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Foreign A ff* Ira.
GENEVA, April 15.-The Bitting of the
tribunal for tho settlement of the Ala?
bama olaims opened this morning, and
terminated at noon. The statement that
Ooant Bolopis presided was incorrect.
None of the five arbitrators were pre?
sent. Great Britain and the United
States only were represented; the former
by Lords Ten tom, Taylor and Bernard;
and the latter by Davis, Gushing and
Beaman. The official proceedings were
confined to the delivery of documents
to the secretary of the tribunal, who
will transmit them to tho arbitrators.
LONDON, April 15.-In the House of
Commons, to-night, Gladstone, in reply
to inquiries from Slr. Disraeli and others,
again assured the members that the note
accompanying the British counter
olaims protested against the jurisdiction
of tho arbitrators over tho claim for in?
direct damages. Gladstone proposed to
lay the documents b of ore the House to?
LONDON, April 1G. - The following
statements give the only authority and
foundation, so fur as oan be ascertained,
for tho reported differences between
Franoe and Germany, mention of which
was made in these despatches yesterday:
The London Telegraph, of Monday,
basing an editorial article upon the as?
sertions made by its own Paris and Ber?
lin correspondents, said: "Wo regret to
learn of relations between France and
Germany, the critical oondition whereof,
os made known through these columns,
is causing the greatest anxiety to those
by whom it is best appreciated. It is
only by the exercise of discretion at
Paris and Berlin that grave complica?
tions may be avoided."
The statements of the correspondents,
upon whioh the foregoing is predicted,
are, in substance, tbat Germany distrust
the good faith of Franco, is displeased
at the extent of the armament and mili?
tary organization which tho Thiers Go?
vernment is carrying forward, and thal
Prince Bismarck is about to enter a for'
mal protest against the course France if
pursuing, in whioh ho will declare thc
necessity for prompt and decisive actioc
on tho part of Germany, even to tho ex
tent of re-occupying the departments o!
Franco lately evacuated by the troops ol
In addition to these statements of it:
correspondents, the Telegraph assorti
editorially that it knows, on tho highes
authority, that the speeoh of Thiers, a
the adjournment of tho French Assem
b!y, created grave impressions at h odin
Neither letters nor editorials ' o? un;
other London newspaper give confirma
tion or countenance to the assertions o
the Telegraph; and while it has beei
hinted that that jourual is in some wa
in the service and interest of the Ger
man Chancellor, a more general imprec
sion is that the whole story is fabricated
either as a sensation or with design c
aiding in some speculative scheme.
NEW YORK, April 16.-The Tumman
Society elected the following offioers fe
the ensuing yeur: Saohems, Horati
Seymour, john T. Hoffman, Chark
O'Connor, John W. Charnier, Satnui
Tilden, Edward L. Donnelly, S. I
Church, John Kelly, Oswald Ottendor
er, William Conner, August Bclmou
Miles B. Andona and John Fox. Tret
surer, Arthur Leary. Sagninone, Wi
son Small. Secretary, Joel O. Steven
A general committee of colored cit
zens resolved last night to omit a pub!
oeiebration of the anniversary of tl
CAMDEN, N. J., April 16.-John J
Mitchell, a leading Republican lawyer i
West Jersey, has written a letter to Ho:
James Scovell, declaring in favor of tl
HAVANA, April 16.-The death of Gei
Edward Agramonte is fully confirmed.
The Spauish frigates Arapiles ai
Gerona have left St. Thomas for Yen
zuela. The Spauish ship-of-war Torn
do has gone to Aspinwall.
A purging house on Foy's pluntatii
was burned. Loss $150,0(J0.
WASHINGTON, April 16-Evening.
The bili prepared by Re presen tati
Kelly, and which was to-day ordered
be printed, is eutitlod an Act for tho fe
thor reduotion of taxation, and the pi
moting of eommerco, and is designed
be offered as a substitute to the tariff ai
tax bill reported to-day from the Coi
mittee of Ways, and Means. Mr. Ms
nard united with Kelly in this measui
revising the order of tho Committeo
Ways and Means. Kelley's bill gives t
precedence to tho internal roveuuo f<
ture instead of to the tariff foaturo.
