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Foreign A Cairs; "._-...
to-u^y, presented an nnimute<L.uppear
unuor MaMy-ne'ta'biHtre^o^diipYed seats
ott ? ?be ' t???fc' ftlid 'galleries were
crowded; wj^^ec^at?re,' rn .ar^iqipntion
o^ft ^defla^rip?j^?l?e right of the Or?
leans' Prinoea^to Reata"ia^ the House.
Among the distinguished persons present
were Prisco Metternich, ano\nearly all
the members of"t??e ?riBramatio'oorpS.
?President yf?&rfl roso to move a post
Eonem?nt oHlbe /diseusnpn. Hu seid
e> b?c? pa^sefj^o'rlxMpJMnsuljtatibn willi
members of ?tpek* ?rrmi??t??o having* -in
charge the sVWfmpw^mD now ohgngod
thb attention"'of^tae^Asoetnblyf The
com rn Hi^hM^P|?^BM^| Ijw it was
i rrj p *^Bt6ltetf|^&m^jSi^j ithreern cot to?
day, hndrh?ibft^'^r?^^ not to?
ll oaten I uejrTdeiil&r^ s tate d li e
waa very ?ihweU^%.DaJ^t'gjgeq the Aasom
the'.quesTion atls?tt?^tmThnrsday. Tho
oc?nmitteoj he said,.favoredarsiniultsuo
oijs deoiflion jpn tho ver(ficnti?rnnf. elec?
tions of the ; Orleans Princes, and
at?ro^tjiou'of JljijQ.dp?^ce ot(otilo against
there. , . * .' '"
.Tho' Assembly agreed to an adjourn?
ment of tho debate. ->.' -
Theeornraitte? appointed to consider
what nc tie Pj al lim ld lui Yukon in regard to
the acts pf tho recent Government of
France,.reported in favor of .an investi?
gation into tho administration ol the
government of national defence at
Paris. Tours'-?rid Bordeaux, and of the
government over which Thiers is Presi?
dent., .. ,. '..-;',' ?;;;' "..
??ABSBr Jeno 5.-French soldiers re?
turning from imprisonment iu'Germuny
replace the .mobilized guards as fast at
they arrive. In Algeria, hone of th(
Mobi\o?.Guards will be retained undei
YEBSATUUBS, . J uno. 6.-The f oil aw in g
appointments uro announced: Lam
becht, Minister of Interior; LeFranoe,
Minister Of. Agriculture; Cissy, Ministel
of War; Le?nLoy, Prefect of the Seine
Le? to. Ambassador to St. Petersburg
Tranquility prevails throughout France
LoNootf, June G.- The Orleans Prince)
will dec lino seats in the French Assam
b?y. . ..^ngusta Vermorel, a noted radica
journalist,' is' dead. Diplomats are rc
turning to Paris?- :? -.:.?.! ? ?. ?
YsBSAXuitES,-June G.-Tho debate yes
terday oni the right of the Orlean
Princes/to Seats in the Assembly wa
postponed to Thursday. Favre wants i
simultaneous ?lee is'pu upon and verifion
tion of the election of tho Orlean
Princes God tho abrogation of the deere
of exile ngaiust-them. Tho Deputic
from the' provinces occupied by th
Prassiane ?will, move a.postponement c
the Orleans Princes question until tb
war debt is paid and. x< rance is oleare
of Prussians. --.
PARIS, Juno OT-S?teral officers nndt
the Empire nave become candidates fe
the Assembly' under the supplement)
elections. Vor Hie thinks all the minii
tera who were members of the Goven
meat, of September 24 should resigi
VerUie also expresses opposition to pl
bi seile. Tho lortresses proposed for tl
interior of Puria bavo been located i
Montmartre and Chanmont, Engineei
have already commenced work.
HomtAaBflT, Jane G.-Tho Romania
OWSbSS^?t?- opened- -Hy-HPrlni
Charles, who met with an enthusiast
r?ception? ; \ -, '? <o'J .. . ... .-.*.
