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Bomb, June 17.?Garibaldi's bill for
the improvement of the Tiber passed. |
Paris, Jnne 17.?The Assembly passed
the University Education Bill by a ma?
jority of 54 votes. An amendment of
M. Paris was adopted, providing that
degrees to be awarded by the Board of
Examinors consist half of Stute and half I
of free professors. This is regarded as |
a victory for Ultmuiontanes, as the free
professors are clerical.
Dublin, June 17.?The gentlemen com- J
posing the American Team have been
elected honorary members of the princi?
London, Jnne 17.?The Times says the j
French University Education Bill, as
amended, makes changes of immense
importance. It gives a death-blow to a
syBtem of educational despotism under
which a secular and often skeptical body
has hitherto shaped the higher teaching
of young men wlio tilled the professions
and matte the laws of the country.
Malcolm, Hudson and Co., Japan mer?
chants, and Anibol Gonzales & Co., mer?
chants, have failed. It is believed their
liabilities are not heavy; their failure
was caused by the suspension of Alex?
ander, Collie & Co.
Several additional failures, mostly
East India houses; general feeling of dis
qnietnde in business circles.
Halifax, June 17.?The steamer Virgo,
ashore at St. Pierre, went to pieces
Tuesday night. The captain of a vessel
at Cape Causo spoke the schooner Trea?
sure, the captain of which reported two
of his dories and four men absent forty
eight hours; they were.probably lost, as
the weather was rough.
Montreal, June 17.?The Alabama
Editorial Association left here for Quebec.
-5,000 shoemakers discharged; depression
in trade attributed to importations from
Boston, Jnne 17.?The Union Volun?
teers, under General Banks, presented
regimental colors to the Fifth Maryland.
75,000 strangers here. The Southern
?soldiers have the lion's share of the hos?
The day was cloudless; entering trains
swarmed with visitors; notwithstanding
the crowds, order is excellent; but few
arrests. State troops lead the parade.
Most hearty shouts reserved for Phila?
delphia regiment, olad in gray; Mary?
land Fifth; Charleston Light Infantry
and New York Seventh. . The Maryland
Fifth bears its elegant flag, presented
yesterday. The parade of soldiers occu?
pied two hours in passing the
State House. While the military
review was proceeding at the State
House, DeMolay Commandery of
Knight Templars, of Boston, escorted
their visiting brethren of the Bichmond
Commandery to Charles town, where
they were received by the Ccaur De Lion
Commandery, and thence to the Odd
Fellows' Halt Addresses of welcome
were made by Hon. Richard Frothing
ham, of the Coeur De Lion Commandery,
and by Grand Commander W. B. Isaacs;
were responded to h}' ex-Gov. Walker,
of Virginia. Speeches were also made
by Eminent Commander Patterson, of
the Coaur De Lion Commandery, and
Eminent Commander W. E. Tanner. A
collation closed the exercises. The gen?
eral display was the most inagniticent
ever seen in this city.
Columbus, June 17.?Indications are
that Governor Allen will be nominated
All tho Counties are represented. A
hail-storm tore off part of the roof of the
Stato House, while the Ohio Convention
was in session. Tho Convention nomi?
nated Wm. Allen Governor and Samuel
F. Carey Lieutenant-Governor.
Washington, June 17.?Tho instruc?
tions for the guidance of tho Sioux Com?
missioners are nearly completed at the
Indian Bureau, but the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs indicates that they will
not be given to the press?at least, not
until after the Commissioners are en?
gaged in their labors. He hopes to have
the negotiations effected without the in?
terference of such outside parties as fol?
lowed the Indians to Washington, and
therefore deems it prudent to withhold
the instructions from the public.
Probabilities?For tho Gulf and South
Atlantic States, stationary pressure and
temperature, South-west to South-east
winds, clear and partly cloudy weather.
Tho Secretary of War returns from
West Point on Saturday. Treasurer
New will bo here June 25. Tho State
Department has advices that Portugal'
has forbidden the importation of potatoes
from tho United States.
St. Louis, June 17.?Wind, min and
hail storms greatly damaged the crops in
the central portions of the State; reports ]
from Lexington and LaFayetto Counties
of the appearance of millions of toads
and grass-hoppers appal the farmers.
