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MONTREAL, Juno 2.-The ?inall
steamers/ Admiral Porter, Wasidng-/
toa and Tempest, froih New York,
bound West, were Beized by the. eu?-;
tom house officers; the seizure w?s
generally, believed to be ou account
of suspected Foniauism, but tho foot
is, tho freedom of tho St. Lawrence
Biv?r ceas?d with tho abrogation of
the reciprocity treaty, and foreign
vessels cannot come.'further . than
Quebec,. without a special permit
from tho United States.
NEW YORK, JUUO 2.-Tho Herald's \
special, dated Bio Janeiro, May 29,
via London, June 1, says that the
mediation, of tho United States had
been deolined by the " Brazilian Go?
vernment, and renewed preparatieus
were making to prosecute tho war to
au ord. Gen. Urquiza, it was re?
ported, had revolted against the
allies, taking with him 10,000 men.
Thero had beeu no further fighting.
The cholera raged in the allied camp.
The revolt iu the Argentine provinces
is reported ended.
WASHINGTON, June 2.-The rules
and forms of bankruptcy havo been
delayed by repeated altoratiouB, over
whioh the Justices have been con?
sulted by mail. It is now stated that
they will be. issued on the 10th inst.
CHARLESTON, Jone 2.-Arrived to?
day-steamer Sea Gull, Baltimore;
schooners B: J. Waring and David ]
Faust, Now York; schooner Grape?
shot, Baltimore. Sailed yesterday
steamers Souder and Manhattan,
CHARLESTON, Juno 3.-Arrived
sohooner E. J. Palmer, Baltimore.
Sailed-schooner Golden Gate, Phila?
NEW YORK, June 3.-The steamer i
Henry Chauncey, from Aspinwall,
arrived to-day, with nearly $4,000,
000 in treasure. A proclamation has
been issued, declaring the steamer
Bayno, alias Cuyler, Colombian pro?
PARIS, June 3.-Tho Czar of Bussia j
and his two sons arrived on Satur?
day. Napoleon received them, and
the pooplo wore quito enthusiastic.
The flags of tho empires were united
in tho Tuilleries. The King of Prus?
sia is expected immediately. The
Sultan, Victor Emanuel, the Emperor
of Austria, Viceroy of Egypt and
other, rulers will arrive soon after?
wards. The horse Fervacqnes won
tho grand prix de Paris and tho Em
?eror's cup, ofter an exciting contest,
here was a magnificent attendance,
iuoluding the Czar.
WASHINGTON, June 3.-Tho election
is progressly quietly. The Judiciary
Committee are investigating the cir?
cumstances connected with the par?
don of the Alabama lawyer Gayle,
who offered $1,000,000 for Lincoln's
Fraser, Trenholm & Co.'s circular,
announcing suspension, oxpresses the
hope of an early resumption.
WASHINGTON, Juno 3.-The Judi?
ciary "Committee adjourned to-day.
The final vote to impeach the Presi?
dent "was lost by a voto of four to
five. Ayes-Boutwell, Thomas, Wil?
liams and Lawrence; niyys-Wilson,
Wolbridgo, Eldridge, Marshall and
Churchill. A resolution declaring the
. President had committed acts worthy
' of the condemnation of the people,
passed-seven to two.
President Johnson's Trip to Raleigh.
BICHMON?, Juno 2.-Tho Presi?
dent, on his trip hence from Wash?
ington, was accompanied by Secre?
tary Soward, Postmastor-General
Baindall, Col. William G. Mooro, and
about a dozen other persons. The
train reached Fredericksburg at half
past ll o'clock, Saturday uight. A
number qf persons ai the vicinity
gathered nt the station, and groetcd
tho President with cheers and called
for a speech; but he merely thanked
them for the manifestation of their
respect, and shook hands with some
of them, at parting. At Ashland, at
2 o'clock a. m., ho was met by about
twenty persons, ono of whom extend?
ed to the President a cordial welcome
in their name, remarking that they
were not-far from the birth-place of
Houry Clay, which neighborhood
Patrick Henry hud also rondered his?
torical. Tho President, iu responso
to this informal address, said: "Gen?
tlemen, accept my thanks for this
compliment." Tho railroad train ar?
rived at Bichmond at 3 o'clock a. m.
