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MADRID, April 5.-EaparteroB, Da
goata and Topeta were beaten for the
LONDON, April 5.-The House of Gom?
mons has re-assembled. Bonham Garter
succeeds Dobson as Chairman of the
Committee- of thd Whole,
i The agricultural laborers of Cam?
bridgeshire have struck for higher
LONDON, April 5.-A despatch from
Yeddo announces that twelve persons at?
tempted to assassinate the Mikado of
Japan, but were unsuccessful. Two
were captured and ten escaped. Great
uneasinass oxists. Orders have been is?
sued forbidding foreigners to go beyond
the limits of Yeddo.
American Intelligence .
WASHINGTON, April 5.-The House
passed'a bill changing the boundaries of
the collection district of Brazos de
Santiago, Texas. A resolution asking
information regarding surveye for im?
provements of the port of Mobile passed.
A bill protecting sailors was up.
In the Senate, a bill granting a right
of way from Salt Lake City to Portland,
Oregon, was passed. Tho Ways nod
Means Committee decided to lix the
tariff at twenty per cent, ad valorem
upon paper used for books, magasines
and newspapers, of sizes not less than
thirty-two by forty-six inches; and
thirty-five per cent, ad valorem upon
letter, note and foolscap paper.
NEW YORK, April 5.-Small-pox hos
appeared in li ?ber m un Hospital, up
Jadge Benedict decides the steamer
Columbia forfeited to tho Government
on acoonnt of segara smuggled in 1870.
ST. LOUIS, April 5.-Yeager's flouring
mill was burned to-day.
A railroad accident ocourred at Bright?
on, Illinois. It is reported eight per?
sons weie killed.
RICHMOND, April 5.-The United
States Circuit Court aflirms tho decision
of the District Court, that the Virginia
laws regarding sample merchants arc un?
SAN FRANCISCO, April 5.-A volcano in
Colima Mexioo, which has been threat?
ening for two yoars, is in full eruption.
ST. Louis, April 5.-The horse-shoers
struck ngainst machine made shoes.
The Western and Southern Biilway
Association will meet ia Atlanta, on
Tuesday next. Superintendents to ar?
range time tables will moet at the same
CHICAGO, April 5.- D?y, of Day, Al?
len & Co., suicided. Ho was insane
over fire losses.
HABRISDURG, April 5.-Tho Legisla?
ture adjourned sine die without electing
a Speaker, McClure voting for Strong,
?whereby a majority for either a Republi?
can or Democrat was prevented.
PITTSBURG, April 5.-The iron manu?
facturers have advanced all sizes of iron
three-tenths of a cent per pound and
nails twenty-five couts per keg.
WASHINGTON, April 5.-Matamoras
specials state that the revolutionists were
completely destroyed in Cinaloa. Ma?
zatlan has returned to her allegiance.
Booba is pursuing operations against
Ooahnila and Nueva Leon. Advices
from Montevideo report the revolution?
ary forces dwindling and the men re?
turning home. An early evacuation of
Gamargo is reported. Government
troops are moving toward Saltillo.
t PHILADELPHIA., April 5.-The Knick?
erbocker loe Company's stables were
burned, to-day, with many horses. The
watchman, who entered the burning
building to save his boots, perished.
Dr. Samuel Jackson Emeritae, Pro?
fessor of the University of Pennsylva?
nia, is dead; aged 85.
Nsw YORK, April 6-Evening.-At a
meeting of the Republican Central Com?
mittee, Phillip Frankenheimer suggested
that twenty-one be chosen from the Cen?
tral Committee to attend the Cincinnati
Convention. Daniel Oliver spoke in
favor of the Cincinnati movement, and
moved the election of delegates at a sub?
sequent meeting to go to Cincinnati.
Other gentlemen spoke to the same pur?
pose, and it was announoed a special
meeting would bb necessary to arrange
as to tho reform convention.
The legal authorities are consulting as
to the steps necessary to stay tho general
jail delivery threatened by the decision
declaring the conrt of Bpeoial sessions
illegal, The Distriot Attorney is to re?
sist all application for the release of con?
victs. Meanwhile the court is to be re?
organized in accordance with law.
