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Lonoon, Julj* 22.?It is reportod that
Gen. Mendiri succeeds Gen. Porali as
; chief in command of the Carlist forces.
London, July 22.?The limes, this
morning, in its financial article, con?
demns the silence of the inanagorsof the
direct Unitod States cable in regard to
tho lino, and says that inquiries of its
stockholders meet with u blank refusal
to impart information.
The altciidauco at tho Wimbledon
meeting to day was small. A match for
Elcho challenge shield is being shot.
Reulin, July 22.?The town of Wurui
brum and vicinity was visited by u'
heavy ruin?bridges, houses und crops
London, July 22.?In tho Commons,
Disraeli announced that the Government
had abandoned the merchants' shipping
bill for this session, and expressed tho
hope that the session would close by tho
10th or 12th of August. Mr. Plcmbsoll
made a violent attack on the Govern?
ment. Tho Speaker requested him to
leave the House.
Paius, Julv ?L?Tho Eight Centre ia
completely disrupted. The liberal por?
tion are Booking a fusion with a group
under the leadership of M. Deloyergne,
with a leaning towards the Luff,
The Carlists deny the, truth of reports
that their troops have entered Prance,
and that Gon. Dorrogaray is wounded and
has taken refugo in Prance.
The French customs returns for the |
last six months show nn increase in re?
ceipts of '23,000,0801 over those for tho
corresponding period of last year. Tho
total ? revenues of the country for the
some time has been increased 711,000, OOOf.
over that of 1874.
Tho hoavy rain in the Inland Counties
continues. * In many places the growing
crops have been destroyed, and the mil
ways are interruped in all directions. |Q
The Home Knie members of Parlia?
ment will attend, in-a body the Homo
ltule banquet which is to be given ut
Dublin, August A, and will also bo pre?
sent at tho (/Council celebration.
The. stock of the Anglo-American Tele?
graph Company has advanced ?2 10s.
The rise is attributed to tho reported
failure to repair the direct cable, the
stock of which has declined 20 per cent,
since the 8th instant
It is reported that Prussia and Russia
intend to furlough on a large scale next
year. Ono of the Vienna papers urges
Austria to follow and prove that tho alli?
ance between the three Emperors is
Munich, July 21.?The Ultramontane
says Baron Loe has been sentenced to
six months imprisonment for a tresona
blc speech made by him in October 1873.
Herr Sigel, editor of the Ultramontane
journal Vaterland, was sent to-prison to?
day to serve out a ten months' sentence
for treasonable utterances.
New Yonk, July 22.?A notice by the
. people to the general term, from the de?
cision of Judge Donohuo, in the $0,000,
000 suit, was served.on the defendant.
Legal circles regard furnishing a detailed
bill of,naxtioulara impossible.
The Treasurer of Long Island city is
short ?7,000 cash, and a larger amount
of misappropriations from back taxes.
The Government has awarded $1,000,4
OOO.^old, at 112.05 to 112.80.
New Yoke, July 22.?Mrs. Merr'tt,
wife of Col. Mcrritt, U. S. A., was out?
raged on board the tug Mike Norton.
Two have been arrested on suspicion.
Loader's bail is $3,000. The trial will
be in tho November term.
Washington, July 22. ?Judge Fisher
wiU doubtless bo relie ved and Chief
Clerk Avery suspended. Bristow, how?
ever, has no advice of Avery's indict?
The July returns to the Department of
Agriculture show that the acreage of to?
bacco is greater than that of last vear?
the increase being in the great tobacco
producing States. Maryland has in?
creased her area 4 per cent; Virginia 20;
North Carolina 33; South Carolina 7;
Florida 23; Mississippi 16; Arkansas 10;
Tennessee 203; Kentucky 223; Ohio 25;
Indiana 40; Illinois 56; Missouri 60; New
York, Pennsylvania and Texas report the
sumo area as last year; New Hampshire
has reduced her small acreage 30 per
cent; Massachusetts 25; Connecticut 2;
Georgia 5; Alabama 10; Louisiana 7;
Wisconsin 17; ? Kansas 11. The condition
of tho crop is most satisfactory in tho
largest tobacco States, and is 20 per cent,
above an average on tho whole. Ken?
tucky, which produces two fifths of our
whole crop, is 31 per cent, above tho ave?
rage. The othor largo producing States
are either very near a full average or
above. Tho remarkably depressed con?
dition is noted only in the smaller pro
Advicos received at the Medical Bn- j
roau, Navy Department, from the South ]
Atlantic fleet, report that our vessels
there are now free from yellow fever. I
Information has been received at the!
