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MADHID, April 12.-An armed band of
Rep?blica us has appeared at Vu ud re ll,
Bovontoen miles from Sarramossa. A
party of Oarlists, 250 in number,
stopped a train on the railroad, und
plundered the goods in the expresa car,
but did not molest the passengers. They
also out the telegraph wires, and com?
munication with Barcelona is interrupt?
ed. The Governor of Gerona telegraphs
that troops aro operating agaiust the in?
surgents iu that province. The result is
unknown. The iron "workers in the
oity of Barcelona have struck work. The
landed proprietors of the province havo
organized parties to pursue the maraud?
era who infeBt the country. Fights
have already taken place with the rob?
bers, and men have beon killed on both
sides. Official reports from Catalonia
say the troops are active all along the
frontier. When bands of Carlista ap?
pear, the troops are immediately sent in
pursuit, and in quiet districts, where
there is danger of a rising, flying
columna scour the country. The returns
of the recent eleotion are nearly all iu.
They show that the Cortes will ata?d:
Ministerialists 320; opposition 121.
MADHID, April 13.-The military au?
thorities of Catalonia, Arragon and Na?
varre report lo the Government that the
movements of the Oarlists in thoso pro?
vinces are unimportant. Ample precau?
tions have been taken to prevent any
rising that may be attempted in Grenade.
Columna of troops scour the oouutry in
that province, and any demonstrations
whioh may be mado will be speedily sup?
pressed. The Government has ordered
garrisons in Basque Province to be in?
creased. The Iberia newspaper of this
city says the operations of the Carlists
have been temporarily suspended, but
will soon be resumed.
HAVANA, April 12.-The official report
of the engagement in the oentral de?
partment announces the killing of
Cuban General Edwardos Agramoute as
a positive faot.
OMAIIA, April 12.-Another severe
?now storm in the mountains, extending
from Cheyenne to Bryan.
WASHINGTON, April 13.-Tho meeting
lust night in New York produoes a feel?
ing of uneasiness in Administration
oirolea here, and ?hakea the Bourbon
Democracy. There seems to be a grow?
ing disposition upon the part of the
more conservative Democratic leaders to
unite their fortunes with the Cincinnati
NEW YOBK, April 13.-Horace Greoley
last evening wa? eleoted President of the
Liberal Club. All the morning papers
give full reports'of the liberal Republi?
can meeting last night. The general
opinion ia that the gathering was the
largest and most enthuBiaatio political
meeting ever held in this city. The
World says: It is now certain that the
Cincinnati Convention will nominate a
ticket, and unless some great blunder is
perpetrated in the selection of candi?
dates, that ticket will unite all the ele?
menta of tho opposition. The Demo?
cracy will not put obstructions in the
way of a movement whioh aeems to
stand on BO strong a basis, but it must
reserve its final judgment until the pre?
sent hopeful anticipations ripen into es?
SAVANNAH, April 13.-Tho ship Tran
quebar, with 2,700 bales of cottou aboard,
is burning at Lramar's press. She is in
snrod in tba American Lloyds and Groat
Western, of New York.
SALT LAKE, April 13.-Elder A. M.
Musser, the Mormon telegraph superin?
tendent, said that rather than surrender
one single principle of their religion,
the Mormons would make a Moscow of
Salt Lake City, tear up the railroads,
break down the telegraph lines, and de?
stroy millions of other property. He
spoke of Judge MoKean us a "dried up
and corrupt old dog," and of the Presi?
dent as "Useless Grant," and stigma?
tized he and others aa a corrupt set. Ho
inoluded also tho President's wife in his
BOSTON, April 13.-Tho ship Secy lu,
from Portland for Georgetown, was
abandoned at sea. The crew is hero.
She had five feot of water iu her hold.
All her sails were lost when she was
WASHINGTON, April 13-Evening.