provides a uniform tax of sixteen cei
a pound on tobacco, and a consolid?t
tax of sixty-five cents ou Bpirits, t
abolishes the tnx on sales both on spit
and tobacco. The changes propos
will, it is said, enable tho treusu
practically to disband tho interi
revenue service, so far as assosso
collectors and assistants are concern*
It makes provision for tho main
nance of tobacco bonded warehouB
under such regulations as may be p
scribed by tko Secretary of tho Tr
sury, and abolishes about one-half \
stamps included in Schedule B. 1
tariff section adds tea and coffee to
free list, together with other artic
whioh enter into general cousumpti
but are not produced in this count
It also adds tho ton per oont. rcduot
of the Senate on iron and manufaotti
thereof, woolen, worsted and cot
goods, and some other articles. 1
joint measure makes a reduotion
$50,000,000 from tho two sources
revenue, and provides for a diminu?
of the force of tho internal rove
service to tho extent of one-half
number of employees and expenses.
The Cabinet was in session for ut
two hours to-day, ull tho members bc
present, oxcepting Secretary Deli
who is still Wost, and General Co
represented tho Interior Dopartm
Tho spocial feature of interest was
reading o! a telegram from General
Sheridan to the Secretary of War, an?
nouncing that thirty-five privates and
seven officers of the Juarez party bad
orossed the river. They were arrested
and taken to San Antonia, where the
privates were released on parole, though
the officers are still under arrest. Gene?
ral Sheridan also asks what disposition
shall bo made of them, and the subject
was referred to the Attorney-General,
who will correspond with reference
thereto with the local State authorities
at San Antonio. The Cabinet was also
engaged with department business of no
extraordinary import. The English
noto was not alluded to in the courso of
official business before the Cabinet to?
Probabilities-Clear and pleasant wea?
ther will generally prevail over tho New
England, Middle and South Atlantic
States on Wednesday, and the brisk and
high North-westerly winds will diminish
in force during to-uight. The barome?
ter will continue failing from Laius Su?
perior and Michigan to the lower Mis?
souri Valley, with increased cloudiness
and Easterly to Southerly winds, during
to-night, and will extend over the Mid?
dle and Southern States on Wednesday.
Threatening weather aud rain will pro?
bably prevail from Tennessee Northward
and Westward. Dangerous winds aro
In tho Senate, Sherman, from the
Committee on Finance, reported a bill
to provide for the redemption and sale
of landa held by the United States under
the several Ants levying direct taxes,
which wau passed, lt excludes from its
provision all lots or tracts on which
there aro national cemeteries, or which
have been set apart by tho Presideut of
tho United States, aud aro now needed
for military pr naval purposes. Pome?
roy said he wished to examine tho bill,
and entered a motion to reconsider the
vote by which it was passed.
In the House, a committee of confer?
ence was ordered upon tho bill trans?
porting mails. Tho St. Croix Railroad
grant was defeatod by 110 to 54. Tuc
river and harbor bill gives $10,000 and
the unexpended appropriations of 1871
to the Charleston harbor and $50,001
for the improvement of tho Savanna!:
Uiver and harbor.
The Morse memorial meeting, iu tht
House of Representatives, is a succors.".
Tho President baa issued a proclama
tion inaugurating tho civil service rcgu
MERIDIAN, MISS , April 16.-Thor?
was au earthquake hero ut half-past !
o'clock this morning. It lasted half i
minute. It crucked plastering aud brok
some glass; no other damage. It nassci
from North-east to South-west, tukin?
in York, Ala., and Enterprise, Miss.
SALT LAKE, April 10.-United State
Associate Justice Hawley returned tc
day from the East. It is said to be Iii
intention to adjourn the Mormon Coe
terence from week to week until Brighnr
Young shall be released. A new (lentil
paper, the Daily Evening Express, wi
be issued on the 1st of May.
Tho snow is rapidly meltiug in tb
mining districts, and it seems to bo th
generul impression that wo have seen tl:
last of the winter.
Tho Mormons and Gentiles aliko ai
anxiously awaiting tho decision in tl
NEW YORK, April 1G-Evening.-Tl
Board of Brokers voted to attend tl.
funeral on Thursday, of George V
Wilson, who died yesterday. Ho wns
prominout broker, and a well-know
It is reported that Director Eldndg
of the Erie Railway, has resigned.
The habeas corpus cases, which it
expected will release some 300 criminul
was postpoued till Thursday.
President Woolsey, of Yalo Colleg
prints a denial that ho favors tho Aw
rican case as submitted to tho Gone
arbitrators; but, on tho contrary, co
demos it, aud always has since he fn
saw the entire text.
