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BOMB, April 27.-Tho eruption of Ve?
suvius continues; 200 persons burned to
death. The flames burst from under
the feet of the inhabitants. Tho people
are flying from Terro del Greco.
NAPIIES, April 27.-There is no abate?
ment of tho lava, whiob flows down the
mountain sides, destroying everything.
N o Americana are missing. Explosion H
are heard, and the flamea can be Been
distinctly from this city. There is a
great panic around tho base of the moun?
7 P. M.-The eruption of Mount Ve
BuviuB continues with dreadful riolence.
The lara has already reached Sabastians,
and threatens other towns. Explosions
of the volcano are constantly beard in
this city. The consternation among the
inhabitants of the villages and towns
which are threatened with danger in?
creases. It is reported that many tour?
ists .were surrounded by the lava and
perished. His Majesty King Victor
Emanuel has sent aid to persona who
have been compelled to flee from their
bornes and encamp in fields.
MADRID, April 27.-The Carlista have
cut the telegraph wires at many points
in the provinces infested by them; con?
sequently but few despatches relative to
insurieotion have been received here
this morning. A band of insnrgouts at?
tacked tho railway station in the town of
Tolsona, province of Lsirida, yesterday,
but were speedily repulsed.
TAIILAHASSEB, April 27.-Tho Floridn
' liberals are organizing for representation
There is a quorum in the Florida Le?
gislature-that in the Senate being ob?
tained by bringing in a member recently
oonvioted of bribery. Acting Governor
Day addressed both Houses against tho
claims of Governor Reed, who was im?
peached but not tried by the last Legis?
lature, on the ground that he is not to be
MATAMOBAS, April 27.-San Louis Po?
tosi in quiet. Stage and telegraphic
communication has generally been re?
established. Trevino's cavalry is at Rey
noso. The rebels temporarily occupied
Zacatcoas. 1,000 men, 2,000 guns and
eleven cannon were captured. No Go?
vernment force near Saltillo. Negrete
-departed for Puebla with a garrison. A
merchant from the interior reports Dias
in Jalisco, leading a strong division
Trevino publishes an address to the poo
pie of Matamoros, that he comes to re
lievo them from Juarez's usurpation!
and tyranny. Trevino's forces are scat
-tered for subsistence
Later despatches state that a couric:
from Calarga roports Rocha recalled tc
the City of Mexico.
NBW ALBANY, IND., April 27.-Th?
working-men have issued au uddres
-calling amass convention of labor rc
formers for June 8. They have also so
lected delegates to Ciuoiunati.
BOSTON, April 27.-During a heav;
galo to-night, a gigautic truss and a por
lion of the wall and two towers of th
Jubilee Coliseum fell with a crash thu
was heard for miles. Ono of tha eui
towers bad reached a height of 110 feel
WASHINGTON, April 27.-Senator Wi!
son says Congress will not adjourn ant
D. E. Davenport, arrested on a rcqn
sition of Governor Brown, of Tennessee
on a charge of hoing a defaulter to th
amount of $10,000, as reoeiver of th
MoMinville and Manchester Ruilroat
has been held for a hearing.
The April report from the Agrioultnn
Department on the condition of tl
'winter grain says, tho low temperutui
in the month of March, and acoumul
tiona of winter snow aud ice, have r
tarded the springing of vegetable Hf
and tinged with gloom the views of loc
reporters over a large area; at the da
of the returns, snow still covered deep
the grain fields, and only coojeotur
founded on the forwardness and vigor
the plants at the opening of winter, ai
on the mechanical condition of the so
and the severity of the season, cou
point to the probable status of the wi
ter grain; the general tenor of repoi
carries the idea, not of sweeping destru
tion by freezing, but of injury by tlii
ning out by killing in spots and patch?
and especially by retarding an early BU
and vigorous growth; in many cases t
plants, apparently dead, were only alec
ing; unpromising in appearance, b
firmly rooted and ready with favori;
warmth and sunshine, to start into sn
and steady, if not rapid growth. Wh(
tho fields were drained, tho soil deep a
mellow, the casualties of winter bo
beon unknown; where the seeding v,
-done with the drill, on land having a
fair degree of suitable preparation,
-most absolute immunity from loss
freezing has been Becnred. The Ap
returns, as a whole, indicate rather mi
than an average amount of destraoti
by winter killing, retarded growth a
stunted appearance; bat a second con
tion of the roots of plants in suita
soil, or that covered uniformly w
snow, which with favoring weather n
secure a vigorous growth and a gr
It is stated that tho committee of !
