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NOON DESPATCHES. .
CELEBRATION OF ITALIAN OCCUPATION OF
KOMB-APPOINTMENTS AND CONFIRMA?
TIONS BY TUE FRENCH AND ENGLISH GO?
VERNMENTS-FEMALE COMMUNISTS CON?
DEMNED- MOUNT VESUVIUS AGAIN. ON
THE RAMPAGE-CHOLERA IN LIVERPOOL
TERRIBLE GOAL MINE DI8A8TER-REPUB?
LICAN PROGRAMME FOR THE BRITISH
KINGDOM, -to., AO.
ROME, September 5.-Tbe ouuiveraary
o? the occupation by tho Italian troops
under Goo. Cardosa, of the 28th of Sep?
tember, 1870, will be celebrated this
year by tho passage of the National
Guards through tho streets, theatrical
VERSAILLES, September 0.-Rouher
accepta the candidature of a seat iu the
Assembly. The discussion of tho re?
moval of the Government to Paris con?
Thiers has appointed the Due D'Au
malo Goveruor of Algiers. Tho trial of
the female incendiaries hus been con?
cluded. Four were seutenced to death;
one to imprisonment for lifo in u for?
tress; aud ono to ten years solitary con?
LONDON, September G.-It is reported
that tho Marquis of Lomo is appointed
Goveruor-Geueral of India, and the
Marquis of Lonsdowu Lord Lieutenant
of Ireland. Victoria is still ill and una?
ble to attend divine service.
Ono case of cholera has appeared in
Mount Vesuvius has commenced to
eject lava. u
PAnis, September G.'-Tho aoudemucd
conviots appeal from the court-martial
to the civil courts.
Tho vacation of tho Assembly begins
on the 16th of September.
LONDON, September 6.-Au explosion
occurred, this morning, in u ooal minc
near Wigan, iu Lancashire. Some fifty
persons in tho seam of thc mine nt thc
time of the catastrophe were out off, and
it is feared are su?bcated by the foul air.
The party soot down to ascertain th(
oondition of tho men buried alive art
still in the mine, and have, it is thought
perished. The neighborhood of the dis
aster is thronged with relatives nnd ac
quain tances of supposed victims, and tin
scenes are of the most heart-rending de
scription. Details of the harrowby
ovent are awaited with anxiety.
The Republican committee has issnei
a programme, which embraces the uppli
cation of federation to the kingdom
abolition of titles and privileges, sup
pression ol monopolies, abolition o
standing armies, compulsory education
State provision for laborers ablo to worl
and sustenance for tho incapacitated
nationalization of land, popular legisht
tion and diffusion of republicanism.
VERSAILLES, September G.-D'Au
male's appointment, ns Governor of AI
-giera is dead.
Petitions for a dissolution of tho Ac
sembly are not allowed.
GRANT'S MOVEMENTS-STEAMER DISABLE
-SCARCITY OF LABORERS IN ENGLAND
GREELEY RECOMMENDED FOR PRESIDEN
-COAL MINES COLLAPSED-RETRENCI
MENT AND REFORM IN NEW YORK
DESPERADO KILLS THREE MEN-MEE'
INO OF RAILWAY MASTER MACHINISTS
INAUGURATION OF GOV. LESLIE-TOUCI
INO SO ENE-OUTRAGES HY AMERICANS
TRAGEDY IN MISSISSIPPI-HIOH-nANDE
ACT OF A FEDERAL JUDGE-AMERICA
POMOLOGIOAL SOCIETY-YELLOW FEYI
DEATHS, AO., AO.
LONG BRANCH, September 5.-A cor
mitton of twenty of Warmouth's Louit
ana d?l?gation arrived ot Loug Brana!
at ll o'clock, to-day. Carriages were
waiting at the depot, and the delegatic
wera immediately driven to tho Prei
dent's cottage, where tho President, I
appoiutment, received npd ushered the
into tho reception room, when the coi
mittee laid their grievances before hil
Gen. Campbell read a statement
views and wishes of tho committee, ai
presented tu him an official copy of t
proceedings and resolutions of the ca
vontion which saut the committoo. Aft
considerable conversation in relation
facts contained in tho address, the Pi
aident requested a copy, which was giv
him. He then said he would send it
the officers complained; of, aud hear thi
statement before taking auy Bteps iu t
matter. He remarked alan that the c
dress presented a formidable array
charges against the Federal oflici
named therein. Ho said he had i
authorized tho uso of troops, and tl
Gen. Reynolds, when ho filled the rcq
si tion of Marshal Packard, did not ku
they were to be used ut a politioal c<
ven tion. Tho interview was .pleasa
and tho President exhibited a deep in
rest. Tho committee withdrew, a
immediately proceeded to tho St
' Souci Hotel, where they held a priv
meeting. It is understood the como
tee have prepared a careful statement
the interview, giving, as near as possit
tho exaot language. They loft Lc
Brandi for New York, this evoniog.
