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T^mphlo^Fpreign News, '
Paxub, A^ril IG.?ThoFrcnohAcn.lerfly
elected Edward Saline, tho English g?n
cral and author, corresponding member
for tho class in geogmphy ?)nd; naviga
tion, vier. Antonio Marie Renn Ohasallon,
Hendaoe, April 15.?The Corlists sur?
prised Fort Aspe, near San hinder, and
carried off 200 prisoners and four guns.
Vienna, April 16.?It is reported that
tho Turks have killed 270 Christians in
Ronmanin and Bulgaria during the past
London, April 15.?The owners of her
Majesty's Opera House havo enjoined
Moodff Sauky from using the budding.
New OniJEANB, April 14.?Got. Kol
logg's messago to tho General Assombly
was sent in to-day. It is an elaborate
document. He says: "Tho occasion of
this extraordinary session marks a new
and, I trust, a better era in the history of
our State. The history of Louisiana,
since its incorporation into the Union, as
summarized in the messages of the suc?
cessive Governors, from G-ov. Cloiborne
to the recent times, has been unhappily
prolific of race antagonism and sectional
jealousies and disorders. Though second
to no State in natural advantages of cli?
mate, soil and products, it has fallen far
behind other less favored States in the
development of its resources and in the
cultivation of that homogeneity of feel?
ing and interest without which no com?
munity can be permanent or prosperous.
The causes of this lack of progress and
unity in the post have been us varied as
the ills that have resulted. Some are
beyond the pale of legislation; they con
only be remedied by the action of time
in removing present prejudices and eras?
ing the memory of past traditions.
Others are the result, of the peculiar
character of the population of the State
and the prevailing diversities of raoe, re?
ligion and language. Others again, nnd
these by no means the least considerable,
have sprung from the improvident and
oppressive legislation of late years, in?
cluding that of 1865 and 1867, which
have managed to subordinate the mate?
rial interests of the State to the enforce?
ment of partisan purposes and the
Secnniary- aggrandizement of indivi
uols. j It would serve no good purpose
to review in detail the events of our re
cent history. The unfortunate past, I
with whatever mistakes and wrongs may
have been committed on either side, is
before yon. . The consequences of these
mistakes and wrongs, more eloquent than
any language I could use, are also before
you. It is your privilege to correct, re?
medy or at least alleviate them, and,
more important still, to' offer guarantees
that such events shall not.cgoin occur.
After a political contest, the length and
bitterness of which have been unparal?
leled, a poliey has at last been adopted,
which, 1 think, should have been tried
at first, and -which, I trust, will afford an
immediate and satisfactory solution of
the difficulties that have beset us for
years and entailed misfortune and dis?
tress npon the people. It is a most hope?
ful sign in my opinion when,- as now,
citizens of all political parties seem in?
clined to take the management of this
affair into their own hands and,' sinking
party aims, unite to advance the general
Regarding the State revenues and
their collection and disbursement, the
Governor expresses the opinion' that the
present system is too onmbersome, ex?
pensive and unjust, and should bo radi?
cally changed. The Governor then de?
tails the changes desired, and gives a
resume of the State finances, which show
a reduction in. the State debt of $3,065,
926 since 1878. < ?? | ; - (
Tho Governor has vetoed the new city
charter bill of New Orleans, stating that
he did so at the request of a committee
v ' of the Merchants' Exchange, 'Cotton Ex?
change and Chamber of Commerce, who
were preparing city measures themselves.
He also vetoed an Act legalizing a large
amount of indebtedness said to be due
to the State charitable institutions; also
an Act authorizing the Parish of Pointee
Coupoo- to issue bonds, on the ground
that ouch on Act would encourage ex?
travagance, and increase the Parish debt;
also an: Act depriving the Democratic
City Sheriff of his fees, on the ground
that the. redactions made in the payment
for feeding prisoners were excessive and
would work publio injury. >
The House was called to order by
Speaker Hahn, who announced that since
' tue adjournment, three members had
como forward and been Bwom in. W.
W. Carlos, of Webster, announced that
he did not recognize tho legal existenco
of the Hahn House. The Speaker called
for the members entitled to seats to step
forward and bo Bwom in, and Mr.
Carlos was among the first. All the
other Conservative members took tho
oath. The following resolution was of?
