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MADRID, Jane 4.-Marshal Serrano
has taken the oath of office-aa President
of the Go un oil and Minister of War in
the now ministry. These positions have
been temporarily ooonpied by Admiral
SAN FRANCISCO, Jane 4.-The Federal
oooapation of Mazatlan is confirmed.
All Western Mexico is now pacified.
ST. LOUIS, June 4.-Aa immense rain,
supposed eight inches, fell to-day, flood?
ing everytbing in central Indiana.
NEW YORK, Jane 4.--The Greeley
ratification meeting was immense. _ A
letter from Montgomery Blair, speaking
of Radicalism, m\y% it was not until at?
tacked by Sumner, Sohurz and Trum?
bull, was it brought to bay. A letter
from Senator Trumbull congratulates
the Liberals fox their deliverance from
party trammels and for giving the peo?
ple the opportunity to elect Horace
Greeley President of a pacific govern?
ment and obliberate old animosities.
General Imboden says he hastens to
assure the meeting tbat the Southern
men unite in support of the polioy and
nominees of the Cincinnati Convention;
the unanimity in the South is without
parallel; the opposition in Virginia is too
feeble to provoke a campaign. The
D?mocratie Convention in Los Angelos
bas declared for Greeley and Serrano's
olemeuoy to surrendering insurgents.
Mrs. Jane Farley, iu a fit of jealous
despondency, put her throat.
Charles O'Connor is arguing the case
of the people against Tweed, el al.
In the Methodist Conference, the Rev.
Mr. Fuller offered a resolution to esta?
blish a colored conference in toe territo?
ry now occupied by the Georgia and Ala
bama Conferences. After some disons
sion, the resolution was tabled.
Admiral Nelson, oharged with compli?
city with bis sou Abram Nelson, in pur?
loining valuable papers from a private
safo at Phelps & Co., was held for trial
in 85,000 bail.
A Oamargo special reports that Tre?
vino rallied his forces, and utterly de?
feated the Government troops at Mon?
PHILADELPHIA, Jane 4.-A. B. Cor?
nell succeeds Horace Greeley in the Na?
tional Republican Executive Committee.
Delegates are arriving in large numbers.
No accidents en roule. The calculations
are close regarding the Vioe-PresideD?y.
WASHINGTON, June 4.-The Senate
concurred in the conf?rence report upon
the tariff and tax bill. The House waa
engaged on private bills.
The Senate spent the day in discuss?
ing mattera relating to the New York
In the House, a bill distributing the
quota of arma to the insurrectionary
States from 1862 to 1869, passed. An?
other bill removing disabilities passed.
The oonferenoe report on the tariff and
tax bills was adopted, and goes to the
President. The tax changes will take
effect on the 1st of July, and the tariff
on the 1st of August. The reduotion of
tba revenue by bill is estimated at
815,500.000. The tax on friction matches
is restored, the revenue from whioh is
82,600,000. Adjourned to Friday.
Probabilities-The lowest barometer
over New York will move Eastward over
New England, followed by rising baro?
meter, clear and clearing weather and
brisk North-westerly winds over the
Middle States to-night, and extend over
New England on Wednesday morning.
Clear weather will continue very gener?
ally from the Gulf and South Atlantic
coasts to the lower and. upper lakes.
Dangerous,wiuds are not anticipated.
MJUIPHIB, TANN., June 4.-A tornado
passed over Oonrtland, Ala. A circus
tent waa prostrated, injuring three
actors; much damage was done to the
CHARLESTON, June4 - Arrived-steam?
ship Golf Stream, Baltimore.
100 anvils, to be used in the Boston
Peace -Jubilee, have arrived from Eng?
land, in the Gnnard steamer Olympus.
Twenty-five oannons have already been
provided. Military bands, royal and
otherwise, are waiting for the orders of
the triumphant Gilmore. And the Ja?
panese Embassy have all received invita?
tions to be present. This is the last
newB, and is anthon tic It is just the
sort of thing that will be enjoyed by
these distinguished foreigners immense?
ly. It will remind them of their native
land, and we should not wonder if, when
the anvils come into play, they shed
. tears. Sweet memories of gongs and
tomtoms, and dashing cymbals, will
melt their usuai stoical composure.
