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PARIS, July 2.-There waa great disap?
pointment in tue Assembly wheo, upon
reading the text of the evaonation treaty,
it was found, although oertain districts
are to be gradually evacuated, Germany
has the right to maintain the full
strength of the army of occupation io
France until the war indemnity ia en?
MADRID, July 2 -The Government
has seat heavy reinforcements to Cata?
lonia to arum appreheodod disloyal d??
PARIS, July 2.-The trial by court
martial ot the woman Clarion, who
gained notoriety during the Communist
reign io Paris, for murdering a gendarme,
and the mao Phillipi, who was a promi?
nent member of the Commune, aud par?
ticipated in maoy of its disgraceful acts,
have juBt terminated. They were both
convicted and sentenced to be executed.
CHARLESTON, Joly 2.-Arrived
Steamship Gulf Stream, Philadelphia.
MEMPHIS, July 2.-In a quarrel over a
two-year old horse trade, Benjamin H.
Wray killed hi? brother-io-law, aod theo
himself. The affray occurred neat
Brownaville, Tenn. The parties are re?
CINCINNATI, Joly 2.-Wm. Smith, edi?
tor of the Price Current, and for a long
time Superintendent of the Chamber ol
Commerce, is very siok, with little hope
of bis recovery.
The wheat harvest is already fairly
under way throughout Ohio, althougt
the crop is thinner on the ground thai
usual. The beads aro unusually heavy
and well filled.
NEW YORK, July 2.-The police re
ported thirty-seven soo-atrokes yeater
day; several fatal. The thermometer, a
43 o'clock this morning, stood at ninety.
WASHINGTON, July 2.-The Baltimor
and Potomao Railroad opened this morn
ing. This breaks the chronic monopol;
between Baltimore and Washington, am
gives travelers the choice of either o
the great Northern and Southern com
binations, without the vexatious delay
to which an unfortunate choice heretc
fore subjected them. Hereafter, win
ther the Pennsylvania Central or tb
Baltimore and Ohio combination b
chosen, there will be no tedious aod ej
pensive delaya at Baltimore. The oe
road is io the Tom. Scott interest.
The President unexpectedly visite
the capitol to-day.
PHILADELPHIA. Joly 2.-Explosions i
the Elkin aod Middleton rectifying e
tablishment caused fire. 840,000 wort
of whiskey and $25,000 worth of reot
fying apparatus was destroyed.
Thermometer 92. Maoy sun-stroke
MILWAUKEE, July 2.-The printei
strike is weakening, though the 1 Fisco
?in conceded temporarily.
LONG BRANCH, July 2.-Longfella
won the race by twenty lengths; tin
4.34. Hembold's time for the same di
tance, over the same track, was 4.3354
Lyttleton, also belonging to Harpe
won the mile heats; time 1.45. 1.4
1.49. Molly Jackson /on the ha'f mi
dash; time 51 y?.
ALBANY, Joly 2.-The Seoate, ? - da
voted for the removed of J- ,a W
Cann. The vote stood or .rmatn
BOOTON, July ? ^w.mty fatal sn
strokes report ^p to Doon. A DUI
ber of others are in a critical conditio
NBW YORK. Joly 2-Evening.-T
Herald ass a long account from Stank
narrating his adven tu rea in reachi
TJjiji, where he came up with Livir
stone, whose story follows. ID Mare
1866, he io formed the Herald ex pl or
he started with twelve Sepoys, ni
Johanna men and seven liberated slav
and traveled np the Rovnma Riv
Before they had been gone long, t
men became frightened at the nature
the journey, and the reports of host
tribes np the conntry they were to p;
throngh. At length, they deserted hi
and as a cover to their cowardice
doing ao, circulated the report of
Livingstone proceeded OD his joun
in spite nf the revolution, aod af
some difh?ult marches, reaobed 1
Chambazi River, which he crossed,
foand that this was not the Portugu
Sorambezi River, os has been conj
tared; but on the contrary, wholly se
rate. He traced its source, found
nailed further on the Lualabahe, c
tinaed his explorations along its bat
for 700 miles, aod was convinced,
consequence, that the Chambazi is don
lese the source of the Nile, aod that t
will make a total length for the myi
river of Africa of 2,600 miles.