NEW YORK, September 5.-Tho Pri
dent and family visit New York
Thursday. They retnrn in the evoni
and will then prepare to leave Lt
Brauch next Tnesday, when they i
visit Washington and Pennsylvai
After remaining there two weeks, tl
will take a Western ti io, and arrive
Washington, D. C., about tho 10th
The steamship Rhene, which sai
boneo on the 2d instant, for Brem
when 227 miles from Sandy Hook,
Sunday, broke her shaft, and was to'
back to this city by the Colorado, wi
arrived to-day. Among the passen]
by the Colorado is Franois A. Wal!
Superintendent of tho Ceusus Burea
English journals received to-day c
plain of great scarcity of harrest la
erg, especially in Cornwall, arising f
extensivo emigration of miuers and i
cultural If?bor?M tb Wes't?rn States'~of
America. Skilled miners,aro also be?
coming scarce, and wilt,' it ?s snid, con?
tinue to leave the country unless higher
wages nre gtvon. .>
NEW YorrK, September G.-There was
a lively meeting of the Union Republi?
can Association. It recommends Greeley
to the National Convention for Presi?
Wi mc KS i5 AMIE. PA., September 6.
Tho coal mines have collapsed-six acres
of ground sinking 200 feet.
NEW YORK, September G.-It is under?
stood that, to-day, application will be
mado before Judge Barnard, for an in?
junction ngaiust tho heads of tho city
government, to restrain them from col?
lection of taxes, or issuing any moro
bonds and transferring auy moro real
estate. These are tho principal points
to bo inserted iu'tho legal document.
This movement is inaugurated by au as?
sociation called the Executive Committee
of Citizens and Tax-payers, for thc
financial reform of thc city of New
WILMINGTON, DEL., September G.
Tho Republicans carried the municipal
election by 418 majority.
LITTLE ROCK,,September G.-Ten cou
viots succeeded iu overpowering thc
guard and escaped.
CINCINNATI, September 6.-Tho cror
of tobacco in the Miami Valley is Un
largest kaowu-45,000 boxes, again?
25,000 last year.
ST. LOUIS, September G.-A mat
named Hanna, who runs an illicit distil
lery in defiance of the revenue officers
und who implicated in half a dozei
shooting affairs, killed three of n part;
of mou who attacked his house at 1?loom
CINCINNATI, September G.-McMale i
Urban's safe aud lock factory was burua
LOUISVILLE, September G.-Tho Ame
rican Railway Muster M edi unies com
meneo their third annual session at th
Galt House, September 12.
FRANKFORT, KY., September G.-Gov
Leslio was inaugurated by Judge R<
bcrtson-aged1 eighty. After tho iuan
guratiou, Judge Robertson resigned th
Kentucky Chief Justiceship. Robertso
was supported by two meu during th
inaugural. The socno was touching.
WASHINGTON, September G.-Informr
Hon was received hero to-day. by teh
graph, that the American bark Harvei
Homo had been attacked by a force <
Mexicans, off the bar of Santa Anni
ou thu night of August 27, nud he
master obliged to put to soa withot
completiug her cargo. Another despatc
from Galveston, also dated to-duy, mei
tions that the American bark Brother
owned by a firm in Norfolk, Virgiui
and of which James B. Thurston' wi
master, was captured from him by n
armed force of Mexicans, on August 2
off Sautn Anna, aud that her captu:
was forced to abandon her; and th
twenty-four hours afterward, he wt
picked up by the Harvest Homo, at
arrived at Galveston yesterday. Capta
Thurston will visit Washington, ur
make a full, statement of all tho fuels
the case to the Government authoritic
Probabilities-The Georgia cyclo!
will probably movo North-eastward aloi
the South Atlantic coast, with gcnei
rain and brisk but not violent Eustei
winds. Northerly winds and pleasa
weather are probable for Thursday frc
Alabama to Lake Erie and Westwai
Easterly winds with threatening weatli
from New Jersey Southward; Soul
easterly wiuds in tho interior of N
NEW YORK, September ?.-The an
versary of LaFayetto's birth was ce
bratcd by the French societies.
