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IiOKDON, Juno 3.?A demonstration by
"80,000 persons, to express sympathy with
tho cabinet-makers, who are imprisoned
for endeavoring to induce men on the
way to work to join tho strike. The
resolutions declare the sentence n gross
violation of personal rights. The speak?
ers denounced the law made in the inte?
rest of tho privileged olasses.
The ship Adolpnus, which arrived at
Reval, May, 6, from New Orleans, had
her cargo of cotton on fire and 300 bales
Ottowa, Juno 3.?Mr. "Witoher, of
Maine, and tho Fisheries Department,
claims, under tho treaty, $80,000,000
from the United States.
The forest fires are iloing immense da?
mage; more pine destroyed than lumber?
ers wonld have cut in three years.
City of Mexico, May 27.?Congress
has approved the contract with David
Boyle Blair, for extensive railroads and
telegraphs in Mexico. Tho votes to im?
peach the President failed?128 to 10.
Concord, June 2.?Tho House organ?
ized by electing Charles P. Sanborn, Re?
publican, Speaker. The Clerk and other
officers were then elected, and the House
prooeeded to business/ A message was
received from the Senate, announcing
that they had organized. The protest of
the five Republican Senators was also
i-artaiyArl afalinn tk?t th**" ll?d t?.^0^
?oath, but refused to act with the body so
long as Messrs. Priest and Proctor, of
Districts Nos. 2.and 4, were allowed seats
in the body. A resolution was intro?
duced, directing, the Speaker to obtain
the opinion of the Supreme Court on the
constitutionality of tho action of the Go?
vernor and Council in the matter of Se?
nators Prie3t and Pfootor ; but the Houbc
adjourned without notion.
Columbus, Ohio, June 2.?The Ro
Sublioan State Convention met here to
ay, nominated B. B," Hayes for Go?
vernor, and unanimously adopted the
following platform without discussion:
The Republicans of Ohio, in convention
assembled, re-p farming the cardinal
grinoiples of their organization, which
avo bec?me the received maxims of
policy?State and national?declare on
specific points the series of sentiments
following: 1. Tho States are one as a
nation, and aU citizens are equal under
the laws, and entitled to their fullest
protection.' 2. That policy of finance
should be steadily pursued which, with?
out unnecessary shock to business or
trade, will ultimately equalize. the pur?
chasing capacity of the coin. .and. the
paper dollar. 3. We are in favor of a
tariff for-revenue, with incidental pro?
tection to American industry. 4. We
stand by free education, our public
school system, the taxation of all for its
support end no division of the school
fund. 5. Under our republican system
of government ihore should be no con?
vention, direct or indirect, between
church and State, and we oppose all
legislation in the interest of any particu?
lar sect. Upon this subject we should
not fail to profit by the experience of fo?
reign Governments, where efforts of the
church to control the State constitute an
evil of great magnitude, and endangers
the power and prosperity of the people.
6. We demand such a revision of the
patent laws as will relieve industry from
the oppression of monopolies. 7. A
gratified people can nevor cease to re?
member the services of our soldiers and
sailors, and it is due to them that libe?
rality and generosity should obtain in
the adjustment of pay and bounties. 8.
We demand that the public demain shall
be scrupulously reserved, f?r occupancy
by aotual settflM^L^SHfed^eterniination
of the G<)xeraHtet :o collect" the revenue
unqttalif) d i PYOTflfcl^^V i^afc *he
powers (^munjoinn^ cornc^dUons^o cre
. duced as to^^^^h^xatlon. il. The
observanco of, Washington's, example in
retiring at the close.- of. ft second Presi?
dential term, should bo in. tho future as
it has been in tho past, regarded as a
fnn Jnmonh*l ^?tr> ,r, vtn-wxrritl^n low of
the republic. Ifc The distinguished
success oftnef)?fo" administration, which
to tho fame of the patriot and soldier
has added that of the capable and judi
ciouB statesman, entitles President Grant
to the gratitude of Jii8'<jouritrymen.
