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Dublin, June 18.?At a preliminary
match the Irishmen stood 7-45; Americans
Mayor Leech has presented "All Lre
land Challenge Shield." The Americans
will be allowed to compete, as they are
made honorary members ef the shooting
club; no mutter which team wins, it
must be shot for next year at Philadel?
phia. This shield is in competition every
Lonbon, June 18.?N. Alexander, Son
ds Co., failed; liabilities $1,000,000; Oeta
vious, Phillips A Co., colonial brokers,
Wedlock, Small ware &Co., Manchester,
failed. At this hour?3.30?sinister ru?
mors prevail, but a better feeling exists.
A hail-storm here this morning and else?
where throughout England weather fair.
Versailles, June 18.?The Bureaux of
the Loft have resolved to offer no amend?
ment to the constitutional bills as they
come from the Committee of Thirty, and
to take all possible steps to hasten the
date of the final dissolution of the As?
sembly. The Left will move, to-morrow,
that the public powers bill be placed on
the orders of the day.
Lonbon, June 18.?The Moscow Ga?
zette says England having declined to
enter into intimate relations with Rus
-sia unless the Central Assian States are
placed under the protection of interna?
tional luw, Russia has no reason to leave
the alliance of three Emperors and enter
into a league with that country.
Toronto, June 17.?At a sale of tho?
rough-bred horses and cattle, yesterday,
some choice breeds brought fabulous
prices. A calf, seven months old,
brought $18,000, and a bull oalf, two
months old, fifth Duke of Hilhurst, was
bought for $8,300.
Babbie, Ontario, June 18.?The great?
er portion of the business part of the
town burned; fire still raging.
Boston, June 16.?This afternoon, a
terrible explosion occurred in the large
and Farnham streets, used by C. E.
Mastin as a manufactory of fire works.
Ten men and boys were employed in the
building at the time, only one of whom
escaped uninjured. The building blew
up with a terrific report, and the ruins
at once took fire and were entirely con?
sumed before any assistance oould be
rendered by the fire department. Six
bodies, burned and charred beyond re?
cognition, were taken from the ruins.
Thomas Hurley, Michael Trimity and
Wm. Meelin were rescued from the
ruins, all dangerously burned and
bruised. The bodies of Thos. Dooley,
Herbert Meelin, John MoNamara, Thos.
Coohrane, John H. Kelly and William
Burrill were taken from the debris of the
building, so charred and burned as to
be beyond individual recognition. The
cause of the explosion is unknown. The
loss on the building and stock is $60,000;
Boston, June 17.?Of the large num?
ber of invitations extended to the South
Carolina delegation here, none was more
significant or more unusual than that
from Harvard University and its 1,100
students. Yesterday afternoon, the W.
L. L, in open carriages, left the St.
James Hotel for Cambridge, and through
every avenue the cortege passed, cheers
and other public demonst rations marked
its progress. Arriving at the entrunce
of Memorial Hall, the detachment was
met by President Eliot, the faculty and
an immense concourse of students from
every State and Territory in the Union.
The former welcomed the W. L. I. in elo?
quent and fervid language, referring to
the great names and many Sputh Caro?
linians who had graduated there, and
bespeaking a kindly recognition of the
institution at the South in the futnre.
His remarks were warmly received by
the W. L. I. Col. Simons responded, in
a most impressive speech, which was re?
ceived with approbation by the faculty,
President Eliot exhibiting emotion, while
the students, en masse, gave for cheers
their peculiar rah! rar! rah! which was
overwhelming in its effects. The recep?
tion and entertainment in Memorial
Hall at Harvard will ever be a memora?
ble ovent to the W. L. I. The Eutaw
flag, as soon as recognized, brought tre?
mendous outbursts of patriotic feeling.
