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BTUNAT?ON 0?.M?I?Tim MpBSEaoXJ--OB??.
BOSSED TO.. SI AND A TIUA.lt-TH H F ABIS
raxss TON THE DONAPAttpd^^jt??^W
VERSAILLES, June l!9.^hier^,!tep1y;
BRUSSELS -POPE'S j?un,i?? IN IRELAND
--YELLOW FEYER AT BNOLtSH PORTS, 40.
ing to tho appeals of tool father ..and
mo thor ot Gen. Rossel iO^/j?e?oy? ?ayt
tho law must take.its"coutte.,? ' Tho prest
. con tm uiq, their, .attack's! upton .the Rona'
?orMata ut Figaro . praises ; Chain bord,
.'ho iSiVc/ourge-t a uoiOh Of ?^opublioani
against the Prussian^ their, ro?l enemy,
who should be forever.QureoeL
LONDON, Jup^-19.-*~-jEbe PruBsiani
have evi^olocf R?ae?j; %QOQ Jelt St
Denis.'' ->.'. ' t^2sf% .
MADRID, ,Jane ,19.-Minister Morrel
has resigned. There were slight dis
turbauoea over; the celebration of th
jubilee^ . .. , ?; ' :
BRUSSELS, Juno?9.-Riot on tho. jobi
leelwas suppressed by the bayonet. Th
leaders of the outburst are Bald to b
members of the International Sooioty.
LONDON, Juno 19.-Tho ropo'a job
lee wah-oylcb rated tb?ough?ui 4 roland.
Two ships huvy reached. Euglisli pori
with, yellow fever Aboard. 'VJ'*
jj0s AtjKjrlcan in'eJUacnco.
NOON DESPATCHES: :,
FROM MEXICO - DEFEAT OP TUB QUERRHI?
INSURGENTS-GEN. OAIOQ BBNTENOKD 1
DEATH-TH EAL AB AMA RAILROAD -MU]
DERER ; A?Q?nr^ED-?0UAN . INSURGE?
(?2SI?BAL I? iJK. SUPT- -THE QUIO O
YEBNORSI?1P-KENO AND FATSO BQUELGJ
BD ST. LOUIS^ERETELE MURDKR AT
SUICIDE IN : NEW ?ORS-aURibbs 'DIJFI'
ovves 'BfcTwan?T .-^dHo^I-Ayn; warri
IW'p^'Affl^ IN Wt}
CITY, OF MKXIOO, J uno 17.-+-The pro
YOBS-TWO HOUSES' PROSTRATED Ai
TWO LADIES TN JOBED TN NXW fjcBSBX
DUmDTNGS FIRED RY LIGHTNING-SHOO
Pia APP?TE IN ?HICAG O-GENERAL OLA
TON Tl SPORE TUB KO KLUX OOMllITTEI?
WXATHBB REPORT -HULOaiSTTO 'OS1 VA
LANDIGHAM-INDICATIONS OP A* RENE
AL OF THE INSURRECTION TN PARIS'-SH
NBfWS-fTtNOKTII CAROLINA RAILROAD HA
TER3-TTHE MOBILE POSTMASTER TN LI
B?-iJtO.? 40.' . . . '
of the jCa'fJital aro very severe' in "UM
stribtureg on tho. New Yorki Hej-aki ai
?Ymcs, for, alleged hostility to Maxie
and cali up pa t ho; p c?pla to repel t he-i
vasiou;o? Yankees.. yt'< : i .: i. -
The now Consul appointed fOE&S
Freucispo , will Teraaiu in Mexico: un
after tb?i election;. The appointment
minfafer'Vf?. Washington, will aldo
made after, tba oleotion. Marizuu
appointment aa[Minister of Foroigu i
fairs, is well received. General revo
tion is imminent. q ;
meeting, wheh it was decided to giv?!
President pu? day tc* reinstate, the on
ed Board pf Oonnoilmen.' 'Tho ooma
tee also appointed a sub-committee,
draw op an address to the cou u try. I
mary elections for members of Congr
wero held to-day. . Both parties are
knowledg?d ito be dishonest and dev?
of patriotism. Juarez has distribu
tho army, to the utmost extent," in fx
tri?te Whom opposition predominates,
aid io carrying elections, and repi
The Government has defoated
Guerrero insurgents.. *
General BeeqljguaCanio has been ti
tonood;ta death, for tho murder of Gc
ral Patrne.-* ! ' -1 . '. ' ? -.??; <* '
A conducta of throo million dollars
left tho, capital.