His explorations also establish tho i
that the Nile is not supplied by L
Tanganyika. He reaobed within
miles of the source, and explored
surrounding ground, when, finding h
eelf without supplies, he was obligee
return to TJjiji, and was in a state of t
titation there when met by the c<
mander of the Herald expedition, on
16th of October, 1871. The two
plorers left TJjiji and arrived at TJni
yembe toward the end of Noveml
where they passed twenty-eight days
gether, exploring the district. T
then returned and spent Obristmat
gether at TJjiji. The Herald explore!
rived at the point of sending thia
?ortant intelligence OD the 14th
larch, 1872, leaving Livingstone
TJnianyembe. As to Livingstone's
ther plans, ho will explore the N<
shore of Tanganyika Lake and tb<
mainiog 180 miles of Laalaba Ri
This heroaleao task he expects will
copy the next two years.
The Stock Exchange closes to-moi
at 2 P. M., and remains closed t
noon, on Friday.
? mad dog was killed at HUD
Point Ferry, last evening, after bi
two people. Another was killed c
Jersey ferry boat thia morning.
Among the witnesses on the St
trial to-day was Dr. Louis A. Sa
He testified that he found Fisk,
o'clock, io bed, with great pallor, which
satisfied witness that Fisk would die
(rom the great shook, which paralyzed
the whole surface of his body. He was
satisfied that he could not recover, and
advised sending for physicians, and that
Fisk make his will. Fisk never rallied
from injury by the wound to the sympa?
thetic nerves. The wound was mortal
from the beginning, whioh was his rea
son for giving bis opinion. To the
question, could aa amouut of opium,
more or less, have had any effect on the
final result, the witness answered, "Oh,
no; wounded as he was, be would have
The editor of the Cronista, a Spanish
paper of this oity, has the following de?
spatch from Manuel Marquez: The
steamer Faunie bad been barned and all
her cargo captured and oa shore. Pa
ralto and several others wera killed and
the rest captured. Important corres?
pondence wsB captured.
HAMILTON, ONT., July 2.-The wharf
from whioh vessels wvre leaving oa a
pleasure excursion gave way Sunday,
and a great number of persons were
thrown into the water. Three- children
Yesterday waa the hottest day kuown
for many years.
ASPINWALL, Joly 2.-Pemiall, of the
steamer Edgar Stuart, has, on the per?
suasion of President Coreozo, of bis
own accord, submitted to a formal arrest
for twenty-four hourn, in order to vindi?
cate the dignity of tbe State authorities,
whose summons he has heretofore re?
fused to obey. His safety and honora?
ble release was guaranteed by the Presi?
dent. Yioe-Gonsul Dill is as firm as a
rook, aad backed by Captain Davis, of
the United States steamer Wyoming,
and will hold the vessel for advice from
WASHINGTON, July 2-Evening.
Boatwell, Delano and Williams com?
posed the Cabinet to-day. The Presi?
dent departs to-morrow.
Probabilities-The barometer will pro?
bably continue to fall very generally on
Wednesday, without any important gen?
eral change in the weather, further than
j increasing cloudiness and more numer?
ous light local storms throughout the
region East of the Mississippi. Threat?
ening weather, possibly with rain, will
prevail in Northern New England.
CONVENTION OF IRISHMEN AT BALTI?
MORE.-A call has been issued for a con?
vention of the Irish American League,
to be held in Baltimore July 9, to coin
Elete tho work begun ia Cincinnati in
[ay last. Each branch of the league is
iavited to send one delegate, and all Li?
beral Irish American political associa?
tions are requested to seud representa?
tives to assist in perfecting measures for
a systematic support of Greeley and
Brown. The call ia signed by the fol?
lowing named membersof the Executive
Committee: Gen. George M. O'Brien,
Nebraska; Major M. Poland, Kentucky;
Thoa. Leonard, Kansas; Wm. J. Nichol?
son, New Jersey; Tbos. F. Meagher,
Vermont; John S. Mullen, Montana;
James Brennan, Iowa; Ja?. J. Rogers,
New York, Chairman of Notional Com?
mittee, and John M. Mccafferty, Mis?
souri, Secretary. .
SINKING OF A SHIP.-A curions acci?
dent' oconrred abont tea days since ia the
Georges Dook, Liverpool. At the Sooth
end of the dock the balk of aa old
man-of-war hos been moored since the
rebuilding of the dock in 1825, and used
as a ohnrch for the convenience of the
sea-faring population ia the locality.
Ooo night the watchman on board the
hulk discovered that it was sinking. Ef?
forts were made to pomp the water out.
whioh it was found had entered the hold
in large quantities. This attempt was
unsuccessful, and tho vessel sank gradu?
ally to the bottom, where she now lies,
the water reaching up to the port holes.
It is believed that the ravag?e of the rats
have been the cause of the disaster. A
diver was to make an examination of the
vessel, but it is conjectured that her con?
dition ia past recovery.