Lieut. Gilchrist's command marched
superbly. Every man in line wore pal?
metto cockades and bannerets of pal
motto leaves in the muzzles of their
rides. Col. Andrews ond Col. Simons
were with Governor Goston, on the
grand stand, while the column passed in
review. After the parade, the W. L. I.
wore taken to the Suffolk Club House,
and entertained with a well-served colla?
tion. This welcome was hearty, and was
honored by the presence of a large num?
ber of the most prominent and influen?
tial Boston merchants. Besponses by
several members of the company were
New Yobk, June 18.?A steamer which
arrived here yesterday, from Havana,
brought information that there were
thirty cases of yellow fever there when
A Mexican cattle thief was killed on
the -Texas border, yesterday.
Mrs. Monroe, of Indianapolis, recently
divorced, was killed, yesterday, by her
ex-husband, with a monkey-wrench.
The number of persons killed on the
railways of Great Britain last year was
1,425, and the number injured was 5,050.
Wilkesbabbe, Pa., June 17.?The of?
ficers of the Miners' Association of this
region met Mr. Parrish, last night, and
gave their official sanction to the resump?
tion of work. To-day they issued orders
to the men, giving them permission to
go to work. On Monday, most of the
shafts of the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre
Company"will be started.
_ Philadelphia, June 18.?In the Na?
tional Board of Trade, resolutions fa?
voring a postal telegraph and the pur?
chase of the present lines at a fair
yalnation, was discussed; a motion to
indefinitely postpone was carried. Re
solutions looking to common law as rale
for government of common carriers, not?
withstanding special stipulations on bill
of lading, passed.
Columbus, Ohio, June 18.?The plat?
form advocates adherence to the princi?
ples of the fathers of the republic, op?
position to aggressions either upon func?
tions of co-ordinate powers of govern?
ment, or exercise of functions reserved
to the people; protection to all citizens,
regardless of anything; one term for the
Presidency and $25,000salary; no grants
of money, credit or lands to schemes;
adoption by national banks of issue of
legal tenders to meet wants of trade, and
establishment ot State banks of discount
and deposit under State regulation^; half
of customs payable in legal tenders; no
currency but legal tenders; complete
separation of church and State, and no
secular schools; continued tyranny and
cruelty to Southern States denounced.
Saratoga, June 18.?The Alabama and
Tennessee editors received the hospi?
talities of the village at Congress Hall.
Governor Tilden has tendered them a
reception at Albany. The Alabama Press
Association telegraphed their greeting to
the Mayor of Boston, on tho celebration
of tho battle of Bunker Hill.
The State Democratic Executive Com?
mittee organized by re-electing the old
Atlanta, Ga., Juno 18.?The Supreme
Court reversed the decision of Hopkins,
of Fulton Superior Court, in regard to
taxing the Western and Atlantic Bui 1 road,
Georgia Railroad and Augusta and
Waynesboro Railroad; held that the
roads are only liable to a tax of one-half
of one per cent on net earnings; Court
held tbnt the Central Railroad and the
South-western Railroad must pay the tax
levied, and sustains Hopkins' -decision
in regard to these roads.
Cincinnati, June 18.?Indiana and
Illinois had an earthquake. At Sidney,
a druggist's shelving was thrown to the
floor, and the inhabitants fled to the
Washington, June 18.?Robeson has
returned. $250,000 has been sent to New
York to pay interest on the District
bonds. The Treasurer requests that no
legal tender or fractional currency be
sent for redemption that will reach the
treasury between the 25th of June and
1st of July, except the remittances by
national banks on account of the five
per cent deposits, which should be
forwarded as usual. This request is
made in order that the notes and cur?
rency on hand be reduced to the least
possible amount, in anticipation of the
count to be made on the 1st of July.
Probabilities?For the Atlantic States,
rising barometer, North-west to North?
east winds, cooler, clear and partly
cloudy weather and occasional coast rain.
The Signal Service observer at Indian?
apolis, reports to-day, as follows: At
7.44 A. M., a slight earthquake was felt;
also in Anderson, Vincennes, Ind., and
A private letter received here, brings
the intelligence that the Asiastic cholera
, has made its appearance on the United
States steamer Saco, on the Asiatic sta?
tion, and out of five cases, four of them
terminated fatally. It is believed, how?
ever, that the progress of disease has
San Francisco, June 18.?Tho ship
Champion, from New York hither, lost:
Capt. Merrill and a sailor drowned.