Philadelphia, Juno 17.?Bishop
Woods was invested with the pallium to?
day, by Archbishop Bnyley. A vast
crowd in attendance. Tho cathedral,
arch-episcopal rosidencc and adjacent
streets were beautifully decorated.
Bishops Eider, of Natchez; Lynch, of
Charleston; Quintan, of Mobile; Gib?
bons, of Richmond, participated; 300
The Board of Trade adopted a rosolu
tiod, memorializing Congress to restore
postage to its former status. A resolu?
tion favoring early specie pavments was
adopted?31 to 8.
In tho collision between the steamship
Tonawanda and schooner H. G. Blasdale,
the Court decides that the steamship is
wholly to blame and must bear the loss,
some $56,000, which falls on the South?
ern Mail Steamship Company.
Salem, Mass., Juno 17.?C. W. Jacob's
factory is burned; loss $30,000.
Atciuson, Juno 17.?Vast swarms of
locusts are passing North. Their in?
stinct seems to bo to travel North-west;
but few of tho pests remain in town.
Beports from five-sixths of tho Stata
promise immense crops. It is estimated
that the Arkansas valley will produce
2,000,000 bushels -wheat; North-western
Kansas as much more in rye, barley and
Jerome Park, N. Y., Jnne 17.?The
first race was a. free handicap sweep
stakes of $25 each, with $500 added, 1\
miles, for which eight horses started.
Survivor won the race by a length;
I Willie Burke coming in second and
Carriboo third?time 43^. The second
race was a dash of 1"- miles, for a purse
of $600; only two shirting?Madge and
Viniagrette; Madge led from the start to
finish, winning under a pull?time
Yesterday's Market Reports.
New York?Noon.?Stocks active and
lower. Money 2. Gold 17. Exchange?
long 4.88; short 4.01. State bonds quiet
and steady, except Tenucssecs, which
are lower, and Georgia 6s, which arc bet?
ter. Cotton dull; sales 310?uplands
151; Orleans 15^. Futures opened steady:
July 15 1-16(0,15$; August 15J; Septem?
ber 15 3-32? 15),. Fork heavy?10.50?
19.60. Lard heavy?steam 13 5-1 ??.13*..
7 P. M.?Specie shipments $1,030,000.
Money easy?3. Sterling steady. Gold
17@17i. Governments active and strong
?new 5s 18}. States quiet and steady.
Cotton dull;*sales 424, at 151@15g; con?
solidated net receipts 10,074; exports
Great Britain 14,254; Franco 2,149; con?
tinent 1,130. Flour 5@10e. lower and
loss doing?4.40?8.25. Wheat heavy,
l@2c. lower and very limited demand?
email@example.com. Corn l?2c. lower and very
moderate demand?82*i?85. Bio coffee
quiet and steady?16?18", gold, cargoes;
16J@19*t gold, job lots. Sugar steady
and moderate demand?8$?8*. Mo?
lasses dull and unchanged. Pork lower
?new, job lots, 19.40?19.50. Lard
closed firm?13J prime steam. Whiskey
8teady-*-1.20. Freights firm?cotton, sail,
9-32; steam 11-32. Cotton net receipts
936; gross 936. Futures closed steady;
soles 31,000: June 15 1-32?15 1-16; July
15 1-16@15 3-32; August 15" 3-16? 15 7-32;
September 15 3-32@15J; October 141?
14 25-32; November 14j@14 21-32; De?
cember 145?14 21-32; January 14 25-32
?14 13-16; February 15 1-32; March
15 7-32?,151; April 15 13-32? 15J; May
Baltimore.?Cotton dull and nominal
?middling 15J; gross receipts 52; ex?
ports coastwise 60; sales 195. Flour and
wheat quiet and steady. Corn weak?
83?86. Mess pork nominal?20.60. Ba?
con?shoulders 9J|?9}. Lard dull and
nominal. Whiskey strong?1.20. Sugar
St. Louis.?Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn 679?68. Whiskey
firmer?1.18. Pork firstname.lastname@example.org. Ba?
con dull and only limited jobbing de?
mand. Lard nominal.
Chicago.?Corn advanced and in fair
demand?69} bid. Pork dull and un?
settled? 18.70?18.75. Lard quiet and
weak?13.00. Whiskey 1.15.
