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N ?? NOON DESPATCHES. , .
REPUBLICAN B?COE?S TN Flt RN CH ELK CT rO NS
-NAPOLEON, EUGENIE, FREDERICK WIL?
LIAM AND WIFE TRAVELING}-AUK KIO AN
BANQUET IN VIENNA, "WHAT BE ?BT SAYS
SUCCESS OF THE UNITED ' STATES LOAN -
PARISIAN LOAN TO RE-BUILD DESTROYED
' M'AI ARON RE-INSTATED AT VERSAILLES
WRECK OF A STEAMER, AO., AO.
.VIENNA, Joly 6.--John Jay g?ve a din?
ner on the 4th. .The. ambassadors were
all.presont. Count Beuat toasted, the
United States, and, in 'responding, said
he thought the treaty vat Washington
would prevent wars by establishing arbi?
PARIS, July C.-Details of tbe army
voto aro .couiiug in. The garrison al
Lille gave 700 Republican and only tan
Legitimist'-votes. Tho city of Cal ait
gave 3,000 Republican and 600 Monarch
ial votes. . Tho -Republicans are in the
ascendancy nearly everywhere.
LONDON, J uly ti.-The Submarine Mes
senger, devoted to telegraphing, says
"Tho publio uud prosy and allies an
against high cable rates. We must hav<
It is said Napoleon goes to,Oenevi
and Eugenie to Spain. Frederick Wil
liam and wife aro expected here to-night
LONDON, July 6.-Tbs a ten m or Gam bi i
was totally wrecked iu Algoa Bay. &<
PARIS, July 0.-A loan will be raine*
by Paris to rebuild destroyed monu
meats. Jules Duoatel, for treason t<
the Communists, was awarded tho Croa
of the Legion of Honor. McMahoi
has been reinstated in command nt Yet
Bailies. Duke Nemours and Schneider
tho former President, of the Gorps Le
gislatiff in Paris, havo been elected
Supplemental elections will occur nex
Sunday. Prinoe De Joinville, bavin,
declared for the Republic, will undoubt
edly succeed in the ? department of Lc
manchu. General Mantenflel dined wit
Thiers. Mol tko has : ordered' the Get
man commandera .to forbear iufliotin
. punishment fox ahy offences which .th
Fren oh law can reach. Count Wald ezri
complains of tho bitter language-of tb
journals towards Germany; the Offic'u
Jbuni?/j in' publishing this Btaterneu
advises tba other journals to exerbiue th
IJ?HDON, JuJy 6.-rAssistaut Unite
States. Treasurer Richardson repor
complete success in negotiating the fh
per cent, bonds.
'- . A?ie rican intel i mon cc.
; \ NOON DESPATCHES.
AARON ALPEDBIA IN COURT -r F AT AL RAI:
ROAD ACOIDENT-'-i-MEXlCAN MATTERS
?EUIOIDE-MAN SHOT WHILE ASLEEP-i
INSULTER . OF LADIES KILLED-STAY (
.ntOOEKDINOS IN FOSTER MURDER CAS.'i
LYNOH ?AW IN ILLINOIS -HOMICIDE >}
NEW ORLEANS, AO., i C. > .
NASHVILLE, . July 4.-A. troiu of tw
coaches and a sleeping car; hence'at 8."2
yesterday,.on the- Nashville And Nortl
western Road, after the locomotiva at
baggage oar was over, went through tl
bridge at H?rpeth River. Fifteen we
killed; twonty-thr.ee wounded. Killed
John Marshall, Nashville; Judge j Hor
berger, Olhrksville; Charles- Campbe
wife and ohild, Edgefleld, and three mt
unknown; Mrs. Wm. S. H eat man ai
Mrs..Thomas Dunn, Kingston Spring
Mr. Pendergast'and Mr. Wright, Wh:
Bluff; J. 0, Brooke* and brother, Wi
and : Wiley .Howard, Marshall Count
Tfee wounded aro W. W. Gee. brakema
V.- Halo, Point Isabel, Ind.; Mrs. Heai
Trenton, Tenn.; J. W. Scott, Mr, Wit
erst. Miss Clem Leak and John Caa
bell. Nashville; J. W. Thompson, A
herat Coiirt House, Va. ; Alex. Wrig
White Bluff; W.; Walker, -Union Ci
W. E. Y??fman, Memphis; Thomas
Yeatman, Kingston Springs; M
Brown, Johnsonville; John Pegram a
brothel ; conductor Landis; S. S, Brot;
Nashville; Robert Daniel, Bedford Coi
ty, and Thomas Dunn, Kingston Sprin
None of the wounded aro mort!