The Piesident was met at tho station
by Mr. McFarland, President of the
City Council, and several other mem?
bers of that body. Thoso gentlemen
extended to him a cordial welcome,
and invited him to accept tho hospi?
talities of tho city of Bichmond. The
interview was rather informal, bu:
pleasant. Tho hacks in waiting con?
veyed the party to the Spotswood
iot?l. Tho President's chambers aro
tose rerotofore occupied by Jeffer
an Da ds, and subsequently by Gen.
<Vftt"t. This morning, tho President,
Staetnry Soward and Postmaster
Gmeral Bundall, accompanied by a
ccninitteo of tho city authorities,
att-nded service at St. Paul's Church,
wlfero the Bev. Dr. Minnegerodo
r>flfciated. After returning to tho
spotswood Hotel, tho President re
pi lcd n number of visitors. The
\re\idont and party, thia afternoon,
\n(fi with the Mayor and Council,
hotel. ' Tho President and
[rt\ lea re -to-morrow morning for
Wi LD ON, N. C., Juno2.-Tlio Pr??
sent and party left Bichmond this
rning, between 3 and i o'clock.
On their arrival at Petersburg, they
were niet by the Mayor of the oity
and General Stoneman. Tho Mayor
expressed the pleasure of the cit izens
in having them for their guests, and
said to tho President, thby would be
much gratified if, .the party would, on
their return, trip, romain longer in
Petersburg,.than they had on thia
occasion, in order that there might
be ah extension of hospitalities. Tho
President oxpresscd his thanks for
tho kind reception, and hoped he
might, in the future, bo able to reci?
HALEIGH, June 3.-A delegation of
citizens and State officers met the
President and party at the State line,
and Secratary of State Battle wel?
comed them m a short speech, which
was responded to by the President,
Mr. Soward and others. On their
arrival in this cityj-.they proceeded to
the Yarborough House, where the
Presidential party were" introduced to
tho citizens and the hospitalities of
tho city extended by Gov. Worth, in
avery neat and well-timed address.
Mr. Johnson replied, thanking the
Governor for his complimentary re?
marks. Mr. Seward was then loudly
called for, and delivered a pleasing
address. The assemblage, which was
large,'after cheering the President,
Gen. Sickles and others, retired from
the vioinity of tho hotel,
Important Order iron? Gen. Sickles.
CHARLESTON, June 3, 1867.-Gen.
Sickles will publish, to-morrow, tho
HEADQUARTERS, 2D Mm. DIST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 30, '67.
[General Orders No. 32.
I. Any citizen, a loyal voter ac-'
cording to tho requirements of the
Act for the more effective govern?
ment of the rebel States, passed
March 2, 1867, and tho Act supple?
mentary thereto, passed March 23,
1867, is oligible to office iu the Pro?
visional Government of North and
South Carolina. All persons appoint?
ed to office will be required to take
the oath prescribed by tho Act afore?
said, and to file the same, duly sub?
scribed and sworn, with the post
II. All citizens assessed for taxes,
and who shall have paid taxc3for tho
current year, are qualified to serve as
jurors. It shall be the duty of the
proper civil officers charged with pro?
viding lists of jurors to proceed, with?
in their several jurisdictions, without
delay, and ascertain tho names of all
qualified persons and place them on
the jury lists; and from snch revised
lists all jurors shall bo hereafter sum?
moned and drawn iu the manner re?
quired by law.
III. All citizens are eligiblo to fol?
low any licensed calling, employment
or vocation, subject to such impar
tial regulations os may be prescriber]
by municipal or other competen!
authority, not inconsistent with com
mon rights and the Constitution anc
laws of tho Unithd Slates. Thc
bond required as security shall no
exceed the penal sum of $100-on<
or more securities being citizens
and worth in the aggregate doubh
the amount of the bond, over an<
above just debts, will be sufficient.
TV. Mayors of cities and othoi
municipal and town officers, and al
sheriffs, magistrates and police forces
aro required to be vigilant and effi
cient in maintaining order, and ii
the discharge of their duties thej
will be expected to oo-operate witl
the military authorities.
V. Post commanders may suinmoi
to their aid, whsuever tho ordin?r
means nt their disposal shall not b
sufficient to execute their orders
such of tho civil officers and as man
of the citizens within tho territorh
limits of the military post, as may h
necessary; and the neglect or refusi
of any person to nidjuid assist in th
execution of the orders of the con
munding officer will be deemed a mi:
demeanor, punishable by such fie
ind imprisonment as may be impose
7 a military tribunal, approved b
tue Commanding General.
