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LONDON, March j&Ur--By tho explosion
ot a safety iuse in a footory in Cora wall,
seven women were killed, one ia missing
and others will die..
NASHVILLE, March SO.-Mrs. Cat on
has presented the portrait of General
Jackson to the Legislature, in accord?
ance with Judge eaton's will.
LOUISVILLE, March 30.-The conven?
tion of railroad ticket agents has ad?
journed. The rates were revised and a
slight advance imposed. .
S AJ? Fn AN DISCO, Maro h 30.-A Mexican
officer, token for Porflero Diaz, says he
is Colonel Franoisco Nono, of Diaz's
staff..' Advices froin the volcanic conn
try North of Mojave River,! show, that
the . earthquake was terrific; twenty
three were Killed and thirty wounded at
Love Kine. Fifty houses were de?
molished and the town ruined.
NHW ORLEANS, March 80.-Speaker
Brewster, now acting as Governor of the
State,, made a speech, announcing him?
self for Grant, acknowledging the Pack?
ard Committee as the legal head of the
party; opposing Warmouth's re-nomina?
tion. . ,
Twenty-Swo stables here for the Me-,
. M AT Ail o HAS, March 80.-The Courier
Extraordinary, from Oamorgo, affirms
the defeat, of Gen. Rocha and his pro?
ALEXANDRIA, VA., March 30.-A fire
in Warrenton burned the Warrenton
Hotel and five adjoining buildings; loss
jt?PYoBE,. March 80.-Prof. Morse's
symptom H. are moro favorable.
A meeting of Germans was held last
night, to aid the movement in favor of
the piuoinnati Convention. Numerous
sub-com mi tte os were appointed.
NEW YORK, Maroli 30-Evening.-The
bondi robber, Henry Neumann, alias
Butch Heinrich, v/as oonvioted and sen?
tenced to ten years' imprisonment in
Judge Noah Davis, United States At?
torney, atajbes that the reported indict?
ment of ex-Distriot Attorney Samuel G.
Courtney is untrue.
The physicians report no change for
the bettor with Prof. Morse. He is un?
conscious, and his death is hourly appro
Charles A. Dana, en route from Wash?
ington hither, was arrested in Philadel?
phia,' for libel.
Five, suicides here Binoe yesterday
Another flurry in Erie; the price
reached 02but closed at G0@61.
The small-pox is increasing in Brook?
lyn. Tho hospitals have been enlarged.
Thu coroner's jury, over the lady who
died in .the dentist's chair, gave verdict
of deajsh from asphixia, but condemn
the manner,in which gas is manufac?
tured, and the careless manner in whioh
it is administered.
MniWATJExa, March 80.-J. P. Walker,
United States Senator in 1854, is dead.
ATLANTA, Marth 30.-The Trustees of
the University of Georgia met here to
" day, and organized the Agrioaltural and
Mechanical College, connected with the
college. They elected a President and
Faculty, in accordance with the Act of
Congress of 1862, donating lands to the
States. Gov. Smith appropriated the
whole land eorip fund to it. The college
goes into operation on the first of May
WASHTNQTON, March 80-Evening.
Col. Oban. H. Tompkins has been as?
signed Wharf Quartermaster for tho De?
partment of Texas.
Probabilities-The low barometer
over Eastern Kansas and Northern Mis?
souri will probably move North-eastward
over the lower lakes as quite a severo
storm. The area of. rain will extend
Eastward over the Middle States, but as
snow along the lower lake region, with
increasing to brivk Southerly to EuBtetly
winda during the night, and over New
England by and on Sunday morning.
Increasing Southerly winds and cloudi?
ness, with very probably threatening
weather, will prevail over tho South
Atlantic and Gulf States. Rising baro?
meter, North-westerly winds and dear?
ing weather are probable for the North?
west on Sunday, aud will gradually ex?
tend Eastward over the upper lake re?
gion and the Ohio Valley. Dangerous
winds are not anticipated for tho Atlan?
tic and Gulf coasts.
FROM HIS MOTHER'S GRAVE TO SING
SINO.-Edward Pluck was at tho bar of
tho General Sossions yesterday, and
when Recorder Hackett was about to
sentones him, an officer passed a piece
of paper to Assistant District Attorney
Sullivan. Hoving read it, Mr. Sullivan
asked tho court to ?bsp?nd sontenoo, and
order on offioer to attend tho prisonor to
his mother's funeral. The mother,
deeply effected by her son's disgrace and
prospectivo imprisonment, died on Sa?
turday, and her funeral was appointed
for yesterday. Her remains wore ac
. companied to a cemetary by her son as a
convioted felon. Ho was then taken
baok to the Tomba, to be sent to ?ing
Sing.-New York Sun.