publicans in oaucus have agreed to
port in favor of tho freo tea and co
bill, IIB it came from tho House, with
amendment. BIQ the Senate, Sum
ineffectually endeavored to get up
mixed schools. A bill confirming
title to the occupants of lands on
Cherokee Btrip of Kansas, passed. 1
defioienoy bill was resumed, but no
suits. Tho House meets hereafter a
o'clock. Tho tariff was discussed ne
the entire day, but no votes. Nibl
from tho Committee on Appropriati
reported u bill to authorize the Secrc
of tho Troasury to pay to tho ow
thereof tho proceeds of the salo of co
illegally seized and converted, oftoi
30th Juno, 18G5, which was ordert
bo printed and rocommittod.
Houso to-doy passed tho bill of
Harns, of Virginia, striking the word
"loyal" out of the pension law to soldiers
of the war 1812, and giving widows who
married previous to 1825 a pension.
Probabilities-The barometer will con?
tinue rising over the New England and
Middle Staten ; partially cloudy but plea?
sant weather will prevail over* tho South?
ern States very generally on Sunday.
The area of oloudy and threatening wea?
ther and rain North of tho Ohio Valley
will probably oxtond Eastward over the
Middle States during to-night, with
Easterly winds, and possibly over the I
New England States on Sunday; falling j
barometer is probable for the North?
west, with Easterly to Southerly winds.
Dangerous winds are not anticipated.
NEW YonK, April 27.-Oberholzor &
Co. estimate their damage by fire, cor?
ner of Worth and Broadway, this morn?
ing, at $300,000; insurance ?500,000.
Losses to parties on upper fluors un?
PHILADELPHIA, April 27.-Small-pox
deaths, fifty-three-a decrease of nine.
New cases largely decreased.
ST. LOUIS, April 27.-Tho official organ
of the Cherokee nation attaches the en?
tire blame of tho massacre to the United
States Marshal's party.
NEW YORK, April 27.-The African
Methodist Conference finally adjourned
to-day, nf tor a session of greut confusion.
Several members got greatly excited,
aud refused to heed the Bishop's re?
peated calla to order. The cause of the
excitement was a proposal to tax each
meinbtr $1. One James attempted to
speak, when Brother Jones told him to
ait down, accusing him of being a de?
Alexander Taylor, senior member of
the old banking house of Taylor Bros.,
goes to Europe, to become a rc ?ide-nt
partner |of Clew?, Habicht & Co., ut|
Financial un* Comma:reta I.
NEW YOKE, April 27-Noou.-Stocks
drong. Gold firm, at 12%. Money
firm, at 7. Exchange-long U%; short
10%. Governments steady. Flour 5@
LOc. better. Wheat lc. better. Corn a
diado firmer. Pork steady-new mess
14.00. Lard steady-steam 9%@9%.
Cotton firm-uplands 23%; Orleans 24;
?ales 217 bales. Freights steady.
7 P. M.-Tho bank statement shows
onus increased $1,875,000; specie de?
ceased 500,000; Irgul tenders increased
?,625,000; deposits increased 7,500,000.
Dotton receipts ut this port to-day 1,538
JOIOB; reported receipts atshipping ports I
o-day 3,917, and for tho week 24,720,
igrtiust 37,841 samo time preceding
voek; receipts at all shipping ports since
September 1, 2,545,022, against 3,556,
)45 in 1870 nnd 1871. Sales of cotton
br future delivery to-day 9,200 bales, as
bllows: May 22%, 23J?; June 23 9-16,
13 11-16; July 23 1316, 24; August I
IS^i 23%; September 22. 22%; October
'.Oj,,', 20%. Cotton quiet and firm; sales
LIS bales-uplands 23%; Orleans 24.
flour 5@10c. nutter-common to fair
ixtra 8.00(^9.75; good to choice 9.80@
2.25. Wheat inactivo and unchanged
viuter rod Western firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
nuctive and nnohauged. Pork firmer,
it 13.95?14 00. Lard firmer-9@9%.
freights quiet. Money easy, at 6(aj7.
Sterling firm, at 9%(ri)9%. Gold rather
leavy. Government 5.20s %@% oft".
Hate? dull but stoady. Teunessecs )?ic.
BALTIMORE, April 27.-Cotton firmorl
iud held higher-middling 23%; receipts I
?S9 bales; sales 240; stock 11,174. Flour
moyant and strong-City Mills ad?
vanced ??c. for higher grades. Wheat
teady; supply light. Coru firm. I'ro
isions strong aud buoyant. Pork 14 00.