Department of State to the effect that a
circular has been issued by the Spanish
Government with a view to the vigorous
1 enforcement of tho existing laws of that
country requiring the exhibition of pass?
ports by persons entetn^j^^tjk^^^ing
warm and partly olyB^WSUther will
Baltimore, July 22.?In tho conven?
tion, John Leo Carrol and Wm. F. Ham?
ilton wero nominated. Tho former was
elected. Tho financial plank in tho
platform firmly opposes any inflation of
the currency, and favors the resumption
of specie paymont at tho earliest possi?
Ket West, July 22.?Tho yellow fever
epidemic is about expended its force; no
new decided cases in about fivo days.
Philadelphia, July 22 ?The English
Centennial Commission have broken the
ground for their buildings?four ifa
"White Svephch Spbinoh, July 22.?
' Convention convaned. The Committee
on Permanent Organization presented
constitution and by-laws wbicb were
unanimously adopted. The first article
providos for tbe Organization of a Na?
tional Cotton Exchange of America; 2d,
doflues object, promotes efficiency and
extend* usefulness of local cotton ex?
changes und secures their united and
harmonious co-operation to obtain more
reliable und precise statements in regard
to tho movements and extent of crops.
Provision is made for regular bi-ennial
meetings. The President, Vice-Presi?
dent and seven Directors will act as n
board of genend management; will ap?
point n secretary, treasurer and such as?
sistants as they may deem necessury;
will have power to levy assessments und
disburse sums raised, but shull not incur
debts. Exchang"s handling 25,0i)0 bales
will be entitled to two delegates, and one
additional dolegatc to each additional
lOD.OOO bales. The Exccutivo Council
should have power to add to the consti?
tution such articles us receive a vote of
two-thirds of the representatives at each
Convention, provided said two-thirds
Kbull represent n majority of the consti?
tuent exchanges. Nominationswtre post?
poned till to-morrow ufternoon.
1 Ultimo re, July 22.?The convention
adjourned at 4 o'clock this morning to
10.30. The majority report of the Com?
mittee of Credentials was adopted by 51)
to 18. About 1 A. M., Thos. J. Keating, of
Queen Anne County, was installed as
I permanent chairman of the convention.
! Fillibustcring Continued. Motions to
adjourn were constantly made and voted
down. No rule having been udoptcd by
the convention, the discussion on dila?
tory and other motions took a wide
range, and as the hours moved on, the
debate waxed bolter and hotter. Mr.
Frcaner, of Washington County, a leader
of the Hamilton party, openly charged
that bribes of $1,000 in one casv and Su00
and an office in another bad been offered
two delegates to vote for Carroll; which
was retorted by Mr. Fenton, a Carroll
delegate, saying a Baltimore city dele?
gate had been offered a bribe in money
to vote for Hamilton, which was spurned
by the delegate. No one supposed this
bribe was offered with the knowledge of
Mr. Hamilton, nor was any candidate or
bis advocates responsible" for what was
done by outsiders. At times, the great?
est confusion prevailed, and vtho discus?
sion became so excited, that Hon. John
Ritchie, a rccognizciT leader of the Ham?
ilton?, threatened to withdraw from the
convention, if the majority insistodon
forcing a vote at this .sitting AN
Galupous, Ohio, July 22.?-Governor
Allen, Gco. H. Pendlcton and others, ad?
dressed tho Democratic meeting. Pen?
dle ton's interpretation of the financial
plank of the platform is a cessation of
contraction, a sound and sufficient cur
' rency and the promotion of industries,
as the surest road to the appreciation of
paper to a par with gold; greenbacks in?
stead of national bank notes, and green?
backs for customs to the extent that the
necessities of the Government will per?
mit. He announced himself a hard
money man, but be would not rush
ruthlessly buck to spocio payments over
the prostration of all business, and tho
ruin of the debtor.
ILuvrroun, July 22.?The Encampment
met to-day. Several thousand soldiers
ami GU0 Andersonville prisoners were
present. Several addresses were made.