NEW GERMAN JW AR SHIT3.-Tho now
ships now being constructed for tho
German navy are formidable. At the
Government dookyard of Wilhelmshaven
they are bqsy finishing the cuirassed
frigate Great Elector; at tho State es?
tablishment of Kiel the Freidrioh der
Grosse, a vessel of equally imposing
proportions, is rapidly approaching com?
pletion; while tho Barbarossa, the last
in this iron-elad trio, is in the hands of
tho Vulcan company at Stotin. Two
moro cuirassed frigates, the Metz and
the Sedan, are hoing constructed in
England; so that the Gorman navy will
reo9ive an addition of fivo first class
vessels in tho next four years.
The Russian Emperor is thc laziest
monarch in Europe.
Financial ?nd Commercial.
LONDON, Mn rob. 30-Noon.- Oom o IB I
93%. Bonds 92%. .
FRANKFORT, Marob 80.-Bonds 95%@
PARK, Marob 80.-Rentes 56f. 80o.
; NEW YOBS, Marou 80-Noon.-Stocke
strong and active. Governments firm.
Gold dal), at 10. Money firm, at 7.
Exchange-long Q%; Bhort 10%. State
bonds ateady. Flour quiet and un?
changed. Wheat quiet and steady. Corn
Unchanged. Pork steady, at 12.75. Cot?
ton quiet and unchanged-uplands 23>?;
Orleans 23%; sales 40G bales. Freights
7 P. M.-Bank statement-loons de
orease nearly 81,000,000; specie in?
crease noarly $2,000,000; legal tenders
decrease nearly $1,000,000; deposits de?
crease over $500,000. Money stringent,
bat closed easier, at 7. oarranoy to gold.
Sterling duU, at 9@9?<. Gold 10@i0%.
Governments not very aotive; opened
about >?o. lowor on b 20s of 1882-64-65.
and %o. better on 10-409, but dosed
strong, with an ad van oo of y?o. on 5-20s
of March atad November, and ??c. on
thoso of Januaryand July. State bonds
very dull; South. Carolinas new ap about !
%o. from Thursday's prices; Tonnessees
very quiet. Sales of futures to-day
16,300 bales, as follows: April 22^,
2215-16; Moy 231-16, 23#; June 23%,
23 11-16; July 23 11-16, 23%; August
23%; September 21,'?. Cotton easier;
sales 1,150 bales-uplands 23%; Orleans
23% f Flour quiet and steady. Wheat
activer npd l@2o. better-winter red
Western l.G7@l.70. Corn firm, at 71@
71%. Pork 12.75@12 87. Lard lower,
at 8%@9. Groceries quiet and firm.
CINCINNATI, March 30.-Flour steady.
Corn unchanged. Mess pork in fair1
speculative and local demand, at 11.75.
Lard nominal, at 8@8)?. Bacon quiet
and weak-shoulders 5; side3 6)<@7.
. ?T. LOUIS, March 30.-Mess pork
11.62. Bacon heavy-shoulders 5@5,L-4 ;
clear sides 7)?. Lard 8>?.
LOUISVILLE, March 30.-Bagging un?
changed and firm. . Provisions dull and
unchanged. Whiskey 85.
PHILADELPHIA, March 30.-Cotton
NEW OBLEANS, March 30.-Cotton
firm and in good demand-middling I
22,14; receipts 1,715 bales; eales 2,000;1
NORFOLK, March 30.-Cotton quiet
low middling 21; receipts 427 bales;
sales 100; stook 3,453.
SAVANNAH, March 30.-Cotton quiet I
and little doing-middling 21%; receipts
1,024 bales; sales 250; stock 16,521.
BOSTON, March 30.-Cotton quiet
middling 23)4; receipts 639 bales; sales
500; stock 15,000.
CHARLESTON, March 30. - Cotton
quiet-middling 22; receipts 478 bales;
MOBILE, March 80.-Cotton firm
middling 22%; receipts 8-12 bales; sales
1,000; stook 35,859.