The Morris and Essex Railroad shops
were burned to-day; loss $70,000. A
large number of workmen are out of
WASHINGTON, April 6-Evening.-The
Committee on Freedmen's Affairs of the
House is considering a bill abolishing
the Freedmen's Bureau. A letter from
General Howard says it will require
$100,000 to wind up the concern,
Foll Cabinet, except Delano. Gran?
ville's note was hot discussed.
Barnabe presented his oredentials to?
day. The Admiral made the following
remarks on the occasion:
"Mn. PRESIDENT: In having the
honor to deliver to your Exoellenoy
the royal lettors which accredit mo as
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary of his Majesty King
Amadeus, first near the Government of
the Unitod States, it is very pleasing
to me to express to yonr Exoellenoy the
sincere wishes of his Majesty the King,
and of the Spanish Government, ioit a
continuation of tho friendly relations
which have evor existed between tho
United States and Spain, and of their
constant desire to draw their relations
daily oloscr. It shall bo my task faith?
fully to interprot theso friendly relations,
and relying upon your Excollenoy's good
will, and tho zeal with which I shall en?
deavor tofulliil this mission, I trust that
I ehall bo ablo satisfactorily to accom?
plish tho desires manifested by tho King
aud thu Government of Spain. I trust,
Mr. President,, that raj hopes and pur?
poses may be fulfilled, and I beg y Op, at
the same time, to accept the expression
of my professed respect for yourself
To which the President replied as fol?
"ADMIRAL: I heartily reciprocate the
wish you express on behalf of your
sovereign and of tho Spanish Govern?
ment-that the friendly relations whioh
have always existed between tbo United
States and Spain may not only be main?
tained unbroken, but may daily be
strengthened. It is hoped that your
disposition, to promote this policy may
lead to results not yet accomplished,
but whioh, for some time past, have
earnestly been sought by this Govern?
ment, in its diplomatio relations witn
yours. You may be assured that for
this purpose, I shall oo-operato with all
tho means whioh may be in my power."
In the Senate, Friday, tho 19th, was
assigned to the Pacific Railroad Com?
mittee. Abbott's claims for a Senato?
rial Beat from North Carolina comes up
Thursday. The French spoliation
comes up Wednesday. Tho Indian ap?
propriation bill was discussed all day.
In tho House, a bill authorizing the
appointment of an assistant United
States Court Clerk, at the suggestion of
the olerk and nt his cost, passed. A bill
oreating shipping commissioners for the
protection of sailors passed. A bill
paying the officers and crow of tho
Kearsagc $190,000 for destroying the
Alabama passod. The army appropria?
tion bill passed.
The following resolution was passed
by the National Telegraph Morse Memo?
rial Association, this afternoon:
Whereas tho United .States House of
Representatives has pluced the hall at
the disposal of this association for the
purpose of holding a memorial meeting
in honor of the late Samuel F. B. Morse,
on Tuesday, April 10, and prominent
members of both Houses of Congress
have consented to address tho meeting;
and whereas the telegraph wires have
been freely placed at tho disposal of this
association for that evening; therefore,
Resolved, That tho municipal authori?
ties of the cities aud towns of tho United
States aro hereby invited to call meet?
ings of asimilar character in their several
localities, on the same evening, in order
that tho meetings may bo in telcgrupb
communication, and thus a simultaneous
expression bo given to tho national grief
on the occasion of this irreparable loss.
John H. Lester, to-duy, recovered
$75,900 in tho Supremo Court, against
tho Union Manufacturing Company, of
Richmond, Va., fo?- tho value of ma?
chinery ho furnished thom. Tho com?
pany alleged that they paid him, but bu
proved that $50,000 received was in
worthlois Confederate fcrip.
An investigation iuto tho New York
Equitable Lifo Instirauco Company re?
sulted in an official vindication of its
Probabilities-Tho barometer will con?
tinue falling from the lakes to tho Gulf
during tho night, and extend to tho At?
lantic on Saturday, with Easterly to
Southerly winds, rising temperature and
increased cloudiness. Very generally
cloudy and threatening weather will pro?
bably provail on Saturday North and
West o? tue Ohio Valley. The area of
rain over the Lower Mississippi Valley
will probably extend North eastward
over the Ohio Valley, with threatening
weather thenoe to tho South Atlantic
coast. An area of quito low barometer
ia apparently advancing upon tho North
west. Dangerous winds are not antici?
pated, except possibly for tho npper
lakes, on Saturday.
