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MADRID, Jun G 21.-It is reported that
the Spanish Ministry have declarod in
favor of a separation of Church and
State in Spain.
WASHINGNON, June 21.-Despatches
regarding the Fifth Avenue Hotel meet?
ing'are unsatisfactory, and possibly in
many respects untruthful. J. D. Cox
was eleoted President. There' was a
large Gorman representation. The free
trade DetnooratB were vehement in oppo?
sition to Greeley, though the acceptance
of Greeley was dominant. Trumbull
sow no option but to support Greeley.
Sohurz said ho must support Greeley
from necessity. Sohurz suggested a
call of States. Alabama, Greeley-Gol.
Forsyth, spokesman. Arkansas, Gree?
ley-Senator Rice, spokesman. Connec?
ticut, anti-Greeley-Mr. Wells, spokes?
man; but Mr. English said the Demo?
crats of Connecticut were all for Gree?
ley. Georgia was for Greeley-spokes?
man, Heury W. Hilliurd. Illinois
Horaoe Whil e, of Chicago, said the Do
mooratio and Republican parties had
served their purposes, and Greeley was
the best man to out into both. Iowa
General Fitz Henry Warren disapproved
Greeley, bat should Baltimore nominate,
Iowa would go for him. Kentucky
Waterson said all paths that go from
Greeley lead to Grant; therefore, all
who go from Greeley go for tho enfran?
chisement of the South. Massachusetts
-Atkerson was for free trade, regardless
of Grant or Greeley. New York-Parke
Godwin strongly denounced the support
of Greeley, under any circumstances.
The conference adjourned at 1 o'clock,
this morning. The Kori tu ok y Demo?
cratic Convention re affirmed the princi?
ples of tho recent State Convention, and
urges a union of all elements against
Grant and instructs its delegates to vote
os a unit. The' Greeley feeling is evi?
dently dominant, Another statement is,
at the Fifth Avenue Hotel conference,
yesterday, Senator Trumbull delivered
a short address, in which he said: "To
the question that comes uppermost
among us, there is only one answer
which occurs to me os reasonable or pos?
sible: How are we to defeat Grant, by
supporting Greel?y?" Carl Sohurz said,
respecting the Cincinnati nominees, per?
haps a better ticket could have boen de?
vised, and perhaps not; Greeley is now
before the people, and his name oannot
be withdrawn; overwhelming waves of
opinion are rising in his favor, and it
would be idiotie to attempt, at this
juncture, to stay its progress. The Se?
nator expressed the opinion that, if
Greeley was eleoted, aa he would be by
an overwhelming vote, he would select
from all parties such a Cabinet, and
draw around him such men, as the na?
tion would placo entire confidence in.
The World editorially treats the con?
fer enoo as a "fiasco. " The Herald thinks
the conference developed that the Demo?
cratic party, old ond young, will go for
Greeley. The Times says it amounted
to nothing. The Tribune believes that
nothing bat good has resulted from the
WASHINGTON, June 21-Evening.-Re?
liable information has been received in
offioial quarters showing that at the
brief session of the Geneva tribunal, on
the 19th inst., the arbitrators decided
the indirect claims are hot proper sub?
jects for their consideration. The formal
announcement will be made ou the 26th,
and will cause farther controversy about
the amended article to the treaty of
Washington to cease, and settle the
question of adjournment of the tribunal
until next December, as lately contem?
plated by the British.
Probabilities-Light to fresh winds
and olear and partially cloudy weather
for Saturday, from Tennessee to Lake
Erie and the upper lakes; oloady weather
and areas of rain for the South Atlantic
and Gulf States, East of the Mississippi;
clear and partially cloudy weather and
Northerly to Westerloy winds for the
New England and Middle States.
NEW YORK, Jane 21-Evening.-Carl
Sohurz wrote a note regretting he could
not breakfast with Mr. Greeley. Horace
White and others were present.
No additions to Stokes* jary to-day.
Delegates from sixty-Orange Lodges
met last night to make preparations for
the 12th of Jaly parade. It was decided
not to permit the members to arm them?
selves on the day of parade.
The convention called by Jadgo S tallo,
at the Fifth Aveoue Hotel, met this
afternoon. No reporters were admitted.
It was learned, however, that ex-Gov. I
Cox made a speech endeavoring to har?
monize on Greeley. Edward Atkinson
urged, in a speech, the nomination of
Charles Franois Adams, as a means to
unite the Reformers against Grant.
