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MADRID, Muroh 20. - Espartero will
probably bo > ob osen Preaidout of the
Spanish Senate, and Don Oloz-jgo Presi?
dent of,tba Chamber of Deputies. A
Republican bund made ita appearance in
the province of Lerida.
VERSAILLES, Marah 27.-The Minister
of War has notified the Prefect to raise
a battalion of mobilized volunteers in
each of tbo departments, in pursuance
of the law just passed by tho National
Assembly. These will be forwarded to
Versatiles immediately, und will receive
daily !)?(. francs. Their officers will be
appointed by the Minister of War.
Tho Deb?is says Geo. Lullier is insane
and cared for by his colleagues uf the
Oentral Bepnblicen Committee.
The insurgents have seized a gnn-boat
iu tho Steine,'capturing the crow and
Tho official journal of the committee
announces eighteen battalions of tho
National Guard, out of twenty-four, or?
ganized in Lyons, in support of the
commune. Tue new government bus
been proclaimed there without blood?
BRUSSELS,, March 27.-Negotiations
for the tiual trinity of penco betweou
France aud Germany will soou com?
mence.. De Clercq and Goulard, pleui
pot ntiWriea of Franco, arrived to day.
It ia expected that the first sitting of the
representatives of both governments will
be held this week. The French Embas?
sy is the place agreed upon for the meet?
LONDON, March 27.-The Daily News'
special from Brussels says Bazaine is
about .to leave for Franco, and Lebouef
will, go to tbo Hague.
The Telegraph's special correspondent
at "Versailles reports that the Govern
mout has ordered the prompt arrest of
Gen. Garibaldi upon his appearance on
BERLIN, March 27.-The Prussian
Gross Gazelle says Gerolt in recalled from
Washington at his own request.
Gen. Voight Bhelz commands the
German army of occupation in Frauen
in the absence of Frederick Charles.
A bill will be introduced io the Fede?
ral Parlie meut for the incorporation of
Alsace und Lorraiuo under the govern?
ment of the Emperor. It provides that
the German oonstitotion will be en?
forced as tho law of the laud from tho
lit of January. No mention is mado of '
the ceding a portion of the acquired ter?
ritory to Bavaria.
The Kiug of Sweden is suffering a re?
lapse of his recent sickness. The Crown
Prince and the Princess of Duumurk
have gone to visit him.
Gen. Fuidheibe has been summoned
PARIS, March 27.-The official journal
of the Central Committee says, editori?
ally, that the first task of tho uewly
elected municipality will bethe compila?
tion of a charier that will secure the
rights of tho people and prevent the
representation of the large tuwus being
swamped by tho country. An urticle tu
the same paper demands that all matters
essentially Parisian must be withiu the
domain of the commune.
La Aforri?e (Republican) advises thc
commune to dissolve tho rotten Assem?
bly and impeach the members. La
Verile says the Paris Deputies to the |
Assembly are determined to resign.
PARIS, March 27.-La Verile says a
new ministry will soon be formed, which
will include Broglie ns Minister of Fd- I
reign Affairs, and McMahon as Minister j
of War. Tho rich generally abstained
from visiting the polls, and tho mer?
chants voted tho conservative ticket.
The individuals elected are obscure,
with theexceptionofFloureus, Blaguine,
Pjgatt and Gambon. Barricading con?
tinues, and the utmost vigilance is man?
ifested by the insurgent Nationals. The
Place Vendome has the aspect of a camp.
It is said the Versailles Government is |
negotiating with the Prussians to allow
au inoreuso in the number of French
troops on the side of the Loire. Rumor I
Bays General Cromer is suspected by tho
committee, aud is gone to Versailles.
LONDON, March 28 -Tho candidate of
the Central Republican Committee
carried all but tho first. Record and
seventh. Tho Journal de Paris estimates |
that 250,000 voters ubstuiucd from the
Tho spread of tho Algerian insurrec?
tion is confirmed.