AUGUSTA, March 30.-Golton quiet
middling 21J.< ; receipts 1,275 bolos;
BALTIMORE, Moroh 30.-Cotton firmer
-middling 22%@23; receipts 363 bales;
soles 130; stook 11,580.
: WILMINGTON, March SO.-Cotton
firmer-middling 22; receipts 116 bales;
Mr. L. T. Ile uley writes to the li ic li?
mon d Dispatch as follows:
I notice a statement in yonr lust num?
ber to the effect that B. Gray, Huron
County, collected and destroyed two
bushels of potato bugs last soason. If
these wero what aro known as tho bucho
moro, or blister fly, in South America,
whioh I have noticed on tho potato plant
since my arrival in this country, and he
had dried them instead of destroying
them, the French chemists, and, I sup?
pose, those in America also, would havo
gladly purchased and probably paid a
dollar a pound for them. I knew a man
who sold a considerable quantity in
Montevideo at five shillings por poand,
and the next season was applied to for
as many moro as ho conld collect The
best plan to preservo thom is by heat?
ing a tin or iron tray over n firo, and
shaking tho flies into the some-care,
of course, being taken not to burn
Mr. Greoley writes to a confectioner
in Boston that in making calves'-foot
jelly, the Barham breed should always
be selected. Take a live calf, placo tho
hind feet in a oom mill, and then com?
mence to turn, and tho jelly will flow
out in its crude state. Collect this in a
pan and throw awoy tho calf. When
properly stewed and flavored with tho
fruit of the axe-tree, it makes a delicious
oondiment, and is nibo good for bone
Ia the carno lotter, he denies that'
sugar plumB can be successfully grafted
on tho Mospilas or Japan plum. "Tho I
sugar-plum," ho says, "is the natural
fruit of the sugar-oano. While visiting
tho Sooth, I often saw colored children
gathering them from tho parent stalk,
ulready dono up in fauoy paper and blue
A Georgia nogress hos been arrested
for ruling her offspring with 1 'a rod of
iron." Sho nearly killed ono of thom,
and tho iron ralcr is likely to go to tho
: Zebodoo Kersey, who resided about
thrco milos from Bigh Point, N. C.,
while iu a stato of montai aberration,
han god himself on Tuesday last.
Toads sell freely in the English mark?
et for twenty-five conts apicco. They
aro used in gardens to oatoh flies and
clean the shrubs of insects.
A small and eelcot Indiana funeral
party was astonished by tho corpse ris?
ing to tako an active part in the exer?
Mrs. Sol. Smith Russell (Louisa Ber?
ger) died at Jackson, Michigan, on tho
2l8t instant, from disease of tho kid?
' . COUNCIL CHAJIBBB.
COLUMBIA, S. O., March 29, 1872.
Council re-assembled at 4 P. M. Pre?
sont-His Honor tho Mayor; John Alex?
ander, and Aldermen Cooper, Danny,
Goodwyn, Hayne, Miuort, Mooney, Si?
mons, Smith, Taylor, Thompson and
Wigg. Absept-Alderman Wallace.
. On motion o? Alderman Wigg, it was
Resolved, That apon the conclusion of
tho business of this meeting, that Conn
oil take a rocosa until Thursday, April 4,
4 P. M.
Alderman Wigg, from Special Com?
mittee on City Hall, reported the follow?
Resolved, That tho City Clerk adver?
tise that an eleotion for an architect of
now City Hall will be held by Ooanoil
on Thursday, April 4, 4 P. M., and that
applicants for the position hand in their
letters on or before aoid date, and that
tho salary of said architect bo fixed at
Ou- motion of Alderman Wigg, the
blank in the resolution woe filled by in?
serting the words "fifteen hundred."
The resolution, as amended, was
Alderman Cooper, from Committee on
Streets, to whom the petition of the Su?
perintendent of tho Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad was referred, re?
spectfully reoommend that the petition
be granted, and that the City Clerk and
Treasurer be authorized to mako a re?
mission of taxes from the next year aa
prayed for in said petition, and that tho
Railroad Company bc allowed until 1st
August, 1872, to complete the opening
of Boundary street. Adopted.
- Alderman Goodwyn, Chairman Com?
mittee on City Clock, reported favorably
on proposition of Western Union Tele?
graph Company, relativo to tho erection
of "electrical time ball."
Aldermen Mooney and Simons, mem?
bers of said committee, rose and stated
they dissented from the report.
Alderman Thompson moved to post?
pone tho further consideration of thc
mutter until thc next regular meeting.