Cincinnati.?Flour firmer?family 5.35
?5.45. Corn dull?72?74. Pork nomi?
nal?18.75 bid. Lard dull and declining
?summer 12h. Bacon dull and un?
changed. Whiskey firm?1.15.
Louisville.?Flour unchanged. Corn
slow?73?75. Provisions dull. Pork
19.75?20.0O. Bacon?shoulders 9J?9*,;
clear rib 12J?128; clear 13?13J. Lard
?tierce 14jf?15; keg I5J. Whiskey 1.15.
Bagging good demand and firm?13i?
14, with large sales.
15; net receipts 93; exports coastwise
3-16; sales 100.
111; low middling 1A\; good ordinary
131; net receipts 2:1; sales 787.
Savannah.?Cotton dull?middling 15;
net receipts 158; exports coastwise 79;
Philadelphia. ?Cotton dull -middling
151; low middling 14$; good ordinary
l l]; gross receepts 36.
dling 14J; low middling 13^; good ordi?
nary 13; net receipts 21; exports coast?
Wilminoton.?Cotton dull and nomi?
nal?middling 14J?141; low middling
13jj; good ordinary 12.V, net receipts 115;
exports coastwise 23.
New Orleans.?Cotton quiet?mid?
dling 15; net receipts 597; ctom 177; ex?
ports continent 1,130; coastwise 451;
dling 141; net receipts 6; exports coast?
wise 203; sales 300.
141? 143; net receipts 21; shipments 107;
Norfolk. ?Cot ton quiet?. middling
14J; net receipts 191; exports coastwise
605; sales 200.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton steadier
j ?middling uplands 7A; middling Or?
leans 7 11-16; sales 15,000, including
8,200 American; speculation and export
3,000; basis middling uplands, nothing
below low middling, deliverable June or
July, 7 15-1G; August, 7"; September,
7 7-16; shipments now crop, basis mid?
dling upland, nothing below good ordi?
nary, 7i, notliing below low middling,
5 P. M.?Basis middling uplands, no?
thing below low middling, deliverable
July or August, 7 5-10.
Specie increased 2,000,OOOf.
London.?Street rate 3 3-16?3-16 below
bank. Erie 141.
A special London despatch to tho
Boston Traveller, states that there is no
doubt a revolution is brewing in Madrid,
and capitalists were refusing to advance
any inoro money to Alfonso's Go?
vernment. With a foo implacable and
active in the rear, Cuba in a state of suc?
cessful revolution, and widely discordant
elements at homo, it is indeed but a
Ju est ion of time when tho poor young
upo of crafty counsellors, who sits on
the Spanish throne, will go back to his
mother at Paris. Isabolla herself has no
earthly chanco of power in Spain, and
the next revolution will doubtless toss
the crown into Don Carlos' hands?whe?
ther for better or for worse, time will re?
Number op Milks of Cable in Opera?
tion.?The recent announcement of the
completion of the new Atlantic Cable has
led to the publication of some interest?
ing statistics in regard to the rapid pro?
gress made in the application of the
cable as a means of communication be?
tween commercial countries. By these
statistics it appears that, aside from the
cables between Europe and the United
States, which are now five in number, of
an aggregate length of 9,020 miles, there
have been twenty-nine laid between
other countries since 1807, of a total
length of about 28,001 miles. This gives
a grand total of nearly 38,000 miles.
The lines between Europe and America,
except the one whose completion is now
announced, arc under the management
of the Anglo-American Telegraph Com?
It is astonishing how many people
have been trying to save Beecher.
Moullon tried his best to save him, and
Beecher wouldn't be saved; Carpenter,
tho artist, left his precious pallet and
brushes to save him, and Beecher, in
effect, kicked him down the back stairs;
Bowen tried to save the rash und parox?
ysmal man of "umbrellaed excuses," but
Plymouth Church threw mud over him
for his pains. Barricaded by Plymouth
gold and taking unto himself the attri?
butes of the god Pan, the "great de?
fendant" reclines amid the fragrance of
his pulpit bouquets, and talks frivolous?
ly to his people, or plays the antics of a
buffoon on his platform, his every effort
being to excite laughter while he trifles
with the most sacred subjects.
A Severe Hail Storm.?Messrs. Pel
zer, Bodgers A Co., of this city, received
yesterday, from one of their correspon?
dents at Darlington, a box containing a
half-bushel of hail stones the size of a
pigeon's eggs, and several stalks of corn,
which were cut to pieces by the stones.