Envy at the inferiority of their own
land-in making the loudest noise'-tc
that of the "outside barbarians" of Bos?
ton, will complete their grief, and il
some of them commit then and there
hari-kari, it will be a matter of regret,
but can hardly be one of surprise.
EXHAUSTED BATABOAD OSTCIGZASS.
The New York Tribune says: "Mr. Ed
* gar Thompson, President of the Penn
SI vania Central Railway, sailed fo:
drope, the other day, for a little reat
though not before threatened Softeoini
of the brain, nor before grave doubt
among his friends of his recovery. Co
lonel Thomas A. Scott, Vioe-Presiden
of the company, has. been ordered by hi
physicians, it is said, to abate his labore
if he would live. The second Vice
President of the road has been sent t
an insane asylum, his faculties bevin
become impaired by the severe strai
upon them, and the absonoe of all re?as
atioo. Other employees of the giganti
eompany are represented as worn out b
A gentleman in New York, who hi
recently returned from Arabia, create
quite a sensation by riding up the avent
on a fall-blooded Arab horse, while a
Arab servant, dressed in tho full co
turna of his country, rode behind on
second riohly-oomparisoned horse,
Financial ?nd Commercial,
PARIS, Jone 4.-Rentes 55f. 65o. I
LONDON, Jane 4-Noon.-Consols n
Vri. Bonds 90%. Weather anfavora-. I
LONDON, Jane 4-Evening.-Consols ii
LIVERPOOL, Jane 4-3 P. M.-Cotton d
pened qaiet and is now firm-uplands c
1^@H^; Orleans 11%. f
LIVERFOOIIJ Jnoe 4-Evening.-Cot- c
m closed firm and nnohanged. Yarna g
nd fabrics quiet but firm. e
BOSTON, Jone 4.-Cotton quiet-mid- a
ling 27%@27%; receipts 259 bales; E
?les 300; stook 12,500. s
NEW YORK, June 4-Noon.-Stocks i
rm. Gold heavy, at 14%. Money a
?By, at 5. Esohange- long 9%; short s
0%. Governments quiet and steady. B
tate bonds dull and steady. Cotton i
uiet; sales 234 bales, at 27%. Flour \
nd wheat dull and unchanged. Corn ^
uiet. Pork quiet-mess 13.25. Lard 3
beady-steam 9@9%. Freights un?
7 P. M.-Specie shipments to day s
300,000; engagements for to-morrow t
,500,000. Cotton unchanged; eales i
,026 bales-middling 27%. Flour dull f
nd heavy-common to fair extra 7.80(5) i
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J?rn a shade easier and fairly aotive. i
lice quiet, at 8%(3v9%. Pork quiet, at j
3.25. Freights firm. Money easy, at i
,@5. Sterling 9%@9%. Gold'14%@ l
4%. Governments opened strong, <
vith 5-20s of '62 and '64 %o. lower, and ,
?-20s of '65 and '67, aud 10-40s, %o. \
ligher on second call. State bonds very
?eavy-TenneBsees weak; North and
South Carolinas very quiet at yesterday's
iguroB. Futures to-day 19,000 bales, as
ollows: Jnne26%, 26%; July 26%. 27;
bagust 26%. 27; September 23 13-16,
?4 1-16; Ootober 21%. 21%; November
20%. 20%; December 19%, 20.
PHILADELPHIA, June 4.-Cotton firm
BALTIMORE, Juno 4.-Cotton strong
middling 27; receipts 98 bales; sides 161;
NORFOLK, June 4.-Cotton firm-low
middling 24%; receipts 35 bales; Bales
50; stook 1,676.
WILMINGTON, June 4.-Cotton firm
middling 24; receipts 4; stock 1,559.
MEMPHIS, June 4.-Cotton firm-mid?
ST. .LOUIS, June 4.-Flour dull and
drooping-only order to trade. Corn
ateady. Whiskey 88. Pork-no sales.
Bacon dull and declined-shoulders 4%
@5; olear rib 7%. Lard nominal.
GALVESTON, June 4.-Cotton nominal
-good ordinary 20%; receipts 67; stook
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 4.-Floor dull
jobbing low to choioe treble 7 U0@9.25.
Cotton quiet-middling 25; receipts
1,780; sales 600; stock 44,291.
CINCINNATI, June 4.-Flour droop?
ing- family 8.60@8 80. Corn nnohanged.
