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MADRID, May 25.-Tho Carl ist banda |
vtbioh were announoed yesterday as hav?
ing appsarod in some of the provinoes
and ont the telegraph wires, have not yet
been suppressed. They are still aotive,
and continue to sever railroad and tele?
graph communication between several
points. Marshal Serrano has declined
the request of King Amadeus to form a
new ministry, and his Majesty has now
called upon Admiral Topeto, who has
oonsented. The new Government will
be composed of members of the Unionist
party. Admiral Topeto will exeroise the
functions of Minister of War, ad interim.
PARIS, May 25.-Pariere, Boon and
Boudin, tho three men who vere tried
on a charge of participation in some of
the most outrageous nota committed in
thiB oily during the reign of tho Com?
mune, and oonvioted and sentenced to
death, were executed this morning, at
Satory. They exhibited no emotion
whatever at the last moment, and died
orying, "V?vela Commune!"
NEW YORK, May 25.-The first sun
etroke of the season occurred yesterday.
The buildings 162 and 161 West 27th
street, were burned to-day. The boilers
burst during the fire.
A brother-in-law of Commodore Van?
derbilt, interfering with officers in the
arrest of his colored ooaohman, who was
charged with forcing a white girl into
the stable, shot an officer, probably
fatally, and a by-stander seriously. The
shooter esoaped into the stable.
The health officer of this port has
made unusual preparation, in anticipa?
tion of the approach of cholera this
season. A third ship has been provided
for the use of patients, oapable of ac?
commodating nearly 2,000 persons.
A convocation of Western railroad
men failed to make satisfactory arrange?
ments to prevent damaging competition
Crawford, who shot the doteotive, is a
native of Alabama, and has been visiting
his sister, Mrs. Vanderbilt. Bail was
refused, and Crawford was committed to
await tho result of the detective's in?
Carl Vogt was brought before Judge
Blatchford, in the United States Court,
to-day, on a writ of habeas corpus. Thc
court dismissed the writ, on the ground
that it had no jurisdiction in the pre?
mises, and refused to interfere with the
State authorities. Vogt is cbargod with
murder in Germany, and held for extra?
In the oase of Mr. Bargh, of New
York, against Borne turtle venders, for
cruelty in exposing the interesting rep?
tiles on their backs, the jury was unable
BROWNSYIBIIB, May 25.-The insur?
gents defeated a foroe near Camargo,
capturing two cannon and checking Pa
laoio's nd vance toward Monterey.
CH io AGO, May 25.-The Times is
against Greeley, saying he has utterly
failed to unite opposition to Grant.
CHICAGO, May 25.-A tornado swept
several Counties along the Mississippi
Biver, Iowa and Western Illinois.
Every movable thing in its path was
OLEVETJAKD, May 25.-The Seoond
National Bank was mulcted for the full
value and interest of the bonds specially
deposited tad nsed by the speculating
PirrsDDBo, May 25.-G. Tyler, with
another notorious counterfeiter of Fort
Wayne, was, this afternoon, discovered
by two United States detectives near
Welleaville, Ohio, on the river bank.
Tyler drew a revolver and fired a ball
through the coat of one of the officers.
The other officer returned the fire, shoot?
ing one man through the hand. Tyler |
thea made for the river, jumped in and
was dicNrqed, leaving on the bank his
coot, which contained 81,100 in counter?
feit twenties, legal tenders. The other
man fled to the hills.
WASHINGTON, May 25.-The House
jHintil 8 o'clock, this morn
\ o! the House, upon a
from Missouri, and ad
[onday. The Senate had a
exeoutive session over the
treaty, r The probability still seems that
it will fail. It is regarded as a political
measure, and that Grant falls with the
treaty. Aii the machinery of Govern?
ment will bo brought to bear to secure |
the adoption of the supplemental at lido.