Washington, Jone 3.?The cotton crop
report continues: Mobile, Department
of Alabama?2,233 replies have been re?
ceived,.covering 43 Counties, and show?
ing an average of 3 per cent increase in
acreage. Some complaints of cold nights
have been made in the Northern portion
of the State. Generally, the weather is
more favorable than last year. Tho
stands are good, and in some places per?
fect The crop, compnrod with last year,
is about a week earlier. Labor is ample
and efficient Fertilizers have been used
to a limited extent, and there is a gene?
ral increase in the use of domestic ma?
nures. Condition of the crop good and
generally promising. Missouri?08 re?
ports from 19 Counties show an average
decrease in aoroago of about 3 per cent.
The weather has been more favorable.
Stands fair to good, and crop about ten
days earlier than last year. Labor is
equal to last year, and more effloient
The use of fertilizers is limited. The
condition of the crop good, and the
prospect generally very promising. Gal
veaton, Department of Texas?112 replies
have been received from 69 Counties,
showing an average increase in acreage
of about 8 per cent Weather generally
dry and cold. The orop is said to be
two weeks later. The plant is small, but
in good condition. Labor abundant and
effloient. Fertilizers have been compara?
Pobt Jsryzb, June 3.?For on t fires con?
tinue; half a dozen villages destroyed
and several lives lost
BAX/ratons, June 3.?Israol Cohen, a
well-known broker and the oldest mem?
ber of the Stook Board, died suddenly;
the board adjourned.
New York, June 3.?Cooper's drain
pipe works, in Brooklyn, burned to-day;
total loss $2,600.
John Powers, convicted of .man?
slaughter in the fourth degree, for kill
ing a lunatio plaoed in his 'enMraTOft
sentenoed Jto two years. Bannuers ?
Hardenburg, bankers, suspended.'
Savannah, Ga.,. Juno 8.?A fire at
Union Island, near Darien, last night
destroyed Hilton Sc Poster's mill and
? 100,000 feet of lumber, the wharves and
schooners Hattie A Fuller and Helen A
Bow en; loss $100,000; no insurance.
Concobd, N. H., June 3. ? Every mem
Uer*oT the1 Hd?so' In his seat; galleries'
paoked. An exoited debate on referring
the disputed Senr.torships to the Supreme
Court. The Democrats threatened to
withdraw if the' question was pushed.
In dilatory motives, the Republicans
showod about a dozen majority.
Indianapolis, In?., June 3.?The storm
extended widely; the country in the
^vicinity of Fortvillo was inundated;
very damaging throughout the White
Water Valley to crops and property;
travel suspended in every direction; loss
in that region estimated at $250,000. At
Richmond, Indiana, the tornado da?
maged three churches und unroofed
Later.?A rain again last night swelled
the rivers and disasters; the whole
Northern section of the city is flooded,
from three to five foot. The trestle and
bridge works washed.
Louisville, Ky., Juno 3.?The Ma
sonio Widows' and Orphans' Home, com?
pleted but unocoupied, was levelled;
many houses unroofed and trees de?
Pottsville, Pa., June 3.?There is no
longer any doubt that the back-bono of
the long strike is broken, and unless
something entirely unforeseen occurs,
the present week will see a general re?
sumption of mining throughout the
Schuylkill region. After holding out for
five months, and maintaining a bold
front to the last, the mon have concluded
iiiut there is no possibility of BUCO0SS
from them, and are coming to the opera?
tors all over tho region, ami offering to
work on any terms. Tho Minors' Union
has suddenly dissolved, and its members
are ooming, not as branches nor in any
official capacity, but as individual miners",
seeking work on Tuesday and yesterday.