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A despatch, dated London, April 2,
says: The grand military review took
place at Brighton, yesterday. Immenso
crowds witnessed the manouvres, whioh
were conducted on a 1 argo neale and were
rendered more than usually interesting
by a rehearsal of tho battle of Dorking.
The troops in the field, including 20,000
volunteers, were divided into two armies,
one of invasion and oue of defence.
The enemy was supposed to have effected
a movement in Shurcbam harbor. The
movement eommeuced by an attack on
the village and its capture, after a strong
resistance. The army of defence, boing
largely reinforced, took tho offensive,
ander General Horsford, and attacked
the invaders with success, although the ?
latter drove throngh Horsford's right '
centre and created great confusi?n for
awhile. The firing ceased at 1 o'clock,
both aides having been impartially
beaten. The mock fight was succeeded
by the march past, whioh was not satis?
factory. The review, on the whole, is
considered a failure. The weather was |
fine, althongh there wore occasional
A WRETCHED REVENDE.-A sickening;
spectacle presented itself to the family
of Mr. Innis upon their return from
church last Sunday. A little son, aged
about twelve years, was found in tho
wood-shed suspended by the nook from
a beam, with hus hands fastened behind
him by a ?trap, and his feet similarly
pinioned. He was quiokly taken down
and carried into the house lifeless, as the |
family supposed. The physician, how?
ever, who was immediately summoned,
pronounced him yet alive, though lifo
was nearly extinct. Tho propor restora?
tives were resorted to, and the boy is
now in a fair way of recovery. He is
not;, however, oblo to articulate suffi
oiently as to be understood. It is sup?
posed that some wretch, out of revengo,
had committed tho deed whioh reunited
60 nearly in tho death of tho boy.
I Ohio Journal, March 26.
Tho small-pox having attacked tho
Joucscs and Smiths of a neighboring
city, all tho Browns and Thompsont
have departed in hot haste, knowing
that their turn will como next.
Tho United States steamer Narragan?
sett has raised tho American ling over thc
harbor of Pampopango, Navigator^
financial ?nd Commercial.
COLUMBIA, 8. .0., April 5.-Sales of
cotton, to-day, 53 bales-middling 21o.
LONDON, April v 6-Noon.-OOQBOIB
92j?. Bonds 92%.
PARIS, April 5.-Bootes 55f. 75o.
Specie increased 10,500,000 francs.
LIVKIIFOOU, April 5-8 P. M.-Cotton
quiet-uplands Orleans UK ; sales,
to-day, 10,000 bales; of the week 05,000;
export 8,000; speculation 17,000; stock
714,000, whereof American in 272,000;
receipts 100,000, whereof American is
03,00); actual export 4,000; afloat 580,
000, whereof American is 218,000.
LTVERTOOL, April 5-Evening.
Cotton closod quiet. Yarns and fabrics
at Manchester quiet.
NEW YOKE, April 5-Noon.-Cotton
quiet-uplauds 23,l?; Orleans 23%; sales
555 bales. Flour ushade firmer. Wheat
-spring a simile firmer; winter quiet
and unchanged. Corn advancing. Pork
firm-new moss 12.87013.00. Lard
quiet and steady-steam 8^808?4.
Freights dull. ?Stocks dull. Gold quiet,
at 10)6. Money firm, at 7. Exchango
long 0jJ?; short 10J?. Governments
dull but steudy.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet; sules 919
bales-uplunds 23)4; Orloaus 23%.
Flour in fair request and decidedly
firmer-common to fair extru 7 350
7.75; good to dioico 7.80010.50. Whis
koy 87," .?088." Wheat a shade firmer
winter red Western 1.7001.75. Corn
yzQ. higher, at 73.1.<. Rico firm, nt 90
9).i. Pork activer und a shudo firmer,
nt "?3.00013.05. Lard activer, at 8,^?
9. Freights dull. Sales of futures to?
day 11,100 bides, ns follows: April 22%,
23; May 23 3-1G, 23%; Juno 23%. 23%;
July 23%, 23%; August 23).<, 23?a;
September 21^, 21A?; October 20; No?
vember 19; December 19. Money, after
a stringent dnv, closed firm, at 7. Ster?
ling 9??@9>?. a"ia 1O,*401O%. Go?
vernments closed steady, at }?@}'?c. de?
clino. States dull but steady.