Whereas, O. B. Beasley, E. T. Dugas,
Jas. Bryoe, J. F. Scales, Charles Sch?ler,
E. Kidd, Janus Jeffries, R. C. Luckott,
G. W. Stafford, Edward W. McCullum,
* W. H. .Koys and G. A. Kelly, respective?
ly^ claim that they wero elected at the
last general eleotion In this State to seats
in'the Hanse from their respective pa?
rishes, .but said seats were not. awar ded
to .them by the Returning Board; there?
Ktsolvtd, That the Committee on Elec?
tions shd Qualifications be directed to
iuqniro into the validity of said claims
respectively, and report their/ conolu
h ion to tho Hons o at ita noxt nltfcing.
This resolution -covers this ground' of
award's* far.as the. House is oonoerned.
The committee will doubtless report in
favor of seating the members named. A
communication was received from the
Clerk (6f the National Hoase of Ropro
. sentativoguenoiosing tho preamble and
resofc&eX*- ^opitft to: 'Loui?
siana, and including a TOSflU?pn recog?
nising XeHbgg as Governor. It' was re?
ferred Ho tie- shme ^omtaitteV TMr.
Stewart! in. colored rnombor, ! won tod to
know if the award was hnforn Ihn IIa"ua
Tho Speaker informed the moinbor that
he, ?s Speaker, did not know anything1
about-the award; that' the'House was
sitting under th& caU of?;the Governor.
Several yeto messages were received from
tho Governor, after whioh the House, ad?
journed nrmito-rnprrow ii'rion. .
Mr/'^?fesler wiV to'GoVi'? Keuogg's
private office during tho greater part of
the day, doing everything to, his power
to make the comproralco a success. ,
CinoAoo, Aptlto^ln Uhe in^r-Suv.*
WIM .tomjameja?, ^this > a?ernponf,
I_i i-Ji 1,TWt""r I I I I
beat Shaw, of .Indiana, 300.to 210; Mag
giola, of Louisiana, 'beet Liverman, of
Wisconsin, 200 to 230. In to-night's
billiard matcheH, Carter, of Ohio, neat
Parker, of Chicago, 200 to 245; Burleigh,
of Michigan, beat Gallager, of Ohio, 200
to C7; Maoafee, of Iowa, beat Hoa, of
Louisiana, 200 to 02.
Bobton, April 15.?Henry W. Dutton,
senior proprietor of the Lcenimj Trans?
cript, is dead; aged twenty-nine.
New YonK, April 15.?Sharky is hero.
He slipped his handcuffs ten times dur?
ing the journey, and once attempted to
jump overboard. He is greatly de?
The injunction agoinst free passes will
compel Grant and his party to cash up
over tho New York, Now Haven and
Hartford Railroads, thither and hither
from tho centennial of the battle of Lex?
Fullerton being sick, Tilton business
adjourned io Monday.
Kingston advices say the cause of the
meeting of laborers was the burning of
the fields by sparks from locomotives,
the supposition tit tho time was that the
laborers had fired tho estates. All quiet
now and tho gun-boats and troops re?
turned to Port Itoyal. Haytien advices
report much disturbance; several parties
have fled to the English and American
Consulates for protection, whore they
remain safe from arrest by the Govern?
Canadian despatches report a general
opening of navigation of the St. Law?
Washinoton, April 15.?General A.
Beckwith has been assigned to duty as
Probabilities?For the South Atlantic
States and Tennessee, partly cloudy
weather, Souith-west to North-west
winds, stationary or falling temperature
and slowly rising barometer during Fri
Milwaukie, April 15. -Wagner's brew?
ery at Sparta is burned; loss, $00,000.
New Yobk, April 15.?Thos. P. Wend
over, a vetenin of 1812, is dead.
New Orleans, April 15.?The report of
theJCommitteo on Elections, embodying
the terms of the award, was adopted in
the Honso?82 to 15. Most of the mem?
bers displaced made speeches, intimat?
ing their acquiescence. Mr. Poindexter,
of Assumption, one of the colored mem?
bers ousted by tho award, said ho had
the satisfaction, in giving up his seat, to
know that his old master, who had al?
ways been just and kind, would take it:
this was an honor which did not occur
every day. The joint resolution recog?
nizing the Kellogg government, anil
pledging the members to support the
efforts of tho Governor in the line of re?
form and good government, was adopted
by the House?89 to 18.