In a recent Cuban battle, tho Spaniards
lost 100 in killed alone. The insurgent
General Acosta was killed near Bajutno.
VERSAILLES, Murch 28.-Theirs made
a brief address in thu National Assem?
bly. He defended the wisdom of his
policy, and took a solemn oath that be
wo dd not belio the Republic.
LONDON, March 28.-A 7?/??es speciul
pays Paris has nearly resumed her usual
appearance. Of ?00,000 electors in
Paris, only 20,000 voted at tho elootio-u
on Sunduy. Twenty of the members of
the com in i (tee were elected. It is ex?
pected Blagniue wiii bo President of the
new government, and its power centre in
Flourens, Pigatt, DeLesehusee, LeFrnuc
anti Vermorel. Four generuls aro occu?
pied at Versailles with the question of
the military re-organization of thu couu
A Times special also slates that the
Prussians d lily ask tho Versailles Go?
vernment to agreo to tho Gorman occu?
pation of Paris, aud areas frequently re?
WASHINGTON, March 28 -lu the
House, tho special committee reported
a bill. It defines Ibo now clues oi crime
known as ''Ka Klux," winch shall lu
Lnmouuhlo to the Federal Courts; the
rjurors to take tho iron-clad oath in Sttitcs
where insurrection, iu the judgment of
tho President, exists; and where the Go?
vernor or Legislature declino to apply
for Federal aid, tho President may in?
tervene under plea of enforcing the
fourteen I li amendment.
Thc Senate is discussing the order of
?- . j jj - ~i f M-ITV
business. Tito Do m tu ?can report wu s
not made,, os o difference of opinion ex?
iste. Tho majority of the commission
favor replying categorically and answer?
ing questions without any recommenda?
tion lor or against annexation.
No Cabinet meeting to-day. The
members ure visiting Mount Yernon
witb tho High Commission.
In tho Senate, Sumner's resolutions
were discussed to adjournment.
lu tue House, A. T. Smith presented
a memorial claiming a seat from tho
Fourth Mississippi District, and protest?
ing against, tiio on tiro Mississippi delega?
tion. Referred to the Committee on
Elections. Sbellubarger, from the spe?
cial committee on tbo President's mes?
sage, reported a bill for the enforcement
of tbo fourteenth nmeudmeut. The
argument continues until Monday. It
provides Unit any person who, lintier
color of tho law, statute, ordinance,
regulation, custom or osage, of any
Stute, shull subject, or ounse to be sub?
jected, tiny person, within tho jurisdic?
tion of thc United States, to tho depri?
vation of any rights, privileges or immu?
nities secured by the first section of tho
fourteenth article of thc amendments to
the Cons.itutiou of the United States,
shall, any such law, statute, ordinance,
regulation) custom or usage o? the Stute
to the contrary notwithstanding, bo
liable to tho party injured in an action at
law, snit tu equity, or other proceedings,
for redress; such proceeding to be prose?
cuted iu the several District or Circuit
Courts of the United States, with and
sn -jeet to tho sume rights of appeal or
review upon error, t^ud other remedies
provided in like cases in such courts,
under tho provisions of the Act of
April 9, 18G3, and other remedial laws ol
the Uuited States which ure, in theit
nature, applicable in such cases.
The second section provides that if twe
or more persons shall band, conspire ot
combine together to do any act iu viola
tion of the rights, privileges und i maur
nities of any person, to which ho ii
entitled under the Constitution nuti
laws of the Uuited States, which, if com
mitted within a piuco under the solo nnc
exclusive jurisdiction of the Unitec
States, would, nuder any law of th?
