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Foreign ' Affair*.
LONDON, April 23.-It ia now believed
that the steamship Ispahan, wbioh left
Bombay in January for thia pity? and
which baa not been hoard from since
leaving Malta, on the 13th of February,
foundered off Brest, France, daring a
terrifie gale. Fifty persons are supposed
to haye gone down with the steamer.
The weather throughout Englund to?
day is fair and favorable to the growing
PARIS, April 23.-A number of per?
sons were arrested in Bayonne, near the
Spanish border, yesterday, who were
known to be en route to Spain to engage
in the present demonstration against
the government of that country. The
captives, however, overpowered the po?
lice force, which had them in oharge,
and escaped towards the Spanish fron?
tier. Troops have been sent in pursuit
of them. Nothing is known of the
movements of Don Garlos. It is believed
he is aooompanied by Gen. Gathelinean.
MADRID, April 28. -The Corres?
pondencia says thirty Oarlist bands have
now appeared throughout Spain,. the
largest of which are impelled chiefly
against the provinces of Navarre, Leon
and Fonterreda. The Government forces
encountered a band in Navarre and de?
feated them, capturing their leader, a
priest, who, it is reported, was imme?
diately uhot. Generals who are mem?
bers of the Radical party offered their
services to the Government to ageist in
suppressing the demonstrations of the
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. Ajsaerieai* lauuigenee.
M AT AMOR AS, April 22.-Gen, Co vail OH
and his command of 500 men and of?
ficers, with two. pieces of artillery,
reached hero to-day. The General re?
lieved Gen. Palaaios, whom he outranks,
and who has commanded here for the
last four years, and inspected the de?
fences and city immediately after his ar?
rival. Another steamer is ezpeoted here
to-morrow from Yera Cruz, with sevoral
hundred more reinforcements, which
will place the city beyond the possibility
of oapture by any force the revolutionists
can at present bring against it. Humo rt
still prevail that General Quiroga in?
tends making an attack, bat np to dark
the enemy was not within ten miles,
PWTT.ATVHT.TTTTTA, April 23.-A priVUtf
letter from Minister Ourtain, states thal
he will acoompany Sherman througL
Russia, and come home aboat May 15.
PABKEBSBUBO, April 23.-A Bostor.
freight train exploded, killing three per
NEW TOBK, April 23.-AU the morn
ing papers denounce in anmeasnrec
terms the performance entitled "Blacl
Friday," produced at Niblo's Theatre
last: night. The piece illustrates th<
.career of Fisk, Stokes and Mansfield
and appears to be intended to inflabuoi
opinion against Stokes, who is yet to bi
tried.. Ibo performance is generali;
characterized es an outrage upon de
oenoy. It is stated that Bartlett, one o
Stokes' counsel, has withdrawn, owinj
to a disagreement with John Graham
The case comes np to-morrow, when th
District Attorney will pat in replioatioi
to Stokes' bill of complaint.
WASHINGTON, April 23-Evening.
The Cabinet session was brief to-day
No business of more than ordinary im
pcrtauce transacted. Bontwell, Wil
Hams and Delano were absent.
At a meeting of the House Commil
tee on Foreign Affairs, a letter was n
.ceived from the Secretary of St?tc
stating that pending thecorrespondenc
on claims, it is not expedient or advist
ble to make any declaration upon th
Bubject, as contemplated by the resoli
tion heretofore offered by Judge Poten
and referred to that committee.
Probabilities-An area of quito lo
barometer is advancing Eastward ti
wards Minnesota and Iowa, and tl
pressure will continue diminishirj
thence Eastward and South-eastward t
.the Atlantic and Gulf ooasts, with Soutl
easterly to South-westerly winds. Cloud
and threatening weather, and very pn
bably rain, will prevail on Wednesdf
from tho Ohio Valley to the lakes ac
Westward. Partially cloudy wealb
over tho Southern States, with threatei
ing weather, and probably raiu, alor
tho South Atlantic. Partially clout
weather over the East and Middle Atla
tic blutes. Dangerous winds aro n
anticipated, exoept possibly for tho u
per lakes, to-night.
The Senate to-day adopted a resol
tion declaring Abbott not entitled to
seat as Senator from North Carolin
without division. The deficiency b
was discussed without final action.
