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MADIUD, April 6.-Tho elections for
electoral colleges in the town of San
Lorenzo Catalonia were accompanied
with serions disorder. The mob at
taoked the building wherein the voting
was in progross, and completely stopped
the election. The urns containing the
ballots were demolished, and the poll
lista were scattered throughout tho town.
Several persons were injured during the
attaok, but no fatal results are reported.
There was also considerable excitement
in the town of Santiago AndiluBia,
caused by a priest appearing at the polls,
and attempting to vote, with a revolver
in his hand. He was arrested, and the
excitement subsided. Senors Bivero
and Moret, who wero candidates for the
Cortes, were defeated.
PARIS, April 6.-The connoil of war
sitting at Versailles has sentenced the
Vioar of St. Eloi to two months' imptl
sonmentfor causing the arrest of a num?
ber of persons by illegal means.
Henri Boohefort, Pasohol Gronsset
and Assi sailed to-day for the penal
colony of New Caledonia.
WASHINGTON, April 6.-Indian advioes
state that Bed Cloud, Chief of Sioux,
had a talk at tho agency. Ho is peace?
ful, but bis young warriors canuot be
kept from the path.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 6.-The Govern?
ment buildings at Camp Independence
were entirely destroyed by the earth?
quake of tho 26th ult.
JACKSON, MISS., April 6.-Tho Legis?
lature has nd j our neel .sine die. The ap?
propriations were reduced over $500,000
from estimates. The negro equality
bill was defeated. A subsidy to the Mo?
bile and North-western, with a land
grant to that road, secures its rapid com?
NORFOLK, April 6.-Tho steamer City
of Houston, from Galveston for New
York, put in short of coal. Sho expe?
rienced head winds. She sails at noon
NEW YORK, April 6.-Last night, n
large number of influential citizens of
Long Island city took preliminaries to
indict the Mayor of that place, on the
ground that he was guilty of bribery at
The District Attorney says that it will
be some time yet, owing to the pressure
of his business, before he can be ready
to bring in Stokes' case to trial. The
voluminous bill of exceptions put in by
counsel for tho prisoner has hardly yet
been digested by the District Attorney.
Miss Mansfield has not visited Stokes
since his arrest, but will appear as a wit?
ness on the trial. Stokes is said to bo
anxious to have his caso brought np,
when, it is said, startling revelations
will be made in Erie rascality and mat?
ters connected therewith.
At a meeting of the central committee
of the German reform organizations,
last night, resolutions were adopted
favoring joint action with the Council
for political reform in the selection oi
candidates in the forthcoming munioipal
election. They also decided to have the
praotioal work of the campaign co od net
ed in conjunction with the committee ol
HAMILTON, CANADA, April G.-Hon,
Wm. MoDongal, lecturing upon the re
lotions between Great Britain and Ca
nada, after consultation with high partiel
iu England, said he had been forced tc
the conolusiou that tue policy was no1
to abandon the colonies, nor to aot so a:
lo drive them away from their allegiance
but to preparo them for maintaininj
their own position by means of thoi:
own right hands, and make them con
scious that if an attack was levolec
against them, they must depend mainly
if not altogether, upon their own re
sources to resist it; failing in which
they must bo prepared to accept tho cou
sequences, whatever they might be
which followed invasion and conquest
Speaking for himself, and ppoal?D,
freely, frankly and truthfully, ho was o
opinion that a union of these province
was a preliminary step for the establish
ment of a system of government in Bri
tish America which would euablo u.<
when tho moment arrived when neces
sity pressed upon us, to maintain a sc
parate and independent existence arnon
the nations of the earth.
ALBANY, N. Y., April G-A bill pro
hibiting appropriations from thu Stat,
Treasury to schools or institutions uudc
sectarian religious control was dofeatc
in tho Assembly to-day.
NEW YOBK, April G-Evening.-A fir
occurred in tho basement of tho five
story iron front building, G57 Broadwn]
Damage from fire, $10,000; incident!
damages, 8150,000; fully insured.
NEW ORLEANS, April 5.-Arietido d
la Vigue, a cotton merchaut, a native t
France, was drowned to-day.
Tho races have again boen postpouc
on account of rain.
WASHINGTON, April 5-Evening.