VI. No license for the salo of ii
toxicatiug liquors in quantities le;
than one gallon, or to be drank c,
the premises, shall bo granted to an
porson other than an inn-keeper; tl
number of such licenses shall be di
terminedj and the fees to bo charge
for each license shall be prescribe
and collected by tho municipal <
town authorities, and appropriate
exclusively for tho benefit of tl
poor. If any person shall be foin
drunk on the premises where liqiv
is sold, tho license may bo revok<
by any magistrate. The lax impost
by the internal revenue laws of tl
Unitcel States is an adelitiounl chnrg
and does not excuse tho party fro
tho observance of local regulation
I nor exempt him from the paymout
such other license foo? as may be ii
posod by municipal ur other co mp
VII. AU contracts hereafter ma
for the manufacture, sale, transporl
tion, storage or insuranco of into:
eating liquors, shall, within this mi
tary district, bo deemeel and treat
as against thc public policy, and i
civil aetion, suit or proceeding, f
tho enforcement of any such cc
tract, shall be entertained in a
Viii. In public conveyances,
railroads, highways, streets, or na
gable waters, no discrimination, 1
cause of color or caste, shall be moe
and the common right of all citizr
therein shall bc roeegniiod' faiA 1
spe'eted. The violation ol thi? r. ^
1.u i MI i will ho deemed a misdemean
and rehder tho offender liable
arrest and.trial by a military tribun
to bo designated by the Commanding
General, besides stich- damages us;
the injured- party may sue for and
recover in the civil courts.
IX, The romedy by distress for
rout ia abolished. Where lands are
leased or let out for hjre or rent, cot?
ton, corn or othfer .producev of tho
same, when severed from the laud,
may bo impounded, but the same
shall not bo removed; and cotton,
corn or other produce so impounded
sholl be held as 8"curity for tho rent
pr hire so claimed, and may be sold
in satisfaction of any judgment, for
the samo: Provided, That any un?
satisfied claim for labor bestowed
upon tho cultivation pf such cotton,
corn or other produce, shall in no
ease be postponed to any demand for
rent or hire; but to the extent of
such claim for labor there shall bo a
lion on such cotton, com or other
produce, having preference over any
claim for ront or hire.
Bv command of
Maj. Gen, D. E. SICKLES.
J. W. CLOTJS, A. A. A. G.
COMMERCIAL. AND FINANCIAL,.
NEW YORK, June 3-Noon.-Flour
25c. lower. Wheat dull and nomi
'jally lover. Pork dull, at $23.25(?\
$23.31. Cotton quiet-middling 27&
@,28c. Gold 37%. Sterling-00 days',
10@10i0 ; sight, 10)?@10*6. Money
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet; sales 1,000
bales, at 27>.<@28. Flour heavy
State $firstname.lastname@example.org; Southern 11.75@
1G. Wheat dull and in favor of buyers.
Com declined l@2c.-mixed now 1.17
@1.24}?. Mess pork $23.20. Gold
BAI/TLMORE, June 3.-Cotton quiet
aud fiim, at 27>?@28. Flour de?
clined 50c., with dull market. Wheat
dull and declined 10@ 15o. Corn in
good supply; opened aceive, but
closed dull aiiu lower-white $1.12(?/i
1.13: yellow $1.13(^1.15. Whiskey
nominal, at 33@85, in b.^ud.
CINCINNATI, June 3.-Whiskey 30
@31. Cotton firm-middling 25.
Mess pork $22.50. Bacon steady, at
full prices. Lard 12 }?@121 i.
CHARLESTON, June 3.-Cotton ac?
tive; sales 300 bales-middling 20;
receipts 14.0 bales.
LIVERPOOL, J uno 3-Noon-Cotton
firm-middling uplands llj^d. ; Or?
leans 11%. Breadstuff's dull. Corn
LIVERPOOL, Juuo 3-Evening.-Au
advance in tho prico of cotton par?
tially established-middling uplands
ll36(0)11'od.; Orleans 11;V Sales
Columbia. Wholesale Prices Curro nt.
HY FISH KU db LOWJRAXCE.