The colliers have either started or ar?
ranged for starting at Mahony City, Gil
bortson, Ashland, Shenandoah and in
the Western part of this County, and
more will follow to-day. In every case,
the 1875 basis, as proposed by the Coal
Exchange, is made the standard of wages
and is accepted by tho men. No attempt
has been made to interlere with the
workmen about the re-opened mines.
Washington, June 3.?There is an ir?
regularity in the treasury of $-17,000. It
is not yet settled whether it is th^eft or
error; Treasurer Spinner thinks it is
The Indians in council to-day deter?
mined not to sign a treaty, and will go
The mail service between Washington
and Now York has been given to the Hal
timore and Potomac Railroad for the
present. The Baltimore and Ohio Road
retains the servioe for the West.
The $47,000 robbery from the Treasury
Department is confirmed. It is stated
that Mosely will probably be removed as
fostmaster at Talladega, Ala., and Geo.
arsons appointed in his place; also,
the postmaster at Eufaula, and probably
the postmaster at Mobile.
Probabilities?For tho South Atlantic
and Gulf States, stationary pressure,
warmer, partly cloudy weather and oc?
casional rain, with Southerly and West?
Larkin W. Selors, an officer of tho se?
cret service division of the treasury, who
has been missing from his home at
Nicholvillo, Scott County, Va., since tho
10th of April, was found dead near
Opressus Station, Wise County, yester?
day. Two bullet-holes were found in
his head and two in his breast. It is
supposed he was murdered by a gang of
counterfeiters in that section.
The Alabama Claims Commission has
been extended six months.
A telegram was received at the Inter?
nal Revenue Office, to-day, from Collec?
tor Latham, at Huntsville, Ala., an?
nouncing that Deputv Collector Holman
Leatherwood was to-day shot and killed
by an illicit distiller.
*E. F. Folger, Superintendent of Rich?
mond and York River line of steamers,
is dead. Gen. Latrobe has been nomi?
nated for Mayor.
Pottsvtlle, Pa., Juno 3.?The situa?
tion is becoming more critical; the citi?
zens of Shenandoah have applied for
military aid, by having advices of large
bodies of miners marching toward the
town, to compel n suspension of work
there; and that Deputy Sheriff Hoisler,
now stationed there with a posse of fifty
men, will be unable to protect the work?
ing minors. Gov. Hartranft has tele?
graphed from Williamsport to General
Sigfried here, directing him to call out
the military in case the Sheriff is unable
to disperse the mobs. Troops in other
localities have been ordered to hold
themselves in readiness at 12 o'clock
noon. The Pottsvillo troops are assem?
bling in their respective armories, await?
ing orders to march. ?
Later.?An arrested 'raider was res?
cued. The mob is rapidly increasing;
the militia'are in uniform and ready for
action. The Sheriff's posse was fired
upon and three wounded. The militia
are leaving for the scene.
Lebanon, Pa., June 3.?The Eighth
Regiment has been ordered to assemble.
The drum corps is boating up men. It
is determined that men desiring to work
shall not be molested. The mob is 10,000
Yesterday's Market Reports.
New Yobe?Noon.?Stocks active and
unsettled. Money 2. Gold 16?. Ex?
change?long 4,87$; short 4.901. Cotton
dull; sales 154?uplands ; Orleans
161. Futures opened easier: June
15 27-32@15 29-32; July 16; August 161
?16 5-32; September 15 15-16?16 31-32.
Pork heavy?mess 20.50. Lard steady?
7 P. M.?Speoie shipments to-day
nearly $1,500,000. Cotton net rocoipts
562; gross 588. Futures closed firm;
sales 800: June 15 15-16? 15 31-32; July
161-16@16 3-32; August 16 7-32? 161;
September 16 1-32@16 1-16; October
15 9-16?16 19-32; November 15g?
15 13-32; December 15?@15 7-16; Janu?
ary 15 17-32?15 9-16; Fobruary 15 23-32
f\5i; March 15 15-16? 16; April 15 5-32
15 3-16; May 16 6-16?16|. Cotton
til and easier; sales 60S, at 16J? 10J.