Probabilities-Tho lowest barometc
will move North-eastwardly over lowe
Michigan, as quite a severe Btorm, pn
ceded by a diminishing pressure thone
to the lukes and Atlantic coast. TL
area of rain will extend Eastward ovi
tho Middle States and Southern Ne
England by Sunday morning, and ov<
Northern New England during Sunda;
Easterly winds are probable for tl
upper lake region to-night, gradual
backing to North-westerly, and inores
ing to brisk South-easterly for the low
lake region, gradually veering to Sont
westerly. Hising barometer, with Nort
westerly winds and clearing weathe
will prevail throughout the Mississip
Valley by Sunday morning, and extei
Eastward to Lake Michigan, Indian
Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia 1
Tho eommerco of the world wi
Chinais rapidly becoming an Americi
South Carolina ia oick-financially.
Finuncial ?ml Commercial.
LONDON, April C-Noon.-COQBOIS
92%. Bonds 92%.
FRANKFORT, April 6.-Bonds 95%.
PARIS, April 6.-BenteB f>6f. 67o.
LIVERPOOL, April 6-Evening.
Cotton closed dull-uplands llj?(a>ll>?;
Orleans ll}4'> sales 10,000 bales; specu?
lation and export 3,000.
NEW YORK, April 6-Noon.-Stocks
Arm. Gold firm, at 10^. Money tight,
at 7. Exchange-long 9>?; short 10.
Governments dull but steady. Cotton
dull; sales 580 bales-uplands 23>?; Or?
leans 23 J ?- Flour a shade firmer.
Wheat quiet and firm. Corn a shade
firmer. Pork steady-new mess 13.00@
13.05. Lard quiet-steam 8?4@8%.
7 P. M.-Bank statement-loans in?
creased over $1,250,000; specie decreased
over 01,500,0.-0; deposits decreased
nearly $2,000.000; legal tenders de?
creased nearly $3,000,000; circulation
decreased nearly $500,000. Cotton dull;
soles 1,061 bales-uplands 23)?; Or
23%. Flour a shade firmer. Wheat
inaetivcr-winter red Western 1.70(a.
1.75. Corn closed dull and heavy, ut
73@73J?. Pork 13 firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard
steudy-kettle 9} ?. Groceries quiet and
firm. Freights quiet and stoady. Sales
of futures to-day 7,350 bales, as follows:
April 22%, 23 1-lG;May 23^. 23.%;
Juno 23^, 23%; July 23%, 23%; Au?
gust 23 5-16; September 21 }?. Strin?
gency in money continued to tho closo;
after bank hours >.<c. commission was
poid. Sterling dnlC at 9}i?9}?. Gold
firm, at 10}4?^^s- Uovernments
steady, with little business. TennesseeB
firm; old and new 67; other Southerns
PHILADELPHIA, April 6.-Cotton quiet
NORFOLK, April G.-Cotton quiet-low
middling 22; receipts 33 bales; soles 100;
BALTIMORE, April 6.-Cotton dull and
lower -middling 22; receipts 227 bales;
solos 130; stock 10,740.
AUGUSTA, April 6.-Cotton quiet
middling 21)^; receipts 300 bales; sales
SAVANNAH, April 5.-Cotton quiet
holders firm-middling 22; receipts 848
bales; sales 450; stock 37,373.
WILMINGTON, April 5.-Cotton firm
middling 22^; receipts 82 boles; soles
57; stock 3,394.
NEW ORLEANS, April 6.-Pork od
vauoed 25o.-mess 13.50. Bacon firmer,
at 5??(<&73?; sugar-cured hams
11%. Coffee quiet and easier-ordinary
18;i ; fair 19@19)? ; good 19%@20; primo
20>?. Others unchanged. Cotton dull
middling 22%; receipts 2,155 bolus;
sales 830; stock 134,696.
MOBILE, April 6.-Cotton dall-mid?
dling 22j?@22%. receipts 206 bales;
sr.les 400; stock 35,885.
BOSTON, April 6.-Cotton quiet-mid?
dling 23^; receipts 509 bales; eales 400;
CHARLESTON, April G.-Cotton dull and
little doing-middling 22; receipts OGG
bales; sales 50; stock 18,464.