_ Charleston, April 15.?Tho Senato?
rial excursion party arrived here, last,,
evening, and are to-day visiting Fort
Sumter and other points of interest in
tho harbor?the United States steam
revenue cutter being tendered by the
Collector for the purpose. They leave
for Washington to-night,
Charleston, April 15.?Arrived?
Steamship Equator, Philadelphia.
San Francisco, April 15.?Advices froni
San Diogo report outrages by the
Apaches; three men with a pack train
and mail rider were killed. The troops
recovered tho pack train.
HARRmnuno, April 15.?The law taxing
the franchises of coal mining corpora?
tions three cents per ton has been de?
clared unconstitutional, and will be ap?
New York, April 15.?Walter J. Brown
A Son, wool dealers, failed.
Yesterday's Market Reports.
New York?Noon.?Money 3. Gold
];>'. Exchange?long 4.87; short 4.90A.
Cotton dull; sales 900?uplands 16$:
Orleans 10J. Futures opened quiel and
easy: May 16 11-32; June 168@16 11-1G;
July 1615-1G?16 31-32; August 17J.
Pork quiet?moss 20.25. Lard firm
steam 15J. >'/ I <
7 P. M.?Money easy??2(?.3. Sterling
strong and higher?4.87. Gold dull?
15J(?>15b Governments activo and
strong?new 6s 163. States quiet and
steady. Cotton net receipts 403; gross
610. Futures closed firm; salos 2'J.IOO:
April 165-10(3)16 11-32; May 16 11-3267'.
16jj; Juno 16 21-32@16 11-1(5; July
16 31-32; August 17J; September 1(5 27-32
?16J ; October 16J?10 13-32; November
10 5-32@10 7-32; December 16 3-l(ifel(5\;
January lGjj. Cotton dull; sales 1,0(50, at
lfi?. Southern flour dull and declining
?firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat 1.25@L4ll. Corn
heavy and l?2c. lower?92(?)92i< Cof?
fee quiet anil firm. Pork heavy- 22.50
now. Lard unsettled and lower?15 9-10
cash prime steam. Whiskey firmer?
14A. Freights lirmor.
Baltimore. ?Cotton quiet -middling
163; gross receipts 159; exports Great
Britain 375; coastwise 91; sales GO. Flour
Spiiet and unchanged. Wheat quiet and
ower?1.25(VA1.37k Corn weak and lower
?88?90J. Pork 22.50. Bacon steady
and inactive?shoulders 9J(<i)9J. Lard?
refined 153(?)1G. Coffee strong ?ordinary
to prime Rio, cargo, 16?18J. Whiskey
active?1.13(5)1.14. Sugar firm and active
Ghicaoo.?Flour quiet and unchanged.
Corn buoyant and unsettled?No. 2
mixed regular 71@71J; rejected winter
68J; fresh 71(n)7?. Pork lower, unset?
tled and in fair demand?21.75. Lord
demand light and holders firm?15.35.
Louisville.?Flour unchanged. Corn
firm?72(a)71. Provisions advancing ten?
dency and firm. Mess pork22.00(g>22.50.
Bacon- ahouldors 9j}; clear rib and clear
121(&13 packed, prime lard?steam 15?
?IS}. Whiskey 1.12. Bagging firm?
Cinclnnatl r?Flour firm. Corn firm
72@75. Pork firm?22.00?22.15. Lard
firm?steam 15$; kottle ity(a}l$k Bacon
firm?shoulders 91; clear rib'and cloar
12A@13. Whiskey firm?1.12.
.-,t St. Louis.?Flour in good demand for
low and medium, grades, which aro
scarce. Corn dUlLand drroping?No. 2
'mixed 73(rn7?. Whiskey steady?1.11.
I Pork firm?22.00. ' Bacon firm and only
limited jobbing demand. Lard nomi
nally 15. j,. , . , .
Philadelphia. ??Cotton ', dull?mid?
dling 16|; net receipw 68; gross 74.
I Memphis.?Cotton quiot and steady?
middling, 154?15J; i net receipts 190;
shipments 586; solos 850.
GAtVESTON.?Cotton 'steady and free
Otterings?middling fWjf net receipts
570;mm P81; ?alW hW&l '
Norfolk.?Cotton, quiet . and nn
chahgod?middling 15}; net receipt?
814; exports ooastwiAO 725; salos 200.
, , 'i\ 1 j J J j ,.? , ...