Tho mato of theship Euterpe, ellary
with scuttling the ship, was bailed
Dr. Mary Frunc?s Seeley, of Clevelat
Dr. Sarah Stewart, of Philadelphia, a
Miss Guthrie, of Philadelphia, sailed
Calcutta as missionaries, nuder ttl ti a
pices of the Woman's Union Miss:
Society, for heathen lands.
CIIAULESTON, September G.-Sailei
steamer James Adger, New York.
Fi.vo fever deaths reported in tho 1
twenty-four hours. Tho cool weathe
having au unfavorable effect ou the si
but there aro hardly any uew casen.
SAVANNAH, September G.-Isaac Cob
formerly a prominent merchant of t
city, is dead-aged seventy-eight.
RICHMOND, September G.-Tho Ai
ricau Pomological Society common
thoir annual session, this morni
Twouty-six States aro represented
delegations of distinguished men,
there are contributions of tho Iii
fruits over exhibited. Tho Society
rccei red by Mayor Reilly, at tho capi
iu a speech of wolcomo, which was
tingly responded to by Marshall
Wilder, President of the American
cioty. In tho afternoon, Presit
Wilder delivered tho annual addr
after which the delegutes had an ex
siou down tho James River. M
strangers from all parts of Virginia
tho United StateB aro in tho city, and
exhibition is being visitad by th o u sa
JACKSON, MISS., September G.-At
past term of the United States Dis
Court, a large number of witnesses <
summoned, under tho Enforcement
to testify as to tho Ku Klux orgai
tioo, amongst whom was Thomas Sc
lan, of Newton County. Scautian t
tied bofore tho grand jury that ha 1
ot no political organization, Ku KU
otherwise, that was inimical to the
of tho United States or tho State,
testified, however, that he was a met
of a secret organization, having fo
objoot tho good of the country,
objected to reveal its title or prac
purposes. The refusal being deon
contempt by the court and grand
Scantlan is, by order of Judge Hi.
the Federal Court, consigned to
without thu benefit of bail, till
mooting of the court on tho first '.
day in November. Scautian is r
sen tod ns a merchant ol' high stan
strictly peaceable, law-abiding and
v?rsally respected itt his community.
Tho order for imprisonment caused
milch feeling; .'
A terrible tragedy WBB enaoted seven
miles South of this place last night, by
which'two; officers of the present State
administration met their deaths, at tho
hands of a desperute negro. Tho offi?
cials wore brothers. In trying to arrest
the negro, they were both stabbed in the
neck, dying instantly. The negro was
HOTED ARRIVALS, September 6.
A'iokerson House-D. W. Oates, Char?
lotte; J. E. Craig, Blacks tock; P. G.
Cart, Charleston; J. R. Chatham, S. C.;
?T. B. Watson, Anderson; J. B. Mulligan;
P. W. Miller, Panola; J. S. Holmes,
Laurens; R. J. Latta, Yorkville; W. D.
Calhoun, wifo nud two children, Ga.; J.
S. Richardson und wife, Sumter; Mrs.
M. P. McDowell and daughter, Ma li?
ning; J. M. Berry, Grauiteville; J. P.
Finger, Wilmington; O. L. Schumpert,
A. J. McCuugbrin, Newberry; A. Mc
Columbia Hotel-A. H. Erura, Charles
F. Sam mis, P. ii. Wylly, W. Dudley,
Miss Eruui, A. L. Roumillat, T. D. Gil?
lespie, Charleston; A. A. Hoaben, M.
M. Nowberger, Now York; W. G. Mayes,
Newberry; S. B. Clout)ey, T. Ross Ro
bertsou, Frauces M. Thurlow, Winns
boro; J. G. McCumaughy, Salisbury;
Chas. B. Hintun, U. S. A.; L. S. Whitd,
Fort Mills; H. M. Drano and son, Wil?
mington; H. W. High, W., A. & C. R.
lt.; W. A. Bradley, Augusta; A. H. Fos?
ter, Union; Joseph Walker, S. C.; A. B.
Wardlaw, Abbeville; C. W. Doyloy, Miss
M. A. McKay, W. I. Cross well, Green?
Mr. R. C. Gist died at Glenn Springs,
ou thu.2d instant. Ho was u nativo of
Uniou County, in this State, but for
many years, before tho war, planted in
the State of Floridu.