FIRST MORTGAGES on good and eligible
Real Estate, bought at a discount.
Apply to SEIBELS & EZELL.
J. H. KIN ARD.
A N elegant assortment ol choice
Q CRETONNES, SW,
CS PERCALES. IP
*~1 ' JAPANESE CLOTHS, Ld
?S CANTON CLOTHS, S?
-J ii AS TILE CLOTnS.W
a GRENADINES, M
^ LENCH, J*
FLOWERED VERSALS, Q
04 STRIPED VERSALS,Mt
. ?I Buff and White MARIPOSAS, 5fJ
W DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS. ?
J DOLLY VARDEN MUSLINS. ?T
5 DOLLY VARDEN PIQUES, "
W DOLLY VARDEN SILKS.
?DOLLY VARDEN GRENADINES,
WASH POPLINS, Ac, Ac,
And a general lino of POPULAR aud
ATTRACTIVE GOODS, of every de?
scription, Bolocted by myself, and
ofloring at tho lowoet figures for cash.
J. H. KINARD,
Main street, ono door South Columbia
Hotel. _April 7
J. H. El NAR D,
One Door Souffl Columbia Hotel.
AM daily rocuiving and opening a largo
aud carefully selected stock of
This stock orubracos everything dosirablo
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
With a full assortment of
T would rcqncBtacall from mj numerous
customers, feeling aasnrod that I can prosont
onu of tho moBt attractive
Ever offered in Columbia, and will sparo no
effort in affording satisfaction to all.
My personal supervision has boen given to
tho selection of this stock.
J. H. KINARD.
April 7 G
Wo extrnot the following letters from
the Washington Globe. They wore pre?
sented and read in Congress n few days
ago, and were snbjeots of the discussion
between Messrs. Blair, Edmunds, und
others, a synopsis of which was fur?
nished through our telegraphic columns:
Mr. Robertson-Some time sinoo, on
tho Otb of February last, pending tho
discussion of the amnesty bill, un as?
sault was mudo on tho character of three
citizens of South Carolina. Not long
afterward, I received a communication
from them, whioh I desire to have put
upon the records, und I ask tu have it
Tho Chief Clerk rend as follows:
WASHINGTON, February 19, 1872.
GENTLEMEN: lu tho report of tho do?
nato in tho Somite on tho amnesty bill,
wo obsorvo with surprise and indigna?
tion that wo have been charged directly
and indirectly with being connected
with tho Ku Klux organization iu South
It bas been declarad on the floor of
tho Seiiuto, that there is now iu tho pos?
session of tho Executive Department of
the Government of tho United States
evidence which shows that wo are at this
moment, or woro a month ugo, thc ad?
visory board of the Ku Klux Klan.
Theso are gravo charges, emanating, us
they do, from a Senator of tho United
States, and promulgntod, ns they were,
before tho highest legislative tribunal of
tho countrj'. Apprehending that our
silence un tho subject, which so nearly
touches our honor and reputation, may
bo construed into au admission of guilt,
we huve repaired to the capital to meet
these charges, and seek through you,
tho representatives of South Carolina in
tho Seunto, our vindication from these
degrading imputations, by the presenta?
tion, in some proper way, of this com
muuicatiou bet?re the same tribunal in
which they were announced.
Any charge that we, or either of us,
have at any timo uided, abetted, coun?
selled, countenanced or apprgved the
Ku Klux or any unlawful association in
South Carolina, in any violation of law
or the rights of citizens of any class, is
utterly and entirely false, whatever be
tho evidence on which tho samo is based.
If tho Executive Department has in itt
possession, as is alleged, the evidence ol
our complicity with these offences, wt
can only say that wo hold overaelves iu
readiness, at all times", to establish om
innocence boforo the proper legal tribu
nal and tho enlightened public opiniou
of tho couutry. Very respectfully, youl
obedieut servan ts,
J. B. KERSHAW,
M. C. BUTLER.
To Hon. T. J. Robertson and Hon. F
A. Sawyer, United States Senate.
Mr. Robertson-Mr. Presidout, thii
lotter has been in my hands for Nomi
time, bnt on accouut of indisposition
and on account of other matters interfer
ing, I have not presented it at an earlie
period. I had hoped to bring up th
amnesty hill, on whioh matters pertain
ing to my State would como up, aud '.
would have the letter read at thut time
I kuow these gentlemen, as I said before
und I think them incapable of being en
gaged in any way us members of the Ki
Klux Klan. I merely wish tho lette
read to put them on tho record as the
desire to be pnt.