WASHINGTON, Juno 18.-Gov. Lind
baa gone to New-YorkTor the porpos
seonriug't the interest of Alabama
80,500,000 in the) Alabama and Cha
nooga Road, and providing for the se
annual interest ooo January lat. '
Governor is considering several prop
tiona, all protecting the debt to
State, bot ne.desires to adopta pc
which Will also protect private credit
CHARLESTON, Juno 18.-Tho Cathi
of Charleston celebrated the Papal a
versary last evening, by a procession
mass meeting, with speeches, music,
minutions, fireworks anrl a salat<
Nsw ORLEANS, Jaao 18.-The trii
Dr. Lancelot Hope Everett, oharged
the murder of Henry Switzer, on th
of April last,' was concluded to-day.
jury, after nu absence of an hour
turned a verdict of not guilty.
NEW Youie,' June 19.-An earthq
of five minutes passed in thisvioi
Reporta indicate the wave centre
probably be East-somewhere- in
CINCINNATI, Jane 19.-A sharp ed
is progressing between the partisa:
Wade end Noyes for Governor,
convention .convenes Wednesday. -
BT. LOUIS, Jane 19.-The chief o
lice having squelched keno, notifie*
dealers to stop within a cor tain tim
Nsw YOBK, Jane 19.-Dr. James
nelly, while suffering with mania-a^
killed his two daughters and hit
He leavos a wife. He had formerly
in an inebriate asylum.
TORONTO, CANADA, June 19.-A
cident occurred on the Grand 'J
Railroad,- by which fourteen pc
were injured, including Mr. Dali
ALBANY, June 19,-Throo whit?
and six negroes, who were gamblirj
drinking,' finally fought. Tho nt
were armed with knives and rason
stabbed James Donnelly (white
times in the abdomen and sb o ul do
cannot recover. Another, white
has a cut ?ixtecs luches .long aero
abdomen; while a third baa innum
flesh woundsi, r,Th?;', police auth
are af ter tbe'blacks! ' -
HAVANA, ? Jone .t9.^The:,'in&
General MprJautVoffor' of surfend
rofusnd, because bp failed to bm
fite qi yr ed nu tn be r-'. Of followers. I
probably be ilioL " ,s r .' . *?
schooner 8. B. Franklin, New York;
?te?t??r Virginia, Philadelphia. .Soiled
--bark Saget, Liverpool; brig Queen of
the South, Jacksonville; eoboquor M. A.
HoU, New York. '
. BOSTON, Jane 19.-No earthquake in
j MrcwA?kEE, Jane 19.-Tho lightning
barned a cutler's shop, a saw mil), and a
tab factory. Loss 035,000.
CHICAGO Juhe 19.-A pickpocket shot
a policeman, nuda bystander. The pick?
pocket was-ahot after the disoborge of
?fivtfifcMTtfM Th0 Pplidernan wOl kitoba-1
sails from Baltimore on Wednesday. .
-' .General Clauton was before tue Ka
Klux Committee foi; five hours. Ho fully
corroborates ^Gp vernor Lindsay1!'^evi?
dence regarding that State. , . "
- The Claims Coraml&siou appointed tile
followingcommissioners: John Minor,
Fayetteville; J. M;- ^Poolo, Plymouth;
Jos. Bixph, Newborn; Dr. Pritchard,
Charlotte; all in North Carolina; and,
i Frobabilities-^-It is probable that the
barometer will fall during the night in
tho1 Mississippi Talley, and oh Lake On?
tario, with increased cloudiness. No
important change ia indicated for Tues?
day on the Lakes, Gulf and Atlantic
coast. . . ,. ;
Mooma, Jane 19.-Senator Spencer's
newly appointed postmaster, G. L. Put?
nam, was arrested to-day, on a finding
of the grand inryt for perjury. Judge
McKiustry, President ol the Republican
Central.Gouncil, telegraphed Heoretary
BootWeU, to-day, that the resolution pre
?ented'tb him, purporting to come from
ho Control Council, condemning Spen?
cers appointments, is a forgery, and
'never passed'the Council. The Repub?
licans of Mobile sustain Spencer.