. A report to the War Department
mentions the concentration of a large
party of Indians to obstruot the pro?
gress of the Northern Paoifio Railroad,
on the Weat sida of tho Missouri. About
2,000 members of tribes hostile to the
whites are preparing to operate en masse
egainBt the builders ol the road. They
are said to be well supplied and equip?
ped. Some of the stakes whioh were
driven by the road surveyors have al?
ready b|Ch pulled ap by the savages.
? The Senate 'rejected the bill dividing I
Louisiana into two judicial distriots.
The body has been in executive session
all day over the treaty.
10 P. M.-The amendment to the sup?
plemental treaty was adopted by a largo
majority. Details unknown, but tho re?
sult appears to be an Administration de?
Probabilities-Falling barometer, with
South-easterly to South-westerly winds
and increasing cloudiness will prevail on
Sunday, North and West of the Ohio
valley, with possibly threatening wea
ther over the upper lake region ; partly
oloudy weather over the New England
and Middle States, with possibly threat?
ening weather ov?r the Southern portion
of the latter; partly oloudy weather over I
the Southern States; dangerous winds'
are not anticipated, but brisk winds are
probable for tbe upper lakes.
DETBOIT, May 25. -Tho Assembly was |
occupied all day in discussing the legality
of electing a ruling elder for a limited
No candidate for missionary secretary
received a majority ia the Methodist!
Financial and Commercial*
? NEW YORK, May 25-Noon.-Stocks
unsettled. Gold steady, at 13%. Money
firm, at 5. Exchange-long 9%; short
10)?. Governments steady and dall.
State bonds firm and steady. Ootton
nominally ??e. higher; sale? 802 bales
uplands 25)?; Orleans 25%. Flour dull
?od unchanged. Wheat a shade firmer.
Oorn advancing. Fork quiet-mess
13.75. Lard dull-steam 9%@9>?.
7 P. M.-The bank statement shows
loans have deoreasod 82,500,000; specie
increased $375,000; legal tenders in?
creased $250,000; deposits increased
$375,000. Ootton nominal; sales 1,137
bales - nplandu 25%; Orleans 25%.
Flour quiet and unchanged-prices bet?
ter on spring; winter unchanged. Corn
firmer, at 74@74%. Pork a Bhade
easier, at 13.65?13.75. Lard a shade
firmer, at 8j%@9 5-16. Freights steady.
Sales of ootton for future delivery to
dev. 15,900 hales, as follows: May
2411-16, 2415-16; June 24%, 25; July
24%, 25 3-16; Augasl 2411-16, 24 15-16;
September 22%, 22 9-16; October 20)4,
20%; November 19)?; December 19^.
Money 6@6. Sterling steady. Gold
13% @ 13%. Governments advanced
%@M?M closing strong. States closed
dull and steady.
BALTIMORE, May 25.-Cotton strong;
receipts 336 bales; soles 795-last even?
ing 205; stock 4,425. Flour and wheat
quiet and unchanged. Corn firmer
white 77@78; yellow 73@75; Western
mixed 72@73. Oats strong-Southern
60(2)82. Provisions quiet. Whiskey 90
BOSTON, May 25.-Cotton strong
middling 25>?@25%; receipts 1,112
bales; sales 300; stock 15,000.
?T. Louis, May 25.-Flour qniet and
unchanged. Corn dall and unchanged,
Whiskey dull, at 85. Mess pork quiet,
at 12.75. Bacon unchanged. Lard
CINCINNATI, May 25.-Flour demand
light; holders firm-family firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn, lard and mess pork unchanged
and quiet. Bacon demand light and
holders firm-shoulders 5%; sides l}i(a
7/4- Whiskey iu fair demand und ud
vancod-sales at 86.
CHARLESTON, May 25.-Cotton stronf
-middling 23)^23%; receipts 12^
bules; exports 19J; sales 400; stool
?v SAVANNAH, May 25.-Cottou firm
middling 23; receipts 310 bales; sale
125; stock 8,693.
AUGUSTA, May 25.-Cotton holder
firm, with light offerings and few buyer
-middling 23; receipts 50 bales; sale
WILMINGTON, May 25.-Cotton firm
middling 23; receiptB 20 bales; sales 3G
MOBILE, May 25.-Cotton quiet un.
firm-middling 23; receipts 86 bale:
sales 250; stock 13,000.
