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Paris, Jane 5.?20,009 pilgrims visited
the shrine at Paray Le Mooial, yester?
day. The Archbishop1 of Paris, Arch?
bishop of New Orleans and other dis?
tinguished prelates were present
Mad mo, June 5.? The Carlist General
Saball, with '2,000 men, has attacked
Blanco and been repulsed, with a loss
of sixty killed.
Havana, June 3.?The steamer Cres?
cent City, from New York, arrived here
yesterday. On Tuesday, at 7.30 P. M.,
when the steamer was opposito Sombrero
Light, some flues in the forward boiler
burst, the steam escaped into the fur?
naces and threw the burning oindcrs
from three of them into the coal bunkers.
Tho coal instantly took tire, and the
bunkers were soon in a blaze, the flames
rising ten feet, and rushing up tho ven?
tilators to the upper deck. The engi?
neers closed the ventilators before the
wood work above waB ignited. The
alarm was given, and owing to tho admi?
rable discipline maintained by Captain
Curtis, everv man was at the post desig?
nated for him before-hand for such
emergencies in less than two minutes.
In three minutes, three streams of water
were pouring on the fire, and within ten
minutes tho flames woro extinguished.
' The chief engineer closed the door of tho
engine room to prevent a draft of air,
ana locked himself in with his men,
while the captain directed the hosemen
where to play upon the fire. Some of
the men, by his orders, removed the fur?
niture from the saloons, so as to leave
tho fire nothing to feed upon should it
spread. Preparations were also made to
run the steamer ashore in case of neces?
sity, but the fire did not extend beyond
the engine room. The passengers give
tho highest praise to tue captain and
chief engineer for their ooolness, courage
and presence of mind, and to the crew
for the promptness and order with which
New Yobk, June 5.?The annual con?
vention of the Swedenborgian Church is
in session at Shenandoah, Pennsylvania.
Rev. E. P. Walton, of Georgia, on the
Executive Committee of the Swedenbor?
gian National Convention.
Persons in ambush attacked the work?
men. Mobs are apprehended every?
where. A mass meeting of workingmen
resolved to continue the strike, money
and provisions being guaranteed. At
Mount Carmel, an attempt was made to
burn the Holts Hotel; coal oil had been
thrown around the premises; much'un?
easiness about the breakers.
The summer race meeting at Jerome
Park commenced to-day.
Cincinnati, June 5.?Ry the explosion
of a boiler of the engine on the Cincin?
nati, Sandusky and Cleveland Railroad,
last night, Thomas Larkin, engineer, was
killed, and Jos. Lee, fireman, mortally,
and an engineer named Thos. Ranahtin,
MicntAS, Maine, June 5.?An incen?
diary fire here, this morning, destroyed
the Catholic Church and parsonage;
residences of Nathan Longfellow and
Dr. Peabody, several small buildings
and barns and 150,000 feet of lumber;
Dardanet.i-, Texas, June 5.?D. P.
Cloyd, one of the editors of the Inde?
pendent, killed R. W. Wishart. The
affray was caused by an article reflecting
on Wishart, a prominent lawyer and
member of the Legislature.
Gai/veston, June 5.?A special despatch
to the News from Brownsville, says Gen.
Fuero, recently at 'Monterey, is on bis
way to this frontier, of which he is to
have command. His forces include two
regiments of. cavalry, with orders to
check raiding Upon Texas. Gen. Cortina
positively refuses to obey the order di?
recting him to Teport in person at the
City of Mexie?> He says he resigned,
and is now" a citizen. His friends are
circulating a petition to the Government
to let Cortina remain in authority on the
Rio Grande. The appearance of the
Texas State troops on the Bio Grande
produced great excitement among the
people on the 'Mexican side. The resi?
dents of ranches above Matamoras have
organized to resist invasion, and have
placed sentinels at the crossing of the
river and roads. The cattle drovers are
much alarmed. Some prominent citi?
zens have gone to Matamoras for security
Concoiid, N. H., June 5.?The Supe?
rior Court will hear the Senatorial ques?
tion on Monday, allowing two hours to
each side. The Court will receive briefs
at any time before a decision is reached.