Tho Secretary of tho Treasury has pre?
pared and submitted to tho Committee
of Ways and Means a bill abolishing tho
office of collector and assessor of in?
ternal revenue, and providing for not
more than fifty supervisors, who shall
perform all the duties of collectors.
The bill proceeds upon the assumption
that all tho taxes are to be removed ex?
cept thoHo collected by stamps.
It is the Virginia and Teunessoo, not
the East Tenuesseo and Virginia Road,
from which the Southern Express Com?
pany has withdrawn its freight.
Probabilitiea-The pressure will iu
oroase during the night over the lako
region and the South Atlantic, Middle
and New England States. Continued
brisk and high Westerly winda over tho
lower lakes, diminishing in force on
Sunday. Clear and pleasant weather
will prevail very generally on Sunday
from tho lakes to tho Eastern Gulf and
Atlantic coasts. Falling barometer,
Easterly to Southerly winds and in?
creased cloudiness will extend Eastward
over the Mississippi Valley.
NEW YORK, April 13-Evening.
Lionise Kellogg has sailed for England.
A Grant mass meeting has been called
in Cooper Institute for next Friday.
The Atalanta olub crew havo left for
The following is tho World's profaco
to the Cooper Institute meeting lust
evening: The first gun of tho coming
Presidential campaign was fired in New
York under imposing oircumetancce.
The groat tide of national reform which
has swelled and surged for months
passed through tho length and breadth
of tho land, with irresistible volume,
rose then to its highest point, and
Bwept everything beforo it. The an?
nouncement that several of the ablest
and moat honorable of the United States
Senators would oxpound the principles
of this movement in favor of sound
statesmanship and against the abuse
of good government, attracted an im?
mense concourse of people to hear their
eloquent words on behalf of their new
Never since the Cooper Institute WUB
built ba3 suoh a tremendous audience
filled the large hall of that building. In
the square and on the side-walk in front
of the institute, a dense crowd congre?
gated al un early hour, and strove long
after it was aunounced that the hall was
filled, to gaiu entrance within. Tho
firing of cannon and the explosion of
fire-works attracted Rtill greater numbors
to join the multitude already collected,
but they oame only to be disappointed.
At 7.30 o'clock, the police refused to ad?
mit more persons within. The doorway,
corridors and stairways were then
jammed to suffocation. Tho outlets to
the main hall were blockaded, while the
hall itself was dense with au excited,
cheering mass of struggling humunity.
To estimate the sizo of the crowd would
be idle; but it is euough to say there
were thousands present, and almost as
many turned away, without gaining ad?
mission. Tho hall was utterly inade?
quate for tho occasion; and it ia evident
that if the needs of the reformers dur?
ing the oomiug campaign aro to be con?
sulted, we must havo another and far
larger meeting-plaoe in New York lo con
tain them when they mcot iu council.
The crowd was as respectable as it was
large, and comprised mauy of our mott
prominent citizens. They were well
dressed and well-to-do, iucluding mer?
chants and professional men, mechanics
and politioiane, Democrats and Republi?
cans, Germans and Americans, without
regard to opinion or condition. It was
an audience comprising tho wealth, re?
spectability and intelligence of the oity,
and was truly representative in ohuructer.
The ball was decorated with the Ame?
rican flag and a number of small stream?
ers, while a brass bond played appro?
priate airs at intervals. The platform
was not less crowded than the audito?
rium, many noted persons being notice?
able. The mooting was opened prompt?
ly at 8 o'olook, by the selection of Fre?
derick Conkling as chairman, which
position was filled with excellent judg?
ment and good sense in pacifying tho
audience when a disturbance occurred,
owing to the efforts of the crowd outside
to force their way into the room, and
preserving order iu spite of the difficul?
ties under which ho labored. The usual
reading of the names of officers then
followed. Prof. Gloubanskee read the
resolutions, which, in brief, were
weighty and emphatic.
