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[Special Despatch to Hie Phoenix.]
Trio Firemen'* Parauc.
CS^LESTC::, Apri' 27 -Tho fire
mot's parado was a magnificent af?
fair. Tho Vigilant, hand eugine,
and Palmetto, steamer, are so far
ahead. For want of water, o
Young America, steamer, has not
LONDON, April 27.-Napier defeat?
ed Theodoru8 on Good Friday, and
on Monday stormed Magdala. Na?
pier's immediato return to the coast
Later Abyssinian despatches Btato
that Thcodorus and his sons arc pri?
soners. A great quantity of valu?
ables was captured in tho fortress of
Magdala. The English captives are
cn route for homo.
HAVANA, April 20.-Lato Mexican
advices state that many foreigners
woro arrested during tho past mouth,
but only five have been expelled.
Negrote, with 500 men, is openly in
arms against tho Government. Tho
war in Sinaloa is progressing; tho
revolutionists havo 3,000 and the
Government 5,000 men. Commerce
at Vera Cruz, and othor towns is
paralyzed. Tho worms have destroy?
ed tko cotton crop. Ortega's party
aro making strong exertions/ allied
with Negrete and other chiefs. Tho
stages leaving tho capital are regu?
larly robbed. The war of races in
AUGUSTA, April 27.-^Tho Confede?
rate memorial celebration took place
this afternoon. The cemetory was
thronged with citizens, and business
Election returns still unsatisfacto?
ry, so that no definite conclusion can
bo arrived at.
NEW ORLEANS, April 27.-The Tri?
bune, said to bo tho only daily paper
in the United States owned and
edited by negroes, and the only ono
thus conducted in the South, has
suspended, for want of support.
Tho Picayune pays a high compli?
ment to tho ability, skill and integri?
ty of its management.
WASHTNQTON, April 27.-The im?
peachment element appears less con?
fident to-day than during tho past
week. In the court, after several
propositions affecting tho final argu?
ment by Senators had been rejected
by votes which indicate that the
majority desire to push the trial to a
speedy conclusion, the wholo subject
was postponed until tho arguments
wore concluded. Stevens proceeded
with bis speech.
Tho impeachment court continued.
Stevens read for twenty minutes,
when he broke down, and Butler
road tho balance. Tho speech is
vindictive, and narrated the position
of tho Senators on tho tenure of
offico bill at leugth. Senators could
not excuso its violation. Tho speech
is exceedingly Ingoted and quito
strong. Manager Williams succeed?
ed, and will occupy a part of to?
morrow. After the court, the Senate
received several executive messages
In the House, a bill waa introduced
to admit tho State of Arkansas;
which was referred to the Recon?
struction Committee. Adjourned.
Tho bank statomout shows a de?
crease in loans of $1,005,000; in
specie 81,812,000. Deposits 31,525,
000. Tho increase in circulation is
-,$9-15,000, and in legal tenders $3,033,
Gen. Canby telegraphs to Grant,
that in North Carolina, so far as
heard from, 7,310 majority for tbe
The Choyenne Cavalry stables
burned, with sixty-five horses.
Tho Ladies' Library Club held
thoir first meeting at Dolmouico's in
Now York, on Monday. About
thirty ladies were present. Tho first
thing in order was. the discussion of
"lunch," occupying two hours; after
which "Tho Woman'.t League" was
selected r.r: tho nnrr?*? <~>f tho club.
A NNUAL MEETING OF THE
OL GREENVILLE AND COLUM
BIA RAILROAD COMPANY will
bo bold in the Hall of Nickerson's
Hotol, on THURSDAY, April 30th,
STOCKHOLDERS and thoir FA?
MILIES will be entertained at HALF
PRICE, at tho HOTEL, during their
stay on tho above occasion.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
Superintendent of Hotel.
April 28 3
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL..
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 27.-Sales
of cotton to-day 30 bales-middling
" NEW YOKE, April 27-Noon.
