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Brune, July 2.?The National Council
voted 25,000 franos to defray tho ex?
penses of a proper representation of
Swiss products and industry at tho Phil?
adelphia centennial exhibition.
Paris, July 2.?It is estimated that tho
destruction of property by the inunda?
tion in the South-western portion of this
country amounts to 300,000,000 francs,
and the number of persons who perished
is estimated at 3,000. President Moo
Mahon continues his tour through tho
Berlin, July 3.?The German Com?
missioner to tlio Philadelphia centennial
exhibition is preparing to get the con?
sent to affix prices to goods sent there.
Madrid, July 3.?Tho Government is
showing great rigor toward tho Carlist
sympathizers, several of whom have been
Lonuon, July 3.?Despatches from
China say several foreigners have been
assaulted in Pekin. Native soldiers, who
insulted the American Consul and wife,
ami modo hostile demonstrations against
tho British Consulate at Chin Klang,
havo been punished, and tho affair is
Tho Lords passed tho Canada copy
Tho Peruvia, for Quebec, takes out
SCO Mcnonito emigrants.
A Tunes special despatch from Madrid
says Geueral Jovellar reports tho defeat
of the united bind of Dorrogaray.Cucula
nnd Yillalain, between Vistavello and
Viela, France. Tho Corlists suffered
heavy losses and fled in disorder to?
ward Y G Lesuela. Yillalain was killed.
Genoral Campos reports a success in
Catalonia. General Lima has defeated
the Carlists, who attacked Gacr*lello and
Despatches from Madrid confirm tho
report of Gen. Jovellar's victoiwovcr the
united Carlistbands of Dorregaray, Cu
cnla and Villalain. General Motraez
Campos, with the ormy of Cotalonia, ef?
fected a junction with Jovellar, yester?
day, and tho combined forces arc now
making preparations to attack Canta
Paris, July 3.?An important meeting
of three groups of tho Left was held last
night. 330 Deputies wero present A
resolution was unanimously passed
agreeing to abstain from unnecessary dis?
cussion, so that all necessary bills may
bo passed by iho middle of August
Provision was mado for a committee to
negotiate with tho Ministry, Duko D'Au
diffcret, Pasquier, and tho leaders of
other parliamentary groups, with tho
object of fixing a "day for the dissolu?
tion of the Assembly. .
London, July 3.?Heavy failures in
several parts of the country have been
caused by the suspension of Alexander,
Collio &, Co.
Dublin, July 3.?Tho shooting for tho
all Ireland challenge shield took place at
Dollymount to-day. The competitors
wero four members each of tho Dublin,
Belfast and New York clubs. Tho ranges
wero 1,000 and 1,100 yards, in each of
whioh ovbry participant had 20 shots.
Tho shield was won by tho Dublin
marksmen, the scoro standing?Dublin,
000; amateur New York, 558; Belfast,
Brooklyn, July 2.?Mrs. Boecher shook
hands with each juror as ho passed out.
Francis D. Moulton, in a card pub?
lished in tho Brooklyn Argus, notices a
report that tho counsel for Beooher are
to proceed against him for conspiracy
and subornation of perjury in the
Loeder-Prico affair. He says: "A judi?
cial examination of tho origin of the
Price.-Loedor affidavits, and of my con?
nection with them, is exactly tho thing I
desire. Accordingly I have returned to
Brooklyn to meet the menace of Mr.
Becchor, and I hereby challegc and defy
them to institute their threatened pro?
Admissions wrung by tho reporters
from tho jurymen indicate they were di
vidod as follows: For Beooher, Messrs.
Carpenter, Case, Thoyor, Hall, McMinn,
Halstoad, Wholan, Taylor and Titlor; for
Tilton, Mossrs. Jeffrey, Flate and Davis.
Mr. Taylor, in an interview with tho
Eagle reporter, said that when tho jury
went out they stood pretty even. After
first day the averago balloting stood 8 to
4, and finally tho voto settled at 9 to 3.
Thoir debates wero at times very elo?
quent and demonstrative, but there was
nothing liko coming to blows.