CINCINNATI, April 5.-Flour und com
firm. Purk in sp?culative demand and
higher, ut 12 75. Lard unchanged. Ba?
con demand light and holders firm
shoulders I;'., ; clear rib sides Q%; clear
sides 7^. Whiskey lower, ut 77.
LOUISVILLE, April 5.-Bagging un
changed. Flour firm. Grain uuehanged.
Provisions quiet and little doing. Wbis
?T. Louis, April 5.-Flour - best
brands firm; others dull; family 8.00(rf
9.00. Whiskey 84. Purk in fair do
maud, ut 11.50 0 11.75. Bacon un
cha'uged and in good order demand
Lard wanted, at 8%; no sellers.
SAVANNAH, April 5.-Cotton quiet and
firm-middling 22; receipts DIG bales
nales 1,300; stock -11,387; weekly receipt
5,071; bales 0,500.
PHILADELPHIA, April 5.-Cotton quio
-middling 23^023%; weekly receipt
GALVESTON, April 5.-Cotton-good
ordinary receipts 177 bales; Bales
500; stuck 22,788; receipts of the week
1,531; sales 7,100.
AUGUSTA, April 5.-Cotton firm und i
good demaud-middling 21%; receipt
230 bales; sales 375; stock 11,275; week
ly receipts 1,480; sales 1,900.
MOBILE, April 5.-Cotton weak-mid
diing 22%022j?; receipts 31G bales
sales 200; stock 30,070; weekly receipt
2,401; Bales G.183.
BosroN, April 5.-Cotton quiet-mid
diing 23%; receipts 3,601 bales; sales
400; stock 15,000; weekly receipts 8,105
BALTIMORE, April 5.-Flour aotive an
firmer. Wheat firm-choice white 2.10
fair to primo 1.8001.95. Corn firmo
and scarco-white O10G6; yellow GG0
67. Provisions nominal for round lots
in good jobbing demand, and rates un
changed. Whiskey 88)?. Cotton quiet
and firm-middling 23023%; receipt
22 bales; sales 280; stock 10,603; weekly
receipts 2,571; sales 1,810.
NKW ORLEANS, April 5.-Cotton quiet
-middling 22%; receipts 3,803 huies
sales 3,100; stock 131,270; weekly ro
ceipts 14,777; sales 2,700.
CHARLESTON, April 5.-Cotton quiet
middling 22; receipts 213 halos; sal
100; stock 18,308; weekly receipts 3,083
EXTRAORDINARY FATALITY IN A VIR<
NIA FAMILY.-Tho Leosburg (Va.) Mi
ror, of the 27th, says:
On Monday last, a little danghtcr
Mrs. Emily Lloyd, of thia town, ngod
about four years, died after a brief i
ness. About four years ago, tho fathe
Mr. Charles E. Lloyd, died of pneumo
nia, leaving n wife and four ohildren
two boys aud two girls. A few months
after his death, the two boys sickened
and died very suddenly. Four or five
weeks ago, one of tho girls niuo sickened
and died, and on Monday the fourth an
last ohild died, as before stated, after
two days' illness. All of the children
were similarly affected, and all of them
died apparently from tho samo cause
leaving the widow and mother to motin:
the loss in fonr short years of her enti
household treasures. On Tuesday,
the instance of li. M. Bentley, recorder
a jury of inquost was summoned by Of
fleer B. K. Art well, and thoy examined
several witnesses-among them Mrs
Lloyd, tho mother of tho dead ohi
Julian A. Hutchinson, Drs. Cross, Mot
and Edwards, and a negro girl in
employment of Mrs. L. The jory wo
then adjourned, to afford timo for a post
mortem examination of tho body.
The Directors of the Atlanta au
Richmond Air-Line met in Richmou
lately, and raised tho salaries of Prcsi
dont to $5,000 per annum; of Secretary
$2,500; Treasurer, $1,200; chief eng
ucer, $1,000; thron assistants, $223 per
months Iron to finish the track from
Cbarlotto to Atlanta has been butight,
and 16,000 tons will bo laud.d in Wil?
mington in July. Tho road will ho donn
in twelve mon thu. Tho road is 262
milos lung and will cost ?3,(?00,000.
Thu workshops of tho Rich mond lind
Atlanta Air Lino Railroad aro likely to
bc located at Greenville, in this S'-.it?-,
says tho Eulerprise.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., April 4, 1872.