Not agreed to.
The question being taken on agrooing
to the report, it was decided in the ne?
Alderman Smith, from Committee, on
Schools, reported on petition of the
Misses O'Callahan, teuchors of free
schools, by the folio wi ug resolution:
Resolved, That one free school bo
established in tho city of Colombia, to
bo known as the Columbia Freo School,
and that nt next regular meeting of I
Counoil a teacher of said school bo
The following rcsolntion, introduced
by the Mayor, was adopted:
Resolved, That tho City Treasurer be
directed to refund to Mr. William
Mooney taxes paid for 1871-72.
Alderman Denny, from Committee on
Accounts, reported back the following,
and recommended payment, which was
adopted: 0. E. Thomus Sc Co., Cooper &
Taylor, Sxith A: Simons, Fagan Bros.,
J. Crews, W. S. Pope, Alms House;
Cooper Sc Taylor, J. Crews, W. S. Pope,
Hospital; Stannard Sc Co., Cooper Sc
Taylor, J. M. Crawford, W. E. Jeffries,
W. Hoyward, J. R. Price, Wm. Prioe,
Street Department; Cooper Sc Taylor, A.
Palmor, Fagan Bros., C. Hamberg,
Guard House; A. Palmer, John Alexan?
der, Goldsmith & Kind, Wuter Depart?
ment; C. Hamberg, J. Crews, Fagan
Bros., Council Chamber; Cooper & Tay?
lor, Market; Bryan Sc McCarter, Clerk's
Omeo; Carolina Printing Company,
printing account; John Alexander, r>ity
boll; Dr. G. S. Trezevaut, examination
pauper lunatic; Cullimbin Gus Light
Account of E. MoKennn, for services
as freo school teacher, from March 1,
1871, to March 1, 1872, at 835 per
month, was presontod, and, on motion of
Alderman Wigg, laid on the table.
Alderman Goodwyn introduced tho
following resolution; which wus adopted:
Resolved, That tho time for final pay
meut of taxes on real and personal pro?
perty be entended until Jane 1, 1872.
Alderman Goodwyn introduoed the
following resolution; which was adopted:
Resolved, That the City Treasurer bo I
instruotcd to pay to Mr. B. Holmes tho
sum of ten dollars, for services rendered
in attention to graves at city burial
Petition of Mr6. A. J. Clarkson, for
refuudment of tax paid on property sub?
sequently ascertained to be without thc
oity limits. Referred to Committoo on
Ways and Means.
Communication of William Robinson,
preferring chargo against Polioenian B.
Nott, of detaining stolen goods, tho pro?
perty of Mr..Robinson, and requesting
On motion of Alderman Wigg, tho
hearing of tho coso was postponed until
Thursday, April 4.
On motion, Council adjourned.
WILLIAM J. ETTER, City Clerk.
Tho "deceased wife sister's rnarriago
bill" is again up in Parliament, huB
passed to a second rending, and has
given riso to tho usual violent cud acri?
monious debato which invariably charac?
terizes its introduction. It is strange that
tho opposition to a mensuro so harmless
in operation should have been fanned
into a flame of fury, and bo classed by
its opponents as a rod republican inno?
vation, destinod to nndormine tho vory
foundations of sooioty. At this distance,
where moro considerato councils prevail,
and wbero a man's domestic affairs aro
looked npon ns bis own exclusivo busi?
ness, whilo within tho palo of Christian
law and usage, this strife oan only be re?
garded as n virtual tempest in a tea-pot.
At a school whoro words wore "given
ont" for subjects in composition, a
"ranto inglorious Milton," produced at
sight this sentence on tho word "pane?
gyric:" "A few drops of panegyric,
givon on a largo lump of sugar, is oftou
best for au infant with tue stomach
The ; iErial Telegraph Compaoy, of
England, proposes to telegraph across
the ocean without the uso of a cable, and
without employing the galvanic battery;
in fact, it oners to get rid of the whole
mechanism of telegraphy as at present
existing, and to UBotbe electricity always
tobe found in the atmosphere as the
sole agent of communication. The mo?
dus operandi by which this new marvel is
to be effected has not y of been made
o ? ?
The latest achievement in sewing ma?
chines is the successful introduction of
what is known as the "carpet-sewer.'