Washington, July 2.?Tho Pittsburg
and Cleveland Road refuse to carry the
mail over its lino between Marietta and
Canal Dover, as tho pay is inadequate,
and tho Postmaster-General says he has
no legal right to increase it A populous
country of over 100 miles in extent is to
bo doprivod of mails.
Tho Post Offico Deportment has boon
notified by tho contractor for carrying
tho mails between Koy West and Cedar
Keys, Fla., that tho local authorities for?
bid tho landing of the United States
mails at these points, on account of tho
yollow fever. The contractor telegraphs
that tho collector of the port is the insti?
gator of the order, and as soon as the
intelligence was received at tho Depart?
ment, tho Postmaster-Gonoral communi?
cated tho fact to tho Secretary of the
Treasury, who at onco directed tho col
lector to allow the mails to ho landed.
New York, July 3.?Loo's Box and
Lumber Company mill burned; loss
The Plymouth Church lectnro room
was crowded to excess. Beocher's en?
trance provoked a loud ovation. Sherlan
lod in prayer, and hoped Plymouth
would join him in pledging thoir fidelity
to Beooher, and, God helping, thoy
would never leavo him. No voice ut?
tered from tho press or pulpit could
make them leave him, and 10,000 juries
could not moke them donbt his word.
Beccher then gave out a hymn, pro?
nounced the benediction, and tho audi?
ence dispersed. Mr. Beooher's address
was connnod wholly to church mattors,
including a running ibistory of Ply?
Tho Murine Btvnk recently lost a innil
bag containing $3-1,000 worth of drafts.
Tho missing mail contained remittances
from several Eastern cities and Baltimore.
Robert Dale Owen, tho celebrated
spiritualist, is insane.
Bank statement?Loans increased $2,
025,000; specie increased $5,000,000; legal
tenders increased $2,375,000; deposits in?
creased $10,125,000; reserve increased
A private despatch from Brownsville
reports Gen. Christo's ability and inten?
tion to protect American citizens. Mili?
tary forces at Brownsville have received
orders to cross and support Christo in
preserving the peace, in case such a
measure becomes necessary.
Two deaths from yellow fever at Key
The Conger will case, so long ponding
before tho Surrogate, was decided by the
rejection of the will, on the ground that
tho testatrix was of unsound mind when
sho executed tho testament. She willed
most of her property to religions organ?
izations, including $250,000 to foreign
A despatch from Dublin says the match
for the rYeeman'a Journal cup to-day re?
sulted in a tie between Major Fulton, of
the American team, and Mr. Doyle, of
the Irish association. It is to bo decided
by shooting off at ordinary.
Edward Connors, one of the witnesses
for Loeder in the conspiracy trial, and
who was arrested on the charge of big?
amy, was brought up to-day on habeas
corpus, when bail was fixed at $3,000,
which the prisoner is endeavoring to
San Francisco, July 3.?The Demo?
cratic State Convention adjourned this
afternoon. Tho ticket is received
throughout the State with a fair degree
of satisfaction, but exerts little enthu?
siasm. Tho Bulletin, of thbi afternoon,
says tho convention was run by the
Central Pacific Railroad Company. The
Democratic Congressional Convention of
tho Fourth District to-day nominated P.
D. Wiggcrston for Congress.
Raleigh, N. C, July 3.?The second
annual session of the Cotton States Con?
gress convenes in this city on the 13th
instant A large attendance is expected.
Every arrangement has been made for
the entertainment of the guests.
A Miss Todd, near this city, was
killed, yesterday, by lightning. Her
neck was broken and her shoulder dis?
Quebec, Jnly 3.?Boat No. 5 of the ;
wrecked steamer Vicksburg was picked
up in latitude 47, bottom up, with two
lifo preservers and a cask of water.
San Francisco, July 3.-"Linde 11 and
Dean, captain and first officer, respect?
ively, of tho bark Union, lost in Pnget j
Sound in May, havo been arrested for
wilfully wrecking the vessel. The mate
has confessed and the captain denies the
Washington, July 3.?Hon. Thos. B.