DIED.-Mr. Francis Elmore recently
died, near Effingham, at tho age of
eighty-eight. His luther lived to the
good old ago of 115 years.-Marion Star.
The Galveston (Texas) News has boen
shown an ear of pop-corn in which many
of the graius had been popped by the
I'-I.H.IM'IAI. A vi? uonliMKtimAii.
LONDON, September G-Noon.-Cou
?ola 931.4'. Bouds 93.%.
FRANKFORT, September G.-Bonds
PARIS; September 6.-Rentes 67f. 20c.
LIVERPOOL, September 6-3 P. M.
Cotton opened strong and active-up?
lands 8j?y ; Orleaus 8%.
LONDON, September G - Eveniug.
Consols 93%. Bunds 93>?.
LiVEitrooL, September 6-Eveuiog.
Cottou closed active-uplands 9^a? Or?
NEW YOUK, September 6-Noon.
Flour 5(tt)10o. better. Wheat n shado
tinner. Cuni a trifle higher. Pork
steudy, at email@example.com;?. Cotton strong
-uplands 2034; Orleans 20%; eales
8,000 bales. Freights very firm. Stocks
strong and active. Gold 13%. Govern?
ments strong aud steudy. State bonds
strong and Btoady. Sterling-long 8%;
7 P. M.-Cotton strong; sales 3,200
bales-uplands 20%; Orleans 21. Flour
limier-common to fair extra 5.70f7n0.05.
Whiskey 92#?93. Wheat l(7i}2c7 bet?
tor und in active export demand-winter
red Western 1.42(^1.46. Corn closed
dull, ut 67($G7j,<. Pork 13.75. Beef
dull. Lard steady. Rice firm, at 8%@
9%. Freights firmer. Gold 13%(?)
Sterliug rather firmer, at 8%.
States rather heavy-Teuuessees 73%;
new 74. Virgiuiit3 G0%; new 70. Lou?
isianas 75; new (?0; 7H 71; 8*82. Alaba?
mas 1.00%; 5s GS. Georgias 82; 7s 90.J.?.
Nurth Carolinas 40%; new 25. South
CINCINNATI, September G.-Flour
steady. Corn quiet. Pork-12.50 asked.
Lacou in good demand at full prices
shoulders G%; sides 7@7%. Whiskey
LOUISVILLE; September G.-Flour in
good demand. Corn quiet. Provisions
firm and unchanged, with small busi?
ness. W h i skey 90.
ST. LOUIS, Septomber G.-Flour dull
nud unchanged. Corn quiet. Bagging
unchanged. Whiskey SSJJOi'SO. Pork
12.75. Shoulders scarce und linn.
BALTIMORE, September G.-Flour no?
minally unchanged and scarce. Wheat
active. Corn tunrco and firm. Provi?
sions unchanged. Whiskey 93. Cotton
firm-tniddliug 19%; receipts 28 bales;
sales 148; stock 810.
SAVANNAH, Septomber G. - Cotton
steady and in fair demand-middling
lS%(ii?S,J.?; receipts 77 bales; stock
MEMPHIS, September G.-Cotton no?
NEW ORLEANS, September G.-Cotton
strong-middling 18??(?)18%; receipts
171 bales; sales 1,000; stock 25,481.
Flour dull-superfine 4.02; double 5.02;
treble COO. Corn firmer-yellow and
white mixed 72. Pork 13.75(?)13.87. I
Bacon 7)o(i?8%; sugar-cured hams
Lard-tierce 10%; keg ll j j. Molasses
-common 12@18. Whiskey 90(^1.00.
GALVESTON, Septomber G.-Cottou
stroug-good ordinary 17%; receipts
313 huies; sales 400; stock li,442.
BOSTON, Septembur 6.-Cotton quiet
aud strong-middling 20%; receipts 110
bales; sales DOO; stock 8,000.
AUGUSTA, Septomber G.-Cotton firm
middlingly1.'.; receipts 50 bales; sales
? CHARLESTON, September 6.-Cotton
firm-middling ?8(7jiiSj?; receipts 153
bales; sales 100; stock 3,756.
NORFOLK, Soptember 6.-Cotton
low middling 18; receipts 69 bales; sales
10; stock 288.
WILMINGTON, September 6.-Cotton
firm-middling 18; receipts 15 bales;
PHILADELPHIA, September 6.-Cotton
MOBILE, Septomber 6.-Cotton firm
middliug 18%; receipts 39 bales; sales
75; stock 5,803.