bart. Dead and wounded brought
NEWARK, July 5.-Justice Bradley
the United States Supreme Court
hearing persons who hold claims agai
the Memphis and Pacific Railroad, \
desire to share equally with bond-h(
ors in the property of tbe road. '
hearing hos been adjourned to Aug
SALT LAKE, July 5.-There were
demonstrations in honor of the Fou:
Two companies of United States tra
are in tbe oity to prevont tho parad
tho Mormon militia.
.* NBW YORK, July 5.-At tho Jeffej
Market Police Court, this morn
Aaron Bradley, colored Senator
Georgia, charged Samuel L. Ha:
financial inspector of the National Fr
mon's Saving and Trust Company of
oity, with cheating him out of
Complainant stated that on the 171
June last he deposited $160 in the 1
in question. On subsequently loo]
over the book, Bradley found that
6100 had been entered. Harris was
in $500 bail to answer.
MEXICO, June 27.-The primary
Hons in the City of Mexico, Quere
Paohnoa, Jalisco and Orizaba favor
rez. The result is divided betwoon
and Juarez in Guanajuato, Puebla
Vera Cruz. No disturbances iu ai
the above States. Lerdo was compl
defeated. In the oapital, Juare:
ceived nearly the unanimous vote,
polios aro very watch I ul; noisy pei
are arrested. The black vomit rog
Vera Cruz. The Government OJ
the fortifications^at Tampico to V
veiled. There has been a serious fi
Zacatecas, and many lives were lost
JIJONO BRANCH, July 6.-The y
reaobod the goal in "tho following o
Sappho, Dauntless, Columbia* A
line, &c. Tbs judges award Sapph
winner bf tho schooners; Grach
winner of tho sloops.
NEW YORK, July 6.-TbeSpctqisl
... WASHINGTON, Joly G.-Attorney-Uen
or?l 'Ackerman alono, of tho Cabinet, ia
here. . ' ? !- * '
Treasury disbursements for Jone, over
$53.750,000, inoluBive of intereat..
H. B. Peterson baa n> contract for a
tri-weekly mail' between New Orleans
> Judge PettuB and Col. Pngb, of Ala
; bama, before tho Ku Klux Committee,
corroborated Lindsay and danton. No
such organization exists in Alabama. J;
M. Justice, of Rutherford County, N.
C., testified that some five weeks ago,
disguised men came ' to his house, took
bim out of bed, whipped him terribly
with clubs and pistols, took bim to the
woods, and threatened him with death.
U.c. promised not to go to Washington
to testify regarding outrages previously
committed in his neighborhood. He
waa confined to bed for three weeks from
his hurt?. Justice believed these not
mere neighborhood quarrels, but ?rtnly
believed in the existence of Ku Kin: in
North Carolina. *
ly winds will probably continue in thc
Southern and Oulf States, with North?
westerly winds in the interior, Friday
\ afternoon. The barometer will probably
oontinne to fall to-night in Now York,
with brisk South-easterly winds ou the
East Atlautio coast for a short time, with
threatening aud raiuy weather, clearing
awoy on Friday. Partially cloudy aud
clear weather aro probable Friday, West
of Michigan and Tennessee. Brisk
South-westerly winds are probable for
to-night on Lakes Ontario and Erio.
Lona BRANCH, July G.-Idaho won the
first race by half a ueck-time '2.1G}.?\
Salina won the a cc o na by half a length
time 2.43J.< ; Helmbold won the third by
two lengths-time 3.41 ?4'.
ST. LOOTS, July 6.-Chief of Police
McDonough is gone to Washington iu
connection with the National Police
Convention here next fall. After con?
sulting Secretary Fish, with a view to
opening corresponden oe j with foreign
polioo, McDonough will visit the cities
and principal towns of this country,
gathering information regarding police,
detective and reformatory systems.