The Methodist Coufereuce to-d
adopted a resolutiou condemning Su
day mail trains, on the ground that th
lead to Suuday travel, and a couseqne
violation of tho Sabbath, incidents!
leading to communism.
CHARLOTTE, N. C., April 1G.-T
Dispatch, of this oity, will to-morn
oontaiu tho following account of a mi
tary outrago in South Carolina: 1
latter part of last week, a squad of I
deral cavalry shot and killed a pc
countryman by tho name of Paris, wu
fishing in a boat in Broad River, in Ye
County, S. C. Tho soldiers allege tl
they shot only to terrify him. '1
squad was under command of Lieu
A Pittsburg manufacturer lately
coi ved tho following noto from II. (
"I understand you sell largo quantil
of bolts and nuts, uud that tho latter
of a very superior quality. If you i
send mo a bushel or two of your 1
nuts iu time for spring planting, I v
by return moil, tell you what I ki
about bolts, which is a good deal."
Louis Napoleon is said to bo grow
moro and moro confident of tho ullin
restoration of his line. Should
French throne bo regained for his t
it will bo tho first instance ni nco 185!
which a Fronch sovereign has been ?
ceded by his son.
^^??tfEjC???* A LAUGH aud complete
*seasE3*eorkmonk NF BILK L?JT?
FLAX and COTTON LINES.
Every variety of superfine Limerick
Kirby HOOKS; Limoriok Hooks on gimp
gnt; Cork Floats, Trout Spinners, and
Hpoons, with a tull supply of Multipl
Heels and Fishing Hods, just received at
April 17 ws4? _E. POLLARD
FRESH to hand: Exton Rutter, A
Root, Cream biscuit. Lunch. \
Mushroom, Ac. OEO. HYMME1
0,000 Live Indians Just Arrive'
11HEY aro pitted against John Seo
. 10,000 K. K.'e, at tho odds. Hut all
end iu smoko. QUO. HYSIME1
THE MOBS S M EM OBI AL MEETING.
There was a goodly meeting of oar citi?
zens in the hall of the Honse of Repre?
sentatives, last evening, in accordance
with the invitation sent ont from Wash?
His Honor Mayor Alexander took the
chair temporarily, and called the meet?
ing to order.
Professor J. L. Reynolds, D. D.,
opened the proceedings with prayer,
ofter which the Clerk of Council, Mr.
Etter, rend tho invitation and tho reso?
lutions of Council culling the meeting.
Dr. M. LaBordo wus unanimously
elected permanent chuirmau and Ur. W.
lt. Cathcart Secrotury of the meeting.
Upon being conducted to the ohair,
Dr. LaBordo made a few appropriate re?
marks thanking the assembly for tho
honor conferred upon him, and in feel?
ing terms stating tho object of the meet?
ing to be not u political ono, but a com?
mon desire to mingle our sympathies
and grateful feelings in honor of tho me?
mory of the great Morse, in whom all
American citizens may feel a common
pride. Ho paid high tribute to the
aharaoter and scientitio attainments ol
tho great Morse, and dwelt in eloquent
strains upon tho grund spectacle whicli
the day witnessed of u wholo nation
simultaneously gathering together tc
honor one of her illustrious citizens,
At the closo of Dr. LaBorde's remarks,
tho 18th Regimont United States Band,
which was in uttoudance, struck up tin
pathetic air, "Sweet Spirit, Hear Mj
Dr. LaBordo theu introduced Mr. J
D. Tradewoll, thu orator lirst in ordo
upon tho occasion. Mr. Tradewoll govt
a graphic skutch of tho lifo of Prof
Morse, his early struggles and Anal sue
cess, when he discovered telegraphy
that stamped him ut onco as a dtslin
guished scientist. Prof. Morse, hu said
was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts
reo?ved his collegiate educntiou at Yale
and, in tho early part of his lifo, devote
himself to puintiug uud the tine arts, ii
which ho attained no mediocro repu tn
tiou. For many yeurs ho followed th
business of portrait puintiug in the cit
of Charleston, and afterwards, au ho bi
came moro skilled and porfect in his pre
fusuiou, removed to New York, where h
competed successfully with the mo:
tiuisbed master:*. But wo cannot, in tu:
desultory way, do anything liko juslic
or soareu givo an idea of the interesting
elegant aud finished address of Mi
Tradewoll, and thureforo will not fur tia
attempt it. Suffice it to say that it eu
bodied au acoount of the life and worl
of Prof. Morse, commendable alike fi
its fullness of detuil uud pleasing style,
After thu closo of Mr. Tradewell
speech, the excellent eighteenth reg
nient band entertained the assembly wil
a beautiful and solemn air.