Uuited States there iu force, constitutt
tho crime of either murder, mnuslungb
ter, mayhem, robbery, assault and bat
tory, perjury, subornation of perjury
criminal obstruction of legal process, 01
resistance of officers in tho discharge o
official duty, arsou or 1 ireeny ; and if om
or more of the putties to the said cou
spirucy or combination shall do any ac
to effect the object thereof, all the par
ties engaged in said conspiracy or com
lunation, whether principals or pecesso
rios, shall bo deemed guilty of a felony
and, npon conviction thereof, shall bi
liable to a penalty of not exceedini
$10,000, or to imprisonment not exceed
tug ten years, or both, nt the discretioi
of tho court: Provided, That if an;
party or parties to such conspiracy shall
iu furtherance of such common design
commit the crime of willful murder, sue
party or parties so guilty shall, upo
conviction thereof, suffer deuth: An
provided, also, That any offence punis!
iiblo nuder this Act begun in one judicii
district of the United States nud con:
pleted in another may be dealt witt
inquired of, tried, determined and pur
ished in either district.
Tho third section authorizes the Pres
deut to employ the militia, lund and uavi
forces of tho Uuited States to suppret
insurrection, domestic violence, or ut
lawful combinations or conspiracies i
any State, if the constituted authority
of such State shall be unable to, orshul
from any cause, fail or refuse the protei
tion of the people in their rights or pr
The fourth scctiou authorizes the Pr
sideut to suspend tho writ of habeas co:
pits und to declaro martial law in un
dtate where unlawful combinations exis
nud beso powerful as to overthrow or s
at defiance the constituted authorities i
the State, or in any State where the coi
stituted authorities shall connive at <
bo in complicity with the success of tl
unlawful combinations: Provided, Th
the President shall first have made pr
clamai iou, ns uow provided by law, cot
muoditig such insurgents to dispers
Provided, also. That the provisions
this scctiou .shull not be iu force after tl
L->t day of June, 1872.
Weither report-Tho low baromet
over Massachusetts, Monday even i u
luis passed to tho North-east, beyoi
our coast. Tho urea of high pressui
Monday night, in Tennessee, now covt
Ohio uud Luke Michigan. The pressu
appeurs to have decidedly f?llen, with
largo iucreuse of temperature in tho C
tremo North-west. Tho barometer
stationary iu thu llocky Mountains a
on tho Pacific coast. Clear weuthi
witli occasional cloudiness, has prevail
to-day Eafct of tho Rocky Mountains a
North of/llie Gulf Slates. Ou thu imn
diuto Cl ri ff coast, the barometer 1:
f>illuu slightly, with threatening wt
thor. Probabilities-Fresh South-ei
and North east winds, with falling I
rouioter, aro probable for Wednesday
tho upper lakes, uud tho sume wi
cloudy or rainy weather on the G
States. Partially cloudy and clear wi
tiler will probably prevuil on tho Atluu
coast and lower lakes.
RALEIGH. March 28.-Tho IIouso i
[leached Edmund Jones, Judge of I
Second Judiuul District, on charges
drunkenness and disgraceful conduct
Haleigh, und similar conduct in Gol
boro, Turboro and Williamston, wh
ho went to hold court. Tito Sonato
coivod tho charges, and the trial cc
lucilMONL?, March 28 -The jury
the ex Mayor (Jhahoou case was t
cl.nrgod. They stood nine for ucquil
.?.?tl thr o for conviction. Five merni
of thu Legisluturu ami a lawyer w
.tr rest ed for corrupt practices in the. ct
Mom LU, March 28. -Co'ouol Nelligti
Sorrel colt won tho two year old stu
heating tho celebrated Sauce liox,
Williamson, and "Tho Girl of
Heart;" ulso, Captain Jen ks. Til
1.49. The track was very heavy and
rain falling in torrents,
i NEW ORLEANS, Murch28.-Tho steam?
boat Belle, of Alton, WAS barned to tl e
water's edge. The hall and machinery
PINANUlAL ANO COMMKHViA
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Mn roh 29.-Salea of
cotton, yesterday, 88 bales-middling
LONDON, March 28-1:30 P. M.-Ame- !
rican seonrities qniet and steady. Con?
sol 92>?. Bonds 92J?.