BOMB, J une G. -By order of the Ppp
there was a solemn high "mass to-day fi
tho oaBOflainatod priest's.'
n v. i r.r. 1 ?. ? ? ?
. v ; i,i fl?ner?co.n InlelUilenc?.
WASHTN?T.o'rt, Jane 5.-The Rep nb
can Executive Committee of Alaban
(twelve signatures) have sent aoomm
meatian to the Presido ut, remonstratii
against the recent official changes
that State. It contains the followii
Bontoooo: ''Wo are the more impollo
BO to speak, because wo aro awnie th
the Administration, while-wo keep i
lent, is justifiably or evan necessarily I
to rely npp?j the statements or recoi
mondatioqa of those whose positions
pretenses enable-them td* practice imp
sitiona on i ti '[[ The document lacks t
signa tur o of only one. member of t
committee^ and represents every Ropu
boan paper f n the State bot one,
Fn'?rTCT?bo, ,Jhne 5,-Anstrali
George, alias Portuguese Joe, who mi
dared Miss McDaniel because she i
fused- to merry him^was hunted 'ont
his hiding plac? in the mountains, ni
Cherokee,.. to-day, eliot, and his bo
barned to ashes, by the infuriated oi
zens. ' . ' ' .
NEW ORLEANS, Juue 5.- Tho water
the lake, and canal, is receding slow
The canal crevasses have been OIOBI
The water in the city has receded c
inch. There is much su fifer lng in I
overflowed distriots. Collections i
being made for their relief.
Nsw YOBK, June 6. -Tho officers
the Cotton Exohange are: Preside
Henrison; Yioe-Prealdent, Wonm
Treasurer, G reaves; Mauagers, Fach
Hents, Lehman, - Blandon, Rang
Hannaman, Cornwall, Brodie, Viet
Tannshill, Inman, Cunningham, Fi?
ing, Dafois and Browor.
BOSTON, Jane 6.-A boat capsized
Andover Pond, drowning five am?t
CIHOIUNATI, Jane 6.-The Rabbin
Coofrrenee convened here, to-day.
Lebinthal, of Cincinnati, presides. '
objecta are a new prayer book, the
tablishmeht of a Rabbinical college, i
provisions for Jews who are withont
privileges of .synagogues.
NEW YORK, June 6,-A seaman of
British bark Manitoba had a hearing
piracy. He will bo held for extradit;
The ship Europa, from Bremen,
ports that on Jpne 8 she saw o brig i
a signal of distress. She proved tc
the J. L. Bowen, hence for Gibrai
four days out, the crew having mnlii
and killed tho captain. The ohief r
lay on tho deck sonseless, with his 1
badly out. The second mate had his
broken and was otherwise badly inj?
and two men and ono passenger
badly beater!. ' The Europa pritheY mate
on board tb o brig to bring her- back- to
' WASHINGTON; Jdno 0.-The ' Agficol-!
taral Bureau has issued no estimates, of
the growing cotton crop. [ No official re-,
port has been made concerning cotton.
A statement bf comparativo acreage nod
condition of the growing plant will, be
made in about two weeks.
The labor committee fixed 'upon '82.BO
per day. Many 1 abo rere- refuse to ac?
cept the terms. .Inflammatory, "speeches
wore ma'cfe last night. The following is
a specimen: Marcellus Weht said .they
were all laboring men, and must have 1
work to keep their families from atarv- ;
lng; and if th?y wore to be kept out of
lt by these contractors they would have J
their (the contractors) blood; and should
this continue, bo would say to them, to
take a contractor's head ?off his 'shoul?
ders, wherever and-whenever they should
meet him. He told them to go to their '
Districts and form associations for pro?
jecting laboring men, elect delegates toa
convention,' to, draw up ,memorials and
resolutions, and 1 bo ready to meet these
damned Ynnbee1 contractors-the ' mean?
est and most contemptible set of men on
God's earth. , ...