APPLES-Per bushel.il 75
LAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 30
Dundoo " . 33
HALE ROPE-Mamila, per lb. 25
. N. Y. or Weat, pr lb.. 16@20
RACON-Hams, per lb.l??20
Sides " .uitaiu
Shoulders, " .12?@14
RUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Country, " .25?30
RR?CKS-Per 1.000. 12 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .2 25? 2 50
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling," . 23
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.40@50
Adamantine, ". 25
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.2C@30
Laguavra, " . 40
Java, " .45?50
CHEESE- English Dairv, per lb... 25
Skimmed, ' "... 20
CORN-Per bushol. 1 65@1 70
FLOUR-Super., por bbl. 12 00
HAY-Nortliorn, per cwt. 3 25
Eastern ". 2 50
HIDES- Drv, per lb. 17
Green, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. L 25
LARD-Per lb. 18
LUMBER-Hoards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME -Per bbl. 2 7.5
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.60?70
- ri New Orleansy** 1 10?1 23
Sugar House. *'.... I 25
NAILS-Per keg.7 50?8 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per call?n.70@1 00
Tcrebone, ? .
Sj>onu. " . 3 50
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 2 23
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE -Carolina, per lb.12J? 14
.East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 3;!?l 86
Silver. 1 28?1 32
SALT-Liverpool, per sack;... .2 73*43 00
Table, " . 5 00
SUGAR-Crushed, per lo. 18
Powdered, " . 18
Brown, " .12}?17
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gaUon. 0 00
Cognac Brandy, " . 0 00
Domestic "* " _
Holland Gin, ?' . 8 00
American " " . 4 00
Janmica Rum, 11 . 6 00
N. E. " " . 3 00
Eourbon Whiskey, . 3 00
Mononguhula " . 5 00
.Rectified " . 2 50
STARCH-Per lb. 15
TEA-Green, per lb.1 10?2 00
Black, " .1 00? 2 00
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.30 ? 100
Smoking, " .50 ? 75
VINEGAR-Wino, per gallon. 75
Cider, .? . CO
French, fl . 1 50
WINE-Champagne, per basket.23?:15 00
Port, por gallon. 4 50
Sherry, ?< .3 50?5 00
Madeira, " ..,. 3 00
M li ATS -Pork, per lb. 15
' Beef, 'J.12??20
Mutton, ". 12*
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair. \i 00
Ducks, fi . 1 00
Chickens, " . 1 00
Geese. " .... 1 50
K. fe. JACKSON'S
Juno 4 2
W. B. JOHNSTON,
Magistrate and Notary: Public, ?
WILL attend promptly io all omeo bu- j
Bin?es, colleetion of debts, Ac. Will
also , draw up conveyances, leases, mort-,]
gagos and other legal documents, od rea?
sonable terms. Ho may bo found at the
PArcnis office during businoee hours.
THE subscriber bas received tho agoney
for the salo of the colobratod BUCK?
EYE COMBINED REAPER and MOWER,
which bas taken flio promium over all
other machines of tho kind, whenever ex?
Parties wishing m?chines will find it to
their interest to call and examine tho
Buck-eye, boforo purchasing oUowbore. AR
machines sold nt manufacturer's prices,
and expenses added, and every machino
sold warranted to give entire satisfaction.
Terms liberal. Applv to
JOHN C. DIAL,
June 4 _Manufacturer^ Agent.
? ? a
P cs >
tn- S f
o K? ra
?? . Hf ..J
PaLmetto Fire Engine Company.
lof this companv
will be held THIS
?EVENING, at 8
^o'clock, at Ph ce?
rn?s Hook and
A full attendanco is eamostly requested.
By order of thc President.
C. A. CARRINGTON,
June 4 _Secretary pro teni.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
OFFICE LAURENS RAILROAD,
LACHENS* C. H., 8. C., May 23, 1807.
ON and after MONDAY next, 27th inst.,
the trains will run as follows, until fur- i
thor notice. The Road having been com?
pleted through to Newberry, freight and
passage will bo considerably" reduced:
Leave Laurens nt 5 o'clock a. m. on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Fridavs, aud arrive |
at Newberry at half-past 10 o'clock.
Leave Newberry at 25 minutes past 1
o'olock on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur?
days; thus connecting with both tho up
and down trains on tho Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad on the davs above desig?
nated. JOSEPH CREWS, Sup't.
Juno 4 M_
Flour, Corn & Meal.
ONE HUNDRED bushels fresh Kiln
20 hags fino COUNTRY FLOUR-low.
1,000 bushels CORN.
40 " RYE.
June 2 8_JAMES G. GIRBES.
HOCK ISLAND GOODS
IF von desire to supplvvourselvcs for the
I*ALL and WINTER" TRADE, with the
VERY BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
All-wool O ass i meres ?
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
All free from shoddy and other impurities,
Order samples from tho subscriber, and
they will be forwarded, with prices attach?
ed, during the months of July and August.
