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LONDON, Juno 6 -JUD. Rudolph Thor
beck, tbe eminent statesmen and minis?
ter of Poland, is dead.
ROMS, Juno 6.-There bas been a
great inundation of the River Po, near
Terra, causing wide-spread desolation
and terrible suffering; immense troots
of country are under water, and 40,000
people are houseless.
LBESBURQ, VA. , June 1.-a. desperate
affray occurred yesterday evening be?
tween two of our best citizens, (oue of
them very wealthy,) on Heater's Island,
in the Po to m no Ki vor, just below the
Point of Rooks, Maryland. It seems
that Mr. Richard Heater and bis bro thor?
in law, Mr. Apple, were in/ their corn?
field, and got into a quarrel, aud finally
a fight, whereupon they each used their
knives freely-Heater killing Apple, and
Apple wounding Heater mortally. The
latter is now unconscious, aud the doc?
tor pronounces bim beyond the hope of
?. recovery. They were both ttrribly
hacked to pieces. The parties were
alone, so that auy evidence, if, per
obanoe, it shall be required, must be cir?
SAM FRANCISCO, June 6.-Returns
from Oregon indicate a Republican suo
Nsw ORLEANS. June 6.-Committees
of the Liberal Republicans and Demo?
crats bare reported. Each maintaius a
separate organization, and appoints a
committee to agre* upon a common
ticket, and fir the basis of co-operation
: bet woe u the two parties-the ticket and
basis of co-operation to be subject to ap?
proval by either Convention. These
committees meet to-day.
PHIL ADELPHI A, June 6 --Pennsylvanie
will vote for Wilson. Wilson's friendf
are sanguine of success on the seoonc
ballot. Ic is stated that Colfax hal
written s letter,- ordering the withdrawal
of his name, under certain circumstances
Tbe Platform Committee was in sessioi
till dawn this morning. The oolorec
Eart of the Virginia delegation havi
ioked iu the traces and resolved to g<
for Colfax. The Gentile delegatioi
from Utah was admitted. The Conven
tion is densely packed. Every 8tst?
and Territory is represented. Thi
States will be called alphabetically upoi
all questions. The platform will be dis
posed of before the nominations. Tb
roll shall be called in nominations; wbei
a majority is reached for any candidate
the q<;e<ition of unanimity shall be put
wheu the chairmen of delegations sha!
state tho voto for each candidate or pru
Sosition, The five minutes mle ba
een adopted. Resolutions are referrei
to the Committee on Resolutions with
out readiug, but resolutions from tb
Union League were ordered to be read
by vote of the Convention. The Nu
tional Committee contriste: Alabama
Spencer; Arkansas. Clayton; Florid*.
Gleason; Georgia, Fanning; K.-utuckj
Goodloe; Louisiana, Oassuuaiilt; Marj
land, Fulton; Mississippi, Freuoh; 8.mt
Carolina, MOHOS; Tennessee, May narc
Virginia, Wells; West Virginia, Crest
well. The laborers on the gas work
having struck, it is probable that tb
ConyentioQ may have to close its laboi
in darkness. The proceedings, wbil
waiting for the report of the Platfon
Committee, were somewhat iuooheren
Blacks and whites contended for- tb
rostrum. Ultraism and Graut provoke
equal applause. The rules were sa
pended, and Grant was nomiuated.
shifting scene disclosed Grant's piotnr
The faros provoked much uni-n.
_PHILADELPHIA, June 6-Evening
U?e vote for Grant was unanimous. 1
casting the votes of the delegations, eat
ohairman made a little speech, wbio
Was received with great good bumo
The following is uot arnon? the most e
travagaut: Popham, of Virginia, na
her Rupublican people, mamtuug fo
ward under her bau uer - "Sio Hemp
Tyrannus"-intends, next autumu,
put her armed heel upon the head of tl
Democratic party. The gods arc jut
and Virginia must and will be redeem?