. Council assembled at 4 P. M. Pre?
sent-Bus Honor the Mayor, John Alex?
ander, and Aldermen Cooper, Heyne,
Minort, Mooney, Simons, Smith, Taylor,
Thompson and Wigg. Absent-Alder?
men Denny, Goodwyn and Wallace.
Applications from several persons for
the position of Superintending Archi?
tect of the new City Hall wore presented
and read, and, on motion, Council pro?
ceeded to an election. A ballot being
had, A. Y. Leo, Esq., having roceived a
majority of the whole number, of votes
given, waa deolared duly elected Arohi
teotand .Superintendent of Construction
of tho new City Hall.
Alderman Cooper presented petition
of proprietors of vegetable stalls in the
market, praying exemption from tho
payment of special license. Referred to
Committee on Market.
Alderman Hayne, from Committee on
Market, reported back report of Clerk
ot Market for February an examined and
found correct. Conourrod in.
The following accounts wero present?
ed, and, on motion of Alderman Taylor,
ordered paid without the mal reference:
Election Managern, Piiuisix, Union and
South Carolinian, election account; Fa?
gan Bros., W. S Pope, Alms House; W.
S. Pope, Hospital; M. Barley, J. C.
Dial, Street Department; W. Steiglitz,
D. .Smith, Guard House; I. H. Coleman,
examination pauper luuatics.
Alderman Thompson introduced the
following resolution, which was adopted:
Resolved, That tho City Clerk and
Treasurer bo instructed to enter upon
his books as remitted, on account of
special services, the arrears of taxes duo
by tho City Attorney up to date; pro?
vided tho same do not exceed S250.
Alderman Moouoy introduced tho fol?
lowing resolution, which was adopted:
Resolved, That tho horse bought in by
the city at sale at the Guard House, on
the 29th ultimo, bo transferred by Coun?
cil to his Honor tho Mayor for bis uso.
Cu motion of Alderman Minort, Coun?
cil adjourned. WM. J. EXTER,
OPENING THEIR EYES.-The editor ol
thu Springfield (Mass.) Republican hat
recently made a pilgrimage to Washing
ton aud lins received au eye-opener, lit
writes to his paper this rcmarkablo (T
.sentence: "More than half tho Repnbli
can members regard tho nomination o
Gen. Grant as calculated lo divide tilt
party, provoke a counter Rep?blica]
nomination, und bring upon thc couutrj
whatever consequences ure to be feuret
from such beginnings."
Tho editor further .daten that thos<
Republican members aro "deterred b;
motives o? a persoual nature from warn
inti their constituents against allowiii|
their primary and congressional conven
tiona to bu packed in u manner to shu
out all discussion at Philadelphia. Encl
per?oives that if he attempts, in his owi
district, to counteract tho workings c
Federal patronage, and prevent the loee
revcuuo officers and postmasters frot
forestalling tho deliberations of tho cor.
veution at Philadelphia, ho ouly sacr:
lieos himself to save his party-a servie
which professional politicians are nc
jory apt to render. They arc const
quently dumb, though not blind.
Wus there ever soch a set of politici
poltroons! And it is in the keeping t
such public men ns those that wo find th
sacred institutions of our fathen
Washington was prophetic iu his fan
well address and in his faithful and a
fectionato warnings to his conntrymei
But his great noni never could hat
taken in the thought of such sordid an
beastly cowards as these. .
I Mob ile Reg i.<ler.
The postal card has como so extol
sively into use in England that tho G
vcrnmcnt has determined that it mu
make a charge for the paper consume
in their manufacture, so us to leave tl
postal ruto as olear revenue to thc d
partaient. It will charge au addition
half-penny por dozen to cover this co
of paper, and this insignificant imp?t
at the present rate of consumption, w
yield ?13,000 por annum.
The Lumborton Robeson ian pays: It
now definitely ascertained that Hem
Berry Lowrey and Boss Strong nro bo
dead. Tho former, was not accidental
killed in a blind, as stated by tho Hero
correspondent-but he is dead.
Persons who have recently travel
through Russia, say that country reset
bles more a vast camp than a nation oe
peaco footing. Soldiers abound in i
directions, and tho greatest milita
Two ourious suicides havo taken pla
at Paris, both occasioned by the remoi
of the viotims at having scolded th
wives. Ono was a banker, who stnrv
himself on his money-bags; the o tl
was a mason, who hanged himself.