Through the telegraph wires that hr
been introduced into the hall, und we
worked by tho Secretary, W. R. Cat
cart, despatches were received fro
Washington giving tidings of tho grui
success of the central meeting tber
and of despatches received from Hoi
Kong, Singapore, Australia, aud neat
overy other section of the world c
pressive of sympathy aud of respect
the memory of the luther of telegraph
After thu reading of these despatch!
Judge Willard, tho next orator of t
evening, was introduced.
Judge Willard, who, like the rest
the speakers, hud his address earefu
prepared and written, dwelt in uu in
resting and instructive manner upon t
grand impulse to modern civilizati
which the great invention of Profess
Morse hud given, tho wondrous fucili
it gavo to tho communication of thougl
tho lever, of nil progress, its i tn net
advantage in commercial growth, a
tho various interests of lifo upon whi
tho beneficent effects of telegraphy i
exorcised to a greater or less degree.
Judge Willard spoke at considera
longth, and his really able address x
listened to with unflagging inter
throughout. There was one part of
remarks in which he pictured un anuir
between tho moon nnd tho Ku K
Klan; tho point and humor of whi
wo presume, us thero was no respous
laugh, was lost npon thu audience.
After a short interlude, filled by
charming music of tho band and
reading of an appropriate despat
which wus sent to Washington, and <
bodied au expression of the success i
interesting character of the meeting ht
Mr. Chamberlain, tho third aud
orator of the ovouiug, was iutroduc
Of Mr. Chamber? lin's address we
only say, that in it, ns in most of
public efforts, ho exhibited a force,
originality, and n coinprehcnsivcuest
thought, presented in a scholarly
impressive stylo, which high quali
combined lift him from tho plane
commonplace speakers, and comma
nnd secures for him always tho pier
attention of on intelligent audicuco.
When Mr. Chamberlain had ondetl
appropriate preamble aud rcsoluti
were adopted, and after another iu
riting air from tho band, and a bene
tion by Rev. Mr. Bubbit, tho meet
which was in every respect a most j
sant ono, was dismissed.
The following ia a copy of tho
spatch alluded to above:
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 1G, 187
To Hon. James G. Blaine, Chair
Morse Memorial Meeting, Washiiu
ThoStato'of South Carolina anil
city of Columbia, ns represented bj
citizens assembled in the hall of
Honse of Representatives in this
tender to their fellow-citizens thc
pression of their profound symputl
tho world-wide loss sustained in
death of Professor S. F. B. Morse,
immense concourse now assembled
moved with tho deopest emotion as
recall tho value and extent of tho
which he has bestowed. Patriol
gratitude, national famo and per;
esteem combino to do him their sine
honor. M. LABORDE, Chairan
irinanelal ?na Commercial.
LONDON, April 16-Noon.-Consola
92%. Bonds 90^.
FRANKFORT, April 16.-Bond? 96.
PARIS, April 16.-Bentes 55f 02c.
LIVERPOOL, April 16-3 P. M.-Cotton
steady-npluuds 11%; Orleans 11%; |
sales 12,000 bales; speculation and ex?
LIVERPOOL, April 16-Evening. - Cot?
ton steady. Manchester advices unfa?
NEW YORK, April 16-Noon.-Flour
quint and unchanged. Wheat dull und
unchanged. Corn steady. Pork dull
mess 13.G0@13.62. Lu rd steady-steam
9%@9jJ?. Cotton quiet and stoody
middling uplands 23;n ; Orleans 21; sales
418 bales. Freights steady. Stocks
steady aud quiet. Gold strong. Go?
vernments steady but not quito so strong.
Money 7. Gold 10%. Exohango-long
7 P. M.-Cotton firm; Bales 4,406
b iles-uplands 23%; Orleans 24. Flour ?
firm and steady. Whiskey quiet. Wheat
steadier. Corn quite active and firmer,
at 70@70%. Bice dull, at 9($9%. Pork
lower, nt 13 email@example.com. Lard closed
weak. Freights steady. Sales of cotton
to-day for futuro delivery 8,000 bales, as
follows: Moy 23%, 23 5 16; June 23%;
August 24; September 22;*?<, 22ki; Octo?
ber 21; November 20; December 19.%,
19 7-16. Money closed easier, at G@7.