Senator Trumbull was next introduced,
and was received with tumultuous cheer?
ing, which, however, was surpassed by
the enthusiastic applause from all sidos
whou Horace Greeley appeared ou the
platform and took a seat near tho speak?
ers' stand. Trumbull spoke with great
energy and fire, and not only electrified,
but also instructed, his audience by bis
eloquence. Iiis assaults on the central?
izing tendencies of the Administration
were hailed with indignant cheers, and
he astonished his hearers by showing the
despotism which threatens tho safety of
the republic Ho upheld, in unqualified
language, the true Democratic doctrine
of State rights, and while denouncing
rebels as traitors, he yet said they were
never thieves. Ho warned his audience
against the dangers of a centralized au?
thority, which bas already been esta?
blished in different States of the Union;
tribunals for tho adjudication of the
property and lives of tho people, sub?
ject to its own control, and said this
power was in great danger of abuso.
Senator Schurz next took tho stand,
and received asimilar overwhelming ova?
tion to that of Trumbull, as tho lion of
tho occaaion und the leadicg light of the
reform movement. His speech WOB
eagerly anticipatod, and attracted many
persons expressly to hear it. Ho spoke
calmly and yet earnestly, using very full
notes. His manner was not full of fire
and fury, signifying nothing, but clear,
logical and conviucing. His dispassion?
ate arguments did not carry away thu
feelings of his audience, but they ap?
pealed to their reason, and held their at?
tention closely. His voico rang clear
through the vaulted hall, and through?
out tho packed yet silent throng like tho
notes of a clarion. Tho audienco seemed
spell-bound, and only at intervals re?
covered themselves sufficiently to ap?
plaud. This, howover, they did repeat?
edly und with vigor; showing tho elo?
quence of the orator was fully appre?
ciated. Eauh word was received with
attoutiou, and every strong point made
against tho Administration was fully ap?
As to tho speech itself, wo can ouly
refer to the full report annexed, which
can alono do justice to its acumen, pro?
fundity close reasoning, wit, and other
Mrs. B. T. L. Barriuoan died at her
home, near this villago, on Sabbath
morning lust, after a long and liuguiing
illness of cancer of tho mouth aud
throat. She was a great sufferer, and
died in the fifty-first year of ber age.
DEATH OF Dn. W. K. PnoPST.--Infor?
mation roached us Thursday of the death
of Dr. W. K. Propst, at Austin, Texas.
Dr. Propst was boru and reared in this
community, but removed to Texas about
eight months ago.- Winnsboro News.
Prof. James B. Dodd, one of the most
prominent educators in the State, a well
known author of mathematical text
books, and an oarnost, zealous Christian,
died iu Greousbnrg, Kentucky, ou the
A reward of $3,000 has been ottered
for tho apprehension and return of Sa?
muel Perris, tho Graftou Bauk robber,
who broko jail recently.
Financial ?nd Commercial.
LONDON, April 13-Noon.-Consols
92%. Bonds 90^.
PARIS, April 13.-Buntes 55f. 75c.
LIVERPOOL, April 13-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed steady-uplands 11??@11??; |
Orleans 11%@11}?; sales 15,0U0 bales;
speculation and export}3,000.
"NEW YonK, Apt il 13-Noon.-Stocks
very irregular. Gold firm, at 10J?.
Money 7@7 1-32. Exohange-long
9>?; short 10. Governments very strong.
Flour quint nnd unchanged. Wheat '
dnll and heavy. Corn dull and declin?
ing. Fork steady-moss firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lard firm-steam 8%@9. Cotton quiet
and firm-uplands 23 J?; Orleans 23J^;
sales 173 bales. Freights dull.
?7 p. M.-Cotton firm; sales 813 bales
-uplands 23?.<; Orleans 23??. Flour
inactivo and heavy-common to fair
extra 7.85(2)8.75; good to choice 8.80@
11.50. Wheat nominally l@2o. lower;
milling demand from South ceased
winter red Western email@example.com. Corn
lo. lower, at 69,l?@70. Pork 13.70?