Lard-no sales. Bacon in limited job?
bing demand-shoulders 5; aides 7@
7%. Whiskey advanced-88.
LouisviLiia, June 4.-Bagging de?
mand light and firm, at 17(2)17%. Corn
steady. Pork 12.25. Bacon in fair de?
mand-shoulders 5; olear sides 7%.
Flour aotive-family extra 7.25. Packed
lard in tieroe 9; keg 10; orders %o. ad?
vanced. Whiskey 88.
MOBILE, June 4.-Cotton nominal
middling 25; receipts 89 bales; sales 200;
SAVANNAH, Jone 4.-Cotton quiet
middling 24(3)24%; receipts 819; sales
52; stook 7,8?!
CHARLESTON, June 4.-Cotton firm
middling 25%; receipts 468; sales 50;
AUGUSTA, June 4.-Cotton firm-mid?
dling 25; receipts 15; sales 132,
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.-We regret to
learn of a considerable destruction of
property by tba fire fiend on the planta?
tion of Capt. R. C. downey, last Fri?
day. A small negro girl struck a match
in the corn crib, whioh was soon in
flames, the fire extending to the stables
and carriage house. The orib was burnt
up, together with about 200 bushels ol
corn, also the stable, carriage house,
carriage aud harness. Loss estimated a!
$1,000 to $1,200. No insurance. v
f Winnsboro News.
SUICIDE OP A "VIRGINIA LADY.-On the
23d ultimore. Elizabeth Rebecca Hornau,
daighterof the late Gol. Michael Ho
man, of Rockingham County, Ya., re
aiding near Broadway Station, on th?
Orange, Alexandria and Manassaa rail
road, aged thirty-three years, committee
suicide by drowning herself in the river
near her residence. The Harrisonburg
Register says Miss Haman had been de
i preBBed for some time, and waa "sick o
i the disappointments and treachery o
" An old 8ootoh lady was told that he
> minister used notes. She disbelieved it
, whereupon her informant said, "Go int
the gallery and see for yourself." Sh
did so, and saw the written sermon
- After, the preacher had concluded hi
- reading on. the last page of his mane
- ssript, be said, with a flourish of hi
r arm: "Bat, my hearers, I will not ec
. large upon this inviting theme; wbe
; the old 'lady cried oat from her loft
s seat: "Ye oanna, ye canna, for yoe
- paper's give oot."
* Aoanny Soot, who had accepted tb
8 office of elder, because some wag hs
made him believe that the rsmuneratio
'* was sixpenoe eaoh Sunday and a boll <
0 meal on New Year's Day, officially os
S ried ronod the ladle eaoh Snnday af ti
Q service. When the year had elapsed, 1
c~ claimed the meal, bot was told that he ht
o been hoaxed. "It may be sae wi' tl
y meal," ha replied, coolly, "but I tot
care o' the saxpence my sel'."
i8 A pick-pocket, who had been duoki
d for his malpractice, accounted to L
io brethren for the derangement of his a
u dearance, by coolly < bserving that 1
8. had not boon able to change his dre
a since his return from a celebrated watt
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THB VJO-PBESIDXNOY-ACOEXTANOB OT O?
?ON. B. GRATZ BBOWN.-In reply to the o<
otification o? his nomination for Vi oe- o;
'reaident, by the Oinoinnati Convention, ri
lar. Brown bas written a long response,
n whioh he says:
"I accept the nomination as a candi- b
late for Yios-President, and endorse ol
lost cordially the resolutions setting d
orth the prinoiples on whioh appeal is r<
? ada to the whole people of the United ?
(tates. A century is closing upon oar S
xperienoeof a Republican Government, si
nd while that lapse of time has wit- 8
tossed a great expansion of our freo iu- fi
titntions, yet it bas not been without y
Llnstratione, also grave dangers to the
tability of such a system. Of those, j
uooessf uUy encountered, it is needless to 0
peak. Of those whioh remain to me- \?
ieee us, the most threatening are pro- ?
'ided against, as I firmly believe, in the D
rise and paoifio measures proposed by t
roar platform. 8
"It has come to be the practica of <j
hose elevated to the position of national
mthority to regard the public service
jut as a means to retain power. This ?
esults in substituting a mere party or- g
ranization for a government itself, f
vliich constitutes aontrol amenable to no f
aws or moralities, impairs all indopen
lont thought, enables a few to ride tho |
nany, and makes personal allegiance the t
road to favor. It requires little forecast ?