.u RALEIGH, N. C., June 19.- In fho oaso
of. Anthony-H. Swazy -Vsv the -North
Carolina Railroad, Judge Bond delivered
tho opinion that Act of 1849: creates'a
lied upon tho stock and .dividends in
favor of the bondholders.: No subse?
quent A o ts of the Legislature could
impair this Hem The Court appoints
S. P.' Phillipa receiver, in a bond of
CINCINNATI, Jane 19.-Tho citizens
held; a'rn'ebtiug to- consider Vallaudig
?ham's1 death. Dr. J. L. Valfier pre
! sided. : iW. S.- Grosbeck delivered . a
eulogy. The- resolutions were highly
laudatory. A cornthitt?e was appointed
: to complete tho funeral arrangements.
I ; Nsw YOBK, June 19.-Two houses
wero prostrated nt Union Hill, New
Jersey, by tho storm, and twp ladies,
A World special Trom Paris says indi?
cations pf a renewal of the insurrection
multiply. The workingmen openly in?
sult tho soldiers. Attempts at assassina?
tion add incendiarism continuo. The
International candidates will bo return?
ed. Twenty-five Commune officers have
been 1 arrested since Friday-mostly
We learn from the Union Times that
it is proposed to construct a railroad
from Shelby, in Cleveland Connty, N.
C., to some point on the'Spartanburg
and Union Railroad-at Union proba?
bly. The proposition comes from -the
North Carolina Bide of the lino, and the
people Cf ' Union County are, of course,
quite pleased to have a good road into
one of tho richest grain sections of the
old North State.
?}, P. M.V.Whittman has been elected She?
riff of Beaufort County for tho unex?
pired tarro;, tho vacancy having been
created by tho unavoidable absence of
Mr. Williams, the late incumbent, who
ia detained in Charleston by "circum?
stances over whioh he has no control."
% A man named Amos Niokerson, who
keeps a bar room in Savannah, attempt?
ed to murder his wife, on Thursday last,.
with a knife and hatchet, and then com?
mitted suicid? by drowning. The un?
fortunate woman is severely hurt, bnt it
is thought she will recover.
Charred corpses have been found in I
the ruins of the Hotel de Ville, whioh
are undoubtedly the remains of prison?
ers left in their cells by the Communists.
A lad, named James Mills, was drown?
ed in the Augusta Canal, on Saturday,
while attempting to cross it in a batteau,
with tw ) othor boys.
Ben. Dunoon, an epileptic, was found
floating in the Sampit River, near
Georgetown, on Wednesday. Verdiot,
"accidental drowning." .
"^rr'Ebog to call the attention of tho public
to our first class stock cf
Now completo in every department, and to tho
following apeoial items :
BOOTS AND SHOES.
We aro now prepared to show one of tho
handsomest, nooicat, choapcBt and nioat de?
sirable stock of SHOES over oponed in this
market. We introduce two new features in
?nc trade. 1st. Wa will send no goods ont to
' try or fit, aa wo have, at considerable oxpc nao,
fitto? np-a "Ladies' Fitting Room." 2d. Wo
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guarantee, to the fullest extent, all our Abo.
Ii^orkfp^givo entire eatha*action. , ?
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j June 10_ft. C. SHIVER ?fc CO.
movement shows a continued falling oft.
Totals aro the smallest for any week
Biuoe the retrograde movement set in.
Exports abo ot one-half for cor ros po od?
in g week last year. Receipts at all ports
2-1,046 balea; ag?inat 26,130 last week;
OG, 402 previous week; 40,178 th reo w eeks
Hinco. Receipts since September 3,815,
170 bales; against 2,800,478 for the cor?
responding period of the provious year.
Exports from all ports 20,970 bales;
against 40,332 last year. Exports for ex
rpi reapportion oltbeye?r73',003,732 hales;
mgauiat 2,022,824last year. ' BtookaVall
J botts 224.851 bales: asdinst 229.277 sam?
time faBt year. S took 'at ' inion" or towna'
116,244 bufos; against 46,506 last year.
