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Parts, July b.?Tho Assombly debated
tho public powers. A Radical moved nu
amendment, making futuro assoiublies
permanent. Ministor Buffet defended
tho Republican Constitution of Februa?
ry 25. Tho amendment proposed is in
every way a violation of that instrument.
Ho concluded as follows: "Prudence
requires us to seek a guarantee against
coups d'etat. Wo shall lind such not in a
?clauso of a constitution, but in the'
establishment of a government in bar- j
niony with tho traditions, character and
wants of tho country. A permanent;
Assembly would bo a constant focus of i
agitation, causing public opinion to turn
to tho executive power; permanency
would bo tho most detestable gift possi
blo to bestow upon the Assombly. If
tho Assemblies remain faithful to public
opinion, tho executivo power will re?
spect them." Tho amendment was ro
jected. Tho amendment adopted is:
"Should tho President die while tho
Chambers aro dissolved, tho Scnato shall
convene and a new election bo imme?
diately ordered." Tho bill then passed
to a third reading, by a vote of 516 to 57.
Madrid, July 8.?"Dorrogaray was re?
pulsed at Barbastro, and turned his re?
treat toward tho Sierra Guara, the Al
fonsists in hot pursuit. Jovellar offi?
cially announces the capturo by his
command of Cent? Viego, with the artil?
lery and a garrison of 2,000.
London, July 8.?Tho letter received
on tho 0th inst. by Col. Gilderslevc in
relation to sporting by tho American
rifiomcn at Wirublodon, was from Henry
Parsons, Adjutant of the English eight.
Mr. Parsons snys: ' *Tho Council is not
willing to admit another team to shoot
with our three eights" in the Elcho
shield match, but they proposo tho
match to tako place on the 17th inst. for
the Lloyds cup, between tho Americans
? and an eight selected by the respective
captains from the throe British teams.
At tho same time, tho Council does not
despair of a match betwoon the four
eights, which perhaps may bo managed j
for tho Monday following tho shooting
at Wimbledon." In the meantime, it|
hopes that tho match proposed for tho |
17tn inst. may bo agreeable to tho Ame?
Tho visit of the Emperor Wilhelm to
Victor Emanuol will not bo postponed
lator than September. The Times has a
letter from Buda Pesth, confirming tho
destructive character of therecont storm,
but reduces the loss of life. Tho de?
struction of property on tho mountain
slopes aro fearful.
" Sir Douglass Forsyth wos not instruct?
ed by tho British Government to de?
mand tho passage of troops through
Burundi. Tho King says Burmah will
protect expeditions to Western China,
but troops must not bo sent.
London, July 8.?Tho Canada Club
gave a dinner, last evening, to the Earl
of Dufforin, Governor-General of tho
Canadian Dominion, who is now on a
visit to Great Britain. The Earl, in re?
sponse to a toast, said tho provailing
passion of the Canadians was the desire
to maintain intact their connection with
England; it was impossible to over-state
tho depth or universality of this senti?
ment. Ho expatiated on tho friendly
relations between Canada and the United
States; said every thoughtful citizen of
tho United States was convinced that tho
fato of Canada is unalterably fixed, and
contemplntcs tho progress of Canada
with generous enthusiasm. Tho Ameri?
cans aro wiso enough to understand tho
benefits arising from tho existence on tho
samo continent of a political system of?
fering many points of, contrast in com?
parison and friendly emulation with
St. Louis, July 8.?Heavy floods in
Clinton Rivor. The water is in tho
streets of East St Louis. Miles of tho
track of tho North Missouri Road aro
under water. There is groat damage by
tho flood, which far surpasses that of
Tho Cotton Exchange of Now Orleans
has appointed fourtoen delegates, with
John Chaffeo as Chairman, to tho Na?
tional Cotton Exchange Convention, to
be held at White Sulphur Springs, Va.,'
Brooklyn, July 7.?A large meeting of
the Plymouth Churoh pew-holders unani?
mously advanced Bcechor's salary from i
$20,000 to $100,000.
Hon. Goo. Opdyko has accepted tho
Presidency of tho Board of Trade, at tho
solicitation of a majority of the members.