? - ... "Letter to Senator--H co lt.
' ?PAHTANBuna, S. C., Sept. 4, 1871.
H6iu John Scott, Chairman Ku Klux Conti|
Wo, tbe undersigned, citizens of tbe
said State and County, having Buen
through thc newspapers that you lind
received statements and affidavits that
outragea upon various citizens had been
committed in this County since the com-1
mittee of which yon are chairman left |
tho said County, and that you had there?
upon recommended tho proclamation of
martial law in this County, feel con?
strained to make the following statenteut :
Wu have made diligent inquiry, and
have been uuable to hear of a single out?
rage having been committed in this
County since your committee left it. On
tho contrary, tho country is in u statu of
profound ponce and quiet.
8. T. Poinier, U. S. Commissioner; Al?
fred Tolleson; Gabriel Caunou; Johu
Dewberry, Sheriff; P. M. Tri minier,
Clerk of Conrt; lieu j. Wofford, Pro?
bate Judge; Joel Postor, Senator S. C.;
J. L. Wofford, lt. Mi Smith, D. Ii.
Duncan, Representatives S. C. : D. E.
Converse; J."T. H. White; J. H. Ezell;
II. E. Drummond; J. M. Elford, Trial
Juslice; C. D. Hammett; Aaron M.
Smith; Tbo> J. Sartor; W. T. Miller;
Simpson Bobo; Wm. Irwin, Assistant
Assessor 5th Division, 3d District, S.
C.; L. M. Gentry; John H. Evins; D.
Anderson; lt. E. Cleveland.
ARRESTED.-Sheriff Paysiuger, we aro
gratified in hoing able to state, has suc?
ceeded in arresting thrco of tho murder
? era of tho ult! crippled man, named Ben
I Hair, on tho farm of Mrs. Noble, about
two weeks ago. Tho parties arrested are
negroes, and named Ed. Calmes, Dave
Whitntire and Dolph Kiuard, and caused
considerablo trouble before they wero
finally taken and lodged in jail. Ouo
other is implicated dil tho murder, and it
is thought ho will be overhauled in Au?
gusta, Ga. That this foul murder was not
committed by whito men is a sore disap?
pointment to ccrtniu parties, aud if tho
authorities elsewhere would ferret nut
tho murders committed, ns Sheriff P. has
done, there would bo convincing proof
that the negro in a majority of cases is
tho criminal. - Newberry Herald.
A lire in Richmond, Maine, Sunday
morning, destroyed thirteen dwellings1
and stores. Thirty buildings were on
fire at ono time. Ouco tho men were
obliged to leave tho engines to protect
their owu property, uud their places
were filled by ladies, who worked the
engines over au hour. LOKS over S20,
???; insurauce 511,000. Tho origiu of
the tire is uuknowu.
A narrow gauge railroad from New?
berry to Laurens is suggested in the
From 2Gth July to 30th August, there
were 15 iutermeuts of colored persons in
Charlotte, N. C., but uo whites.
CONSIGNEES VIA CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA
AND AUGUSTA RAILROAD, September G.
W. C. Gorah! & Co., G. Follin, C. E.
Fleming, C. Huymnn, R. E. Clark, E.
R. Sanders, M. Foot, Lenvell Sc S., W.
H. Webb, A. M. Bowers, Copelnnd Sc
Bearden, B. F. Landrum, Mayes & M.,
D. Mimed, P. Wuchell & Co., J. A. Hen
drix. Sc Bro., Mrs. Wright Sc Son, D.
Rogers & Co., Leo Sc Carpenter, D. H.
Oldham, Outz Sc Lake, D. B. Binsou,
Leak, S."& lt., B. Goodmau, B. A. Bin
son, W. H. A., P. Subor, Paysiuger Sc
P., II. Solu mon. Fisher Sc Bro.
MA COTTAGE, in tho Eastorn part of
tho city; new and pleasantly located.
Anply to TH?S. J. LAMOTTK,
Sept 7 2 Law Range',
mil REE MONTHS from daic, application
JL will ho mado to the Dungaree Bridge
(lonipailV for a renewal nf a certificate of ten
shams stock in i-aid eompanV, belonging td
tin; d?tate of John Stork, dct'cased, tho origi?
nal having been lost < r mislaid.
JNO. J. STORK,
Executor Estate John Stork, deceased.
Sept 7 cow (5
Dissolution of Copartnership,
rinri E li rm of CU AM B K RS Sc BRYCE ia thin
X day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business of the timi will bu closed by J. s.