The hail storm occurred on Saturday
afternoon last, and was one of the se?
verest ever known in that section. The
corn and cotton plants were cut down,
and in one spot over twenty bushels of
hail stones were gathered. Those hail
stones were so large that thoso which
were gathered on Saturday and expressed
to this city wero as largo as pigeon's eggs
when they reached here yesterday morn?
ing, over three days after theythad fallen.
[Charleston Xeios ana Courier.
Some of our young readers may like to
try the experiment of making a hanging
garden of sponge. It is a pretty novelty.
Take a white sponge of largo size, and
sow it full of rice, hemp, gross and other
seed; then place it in o shallow dish, in
which a little water is constantly kept,
and as the sponge will absorb the moist?
ure, the seeds will begin to sprout before
many days. When this has fairly taken
place, the sponge may be suspended by
means of coids in the window, whore a
little sunshine will enter. It will thus
become a mass of green folisge, and it
should be refreshed with water daily, so
as to be "kept moist.
Mr. Moody doesn't allow any mishap
to interfere with his revival meetings in
London. In the midst of o recent dis?
course, and the height of its interest, two
or threo quickly succeeding shrieks came
from the centre of the audience. Moody
stopped as if it were a signal shot from
Satan's line and said: "We'll stand up
and sing -Bock of Ages, Cleft for Me, '
and the usher will please help that friend
out of the hall. She's hysterical." There
were no more "hysterical" demonstra?
tions during the evening, and the con?
gregation scarcely realized that there
hail been any interruption in the service.
"""At one of Moody's recent revival
meetings in London, he called on all
those who wished to go to heaven to rise.
A jolly .lack Tar present did not respond
to the invitation, but remained in his
seat. Thereupon Moody asked if it
conld be possible he did not wish to go
to heaven also. "Yes, your honor," re?
sponded Jack; "I wish to go to heaven."
"Then why don't you rise with the rest?"
"Because," replied Jack, very slowly,
and surveying tho whole company with
a scrutinizing glance, "because 1 ain't
going to ship with any such a looking
crew as this!"
Jay Cooke is credited with this mode
of fishing at Put-in-Boy, for a. descrip?
tion of which all lazy fishermen will be
thankful: "He had a large glass jar,
filled with minnows, in the place which
he frequented. Tlio big fish would
swarm around the jar, seeing their covet?
ed prey, and hungry for tho expected
feast lie would drop his hook among
them, and haul out tho victims of his
novel delusion with the utmost ease and
readiness, until tired of the unsporstman
"No, I don't want none of your light?
ning-rods," snid a Kentucky farmer, last
week, to a man who had stopped at his
house to put up patent lightning con?
ductors. "I ain t afraid of lightning, it's
the thunder I believe's going to knock
us all endwise, some day." "You don't
seem to comprehend," said the peddler;
"these ere silver-tipped rods are light?
ning-rods, and the gold-tipped ones are
thunder-rods?just what you want," and
ho persuaded the old man in ordering
up the gold-tipped rods.
A remarkable instance is quoted by the
Calcutta Indian statesman, illustrative of
the early marriages among the Hindoos.
In a case of theft tried by the magistrate
of Hooghly, tho witnesses examined were
the great-grand-niothor of tho child, the
grand-mother and mother, and their re?
spective ages wero taken down, as is
usual in Mofnssil courts, as follows: The
great-grand-mothor 10 years, the grand?
mother 28, and tho mother only 10.
BfA New Mexico editor, in a forgetful
moment, the other day, was so impru?
dent as to venture into his sanctum with?
out having a revolver v lth him. The
coroner's jury returned a verdict o
"A magnificent array of bridal pre?
sents on the occasion of a brilliant wed?
ding," says a New York letter writer, "is
indeed a very pleasant sight to behold."
Yes, but the pleasnro of looking at such
an array of costly gew-gaws hardly com?
pensates one for the sadness he experi?
ences on seeing them sent back to the
parties they have been hired from.