On* the petition of Hugh J. Jcwett, re?
ceiver of the Erie Railroad Company,
Judge Dmohue, of tho Supreme Court,
has granted an order empowering tho
receiver to pay taxes and charges upon
the premises, and to work the coal mines
referred to in his petition; to perform
any lawful contracts and sell the securi
. ties when in his judgment the interests
of all parties to it will be promoted
PottsvrnLE, Pa., June 5.?Three more
raiders died from wounds reoeived in
Saturday's skirmish. The situation is
Washington, June 5.?Detectives are
still blind regarding the $47,000 theft
from the Treasury Department The
gentlemen in the cash room express
themselves as in a painful state of sus?
pense. Spinner is worn out by anxiety.
Assistant Surgeon John O. Skinner
has been ordered to the department of
The Indians called at the Interior De?
partment, this morning, to say good-bye.
to the Commissioner, when a short in?
terview took place; after whioh they left
and expect to start for home to-night?
thi Cheyenne Biver Indians going by
way of New York, where they will stop
foi a few days. The agents return with
th?m, though it is understood that the
' resignation of agent Seville is at the dis
potal of the department. The visit has
betn without result.
Probabilities?For the Gulf and South
AtUntio States, stationary or falling ba?
rometer, South-east to South-west winds,
cooler, partly oloudy and occasional
rain near the coasts.
Baltimore, June 5.?Henry S. Schrei?
ner, of Savannah, Ga., was arrested in
this city, yesterday, on a telegram re?
ceived by the Marshal of Police of Balti?
more, from the Chief of Police of Sovan
, nah, charged with kidnapping his own
I ohildren, aged respectively four and six
V years. After investigating the case,
? Marshal Gray, of this city, informed
?Mr. Schreiner that he was no longer de
Vuined, and he was released with the
children. This morning the children,
on a writ of habeas corpus, sued ont An
the City Court by a law firm of this city,
acting as counsel of the grand-father of
the children, who wished to detain them,
were brought before Chief Judge Brown,
and, after a hearing, were remanded in
the custody of the father, Mr. Schreiner.
On leaving tho Court, the father was
again arrested, on a warrant issued by a
Justice of the Peace, charged with kid?
napping his childred, and they were
again released; after which, protected by
city officials, tho father went to Locust
Point and sailed for Europe, with his
children, on the Braunschweig. From
the evidence it seems the grand-parents,
who reside in Savannah, were opposed
to the father's taking his children with
him to Europe, and through the tele?
graph and writ of habeas corpus and
Baltimore lawyers, attempted theirdclay.
The case is novel and important.
Yesterday's Market Reports.
New York?Noon.?Stocks active, at
better prices. Money 2. Gold 17. Ex?
change?long 4.87J; short 4.00.1. State
bonds quiet aud steady, except Ala?
bamas, which are lower. Cotton weak
and nominal; sales 85?uplands 10: Or?
leans 163. Futures opened weak: Juno
153; July 15 27-32; August 15 31-32; Sep?
tember 153@15 13-16. Flour and wheat
dull and declining. Pork firm-20.00.
Lard quiet?steam 14.
7 P. M.?Bank statement shows loans
increased $470,001?; specie decreased
875,000; legal tenders increased 1,250,
000; deposits increased 500,000; revenue
increased over 250,000. Cotton weak
and nominal; sales 8,510, at 16J; net re?
ceipts to-day 1,330; exports Great Britain
11,681; continent 2,016; Btock 282,394.
Flour still in buyers' favor and limited
demand. Wheat opened heavy and
easier, but closed a shade firmer and fair
export demand?1.22(?)1.34. Corn scarce
and about lc. better?75(V.83L Pork
opened firmer but closed heavy?20.00
new spot. Lard lower?14 nominal prime
steam spot. Freights quiet Money easy.
Sterling quiet Gold 16J@17. Govern?
ments strong?new 5s 18. States quiet
and nominal. Cotton net receipts 38;
gross 584. Futures closed weak; sales
26,300: June 15 23-320153; July 15 25-32;
August 15 15-16; September 15 23-32?