Flour moderate demand and prices ge?
nerally strongly in buyers' favor. Wheat
about lo. better?1.08? 1.33. Corn2@3c.
better and fair demand?77?82J. Cof?
fee?Rio steady and fair jobbing busi?
ness? 16f@19} gold good ordinary and
choice; cargoes quoted 10? 18* gold.
Sugar quiet and steady. Molasses dull.
Pork decidedly lower?new 19.871 cash.
Beef dull?10.00 plain mess; 11.00 extra.
Lard lower?143-16@14} nominal prime
steam. Whiskey deoidedly firmer?1.18
?1.19. Freightsjrithout decided change.
Money easy?2@2J. Sterling strong?
TJ'.Tlbld Blr?hg?1.6$@i7. "Governments
active and strong?new 6a 173. ? States
quiet, except Tennesseos, which are bet?
tor?Tennessee 6s 54; new 53.
15^; gross receipts 13; exports to Great
Britain 1,400; coastwise 50; sales 425;
dling 10]; not receipts 83; gross 488.
Charleston.?Cotton quiet and easy?
middling 151; low middling 15J(?.15g;
nominal good ordinary 14^^14}; net re?
ceipts 137; sales 100.
Mobile.?Cotton quiet?middling 14J
(nMlJ; net receipts 43; exports to Croat
Britain 2,680; coastwise 100; sales 100.
161; net receipts 00: exports coastwise
420; sales 234.
143; net receipts 82: gross 120; sales 500.
Cincinnati.?Flour dull and un?
changed. Corn dull?70(7r 73. Pork
dull and unsettled?20.000 20.25. Lnrd
dull and lower?st?nui 13]; kottle 14A.
Bacon dull?shoulders 0J ; clear rib 121;
clear 12|j. Whiskey advanced and in bur
! demand -1.15.
New Orleans.? Cotton quiet?mid?
dling 151; not receipts 13ft; gross 314;
j exports France 3,055; sales 1,250.
Boston.?Cotton dull?middling 10;
1 net receipts 141; gross 204; sales 50.
Chicago.?Flour steady. Corn ad?
vanced and in fair demand?No. 2 mixed
fresh 07; regular 65;}, on spot or June;
rejected 61(2 Pork quiet and weak;
lower Bales?rX 12 Mr, 19.15. Lard quiet,
weak and lower?13.87). Whiskey ad?
vanced, with fair'demr.nd?1.16.
Wilmington.?Cotton firm and nomi?
nal?middling 14A; low middling 14;
good ordinary 13; "net receipts 42.
15A, net receipts 303; exports Grent Bri?
tain 1,570: coastwise 585.
Augusta.?Cotton quiet and unchanged
?middling 151; net receipts 80; sales
Louisville.?Flour firm, in fair de?
mand and unchanged. Corn dull?
68(?.,72. Provisions quiet and unchanged.
Pork 20.50. Shoulders 8J; clear rib
llj; clear sides 12Bacon shoulders
9A; clear rib 123; clear 131. Lard?steam
lo; tierce 15J; keg lGlfalOJ. Whiskey
1.15. Bagging active ana firm?13J(?,14.
Memphis.?Cotton quiet?middling 15;
net receipts 93; shipments 590; sales 500.
London.?Erie 153,. Street rate 3J?|
J below bank.
PAnis.?Rentes 61f. 83c. Specie in?
creased over 14.000.000f.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton quieter?
middling uplands 7|; middling Orleans
8(<7:8J; sales 10,000, including 4,800 Ame?
rican; speculation and export 2,000; to
arrive easier; basis middling uplands,
nothing below low middling, deliverable
Juno or July, 7 1-1C; August or Septem?
Startling Disclosures Promised.?