In the House, a number of bills gmt
ing pensions, removing politioal tlisab
ities, etc., were introduced and referre
There was an animated debate on tl
Gout Island bill, without final actio
The House is sitting to-night on t
Representative Peters is in receipt
numerous letters from prominent pt
sons in the country, endorsing his rec
lntion against the presentation of claii
for consequential damages before t
tribune of arbitrators.
The British and American Mix
Claims Commission have adjourned un
Septomber, when they will mee', at Ne
port, Rhode Island,
v Gurney leaves for England next Sati
The large judgment for $475,0i
given against the United States by 1
Court of Claims, yesterday, is in fa'
of Andrew Lowe, of Savannah, Ga.,
tho proceeds of 349 bales of Sea Isla
and 2,240 bales of upland cotton, seis
by Treasury agents, just after the cl<
of tho war. The famous Elgee ootl
case, so long ponding, was deoided
favor of the title of C. V. Woodrufl
Co., represented by R. M. Cor wino,
Washington, aud C. M. Conrad, of N
Orleans; tho judgment being for so
$300,000. It has bcon erroneously sta
that tho trial of this oaso was delayed
await tho decision of tho Supremo Co
on the constitutionality cf tho so called
the claimants was lally established ana
adjudged by the Court of OlaimB.
ST. Loni* Aprps.-Seorltary p??sno ?
joined tho St. Louis exautsionlsts to San |
FraUoisoo at Jonction Ci ty, Kansas, yes?
terday, haying come up there from the 1
Indian Territory. The Secretary held
several consultations with the Indians
while in the Territory, and was at a coun?
cil of tho Kiowas, in jrelation to the pro?
posed sale of part of their lands.
NKW YORK, April 23-Evening.-It is
stated O'Baldwiu has offered to fight
Maoe for the amount of money now in
the stakeholder's hands, immediately or
in one mouth. If this fails to satisfy
Mace, O'Baldwin says he will fight him
in a room alone.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23.-The grow?
ing crops of grain are maturing rapidly.
Great scarcity of hands to gather the
crops is anticipated. Foundry-men and
machinists are scarce, owing to an in?
creased demand for mining machinery.
An increased production of bullion and
an advance in money stocks stimulate
business of all description.
Flnnncil al ?nd Commercial.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., April 23.-Sales of
cotton, to-day, 125 bales - middling
LONDON, April 23-Noon.-Consols
92%. Bonds 00.
LIVERPOOL, April 23-3 P. M.-Cotton
opened quiet and steady-uplands ll lu'
($11%; Orleans 11%@11>?. Bombay
shipments since last report 15,000 bales.
LONDON, April 23-Evening.-Consols
closed at 92%. 62s 90.
LIVERPOOL, April 23-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed unchanged; sales 10,000
bales; speculation and export 2,000.
Yarns and fabrics steady.
NEW YORK, April 23-Noon.-Stooks
strong. Gold firm, at 11%. Money
strong, at 7. Exchauge-long 9%; short
10. Governments dull but firm. Flour
steady. Wheat quiet and firm. Cotton
a shade firmer. Pork steady - mess;
email@example.com. Lard quiet-steam 9%?
9%. Cotton dull-uplands 23%; Or?
leans 23%; sales 56G bales. Freights
dull and heavy.
7 P. M.-Money active and closed at
6@7. Exchange firm, at 9.%@9%. Gold
11%@11%. Governments advanced, in
sympathy with gold, about %(Si%o.,
with improvement all around; new 5s
11%; 81s 17; 62s 14%. States dull
Tennessces 68; new 67%. Virginias 51;
now 55. Louisianas 56; new 55; levee
6a 67%@70. Alabama 8s 80; 5s 60;
Georgia 6s 70; 7s 83. North Carolinas
36; new 20. South Carolinas 50; new
38%. Sales of futures to-day 9,550
bales, as follows: April 22%. 22%; May
23, 23%; Jane 23%, 2311-16; July 23%,
23 13-16; Augnst 23%, 23 13-16; Sep?
tember 22; October 20.%; Deoember
19%. Cotton dall and nominal; sales
783 bales-uplands 23%; Orleans 23%.
Flour-Southern scarce and a shade
firmer, at firstname.lastname@example.org; common to fair
extra and good to choice 9.30? 12.00.
Whiskey firmer and in good inquiry, at
89%@90. Wheat less active, closing 1
@2o. lower. Corn lo. better. Pork
firmer and quiet, at 13.37? 13 50. Lard
LOUISVILLE, April 23.-Provisions
quiet and unchanged. Pork 12.25?