: Probabilitic'?^Cle&r weather ik proba?
ble for .'Wednesday from Pennsylvania
to Iowa and Southward, and. rainy.jwea
thor will bo experienced from Ohio to
Dake Ontario and the extreme Eastern
States, to-night, with partially cloudy
and clear weather Wednesday. The
threatening weather which is n'cAv preva?
lent on the lakes is the remnante'bf -the
storm which was at Qalvestou, Juno 4,
and at Key West, June 1.
; KINGSTON, June 6.-The prospect for
a very heavy crop of . coffee is excellent;
Governor Orr, of South Caroliun,
testified before, the Ku Klux Commit tor
to-day. He knew of no Ku Klux in his
part of the State. He believed such au
organization did exist in somo Counties.
Its objoot was to intimidate voters ia
1872. Orr leaves for tho South.to-night.
There woro several demonstrations to?
day by the. negroes. At ouo point,
?oven were arrested by the police The
following order hos been issued:
' GOVERNOR'S OFFICE, June 6--Afr.
Gleason: In view of tho present difficulty
with the laborers, and to preservo the
peace of the city, wu suggest (hat you
suspend the work on the Seventh street
improvement, until such measures cnn
be adopted as . -tho occasion demanda.
Yours, respectfully, , !
H. D. COOKE,
JAS. A. MAGBUDEB,
S. P. BBOWN. ,:;
. ? Upon the reception of the above,
Gleason, who had white men working nt
$1.50, stopped work.
The Americau and Spanish Claims
Commission met to-day and considered
mles for their procedure. When these
are completed, the commission will ad?
journ for two months, to allow claimants
to prepare papers and take testimony,
in accordanoo with the rules.
About the 1st of August the Internal
Bevenue Department will issue new
stamps-one kiud to be oalled sensitive
stamps, becanso tho acid to remove the
cancellation destroys them; the other
kind to ' be printed in colors, making
photography impossible. -
MONTRBAIJ, Jane 6.-The bodies of
-the unfortunate journalists, (Spaght and
Lodge, of tho Montreal Gazette^ who
went ovor Lachire Rapids, on the
Queen's birth-day, have been reoovored.
The funeral took place to-day.
GALVESTON, TEXAS, June 6.-A terri?
ble storm has prevailed here, commenc?
ing on Saturday noon. A wind from the
South-east foroed the waters of the Gulf
on the island, covering, to several feet
deep, tho Southern part of the city.
About two miles of the G., H. & H. B.
R. is washed away, two miles above the
city. The bridge across the bay is safe.
The steamship Alabama, of the Mor?
gan line, with a cargo of cattle and
sheep, from Rookport to New Orleans,
went ashore, twenty miles West of here,
on Sunday, and will probably be a wreck.
The bark Virginia Dare, from Cardiff to
Galveston, with a cargo of railroad iron,
.went down about six miles East pf here,
on Sunday night. The crew, consisting
of fourteen men, were rescued yesterday
from the m UH ts, where they bad buen
lashed since 3 o'clock Sunday morning.
Many buildings have been washed
away from the lower part of the oity, on
the Gulf beach. ? No lives lost, The ve?
locity of the wind, OD Sunday night, nt
10 o'clock, was thirty-nine miles per
hour. Six inohos of rain fell since Sat?
urday 2 P. M. Tho storm also prevailed
to a groat extent at Houston, doing much
damage there. Heavy rain storms st all
telegraph stations in the interior.
HOTETI ARRIVALS, June 6.-Columbia\
Hotel-C. Stows, New York; W. H.
Evans, W. ?A. Bradley, C. F. Saums,
Charleston; E. H. Brooks, Augusta; W.
B. Regan, Raleigh; T. B. Hey ward, Bos*
ton; O. Miles, N. C.; D. E. Converse,
Spartanborg; Mrs. Felder, Miss Knapp,
Miss Maury, Virginia; M?BB JJ. Earle,
W. E. Earle, Greenville; P. Wachtel,
S. Gu uh ouse-, Union; G. W. B?ros,
Nickersorv House-J. Eli Gregg, Mar's
Bluff; W. R. Kline, Gilbert Hollow; F.
