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LONDON, February 8. --Tho excite Dient
over tine , Alabama claims is unabated.
Parliamentary speeches keep the pnblio
mind agitated. The anxiety regarding
the action of the Washington Cabinet
pervades all circles. Business at Ex?
change is seriously affected.
PARIS, February 8.-Washburn re?
turns to the United States on leave. Col.
Hoffman has charge of the legation.
LONDON, February 8.-The ateamers
Colorado and Arabian collided jost out?
side the Mersey. The Colorado was
shored to prevent sinking, with all on
board. The Arabian, comparatively un?
injured, rescued all the Colorado's pas?
sengers, except fife ateeragers, who,
it ia feared, jumped overboard in the
panic. , ' '.. .
The press is still moderate, but main?
tains that .Parliament is unanimous
against the American demand"?
The new company, whiah proposes to
lay a telegraph direct to New York, has
been registered. One of the features is
to fix tolls at twenty shillings per ten
The Times, reviewing the debate in
the Commons, yesterday, says the House
favors repudiation of American claims
for direot losses, and Gladstone's lan?
guage demands it.
Sx\ Lome, February 8.-A eoueurrent
resolution to pay the maturing State
bonds in currency passed the House over
the Governor's veto.
A passenger on the train which collid?
ed near Alton woe caught by his feot
only, and was-burned to death.
HAVANA, February 8.-The captain
and orew of the British schooner Lark,
driven into Cuban waters by a galo, and
seized, have been bailed, at the iustanco
of the ' British Consul-Geueral. The
Cuban Gen. Oasanora has been killed.
Irregular weather retards and shortens
tho sugar crop.
NEW. YORS, February 8.-A Tribuns
special from London says Granville's
despatch contains no threat, but simply
calla attention to England's understand?
ing of the treaty. Several members of
the Cabinet disapprove of the passion?
ate tone of Granville's speech. The
sitnation is regarded grave in the highest
English and American quarters, but not
Z, J, Pan'gborn & Co., publishers of
tho Jersey City Evening Journal, have
' been> mulcted . in $3,01)0 for libeling
George Watts, a coal dealer.
Venezuela advices state that President
Bianco has been recaptured. The Sau
Fernando revolutionists were badly de?
feated. . . .
Hay tien advices state that the national
palace at Port-au-Prince was burned.
Saget, pardoned a number of orimiuals,
causing dissatisfaction. Business is dull.
MEMPHIS, February 8. - Colonel Davis
Cockrell, an old hotel keeper, is dead.
JACKSON, M ms., February 8.-Colonel
John Duncan ia dead.
100 prisoners hod 200 witnesses aro
here in attendance on the Kn Klux trials
abont to commenoe.
WASHINGTON, February 8.-Io the
House, Hoar's eduoation bill, distribut?
ing the fund in proportion to illiteracy,
and no compulsory mixed schools, was
passed to a third reading, by 112 to 07.
BURLINGTON, IOWA, February 8.-Ex
Senator Grimes died this morning, of
ATLANTA, February 8.- Gov. Smith,
to-day, appointed W. W. Montgomery
as Judge of the Supreme Court, to fill a
BALTIMORE, February 8.-The whiskey
jury acquitted Spicer, Hugon, Graben
hurst and Chapman.
SALT LAKE, February 8.-A terrible
snow storm prevails in Cotton Wood
mining district. Several lives have been
HARRISBURG, February 8.-MoCnre
has commenced a contest for a seat in
NEW YORE, February 8-Evening.
William and George Knight, arrested a
few days ago for extradition, were dis?
charged. Embezzlement is not within
the extradition treaty.
WASHINGTON, February 8-Evening.
Tho Committee of Ways and Means, to?
day, had a oonferenoe on the subject of
spirits and tobacco. Although they
have not positively como to a conclusion,
there is a probability they will agree
upon a uniform tax of twonty-four cents
on tobacco, nod so amend the law as to
consolidate distillers' stamps, and pro?
vide for the removal of the present ob?
structions, so as to facilitate the exporta?
tion of spirits.
In the Senate, Sherman's bill, retiring
three per cent, certificates, passed. Am?
nesty was resumed. A vote striking out
the seventh section of Sumner's amend?
ment failed, by 25 to 33. Trumball said
be would vote against every amendment,
thus upon the final issue leaving the bill
as obnoxious as possible. An amend?
ment erasing allusions to church was
passed, by 39 to 23. An amendment
striking out tho clause regarding jurors
failed, by 12 to 42.