It ie an "automaton," and arranged to
mn along the room?and sew the breadths
of carpets together as it is propelled by
the operator, who,ut the same time does
the sewing with an ease which is really
THE OLDEST MASON.-The question as
to who is the oldest Mason, has set the
"elders" of the craft to looking into
their connection with it. Mr. T. W.
Johnson, of this city, dates his interest
in the mystio order back to 1817, when
he joined St. Andrew's Lodge, No. 10.
Bonnets aro very high this season, and
tho trimming is all placed on tho top.
They are made to lit close to tho head,
and have ribbon strings fastened with a
small bow under the chin.
A young man, named Monroe Grady,
was ran over by a train of oars, in Wil?
mington, N. C., on Friday last, and in?
stantly killed. Be was a train hand,
and was endeavoring to uncouple two
cars, when tho accident occurred.
Tho Euphrates Valley Railroad, soon
to bo begun, will bring Bombay within a
week's ride from London. Verily, the
Tho Chicago sufferers paid over S3,OOO
to hear Charlotte Cushman read last
Richland Lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
A AN Extra Communication of thia
.w%gr'Lo?"0 will he held iu Masonic Hall,
/V\TO-MORROW (Monday ) EVENING, at
8 o'clock. Tho F. C. Degree will he conferred.
By order of tho W. M.
Marchall G. A. DARLING, Secretary.
Oolumbia Building and Loan Associa'n.
ri^HE regalar monthly meeting of tho Co
\_ lumhia Building aud Loan Aasociation
will ho hold in Tnmpcranco Uall, TO-MOll
BOW (Monday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. By
order . f thc Preeideut.
March itt 1 A. G. BltENIZER. Secretary.
COLUMBIA, S.JC., March 20, lb72.
TUE following extract from thc '.Election
'Law" is published for general informa?
SEC.9. All bar-rooms, caloona and other
placea for tho sale of liquors hr retail, ?hall
bo cloeod at C o'clock of tho evening preceding
tho day of auch election, and remain closed
until C o'clock in tho morning of the day
thereafter, and during tho time aforesaid, tho
aalo of intoxicating liquors ia 'prohibited.
Any person duly convicted hoforo a competent
court of a violation of thia pcction, shall bo
punished by a Que not exceeding fifty dollars,
or by imprisonment notexecodingsix mouths,
or by both such Que and imprisonment, in
tho tliecrotion or tte court.
Tho regular and Bpecial po?conicn have
buen instructed to report ull violations ot
March 31 2 Ju UN ALEXANDER, Mayor.
J. H. K! N ARD
One Door South Columbio Hotel.
AM dally receiving and opening a hugo
and oarofnlly selected stock of
Thia ?tock embraces everything desirable
FANCY. GOODS, ?c.
With a full asscrtn:eni oi
I would request a call from my numerous
customers, tooling aaiurcd that l ean pro
Bent ono of thc moat attractive
Ever offerod in Columbia, and will tpare uo
effort in affordiug sntiaiaction to all.
My personal supervision has been given to
tho selection of t?ia stock.
J. H. KINARD.
Thursday and Friday, April 4 and 5.
MRS. A. MCCORMICK would ro?pcctfnlly !
inform her fr i onda, and tho public genorally,
that abo has returned from thc North with
ono of tho most elegant and varied stocks iu
the Millinery lino cvor presented in thia mar?
ket, consisting of MILLINERY OOOD9 of
overy character and description, of the latest
and moat approved styles, embracing Straw
and Fancy HATS and" BONNETS, LACES,
KID GLOVES, CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS,
otc, with a fino assortment o^Ladlos'and
Mi-iaea' Sulla, which abo will adi at thc lowest
flgnroa for cash.
Ploaso oall at tho store of J. H. Kioard,
whore sho will bo gratified in displaying tho
atot-'k, aud will guarantee satisfaction in every
instance MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
At J. H. Kinard's, Main street,
March 31 C Columbia, S. C.
FULL STOCK of DBESS GOODS, now |
ready for inspection, from 10 cents to
$1.50 per yard; White Peques, from
15 'cents to $1 per yard ; Linen Dross
Goods, at all prioes.
Large stock of Lace and Linen Col?
lars and Culis, Parasols and Fans.
C. F. JACKSON.
The following nominations for Aldermen of I
Ward Mo. 3, it is believod, will be supported
by tho people: Pago Ellington, W. B. Galick,
G. Dicrcka._M ar oh 20
Notice to Architects.
OFFICE CITY CLERK,
COLUMBIA, 8. G.. Maroh 20,1872.