12.50. Clear sides 7%, paoked. Lard
tierce 8%@9. Whiskey steady, at 84.
?T. Louis, April 23.-Bagging quiet,
at 15%@1G%. Whiskoy firm, at 83'?.
Pork dull, at ?2.00? 12 25, for small lots.
Bacon quiet-order lots at 5 for shoul?
ders; 7 for clear rib; 7% for clear sides.
Lard held at 8%.
MOBILE, April 23.-Cotton quiet and
nominal-middling 22,%@22J.<; receipts
27 bales; sales 600; stock 2,430.
AUGUSTA, April 23.-Cotton quiet
middling 22; receipts 150 bales; sales
GALVESTON, April 23.-Cotton quiet
good ordinary 20%; receipts 102 bales;
sales 310; stock 15,312.
BALTIMORE, April 23.-Cotton dull and
nominal-middling 23@.231?; receipts
437 bales; sales 190; stock li,GOO.
NORFOLE, April 23.-Cotton steady -
middling 22; receipts 1,020 bales; sales
100; stock 3,303.
NEW ORLEANS, April 23.-Cotton quiet
-middling 22%; receipts 1,433 halos;
sales 1,000; stock 106,083.
SAVANNAH, April 23.-Cotton quiet
middling 22.%; receipts 1,006 bales; sales
150; stock 23,770.
BOSTON, April 23.-Cotton quiet-mid?
dling 23%; receipts 829 bales; sales 300;
WILMINGTON, April 23.-Cotton quiot
-middling 22%; receipts 182 bales;
CHARLESTON, April 23.-Cotton quiet
middling 22%; reooipts 329 bales; sales
200; stock 14,867.
PHILADELPHIA, April 23.-Colton quiet
Au exchange says: "A writor has
calculated that as the averago area of the
human mouth, when open, is about four
square inches, tho combined mouths of
the 25,000 singers at the Boston jubilee
will form a cavity of over 736 squaro
feet. Measuring jubilee cavities by the
square feet, is a new wrinkle. Should
they attempt to sing 'Tba voice of free
grace cries escape to the mountains.' the
hearers may bo tempted to take it liter?
New York ministers talk as flippantly
of "tickets for reservod seats in heaven"
as the veriest horso jockey or stage
comedian could do. If preachers did
but know how oat of plaoe in a pulpit is
a joke-especially such a joko as tho
abovo specimen-they would certainly
put an end to it.
The (h ut?lo Sun now illuminates tho
wastes of Mormondom. It is expected
that newspaper light of this sort will bo
bad for tho eyes of tho saints.
Ono of the latest patents grouted in
Washington is for au improvement in
? Hom TOB HOMELESS WATTS --TOUCH?
ING IflOu>HNTS. - The .-other dav, I waa
parting^ Washington' square, and' notic?
ing upon ibo block of beautiful ' build?
ings o wutul by the Seaman's Fan cl','the
sign of tho "Foundling Hospital," I
m ou nt od the whitq marble stoop, and
very speedily found' myself in the pre?
sence'of Sister Irene, tho beantifnl-faced
Sister of Charity who was the first grand
cause of thia noble institution. They
haye ander their oharge at the present
time 400 little waifs. Although it waa
not the regular visiting day, and Sister
Irena said the babies didn't look at their
beet as they do on a visiting "Tuesday,"
still I was permitted to go over the pre?
mises. Suoh a nice, jolly set of babies
?oa couldn't find anywhere clso in the
tatted States. Nicely and prettily
dressed, carefully washed and combed,
green boots and bronze boots on the
little trot-arounds, neat pink and blue
and buff chintz frocks, white aprons or
Marseilles bibs on others. Several new?
comers on this troubled earth were
wrapped in squares of flannel. I asked
?artioularly about the small Richard the
'hird, who had just come in un the occa
nion of a visit I made the Sisters nearly
a year ago-a strange, red little ruffian
of twenty-four hours' existence, witb
four well-out teeth to his mouth. I pre
dioted for him an oventful career, ovi
dontly bogun already. Sure enough
Riobard was not destined to gnash bb
teeth long in "The Foundling," for th<
father, a young Frouohman, finding thi
disposition made of his offspring by it
unfortunate girl-mother, reconsid?r?e
previous determinations, got properly
married, und applied to Sister Irene, re
covered tho infant and set np house
keeping with it, and, as the fairy tale
end, hos lived happy ever since A fea
turo of this Foundling Asylum is th
shelter it affords to the mother. Ii
every case, when they oan, the mo the
is rescued with the child. If she is phy
mcally able, sho nurses another bab
with her own, and thus pays her board
but if she is delioate and unable to nu rs
uuy other child but her own, she sew
oud minds tho growing children.