Stocks active and strong. Afnnov a
@7. Exchange 10. Gold 39. Wheat
quiet and firm. Corn dull and V.i@
lc. lower. Pork dull, at 29. Lard
quiet, at 18@18%. Cotton steady,
at 33@33?.i. Freights dull. '
7 P. M.-Cotton 33 to 83 Hi-most?
ly at 83, at which figure the" market
closes. Flour dull. Corn dull aud 1
@2c. lower. Mess pork 28%. Lard
1??1S?.^ Freights dull-sail 3-1G;
BALTIMORE, April 27.-Cotton firm,
at 32}.<. Flour firm, activo and
prices unchanged. Corn dull-white
1.10; yellow 1.20. Oats dull, at 83.
Rye firm and active, at email@example.com.
CINCINNATI, April 27.-Flour firm
and unchanged. Corn-light supply,
at 940j;95. Provisions generally
AUGUSTA, April 27.-Very little
doing in cotton ; market firm-mid?
MOWLE, April 27.-Demand for
cotton limited; holders firm; sales
.100 bales-middling 33; receipts
since Saturday 038. Tho cotton
coming to this market is drawn al?
most exclusively from Montgomery
and Selma; little or nothing from the
plantations on way landings.
NEW ORLEANS; April 27.-Flour
quiet-super nominally 9'.l'; treble
extra 12&. Corn steady and firm,
at 1.05. Pork held at 29.50. Bacon
shoulders 13j3!?; rib 17*^; clear 1S}?.
Cotton-middling 32'.;(i?33; sales
2,100 bales; receipts 1,496. Gold
LONDON, April 27-3 P. M.-Con?
sols active and higher-91'?. Bonds
quiet, at 10}:i@,70?$. Weather de?
lightful-fnvoring crops. Abyssinian
nows improves finances.
LIVERPOOL, April 27-'; P. M.
Cotton buoyant and hi? i .*.; Ameri?
can descriptions .'?(?^? higher; np
lands on spot 13; to arrive 131?@
13%; Orleans 13.^.
LIVERPOOL, April 27-Evening.
Cotton not quito so firm-uplands
12J?@,13; to arrive 18??; Orleans
THE UNDERSIGNED having re?
turned from Africa, is pleased to
inform ber old patrons that she is
now prepared to attend to DRESS?
MAKING. She also bas on hand tho
LATEST STYLES OF PATTERNS,
and will bo glad to receive the pa?
tronage of the ladies as heretofore.
Residence on Lumber street, three
doors West of Main street.
April 28 2 MARY ROSE.
HAVING just received, t*
ZLSL^an nddition to my former\??
E*^Tstock of tho above, IT*
offer, at low prices, a variety of
BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, SIDE?
BOARDS, CHAIRS, TABLES, PA?
TENT IRON BEDSTEADS, PA?
TENT COTS. PATENT SPRING
BEDS, SAFES, and other articles
too numerous to mention. FURNI?
TURE and MATTRESSES MADE
TO ORDER. Particular attention
given to REPAIRING, PACKING
Opposite Masonic Hall.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GEN'L SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
April 27, 18G8.
ON and after THIS INSTANT, the
FREIGHT TARIFF on CORN
to COLUMBIA from NASHVILLE
will bo 36c. per bushel. From
CHATTANOOGA 27c. lier bushel.
H. T. PEAKE,
A Real Article for Reconstruction,
WARRANTED to mend and unite
all o.o fragronnta of FURNI?
TURE. WOO?5-WORK, BOOK
COVERS, PAPERS, PICTURE
FRAMES, FANCY AP.TICLES,
everything c\eopt tho broken frag?
ments of the Constitution.
Tho FAMILY GLUE POT, an
invention of practical value to every
housewife aud everybody else. A
neat, compact GLUE POT, with
BRUSH, ready for usoinono minute;
will savo fifty times ita cost. Only
FIFTY CENTS. Call and get a
I GLUE POT, at
FISHER & HEINITSH,
I April 28 Druggists.