A formal election will be hold next week, i
Madison, Wxs., July 8.?The Republi?
can State Convention made nominations:
For Govornor, Harrison Luddington;
Lieutenant-Govornor, Geo. H. T. Eaton.
Tho platform provides for a gradual re?
turn to specio payment; no third torni;
tariff for revenue so adjusted as ts bo
tho least opprossivo to tho people; State
to control railroads within hor borders;
applauds efforts to punish revenue
BALTiMorin, July 8.?Chovalior Don
Joso Antonio Pizzarro, for uiany years
Consul of Spain and Mexico for Mary-1
land, and professor of Spanish"language
and leteraturo at St Maxyt? College, died
at St Agnes' Hb^p^tjgf , <
St. Paul, July1 .ft^fhO'^omocratie
State Convention, platforms saya: Const i?
tutional amondmpfljpfiul;J|e accepted
in good faith by all parties J national Go?
vernment limited to delegated powors;
the great bulk of tho rights of tho people
must find their safe-guards in the States
and tho people thomsolves; a return to
gold and silver as a basis of currency for
the country, with propQrativo ami ef?
fective measnroB to seenro resumption;
tariff for revenuo only, with honest ad?
ministration, non-protection, no sump?
tuary laws. Nominations: Governor, D.
L. Buoll; Lioutonant-Govcrnor, E. W.
Cincinnati, July- 8.?Heavy rains
washed nine bridges on tho Portsmouth
branch of the Marietta and Cincinnati
San Diego, July 8.?Troops from Ma
zatlan hnve driven the revolutionists at
La Paz to the mountains.
New Haven, July 7.?Tyler, Frost A
Co., wholesale grocers and liquor dealers,
have failed; liabilities $15(j,0U0 to $200,
000. Also, William H. Bradley & Co.,
carriage manufacturers; liabilities $250,
Atlantv, July 8.?Gov. Bard turned
over tho Post Office under both written
and verbal protests The statement about
his bondsmen giving him up is a mis
Key West, July 8.?The Osippce is
here, from Asninwall. After coaling,
sJie will proceed" to Port Boyal.
Washington, July 8.?Capt. Queen of?
ficially reports: At 7.20 A. SI., the Sara
nac entered Discovery Passage; tido fa?
vorable; proceeded on the way. At 8.40,
while passing through Seymour Nar?
rows, caught in a whirlpool, caused by
the strong counter-ourrcnt; became un?
manageable and refused to obey the
rudder, was carried bodily on a sunken
rock, st iking with great force on port
sido, about abreast foremast, careening
ship and starting decks forward; hung
for a moment, then slipping off, headed
for the'sbohB qf"Vancouver's Island; ship
tilled rapidly about time bead struck
shore, fires were out, both anchors let go
and hawser fastened.to a largo tree, boats
lowered, when, she went down stern fore?
most, I , r ;?
Tho Post Office Department has of?
fered the threo packet companies plying
between Vicksbur'g' and New Orleans
S'J.OOO each for temporary mail service
botween thbso oities. This is $2,400 less
than last year's. contract and $300 less
than tho last contract.
Probabilities?For the South Atlantic
and Gulf States, slight change in baro?
meter and. temperature, winds mostly
North-east to South-east, partly cloudy
weather and rain areas are probable.
Galvesto?, July b.?A dospatch from
Brownsvillo says a force of fifty cavalry
and twenty custom houso guards, under
command of Col. Parot, escorted Cortina
and prisoners to' Bagdad. They shot
and Imng Manrico Portique, who had
threatened to shoot an officer of tho 9th
cavalry, near Mataraoras. The gun-boat
Juarez, with the prisoners, sailed yes?
terday; ' she had on board arms and
ammunition. Permission was granted
to discharge her at Brazos Santiago, and
bring thorn through Brownsville. The
Mexican papers claim that tho removal of
Cortina wilt permit tho authorities of
Matamoros to execute the law.
Lynn, Mass., July 8.?The annual
meeting of the National Morocco Manu?
facturers' Exchange is in session here;
old officers re-elected; meet next in Wil?
