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SCRANTON, PA., April 2.-A furious
gale broke the trestle at Lackawanna,
when a uumber of men and boys fell 100
feet. The timber caught fire und seve?
ral perished in the flames.
TODKDO, OHIO, April 2.-The Repub?
licans carry tho city by an increased ma?
WASHINGTON, April 2.-Tho Supremo
Court, in tho case from Kentucky, where
two men wero taken from tho _ State
Court and convicted o? murder in tho
Federal Court, upon negro evidence,
reversed the judgment and remauded
tho case. Tho Supreme Court held that
the jurisdiction of the court below was
not sustained by the averment in the in?
dictment, that tho wituos3es were of tho
colored race and were denied tbe right
to testify in the State Courts.
In the Senate, Mr. Robertson sub?
mitted a letter, addressed to himself and
Senator Sawyer; from Genorals "Wade
Hampton, Kershaw and BI. C. Butler,
of South Carolina, denying they were
connected with tho Ku Klux organiza?
tion, or ever had been.
Blair remarked that the Senntor from
Vermont, (Air. Edmonds,) had, in the
same debate and at the samo time,
charged that tho counsel employed to
defend tho prisoners in South Carolina,
(tho Hon. Reverdy Johnson and the
Hon. Henry S tau bery,) had beooine dis?
gusted with the crimea which were
proved against their clients, and had
abandoned tho casa. He then sent to
the desk to bo read a letter of dato Fe?
bruary 19, 1872, addressed by Mr. John?
son to Gan. Wade Hampton. lu the
letter Mr. Johnson refers to tho state?
ment of Mr. Edmunds, which, he says,
is utterly incorrect and unfounded. So
far from having abandoned the enso, he
says that Mr. Stanbery and himself re?
mained at Columbia until their mission
was consummated. He also says that
there was neither tho slightest testimony
nor suspicion to convict tho three gen?
tleman, to whom allusion was made, as
having any concern with tho Ku Klux
movements, and he is satisfied that Mr.
Edmunds, whom he knows would not
consciously do au injustice, has boen
Edmunds said that common report
had aaid that Messrs. Johnson and Stan?
bery had abandoned the case, and ho
believed it then, and with nil due defer?
ence, ho believed it now. Concerning
his statements as to tho three persons
alluded to, he had been creditably in?
formed that ovidenco to criminate them
was in tho possession of tho officers of
the Government, and would be produced
at the proper time.
Blair was satisfied that thero was no
such evidence, and these gentlemen had
como to Washington demanding to be
confronted with the oharges.
Edmunds only repeated what ho had
been informed. If the gentlemen could
prove their innocence, ho would bo very
glad of it.
In the House, several land bills passed.
Mr. Dawes, from the Committee of
Ways and Means, offered a resolution
declaring in effect that the substitution
by the Senate, uuder tho form of an
amendment, of the Senate bill, entitled
"An Aot to roduce internal taxeH," Seo.,
is contrary to the provisions of the Con?
stitution, and is in conflict with the true
intent and purpose of that clause of thc
Constitution which requires that all bills
relating to tho revenue shall originato in
the Hoase of Representatives; and that
said substitute for the House bill do lie
on the table; and that the Clerk inform
the Senate of the action of the House,
together with the reasons therefor.
Dawes said a conflict of this nature
should always bo avoided, if possible,
and should never be made upoa trifling
matters. He had not offered the reso?
lution jost read without due regard to
the subject matter, and a desire, if pos?
sible, to avoid the difficulties suggested
by it. Ho had not offered this resolu?
tion as his owu, but with the advice nud
direction of the Committee of Ways and
Means. He proceeded to address tho
House, urging tho importance of tho
question, and claiming that the Senate,
in sending back, practically a new bill,
with even tho title changed, had in?
fringed tho olnuso of the Constitution.
Messrs. Cox, Nye, Garfield, of Ohio,
Butler, of Massachusetts, and Maynard,
of Tennessee, supported tho resolution.
The resolution wa? adopted by 153 to ?.