15J; October 15 5-16@15 11-32; Novem?
ber 15 3-32@15 5-32; December 15
153-16; January 15 9-32@15 11-32; Febru?
ary 15 15-32@15 17-32; March 15 21-32?
15 23-32; April 15 13-16fa-,15-; May
16 1-32@16 3-32.
Norfolk.?Cotton dull?middling 15J
@15J; net receipts 208: exports coast?
wise 130; sales 100.
New Orleans.?Cotton easier and in
good demand?middling 15j; nut re?
ceipts 219; gross 258; exports Great Bri?
tain 3,980; continent 2,016; coastwise
Augusta.?Cotton dull and little
doing?middling 14]@15 asked; low
middling 14.1; good ordinary 14; net re?
ceipts 27; safes 146.
Chicago.?Flour dull and nnchangod.
Corn advanced and in fair demand?No.
2 mixed 661; rejected 63?. Pork in fair
demand and email@example.com
Lard, advance asked but none estab?
lished?13.50? 13.65. Whiskey in goad
151; net receipts 303; exports coastwise
1,743; sales 95.
dling 10J; net receipts 77; gross 136.
Galveston.?Cotton quiet and easy
middling 14]; low middling 14\; good
ordinary 13}; net roceipts 98; gross 140;
151; low middling 15}; good ordinary
14lt(S,14j: net receipts 247; sales 100.
Baltimore.?Flour dull and un?
changed. Wheat a shado better, but
quiet. Corn dull?80'(?)89. Provisions
dull and unsettled. Pork 20.00(^,21.00.
Shoulders 9L Coffee very dull, but
steady. Sugar strong?10'@10j. Cot?
ton quiet?middling 15|; gross receipts
32; exports coastwise 570; sales 175.
Wilmington. ?Cotton nominal ?mid?
dling 14A; net receipts 42.
Memphis.?Cotton dull and nomimd?
middling 15; net receipts 65; shipments
861; sales 550.
Louisville.?Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn active-72. Provisions
dull. Pork 20.25Q -,) r??- Bacon -shoul?
ders 9g@9}; clear rib 12^. Bagging
Boston.?Cotton dull -middling 16;
net receipts 120; gross 21; exports Great
St. Louis.?Flour firmer, but little
done. Corn advanced and in fair de?
mand? No. 2 mixed 07. Whiskey nomi?
nally 1.17. Pork higher?small lots
20.50. Bacon dull shoulders 9; clear
rib and clear 12M$12L Laid 13].
Cincinnati. - - Flour dull and nominal.
Corn steady?726-?'74. Pork in fair de?
mand and' lower?19.50(5,20.00. Lard
nominal?steam 131 bid; kettle 14. Bacon
steady?shoulders 9J: clear rib 121; clear
12|@13. Whiskey firm?1.15. *
Mobile.?Cptton weak?middling 14;};
low middling 14-j}; good ordinary 14; net
recoipts 34; exports coastwise 100; sales
Paris.?Rentes G4f. 87Ac.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton dull and
depressed; sales 5,000, including 2,300
American; speculation and export 1,000;
middling uplands 1\; middling Orleans
7 15-10; April 1-16 cheaper; basis mid?
dling uplands, nothing below low mid?
dling, deliverable June, July or August,
7 j@7 11-16; basis middling uplands, no?
thing below good ordinary, deliverable
June or July, 7 9-16.
"Lucy Stone says it's wicked to wear
corsets, as Eve didn't have any." And
Sray, how does Lucy know that Eve
idn't have any corsets? If she doesn't
know that Eve sent to Paris as regularly
every year for a supply of fashionable
tomfoolery as any New York or London
belle, she nas certainly studied the works
of prehistoric historians, and especially
the records of the Adam family, to pre?
cious little purpose.
Chicago business man to friend: "Yes, I
I lost $2,000,000 clean in that move on
'ohange. It's pretty tough on a man."
Sympathizing friend: "Yes, indeed! To
lose $2,000,000 is enough to set back
anyone for life." Business man: "It's
hard, mighty hard; and what makes me
feel worse about it is, that $300 of the
$2,000,000 was actuaj^capital I lost"
General Jackson once made a dinner
off a crust of bread and a oup of water,
\ and, when a Cairo wife complains of the
scarcity of provisions, her husband asks
if she is any better than Gen. Jackson.