;o perceive that this will wreck all liber?
ties, unless there be interposed a timely
reform of administration, from its high- 1
sst to its lowest station, which shall not ?
only prevent abuseB, but likewise laka (
away any incentive to their practice. '
Wearied with the contentions that aro !
carried on in avarice of spoils, the couu- 1
try demands repose. The Union is for
tiiied by more power than ever before
It remains an imperative duty to cement
our nationality by perfect reconciliation.
At the North a wide-spread sympathy is
aroused in behalf of those States of the
South whioh, long after the determina?
tion of resistance to rightful authority,
are still plundered nnder the guise of
loyalty, and tyrannized over in the name
of freedom. Along with this feeling is
present, too, the recognition that in
aomplete amnesty alone can be found the
hope of any return to a constitutional
government as of old, or any develop?
ment of more enduring unity and
broader national life in future. Amnes?
ty, however, to make it efficacious, must
be real, not nominal; genuine, not eva?
sive. It must carry along with it equal
rights os well as equal protection to all,
for the removal of disabilities as to some,
with enforcement as to others, leaves
room for suspicion that pardon is mea?
sured by political gain; and especielly
will such professed olemenoy be futile in
the presence of a renewed attempt at
prolonging the suspension of the habeas
corpus, and persistent resort to martial
rather than civil law in upholding those
agencies used to alienate the races, when
concord is most essential; and in pre?
paring another elaborate campaign on a
basis of dead issues and arbitrary inter?
vention. All will rightly credit such
conduct as bnt a mookery of amnesty,
and demand an administration whioh can
give a better warrant of honesty in the
real work of reconstruction and reform.
In the array of sectional interests a re?
public so wide as oars is never entirely
safe from serions oonfliots. These be?
come still more dangerous when compli?
cated with questions of taxation, where
unequal burdens are believed to be im?
posed on one part at the expense of an?
.?rt WM * bold, af well as an admirable
policy in the interest of the present os
well as future tranquility, to withdraw
the decision of industrial and revenne
matters from the virtual arbitration of
an electoral oollege, chosen with the sin?
gle animating purpose of party ascend
ano}', and refer thom for a more direct
popular expression to eaoh Congressional
District, instead of being muzzled by
some evasive declaration. The ooantry
is thereby invited to frankest utterance,
and sections whioh would revolt at being
denied a voice, out of deference to other
' success, would be content to acquiesce
! in the general judgment: 'HontBtly
elected.' If a local government be, as
? it undoubtedly is, the most vitsl princi?
ple of our institutions, mnoh advance
will be made toward establishing it by
i enabling the people to pass upon ques
, tions so nearly affecting their well being
. dispassionately through their local rep
. resentatives. Tho precipitance whioh
3 would forco ?he controling doolaratiou
. on the tax or tariff through the Presi
1 dential candidacy is only a disguised
, form of centralization involving hazard
? ous reaches of executive influence. A
- conclusion will be much more impartial
f ly determined, and with less disturbanci
f to trade and finance, by appealing to thi
most truthful and diversified local ex
.. "Industrial issues can be likewisi
Q emancipated from the power of grea
e monopolies, and each representativ
[ held to fidelity towards his imm?diat
H constituents. These are the most pro
minent features of that general concer
a of sotion whioh proposes to replace th
. present administration by one more ii
Q sympathy with the aspirations of th
masses of our countrymen. Of course
such concert cannot be obtained b
thrusting every minor or past diff?re nc
into the foreground, and it will be io
16 the people to determine whether thee
d objeots are of such magnitude and pr?
