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Paeis, June 23.--The river Garronne
continues to rise. Sevoral persons were
drowned by an inundation of the adja?
London, June 24.?It is reported that
tho Marquis of Lome and .his wife, the
Princess Louise, intend making a tour of
the United States.
Lady Franklin is hopelessly ill. She
bade throwell yesterday to the com?
mander of the Pandora; which went in
search of tho relics of tho Franklin ex?
pedition and on other exploring voyages.
Queuec. June 24.?The college at St.
Theresa village, together with about
fifteen houses, were destroyed by fire
this evening. Loss not yet ascertained.
Tho revivalists have closed their meet?
ings in Liverpool. Tho expenses ex?
ceeded tho contributions by $8,000.
Paris, Juno 23.?In the debate on the
public powers bill, General Du Temple,
a Legitimist Deputy, created great con?
fusion by some intemperate remarks, in
tho course of which he insulted Minister
Buffett and tho Due D'Audiffret Pas
quior, President of the Assembly. Ho
declared MacMahon equally guilty with
Napoleon the Third for "Sedan. The
speaker was called to order and silenced
by the interposition of the House.
New York, Juno 23.?The steamer City
of Mexico, Captain Sherwood, which
sailed hence for Havana, Juno 22, has
returned damaged. Twenty miles South
from Sandy Hook she camo in collision
with an unknown bark, carrying away
her upper works, staving a hole in her
bow and damaging her stern. She will
have to discharge her cargo for repairs.
Beach closed and made a motion to
rc-open tho caso. Tho Judge said he
would like to hear argument upon it.
Evarts said he had no objection. Judge
Noilson said if tho affidavits upon which
the motion was mnde wero given him ho
would decide to-morrow before beginning
his charge. Court then adjourned.
The" Anglo-Brazilian Times, of Bio, of
May 22d, Bays tho American frigate Lan?
caster, which lost a doctor and several
seamen here, took the yellow fever with
it to Bahia, and tho other medical men
and an officer died on the passage. By
permission of the Minister of Marino
the frigate obtained a Brazilian naval
doctor to go with the vessel to tho' United
Omaha, June 23.?Prominent frontiers?
men and army officers express the opi?
nion that there will be great trouble with
tho Sioux, Cheyennes and Arapnhoes
this summer and fall. At least five large
war parties have left tho reservations
during the last two weeks. The cavalry
in this department are unable to keep
them on the reservations, through limited
numbers. It willl bo impossible for the
soldiers to guard the Black Hills and at?
tend to the Indians.
Washington, Juno 23.?Tho following
despatch has been received at the. Indian
Bureau from Prof. Janney, dated Camp
on French Creek, near Harnev's Peak,
June 17, 1875:
To the Hon. E. P. Smith: I have dis?
covered gold in small quantities on the
North bcrid of Castle (/reek, in terraces
or bars of quartz gravel. Arrived hero
yesterday. About fifteen miners have
located camp on the creek above here,
and have commenced working. Gold is
found from Castle Creek Southward to
French Creek at this point, and the de?
posits are almost wholly in Cacotah. The
region has not been fully explored, but
the yield of gold thus far has been quite
small, and the reports of tho richness of
the gravel bars are greatly exaggerated.
On French Creek tho deposits of gravel
are very unfavorably situated, the water
supply is small and failing, and tho
grade too little to admit of tho tailings
being carried oft' by tho stream. The
prospect at present is not such as to war?
rant extended explorations in mining.
New York, Juno 24.?Tho steamship
Andes, at this port from Maraeaibo,
brought further particulars concerning
the recent terrible earthquake, which
destroyed the town of Cucuta, in Now
Granada. From a person who had
reached Maraeaibo from Cucuta, shortly
before tho steamer sailed, it was learned
that tho Ions of life and proporty was
much greater than at first supposed.