Among those present are the following
gentlemen: Col. Grossven or, S. S. Gault,
of Missouri; Carl Dantzer, Park Good?
win and W. 0. Bryant. The question
debated was, shall we nominate a ticket?
After a long discussion, it was decided
in the affirmative; when Cor. publicly
withdrew from the deliberations. The
platform denounces Greeley and the
Cincinnati Convention, and pledges the
free traders to support their own polioy,
under all o ir o urns tu nc OB.
COLUMBUS, Juno 21.-A boiler in the
extensive shops of tho Ohio Brush and
Wire Works, within the walls of tho
Ohio Penitentiary, exploded to-day, just
after the convicts had started to work,
with terrible noise and effect. The
flying boiler tore out a large three-Btory
building in which it was plaoed, making
it a moss of ruins, and tore out the side
walls and roof off Huff's cooper shop
and George Gill's stovo foundry, not far
off. Pieces of the boilor were thrown a
great distance. At the time of the acci?
dent, eighty-five men were in the brush
shop, and were just going to work. The
shook was terrific, and yet no person was
killed outright. Several men were blown
out of the windows, and fell with the de?
bris from the fourth story of the building.
Ono man at work in tho lower story of
tbe boiler house remained for thirty
minutes between two* heavy timbers.
The firemen and engineer in charge of
the boiler were both bnried under a pile
of bricks and timbers, but dug ont
ulive, considerably burned and bruised.
Some escapes were miraculous. As soon
as possible, a large force was put to
work, aod the men buried wero all dug
out, and, with the other wounded, were
taken to the Prison Hospital, where
good nurses are on hand. They are now
all well oared for. It is thought all bot
half a dozen will recover. The engineer
in charge of the boiler says he cannot
account for the accident, os a second be?
fore the explosion ocourred, bo bad on
but eighty-five poonda of steam. This
same boiler exploded about u year ago,
and it is said it has leaked ever Bince.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 21.-Tho Demo?
cratic delegates from this State to the
Baltimore Oonvention will include ex
United States Wm. M. Oatlin, ex-Qov.
Downey, Judge J. H. Hardy, and Sena?
tor Eugene Casserley, all of whom, ex?
cept CaRBorley, are known to be in favor
of the Cincinnati tioket.
LINCOLN, NEB , June 21.-The Demo?
cratic State Convention resolutions,
unanimously adopted, endorse the Cia
oinati platform, and (he delegates to
Baltimore were iuBtruoted to vote us a
unit for Greeley and Brown. Entire
harmony prevailed, and the Convention
adjourned amidst great enthusiasm.
AN AFFECTING SCENE.-In the United
Slates District Ku Klux Court, now sit?
ting in Montgomery, Ala., in the caso of
the Youngs and Harkius, a verdict of
guilty was returned, and Neil Harkins,
B. G. Young and John D. Young were
sentenced to ten years' confinement in
the Albany Penitentiary and 85,000 fine.
Bingold Young was sentenced to seven
years and 82,000 fine. The Advertiser
gives the following affecting incident
oonneoted with the trial:
There was an affecting scene in the
United Stales Court when the defend?
ants in the case of the United States vs.
Young el ai., wereaalled up for sentence.
The verdict had been rendered hardly
fifteen minutes, when the court inquired
if the defendants had anything to say
why sentence should not be awarded
against them. The old man Young, in
a oalm and manly manner, free from
braggadocio, protested his innocence of
the charge, but as he referred to his wife
and four daughters dependent upon
bim, now sixty-three years of age, his
voice was broken, and there waa not in
the court room a manly heart but what
was wrung with sorrow us the picture
arose before them of this aged man in a
far off penitentiary, and his now widow?
ed wife and helpless daughters shelter?
less and friendless, driven from their
little home, whioh the $5,000 fine will
oause to be sold, as well as the little
scanty pittance which was all this, old
man was enabled, after a life of toil, to
save from the wreck of the war.
INQUEST.-Coroner Thos. Owens held
an inquest over the dead body of a man,
found in Enoree Biver, about a mile be?
low Sandy Ford, on Friday last. The
body could not be identified, nor was
the jury able to tell whether it was
white or black. The body had evi?
dently lain in the water for several
months, it being in a completely putrid
state, the head and both arms gone, and
the clothing entirely rotten, even the
thread of the shoes being in the same
condition. A rook weighing some thirty
or forty pounds was attached to the
body by means of a leather strap. A
rope was also tied around the thighs.