NEW ORLEANS, May 25.-Cotton st rou
-middling 23%; receipts 227 bale;
sales 1,500; stock 63,858.
GALVESTON, May 25.-Cotton quiet
good ordinary 20'^; receipts 174 balei
LONDON, May 25-Noon.-Conso
93%. Bonds 90J?.
FRANKFORT, May 25.-Bonds 96%.
PARIS, May 25.-Rentes 55f. 32o.
LIVERPOOL, May 25-3 P. M.-Cotto
opened firm and closed nnohangod-nj
lands 11)?; Orleans 11)?; sales 12,01
bales; speculation 3,000.
THE BALTIMORE CONVENTION.-Tl
Executive Committee of the Demoorat
party iu South Carolina, as it was org.
nized in 1863, has issued a call for
State Convention, to meet in Columb
on the 11th of Jnne next. We hui
heretofore expressed the opinion th;
it wonld be uu wiso and impolitic to Bet
delegates from South Carolina to tl
National Demooratio Convention, ai
we have failed to observe, in the light
recent events, any good reason to chun;
this opinion. It is arguod that we Bhou
be represented at Baltimore, in order
impress upon our Northern politic
allies the necessity for an end?rseme:
of the Cincinnati nominees, or, at lese
to prevent an antagonism between tl
Liberal Republicans and Democrats, i
exerting an influence against the non
nation of a Democratic ticket. But, 1
us suppose that the influenae of Son
Carolina would fail to accomplish tl
result. What is then proposed by tl
advocates of a representation at Bal
more? Should the majority determi
to put a straight-ont Demooratio tick
in the field, tho delegates from eve
State would be forced to sustain the n
mination, or retire from the Conventio
In the latter event, their action won
be misconstrued, and have an unbap
effect upon the general result. \
would not be willing to place delega!
in a false position, and yet there woo
be no alternative in the event of a se[
rate nomination at Baltimore, for it
conceded on every hand that the oi
hope in Sooth Carolina at this time cc
sists in abstaining from this identi
course. It is within the range of pro!
bilities that a split may occur in the I
dioal ranks, when the anti-Radical e
ment might choose the most liberal wi
for a temporary alliance, in order to
feet moon-needed reforms io the St
Government. A delegation from Soi
Carolina to the National Denmore
Convention would effectually dose i
door against such a probability, t
once more cement the Radical party
this State. Non-action ie the wis
policy jost now, in oar jadgment, <
for this reason we will not advise
Democrats to send delegates from <
County to the proposed Stato Coov
An affectionate Detroit man was t
for, tho other day, to remonstrate v
his sister, who hud boen trying to t
poison; he knocked her down
dragged her roond the room by her I
and finished by tenderly assaring
that "if she didn't go to work and
the suicido business alone, he wi
?break her neck for her."
Rev. Mr. Talmadge, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., says he haa no faith in a religion
mada np of equal parts of wormwood,
vinegar and red pepper. When a man
oomes to his house to talk of religion
with a, lugubrious countenance, and
manner full of sniffle and dolorousness,
he feels like saying to his wife, "You
had better look np the silver bofore our
visitor steals anything."
Stephen Lowrey proudly boasts that
he killed Col. Wishart, fle does this
publioly, and iu the presence of the
friends of the murdered man, and yot no
ono raises a hand against bim, or at?
tempts to avenge the death of one who
sacrificed his life for tho safety of the
The pewB of a Methodist church on
the boundary line between Pennsylva?
nia and Obio stand in tho former State,
and the pulpit in the latter. They are
bothered to conduct marriage services
legally and gracefully at thc same time,
at tbat sanctuary.
Tho discovery ia announced in Hun?
gary of an almost ontire human skele?
ton, together with a stone hammer, at a
depth which, according to the theories
of mordern geologists, would prove that
man must huvo existed long before the
Jesse Underwood, a fumous mountain
desperado, and one for whose apprehen?
sion a reward or $500 is offered, was
killed in Carter County, Kentucky, on
the 7th instant, while in the act of enter?
ing another tu au's stable.