Bobton.-?Cotton quiet - middling 10};
net receipts 37; 'gross' 189; exports Great
Britain 483; soles 488. - '?
Auootta.?Cotton quiet and steadv?
middling 15}; net receipts 267; sales 184.
New On leans. ?Cotton quiet and un?
changed?middling 15J; net receipts 164;
gross 291; exports Great Britain 2,429;
Satannah.?Cotton dull ?middling 16};
low middling 15g; good ordinary 14g; net
receipts 486; oxports coastwise 614; sales
MomxE.?Cotton quiet?middling 15?;
net roceipts 70; gross 70; exports coast?
wise 313; Bales 1,000.
Chajvleston. ?Cotton steady ?middling |
16i; net receipts 312; exports coastwise
811; sides 700.
London.?New 5s 3A. Eries 27J-. Street
rate 3 5-16 -which is 3-16 below bank.
Bullion increased ?10,000.
Livehpool?3 P. M.?Cotton quiet -
middling uplands 8; Orleans 8B(a\8\;
sales 12,000, of which American was
7,100; speculation and export 2,000;
basis middling uplands, nothing below
low middling, deliverable April or May, 1
7 15-16: June or July, 8J; basis middling
uplands, nothing below low middling,
deliverable May or June, S.
On the 14th inst, at the residence of |
Dr. Thos. T. Moore, by the Bov, A. T.
Porter, of Charleston, THEODORE G.
STARK to KATE WEST, second daugh?
ter of Jerome H. f lawyer, Esq. No cards.
?Sf* Richmond (\a.) Dispatch please j
The friends und*ncqunintancos of Mrs.
CATHARINE KRUSE arc invited to at?
tend her funeral, at the Lutheran Church,
I THIS AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock.
The Gro u.it of All Medicines
TS HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
JL for purifying the Blood. For sale at
his Drug Store. April 10 t
C1HOICE MESS MACKEREL.
J No. I, 2 and 3 MACKEREL.
Just opened and for sale low, at retail,
by JOHN AGNEW & SON.
Davis' Diamond Hams.
FULL supply of those choice ILVMS
just received and for sale by
Vpril 16 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Several Fine Males,
ARE offered for sale, at fair
prices. Apply to C. HAMBERG,
near C, C. A A. R. R.
Rioh'and Lodge, No. 39, A. F. M.
a AN EXTRA communication of
thiB Lodge will bo held at Masonic
/V\Hall, THIS (Friday) EVENING,
at 8 o'clock. The E. A. Degree will he
j conferred. By order of the W. M.
April 16 1 E. R ARTHUR, Seo'y.
NOTICE is hereby given that I, W. P.
Hix, surviving partner of the firm
I of WEARN & HIX, will make my final
I settlement of the business of the said
firm, with the administratrix of the
estate of Richard Wearn, on tho 12th
day of MAY, 1875. All persons who
have claims agains the said firm will
present tho saiuo before that dato for
payment, and all persons still indebted
to the said firm are requested to make
payment W. P. HIX.
Arnn. 15, lN7.r?.
Notice is hereby given that Margaret I
R. Wearn, administratrix of the estate of
Richard Wearn, deceased, has applied to j
I Htm. B. L Boonc, Judge of Probate, in
and for the County of Richlond, for a
final discharge as such administratrix.
It is ordered, that tho 12th day of]
MAY, A. D. 1875, be fixed for hearing of
petition, and a final settlement of said
estate. B. L BOONE.
Judge of Probate, Richland County.
April 10 112
Proposals for Military Supplies.
Office Cn ief ?uabteivmasteb,
Department of the South,
Louisville, Ky., March 31, 1875.
SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate,
under the usual conditions, will be
eccived at this office, and also at the
'ffieos of the United States Quartermas?
ters at the several posts named below,
until 12 o'clock M., on WEDNESDAY,
the 12th day of May, 1875, at which time
and plnoo they will be opened in the
presence of bidders, for the delivery of
military supplies during the fiscal year,
beginning July 1, 1875, and ending June
30, 1876, as follows:
Wood, Coal, Corn, Oats, Hay and
Straw, at the following named posts:
Louisville, Lebanon, Lancaster and
Frankfort, Ky.; Nashville, Humboldt
and Chattanooga, Tenn.; Huntsville,
Mount Vernon and Mobile, Ala.; Atlanta
nnd Savannah, Ga.; Charleston, Colum?
bia, Yorkville and Newberry, S. C.; Fort
Johnston, Fort Macon, Marion and Ra?
leigh, N. C.; and St. Augustine, Fla.