Yesterday's Market Reoorts.
New Y'obk?Noon.?Money 2.J. Gold
opened 17 J?now 17L Exchange?long
4.88; short 4.91. Cotton dull and easier;
sales 000--uplands 15\; Orleans 15jj.
Futures opened heavy, now a shade bet?
ter: Julv 11 27-32(mI4 29-32; August
14 31-32?15; September 14J; October
14 9-10(2)14$. Pork heavy?19.40?19.50.
Lard quiet?steam 13J.
7 P. M.? Money easy?2(77-2\. Sterliug
steady. Gold dull?17J(5>i7L" Govern?
ments dull but strong?new 5s 181.
States quiet and nominal. Cotton quiet; I
sales 422, at 151?15.}. Flour rules
slightly in buyers' favor and only mode?
rate demand?4.90(7? 8.25. Wheat opened
irregular and unsettled, closing dull and
firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn heavy and lOt
2c. lower?82@85. Coffee -Rio, cargoes,
quoted 11(77,18$ gold; job lots 16.j<W 19ij
gold. Sugar quiet and steady- 10i(? llj.
Molasses dull and heavy. Pork lower?
new, job lots, 10.50. Lard heavy and
lower?131 prime steam. Whiskey lower
?1.19)@1.20. Freights to Liverpool
steady?cotton, sail, 9-32; steam 11-32.
Cotton net receipts 207; gross 295. Fu?
tures closed qniet; sales 31,800: June
14jj@14 15-10; July 14 29-32?14 15-10;
August 15 l-32(7j)15 1-1G; September
14 15-lfi(.?ll 31-32; October 14 21-32(7?
14 11-10; November 14 9-16?14 19-32;
December 14 9-16@14i; January 14 23-32
?14?; February 14 15-16(7i)14 31-32;
March 15 3-10(7315 7-32; April 152(7*; 151;
May 15 19-32(77)16$.
Comparative Cotton Statement.?Net
receipts at all United Statesports during
week 12,089?same week last year
12.401; totul to date 3,428,120?same dato
last year 3,704,239; exports for week
19,018?same week last year 18,040; total
to date 2.528,598? same date last year
2,690,120; stock at all United States
ports 253,257?same timo last year
1260,867; stock at all interior towns
24,951?same time last year 46,318; stock
at Liverpool 1,003,000?same time last
year 942,000; stock of American afloat
for Great Britain 155,000? same time last
Weekly Cotton Statement.?Nash?
ville?Dull?middling 13\; low middling
131; good ordinary 12$; weekly net re?
ceipts 59; shipments 908; sales 600; spin?
ners 91; stock 4,967. Philadelphia?Dull
?middling 15}; net receipts 84; gross
186; exports Great Britain 167; weekly
net receipts 450; gross 1,674; exports
Great Britain 282. Norfolk?Dull and
nominal?middling 141; net receipts 395;
exports coastwise 115; sale 25; stock
2,884; weekly net receipts 2,161; exports
coastwise 1,930; sales 465. Macon?Dull
, ?weekly net receipts 17; shipments 191;
sales 2; stock 1,969. Columbus?Dull
middling 14A ; low middling 14; good or?
dinary 13; weekly net receipts 53; ship?
ments 793; sales 300; skinners 98; stock
141; low middling 133 '> g?od ordinary
13|; weekly net receipts 29; shipments
51; stock 1,019. Selnia?Weekly net re?
ceipts 77; shipments 307; stock actual
Baltimore.?Cotton dull and nominal;
net receipts 49; gross 55; coastwise SO;
sales 115; spinners 60: stock 3,072;
weekly net receipts 49; gross 492: ex?
ports coastwise 590; sales 1,260; spin?
ners 295. Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat email@example.com. Provisions
dull und weak. Pork 19.50(7, ,20.(H). Pa?
eon dull?shoulders 9A. Lard dull and
nominally lower?refined 14^6? 15. Whis?
key firm?1.20. Coffee quiet and steady.