The small-pox in Washington has,
within the past few days, become much
more virulent in the neighborhood to
which it is confined; but, except on
Capitol Hill and the Inland, tho disease
has not appeared us an epidemic. It
rages most within a square or two South?
east of the capitol. There is one locali?
ty in that neighborhood bearing yellow
flags throughout its entire extent. An
average increase of three cases a day is
reported in that section of the city East
of the capitol. It is now proposed to
barricade some of the infected districts.
A tight rope was maliciously severed
and a female performer mortally injured,
at Shawneetowu, Ind., on the 20ih ult.
One of the lady's legs was broken in two
or three places, an arm and her jawbone
were also broken, and all of her teeth
knocked out. lu addition to this, she
sustained internal injuries. The citizens
were terribly incensed, and it is thought
if the fiend who out the rope is found,
he will be lynohed without ceremony,
with the remains of the rope.
RUMORED DEFALCATION.-There is a
rumor in these parts that a circuit judge,
not residing or holding court in the
third or fourth circuits, bas tamed up to
be a defaulter to the United States Go?
vernment in the sum of several thousand
dollars. Can any of our cotemporariea
give any information on the subject?
Can the Sumter New$ or Watchman
throw any light on the matter?
The Apaches recently attacked n party
of citizens between Prescott and Skull
Valley, Arizona, riddling their carriage
with balls, and shooting Joseph Gold?
water in the baok.
Daring a recent severe thunder storm,
the Hon. D. S Hammond, of Hanover,
III., lost 50,000 young trout, valued at
83,000. It is belioved that they died
from the effeotR of the lightning.
A Fond du Lao man was obliged to
order oradles for four one day last week.
FWmnu?M.1 an.? Commercial.
LONDON, July 2-Noon.-COOBOIB
92%. Bonds 91.
PAWS, July 2.-Bentea 53?. 85o.
LIVERPOOL,, July 2-3 P. M.-Cotton
opened quiet und steady-uplands il,1?;
Orlenos 11%; aalen 8,000 bales; specula?
tion and export 15,000.
LIVERPOOL, July 2-Evening.-Cotton
closed uoobaoged. Yarns and fabrics at
Manchester quiet aud uuobanged.
Nsw YOKE, July 2-Noon.-Cotton
nominal; salen 546 bales-uplands 25 ..i ;
Orleans 25%. Floor dull and 5@10o.
lower. Wheat dull aod declining. Cora
dull and declining. Pork quiet, at 13 20
"113.25. Lard dull-steam 9%@9>?.
Freights steady. Stocks dull. Gold
quiet, at 13^. Money easy, at 4. Ex?
change-long 9 J?; short W}?. Govero
monts steady. State hoods heavy aod
7 P. M.-Cottoo steady; Bales 903
bales-middling uplands 23.'.j; Orleans
25%. Flour-Southern dull and lower;
7 lo(f].9 25 for commun to fair; 9.30(2)
12.50 for good to choice. Whiskey un?
changed. Wheat dull aod heavy, aod
l(2)2o. lower; limited export deinaod, at
tho deoline-1.60(2)1.65 for winter rod
Western. Cora opened steady but
cloned heavy and lower, at 61}?@62>.<
per steamer, for Western mixed; 63(2)64,
per sail, for ditto. Bice steady, at 9CaX
9>?. Pork quiet aud steady, at 13.25.
Beef dull, at 7.50(2)9.50 for plain mess;
10.00(3*12.00 for extra do. Lard steady,
8}?(2)9%. Freights steady. Sales of
futures to-dav 12,800 bales, as follows:
July 23%, 24 ; August 24 7 16; Septem?
ber 22 3 16, 22%; Ootober 20%, 20 7-16;
J November 19%? December 19J6, 19 3-16.
Money unchanged. Sterling dull and
unchanged. Commercial bills scarce at
fall rates. Gold quiet, at 13%@13J?.
Governments strong aod uoobaoged.
Teoaessees firmer; new South Carolinas
off ^40. ; others very dull.
LOUISVILLE, July 2.-Flour dull; some
grades lower-extra family held at 6.75.
Corn quiet. Pork steady, at 12.00.
Bacon ?rm-shoulders 5%; sides 7)?(2)
iyK. Packed lard steady-kettle 9; con?
tracts 8^4, io tierces; kegs 10; orders )BC.
higher. Whiskey saleable at 84(2,85.
CINCINNATI, July 2.-Flour dull and
nominal, at email@example.com. Corn dall, at
48@49. Pork dull aud lower-oity
14 50. Lard demand light aod holders
firm-summer 8(2)8 J?; steam 8??@8??;\
kettle 8%(2)9. Bacon Bteady-shoulders
5)4; clear rib sides 73^; clear sides 7%
@7yz. Whiskey steady, at 85.