The New York Star, of yesterday, says it
has information concerning certain ex?
traordinary discoveries made by the dis?
trict attorney and an agent of the Go?
vernment, which, when finally known,
will astound and dismay the mercantile
mind. It says theso discoveries affect
the credit and honor of some of the
greatest houses in the world, dealers in
silks, crapes, shawls, Ac. It is predicted
the full force of the blow will be felt
within a week.
??Three brothers, named Hood, Elisha
and Thomas Cravens, living near Li?
berty, Mo., quarreled, Saturday, about a
division of land. Thomas struck Elisha
with n hoe, when the latter shot him
through the heart, killing him, and also
shot and wounded Hood, perhaps mor?
A llerabl special London cable says
two bodies, headless and otherwise
disfigured, supposed to be tho remains
of a stoker and a sailor, have been wash?
ed ashore from tho wreck of the steamer
Schiller. Tho specie lost from the vessel
A photographer, named Moir, who was
formerly in business in Charleston, com?
mitted suicide in Montgomery, a few
days ago, by taking laudanum. Upon
hearing of his death, his wife made an
unsuccessful attempt upon her own life
by tho same means.
Jim Mathews, a negro who kept store
near Mizpah Church, eight miles from
Rome, Ga., was called to his door last
Friday night, by two men, and shot. Ho
died soon afterwards. No clue to the
To the North-west ?f Batosburg, on
Tuesday, 20th ult., a number of farms
were seriously injured by hail and wind.
Mr. Emanuel Whittle's barn was blown
down, killing one of his horses and a
Mr. Evarts takes in his big fee and
beautifully remark,s that "this is one of
those cases in which theadvocntc's sense
of responsibility to his client extinguish?
ed the vanity of the orator."
Mr. Charles L. Mather, a well known
citizen of Jocksonvillo, Florida, commit?
ted suicide recently by leaping overboard
from a bark bound from Antiguu for New
Two colored boys, while playing with
a loaded musket, in Augusta, a few days
ago, succeeded in firing it off, and ono
of them, John Davis, was killed instantly.
Mrs. Josias Lanham, Mrs. Mahala
Eidson and Mr. Joseph Crayton, of
Edgefield, died last week.
Sunday night, a fire broke out in Kip
ley, Tenn., and destroyed the greater
part of the business portion of tho town.
Total loss $30,000.
Mr. James C. Russell, a native of Ches?
ter County, died in Bradley County,
Ark., on the 5th of May, at the age of
about 55 years.
The popular Clyde steamers, between
Charleston and New York have changed
there sailing days to Wednesday, instead
of Tuesday, as heretofore.
The Governor has received the resig?
nation of Alfred Tolleson, Auditor of
Spartonburg, who was suspended a few
days ago, for cause.
The cures performed by using Hei
nitsh's Queen s Delight should be known
all over tho land. 8
Amus Rector was brutally murdered
at Aiken, on the 27th ult, by parties
Mrs. M. Sparnick, an aged citizon of
Charleston, died near Greenville, on the
I The Queen's Delight, although abused,
Is one by all the sick most used. 8
Notice to Stockholders of Elmwood
rYlHE Twentieth Annual Meeting will
X be held THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock A.
M, in the office of Dr. J. W. Parker.
ORLANDO Z. BATES, Secretary.
June 4 "l
Office School Com. Bichland County,
COLUMBIA, June 2, 1875.
ALL persons holding school claims
due by Riehland County prior to
November 1, 1873, are requested to regis?
ter the same with ine, on or before the
1st day of July next, or he debarred pay?
ment.* C. J. CARROLL,
School Commissioner Richland County.
June 4 *3
What It Will Do!
IT will cure all Impurities of the Blood;
it will cure nil Scrofulous Diseases: it
will remove all Tetter Affections: it will
euro Rheumatism and Gouty Affections;
it will remove all manner of Sores; it
will improve the Complexion; it wilt re?
move all Pimples nnd Boils; it will cure
all Constitutional Disorders: it will cure
Ulcers, Swellings of the Glands; it will
cure Cancer by removing the cause in
the blood; it will give a Clear and Beau?
tiful Skin; HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT will cure when other remedies
fail. Let the afflicted try it. Ask tor
Heinith's Queen's Delight. June 4f
To All Whom It May Concern.