THE NEW BEDEIAIOS.-The clap?
trap cry of the radicals in stigmatiz?
ing all who do not agree with thom
in politics as "rebels," is nearly nsed
up. They themselves have lately
been guilty of so many acts savoring
of rebellion, tint it is qnitc losing its
force and beginning to have a dis?
tasteful, homely significance. Tho
epithet has, however, been so service?
able, and is altogether so handy, thoy
cannot quito afford to part with it,
and have consequently invented "a
new rebellion," which, according to
their loading journals, is now in
active preparation throughout the
land. Tho formation of tho Ku
Klux Klau; the refusal of the South
to swallow willingly tho reconstruc?
tion measures; the attempt of Presi?
dent Johnson to appoint his own
Cabinet, oil aro pointed at iu a know?
ing mysterious manner as evidences
of tho conspiracy. It is not the first
time tho robber has concealed his
own crimo by crying "stop thief."
The rebellion only visiblo to thoir
prophetic eyes in the dim future, is
in active operation now. When a
foresworn Senate deposes, on tho
most trivial charges, tho head of a
nation, to set up ono of its own num?
ber in his stead, it does no more
than the English Parliament did
when it tried Charles I, or the French
Assembly whou it decapitated Louis
XVI. Both of these bodies were
clearly guilty of rebellion, and though
the offenco in either case has by
somo historians been palliated, by
none has tho crime ever been denied.
"Au open renunciation of tho au?
thority of tho Government" consti?
tutes rebellion, according to lexico?
graphers. The permanent authority
of our Government is conceded to
rost in tho Constitution. This the
radicals aro endeavoring to set aside,
and according to tho simplest modo
of reasoning they aro "rebels," and
their cause is "rebellion."
[2feio Orleans Times.
CONGRESS SOWING THE WIND TO
BEAP THE WHIRLWIND.-Mr. Bout
well, in his flimsy dribble on the
impeachment case, by courtesy called
an argument, gives us his view of the
character of tho Government of tho
United States. As this view is sub?
stantially the same as that put forth
in tho House, some time since, by
Mr. Bingham and other of the ma?
nagers, we must suppose it to be tho
view of the Government that is to bo
held by the new party that will rulo
iu the land when impeachment has
been safely carried through. Ac?
cording to this viow, Congress is tho
Government-Congress is tho begin?
ning, the middlo and the end, and
there is nothing else but Congress.
As for the President, he is a political
dummy, aud the Supremo Court is
ouly a name. If this is the view
that ?3 to bo takeu in the future, let
it bo definitely understood on all
hands. We are going into an elec?
tion that may put power into new
hands, and tho men who rulo in Con?
gress must be content to accept the
consequences of principles they set
in motion. If thorois not a Govern?
ment of law-if there is no power
above tho breath of tho mass as
expressed from time to time in a
popular assembly-they who have
cast dowu and destroyod the protect?
ive power of tho law must not com?
plain if the consequences of that
course fall heavily on themselves.
\Nexo York Herald.
A PARALLEL CASE* TO In TKOVATORE. |
A uJost curious occurrence happened I
in the Prussian Providence of Posen. |
Somo days ago, a poor woman foll
sick, and as she felt sho was near her
end, sho sent for tho priest. Sho
subsequently confessed to him that
she, about thirty years ago, having
been delivered of a boy, she substi?
tuted her own child for the child of a
Countess, in whoso employ sho was.
Neither tho nurse nor the Countess
bocamo aware of the exchange, and
thus it remained until to-day. Her ?
own boy was educated as a Count,
and has married tho daughter of a
very proud nobleman, while tho r$al
Count, having grown up in poverty,
went out to service, married, and is J
now living not lar from his princely i
estato of Komornik, with his own
children. Tho woman said she could
not die without confessing this sin. '
Tho priest applied at once to tho an- '
thorities, and an investigation has
A steamer which arrived in New
York reports mooting tho steamers
City of Paris and Cuba, and also tho
St. Laurent, of tho Frenoh line,
whioh last steamer had tho lead,
although thoro was not twenty mi?
nutes difference between the three.
A FLOATING CEMETERV.-A ghastly
spectacle was presented in the river
below St. Louis, on Saturday, 18th
inst. During thc cholera Inst sum?
mer, a largo number of the bodies of
the victims of the opidemio were
buried by fch6 ?itv on Arsenal Island,
a short distance below the city. The
river has been for some time gradual?
ly wearing the island away, and
Friday tho water reached tho trench?
es in which the bodies were buried,
and washed somo fifty or moro coffins
down the stream. Twenty-four
corpses wero recovered, aud mea?
sures taken to secnro tho remainder.