Sterling ?'%@9j>?. Gold 10%@U.
Goverunv"nts moderately active und un
change New South Carolinas firm;
others duli but steady.
CINCINNATI, April 16.-Flour steady.
Corn advanced, at 48@49. Pork quiet
city 14.00. Lird firm, at 8%. Bacon
firm-shoulders 5; sides 0%(a}7%.
LOUISVILLE, April 16.-Bagging un?
changed. Flour firm. Provisions quiet
aud firm. Whiskey 83@84.
PHILADELPHIA, April 16.-Cotton firm
BOSTON, April 16.-Cottou steady
middling 237?; receipts 947 bales; sales
400; stock 10,0^0.
NOKEOLK, April 1G.-Colton firm -
low middling 22; receipts Gb"2 bales;
sales 100; stock 1,919.
AUGUSTA, April 1G.-Cotton steady
middling 22; receipts 100 bales; sales
CHARLESTON, April 1G.-Cottou strong
-middling 22%; receipts 312 bales; sales
35; atock 17,229.
GALVESTON, April 1G -Cottou steady
-good ordinary 20J;?'; receipts 98 balts;
sales 350; stock 16,854.
MOUILE, April 16.-Cotton steady
middling 22J.?; receipt.! 96 bales; sales
8u0; sto?k 32,527.
BALTIMORE, April 16.-Cottou quiet
and firm-middling 23%; "receipts 575
bales; sales 110; stock 11,880.
SAVANNAH, April 16.-Cotton firm and
in good demand-middling 22'.,; re?
ceipts S36 bales; sales 900; stock 30,499.
WILMINQTON, April 16.-Cotton-mid?
dling 22%; receipts 84 bales; sales 70;
NEW ORLEANS, April 1G.-Cotton firm
middling 22??; receipts G.S?3 bales; sales
5,900; stock 120.7GG.
THE VALIDITY OF TUB CITY DEUT.
Yesterday, for the first time, the cuso of
Alva Gage et al. rs. the City Council cl
al., was heard upon its merits in thc
State Circuit Court before Judge Gra?
ham. Tho case was instituted iu July,
1870, for tho purposo of testing tho lega?
lity of tho city debt, aud has boen ever
since awaiting its turu upon the docket.
Its first object is to restrain the City
Council from assessing tho property of
the citizens, and from collecting taxes
to pay thc iutere.st aud principal of city
stock, und moro particularly of that
stock issued iu aid of railroads out of
the city, and in and out of the State.
Certain stockholders are made parties
defendant with the City Council to rep?
resent tho ?tock, and tho snit was be?
gun, and is prosecuted by certain
holders of real property within the city.
Tho main ground of tho plaintiffs' cuso
is that there was no power to .subscribe
to these railroads inherent in, or granted
to, Council, which could biud the pro?
perty of Ibo citizens.
A motion for a preliminary injunction
against thu payment of interest on thu
city stock was argued before Associate
justice Willard, but refused ou grounds
of public expediency, which did not touch
tho merita of tho caso. Messrs. Brew?
ster, Spratt ?V Bnrko and Asher D. Co?
hen aro counsel for tho plaintiffs, and
Mosars. D. T. Corbin, Wbaley A*
Mitchel], Thomas Y. Simons and John
Phillips for Iho defendants. The coun?
sel for the plaintiffs woro beard in argu?
ment, yesterday, np to tho hour of ad?
journment.- Charleston News, 10///.
A despatch to tho Charleston News
says: lt is probablo that thc Deaf and
Dumb Asylum at Spartanburg will be
closed, as no supplies can bc obtained
and tho pupilu aro destitute. Of lust
3'eur's appropriation over ?3,000 still re?
main to tho credit of tho institution,
yot tho treasurer professes to bo unable
to pay its draft Tor S2,(:00, and this is
tho cause of the probablo Suspension.
Florida now has two Stato govern?
ments in .successful operation.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Bail
COLUMPIA, H. C., April 17,1872.
THE next annual mooting of tho Stock?
holders ot this Company will bo held at
Oharlotto, N. C., on WEDNESDAY, tho lirst
dav of May next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Stockholders and their families residing
with them will ho passed over tho Road with?
out charg?, going to and returning from
Oharlotto to attend tho mooting. Evidence
of Knob interest imut bo exhibilcd to tho
Agent or Conductor. C. ROUKNlGHT\
April 17 til Secret >i ry.