In the House, the education bill was
finally passed. A new draw for seats
occurred. The Demoorats voting aye
on the eduoation bill were Kerr, Palmer,
Slocum, Storm and Townsend. The
BepnblicauB voting nay were Beatty,
Bingham, Clark, of New York, Dickey,
Hongbton, Killingen, Myers, Negly,
Orr, Packer, Peok, Sargeant, Stanton,
Waldron, nnd Wilson, of Ohio.
Tho educational bill, whioh passed the
House to day, was originally introduced
by Mr. Pierce, of Mississippi, the Chair?
man of the Committee on Eduoation and
Labor. It consecrates pnblio lands to
public education. One-half the pro?
ceeds of the sales of publio lands aro
distributed annually among the different
States during tho first ten years, upon
tho basis of illiteracy, ns shown by tho
present census; the other half invented,
and tho interest to be used for educa?
tional purposes. No State loses its share
of the Tdncl by'logaVenaotmehts forbid?
ding mixed Behoofs.1 After ten yeara, the ?
Pr?babilities-The low barometer off
the South Atlnutio, will probably mote
North-eastward on Friday, aloog the
Gulf stream. North-east winds, with
clouds and rain, will continuo OD the
Gulf coast, from North Carolina to East?
ern Virginia. Northerly wiuds and clear
iug weather will prevail from Texas to
Alabama. The low barometer io the
Missouri valley will extend Eastward,
with Southerly winds-possibly rain.
Au area of partially cloudy and olear
weuther, with light winds, will probably
extend from the lower lakes North-east?
ward . over tho St. Lawrence valley.
Dangerous winds are not anticipated to?
The Hums awarded to American citi?
zens by the American-Mexican commis?
sion, to the 5th inst,, are over ?o??.O?O.
The amount of claims aggregates $11,
500,000. The awards to Mexicans are
only $36,000. Their claims aggregate
$18,000,000. 400 coses have been de?
cided. Ovor 1,000 pended.
The Seoretaries of the Navy and of the
Treasury wero before the Commerce
Committee. They urged subsidies and
bounties to enaourago American ship
Private despatches report pobitively
that the Go vernor of florida will be im?
THE GERMANS AQA1N8T GRANT.-Tho
Cincinnati Enquirer thus alludes to the
gathering dangers which begin to environ
Grant's UH pim lions forre-eleotiou:
"Sinon tho brilliant Carl Schurz has
broken with Gruut, and it is seen that he
will carry with him a large proportion of
the German vote, the President und his
friends in the Sunnte cannot conceal
their hatred of the entire foreign ele?
ment. It cropped out yesterday in the
remarks of Nye, tho Nevada buffoon,
who sneeringly alluded to Mr. Sohurz's
foreign birth as a convincing argument
that he knew nothing of statesmanship,
or the principles of Republican Govern?
ment. And then Mr. Nye, a native
born statesman, (I) added his concep?
tion of 'the true spirit of American in?
stitutions.' He said that for his part he
'would never consent to give the rebel
leaders a right to Uko ruii in the Go?
vern mont. He would kee,. : /em brows?
ing on the outside till their hair grew as
long as Nebuchadnezzar's, and if that
was not statesmanship, then he did not
know anything about it.' Thereupon
there was mirth in the Senate. The
country will agree-with'Mr. Nye that he
doesn't know anything about it. Pro?
fane people, would call his atatesmsoship
DEATH FROMVACCINATION.-That, death
may bo caused by vaccination from the
prematuro use of vims, cannot be de?
nied. Tho Morrow County (Pa.) Regis?
ter, of January 20, relates the following:
Death from rather a singular causo re?
sulted to oue of the citizens of Perry
Township, this County, on Friday morn?
ing last. As near as we oan learn them,
the facts are us follows: Mr. Samuel
Miller and his wife, residing not far from
N. Woodbury, were being visited at their
home by their son and bia family, OD
Sunday, the 7th instant. The old gen?
tleman-Mr. M.-concluded to be vacci?
nated with virus from the little girl's
arm, which had been operated on by the
doctor not loDg before. So Mr. Miller
had his Bon to pierce his arm with a
pocket knife, and from his daughter's
arm, vims was taken and placed in Mr.