Mr. Blair-lu connection with th
letter which has just been read, and th
statement mado by tho Senator froi
South Carolina, I desire to say to th
Senato that npon tho samo occasion
wu9 announced hero in tho debuto whic
occurred then, that Hon. Roverdy Jobi
son and Mr. Stunbery, who wero contisi
for the prisouers charged with being K
Klux in South Carolina, hud abandone
their case; that they were BO disguste
with tho atrocities proven that they hu
abandoned tho caso. I have in my hat
a letter from Mr. Johnson, which I d
sire in this connection to have road.
The Chief Clerk road as follows:
BAIJTIMOKE, February 19, 1872.
MY DEAU GEN* Eli An : Your lotter of tl
lSth instant ha? just reached mo.
given mo the first information I have lu
that Hon. Mr. Edmunds, of Vernier:
made tho statement in thc Senate whi<
you tpiotc us reported in tho Globe,
tho 10th instant. It is utterly unfouud>
und untrue. Neither my colleague, M
Stunbery, nor myself, abandoned
thought of abandoning tho cases
which the Senator reforred for tho rc
sous assigned by him or for any otb
reasons. So far from having dono c
we remained in Columbia, taking part
tho trials, until wo had accomplished i
that wo had hoped for or endeavored
accomplish, which was to get thc cons
tutional questions arising under tho At
of 1870 '71 before tho Supreme Court
tho United States. This wo did, aud t
questions aro to bo argued in that tril
nal on the 18th of March next.
Sinco tho receipt of your letter
havo understood that in tho debate
which you refer, the samo Senator a
others rando imputations against y
and Generals Kershaw and Butler. Tin
certainly was no proof givon or pr
fcrod, whilo I was in Columbia, whi
implicated either of you; and ulthoug
saw thero persons of every political o
nion, and conversed freely with thom
never heard tho least intimation tl
eithor of you had any connection wh
ever with tho Ku Klux organization.
From my knowledge of Mr. Edmun
I am satisfied ho has received his inf
mation from a source which ho thou;
ho might co ii fulo in; but, whatever
may bavo been, ho was greedy deceiv
and induced to make charges which
utterly untrue. I romain, with mt
regard, your obodicut servant,
Major-Gcnoral Wado Hampton.
During tho personal explanati
which followed tho reading of these
tors, Senator Edmuuds said:
As to Kershaw, I did not Ht ato that
appeared on these trials; that Kersl
or any of these people were connected
with tho klan. Kershaw was not on
trial, neither was Butler. What I 6 tnt ed
was that the jndioial officers of the
United States in that distriot had, as I
was credibly informed, in their posses?
sion the evidence which would go to
convict these persons of being, I be?
lieve, the advisory board of this klan,
whatever that may be. That was what
I stated; and if it is necessary, I repeat
that I am thus credibly informed. And
when the United States will furnish that
curse-ridden people with thc judicial
means of carrying on those trials, with
force enough, with judges and marshals,
and the other appliances of justice to go
through with tho trials, I havo very good
reason to believe that evidence of that
kind will bo produced.
I do not undertake to say that that
evidence upon trial would turn out to be
sufficient to couvict them, or would not
turn out to bo pnrjured; I only say, in
discussing n public question that hud re?
lation to that subject, that wo onght to
bo careful how we took stops when wo
had such information. Th.it is all. I
hopo as much as tho Senator that theso
people when they are tried will bo found
lo be entirely innocent, but I do not
undertake to pronouueo any opinion,
and I havo not undertaken to pronounce
any opiniou either upen their gnilt or
iuuoccuce. Nothing would make me
moro happy than to Hud them perfectly
Senator ItuberUon, of South Caro?
lina, had tho lust word, lie said:
I said nt thu time these gentlemen
wero assailed, that, in my opinion, they
wero inunccut; that they were geul lemou
of character, and position, and educa?
tion. 1 still think so. In n personal
con vet cation with myself, they told mo
that they held themselves in readiness
to answer to the laws of their country,
and it is very hard that they should be
assailed for an act which they them?
selves claim to disdain. I repeat my as?
sertion, that I think the}' are entitled at
lea?t to bo deemed innocent until they
aro proved guilty by tho laws of the
Gas-Light Bills for Month of March.