Look Ont for K K.'S!
I March 28 JOHN C SEEGERS'.
J. H. K IN ARD
A Select Assortment of Choice
SPRING AND SUMMER CASHMERES,
India and China MATTINGS,
All of which will bu sold at tho lowest
J. H. KIN ARD,
Maiu street, ono door South of Colombia
Hotel._April 14 C
CAPT. GEO. T. SHAW.Manager.
Tile Southern Favoriten arc Coming!
PUN! FUN! FUN!
. ? ?
ROARS OF LWGIITBRI
BALLET AND PANTOMIME TROUPE
OF FRENCH ARTISTS.
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY, and one Grand
Family Matinee, FRIDAY and SATUR?
DAY EVENING, April 19 and 20, when will bo
presented tho Scrio-Comic Pantomimo, en?
Joco, tho Rrazilian Ape.Paul Martioetti.
Song and Danco.Master Ignacio.
Hallet Divorcement, M'llo Desiree, Pre?
SV. A. Huntlor, tho greatest Barjo Artiste
in America, will appear.
To coucludo with their now Fairy Trick
PAT-A-OAKE, PAT-A-CAKE,BAKER'S MAN.
With other grand features. Beautifnl Bal?
lets, Sensational Gymnastic Acts, Infant Won?
ders, Songs, Dances. Graceful Groupings,
otc. Grand change of bill each night.
Admission $1; reserved seats $1.25. For
salo at LyBraod's Music Store, commencing
Tucsdav, ADril 10.
MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at
2 o'clock. GEO. W. HUNTLEY,
April 14 0 _A?ont. _
All New, Fresh and Elegant
R. 0. SHIVER & CO.'S.
Our Best Efforts this Season!
J^"0 ono can form any idea of the immonBity
of Merohandi?O wo doal in, unless hy a care?
ful look through our store. All aro invitod
to call and see for themselves, as it is impos?
sible to enumerate a etock so large. Re?
member, tho largest houee, hy double, in the
^;.utti, and tho beat facilities tor bujing
cheap on this continent.
April ll _R. C^SniVER A CO. _
A Choice Selection
1 8 7 2!
W. 13. LOVE & CO.
NOW opening daily all the newett styles in
1>RV GOODS, Comprising new and hand?
some designs in
DRESS GOODS, TIQUES, FROISSETTE
j BTRirES, VIENNA SATINS, Ac.
In our stock Will he found the finest, largest
and mott varied stock of
EMBROIDERIES, Laces, P?nings, St and ard
Cambric and Swiss Trimmings, Snow-Drop
Trimmings, Ribbons, Ac.
New St vies CAMBRICS and PRINTS.
Ladios'READY-MADE GARMENTS, in all
thc new styles.
New Spring CASHMERES, Clothe, Linens
Full lino of HOUSE KEEPING GOODS.
CARPETS, Mattings and Window Shades
a full linc.
A determined effort baa been mado to cln
vnte tho character of our stoc-k, in all respects,
to a point of excellence beyond comparison.
OUR PRICES aro not only LOW, but do
cidcdlv so, and often much below thoso of
WE AIM AT POPULAR PRICES.
W. I). LO VU. B. B. MoO REER Y.
E. H. HEINITSH, |
Apotheker und Drog'uerien Handler,
g Mail) Strasse, gegeneber der Phatnix Office.
MOCHTE dun geehrt n, Deutschen Uioscr
stadt anzeigen dass er stets dio heston,
Arzneien Vorrathig hat, Besonder'? Dontsch
Camomille, Bhitreinigrudo Pillen, Kaiser
Pilton, Lcbon's Elixir, Queen's Delight, Kina
Kaltliobor Kur, Ijoher und hint Pillen, und !
andere von unsorn Deutschen Landeslensen
gessrieoone Medicinen. AIH. auch den
hom ihmtcti Doutschen "BrustTheo,"einziges
gutes and radicales hoilmlttol gogon husten
Alle Fancy Artickcl gewohnlich in einow
Apothcko Gehalten sind uti ta in besten
aiiHwahl sorrathig. April 3 t
TjlOR iiilo at Now York rates, at
; THE ci nz ENS* SAVINGS BANK.