CHICAGO, July G.-The citizens of
Wataaka, Illinois, took Martin Mera, who
was charged with murdering his son,
aged ten, from jail and hung him. A
thousand mon, womou and children par?
ticipated in tho act.
WILMINGTON, July 6.-The Republi?
can County Convention mot hore to-day,
and, by acclamation, nominated for tho
State Constitutional Convention, Hon.
Joseph Cabbott, Judge Edward Cant?
well and George L. Mabson. The latter
is a colored lawyer, recently admitted to
the bar, and now a member of the Legis?
HARTFORD, July G.-The House passed
a general railroad law by 129 to 57.
NEW YORK, July: G.-John M. Dow,
Formerly a citizen of Augusta, Ga.,
where he is reported to have accumu?
lated nearly $1,090,000, suicided, from
despondency. He lost most of his for?
tune in speculating. Aged fifty-five.
The'grand jury of Herkimer Conn ty
indicted A. H. Laflin, a naval officer, of
this city, for perjury. Laflin's friends
claim that th? snit is malicious.
Judge Pratt granted a stay of pro?
ceedings in tho car hook murder (Fos?
ter) case. ' It is equivalent to a respite
OXFORD, MISS., July G.-Argument is
progressing. Ten prisoner? were re?
leased on bail.
; CHARLESTON, July 6.-Sailed-steamer
Empire, Philadelphia. .
PHILADELPHIA, July G.-Horace P.
Robinson, son of the Third street
broker, was shot; probably fatally, by
Wm. Barstol, son of a wealthy sugar re?
finer. The youths bad been talking of
burglars before going to sleep together,
and it is supposed tho act was committed
whiUj? Barato! was asleep.
NEW ORLEANS, July G.-About half
post 10 o'clock, this morning, Samuel
Rainy, genoral book-keeper of tho New
Orleans National Bank, while at his
desk, was shot, and almost instantly
killed, by Wm. Boyd. The homicide
was the result of former business com
plications. Bo vd was arrested.
Senator Pincbback, colored, bas insti
tuted snit against tho Jackson Railroad
for refusal to furnish him passage in
sleeping car, ou account of oolor.
In compliance with an ordinance of
the City Council, the administrator of
finance refuses to receive any moro
metropolitan police warrants in payment
for city taxes. Tho warrants suddenly
droppcor from 98 to 75. A further de?
cline is expected.
A fatal case of sun-stroko occurred
CINCINNATI, July G.-A saloon keeper,
at Frankfort, Ross County, Ohio, frac?
tured the skull of a son of Dr. Wm.
Geo. W. Gray, of New Rich monal,
Ohio, while drunk, insulted some ladies,
when the by-standers killed bim.
New Books, bv Express.
PHYSICAL CAUSE OF THE DEATn OF
CHRIST, Ac, by Strontl, and lotter by
Sir James Simpson, M. D.
War and Culturo, by Arthur Helps, il.50.
Hugh Miller's Life and Letters, two vol?
umes, by Peter Bayno, with portrait, tl.
Christianity and Positiveism, by McCosh.
People's Practical Poultry Rook, complete.
Why Did He Not Die? From the German, by
Callirhoo, a Romance, by Hand. $2.
Climatos for Invalids, hy L. Bill. f l.25.
Body and Mind, by Mandsley, London, tl.
The Old Fashioned Boy, by Farquarson.
Little Men, by author of Little Women.
Pike Conuty Ballads, by John Hay. ? 1. Wi.
Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Manage?
ment. Most complete work. Illustrated.
Also, soino now Novels bv good authors,
Just opened, at BRYAN A MoUAHTER'S
Juno 13 _Itonhejorr*._
'Diani?nd' and 'Orange' Brand Hams.
?f /"V TIERCE8 of theso "incomparables"
IV./ just to hand and for Bale bv
Juiie 17 _GEO. HVMMKRS.
Tho host place to got a cool summt r drink
is at POLLOCK'S.