CHAMBERS, who it? authorized to use the
name nf the linn in liquidation, J. E. Bryce
inti liding to re ide in Spartaiiburg. s. C.
J. s. CHAM BE US,
JOHN E. BRYCE.
COI.UJIMA, s. C., September ?i, 1S71.
J. S. CHAMBERS ?ill continuo tho hit si?
ll ess ni tbe nlil stand. Sept 7 ?J
1,000,000 KL1' SSJSSL
Uo dil pubed at macoiiable rates by applying to
Ju UN E. OYLES,
Sept. 2 At Hope's Htnre.
IUI E VACANT EOT. Eau! sido of Richard?
son, between Lady and Oervaia streets,
measuring oh Richardson street 52 feet 2
inches, on East lino 57 lout, oh tho North and
Soul h 105 feet. Bounded North by tim Jot on
winch tho Uuiled States (NickiTdon's) Hotel
?tnod, bli tho South by Col. Thomas Diivia.
This bot is regarded us a lirst rato location
for a mercantile house.
J. W. PARKER,
Sept 7 12 Roal Estate Broker.
Wines and Liquors.
_ J^>* THE undersigned buji loavo tu
iloBgjffl 0A^ Mteiittoii of consumers
.tfgaKlE?f and wholesale purchasers, to
^?]WjB8?ft their assortment nf Roody in this
^PW^iiiii!, which they aro offering ut
prices which duty comp?tition. Their stock
consists in part ol
Choice OTA BO BRANDIES,
Domestic and California Brandies,
Cindee Old Rye, Nectar and Monogram
Common and Bootified Whiskies,
Old Port, Sherry, Madeira and Malaga
Hinger, Cherry and Blackberry Brandies,
Barclay, Perkins A Co.'s hondo i Porter,
Youuger's Sparkling Allua Ale,
Champagnes of tho following choice
Louis Roedorer, Delmonico, liiedseick, |
C.trto Blanche,Cabinet, und California Cham?
Old Uolland Oin, Wolfe's Schio.hiih
Sclniupps, Jamaica Rum, etc.. etc.
Sept 7 JOHN AGNEW .V SON.
For Sale Cheap - - *-*
AT'C. BKOOKBANKS'. "'
fi BBLS. NOBTHEKTC ?rrLEs..
2,0P?! fiao Orango?, 12' bunche?}
Oarikiias, G boxes Ono Lemon?, i
bbl. I.*t??a. Also, a lotof?nno
Tior BAOE BATS and BALLS.
Beeidoa improved BA8KETS. Hept 7 1
State of South Carolina-Union Co.
COURT OF PROBATE.
J. L. Turnor, Plaintiff, vs. N. B. Turnor, T.
M. Turnor, Hyduoy Thomaa and bur. hus?
band, J olin Thomas, buey Philipa and her
husband. Milton Pnilipa, Sarah Curacy and
har husband, Witliam Curacy, Bachnl Mc
Cnllough and hor husband, David McCul?
lough,' Juijupb Turnor, Mary Turner, aud
L. h. Harnett and her husband, Ledfried
Barnett, Defendants.-Summon* for Eel iff
- Complaint not Served.
To TUE DEPENDANTS:
YJU" are hornby summoned and required
tn una wc: n petition in thia action,
(which in filed in 'aha ellice of Probate Judge
for tho said County,) and tn uurvo a copy of
your answer tu th? said petition on tho sub
Hcriber, ut his office, at Union Court House,
S. C., within twenty days afti?r tho service
hereof, exclusivo nf tho day of auch sei vice;
aud if you fail to answer tho petition within
tho time aforen,lid, thc Plaintiff in Uni ac?
tion will apply to tho Conn for thc relief de?
manded in" tho complaint.
Dated Utiionvillo, 8. C., September 5, 1871.
J. BICHA KD LYNN',
Plaint i (rn Attorney.
To N. ll Turnor, T. M. Turner, Milton Phi?
lipa and Lucy Philipa, his wife, William
Curacy and Sarah Carney, his wife, John
Thomas and Sydney Thomas, bin wife:
Take notice that thin action in commenced
for partition of land, in tho Probate Court in
mid for tho County of Union; and that a aum
nions in thin action, of which the foregoing is
a copy, waa tiled in the oliico of the Judgo of |
Haid Court, at Union, lu the County of Union,
in naid State, on tho fifth day of Koptember,
A. D. 1871. J. KlCllAUD LYNN.
200 BCrtU ELS PUKE BED OATS, for
^rjjr nalc; warranted puru and sound. Applv
.?Qw10 BLAKELY &. GI?BEB. *
Kept (5 fi*_
Old Virginia Hams.