It was only tho night boforo I wa
there, that tho sister sat on watch in th
hall. Twelve o'clock had sounded, on
tho quiet of the street was uubrokei
The lamps in the Washington parad
ground, opposite the asylum, winked t
tho stars in the wintry sky, when up th
steps, with ohl such a heavy heart, sinl
ing lower and lower as she entered tb
door, came a weary, betrayed, miserab
womuu, bearing, as sho supposed, fe
tho lust time on earth, tho little fon
which, if it was her shame, was also tl
only bit of bunnin love her wretch f
life had loft. Without home or friend
sho had determined her child, ut leas
should be rescued from tho pangs si
was even then suffering.
Within tho padded wicker basket si
laid the little waif, with a long Ungarie
mother's kiss on its sleeping face, ai
palled the bell and fled with her wrote
edncss, more awful in this parting,
the shadow of a tree opposite. Grouc
ing there, sho waited with a bcatii
heart to pee her lono darling taken in
comfort and care, leaving her to etorr
desolation beneath the cruel wintry sk
Not a found breaks the stillness of t
night but the orisp leafless brandi
softly creaking in the wind. The do
of tho house she watches, through I
blinding tears, slowly opens. Din
she socs tho black shrouded figure 1
her child. Who shall describo tho ago
of that moment? She feels that for 1
tho last glimpse of the little form
como. When, Jiko tho voice of nu ong
these words sweetly como upon tho cL
night wind to her aching, straining ea
tho black-robed figure that presses 1
child to her bosom thus speaks, hor fi
toward Heaven: "Stay, poor moth
Why do you desert your child? ]
neath this roof thoro is shelter und fe
for both. Listen; I beg you not to lei
your little child-como yo also; you si
nurse und bo with your littlo child til
eau be safely left; then como to it wi
you please, und take it to yourself wi
you aro able" There's a cry of joy
tho midnight air, as flying with ire
bliug footsteps across the street, t
poor rescued mother flings herself iq
tho baby sho thought lost to her fure\
and falls ut tho same sister's feet. C
bless tho augol-faoed Irene-noble sit
of God-like charity 1 Whon earth's w
for her is over, about her dying curs 1
float a music as divino ns her own b
words have benn to many a sinning, i
row fol woman.
[Coi'. Missouri HepubUcw
A story is told of a lady nt tho capi
not a resident, but ono who had g
thoro to BIIOW off her wedding lim
herself a brido. She had tho misfort
to bo robbed of hor jewels, which w
indeed, very handsome. Her diamoi
corals, etc., were gone; ant*, not abl
find them, and lets able to pure!
others, sho kept quiet about her 1
and visiting the dollar store, spent s
forty or fifty dollars in tho purchasi
new sets, to suit her costumes. Ev
where that sho appeared, tho wo
raved over her jewels, their variety
thoir worth. Sho kept hor own ooui
but the dollar man did not keop his;
it coming to his ears that the lady'?
n arnon ts had created quite a talk, it n
too good an advertisement for hit
keep quiet, and he blazonod tho fno
tho consternation of all concerned.
Nearly two years ago asorvico of p
valued at $125, was sont by a numb
gontlemon of Columbas, to a well-kt
married lady, of Atlanta, as a test
nial of tho appreciation in which
services in behalf of a bonovolont 0
prise were hold. The other day thc
was advertised ninoug alisto! ?nela
Southern express frieght nt Atlanta.
Ou tho night of tho 20th, John :
was killed at Granitevillo, S. C.,
train on tho Charlotte, Columbia
Tho gamblers in San Francisco
masha while dealing.
FATAL STORM.-The storm of last
Thuraday was very destructive in a por?
tion of Gastop. In the angle between
South Fork and Catawba, it was especi?
ally severe. Mrs. Adam Hoffman, re?
turning home, ran into a negro hat to
escape the storm ; the house was upset
killin&her and injuring a negro woman
aevereip. The fences were swept entirely
away in that neighborhood, and qaite a
number of houses were destroyed. All
the houses were blown down on the old
Tommy McLean place. All the fences
on the Northern part of William R.