Savannah.?Cotton dull and nominal;
net receipts 421; exports coastwise 698;
sales 4; stock 9,487; weekly net receipts
1,818; exports coastwise 1,794; sales 366.
Mobile.?Cotton unchanged; not re?
ceipts 801; exports coastwise 201; sales
100"; stock 3,522; weekly net receipts
239; exports Great Britain 2,004; sales
Wilminoton.?Cotton quiet and nomi?
nal; net receipts 151; stock 1,219; weekly
net receipts 4SG; exports coastwise 102.
Boston.?Cotton dull?middling 15};
low middling 15; good ordinary 14.J; net
receipts 53; gross 337; exports Great Uri
min 373; sales 45; stock 13,902; weekly
net receipts 444; gross 3,318; exports
Great Britain 1,220; sales 447.
Louisville.?Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn dull?72^? 74. Pork
19.50?20.00. Bacon?shoulders 9\;
clear rib 123; clear 121(2,13. Lard?tierce
14J@15; keg 15}. Whiskey 1.15. Bag?
ging active, firm and unchanged.
St. Louis.?Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn lower?67\(?.G7\ cash.
Whiskey steady?1.18. Pork ?lull?19.25.
Bacon dull; only limited jobbing de?
141; net receipts 41; shipments 139;
sales 200; stock l,Q/>5; weekly net re?
ceipts 343; shipments 1,734; sales 2,500.
Auousta.?Cotton dull and tending
down?middling 14J; low middling 14;
good ordinary 13}; net receipts 21; sales
08: stock 4,099; weekly net receipts 138;
shipments 501; sales 403; spinners 45.
dling 141; low middling 13); good ordi?
nary 15; net receipts 5; sales 50; stock
15,176; weekly net receipts 171; gross
192; exports coastwise 1,785; sales 1,728.
Cincinnati.?Flour steady. Corn dull
and declining?72@73. Pork lower and
in fair demand?18.50 spot and seller
July. Lard nominal?summer 121. Ba?
con dull and declining?shoulders 9;
clear rib 12(5)124,; clear 12J?12}. Whis?
New Orleans.?Cotton quiet?mid?
dling 15; net receipts 372; gross 573; ex?
ports coastwise 4o5; sales 1,500; stock
55,635; weekly net receipts 1,043; gross
1,980; exports France 3,147; continent
1,130; coastwise 1,428; sales 6,000.
low middling 14}; good ordinary 14;
net receipts 106; sales 25: stock 7,63*;
weekly net receipts 996; exports coast?
wise 839; Kales 550.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton irregular
?middling uplands 7 7-16; middling
Orleans 7?; sales 10,000, including 5,000
American; speculation and export 1,000;
sides of the week 58,000; speculation
and e^iort 10,000; in port 1,003,000;
American 597,000; receipts 57,000: Ame?
rican 21,000; actual export 4,000; afloat
559,000; American 155,000; basis mid?
dling uplands, nothing below good ordi?
nary, deliverable June or July, 7}: basis
middling uplands, nothing below low
middling, deliverable July or August,
7J?7|; September, 7j(.
5 P. M.?Basis middling uplands, no?
thing below low middling, deliverable
June, 7 3-16; new crop, basis ditto,
7 7-10. Yarns and fabrics tend down.
A fearful suicide occurred in Paris the
other day. Gerard Anthoine called his
little boy, aged six, to him, and said:
"Little one, you have often wished to
play with this pistol," showing the child
an old pistil. "O, yes, papa." "Well,
we will play with it now," and loading
the weapon, tho father handed it to the
boy. "Now, look," he said, "I will get
down on my knees before you; you will
point at me right between the eyes and
pull the trigger; you'll see how funny it
is!" and he knelt down. "Aim well, in
the head, between tho eyes," he said
again; "but first embrace me." The
poor child embniced his lather, and then
pointed the pistol as told, and fired.