ST. LOUIS, July 2.-Flour dull and
unsettled; small business. Cora dull
and drooping-No. 2 mixed 37J.<(2)39.
Whiskey easier, at 87>?. Pork dull
small lots at 10.00(0)12.50. Bacon easier
-shoulders 5%(m?}., ; clear rib sides
7>a<&7%; clear Mides 7%@7J?.
NEW OiiLEANH, July 2.-Cottoo dull
and nominal-middling 241.,; receipts
10 bales; sales 460; stock 23,567.
PHILADELPHIA, July 2 -Cottoo dull
BOSTON, july 2.-Cottoo dull-mid?
dling 26%; receipts 33 bales; sales 200;
, stock 10,000.
BALTIMOBE, July 2.-Flour dull and
nominal. Wheat - oew choice white
1.70; fair to prime red 1.60(2)1.51; old
firstname.lastname@example.org. Coro-white 80(2)82; yollow
62; mixed Western 63??(2)64. OatB
mixed 44(2)45; white 47. Bye quiet and
uoobaoged. Provisions quiet but firm
Mess pork 13.50(2)13.75. Sboalders 6
Lard 9(2)9J?. Whiskey 90. Cotton dall
-low middling 25>?; receipts 73 bales;
I sales 21; stock 985.
CHARLESTON, July 2.-Cottoo nomi?
nal ; no price giveu; receipts 23 bales;
| stook 7,273.
NORFOLK, Joly 2.-Cottoo dall-low
middliog 24; receipts 50 bales; stock 835,
SAVANNAH, July 2.-Cottoo dull-mid
diing 24; receipts 37 bales; sales ll;
I stook 1.512.
GALVESTON, July 2.-Cottoo oomioal
-good ordinary 20}-I; reoeipts 16 bale?;
WILMINGTON, July 2-Cottoo quiet
middliog 24}.; ; stock 1,074 bules.
AUGUSTA, July 2.-Cotton weak-mid
diing 23}.<@23??; receipts 21 bales; eales
MoDiLE, July 2.-Cotton dull and no?
minal-middling 24; sales 100 bales;
The National Theatre, in Washington,
was the scene of a disgraceful perforin
auce ou Friday night, when an amateur
rendition of 'The Lady of Lyona," for
the benefit of the Little Sisters of the
Poor, wits being performed. For some
reason the main amateur did not render
himself popular, aud the cat calls and
jokes of the gallery, which formed a
more notable feature of the entertain?
ment than the drama itself, were suc?
ceeded by the throwing of cabbages,
beets, ?fcc, ou the stage. At last a young
kitten wus throwa ut tho performer.
The actor responded in angry and un?
becoming terms, and at the close of the
affair some difficulty was created by a de?
mand for payment by some of the pro?
fessionals who had assisted. It seems
impossible that in a oity BO well policed
aa Washington auch disreputable pro?
ceedings could have occurred.
PORT BOYAL RAILROAD.-During the
mooth eight vesania have arrived at the
battery loaded with iron for the road,
aod other vessels are uader way from
New York aod England. By the end of
the week the track will be laid as far as
Allendale, which is fifty-five miles from
Beaufort. From that point the track
will be laid at about the rate of tea miles
per week. At the Augusta end the work
is progressing as rapidly as possible
The Superintendent informs os that by
tho 1st of Ootober the bridge below Au?
sr?ste will be completed, and tho road
will be in running order to the terminus.
Io the meanwhile, at the battery every
thiog looks busy and business-like.
Stores and betels 1 re goiug up ready for
the fall trade.-Beaufort Republican.
Father Beckx, the "General" of the
Society of Jeane, will visit this oouutry
EN BOUTE TO THE ALBANY PENJTEN
n AK Y ,-Yesterday niter noun, under cus?
tody of United States Marshal Williford
?nd ten Yankee soldiers, eeven prisoners
from Alabama were brought through
this place from Montgomery, via the
Western train, en route to the Albany
(N. Y.l Penitentiary. Their names are
N. J. Young, Binggold Young, - Young,
- Gray, Neil Hackens and two others
whose names we did uot leam. One is 1
a son of Mr. Bird Young, the original
"Simon Suggs." Two ure over sixty
yours of age. All are of good personal
appearance. Ail but one was in chains.
They were charged and convicted in
Busteed's Uuited States Court of intimi?
dating voters, on evideuce of the most
worthless, ignorant uud despicable cha?
racter. They are to be imprisoned from
five to ten years and pay from 83,000 to
55,000. The fine will tuke everything
their families posseps.