13.75. Beef quiet. Lard firmer. Freights
dull. Money closed easier, at 7, curren?
cy to gold. Sterling 9??@9J?. Gold
10^(a}10*?. Governments cloted firm,
at ?????o. advance. New South Caro?
linas up lc.; others unchanged; closing
quiet. Sales of futures to-day, 6,750
bales-April 2215-16, 23; Mav 23 3-16,
235 16; June 23%, 23%; July 24; Au?
gust 23 11-1G; September 21?/; October
CINCINNATI, April 13.-Provisions uu
settled; all stock withdrawn in anticipa?
tion of higher pricea. Whiskey 83.
LOUISVILLE, April 13.-Provisions
strong and active.
NORFOLK, April 13.-Cotton steady- j
low middling 22; receipts 207 hales; sales
100; stook 2,391.
MOBILE, April 13.-Cotton firm-mid?
dling 22><i@22.%; receipts 471 bales;
sales 1,000; stock 32.521.
CHARLESTON, April 13.-Cotton firm
middling 22@22J?; receipts 209 bales;
suleB 200; stock 17,387.
BALTIMORE, April 13.-Cotton firm
middling 235.i'; receipts 890 bales; sales
50; stock 11,448.
WILMINGTON, April 13.-Cotton dull
middling 22; receipts 93 bales; stock
SAVANNAH, April 13.-Cotton in good
demand and holders firm-middling
22)^; receipts 120 bales; enies 400; stock
PHILADELPHIA, April 13 -Cotton qniot
NEW ORLEANS, April 13.-Cotton firm
middling 22)^; receipts 721 bales; sales
3,000; stock 125,761.
BOSTON, April 13.-Cottou quiet
middling 23%; receipts 1,298 bales; sales
200; Btook 16,000.
AUGUSTA, April 13.-Cotton quiet
middling 2H?; receipts 178 bales; sales
A PAUSE IN THE JAPANESE PERSECU?
TIONS.-The Chrislia.7i Intelligencer, of the
4th instant, referring to some indica?
tions that the Japanese Government had
halted in its persecution of Christianity,
says: "It is currently reported that tho
edicts prohibiting the introduction of !
Christianity are taken down from the
public bulletins in Yeddo aud various
parts of the country, although no official
notificaton of the fact hus been made,
lest it should awaken opposition ou the
part lof bigoted and illiberal persons.
The edicts huvo beeu as follows: 'The
Christian roligion is prohibited, as it bas
been hitherto. Tho vilo aud corrupt
sect is prohibited as hitherto.' "
AN UNWIELDY CORPSE.-On Talcott
mountain, Conn., last week, Mr. Cas?
well died, aged twenty-four years. Ho
weighed 425 pounds at tho time of his
death. It was impossible to get the cof?
fin into tho houso without tearing away
tho partition. At tho funeral it was
found that the coffin could not bo put
into tho hearse, and au express wagon
was employed. At the grave-yard eight
bearers were unable to carry tho coffin to
the grave, and other persons were oalled
to help them. Tho grave was too small
for the coffin, nnd tho sexton and his as?
sistants kept the bearers waiting an hour
before they could lower it.
Tho indefatigable Mrs. Myra Gaines
hus lost ono suit iu New Orleans aud
gained four. Tho court, in tho decisiou
of tho last case, declares Mrs. Gaines the
legitimato child and heir of Daniel
Clarke, aud entitled to all thu "rights
existing in the said Daniel Clarko at tho
limo of his death." Tho samo declara?
tion was made by tho courts years ago,
and tho suits still went on from court to
court. It remains to be seen if tho re?
sources of tho btw nie ut last exhausted.