BidB for ony portion of tho supplies
will be entertained.
The Government reserves -the right to
reject any or all bids.
A preference will be given to articles
of domestic production.
Blank proposals and printed circulars,
showing the estimated quantities required
at each post, and giving fall instructions
as to the manner of bidding, and the
terms of contract and payment, oan be
obtained by personal or written applica?
tion to the Quartermasters at the various
posts or to this offloo.
JAMES A EKEN,
April 16 thmi Chief Quartermaster.
Great Bargains at Solomon's.
HARDY SOLOMON bos roduoed
BUTTER ten cents a pound.
Good Mountain Butter 20 cents nor
[ pound. April la
AFIRST CLASS MACHINE HAND.
None but competent hand need
I make.apallcation.. Apply to jl
Quito a Move.
EE. JACKSON is moving to the fine
? building ?h'Main street, opposite
1 the City Hall, where he will koep on
hand a fine stock of DRUGS, &c.
April 10 6
Regular Meeting City Council.
? " Columbia, 8; G., April 14. 1875.
Council met at 7.30 P. M. Present?
His Honor the Mayor John Alexander;
Aldermen Cooper, Pugh, Davis, Wells,
Simons, Purvis, Carr, Thomas, Carroll
and Brown. The minuteH of last regular
meeting were read nnd confirmed.
Petitions of A. Wittvogel, C. Mordooai,
E. Hunt, Howie A Alien, S. E. Black
well and L. Davis wero referred to Com
mitteo on Licenses. Petition of M. E.
Carr was referred to Committee on Ways
and Means. Mayor nnd City Treasurer
to draw up notes prayed for in such
manner us to provide against the use of
the collateral in any way until after the
1st March, 1870. 'Petitions of E. J.
Scott, Hutchinson, Dial und Meade were
also referred to Committco on Ways and
Means. Petitions of Hagood ATreutlen,
C. Anderson, several citizens on Elm
wood Avenue and L. Hilter were referred
to Committee on Streets. Petition of
Cooper & Taylor was, on motion of Al?
derman Wells, grunted. Petition of
hackmen was, on motion of Alderman
Thomas, granted. Petitions of S. B.
North and Melton A Clurk were referred
to Committeo on Water Works. Petition
of H. D. Scott to be handed back to him.
Resignation of Policeman R. Bright
On motion of Alderman Pugh. on pe?
tition of Glass, the Mayor was requested
to appoint a committee of throe.
The petition of M. Ehrlich was referred
to Committeo on City Lamps.
Order of H. Madden, on motion of
Alderman Cooper, was laid on the table.
Communication from tho City Attor?
ney was laid over to next meeting.
Letter of C. Stoats was received as in?
Bills against the city from sundry per?
sons were referred to Committee on Ac?
Alderman Carroll, from Committee on
Accounts, reported back the following j
bills, and recommended payment: Alms i
House, Hospital and indigent poor,
John Alexander, $10; Pagan Bros,,
$44.00, Guard House; John Alexander,
$2.2'.?, City Park; J. 0. Dial, SlO.fc.l.
streets; John Alexander, $63.01; R. Han
nan, $38.50; John C. Dial, $11.45, new
Opera House: B. E. Plumer. $134.50.
Application of P. Spellmun for tavern
license was referred to Committee on Li?
Alderman Carroll moved that the beef
contract be awarded to W. D. Starling A
Co. at 5 cents per pound.
Roport from Committee on Streets was
received as information.
Alderman Carroll moved that report of
committee on B. Holmes' petition be
Alderman t -urr. from Committee on
Market, reported back report of Clork of
Market us correct
Alderman Simons, from Committee on
Guard House and Police, reported back
report of Chief of Police as correct On
motion, ordered report to be published.
Omen Cmxr or Police,
Columbia, S. C. March 1, 1875.