Cucuta and all the surrounding villages
within the radius of twenty miles wero
completely destroyed by the severity of
tho shock. Many serious losses of life
and property were also occasioned by
the rain and by bands of robbers, who
organized immediately after tho shock
had passed away, for the purpose of
plundering. The custom house and
cofieo warehouses, situntod in Los
Cachos, were first attacked by tho ma?
rauders, but they wero driven off before
nny serious damago had been done by
them, and forces have been organized in
most of the neighboring cities and towns
and sent to tho scene of the disorder,
for tho purpose of protecting the lives
and property of those who had escaped
the effects of tho shock.
Specie shipments to-day $300,000.
Providence, R. I., Juno 24.?A large
woolen mill and buildings, contiguous
to Mystic Bridge, Conn., wero burned to
New York, June 24.?Judge Donohuo
issued an order, returnable Monday, for |
a reduction of Tweed's $3,000,000 bond.
Counsel claims tho bail excessive and '
The Court has decided not to open the
Bcocher case. Judgo Neilson, after in?
structing the jury upon the nature of the
ovidonce, concluded with a long resume
of the evidence, and the jury retired.
Washington, June 24.?Tho Secretary
of tho Treasury has called in $5,000,000
of tho fourth series, dated May 1, 18G2,
upon which the interest ceases on Sep?
Probabilities?For the Gulf and South
Atlantic States, stationary pressure and
temperature, South-west to South-east
winds, clear and partly cloudy weather.
Tho mails for the "Navy Department
from the South Atlantic States have not
yet arrived, though they are hourly ex?
pected; therefore, the department has no
official advices of the existence of yellow
fever on United States vessels in those
waters. A private letter, received here
to-day by an officer of the navy, from a
brother officer at Bio, dated May 23, re?
ports that the yellow fever was raging at
that place, and the number of deaths
daily was from fifteen to twenty. During
the first half of March, 192 deaths were
reported on tho United States steamer
Lancaster. Surgeon Denby and Assist?
ant Surgeon Fassig died?the former on
the 3d of April, at Bahiu, Brazil, but the
date of the death of the latter is not men?
tioned. There had been much sickness
on board of that vessel.
On the Brooklyn, several cases of fever
were reported, and two sailors died in
April. She arrived at Rio on tho 20th
of May, and was then reported by the
surgeon in good sanitary condition.
There were a few cases on the Monon
gahela, but no deaths mentioned. When
she left Rio, several officers and seamen
remained in tho hospital on shore, but
all had recovered except Assistant Sur?
geon Waugh. It was expected he would
soon bo able to start for home.
Work on the public buildings at Chi?
cago has been stopped, on account of
the unfavorable report of the committee
regarding the foundation and material.
The Indian Bureau does not credit
the report that all the Sioux are on tho
war-path. They believe that neither
Spotted Tail's or Red Cloud's men are
engaged in anv warlike demonstrations,
and feel confident that if any Sioux are
mixed up with the lawless movements,
that it is only a few roaming raiders,
who are not under the control of those
chiefs, and it would hardly be fair to
hold the Sioux, as a nation, responsible
for any raids or depredations committed
by theHe lawless bands.
Yeiterdav's Market Reoorts.
CoLrsrniA.?Cotton market steady?
middling 14@14$; sales for the past two
davs 125 bides?leaving a stock of 230
bales on hand unsold.
Pabih.? Rentes G4f. 15c.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton steadier?
middling uplands 7 1-10; middling Or?
leans 7";; sales 12,000; speculation and
export 2,000; shipments new crop, basis
middling uplands, nothing ^ielow good
ordinary. 7?; sales of American 6,900.
5 P. if.?Cotton?basis middling up?
lands, nothing below low middling, de?
liverable August or September, 7j; new
crop,-basis middling uplands, nothing
below* low middling, 7 9-16.
New York?Noon.?Stocks active and
iower. Money 2. Gold 17J. Exchange
?long 4.87^; short 4.901. Governments
dull and lower. State bonds quiet and
steady. Cotton quiet; sales 764?uplands
15}; Orleans 15g. Futures opened quiet
and steady: July 15 3-32? 151; August
15}(n,15 0-32; September 15$. Flour quiet
and steady. Wheat dull and declining.