Gen. Hawlcy, in concluding, referred to
the centennial, which ho hoped would
prove a great love-feast, bringing toge?
ther in harmony and brotherly love the
people of the * North and S >uth. We
have won the victory for the Union, he
said; now, we have one more vicrory to
win ? to win the hearts of our late antag?
j Jacksonoii.le, July 2?.?E. G. John?
son, Deputy Collector of Internal Reve?
nue, and a member of tho Florida Legis
| latnrc, was shot and killed, lost night,
at a still-house about ten miles from Fer
uandina. The assassins are unknown.
r St. Louis, July 22.?Twenty-three
I more whiskey ring' indictments, includ?
ing, it is said, Avery, Chief Clork of the
Onn Orcharo, Maikb, July 22.?The
Old Orchard House was burned at 10 A.
M. Of the 250 guests, all lost more.or
less clothing and jewelry. No lives lost.
Nkw Oulkanh, July 22.?A privato de?
spatch from Bustrop, La., reports the
burning of tho business part of the town
Charleston, July 22.?Arrived?
Steamship Foloy, Baltimore; schooner
Myrovor, Now York.
Yesterday's Market Reoorts.
New Youk?Noon.?Stocks active and
steady. Money lj. Gold 124. Ex?
change?long 4.87; short 4.90. Govern?
ments dull and unsettled. State bonds
quiet Cotton quiet; sales 234?uplands
14*; Orleans 15$. Futures openod quiot:
August 14A@14 17-32; Septomberbi 5-16
($14 11-32; October 14 1-16?14 3-32.
Flour 10(a)20c. bettor. Wheat 3<S>4c.
better. Corn l?'2c. better. Pork heaVy
20.75@31100. Lard Armor?steam 14.
7 P. M.?Money easy?1102. Ster?
ling quiet-4.87. Gold 12$?12J. Go?
vernments dull and steady?new 5s 151.
States quiet and nominal. Cotton quiet
and steady; sales 742, at 14J?15^; con?
solidated net receipts 2,375; exports
Groat Britain 2,209; Franco 1,250; conti?
nent 1,825. Flour 10@25c. better and
fair demand?C.email@example.com. Wheatexcited
and irregular?1.44? 1.55. Corn l@2c.
better, opening active and exoited, but
closing quiet, atlabout lc. advance?
90@,92L Coffee?Bio more activo and
firmer?161(5)19}; common to good car?
goes 171(^20 gold; job lots 17fr@21 gold.
Sugar firm and more active?7j@JlH.
Molasses quiet and unchanged. Fork
active and excited?21.00. Whiskey
lower? 1.20J(3a. 21. Freights steady.
Cotton?net receipts 384; gross 384. Fu?
tures steady; sales 26,000: July 14 7-16;
August 141? 14 17-32; September 14 5-16
?14 11-32; Ootober 14 1-32?14 1-16 . No?
vember 13 31-32; December 13 31-320
14; January 141014 5-32; February
14 5-10?14i: March 14 17-32(3? 14 9-lii;
April 14 23-32? 143; May 14-(?,15; June
lixJUfTUon.- Cotton duJl-'-miAil ling
14 ft low .n^d^cllin* l^ifg<foa ordinary
13}; gross receipts 4?; exports coastwise
?15; sales 02; spinners 30. Oats firmer
Southern 66. Provisions very firm and j
order trade fairly active. Fork 91.0?. |
Hulk meats quiet and firm?shoulders ;
9(3 'Jl^clear rib 12J(3 12}. Bacon firm ?
shoujders 9<(^10; olehr rib l3g(3;131. I
Hams llfrr 141. Lard quiet and firm?
j refined 14J. Coffee firmer, but not quo
tably higher. Whiskey quiet and lower
j ?1.20?.. Sugar very Strong?lOJRtOJ.
Savannah.?-Cotton entirely nominal ?
middling 14; low middling 13;; good <>r
| dinary 13J.
I New Ob^eans.?Cotton dull?middling :
14]; low middling 13;]: good ordinary I
12A: net receipts 6; gross 12: sales 50. |
Mohit.k.?Cotton nominal?middling |
14A; low middling 11; good ordinary 13 ;: J
ex]torts coastwise 52.
Memphis.?Cotton nothing doing and '
demand moderate?middling 141/3,24^;
net receipts 18; shipments 34>
Charleston. ?Cotton dull? middling
14J(3.14";; low middling 14: good ordi?
nary 131; net receipts 63; exports coast?
wise 44; sales 14.