u sent urgency as to justify them in defei
Jl ring adjustments nntil the country sha
r" be first restored to free suffrage, unii
ar flaenoed by official dictation, and om
16 becomes in faot a free republic, release
id from apprehensions of central domini
l? tion. j Without referring in detail to Ti
>k rious other propositions embraced in tl
resolutions of the convention, but se
3d ing how they all contemplated a rostor
ja tion of power to the people, pence i
p. the nation, and purity to the Goveri
lie ment; that they condemn the attempt i
BR establish an ascendancy of military ov
sr- oivil rule, and affirm with explioitnc
the maintenance of equal freedom of t
.tizene, irrespect!ve of race, previous
mdition, or pending disabilities, I bave
uly to pledge again my ainoere oo-opc
ALASKA.- Our.$7,000,000 slice, Alaska,
ida fair to tarn out a profitable- par-1 a]
base, after all. We are told there are
iamond fieldB there which will richly
spay investigation, and now Mr. Chas,
tryant, special uge.it of the United
tates Treasury Department at Alaska,
sys the United States derives over
200,000 revenue annually from the seal
sheries alone, and that the amount is
An old fisherman was caught in his
ug-out on the broad Potomac by a furi
ua gale. He paddled to the shore as
ard as he could, soared to death, pad
led and prayed for mercy-prayed for
aeroy and paddled, aatil his caaoe struck
he beach. Then he turned to the gale,
hook his fist and cried: "Blow and bo
I-di Who's afraid of you?" | JJ
It is said that Senses Lake, N. Y., was
overed, a few mornings since, by a obat
ng of thin ice; a remarkable oiroum
tance, as the coldest weather of winter
ailed to produce such a coating of ice,
rhether thick or thin. Syracusaus are
?olishing up their science and flooding
he papers with very various and unin
olligible explanations of the phenome?
Tho following pathetic note was picked (
ip on n Danbury, Coon., street: "Dear ?
lane-I hope you ain't mad because I (
lidn't laiT ut you when ) ou lallt at me
last evening at the post offis. I ain't
prowd, dear Jane, bub I have got a bile
tinder my arm, and I can't laff as I used | j
to, as Heaven is my judge. Yours truly,
A little girl, when her futhcr's tabla
was honored with tho presence of au es?
teemed friend, begau talking very
earnest at the first pause in the conver?
sation. Her futber checked her rather
sharply, saying: "Why is it that you
always talk so much?" "Taus I've dot
somesin to say," was tho innocent reply.
Mr. Harry Heiss, a well-known Ten
desRoo journalist, Bays: "I was a rebel
saldier; they call me a Bourbon; I was
born a Democrat, am one to-day, and
always will be one, but I shall vote for
Greeley, no matter who the Democrats
nominate, or whether they nominate
Mrs. Fair will come oat at her second
trial with two affidavits, one of which
riddles tbe judge and prosecuting attor?
ney, and the other is levelled at Mrs.
Crittenden, and is so worded that one
would imagine the fair Loira the in?
jured wife, and Mrs. Crittenden the dis?
Discretion is the bettor part of valor.
Tom and Arthur have been rude to their
mamma. Mamma bas complained to
papa, who is beard coming up Btairs.
Arthur-"I 6ay, Tom, here comes papa;
I shall pretend to be asleep." Tom-"I
shan't; I shall get up and put something
There is a woman in Boston who has
stolen, in the oourse of a long and event?
ful life, 1,001 umbrellas. The 1,001th
one was taken on the evening of her
eightieth birthday, but unfortunately her
uncomfortable practice was detected,
and she is in one of Boston's moral
Some Detroit women, of the practical
missionary stamp, lately visited a Bick
and widowed neighbor, shingled her
house, planked ber sidewalk, picketed
her fence, painted one room and papered
two, and split and piled a load of slab
A London paper sayo that the follow?
ing extraat is from an old play-bill, still
in existence: "For the benefit of Mis*
Briokler, 16th of May, 1767. At the end
of the first aot Mias Briokler will sing a
favorite song from 'Judith,' accompa?
nied by Mr. Dibden on a new instrument
called the piano-forte."
ogg, Michigan, is a good place to go for
the summer. The piuco is particularly
recommended for people afflicted with
stammering; by the time they can tell
where they are, they're wholly cured.
An irate Western editor lately wrote
to a oonttibutor: "If you do not stop
Beading me such abominable poetry, I'll
print a piece of it some day with your
name appended ia full, and send a copy
to your girl."
There are twin brothers in Nowberry
port, Mass., known os rights and lefts,
from the fact of one being lame in his
right foot and squinting with his right
eye, while the other is lame in his lei I
foot and squints with bis left eye.
A Baltimore minister has been de?
posed just for playing whiskey pokei
and auction pitch fur the drinks in t
lager beer saloon. Strange how little
charity Borne people have.