Gemrd fell back dead, and tho boy see?
ing the terrible result, ran out of the
While Postmaster-General Jewell is
going the rounds he might slip down to
Texas, where it is said there is a mail
route contract for a semi-weekly service,
but is only performed monthly by a boy
on a mustang pony at $400 per annum,
the Contractors receiving the tritle of
A terrific hail storm passed over the
lower portion of Union County, a few
days ago. Corn and cotton were greatly
injured, and in some instances cabins
wero destroyed. Maybinton, in New
berry County, and vicinity, also had a
visit of a similar nature, with like ro
1,400 steerage passengers leaving
New York in one day to return to Europe
is, says the New York Herald, an event
of no small significance. The signifi?
cance of the event finds emphasis in the
estimate, that the immigration, arrivals
this year in New York will be 50,000 less
than they were in 1874.
Next to tho "ohromo"of an intoxicated
man fondly steadying a gas lamp-post, wo
don't know of a more heartrending ob?
ject than that of a lean canine reaching
for a business-like flea on the extreme
Southern portion of his tail.
Coroner Beiden, of Lancaster, hold an
inquest a few days ago over the body of
a colored woman, who dropped dead
while working in the field. The Doctor
called it "heart disease;" the negroeH
called it "tricked."
There is now living in Northampton
County, N. C, a well known lady, who
can number nearly 100 living children
and grand-children. She has lived to
behold the fourth generation of her off?
The lightning struck in the open cot?
ton field of Mr. B. I. Lathen, one mile
from Lancaster, last Saturday morning.
It crisped, as with fire, about sixty feet
of a circle.
A New York papt r says that a trip to
Europe has become so cheap us to be
plebian, and people of superior clay art;
beginning to hesitate about the propriety
of going tliere.
Alfred Walker, (.colored,) who mur?
dered Rev. J. ('. Miller, near Union C.
IL, several months ago. after a fair trial,
has been found guilty,
j A colored man, named James Hud
gins, while attempting to cross from the
main land to Sullivan's Island, in a boat,
was drowned, a few days ago.
Gen. J. B. Kershaw has accepted the
position of orator at the centennial of
the battle of Fort Moultrie, June 28,
A colored man in Lancaster was bitten
recently by a rattlesnak", when his arm
swelled and he soon became delirious.
A pint of whiskey restored him.
A skillful mother and a number of
marriageable daughters is now termed a
School of design.
Don't be meddlesome, if you'd avoid
Without friends, this world is truby a
MY Ice Machine is under repair for a
few days. My customers will be
supplied with Lake Ice at the store.
June 19 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
New Mountain Batter.
JUST received this day 10 tubs North
Carolina MOUNTAIN BUTTER?
the finest I have ever seen?which I will
sell at 2?c. per pound.
June 19 HARDY SOLOMON. _
THE CITIZENS OF COLUMBU are
requested to carefully inspect their
premises and abate any existing nui?
sance or report the same promptly to the
Chairman of the Board of their respect?
ive Wards. Bv order of the Chairman
Board of Health: -
RICHARD JONES. Clerk B. H.
Chairman of Ward 1?Prof. R. T.
Greener; Ward 2- Henri' Daniels; Ward
3?E. H. Heinitsh; Ward 4?C. Barnum.
Bo Not be lied Astray
BY the sensational advertisements of
houses that are trying hard to mo?
nopolize the tmde of this city. Call on
your old friend,
"Tie Leader of Low Prices,"
And you will find that he is as deter?
mined as ever
Not to be Under-sold!
PRICES AS LOW AS AXYBOin',
And REDUCTIONS are made all through
my stock, as it must be sold or greatly
reduced before my removal.
June 15 C. P. JACKSON.
Furniture, Pickles, Beef, drc.
BY H. ft 8. BEABD, Auctioneers.
THIS (Saturday) MORNING, the 19th
inst., at 10 o'clock, in front of our auc?
tion store, we will sell,
A variety of Furniture, Child's Car?
riage, Marble Tumbler Stand, Refrige?
rator and other useful articles. J 19
State of South Carolina, Richland Co.
OFFICE CLERK OF COURT.