AN olootion for an ARCHITECT, to super?
intend the construction of the new Oily
Ball, will bo bold at mooting of Connon,
[Thursday, April A, 1872, at 4P. M. The
salary is ?1,500. Applicants will hand in pe- 1
I titious to undersigned prior to ?aid date. By
order Council. WM. J. ETTEB,
March 30 1 City Clerk.
MOT South Carolinian copy._
P.EGARDLESS of the fact that the live In?
diana of tho Weet and the Ku Klux of tho
South aro in the city, BUFFALOES hara
mado their appearance also.
Now ia thc timo for a grand buffalo hunt.
The "Indian Girl" wiil act aa guido.
Chango of Schedule for Camden Train.
BOOTH CABOLINA RAILBOAU COMPAXY,
ON and after TUESDAY. April 2, 1872, the
Train from Camden to Ringville will con*
tinue to run daily, hut between King ville and
Columbia tri-wookly, Mondays, Wednesdays
Leave Camden at 015 A. M., arrivo at Ring?
ville at 9 A. M., and at Columbia at 10.10 A.
Leave Columbia at 1.45 P. M., Ringville 3.40
P. M., a ul arrivo at Camden 0.25 P. SI.
By order. A. L. TYLER,Yico-Prcuidant.
S. B. PICSENS, General Ticket Agent.
N. C. Seed Corn.
HAS been ncleoted with care for thirty
veara. A few bushels for aalo hv
March 3 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
5,000 Live Indians Just Arrived.
rilHEY aro pitted agaiuat John Soegcra''
JL 10,000 K. K.'H, at the odds. But all may
cud in smoko. GEO. SYMMERS.
_ March 20_
Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
AFULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FAMILY
GROCERIES, in all their vari?lica. BeBt !
branda Champagnea, Wiuea, Liquors. A-o.,
suitable lor Christmas, on hand and for aalo
low, hy JOHN AGNEW & SON.
Look Out for K. K.'S !
March 23_JOHN C. SEEGERS'.
North Carolina Hay.
f"7X BALES good N. C. HAY, for sale low,
/ D hy_E. HOPE.
TONGUES. Beef, Salmon, Breakfast Bacon.
Davis Hams, Iloulogna Sauas&go and
Mouutuin Venison Hams.
March 22_GEO. SYMMERS.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of tho above WHISKEY on
hand, and having made arrangementa to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Motz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can onlv ho bad
at W. J. BLACK'S,
March 27 Gmo_Charlotte, N. C.
The Annual Meeting of the South Ca?
rolina Medical Association for 1872 I
TTTTILL he held in Columbia, on the third
W TUESDAY (10th j of April. Where no
County Society ia organized, tho phyaicianb
will send delegates. Arrangementa will bo
made willi tho railroads to pass members
and delegated for one fare.
T. GRANGE SIMONS, M. D.,
March 27 wino Recording Secretary.
A Fair Pcnsnian,
"ITTnOSE business does not ocenpy hie ?
j Yv afternoons and evonings, desirea to
engage m WRITING of any kind, to employ
his 1 CHU te timo. Has had considerable expe?
rience in tho writing required in railroad de?
pota. Address "R," Post O?ioo Kov Box No.
min tn ii. i
We have the most
complete Stock ever
offered in this market.
Doily Varden Silks,
Patent finish Poplins,
H. 0. SHIVER & CO.
Dissolution and New Firm.
H HIE firm of CHILDS .V WILEY having
JL buen dissolved thin day, by L. D.C'uii.na
selling his int croat to Id. L. KINAHP, the
business will he continued in tho n.uno of
KINAHP ?V WILEY.
COLI MMA, S. C., March 23,1872.
Mardi "1 l:ao
Axiotion ?gilo ?.
City Xofi af Aucffon,
BY D. C. PEIXOITO & SON.
TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, let day
of April,,(nak'-day.) in front of the Coart
Hoaae, at 10 o'clock, we will sell, without
EIGHT CITY LOTS, located on Divine, be?
tween Bull and Marion streets.
Lot No. 1, bounded on the North by Divine
street, on the East by Bull street, on the
Bouth by Peixotto, on the Weat by Lot No. 2.
The aaid Lat measures front on Divino street
52 feet, and runs back on Bull street 208 feet,
moro or less.