The verdict of the inquisition was that
the deoeased oame to hiB death by some
means unknown to the jury. The mys?
tery about the finding of this body is,
that no ono has been missing from the
neighborhood, neither on the Spartan
burg nor Laurena side of the river.
AN IMPORTANT CHANGE.-The Phila?
delphia Post, a leading Republican paper
of the City of Brotherly Love, hereto?
fore a zealous champion of the party,
even to the extent of supporting Har
tranft, comes out in its issue of Friday
and declaren that it oannot support
Grant for re-election. The issue is be
tweon Grant and Greeley, and it avows:
"Our choice is Horaoe Greeley." It j
proceeds to speak of the Convention as
a body packed by the Administration,
"the expression of the President's will,
and, in our deliberate judgment, an in?
sult to American manhood and inde?
pendence." It reviews the President in
the Sumner vein-does not think him in
any respect fit to ba President of tho
United States-he has proven bis unfit?
ness by his actions.
POISONING.-A young negro boy,
named George Watts, was brought to
thia place, on last Saturday, and com?
mitted to jail to await trial, for attempt?
ing to poison Mr. Joseph Babb, of this
County. The boy aforesaid had put
strychnine into a tumbler of milk. Mr.
Babb, on tasting the milk, discovering
that something was wrong with it,
emptied it out into another vessel, and
the milk being drank by a dog, the ani?
mal died immediately. The boy then
being arrested, confessed the orime.
A DAT OF ACCIDENTS.-Wednesday was
a day of acoidents in Augusta. A boy's
arm was broken by falling from a tree; a
man named Charles Pettigrew, had his
leg orushed by cross ties, and Mr. E. H.
Gray was wounded by the accidental dis?
charge of his pistol.
An exohange says: "Nothing is so
painful as to see a man over eighty in?
toxicated." Oh yes. To see a man over |
ninety intoxicated is just as painful, if
not moro so.
Mr. John H. Ferriter, of Sumter, has
been appointed Assistant Assessor of
Internal Bevenue for the First District.
Last winter killed off tho toads in New
England, and now there is a complaint
Financial ?rt.? Commercial.
LONDON, Jane 21-Noon.-Consols
02K. Bonds Ol.
PARIS, Jane 21.- Rentes 5it. 10o.
S peo i o j uer eased 4,000,000f.
FRANKFORT, Jane 21.-Bonds 96J?.
LIVERPOOL, Jane 21-3 P. M.-Cotton
opened qaiet and is now dull-uplands
HK@ll^??; Orleans 11%; sales of the
week 57,000 bales; export 6,000; sp?cu?
lation 8,000; stock 601.000, of which
Amoricau is 348,000; receipts 89,000, of
which American is 16,000; actual ex?
ports 10,000: afloat 291,000, whereof
American is 72,000.
NEW YORK, Juuo 21-Noon.-Stocks
dall. Money easy, at i. Gold steady,
at 13)?. Exchauge-loDg 9>?; ?hort
lOJjj. Governments dull and heavy.
State bonds strong and steady. Cotton
easier; sales 1,040 bules-uplands 26%;
Orleans 26,. Flour and wheat dull and
unchanged. Corn quiet and heavy.
Pork dull-mess 13 30. Lard quiet
steam 9%@0 7-16. Freights steudy.
7 P. M.-Money easy, at 3@5. Ster?
ling steady. Gold 13>?@13??. Go
verumeuts aucbancred and very quiet.
Tennessees firm; uow South Carolinas
weak; balance dull but steady. Cotton
steady; sales 1,333 bales-uplands 26%;
Orleans 26%. Flour heavy and lower
dbmmon to lair firstname.lastname@example.org; good to
choice 9.80@13 00. Whiskey activer, at
90. Wheat l(a)2c. lower-winter red
Woe tern email@example.com. Corn in moderate
export home demand. Bice Arm, ut. 9@
9>?. Pork dull, at 13.30. Lard un?
changed. Freights ?rm. Sales of fu?
tures to-day 15,000 hales, as follows:
June 24%, 25; July 25, 25%; August
25}?, 25%; September 23%, 23j??; Octo?
ber 20%; November 19%, 19%; Decem?
Comparative cottou statement-Re?
ceipts at ult ports for the week 8,830
bales; last year 27,549; total 2,677,608;
last year 3,691,230. Exports for the
week 12,553 bules; last year 41,050; total
1,807,889; last year 2,963,713. Stock at
pji ports 150,945 bales; last year 208,154;
at interior towns 4,320; last year 16,944;
at Liverpool 961,000; lust year 909,000.