Stock iQiXiiverpool.915,000 bales; against
628,000 Hast year. Amerioan , cotton
[afloat for Great ?Br i tain 182*000 i?bal<
, against 115,000 last year. Indian cotton
afloat fer Eorop? 471,955 bales; against
! 355|440 last year. The weather accounts
I from the South report continued heavy
rains ia the Golf States, and also high
tip the -Mississippi River, bat towards
'tue, close of tho week thc rains abated
somewhat, and, the weather was rather
' LONDON, Juno. 19-Noon.-Consols
LTVERPOOL, Juno 19-Noon.-Cotton
active and Armer-uplands 8>? ; Orleans
8%@6K; nearly due from Orleans 8%.
PARIS, Juno 19.-Rentes 52.
LONDON, June 19-Eveniug.-Consols
92>g. : Bonds 90&.
LIVERPOOL, Jane 19-Evening.-Cot
ton buoyant-uplands 8}?; Qr leans 8*-6
QfiJi't sales 25,000 bales; export and spe?
culation 18,000; on named ships at New
. NEW "YORK, June 19-Noon.-Flour
declining. Wheat quiet and neaw.
Coru steady. Pork dull, nt firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cotton quint and firm-middling up
lauds 20%; Orleans 21??; sales 1,500
bales. ' Freights quiet, t? tocks steady
abd dull. Gold steodyt at 12^. . Go
vern m en ta very strong and steady
Money cosy, at 3. Exchange-long
10^; short 10^
7 i\ M.-Cotton firm and quiet, with
sales of 3,040 bales, at 21. Flour
Southern dull and drooping; common to
fair ejetra email@example.com; good to choice
firstname.lastname@example.org. Whiskey quiet, at. 92}?.
Wheat lower-winter red and amber
Western 59@61. Corn easier, at 75@
76^: -Rice dull, at 9??@9'#. ". Pork
14.87(^15 00. Lard steady-kettln 10%
Lard, steady. Freights firm. Stooks
strong. . Gold 12^@12)?. Govern?
ments strong, with little business. States
steady,'.at Saturday's prices. Money
CINCINNATI, June 19.-Corn in good
demand, with full prices, at 57. Provi?
sions quiet and weuk-mess pork 15.00.
Shoulders Gj.,' ; olear rib sides 8%. Lard
10. Whiskey 89.
LOUISVILLE, Juae 19.-Flour quiet.
Cora ia good demand, at. 68. Provi?
sions dull and weak-mess pork 10.00.
Shoulders 6%; clear sides 9. Lard 10)..
@ll???. Whiskey 89.
BALTIMORE, June 19.-Flour and wheat
dull but steady. White cora 88?90;
yellow dull, at 75@78. Provisions un?
changed. Whiskey 93@93>?. Golton
firm-middling20^@20%; receipts 4G0
bales; sales 300; stock 1,695.
GALVESTON, June 19.-Cotton firm
good ordinary 15,^@15)?; receipts 832
bales; sales 500; stock 49,239. .
MOBILE, June 19.-Cotton quiet and
firm-middling 18^; receipts 376 bales;
eales 400; stock 12,786.
AUGUSTA, June 19.-Cotton market
closed firm, at 193 .j for Liverpool and 20
for New York middling; sales 200 bales;
NEW ORLEANS, June 19.-Flour dall
soper 5.62; double 6.25; treble 5.50?
7.00. Corn-mix?d 72@73;'white and
yellow 74@75. Pork dull-mess offering
at 16.25. Bacon quiet, at 7>?(?)9>.?;
sugar-cured hams 14>?@15. Lard dull
tierce 10^@11; keg 11>?@11^. Sugar
scarce-oommou 9)<?; fair 10. Whiskey
firmer, at 82@95. Coffee inactive, at
13%@15K. Molasses-reboiled 40.
Cotton firm-middling 20; receipts 2,038
bales; sales 2,500; stook 50,492.
CHARLESTON, Jane 19.-Cotton steady
-middling 21; receipts 315 bales; sales
200; stock 5,252.
BOSTON, June 19.-Cotton firm-mid?
dling 21>4; receipts 655 bales; sales
500; stook 5,000
WILMINGTON, Juno 19.-Cotton firm
middling 19receipts 80 bales; sales
4; stock 1,2997
NORFOLK, June 19.-Cotton firm
low middling 18%; receipts 812 bales
sales 40; stock 2,029.
SAVANNAH, June 19.-Cotton-little
doing; offerings scarce-middling 19}?i
receipts 3,649 bales; sales 30U; stock
Wool! Wooli Wooli
WANTED to buv 20,000 pounds of WOOL
for caah. BL a. RELY ,t GIBBES,
Columbia, S. C.