Those still on tho island will also be
protected or moved to a place of safe
ty- <it _
Despatches from tho Plains teem
with accounts of bold Indian out?
rages. A party of braves fearlessly
eutered a military post on the rail?
road, and drovo off tho cattle. Two
travelers at Antelope station and four
men cutting wood near Fort Mc?
Pherson, wero killed.
To MAKE A CANDLE BERN ALL
NIGHT.-It is said that when, as in
cases of sickness, a dull light is
wished, or when matches aro mislaid,
put finely powdered salt on thc cau?
dle till it reaches tho black part of
tho wick. In this wnj', a mild and
a steady light may be kept through
thc night, by a small piece of caudle.
THE FRUIT CROP.-Tho fruit crop
at tho West, so far, is said to be sub?
stantially safo. Tho late flurry of
snow and frost was supposed to have
destroyed tho germs, but as a geucral
thing they escaped, because not far
enough advanced to be nipped iu tho
During an examination of au an?
cient town in Scotland, belonging to
the Bronze Age, a body wa3 found
with the soft parts converted into
adipoccre, and well preserved. The
burial clothes still enveloped it, and
by its side were various bronze arti?
cles belonging to the period. s
At a recent railroad fete, tho follow?
ing rather old-fashioned sentiment
was given: "Our mothers-tho only
faithful tenders who never misplaced a
The liver of tho hare is found to
make as good pates des foie gras as
that of the goose. Gourmands and
geese alike will rejoice at tho disco?
A student has been expelled from
thc Oberliu (Ohio) University, for
kissing his sweetheart, as ho was about
taking a week's vacation.
Owing to tho riceut freshets iu
Middlo Georgia, nearly all of tho
crops will have to bo re-planted.
Court plaster patches ou the face
are becoming fashionable.
IHAVE just received my supply of fine
SERING GOODS, consisting of Cloths,
Cassimcrca, Ac, which will bo made up in
the latest stvles, at short notice.
J. P. EISENMANN,
March 25 lino _ Morchant Tailor.
ICE CREAM GARDEN.
THE undersigned has opened an ICE
CREAM GARDEN on Assembly street,
next to Jannoy's Hall, where he will sup
plv his old customers with thc best of ICE
CREAM, CAKE, LEMONADE, otc.
March 2G Imo CHARLES MINORT.
PLANTERS and GARDNERS will find
ELLERBEKS PLANT TRANS-PLANT?
ER, (Patented 16th of October, 18G6.) at
JOHN C. DIAL'S; by which surplus plants
of corn, cotton, or of any plant, may bo
trans-planted in tho samo timo that tho
soil can bo replanted, without disturbing
the fibrous roots. J. C. DIAL,
Jan li) tilmo General Agent.
PLANTSI FOR S?ALE.
I am propared to furnish tho
JU lovers of PLANTS, such aa
? Geraniums, Heliotropes, Fuch?
sias, and many other beautiful
plants, cheaper than sold in any
J. A. CRAWFORD,
Corner of Blauding and Bull sis.,
April lt* Columbia. 8. C.
FOR SALE OR RENT,
Min tho town ot Greenville, S. C.,
possession on or bofore 15th May,
18G3, a HOUSE, with a largo garden,
pleasantly situated on Buncombe street,
six gooda rooms, a lot of about ono aero,
with fine shado and fruit trees-pears,
Apples and noaches -and well of best
water. Terms easv. Apply to
JDLIUS C. SMITH, Auctioneer.
Greer- lie. S. C. April 21 4
THE STORE, on Main street, formerly
occupied bv T. W. Radcliffe. Apply
to R. C. ANDERSON,
Livery and Sale Stables,
J*-- Charleston, S. C. WM. cJPHJP
IPVIA. BAKER, Proprietor. j??=3lfi?.
" BSOarrhMte?. Photons, Buggies and
Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours. Mules
and Horses for sale. Fob 27
Sale to Foreclose Mortgage.
D. C. PEIXOTTO & BON. AUCTION EEBSI.
BY virtuo of a niortgago from Henry M.