In reply to the query, "What oughi
the Baltimore Convention to do?" tin
Louisville Courier-Journal thinks that,
before proceeding regularly to business
it ought to adjourn*
The other clay an excited individua
accosted a street ganim with the ques
tion-"Say, bub, wbioe is the quiokes
way for me to get to the railroad depot?
"Bun," was the response.
There is living in Texas a young mai
who has married his father's divorce
wife. He oame within a step of marry
ing his own mother.
A Scotch peasant girl, who, on arm
ing for the first timoat the turnpike-gat
nearest Glasgow, knooked aud inquired
"Is this Glasgow?" and being answers
in the affirmative, asked, "Is Peggy in?
A book agent iu Muskegon, Mioh.
who had too many wives, killed one <
them the other day and released til
other from apprehension by committin
Niuo steamers left New York Saturdu
i for Europe, tho largest number tin
ever started hence for tho Old World i
di I one day.
Fiji ia becoming civilized. It is nego
ating a national loan.
? Pennsylvania poet describes dew as
the perspiration of the moon."
Douglas Jerrold said, "Eve ate the
opie that she might indulge in dress."
A Chicago lady, seventy-two years old,
the mother of a baby aged ten days.
The Chinese, with a good deal of sar
ism, call ceremony the smoke of friend
John Gull, the oldest convict in the
ibio State penitentiary, has boen in
rison since 1836.
The California ladies, finding Dolly
rarden stale, are holding "Joe Willet"
arties. Willet end there?
A bar-keeper at Ly nob burg, Va., ad
ertises that gentlemen wishing drinks
list bring orJers from their wives..
In Selma, Alabama, a rone geranium
as buen snooessfnlly grafted with a
tponica cutting, and the former now
leurs a full growu flower of the latter.
A Swede, in Iowa, being in love, in
lebt and in drink, has got out of his
(implicated difficulties by shooting him
Keep on good termB with your baker
k. Hoboken bread-merchant recently
>oisoned his hot rolls, and two of his
lastomers wore soon rolling in agony.
A pair of twins, born in Lowndes
3ouuty, Miss., tho other day-a boy and
?irl-- were nomed respectively Horaoe
Greeley and Dolly Varden.
' Your colors are berutiful," said a
leeply ronged lady to a portrait painter
"YeB," answered he, "your ladyship and
[ deal at the same shop."
In a St. Louis saw-mill, last week Mr
Fohn L?ruuer was so imprudent as to ho?
z?me a party to a little game in which
the circular saw took a hand.
A Texas lawyer has been found, forty
three years old, who never draak a drop
of ardent spirits or malt liquors, nor
swore an oath, nor belonged to a church
Podology is the latest ology. It
tho scieuce of being able to tell a per
eon's character and disposition by tho
boues of the leg and f< et. It is not
likely to come generally in vogne.
The tree of the "Night of Terrors,
at Mexico, a souvenir of the night when
Cortes captured the oity, which has been
carefully preserved all this time, was re
oently burned by an incendiary.
A lady ocoupied the pnlpit and six
young ladies passed the contribntio
boxes in tho staid and sober old State
Street Methodist church, in Troy, on
OWING to the dullness of the season, wo
offer our large and well selected stock of
Heady-made CLOTHING and Genta' FUR?
NISHING GOODS at cont. Parties desiring
to purchaae will dud it to their interest to
oall at once, aa we are determined to lessen
our stock; which, for quality and durability,
we defy competition.
8. STRAUSS A BRO.,
?Tun? 5 Under Colombia Hotel.
Gas Bills for Month of May.
CONSUMERS are respect fully requested to
call at the office of Secretary and pay up
their bila without delay.
Your attention is called to the action of the
Board of Directora on the 28th May, as pub?
lished, from which no deviation will be made.
Sec'y and Treas. Columbia Gas Light Co.
June 4 3
Wfr BTRAYKD or stolen, from my pas
inn turo, on 8UNDAY, Juuo 2, & black
snX?rXi M A In'' MULE, roached and trimmed
eioa?: branded "d. 8." on left shoulder; baa
splint or spavin mark above knee on one fore
leg; very lat. $20 reward will be paid for her
return. Address mo ut Columbia.
J. S. SWxGERT,
June 4 2* Fork, Lexington County.
MTHE "MULDKOW" COTTAGE, on
Washington street, next door to L. T.