Lot No. 2, of the same dimensions, West ot
Lot No. 3, of the same dimensions, West of
Lot No. 4, of the same dimensions, West of
Lot No. 5, of tho same dimensions, Weat of
Lot No. G, of the same dimensions, Weat of
Lot No. 7, of the same dimension*, West of
Lot No. 8, of the same dimensions, West ot
the above, on the oorner of Divine and Ma?
rion streets. The above lots are all well lo?
cated, and desirable building lots.
TKUMB or SALI.-One-half caab; balance in
ono year, secured by bond and mortgage,
bearing interest. Farchaaer? to pay ua lor
papera and aUmpa._Maren 31 1
Neal and Desirable Cottage.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY next, April 1, at 10 o'clock A. M..
in front of the Court House in this city, wo
will sell, without reserve,
All that LOT, with desirable COTTAGE
thereon, situated on Barnwell street, between
Gervais and Sonate atreeta, measuring front
on Barnwell street 104 feet, more or leas, and
running back 208 leet, more or less. The
houeo contains five upright rooms, pantry,
dreading and basement rooms. On tue pre
mieos aro all necessary out-bnildingB, and an
excellent garden, with choice fruit trees. The
above hounded on the East by Barnwell street,
North by Tren holm, West by Richard DaviB,
and on the South by Mrs. R. Kirkland.
Tanais OF SALE.-One-half cooli; balance in
ono year, secured by bond and mortgage,
bearing interest at eeven per cent, per an?
num. Purchaser to pay ua for papers and
stamps._March 20 tuwthm
Valuable Property in Pickens County
IN pursuance ot a decretal order of the Cir?
cuit Court for PickeuB County, I will sell
to tho bighoBt bidder, for cash, on sale-day
in May, at Piokens Court House,
That desirable Boal Estate known as thc
"CRUIKSHANK TAN-YABD," aituated on
Brushy Creek, waters of Saluda, near tho
Air Lino Railroad, and about eleven miles
from Greenville and ten miles from New
Pickens. The tract contains 717 acres, of
which some 450 acres arc splendid virgin fo?
rest. Of the remainder, about 200 acres have
been cleared since the war. and are in a high
state of cultivation. On the premises is one
of the best Tan-yarda in tho State, and in
. A comfortable DWELLING and all neces?
sary out buildings, in good repair.
This IB a raro opportunity for purchasing
good Real Estate, lu a County as distin?
guished for the good order of its society as
For the salubrity ofits climate and the purity
of its water. ?
ALSO, I OC
On the above premises, on tho Wednesday
following, a largo lot of FARM STOCK, con?
sisting of Horses, Cows, Oxen and Hogs, and
Plantation Toole; Cotton Gin and Screw,
Sugar Mill, McWright's Mill and a Copper
Boiler; a lot of Lime, Tan-bark, Tannera'
Tools, Ac, Ac.
The abovo ia sold as tho property of Gillam
sud Aiken for the payment of tho debts.
? JOAB MAULD1N.
March 31 Sheriff of Pickena County.
83~ Grecnvillo Enterprise and Piokena Htn
tinel copy E til day of sale._
A Choice Selection
1 8 7 2 !
W. D. LOVE & GO.
NOW opening daily ali the newest tty les ic
DRV GOODS, comprising new and band?
e?me designs in
DRESS GOODS, PIQUES, FROISSETTL
STRIPES. VIENNA SATINS, Ac.
In our block will bc found the finest, largest
and mott varied steck of
EMBROIDERIES Laces, Puffin RP, St and aro
Cambric and Swiss Trimmings, Snow-Drop
Trimmings, Ribbons, ?c.
Now Stvles CAMBRICS and PRINTS.
Ladies'READY-MADE GARMENTS, in al!
the now etylcB.
New Spring CASSIMERES, Clothe, Linenf?
Full lino of HOUSE KEEP1NO GOODS.
CARPETS, Mattings and Window Shades -
a full line.
A determined effort has been made to ele?
vate the character of our etook, in all respects,
to a point of excellence Loyond comparison.
OUR PRICES aro not only LOW, but dc
cidedlv eo, and often mach below those c:
WE AIM AT POPULAR PRICES.
W. D. LOVE._B. B. McCREERY
JUST TO HAND,
A choice assortment
of Spring Cashmeres,
for men and boys, from
Virginia, Woolen Fac?
These goods we war?
rant to be No. 1. No?
thing shoddy about
them. Call and ex
PORTER & STEELE.
I March 27