'Florence, ox-member of Congress, for?
merly editor of tho Washington Union, I
is not expected to live through tho night.
Tho papers suspending Gov. Bard as
postmaster at Atlanta, and the new ap?
pointment of Benjamin Conloy, reached
tho PoBt Office Department from Long
New spent the day in examination of
the method of conducting business in
the cash room of tho Treasury Depart?
While Mary Walsh, a clerk in tho
Treasury Department, was preparing
breakfast, this morning, with what is
known as a "pocket-stove," her clothes
wero set on fire, from a leakage of the al?
cohol, employed as fuel, which exploded
the stove. She was severely burnt from
tho neck down, and died this afternoon
$500 was donated to-day bj' the Na?
tional Grange to the Patrons in Colorado
suffering from the ravages of the grass?
Probabilities?For the Middlo and
South Atlantic States, falling barometer,
| South-east to South-west winds and
warmer, partly cloudy weather will pre?
vail, with occasional rain areas.
Yesterday's Market ReDorts.
London.?Erics 12}. Street rate
3 3-10, which is 5-16 below bank.
Liverpool? 3 P. M.?Cotton firmer?
middling uplands 7 3-1C; Orleans 7j;
sales 7,000; speculation and cxportl.000;
basis middling uplands, nothing below
low middling, July, August, September
or August delivery, 7?7 5-16; sales Ame?
New Yoke?Noon.?Cotton Exchange
adjourned from yesterday till Tuesday.
Stocks dull but steady. Money 2. Gold
17. Exchange?long 4.87$; short 4.00A.
Governments, little doing. State bonds
dull but steady. Flour steady. Wheat
a shade firmer. Corn firm. Pork firm?
firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard quiet?steam 1313-10.
7 P. M.?Cotton quiet and nominally
unchanged. Flour firmer with fair ex?
port and moderate home trade demnnd?
common to fair Southern 5.95(<V)8.25.
Wheat l(o)2c. better, with fair export
and moderate home trade and inquiry?
email@example.com. White Western corn firmer
nnd more activo, with fair oxport de?
mand? 78?84. Pork lower?20.75?
20.85. Lard lower?13| for primo steam.
Coffeo excited and Jc. higher. Sugar
less active and about steady. Rioo quiet.
Molasses weak and irregular. Freights
firmer?steam, cotton 5-16; grain 8j@9.
Money 1A,?2. Sterling dull?4.871. Gold
171. Governments firm?new ofl 18}.
States quiet and nominal.
dling 15}; low middling 15; good ordi?
nary 14J; net receipts 27.
St. Loins.?Flour dnll and unchanged.
Wheat higher?1.32*. Corn firm?064?
67. Whiskey nominally 1.J?. Pork
firm. Bacon $trnng. Lard nominally 12?. !
Baltimore.?Provisions quiet and
steady. Pork 21.00. Bacon?shoulders
[10; clear rib 13J; hams 141fS)15. Lard
steady. Coffee strong and active?ordi?
nary prime cargoes lGA(Vr)19]; jobbing
17?20. Whiskey firm?1.20. Sugar
firmer and higher?10A?10*.
MomiL?Cotton quiet?middling 14\
(2,145; low middling 14; good ordinary
IUI; net receipts 34; exports coastwise
143; sales 100; stock 2,584.
15; low middling 14Jj; good ordinary 132;
net receipts 11; exports coastwise 15;
Wilmington. ?Cotton unchanged?
middling 14J(T(/14J; low middling 13jj;
good ordinary 12.1.
Savannah.?Cotton nominal -middling
141; low middling 14; good ordinary 13,;;
net receipts 52; gross 52.
dling 14$; low middling 13 >; good ordi?
nary 12?; net receipts 73; gross 74; ex?
ports (treat Britain 1,323; coastwise 310;
Boston.?Cotton quiet?middling 151;
low middling 15}; good ordinary 14];
gross receipts 32'J; exports Great Britain
723; sales 143.