The steamboat bill was discussed to ad?
WASHINGTON, April 2.-82,275,000 of
three per cents, issued in August, 18G8,
have beeu called iu. Interest ceases
A fall Cabinet considered Granville's
letter. Nothing transpired.
Polo Barnabe, the new Spanish "Minis?
ter here, will present his credentials Fri?
Tho Secretary of tho Treasury de?
cides tho income tax on the salarios of
the President of the United States and
tho Supreme Judges unconstitutional.
The amount paid will bo refunded.
Sheridan and Augur have been direct?
ed to use extraordinary efforts to capture
and turn ovor to tho civil authorities
persons who raid from Mexico into
The Committee of Ways nod "Moans
deoided to report in favor of a specific
instead of an ad valorem tariff on books.
In DeLargo vs. Bowen, contestants
from South Caralina, tho elections com?
mittee will hear a motion to dismiss,
Bowon having accepted a pince in tho
Legislature nineo his ullogcd election to
Earl Granville's letter to Secretary
Fish was read at Cabinet mooting to-day.
It is very long, and consists of both
manuscript and printed matter. The
letter is argumentative against thc posi?
tion of tho United States on the subject
of tho Alabama claims, but expresses the
hope that tho two countries may eventu?
ally settlo thoir difference according to
tho spirit of tho treaty of Washington.
Tho tone is firm but fliendly. Some
days will elapse before Secretary Fish
will reply to this more than naoally long
diplomatic letter. Oar Government ad?
heres to its position to submit the entire
matter of claims, direct and indirect, to
the Geneva arbitrators, and is willing to
abide their decision.
Probabilities-Clear and partially
cloudy weather will prevail on Wednes?
day over the Now England and Middle
States, with Westerly to North-westerly
winds. Easterly to Southerly winds aud
increased cloudiness aro probable for
the South Atlantic States, with falling
barometer thence to the lower Missis?
sippi valley. Increased cloudiness, with
thrcatouing weather und rain will pro?
bably prevail from the Obio valley
North-westward. Tho area of rain over
the Western Gulf States wiH probably
extoud Eastward aud North-eastward
over the South Atlnutio States, aud to
tho Ohio valley. An area of low ba?
rometer is apparently advauciug upou
Southern California. Daugerous winds
are not anticipated for the Atlantic aud
BALTIMORE, April 2 -The Chesapeake
sugar refinery was damaged bj lire to tho
extent of $35,000.
Rev. Dr. Houston has commenced
suit against the Baltimore American (or
CINCINNATI, April 2 -Of the charter
elections iu thirty-one largo lowus, the
Republicans carry sixteen, tho Demo?
crats eleveu, and the Independents four.
The Democrats elect their whole ticket
in Cincinnati by 2,000 majority.
PHILADELPHIA, April 2.-The Supremo
Court dissolves the injunction restrain?
ing Bishop O'Hara from suspending
DETROIT, April 2.-The Democrats
have made gaius iu the charter elections
throughout the State. lu Evansville,
the Republicans beat the liberal Reform?
ers by 1,000 majority. Io Cincinnati,
the Democratic Judges were elected.
HARTFORD, CONN , April 2.-Jewell
has been elected by about 700 majority.
NEW YORK, April 2.-There is no
hope for Prof. Morse.
Eighty persons are involved iu the in?
dictments for old tobacco uud whiskey
revenue frauds. Not prominent.
A bill has been introduced in the Le?
gislature, fining newspapers Si,000 for
publishing abortion advertisements.
A man was sentenced to three years'
imprisonment and a flue of $400, for
furnishing straw bail.
Two deaths from spotted fever, yester?
day. Physicians pronounce it very con?
Morse's death is momentarily appre?
HARTFORD, April 2.-Jewell's majority
will not exceed 200, with the possibility
of a failure of eleotiou by tho people.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, April 2.--The Senate
passed the House bill compelling foreign
life insurance officers doiug business iu
this State to file a waiver to transfer
eases to United States courts.
NEW YORK, April 2-Eveuing.-Seven?
teen casos and seven deaths from small?