BY D.C. PEIXOTTO & BON.
TO-MORROW (Thursday ) MORNING, at 10
o'olock, in front of our Auction Store, we
will sell, without reserve,
Sundry articles of FURNITURE, consisting
of a fine Cottage Set, Carpets, Chaira, Mar?
ble-top Table, Rooking Chairs, Shades, Mat?
tresses, and many uBeiul articles,
20 bags FLOUR.
R?xes Ginger Snape,
Crockery and Glassware.
Terms cash. _ April 17
ON FRIDAY. 19th instant, at ll o'clock, A.
M.. wo will sell, on the premiaos, to the
highest bidder, without reserve, the following
valuable REAL ESTATE:
Vacant LOT, 64 feot front, located on the
East side of Gatea street, between Lady and
Vacant Lot, cornor of Gervais and Gatos
streets, 34 feet 6 inches front on Gervais
street, and running back 160 feet on Gatea
Vacant Lot, samo size, fronting on Gervais
street. East of and adjoining the above.
Two quarter acre LOTS on the South Bide
of Gervais atreet, between Gates and Lincoln
Tho HOUSE and LOT on the North-east
corner of Gervais and Lincoln etreota.
Terms mado known at sale.
BEIdELS A EZELL,
. April 14_Real Estate Brokera.
Valuable Property in Fickeni County
TN pursuance ot a decretal order of the Cir
JL cuit Court for Pickena County, I will aell
to the highest bidder, for cash, on sale-day
in May, at Pickons Court House,
That desirable Real Estate known aa the
"CRUIKSHANK TAN-YARD," eituated on
Brushy Creek, waters of Saluda, near the
Air Lino Railroad, and about eleven miles
from Greenville and ten miles from New
Pickons. The tract contains 717 aeres, o?
which some 450 acree are splendid virgin fo?
rest. Of the remainder, about 200 acree have
been cleared ainco the war and are in a high
state of cultivation. On the premieea ia one
of tho beet Tan-yards in the Btate, and in
A comfortable DWELLING and all neces?
sary out buildings, in good repair.
This is a rare opportunity for purchasing
good Real Estate, in a County as distin?
guished for the good order of its society aa
tor tho salubrity of its climate and the purity
of its water.
On tho above premises, on the Wednesday
following, a largo lot of FARM bTOCK, con?
sisting of Homes, Cowa, Oxen and Hogs, and
Plantation Toole, Cotton Glu and Screw,
Sugar Mill, McWrigbl'a Mill and a Copper
Boiler; a lot of Lime, Tan-bark, Tanners'
Tools, Ac, Ac.
Tho above is sold as tho property of Gillam
and Aiken for tho payment of the debta.
March SI Sheriff of Pickena County.
JOS- Greenville Enterprise and Pickena Sen?
tinel copy until day of salo._
AT . . ' l:
C. F. JACKSON'S.
KID GLOVES, at 75o., $1, $1.50 and ?2.50.
Lisio Thread Gloves, at 25c. to $1.
Dress Gooda, at l2Jc. to $1.50 per yard.
Fans, at 5o. to $5 each.
Ladies' Ready-mado DreBSoa, at $3.50 to $12.
Children's Ready-made Dresses, at $1 to
FISHER & SILLIMAN,
(Opposite Columbia Hotel,)
AND dealers ia pur? DRUGS,
CHEMICALS, Family Medicines.
Proprietary Goods, Fancy and XI A
_ Toilot Articlee, Sponges, Fine??U
Perfumery. Flavoring Extracts, Seeds, Ao.
PRESCRIPTIONS prepared with accuracy
and fidelity, at all boura of tho day or night.
TT A3 juet received a large lot of Michigan
fine cut CHEWING TOBACCO, direot from
A new supply of Havana CIGAR8, viz:
"William Tell," "Opcrae," Ac. April 12
JUST TO HAND.
-. ? ?.
A choice assortment
of Spring Cashmeres,
for men and boys, from
I Virginia, "Woolen Fac?
These goods we war?
rant to be No. 1. No?
thing shoddy about
them. Call and ex?
PORTER & STEELE.
N. C. Seed Corn.
HAS boon acleatod with care for thirty
years. A few hu shela for Balo by
March 3 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Gold and Silver
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS'SAVINGS BANK.
North Carolina Hay.
rr pf BALES good N. C. HAY, for ealo low,
./Oby E. HOPE.