LIVERPOOL, Mureil 28-Noon.-Cotton
firm-uplands 7>?; Orleans 7%. Bom?
bay shipments to the 24th, 13,100 bules.
LONDON, March 28-Evening.-Secu?
LIVERPOOL, March 23-Evening.
Cotton qniet and steady-uplands 7).<;
Orleans 7??; salea 10,000 bules; export
und speculation 2,000. Yunis and fa?
NEW YonK. March 28-Noon.-Flonr
and wheat dull and unchanged. Corn
quiet and steady. Pork steady, at 21.50
(#21.75. Lard quiet, at 12^?12>?.
Cotton quiet-uplands IS};,; Orleans
15%; sales 1,000 bales. Freights steady.
Governments dull and heavy. Stocks
strong and active. Money ensy, at 4.
Gold weak, at 10,'^. Exchange-long
9%; short 10%.
7 P. M.-Muuey largely in excess of
demand, at 3@4. Sterling steady, at
9&<30#. Gobi lOj^lO'j. Govern?
ments declined \iC<&%\ all sound 62*
lija". Soi i terns "dull. Tennesaers
04.!?; new 64. Virginias 06}.j; new 67.
Louisianas 67; new 62; levees 72),i; 8s
81. Alabamas 1.00>?; 5s 68. Georgias
81; 7s 88. North "Carolinas 47; new
24?4'. South Carolinas 72; new 62j.i.
Colton quiet and steady, with salea of
2.48 > bales, at 15},<. Flour-Southern
quiet; common to fair extra firstname.lastname@example.org;
good to choice 7.55((?;9.(;0. Whiskey a
shado firmer, at 8l)?@81}?. Wheat
stea l ?er-winter red aud umber Western
email@example.com. Corn a shade firmer, at 82
(3)83. Bice qniet, at 8>?@8J?. Pork
lower, at 2l.75@22 00. Beef" steady.
Lard dull-ke.ttlo 12%. Freights quiet
-cottou, sail 9 32; atoum 5 l??^.
BALTIMORE. March 23.-Cotton steady
and in fuir demand-middling 14^4@15;
receipts 965 bales; sales 455; stock 12,
LOUISVILLE. March 28.-Flour quie\
Corn ii m-shelled 65. Provisions lirm.
Clear rib sides 10?4'?11. Pucked mess
pork 20 50. Whiskey quiet, at 80.
CINCINNATI, March 28.-Flour and corn
unchauged. Mess pork quiet nud wi ak,
at 21.00, closing nominal. Lard dull
and unchanged. Bacon-no sales; nsk
iug, shoulders 8j4; clear sides ll.
Whiskey firm. at. 80.
WILMINGTON, March 28.-Cotton in
good demuud, for higher grades-raid
diing 14; receipts 20 bales; sales 26;
NORFOLK, March 28.-Cotton dull
low middling 13; receipts 1,016 bales;
Bales 50; stock 5,530.
GALVESTON, March 28.-Cotton quint
and weak-ordinary ll,1..; receipts 1,342
bales; sales 1.500; stock~50.890.
NEW ORLEANS, March 28.-Flour firm
-super 6 12; doable 6.75; treble 7.00.
Corn firm, at 70@72. Pork firmer
mess 21 50. Others unchanged. Cotton
quiet-middling 14}.<; receipts 3,742
bales; sales 5,000; stock 259.233.
SAVANNAH, March 28 -Cotton in fair
deraund-middling 14@14Ju; receipts
1,988 bales; sales 1,400; stock 61,049.
BOSTON, March 28.-Cotton quiet
middling 15J.?; receipts 1,126 bales;
sales 450; stock 1,200.
AUGUSTA, March 28 -Cotton quiet
but steady, at 13*-0'@13,34 for middling;
sales 560 bales; receipts 220.