To the Ifotiorable the Mayor and Alder?
men of the city of Columbia?Gentlemen: ]
I beg leave to submit the following re?
port for the month ending 28th Febru?
ary, 1875: Total number of arrosts made
during tho month of February, for all
grades of crime and offences, were 203;
of which 234 wero males and 2.! females -
61 whites and 202 colored. The follow?
ing statement shows tho grades of nil
o/imes and offences committed within
the city limits during the past month,
ending 2Sth February, 1875: Committing
nuisances. 7; violating ordinances, 19;
creating disturbance, 25; suspicious cha?
racters, IK; resisting police, 10; shooting
in city limits, 08; shooting sling shots.
51; drunk, 31; disorderly, 19; grand lar?
ceny, 1; petit larceny, 7; swindling, 2;
fast driving, 3; disorderly house, 2?
total, 203. The following disposition
was made of persons arrested during the
past month, ending 28th February, 1875:
13 served their time, of which they
worked 85 days; 3 wero turned over to
Trial Justices; 15 wero turned over to
their parents for correction, and 105
were discharged by his Honor the Mayor.
Tho. following statement shows the
amount of lines collected by tho Police
Department, for the month ending 28th
February, 1875: Total amount assessed,
$393; total amount collected, $100; col?
lected from public balls, hogs and
Expenses Chief of Police for the month
ending 28th February, 1S75, as per petty
cash of Police Department: Brooms,
$1.30; buckets and cups, $1; blacking.
$1.20; case of Herman. $5; Joe Randall's
rase of Black, $2.50; cartage prisoner,
50 cents; cartridges, 75 cents; Cooper A
Taylor, corn and fodder, 95.20; brooms.
$1.50; medicines. 50 cents; John Lee,
special detective, $2; medicines, 15cents;
Policeman Bright, $1.25; Policeman
Avory, $1.50; Policeman Robertson, $1;
Sergeant Williams, $2; hanging gate, 75
cents; corn for hogs, 50 cents; cartage.
Young, 50 cents; postage stamps, 50
cents; Police Oonnell, $3; Randall's spe?
cial detective, $2.50; soap, 25 cents; Po?
lice White, $5; coko, Guard House, 50
cents; John Lee, special detective, $2:
Policeman Golden, $2,50; Randalls,
$2.50; bacon, $1.25; eartage prisoner, 50
cents; Policeman W. Robertson, $7; Po?
liceman Lomax, $7; Sergeant Williams,
$2.50; Joe Randalls, $2.50; Policeman
Lomax, $1; John Lee, $1; Policeman
Lomax, $1; Policeman Avery, $1; Ser?
geant Williams, $2.50; cartage prisoner,
60 cents; Cooper A Taylor, $1.75; Ser?
geant Blizzard, $6; Policeman Lomax,
$15; Cooper & Taylor, $3.50; Policeman
Goodwin, $5; Special Doteotive Randalls,
$1.50; Poliooman Lomax, 50 cents; Ser?
geant Blizzard, $1.50; Policeman Stowors,
$1; Sergeant Williams, $5; Policeman
Stowors, hogs arrested, $3; Policoman
Stowers, horse arrested, 50 cents; paid
to City Treasurer, as por receipt, $10;
Captain Nixon, $47.25?total, $188,50.
In conclusion.- I would say, that I have
ordered 112 yards cloth, as per order
Gnard House Committee, for uniforms
for forco. I find that tho present police
force is Insufficient for the protection of
person and property, and would recom?
mend that tho force bo inorcaeod to 24
men. At times there are bat 5 men pa?
trol ing tho city, out of a roliof consisting
of but 8 men. I havo the honor to be,
very respect .fully, your obediont servant,
MARION F. NIXON,
?? Chief of Polioe.
Columbia, S. C, Maroh 1, 1875.
There were 19 applicants for lodgings,
4 colored and 15 whites, daring the past
month. There were 9 alarms of fire, 2
of which were incendiaries, 2 from de?
fective dues; the balance were false
alarms, or from the burning of chimnien.
Thero was one death in the Station House
during the past month?from what cause
I was unable to barn, but from the state?
ment of City Physician, the cause was
from the effects of liquor and the poison
from a cancer in the moutb. I would j
state, that the coll occupied.by the pri?
soner was the mist com fort aide in the
Station House, and that t'no prisoner was
visited frequently during the night by
the house-keepers. All of which is r<
:.i.'\Ki\)%i F. NIXON.
Chief of Police.
Aldernmn Simons moved for an eld
tion of three (3) police
Alderman Pugh moved that we vote by
Ward No. 3 recommended Samuel
Williams. On motion of Alderman Car?
roll, the recommendation was adopted.