Bush, city; F. D. Bush, Frog Level; M.
Nioely, G. and 0. R. R.; J. L. Vass,
?partanburg; J. G. Gibbes, Dr. E. C.
Simkino, wife and servant, Fla.; J. A.
Enslow, T. G. Barker, Charleston; J. H.
Gay, Charlotte; J. H. MacDougal, Sa?
lem; Mrs. R.*M. Simkins and daughter,
Boots and Shoes.
WE are now prepared to show an entire
now and fresh etock of tho above goode,
bought direct from ?rst hands. Wo shall en?
deavor to givo satisfaction to all who doal
with na in tneso goods, and at all times guar?
antee our'prici-a. fl. 0. BillVEU A CO,
ON draught, THIS DAY, at a' low price, by
the gallon or dozen.
Juno 1 EDWARD HOPE.
. The coolest Lager in tho city can be had at
. IiXVzdorOOZi? J rt n o ' 6--Neron.-Cotton
buoyant-uplamls noarly 8j-fcC^.^; Or?
leans 8J*fi; eales 20,000 bulps; export aud
sp?culation 8,000; seles' ?n ship at New
Orleans &%. The demand for cotton to
arrive ?B iiunmnsa. ., , .
' LONDON; Jubo C--Noon.-Consols
915?. Bonds 0O??. ' ;-:c -)i .
FRANKFORT, Juqe 6.-Bonds.96%, >
PAIHS, June 0 -Bourse closed buoy?
ant-rents 5S and 47.
LONDON, Jttne 6-rEveniog.-^-Consols
LIVERPOOL, Juuo ' G-Evening.-Cot?
ton ol ?Bed active-uplands nearly 8%;
sales 20,000 bales; export and specula?
tion 8,000. Yarns und fabrics firm.
NEW YOEE, Juno 6--Noon,-Stocks
very strong and rather active. Qold
steady, at 12^. Governments steady
and dull. Money' easy, at ' 3. ' State
bonds 12, with light oha?g?s. Exchange
-- long 10>?; short IQJ4. Flour steady.
Wheat quiet and brm. Corn a shade
firmer. Pork dull, nt firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lard firm. Cotton excited-middling
uplands 19;^??; Orleans 20)^. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet; with sales of
3,927 bales, at 19 Je- Soul beru Hour un?
changed. .Whiskey firm, at 93. Wheat
lc. higher and in good export demand
winter red and amber Western 1.63?
1.64. Coin lc. bettor and closing dull,
at 72@73}?. Pork easier, at 15.00.
Lard-kettle 10??. Freights dull.
Money easy, at 2?3. Gold 12%. Go?
vernments of May aud November issues
advanced jfj ; others steady. States very
dull, except Tounessees and uew South
Carolinas, which are strong aud active
TunneBsees new ' 7?J4. Virginias
68>?; now 73. Louisianas G8; be'w 63;
levees 68>i; 8a 84. Alabamas 1.03; 5s
73. Georgias 89; 7H 92 j?. North Caro?
linas 47>?; new 2G??. South Carolinas
75; new 63)?. Specie shipments to-day
$161,000; engagemeuts for to-morrow
B A T,T i M ons, Juno 6.-Wheat dull but
firm. Flour quiet and steady. Corn
white 79; yellow 72@73. Pork un?
changed. Bacon weaker-shoulders7@
7>4'. Lard dull, at ll ?<. Whiskey
93??&94. Cotton active-middling
19^(^19%; receipts 188 bales; sales
825; stock 1,143.
LOUISVILLE, June G.-Flour in good
demand, ch icily fur high grades; stack
scarce. Provisions dull. Pork 15,50.
Bacon-paoked shoulders GJ-.? ; sides 8J.?
($8>t.. Lard-tierce 10; keg ll. Whis?
CINCINNATI, June 0.-Flour steady.
Corn a shade higher. Pork weak; at
15.25. -Bacon steady and iu moderate
demand. Whiskey 89.