Augusta.?Cotton demand good -mid?
dling 14]; low middling 14; good ordi?
nary 13]; net receipts 02; sales 280.
14J; low middling 14]; good ordinary 14;
net receipts 1^7; exports coastwise 51;
Norfolk.?Cotton quiet ?middling
14A; net receipts 180; exports coastwise
25; sales 20.
New Orleans.?Cotton dull?middling
15]; low middling 14]; good ordinary 13;
net receipts 74; gross 2(1(5; exports (.treat
Britain 2,220; France 3,150; sales 175;
last evening 325.
141; ne t receipts 17; shipment;- 531; sabs
A Valuable Invention.?Messrs. Ro?
bert F. Burnham ami Wm. F. Strong,
employees of the South Carolina Railroad
Company, have patented an invention
of great practical benefit. It consists of
a rear light for railroad cars, to be at?
tached either to the top or bottom of the
vehicle. It is an octagon-shaped appa?
ratus with colored glasses, attached to
the wheels of the car by gearing, which
revolves, showing different colors when
tho wheels are turning, and remains
stationary when they are at rest. The
value of the invention lies in the fact
that an engineer on the rear of a train
having tho new light can tell at a glance
whether the preceding train is moving
or standing still, because as long as the
train moves the light or rather the cover?
ing revolves, showjng different colors,
and thus enables him to judge whether
to follow or check up. The inventors
I are young Charlestoniuns.
Ben Simpson, the man who murdered
Nero Ellias at Comin To plantation, on
Friday last, has made good his escape,
as nothing has been heard of him since
the day of the murder. The Trial Jus?
tice in tho vicinity has petitioned the
Governor to offer a reward, as it is
thought that the felon has crossed over
into North Carolina.
Some two months ago, Scott Partin, of
Wake County, left home with his wito
and child, saying that he was going to
Goldsboro. The party were never seen
there, and as there had been infelicities
between Partin and his wife, it is thought
she and the child have.been foully dealt
with. Search is being made- for them.
The revenue officers have seized the
tobacco and snuff factor of Henry Mehl
it Co., of Atlanta, Ga., and have taken
into custody Henry Mehl, the proprietor,
on a charge of having removed snuff from
his factory unstamped ami improperly
A brilliant meteor, lighting up the
wholo heavens, passed over Barnwell
village on Monday evening last, between
0 and 10 o'clock. Its direction was from
East to West.
A telegram at the Navy Department
from Key West, reports one death and
two now cases ol yellow fever there on
Friday. The atmosphere and present
indications are unfavorable.
Killed.?A colored boy, son of Sam
McDaniel, living in Laurens on the pre?
mises of Rev. A. W. Moore, was killed
by lightning on last Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Silas Massy, of Anderson, died
on Monday, the 21st of June last. Mrs.
Massy was in her 85th year, and had
been in feeble health for some time past.
Patterson Meng, was drowned; Milly
-, was killed by a runaway mule;
Julia Tanner eliod of heart disease; all
colored, of Union County; last week.
Georgia has 218,733 whites and 175,334
negroes between tho agos of six and
eighteen, and its present annual educa?
tional appropriation is $180,000.
P. A. Farrington, a jeweller of Atlanta,
was arrested on Mondav hist upon a i
charge of arson, in sotting fire to his
premises in that city.
On Tuesday last, near Society Hill, a
youth named Henry Mclver was struck
and killed by lightning while working
in a field.
A white man has commenced proceed?
ings against a negro at Washington for
ejecting him from a negro lodging
A two story dwelling belonging to Mr.
T. C. Gowan, onBroadstreet. Greenville,
was destroyed by fire several days ago.
Mr. Wm. Fioken, an old and highly
respected citizen of Kershaw County,
died at.Camden on Saturday last.
Greenwood and Cokesbury ore to be
made money order offloes after* the 1st
All the pnblio offices in Washington
will be closed on Monday.
Abbeville C. H. votod a school tax of
82,500 on Saturday last; '
Mrs. Flora McDonald, aged 00 years,
died in Darlington County last week.