Pinchback, tho negro Lieutonant-Go
vcrnor of Louisiana, received a noto
from tho President's Private Secretary
tho other day, inviting him to another
interview with tho President nt tho
White House; but ho deoliued tho invi?
tation, on thu grouud that ho bad an
engagement with Senator Sumner. That
negro would have a wretched appetite
indeed who wouldu't rather eat with
Sumnor thau talk with Grant.
Tho police in Japan aro very vigilant.
If you have anything Btolon they run
after the thief and bring him back for |
identification. If tho stolen property is
found on him, tiley chop oil' his head
on your door-step. By paying a sum
equal to about eleven cents of our money
you eau do your own killing nud keep
A largo grindstone, weighing about
4,000 pouuds, in oporatiou at the South?
ern saw-works, in Biohnioud, Va., burst
into pieces the other day, and badly
damaged tho buildings in which it was
Prof. J. J. Ch iso] m, M. D., of Mary?
land University, says that no pood cornea
of tho practico of .sp.bmergiug the eye in
cold water once a day.
Mrs. Fair's second trial is set down
for June 21.
It costs a man ono ami u half couta to
got shaved iu Gurmuuy.
Charlea A. Dana, pays, editorially:
"We do Bot wish to do Mr. Robeson any
injustice. He is a fat, jolly story-teller.
He ia only a faithless public officer; that
ia all. We will only say there was a day
when taking $93,000 at a time out of the
Treasury in violation of law would have
been considered dishonest."
Tho newspapers are publishing it as
a remarkable fact that the salary of Pre?
sident Eliot, of Harvard College, is j
$4,000, while that of the chief cook of
ono of tho Boston hotels i H $1,500. If
President Eliot is dissatisfied with his ?
salary, why the deuoo doesn't ho turu
cook and get a bettor ono?
QThoodoie Tilton, of the Golden Age,
exclaims: "Save mo from a God who
damnsl" We should like to do it, my
boy, but tho thing is impossible.
HOTEL AUKIVALM, April 12.-Columbia
ilolel-G T AtkinB, A Waitztlldor, J B Bardy,
L Friend, D R Noble, J H Fraser, wife aud
daughter, N X: J W O'Brion, H T Peake, H J
Mccormack, J Woodruff, Charleston; C D
Lilly, J A Taliferro, Augusta; J G Thompson,
Boaufort; H D Gilbert, Wilmington; D M .
Cobb, P P 0 Co; P H Schiff and wiro, Char?
lotte; S Smith, F Skooto, USA; Rev Jas P
Nickernon House-Tl B Whitohead, Va; Mrs
J U Low, N C; J R Chatham, Holena; J H
Hooker, Conn; Mrs C lt Bryce. Miss Brjce,
Miss Mamie, Brvce, Richland; Mrs A G Tren
holm, Hauteo; F D Hatfield, N Y; Col T C
At Grand Lcdgo, Michigan, on the 2d inst.,
bv tho Rov. N. B. Gledden, Mr. RUFUS D.
WADE, of Company Shops, N. C., to Mies R.
JENNIE HOLMES, of Grand Ledgo.
Rags! Rags!*. Rags!!!
THE only licensed Junk Shop in the city I
will pay the highest market price for
RAGS, IRON. B1USS, COPPER, Ac.
April 14 3* Washington street.
Board of Trade.
THERE will be a meeting of tho Coard of
Trado ou MONDAY NIGHT, at 8 o'clock,
lu act upon tho invitation of City Council in
rofcrence to tho Morse memorial mooting.
April 14 1 President.
THE members ol tho congregation Darek
Emeth are rcquestodto attend a meeting
THIS (Sunday) AFTERNOON,at 3 o'clock.at
Tempor?neo Hall. By order of tho Presi?
dent. I. BULZBACHER,
April 14 I Secretary.
Columbia Lodge, No. 108, A. P. M.
?. THE regular Communication of!
..?^m^this Lodge will be held in Masonic |
lt Hall TO-MORROW (Monday ) EVEN
f^r \ING, at 8 o'clock. Dy order of tho
W. M. L. CARR, Secretary.
_ April 14 _ 1
Ttie Southern Favorite* ?re Coming!