"JT?? gHClAX. ABU BPWBBWBIti-1
pAKTfl, July 6^-Rfni?a 55f. 80c , -
LIYE?IPCOL, July 8-8 P. M.-Cotton
oponed firm and is now eleady-uplands
8%@9; Orleans 9??. '
LONDON, July 6-Evening.-Consols
92%. Bonds 91%. Bullion decreased
LIVERPOOL, July 6- Evening.-Cotton
closed strong-uplands 9; Orleans 9>?@
NEW TORE, July 0-Noon.-Flour dull
and heavy.? Wheat mid corn a Bhade
firmer. Pork firmer, at 15.37@15 50.
Cotton steady-aplauda 20%; OrleanB
21 %\ sales 1,500 bales. Freights firm.
Stocks steady and dull. Governments
steady and dull. State bonds duli and
steady. Money easy, at 3. Gold steady,
at 13^. Exobange-long 10J4; Bhort
7 P. M.-Cotton stendy; sales 4,043
bales-uplands 20%. Flour-Southern
drooping; common to fair extra 0.25@
6.85; good to choice 6.80(?l9.00. Whis?
key firmer, at 94)?@95. Whoat firmer,
but a declino in freights straightened
export demand-wiuter rod and amber
Western firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn a shade firm?
er, nt 71(a)71)?. Provisions quiet aud
steady. 1< r eights heavy aud lower-sail,
wheat ll; oom ; steum, wheat 8.
Money easy, at 2(d)'?. Sterling-long
lOjf,; short ll. Governments slightly
easier-G2s 14%. South Carolinas some?
what better. Others unchanged. Ten?
nessee* 72; new 71,;^. Virgiuius 641 ?;
now 72^. Louisiunas 69; new 63; le?
vees 72; 8s 87. Alabamas 99; fis 69.
Georgias 86; 7s 90. North Carolinas 46;
new 27. South Curolinns 75; now 59.
CINCINNATI, j uly 6. -Flour unchanged,
Co n steady, at 55?56. Pork 15.5P.
Lard-lO^o usked. Bacon closed dull
shoulders 7. Whiskey ndvnnced, nt 90.
LOUISVILLE, July 6.-Flour unchanged.
Corn 73. Mess pork held ut lti.00.
t? ho alders 7; clear sides 9>.<. Packed
lard 10>?@11>2- Whiskey 9U.
ST. LOUIS, July 6.-Flour iu better
demand-winter 4.50. Corn higher
mixed 52. Whiskey 91. Bagging dull.
Pork email@example.com. Bacon firmer
shoulders 7%; clear sides 9J?.
BALTIMORE, July 6.-Flour dull, ex?
cept for good grades. Wheat quiet.
Corn dull aud acaree. Provisions un?
changed. Whiskey 94. Cotton quiet
but brm-middling 21; receipts 203
bales; sales 395; stock 2,030.
NORFOLK, July 6.-Cotton steady
low middling 19^@20; receipts 117
bales; stock 1,523.
CHARLESTON, July 6.-Cottou firm'
middling 20; receipts 128 baie?; sales
SAVANNAH, July 6.-Cottou tending
downward-middling 19(3)19}<?; receipts
193 bales; sales 500; stock 6,770.
AUGUSTA, July 6.-Cotton market dull
aud easier*, at 19@19>r; for Liverpool
middling; sales HU bales; receipts 1U5.
NEW ORLEANS, July 6.-Flour dull
and unchanged. Coru in good demand
and higher-whito mixed 75; white78?
80. Pork quiet-mess held at 16.75.
Bacou quiet, at 8@10??. Sugar iu good
demand-common 9??; primo 11^?
11^; choice 12, Whiskey quiet, at 9??
LOU. .'Cotton quiet-middling 20U; re?
ceipts 410 bales; sales 850; stock 59,855.
MOBILE, July 6.-Cottou quiet
middliug 19J?; receipts 130 bales; sales
100; stock IU,420.
WILMINGTON, July 6.-Cottou firm -
middliug 20; receipts 50 bales; eales 6;
GALVESTON, July 6.-Cotton quiet
good ordinary 16; receipts 722 bales;
sales 500; stock 26,174.
BOSTON, July 6.-Cotton dull-mid?
dling 21>?; receipts 1,248 bales; sales
200; stock 6,000.
Spring Water Ice.
MY leo Machine is now in complete order,
and can furnish ICE to eily aud coun?
try. Thin Ice is frozen at a low temperature,
and will melt vory little by transportation.