Corn dull and heavy. Pork firm?19.85
(520.00. Lard firm- steam 131. Freights
7 P. M.?Cotton quiet and steady; sales
2,046, at 15*,@15?. Flour in fair request;
Southern steady?common to fair extra
4.0005.85; good to choice 5.'J0?r,8.25.
Wheat heavy and l?2c. lower; moderate
business email@example.com. Corn fully
lc. lower; littlo more doin>*?80(<^.s.j.
Rio cofi'eo steady?10(V->19;], gold. Sugar
steady?7J@9L Molasses and rice un?
changed. Pork lower?new job lots
19.9U(? 20.00. Lard lower?13J. Whis?
key lower?1.10.1. Freights irregular
and unsettled. "Money easy. Sterling
steady?1.S7J. Gold strong*? I7\(.ji 17^.
Governments dull and steady? new 5s
18b States quiet and nominal. Cotton
?net receipts 88; gross 83. Futures
closed firm; sales 26,000: June 15 7-32(?
151; July 15 7-32; August 151; September
15l?15 9-32; October 14 15-160,1 1 31-32;
November 14 13-16? 14 27-32; December
14 13-10(Vf)14T; January 14 31-32; Febru?
ary 15 3-16(S,15 7-32; March 15S?15 7-1?;
April 15 19-32? 15 21-32; May 15 13-1?
St. Lows/?Flour dull and drooping;
very little doing. Wh6at lower and
fairly active. Whiskey steady, at 1.18.
Pork easier and more doing in small
lots, at 19.621. Bacon better ?shoulders
clear rib 121; clear 123@13. Lard
dull?summer 12. "
Cuicaoo.?Flour quiet and unchanged.
Wheat dull, unsettled and easier. Corn
active?No. 2 mixed 65 on spot; 661 bid.
Pork Steady, at 19.00. Lard steady, at
13. Shoulders S; short rib middles 11;: |
short clear middles 115. Whiskey firm!
and in fair demand, at 1.16.
Cincinnati.?Flour steady. Wheat
quiet and lower?1.18? 1.25. Corn dull
aud lower?67@70. Butter quiet and
weak. Pork quiet nnd steady?19.00.
Lard nominal?summer 12. Bacon
steady?shoulders 9}; clear rib 12J; clear
12jj. Whiskey firm?1.14.
Baltimore.?Flour dull and un?
changed. Wheat 1.32?1.33. Corn dull,
except Southern white, which is firmer?
79AO;89. Provisions dull but steady.
Pork firstname.lastname@example.org. Bulk meats nomi?
nal?shoulders 8JO H'>. Bacon steady,
with fair order demand?shoulders 91(5)
9b Lard dull and heavy?refined 14]?
I4j. Coffee unchanged. Whiskev of?
fered at 1.19. Sugar strong?141 ?14J.
111; net receipts 330; exports coastwise
50?; sales 25.
Memphis.?Cotton firm; offerings light
?middling 14?}; net receipts 38; ship?
ments 792; sales 300.
Boston.?Cotton dull -middling 15};
low middling 14|; good ordinary 14];
gross receipts 220; exports Great Britain
?185; sales 70.
Mobile ?Cotton unchanged?middling
14*; low middling 11); good ordinary
13^; net receipts 5; exports coastwise 35
Charleston. -Cotton steady?middlim
Auocsta. ?Cotton stead y?middling
141; low middling 1-1; good ordinary
13 J; net receipts 24; sales 237.
Savannah.?Cotton quiet and nominal
?middling 14.3; low middling 14?.; good
ordinary 14; net receipts 234; exports
coastwise 53; sales 115; stock 3,885.
New Ohle ans.?Cotton firm; good de?
mand?middling 15]; low middling-14.1;
good ordinary 13j|; net receipts 34; gross
184; sales 1,250.
15; low middling 14 J; good ordinary
13j; gross receipts 18; exports coastwise
20 ; Bales 187; spinners 40.
Galveston. ?Cotton nominal? mid?
dling 14"; low middling 13;j; good ordi?
nary 13; not receipts 048.
Wilmington. ?Cotton unchanged?
middling 14J0141; low middling 13;;
good ordinary 12J; net receipts 28; ex?
ports coastwise 8.