CON.SU M EUS will please attend to tho pay?
ment of tho above without delay. Tho
new works are expected to ho put in operation
carly next moutli, wheu the price to consum?
ers will bo much reduced; ami no cousumer,
wno is in arrears, will bo supplied until their
bills aro paid np. .TACOS LEVIN,
Secrctarv Columbia O&S-Light Company.
_April 7 " U
GRAND " OPENING
Thursday and Friday, April 4 and 5.
SIRS. A. McCJORMICK would roapcctfully
inform her friend*, and the public generally,
that sho has returned from tho North with
one of tho mest elegant and varied stocks in
the Millinery Hue over presented in this mar?
ket, consisting of MILLINERY 00ODS of
every character and description, of tho latest
and most approved stylus, embracing Straw
and Fancy LIAl'S and DONNETS, LACES,
KID GLOVES, CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS,
otc, with a iiiie assortment of Ladies' and
Missen' Suits, which she will tell at tho lowest i
figures for oath. |
Please call ai the store ct J. H. Kiuard,
where sho will bo gratified in displaying tho I
stock, aud will guarantee satisfaction in overy I
instance. MUS. A. MCCORMICK, j
At J. H. Kinard's, Main street, |
April 7 ii Columbia, s. 0. '.
Wood! Wood!! Wood!!!
i'}f\f\ CORDS of best ipiilitvof I'.LACK j
?l\J\J JACK and OAK WOOD, n>r salo
cheap, at tho South Carolina Railroad. Or?
dern may bu loft at this Office.
April .0+ P. KI'S TIN. j
Just Received, 1
rjiWn kegs Extra Gmund COFFEE,
_L Twenty-Jive canes TOMATOES,
Fwouty-fivu cases fresh Peaches,
Ten cases Green Corn,
Five cases tireen Peas,
Five cases Succotash,
Ton caM-s 2 lb. Canned Oysti rs,
Fivo half barn ls Fulton Markot Reef.
Ah assortment nf Quo FRE^U CRACKERS,
of everv varlet V, ut
April ti? ' HARDY SOLOMON'S. 1
K. D. SENN & SON,
WIIOT.KS.U.K A:;I> ntvr.ut,
Main and Bridge S?rcete, Columbia, S. C., I
ARE constantly adding to their slock of
Which they ofter at LOW PRICES, and all
articles warranted as wo represent.
Wo have how a choice selected stock of all |
kinds of SUGARS, Rio, Laguvra and the best 1
Java COFFEE, prime LEAF LARD, and :
rhoico GOSHEN RUTTER. A frosh supply
of thu best Hyson, Imperial and Oolong
TEAS, put up expressiv for ourselves.
All kinds of CANNED GOODS- Oysters,
Lobsters, Tomatoes, English Condensed
Milk, Ac, Ac.
A choice assortment ol PICKLES in variety.
A splendid assortment of CRACKERS.
best brands of Hug ir-Oured HAMS,
i Rest I'EAIIL GRIST always on hand.
FLOUR OF ALL GRADES.
Our FAMILY FLOUR very choice, aud se?
cond to none.
Wo havo also a lino selection of SEGARS,
and would call particular attention to our
In bountiful sm ll boxes of twenty-five each.
, All (tonds delivered in the olly it desired.
April li '1 IL D. SENN .* SDN.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
II" don't contain Cococnlu? Indiens Fish
Rerricc tn make sleep;, or headache,
Fresh Biscuits and Crackers.
ALi'iHGF.assortment an! choice variety,
just in and for sale low !.. HOPE.
Ladies, Attention I
FULL STOCK of DRESS GOODS, now
ready for inspection, from 15 cents to
$1.60 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 Cuffs, Parasols and Fans.
_ C. F. JACKSON.
1 8 7 2 !
W. D. LOVE & CO.
NOW opening daily all the nowost styles in
DRY GOODS, comprising new and hand?
some designs in
DRESS GOODS. PIQUE?, FROI8SETTE
STRIPES, VIENNA SATINS, Ac.