American cottou afloat for Groat Britain
72,000 bales; last year 102,000.
CINCINNATI, Juno 21.-Flour dull and
lower; difficult tn give accurate quota?
tions-family firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dull and
drooping, at 49@50. Pork dull-regu?
lar 12 50; city packed 14 00. Lard
demand light and holdere firm. Bacon
stoutly-sides 7@7%', large sales could
Dot be made at these quotations. Whis?
key steady, at 85.
BALTIMORE, Jane 21.-Cotton firm
receipts 28 bales; sales 92; stock 908;
weekly receipts 394; sales 767. Floor
and wheat very dull und nominal. Corn
-white 78@79; yellow 67; mixed West?
ern 66@67. Oats dull-Western mixed
45(2147. Rye firm, at email@example.com. Pro?
visions in good jobbing demund. Whis?
CHARLESTON, June 21.-Cotton dull
and nominal-middling 25; receipts 112
bales; stock 7,572; weekly receipts
WILMINGTON, June 21.-Cotton qaiet;
receipts 7 bales; Bales 13; stock 1,310;
weekly receipts 28; sales 149.
GALVESTON, June 21.-Ootton nomi?
nal; receipts 20 bales; stock 2,691; week?
ly receipts 197.
SAVANNAH, Juno 21.-Ootton holders
firm-middling 24; receipts 52 bales;
sales 70; s took 3,690; weekly-receipts
481; sales 449.
NEW ORLEANS, June 21.-Cotton dall
and little doing-middling24%; receipts
329 bales; sales 100; stook 28,460; weekly
receipts 1,237; sales 2,650. Flour dull.
Corn quiet. Pork dull and lower-mess
12.00@1&\00. Bacon easier, at 6@7%;
hams-ohoioe sugar-oared 12^(^13.
Lard-tierce, packers 8%; refined 9%;
kegs, kettle 10%; refined 10%. Sugar
doll-fair 8>j? ? good fair 9%. Molasses
-oity refinery fermenting 45. Whiskey
87@94. Coffee 17@19%.
PHILADELPHIA, June21.-Cotton quiot;
weekly receipts 2,091 bales.
BOSTON, June 21.-Cotton quiet; re?
ceipts 321 bales; eales 1,250; stock
10.500; weekly receipts 1,592; sales
AUGUSTA, June 21.-Cotton nominal
middling 24%; receipts 135 bales; sales
ll; stock 3,140; weekly receipts 227;
MOBILE, Juue 21.-Cotton in limited
demand-middling 24%; receipts 41
bales; eales 100; stock 1,080; weekly re?
ceipts 72; eales 100.
WHOLKSAliK PU1CUS CUllUtCNT,
COIUIECTED WEEKLY BY TUE BOABD OF TRADE.
APPLES, fthu.2 u0(<t J UU ?loL,AaBEs,Gubu,35(??50
BAOOINQ',.mmtS NuwOri'us 72(<400
BALK HOPE, Ma.'?'?(<j>2\ Sugar U'so.. S?ftC-iO
N.Y.or Westylb 7<ifllu' NAILS,ty keg ti 00(^7 5U
BUTTEK,North. 28((440 UNIONS..ty bus_2 00
Country, ty ?b.2u(fi?25 OIL, Korosono, 35(&45
BACON. Mama. 12(0)17 Machinery..75@1 00
Hides, ty ll?. .?K?iioj SPECIE, Gold ?113
Shoulders ... .6?@7J Silver. @i (J8
CANDLES, Spormlu?5u POTAT'S.IT?BI 50(??2OO
Adamantine bM7@W Sweet, bus 150
COTTON YABNI 60? 1 7? BICE, Carolina lb 8fe io
COTTON. Stot li ,...23 BnoT.tybag. 275@3 00
' Middling.22? 8ALT,Livorp.l 00(0200
Low Midl'g.22 SOAP, ty?.7i?10
Good Ordny.21} SPOUTS, Alcohol,gi600
Ordinary.21 Brandy . .4 00@12 00
CHEESE, E.D.lb. 22@25 Oin.160@G0O
tfaotory.20@25 Bum.1 CO?7 OU
COFFEE,Klo,tytt>25@27 Whiskey... 135?C 00
Laguayra_25@30 SUOAB, Orus&P14?@16
FLO?B.CO. 8OO@1300 8TAHCU, ty lb... 8*@10
Northern.9 50@13 5U TEA.Greon lbl00@260
QUAIN, Corn 1 1G(V?1 20 Black.1 00@110
Wheat_2 0D@2 50 TOBACCO, Chw.C0@l 00
Oatt.95@100 Smoking,Tb..50@l 00
Peas.1 20@1 CO VINEOAB, Wine,.60@60
BAT, North,2 25@2 50 French.?1C0
HiDES.Dry, tylbl3@17 WINE, Cham... .29@31
Oreen.@H Port, tygal300?6 00
LABD,ty lb.11J@H Sherry.... 250O7 80
LIME, ty bbl. 2 25?2 40 Madeira.. .2 M)@7 05
A LITTLE SON OF A SAVANNAH MER?