Shoulders 5%. Whiskey 90.
ST. LOUIS, April 27.-Flour quiet and
luchanged. Corn in good demand.
iVhiskey steady, at 84. Po: k firmer and
ligher-12.50. Bacon firm and held
ligher; a moderate quantity could have
)eeu bought nt 5|^(?7^, but generully
mid J?o. higher. Lard higher-Bteam
CHARLESTON, April 27.-Cotton steady
-middling 22%; receipts 197 bales;
alcB 200; stock 14,200.
PHILADELPHIA, April 27.-Cotton very
irra-middling 23! J(7?23;'.i.
GALVESTON, April 27.-Cotton quiet
ind firm-good ordinary 20%@2f'i% ; re
?eiptsbf) bales; salos 275; stock 18,317.
NEW ORLEANS, April 27.-Cotton
teady-middling 23%; receipts 2,317
mles; sales 1,400; stock 98,187.
MOBILE, April 27.-Cotton dull and
iommal-middling 22,%; receipts 152
jales; stock 18,899.
SAVANNAH, April 27.-Cotton quiet j
>ud firm-middling 22.1.,'; receipts 251
?ales; Bales 300; stock 21,335.
WILMINGTON, April 27.-Cotton qusot
-middling 22; receipts 129 balos; stock
AUGUSTA, April 27.-Cotton firm
niddling 22%; receipts 75 bales; sales
BOSTON, April 27.-Cotton quiet
niddling 23-%; receipts 615 bales; sales
100; stock 14,000.
MEMrms, April 27.-Cotton quiet and
i rm-middling 23; receipts 309 bales.
NORFOLK, April 27.-Cotton dull
ow middling 22; receipts 455 bales; sales
.00; stock 3,914.
AUGUSTA, ME., April 27.-Tho village
>f South Boston was burned to-day.
'Ann' houses only romain.
LONDON, April 27-3 P. M.-Consols]
)3%. Bonds 90%.
PARIS, April 27.-Rentes 55f
LIVERPOOL, April 27-3 P. M.-Cotton I
aponed and closed quiet-uplands ll;I
SUDDEN DEATH.-We regret to an?
nounce the sudden death of Mrs. Akins,
which sad event occurred on Friday
?voning, 19th instant, lu tho uppor part
of this County, near tho North Carolina
line. Mrs. Akins, wo oro informed, had
been working in the Held oil day, and
returned to tho house ot night, cheerful
and seemingly in good health. She'
took hor infant child in her arms, and
whilst it was at the breast, she fell (?nt of
her chair dead. - Picketts Sentinel.
THE REGENT OF MODNT. VERNON.
The Washington C?tronicle publishes a
two-column article by Mrs. Emily Edson
Briggs, a newspaper correspondent
known by tho norn de plume of "Olivia,"
in which shu indicates very dearly ber
opinion that Miss Pamela Cunningham,
who is regent of tho Mount Vernon
estate, has a rather too "good thing of
it." Miss Cunningham's regency i.
undor the charter passed by the Virginia
Legislature authorizing the "Mount
Vernon Ladies' Association of tho
Union" to purchase 200 acres of that
estate, including the mansion and the
tomb of Washington; but tho writer
alleges that by means of u second char?
ter, quietly lobbied through the Legisla?
ture, Miss Cunningham has become, to
all practical intents and purposes, tho
virtual owner of the property for lifo,
and now lives on it in extravagant style,
with a great retinue of servants, her ex?
penses paid for vnrioua pleasure trips,
Sec. A vioe-regent is to bu appointed by
her to represent each State, who aro to
meet once a year for the government of
tho association. At long periods, some
four or five of thom are brought toge
gether; they enjoy Miss Cunningham's
hospitality for a time, and ask nu ques?
tions as to her management of affairs.
She has deponed tho national secretary
and appoiuted a private secretary, who
also preserves a discreet silence, and no
living hoing outside of the clique nt
Mouut Vernon hus a knowledge about
the funds thut ure culled for, received,
and never accounted for or retutued.
So says Mrs. Briggs, in all of which, of
course, no ono would uccuse her of being
tho least envious. She further alleges
that although ?200,000 aro nov asked
for by the regent, the estate i? self-sup?
porting on account of its various sources
of income. Tho acousatious will proba?
bly lead to investigation, and meantime
it will hu prudent not to jump to con?
clusions on the subject. It muy bo
diamoud cut diamond."
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY AT JERUSALEM.