From theso samples you can mako your j
selections and return your orders: and thc i
goods will be forwarded direct from tho I
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Boc.. Island Manufac Co.,
June 2 4 tn o_Charlotte, N. C.
FAMILY MEDICINES. i
THOMPSON'S GENUINE EYE WATER,
for aor? and inflamed eves.
McAllister's AU-fioaling Salve-a valu-!
?ble ointment for old sores.
Dalby's Carminative for Children.
Elv Poison Paper, for instant death to
Harvey's Rat Plums, the rat annihi?
"Harham Oil," the Dutch epecific-a
Extract Lemon and Vanilla, for flavoring.
Flea Powder, for insects, ants, Ac.
Soothing Syrup, for children teething.
Sugar Plums, for worms-the Pontoons. |
Soda Water Powders, for a cool drink.
For sale by FISHER A HEINIT8H,
June 1_ Druggists.
|?A BBLS. and Sticks N. C. FLOUR-a
Ou superior article.
00 sacks Fresh Ground MEAL, from
"Charlotte Steam Mills," iu two bushel
1,000 bushels prime White and Yellow
CORN. For sale
June 13 I E. STENHOUSE.
SUGAR MI IMS can bo had at low prices.
Call at BjRnetto Iron Works.
_>foy 25 3G? WM. GLAZE A CO.
W For 8ale,
ONE HM?V MILL-complete, engine
40-ho?o power. At Palmetto Iron
Works, I WM. GLAZE A CO.
May 25 |_ _ 30
BUtTER AND CHEESE!
TURS clioice GOSHEN MAY BUTTER.
10 boxes E. D. and Cutting CHEES!'..
For ?ale bv E. ft G. D. HOPE.
MayjW?_ ........ -_....
i A HHDS. primo Clear Rib BACON
II' SIDES, inst received and for sale at
(iHEATLY REDUCED PRICES, by the
hogshead, or at retail, by
_MaiY ^ __-LA T. : AO N E W
Liquors, Cigars, &c.
JUST TO HAND,
Favorite brands Whixkios,
Holland Gin, Cognac Urandy,
Bruudied Peaches, Cherries, Apricot?,
- Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Ac, Ac, at
Anni 1! GED. SYMMEW.
J ; ? :.*''. '
"By Industry we thrive !"
18G5. &m 1807.
HAVING been thoroughly fitted up and
supplied wfth CARDS, PAPER, BRONZE,
COLORED INK, CUTS and TYPE in great
variety, the proprietor ia prepared to exe?
cute, at abort notice, in good style, and at
reasonable prices, every variety of
From a Visiting Card to a Three-Sheet
Poster, or a Pamphlet to a large-sized Vo?
Call and Examine Samples
Of the following:
Programmes, Business Cards,
Visiting Cards, Dray Tickets,
Wedding Cards, Receipts,
. Bill Heads, Labels,
Circulars, Bianka, Ac
JULIAN A. SELBY, Pi'op'r
Plueuix and Gleaner Printing Oftice,
Weat sido Main Street, above Taylor,
April 6 Columbi?., S. C
Ffour, Sac?n and Sundries,
By LEVIN & MLKELL.
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING? NEXT, 5th
instant, wo will sell, at our Store, with
I . out reserve, at half-past 10 o'clock,
.25 bhlB. Extra Flour-^Albion Milla."
10 boxea Soap, 20 boxes Starch.
2 hhda. Cloar Ribbed Sides.
Sundry lots Dry GoodB, Segara,
Tobacco, Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Hardware, 1 hhd. assorted Crockery,
A r.s.), ,.
Sundry articles Household und Kitchen
Conditions cash. June 4
Flour, like, Sugar, Lard, etc. ?
By D. C. PELXOTTO.
I ?-ill aell, on WEDNESDAY MORNING, at
half-past 0 o'clock, at my Auction Room,
corner washington and Assembly sts.,
20 barrels Family Flour,
5 " .primo MuscoTvdo Sugar,
5 tierces prime Rico,
5 firkins primo Leaf Lard,
10 casos assorted Pickled,
5 tubs Butter, 10,000 fino Segara,
100 lbs. Durham Smoking Tobacco,
5 do/.en Maccaboy Snuff-in bottles.
Shoes, Clothing, 1 fine Sowing Machiu?.
By D. C. PELXOTTO.