McLean's plantation were blown down.
Dr. John MoLean had a horse killed by
a falling tree; a negro riding the horse
was not injured. Yoong John MoLean
Was knocked off bis horse bat aot seri?
ously hart. The storm crossed the Ca?
tawba between Neal's Mills and Bock
Island, and expended its fury in the
blaok-jaok oountry about Daniel Gal?
lant's. It destroyed all his out-buildings
and unroofed his boase. The same
thing happened on the place of Mr.
Samuel W. Oro well. All the houses ex?
cept the dwelling-house were destroyed
on Mr. Robert Ross* place. The houees
and fences were considerably injured on
the places of Mr. John B. Grier andi
others in that neighborhood. We learn !
that S. Wataou Reid was also a consider?
able sufferer by the storm.
At Neal's Mills, one ond of the house
occupied by the miller waa blown down.
No ouo hurt. At S. W. Crowell's, the
top of the house was carried off to the
floor, bedding aud olothing carried off
? so far that much of it has not been found.
Thompson Neal, colored, had his roof
taken off and out buildings destroyed.
: At J. B. Grier's, tbe chimneys had the
j tops knocked off. Several of the out?
buildings were unroofed and otherwise
badly damaged. Mr. Gallant suffered
severely. All tho out-houses, gio, barn,
smoko house, kitchen, etc., were thrown
over. Tho chimney-tops wero knocked
off the dwelling honso, aud it was partly
unroofed. Mrs. Adda Peoples sustuined
a good deal of damage. Tho top of oue
chimney was thrown down. Capt. W.
W. Robinson had a well-house blown
over and his fences badly scattered.
Messrs. J. B. Grier, Aleck Grier and
Pringle Grier bad their fences scattered
in every direction. The first named, in
addition to his other losses already re?
lated, had nome cowu aud hogs killed
and otherwise injured.
[Charlotte Southern Home.
AN ANECDOTE OF GEN. RODERT TOOMDS.
Toombs, of Georgia, is one of the most
gifted of all the erratic geuiuses that
America has yet produced. Like Tom
Marshall and Wm. Haskill, he is a natu?
ral-born orator. Mr. Clay heard him
make ono of his first political apoechoa
at a mass meeting in Georgia, in 1810,
and predicted for him then a brilliant
future. It is related of Toombs, that,
ou one occasion, iu tho trial of a very
important case before a Georgia jury,
he, by some strange absence of mind,
got up and made a powerful speech
against his client, who was the plaintiff
iu the case. After he had spoken nearly
an hour, aud was about to close, one of
his associate counsel whispered in his
ear thal he had made a mistake-that he
had spoken ou the wrong side. For a
momcut ouly, Toombs was perfectly
dumbfounded, aud recovering imme?
diately, he turned to tho court and jury,
und said: "Now, may it please the court,
and you, gentlemen of the jury, I have,
lin my remarks hitherto, attempted to
give you nil, aud tho vury best, too, that,
can be said ou that sido of the case, aud
though it may appear at first blush a
very strong case, yet I am confident, if
you will give mo your attention a little
while longer, I will bo ablo to convince
you that, after al), my clietit, the plain?
tiff, is entitled to a verdict at your
hands." Ho then proceeded to over?
turn every position previously taken by
him, exerting himself to tho uttermost
of bis wounded ability to repair his mis
tnke, and wouud up with an appeal to
tho court aud jury so thrilling, that he
carried them by storm und triumphantly
gained tho case for his client.
I Kentucky Yeoman.
EI.QOUI:NT LECTURE ON TEMP?RANCE.
Hore is us eloqucuta temperance lecture
as was ever heard in tho best days of the
Tho Hon. F, (J. Whipple died in
Ho well. Mich., lately, and was buried
with Masonic ceremonies. Connected
with Mr. Whipple's lifo is a sad history,
which is thus briefly related: Twelve
yours ago not n man in Michigan could
seemingly look forward with brighter
prospects, being in i.lllucnfc circum?
stances, und a luwyor by profession, who
stood among tho first in the State. But
by intemperance, and exposure there?
from, ho was attacked with tits, from the
effects of which bo never recovered; bis
miud constantly fading until he became
helpless, uud hu was for tho past two or
thieu years supportod by public charily.