We saw,ion yesterday, the beautiful
iron ornament presented by Muj. John
Alexander, of Columbia, to Mrs. Cleve?
land. It is a pretty thing, the flowers
neatly painted, and will add much to
the architecture of the front.
A Western contemporary, chronicling
the suicidefof a melancholy agriculturist,
who hanged himself from a rafter in his
barn, asks itself "if the wretched man
had any thought of a hereafter?" Mani?
festly he must have thought of this here
Eleven wagons, heavily .loaded, with |
the County records, have arrived in
Blackvillo from Barnwell. The records
are now in the Blackville Court House,
the titles to which have been reinvested
in tho people. There is great rejoicing.
Secretary Bobeson is reported to
have said that tho Pennsylvania third
term resolution was a "cowardly yield- J
ing to public clamor." That "clamor,"
however, has evidently unsettled some
deep laid plans.
"My dear," said a husband, in startled
tones, alter waking his wife in the mid?
dle of the night, "I huve swallowed
dose of strychnine?" "Well, then, do fori
goodness sake lie still, or it may come
At the meeting of the Grand Lodge of |
Colored Masons, of New York, ou
Wednesday, the Grand Master said the
colored members and lodges had been
sadly impoverished and disheartened by
the failure of the Freed man's Bank.
A despatch from Washington states
that the President has been receiving
daily, since the publication of his third
term letter, numerous letters from all
parts of the country, congratulating him
upon that document.
It is reported that ns s.oon as the trial
is over, Brother Beecher is going to
Jerusalem. Then, he doesn't believe in
Mahomet's story of Paradise and the
Houris, or he would go to Mecca.
"Dictionaries exchanged for caramels,"
says a placard in a Chicago candy store.
The girls of that citv will certainly par?
ticipate in the spelling matches now that
there is a market for the prizes.
A little four-year-old woke up very
early one morning, and seeing the full
moon from tho window, he innocently
remarked: "I should think it was about
time for Dod to take that moon in."
For the race-horse Kangaroo the Mar?
quis of Hasting onca paid 12,000 guineas 1
?say $03,000. This horse now goes in
front of a London cab at sixpence a mile.
Vicissitudes of great families.
The body of an old colored woman,
named Mary Fripp, was found on Port ]
Royal Island, recently. The dogs and
buzzards had fearfully mutilated the
Why call him the "groom" as eight
out of ten people do? A groom's busi?
ness is to look after horses. A bride?
groom's business is to look after his wifo'i
There is no use wasting the voyage of |
life in preparation for it. One may sail
by the old chart, and find out as niuch
about the universe as by drifting.
A negro child was killed on last Wed?
nesday morning at Rock Hill, by a doso
of morphine administered to it for calo?
mel by tho mother.
"Is this the Adams House?" asked a
stranger of a Bostoniun. "Yes," was the
reply, "it's Adam's House until you get
to the roof, then it's eaves."
They woniered at the short collections
in a Missouri church, and investigated
to find that one of the collectors had tar j
in the top of his hat.
A traveler called for mint-sauce at
hotel the other day, and the waiter said
that they had none, adding: "Our cook
makes all the mince into pies, not sauce."
The Italian brigands are holding an
English mother-in-law for ransom, and
the son-in-law says they can hold her
and be d?isappointed. *
Twenty buildings were destroyed by
fire in the village of Chatsworth, Ontario,
yesterday. Loss $37,000.
"Died from the effects of mixed collat?
erals," aro the fashionable words for
A bride in silk and a groom in his
shirt sleeves, recently sat down to dinner
at a Troy hotel.
Obstinacy anil vohemency in opini
are the surest proofs of stupidity.
Those who eat but little mo.it reev
quickest from wounds.
Show may bo easily purchased: but
happiness is a home-made article.
Dr. S. L. Owens, of Barnwell, died
last wet k.
The friends and acquaintances of
Mrs. ELIZA KIUK, of Mr. .-nd Mrs.
Charles Kirk and family, and of Mrs.