*3~ Newberry Herald. Ab be vi Ho Press and
Banner, Fairfield Herald each copy four times
and forward bills to thia office. Juno 13_lmo__
Hay ! Hay ! ! Hay ! ! !
1 f\(\ nflA LBA- PRIME HAY for salo
JLvlV/?V/v/V/ -delivered in Columbia
at $1.25 per hundred. Ordere to bo left at E.
Hopo'a, with J. E. Gvles, Eeo.
JUDO ll MI KELL & LEVY.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal
lon or barrel. Aleo, in glaasti, pinta and
(martB. For salo low._E. HOPE
Davis' Poison for iSed-bugs, Roaches,
ASAFE and certain destroyer, CBBY of ap
plication, without any disagreeable
smell or etain. Frico 25 cents'. For salo at
W. O. FISHER'S
. Juno 15_"_Draft Store.
f r\ BBL8. FRESH PEARL GRiBT,.Ju?t
JLXJ reooived and for salo low by
June 15 JOHN AGNEW & 8pN? ?
Imported Ale and Porter.
.?)K CASKS-Pinta-best brand?, in atoro
jfl? and for gale GEO. 6YMMBR8.
The coolest Lager in the city can bc bad at
TO: AND FROM . / L'?Yiw -
BALTIHOBE, PHILADELPHIA, M JOBK, .B?ST^Sv -
ATS* JO& THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING. CITIES.
( THREE ' TIMES ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^fe A W??!'P<
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Bafrusrdays*
'?? \. i'.T V.\?!:/.C ' !? . tittil
ELEpANT STATE-ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours.Shorter via Charleston.
TOTAL CAPACITY, 40,000 BALKS MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Hos Ja Weat, In alliance with the flout of thirteen first claus? Steamships to !
the above ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular despatch afforded tor "the
business public in the Cotton States at the
PORT OF CHARLESTON,
Offering facilities of rail and sea transportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in
excellence- and capacity at any other port. Tho following splendid Ocean Steamers are>jre
gu! arly on the line: ..." ?? -, .ii <U *$.
b - TO NEW Y O U X . .
M. 8. Woodhall, Commander. 8. Crowtll. Commander.
CHAMPION, SOUCH CAROLINA,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander T. J. Beckott, Commander.
James Berry, Commander. J. Kennedy. Commander.
JAMES ADOER. ASHLAND, ?
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. - Ingram, Commander.
JAMES ADGER A CO., WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
Agents, Charitston, S. C. WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agouti?, Charleston, S. C.
TO P II I L A ii K. L P II I A .
VIRGINIA, EMPIRE, > ? : :
Alex. Hunter, Commander. C. Hinckley, Commander.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
FALCON, : MARYLAND,. " .
Hainio, Commander. Johnson, Commander.'
SEA GULL, ?.
Dutton, Commander. Sailing Days-Evory Fifth Pay.
.i PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston. 8. 0.
Rates ga ?ante ed aa" low aa Ihoee of competing linea. Marine Insurance, one-half of opo
per cont. : : ' -.- Wi ' .
TH?OTTGH BILL8 OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS '
Can bo had at all thc principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and MJesie
State Rooms may be secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agente of
tho Steamships iu Charleston, at whose offices in all cases the Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Berths aesigned. Tho Through Tickets by this route include Transfers,
Meals and State Room, while on shipboard.
The South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, and their connecting lines, have largely
increased their facilities for the rapid movement of Freight and Passengers between the
Northern cities and tho Sonth and West. Commrtablo Ni?ht Cara, with tho Holmes'Chair,
without extra charge, havo been introduced on tho South Carolina Railroad. Strst cl^ss
Eating Saloon at branchville. On the Georgia Kaik-oad ilret alass Sleeping Cars..
Freight promptly transferred from Steamer to day and night trains of the South Carotina
Railroad. Closo connection made with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant'pointe
with great promptness. Tho managers will uso every exertion to satisfy their patrons that
the lino tfO'Oharlestbn cannot bo surpassed In despatch and tho safe delivery or goode.
. For further information, applv to J. M. SFXEIKK, Superintendent, Charleston, 8. C.; B. D.