His wife, a bean tiffi and accomplished
lady, became insano about the time of
Mr. Whipple's sickness, and was sent to
tba asylum at Kalamazoo, whore she re?
mains, with no hopo of recovery. Four
beautiful, bright, aud thus unhappy
children are penniless, and scattered
thus sud there, no two living together.
It is seldom a family is thus overtaken
and completely wrecked by misfortune.
A cruel Connecticut lady keeps an
osage orango plaut in her parlor, and.
has recently mudo two fnll-blowu flowers)
uud one half opened bud of white wax,
und placed thom upon the barron plant.
All her callers admire tho "sweet-smell?
ing" f. nd, wbilu several gentlemen have
observed that tho half-blown bud hus
opened considerably eiuco they last
Tho widow of a British Vico-Cousnl
now lies bed ridden and desolate ut
Athens. This may not seem a very re?
markable circumstance, but tho old Indy
vfhs formerly Theresa Black, and to her
Byron saug, "Maid of Athens, ero wo
BALTIMOBB MANUFACTURES-Ni NTH
CENSUS.-Tho full returns whioh haye
been prepared ia advance at the census
0 Qioo in Washington, make a very grati?
fying exhibit ot oar manufacturing in?
dustries at the period-1870-of gather?
ing the material for the record. Tbe
total capital represented to be invested
at that time was $25,669.040. and the
produot for the year was 858,865,266, the
value of raw material consumed being
$35,804,609, the wages paid $10,289,627,
while the number of hands employed
was 32,931, of whom 23,871 were males
above sixteen years of age, 6,982 females
above sixteon years, and 2,081 yootha.
These general aggregates, derived from
2,760 establishments, are no criterion of
what may be tbe capabilities of Balti?
more as a manufacturing centre in the
future, for there is no point in the coun?
try which possesses greater advantages
of power and resources to be applied in
that direction. We are most convenient
to the supplies of raw material necessary
for the purpose. Cotton reaches us
certainly more readily from the South
than it does lae manufactories of the
Nortb, and iron, lumber and ooal are
1 abundant within onr borders. The
water power in the vicinity of Baltimore
is also admirable, and in time, with the
extended water works whioh are to bring
into the city the superabundant supply
from the Gunpowder, there will be, with
a liberal polioy on the part of the water
board to that end, sufficiency of the fluid
to pat and keep in motion any number
of the smaller and diversified manufac?
tories, which so enlarge and enrich Phi?
ladelphia. The failure of the Baltimore
city delegation to give proper attention
to and get passed at the late session of
the Legislature the Act enabling the city
to issao its bonds for entering upon the
construction of the works for bringing
in the abundant waters of the Gunpow?
der may bo some drawback ia this regard
for tho next few years.-Ballimore Sun.
A BOOT-BLACK ADVENTURE.-Daringa
slight lull, in business here, yesterday',
two littlo boot-blacks, one white and one
black, were standing at the corner of
Second and Franois streets, doing no?
thing, when the white boot-black agreed
to black tho black boot-black's boots.
The black boot-black was, of course,
willing to have his boots blacked by. his
fellow boot-black, and the boot-black
who had agreed to black the boot-black's
boots, weut to work. When the boot?
black had blacked ono of the black boot?
black's boots till it shone in a manner
that would make any boot-black proud,
this boot-black, who bad agreed to black
the black boot-black's boots, refused to
black the other boot of the black boot?
black until the black boot-black, who
had consented to have the white boot-1
black black his boots, should add ftvo
cents to the amount the white booti
black had made blacking other men's
boots. This the boot-black, whose boot
had boen blacked, refused to do, saying
it was good ouough for a black boot?
black to have one boot blacked, and he
didn't care whether the boot that the
boot-black hadn't blacked was blacked
or not. This made tho boot-black, who
had blacked the black boot-black's boot,
angry as a boot-black often gets, and he
vented his black wrath by spitting upon
thc blacked boot of the black boot-black.
This roused tho latent passions of the
black boot-black, and he prooeeded to
boot tho white boot-black with the boot
which the whito boot-black had blacked.