Miller's arm, whioh resulted in his death
in less than a week, os the virus taken
from the girl's arm was ased before the
laws of nature permitted. Mr. Miller's
I wife was vaccinated in the same way,
and at tho prosent time is in a very low
MURDEROUS ASSAULT ON THE ISRA?L?
ITES IN ROUMANIA.-A barbarously mur?
derous assault has just been perpetrated
against the Jews resident in Ismail, OD
the Roumanian frontier. Macy Israel?
ites were killed, aud the survivors, who
are for the most part womoa and chil?
dren, have Hod from the noone of slaugh?
ter rind sought shelter OD tho Turkish
territory. The officers of the Sultan,
uoting in exact aoonrdftDCO with tho
spirit of liberality which characterizes
tho Government of their imperial mas?
ter, afforded tho exiles relief. The re?
petition of those- note of frontier vio?
lence on account of class, casto and reli?
gion will eventually compliuate the Rou?
manian Government with the surround?
ing great powers, and this io a very se?
rious manaor for tho executive of tho
principalities. Tho persecution of tho
Israelites in the locality referred to has
boen conducted persistently, with moro
or less open activity, during the psst
A peculiarity has been discovered in
the immense raft whioh obstructs the
Red River for maoy miles. Unlike most
rafts, it moves up the rivor instead of
dowD, the motion being at the rate of
about two milos in a year. The expla?
nation of this retrograde movement is
that the logs of the lower end of the
raft aro continually broken away and
carried off by the floods and freshets,
while tho other ond is constantly receiv?
ing additioas. Thus tho raft, always
fulling away at one end and growing at
the other, gradually moves up the rivor,
and it is calculated that it hus moved
nineo its forming about 400 miles. In
1833, whoo the raft was 121 miles long,
tho work of romoving it was commenced
by the Government, bot after working
at it for twenty-two years, the attempt
was abandoned as impraoticablo, end
was coutinod to opening some of the
lateral cluiuucls, so as to facilitate navi?
Tho infidels of Massachusetts havo
subscribed $50,000 for the eroctiou of a
building for their uso in Boston, to be
named Paine's Memorial Hall.
Plnauclal ?nd Commercial.
COLUMBIA, S. C., February 8.-Sales
of ootton, to-dny, 65 halos-middling
LONDON, February 8-Noon.-Consols
91%@91%. Bonds 91%.
LIVERPOOL, February 8-8 P. M -
Cotton quiet-uplands 11%@11^; Or?
leans 11%; shipping at Now Orleans
LONDON, February 8-Evening.-Con?
sols 93%. Bonds flat-62s 91%.
LIVERPOOL. February 8-Evening.
Ootton 'closed steady-uplands 11%(3)
11%; Orleans 11%@11%; nearly due
from New Orleans 11%; shipping at New
Orleans 11%; at Savanoah or Charleston
HAVBB, February 8.-Cotton quiet.
NEW YOBE, February 8-Noon.
Sales of futures last evening 5,550 bales,
as follows: February 23 1-16, 23%;
Maroh 23%. 23 5-16, 23 7-16, 23%; April
23%, 23 13 10, 28% ; May 23%, 23 15-16;
Joue 24, 23 15 16. Stocks vory active
bat weak. Governments vory weak.
Gold firm, at 10%. Money firm, at 7.
Exchange-long 9; Bhort 9%. Flour
quiet and firm. Wheat dull and heavy.
Corn dull aud declining. Pork steady
new mess 14.12(7$ M 37. Lard quiet, at
9%@9 11-16. Cotton nominal-uplan.de
23%; Orleans 23%; sales 826 bales.