Levin. EDWIN J. SCOTT.
Jone 1 6
Corn! Corni Corn!
O ft BUSHELS PRIME WHITE
?2.1 fVJKJ CORN, just reeeiv? dand Tor sale
IJW by JOHN AGNEW A SON.
THE subscriber ii prepared to supply hi?
former friends, and others, with fine and
PARLOR AND BED-ROOM SUITS,
O TEER F UR NITUR E,
Having recently added to his stock, and will
continue to replenish the same. Also,
CROCKERY ABB OTHER GOODS,
Which he offers at lowest prloes for cash.
A. G. SQUIBR,
One blook East of new City Hall, nearly oppo?
site Carroll A Spellman'? Carriage Factory.
N. B.-FURNITURE neatly repaired at mo?
derate prioea. _May 31 tn3
FI8HBB & SILLIMAN,
(Opposite Columbia Hotel,)
_ AND dealers ia pure DRUGS,
?2^CHEMICALS, Family Mediciues. I, .
tm Proprietary Goods, Fancy and AT A
t& Toilet Articles, Sponges, F?USMS>W
Porfnmory, Flavoring Extracts, ?oods. Ac
PRESCRIPTIONS propared with accuracy
and fidelity, at all boura ot the day or uight.
_ April 13_t
IAM prepared to furnish any amount o
HAY, delivered on tho place, at $100 pe:
100, or $1.50 delivered in the city. The hay ii
out on tho plantation known as Hampton's
livo miles below the city, and is fresh and a
tho finest quality. Parties oan leave order
atE Hopels, for J.M.MORGAN.
> May 9 Imo
Notice to Oap ita lists.
e o/ Ciiy 0/ Coiumbki Bevon per cent. Bond?.
OFFICE CUY TBEABDBT,
COLUMBIA, B.C., April 80, 1872.
>UR8U ANT to authority delegated by the
following resolution, ad op tod by the City
unc?!, March 26.1872,1 will bell at public
?tion, on WEDNE8DAY, May IB, 1872, TWO
INDUED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOL
BS ($250,000) CITY OF COLUMBIA
VEN PEU CENTUM TWENTY YEABS
'Resolved, That the City Treasurer be in
noted to advertise for sale, before' the
nrt HOUHO in the eity of Columbia, on the
h day of May next, the bonds of the city of
lamb?a, authorized to be binned by the said
y, under the Act of the Oeneral Assembly
it adjourned; that the advertisement be
blished in one newspaper in the city of Co?
nnia, ono in the city ol Charleston and two
wtspanere in the city of New York, at leaat
rty da>a before the day of aale; that the
nda to be sold be signed, aa prescribed by
o said Act, on the day of ealo. ot aa soon
treat UT &e practicable, and delivered to the
rcbaser as eoon aa the purchase money baa
en paid and the bonds registered} and, that
e proceeds of sale be applied strictly,Jn con
rmity with the said Act, and in no'other
Haid bonds will be of the denominations of
50, (500 and $1,000; the proceed? of the sala
be nsed for the ?rection of the new City
all. new Market, and other nubile improve
Tho right is reserved to diapoeo of a part of
0 aaiti bonds in lota or in whole, aa the
ayor and Treasurer m ty determine.
Any further information desired can be ob
.inuil by addressing WM. J. ETTER,
City Treasury, Columbia; 8. C.
49* Thia sale la postponed until W?DNE8
AY, June 19, at aime place.
May 21 WM. J. ETTER, Qity Treaa'r.
a the District Court of the United
States for District of South Carolina
t re Laurena Bailroad Company, Bankrupt
[N obedienco to an order fn the above
1 stated case, dated the 5th day of April,
172,1 will re-sell to the highest bidder, at
nblic outcry, at the risk of the Greenville
nd Columbia Bailroad Company, the Lao
ans Bailroad, at Columbia, South Carolina,
i front of the Colombia Hotel, at 12 o'clock,
lt-ridian, on the twentieth (20th) day of
UNE, 1872, free from all liena and inoum
rances, including the track and road-bed,
?on, raila, chairs, epikea, timbers, bridgea,
alverta, machine ahopa, water tanka, station
oases, and all locomotives, cara and mi?
lliner;, and all andaingrdar the property and
saeta, real and persona), of every kind and
uscription whatever, of the Laurena Bail
oad Company, together with aU the right?,
irivileges, franchisee and easement*, law
ally held, aBod or enjoyed by the Laurene
lailroad Company, on the following terms.'
o wit: Sixty-four thousand two hundred and
wenty-two ((04,222 84) dollars eighty-four
eats must be paid within thirty (80) daya
.ftor tho day of tale; and the payment of the
>alance of tue purchase money within twelve
nonths from ino day of aale, with interest
horeon at seven per cent, per annum from
hat day, must be secured by the bond of tho
mrcbaser, and a mortgage of the entire pro?