Five cigarette importers have beeu
held in $5,000 bail for attempt to de?
fraud the Government.
Some lugubrious speculator on the
disposition of all human affairs to fall
into decay, hos declared that tho palmy
days of Amerieau oratory are in the past.
We do not believe il. The following
speech in tho Illinois Legislature, on the
bill to restore the burnt records of Chi?
cago, has eloquence which should re?
assure every lover of English oratory:
"Mr. Speaker, I am opposed to this
bill, aud I nm coming down on it like a
June-bug on a potato vino. I have come
to pronounce its eulogy, as Mark Antho?
ny did over Cleopatra. I am a laboring
man myself, und I know what laborers
want, and I know that they don't want
any such thing as this. I've been in
chancery, and I know how it is myself.
After hanging in chancery till the law?
yers got my bottom dollar, I got my
oaso before twelve houest farmers, aud I
knocked the socks of! my antagonist
just like fulling ol? a log. Now, here's
King coming in hero with this hill to
help out tho legal fraternity and put
every man in Cook County into chan?
cery. I ain't nothing against my fricud
King, but I want to tell him right here
that my name's Jack, and a King oan
not, never did and never will take a
Jack. Look ut this section here, provid?
ing for masters iu chancery-masters in
chancery-yes, wo'll havo them in Chi?
cago thicker than ileus ou a dog, to eat
our substance and get fat on our misfor?
tunes. I call upon our hard-fisted yeo?
manry on tho Democratic sido of this
House to nip this thing in the bud-wo
don't waut it, and wo won't have it. Wo
have got along so for without it, and wc
can borrow all tho money wo want and
sell all tho proporty wo'vo got, without
going into chancery to do it. Now, Mr.
Speaker, though Nero fiddled when
Rome was burning, and Lycurgus played
soveu-up on his wife's collin, that is no
reason our people should bu gobbled up
in a ohnncory hopper after thoy have
beeu burned out und ground out of what
little they have loft."
Tho Presidential political army num?
bers in ono department 30,950 post?
masters, aud four years ago tho Secre?
tary of tho Treasury commanded auother
army of 17,000. Other departments
swell tho numbers, and 50,000 is about
the grand total of civilians who hold
office. Just tho rensou why tho country
eau have no civil servico reform is found
iu the fact that theso 00,000 men belong
to the bread-and-butter bricrude, of
which the Presidont is Chief, Boutwoll
aud Cresswell tho Lieutenant aud Mujor
Geuerals, and the remaining secretaries
only subordinates among tho command?
Sir Charles Mordauut has sued tho
publisher of a work on the peerage for
having credited him with a daughter
boru in 1803, tho said daughter being
the fruit of his wife's nlloged infidelity.
Financial and Couiuiarclal.
COLCMDIA, S. G., April 2.-Sales of
ootton, to-day, 01 bales- middling 21c.
LONDON, Ap 'I 2-Noon.-Consols
93%. Bonds 9fc#.
PARIS, April 2.-Rentes 55f. 75o.
LIVERPOOL, April 2-3 P. M.-Cottou
opened firm nod is now strong-uplands
11%@U??; Orleans 11%. Shipping at
Orleans ll 11-10. Bombay shipments
to 31st, 30,000.
LIVERPOOL, April 2-Evening.
Cotton closed strong-uplands ll%(n)
ll 'ii; Orleans 11%; sbippiug ut New Or
lolns 11%. Manchester advices moro
favorable. Over 35,000 bales of cottou
landed here since last Thursday by ships
from tho United States.
NEW YoitK, April 2-Noon.-Stocks
stroug and steady. Gold steady, at 9%.
Money light, at L-l?(?;}X per cont, per
day. Excbuuge-long 9%; abort 10%.
Govemmouts steady and dull. Cotton
firm-sales 2,019 bules; upland? 23%;
Orleans 21. Flour quiet. Wheat steady.