In our stock will ho fouud tho liueut, largest
and most varied stock of
Cambric and Swiss Trimmiugs, Snow-Drop
Trimmings, Ribbone, Ac.
New Styles CAMBRICS and PRINTS.
Ladies'READY-MADE GARMENTS, in all
tho now styles.
New Spriug CASS1MERES, Cloths, Linens
and Cottons los.
Fnll lin'j of HOUSE KEEPING C?OODS.
CARPETS, Mattings and Window Shades
a full .ino.
A determined effort has hoon made to ele?
vate the character of our ii tock, tn alt respects,
to a point of excellence beyond comparison.
OUR PRICES aro not only LOW, but do
cidedlv so, and often much below those, of
WE AIM AT POPULAR TRICES.
W. D. LOVI2. B. B. McCREERY.
JUST TQ HAND,
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 & STESLH.
The Annual Meeting of the South Ca?
rolina Medical Association for 1872
WI LI, bo held in Columbia, on tho third
TUESDAY (Kith) of April. Where no
County Society is organized, tho physicians
will sand delegates. Arrangements will be
niaile with tho railroads to pass members
and delegates for one fare.
T. GRANGE SIMONS, M. D.,
March '27 wm5 Recording Secrotary.
Kotice to Capitalists-Sale of City of]
Columbia Seven Per Gent. Bonds.
OFFICE CITY TREASURER,
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 3,1872.
I)UU8UANT to authority delegated by fol-j
lowing resolution, adopted by City Coun- I
uti M ireh '?ii, lh72.1 will nell at public auction,
on WEDNESDAY, Mav 15, 1872, TWO HUN?
DRED AN I) FIFTY THOUSAND (?250.000)
DOLLARS eily of Columbia seven percent,
twenty year bonds:
"Jietolted, That the City Treasurer bo in?
structed to ad vor t iso f<u- sale before thu Court
House, in the city of Columbia, on tho 15th
day of May next, the bonds of the city of Co?
lumbia authorized to ho issued by Ibo said
city, under the Act of the General Assembly
j ut adjourned; that tho advertisement bo
published in om; newspaper in the eily of Co
j lumbla, ono in theeity of Charleston,aid two
i newspapers in the city of New York, at least
thirty days before the day uf sale; that thc
bonds to ho sohl ho signed us prescribed by
?the said Act, on the day of sate, or as soon
! thereafter as practicable, ami delivered to tho
purchaser as soon nu the purchase money has
j been paid and the bonds registered; and that
the proceeds (d' salo bo applied strictly in
conformity with the said Act, and in mi oilier
Said bonds will be of thc denominations of
$250, f5U'J and 11,000. The proceeds of the
sale to be used for the erection of new City
Hall, new Market and other public improve?
The right is reserved to dispose of a part of
the saul bonds in lots or in whole, as tho ?
Mayor anil Treasurer may determine. |
Anv further information dec ired can bc ob
taine'd by addressing WM. J. ETTER,
City Treasurer, Columbia, S. C. 1
??r Charleston Courier, Now Y'ork Journal i
<>f Commerce, New York Financial Chronicle
eopv aud send bill to City Treasurer, Colum?
bia.* April 5
?.OUO Livo Indians Just Arrived.
THEY aro pitted against John Seegern'
lt) tiOO K. K.'s, at thu odds. But all may
end in smoke._GEO. SYMMERS.
j Corn and Oats.
\ f\i^,f\ BUSHELS WHI TE CORN,
LUV/U WO bushels FEEDING OATS,
for Male low for cash. _ E. HOl'K.
BOUGHT at a moderato discount, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
$50,000 W0ETH OF SPRINt
OPEN fer inspection, consisting of tho lal
Dov.' wear, HATS, CAPS and Gents' FU1I
elb r the above at the lowest \ rict-9 fer cash, ii
clothing bon*c in Columbia.