[Columbus (t?a ) Sun, 20th ult.
Researches in Chinese archives show
that the architect who designed and the
engineer who built the great wall were
A lake has just been discovered among
the Oassade Mountains, iu Oregon,
whioh is surrounded by u perpendicular
wall 2,000 feet high.
' M. T. WALTE K, who diod at Oleaveland
Spring?, N. C., iu the torlj-eigih year of hie
At an extra communication of Columbia
Lotlge, No. 1?S, A. P. SI . tho fallowing pre?
amble and resolutions were adopted:
In terms similar to thin, wo are accustomed
to record thu passage of all immortals
through the shadowy portals which opon
(rom earth to the introit J. Tho brief words, |
ho waa born, he livtd, be died, suma up the
eventful human eareur tram tho cradle io vho
grave. Tho joy which bads the newly bora
spreads little boyoud the household. The
mature lire may make ita energies telt upon
the world's pulsation; but whether that life
belongs to tue quiet, unpretending citizen,
the eloquent statesman, or tho mighty con?
queror, yet when the curtain rises upon the
tbird act of the drama, Ibo silent Bbadow of
tho tomb seems to roach out to darknu and
obscure. Th? busy energies oi lite contract
to the narrow limita ol tho sick chamber.
Une by DUO, tbe chords which unite to the
busy multitude outside ar? severed. The
silent toot-fall and ead faces of a few true
friends take the places of the joy of life's
morning noise and glare ol' its noon. There
is ne houae from which the grim shadows of
death can be ?hut out. The bloom of youth,
Ibe strength of manhood and glory of agearo
withered in her icy grasp, as the Jato Howers
wither iu the frost of autumn, A mighty
angel spreads the shadow of immortal wings
above tue place, and the great and humbie
alike pass out into the iuvisib e light even
more quietly than they entered the world.
Tutu mat world sees in a paper, or heard
from th? solemn tongue of a hell, the last
words of life's c.immou history-he died, lt
is our ead and solemn duty to-night to re?
cord the death of Brother M M. T. VVALTEK, a
mau in whom there was no guile, who, like
a meteor, but for a tim? appeared to adorn
tho path in which Ue moved, nd leaves trace
of light behind, Tor "you may break thu vase,
shatter il at will, the scout of thu roses will
buger round it ali 1." Wo oiteu turu from
thu cheerful path of buey lite to meditate
with solemn thought and sacred awe thu ia
scrutiblu decree of Divine Providence which
deprives a devoted wife of an affectionate
consort and protector, aud severs, huk by
link, the chains that unite in bonds of bro?
therly love and affection, .brother WALTEI:
had attached himself tu the crail in early nfu,
and li .led with honor to himself aud satisfac?
tion to the crail all imoortaut and highortieca
of tho order. Through his untiring euorgy
aud assiduity, wu hail the establishing of
Columbia Lunga in this city, which ever
honored and esteemed him aa ita noblu
founder, and we are proud to point to his un?
sullied ino as a Utting example to the bre?
thren who have assembled here to-night to
abed a tear of corrow to bia hallowed me?
mory. But alas) twelve times has tho iron
tongue of time told (hy hour. Tho Supreme
Grand Master of the universe baa summoned
thee to the Supreme Qrand Lodge above,
and thou wert found duly aud truly prepared,
worthy and well qualified. Tho partiug with
loved ones which made thy bps quiver is over
at last. Brighter scenes than thou wurt
wont to behold iu the Oriental chair bend
a t>o vo thee uow. The assemblage of brethren
ol the mystic tie io not so grand and far more
sad than the escort of glorious spirits who
sang through thu azure blue vault ot Heaven,
of a death un earth and a birth on high; who
entered theo unto that Grand Lodge that
needs no gavel, compasa nor square; who lead
theo before that Grand Master of the uni?
verse, whoBe all-aeeing eye grueled thy en?
trance unto that lodgu ?tot made wah hands,
eternally in thu Heavens.
l'hoy summoned thee, dear brother. Thy
sickness was uulv to sever tho strong choido I
of mortality. Thy guide waited in the .saxe- |
lum sanctorum, aud smiled a welcome, while I
wo wept at paning. The} opened the doors
of thu Lodge above, whot-u golden hinges
turu so softly that mortal uar never hears
them; but wu who miss jon at our comm Ulli- I
cations, will plant the sprig of acacia above |
your hallowed dust, and when in hinom, will
i vor think of theo,dear biotin r, who, by the i
Hound of 'lie gavel of the Grand Master of
the Universe, wert summoned from monal
labor to retruslinicnt of immortality, in
token of respect and high regard the follow- j
iug resolutions were offered und adopted:
Resolved, That in thu said alllicuuu and re?
mov?,! from our midst ol our esteem? d and en?
deared brother, WM. T. WALTER.tho craft has
lust a brilliant and shining light, Columbia
Lodgu its main pillar, founder and support,
the community an honorable and mod ni cm
ion, and his bereaved widow a devoted com?
panion and protector.