Columbia, S. C, June 18, 1873.
"VTOTICE is hereby giveu that in pur
suauce of an order made by His
Honor R. B. Carpenter, a special session
of the Court of Common Pleas, for the
Cnnntv of Richland, will be holden at
Columbia. S. C.\ on TUESDAY, the Gth
day of July, A. D. 1875, for the despatch
of such business us shall be properly
brought before it. D. B. MILLER.
June 19 12 Clerk of Court.
New Fresh Goods
LARGE assortment of rich and beauti?
ful DRESS GOODS.
The styles and patterns of PRINTS
are numberless in variety, and every de
Imrtment of his large establishment has
>een replenished with accessions re?
freshingly seasonable and accommodat?
The Millinery Department
Is superbly stocked.
.7. if Mr. Kinard invites a call.
White and Colored.
White and Colored.
White and Colored.
Hide on LATEST UfF&OTSD PATENT.
Fixtures all ready for hanging up.
1AAA LATEST 8tvles LADIES
.UUU and CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS, only FIFTY CENTS EACH.
JONES, DAVIS ft BOUKNIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co.
June 13 _
DEY GOODS AND NOTIONS
C. F. JACKSON,
The Leader of Low Prices.
CCOMPELLED to move in six weeks.
J the Stock in even* Department will
be sold at GREAT SACRIFICE.
June 12 *
"THE BARGAIN COUNTERS"
GIMI IBM DRV GOODS STORE.
TBE GREAT SAIL WILL BE PUT IN U
TD-MORROW (Monday) JUNE 14, at 0 o'clock, wo will commence mir CLEAR?
ANCE SALE. We will tnrn all our Centra Counters into what will be known
as "BARGAIN COUNTERS," at "W. 1). LOVE & CO.'8 STORE," upon which we
will place a great variety of Goods which we do not wish to carry over to next
season, and will be marked at PRICES REGARDLESS OF COST. Each article
will have attached to it a Ticket marked Bargain Counter, and the price of the arti?
cle marked on it in "J'la'ni Figures."
A great variety of Goods will be put upon these Counters, and now will be the
time for those in need of DRY GOODS to lay in their supplies, for ice mean busi?
The sale will be continued from day to day, until the stock is reduced to tho
proportion we wish. BARGAIN COUNTERS will be replenished every day.
As we desire consumers to get the advantege of these bargains, and to guard
against speculators who would pick them up to sell again at a profit, we will only
allow n person ot one time to got as much as one piece or one dozen, or less, of any
article. No Goods will be sent out on approbation or memorandum.
The terms of the sale will be CASH ON DELIVERY.
All are invited to come, as they will buy Goods at half the usnal price. Bring
all your spare change with you, as you will" be able to get a good many Goods for
Come every dav this week and stay as long as you can; for those who stay away
will miss the' BARGAINS, and be sorry tbov did not come.
' We give you below a few STARTLING PRICES of the manv Goods to be sold:
1,000 yards 10-4 PEPPERELL BLEACHED SHEETING, worth 50 cents, at 37.J
?2,000 yards 4-4 WAMSUTTA BLEACHED MUSLIN, at 15 cents.
1,000 yards 4-4 NEW YORK MILLS MUSLIN, at 15 cents.
2,000 yards 4-1 ANDROSCROGGIN AND FRUIT OF LOOM MUSLIN, at 12J
2,000 yards HILL'S SEMPER IDEM MUSLIN, at 10 cent3.
3,000 i EOOT G. MUSLIN, at 8} cents.
GOOD PRINTS, at 5 cents.
STANDARD PRINTS, at 61 cents.
ALL BEST PRINTS MADE, at 8J cents.
1,000 pair Men's, Ladies?, Misses'and Children's SHOES, from 40 cents upwards
less than manufacturers' cost
100 dozen Ladies' and Gents' HOSIERY, at HALF PRICE.
100 pieces BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS, at 6|, 10, 121, 15 and 25, Ac, Ac, Ac
June 13 W. D. LOVE A. CO., Columbia, S. C.