Evans and family are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral services of the
former at her residence, corner Assembly
and Elmwood Avenue, at 5 o'clock, THIS |
I will state, for the information of the
tax-payers, that all city coupons that
have passed through the Carolina Na?
tional Bank into the City Clerk's hands,
for the last two years, have been duly
canceled by me and rendered unfit for
circulation, under authority from the
Mayor, and that coupons deposited in the
Bank by the City Clerk cannot bo with?
drawn until canceled.
C. J. IREDELL,
June G 1_Cashier.
SIX splendid Setter PUPS,
_fsix weeks' old. $5.00 each.
Iress Box 25, Winnsboro, S. C.
June 6 3
A House to Rent, (Furnished J
ON the front beach, Sullivan's
.Island, next West of Fort Moultrie.
Apply to B. L. GILL I LAND, at Bryan's
bookstore. June (1
Gas Pills for Month of May.
CONSUMERS will please attend to the
payment of the above without delay.
Attention is again called to the notion of
Board of Directors regarding defaulters.
1 Qlane 6 3 Sec. and Treas. Gas Co.
FROM 7 till 9 o'clock, Sunday morn?
ing, the store will be open.
June 6 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Colombia B. & L. Association.
THE fifty-eighth regular Monthly Meet- I
ing will bo hold TO-MORROW
(Monday) EVENING, Juno 7, at 8
o'clock, in Heinitsh's Hall, opposite the
Pncsxix office. Dues received und money
loaned. Bv order:
JOHN C. B. SMITH,
June C 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
TIMIE Committee appointed by certain
J_ citizens to investigate the affairs of|
thH city, having made their report,
which has been published, the Commit-1
tee appointed by the City Council will'
please meet at theCitv Council Chamber,
TO-MORROW, (Monday,) 7th instant,
at 10 o'clock A. M., to take into conside?
ration the report, und make such other
investigation as may be necessary to the
more complete information of the pub?
lic. C. J. STOLBRAND,
June G 1 Chairman.
"VTOTICE in hereby given, that W. H.
J3I WIGG, administrator of the estate
of P. Reeves, deceased, has applied to
me for a final discharge as such adminis?
trator. It is orderod, that tho 5TH DAY
OF JULY, A. D. 1875. bo fixed for hear?
ing of petition, and a final settlement of |
said estate. B. L BOONE,
Judge of Probate, Richland Countv.
June ? |i:l
Attention, R. V. R. C.
ATTEND the regular monthly !
meeting of your Club, TO-MOR
ROW (Monday) EVENING, atS|
o'clock. Bv order:
R. S. MORRISON,
June G 1 Secretary.
. "E2. JACK.801Sr,
93 ^6rr 93
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
June 6 !>
A MEETING of all classes of our Citi
J\. zens will be held in Irwin's Hall, on
MONDAY, 7th instant, at 5 o'clock P.
M., to receive and consider the reports
of tho Committees appointed to investi?
gate the condition of our City Govern?
In view of the occasion, I have been
requested to recommend that our mer?
chants, mechanics and others close their
place of business, if necessary, in order
that all interested may nttend.
EDWIN J. SCOTT, Chairman.
June 5 '2
APAIR OF GREY HORSES, ?mall
size. Work well in double or I
single harness and under saddle. Will
be sold together or separately. Apply at |
this office. May 9
>~f\f\BUSHELS select SEED PEAS,
i \ IU for sale by
June 1 J. A. HENDRIK & 1-5RO.
For 25 Cents,
PERRY & SLAWSOX'S.
Every Day Something New.
(1IIOCOLATE and EXTRACT OF]
J MEAT, for Invalids, Adults and
EXTRACT OF BEEF, with Wine and
I Iron. A nutritive tonic?admirable for]
Debility and Indigestion.
Elixir BARK AND IRON -Summer
I Tonic au 1 Appetiser. For sale bv
E. II. HEINITSH,
May 20f City Drug Store.
Office School Com. Richland County,
COLUMBIA. June 2. 1*70.
VLL persons holding school claims
due by Riehland County prior to
November 1. 187:1, are requested to regis?
ter the same with me, on or before th
1st dav of July next, or be debarred pay-1
ment.' C. J. CARROLL,
School Commissioner Richbind Countv.