Tue Conczbt Monday Night. ?The)
concert next Monday evening, for the'
benefit of Oglethorpo Infantry, Company
A, promises to be a grand affair. The
Post Ihuid of Columbia, S. (!., one of the
best in the United States army, will bo
assisted by several well known amateurs
of this city. The programme will con?
sist of choice selections. The funds are
to be devoted to the improvement of a
new hall, something very much needed
in this city by our military companies.
We predict a crowded house on the oc?
casion.? An'i'i.stti Chronicle ttnd Sentinel.
The Wyoming Insurance Company of
Wilkesbarre, Pa., has wound up its busi?
ness. It has not been paying expenses.
In the village of Williston a piece of
land 30x00 was recently sold for $H0t>,
being at the rate of ?10,000 an acre.
On the 28th inst, at the residence of
Judge John E. Bacon. Columbia. S. C..
by the Rev. J. H. Stringfellow, CARRIE
P., daughter of the late Arthur Simpson,
of Edgeflehl, to COL. WILKINSON
CALL, of Jacksemville, Fla.
Gas Light Bills for Month of June.
/CONSUMERS will please attend to
V_> payment of above promptly. Cash
is required to pav for stock of coal.
" JACOB LEVIN.
Sec. ami Tn as. Gas Light Company.
July I 3
AN "Old Time" BARBECCE will be
given at the Fair Grounds on MON?
DAY, the 5th instant. Tickets can be
purchased on the grounds.
July 4 1 FRANK DRENNAN._
Palmetto Steam Fire Engme_Co;__
? Company will I
-?" assemble at the
NOON, July 6,
at 5 o'clock, in
for quarterly parade. The regular |
monthlv meeting will be held in the
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. By order:
_ July 4 1 _ T. P. PURSE, Sec'y^
rjlHIS new brand ot,CIGARS, when
once known to Smokers, will certainly
have the effect of a THUNDERBOLT,
striking right square into the Cigar |
Trade, and, like the Havana Tips, start?
ling the smoking community.
July 1 _ PERRY A SLAWSON.
Columbia Building and Loan Associa?
THE Fifty-eighth Regular Monthlv
Mooting will be held TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, in Heinitsh's
Hall. Dues received and money loaned,
as usual. By order:
J. C. B. SMITH,
July 3 2 Sec. and Tre;ev_
AS we intend moving to another store,
we will sell off our present stock at
REDUCED PRICES. We have a nice
assortment of Corsets, Parasols, Under
Clothing, Jet Jewelry, Pearl Ornaments,
Black and White Blonde Laces, Ribbons,
Hair and Fancy Gootls, Ac., which will
be sold low fur cash.
Richland street, one door West Lutheran
Church. July 3
rr.orr.iETon e>r the
(Formerly Stovall's Excelsior Mills,)
AUGUSTA, GA., j
MANUFACTURES FLOUR in all
grades. The old and well-known
Pride of Augusta,
* Golden Sheaf,
Always on hand, and their well-earned
reputation will be faithfully
Constantly made, and orders promptly
filled at the
June 25 lmo
For Kent or Sale.
HOUSE corner of Assembly and
Lady streets; in good repair. Ap?
ply to R. SW.\FFIELD.
AN energetic, sober YOUNG MAN,
having been employed in frnit and
fjrocery store, wants a position. Any
lonorable work will bo accepted. Money
not so much of an object. Best re
forenoes given from last place. Address
F. HOFFMAN, Post Office, or PnoJNTX
Office, Columbia, S. C. July 3
To Close Con.ilgHUienf.
BY JACOB LKVIN.
ON MONDAY MORNING, tit 10 o'clock,
I will sell, at my store,
A lot of improved COTTON SWEEPS,
with attachments and extra castings.
Terms of sale cash. July 3
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
I). C. PE1X0TTO SON, A'rs.
PURSUANT to the powers of sale con?
tained in a mortgage from C. V.
Antwerp to 11. P. DeGraaf, and assigned
by H. 1*. DvGrnaf to E. Pollard, dated
Jnlv 0, 1872,1 will sell, ou the first MON?