After the harley-burley had subsided,
motion was made to suspend the rub
and nominate a Vice-Presidrut, whi
was carried. Pennsylvania uomiuut
Wiltoo; MasnnahiiHatts seconded the t
ruination. Indiana nomiuated Coif*
Miobigan seconded the uominatiu
Mississippi also seconded the uomit
tion; Lyuob, oolored, saying it seem
to him "as if the spirit ol Liouolu
here; and ho remembered what that r.
triot said on one oooasiou, when be st
it was cot a safo time to swap horse*
The proceedings were here interrupt
by the entranae of the platform co
mittee, whioh reported iu effect us f
Tho resolutions speak nf the gr<
oourageand the duties performed by I
Republican party in suppressing the
hellion, emancipating the si,ives, <
forcing the laws, developing the inter
resources of the country, euoouragi
and promoting emancipation, colleen
the reveuue, and reduoing the uatio
debt, and express the belief that i
country will not entrust the Go ver urn
to any party or combination uompo>
chiefly of those who have r> Histed ev
step of this beneficial progress. Tl
hold that the recent amend meals to
Constitution must be sustain ml and <
ried out; that honorable peace with
reign' muions should be maintained; t
the civil service ohould be reformed; (
no further grants of public laud sho
be made to corf orations; that the ri
nues should be snob as to furnish a
.derate balaooe to bo applied to a rec
tion of the publio debt; that revet
except snob as is raised from tobt
and spirits, should be raised by du
on imports, whioh duties should be
justed so as to aid in securing remun
ti ve wages to the laborer, and promo
tbe industries, prosperity sud growt
the whole country; that the future bot
of tba Government should bu exton
io the soldiers and sailors of the
war; that the American doctrine
naturalization should be maintained;
that tbe fra oking privilege 8 hon ld be
abolished and postage reduced; that the
relations of labor aud capital should be
recognized and protected; that the pub?
lic credit must be preserved, and that
speoie payments should be resumed; the
olaim for woman suffrage should be
treated with respectful consideration;
the amnesty action of Oongiess is ap?
proved; also, its an ti-Ku Kl ui legisla?
tion; tho rights reserved to the States
must be respected; Anally, confidence is
expressed in the modest patriotism,
earnest purposes, Bound judgment and
1 practical wisdom of U. S. Grant.
After adopting the platform, Virginia
nominated John F. Lewis. A oolored
delegate from Texas nominated E. J.
Davis. Tbe volo stood: Wilson, 364>?;
Colfax, 321>?. Virginia changed to
Wilson, which gave him tho nomination.
Th" Convention then adjourned sino die.
HARTFORD, Juue 6 -Captain Colver
eresses, killed oo Monday, in Bridge?
port, had $185,000 life insurance.
CUARIJKSTON, June6 -Arrived-steam?
ship Sea Gull. Baltimore.
WASHINGTON, Jane 6.-It is assorted
that Fish has resigned.
The Spanish Government will release
Dr. Houard as a favor to the United
States; but if the demand be made on
the ground of American citizenship, it
will be refused.
In the Senate, there were many fac?
tions over the amendment to tbe clause
of the appropriation bill giving $250,00G
to tho Southern mail carriers, when th?
matter went over to Friday. The bill tc
punish obstructions to the administra?
tion of jahtioe in the United State*
courts passed, and goes to the President.
Chandler made an elaborate attaok or
Sumner for his statements regarding
Stanton and Grant. Mr. Sumner sait]
he would read one single letter to show
the truth of what be had said in his re
ferenoe to Mr. Stanton's opinion o:
Grant. Before reading it, however, h<
would declare that Mr. Stanton did sa;
to him what he had reported. He as
serted on thia floor that this was so
Sumner here read the following extrae
from a note received this morning fron
Horace White, of Chicago:
"DEAS MB. SUMNER: The late Seoru
tary Stanton, not once merely, but seve
ral times, expressed himself to me sub
Htantially the same opinion of Gen
Grant that be did to you, with the addi
tion that Gen. Grant had been great!
over-rated as a military commander. A
to the latter point, I recall a long con
venation with him, after the fighting a
Spottsylvania Court House, in which h
expressed more than I had ever know
him to feel concerning any campaigc
He felt that he could not continue to fl
up the awful gaps made by Lee in ou
ranks, without a further call on the loya
ists for troops; bot I suppose you kuo
all about that. During a portion of tbi
conversation, he kept Chandler coolie
his heels in the ante-room, in order t
fluisb what he had to say to me-a mei
Bohemian-although I twioe suggeate
that it would be indecorous for me t
remain while a Senator desired an aud
The river and harbor bill passed, an
goes baok to the House for concurrent
Most of the Southern apprcpriatiot
were increased. Kellogg's amendmen
were all adopted. The Bed Biver raft aj
propriatiou of $150,000, occasioned coi
siderable dismission, but wat flnull
adopted. Louisiana gets nearly $500,00
$81,000 were appropriated for improvic
Galveston harbor, Texas; $10.000 fi
improving the Bed and Fish River
$10,000 for Cypress Bayou; $17,500 fi
Cedar Keys and St. John's B ve
Florida; $2U0,0IW for improving tl
Arkansas. White, Rpd, Black at
Quaoita Rivers; $100.000 for improvii
Mobile harbor; $50,000 for improvii
Savannah harbor and river, Georgi
85,000 for Accotink Creek; $15,000 f
Aquia Creek; $15,000 for Bappabanoi
Biver Creek, Virginia; $10,000 for Ru
iioke River; $100,000 Cape Fear Rm
North Carolina; for improving Charl?