Price, one dollar per ono hundred pounds;
le s H quantity, one and a half cents per ponud.
Sunday opon from 7 to 10 A. M.
July 2_J. ?. 8EEQER3.
Gnn and Blasting Powder.
AFULL supply of the oolobratod Dupont's
G UN AND BLASTING POWDER, in kegs
and cannisters, is now offered to merchants
and connumere at the loweBt market rates, by
the undersigned, who are sole agents for the
manufacturers at thia placo.
JVIay_25_JOHN AGNEW A80N.
Ti IK General Agent ot tho Co-operative
Building Association winken lo emplay
a number or TEAMS to haul 300,000 bricks
from Groou'd Brick Yard to tho lots on tho
oorner of Plaiu and Richardson streets. Ap?
ply to DB. E. W. WHEELER,
July C 2_At Temperance Ball.
White's Gardening for the Sooth,
BY tho lato Wm. A. White, of Athens, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. M.6?.
Tho Phosphate Rocks of South Carolina,
their History and Development?-Colored
Six Sermons on Tempor?neo, by Lyman
Sacrod Rhetoric; or a Conrae of Lootnres on
Proaching, lt. L. Dabney, D. D. ?1.60.
Any above sent.by mail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Fob 19 Oppbaito Columbia I!otoh
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHA It LO TTE, JV. C.
SOLICIT ordere for COTTON. Corn, Floor,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
generally. Ordere filled carefully and prompt?
ly^_ _ Fob 7 lyr
STOVES! SOTS S STOVES!
Tin-ware I Tin-ware ! Tin-ware !
PLUMBING, ROOFING, GUTTERING, and
all work in thia line, put up to order
and ready for salo at the
CAROLINA M A N UFA CTOR Y.
Call at either house-Columbia or Newberry
HENRY H. BLKAKE,
If arch 22 t _Proprietor.
Imported and Domestic Cigars at POLLOCK 8.
Tho only fine Playing Carda at POLLOCK'S
"H?'?^fiB? C?'?T" ^$ 15 Tc? Ton.'
per ton, delivered lu any part of the city. .
Oraors oan be left at Loriok A Lowrance's or
A. Palmer's. Ton 2,000 lbs. T: J.' HARPER.
June 29 ' '?. Imo*
: : Coal! Coalll Coallll - '%!
THE undersigned haa mado arrangements
with partied in Charleston, and ia pre?
pared to furnish COAL at $1G per ton of 2.000 I
weight, cash on delivery. Ordera left at
Greenville Railroad Office, over South Caro
lioa Bank and Trust Company, promptly at?
tended to. THOS. J. MOORE. Agont.
Omca or COUNTY AUOITOII, RICHLAND Co.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., June 28, 1871.
IN pursuance of au Act of Ibu General As
Bombly, at ita last session, my oflicc in Co?
lumbia will be open on and aftor tho 1ST DAY
OF JULY next, to rocolvo tho returns of Per?
sonal Property of the tax-payers of this Coun?
ty for tho year 1871.
Bianka can bo obtained at this nfllce.
Tax-payers aro required to enter on blanks
all transfers or purchases of real estate, and
also all new braidings erected sinco last re?
Whore tax-payers neglect to mako their re?
turns, tho County Auditor is compelled, hy
law, to charge them with tho return of the
previous year and add fifty per cont, thereto
IIB penalty. M. J. CALNAN,
Juno 29 Auditor Rinliland donut v.
BS Pearl Grist.
BDL8. FRESU PEARL GRIST, jtut
Aw received and for salo low by
Juno 15_JOHN AGNEW A-. SON.
Teas'. TeaBl! Teas!!!
W- ^"E hive just received an invoice 61 choice
TEAS, consisting of
1 Iyson, Gunpowder,
Young By son, Imperial,
Oolong aiid Engliih Broukfast Teas.
For sale at our u?ual low prices.
June 28_JOHN AGNEW .V. SON.
SHIELDS & GLAZE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Palmetto Iron Works,
MANUFACTURERS of STEAM ENGINES
and BOILERS, SAW, Grist and Cane
Mills, all sizes, all kinds of Agricultural Im?
plements, Hoase and Store Fronts, Iron Rail
inp, Iron ami BrauB Casting; Shafting, Pul?
lens and Hangers made to order.