DAY in July next, before the Court
House, in the city of Columbia, at 101
o'clock, the following Real Estate, to wit":
j Lot No. 1?All that piece or parcel of
LAND, in the city of Columbia, situated
on the East side of Alain street, between
"Washington and Lady streets, measuring
and fronting on Main street twenty-seven
(?17) feet, more or less, and running back
one hundred and seventy (170) feet,
more or less; bounded on the North by
the estate of S. Boatwright and South by
lot No. 2; on the East by the estate of
G. Y. Antwerp.
Lot No. 2; of the same dimensions as
Lot No. 1; bounded on the North by Lot
No. 1; on the South by A. Palmer.
Terms? One-fourth cash; balance in
three yearly installments, secured by
bond and* mortgage, with interest at
eight per cent, per annum. Purchasers
to pav for papers. E. TOLL ARD.
June 15 15, 10, 22, 20, 30, and J3
To the Public.
S. C. Rank and Trcst Co.
Colvmhia, S. C, July 2, 1875.
IT is with pain and regret that the sus?
pension of this Bank is announced.
Every effort that it was possible for the
office rs to make to avoid this catastrophe
has been made in vain. The continual
withdrawal of deposits, anel a constant
run on the Bank, occasioned by a vague
alarm which has existed for several
weeks; together with the impossibility
of collecting the loans due to the Bank,
has rendered this suspension unavoida?
ble*. To struggle further was impossible,
and could only work injustice to the
creditors, to whom a full statement will
be made as soon as possible. Respect?
fully, HARDY SOLOMON,
July 3 President.
Iff "DES BOO ZESL Si
R. L Bryan's Book Store.
G1 EN. SHERMAN'S MEMOIRS, from
r the settlement of California to thu
present time, with a large anel complete
Livingstone's Last Journals, with maps
and plates, S2.50. ?
Man and Beast?Here and Hereafter;
illustrated by 300 anecdotes, bv Rev. J.
G. Wood, Sl.'?O.
The Better Self Home Essays, by au?
thor of the Gentle Life, $1.75.
We and Our Neighbor, by Airs. Har
rie t Beccher Stowe, $1.75.
A Short History of the English People,
by Green, $1.75.
*Also, a variety of new London Novels.
Non-Board Fire Insurance and Real
TJOME Tire Insurance Company,
11 Charleston, S. C.
Petersburg Savings and Fire Insur?
ance Company, of Pet'Tsburg, Ya.
Citizens' Fire Insurance Company, of
Newark, N. J.
Rates low and companies first class.
Office in the Union Bunk.
July 1 _Agent.
AOARNHARDT A REID ORGAN,
walnut furniture, two banks, four?
teen stops, tuib-bass swell anel pedal
bass, suitable for Church, Sunday School
or Parlor. Will be sold cheap." Apply
to E. H. HEINITSH.
*-AA BUSHELS select SEED PEAS,
lUU for sale by
June 1 J. A. HENDRIX A BRO.
C, C. A A. R. R. Co.,
Columbia, S. C, June 27, 1*75.
THE COUPONS on the Bonds of this
Company, which become due on first
of July next* will be paid at the Banking
House*of M. K. Jcsup, Paton A Co., in
New York, or at the First National Bank,
of Charlotte, N. C, or nttheCentral Na?
tional Bunk, in this city, or at the office
of John J. Cohen A Sons, in Augusta, Ga.
0. BOUKNIGHT, Treasurer.
June 27,20,30, Julyl,3,i_
O BOLTING CLOTHS,
AC, AC. AC,
At manufacturers' prices. St-nel for
catalogue to *
June 21 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Bacon, Butter, Lemons, Oranges, &c.
BOXES DRY SALTED SIDES.
s?i\J 15 kegs Goshen Bntter, extra
25 tubs Prime Leaf Lard.
10 tcs. Extra Sugar-cured Hams.
30 boxes Oranges and Lemons.
C. J. LAUREY,
Wholesale Commission Merchant.
June 30 f3