7 P. M.-Sales of futures to-day
16.400 bales, aa follows: February 22%,
22%, 22 11-16, 22 13 16. 22%; Maret
23%, 23 3-16, 23%. 23, 22 16-16, 22%,
23%; April 23%, 23%, 23 9-16, 23 7-16
23%; May 23%. Cotton quiet; salei
! 1,333 bales-uplands 23%; Orleaus 23%
Southern flour uctive and uuclmugud
Whiskey firmer, at. 92%(o)92%. Whoa
heavy-winter red Western 1.62(a) 1.67
Coru a shade lower-uow 71(5)73. Bici
stoudy, at 8%@8%. Pork 13 email@example.com
Lard steudy. Freights, per steam %
Money firm, at G@7. Gold strong, u
10%. Exohaugo steady, at 9%. Go
vornimmt? excited und depressed-81
14%; 62s 10. ?Southerns dull; Tenues
sees strong. Tennessee 6s 65%; nev
65%. Virginia ?s 50; new 56; ALissoui
6s 94. Louisiana 6s GO; new 50; leve
6s 63; levee 8s 70. Alabama 8s 90; 5
60. Georgia Gs 70; 7s 85%. North Cu
rolioas32%; new 1G%. South Carol:
nas 51%; new 30%. Slocks generali
steady at close.
CINCINNATI, February 8.-Pork ui
ohanged. Kettle lard 9%. Sides 6%<7
6%. Whiskey steady, at 87.
LOUISVILLE, February 8. - Baggie
firm, with au advauoiug tendency, a
14(a)15. Pork 18.75. Clear sides I
Lard 9(0)10. Whiskey 87.
ttl. Louis, February 8.-Pork norn
nal. Lard quiet. Whiskey docliuini
CIIABLESTON, Februury 8. - Cottc
quiet-middling 22%@22%? reocip
877 bales; sales 200; stock 30,338.
SAVANNAH, Februury 8.-Cotton qui
-middling 22; receipts 7,419 bales; sui
1,700; stock 78.535.
GALVESTON, February 8.-Cotton fir
-good ordinary 20(3)20%; receipts 7:
bub s; sales 1,200; stuck 52,949.
PHILADELPHIA, Februury 8.-Cott
BALTIMOUE, February 8. - Cott
firm-middling 22%(a>23; receipts 1
bales; sales 485; stock 2,305.
WILMINGTON, February 8.-Cott
firm-middling 22%; receipts 215 bal
sales 142; stock 4,653.
MEMPHIS, February 8.-Cotton qu
-middling 22%(0)23; receipts 1,7
ATJQOSTA, February 8.-Cotton d
and nominal-middling 21%; rucei
500 bales; sales 350.
Naw ORLEANS, February 8.-Ct
dull-white 88. Pork quiet, at 15.
Baoon dull, ut 7(4lu. Others t
ohanged. Cotton eusier but not que
bly lower-middling 22%; recei
36,836 bules; sales 8,300; stock 250,(1
MOBILE, February 8.-Cotton du
middling 22%; receipts 541 bales; st
500; stock 04,947.
NOBFOLE, Februarys.-Cotton ste
-low middling 22(2)22%; receipts 1,
bales; sales 160; stock 2.331.
BOSTON, February 8.-Ootton quit
middling 23%; receipts 1,340 baled; s
800; Block 8,000.
Wo learn that un Irishmau, who
been employed at the Cemetery, in
place, some tiino since, weut to W
ington for tho pnrposo of drawing
pay. After receiving it, tho puymu
discovering a sabre scar ou his face
marked, "You were in tho army du
tho war?" "Yes," said he. "V
command were you in?" said tho
master. "In Geuerul Fitzhugh I
command," said he. "Did yon 1
tho auducity to apply at a Federal ot
tory for work when you wero io
rebel army?" "Yes," replied tho It
Win, "I helped to kill tho beasts, a
thought I hud a right to help to
THE TUILLEBIES AND LOUVRE.
Garnier has nt length sont in his rt
of the state of tho Tui 1 lorien. Not a i
of tho ancient building eau be ma
seivo again; tho wholo edifico is so
plotely calcined that tho stones oru
away at tho slightest touch. The |
ral opinion is that tho palace wai
placed, serving as a mask to the far
construction of tho Louvre. M.
nior, thorofore, proposes to ro-buih
two pavilions only, leaving tho spat
tween thom to bo occupied by the
columns, through which the paint
the Louvre, with its great square
gardons, ma}' bo soon all dowe
A Cincinnati woman, whoso cur
led her to tako a peep into n sma
pest-house, caught the disenso un
so badly disfigured by it that her
broke oft their engagement und si
since died of grief.
"Eveiy tree is subject to dis
said a speaker in a ft nit-grower's cc
tion. "What ailment can you find
oak?" asked tho chairman. "A <
wits tho triumphant reply.