HASELL, General Agent, P. O. Box 4.?7?; O?lce 317 Broadway, N. Y.; 8. B. PICKZKB, General
Passenger and Ticket agent; South Carolina Railroad. ALFRED L. TYLER,
Juno 20 tc mo ' Vice-Pr?sident Scnth Carolina Railroad, Charleston, 8. C.
FRESH AND COOLI
E open thia day & fre?b lot cf
D B Y GOODS,
Direct from first.bando. Hafting no old ntock
to work off, we ehow new ind fresh Goodtj, at
Bull Times' Prices.
We aak especial attention and examination
of oor low price
Remember, the only place In thc city to pro?
cure these desirable goode ia at
PORTER & STEELE'S.
? Trip to the Mountains.
GS aam mm WM ammom i nmsamnan
GREENVILLE &. COLUMBIA R. H.,
COLCMUU, S. C., Juno 13. 1871.
FOR thc accommodation of persona who
desire to witness tho commencement
exercices of Nowberry College and tho laving
of tho Corner Stone, by thc Masouio Fra?
ternity, at Walhalla, during tho lu et week in
June, round trip tickets for one faro will be
issued al all stations on this road for Ander?
son; sale of tickets to commence on Satur?
day, the '21th, and coutinno uutil Wednesday,
the 23th, inclusive; good to return on uutil
Monday July 3, inclusivo. Common-ornent
cxercisos will begin on Monday, tho 26th;
Corner stone will bo laid on Wednesday, the
23th. By this arrangement an opportunity is
offered to enjoy the mountain air and to wit?
ness an imposing and interesting ceremony.
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gon'l Supt.
M. T. BARTLETT, General Ticket Agent.
j?y Faners publishing by agreonient
pleaao Insert three timos weokly. Juno 13 +0
Glenn's Springe, Spartanburg Co., S. C.
Aj?&^rs THIS delightful wateriug
MWnMfcp?m. l)lacu w'l? k? ?P?U for visitors
Ipa?gGgigjggr- Boing situated in thc North?
en! part ot tno State, in a section remarkable
for delightful climate, beaut) and healthful?
ness, this, together with tho virtues of the
water, m?kos it ono of tho most deeirablo
watering places to bc found.
Tho medicinal qualities of this water are not
excelled, and aro a sovereign remedy for all
Female Diacaeca, diseases of long standing,
Disoases of tho Livor, Bowels, Stomach, Kid?
neys. Eruptions of thc Skin, Scrofula, Djs
popsia, Dropsv, Rheumatism, Ac,
Arrangements will bo mado to accommodate
a largo number of visitor*.
Tho best music will bo in attendance to on
livcn the Ball Room. . .
I Fancy Balls dnriug tho summer.
A Livory will boikept at modorate charges;
Charges-$2.50 per day; $30 to Ho per
month, according to rooms. Children mular
ton yeard of ago and colored acrvauts half
Cottages to rent at $25 and $50 for tho i'o.v
eon. W. D. FOWLER, Proprietor.
: tar Stages irotn Jonesville direct to hotel.
A fresh supply of flVglcy'e Majtbwer. flu?
C'.Oi ?t-PoLLOCK'S. ,
AT LOVE & CO.'S.
FANCY FAST COLORED MUSLIN.
jy?OBS cf those boantiful LENGES and '
JAPANESE POPLrNS, at lower prices. ,
New Styles in ' ?
Swiss, Victoria and Linea' Lawn,
Under Garments for Ladies,/
Wc are sole Agents for the
"EMPIRE SEWING HACII1XE,"
Helpmates of onr mothers and wives.
Hundreds of ladies in this city can testify to
their being the best in use.
W. D. LOVE,
Juue 9_B. D. MoOREERY.
State of South Carolina-Richland Co.
COURT OF COAIAIOX PLEAS.
Thoa. Tillot, J. C. MoCnrdy and J. J. Greer,
Plainti?'s, ra. Alexander Smythe, Defend?
To Alexander Smythe, Defendant in this action:
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
which will be Hied in the ofUco of tho Clerk of I
tho Court of Common Pleas, for tho oaid
County, and to Berve a copy of your answer
on tho' subscribers at their ofheo. in Colum?
bia, South Carolina, within twenty days after
tho Berrico of thia summons on you, exclusive
of tho day of service.
If you fail to an inver this complaint within
tho timo aforeeaid, tho plaintiffs will take
judgment against you for tho Bum of ono
thousand four hundred and twenty-three
dollars and iiftv-oight cents, and costs.