Corn dull aud unchanged. Pork steady
-mess i2.85(?? 12.S7. Lura quitt-alcuin
8??(? 8 13-10.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 5,071
bales-uplands 23%; Orleans 21. Flour
quiet aud firm. Whiskey 85. Wheat
spring dull and declining; winter firmer;
red winter Western l.G9@1.73. Uoru
in moderato request und unchanged
yellow Southern 72%; primo white Bal?
timore 75. Bien dull, at ?^t^?jfj.
Pork steady. Li rd less active and uu
chuugud. Freights unchanged. Sales
of futures, lo-duy, 21,000 balea, as fol?
lows: April 23(<i>23 3 10; May 23%(ft
23%; Juno 23131G@2315-1G; duly
23 13-16@23%; August23%; September
21%; October 20. Money very strin?
gent; us high as %o. commissiou paid.
Sterling 9^@9?$. Gold 9%(7hl0. Go?
vernments not so firm. New South Ca?
rolinas uud old South Caroliuas n shade
o O'; others dull und quiet.
?T. Louis, April 2.-Flour firm aud
best grudes buoyaut. Corn slow. Whis?
key steady, at 35. Pork easier, nt 11.50
(Ujll.75. Bacon dull-shoulders l1^;
olear sides 7. Lard 3.'4'.
CINCINNATI, April 2.-Flour and com
unchanged. Pork iu speculative de
maud and higher-held at 12.00. Lard
aud bacon dull nud unchanged. Whis?
LOUISVILLE, April 2.-Bagging firm,
at 17(<r,17%. Whiskey 83. Others un?
NORFOLK, April 2.-Cottou firm-low
middling 21-'.i; receipts 03U bales; bales I
100; stock 2,Ubi.
AUGUSTA, April 2.-Cotton quiet
middling 21%; receipts 350 bales; sales
MORILE, April 2.-Cotton firm-mid?
dling 22%(?22%; receipts ll bales;
sales 1,500; stock 30,711.
BALTIMORE, April 2.-Flour and wheat
quiet and firm. Corn better-white
05(i/0G; yellow 01(er;66. Provisions
steady; round lots dull. Lard-kettle
9(0,9%'. Whiskey 88%. Cotton very
firm and holders asking higher rates
middling 23\?\ receipts 358 bales; sales
300; stock 12,020.
NEW ORLEANS, Aprii 2.-Cotton
not ive-middling 22%; receipts 1,931
bales; sales 1,000; stock 118,212.
CHARLESTON, April 2.-Cotton stroug
-middling 22; receipts 03 bales; sales
100; stock 20,105.
SAVANNAH, April 2.-Cotton in mode?
rate demand aud holders reluctant to
sell-middling 22; receipts 1,527 bales;
sales 1,150; stock 13,852.
PHILADELPHIA, April 2-Cotton firm
WILMINGTON, April 2.-Cotton quiet
and firm-middling22; receipts 79 bales;
Bales 15; stock 3.0S8.
BOSTON, April 2.-Cottou quiet and
stroug-middliug 23,..("23%; receipts
810 bales; sales 100; stock 10,000.
TUE GIRL or THE PERIOD AT THE
PIANO -The Poet of tho Breakfast Table
gives this vivid description of the man?
ner in which a girl of the period makes
ready to play, and plays her grand
piano: "It was a young woman, with as
inauj- white muslin fiouuees round her
as tho planet Saturn lins rings, that did
it. She gave tho music slool a twirl ?r
two, aud Huffed down on to it like a
whirl of soap suds in n hnud-busiu.
Thon she pushed up her cull's as if she
was going to fight for tho champion's
belt. Then she worked her wrists and
hands, to limber 'om, 1 suppose, and
spread out her lingers till they looked as
though they would pretty much cover
thc key board, from the growling oud to
tho littlo squeaky one. Then those two
hands of ber's mudo a jump at tho keys
as if they were a couple of tigers coming
down on n flock of black and white
sheep, and tho piano gave a great howl
U3 if its tail had been trod on. Dead
stop-so still you could hear your hair
growing. Then another jump, and
another howl, ns if tho piano hud two
tails and you trod on both of 'om ut
once, and a clatter nnd scrumble and
string of jumps, up and down, back and
forward, one hand over tho other, Uko a
stampedo of rats and mice more than
like anything I call music."