1.000 lha. Virginia (country-cored)
ITAMS, fur salo by
' ?^'?A _ EDWARD HOPE.
A HOUSE, containing eight room?.
Apply to WM. Mc?UINNlS.
j?ept ? _ C
THE above reward will bo paid for the ap?
prehension, with proof sufficient lo cou
viet, ot" thu person or pcraons who sot ?ro and
caused to bo burned my WOOD, on tho lino of
the Greenville and Columbia Kailro&d, on tho
-'.nh of July last and on thc 2d inst.
Sept fi ll JOSEPH CREWS.
Before You Buy Stop and See
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
POINTS OF" SUPERIORITY.
StMPLICITYgand perfection of mechanism.
Durability-will last a life-time, bango
or work without parallel. Perfection of stitch
and tension. Eas? of operation and manage?
ment. Hulf-adjlisting action. Parties wish?
ing machines will find it to their advantage to
examina the Howe Sewing Machino beforo
purchasing elsewhere. Office three doora
South of Dr. Heinitah's drug atoro, Main
street. Sept G ?
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!'.
1 f\( ~\ BA lt HE LS choice FAMILY FLOUR,
1UU Hie bent in market.
100 barrels Extra Family Flour,
200 barrels Extra and Super Family Flour,
Just received and lor sale low, at wholesale
and retail, by JOHN AGNEW St SON.
THYMAN & co.,
W li <>1 cn a In and B?tail Doalers in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hosiery, Blankets, &c.
FT AVE removed their entire stock from 31
Ll Hayna street, Charleston, S. C., to Co?
lumbia, and opeued at corner of Richardson
and Lady streets, and will sell at very low
prices. Sept 5 3
Vinum Cibi Et Ferri.
Eflracl of Beef, Iron and ll7?C.
A SEW M io mc IXE
FOK Enfeebled Digestion, I.OSB of Appe?
tite, Tuno and Vigor, Impoverished
Blood, Nervous Debility. Especially adapted
to weak stomachs.
AH a nutrient tonic and mild stimuhiut this
K?inbhialtan has provod especially cfiicHcious
in ninny eases of enfeebled digestion, loss of
tone and vigor, impoverished blood, aud in
tho many ailments consequent upon general
debility." lt is prepared With great euro from
selected beef, one-third of which has boen
partially roaatcd to develop tho oeniuzome;
thus rendering it moro grateful to tho taste
and liss apt to occasion disgust from con?
tinued nae. For salo by
EDWARD Hi UEINITSH,
Aug 2!) } Chemist and Druggist.
Imported Ale and Porter.
! ?D CASKS-Pinta-beat, brands, in store
?jp and for salo_GEO. SYMMKKS.
CHILDS & WILEY,
V O Ii V M ll I A . S . C .
WE have marked down all of our large
Htockof BEADY-MADE CLOTHING to
snell low ligurea that the prico cornea within
roach nf all that wish a good fitting garment,
made in tho latest stylo and by tho best mak?
er? in New York. Wo aro tho only house that
sell All Linen' Drnwcra at $l.!i0. Wo aro tho
only house that hnvu tho imported Hec-Suoker
Calcutta Suit?, warranted genuine. An in?
spection of our largo stock will settle tho
mind of any ono that mouoy is made by buy?
ing from nu. Thirty-two inch Sola Leather
Trun ka. univ a few left, at $20. Juno 23
lil G Proprietor of tho "LITTLE STOKE
has just returned from New York with a neat
Cheapest yet of tho soasen. Call and ste, at
Lily 27 P* JACKSON'S, Mai In St.
Tho only fino Playing CardB at I'OI.I.OCK S
Beal Estate for 8 al c..
THE undersigned will Bell, on TUESDAY,
the 12th of September next, all that tract
of LAND, iu rai ri) old County, kn ow H 'as tho
Turnipseed placo, aud called Jonkiosvllle,
containing lOBacrosof land, with Store-bonso
und all necessary outbuildings newly put np.
It is throe rxilcs'from Alston J) op ot and i H tho
best stund in this part of tho country for
merchandising. Terms cash.
Attg 29 s_LO HICK ?fe 8WYQERT.