' Thi> bidder will ba required to deposit with
he assignee, before bia bid ia accepted,
wenty thouaand dollars, to aeouro compll
iDce with the terma of aale herein aet forth,
iud opon failure to deposit that sum, the pro?
perty will at once be re-offered for sala.
JAMES M. BAXTER, Assignee.
OTT The Charleston News and Charleston
fourier will oopy until day of sale and for?
ward bill to alienee._May 17
"Where to Spend the Summer !"
BFA Ii TANB URO, B. C.
THIS celebrated WATER?
ING PLACE will be open for
visitors the 10th day of Jone.
_!The medicinal qualities of
thia Waler are not excelled, and from the
numerous wonderful eurea that have been
eftYoted by tho use of thia Water, I am satis
ti-d tbat thia ia the placo for aU wboae condi?
tion can be improved by the salubrious cha?
racter of any Water.
BOOMS large and pleasant. Qood and at?
tentive servants. TABLE supplied with, th?
best tba market affords. Fancy Balls during
the summer. Ten Pin Alley, Billiard ana
Bagatelle Tahlee, for the 'amusement cf
guests. Chargea per |day, $2.60; per week,
(13 00; per month, $35 00. Cottages to rent
at $25 GO ?nd $50.00 per season. Hooka daily
from Jonesville after tue 25th Jane.
W. D. FOWLES, Proprietor.
Jane 4 11 Imo
sa-Cbarleaton Baily Rews, Newberry He?
rald, Edgefield Adoeititcr, Marion btar,
Wiunsboro News and Beaufort Republican
copy for one month, and forward bill to Pro?
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Jons 1,1872.
THE undersigned baa associated with him
in business Mr. JOHN E. GYLES. The
general Grocery business will hereafter be
conducted by the Arm of HOPE A GYLES.
Jane 2 EDWABD HOPF.
Elegant Cough Kisses.
TAKE a kiss and core your cough. A nico
confection, agreeable and effectual.
Cons Congha, Diptheria, Sore Throat,
Croup, WhoupiDg Congh; an admirable me?
dicine for children; no coughing at night; no
disturbance; sweet slumber secured by using
the Cough Kisses. For sale only at
April 16 j HEINITSH'S Drugstore.
State of South Carolina-Newberry Co.
COURT OF COMMON P LS AB.
Claoins A. Witta-otherwise known ss Clemons
Claoiua and Arnim F. Witta-plaintiff-,
against A. Harria-otherwise known as
Abram Harris-defendant. Sommons tor
Money Demand.-[Complaint not nerved j
To A. H A nu i H-otherwise known as Ann AM
HABBIS-defendant in this aotion:
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in thia action,
winch haa been filed in the office of the Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleaa for tho said
County, and to aorve a oopy of your anawa?on
the subscribers, at the.hr office, at Newberry
Court House, io tho County ano State afore?
said, within twenty days arter the Bernois'of
this summons on you, exclusive of tho day ot
service. ! -> .
If you fail to answer thia complaint within
tho time aforesaid, the platotflft will take
judgment against you for toe som of one hun?
dred and seven dollars and flflj-aeven
cents, with interest at the rate of one per
I cent, per month from the fifteenth day of
September, one thouaand eight hundred and
aevonty-one, and cost?.
BAXTER A JOHNSTONE,
Dated 13th May, 1872.
f To the defendant, A. RABBIS-otherwise
r known as ADHAM UAKBIB:
" Take notice that tho summons, of which
tho foregoing ia a copy, was filed in tbe.offioe
}? of the dork of the Court of Common Pleas for
. Newberry County, on the 24th day ot Abril?
1872. BAX TER A JOHNSTONE,
May 18 -6 Plaintiffs' AtWXnej a.