CHANT DROWNED.-A little son of Mr. W.
B. Adams, a merchant of Savannah, was
drowned on Wednesday, in tho Bilbo
Canal. Ho was wading in tho oana], and
slipped beyond his depth. No assist?
ance being at hand, he found a watery
grave. Ho was only about eight yesrs
A costly habit-Dressing in fashion.
The ?ut?y In Ilrcecbea.
It was all owing to the other baby.
There was no call for that baby, that I
know of. Tbero were babies enough
before. When, as breakfast was near its
dose, Harry was heard thumping slowly
down tho stairs, pit-pit, pit-puttering
through the parlors and the library, and
presenting himself at tbe dining-room
door, in fresh white frock and radiant
face, emitting angelia war-whoops of de?
light, the old house seemed full of babies.
?nd when he rushed around tho room
with fixed eyes, bent head, and shoul?
ders thrust forward in frenzied eagerness
for a chair, and when he h-d made good
his divine right to a seat at the table by
pushing his chair headlong 'into a plaoe
regardless of what broad-cloth or ruffles
might interpose; when he had painfully
climbed np into the adult chair, and had
brough!, his precious nose very nearly tc
a level with the table-with what sereu*
delight, with what entire self-approba<
tion and world-Batisfaction did he gaze
around upon us, his aspiring, ambitious,
unsatisfied eldersl With what sweet
frankness ho poked his sudden finger:
into the punch preserve] With wha
sublime abstraction did he upset all thi
cups and saucers, in his endeavor te
reach the oranges! What a small thief
it seemed to him, in flashes of adven
turousnoBs, to rise up in his chair, climl
up on the table, and creep along to tb<
otherwise unattainable sugar-bowl; nut
when a blind and unreasonable preju
dice interfered with this, his simple ant
honorable ambition, what hearty howl
attested to his keen sense of right ti
life, liberty, and the pursuit of sugar
until Borne true friend, more open t
conviction than bis bigoted progenitors
sot the sugar-bowl on the floor, and rc
stored tho equilibrium to the universe!
Certainly Hurry was tho baby thoug
to satisfy a reasonable mind. His ignc
rance was of the most approved patters
and penetrated every fastness in th
whole province of knowledge. He nc
i only, like Sir Thomas Moore, did nc
know Greok at three years of age, bu
he was very imperfectly acquainted wit
i English. Ho had never BO much o
heard whether there be any alphabet
He knew how to tumble all the eolian
j ribbons and trinkets out of the uppe
drawer into a kaleidoscopic confuBioi
He could toss Billy, the fireman, towal
the coiling in such eccentric orbits thi
he would be sure to strike against tt
j vase aud upset the flowers on his wc
down. But of any useful knowledge
or of any knowledge that promised to I
useful-be was destitute to a degree th
would have charmed the heart of tl
most devoted believer in vital statistic
Bat anothwr king arose who knew n
Joseph. Another baby must needs con
peeping and prying into the world, at
Baby Harry must abdicate. The badg
of his royalty must go. All his litt
oambrio flounces, all his lovely silke
j stitched flannel petticoats, the folds ai
tucks, and ruffles and ribbons, of his i
fantile grace-the insignia of his inn
aenoe, the vestiges of his Heavenly ci
ation-were to be ruthlessly rent awa
and he was to make his debut in t
straight lines and plane surfaces, a:
monotonous hues and unmitigated bi fr
oations of the unbeautiful sex, the s
whioh is not lovely in itself, aud whi
borrows no loveliness from its dress; 1
even the most thorough advocate of t
equality of the sexes moat admit that t
handsome man is but a rough and prit
tive creation compared with the hat
some woman, and that while the ph
woman, by correct combinations of co
and outline, can at least reduoe her pla
ness to its lowest terms, and sometin
combine it altogether ont of eight, t
plain man has nothing for it but to \
on his hat and coat und fight it out
j Of course we all know that Hui
must oome to it in time; but why an
? him prematurely in the sombre garme
of manhood? Why pat his awful bf
ignorance and innocence in such g
tesque contrast with his manly garb?