The Tichborne caso, like most other
sensations, has become infections. A
story cornea to ns from England of a
gentleman who left his newly-married
wife to seek a fortune in the East India !
provinces. In conree of time news came
to him of the death of his wife, whioh
was attested by what seomed inoonteeti
ble evidence. He remained in Calcutta
nearly as core of years, and then returned
to England crowned with honors and a
fortone which would have surrounded
the bride of twenty years before with all
the luxuries for whioh tho husband had
expatriated himself to obtain for her.
And he had scarcely reached his native
village before a female recognized him
as the husband in faot, and, strangely
enough, corroborated ber assertion, not
only by numerous witnesses, but by the
most minute details of the days that had
preoeded their marriage, and the halcyon
hours that attended tho honeymoon.
This was not so bad, but successively
five other women entered the same plea,
and proved by no less indubitable evi?
dence of persons and events their show
of justioe to his nama and fortune. On
the other hand, the unfortunate gentle?
man repudiates the damaging oharge
thuB thrust upon him, by the testimony
of witnesses hom India, who knew him
intimately at the time these several en?
gagements were said to huvo beeu enter- !
ed upon, and establishes a conclusive
alibi as to his absence ut the respective
periods of tho putativo wedding ceremo?
nies. Thc evidence in tho hexagonal af?
fair is a! ko clear aud unimpeachable,
and it may bo that it is au extraordinary
caso of mistaken identity. It is not said
whether tho case will bo brought iuto
court, but if so thu annuls of causes cele
br*s could hurdly adduce a moro singular
series of events. That is, if the story,
us it comes to un, is not un ing?nions
hoax, whioh it is very possiblo it is.
OF INTEREST TO PunnisHERS.-Sir
Edward Thornton, tho British Minister
in Washington, hus been applied to from
homo to obtain copies of every news?
paper, periodical and magazine pub?
lished in the United States, to be placed
on exhibition at the International Expo?
sition to take place in Englaud this year.
Minister Thornton on Thursday called
upon Mr. Joseph Shillington, the well
known book-seller and news agent of
Washington, and requested him to take
the matter io hand, which Mr. Shilling
ton has cousentcd to do. The publica?
tions will be arranged by States and sont
to England. It will be remembered that
a collection of American newspapers and
periodicals exoited much interest nt the
English exhibition in 1851, but it WHS
far from oomplete, and it is desirable
that this collection shall bo us perfect as
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING. - It is
worth while to know how to stop bloed
ing from tho nose when it becomes ex?
cessive. If the fiugor is pressed firmly
upou the little artery which supplies
blood to the Bide of tho face affected,
the result in accomplished. Two small
arteries, branching up from the main ar?
teries on each side of thu neck, uud pass?
ing over the outside of the jaw-bone,
supply tho face with blood. If tho nose
bleeds from tho right nostril, for exam
plo, pass the finger ulong tho edge of the I
right jaw till the beating of the artery is
felt. Press hard upon it and the bleed?
ing will ceaso. Continuo tho pressure
five minutes, until the ruptured vessel
in the nose has time to contract.
The celebrated lady physician, Miss
Fowler, in practice at Orauge, N. J., was
recently married, and is now Mrs. Orms?
by. She is a sister of Fowler, tho phre?
nologist, and baa met with extraordinary
Buooess as a medical practitioner of the
homeopathic school. Her income from
her practice has for years past been from
$15,000 to $20,000 per year. She treats
patients of both sexes, has the names of
over 600 families on her practico hooks,
aud more bnsiness than all tho half
dozens malo doctors of tho placo put to?
gether. In carrying on her profession,
sho drives between forty and fifty milos
every day. She is remarkably snecess
, ful as a doctor. Shu is a handsome wo?
man of forty, clear headed, light heart?
ed, strong willed, vivacious aud intel?
lectual. Her husband is a New York
The following couundrum was pro
? pounded to us tho other day by a noted
wag : "What is the diffureuco between a
town bell and Gov. Scott? Ono peals
from the steeplo, and tho other
dou't." Wo havo no comments to make
upon this sly inucudo against tho Go?
vernor. -An der son Inlell igencer.