BOSTON, June 6.--Cotton buoyant
middling 20;?@20,%; receipts 166 bales;
??les 800; stock G.00U.
MOBELB, Juno 6.-Cotton firm-mid?
dling 18; receipts 1,334 bales; eales 500;
NORFOLK, Juno 6.-Cotton nomiual
low middling 15Vi; receipts 932 bales;
GALVESTON, Juno 6.-Cotton aotive
and excited-good ordinary 14)?@14??;
receipts 1,813 bales; sales 2,50U; stock
\ WniMiNOTON, June 6.-Cotton aotive
I middling IS; rocoipts 80 bales; eales 40;
SAVANNAH, June 6.-Cotton in good
demand-middling 18>>'; receipts 550
bales; sales 200; stock 15,027.
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 6.-Flour de?
pressed-super 5.87Ja (?) 0.00; double
0.50; treble email@example.com. Bacon dull
held at 7K@9>^; BUgar-cured hams 13)?
@14>?. Lard dull-tierce 10>?; keg
12>?. Others unchanged. Cotton ac?
tive-middling 181 ? ; receipts 1,896 bales;
sales 6,000; stook 93,663.
AUGUSTA, Juno 6.-Cotton market
opened aotive, at 18018^ for Livorpool
middling, but closed dull, irregular and
nominal, at 17%@18; sales 160 bales;
~W"E take pleasure iu calling the special
attention of the trade lo our large and well
selected stock of
Ladies', Misses', Children's, Men's and
SID is tn (.une.
Which wo are selling at
QIVB TJ3 A GALL, and examino before yon
J, H. & M. L. KINARD.
? ? Removal.
MEISE'S CONFECTIONERY is removed to
the store formerly ocoupiod by M. H.
y, on Plain street, two doors from John
Agnow A 8on'e wbolesalo grooory and hard?
ware establishment._June i 3
j?. WE offer tho following desirable pro
MUL THAT splendid family RESIDENCE,
with forty-two acres of land attaobod, known I
as tho "Walker Placo." Several hundred
fruit trees of tho choicoet selection now
in full bearing. Tho lands aro comprised,
of highlands and meadow, with a bold fr? o
spring not distant from the boneo. Thc front,
near four acres In extent, faces on Uppor
Boundary, ono of onr most public Btroots.
R. O'NEALE A SON,
Juno 3 Cotton Town.
LATEsyQbAlTioNa'oJ Soun?nsir s?T
ouiuTiKH IN CHARLESTON, S. C-Corrected,
June 6, 1871, by
Banker and Broker, No. 25 Broad street.
If ames of Securities. Hate Jp. Ojf'd Asked,
STATU SRor/BjrriBS. " c '..
North Carolina, old_ 6 - 48
N. Carolina, new. 6' .... 24
Sbuth Carolina, old_ 6 _ 75
S. Carolina,;new? ._ 83
S. C. reg'd stock, ex in. 6 _ 05
Georgia, now. 7 .... 92
Georgia. 6 _ 83
Tennessee, old. fi .... 70 .
Tonnessee, new. 6 _ 70
Alabam?...*. 8 .... 102
Alabama -.. 5 .... G8 '
Atlanta,Ga.,bonds_ 8 _ 90 .
Augusta. Go., bonds... 7 ... : 85
Charleston stock. 6 ...." 54 .
CharVu Fire Loan b'ds 7 _ 75
Columbia, S. C., bonds * 6 _ GO
Columbus, Ga., bonds. 7 _ 7G .
Macon, Ga., bonds_ -jj ...,^70
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
old... 6 _ 5G
" now.. G 55
Savannah, Ga., bondB. ,7 .... 85
Wilmington, N. C. 8 .... 75
Wilmington, N. C. G _ 72>??
Atlantic and Gulf. 7 _ 80
B. B. B., 1st mortgogo 7 _ GO i
Central Georgm. 7 _ 97
Charleston aud Savan.. 6 .... GO
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 7 _ 85 j
Cherawaud Darlington 8 . 90
Cheraw dc Dar., 2d mort 7 70
Georgia Bailroad. 7 ...'. 97
Green. & Co).. 1st mor. 7 _ 93
Green. & C., State guar 7 .... 58
Laurena. 7 .... 50
Memphis ?k Charleston. 7 .... 85 .