Philadelphia.?Cotton firm --mid?
dling 15|; low middling 14;; good ordi?
nary 14]; gross receipts 150.
An Eccentric Russian Count.?It may
he perhaps new to many to learn that the
late Comto Paul Demidoff, whose wealth
was immense, passed for a savage at St.
Petersburg. He lived quite alone. He
never allowed his servants to handle any?
thing intended for him unless they were
gloved, and his valets had to wear gloves
when dressing him. He even washed
the bank notes in a golden vase, ami
hung thehi up to dry on a line, as would
a laundry-maid her linen, before putting
them into his pocket-book. An attaches
of the French Embassy on one occasion
dined with the Comte, and when tea was
served in tho Salon, he was so occupied
in a discussion on magnetism*, that he
unconsciously placed his hand in the
sugar-bowl when handed to him by the
servant, and took a morsel of sugar; the
Comte called the servant and ordered
him to throw the bowl and its contents
out of the window; the attachee was the
least disconcerted among the consterned
company, and when the discussion was
over, he quietly finished his tea, and,
approaching the window, slowly threw
cup, saucer and spoon out, apologizing
to tho Comte that ho was not aware such
was the custom of the house. That at?
tachee is now the new cnibnssador to
The train boys think they haven't
much of an opportunity in this world.
One of them tells the New Orleans
Picayune that there is but one way in
which they can impose upon their em?
ployers: "You see each boy is furnished
with just so much fruit, so many books
and papers, and he is either obliged to
show them up at the end of the route or
else turn over the money for which they
have been sold. The only way it can be
done is this: We sell a book, say, to a
passenger for a dollar and a half. He
roads it and then we give him a new
book worth fifty cents for the one he has
read. He is generally willing to make
the exchange, and reads the new one.
This, when finished, he is ready to swap
tjpr a ten-cent paper, which paper he
leaves in the car when he gets out. This
paper we pick up and put back in our
pile, having all our books and papers
and SI.50. That is about the only show
we have: without it. wo could not make
a decent living."
Firn: in Anderson.?A tire broke out
Wednesday morning, about 3 o'clock, in
the second story of the building owned
by J. B. Cochran?complete loss. The
lower story was occupied by the harness
shop cd' Hehlman, whoso stock and
books were consumed. Senator Coeh
ran's loss in building and goods is esti?
mated at $5,(1(111; partly insured.
At a recent Washington breakfast, fruit
was served as the first course, with arti?
cles of jewelry enclosed in the stones.
Tho ices were in the form of celery stalks
and cars of green c orn. How nice!
The Rev. J. G. White of Jacksonville,
111., lectures against Romanism, and
oilers to bet $1,1)00 that his assertions ;
cannot be disproved.
To remove danriiff - go to Arizona and j
interview the Apaches.
Died, at Abbeville, on the 23d instant,
ELIZABETH Dt'BOSE BRATTON, the
wife of Gm. John Bratton, of Fairlield,
Richland Rifle Club.
tTHE Rich-land Rille Club has
determined to go to Augusta on
the FOURTH OF JULY. All
members who have not signed
the list are requested to do so
by 8 o'clock, THIS EVENING,
at the Carolina National Bank.
June 25 1 Secretary.
Arrest the Murderer.
THIS is an act you owe society, and.
whenever necessary, you doubtless
I do your duty. Arrest tha't Cigar Dealer,
Who, unintentionally, is taking advan
j tage of his customer, by selling a very
mean Cigar for the money, because they
j cost him a high price. Do not take
charge of him personally, but check him
in his proceedings bv always calling for
PERRY A SLAWSON'S Cigars, which,
having the actual price printed on each
box, insures the best smoke for the
money. Try them 3 for 25 cents and 5
for 25 cents Cigars, and never fail to ask
for the "HAVANA TIPS." June 25
ADOf; FIGHT will take place at tho
Cottage House Cock Pit, on SATUR?
DAY NIGHT, June 20, for fifty dollars a
side, half forfeit. Catch weights. Fight
according to New York Rules. C. R.
Franklin to show Pale Yellow Irish Bull.