ton harbor, South Carolina, $40.0C
Tbe bill goes to the House for ooucc
renee. The election or enfoio/ment b
will probubly become a law.' This i
formation ia furnished from a vc
knowing source. The tax and tariff b
bat been signed.
Probabilities-The area of clon
weather and rain North of the Ohio V
ley will extend Eastward of the Norl
ern portion of tbe Middle States I
night, and possibly over the Southe
portion by and on Friday morning, a
I probubly over New England on Fridi
Diminishing pressure, Southerly
Westerly winda and increasing clou
ness for tbe Southern States. Bisi
barometer, Northerly to Westerly wit
and clearing weather will extend Ea
ward over Wisconsin and Illinois
1 Friday morning, and over Michigan a
the lower Ohio Valley by Friday evi
iog. Boisterous winds are probable
the lower lakes on Friday, but dang
ons ones are not anticipated.
AUGUSTA, GA., June 6.-The Au gu
Exchange was form illy opened to-t
for the'transaction of ootton, stock, bi
and produce boniness. It embraoes p
mineut and substantial merchants.
F. Henning is President, and G.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 6.-The Sou
ern portion of Arizona is ovor-rnn w
Apaobes. The settlers are abandon
their homes and crops.
The White Pine region miners ttr
for four dollars. Work is stopped.
Additional returns from Oregon si
increased Republican majorities.
An Eastern journalist, who .J perf
ly bald, bas offered a reward of $1,
for a tale that will make his hair st
Betrothal parties are all the exciten
in New York-and are so delight
One young lady has had five the
A gold lode in Colorado, reoently
for $100,000. is now producing at
Irate of $3,000,000 per annum.
Financial and C o til mr rc I ri I.
LONDON, J ano 6- Noon.-Obn?ols
92)^. Bonds 90>?.
FRANKFORT, Jaae 6.-Bonds 96>?.
PARIS, Jane 6.-Beates 55f. 70o.
LIVERPOOL, Jane 6-8 P. M.-Cotton
opeaed firm-uplands llYz; OrleaoB
ll%(a)ll%; shipping et New Orleans
LONDON, June 6-Evening.-Bullion
increased nearly ?1.000 OOO.
LIVERPOOL, June 0-Evening.-Cot
t )o olors'1 firm and um h?nge '.
NEW YORK, June 6-Noon.-Cotton
dull md lower; sales 405 bules-mid?
dling 27. Flour Bteady. Wheat quiet
and firm. Corn a shade firmer. Pork
quiet-mess 13 25. Lard steudy-steum
y>i@9>i4. Freights firm. Stooka very
weak. Gold very steady, ut 14^.
Money easy, at 5. Exchange-long 9>? ;
short 10>?. Gover uniente firm and
steady, Seato bonds quiet and steady.
7 P. M.-Money easy, ut 4@6. Ster?
ling 9%@9%- Gold dull, ut 14%@
114%- Uoverumeuts a trifle lower, but
elosed strong. Southerns very dull.
Sales of futures to-day 19.850 bales, as
follows: June 25 15 ?G. 20 7 16; July
26)?. 27; August 26%, 27%; September
24, 24 9-16; October 21%, 21?,; Novem?
ber 20%; December 19%.
CINCINNATI, June 0 -Flour dull
family 860@8 75. Corn in fair demand,
at?l@52. Pork unsettled. Bacon de?
mand light but firm-shoulders 5; sides
7@7%. Lard steady. Whiskey 86.
?T. Louis, Juue 6-Flour and corn
unchanged. Pork 12.00. Bacon dull.
J Lard quiet.
i LOUISVILLE, June 6.-No new features
in the market. Whiskey 86.