Manufacturers of UTLEY'S IMPROVED
LEVER COTTON PRESS, which waa awarded
tho lirat premium in North Carolina, South
Carolina, Alabama and Louisiana last fall.
Wo also manufacture the DIXIE SCREW
COTTON PRESS-a cheap and durable one.
Send for circulan*.
Orders Ulled on short notice and on most
reasonable turmB. June 24 3mo
ICE COLD SODA WATER with
PURE FRUIT SYRUPS, can be
obtained at MCKENZIE'S SA?
LOON. Try it.
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF tho most approved styles, can he ob
rained at I. KULZBACIIER'S establish?
ment. Main street, Columbia Hotel Row.
SctB and half sets in great variety. Also,
solitaire and doctor DIAMONDS. SPECTA
DLES and EYE-GLASSES to unit all ages.
Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta Kail
road Company, ?
COLUMBIA,S. C., Juno 22, 1871.
THE Coupons on Bonds due ou 1st of July
next, IUHH Government tax, will bo paid at
Central National Rank, in Columbia, at City
National Rank, in New York, at First National
Hank, in Charlotte, N.C., and office of Messrs.
fohn J. Cohen & Sons, in Augusta, Georgia.
Jqne 23fa C. BOUKNIOHT, Treas'r.
THE attention of eily and country rolail
dealers is requested to tho following:
Owing to the depressed condition ol busi?
ness, and being anxious to reduce stock,
-TOIIN g. KAIKI, Y di CU.,
No. 37 Hay ne street, Charleston, i'. C.,
-rfill offer to the trade during tue present
month their verv attractive and complete
?tock atTEN (10) PERCENT. belowNewVork
TEHMH.-For all hills under $100 cash, or
approved noto at thirty days, with interest
from date of purchase, at 12 per cent, per an?
num. For all bills over $100 approved notes,
ia above, at four (4) months, or acceptance,
will bo accepted.
Their stock consists of tho largest variety
io be found in the city, of STRAW and MIL?
LINERY GOODS, Whit o doods, Hosiery,
'.Moven, Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries,
Hibbens. Umbrellas, Parasols, Ladies' and
lents' Linen and Paper Collars and Cuffs,
Ladies' Laco Collars, and a complote assort*
mont of Fancy Goods, Notions and Small
Merchants ordering will please specify on
tvhich of tho above terme they wish to pur
Magrath's Digest of South Carolina
TO tho present Hmo. Trice $5. For pale at
BRYAN & McOARTER'S BOOKSTORE.
PURE LEAF LARD-"guaranteed s'rirlly
pure"-in barrels, half barrels, kegs ant"
), 5 and 10 caddies, for sale at reduced prices,
jy_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
VTEW stylos of PR1NTR.
Ll New Btvlea of Aprons, white ami buff.
Children's White Munni! Blouses.
Children's Bntf Linen RIOUSCH.
L&dieo' Silk Saratoga 'Ties.
All at vory low prices._Juno 8_
A SELECT assortment of DOOR BELLS,
A. GONGS, LOCKS, NIGHT LATCHE8,
to. All kinds Sowing Machino NEEDLES
'.(instantly on hand. Fine Looks mado to
irder, and repairing of all kinds done prompt?
ly. V. A. SCHNEIDER,
Oun and Locksmith, Plain street.
Juno 18 _
WANTED to buy 20 000 pounds of WOOL
for cash. BLAK ELY A GIBBES,
Columbia, S. C.
KV Newberrv ?Wald Abbeville Press and
Banner, Fairfield Herald each copy four times
?id forward bills to this olllcti. June 15 Imo
3nrvA ACRES of LAND in Barn (reu,
.OUU on tho Edisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
Saw Mill and 2 000 acres of Laud in Lexing?
ton, on North Edisto, $7,000.
2,500 acres Watt-roc Bottom Lund, f2prncro
2,600 acroa creek bottom and pino Land, at
12 per aero. 1 House in this eilv, $.1,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LANI), near the
:ity-18.600. Apply to JOHN RAUSKETT,
Attornev at Law and Real Estate Agent.