A Nowberg damsel has framed the
verdict a jury gave in her favor in a suit
for breach of promise of marriage, and
has hung it conspicuously in her parlor,
as a frightful warning t . all triflers.
An eagle wus killed on the plantation
of Mr. Sheldon Chapman, in Liberty
County, Ga., on tho 11th inst., measur?
ing seven feet from tho tip of one wiug
to the other.
Tho Astor House boasts of nn old gen?
tleman, who registered bis narnu ou tho
books of tho hotel tho first day it
opened, and has been there ever siuce, a
period of nearly thirty-four years.
The intelligent compositor hat, broken
out at Nutick, where, aided by the vigi?
lant proof-reader, hu outered into a con?
spiracy against a dead clergyman, und
remarked. "Fraud after fraud departs."
A Fort Valley man hus invented a par?
lor still, which sets on tbe mantelpiece
and distils ten gallons per day.
Colonel "Tom Scott" is President of
only twenty-six railway companies, with
an aggregate salary of $176,000.
Atlanta, Ga., has un undertaker with
the suggestive name of Bouefield.
The population of North Carolina is
678,470 whites and 391,650 colored.
Tribute of Respect.
At & meeting of the Phounix Hook and Lad?
der Company, held on the evening of tho 21st
May, the following preamble and resolutions
wero adopted as a tribute of respect to our
lato oomrado, JOHN WEINHOLTZ:
Whereas He who does all things for tho best
has seen tit lo sever from our midst and ranks
our noble and beloved brother, John Wein?
holts, it becomes our sad duty to chronicle his
death upon the pages of the history of our
organization. We do so in recognition of oar
esteem and love for him wh >, like a flower in
its bloom, has been untimely plucked; there?
fore, be it
Resolved, That in the death of John Wein
hoHz the Pheonix Hook and Ladder Company
has lost a noble, true,generous and unobtru?
sive- membor; one who was ever ready to per?
form his duty, whether strenuous or light, and
wbo honored the name of oar company with
that traeness that is characteristic of a faith?
Resolved, That a blank page of our minute
book be inscribed to his memory, and that the
hall of this company be drupod in mourning
for thirty days.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
be sent his family, as a recognition of our
sincere sympathy in their sad losa and be?
Resolved.farther, That these resolnt'oos be
published in the daily journals of this city, j
D. GOODMAN, Seo'y.
Of apoplexy, May 24, at 8partanburg, S. C.,
SAMUEL, son of Mr. Robert Bryce.
On tho lGth of May, 1872, at the 'residence
of the bride's mother, by the Hov. L. Muller,
Mr. H. 0. MEYER, son or tba lato J. C.
Meyer, Esq., to Miss MARY E.. eldest daugh?
ter of the late Thomas R. Kingdon, Esq.,
both of Charleston, 8. C. No cards.
At the rosidence of the bride's father, on
Wednesday evening, May 22, 1872, by Rov. J.
B. Murray, Mr. B. FRANK MAULDlN, of Co?
lumbia, and Miss MAMIE E. REED, daugh?
ter of Hon. J. P. Reed, of Anderson, 8. C.
Stop and Think !
CUSTOMERS in want of CHEAP GOODS
Over the flue assortment of Gooda
W. D. LOVE A CO.'S,
They aro displaying on their BARGAIN
COUNTER, at less than half price.
la tbs limo to gut your pick, au they are clear
ing out fast.
Call early and call often, and briug green
bax with you.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. MoCREE RY.
BURNETT'S-beat in market. Fnll assoit
mont. GEO. SYMMERS.
Phoenix Hook and Ladder Company.)
ATTEND a regular meeting of jour Com?
pany TO-MORROW (Monday) EVEN-I
INO, at 8 o'clock. By order:
May gC 1_D. GOODMAN. Secretary.