CHARLESTON, June 6.-Cotton dull
and nominal-middling 25>?; receipts
1,713 balea; stock 8,091.
BALTIMORE, Jane 6 -Cotton dull and
nominal-middling 27; receipts75 bales;
sales 882; stock 3,061.
PHILADELPHIA, June 6.-Cotton quiet
and weak-middling 27.
NEW ORLEANS, June 6 -Cotton easy
middling 25%; receipt? 182 bales; sales
1,000; Btock 41.550.
SAVANNAH, Juue 6.-Cotton quiet and
firm-middling 25; receipts 463 bales;
sales 20; etook 6,902.
GALVESTON, June 6 -Cotton nominal
good ordinary 20%; receipts 25 bales;
salea 250; stuck 5 007.
BOSTON, June 6 -Cotton dull-mid?
dling 27; receipts 217 bales; saleB 300;
NORFOLK, Juno 6.-Cotton dull-low
middling 24%; receipts 40 balee; stock
MORILE, June 6.-Cotton quiet-mid?
dling 25; receipts 30 bales; sales 200;
WILMINGTON, June 6.-Cotton firm
middling 25; receipts 12 bales; sales 42;
SEIZURE OF WHISKEY -Oa last Satur?
day, 1st inst., Messrs. Henry W. South?
ern, William B. Southern, Jerry Tinsley
and-Farmer, residing in the upper
portioa of Greenville County, in the
neighborhood of John H. Goodwin,
Esq., were arrested by a detaohment of
Uuited States cavalry troops, in com?
mand of Lieut. Holgsnn, and brouglt
before Commissioner Blythe, for commit?
ment to jail, charged with violation of
the internal revenue law. The same
party and detaohment of troops seized
500 gallons of contraband whiskey, iu
possession of these parties, which was
brought to this city for storage. A
wagon and team of mules, conveying a
portion of this whiskey, valued at about
8500 or ?600, was also seized. The
Messrs. Southerns giving bail, were re?
leased, and Messrs. Tinsley and Farmer
were committed to jail.
The recent letter of Gen. Bradley T.
Johnson, formerly of Maryland, now of
Virginia, advising the complete identifi?
cation of the Southern cause with the
Liberal movement, as represented by
Greeley aud Brown, is accepted in Vir?
ginia as an offset to the Mosby endorse?
ment of Grant. He concludes his letter
in this vigorous fashion: ''We can give
Greeley 120 votes, and only require sixty
votes from the North or West to elect
him. Ii the Democracy will give him a
beurty support his ohances are first rate.
A separate Demooratio nomination means
a divided South, an utterly overwhelm?
ing Radical North, and anarchy at the
end of foar years more of military
rule. I sincerely think it is more than
folly-it is criminal-to countenance
such a thing. Uuitu on Greeley, and
we eleot him."
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD
COMPANY.-Wo aro lutormed that a
meeting of a portion of ibo bondholders
of the above named company wus held
at theotfioe of J. Scott Murray, E-q., in
this town, on Mouday last. About
twenty of the most solid oitiz-fus of tho
County were present, representing
$212,000 of the bonds of this company.
Dr. A. Evins presided, and Maj. Thus.
B. Lee acted as secretary. These bond?
holders, we are informed, will be repre?
sented at the convention uf bondholders,
which meeta in Columbia ou the 19th of
June, instant, and measures were adopt?
ed looking to the collection of past due
interest, together with the prospective
security and fair valuation of the out?
EXTRAORDINARY FISHING.-The latest}
fish story, says tho Savannah Advertiser,
which wo are about to give to our read?
ers, bas the usual flavor of exaggeration
about it, but we are nshured by tho gen?
tleman that it is strictly true: A party
of six gentlomen from this oity visited
Lake Dunn, on the Atlautio and Gulf
Railroad, some fifty miles from Savan?
nah, last week, and iu a period of six
hours and-a-half, captured 487 tish, cou
Histing of trout, bream and peroh. This
is extraordinary sport, aud is enough to
excite the enthusiasm of the worst cynic
that ever wasted an entire morning over
a book and line without a bite.
The Tiohboroe claimant, being oat of
prison, is going about making speeches,
and we have report of one delivered at
Alresford, which begun in this confident
way: "My friends, tenants and neigh?
bors." Certainly, this claim, will not
stiffer for laok of persistent iteration.