A Chiueso doctor spoke as follows, in
response to tho application of a Buller?
ing Atnoricau iu California: ''Mo tinkce
you git well; nie know no; God see iu
bido; me no sec 'em. God heep can toll
when you get well; yon take him med'
cino, and Melican man's Josh Ity'in by
helpeoyou; may bo so; mo no somo keep
insulance ofiico, top side ailee sein Mel
licnn doctor. You pay ino twenty dolla
light now; you liken insulance you go
Glas u-Walley, um tinkce so yon ketchec
him insulance pnpor."
--4. . - -
A soldier who was an inveterate joker
nud punster, having had bis nose, left
cheek and a portion of Ins chin carried
away by a shot, in tho b itllc of Shiloh,
was asked by some of his comrades if
thoy could do anything for him.
"Boys," said ho, speaking ai well as ha
could in his mangled condition, "J.
should like u drink of water mighty well,
if I only had the face to ask for it."
CONVICTION OP A REDOUBTABLE THIEF.
The trial of "Dutoh" Heinrich, one of
tho moBt notorious and daring criminals
ia the country, waa concluded in New
York on Saturday. During the past ten
years, it is said ho has stolen $1,000,000
in the aggregate. Tho present indict?
ment charged him with steuling thirty
three $1,000 first mortgage bonds of the
New London and Appleton Railroad,
aud a promissory note, for which tho
bonds were held as collateral, from the
office of J. S. Kennedy & Co., bnnkors,
Cedar and William streets, in that city.
He was convicted, and sentenced to ten
years in the penitentiary.
It is about timo that pooplc in their
senses should abandon tho habit of
pointing fire-arms, which they supposed
not to be loaded, ut tho heads of their
friends "for fun." Too many instances
of very serious "fun" have occurred to
render the practice a pleasing ono. A
young man in the town of Otis, Mass.,
blow tho bend of his sister all to pieces
tho other evening by just this exhibition
of playfulness. Ho had "recently
washed the gnu, and had no idea that it
was loaded." Even supposing it had
not beou loaded, whore is tho rational
fun ul aiming it at people's hands?
Our German fellow-oitizeus, who think
so highly of tho "bier" of the father?
land, may be surprised to read the fol?
lowing statement from tho eolebrated
chemist, Baron You Liebig. In a letter,
prinlod a day or two ago, he said: "It ia
a peculiarity of the Americans that they
ni ike everything better than wo do. I
am convinced that American beer will,
in time, bc better than German. With
us, everything romains os it was. Tue
worst beer brewers ure- in Bavaria, though
it was curliest thc best. Aud why? Look
into our brewery system."
While Judge Bissel), of Fond du Lue,
was administering justico, thu other day,
some ouc in the room interrupted him
with loud talking. Tho Judge requested
the noisy individual to abut up. Thc
mau refused, whereupon the Judge de?
scended from thu bench and proceeded
to chastise him at a fair stand-up fight.
Judicial dignity got tho worst of it,
however, aud thc ermine coat-tails were
drabbled in the dirt. The Judge an?
nounced that the affair was a draw
game, and returned to tho bench.
Thc troops at Fort Richardson, Texas,
recently sent, tho following notice to the
citizens of Jacksboro: "Wc, the troops
ut Fort Richardson, hereby notify the
citizens of Jacksboro that it is resolved
that unless tho would-be authorities of
Jacksboro cease to prosecute members of
any company ut this post, their town of
infamy shall bo bumed over their heads,
and any citizen found in our camp, ou
purpose of arresting any soldier, shall
be killed or otborw?o demoralized.*'
An Irishman, a short time since, while
leading a jug through tho streets of
Lewistou, Me., wiished to fill his pipe,
and tied his piggy to the wheel ol n hack
while he charged" his "dudheen." In
the meantime, the Lackman, all uncon
cioiiH of thc weight attached to tho cur
rnige wheel, took his scot and drove ot!,
dragging thc pig after him. Pat was
last seen picking up struy pieces of pork
io the street.