M 'inLE, Marek 28.-Cotton quiet
middling 14^; receipts 623 bales; enies
1,000; stock 00,446.
CHARLESTON, March 28.-Cotton steady
-middling 14??; receipts 1,390 bales;
sales 400; stock 22.832.
Aware of tho fact that most all our mer?
chants South havo bought very light for tho
cummer, wc have purchased heavier than
ever, aud to-day own thc most valuable slock
we over handled. Our idea is thal in every
community there are prudent people, who al?
ways have money laid away for "rainy days."
These will want goods, and nico goods, und
we want to supply them; therefore, wo have
established a Sample Bureau with our busi?
ness, from which wo send samples of all
gooda requested for soloction, and then for?
ward thc goods by Express, C. O. I), in all
cases, guiranteoing cntiro satisfaction. Per?
sons desiring to avail themselves of haring a
ono hundred and fifty thousand dollar stock
spread out, an it wore, almost at their door to
select from, will order samples of such gooda
as tboy ?K?siro to buy, and wo will guarantee
they cnn savo ton dollars on every forty bought
of our hotiso. Samples sent freo except to
points not reached by mail. Address
H. C. SHIVER ti CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
R. C. SHIVER.
DAVID JONES. March 23 3mo
OfS~ Every paper in tho Stato within 100
miles of Col ll m tua c>pv once and send bill.
STOVES! STOVES 1 STOVES!
Tin-ware '. Tin-ware ! Tin-ware !
I3LUMBISQ, HOOFING, GUTTERING, and
all work in this line, put up to order
and ready tor salo at the
0 .4 ll O L I N A M A N U F A C TO II V.
Call at either house-Columbia or Newberry.
ll MN HY II. B LEASE,
Haren 22 t Proprietor.
Terms CaBti Only.
OUH terms an-strictly cash, and no order
will hereafter bo lilied, or goods deliver?
ed, UhtU p?id fol*. All parlies indebted to us
will idease call und puv the KIIIIII nu undia te
ly. J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
License and Tax Ordinance City of Co?
THE fellowing abstract ia published for ge?
BKOTION 3. There sball be paid quarterly a
tax ut one per cent, upon all sales ut auction
of all gooda anti chattels, and ono-balf p? r
cont, ou all sales at. auction of all re*: cs'aio
and atucks of o very description: Provided,
That no lax sball bo levied on any sales ai
auction made by order of court, or under pro
c< 81 of law.
Bte 4. There shall bo paid quarterly by all
m-roi auts and other perdons, a tax of ono pir
cunt, ou all goods, wares and merchandise
sold by thom on consignment; two per cent
on the premiums of every and each insurance
company located in thc city o? Columbia, or
which havo agencies thoron; aud tho refusal
or neglect to mains regular quarterly returns
and pay tho tux thereon to tim City Clerk and
treasurer, shall subject thc defaulting patties
to a Que of two dollars fur each and every
?KC 5. There shall bo paid on vehicles tho
following tax, v.z: Upon each lom-wheel plea?
sure earrings or barouche, drawn by two or
moro horses, $20; upou carriage, buggy, ba?
rouche, gig or sulky, (not used f"r hire.)
diawnbyoiie hursu or mule, SIC: Provided,
That tho value of pleasure carriages and
other vehicles specifically taxed, bc not re?
quired to be returned for taxation aa personal
property; upon each vehicle used for the
breaking or exhibiting of horses or mutts, $25;
upon each express wagon, drawn byouo hume,
$11; upon eacii express wagon, drawn by two
or moro horses, $1M: Provided, That nothing
herein contained shall hu construud to extend
' to wagons, carts or other vehicles going tu oi
[from market, and owned hy non-residints ol
! safd city, or of wagons exclusively used foi
ag? ?cultural purposes. Each livery stable
keeper, or agent, for tho salo of hursts oi
mules, shall make quarterly returns on oall:
of sales m.tdo by him, on consigned stock, a?
well as of tho s iles mado hy tho owners o;
I slock themselves at his stables.