June 1 3
What It Will Do!
IT will cure all Impurities of the Blood:
it will cure all Scrofulous Diseases: it
will remove all Tetter Affections; it will j
euro Rheumatism and Gouty Affections;
it will remove all mnnnoT of Sores; it
will improve the Complexion; it will re-1
move all Pimples and 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; IIEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT will cure when other remedies
fail. Let tho afflicted try it. Ask for
j Ueinith's Queen's Delight. June 4f
Ham and Egg? for Breakfast.
JUST received?ten tierces Davis' Dia?
mond HAMS and ten barrels fresh
EGGS and twenty tabs now grass BUT?
TER. All for salo cheaper than any
other house in town, at
June 3 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
I New Potatoes, Cabbages, Early Truck.
1 f\ BBLS. prime new POTATOES.
_LU 10 Crates prime 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 thev can order for.
W. B. BURKE,
Oomiui.-wion Merchant, City Hall Build?
ing, j Jnne 2 f6
Floor and Meal
AND MIXED FEED!
CAR LOAD ORDERS filled on short
notice. Address ^CHARLOTTE
CITY MULLS," Charlotte, N. C.
R. D. GRAHAM. Proprietor.
Geo. C. CaaaCBxas, Superintendent.
May 19 lrno*
GRAND CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTABLISHT.
OWING to the season of the year and
scarcity of money, we have made
STARTLING REDUCTIONS IN PRICES
OF ALL GOODS, to enable onr cus?
tomers to purchase their snmmer bup
Customers will find almost every arti
clo needed in a family at onr establish?
ment, and nt prices below nil competi?
Summer SILKS lo\v?r than seid in
Summer DRESS GOODS about half
the usual prices.
I Summer POPLINS below cost of im?
Black GRENADINES, from 25e. up.
I Ladies' and Children's Summer Merino
Ladies' SUN UMBRELLAS, SILK
TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS and RIB?
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, HOSIERY
Gents' White SHIRTS and FURNISH?
ING GOODS, the most extensive and
cheapest in the State.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, SHADES,
MATTING and WALL PAPER.
BOOTS and SHOES-choice goods at
HOMESPUNS, PRINTS, JEANS, COT?
TON ADES, Ac, lower than ever.
A choice line of CASSIMERES, LINEN
DRILLS and DUCK, for Gents' and
Roys' Summer wear.
It will pay every one in need of goods
to examine our extensive stock before
making their purchases.
BARGAINS can always be found 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. June 6
The Great Sensation
Created a few days ago
By Reducing Prices
Prints, Long Cloths, &c,
To correspond with
"TTT7TLL be followed now by still greater I
W reductions in the prices of tiner |
grades of goods.
PLAID ORENADINES, AL?
PACAS, GENAPINES, &c, at
very low prices.
A few LACE POINTS yet unsold will
be offered at a great reduction to close
PARASOLS and SUN UMBRELLAS
reduced in price.
. Real HAIR GOODS, Switches, Curls
I and Braids lower than ever.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's BOOTS,
[ SHOES and SLIPPERS, the most com?
plete stock in the State, and at prices un?
JONES, DAVIS & BOUKNTGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co.
New Fresh Goods
LARGE assortment of rich and beauti?
ful DRESS GOODS.
The styles and patterns of PRINTS'
j are numberless in variety, and every de- |
partment of bis large establishment has |
I been replenished with accessions re?
freshingly seasonable and accommodat?
The Millinery Department
Is superbly stocked.
>J*Mr. Kinard invites a call.
C. F. JACKSON,
LMM OF LOW PRICES,
WILL SELL CHEAP!
STORE FULL OF NEWGOODS!
128 MA IX STREET._
IWARN ALL MEN to keep off the I
Race Track, adjoining Fair Grounds,
I except those who have paid.
GEO. W. BEARDEN.
Colombia, May 27,1875. May 28 lmof
What Ton 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
of Cigars, and offer the best FIVE CENT
Cigars in the oity, and only want a trial
to convince you.
May 16 L?RICK A LOWBANCB.