We do not woudor nt the earnestness
with which tho Christian Intelligencer asks:
"Is there no way of stopping tho mur?
derous stylo of singing which executes
some of our best hymns-or rather gar?
rotes thom-in tho followlug style: 'The
ye-ho-ho-hear of jew-billey, of jow-ew
billeyoy, je-ew billy, he-he is come.' "
Tho latest dodgo for young ludios who
don't wttut to "obey" in tho marriage
ceremony is to repeat iu indistinct tones
and rapid manaor, "love, honor, und be
Forty yearn ago nearly tho whole of
Ohio was a dense forrest; now a resolu?
tion is introduced in tho Ohio Legisla?
ture to encourage tho cultivation of
A teacher catechizing his scholars, put
thequostion: "What was mudo to give
light to tho world?" " Matches 1 " cried
ono of tho youngsters, after a short
Daughter-"Well to tell tho truth I
did not think much of tho close of tho
sermon." Fut her--"Probably you were
thinking morn of the clothes of tho con?
.Tosh Billings says: "If a man haz got
$80,000 at interest and owns thu hbufio
he lives in, it ain't much trouble to bo a
MOBS FRAUDS.-The New- York Sun,
of Saturday, publishes a startling ex?
posure of alleged frauds and defalcations,
amounting to several million dollars, in
the stamp department of the Internal
Revenue Bureau. Commenting editori?
ally upon this statement, the Sun says:
"The stamps have been issued ?nd sold,
bat the money, to the amount of the
missing millions, has not been returned
to the Treasury. This statement is for?
tified by a considerable amount of evi?
dence, and we are assarod that there is
much more not yet produced. Our cor?
respondent alleges that the facts have
been for some time known to various pro?
minent persons, who have labored steadi?
ly and hitherto successfully to keep them
hidden. This subject is one of moment.
Let ns see whether the Republican ma?
jority in Congress will think it best to
pass it by without investigation."
According io Dr. Toner, the eminent
statistician, who has prepared a diagram
in regard to the relative longevity of the
sexes, and a curions table, showing the
number of children born to each thou?
sand women between the ages of fifteen
and fifty, there are but half aa many
ohildren born to the number of women
mentioned now as there were in the yest
1800. Dr. Toner's table farther showt
that there has been a regular decrease ol
births every decade. According to hi?
theory, tho depopulation of the world ii
but a matter of time-say of a few thou
Heretofore dogs have been cr?dit?e
with being in all cases the original pro
pagators of hydrophobia, and thousand
of iunoccut canines have been on tin
account doomed to death. But nov
there is said to be a victim of that ter
rible malady iu Chicago who was nove
bitten by a dog. Ho is a German, twen
ty-eight years of age, named Beiter, am
goes into spasms and convulsions at th
sight or thought of wuter. His paros
ysiDB are described HS dreadful, and th
doctors eau do nothing for bim.
Mr. Greeley says ho don't want a sta
tue while he lives, and adds, "after h
is dead-au event which he does cot cai
to hasten, even for the sake of astatae
if uuy should see fit to pile granite c
marble above his dust, he can make u
objection; but so long as he shall remai
in the flesh, ho is contant with the storn
I thrown at him promiscuously, and woul
rather not have any of them consolidate
i into a statue."
The other evening a gentleman ace
dentally gave a boot-black a five doll
piece, mistaking it in tho dusk for
j cont. Tho boy discovered the error
once, and what did the noble little f<
low do? Quietly pat it in his pock
and say nothing? No; spurred by a b<
ter impulse, he called all his comrud
aud generously spent every penny of
iu ne muta and lemon beer.
Tho other Sunday Mr. Spurgeon,
tho course of his sermon, "came dow
ou tho fashionable congregations w
take no part in the praise of God, 1
leave it all to bo done by a few voices,
by paid choirs. "It is wretched, it
horrible," said Mr. Spurgeon, "to sit
a church where such a custom is i
A Michigan paper thus delicately i
nounoes a death from a "non-explosiv
"Mrs. Maria Framely gave np tho 1
habit of using kerosene for kinaling fi
on Thursday last."
HOTEL AUEIVALS, February 8.-Nickel
Howie-3 Boll, F lt Lawson, N Y; Dr Golc
wifu aud two ohildren. Va; P 8 Whiam
Misses H McKaiu, M B Hutchinson, Cl
lotto; \Y Williams and family, Holly Sprii
G F ttoach and wife, Bonton; alias C L '
liams, VV H Lytas, Fairfield.