! SSKC. 8. Each and every express company
transacting business within tue limits of sait
city, shall make quarterly returns of theil
gloss receipts, aim pay one per cent, on th?
amount of such returns at the eintoif ead
qutrtor. Each and ovory telegraph oumpanj
Miall, in liku manner, make quarterly tuturin
ot there gross receipts, on which returns ebal
bu paid a tax of ono per cent.
KK.C. 7. For a license to carry on any trade
business or profea-ion, hereinafter mentioned
tho sums hereinafter mcutiuued shall be pail
to the Ci'y Clerk:
Astrologers and clairvoyants, $100; apothe
caries, retail. 25; architects or surveyors, 2-1
auctioneers, 75, agents real estate and codec
lion brokers, 25; agents newspapers, periodi
cals or advertising, 10; agents, selling by sam
pie at retad, per year. 100; agents, selling b
sample at retuil, per day. 5.
lianks and bankers, $150; billiard. bagatiT
or other gaming tables, for tho first labu
50; for every additional table in tho sam
establishment, 25; bowling alleys or pir tc
galleries, for each alluy or gallery, 50; buhe
< rs aud master mechanics, 25; butchers, f<<
each stall hired, 10; blacksmiths' shops, 1(
brokers, commercial, cotton or produce. 2.'
brokers, money and dealers in exchange, It t
brokers, pawn, 10t); brokers, cattle, and den
ors in horst s and mules, who keep UOasale
stables, (provided this shall not refer t'o tn
de rx bringing neat cattle direct tr m th
country.) 50; balbara, for each chair, 5; boul
binders, 10; hoot atid shoe-making establiel
mt nts, where hired labor ia employed, ll
bakeries, bread, pie or cake, 25; bill po.-ter
5; boai cling houses, capable of accommi
dating eight to twenty-five pi raons, 25
Coal yards, $25; confectionery or fruit dca
ors, 25; contractors, other than builders, 1
cotton factors. 25; cotton press, 15; collu
gin manufactory, 10; cottun gins ginning fi
toll or pay, 50; chiropodiota, 10; carriage r
poMtory, where carriages or buggies not i
domestic in an u l ae t ure aro sold, 50.
Dogs, upon each and every dog, to ho pa
by tho person or persons on whoso promisi
the dog is kept. $2; and thu police of the ci
of Columbia are hereby authorized und r
quired to aeiza and confine every dog font
running ut large, and not having on the ci
badge or collar tor tho current year; and f
every dog so takeu up by tho police, $2 adi
tiona) shall bo paid for tho release of tl
same; dealers, retail, in goods, wares, nu
chaudisc, excluding distilled spirits, who
annual sales do not exceed $5.000. 10; dcalei
retail, iu goods, wares and merchandise, e
cliuung distilled spirits, whoso annual sal
exceed $5,000, but do not exceed $10 000, ;
dealers, retail, in gonda, wares and murchs
disc, excluding distilled spirits, whose a nur
sales exceed $10,000, and do not exceed $20,01
40; dealers, retail, in goods, wares and mi
cbandiso, excluding dii-tillud spirits, wbc
annual sales exceed $20,000, aud do not exec
$30 000, 50; dealers, retail, in goods, wai
and merchandise, excluding distilled suin
whoso initial sales oxceed $30 000, at d do i
exoeed $50 000,75; andoverv additional $1,0
per $1 000, 50; dentists, 40
Express companies, $150; exhibitions, c
cuses, per diy, 100; exhibitions, theatric
minstrel, or exhibitions of an v kind, fur ga
from 20 to 100.
Gas companies, $100; gas fitters and pinn
Hotels, capable of accommodating 100 p
sons, $50; hotels, capable of accommodati
I less than 100 and more than 50 persons,
hotels, cHpible of ac. onimotlating over 25 n
! less than 50 peisous, 30.