Woman suffrage is looking up. After
an excited debute the Missouri Constitu?
tional Convention has passed an ordi?
nance submitting to a vote of the people
the question whether or not the women
of that State shall be entrusted with the
ballot. Verily, agitation is a great thing, j
and the hens may yet crow lustily in
The least attempt to hurt the feelings
editorial is in this current story: "Arc
you connected with a paper here?" asked
a countryman of an inmate of the In?
diana Insane Asylum. "O! no," was the
reply; "I have been to the insane asylum
and been cured; a man never runs a
newspaper after he is cured."
A secret enemy of the late Horace
Groeley has written to the Inler-Oceetn,
to say that the I.-O. is the only paper
that takes the place of the old Tribune.
When a journalistic man is in his grave,
he should be prottwted front stich cow?
ardly stubs, even if his paper was a little
violent at times.
A Friohtfux Example.?First de?
gree ?Lemonade with a stick in it.
Second degree?Brandy smash and port
wine. Third degree?Bourbon whiskey,
old ale and gin. Fourth degree?Bour?
bon, brandy, old ale, gin, rum and apple
juck. Fifth degree?All kinds every
time; never say no.
The editor of a Wisconsin paper has
tried grass-hopper soup and pronounces
it first rate. S\ e've no doubt that it is
good?that it is perfectly splendid, in
fact; but somehow or other, when they
bring in any of those out-of-the-way
soups, we generally don't feel hungry
Two Illinois men who are no kin to
each other look so much alike as to
create confusion whenever they appear
in the same town. "A comely catfish
expression about their mouths" is what
misleads the public more than anything
The Alabama papers announce that an
investigation by a board of commission?
ers appointed to adjust the State debt re?
veals that it amounts to nearly $32,000,
000, chiefly incurred by endorsement of
railway bonds. There are said to be
strong hinjs of repudiation.
?"?A Boston paper says: "No human
being was ever burned in New England
for witchcraft or sorcery." Then we
say: "No human being was ever lynched
West of the Mississippi for horse steal?
Blackville has celebrated its recent
victory in the Court House war by estab?
lishing a newspaper. Th# Blackville
Sun is a neat, newsy and interesting
paper and will prove of great benefit to
The case of Tilton vs. Bencher is near?
ly at an end. It bus paid the Western
Union Telegraph Company $750,000 in
additional newspaper toils. It has con?
sumed more space in the public prints
than an entire Presidential campaign.
GniEviNo.?That young man Caldwell,
city editor of the Charlotte Observer, is
in trouble. He remembers now, that in
1775, he could buy a quart of whiskey
for twenty-five cents, and now it is fif?
teen cents a drink.
The Governor has appointed N. R.
Scovill, Census-taker of Beaufort: Carter
Boss, Commissioner of Election for
Chester, rice Yocom, resigned: D. H.
Gilmore, Commissioner of Election for
Chester, vice J. Lilly, removed.
As a substitute for the guillotine, an
American inventor has laid before the
French Government a self-acting ma?
chine which takes the condemned out of
this world in a twinkling, and the new
apparatus only costs $2,000.
j The murderer of Mrs. Keech, on Ma
tun/a inlet, near St. Augustine, Flu., was
captured in Volusia County, while mak?
ing his way up the St. John's. He gives
his name as Newton, and says he is from
The steamer Wisconsin, for New York,
took out 100 Mormons, the last shipment
of the season. Half of them were Ger?
mans and the remainder natives of
Wednesday was the 200th anniversary
of the revelation made to the Blessed
Margaret Mary Alacoque, of the Sacred
Heart of Jesus. The day was oelcbrated
in all Catholic churches.
Tho compositor who substituted an
"in" for a "w," in speaking of a lady
troubled with "swelling of the feet," ac?
complished the worst typographical feat
A Massachusetts reporter, in an ac?
count of a fire, incidentally speaks of
the time "when Messrs. Shadrach,
Mosbach & Co. got the laugh on Nebu?
Advices from Santander represent that
the political situation at Madrid causes
increasing uneasiness. There is a rumor,
which is not confirraod, that tho Carlists
are about to bombard Bilboa.
A Nowark girl hastened tho departure
of a lingering gentleman caller, tho other
evening, by remarking, aB she looked
out of the window: "1 think we shall
have a beautiful sunrise."
The Lowell, Mass., savings banks have
over $11,000,000 on deposit. A strong
evidence of tho thrift of tho factory
Tho machinery of the Atlanta water
works is on the way to that city. The
bonds have all been sold, and everybody
A Baltimore man and his wife went
mad together over their pecuutary em
The Augusta people had a ocaro, on
Wednesday?a Htorra of huge propor?
tions. Easley Station, in this State,
caught it heavily on the same day.