CAPT. GEO. T. BHAW.Manager.
FUN! FUN! FUN!
KOA Its OF LaVGIITER!
THE O BE AT
BALLET AND PANTOMIME TROUPE
OF FRENCH ARTISTS.
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY, and one Grand
Family Matinee, FRIDAY and SATUR?
DAY EVENING, April 10 aud 2?), when will bo '
prcsontod tho Serio-Comic Pantomime, en?
Joco, tho Brazilian Apo.Paul Martiuetti.
Bong and Dance.Master Ignacio.
Ballet Divertiaemeut, M'ilo Desiree, Pre?
W. A. Huntloy, tho greatest Banjo Artiste
in America, will appear.
To conclude with their new F.iiry Trick
PAT-A-CAKE, PAT-A-CAKE, BAKER'S MAN.
With other grand foaturcs. Beautiful Hal?
lets, Sensational Gymnastic Acts, Iitfaut Won?
ders, Bongs, Dances, Graceful Groupings,
etc. Grand chaugo of bill each night.
Admission $1; reserved seats 11.25. For
sale at LyBraud's Music Store, com Deucing
Tuesday, Anril 10.
MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at
2 o'clock. GEO. W. HUNTLEY.
April ll G Agent. I
C. F. JACKSON'S.
KID GLOVES, at. 70c, il, il 30 aud f'J 30.
Lisle Thread Gloves, at 25c. to IL
Dress Goods, at lille, to fl .00 per ; ar ":.
Fans, at 5s. to $5 each.
Ladiod' Ready-made Dresses, at ?.?.">'_? to (12.
Children's Ready-made Dresse?, at fl to
$10. April 14_
J. H. K INA RD.
A Stil ct Assortment cf Choice
SPRING AND SIMMER CASSlMEfiES
India and China MATTINGS,
All of which will ho Bold at the lowest
J. H. K1NARD,
Main streut, ono door couth of Columbia
llot.l. April II ti
"Come One, Ooma AU!'
MOCK TURTLE SOUP, at ll (.'clod:.
Dolly Varden RYF. WHISKEY.
April 12 " EXCHANGE RESTAU lt ANT.
AFIRST CLASS WORKING MILLINER;
not nccesBarv to understand getting np
etilen. R. 0. SHIVER A CO.,
April 13 2 Columbia, S. G.
BJ- Ch arie s ton Xeirs copy twioo and forward
? RA DOZEN EGGS, fresh, just rooeivod
lt)V/ and for Bale by
T. J. A H. M. GIBSON,
Corner Lady and Richardson streets.
FISHER & SILLIMAN,
(Opposite Columbia Hotel,)
AND dealers in puro DRUGS,
CHEMICALS, Family Medicine I
Proprietary Goods, Fancy andJCTA
Toilet Articles, Sponges, FineQJ?0
Porfumory. Flavoring Extracts, Seeds, Ac.
PHE8CRIPTIONS preparod with aconracy
and fidelity, at all hours of tho day or night.
A?1 New, Fresh and Elegant
R. G. SHIVER & CO.'S.
Our Best Efforts this Season !
J^"0 one caa f^rai any Moa of tho immensity
of Merchandise wo doal in, unices by a care?
ful look through our storo. All aro iuvited
to call and HOO for themselves, as it is impos?
sible to enumerate-a stock so large. Re?
in ember, the larg ott house, by double, in the
South, aud the best facilities for buying
cheap on this continent.
JVprUlI_R. C. SHIVER A CO.
TO THE PUBLIC!
9 3 0,000 WORTH
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
OPEN for inspection, consisting of the
lMct-t and most approved styles of Men's
and Bovfl' Wear. HATS, GAPS and Gents'
FURNISHING GOODS of every description,
i Wo offer tho abovo at the loweat prices for
cash, in order to establish our honso as the
cheapest clothing house in Colnmbia.
j S. STRAUS A Hitit..