Ward No. 2 recommended W. J.
Thomo? and C. White. On motion, re?
commendation was adopted.
Alderman Pugh moved that the con- I
tract to whitewash the City Market be
awarded to Levi Thompson at his price,
On motion. Council adjourned.
RICHARD JONES, City Clerk.
THIS well-known es-1
itablishmem, located on
[the corner of Taylor and |
F Sum tor streets, is offered
for rent, to nn approved tenant Par?
ticulars can be obtained bv addressing
J. A. HENDRIX,
A]nil Iii Columbia, S. C.
toi? B?liS w'wmi.
Father Kemp's Old Folk's Concort
Tunes. (40 Centa.1
1"; OUlr. F?\k*n Xote "Books are printed
at our Shoppe, from whence ice send them,
/'?>str-Pauii>; on ye receipt of ye retaile
price. 0)dc and Vunge live ye Anvient
And more popular every season, are j
Ektheb, the Beautifll Queen, [50c.;]
Daniel, [50c.;] Belkhazzab's Feast,
[50c.;] Floweb Queen, [75c.;] Pic-Hie,
[$1.00;] Haymakebs, [$1.00;] Ccltbit
Fat, [$1.00;] Mubiual Esthuslvst, [50c.;]
WrsTEtt Evening Entebtainment, [$1.00.]
May be given with or without costumes.
Fine Collections of Easy Music.
Winner's Band of Four?$1.00.
Musical Garland, Violin. Piano accom?
Musical Flowers. Flute, Piano accora* ]
pan i in cut ?$2.50.
Violin Amusements - - $1.50.
Flute Bouquet- $100.
Sold by all the principal music dealers.
Sent, post-free, for retail price.
OLIVER DITSON iCO., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITSON & CO.,
April 17 sw^ 711 Broadwuy, N. Y.
FI REINSUR ANCE.
Merchants' and Mechanics' Insurance
Company, of Virginia,
NO. 121-1 Main street, Bichmond. Va.
A. Y. STOKES. President: J. B.
MOORE, Secretary: J. B. WILSON, As-1
sistant Secretary. Statement Jonuarv 1,
United States Bonds.$ 45,900 00
Richmond City, Va?, Consols
anil First Mortgage Rail?
road Bonds. 110,009 45!
Loans on Real Estate. 20,071 59
Loans on Collateral. 30,085 00
Other Loans. 28,525 15
Cash in Bank.$51,047 00
Cash in Office. 2.005 35
- 53.113 25
Interest Accrued. 7,430 7(i
Premiums in Course of Trans?
mission. 20.237 14
Losses Reported, Adjusted,
and being Adjusted, but
Not Due. $14.489 10
HAGOOD & TREUTLEN,
Agents. Columbia, S. C.
Annual Statement January 1, 1875.
Cash on hand and in Bank $70,728 05
United States and other
state Bonds. 94,237 00
? C nmt v, City and other Rail?
road' Bonds. 43,950 00
Bank and other Stocks_ 57,440 00
Real Estate. 43,035 53
I Loans and Collaterals. 280,507 21
I Loans on Bonds and Mort
| gages. 103,742 05
; Bills Receivable, (first class
commercial paper,). 281,574 '31
Interest due and accrued . 8,051 02
Premiums in course of col?
lection. 38,059 59
Miscellaneous . 9,593 30
Outstanding losses, $13,510 35.
HAGOOD & TREUTLEN, Agents.
April 14 8_Columbia, S. C.
ALL persons having demands against
tho estate of MARY THOMPSON,
deceased, will please presont the same,
properly attostod; and all those indebted
will make prompt payment to tho under
signod. D. G. THOMPSON,
Adm'r of Mary Thompson, deceased.
Columbia, S. C, April 2, 1875.
April 4 _ m3
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $9.00 to $14.00.
KINARD & WILEY.
Poreclosure of Mortgage.
I). C. PEIXOTTO& SON, A'rs
PURSUANT to the powers of sale con?
tained in ? mortgage from C. V. Ant?
werp to H. P. DeGmaf, and assigned by
H. P. DeGroaf to E. Pollard, dated Jnly
9, 1872, I will sell, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY IN M?Y next, before the Coort
House, in the city of Columbia, S. C, at
10A o'clock, the following desirable Real
Estate, to wit:
Lot No. 1 ?All that piece or parcel of
LAND in the city of Columbia, situatod
on the East sido of Main street, between
Washington and Lady streets, measuring
oail fronting on Main street twenty-seven
(27) feet, more or less, and running back
two hundred and eight feet, more or
loss; bounded on the North by estate of
S. Host wright; on the Sonth by Lot No. 2;
on the East by J. D. Bateman. ?