North-Eas torn Int mort. 8 .... 90.'
North-Eastern, 2d mort. 8 _ 78
Sav. & Char., 1st mort. 7 _ 78
Sav. & Char., State gua 7 _ 67
South Carl'?, 1st mort. 7 _ 90
South'Carolina. 7 _ 70
South Carolina. 6 .... 65 j
Sp?rtanbargand Union 7 _ 55
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf.100 _ 35
Central Ga., ex div_100 _ 120
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 _ 40
Georgia. 100 _103
Green, and Col. B. R.. 20 .... 12
Maoou and Western... 100 . .-. . . 07
Memphis &. Charleston. 25 .... 9
North-eastern. 50 _ 10
Savannah dr Charleston 100 .... 20
S. O. R. B. ?hares. 100 _ 36
S. C. R. R.& B'k shares 125 ....' 80
PeoD'sN'l B'k Charl'n,
cant tal S500.000. 100 105 ?_
1st Nat'l Bank Charl'n
capital 8400,000. 100 126 _
S. C. Loan & Trust Co. 100 .... 97
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'a.
capital 8200,000. 100 100 ....
Ceutral National Bank,
Col's, oap'l 8100,000 100 100 _
S. C. Bank ??Trust Co.
capital S200.000. 100 95 _
Bank of Charleston_ 100 _ 19
Union Bank S. C. 50 _ 5J?
People's Bank So. Ca. 3%
Plan. & Me. Bank S. C. 2}?
Bank of Newberry..... 25 .
Bank of Camden. 50 .
MIBCELL ANEO UH SECURITIES.
Charleston Gas Co_ 25 _ 20
Charl'n City R.R. stock 50 .... 55
GranitevilleMan. Co... 100 _ 106
G. & C. R. cert, iudeb. 68
S. 0. R. cort, indebt's. par
N. E. R. R., cert, indebt. 65
City Charleston cer. iu. par
City of Memphis coup. 60 ....
N. E. R. R. pref, stock. 38
S. &U. R. past due coup. 55
S. & C. R. past duo coup. 50
New York sight.par ^prern
Silver. 103 -
8. O. BANK BILLS.
*Bank of Charleston.
Bank of Camden. 30 ....
Bank Georgetown. 1 ....
Bank of S. C. 6 ....
Bank of Chester. 17 ....
Bank of Hamburg. 16 .... j
Bank of Newberry. 8 ....
Bank of tho State of
S.C., prior to'61. 45 -
" issue 'GI and '62_ 40 -
?Pl. & Mee. Bank Ohar'n.
?People's Rank Charl'n.
?Union Bank Charles'n.
?S. W. R. R. Bank, old.
?S.W. Ri R. Bank, new.
State Bank, Charleston .... 6 .. ..
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. 1 .....
Exchange Bank, Colam .... 8, ....'
Com'l Bank, of Colum_ 8 .'..'."
Merah. Bank of Cheraw .... 3 . . ;?
Planter's Bank Fairfield .... 3 ....
S. C. billB receivable. 95 ....
Charleston change bills. 95 ....
Bills marked ?has (-) are being
redeemed at the bank counters of each.
King's Mountain Military School,
Yorkv?le, 8. C.
THE 8ooond Soselon of the
^?3t Behool year of 1R71 will bogia on
^UflBhfr*'1" 19T 0F JULY. I
^BfflSBg TEHMS.-For school exponaos, i.
Tjjjntfly t*.. Tuition, Booka. Stationery, .t o.,
emir Boarding, Fuel, lights and Wash?
ing, 1135 in currency, por session of Aro
For circulars containing full particulars, ap?
ply to COL. A. COWARD,
Jane 2 fwlmo Principal ?nd Prooriotor.
rjUCKETt? to the Conceits of tho SOU?n CA
CIATION ready for sale and delivery. All urde
wantodforthe Counties of Laucaett r, Loxing
York, Uniou, Spartanburg, Lauren?. Greenville
LOVE & CO.'S !