April 12 Under Colnmbia Hotel.
JJAS just received a lurgo lot of Michigan
fine cut CHEWING TOBACCO, direct from
A new supply of Havana CIGARS, viz:
"William Tell," "Operas," Ac. April 12
jKsyrp^ UNDOUBTEDLY, we have this
ffiSfelfoseason the best selectiou of SILK
I -3**.;>U(iOODS, Straw Gooda, While Gooda,
S^B^ylieal and Imitation Huir Goods,
wP.ySfi Ribo ns, Laces, Embroideries, La
^v^'jL dies' Uuder-wcar, Made-up Suits,
Ac, Ac, ever econ in atty ono retail storo in
South Carolina. Our pride ia not in keeping
tho largest stock, in having "stacks" of
goods, as some express it, ttbr generally,
whero jon find "Btaclts," yon will find the
poorest assortment,) but our pride is in keep?
ing a select stock of all gooda belonging to a
dry good", millinery and dress-making busi?
ness. Everything ia bought with a strict re?
gard for combining style and tasto with
prices to Btiit our people Samples of Dress
Gooda, Ac, will ho sont by mail to all apply?
Our busincaa is organized in throo depart?
ments, vi/: Dry Gooda, Millinory and Dress?
making. Millinery and Dross-making depart?
ments in charge of ladies of tho best skill aud
tasto to be had iu tho city of Baltimore. Or?
der your Spring Hat or Bonnet, which can bo
returned, if vou aro not pleased.
JAMES W. FOWLER A CO.,
Proprietors Emporium of Fasbiou,
April 2 12 Abbeville, 8. C.
rpONGUES. Roof, Salmon, Breakfast Bacon,
JL David Uams, Boulogua Saussago and
Mountain Venison llama.
March 22_GEO. SIMMERS.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
EN preference to London Porterand Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it is oxmdulteratad
Corn and Oats.
1 AAA BUSHELS WHITE CORN,
JLaUUU 300 bushels FEEDING OATS,
for pale low for caah. E. HOPE.
Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
' .4 FULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FAMILY
: l\. Ci ROUERIES, in all their varieties. Best
brands Champagnes, Vi ines, Liquors, Ac,
suitable for Christmas, ou hand and for sale
! low.by JOHN AGNF.W A SON.
Seegers' Beer vs Pure.
IT i >;> t contain Coeoculus Indi.ua Fiah
Horries to tu uko sloepy ^r headache.
5,000 Live Indians Just Arrived.
ri^UKY aro nittcd againBt John Seegers'
JL 10,000 K. K.'a, at tho odds. But all may
end in smoke._GEO. 8YMMERS.
ON FIUDAY, 19th instant, at ll o'clock, A.
M., we will sell, on the premises, to the
highest bidder, without reaerre, the following
valuable HEAL ESTATE:
Vacant LOT, 54 feet front, located on the
East Bide of Gatos street, between Lady and
Vacant Lot, oorner of Gervais and Gatea
streets, 84 feet 6 inches front on Gervais
street, and running back 1G0 feet on Gates
Vacant Lot, same size, fronting on Gervais
street, East of and adjoining the above.
Two quartor acre LOTS on the South sido
of Gervais street, between Gatos and Lincoln
Tho HOUSE and LOT on tho North-oast
corner of Gervais and Lincoln streets.
Terms made known at sale.
SEIBEL8 A EZELL,
April 14_Beal Estate Brokers.