Lot No. 2, of the same dimensions as
Lot No. 1; bounded on tho North by Lot
No. 1; on the South by A. Palmer; on tho
East by J. D. Bateman.
Terms --One-soventh cash; balance in
six yearly installments, secured by bond
and mortgage, with interest at eight per
cent per annum. Purchasers to nay for
Eapers. All taxes, both State and city,
ave been paid in full to date on tho
above property. E. POLLARD.
April 13 13 10 18 22 25 28 M2
I By SELBEL8 & EZEIX, Auctioneers.
South Carolina?Highland Couktt.
BY virtue of a power contained in a
mortgage, executed by Katie Rollin
to William H. Dial, of Madison County,
Florida, on the 4th day of August, 1873,
I will sell, at the Court House, on MON?
DAY, the 3d day of May next, within the
legal hours of sale,
All that lot of LAND, with the Build?
ings thereon, containing six-sevenths of
! an acre, more or less, bounded on North
I by Senate street, and measuring thereon
one hundred and seventy-nine (179) feet,
more or less; on the West by Sum tor
street, measuring thereon two hundred
ond twelve (212) feet, more or less; on
the South by Patrick Spellman, measur?
ing thereon one hundred nnd seventy
nine (.179) feet, more or less; and on the
East by Mrs. Mary McMahon, measuring
thereon two hundred and twelve (212)
feet, more or less, being in shape and
form a rectangular parallelogram of on a
hundred and seventy-nine (179) feet,
more or less, by two hundred and twelve
(812) feet, more or less. Terms cash.
April 8 WM. H. DIAL.
Notice to the Public Practitioners and
Students of Dental Surgery.
THE South Carol inn State Dental Asso?
ciation will meet in the city of Co?
lumbia, on TUESDAY, May 4, 1875, at
10 o'clock A. M., at tho rooms of Drs.
Boozer A Wright, at which time and
place tho Board of Dental Examiners in
[ the State of South Carolina wiB hold their
meeting in pursuance with the Act passed
by tho Legislature of the State, entitled
"An Act to regulate the practice of den?
tistry, and protect the people against
empiricism in relation thereto, in the
Shite of South Carolina."
Candidates for examination will pre?
sent themselves at 12 M of WEDNES?
DAY. May 5, at the above mentioned
THRO. F. CHUPEIN, D. D. S.,
President South Carolina S. D. A.
C. C. PATRICK, D. D. S.,
April 6 Corresponding Secretary.
^a?-Greenville .Yetes copy twice a week
-? ? ?-?
AFIREMAN'S TOURNAMENT will
bo held in Columbia, S. C., on
THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1875.
Under the auspices of the Palmetto and
Independent Steam Firo Engine Com?
panies and the Phoenix Hook and Lad?
Tho following prizes havo been offered
by the citizens for competition:
1st Prize, for steamers.$100
2d ? " . 75
? 1st " '? Hook A Ladder Co.. 75
2d. '? . 50
1st " Hose Cos. and Hose
2d. " 50
Companies intending to participate in
tho Tournament, will please communi?
cate with Capt. W. B. Stanley, Chief En?
gineer, Columbia, S. C.
Copies of the Order of Exercise will be
furnished on application to T. H. Black
well, Secretary of the Committee of Ar?
THOS. DODAMEAD, Chairman.
T. H. Blackwell, Secretary.
Apr 11_ t3
AGAS LIGHT at much less expense.
Those LAMPS are in different
styles and well adapted for Stores, Of?
fices, Entries and Rooms. Each Lamp
I is of itself a gas manufactory. The oil
is fed through a tube or pipe, at the end
of which tho burner oonverts it into gas,
whioh burns with a brilliant white flamo
nearly equal to best coal gas, and surpass?
ing many gas lights. For sale by
Feb 16 M. E. CA lilt, 57 Bridge street.
r* is the most wonderful medicine over
known, and poeseaees curative power
unequalled in history of remedies. For
?ale only at HEDHTSH'S Drug Store.