Tho editor of the Washington Chro
clo says ho "has known Mr. Greeley :
a great many years." Possibly ho h
but we'll be bound it was without J
Greoloy'a knowledge or consont.
Tho following congratulatory dospal
was received from Cinciunati by a wi
ding party ia Nashville: "Cougratti
tiona on your nuptials; may your fut?
troubles be only littlo ones."
According to the Savannah Ne
"naturo has rocontly given birth ti
wann HU I nh ur spring in Orango Couti
If your wife does abuso you, you h
the pleasant consciousness that she \
nol permit any ono else to do KO.
Of thc political newspapers in No
Carolina forty uro Ooii3ervative-Doi
eratic and nine ure Radical.
Hay, Bran, Ike.
IS i \ BALKS prime North Uiver HAY,
IA/ 5,0Ul) pounds Wheat bran,
:I0?I bili tn ls i flour, a od nnd i ii
article for cow fi d. l'or sam al
.?.;.? i' Ci Main s tret
HO?HI Anal VALS, April 5, 1872-Nicher son
JJouie-W J Whaling, Atlanta: Hugh WlUon,
Abbeville; lira O B Bryoo and twa children,
Mian Mamie Bryce, Mus Libby Bryce, Rich?
land; H W Geiger, Lexington: E E Dickson,
Manning; C H Luman, Miss O O Pope. Bos?
ton; GAO Waller, Greenwood; G W DMiller,
Abbeville; W D Mars, Calhoun's Mills; Mrs
Chaplin and two daughters. Greenville; Amos
Clark, New Jersy; ? J Markwaste, New York;
John G Law, Laurens; W T Butt, Augusta; G
P Hoffman, Doko; Fred D Bus i, G A O ll II;
T D Crews, Laurens.
Columbia l?olel-O B Clancy, P Duffie,
Charleston; L W Perrin, Abbeville; J D Tal?
bert, Edgefield: J B Marion, Va; O W Lowe.
J A. Vallance, \v A Bradloy, Ga; Alex. Justin,
Newborn: E L Util, E P Blodgett, N C; W A
Curtis, W,0 & A K It; G M Marshall, Fla; C H
Drooka, B C; F W Ginie, Lexington.
W HO Lil'. S A I.K PRICES CUllKENT.
OOItUECTEO WEEKLY BT TBE HO A HD OF TBADE.
AlTLE8,$ibU.2 00?UOU M.OLASBE3,OUUa,40?5U
BAOOIMO,.1??23| NewOrl'na 75@i)0
HALE HOPE, Ma.22?24| Sugar H'ao.. 85?40
N.Y.orWea^Ib Ka)LU NAILS, ty Bog? G0?? 00
BUTTEB,North. 28?4?l ONIONS,.hus_2 00
Country, ty lb.2Q@25! OiL,Keroacne,g35?45
BACON. Hams. 12?17 Machinery..75?1 00
rtiilew, ty lb. . .8?9.J| SPECIE, Gold ?108
Shoulders_7?bj Bilvor. ?103
CANULES, Sperni40?5U POTAT'S.IHBI G0&2 00
Adamantine lb 17? 10' Sweet, bus 75@100
COTTON YABNI G0@1 75| RICE, Carolina lb 8?io
COTTON, Stet M ,...22? SnoT.tybag. 276@3 00
Middling.21?| ?ALT,Livorp.200@2 10
Low Midl'g,.21 SOAP, tyOt,.7i@10
Good ?rdny,.20|SPIBITS, Alcohol,yls 00
Ordinary.18. Brandy . A 00?12 CO
CuEE3E,E.D.lb.22@25j Gin.1 60@G00
factory.2U@25? Rum.1 G0?7 00
COFFEE, Rio, $JU?24@20 Whiskey... 135?G 00
Laguayra-27@2'J. SUOAB, Cru8&P14J@lG
ITLOUB.CO. 800?1200| STABOII, ty Ib... 8?@10
Northorn.800?12 50i TEA,Groonlbl00@260
GBAIN, Coru 1 05? I10! Black,_1 00@110
Wheat... .2 00?2 50 TOBACCO, Obw.60?l 00
Oat'i.85??>0 Smokiug,Ib..50@I CO
Peas.1 20@1 30 VINEOAB, Wino,.50@G0
HAY, North, ?tcwt.2 50 French.?1 CO
aiuEs.?ry, tyM2J@l& WINE, Chara.l25?28 00
Groon.?8 Fort, ?Jgal300@5 8()
LUID,#lb.12?15 Sherry.... 275?7 00
LIME, ft bbl. 2 25@2 40 Madeira.. .8 0()@8 00
Knights of Pythias.