New Yobk, July 8.?Loader and Price
havo been indicted, but Price will es?
cape as State'r evidence. Mrs. Tilton,
before the grand jury, gave testimony
denying the accusation ol Loader and
Columbus, Miss., July 8.?In response
to writs sworn by Co'rbin, the saloon?
keeper, nine prominent citizens of West
erville were arrested and brought here;
bail $300 each;
Yesterday's Market Reports.
New YonK?Noon.?Money 2. Gold
10. Exchange?long 4.871; short 4.901.
Governments active and n little better
for some. Stato bonds quiet and steady,
i except for Louisianas and South Caro?
linas, which aro lower. Cotton steady;
sales 1,180?uplands 15 g;. Orleans 15jj.
Futures opened qniot: July 15 3-10?
15J; August nominally 15}@15 5-10;
September, 15. Pork quiet?20.83?
20.90., Lard heavy?steam 13 g.
7 P.'M ? Specie shipments $500,000.
Money easy?2?2J. Sterling quiet?7$.
Gold feverish. Governments dull but
steady?new 5s 18L Stites quiet, except
old Tennessees, wnich aro better?Ten
nesKoos GO; old 49J. Cotton firm; sales
2,110, atl5t?15J; consolidated not re?
ceipts 5,731; exports Great Britain
15,507; France 4,797; continent 1,936.
Cotton net receipts 2,417; gross 700.
Futures closed firm; sales 10,000: Julv
15 5-10?15 11-32; August 15 ll-32@15 jf;
September 15 1-16@15 3-32; October
14 23-32; November 14 19-82? 141; De?
cember 14 19-32? 145; January 14 23-32
?141; February 14 31-32; March 15J?
15 5-32; April 15 11-32?15J; May
15 19-32?15*; June 151?15 25-32.
Flour dnlTand prices slightly in buyers'
favor?Southern, quiet at 5.20?8.25.
Wheat opened dull, closed steadier and
moderate demand, chiefly oxport?1.20
?1.45. Corn in very moderate roquCBt'?
78?90. Coffee?Bio excited but very
firm and limited offerings; cargoru quoted
171?20 gold; jobbing trado fair, at 17}
?20 gold. Sugar steady and fair de?
mand? 8?8]. Molasses dull and heavy.
Pork lower?new job lots 20.35?20.50.
Lard lower?primo steam 13 9-10. Whis?
key Hteady-^L88.1 Freights without de?
cided change. I' J/11
151; 1QW middling 11:]; good ordinary 14;
net receipts 27; gross 101; exports Great
Britain 799; coastwise CO; sales 135; spin?
ners 40; stook 2,02-1.
Cincinnati.?-Flour stoady. Wheat
steady?1.20?1.21. Corn firm?f>7?70.
Pork oosieribhb nat quotnbly lower?
20.00. Bulk moats easier but not qnata
bly lower?shoulders 8J; clear rib |13.
Bacon scarao and/firm?shoulders 9J;
clear rib 12j; clear 13V. Whiskey firm
?Lift if ..T(f- -1 .;.';??>' I MV/
St. Lotjib.? Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat dull and lower?1.25. Corn 09.
WhiHkey steady?1.18. Tork firm and
inactive?small lota 20.50. Bacon steady
?shoulders 9J; clear rib 12|; clear 13?
131. Lard nominal. i s ^
Chicago.?Flour steady ana' un?
changed. Wheat active?89? l.fMf. iOoJzi
active?69]?72V. Pork in fair de&t?fab
19.25?10.30. Lard dull?l?flg?f ?.?S.
Bulk moats dull?shoulder/5 $AY jho'rt
clear 12. Whiskey 1.17. ijPp??""'
Mobile.?Cotton quiet am) tntitiMmged,
?middling 141?14g; low.middling"!4;
good aUHUiry 13X; net receipts 20; ex?
ports coastwise 513.
5 P. M.?Basis middling uplands, no?
thing below low middling, deliverable
August or September, 7 3-10; September
or October, 7 5-10; shipments new crop,
basis middling Orleans, nothing below
low middling, 71.