GaivEBToN.?Cotton dull and nominal
?middling 14; low middling 13}; good,
ordinary 12net receipts 72.
Boston.?Cotton qui?t ?middling 15} ;
low middling 14?; good ordinary 11; net
receipts 12; gross 12; sales 140.
Philadelphia. --Middling cotton 141;
low middling 14J; good ordinary 13|;
net receipts 27; gross 713.
141; net receipts 70; exports onastwiae 02. j
14; low middling 13j; good ordinary 13;!
net rgoeln$s 61; sales b'>^" i
WtiAllMSTON. ? CotiOn dull and nomi?
nal?middling 14$; low middling 14$; j
good ordinary 13; net receipts.
Cincinnati.?Flour active nnd higher
?family firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat buoyant
j and unsettled?rud 1.4?(3tl.50. Corn
I Very firm and holders asking higher?
73(5'75. Fork quiut and firm?20.50.
Lard demand fair and firm?summer
113(3.13.}; kettle 14\r.? 14?. Bulk moats
active and higher, closing firm? shoul?
ders 81^8^; clear rib sides 11^(3; 11$;
(clear sides 121012}. Bacon demand
good and tending upward?shoulders -
clear rib sides ll.h2Jl(311.85; clear I
sides 13}, I
Louisville.?Flour demand fair and
prices advanced ?4.75(3.7.25. Wheat j
demand fair and firm?1.15(3 1.25. Corn
quiet and firm?70f?? 70. Provisions very |
firm and holders asking higher. Pork
21.50. Bulk meats?shoulders 8^; clear ,
rib 121; clear sides 12A. Bacon shoul?
ders 9j; clear rib 13j}; clear sides 13,',.
Hams MJ&IS}. Whiskey 1.10. Bag?
ging quiet and steady?13173 14.
St. Louis.?Flour very Arm nnd bold-;
ers asking higher: buyers generally
withdrew from market and little done.
Wheat active nnd higher; demand chiefly i
for speculation -1.301(3 1.3*. Corn!
higher?69f3>.69}. Pork higher?21.'25.
Bulk meats ?rmer?shoulders hil; clear
rib Unclear 12jj. Bacon tinner? shoul?
ders 94; clear rib 12|(o)13: clear 13|(3
13V. Lard tinner and held higher?13.
Whiskey steady and unchanged.
London. ? Street rate 2|, which is i
below bank. Erics 14]. Weather fair.
Bank increase C72G.0U0.
Liverpool?3 P. M.- Cotton quirt -
middling Uplands 6 13-10; middling Or?
leans 7 3-16; sales 10.1XJO; speculation
and export 3,000; American 5,000.
Speaking of the South, the Besten l'oni
says that a tire could not clean out a
doomed territory more completely than
the carpet-bag fraternity, chartered and
protcctod from Washington, devoured
the remnant of substances which was the
Sonth's only relianco in a struggle for .
recovery. But it is everything that la?
bor has"at last opened its eyes to the
truth, and comprehends the vital points i
of the situation. When the blacks suffer,
then they are able to see that it is be- j
cause the whites have suffered before i
them, and they reason very clearly from
the effect to the cause. When they finally
understand that whole Status have been
impoverished, whose productive re?
sources once seemed limitless, they are
able to conceive that it was accomplished
1)3' influences from without, that, how?
ever commended to their approbation,
have proved themselves trecherons, de
structure and cruel.
Don't Mark Wau on the Stomach.?If
you are bilious, dyspeptic and constipa?
ted, don't make war on the stomach by
successively swallowing blue pills, strong
purgatives and powerful astringents.
Such a procedure damages digestion and
'weaken the bowels, leaving stomach, liver
and intestines, after the immediate effect,
in a condition of greater disorder than
before. That complete relief which
remedies of the above description signal?
ly fail to afford is obtained bv using
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. And* for the
best of reasons. Biliousness is tho re?
sult of inactivity of the liver, dyspepsia
of weakness of the digestive organs, and
constipation is produced by the above
canses operating together. The Bitters,
being a powerful stomachic, overcome
indigestion by stimulating the secretion
of gastric jnico, relieve biliousness by
promoting greater activity of the liver,
and thus enable the bowels to act with
renewed regularity. J23f3rl. J
The owner of a pair of bright eyes says
that the prettiest compliment sho ever
received, came from a child of four years.