Valuable Property in Pickens County
IN nursuanoe ol a decretal order of tho Cir?
cuit Court for Pickens County, I will soil
to tho highest bidder, for cash, on sale-day
lu May, at Plokena Court House,
That desirablo Heal Estate known as the
"CRUIKSHANK TAN-YAItD," situated on
Brushy Crook, waters of Saluda, near the
Air Lino Railroad, and about eleven miles
from Ur convido aud ten miles from New
Pickens. Tho tract contains 717 aeres, of
which Bomo 450 acres aro splendid virgin fo
roBt. Of tho remainder, about 200 acres have
boen cleared elnco tho war and aro in a high
stato of cultivation. On tho preniiees is ono
of tho best Tan-yards in the State, and in
A comfortable DWELLING and all neces?
sary out buildings, in good repair.
This is a raro opportunity lor purchasing
good Real Estate, in a County as distin?
guished for tho good order of its society SB
for thc salubrity of itu climate and the purity
of its water.
On tho abovo promises, on tho Wednesday
following, a large lot of FARM STOCK, con?
sisting of Horses, Cows, Oxen and Hogs, and
Plantation Tools, Cotton Oin and Screw,
Sugar Mill, McWrigbf* Mill and a Copper
Boiler; a lot o? Lime, Tan-bark, Tannera'
Tools, ?Sec., ?LC.
Tho abovo is sold as the property of Gillam
and Aiken for the payment of thc debts.
" , JOAB MAULDIN.
March 31 Sheriff of Pickens County.
JUT Oroenvillo Enterprise and Pickens ?en
f?riei copy until day or sale.
ON MONDAY NEXT,
WILL BE OPENED
THE "FINEST STOCK
Ever Seen Outside of
QUH effort in this Department laet Fall
has convinced us that, with our present addi?
tion of expel ii need help, wc shall ho able to
build np a butintss secend to none in thia
H. C. SHIVER & CO.
ON ANO AFTEU
THURSDAY, APRIL 4.
TO THE LADIES:
fMRS. 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 Miases'
SUITS, just selected in New
York ard elsewhere, ail of which will ho eold
at the lowest prices.
Ladies and tho public in genoral will please
call and be convinced, that tho above aro
real facts. Iufauto' CLOAKS, CAPS and
N. B. Mrs. C. E. Reed ha- taken the fir?t
prize, silver modal, at the State Fair, for tho
bent Millinery. April 2 C
?aarj. UNDOUBTEDLY, we havo thia
P**tlBiB%season tho best selection of SILK
[ ^5R.HG00DS. Straw Goods, White Goods,
|L**j|*wReal and Imitation Hair Goods,
Sf? (?S| Ribh ns, Laces, Embroideries, La
s&*t* JL dies' Uuder-wear, Made-up Suits,
Ac, Ac, ever aeon in any ono retail store in
South Carolina. Our pride is not in keeping
tho largest stock, in having "stacks" of
goode, as some express it, (.for gonerally,
where you lind "etacks," you will find the
poorest assortroout.) hut our pride is in keep?
ing a pelect stock of all goods belonging to a
dry goods, millinery and dress-making huei
nt-nu. Everything is bought with a strict re?
gard for combining style and tatto with
pries to suit our people. Samples of Dress
Goods, Ac, will he st ut by mail to all apply?
Our business is organized in three depart?
ments, viz: Dry Guods, Millinery and Dress?
making. Millinery and Dress-making depart?
ments in chargo of ladies of the best skill and
tasto to bc had in the city of Baltimore. Or?
der your Spring Hut or Bonnet, which eau ho
returned, if von arc nut ph ased.
JAMES W. FOWLER A CO.,
Proprietors I'mporium of Fashion,
April 2 12 Abbeville, C^
THE "Indian Giri" has the above in tho
moat magnificent style, and is determined to
be as fashionable as any "Girl of tho Pe?
riod," and, like them, wants the atfontion of
gentlemen, even if they hava to smoke for it
PERIQUE SMOKING TOBACCO just re?
ceived. _April 5
Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
AFULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FAMILY
OROCERIES, in all thoir varieties. Best
I brands Champagnos, Wines, LiquorB. Ac,
1 suitable for Christmas, on hand and for salo
uVw.hy JOHN AGNEW A SON.
IT TO THE
} AND SUMMER CLOTHING
lost and moat approved etyloe of Men's and
iNISHING GOODS of every description. Wo
i order to establish our house as tho cheapest
S. STRAUS & BRO.,
Under Columbia Hotel.