Louisville.?Flour and wheat un?
changed. Corn nominally 71(2,7-1. Pork
20.50. Bulk meats?shoulders ; clear
rib 12; clear 12\. Bacon shoulders
05; clear rib 10; clear 13J. Lard Mjj?
15. Hams 13@13$. Whiskey firmer?
1.15. Bogging steady- 13.}? 14.
Boston.?Cotton quiet?middling 151;
low middling Ifij; good ordinary 14J;
;ross receipts 50; sales last evening 220.
Augusta.- Cotton quiet?middling 142;
low middling 11J; good ordinary 13-J;
net receipts H: sales 10.
111; low middling 131; good ordinary
12;?; net receipts 111; sales 10.
14}; net receipts 100; exports coastwise
143; sales 20.
New Orleans.?Cotton demand firm
middling 15]; low middling 11$; good
ordinary 13; net receipts 44; gross 300; |
exports* France 101; coastwise S5; sales
charleston.? Cotton steady?mid-1
dling ll^r.l 1;; low middling li\; good
ordinary l3^?133; not receipts 221; ex?
ports coastwise 108; sales GO.
dling 14V; low middling 14; goodordi-|
nary 13J; net receipts 72; exports coast?
Memphis.?Cotton steady?middling I
143; net receipts 10; shipments 50-1; sales
Philadelphia. ? Cotton firm?mid?
dling 151; low middling 15; good ordi?
nary 141; gross receipts fi?.
' Farm.? Specie decreased 14,000,000f.
London.?The directors of the bank,
to-day, fixed the minimum rate of dis?
count at the bank at 3 percent. Erie 13J.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton quieter?
middling uplands 1\; middling Orleans
7 7-10; sales 12,000, including 0,000 Ame?
rican; speculation and export 3,000: to
arrive easier; basis middling uplands,
nothing below low middling, deliverable
July or August, 7 3-1G; shipments new
crop, basis middling uplands, nothing
below low middling," 7 7-10; basis mid?
dling uplands, nothing below good or?
dinary, deliverable August or Septem?
ber, 7 3-16; nothing below low middling,
deliverable August or September, 1\;
basis middling Orleans, nothing below
low middling, deliverable August or Sep?
The amall-pox lias appeared in August;
again. Four deaths occurred in that city
on the 7th; all colored.
Mr. W. G. Kennedy has retired fron? I
the editorial chair of the Sumter True]
The barn of Mr. W. C. Beanies, near
Sumter, was destroved bv tire on the \
Mr. John II. Adams, an old and es-1
teemed citizen of York, died on /he 3d.
The Winnsboro folks aro enjoying
themselves with spelling-bees.
~R. V. R. C.
ATTEND your Drill TO-NIGHT. All
members are urged to attend. By
order of President.
R. S. MORRISON,
July 9 1 Secretary.
ON and after this date, mv large and
well selected stock of GROCERIES
and PROVISIONS will be sold nt greatly
reducod prices for cash. I particularly
call the attention of the public to my
large stook of BACON, LARD and BUT?
TER, all of the very best quality, and
200 barrels new Solomon's Fancy
FLOUR, just reooived fresh from the
mill, and prico reduced.
TEAS, COFFEES and SUGARS, of
standard quality. Prices on the entiro
The following list of LIQUORS have
iust been received, the quality of each
Otard & Co.'s Pale BRANDY, in wood
Hennessey's Talo BRANDY, in wood
Old Jamaica RUM.
Old St. Croix RUM.
Old Holland GIN, in wood and bottle.
Old Rye WHISKEY.
Old Mountain Corn WHISKEY.
These Liquors aro superior to any eve
offered to the Columbia trade beforo, and !
will be sold very cheap, oonsidcrin
All goods delivered.
Store closes at 7 o'clock.
July 9 HARDY SOLOMON.
Hayl Hay! Hay!
WE are prepared to fill all orders for
the lino HAY from Hampton
plantation, cheap for cash. Orders left
at A. McCRANEY'S Grocery Store, next!
to Fagan Bros., will receive prompt at
tention. TAYLOR & McCULLOUGH
PJj?y 8 ? ca 2
and Real I
July 1 Agent.