Valuable Property in Picken? County
IN nnrenance ol a deoretal order of the Cir?
cuit Court for Bickens Connty, I will sell
to tho highest bidder, for cash, on Bale-day
in Hay, at PickenB Court House,
That desirable Beal Estate known aa the
'CHU IKS HANK TAN-YABD," situated on
Brushy Creek, waters of Saluda, near tho
Air Lino Railroad, and about cloven miles
I from Greenville and ten miles from Kew
Picken a. The traot contains 717 aerea, o f
which some 450 acres aro splendid virgin fo?
rest. Of the remainder, about 200 aerea have
been cleared since the war and are in a high
Btate of cultivation. On tho premises is one
of the best Tan-yards in the State, and in
A comfortable DWELLING and all neces?
sary ont buildings, in good repair.
Thia is a rare opportunity xor purchasing
good Beal Eatate, in a County as distin?
guished for tho good order of its society as
tor tho salubrity of ita climate and the purity
i of its water.
On tho abovo premises, on the Wednesday
following, a large lot of F ABM STOCK, con?
sisting of Horses, Cows, Oxen and Hogs, and
Plantation Tools, Cotton Gin and Screw,
Sugar Mill, Mc Wright's Mill and a Copper
i Boiler; a lot of Lime, Tan-bark, Tannera'
I Tools, Ac, Ac
The above is sold as the property of Gillam
and Aiken for the payment of the debts.
March 31 Sheriff of Piokena County.
SST" Greenville Enterprise and Pickena Scn
I *tnc* copy until day of sale.-_
State License Notice.
OFFICE OF AunrroR or RICHLAND Cotrjrrr,
COLUMBIA, 8. G., April 1,1872.
ALL persons engaged in the following oc?
cupations, professions, Ac, viz: Stock
Brokers. Exchange Brokers, Bill Brokers,
Beal Estate Brokers, Merchandize Brokera,
Billiard Booms, Bowling Saloons, Bagatollo
Tables, Ten Pin Alleys, Hotels, Inns, Livery
Stables, Taverns or Saloons, Merchants,
Hanks, (except National Banks,) Railroads,
Auctioneers, Attorneys at Law, Solicitera,
Lawyers, Physicians, Dentists, Insurance
Agenta, Architects, Photographer?, Daguer
rean Artists, Officials of State, County, oity,
corporation or society, reoeiving a , salary ;
Drummers, or persons selling by sample or
soliciting orders; Telegraph Lines, Express
Lines, Ac, Ac, are hereby notified th At they
are required to make returns and pay hoense
under the provisions of "An Act to provide
for a general license law," passed Maroh 13,
1872. M. ?. CALNAN,
April ll_Auditor Bichland Connty.
A Choice Selection
1 8 7 2 !
OT. D. LOVE & CO.
NOW opening daily all the newest styles ra
Ult ? GOODS, comprising new and hand?
some dosignB in
DRESS GOODS, PIQUES, FROISSETTE
STRIPES, VIENNA SATINS, Ac
In our stock will bo found the finest, largest
aud most varied etock of
EMBROIDERIES, Laces, Puffings, Standard
Cambric and Swiss Trimmings, Snow-Drop
Trimmings, Ribbone, Ac
Now Styles CAMBBICS and PBINTS.
Ladies' BEADY-MADE GARMENTS, in ah
tho now styles.
New Spring CASSIMERES, Cloths, Linens
Foll line of HOUSE KEEPING GOODS.
CARPETS, Mattings and Window Shadea
a full linc. *
A determined effort has been made to ele?
va to the character of our stock, in all respects,
to a point of excellence beyond comparison.
OUR PRICES are not only LOW, but de
cidcdlv BO, and often much below those of
WE AIM AT POPULAR PRICES.
W. D. LOVE._B. B. McOBEEBY.
JUST TO HAND.
A choice assortment
of Spring Cassimeres,
for men and boys, from
Virginia, Woolen Fac?
These goods we war?
rant to he No. 1. No?
thing shoddy about
them. Call and ex?
PORTER & STEELE.
NORTn RIVER HAY,
North Carolina Hav,
Kentucky Timothy Hay. For sale by
P. CANTWELL, Colombia, 8. C.
Orders from tho country promptly attonded