An English gentleman has leased a
waterlot in Pulatka, Fla., for tcu years,
with thc design of putting up a moss
aud paper tactory. The moss will bo
manipulated into such things as hair
cloth, etc. The paper mill is intended
to manufacture paper out of our com?
mon saw palmetto. Paper made of this
material is now used by the bauk of
England for bank notes.
Wc regret to have to chronicle tho
death of Mr, O. lt. Browu, a citizen of
our County, which occurred Saturday
afternoon last. Ho received a severe in?
jury, about two and a half mouths ugo,
from his horse falling on him, from
which ho had never recoveied.
i Witiwtboro jWirs.
Tho number of clerks who are seeking
employment in New York to-day ia lu
meutabio. A gentleman met one as a
car driver who formerly had a salary of
$3,000 in a large mercantile house
James M. Law, E-q., has boon elected
Intendant, and D. R. Flcunikcn, James
Beaty, A. F. Gooding, G. H. McMastcr,
Wardens of Winnsboro.
Some ono has discovered that Mrs.
Southworth has killed over 700 peoploin
A DESIRABLE COTTAGE, contain.
? ing eight rooms, situated below the
" State House. Apply te E. I!El,
Main street, below State House.
April il 2*
Richland Lodge No. 39, A.F. M.
THE Regular Communication of tin*
'Lodge will be held in Masonic Hall,
.THla (Wednesday) 13VEXING, at S
o'clock. Uv order of the W. M.
April 3 1 ' G. A. HAULING, Secret arv.
ALL persons indebted to the late LETHE
PEAltDOWN, are hereby not iii od to
mal,o payment to nie; and all persons bavin:.'
claims against her estate ?iii present them,
dulv attested, to me.
LEWIS L. BIlOWN, Administrator.
April !} v. :i
?. H. 1IEINITSH,
Apotheker und Drog'ucrien Handler,
Main Strasse, gegctwber der I'lutnix Ojlict;
MOCHTE den geehrt n, Deutschen dieser
Stadt auzeigeii dass or ?t> ts di'- besten,
Arzneien Vorrathig hat, Bcsomlei's Deutsch
Camomille, Biulrchugriido Pillen, Kslscr
Pillen, Lcbflii's Elixir, Queen's Delight, Elna
Kalt lieber Kur, Lober und Lint Piden, und
amb re von uiisern Deutschen Laiidesloiisen
gessiicscno Medicinen. Als, auch ?lon
beneihmleu Doutschen "Bi 'ist Thee," < budges
gutes and radicilea heilmlttcl gegen husten
m. 1 crkaltnug.
Alle Fancy Artiekci gew?hnlich in cinew
Apotheke Gehalten bind Kits in besten
iiuswahl . errat big. A pi il :t '
Look Out for K. K.'i'.
March J- -JGil N C. sEEGEHS'
Oliver Ditson & O o.'s Standard Musical
CHEA P ! Ul- EXCELLED ! ?
BK Atm FUI. OCTAVO EDITION OF ORATORIOS AND
Creation. 50c; Messiah, 50; Israel in Egypt,
50; Judas Idacoabieus, 50; Samson, 75; St. Paul,
75; Elijah. $1; Atlialla, 1; Stabat Mater, 45c;
Hymn of Praise, 50; Wahmrgis Night, 75; AB
tho Hart Panta, -12 Ps, 38; Come let us Bing,
0"> Pu, 38; DSth Psalm,75; Hoar My Prayer, 38;
Woman of Samaria, fl, Oratorio Choruses
Buparate, 0c or.ch; GOc per dozen.
BEAUTIFUL OCTAVO EDITION OF MASSES.