Grccsriea, Liquors aild-F&mily Supplies.
signed have ta?
of the column- jjjj j?|
dions store un-f
tier Irwin's Hall, ami are now prepared,
with a lull slock of fresh and well bo- j
lectcd goods, to furnish all in mod of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS and FAMILY
SUPPLIES in general. Their prices
will he satisfactory. Give them a call.
July'.?lino ^ R. ARNDT A CO.
State South Carolina?Richland Co.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John Lynch, as Executor of the last will
and testament nf John Bauskctt, de?
ceased, plaintiff, against Lance J.
Hancock, James M. Rhett, Mrs. Mar?
tha Arthur, executrix, William Martin,
executor, Edward Arthur, John Arthur,
Fannie V. Arthur, Mary 11. Arthur,
Mrs. Cecilia Johnston, Latta Johnston,
Thomas B. Wellington ttal., defend?
To the defendants Mrs. Marth? Arthur,
Kheard Arthur, Jahn Arthur, Fannie
V. Arthur, Mary R. Arthur, Mrs. Ce
rrlUt Johnston find Latta Johnston:
YOU are hereby summoned and re?
quired to answer the complaint in
tliis action, which was filed in the office
of the Clerk of Common Pleas, for the
said County, at Columbia, on the :50th
day of June, IU75, and to serve a copy nf
your answer to the said complaint on the
subscribers at their office, No. 8. Law
Range, Columbia, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court for the relief de?
manded in the complaint.
MoMASTER & LeCONTE,
July 0 f:5 Plaintiff's Attorneys.
ALSO, ROMAN, KEENES and PA?
RIAN, for Walks, Cisterns, Founda?
tions, Stables. Cellars, Bridges, Reser?
voirs, Ac. Remit six cents postage for
practical treatise on Cements. S. L.
MERCHANT ft CO., 76 South street.
New York. July 8 i3mn
rjMHS new brand of 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 Tins, start?
ling the smoking community.
July 4 PERRY ft SLAWSON.
CLEVELAND MINERAL SPRINGS,
Now Shelby, N. (X, 5"? miles West of
alHIS ? favorite * VfATERLNG PLACE
. was opened I forf- ^he'' reception of
select visitors oh the 10th Jnne. Passen?
gers coming on the Central Railroad will
be met by hacks, and conveyances sent
to the Air Line Railroad and other points
whenever desired. Cold and Warm
Baths, White Sulphur, Red Sulphur and
Chalybeate Water; Italian Band of Music
and other sources of amusement. For
further information, apply to
T. W. BREVARD, Proprietor.
Wineman's Camphor Chloral
An entirely New Remedy for
Neuralgin, Headache, Rheumatism,
AND for all Pains that affect the
Nerves. Read tho following testi?
Columbia, April 23, 1875.
Messrs. Philip Wi)i(man tfc Co.?Gen?
tlemen: It affords me great pleasure to
state that I have used your Camphor |
('nLe)RAXi for Neuralgia in my head, and
found great benefit from its use?in fact,
I have never used anything that has given
me such inbtant nuLrxr. . I take pleasure
in recommending it. Yours, trulv, Ac.
(Signed} HARDY SOLOMON.
Prepared onlvbyihe inventor, PHILIP
WINEMAN, and tor salo at retail by all
Importers und Whole
June 2itE (Hm^a.?. f ?
of. LfiW vXg?oes,v. !
IS selling? the besiWcts.'aBico; the
best 10 und 12VctB.'IHa*oh*d ^Hjome
spun; the best NewfjJft>rK Mills and
Wamsulta Homespun, at 15 cts.; the best
25, 35 and 40 cts. Black Alpaca; the best ]
10, 15 and 20 cts. Embroideries; tho best
White Tiques, at 1CJ cts.; the best Rib?
bons, at 25 cts.; tho best Dress Goods,
121 cts.; the best Shirt Fronts, at 25 cts.
anil the very best BARGAIN COUNTER
full ?fitho best bargains in all kinds of
Goods. _ June 20
R. L. Bryan's Book Store.
GEN. SHERMAN'S MEMOIRS, from
the settlement of California to the
present time, with a large an?, complete
Livingstone's Last <ionJ||j^^^g^^aps
and plates, $2.50.