Congaree Iron Works*
COLUMBIA, 8. a
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
a^d Grist Mills,
d SB Irinas
al Coatings for
Stores and Dwellings, Patent Railingu
for Gardens and Cemeteries, Iron Settees
and Arbor Chairs; also, Brass Castings of
all kinds. Bells for Churohes. Schools,
Work-shops, Ac. Guarantee all my work
first class and equal to any North or
South. Works at foot of Lady street and
near South Carolina and Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Depots. Nov 18
inst., I w
A variety o
which ifl a
Set. Snle pos
sell, at my
I>. C. PEIX?J?TTO 6c
BY virtue of rthe power .
endorsed upon the iuortg
J. LaMotte, to ,tho Citizens'
Bunk, of South , Carolina, i
the undersignedV.to seU t
mortgaged, I will. sell, on
MONDAY IN JUNJ&'NEXT,
hour, before the Coiirt House,
bio, the following dsssribed L
all situate- in the city of Col
Bichland County: '<& ?..
1. LOT OF LAND) contain
fourths of an acre, bounded N<
formerly of J. L. Beard; on tL
lWnwe'll street; on the South
Barre: and West by lots of A. <
and Cooper. To be divided an
two separate lots. *
2. LOT OF LANDf oontai
acre; hounded North By lotrof
Cooper; East by lot of A. Traog
by Wheat street; and West by
street. To be divided, and.,sol
separate lots of half an acre ey?
of sale cash. JOHN FT
Trustee in Bankr
Mav 18 _7"
II. & S. BEARD, Am
Eben Bjiifea&aaiflsftttliemas A.
West by lot of Richard
South by Howard School.
May 16 mth6_ EBEN Bl
Valuable City Property
T>. C. PEIXOTTO Av St
S<de Under Power to Satisfy
BY virtue of the power of at
John Fielding, empowel,
Cashier of the Citizens' Savin j.
South Carolina, and his osshj
the premises hereinafter dc
the purpose of satisfying cc
gages of the said John Fleldit
bank, or held by said bank,
on the FntST MONDAY II "
at the usual hour, befj
House, in Columbia,
All that LOT. PDZC? OI
I LAND, with the Buildt
ate and being in the cityl
j and County of Richlandj
i bounding to the North onj
lister; to the East on lq
j Southern; to the South
and to the West on lotfq
Davis and of D. Epstin.
Terms of Sale?One-he
i on credit of one year, seel
! and mortgage of premises.
Trustee in Bi
ALL persons holding
the estate of WM. Mc(
ceased, are hereby warned]
said claims, properly attested
dersigned, by the first day of
else they will be barred.
1 ELLEN McGUlNNIS,
D. MeGTJINNIS, ExecutJ
- Anril 18_
In the District Court of the TJni]
States, for South Carolina.
In the matter of J. E. Gyles, of tirml
Hope St Gyles, Bankrupts, of Coli
bia.?Petition for Full a??/ Final
charge in Bankruptcy.
ORDERED, that a hearing bo had
the 29th day of June? 1875, at Fejj
ral Court House in Charleston, S^
and that all creditors, Ac., of said
rupt appear at the said time and pi
and show cause, it any they can,
the prayer of the petitioner should
By order of the Court, the 28th day ol
May, 1875. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the Unitec
States, for Sonth Carolina. June 1 tt
State South Carolina, Bichland
j IX THE COURT OF PR OB A TE
\ By B. I Boon*, Judge of Probate in
WHEREAS Qe4D. Hope hath
plied to me fur Letters of Ad
nia trat ion on the estate of Edward He
late of Riehland County, deceased: Th?
are, therefore, to cite and admonis
and singular the kind rod and credit
of the said deceased, to be and apj
me at a Court of Probate, for
said County, to be holden at Columbi
on the 12th day of June, 1875, at If
o'clock A. M., to show cause, if any]
why the said administration should nol
Given under my hand and the seal of I
I the Court, this 29th day of May, A. D.
1875, and in the 99th year of American
Independence. B. L BOONE,
May 30 m2_Judge of Probate.
f. OF the LATEST STYLES;
so. Ladies' and Children's
ITS of all sizes aneVomdS
GOODS. Just recei