COLUMBIA, S. C May 3, 1875.
THAT I, tho undersigned, formerly
Messenger for the Southern Express
Conipr.ny, having been falsely accused,
by O. M. Sadler, Route Agent, referred
to Superintendent of Division, who de?
clines to reply, nnd unable to receive
any explanation, having demanded such,
for which I am deprived of my situntion,
take this means to inform the public
that all further connection with said
company is severed, and no responsi?
bility concerning same rests on me.
Their treatment has been ungentlemanly,
and I deem them dishonorable parties.
A. B. MATHIAS.
.JS^rAugnsta Con.ilitutionali.st and Char?
lotte Observer please copy and forward
bills to Phoenix office. June 4 1*
Ham and Eggs for Breakfast.
JUST received, ten tierces Davis' Din
mond HAMS and ten barrels fresh
EGGS and twenty tubs new grass BUT?
TER. All for sale cheaper than any
other house in town, at
_June 3 HARDY SOLOMON'S. _
New Potatoes, Cabbages, Early Truck.
"I (\ BBLS. primo new POTATOES.
_LU 10 Crates primo New POTATOES.
5 Crates ONIONS, SQUASHES and
BEANS: 250 CABBAGES, 3 to 7 pounds.
Receive the above fresh every morn?
ing. Purchasers will find my prices
lower than they can order for.
W. B. BURKE.
I Commission Merchant, City Hall Build?
ing._ June '2 ft>
For Bent and Sale,
HOUSE, corner of Assembly and
Ladv streets, in good repair. Apply
?to * R. SWAFFIELD.
May 20 _ 6
IWARN ALL MEN to keep off the
Race Track, adjoining Fair Grounds,
except those who have paid.
GEO. W. BEARDEN.
Columbia, May 27,1875. May 28 lmof
CtOMFORTABLE ROOMS in the bund?
ling corner Lady and Main streets;
COTTAGE containing eleven (ll) rooms,
on Ladv street, near Main; and desirable
RESIDENCE, containing ten (10) rooms,
corner Williams and Plain streets.
Prices reasonable. Apply to
W. K. GREENFIELD.
June i tufi
*TA A BUSHELS select SEED PEAS,
/UU for sale by
June 1 J. A. HENDRIX A BRO.
APAIR OF GREY HORSES, small
size. Work well in double or
single harness and under saddle. Will
be sold together or separately. Apply at
this office. May U
Kor '25 Cents,
?PEUltV &, SLAWSON'S_
Flour and Meal
A X D MIX E D P E E DI
CUR LOAD ORDERS filled on short
J notice. Address "CHARLOTTE
CITY MILLS," Charlotte. N. C.
R. D. GRAHAM, Proprietor.
Geo. C. Chambers, Superintendent.
_ May 19_lmo_\_
What You Need.
EXTRA MESS BEEF, 10 cents per
Fresh May BUTTER, direct from Mil
ford. N. Y., 3 pounds for $1.
CIGARS. ?We are closing out our stock
I of Cigars, and offer the beBt FIVE CENT
Cigars in tho city, and only want a trial
to convince you.
May 16 L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
South Carolina, Bichland County.
LY THE PROBATE COURT.
In re Estate of Weinreich F. Franck.
NOTICE is hereby given that JOHN
C. SEEOERS, guardian of the estate
of Heinreich F. Frank, has applied to
me for a final discharge as such guardian.
It is ordered that the twenty-first day of
June, A. D. 1876, be fixed for hearing
the petition and a final settlement of said
estate. B. L BOONE,
May 21 f!2 Judge of Probate R. C.
Every Day Something New.