milE Regular Weekly Meeting will bo held
X at Masonic Hall, THIS EVENING, at 8
o'clock. R. B. MoKAY, R.S.
mWO kegs Extra Ground COFFEE,
A Twenty-five cases TOMATOES,
Twenty-five casos fresh Toachea,
Ten cases Green Corn,
Five cases Greon Poas,
Fivo casos Succotash,
Ten casca 2 lb. Canned Oysters,
Fivo half barrels Fultou Market Beef.
An assortment of lino FRESH CRACKERS,
of every variety, at
April G G_HARDY SOLOMON'S.
B. D. BENN & SON,
WHOLESALE ASD BETAIL
Mitin and Jlrid'jti Streets, Columbia, S. C.,
ARE constantly adding to their ?tock of
Which they ofter at LOW PRICES, and all
articles warranted as wc represent.
Wo havo now a dioico Bulected Btock of all
kinda of SUGARS, Rio, Laguyra and tho boat
Java COFFEE, prime LEAF LARD, aud
choice GOSHEN BUTTER. A frosh supply
of the heel Uyaon, Imperial and Oolong
TEAS, put up expressly for ourselves.
All kinds of CANNED GOODS-Oysters,
Lobsters, Tomatoes, English Condensed
Milk, Ac, ?cc.
A choioo assortment of PICKLES in variety.
A splendid assortment of CRACKERS.
Beet brands of Sug vr-Cured HAMS.
Boat PEARL GRIST always on hand.
FLOUR OF ALL GRADES.
Our FAMILY FLOUR very choice, and BO
cond to none.
Wo havo also a Quo selection of HEGAUS,
and would call particular attention to our
In beautiful em ll boxes of twenty-flvo each.
All Goods delivered in the city if desired.
April G 2_R. D. BENN A SON.
ON MONDAY NEXT,
WILL BE OPENED
THE FINEST STOCK
Ever Seen Outside of
QUR effort in this Department last Fall
haa convinced us that, with our present addi?
tion of experienced help, wc shall be able to I
build up a business second to none in this
E. G. SHIVER & CO.
_ April 5 __
Ki MM. "
THE "Indian Girl" has the abovo in tho
moat magnificent stylo, and is determined to
bo as fashionr.blo as any "Girl of tho Pe?
riod," and, liko them, wants tho attontion of
gentlemen, even if Ikey havo to smoko, for it
TER1QUE SMOKING TOBACCO just re?
ceived. April 5
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
TU K CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Seeders' Beer is Puro.
IT don't contain Cococulua ludirUB Fish
lion ies to make sleepy c\r h adm J:L .
Fresh lliscuits and Crackers.
A LARGE assortment and choice variety,
:\ j-i-t i:i and for sale luw. E. HOPE.
Auot 1 os?. Sale? .
Valuable Property in Fickens County
IN pursuance- ol a docrettl order of the Cir?
cuit Court for PickouH County, I will noll
to tho highest bidder, for cash, on sale-day
iu May, at Piokens Court House,
That d?sirable Boil Estate known as the
"CRUIKSHANK TAN-YARD," situated on
Brushy Crook, waters of Saluda, noar the
Air Line Railroad, and about eleven miles
from Greenville and ten miles from New
Pickons. Tho traot contains 717 acres, of
which some 450 acres are splendid virgin fo?
rest. Of the remainder, about 200 acres havo
been cloared since the war and aro in a high
stato of cultivation. On the premises ia ono
of tho best Tan-yardB In the State, and in
A comfortable DWELLING and all neces?
sary out buildings, in good repair.
ThiB is a raro opportunity for purchasing
good Real Eatato, in a County as distin?
guished for tho good order of its society SB
tor the salubrity of its climate and tho purity
of its water.
On tho above premises, on the Wednesday
following, a largo lot of FARM STOCK, con?
sisting of Horses, Cows, Oxen and Hogs, and
Plantation Tools. Cotton Gin and Screw,
Sugar Mill, McW'right's Mill and a Copper
Boiler; a lot of Lime, Tan-bark, Tanners' .