A fight thon ensued, in which tho white
boot-black, who had refused to black tbe
unblocked boot of the black boot-black,
blacked tho black boot-black's viciocary |
organ, and in which the black boot-black I
woro all tho blacking off his blacked
boot in booting tho white boot-black. |
Tho fraternity of boot-blacks afterwards j
convened and denounced the action of
the whito and black boot-blacks as one '
of tho blackest in tho puges of boot?
Rev. Charles Betts, one of tho oldest
and most distinguished ministers of tho
South Carolina Conference, died sud?
denly at the residence of his son-in-law,
Dr. Edward B. Smith, a few miles below
Marion, S. C., ou Tuesday night last.
Ile had been .connected with tho Con?
ference fifty-four years, and was about
seventy-two years of ago.
Tho Loudon Baili/ JVeicS hears that
tho wholesale execution, without trial,
of tho Kook as, who lately revolted
under a fauatical impulse, and upwurds
of sixty of whom were blown from guns,
has been condemned by tho Indian
authorities. Papers on this painful sub?
ject will shortly bo laid before Parlia?
Tho Detroit Tribune says that tho Now
York bill-posters plastered the walls of
that city with "The Palace of Truth,"
several nights ago, nnd it was a day or
two boforo tho Now Yorkers would be
liovo it was tho advertisement of a play
instead of on allusion to the Herald of?
Indian Agent Walker reports from
Dakota that Red Cloud has buried tho
botchet. He and his followers have
dono that many times, but as it wos
always buried in the brains of tho whites,
tho interment has not been regarded as
much of a peaoe measure.
Hon. Rovedy Johnson will in a few
days address a letter to Judge Peters, of
Maine, through tho press, on the sub?
ject of conscquental damages in connec?
tion with the treaty, of Washington.
Ho will biko tho ground that wo cannot
reasonably insist on such damages under
A minister who thought that report?
ing sermons was all vanity, afterwards
concluded that if the thing must be
donn, it should bo well done, slipped a
greenback into tho reporter's hand, say?
ing: "Do not condenso me."
A Main? sheriff, who had a writ to
serve, ascertained that tho defendant
was dead, and, tossing the paper over
tho ?vail of the cemetery, ho made return
upon tho writ that bo bad left the sum
mons at Iiis last and usual placo of abode.
. BmoHAM.XoPMa.ni limn Fn?mrraa.?
IQ view ol the recent , Supreme Court
decision, a contemporary remarks that
Brigham Young will now walk the irri?
gated streets of Salt Lake City again a
free man, snap bia aged fingers at Bill
Hickman's affidavit? and take np hil
abode in patriarchal splendor among the
multitudinous family at the Lion House.
Martyrdom has passed him by, and ha
lives to prod nco revelations for tho saints,
and to gather in the tithes with frugal
and capacious hands.
Good obernoo for promotion in the
Mexican army; about thirty generals are
used up monthly.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS [Wednsadav] MORNING-, at 10 o'clock,
I will sell, before my Store,
A variety of Furniture,
' And Fancy Goods.
Particulars on morning of sale. April 24
Bedstead?, Bureaus, Tablee, Wardrobes, Side?
boards, ?fcc., do.
BY D. 0. PEIXOTTO & BOH.
THURSDAY MORNING next, 35th instant, at
10 o'clock, in front of our Auction Boom,
we wiU positively sell the following weR
kept and desirable FURNITURE,belonging
to a respectable family dee lining house?
keeping, consisting of %
Double and Bingle Bedsteads,
Mahogany and Walnut Bureaus,
Mahogany and Walnut Tables,
Wardrobes and Sideboards,
Washstands, Hat Racks,
Safes, Spring* Beds,
CottoD and Hair Mattresses and Pille??,
Window Bhados, Blankets. Cnrtaine,
Quilts, Cooking Stoves and Utensil? In large
Crockery and Glaaswaro, Pictures, Vases,
Carpeting, Matting, Ac.
Thia is a fine opportunity to replenish or
famish, and those in need would do well to
A superior MILCH COW and her young
CALF. Conditions cash._ April 20
Valuable Property in Pickens County
IN pursuanco ol a d?cr?tai order of the Cir?
cuit Court for PickenB Connty, I will sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, on sale-day
in May, at Pickens Conrt House.,
That, desirable Beal Estate known'aa-the
"CRUIKSHANK, TAN-YARD," aitnated on
Brushy Creek, waters of Saluda, near the
Air Line Railroad, and about eleven miles
from Greenville and ten miles from New
Pickens. The tract contains 717 MBSS, of
which some 150 acres are splendid virgin fo?
rest. Of the remainder, about 200 acres, have
been cleared since the war. and are in a' high
stats of cultivation. Op the premie es io one
of the best Tan-yards in the Ht ate, and in
! good condition. .