Jacob Tarrer to show Brindle Bull.
C. R. FRANKLIN.
?Tun? 21 3 Proprietor. I
GEOUOE ii. HULL,
rr.orr.iETor. of the
(Formerly Stovnll's Escclsior Mills,)
MANUFACTURES FLOUR in nil
grades. The oM and well-known
Pride of Augusta,
Always on hand, and their well-earned
reputation will be faithfully
Constantly made, and orders promptly
filled at tbo
June 25 lino
Propoaals for Coal.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Office K. of S. H. a'nu State Librarian,
Columbia, June 24, 1875.
PURSUANT to the provisions in an
Act entitled (No. 774) "An Act rela?
tive to contracts for tbo Executive De?
partments of the State Government and
for the General Assembly,*'passed in last
regular session of 1874-75, and approved
on March 24, 1875, SEALED PRO-1
POSALS for a supply of loa tons of
COAL, for the use of the several Depart?
ments of the Government, and for the
Houses of Senate and Representatives,
will be received at this office until the
28th of July next, as follows:
4'J tons for the several Departments of j
the State Government.
50 tons for the Senate.
75 tons for the House of Representa?
The party or parties to whom a con-1
tract may be awarded shall, before en?
tering on the performance therrof, give
a bond, with sufficient security, on such
terms as may be proscribed by the At?
torney-General, conditioned for its faith?
ful performance: and in case of his or
their failure to do so, within thirty days
after it has been awarded and approved, ]
it shall be awarded to the next lowest re?
The payment of the account--, for Coal
and Advertising is provided for in Sec?
tion 11 of the said Act.
The proposals will be opened at Co?
lumbia, S. C, in the presence of a board,
consisting of the Governor, the Secretory
of State and Attorney-General; contracts
shall bo of no effect until approved by
the said board.
The Coal must be of best quality of I
red ash grate coal, and has to be deli?
vered free of charges to the State House,
in the city of Columbia, S. C.
Proposals should be endorsed ??Pro?
posals for Coal for-," and addressed
as aforesaid to this office.
Keeper of State House and State Libra?
rian. June 25
A COTTAGE on Blanding street. Pos
session given the 1st of July. For
terms, apply to
Jr.no 24 * JOHN AGNEW A SON.
P300 Reward. I
4 REWARD of $200 will be paid for!
2\ the recovery of the PIN and CROSS
stolen from the City Guard House, on
Sunday, 2d May last; and a further re?
ward of $100 will be paid for conviction
of the thief.
Bv order of Citv Council.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Mayor.
Richard Jones, Citv Clerk.
June 21_ *_ _ff_|
Notice to Fish Dealers.
COLUMBIA, S. C, June 21, 1875.
AT a meeting of the Board of Health,
held this day, it was
Resolved, That no fish be brought into
this city from other cities for public sale
from this date to 1st October next.
Bv order of the Board of Health.
RICHARD JONES, Clerk of Board.
INT 353 W BOOKS
R. L. Bryan's Book Store.
Gl EN. SHERMAN'S MEMOIRS, from
IT the settlement of California to the
present time, with a large and complete
Livingstone's Last Journals, with maps
and plates, $2.50.
Man and Heast ?Hero and Hereafter;
illustrated bv IKH) anecdotes, by Rev. J.
G. Wood, $1.50.
The Better Self Home Essays, by au?
thor of the Gentle Life, $1.75.*
Wo and Our Neighbor, by Mrs. Har
riet Beecher Stowe, $1.75.
A Short History of the English People,
by Green, $1.75.
Also, a variety of new London Novels.
FTiHE SECOND AND THIRD STORIES
_L of the substantial .Brick Building,
No. CO Main street. For terms, apply to
New Mountain Butter.
JUST received this day 10 tubs North
Carolina MOUNTAIN BUTTER
the finest I have ever seen?which I will
sell at 25c. per pound.
June 10 HARDY SOLOMON.
Sport for 4th of July Holidays.
A PARTY of Gentlemen
from Georgia and .South Cnro
dina will meet at the Cottage
[House, on the 2d, 3d and 5th
Jof Julv, for the purpose of
testing'their GAME FOWLS.