The little fellow, after looking at her in?
tently for a moment, inquired naively,
"Are your eyes new ones?'
"Latin and Greek are all right," said a
Washington County fanner to his son (a
young graduate) the other day, "but
gimme a man who can plough around an
apple tree 'thout touching the roots."
Correspondence Columbia Phoenix. .
Or.kvk fcpRrttos, Jn.T 21. 1875.
Editor Piuemx: Ab many Colombia
families are represented bere, a few items j
from this section may prove interesting. I
The weather has been extremely warm]
for the past few days, but to-day is a
decided improvement, an<l a most invi?
gorating breezo has been enjoyed. The
wide-spread reputation of the healthful
nessof this spot is attracting hither quite
a goodly number of visitors from all
sections of the State about fifty being
registered at present. The excellent me-j
dicinal virtues of the water of Glenn 1
Spriugs are too well known to need any]
comment here, and the well-kept hotel is
quite an inducement. Of course, one'
does not have all the luxuries mid deli?
cacies of a first class city hotel, hut \
everything H clean and comfortable, and
no pains are spared by Mr. James G.ids
den, the courteous and attentive assist?
ant of Mr. Gorman, to make each guest
feel us much id home as possible.
Various amusements are resorted toby
tbo guests, in order to pass the time
'pleasantly. Ac-roquet ground has been
arranged in front of the hotel, and a bil?
liard anil bagatelle table and howling
alley are accessible. The first "hop" of
the season took place last evening, and
was participated in by many of the
guests and several ladies and gentlemen
from tbo surrounding country. The
dancing was 4p*P* up until a late tor
early, rather,-') hour, and all seemed to
enjoy themselves. A visit to the spring
is always in the programme, and if made 1
early in the morning and liberal lil>a-j
tions of this excellent water partaken of, I
it is sure to give any one a- Bood appetite |
for the substantial breakfast which they |
wiil find awaiting them in the large and
cool dining saloon. Through the exer- J
tions of Mr. Gorman, the guests are now j
supplied with a tri-weekly mail.
The farmers all through the country ]
are quite jubilant over the prospects of
fine crops. More anon.
Nothing is more lady-like than the use
of fine note paper and a neat fashionable
envelope. So think the fortunate re?
ceivers of such bilbt-doux. The sweet?
ness of a charming sentence is rendered
more delicious, if conveyed on a delicate
tinted sheet of Pirie's Note Paper. It is
bad taste in a gentlemrn writing to a
lady on inferior stationery. If you wish
to be posted on the latest novelitcs, the
fashion in these matters, enclose a stump
to Walker, Evans A* Cogswell, for one of
their little fashion books "Card Eti?
quette," or send an order for a recherche
lot of paper and envelopes of the latest
stylo. Do not forget at the same time to
ordeV n monogram. JlGt
The relatives and friends of Captain
and Mrs. DKURY NUXAMAKF.lt are
respectfully invited to attend his funeral
THIS (Friday) MORNING, at St. An?
drew's Church, in the Lexington Fork,
at Ol A. M.
Wanted for this State,
ANUMBER of good Canvassers foruj
First Class and Popular ROOK.
Call at the Mansion House and see uu- !
designed. . E. NEBlfUTj
July 23j < ietieral Agent. I
Lumber for Sale.; |
IHAVE on hand a large quantitv of i
w.ll seasoned BUILDING LUM?
BER, Flustering^ Laths and Shingles,
which I will sell ^hVP far cash. Apply ;
at my residence, on Main street, or
through Post Office, Box 1:50, Columbia.
July 20 3mo | ^ JrmV?V'
Bacon, Butter, Lemons, &c. ,
BOXES Dry Sait and Smoked I
in kegs linkst Goshen Butter.
5U tubs pure Leaf Lard. '
15 casks extra Sugar-cured Hams.
20 boxes choie Messina Lemons.
Just received and for sab- low. bv
C. J. LAUREV,
July 21 3 151 Main stre. t. j
Every Day Something New. I
CHOCOLATE and EXTRACT OF
MEAT, for Invalids, Adults and
EXTRACT OF BEEF, with M ine and 1
Iron. A nutritive tohio? adnm.iMc for
Debilitv and Indigestion.
Elixir BARK AND IRON Summer
Tonic and Appetiser. For sale bv
E. H. HEINITSH,
May 20f_ City Drug Store.