is only for his brief blossoming that
can hnvo the beauty of drapery. O
out of it, he returns, ho returns, be
turns no more. Onco robbed of
cambrics and muslins, and there rerun
for him tbrongh life nothing buta dre
waste of trowsers-a pitiless s tret cl
dun broadcloth scarcely brightened, <
tainly not relieved, by thu stiffness
starched and uncompromising lie
The time may come in tho flood-tid*
youth and love when he will put u I
quot in his button-hole. In his tamis
craving for color he may possibly indi
a blno-bordered handkerchief; but
for him the broad expanses of lusti
huos; never for bim tho rainbow ti
the sun-set blendings, wherein his si
may luxuriate. It is only the sb
sweet morning of his babyhood that
be tricked out in curve and coloi
feathers and flowers, and all funti
But the decree goes forth. Off cc
the bobbing little petticoats that 11
the obunky little sleeves so full of
chunky little arms, the baby waist
bas nothing in common with the ty
mau, and never so muoh as suggests
arrogance and domination of tho
pressing sex-and Baby Harry goes
breeches and oostaoies.
But I have my revenge. With
robes he han not put on the soul of i
hood. His awful innocence is too ?
from Heaven to be smothered by ju
and trowsers. He has by no menm
unlearned tho contortions and cl
ings, the crawlings and rollings o:
lost estate, and his clothes bavo
work to stay on. It is only by the
of their teeth that tho trowsers
connection with the jacket. He erne
from his dressing-room dainty and c
rous, "close-buttoned to tho cl
collar straight, shoes tied, stool
fast-a little man. An hour passes,
tbe little man has one shoe off, the s
of the other gone. Ono red stoc
has been displaced by a black anel \
striped one. with the heel cocked
Auntly over his instep, and tho <
stocking is reefed around the A
Both bare, brown, battered knees are j
surmounted with a white cotton crown,
and the minute breeches are tucked up j
as high os they will go around the
minute legs. Buttons' have treacherously
parted company with button-holes, and
alow and aloft bears Harry his flags of |
truce. Dear little dilapidated man
comical mockery and travesty of a man
minikin, midget, baby in breeches
such and so great confusion comes upon
all impatient and evil-minded parents
who are not content to wait tho flower's
slow unfolding, but will hove the tiny
and tender bad spring suddenly into the
"Harry Midget, come here and be re?
constructed. What did you seo at the
"A leffulent and a baby leffalentl"
"And where is Kutrinu gone?"
"Gone to Frank-an cisco!"-pulling |
ont for freedom.
"Stop! Tell mo what is the Japanese
" I-Aac/fc-O-RAI"-tugging mightily
"How much do you love me? Then
you shall go."
"And o gold locket!"
Bless the baby, with or without his I
"troublesome disguises," which, after
all, rather emphasize than disguise his |
SOUTHERN LAND AND IMMIGRATION
COMPANY.-The iooorporators of the
above company mot at the Astor House
on Monday, at 12 o'clock. From The
South wo compile the following report of
.Dr. W. H. Tutt, of Goorgia, was
i called to the Chair, and Capt. B. H.
True elected Secretary. The Act of in?
corporation was presented, whioh was
prepared pursuant to the provisions of
an Act of the State of New York, enti?
tled 'An Aot to authorize the formation
of corporations for manufacturing,
mining, mechanical and other purposes,'
passed February 17, 1843, and of the !
several Acts extending and amending
the same. This Aot of incorporation
gives the company full power to deal in
lands in all parts of the South, to form 1
colonies and to do a general real estate
business. After the Aot of incorpora?
tion was adopted, Col. W. S. Flippen, of [
Tennessee, was called upon and made
"The following is a list of corporators:
Wm. M. Lawton and George W. Wil?
liams, South Carolina; Hon. D. W.
Lewis and B. H. True, Georgia: Hon.
George Little, South Carolina; Gov. B.
M. Patton and Major W. H. C. Prioe,
Alabama; Com. M. F. Maury, Virginia;!
j Judge C. H. Dupont, Florida; Thomas
Tardrew, Louisiana; Hon. Ph. Lee An?
thony, Arkansas; Prof. J. G. Morey,
Texas; Judge B. H. Gresham and Dr.