Columbia Hotel-H Hanford, N Y; H Gn
tree, Baltimore; J B Williams. York; J
Mayfield, Union; Z W Carwilo, H Hart, 1
Mien J Parker. Miss Hollingsworth, H C;
Seymour, J H Wuhrman, J D Blake, Chai
ton; Misa H Cartis, Chester; P Hoffa, Pl
delphia; L Goldsmith, NY; WP Wood?,
Slaysman, Baltimore; E H Barnwell and
Charleston; S U Gilbert ; A Karnoy, La;
Andrew-B, NC; O Hall, M W Gary. Edget
J S Richardson and lady, Miss K Richard
Miss A Blandiug, W manning, Sumter;
breeden. Miss A Breeden, Bonnettsville;
Norris and daughter, Clarondon; P S
liams, S C; F M Knowles, Va; M A Curti
C; ii F bryan, E L Had. Wilmington; Pli
Tompkins, Lancaster; W H Evans; T J Dr
W a Hook. 8 C; T W Caster, T B Weir,
Crayfort, U S A; J A Hovt, Anderson; (5
boo, N Y; J E Hagnod, Pickens; W H W
Charlotte; F D Buah, G aud C R It; J H
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TWO (2) GOOD FARM HANDS, mau
wife, or two single men. Apply tn
W. H. W1GC
Feb 1) 3 Columbia Dairy Kai
Friday, February 9,1872.
Togethor with the Accomplished Arti
WILL have tho honor of giving aele<
from THE LADY OF LYONS, MCI
III, ROMEO AND JULIET and THB
QUEEN; concluding with "A YOUNG W
Doors open at 7.4; commencing at 8 o'
Reserved soatsil; admission 75 cents,
eta at LyBrand's Muuie Store and at tl
THE undersigned bas just oponed s
IMPORTED CORDIALS,of various
embracing Perfect Lovo, Vanilla,
Anisette, otc. Also, Imported Marun
Curacoa aud Absinthe. T. M. POLLC
4TITUS Virginia Valloy BUTTER,
tl tubs Mountain Butter,
tl tubs rt ne Gooben Butter.
All mee and fresh and for sale i.ow.
Oct 1 L?RICK * LOW RAI
?Martin's Slicing Sub-Soiler and
fl'IIK undersigned having pureba*
X right for this state to mannfacti
sell the above plow, tho bent and cbeaj
introduced, desire* a reliable Agent al
County Court Henne in the State.
Oct 10 EDWARD H
Sale of King's Mountain Railroad.
Theodor? D. Wagner ?nd A ?bury Coward,
Trustees, vs. tha King's Mountain Itallroad
Company.-Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By H. H. D?LKO?.
IN pursuance of tho term? of a Mortgage
exeouied by tho Kings Mountain Rail?
road Company, on the 15th day of March,
18C6, and by virtue of the powera therein
granted, we will sell, at public auction, at
Charleston, 8. C., on WEDNESDAY, March
20,1871, at ll o'clock, at corner East Day and
The entire RAILROAD of the said Compa?
ny, Including tho bed and superatructures of
said Road, tue materials used in construc?
tion, the stations, station-bouse depots,
storo-hooaes, work-shops, machinery ana fix?
tures thereon, and all tue engines and rolling
stook, together with all the rights, privileges
and easement belonging or appertaining to
said Railroad Company.
Terms cash; purchaser? to pay for papers
and stamps. THEODORE D. WAGNER,
Jan 14_Tr na tana.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangements to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on band. Can only be bad
at W. J. BLACK'S,
Feb 4 Imo?_ Charlotte, N. 0.
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.
BRYAN & MoO ARTER
HAVE a new and elegant assortment of
SENTIMENTAL and COMIC
From 5 cents to $3.each. A discount to deal?
N. B. This is LEAP-YEAR-to the ladies.
A LWAY8 fresh, at CANTWELL'8,
/\_ Jan 311 Main street.
VALENTINES FOR 1872.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PRICES 10, 20, 30, 40, 60, 75 cents and tl
each; also, priceB at tl 25, up to $5, with
euvelopes to match any of thu above. Orders
by mail carefully selected and shipped,
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Bookseller*.