I will sell, on WEDNESDAY MORNING, at
10 o'clock, at my Auction Room,
6 Gibson's Patent Cora and Cotton Cul?
tivators. Thcso implements will clean
grass and weeds, and givo fresh soU to the
plant at ono stroke; light and durable, ol
ono-hoi'fce draught. - Salo ordered by thc
patentee, having sold to a manufacturing
Salo positive. Terms cash. Juno 4
Handsome Furniture, and an Invoice of
Woodenwarc, Paper, Ac.
By A. E. PHILLIPS.
On THURSDAY MORNING next, at 9*
o'olock, I w?l seR, at my Auotion Mart^
Washington stroet, opposite Law Range,
A variety of handsome Furniture, be?
longing to a family leaving tho city, con?
sisting in part of
Walnut Sofas, Chairs, Rocking Chairs,
Ottomans, Marblo-top Tables,
Mahogany Dining Tables, Card Tab lo,
Marble-top Wash-stand, Bureaus,
Sideboard. Work-Tables, Bedsteads,
Hair, Wool and Cotton Mattresses.
Mahogany Cradle and Crib and Mattress,
Loungo, Window Curtains and Shades,
Cane-seat Chairs and Rooking Chaire.
1 Brussels Carpet, 2 large Gilt Friar.e
Looking Glasses, Ac, Ac.
1 Cooking-Stovo-ir good order,
A lot of Crockery an?f Tinware,
2 sets Plated Castors, Buckets,
Kitchen TableB, Fire Dogs and Fenders,
Shovel and Tongs, Ac, Ac.
An invoice of sundries, direct from New
York, consisting of
8 gross Wino Bitters, 4 dozon Demijohns,
from 1 to 5 gallons,
50 pounds Wrapping Twine.
30 Reams Cap Paper, 20 Tubs, assorted,
3G dozen Shoo Blacking,
5 dozon Shoo Brushes,
Whitewash Bruahes, Ac, Ac. 4
N. B_Unlimited articles received until
hour of sale._Juno 4?
ONE HUNDRED Davis, Jr., DIAMOND
Bbis. BREAKFAST BACON--choice.
" S. C. SHOULDERS.
Illida, prime BACON. Just received and
for sale in quantities to suit, at lowest
market rates, by
May 31 C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
OF THE VERY LATE8T STYLES.
ALSO, A XEW SUPPLY OF
THE abovo GOODS wero purchased at
the lato GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, and will bo sold VERY LOW.
M. L. KIN ARD.
R?CKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS.
OPENED JUNE 1.
THIS favorito and delightful WATER?
ING-PLACE, having undorgono tho?
rough renovation, ia prepared to receive
visitors. Tho ownors have made every
effort in the outfit and cqnipmont to ron- .
der tho placo moro than over attraetivo to
thoso in quest of recreation, while to tho
invalid its medicinal waters hold out now
hopes of hoalth. It may be confidently
claimed for thom that thoy have in a great
many oasos relievod, and in many moro
CPees cured, the following diseaaoe: Scro?
fula, and many chronic cutaneous diseases;
Chronic Thrush, Bronchitis, Dyspopsia,
Chronio Diarrhoea, Dropsy, Affections of
Kidney and Bladder, and Piles; and, in
commotion with the hot baths, Chronic
As an appetizer, a tonic and general re?
storative to an enfeebled constitution, it is
perhaps unrivalled amongst minorai wa?
Tho proprietors hate engaged for' thc
approaching soason a very superior Band
of Music, both for the Lawn and thc Ball?
Tho Billiard and Bowling Saloons, both
for ladies and gentlemen, will bo fouud in
more complete order than ever before.
From the very extensive preparations
now making at all tho leading Virginia
Springs, a hoavy travel ls anticipated, and
we think will bo attracted. It shaR bo thc
aim of tho undersigned to k-iep their
establishment FULLY UP TO THE FORE?
MOST; and thoy hope to seo a renewal of
the ?ocial ro-uuions which in formor years
lont such a charra to these mountain re?
Passengers by tho Virginia Central Rail?
road got off tho <.>rs ??t Goshen Depot.
Eight miles of staging over a smooth road
lands them at tho Springs.
*S~ Roard ?3.50 por day; $00por month.
Wo have secured the efficient services of
Capt. WM. H. SALE, solong and favorably
known to the public, in connection with
FRAZIER A RANDOLPH, Prop'rs.
PURCELL, LA DD k COY. ltiehmond;
A. D. BUCKER, Lynchburg;
COLEMAN ,V ROGERS, Raitiinore;
HEGEMAN A- CO.. Nev York; .
Agenta for sap.-o? the Water and" Mas
or Suits. June 2 SQ