Tools, Ac, Ac.
Tho abovo is sold BB the property of Gillam
and Aiken for tho payment of the debts.
March 31 Sheriff of Pickons County.
aa' Greenville Enterprise and Piokens Sen?
tinel copy until day of salo._
Thursday and Friday, April 4 and 5.
MRS. A. MCCORMICK would respectfully
inform her friends, and -tho public generally,
that she has returned from the North with
ono of the most elegant and varied stocks ia
the Millinery lino over preaonted in thia mar?
ket, consisting of MILLINERY GOODS of
every character and description, of the latest
and moat approvod styles, embracing Straw
and Fancy HATS and BONNETS, LACES,
KID GL?YE3, CORSETS, HOOF SKIRTS,
etc., with a lino assortment of Ladios' and
Misses' Suits, which abo will sell at the lowest
figures for cash.
Pienso call at tho store of J. H. Kinard,
whore eho will bo gratified in displaying the
stock, and will guarantee satisfaction in every
instance. MRS. A. MCCORMICK,
At J. H. Kinard'a, Main street,
March 31 0_ Columbia, 8. 0.
ON Alto Arrr.il
THURSDAY, APRIL 4.
TO THE LADIES:
MRS. C. E. REED will have
her opening of tho latest and
! most fashionable styles of
? MILLINERY, Ac, consisting of
Straw and Leghorn/HATS and
BONNETS. Also, LACES,
KID GLOVES, CORSETS, BUS?
TLES, with an elegant assort?
ment of Ladies' and Mieses'
SUITS, just selected in New
York and elsewhere, aU of which will be sold
at the lowest prices.
Ladies and the public in general will please
call and be convinced, that tho above are
real facta. Infants' CLOAKS, CAPS and
N. B. Mrs. C. E. Reed has taken the first
prize, silver medal, at the Stato Fair, for tho
best Millinery._April 2 0
UNDOUBTEDLY, wo have this
.season the best selection of SILK
IGOODS, Straw Goode.White Goods,
Pilcal and Imitation Hair Goods,
Ti Ribb ns, Laces, Embroideries, La?
dies1 Undcr-wear, Made-up Suits,
Ac, Ac, ever econ in any one retail storo in
South Carolina. Oar pride is not in keeping
the largost stock, in having "stacks" of
goods, as Eomo express it, tfor generally,
where you lind "stacks," you will find the
pocrcst assortment.) but onr pridois in keep?
ing a select stock of all goods belonging to a
dry goodH, millinery and dresa-making busi?
ness. Everything ia bought with a strict re?
gard for combining style and taste with
priccB to suit our peoplo. Samples of Dress
Goods, Ac, will bo eont by mau to all apply?
Onr bnuincss is organized in throe depart?
ments, viz: Dry Goods, Millinery and Dress?
making. MUlinory and Dress-making depart?
ments in chargo of ladios of the best skill and
tasto to bo had in the city of Baltimore. Or?
der your Spring Hat or Bonnet, which oan be
returned, if yon are not pleased.
JAMES W. FOWLER & CO.,
Proprietors Emporium of Fashion,
April 2 12_Abbeville, 8. C.
Early Garden Corn.
THE finest and large?t assortment of carly
CORN iu the market, at reduced prices. I
havo Just received:
Early Sugar Corn,
Far mora' Club,
12 and 14 rowe,
White Flint, largo.
Long Pod Troliflo Peas, twelve peas in a
pod; Extra Early Peas, Trophy Tomato,
McLoan's Little Gem, improved Egg Plant.
For salo at E. IL HEINITSH'S
Fob 20 t_Drug and Chemical Storo.
6,000 Live Indians Just,Arrived.
THEY are pitted against John Seegore'
10,000 K. K.'s, at the odds. But all may
eud in smoke. .GEO. 8YMMERS. .
Corn and Oats.
1i~\i\f\ BUSHELS wafers CORN,
.vJUU 300 bushels FEEDING OATS,
for salo low for cash;_E. HOPE.
Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
A FULL SUPPLY of CUOIObJ FAMILY
J\. GROCERIES, in all their varieties. Best
brands Champagnes, Wines, Liquors, dre.,
suitable for Christmas, on hand and for palb
low,by JOHN AGNEW A SON.
BOUOUT al a moderato discount, r.t
TH li CITIZENS' SAYINGS HANK.