All person^ having Game Chickens are
respectfully invited to participate. Suf?
ficient accommodation will be furnished
for all Chickens.
C. R. FRANKLIN, Proprietor.
June 21 7
Commencemeut Columbia Female Col?
GEN. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
GREENVILLE and COLUMBIA. R. R. Co.,
Columma, S. C, June 22, 1875.
KOUND TRIP TICKETS will be sold
at the different stations on the line
I of this road for First Class Fare ONE
WAY, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, the
2ith and 20th of June. Good to return
at any time up to THURSDAY, the 1st
of Julv, inclusive, but no longer.
Jabez Nohton, Jb., General Ticket
Agent. June 23
State of South Carolina, Riehl and Co.
OFFICE CLERK OF COURT,
Columbia, S. C, June 18, 1875.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that in pur
_Li suauce of an order made by His
Honor R. R. Carpenter, a special session
of the Court of Common Pleas, for the
Countv of Richland, will be holden at
Columbia, S. C, on TUESDAY, the Gth
day of July, A. D. 1875, for the despatch
of such business as shall be properly
brought before it. D. B. MILLER,
June 19 12 Clerk of Court.
POSITIVELY THE GREATEST IN?
DUCEMENTS ever offered to
SMOKERS. Odd brands must be sold
out. It is impossible to quote prices,
but just call and see how cheap von can
get a BOX OF CIGARS.
June 22 PERRY A SLAWSON. _
What It Will So!
IT will cure all Impurities of the Blood;
it will cure all Scrofulous Diseases; it
will remove all Tetter Affections; it will
euro Rheumatism and Gouty Affections;
it will remove all manner of Sores; it
will improve the Completion; it will re?
move all Pimples and Boils; it will cure
all Constitutional Disorders; it will cure
Ulcers, Swellings of the Glands; it will
cure Cancer by removing the cause in
the blood; it will give a Clear and Beau?
tiful Skin: HEINITSHS QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT will cure when other remedies
fail. Let the aOlicted try it. Ask for
Heinith's Queen's Delight. June 4f
IWARN ALL MEN to keep off the
Race Track, adjoining Fair Grounds,
except those who have paid.
GEO. W. BEARDEN.
Columbia, May 27, 1875. May 28 lmot
NOTICE is hereby given, that W. H.
WIGG, administrator of the estate
of F. Reeves, deceased, has applied to
me for a final discharge as such adminis?
trator. It is ordered, that the 5TH DAY
OF JULY, A. 1). 1875, be fixed for hear?
ing of petition, and a final settlement of
said estate. B. I. BOONE,
Judge of Probate, Richland County.
June 0 fl3
Notice to Taxpayers.
rpHE COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE
I will be open for receiving RETURNS
from JUNE 1 to JULY 20, 1875, instead
of July 1 to August 20, as heretofore.
The law requires the County Auditor
to assess all parties who fail to list their
personal property within the time above
noted, at the same valuation as of 187-1,
and add a penalty of fifty per cent,
thereto; and all new buildings and
structures, not returned in 1871, must be
returned for the fiscal year 1875, and in
default thereof a penalty of fifty per
cent, will attach.
To facilitate the tax-payers in making
their returns for the fiscal year 1875, I
will attend in person at the following
Gadsden Precinct, June 17, 18 and 19.
Acton Precinct, June 21 and 22.
Davis' Precinct, June 24.
Garner's Precinct. June 28'nnd 20.
Camp Ground Precinct, July 1.
Killian's Precinct, July 5 and 0.
Hopkins' Precinct, July 8.
Trenholm's Precinct, July 10.
A. L. SOLOMON,
May 30 lino County Auditor.
AC, AC, AC,
At manufacturers' prices. Send for
June 21 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
For Rent or Sale.
HOUSE corner of Assembly and
Ladv streets; in good repair. Ap?
ply to lb SWAF1TELD.
*Tf\f \ BUSHELS select SEED PEAS,
i UU for sole by
June 1 J. A. HENDRIX A BRO.