I Ice houses, where imported ico H sohl, ?
insurance companies or agencies, the sa
for each and every agency, $25.
Joh printing educes, where more than th
hands arc employed, $5t ; job priming o nit
where less than three hands are employ
25; junk shops, application to bu wade to I
Council for license L'.O.
Liquor, for a license to retail spiritu
liquors in quantities less than a quart,
annum, payable quarterly iu advance,
for a license lo sell s| irituous liquors
quantities of a quart or more, per au lil
payable quarterly iii advance, 100; fu
license to sell lager beer, ale. porter, or ot
malt liquors, iu quantities less than
qu irt, per annum, iu advance, 50; provi
mut a liquor license shall not bo construe
include, malt liquors sold in original parka
as prepared by tho manufacturer; no lici
for the salo of spirituous or malt hquot s s
bo grunted for a less pei io 1 than oue y oar,
receiver of each license card to pay the <
Clerk thu sum of $2; and, provided, flirt
that tho granting or withholding of licen
iu each particular case, will bo at tho dis
lion of tho City Council; lumber yards
Marble yards, $10; millinery or dress-n
itig establishments, 10; manufacturers
bottlers of sotla wxtcr, 50; machine shops
merchants, commission, 50; mills, giist,
mills, planing, 25; mills, sawiug, 25.
Photograph, ambrotypo or dagucrrco
galleries, $25; painters and paper ham
masters, 25; pi (Idlers, local, per monti
peddlers, itinerant, per month, 50; pedd
itinerant, per day, 5; physicians, 20.
Restaurant or eating*saloon, first das?,
second class, 25.
Wegars, every pers?n engaged in se
segara at retail, $10; tcgars, every pcrsoi
gaged in selling segara at wholesale, 5 ';
water, where Hold from fount , fr.un 10 t
..tables, livery and sale, 75; stage ornum
Telegraph companies, $100; tailor*,
Wood dealers, $10; warehouses, ?toi ng
wagons, drays, carts and hacks, run no?
one boric, 8; wagons, drays, carts and h
run for hire, two horse, 25; wagons, d
carts and backs, mn for biro, four hors
wagon, dray or cart, private, ato^o or
ness, for hauling, Ac, to City Clerk
badge, 50 coots.
WILLIAM J. LT Hill,
March 2!) City Clerk and Treasiii
WE ore NOW RECEIVING and offer for
AS UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE
STOCK OF GOODS,
FOE THE SEASON
Wo bog to eal! thc ?special attention of
Tosomoof tho LEADERS, and advise tbem
TO CALL EARLY
And make their selections, as it is impossible
to duplicate some of the goods at the prices
they are now offered.
A full line of colors in narrow STLIPFD
A nice assortment of ?pring FRENCH
All the new shades in JAPANESE CLOTHS
The newest patterns in PIQUES and
OT LIER WHITE GOODS.
y.OOO yards PRINTED MUSLINS, fast
colors, at 10c.
All the Departments
Are fully replenished and EACH AI;rici.t is
MAUKf.l) AT THE I.OWK8T CASH ml OE.
Parties who are not accustomed lo buying
can rely on us, and depend on gelling as good
value fur their money na it they were the most
export buyers. We ask from all au examina?
tion of our goods, and feel assund thal every
one thal see-them will bc pleased and lui?
J. H. & M. L. KINARD.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, ?he 3d of April, we
trill sell, io front of tho Court Houee, in thia
city, at 10 o'clock.
That desirable RESIDENCE, on Bull street,
between Laurel and RI anding containing 96
feet front on Bull Btrcet. and running back
208 feet, moro or lena: bounded on tho North
by S. NV. Melton, Knuth by est uto of Rrj co and
Maj. McCreery, East by Dr. Howe.
1 BIlMa,-One-half,caab; balance, in twolvo
mo nt lo?, eecurod by bond and mortgage, beat?
ing interest at seven per cent, ptr annum.