ONE puncheon "FINEST CAMPBELTON,"
of my own diroot importation, via New
j York. Tbia, by actual test, is 19 per cent.
1 over proof, and is pronounced bj all who
have teated or tasted it, aB the finest evar
brought to Columbia.
I Full stock old WINES and BRANDIE8.
I Holland OIN, Jamaica RUM, Scotch. Eng
i lieh and German ALES, London and Dubbo
PORTER, CUltAOOA and MARASCHINO.
I Moet and Cbaudon CHAMPAGNES, of tba
famous vintage, 18G8-finest of thu century.
Heaton able prices and full satisfaction gua?
ranteed. GEO. BYMMBKS.
Feb 8 _
Qr\A ?\?\(\ FEET OF LUMBER,
DUU,UUU 00.000 feet of well sea?
soned Flooriug on baud.
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lumber filled
at short notice. Apply at our Lumber. Yard,
on Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
address W. LOWRY A CO.,
Pot 28 gmo_Box 130. Columbia. B O.
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Bmokod Beef, for sale low. E. HOPE.
Fresh Biscuits and Crackers.
A LARGE assortment and choice variety,
jnat in and for sale low._E. HOPE.
BARBELS of LIMB, for sale low by
JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Just Kee ot ved,
ALARGE number of fine KENTUCKY
MOLES, which may be aoen at Charlea
Logan's Stables, corner Senate and Assembly
streets. W. 8. A J. M. TALBOT.
Mules and Horses.
A stock of fine MULES andI?W
HORSES cooBtaotlyon baud IBA
JPfPiat tho NATIONAL HOTELJCX
M 2a-STABLES. Liberal advances made
ou horses on consignment for sale.
Jan 13 Imo P. HAMILTON JOYNER.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Applv at
Jan 23 OITIZEN8'SAVINGS "BANK.
A LOT of fine Kentnckv
%m MULES and HORSES, Jn?t ar-rrt?f
WH? rived. Call at r ff ^
Bil fl DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Assembly street.
Fresh Garden Seeds. I
PEAS, Beans, Corn, Cabbage, and every
variety of fresh and genuine Seeds, for
salo hy FISHER A SILLIMAN, Druggist B, '
Jan20_Oppoalte Colombia Hotel.
?j (~\(~\ BOXES asForted CRACKER8.
1\/U 100 boxas aasort ed Canned Goods.
50 boxea Soap.
50 boxes Candy.
50 boxes Candled.
200 barr?la Flour.
50 barrels Whiokoy, ooming hi and in store,
and to which wo invite the attention of the
trade. LOKIOK A LOWRANCE.
?sf\f\ BABRELS POTATOES, consisting
??\J\J ot Pink Eyes,
Just received and for sale low, by
.faull JOHN AGNEW A 8QN.
Removal-To the Ladies.
jJW THE subscriber dosires to in
jjSs&h. form hor friends and the public
j?CH?that, on TUESDAY, the 6th
DMBffflfidc,y of February, 1872, she will
fMraSnf movo hor stock of MILLINERY
?ggtX$ffl a?d FANCY GOODS to tho Drv
&rfwB Gooda Houae of Mot-sr*. J. H. fi
ff/fit M- L KlNAKD. ?hero she will
?flat bo pleased to seo her old
wiri friends, and promises evory at?
tention to all who may favor her with a call.
Until tho ltit day of March, her present
largo ?tock of Goods will be offered at cost, in
order to make more room for a spring stock.
Thanking the public for their liberal patron?
age in the past, sho respectfully eoiicita a
continuance of the same.
Feb t_MBS. A. MCQOHMICK.
Blood and Liver Pills.
TO euro SICK HEADACHE, Sick Stomach,
Dizziness or Vertigo, Bad Taste in the
Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of tho
Heart, Ner?ouHno??n. Oonetipatinn, Pain.? m
? tho Breast and Back, Kidnoy Affection?.
To euro all Disorders of tho Livor.
To Rep?lala the Bowels.
To Purify the Blood.
To give "new lifo to tho whole 8y?tem, the
Blood and Liver. Cannot be sarnas sed. Try
onlv ono box; von will be convinced. For
sale only at HEINITSH'8
Jan ti Drug Store.