Resolved, While wo aro deeply impressed
:>y the manifestations and tuevilablo decrees
)f Jehovah, WO reverentially bow iu humble
mbmission to Hie divine behest, llrmly trust?
ing that earth has no sorrow that heaven
Resolved, Au au evidenco of respect, the
members of Columbia Lodge v ear the badgo
>f mourning for thirty daja, aud our Lodge
tie draped in sad habiliments for tho same
fieriod of time, as, in a measure, expressive
A the void created amongst us.
Resolved, That our heartfelt sympathy and
mndolenco aro tendered to the bereaved and
mrviving partner of his bosom, trusting that
He, who is lather to tho orphan and guardian
to tho widow, may pour his healing balm to
ier nilli et ed and lacerated heart.
Resolved, That Columbia Lodge invito the
dater Lodges of this city to nnite iu thu re?
noval of tho remains of Uro UK r \> ALTER to
.bia city at a proper timo, at their own ex
lenso, and with Masonic honors; provided,
dich arrangements meet tho approbation of
he widow of our lamnntod brother.
Resolved, That lida preamble and these
'esolutiona be inscribed upon our minutes,
iud a blank page dedicated to hie memory.
Resolved, That tho forogoing be inserted in
ho daily papers of this city and Masonic
Tiding?, "and a copy of thewo proceedings be
ranrouittvd to tho widow oi our departed
IKz'ractfrom Minutes ]
L. CA lt lt, Secretary.
Columbia Lodge, 103, A. P. M.
JCLY I, 1872.
OUR Ranking Hou e will bu closed (or huai- !
nea* ou 4th instant, samo being a holi?
day. Papers falling duo on that day must be
anticipated. E. J. ?COTT, SON A CO.
July 3 1
ALL notes and acceptances falling doe An
, the 4th of July, i to-morrow, ) at the rjfice
of the Citizens' Savings Bank, muot be paid
tu-day, as provided by law.
J. n. SAWYER,
Assistant Cashier, in General Charge.
July 8_I I
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK.
COLUMBIA. 8. c., July 2,1872.
THIS Bank will be closed on the 4th July.
All note? and acceptances maturing on
that day must be paid on the 3d, as provided
by law. A. G. BBENIZEB,
July 3 1_Cashier.
SOCTU CAUOLINA BANK ASO TROST COMPANT,
J ULT 3,1872.
TU IS Bank will he closed TO-MOhROW
(Thursday), 4th instant. Dealers and
others will please anticipate business paper
maturing on that dav. J. C. ROATH,
July 3 1_Cashier.
THERE will bo a BARBECUE on Na-aan
leland, on the 4th. In order to exclude
intruders. Tickets will be sold at the landing
on this side of tho river.
July 3 1_C. R. FRANKLIN.
Richland Lodge No. 38, A.F. H.
JA THE Regular Communication of this
Lodgo will be held in Masonic Hall,
/V\THId (Wednesday) EVENING, at 8
o'clock. By order of the W. M.
July 31 O.A. DARLING, Secretary,
?r A meeting of the Board of Trastees
will be hold immediately after the closing of
ASPECIAL MEETING of the Board of
Health will be held in the City Council
Chamber THI3 AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock. A
full attendance of the members ia particu?
larly requested. Bv order.
THOMAS P. WALKER,
July 3 1 Clerk pro tem.
Fourth of Joly.
THE Ninety-sixth Anniversary of American
Independence will be celebrated on the
4tb inst. by appropriate ceremonies.
A procession will be formed in front of
I Cooper A Taylor's Hall, at half-past 8 o'clock,
i A. M., nuder tho direction ot C. J. CARROLL,
ESQ., Chief Marshal,
i Tue Declaration of Independence will be
read by John H. Bryant, Esq.
Addresses will be* delivered in Sydney Park
by Hon. Jamos D. Tradewell, A. W. Curtie,
KHI]., R. J. Palmer, Esq , and Hon. D. H.
The various Companies and Societies in th?
city are re meet ed to jain in the celebration.
Chairman Committee of Arrangements.