Purchasers to pay for papera and stamps.
Sale for Foreclosure.
BY virtue < f a power of attorney given to
ino, I will cell, at public auction, beforo
tho Court. Houac, at Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in April next,
All that lot, pieco, parcel or tract of LAND,
situato, lying and being in tho city of Colum?
bia, butting and bounding to tho North on
Oorvais atroel; to the Kant on Oatea afreet; to
the South on land lato of fioorgo Glonn, and
to tho West oa lot of Martha A. Glenn. Terms
cash. JOHN AGNEW, Jn.,
March 12 +10 Special Attorney in fact.
Under Order of Judge of J'robate.
Ex parle Saran M. itt yee. Executrix. John C.
Itr> cc, Executor, in re estato of John Rrj co.
Petition for Sale of Stocks.
IN pursuance of an order made by William
Hutson Wigg, Judge of Probato for Rich?
land Cotintv, in tho above stated caae, I will
Hell, on the FIRST MONDAY in Apiil next, in
fr iet of tho Court House, in Columbia, within
the legal boura, tho following Stocka, viz:
27 Khan s of tho Stock of thc South Carolina
.10 Shan a of tho Charlotte and Scnth C&to
liua Railroad Company.
.10 Sh area In the Columbia and Augusta
80Kharca in the Columbia Rridgo CrmpaDy.
125 Shares in Ibo Columbia Gas-Light Com?
- Shares in the Rank of Charleston.
Teimacaah. P. F. FRAZEE,
Match 21 tum H. K. O.
NEW STORE To
NEW GOODS ! NEW PRICES 1
OUR friends will find ns in tho now larra
brick building nearly oppoeito our old
stand, where we will be glad to welcome them,
and offer thc
Largest Stock of Goods,
L 0 WEST PRICES,
Wo have ever had. Our heavy sales within
the laat two months baa convinced na that
ttlO ONLY SYSTEM IS LOW rUIOES AND QUICK
SALES, and thia shall in future be our motto.
Wo ofler tho LARGEST STOCK OF GOOD8
iu tho city, at tho lowest prices, moat of it
having been purchased for oaab since tho lato
decline. If thia ia not truo, wo will pay for
lying. L?RICK &, LOWRANCE.
Et A T S
B, & W. C.
~^jyE bavo now in store a very large etook
of thc above gooda, aud wo asauro our eaa
toiners that we have never before been un?
aided to offer them so CHOICE A SEL.ECTIOH
OF GOODS, at buch low pricea.
We have good All Wool .SUITS at $15, suita?
ble for any business man.
We have a very largo stock, and we aro de?
termined to undersell any other dealers, as
our facilities enable tts to do so.
Are decided to be the beat Otting Shirts rondo.
We mabo tho finest custom garments made in
this State. Call and examine.
March 25 R. A W. C. KWAFFIET.D.
Bacon, Flour, &o.
A j-\f\(\ LBS. C. lt. BACON RIDES,
.^.l )KJ\J 5.000 11)8 Bacon Shoulder?,
* ;j OOO ?ba. White Hulk Shoulders,
8 000 lbs. White Hulk Suloa,
3,000 Iba. Smoked Sides,
15(1 barnda Extra Family Flour,
ISO barrels Kui er F our,
150 barrels choice Kuper Flour,
loo b irrels choice line Flour,
100 kegs prime kettle reudored Leaf Lard,
For salt- low lo dealers by
WELLS .ti CALDWELL,
Near fl. A; C. R. K. Di pot, Columbia, S. C.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and improves
their IM IIIHI. March ll
Improved Seed Planter.
?3 ARTI EH wanting tither the Ham or
Denian PLAN PER Will aend I huh orders
at once. We aie now well supplied, but lat*r
ni the season do not think wo will be able to
meet tin: demand. _
Feb 12 L?RICK & LOWRANCE