URSULINE COM VEU T,
VALLE V RUGIS, NEAR GOL UJU RIA, 8. C.
TUI8 excellent School openod
Hep tomber 1. and eifern Hoard and
^Education at thc moderato terms
[of $150 porseBaion. M u a ic, Lan?
guages and Painting form extra
charges. For ciroulars, apply to
THE MOTHER 8UPEF.10R.
N. 1?. Refugees, ?ir parents visiting Colum?
bia for health, may enter their daughters by
the month:__Sept G 0 j
Rue West Female College.
THIRTEENTH YEAR will open
October 2, and close middle of
Past prosperity most encourag
ig. Location healthy and plea?
sant. Faculty full and complete
eight teachers. Courso of instruction tho?
rough. Govornmeut that of a well-ordered
Expenses for tho year-(two sessions, forty
weeks)- for board, (including fuel and wash?
ing.) and tuition in all literary studios, in?
cluding Latin, $181 GO.
French, .Music, Drawing, Painting, Ac, at
very reasonable rates.
For catalogue, addreBs President, 1
J. Ii BONNER,
Sept 5 5 _Doe West, Abbeville, 8. C.
MRS. S. C. GOODWYN will re
??pou hor DAY SCHOOL for girls
[bu tho 18th of September.
Terms for Preparatory ClasB $G
per quarter; for Advanced Class $8
per quarter. Apply at Dr. D. \Y. Tavlor'?.
THE MISSES MARTIN will re
sumo tho exercises of their School
son MONDAY, October 2.
Arrangements having been made
'for forming a Primary Class, a fow
preparatory scholars will bo re?
Musical Department auder charge of Prof.
Classes will bo formed in French, Gorman,
Latin, Drawing and Fancy Work.
A very limited number of pupils will be re?
ceived as boarders.
For terms, Ao., apply at the residence'of
Rev. WM. MARTIN, OU Rlauding atreot.
August 20 ? ;_w
Columbia Female Academy.
EXERCISES will bo roaumod
hero on MONDAY, October 2. The
^course of etndy will bo thorough
g'and complote, our aim being to
enable pupils to acquire a sound
education, and wo desire to receive
none but euch aa como for tb At purpose, stu?
dents iu the higher branches will have the aid
of Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus,
Telescope and Globes.
Boarders will bo under the ch argo of Dr.
aud Mrs. W. L. Roynolds, and will bo cared
for as members of tho family.
Board, including everything but washing.$25
Tuition-advanced classes, $5 and. 6
Primary classes. 4
No extra chargo for Latin, French or Draw?
Music, per quarter.$30
JANE H. REYNOLDS,
SOPHIA M. REYNOLDS,
Aug 0 \TgtO_Principals.
WE ask of havers an examination of the
fol h > win;: goods:
California Port Wine.
O. P. Gardner's North Carolina Oom.
Suit's, 1S5G, Ryo.
j Old Virginia Glades.
Puro Cognac Brandy.
J These aro all standard goods, and wo havo
put tho prices right down to the bottom. Also,
cheap goods of all grades, tho quality and
prices of which will certainly ploaao tho buyer
and eave him nionoy.
Aug 27 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
IN view of tho inilux of vi?
sitors to Columbia, occasioned
by the prevalence of tho yol
. . -, .'low fever in Charleston, tho
prupriuLor ul ROSE'S HOTEL has concluded
tb re-open his establishment for tho accom?
modation of tho public at once, and therefore
withdraws tho proposals ho has heretofore
mudo for its salo or lease.
Tho Hotel will honcoforward bo conducted
us a tlrst class houao of entertainment, and
special provision will bo made for tho comfort'
and convenience of families.
Carriages and au Omnibus will he fonnd at
every arriving train. W. E. ROSE.
uir Charleston Courter, Yorkvillo Enquirer
and Greenville Mountaineer substitute above
for advertisement now published, and insert
until further notieo.
FRENCH UASSIIIERE PASTS,
jy, FORMERLY $1G to $18, we ^fr^^fi)
(fjf aro now making for 112 and ^Sali^JU?
$13, to closo out our lino of French Goode.
Light Oassimere Snits at Cost.
Now is the timo to order our perfect titting
SHIRTS, warranted to please.
A few Ladies' TRAVELING TRUNKS, at
ta- Call and secura BARGAINS at
Jn'v ll R. A W. 1. eWAPFIKLD'S.
Smoked Beef and Tongues,
BUFFALO TONGUES and SMOKED BEEF,
for sale by E. HOPE.