The United States of America-Sooth
JA" THE CIRCUIT COURT.
PURSUANT to an order made at the April
Turm, 1872. of the Circuit Court of the
United States, fur the District ot South Caro?
lina, dated May 3, 1872, notice ia hereby given
unto all whom it may concern that a special
session of the Circnit Court of the United
States, for the said District, for th? trial of
criminal causes, will be held ia the city of Co?
lumbia, commencing on the FIRST MONDAY
(5th) of Auguat, 1872.
i DANIEL HORLBECK,
July 3 w3 C. O^ C. U. S. for 8. C.
I Fourth of July Barbecue at Frost's
GREENVILLE A COLUMBIA R. R. CO.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., July 2, 1872.
PERSONS wishing to attend can le we Co?
lumhia by Regalar Passenger Train at
? 7.45 A. M., and return by Down Train, which
arrives at Columbia at 5.10 P M. Return
I Tickets for one fare (35 cents) can be pro?
cured at tho Ticket Office.
M. T. BARTLETT,
July 3 2 General Ticket Agent.
GENED KI. S?PEBINTENOENT'S Omo?,
GREENVILLE ANO COLUMBIA R. R. Co..
COLUMBIA, 8. C., July 2,1872.
THE Offices and Freight Depot of this1
Company at Columbia, and also Depots
on the line of Road, will be closed on THURS?
DAY, tho 4th instant, and no Freight will be
received or delivered on that day. The Pas?
senger Trains will run as usual.
July 3 2 General SnperintPndrnt.
FIRST OF THE SEASON.
?r>T RECEIVED AT
E. E. JACKSON'S
Julv 3 2 DHI G STOKE.
j FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY !
VERY FINE ORANGES,
Verv fine LEMONS.
Splendid assortment of FRENCH BON?
July 3 2 _Main street.
FOR THE FOURTH Ol'JULY !
Lots of Fun for Boy? ?nd Girl?!
None for Old Bo e Heads ! I
ROCKETS, ROMAN CANDLE8, BENGOL0
LIGHTS, WHEEL8, SERPENTS,
Ott ACKERS, TORPEDOES, Ac.
PAPER BALLOONS !
Will answer for Greeleyites or Grant men.
FLAGS, DRUMS, PISTOLS, &c. &c,
July 3 Hain street. 2
Citizens* Savings Bank of 8.0.
ALL 8AYING3 DEPOSITS made in tbis
Rank on or before the 5th day of etch
calendar month will boar interest for that
month as if deposited on the 1st Instant.
I J. C. B. SMITH,
i June 30 5 Assistant Cashier.
Notice to Capitalicts.
Snle of City of Columbia Seven percent. Bonds.
OFFICE CITT TBEASUBY.
COLUMBIA, B. C., June 19, 1872.
PURSUANT to authority delegated by re
Bolution, adopted t?v the City Council, I
will toll nt -public auction, on WEDNESDAY,
July 17, 1872, ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
THOUSAND DOLL-AUK CITY OF COLUM?
BIA SK YEN FEB CENTUM TWENTY YE ABS
BONUS. Said bonds will be of the denomi?
nations of $250, $500 and $1,000; the proceeds
of the Bale to be used for the erection of the
new City Hall, now Markot, and other oublie
Tho right is reserved to dispose of a part of
the said bonds in lots or lu whole, as the
Mayor and Treasurer may determine.
Any farther information desired can be ob?
tained by addressing CHAS. BARNUM,
Jeno 20 _ City Treasury. Oolmnbia.J* C.
BY mutual coneeut, aud for the benefit of
all concerned, I offer for rale a certain
piece, parcel or tract of LAND, containing
one hundred (100) acres, more or lese, situate
on the Winnaboro Road, three miles from Co?
lumbia, adjoining lands of C. J. Stolbrand, B.
K Scott and Theodore and Jeremiah Wind
horn. About half of thia tract of Land ia
cleared, and is in a very high state of cultiva?
tion; the balance in original forest and well
Upon the premises is a good Dwelling
Hou*e, Barna, Stables, and all necessary out?
buildings; a Well of moat excellent Water, a
fine Orchard and a quantity of tho best of
Thia place ii well watered, indisputably
healthy, and hae long been noted for its large
yiolda of Corn, Cotton, Wheat, Aa., Ac, it
being the homestead of John Windhorn, de?
For particular?, apply on the premises to
JUDO 30 mwsS* Executor.