Se')*. 23 * l.v
3 0 DAYS 30
"LO VB & OO.'S."
PREPARATORY to renovating out atoreB.
wo will CLOSE OUT tho proaent stock
"Low Down Prices,"
And will open on MONDAY & now stock of
"FANCY FRENCH LAWNS,"
Together with other
Dress Goods and Linen Gooda,
For LADIES and MEN'S WEAR.
S3- Wo sell only BTAimxno makes of Gooda,
eo that GREAT BARGAINS may ho cipectod
and will bogivon. W. D. LOVE.
July 2_B. B. McOBKERY.
Livery and Bale Stables.
rill continuo tho bu
siueaa heretofore con?
ducted by Aguov it Co., at the old utanda of
tho lato finn. Uia Omnibuaos and Carriages
will convoy paseengors to and from tho Rail?
road Dnptd to tho Columbia Hotel, the Nick
craon House, or any part of the eily. He will
alrio furnish Horsea, Buggiert, Carriages, Ac,
for hire on reasonable torras, and aolioits the
patronage ot thc friends of tho lato firm.
Juno 28_OWEN DALY.
"^jyELuK to call the attention of tho public
to our first claat stock of
Now complete in every dei art mm t, and to thc
following special items: ?. \
BOOTS ^LNTD SHOES.
Wo aro now prepared to shqw, doc of the
handsomest, neatest, cheapest and most do
lirablo stock of H II OKS ever opened in ihm
market. We introduce two now features in
thc trade. 1st. We will send no goods out to
try or fit, aa we have, at considerable expense,
fitted up a-'LadiuV fitting Room." 2d. Wo
guarantee, to tho fullest extent, all our fine
work to givo (>nt ii i' satisfaction.
.Tonn M ? R. C SHIVER A CO.
qr. J- MB8. OiE.BEED boga leave
MBm^ to Inform the ladies in general
HKni iL B that abo has now ready a tull lino
^M"dirJ ?' tho latest sndmost fasldonable
?^LAjlfflj stylos of MILLINERY, Hair and
/^SSWQKL ^an?y Goods, at reduced priccii.
^m?^ XAlso, froab/^applies evety week,
'all and BBB for.yonraelrej."_, May 4
W E open this day a fresh lot of
Direct, from first hands. Having no old stock
to work off, wo show new and fresh Goods, at
Bull Times Prices.
We ask especial attontion and examination
jf our low price
Remember, tho only place in the city to pro?
cure i hcfe desirable goods is at
PORTER & STEELE'S.
Reduction in Prices.
LADIES* popular PONY rniE
_<f5E3iBJR^TONB, one of tho number just
tSrJ?ffS^'received, very Btyliah. No-top
W w - Doggie*, Top Buggies and Turn
mat Baggies, in variety. Fine Htx-pasBongor
Phaetons, on platforms; Four-ptfbsenger Pliai
tous, on threo springs. Open and Turn-scat
Itockaways. This varied stock is now being
jffercd very low.
May 23_W. K. GREENFIELD^
^?TE tako pleasuro in calling the special j
tttoution of the trade to onr large and well
lelccled stock of
Ladies, Misses, Children, Men and Boys'
unis ti wm.
Whioh wo aro selling at
MA N UFA GT URE R'S PRICES.
Jive us a cull, and examine btforo you buy.
J. H. & M. L. KI NA RD.
The Doctors Recommerrd Seegers' Beer
IN preference tn London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it ?B unadulterated.
Tho coolest Lagor in tho city can bo had a
POLLOCK'S'. ' ! ". ,
. J\ 8 ale of Valuable Land?.
iMk BY order of the Superior Court, I will
?Sfiaoll at tho Coori LLouco door in SUtosr
ZlZvnie, North Carolina, on WEDNESDAY,
1 Gt h day of Au ROB t next, 1.700 ACRES OF
LAND, lying in the County of IredeU, on tho
Catawba Uiver ?Dd Lambert's Creek, 13 mile*
South of Stateoville, 27 miles North of Char?
lotte and about 6 mile* Weat of the Atlantic!
TonooBnoo and Ohio Railroad. Tho land will
be sold in lots as follows;
No. l, containing 288 acree, moro or less, on
which Dr. W. Byars now liven.