"You knew me," said the self styled Sir
Roger, "in former days, and know I am
not an impostor, a villain, a scoundrel,
as branded by the Attorney-Qenoral."
There is something almost staggering in
the appeals which the maa made, snob
as: "I.have been continually with yon
who knew me in former days, and yet no
one here has ventured to call me an im?
postor, except tho connections of my
family who are interested in so doing."
And then how simply forcible is the in?
quiry: "Is my mother's evidence aud
my solicitor's to be ignored because a
lord comes forward and swears that be
tattooed me?" And so tbe speaker con?
cluded with hoping the time would
shortly come when "he should live
among them again." It is a noteworthy
fact that the tenants on the estates seem
thoroughly to believe in the justness of
this extraordinary olaim; but it is proba?
bly one of those which will never be
satisfactory settled. Half the world will
continue to believe tbe man to bo Sir
Roger, and tbe other moiety will cherish
a contrary opinion. It's something like
the case of the Man in the Iron Mask, or
of Louis XVTIih over again.
A coner, te is being used in Cbioago
for building purposes, composed of oue
part Louisville cement, and three parts
Band, ashes and tho finer particles of
debris from the burnt' district. The
concrete is mixed somewhat thinner than
mortar, and is poured into the pine
board moulds which shape the wall, and
at the same time broken brick and stone
from the ruins are imbedded as thickly
ac may be in the mass, whioh sets firmly
in forty-eight hours. It is then coated
over with Portland oement, of which
also all the trimmings are composed, itu
surface being so cut and pointed as tc
be almost indistinguishable from dari
gray sand-Btone. Walls are built of con
crete two feet in thickness. The advan
tage claimed for this material is, thu
unskilled laborara are perfectly compe
tent to do the work uuder proper super
vision, and much expense is thereb;
saved. Experiments were made severs
years ago by the British Government, ii
whioh a similar oonorete was used in th
construction of army stables, tbe iabo
being supplied by soldiers who bad n
previous experience in such work. Th
result of the experiment was reported t
be satisfactory in every way.
The following is an editorial "poi
sonal" from the New York Slur: "If tb
young female in a blue tarletan ovet
skirt, with a violet corsage end blac
hair done up a la frizette, who nat in
box at Thomas' lost night, has as bad
cold to-night as sbe bad then, and got
to the same place, will kindly carry
large pocket handkerchief with her aa
use it, she will oblige an admirer. Suu
fles'may do for babes aud sucklings, bi
they aro played out in old girls."
Sydney Smith preaching a charity se
mon, frequently repeated tbe assortit
that, of all nations, Englishmen we
moat distinguished for generosity ai
love of their species. The oolleatic
happened to be much inferior to his e:
peotations, whereupon be said be ht
evidently made a great mistake-that JJ
expression should have been that th<
were distinguished for the love of the
There's a prospect that the Stok
affair will end another way, before tl
law's delays reach it. The last mon
hus told with fearful effect on the pi
soner. He has gone all to pieoes, and
so nervous that morphine injected in
the arms is constantly necessary. I
things considered, Stokes very likely w
never como to trial.
A RADICAL UNSEATED.-For the iii
time since the war, the Radicul Congr?
bas unseated a Radical member aud p
a Domoorat in his place. Clark (Radio
silting member from Texas, has be
ousted, and Giddings (Democrat) seat
in his placo. Giddings was fairly elect
b? the people "Let us have peace."
An Indianapolis exobange sa;
"There ure, at present, hy actual com
fourteen young men in the city who pi
their hair in the middle. Oue year u
they numbered over 200, but death a
the lunatio asylum have cut down th
number to the present figure*."
"Sir," said an irate little gentleman
about four feet eleven inches, to one
six feet two, "I would have you km
sir, that I have been well brought ip
"Possibly," Buid the tall one look'
down, "but you haven't been brouj
"Adi," Verdi's new opera, produced
Parma, bas caused an immense furc
Verdi was bouored by no lens than thu
five recalls, and after the second act
presented by the municipality with
freedom of tho city and a gold meda!
I Miss Drummond, tbe Quaker pres
er, was acked whether the spirit ever
spired her with the thought of getl
married. "No, friend," said she, "
the flush has."