Gibson to me, and nndor the power of
attorney thorcin contained, and the agree?
ment or H. M. Gibson in that behalf. I will
Soceed to eeii, on the i'IRST MONDAY lu
ay next, beforo thc Court House in Co?
lumbia, at ll o'clock, tho following valu?
able real catato in Columbia, embraced ic
the said mortgage, to wit:
All that lot of LAND situate at tho cor?
ner of Bull and Laurel streets, bounded
North by Laurel street, EaHt by Bull street,
South by land of T. B. Clarkson, West by
a lot now, or formerly, Ur. Thornwell's.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
April lt) MARTHA B. BRONSON.
Book, Job and Newspaper
Main Street, above Taylor.
HAYE your PRINTING
done ai thia Oihce, for Ibo
following GOOD REASON
Tho proprietor is a Practical Printer.
And attends closely to his Busino
Thc Ofrico is supplied with Everything
Necessary to turn out Good Work.
Prices Lower than any other establishment
lu this State, or even New York.
Pamphlets, Circulars, Bill Heads,
Letter Hoads, Posters, Hand-bills,
Receipts, Rall Tickets. Invitations,
Dray Tickets, Checks, Briefs,
Programmes, Dralls, Bianka,
Wedding, Visiting and Business Cards, 4c,
Of all styles and sixes; in fact,
Every Description of Printing!
In one, two and three colors and in bronze,
promptly attended to.
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Bfcon, Hains, Lard, Oom.
25.000 1,500 lbs. HAMS,
1,000 lbs. LARU,
1,000 bushels CORN.
April 18_R. O'NEALE & SON.
Cleaveland Mineral Springs,
SITUATED in Cleaveland County, N.
C., on thc lino of the Wilmington.
Charlotte and Rutherford Railroad, will
bo open for visitors on tho 1st of June.
WATEns-Chalybeate, Red and White
Charges per day.$3 00
" " weok.18 00
" " month.60 00
Children under seven years and ser?
vants, half rates.
For further particulars, address the
Proprietors, Shelby, N. C.
EDWIN J SCOTT,
BANKER AND BROKER,
DEALS IN GOLD fand SILVER COIN,
Exchange, Rank Bills, Stocks, Bonds,
dui]iuns, Ac: advances on shipments ol
cotton aud other produce; and having thc
URO of a SECURE VAULT, ho solicita DE?
POSITS from merchants and others, gua?
ranteeing their return and insuring against
loss._ April 7 tul
COPELAND & BEARDEN.
10,000 lbs. Bacon SIDES
.20 bags Rio Coffee,
5,000 buahels CORN.
5 hhds. Molasses,
10 hhds. Coffee Sugar,
50 sacks Liverpool Salt,
10 bbls. New Orleans Molasses.
Bagging and Balo Rope. Feb 23
^ALE! ?LE?! ALE! ! !
TENNANT'S SCOTCH ALE,
Aitken's Aloa Ale,
JcDroy's Sparkling Edinburg Ale,
English Porter, Ac. Por salo by
April 14_ GEO. SYMME?S.
JUST received, a completo assortment
of CHOICE CIGARS. For sale low,
by tho box and retail, by
April 18 J. A T. R. AON KW.
RAC ON MOLASSES, &c.
d~\i^\f \ LBS. Choice BACON,
JU.UUU dry salted,
5 hhds. Primo Bacon Shoulders,
G caeks First Quality lOrange llama,
150 aacks Country Flour,
15 hhds. Cuba and Muscovado Molasses.
For salo low for cash only hy
April 10_E. St G. D. HOPE.
AT TWENTY CENTS, at
FISHER &. LOWRANCE'S.
To Builders, Contractors and Pro?
HAVING located conveniently near tho
principal manufactories of New York,
and vicinity, the aubacribor will give
prompt personal attention to procuring
for ordors all kindB of WOOD, IRON and
MARBLE WORK, for buildinga and ma?
chinery. Saab, Blinds, Doors, Carvings of
every kind and material. From twelve
years professional experience in South
"Carolina, tho subscriber will guarantee to
snit tho wi sh cn of thoso building.
THOS. C. VEAL, Architect,
Tonafly, New Jersey,
March 26 3mo Late of Columbia, 8. C.