No. 2, containing 238 acron, moro or less,
adjoining Lota Nos. 1. 3,4 and 0.
No. 3. containing 284 acres, adjoining' Nos.
1,2 and 4,
No. 4, containing 281 acres, adjoining Nos.
2,3,5 andO. '-? .
No. 5, containing 200 acree, more or leas,
adjoining Nos. 4 and 6.
No. 0, containing 400 acres, on which Col.
A.S.Brown now lIveB, adjoining-Noa. 2, 4
On those lands aro large bodies of fine
River and Creek Bottoms and a sufficient
2uantity of Woodland on each tract. On the
00 acre tract there ia a good Mill Honso and
Water Power, good Dwelling and other build?
ings- Good Water on each tract.
Those Ianda are susceptible of the highest
atato of cultivation, the np-lands having a
?ood clay subsoil, and will produce Cotton,
'obaooo, Wheat, Oom and the other ?rrftin
and grasa crops ; and aro sold aa the landa be?
longing to tho estate of tho late James 8.
Byars, for assets.
TF.EMK-One-half ia six months; the ba?
llance tn twelve months with interest /rora day
of sale. The purchaser may pay one-third or
tbe wholo of his bid any time after tho sale ie
confirmed. Bond with approved security wiU
bo reqnirod for tho purchase monoy. The
title will hv relaiuvu until foil payment ia
Persona wishing to see the lands will please
call upon Oui. A. 8. Brown or Thoa. Deaton,
Esq. C. A. CARLTON,
Administrator de bonis non of James H. Byars.
Dealers and Those in Want
D E Y Q OvO D S
, . : .. . . . .'.id tit -I -i .. .*.> . ' :
w E havo now In.'Store a full line1 of the
newest anrt iuoit > (
. .. . 1 lo V.?fl ? ti* ..' ' ! f] ".' >
Of domestio, French, and English - raanufac*
tare, whioh we guarantee, at all times, to aell
as low, if not at leas prices, than any house
in Columbia, buying crnr Goods from tho
largest and moat celebrated establishment*
ia the United States.- And aa we . deidre to
please all, we ha ve now in our house the
BEST GRAbBS j*
. OF- '.. . x
EVERY CLASS OF GOODS,
From the lowest to tho highest, and we feel
confident that all those favoring na with ah
ordor from a distance will be pleased and
In this city to deal with.
Wo will, upon application, send promptly
jy mail, fnll lines of samples of those kind of
Yonda desired and specified by our friends
ind customers. All orders accompanied by
:ash amounting to $25 and over, delivered in
my part of the State free of freight charges.
Hume unaccompanied, will be sent C. O. D.
We respectfully solicit orders, which will
receive the prompt and personal attention of
Dne of the firm. Our prices being low, we
think we can render satisfaction to all. Give
J. H. & M. L. KINARD,
State of South Carolina-Greenville Cb.
CODBT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. H. MoCarrell, assign?e, E. W.Keeler, ad?
ministrator. Nelly Turner and Jeasie Cren
ahaw, plaintiffs, against William West, 8.
James weat, and Thomas W. Weat.-SUM?
MONS TOR Run KS-.
To the Defendants, William Weat, S. James
West, and Thomaa W. West:
YOU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
which is this day filed in tho office of the
Clerk of tho Court, of Common Pleas,for
3reonville County, 4?bd to serve a copy of
rour answer on tue subscribers, at their of?
fice., ID tho city of Greenville, 8. G.. within
twenty days after the H or vico hereof, exclu?
sive cf thc, day of auob servicer and if voa
fail to answer the complaint within thc time
aforesaid, tho plaintiff in this aetion will ap?
ply to tho Court for the relief demanded In
tho complaint. EARLE A BLYTHE,
Dated at Oroeuville C. H., S.O., Juno 12,
To the Defendants, S. James West arid Titos.
Wi West: . , 4,,
Take notice that tho sommons in this ac?
tion, of which tho above is a copy,together
with tho complaint, waa died in the office of
the Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas for
greenville County, B. C.'on the 12th davof
lune, 1871. EARLE .* BLYTHE, f
Juue 23 IG Plaintiffs' Attornejs.