BEOAUSE they procure Dio Utost ?ivies lu
Dil Y GOODS, ?nd "get better valu? for
their m onay than can bu ti Ad in an vt thor
hons o in tho city. ? . .
Wo are now showing an entiro new ?tock in
now styles of '. \
LADIES' MADE .DHEBSB8,
Pollinease Over Dresses, .
Ladies' Under G ar medita, dcb.
?;.?ft. .. :;} uihJi'ifi' 'i S-'*' . ??'
"Our Mr. Loro"'is shipping na, by every
stoamor, new novelties, abd oar stock of
DRESS GOODS, L1XEX GOODS, SC,
Surpasses anything in' ih% market, and at ;
?tilt luwor pr joes. Weare a/'hvohouso," and
intend driving i business on uuiok sales and
email profltB. W. D. LOVE,
May 10_ li. B. Mo?REERY.
ALL TO HAND.
OUR BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND
CHEAP STOCK OF DRY GOODS'
Is In atore and moving, miking room daily for
Which wo will continuo to receive all through
Om SAJIPLF BURRAH
Ia a Buccess, and we aro now distributing.
Goods over the entire Btato through its
agency. The most careless observor cannot
but seo tho groat advantages to be derived
from dealiug with a live house, like onrs,
whore everything is kept moving by system
aud order-whoro DO extra profits are t&oked
on to pay idle? hands. Of oonrae, we oan and
do SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANT
HOUSE IN THIS SECTION. A positive?
proof is, that wo soil more Goods than all the |
rest addod together. That is tho' proof.
The people know whero'tp bny cheapest, and
let the stranger follow ibo groat pnblio. In
buying, let thom follow thoBO who know
'R. C. SHIVER & CO.
State of South Carolina-Union Co.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
James Munro, Plalrrtiff, against John L. Can?
non and nary M. Cannon, his wife, and
William Munro, as Administrator of the
gooda, chattels and credits of William I.
Keenan, deceased. Defendants.-Copy Sym?
To the Defendants.
YOU aro hereby summoned and required to !
answer tho complaint in thia action, of
which ? copy is herewith served upon yon.
and to servo a copy of your answer to tbe said
complaint on the snbscriber at his office, at
Union, South Carolina, within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusivo of tho day
of such nervier ; and if yon fall to answer the
complaint within tho time aforesaid, the plain?
tiff in this action will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Plain t?Ts Attorney,
Datod May 26, 1871.
To the Defendants, John L. Cannon, Mary M.
Take notice, that the summons in thia ac?
tion, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
filed in thc office of the Clerk of the Court of |
Common Pleas fer Union County, at Union
Court House, in the County of Onion, in the
Stato of Benth Carolina, on the twenty-sixth
day of May, 1871. R. MUNRO,
Plaintiffs Attorney, Union, 8. 0.
May 26, 1871.
Cleaveland Mineral Springs,
55 Maes West qf Cliarlotle, N. C.
THE subscribers, having aEBOCiated them?
selves in thc management of these
.Springs, would announce to their irionda and
thc public that tho House is now open for the
reception of visitpre. ' > ' I
To those wbo have tested the virtues of |
these extraordinary waters, it is deemed un?
necessary to Bay anything by way of com?
mendation, but to others they confidently as
Buro satisfaction if they will mako trial of the
boating properties of the waters for only a
Wo pledge onreelves to spare neither paine
nor expense in order to render all who may
favor us with a call aa comfortable as possi?
ble. In prospect of an abondance of supplies,
wo havo adopted the following Beale of
DEDUCED CHA RC ES:
If over 10 days, at.tl.50 per day.
If not ovor 10 days,.1.76 '*
Children between the ages of two and eight
years, and colored servants, at half rates.
Washing on reasonable terms.