For the Best of Summer Beading,
GET the Lives or the Great Music Masters;
of Beethoven, $2; or Handel. $2; of Mo?
zart, $1.75; of Mendelssohn, $1 75; of Rossini,
$1.75; of Chopin, $150; or of Schumann,
These are no heavy Biographies, but are
charmingly written and very entertaining
booka, as are
Mozart's Letters, 2 volumes each, $1.75;
Beethoven's Letters, $2;
Mendelssohn's Letters, 2 volumes each,
IteminiBceucea of Mendelssohn, $1.75.
To have a Jubilee at home, send for THE
WORLD'S PEACE JUBILEE CHORUSBOOK,
For a good work on Composition, buv BA
KER'8 THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL
To make Sabbath School children's eyes
sparkle, get that Oem of tho Season, the New
S&bbath School Song Book, entitled, SPARK?
LING RUBIES! By Asa Hall and Harry
Sanders, Esq., 35 cents.
Tho above books sent, post free, on receipt
of retail price. OLIVER DITSON A CO.,
CHAS. H. DITSON A CO.,
July 3 weV New York.
pr r. BOXES FIRE CRACKERS, for Fourth
Q\J of July purposes. HOPE A GYLES.
Preserving Kettles, Furnaces, &c.
At the Sign of th? Golden Padlock.
JUST received a fall supply ot PRESERV?
ING KETTLES. Charcoal FURNACES.
FRUIT JARS of the best makes, Preserve
SKIMMERS. ?fcc, io store and for sale at low
prices for cash, by JOHN C. DIAL.
Lime, Cement and Plaster.
QAA BARRELS fresh STONE LIME.
tJVj vj 100 barrels fresh Hydraulic Cement.
20 barrels fresh Galoined Plaster, for sale
at reduced prices, by JOHN C. DIAL.
Disaolntion of Co-partnership.
THE co-partnership heretofore existing
under the firm of CARROLL A SPELL?
MAN was dissolved on the let instant, by
mutual consent. Mr. JOHN AGNEW has
Burchased our entire stock of Carriages,
uggies, Ac, and will carry on the business
at our old stand, where we will be employed
and pleased to see our old customers Mr.
Agnew will also close np the business of the
firm of Carroll A Spellman, collecting all out?
standing debts, and paying the indebtedness
of the late firm. We respectfully solicit for
tue present proprietor a continuance of tha
patronage so libera Uv extended to the under?
signed. " A. F. CARROLL,
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 2,1872.
FBOM the above announcement ol Messrs.
CARROLL & SPELLMAN, it wUl be
seen that 1 have purchased their entire in?
terest iu their CarrUge establishment. Hav?
ing secured their services and that of their
employees I propose to carrv on the manu?
facture of BUGGIfcS and CARRIAGES, as
well as tho repairing of same, in all ita
branches. I also propose, in the fall, to add
to mv own manufactured goods a full stock
of NORTHERN VEHICLES, and will then be
prepared to offer to the public a stock supe?
rior to any in the.State In the meantime, I
will sell the present manufactured stock of
the late firm at reduced prices, to make room
for new work now in course of construction.
Mr. M. J. CALNAN will bu my agen: in
transacting the business of my Carriage es?
tablishment, and ia closiug up the affairs of
Carroll A bpallman. 1 respectfully solicit
from the public and the friends of the late
firm a continuance of their patronage, and
will use my best ifforts to deserve tho ?ame.
_Jaly 2 3_JOHN AGNEW.
Fourth of July.
?)K BASKETS CHAMPAGNE,
?iO 20.000 CIGARS.
Canuud Goods, Fruits. Nuts, Cakes and a
lot of other gonda suitable tor the 1th; also,
for Partios, Pio-Nica, Barbecues, Ac
?lune 25_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Meats, Smoked and Pickled.
FRESH to hand
Prime Smoked Tongues,
Prime Smoked Beef,
"Diamond" and "Orange" brand Hame,
Elm City Breakfast Strip?,
Elm City Sugar cured Pickled Rounds,
With full supply of standard and fanoy
Groceries, Spices, Ac, at low prioea.
Jnne 28_GEO. 8YMMER8.
New Batter and Cheese.
1 f \ TUBS ohoioeMty BUTTER.
JA / 10 boxea new cutting Cheese.
Just received and for sale by
June 6 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
THE best In markot, comprising all the
good qualities of FRUIT JARS, for sale by
Jone 95 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
A NO. 1 FAMILY HORSE, perfect
Qkfet ly sound sud gentle, sold on Iv on ac
JWWacoont ot the owners going North for
?M II ?the season. Apply at thia office.
Everybody is dolightcd with the QUEEN'S
DELTOUT. It corea all kinda of breaking out
of tho akin, boils. Ac