IF the party who borrowed a FIREMAN'S
BAT, new, (Independent'*,) from the un
dornitrued, wiL return it, ho will ooufer a
favor? J. G. 8DTPHEN.
OOLUKDIA. S G., May 35.1872.
THE firm nf CHAMBERS ?i CO. ia thia dav
dissolved, by mutual consent, and J. 8.
CHAMDEBB only ia authorized to oloso up tho
concern. CHAMBEES A CO.
The Favorite Resort of the Ladies is at
\ the Elegant and Well-appointed
Show Room and Millinery Es?
tablishment of Mrs. MCCOR?
MICK, in the Store of
J. H. KINASD,
_<^t O0D3 aro now hoing offered at such low
VDT figures ae will defy competition.
The DOLLAH COUNTER ia an especial at?
traction, whern one can obtain goods at half j
the original price.
LADIES' SUITS, euperbly trimmed, on
: hand, of the latent and mont fashionable I
A oall will eufllco to satisfy ovory one.
May 20_MBS. A. MCCORMICK.
Excursion Season of 1872.
CUAULOTTE, COLUMBIA A ACODSTA R. R. Co.,
GENERAL FllEIOUT AND Tl CK ET DEP'T,
CoLuaiitiA, 8. C., May 20, 1872.
ON and after JUNK 1, PROXIMO, EXCUR?
SION abd Singlo Tickets will be placed
ou sale at the offices of thin Oompanv, AT
AUGUSTA AND COLUMBIA, for the follow?
ing celebrated and far famed Mineral Springs
of Virginia: Rockbridge Alum, Bath Alum,
Warm, Hot, Healing, .Sweet, Sweet Chaly?
beate and Oreenbrier White Sulphur.
Also, for i lu; celebrated Sparkling Catawba
Springs of North Carolina.
These Ticketa good lo return until November
Also, for Howell's Point, opposite Fortress
Monroe-a new Watering J'lnce. Thia being
ita firut Beacon, purlieu who delight in Surf
Bathing, Finking, Boating, ?to., will fiud thia
po,ut particularly inviting.
E. R. DORSEY,
Mav 20 Imo General Ticket Ageut.
8VCarolinian and Union copy.
Dress G-oods re?
duced to half price.
Printed Piques and
Ten cases Long
Striped Linen for
pants, at half value.
R. C. Shiver Sc Co.
SCOURING, CLEANIO and BLEACHING
Establishment, Laurel street, corner of |
Sumter, Columbia, S. C. Lace Curtains
I oloaned and scoured. May ll Imo*
FRESH ROASTED GOVERNMENT JAVA
COFFEE, finest quality, by last stoamer j
from New York, for Bale at
May 24 f CANT WELL'S. Main straet.
Spioed Reef, &c.
4HALF BARRELS Hart A Honaloy'j Rolled
SPIOED BEEF, delicato and highly sa?
vored, and much superior to Fultou Market1
4 dozen SMOK ED BEE c TONGUES, for salo
at reduced prices.
10 tuba now May BUTTER. jiiBt roceived
and for sale low hy JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Agricultural Implements, &c.
POWERS, Portable EnginoB.
???Fan Milla, Grain Cradles,
-tmut Machines, all of the I
*most improved patent? and '
Garden Plows and Cultivators.
210 Dixon Steel Swoop*, hotter and cheaper
than tho Farmer can make them himself.
May ll L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
2 000 Iba. HAMS,
2 000 bushels CORN,
20,000 lbs. BACON, at prices that
lu flor every inducement or other mar?
kets._L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
ONE raak Conoord,
Ono cask Scnppernong,
Puro Grape Wine.
Ono hogBhead Rhino Wino,
Ono hogshead Claret Wine,
Will bo sold very low, by tho gallon or
dozen. On draught this day. E. HOPE.
Canned Vegetables, &c.
PEAS, Lima BoanB, Asparagus, Creon1
C( rn, Succotash, Tomatoos, Mushrooms,
Trufllee, Peaches, Pino Apples, California
I Apricots and Pears, (decidedly the finest
things over mit iuto cans,) fresh Salmon,
Mackerel, Lobsters, Oysters, Sardines Ac
MttV 1 ___ GEO. HYMMER8.