Beethoven's Maas in C, 50c; Bordeuo'u in F,
75; Co.ttcone'u in F, 00; Farmer's In B Hat, 75;
Gounod's. Solennelle, 75; Haven's 31, -15; 1st,
2d,3d. -Ith. 7th,8th,each, 75; lGth.?l; DeMon
ti's.T?c; Mi/.art's 1st, CO; 12th, 45; l?th, 50;
2d, 7th, 9th, each, 75; Mercadante'a, 3 voices,
75; Niodermayer's in D,$1.25; Roaaini's Mease
Solennelle, 1.C0; Weber's in G, 50c; in E Hat,
75; Southard's in F, 33; iu B. 33.
Complete Optras, full vocal acoro, including
recitatives, $1 each. Faust, Fidelio, Martha,
Traviata, Sounamlm'a, Doa Oiovauni, Marri?
age of Figaro, Norma, Ernani, Preciosa, Tro
vatoro, Fra Biavolo, Lucretia Borgia, Lucia.
The above can he had of any music dealera or
the publisher*. Se nt, post-paid, on receipt of
price. OLIVER Dil SON Jo CO., Boaton.
G. H. DITSON Ac CO.,
April 3 wtli 711 Broadway, N. Y.
CS AND AFTER
THURSDAY, APRIL 4.
TO THE LADIES:
MUS. C. E. PEED will have
her opening of tho latcHt and
most fashionable styles of
; MILLINERY,Acc., eonaiating of
Straw and Lepborn HATS and
P ON NETS. Airo, LACES,
KID O LOVES, CORSETS, BUS?
TLES, with an elegant aesort
iii> nt of Ladies' and Misses'
SUITS, just selected in New
York and elsewhere, ail of which will ho eold
at t ho lowest prices.
Ladies and tho public in goueral will please
call and be convinced, that tho above aro
real facts. Infantb' CLOAKS, CAP3 and
N. B. Mr*. C. E. Bord has taken thc Grat
Crize, silvor modal, at the State Fair, for tho
est Millinery. April 2 G
Thursday and Friday, April 4 and 5.
MUS. A. MCCORMICK would respectfully
inform her friends, and thc public generally,
that sho has roturned from the North with
ono of tho moat elegant and varied stocka in
the Millinery line ever presented in this mar?
ket, consisting of MILLINERY GOODS of
every character aud description, of thc latest
and most approved styles, embracing Straw
and Fancy HATS and BONNETS, LACES,
KID GLOVES, CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS,
otc, with a tine assortment of Ladies' aud
Misses' Suits, which abo will sell at the lowest
figures fur cash.
Please call at tho store of J. H. Kinard,
where sho will be gratified in displaying tho
stock, and will ??uarautee satisfaction iu every
instance. MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
At J. ll. Kinard's, Main street,
March 31 o' Columbia, S. O.
-? -a- ?
BHs-y. UNDJUBTEDLY, wo have this
ffi?Ki?**lkseason tho bett selection of SILK
V _3flKU|OOODS, Straw Goode, White Gooda,
JtLi"*fwit^l und Imitation Hair Goods,
SyT Kibb na, Laces, Embroideries, La
2*^" /L dies' Uuder-wear, Made-up Suite,
?co., Acc., ever seen in any ono retail store in
South Carolina. Our pride is not in keeping
tho largest Mock, in having "stacks" of
goods, aa sonio expresa it, (for Ronerally,
j whore you dud "stacks," you will lind tho
pocrt-at*assortment,) hut our pride, is in keep?
ing a select ?tock of all goods belonging to a
dry goods, millinery and dres-3-making buei
noeH. Everything is bought with a etriet re?
gard for combining stylo and taete with
prices to suit our people. Samples of Dross
Goode, Ac, will bc sent by mail to all apply
Our business is organizad in three depart
monta, viz: Dry Goode, Millinery and Dress?
making. Millinery and Dress-making depart?
ments in charge <>f huhes of tho host ?kill and
taste to be had in tho city of Baltimore Or?
der your Spring Hat or Bonnet, which can bo
returned, if von aro not pleased.
JAMES W. FOWLER ifc CO.,
Proprietors Emporium of Fashion,
April 2|12l Abbeville. S. C.