The dwellings of Mrs. Knee and Mr.
Keels Maxwell, of Walhalla, were de?
stroyed by tire last week.
Mr. Hardy daddy, ono of the oldest
and most respected citizens of Marion,
died on the 8th inst.
Pendle ton Manufacturing Co. Stock.
ON WEDNESDAY, 23d instant, at 10
o'clock A. M., at our office, 127
Richardson street, we will sell, to the
highest bidder, for cask, on ncco\int of
whom it may concern, SEVENTEEN
AND-A-HALF SHAKES OF THE PEN
DLETON MANUFACTURING COM?
PANY'S STOCK. Par value of each
share $100. SEIDELS A EZELL,
June 8 Auctioneers.
Wanted at Once,
A SMALL COTTAGE, centrally
JttS.!o?'utod. .Address P. ?. Box 16.
June 18 f3
Will he paid for the return
}to the Advertiser of a Young
SETTER BITCH?white with yellow
spots; answers to the name of "Sue,"
which strayed on the evening of the 14th
inst. Apply at this office. June 17
*7AH BIIHHELS select SEED PEAS.
I \J\J for sale by
June 1_J.Jl. HENDRIX A BRO.
FROM 7 till 0 o'clock, Sunday morn?
ing, the store will be open.
June G JOHN C. SEEGEBS.
For 25 Cents,
PERRY' & SLAWSON'8
ffMiRASHERS. HORSE POWERS, EN
X GINES, FAN MILLS, GRALN
CRADLES, REAPERS, Ac, Ac, at ma?
nufacturers' price. Send for catalogue
to L?RICK A LOWRANCE,
_April 22_Columbia S. C.
P?f\ BARRELS pure white standard
OU KEROSENE, just received and
for sale at 10c. per gallon by the barrel,
and 20c. per gallon at retail. Kerosene
delivered, free of dray age, in any pnri of
the city by JOHN AGNEW i SON. '
Ham and Eggs for Breakfast.
JUST received, ten tierces Davis' Dia?
mond HAMS and ten barrels fresh
EGGS and twenty tubs new gross BUT
TEB. All for sale cheaper than any
other house in town, at
June 3_HARDY SO^OJtfON'S^
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
euro Rheumatism and Gouty Affections;
it will remove all manner of Sores; it
will improve the Complexion; it will re?
move all Pimples and Boils; it will cure
all Constitutional Disorders; it will etire
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 for
Heinith'u Queen's Delight. June 4t
Prepare Your Own
BY I SIXO THE
Granular Effervescent Salts.
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM, VICHY, CRAB
ORCHAD, KISSINGEN, FRIED?
RICHSHALL. The Salts represent in a
condensed and agreeable form the me?
dicinal constituents of these various
Mineral Waters, and from their conve?
nience and comparative cheapness, are
coming rapidly into use.
One or two large tea-spoon-fuls added
to a small tumbler of water, instantly
reproduces a draught of the natural
Water, accompanied by a sparkling
effervescence. For sale at
L. T. S1LLIMAN A CO.'S
April (5 Drug Store.
IWAHN ALL MEN to keep off the
Race Track, adjoining Fair Grounds,
except those who have paid.
GEO. W. BEARDEN.
Columbia, May 27, 1873. May 28 lmot
NOTICE is horeby given, that W. H.
WIGG, administrator of the estate
of F. Reeves, deceased, has applied to
me for a final discharge as such adminis?
trator. It is ordered, that the 5TH DAY
OF JULY, A. D. 1S75, be fixed for hear?
ing of petition, and a final settlement of
said estate. B. I. BOONE,
Judge of Probate, Bichland County.
South Carolina, Eichland County.
IX TILE r 110BATE COURT.
In re Estate of 4Ieinreich F. Franck.
NOTICE is hereby given that JOHN
C. SEEGEBS, guardian of the estate
of Heinreich P. Frank, has applied to
me for a final discharge as such guardian.
It is ordered that the twenty-first day of
June, A. D. 1875, bo fixed for hearing
the petition and a final settlement of said
estate. B. I. BOONE,
j May :i f 12 Judge of Probate B. C.