A comfortable DWELLING and all'neces?
sary out-building a, in good repair.
This ia a rare opportunity for njjrobteiog
good Beal Estate, in. a County aa distin?
guished for the good Order of ita'soclety as
tor the salubrity of its climate and tho purity
,of ita water. ! j :
ALSO,' ta I 'i .
On tho above premises, on the Wc
; following, a large lot of FABM BTC
aisling of Horses, Cowa,- Oxen and Hofe.
Plantation Tools,. Cotton Glu and Screw,
Sugar Mill, Mo Wright's Mill and a Copper
! Boiler; a lot of Lime, Tan-bark, Tanners'
I Tools, Ac., Ac. ,
Tho above ia sold as the property of Gillam
and Aiken for the payment of the debts.
March 31 Sheriff bf Pickens Connty.
SW Greenville Enterprise and Piokens Sen?
tinel copy Until day of sale._.
Just Received, direct from Spain,
5CASKS very fino CLARET, a portion of
the cargo of the Spanish brig sold in
Charleston, which can bo had at HARDY
SOLOMON'S, for tho Bum of $1.50 per gallon.
Tan caaos very Ano PBE8ERVED FRUITS,
low._April 24 6
Taken From My House,
ON Saturday last, a PHOTOGRAPHIC
\LDUM, containing several family pic?
tures. The party who returns it, will re?oive
my thanks. W. H. MONCKTON.
Tongues, Strips, Beef, &c.
6DOZ. 8MOKED B. TONGUES,
SCO Iba. prime Smoked Beef,
1,000 lbs. Breakfast Strips,
Fulton Market Corned Beef,
Pickled Pig Pork, for sale low bv
April 24 E. HOPE.
AND HOUSE: FURNISHING STOKE.
^C\~=_ THE undersigned have re
\lgpg? eently opened an entire new
ll j^B^g stock of new goods in tho
ll ?fwfirf above line. Articlos of all
*lJ*?e3H>" kinds for house, keeping, Ac.
Citizens aro invited to call and examino goods
and prices. KlNG8LAND A HEATH,
Under Colombia Hotel.
R. KINGSLAND. J. A. H HATH.
April 24 __
FOUR NIGHTS ONLY.
WEDNESDA Y, TRURSDA Y, FRIDA Y and
SA TU RDA Y, APRIL 24, 25, 2G and 27.
COLONEL JOHN R. JOHNSTON'S TRANS?
CENDENT, DAZZLING AND EXQUISITE
ART TOUR OF EUROPE,
Tho most magnificent Panorama ever paint?
ed. Splendid scenes, numerous effects, brief
lecture, with song aud sentiment.
In addition to the entertainment, there will
bo given awav, each night, 100 VALUABLE
PRESENTS, Gold and Silver Watcbee, fall
sots of Handsome Furniture, Greenbacks, Ac.
Admission 50 cents. Reserved Seats 75 ot?.
Tickets and diagram at LyBrand'a Moaic
Store, whoro seats oan bo secured.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, a
porformanco will bo given for Families and
Children, on which occasion Adults will be
admitted at 25 couta; Children 15 cents.
MA COMMODIOUS STORE, on Main
street, near Washington. For terms,
etc., apply to ROBERT STORK, at tho
"Indian Girl" Sogar Store._April 21 3*
Licenso Law Penalty.
OFFICE AODITOB RICHLASD COUNTY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 22, 1872.
IAM diroctod by tho State Auditor to notify
merchants, hotol keepera, tavern, board?
ing hnnae and saloon keepers, railroads, tele?
graph companies, persona holding official
positions in State, County, city, corporationa,
institutions of learning, ministers of the
GojprI, A-e, rocriving a salary, persons sell?
ing goods by sample and soliciting orders,
and all who are liable to pay licenso under
tho recent Act o', the tient ral Assembly, that,
after the 3ttth instant, the penalty of thelaw,
which is a (ino at toast double tho amount of
the licenso, with six months' imprisonment,
will be applied to al! who have not complied
therewith. M. J. CALNAN,
Apt il 21 Audi or Riehfand County.