Somebody asked a Paris edi
"Where do you get your intelligent
"From tho popers " ' "Where do
papers get it?" "From other pape
"But who is the first author of
A muss meeting was held in Dari
ton, on Monday last, whioh numiui
delegates to the State Oouvontiou, i
instructions to support the Oiuoin
An Australian clergyman bas been
fore a church court for preaching
(nous other than his own composilio
Five nationalities will be hunting
the North Pole this year.
A 85,000,000 tunnel ia to be cons. ti
ed under the Mississippi, at Memph
THE COMINO MAH'.-The poetic ma?
chine of a friend, says the Laurenaville
(S. 0.) Herald, brought into ase by the
enthusiasm excited by the nomination
of Horace Greeley, and the fact that the
namber of letter? in his name answers to
the thirteen original States, at the ii rat
torn, gronnd ont the following aorostio:
N. H.-Hail thoa offerer of the out?
Mass. -On thy broad platform can we
not now stand?
Gonn.-Resolved once more in love and
peaoe to band,
R. I.-And bind up the wounds of oar
N. Y.-Casting aside the strifes of later
N. J.-Eschewing doubts, distrusts and
Penn.-Glory and honor, and a prosper?
Del'e.-Re tu ru ed, will occupy the place
Ma'd.-Elect the champion of the out?
Virg. -Elect him "President of all the
N. G.-Lot the oivilian, farmer, patriot,
3. O.-End the remainder of bis good
Geo. -Yes-in burnishing oar historic
A S KV EUE PUNISHMENT.-An interest?
ing question has arisen between M.
Thiers' Government aod the French
press. The Administration, it is stated,
proposes to compass a law compelling
the journals to publish the official ab?
stract of the proceedings of the Assem?
bly whenever a newspaper deals with
the proceedings of that body, and to
print the report ia "leader" type sud
give it a prominent position in the
paper. The reason for this action is
found in the fact that the Frenob jour?
nalistic method of reporting the delibe?
rations of their Solons is to dramatise,
as it were, the scenes, incidents aud
speeches of the sessions, and to present
them in a highly-garnished shape and
full of spicy details. Thia may not be
regular, but it makes very entertaining
reading for the publio, especially, as is
often the case, when some pompons
rural deputy is shown up in all his ridi?
culous pretentiousness. In response to
this proposed law, the Paris journals,
correspondent says, will ignore the 720
deputies entirely. Thia will indeed be a
severe punishment; foi if there is any?
thing that thu average M. Gogo of legis?
lation becomes restive undar, it is to find
himself ignored by the morning paper,
winch preserves a provoking silence
upon his eloquence of the day before.
Neglected by the press, these deputies
will, in a certain way, have ceased to
MARRIAGE OFFICES -Late London
papers give a curious account of an
"Offioe for Marriages" which is in full
running order in Loudon, and in avery
flourishing condition. The office under?
takes to obtain matrimonial partners
with desirable qualifications for all ap?
plicants. The matches produced uy this
concern claim to be more satisfactory
than those said to be made io heaven,
and doubtless are better than the ma?
jority of those patched ap by parents and
Nat. Caldwell, a negro oonvioted of
child morder ia Meokleaburg, N. C.,
Superior Court, was sentenced to be
hanged on the 26ih of July. Eliza
Davidson, mother of the murdered
child, was also oonviotod as being acces?
sory, and sentence 1 to be hanged on the
16th of August. At the same term New?
ton V. Chandler, white, convicted of
rape, was sentenced to be hanged on the
9th of August. This case waa removed
from Lincoln Couuty, where the offence
SINGULAR FATALITY AMONG HORSES.
The Athens Watchman has beard of aeve
ral lino horses dying, under very singu?
lar circumstances, in Clarke County,
within the past fortnight. They appear
to be perfectly well when fed at night,
aud are found dead in the stable next
When a wretch is suspeoted of inebri?
ety iu Portland, they haul bim up to the
town pump, and make him try to say,
"The Portland Society for the Pr?veu
tion of Cruelty to Animals." If he
fails, they irrigate him for half an boor
and thou turn him into the calaboose.
Geo. W. Sturgeon, State Senator eleot
from Orangeburg, has been committed
to jail on a charge of forging au older
f?i $137 on the County Treasury.
WE are in receipt. f lottora making known
to us the high estimation in wbiob we
are hold as the proprietor and manufacturer
ol UhlNlTdri'd BLOOD AND LIVE ti PIuLB.