IAM prepared to furn i sh any amount of I
HAY, delivered on tho placo, at * 1.00 per I
100, or il.50 delivered In tho city. The hay h
cut ou the plantation known ns Hampton's,
livo milos below tho city, and ia fresh and of
tho finest quality. Parties can leave ordora
atK HopeVrnr J. M. MOBO AN.
May 8 . Imo
J. J. ERUWNE, Agent,
GUdvr, Looking Glass nn>l Picture Frame
OLD FramtH rejjil.it d, old Paintings care?
ful! v cleaned, lined and varnished. No.
310 Broad st reo t, Augusta, Oa. Foti 15 Ibm
LOOK AT THE BARGAINS!
SPRING and SUMMER SHAWLS, at $1.00.
Ladies' ready-made DRESSES, from $3.50
White Piquea, at 15 cents per yard.
Dreea MUBUUB, at 12h and 15 cents per yard.
Lisle Thread Gloves, at 10,15 and 25 cents
Fine Lonos, good styles, at 20 and 25 couts
No. 1 stylos of Grenadines, at 25 conta per
yard. AU at
C. F. JACKSON'S.
The M?sl Fashionable Promenade
IN THE CITY IB AT THE
GREAT COMBINATION DRY GOODS
J. H. KIN ARD.
IT ia thero that the greatest display of
TASTE and STYLES can be seen.
A choice and elegant assortment of GRE?
NADINES, MARIPOSAS, besides the newest
and now moat popular patterns in "DOLLY
These goods havo been bought at such ad?
vantageous priaea as to enable me to offer
them at astonishingly low figures. Gall and
examino, and I am suro you will buy.
JTay 19 J. H. KINARD.
SPR1XG AND SUMMER TRAD
WK would respectfully invito th att
tiou uf tho Trade to our fresh asao
tut. nt of
Anticipating a liberal trade, wo are now
prepared to exhibit in great variety a well
selected stock, embracing every style and
quality of Men's and Boys' WEAR. DRESS
GOODS. PARASOLS, PANIERS, SKIRTS,
SHEETINGS, SH1RTIN08, LINENS, WHITE!
GOODS, and an endless line of N0TI0N8.
As it would be almost impossible te enume?
rate our large stocky ill say, SB the season
advances, a number of now styles will be
added, so that purchasers can always rely
upon being supplied with the latest novelties
in tho market. All orders receive our prompt
and personal attention. Our prices will be
found as low SB any can or will offer for cash.
Soliciting tho favor of a call and examination
of our stook. we aro, very respectfully,
_April 25_PORTER A STEELE.
TO THE PUBLIC!
SPRING AND SUMER CLOTHING
OpiN for inspection, consisting of the
latest and most approved styles of Men's
and Boys' Wear, HATS, GAPS and Gents'
FURNISHING GOODS of every description.
We offer the above at the lowest prices for
cash, in order to establish our house-aa the
cheapest clothing houso in Columbia.
8. STRAUS ?& uno.,
April 12 Under Columbia riotol.
EXTENSIVE stock of "Perique" and other
Smoking Tobaaso, of
and established brands, aro now offered at
tho sign of the "Indian
whsro also a reduction in the price of Cigars
by the box, and an extra quality, three for
rare inducements to smokers. Remember
the Saturday night programme.
*g- 8EE DAILY UNION. -?
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangements to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on band. Can onlv be had I
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 27 Gmo_Charlotte, N. O.
NEW ENGLAND COUGH SYRUP.
Whitcomb's Asthma Remedy.
Young American Liniment.
Ready Spread Mustard Plasters.
Porus Plasters and Rheumatic Plasters.
Ayor's Cherry PoctoraL
Oriental Croam for the complexion.
Fumigating Pastellos for tho siok room.
Genuino Castilo Soap in bars.
Darby Disinfecting Fluid.