State South Carolina?Eichland Co.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John Lynch, as Executor of the last will
and testament of John Bauskett, d<-j
ceased, plaintiff, against Llince J. '
Hancock, James M. Rhett, Mrs. Mar?
tha Arthur, executrix, William Martin,
executor. Edward Arthur, John Arthur,
Fannie V. Arthur, Mary 1?. Arthur,
Mrs. Cecilia Johnston, Latta Johnston,
Thomas B. Wellington ttul., defend?
ants. - ? Summons.
T> the defendants Mrs. Martha Arthur,
tthcard Arthur, John Arthur, Fannie
V. Arthur, Mary It. Arthur, Mrs. Ce?
celia Johnston and Latta Johnston:
YOU arc hereby summoned and re?
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which was filed in the office
of the Clerk of Common Pleas, for tbo
said County, at Columbia, on the 30th
day of June, 1875, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on the
subscribers at their office, No. 8. Law
Range, Columbia, S. C, within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff In this action
will apply to the Court for the reliof de?
manded in the complaint.
McMASTER k L*C0XTE,
July 9 fO Plaintiffs Attorneys.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS MORNING, nt 10 o'clock, I will
sell, ut my store, to close sundry con?
CHAIUS. TABLES. SIDEBOAKD,
Lounges, Bedsteads, Sumd.% Muttrcsscs,
On sccount of all concerned, a lot of
DRY SALTED BACON.
Boxes of Pickles, in gallons.
Soaps, Ac, Ac.
Sale positiv?-, to close out. July 23
GEOK?E o. liT LL,
rnornLETor. or tue
(Formerlv Stovall's Excels.or Mills, 1
ANUFACTUEES FLOUR in ail
grades. The old and well-known
Pride of Augusta,
Lit tit Beauty,
Always on Lund, and their well-earned
reputation will Iih faithfully ?
BRAN, Etc. ,
Constantly made, and orders promptly
filled at the
June 25 lino
THE GREAT SENSATION
IN DRY GOODS
STILL IN FI LL. BLAST !
TO-MORROW (Monday) the BARGAIN
COUNTERS will be" bountifully re?
plenished with a new, fresh line of
i goods, and will bo kept up during the
Beautiful DRESS GOODS at 10c;
I worth 25 and 50c.
I 10 pieces Plain White LINEN LAWN,
at 20c ; worth 40c
15 pieces Fancy LTNEN LAWN, at 20
and 25c; worth 40 and 50c.
5 pieces BLACK GRENADINE, at 25e.;
3 cases New Stvle PRINTS, at (\\ and
1 case 4-4 American Pl'CALE, at 10c.
15 pieces Scotch TWEEDS, at 25c;
10 pieces Brown LINEN DRILL, at
25c: worth 50c.
1 case each Wumsutta and New York
I Mills MU8LTN, at 15c' ?
' 1 ease (neb AndragoMMMtan and Fruit
! of Loom MUSLIN, at 12jc.
1 case Hill's Semper Idem MUSLIN.
I at 10c.
1 case 10-4 Peppbrell Bleach SHEET?
ING, at 87ic
3 bales 4-4 Fine Brown SHEETING,
Ladles'. Men's and MfoseV BOOTS and
SHOES, from 40c. upwards.
The aliwfe ?*T ATTINGPRICES"
represent- only a.foWW the GREAT
BARGAINS that wUi he ollered to reduce
stock. Now is yotrr HraO to buy a good
: deal for little money.
W. D. LOVE & CO..
I Grand Central Dsycioods House,
I Jme 27' ' -k'ofhnilAT.S. cL
White and Colored.
White and Colored.
White and Colored.
Ms on LATEST IHMEJ PAIEKT,
Fixtures all ready for hanging up.
1r\f\f\ LATEST Styles LADIES
.Ul/U And CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS, only FIFTY CENTS EACH.
JONES, DAVIS & S0UKNIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver & Co.
Juno 13 _
Non-Board Fire Insurance and Real
HOME Fire Insurance Company,
Charleston, S. C.
Petersburg Savings and Fire Insur?
ance Company, of Petersburg, Va.
Citizens Firo Insurance Company, of
Newark, N. J.
Rates low and companies first class.
Office in the Union Babk.
WINT TROP WILLIAMS.
July 1 Agent.