Man and Beast?Hcrfjjifoj^p^hwjaffer;
illustrated by 300 anecdotes, byTtev. 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 Bescher Stowe, 31.75. ?
A Short History of the English People,
by Green, $1.
By H. & S. BEARD, Auct*rs.
The Columbia Building und Loan Asso?
ciation, of Columbia, S. ('., against E.
BY virtue of power to me given as
President of the Columbia Building
and Loan Association, of Columbia) S.
('., by the above-named E. W. Wheeler,
of the city of Columbia, S. C, by his
deed, signed, sealed and delivered, to
sell the property hereinafter described,
and lbr him, and in his name, to execute
and deliver proper titles to the purchaser
or purchasers of said property. I hereby
give notice that on MONDAY,* the 2d day
of August next, I will sell, at public
auction, in the city of Columbis, S. C,
before the Court House, to the highest
bidder, for cash,
All that TRACT OF LAND, lying
within the city of Columbia, S. C, con?
taining twenty-five (25) acres, more or
less; bounded North by the land new or
formerly of Mrs. Tines, lots of E. W.
Wheeler and D. B. DcSaussnrc; East by
Laurcns street; South by Lower Bound?
ary street, and West by tract lately of
Mrs. McCord; twenty-one acres; being a
portion e>f the land conveyed to E. W.
Wheeler by John 11. Yates, September
27th, 1860, and four acres being the lots
conveyed to E. W. Wheeler by P. F.
Frazee, Sheriff, Januarv 3, 1870.
July 8 GEO. L. DIAL,_President.
O BOLTING CLOTHS.
AC, AC, AC,
At manufacturers' prices. Send for
June 21 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
White and Colore 1.
White and Colored.
White and Colored.
Hade os LATEST IMPROVED PATENT.
Fixtures all ready for barging up.
1AAA LATEST Styles LADIES
? UUU and CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS, only FIFTY CENTS EACH.
JONES, DAVIS & BOUKNIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co.
THE GrM?i SENSATION
IN DRY GOODS
STILL? IN FULL BLAST !
TO-MORROW (Monday) the BARGAIN
COUNTERS will bo bountifully re?
plenished with a new, fresh line of
goods, and will be kept up eluriug the
* Beautiful DRESS GOODS at 10c.;
worth 25 and 50c.
10 pieces Plain White LTNEN LAWN,
at 20c.; worth 40c.
15 pieces Fancy LINEN LAWN, at 20
ami 25c.; worth 40 ami 50o.
5 pieces BLACK GRENADINE, at 33c.;
3 cases New Style PRINTS, at G\ anil
"l case 4-1 American PUCALE. at 10c,
15 pieces Scotch TWEEDS, at 35c;
10 pieces Brown LINEN DRILL, at
25c.; Worth 50c.
1 case each Wamsutta and New York
Mills MUSLIN, at 15c.
1 caso each Androscroggan and Fruit
of Loom MUSLIN, at 121?;.
1 case Hill's Semper fdem MUSLIN,
1 case 10-1 Poppe re 11 Bleach SHEET?
ING, at 37Jc.
3 bales 4-4 Fine Brown SHEETING,
Ladies', Men's and Misses' BOOTS and
SHOES, from 40c. upwards.
Tho above "STARTLING PRICES"
represent only a few of the GREAT
BARGAINS that will be offered to reduce
stock. Now is your time to buy a good
dead for little money.
W. D. LOYE A CO.,
Grand Central Dry Goods House,
June 27_Columbia, S. C
OF the LATEST STYLES;
also, Ladies' and Children's
I SUITS of all sizes and qual?
ity, UNDERWEAR, COR
StlTS, HAIR and FANCY
GOODS. Just received, a
large assortment of Wenck's
April 23 MRS. C. E. REED'S.