B. J. Spa rr, Kentucky; Colonel J. L.
Power, Mississippi; Dr. W. H. Tutt,
Henry Morgan, and Charles E. Evans,
New York oity.
"The following gentlemen were se?
lected for trustees by a committee ap?
pointed for that purpose: Col. W. M.
Lawton, George W. Williams, Maj. W.
H. C. Prioe, Thoa. Tardrew, and Capt.
B. H. True. The following from the
Board of Trustees were nominated and
duly elected: President, Colonel W. M.
, Lawton, South Carolina; Treasurer, Geo.
W. Williams, South Carolina; Seoretary,
B. H. True, Georgia."
It is not easy to explain the alarming
faot that the attendance at the Boston
I jubilee is not so great as was expected.
j Certainly great crowds have poured into
the oity, but our special despatches show
that they have there disappeared; they
have not been Been at the concerts. Per?
haps the cavernous coliseum swallows
them and makes no sign they are lost in
its vast spaces. Bat the melancholy fact )
remains that tho performers largely out?
number tho audience. Meanwhile, art,
whioh owns no stock in the show, may
be consoled; the performances improve |
in quality, and the music was better yes?
terday thua on the day before.
\Neio York Tribune, 19t?i.
Tho case of Dr. E. F. Colzey, charged
with murder in Muscogee Superior
Court, in killing tho would-be seducer of
his daughter, was continued last week on
account of tho absence of witnesses for
the defenoo. If the Doctor provea by
them what ho says he can, the jury will
not bo long in finding a verdict of ac?
An old impostor named Bossy, who
used to bo a heart-smasher in Wilming?
ton, N. C., has wound up his Bassy-ness
at hard labor in an Austrian prison.
HOTEL ABBIVALB, June 21, 1872.-Nickerson
House-? J Outz, Mrs F Williams, Abbeville;
L M Irby, R O Watts, Va; T M Wilkes, Spar
tanburft; F Howard, Edgefleld; J F Martin,
N O; J A Sadler, Charlotte; GER Brainard,
J E Shepherd, NC; JD Turner, Winnsboro;
J E Eve, sister and two children, Mr and Mrs
i Ker Boyce, two children and nurse, Augusta;
Q W Alexander, Penn; C A Goodwyn.
MR. P. S. JACOBS 1B authorised to colinot |
all bills and aocounta due me and
receipt for the same. Parties indebted to mo
are respectfully solicited to make prompt
payments. ISAAC SULZBAOHER.
June 21.1872._June 22 G
Wood ! Wood!
/""i OOD PINE WOOD will be delivered at I
VJT the Depot of the Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad at $3.50 per cord.
Orders sent to mo will receive prompt atten?
tion. JOHN D. SMITH,
Jone 22 Gj_Hopkins T. O.
King's Mountain Military School,
TOURVILLE, S. G.
THE Sooond Sossion of the
School Year of 1872 will begin on
jthe 1st of July, and end on tho
;:>0th of November.
TEEMS.- For Sob .ol Expenses,
f. c., Tuition, Board. Washing,
Fuel, Lights, bouka, Stationery, &c, 1135 00,
er. val) io in nd va nc o
Circulars containing full information may
he obtained upon application to
COL. A. COWARD,
June 1 stu9 Principal and Proprietor.
Notice to O ap ita lists. \
Sale of Oily of Columbia Seven per cent, iona?,
OFFICE CITY TBEASUBY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 19, 1872.
PURSUANT to authority delegated by re?
solution, adopted by the City Council, I
will bull at public auotion, on WEDNESDAY,
July 17, 1872, ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
THOUSAND DOLLARS CITY OF COLUM?
BIA SK YEN PER CENTUM TWENTY YEARS
BONDS. Said bondB will be of the denomi?
nations of $250, $500 and $1,000; the proceeds
of the salo to be used for the erection of the
new City Hall, new Market, and other oublie
The right is reserved todiBpoBO of a part of
the eaid bonds in lots or in whole, as the
Mayor and Treasurer may determine.
Any further information desired can be ob?
tained by addroaaiRg CHAS. BARNUM,
June 20 City Troaaury^Columbia, 8.^3.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Tho State, ex relalione the Attorney-General,
?laiutiOf, vs. tho Greenville and Columbia
ladread Company, defendant.