It is expected that the Western Division of
tho Wilmington, Charlotto and Rutherford
Railroad wilt bo completed to within a mlle
or two of the Springo at en early day.
J. J. BLACKWOOD,
Juno 4 f_R. M. OA TBS.
THAT desirable WAREHOUSE, adjoining j
tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
formerly occupied by Messrs. Blakely
Gibbes; size 120 by 40 foot. For terms, apply
to B. J. BOONE, Agent,
May 31t At Of?oe uf E. W. Seibels A Co.
A rrosh supply of Bagley'? Mayflewar, fine
cnt, at POLLOCKS.
ROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION A8SO
.rs from tho oonntry promptly filled. Agont
ton, Kershaw, Newberry, Fairfield, Cheater
>, Abbeville, Anacreon, Tickcna and Ocouec.
D. GAMBRILL Sc CO.,
General Agents, '.'olumbia, 8. C.
And Those in Want of
w E have now in' store' a full line of tho
newest and moat
Of domestic, French and English manufac?
turo, which we guarantee, at all time*, to sell
as low, if not at less prices, than any house
in Columbia, buying' our Gooda from thB
largest and most celebrated establishments -
'in tho Uni tod States. And as we .desire to
j pleaee all, wo hay? now in our house the
I EVERY CLASS OF GOODS,
?From the lowest to tho highest, and no fee!
confident that all those, favoring us with an
order from a distance will.be pleased and'
I satisfied that ?<
OUR H OU SE
THE OH B
. In thia city to deal with.
We will, upon application, send promptly
by mail, fnll linea of samples bf those kind of
Goods desired and specified by our friends
and customers. All orders accompanied by
c-~ h ?mounting to ??3 and over, u??lvsr?? lu
any part of tho Stato free of freight charges.
' Tho Me unaccompanied, "wili be Bent C. O. D.
i We roepeotfuUy aohclt ordere, which will
receive the prompt apd personal attention of
ono of tho firm.- Our prices bteing low, we'
think wo can render' satisfaction to all. Give
us a trial. >
J. H. & M. L. KINARI),
Maya . . . COLUMBIA, B.C.
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"i . * .-itv ?ti ,~ .!.-?.. . .J
VORT?B fi'STBILI'S, ;
F _A FOLL,l|S? OIT X .. . x-.'rff
IN ALL COLORS, FOB tP
April Ti - <
W&S^ STEEL SWEEP.
HOUSE FO WK HS, ;
AND all kinda latest IMPROVEMENTS IN
AGRICULTURAL'- IMPLEMENTS, at .
wholesale and ru tail.
Our Intercut in, and association with, manu?
factories, bi such that we can make alosar *
figures, and give better-gooda, than any
honae in thur country can do in thia line. ,
ONLY Tar abd we will convince yon.
May 23_LOBIGK A LQWBANCE. .
ncr Fins USED nr WABHIHO.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
rim IS 80AP washes perfectly In cold water,
X aoft.hard or aalt. I* removes grease,
oil and paint from g?rmente. It waobes all
kinds of gooda-cotton, flannel, silk or woolen.
It cleanseo oiWer, plated .ware and jewelry
vf ?thou t scratching- It the ar tictoB are muon
tarnished, rob them with apiece of flannel
whioh bas plenty of the Soap cn it. To people
who do their own washing, it ia invafoable.
It will a ave ita cost in ono washing. For salo,
Apr? 9_Agent for South Carolina.
Hero it the Remedy!
ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS!
TAR AND WILD CHERRY!
THIS oom pound ia purely vegetablo, and ia
infallible in the euro of .
Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Tightness on-t.be Breast,
Inflammation of the Lungs,
Whooping Cough, etc, eto
For sale only at
May 30 } . _ HBINITSH'S Prog 8tore.
A NOTHER supply of FOOD FOR INFANTS.
/V This is just the food for babies. Mothers
call and examino it, at HEINITSH'S
Jnno 1 t_Drug 8\ot?.
Blackwell's genuine Durham Smoking To?
bacco at POLLOCK'S.