J. H. KINARD,
Our D \or South Columbia Hotel.
IAM daily receiving and opening a large
and carefully selected stock of
This slock embraces everything desirable
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
With rt full assortment ot
I would request a call from my nunn rous
customers, leeling a SHU red that 1 can pre
ecnt ono of thc most attractive
Ever olTcred in Columbia, and will spare no
< Hort in a Hording aatislaction to all.
Mj personal supervisi?n has been given to
the st icctiou of tni:< stock.
J. K. KIN A HR.
March 31 0
TL'SC received, n complete -lock of MII.I
T.VBY GOODS. WM. GLAZE.
Ma vb l:t Imo
^L^i^LO tio n^Sa lee.
Valuable Property in Picke us County
IN pursuance ol a decretal order of the Cir?
cuit Court for Pickona County, I will aell
to tho highest bidder, for caeh, on sale-day
in May, at Picken? Court HouBe,
That desirable Heal Eetato known os the
"CRUIKSHANK TAN-YARD," situated on
Brushy Creek, waters of Saluda, near the
Air Line R?ilroad, and about eleven miles
from Greenville and ten milos from New
Pickona. Tho tract containa 717 acroa, of
which ?orno 430 acree are splendid virgin fo?
rest. Of the remainder, about 200 acree have
beeu cleared eincc the war and aro in a high
atate of cultivation. On the premires ia one
of tho beat Tan-yards in the State, and in
A comfortable DWELLING and all ne-ces
eary out -buildings, in good repair.
'ibis is a raro opportunity fur purchasing
good Real Eelale, in a County as distin?
guished for the good order of its society as
tor the salubrity of ita climate and the purity
ot itu water.
Ou the abovo promisee, on the Wedneedav
following, a large lot of FARM STOCK, con?
sisting of Horses, Cows, Oxen and Hogs, and
Plantation Tools, Cotton Gin and Screw,
Sugar Mill, UcWright's Mill and a Copper
Roller; a lot of Lime, Tan-bark, Tanners'
Tools, Ac, Ac.
The above ia sold aa the property of Gillam
and Aiken for thc payment of thc debts.
. JOAB MAULDIN.
March 31 Sheriff o? Pickcue County.
K'S" Greenville Enterprise and Fickena Sen
linet copy until day of sale.
A choice assortment
of Spring Cassimeres,
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.
- March 27_
.Ladies, Attention !
FULL STOCK of DRESS GOODS, now
ready for inspection, from 15 cents to
$1.50 per yard; White Peques, from
15 cents to $1 per yard; Linen Dress
Goods, at all prices.
Large stock of Lace and Linen Col?
lars and CU?LS, Parasols and Fans.
_C. F. JA0K80N.
We have the most
complete Stock ever
offered in this market.
Dolly Varden Silks,
Patent finish Poplins,
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
March 17 _
A Choice Selection
OF sr RING
DRY Gr O O D S
1 8 7 2 !
W. 3.LOVE & CO.
NOW opening daily nil the newoet styles in
DRY GOODS, comprising new and hand?
some designs in
DRESS GOODS. PIQUES, FROISSETTL
STRIPES, VIENNA SATINS, Ac.
In our stock will bc found tho finest, largest
and mont varied ?tock of
EMBROIDERIES, Lacee, Puffings, Standard
Cambric and Swiss Trimmings, Snow-Drop
Trimmings, Ribbons, Ac.
New Stylos CAMBRICS and PRINTS.
Ladies' READY-MADE GARMENTS, iu all
tho new styles.
Now Spring CASSIMERES, Cloths, Linens
Kn? lino of HOUSE KEEPING GOODS.
CARPETS, Mattings ard Window Shadcs
a full lino.
A determined effort has been made to ele?
vate tho character of our stock, in ali respects,
to a point of i xcelleuco beyond comparison.
OUR PRICES are not only LOW , but de?
cidedly BO, and ofton much below those ol
WE AIM AT POPULAR PRICES.
W. D. LOVE. B. ?. MeCREERY.