CHOCOLATE and EXTRACT OF
MEAT, for Invalids, Adults and
EXTRACT OF BEEF, with Wine and
Iron. A nutritive tonic?admirable for
Debility and Indigestion.
Elixir DARK AND IRON?Summer
Tonic and Appetiser, For sale by
~e: H. HEINTTSH,
May_20J_City Drug Store.
"ACTS OF THE LE3I8L&TUBE
OR 1875, with postage, 81.15. For
sale at R. L BRYAN'S
May 5 Bookstore.
Kinabd & Wiley?To pnt rons In /"^
rtrolina for their liberality: We \_J
Indeed, thank yon for buying |f%j
ur fine ready-made- Clothing, \1/
Neokwear, Under-wear, cheapest, "I"
argest stock ever in the city, ,1 A
And wo believe best, for we Bell TT
nion Adams' Black Bilk Tics, U
adespecialty, good, fit; guarantooJLvJ_
Durability, elegance, comfort to T>
uyer. The Quaker City and _I3
&Star Shirts are all the *go, and T
n Silk, Linen,Gingham Umbrellas JL
We claim to sell at loss profit a good A
r tick- than any ho use in the trade x\_
In fine, ready-iuade Clothing, our O
tylo and price is unequaled. lO
ur stock can't be surpassed. v/
Elegance, stylo and fashion, Hats in /""I |
assimerc,*Silk, Straw, Felt,Wool. \^
CENTS PER YARD.
JONES, DAVIS & SOUTS,
Successors to H. C. Shiver & Co.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
rpHE COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE
J_ will be open for receiving RETUTINS
from JUNE 1 to JULY 20, 1875, instead
of from July 1 to August 20, as hereto?
The law requires the County Auditor
I to assess all parties who fail to lint their
personal property within the time abc-vo
noted, at the same valuation as of 1874,
and add a penalty of fifty per cent,
thereto; and all new buildings and
structures, not returned in 1874, must be
returned for the fiscal year 1875, and in
default thereof a penalty of fifty per
cent, will attach.
To facilitate the tax-payers in making I
their returns for the fiscal year 1875, I
will attend in person at the following
Gadsden Precinct, June 17, 18 and 19.
Acton Precinct, June 21 and 22.
Davis' Precinct, June 24.
Garner's Precinct, June 28 and 29.
Camp Ground Precinct, July 1.
Killion's Preoinct, July 5 and 6.
Hopkins' Precinct, July 8.
Trenholin's Precinct, July 10.. >
A. L. SOLOMON.
May 28 lmo County Auditor.
g P B II?
Now in store, and to bj sold at low
R. & w. C. SWAFMLD.
Spring Clothing! u
Spring Clothing: 8
|H Spring Clothing!?
The Largest and Rest Stock
Ever seen here,
AT D. EPSTIN'S,
UNDER COLUMBIA HOTEL.
TYLES, New and Handsome!
FABBIC and DESIGN, Elegant!
BEST MAKE UP!
PRICES, Lower than ever}
Yery full lines of Boys' and Youths*
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS and
Call and examine at
April 4 Under Columbia Hotel.
OF the LATEST STYLES ;
also. Ladies' and Children's
SUITS of all sicqs. and qual?
ity, UNDERWEAR; COR?
SETS, HAIR and FANCY
GOODS. Just received, *
largo assortment of Wonok's
. PERFUMERY, at
lApril 25 MRS. O. gj REED'S.
For 25 Cents? p , CJ
PERRY & SLAWSON'S.
^f^^ *js^ W,^ ^ ^^^^ ^^j. .
CENTS PER YARD.
CENTS PER YARD.
JOKES, DAVIS & BOUm&BTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co.
New Fresh Goods
LAUGE assortment of rich and beauti?
ful DHESS GOODS.
The styles and patterns of PRINTS
are numberless in variety, and every de?
partment of his large establishment has
been replenished with accessions re?
freshingly seasonable and accommodat?