Olivo Tar, Juniper Tar and Tar Soap.
Baking Powders, fifteen cents a box.
All Tor salo at UEINIISH'S
May 5 f Drug Storo.
LAURELS of LIME, fo; .lr> low by
JOHN ACNE' SON.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
"T don'l contain Cooocnlne Indiens Fish
" B?rrifH to make aleepj ur headache.
Notice to Capitalists.
Sale of City cf Columbia Seven per cent. Bonds.
OFFICE CITY TBEASUBY,
COLUMBIA, B. C., April SO, 1872.
PURSUANT to authority delegated by tho
following resolution, adopted by the City
Council, March 26, 1872, I will sell at public
auotion, on WEDNESDAY, May 15,1872, TWO
HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOL?
LARS ($250,(100) CITY OF COLUMBIA
SKVEN PER CENTUM TWENTY YEARS
"Resolved. That the City Treasurer be in?
structed to advertise for Bale, before the
Court House in the oity of Columbia, on the
15th day of May next, the bondB of the city of
Columbia, authorized to be issued by the said
city, under the Act of the General Assembly
just adjourned; that the advertisement be
fmblished in one newspaper in the city of Co
umbia, one in the city of Charleston and two
newspapers in tho city of New York, at loaut
thirty nays before the day of Bale; that the
bonds to bo sold be signed, as prescribed by
tho said Act, on the day of salo, or as soon
thereafter as practicable, and delivered to the
purchaser as soon as the purchase money has'
been paid and the bonds registered; and that
tho proceeds of sale he applied strictly in con?
formity with tho said Act, and in no other
Raid bonds will be of the denominations of
.250, $500 and $1,000; the proceeds of the sala
to be used for the erection of the new City
Hall, new Market, and other nublio improve?
The right ia reserved to dispose of a part of
the said honda in lota or in whole, as the
Mayor and Treasurer may determine.
Any further information desired can be ob?
tained by addressing WM. ?. EITER,
City Treasury, Columbia, 8. C.
JW Thia sale is postponed until WEDNES?
DAY, June 19, at same place.
May 21 WM. J. ETTER, City Treaa'r.
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of South Caro?
In re Laurens Railroad Company, Bankrupt
IN obedionco to an order ic the above
stated case, dated the 5th day of April,
1872,1 will re-sell to the highest bidder, at
public outcry, at tho risk of the Greenville
and Columbia Railroad Company, the Lau?
rens Railroad, at Columbia, South Carolina,
in front of the Columbia Hotel, at 12 o'clock.
Meridian, on the t ?on tie th (20th) day of
JUNE, 1872, freo from all liens and tncum
brances. including tho track and road-bed,
iron, rails, chairs, spikes, timbers, bridges,
culverts, machine shops, water tanks, station
houses, and all locomotives, cars and ma?
chinery, and all and singular tho property and
assets, real and personal, of every kind and
description whatever, of tho Laurens Rail?
road Company, together with all the rights,
privileges, franchises and easements, law?
fully held, used or enjoyed by the Laurens
Railroad Company, on the following terms,
to wit: Sixty-four thousand two hundred and
twenty-two ($64,222 81) dollars eighty-four
couts muBt be paid within thirty (30j days
after the day of sale; and the payment of the
balance of tho purchase money within twelve
months from the day of sale, with interest
thereon at eeven per cent, per annum from
that day, must be secured by the bond of the
purchaser, and a mortgage of the entire pro?
Tho bidder will be required to deposit with
the assignee, before his bil is accepted,
twenty thousand dollars, to secure compli?
ance with the terms of sale herein aet forth,
and upon failure to deposit that sum, the pro?
perty will at onoe be re-offered for sale.
JAMES M. BAXTER, Assignee.
83- The Charleston News ana Charleston
Courter will copy until day of sale and for?
ward'bill to assignee._May 17
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For Twelve Dollars.
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Twenty per oent. discount.
Aa we mark everything in plain figures.
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At a sacrifice.
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Linen and Papor Collara and Coffs.
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