The very high appreciation thus voluntarily
exhibitud is a source not only of pleasure bat
of prout. Thu? practically enauuraged, we
propose to go cn witb tne good work of send?
ing relief to th maand* or the eiok at very lit?
tle coat, itead the folio whig letter from North
A letter from Raleigh, North Carolina,
speaks cf HeiniUh's Blood and Liver Pills, Jn
the following emphatic language: "Your
blood and Liver Mils should be called the
'Euroka.' Uy wife will give you a certifloate 1
testifying to their remarkable curative pro
pertius. Fer females, the beat pill out."
Heinitsb's Blood Pills are adapted to all
ages, sexes and conditions, in ali climates;
good for Liver Complaint, Biliousness, Uead
auhtis, Chilla. Try them; only tweuty-ttve
cents a box. For aale only at the family m< di
olne atora cf E. H. HEINIfdU.
THE "MULI)KOW" COTTAGE, on
Washington street, next door to L. T.
bevin. EDWIN J. BOOTT.
J a nu 1 6
North Carolina Hay.
BALE? good N.O. HAY, lor sale low,
by__HOPE A OYLE?.
t. 10TT0N SEED REFINED OIL, by thegal
KU lon or barrel. Also, in plaass, pints and
.marts. Forsalelow. HOPE A OYLEd.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO. & SON.
THIS (Friday) HORNING, Juno 7. at half.
?iaat 0 o'clock, in front- of oar Auction
toom, wo will positively ?ell, on aoooant of '
25 bale? good Meadow HAY. ,
Terms cash._Jnne 7
Flour, Fouuoes, Muckera, ?fco., Aa.
BY D. 0. PEIXOTTO & SON,
THIS (Friday) MuHMNQ, Jane 7. at half
paat 0 o'clock, in front of oar Aaotion
Koom, we wlP ?ell, without any reserve,
25 barrels Family and eopet FLOUR,
15 barrels lrich Potatoes.
40 Kross Superior Parlor Matches,
1U carrels uno "Gape Fear" Mullets,
Kits Mackerel, Arkins Batter,
Tabs Currante, 25 dozen Brooms.
A handsome aasoitment of CHINA, Crock?
ery and Glassware, embracing every needed
article. Terms gash_Jone 7
Notice to Oap ita li sta
Sale of Oily of Columbia beven per cent. Bonds.
OFFICE Cm TBKAOTTBY,
COLUMBIA, t?. C., April 80.1872.
PURSUANT to autboiity delegated by th?
following resolution, adopted by the Oity
Council, March 26 1872,1 will eell at publia
aaotion, on WE D N1- HD AY, May 16,1872, TWO
HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOL?
LARS (?200,000) CITY OF COLUMBIA.
SK VEN PER CENTUM TWENTY YEARS
" Resolved. That the City Treasurer be In?
structed to advertise for sale, before th?
Court House io the city of Columbia, on the
15th day of May next, the bonds of the city of
Colombia, authorized to be leaned by the said
city, under the Aot of the General Assembly
Juat adjourned; that the advertisement ba
fmbliehed io one newspaper in the city of Co?
ombia, one in the city of Charleston and twa
oewapapers in tha city of New York, at least
thirty da\s before the dav of salo; that th?
booda to bo sold be ?Ignea, as prescribed by
the said Act, on the day of salo or aa aooo
thereafter a? practicable, and delivered to the
purchaser as soon as tbe parchase money has
oeeo paid aod the bund? registered; and that
the proceed? of ?ale be applied strictly io con?
formity with the ?aid Act, and in no other
Said bond? will be of the denominations of
$250, $500 and $1,000; the prooeeds of th? sal?
to be o?ed for the erection of the new City
Hall, new Markut, and other poblio improve?
The right is reserved to dispose of a part of
the ?aid bonds io lots or In whole, aa th?
Mayor aod Treasurer may determino.
Any farther information desired can be ob?
tained by addressing WM. J. ETTEB,
City Treasury, Columbia, 8. C.
ta- This sale i? postpooed until WEDNES?
DAY, Juno 19, at ?ame place.
May 21 WM. J. KTTEB, CityTreas'r.
In the District Court of the United
States for District of South Carolina
In re Laoreos Railroad Company, Bankrupt
IN obedience to ao order io tbs above
atated case, dated the 6th day of April,
1872, I will re-sell to the highest bidder, at
poblio outcry, at the risk of the Greenvale
and Colombia RaUroad Company, the Lau?
rens Railroad, at Columbia, Sooth Carolina,
in frout of the Colombia Hotel, at 12 o'clock.