The Millinery Department
Is superbly stocked.
jE?^Mr. Kinard invites a call.
p. Ft JACKSON
will sell cheap!
123 MAIN STREET.
Attractions are Multiplying
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT.
C)K PIECES SUMMER SILKS, just
'?i%J received at
WM. D. LOVE A CO.'8.
100 pieces SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
at 12A, 16J, 20 &nd 26 cents, at
W1L D. LOVE A CO.'S.
. 25 pieces Summer Poplins, at 50 cents
a yard, at WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S.
, Black Grenadines, in all qualities, at
WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S.
Black Llama Lace Shawls and Sacks,
at WM D. LOVE A CO.'S.
Ladies' Sun Umbrellas, Silk Ties and
Ribbons, at WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S.
Gents' White Shirts and Furnishing
Goods,.at low prices, at
WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S.
You will find an extensive stock of
I Carpets, Oil Cloths, Shades and Mat?
tings, ut popular prices, at
WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S.
The place to purchase your Domestics,
I Prints, Cottonades, Jeans, Drillings and
Cassimeres, for the least money, is at
WM. D. LOVE & CO.'S.
Every nrticle in the Dry Goods Mno
needed in anv family can be purchased
I at "WM. B> LOVE i-CO'Sl
Fresh Goods are received daily; at <
WM. D. LOVE & CO.'S.
It will pay any one who needs any
j thing in our line to call often at the
Grand Central Drv Goods Establishment
of WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
Samples sent gratuitously to all parts
of the country on application. _
CHEB? KEE SPRINGS,
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
_ WATER ALTERATIVE
and Tonic; Climate dry,
bracing and healthful.
;Every attention paid to
Refzbexces is Columbia.?Maj. D. B.
I Miller, A, Palmer, Col. Jos. Daniel
J Pope, Prof. L. Plate and S. J. Perrv.
WILL OPEN JUNE 15. "
/3J-HACKS meet visitors r -^"^Jff>t
JOHN B. BLACK"
June 1 lmo Resident Manager.
Spartanburg County, S. C.
THIS favorite resort
for health and pleasure
will be open to visitors
on June 1. The medici?
nal virtues of the waters of Glenn
Springs need no other testimonial than
the wonderful nature of the cures effect?
ed by their use; and their merits as an
unfailing remedy in the cure of all forms
of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Disease of the
Liver and Kidneys, even in chronic
cases, are long and favorably known to
Visitors reaching Glenn J Springs by
the South Carolina, Greenville and Co?
lumbia, Spartanburg and Union Rail?
roads will receive the benefit of Excur?
sion Tickets for the season. A daily
line of Coaches will connect with Trains
on Spartanburg end Union Railroad at
Bich s Hill, five miles distant, and at
Spartanburg, to NIM passengers to the
Springs. Steps have been taken to se?
cure to the GueBts the benefits of a Daily
Mail and Telegraph.
Dr. O. B. MAYER, ranking among the
eminent physicians of the South, will be
in attendance to respond to the profes?
sional calls of the Guests of the house.
The Table will be supplied with the
beat the-market can afford, Bathing
Rooms, Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys,
Croquet Grounds, Music on the Grounds
audJin the Ball Booms, Terms mode?
rate. Apply to WM. GORMAN, Colum?
bia, S. a, or Glenn Springs, S. O.
May 18 lmot WILLIAM GORMAN.
' TnV'Chtjliiton Hotel
; WILL not be dosed this Sum
ior. All Guests patronising us
" g the Summer and Fall
and remaining a week
id allowed a reasonable
_i*pt occupants of rooms on
the first or parlor floor.
The attention of the Country Mer?
chants is respectfully called to this no?
tice. May 28 Gmos
I -* Davis' Diamond Hams.
A FULL supply of these ehoice HAMS
TL jest received and for sale by
April 16 JOHN AGNKW SON.