James G. Gibbes, James It. Pringlo and
others, plaintiff*, vs. the Greenville and
j Columbia Railroad Company and others,
THE undersigned having, by order of his
Honor Samuel W. Melton, Circuit Judge
of the Fifth Circuit, dated June 18, 1872,
been appointed Referee on the above stated
oasos, to ascertain and report, among other
things, the amount ot indobtsdnees of the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Company,
with authority by advertiaement to require
all creditors to establish their respective de?
mands before him:
Notice i H hereby given to all and BID gular
the creditors af the said Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad Company, whether holdiig
bonds of the first mortgage, bonds or certifi?
cates of indebtedness guaranteed by the
State, bonds or certificates of indebtedness
of the second mortgage, non-mortgage bonds,
or claims of any other character, to prosont
and eatabliah their respective claims before
the undersigned, as Referee, at his office in
Columbia, South Carolina, on or before the
first day of October next, at which time his
report on such cl aima will be made np and
submitted to the Court in the said caees.
JOHN S. GREEN, Referee.
COLOMMA, S. C., June 19,1872.
State of South Carolina-Newherry Co.
CO URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Clacius A Witte-otherwise known as Clemens
ClaoiuB and Arnim F. Witte-plaintiffs,
againet A. HarriB-otherwiae known aa
Abram Harris-dofendaut. Summons for
Money Demand.-f Complaint not Served.]
To A. HABRIS-otherwiae known as ABBAV
HABBIS-defendant in this aotion:
YOU aro hereby summoned and required
to anewor the comulaint in this aotion,
i which haa beeu filed in the office of the Clerk
of tho Court of Common Pleas for the said
County, and to serve a copy of yonr answer on
the subscribers, at their office, at Newberry
Court House, in tho County and State afore?
said, within twenty days after the service of
thia BummonB on you, exclusive of the day of
If you fail to answer this complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plain ti ff a wiU take
judgment against you for the sum of one hun?
dred and seven dollars and fifty-seven
cents, with interest at the rate of one per
cent, per month from the fifteenth day of
Heptembor, one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-one, and costs.
BAXTER * JOHNSTONE.
Dated 13th May, 1872.
To the defendant, A. HABBIS- otherwiae
I known as ADHAM HABRIS:
Take notice that the summons, of which
the foregoing is a copy, was filed in the office
of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for
Newberry County, on the 24th day of April,
1872. BAXTER & JOHNSTONE,
May 18 aC_Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
State of South Oarolina-Hewberry Co.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Achilles D. Lovelaoe, Plaintiff, against Abram
Harris, Defendant. Summons for Money
Demand. [Complaint not Served.']
To ABBAU HABBIS, Defendant in thia action:
VOU are summoned and required to an?
swer the complaint in thia action, which
was filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Plea a for Newberry County,
on the 15th day of April, A. D. 1872. and to
serve a copy of your answer on the sub?
scribers, at their office, at Newberry Court
House, South Carolina, within twenty days
after the aorvioe of this summons on you, ex
oluBive of the day of service.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
tho time aforesaid, the plaintiff will take
judgmont against you for tho sam of three
hundred and thirty-nine 6-100 dollars and
? costs. BUBER & CALDWELL,
Newberry C. H.. May 13.1871. May 18 aG
CLEAVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS,
JTear Shelby, 55 mites West of Charlotte, N. C.,
T. XV. UK KV AIM), Proprietor.
Ay^jr-v\. THE Hotel will be open for
A/ffiy?V*" ? S tho reception of vieitora on let
"^yftfftJa' of June. I'aeiongera coming
K-T^TTTaaBaZon tho Wilmington, Charlotta
and Buinerford Railroad will be met by
tlaoks. Conveyances to other pointe pro?
vided at any time.
COLD and WARM BATHS-White Sulphur,
Red Sulphur and Chalybeate Water.
BAND OF MUSIC and other means of
amusement will add to the comfort and en
iovmeat of guests.
FARE first class. RATES-Single day,
$2.50; single week, (14; four weeks, 140. Chil?
dren under ten years old and colored servants
half price._June 20 5mo
STATE TREA8URY OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Jone 19, 1872.
RECEIVED ot W. L. SIMMONS, ESQ.,
Attorney and Agent of the Charleston
Joint Htock Company, of the State of South
Carolina, for the benefit of the 8tate Orphan
Asylum, "Two Thousand Dollars," being the
first annual instalment required under pro*
visions of the Aot of incorporation, passed
(Signed) N. G. PARKER,
Treasurer State South Carolina.
JOINT STOCK COMPANY
OK SOUTH CAROLIN A
Prepared for Business.
No. 133 Meeting Street.
W. L. SIMMONS,
June 2112 Managerand General Agent.