Dated Columbia. S. C., Mav 15,1871.
CARROLL, MELTON ft J ANNEY,
D.D. MILI.LIL C. C. C.
To the In fendant, Alexander Smythe:
Take notice that tho eummous in thin ac?
tion, of which tho foregoing ia a copy, waa
died in tho ofhco of tho Clork of the Court of j
Common l'Ion?, at Columbia, in tho County of
Richland, in thc Stato of South Carolina, on
tho 15th dav of Mav, 1871. Dated Columbia,
S C., Juuo *12, 1871'.
CARROLL; MELTON ft JANNEY,
Jane 13 tu6_Columbia, 8. C.
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C. F. JACKSON'S,
NEW styles of PRfNTS, .... )
New stylos of Apron?, white ULd buff. .
Children's White Moneul Blouaea.
Children's Rmi Linon Blouaea." ( ,
Ladl?a'Silk Saratoga Ties.
All at vo.ry.|u.w prices. .: \..?- June 8
Dama gt ? dorn,
BY ^ACOf LEVIN. . . -,
THIS CTue?di-y] MORNING, at lO.bNuock, J
I t woatno* porniittltiR, nt my atoro,
j 100 sacke WHITE COHN, slightly damaged.
Jon^? : 5 < / V i ??-^- .
Bacon, etc., ?9. ,
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TU 18 [Tueaday] MORN INO, ai lb o'clock,
before my atore, weather permitting, -V'
- Ibe. PRIME SMOKED SHOULDERS,
- Iba. prime Sugar-cnred-Strips,
- Iba. Olear D. B. Bidet, . ; .
-. boxea new Oheoee, . .
- bble. Extra Floor.
With a variety of .other articles. Fornitura, ...
&o., to closo enndry consignments. *
. AX&O, ; ..
Two WAGON'S and a BUGGY. Jone 30
THE house vre live in. ?Tho mind la the
touaut of .the body, and uniese the teno
ment is kept in good repair, tho immortal oc?
cupant ia depressed, distraught, miserable,
ana HOOB things "an th roo gb a g?a?s, darkly,"
not M they really are. Wh?n tho stomach Ia
, relaxed, the liver torpid, the bowels dieorder
! ed, and the* n?rvea unstrung, invigorate, vltal
ize, regulate and tono them with
TARRANT'8 SELTZER APERI?BT.
Ita operation ls cortata.painless and salutary.
It brings the action cf these important organs
I into conformity with tim laws of health; the
I spirits riao. the brain clears, and .the capacity
' to enjoy lifo ia. restored to desponding inva?
SOLD BY AL.Ii DRUGGISTS. JonoSO Vi
l^y^E take pleaeure in calling'tho special
attention of the trade to our. largo "and ?TOII
eolccWd-atook'of . .'.'
' '. ;;..' '".?>?!': dd 'iO ?r.! r c. OJ
Ladies, Misses, Children, -Men and Boya'
SIDES Ml SMTfflS.
Which we ara soiling at
Give ns a call, and examine before you buy.
J. H. M. L. KIN ARD.
Dealers and Those in WantI
WK have now in store a full line of the
?sweat and moat
Of domestic, French and English manufac?
turo, which we guarantee, at all times, to sell
aa low, if not at lees prioee, than any house
in Columbia, buying onr Goode from the
largest and most celebrated establishments
in tho United States. And as wo desire to
please all, wo have now in our house the
EVERY CLASS OF GOODS,
From tho lowest to the highest, and we feel
confident that all those favoring ne with,an
order from a distance will bs pleased and
. ?B .* . .
Ia this city to deal with.
Wo will, upon application, send-promptly
by mail, full lines of samples of. those kind of
Gooda doairod and. specified by our friends,
and onatompra.--. All erder? accompanied by
cash amounting; to f?? and over, delivered in
way part of tho Stat* freo pf freight charges.
Those nnsccompftple?ywill beieppt C. O. D.
We re a p co tinily solicit 1 ordere?, which will
receive the Prompt and pcrsoual attention of
Sue of tho firm.- Oar prices being low, we
lilnk we can render oatialacLiou to all. Give
us'atriaL . ?it
J. H. & M. L. KINARI),
May3 . ':*''JCOLCM.BIA1 8.C.