Meridian, on tbe twentieth (20ih) day of
JUNE, 1872, free from all liens and incum
braoces. including the track and road bed,
iron, ralla, chaire, ?pikes, timbers, bridgea,
culvert?, machine ?blips, water tanks, station
houses, and al) locomotives, oars and ma?
chinery, and all and singular toe property aod
assets, real and personal, of every kind and
description whatever, of the Laoreos Rail?
road Company, together with all the rights,
firivilegea, fr*ochlt.*e and esmemepts, law
oily held, ased or enjoyed by the Laoreos
Railroad Company, on the following terms,
to wit: Sixty-four thoo'aod two honored and
twenty-two . t$64 232 81) dollar? eighty-four
couts most be paid within thirty (80) days
after the day of ?ale; and the payment of the
balance of the purchase money within twelve
mont ha from tue day of sale, with interest
thereon at seveo per cent, per annum from
that day, most be eec oreo by the bond of th?
purchaser, aud a mortgage of the entire pro?
The bidder wilt be required to deposit .with
tbs assignee, before hi? bil 1? accepted,
twenty thousand dollars, to aeeHre compil?
ation with the tt-rma of sale herein set forth,
and npoD fallare to depocit that ?om, the pro?
perty will at one? be re-offered for ?ale.
JAMES M. BAXTER, Assigne?.
W The Charleston Netos and Charleston
Courier will copy until day'of sale and for?
ward bill to a-Hjww?-?_May 17
H i y and Oats.
1 Cid BALES prime Timothy HAY.
JLlSVS 600 uuohele heavv feeding Oats.
For ?ale low hv J <H N AON KW A SON.
New Butter and Cheese. '
-I (\ TUBS choice May BUT PER.
IV" 10 boxes now cutting Cheese.
Jost received aud for ?als by
June 6_JOHN AONBW ASON.
Sparkling Catawba Springs.
lisBl"^ 1 H*Vifi THIS DAY taken
JBSSSsV-aJ charge ol the atm?? Hp'i^gs,
M.^aBtra and will open them on me
Wjw^tWr^ INSTANT. Persono de?
on oua ot ?poo?lbg a few months at a wafer?
ing place, will dod nowhere in the Booth a
more comfort,bo resort. Terms reasonable.
J. M. BLAIR,
Formerly of the YarburoaRh House,
Jane 6 Imo Raleigb, N. O.
IAM prepared to furnish any amount of
HAY. delivered OD tho plaoe, at $1 00. per
100, or $1.60 delivered iu the city. The hay ia
cat on the plantation known UH Hampton's,
five miles below ine city, and in fresh and of
the finest quality. Parties can leave oruers
at H HopoV for J. M. MOKOAN.
Canned Vegetables, ftc
PEAS,- Lima Beau?, Asparagus, Grech .
Coro, Hueco: ash, Tomates?. Mushrooms,
TrnffLts, Peaohor, Clue Apples, California
Apricots and fear-, (decidedly the finest
things ever put. into oatie.) fresh Salmon,
Mackerel, Lobsters. Oysters, Sardine? Ac. .
May?_ OHO NYMMBH8.
' Agricultural Imp??ui?uts, ftc.
Pi ? WEBB, Portabio Engines.
^Vjairi'i i -j*an Mills, Grain Cradles,
apfffeg^n^i . ?ont Machines, all of tho
tf^iTfn^igAljsalS.iu^i improved patenta and
Garden flow* m,d Cultivators. ?
210 Dixon Steel sweep , better an tl cheaper
than the Farmer om mike thom himself.
May ll_\A 'HICK ?fc LOWRANCE.
. . 2 000lb? HAMS,
??fBEfe 2 000 bushel? CORN,
'"' .* - -W 20,000 ibu. BACON, at prices that
ftaiMSa .flor oven inducement of other mar?
kup. ?.OH1CK A LOWRANCE.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., JUKE 1,1872.
THE underside- d ha? associated with him
in butduee? Mr JOHN E. G Yb LS* lb?
general Grocer} business will hereafter bo
conducted by the flt m ot HOPE A OYLES.
Juno 2_EDWARD HOPF.
Corn! Corni Corni
2AAJ I BU-UIKLB PRIME WHITE
sl fUU CORN, Jost reoefvi d and for sal*
low by JOHN AGNEW A SON.