An important discovery has been made
at Jerusalem, by Mr. C. Schick. Capt.
Warren, while conductiug tbe excava?
tions mado at Jerusalem by the Palestine
Exploring Fuud, explored a remarkable
rock-hewn passage leading Southward
toward tho templo aroa from tho sub-way
at the Conveut of the Sisters of Zion.
Mr. Schick has fouud a continuation of
this passage, or rather aqueduct, as it
now proves to be, toward the North wall
of the city, a little East of tho Damascus
gato. At this point, the aqueduct hus
boen cut in solid rock, which lies in front
of and communicates with tho well
known caverns. It is, therefore, older
tliun these, and caa hardly be assigned a
later date than that of thu kings of Ju?
dah. Mr. Schick was unable at the time
to follow np his discovery, but the Pales?
tine Exploration Fund have taken tho
mutter in hand, nml hope to find tho
source from which the water is derived.
The existence of the aqueduct lately dis?
covered is a strong argument in favor of
tho belief that tho city of David occu?
pied a portion of Mouut Moriah, and it
may possibly enable us to identify the
pool or Borne uource of it as tho Upper
Gihon, nud Silvuur as Gihon in the val
A CURIOUS TROPHY.-The Smithsonian
Institute baa just recoived u curiosity of
great novelty and value for the national
museum. It is a battle trophy of a race
of natives living near tho head-waters of
the Amazon Uiver, and is tho head of a
captive condensed by some unknown
process to a hizo not more than threo
inches in diameter, the original propor?
tions of tho.features being preserved. It
looks liko the head of somo pigmy.
These trophies aro esteemed highly by
tho natives, and they are difficult to ob?
tain. Only ono other is known to have
boen brought to this country. This one
was a present to tho institute by Ray?
mond do Feiger, of Eucudor, through
E. Rumsey Wing, our Ministor to Quito.
[ Wash inglon Slav.
A Paris correspondent rolates tho story
of a sad wedding in that city. Tho
whole party came out of church weep?
ing. The bride wept, tho mother wept,
the company wopt, and tho groom wept
moro copiously than all combined. Thu
only persons who did not weep were four
meu and u child. The child was born
out of wedlock, and to give it n name, its
parents had married before they parted
forever. Tho groom was a young clerk,
sentenced lo transportation for forgery,
and he was to leavo tho following morn?
ing. The four men who accompanied
him were polico agents, ordered to go
with him to church and to the Mayor's
office, and to bring him safo back to
prison, once tho marriage was col?.
No MONEY.-Radio 1 Governors are
"death" on contingont funds. Conley,
of Georgia, wo believe, spent the whole
year's allowance in about thirty days,
and now, saya the Floridian, about Gov.
Day's exploits in the last month or two:
"Aoting Gov. Day, as wo learn, doea not
fool that ho is socuro in office. Ile has
drawn all the Governor's contingent
fund appropriated by tho last Legisla
ture, amounting to 81,000, so that if thc
Supreme Court should determino that
tho refusal of tho High Court of Im?
peachment to give Reed a trial operates
as an acquittal, poor Recd will not find a
dollar o> contingent fund left. Day has
pocketed it all, and thus proves as
.thrifty' as his predecessor."
Tho World assorte that in seduction,
breach of promise, railway accident
and other such emotional suits, juries
are proverbialy inclined to favor Hie al?
leged victim. Tho World might have
truthfully added, that ono talented liar is
worth a dozen honest witnesses in a ouse
before nu average jury, and that tho
present jury system might lo be abolish?
ed throughout thu country, before an?
other case is allowed to come to trial.
The female crowned heads of Europe
are, os a general rule, of feeble health
the Queen of Spain being the only ono
of them who enjoya sound health. Thus,
it is stated that the Empress of Austria
is consumptive, tho Empress of Russia
suffers from gout und dropsy of the
heart. The Empress of Germany is a
viotim of rheumatism, the Queen of Hol?
land is subject to frequent lits of hyste?
ria, the Queen ol Portugal is a con?
tinued invalid, aud the Queen of Den?
mark is deaf.
A Marshall, Iowa, paper says this is
true: "A small child of Mr. Johu
Houso was lying nt the point of death,
when soddenly ho rivived. Directly
after the child revived a flash of light?
ning passed through the room, and was
immediately followed by a blight or
whitish object, abont the BIZO and shape
of a dove with expanded wings. It
moved to the bed on whioh the child wes
lying, and for a few moments hovered
over the child and thou disappeared. In
about fifteen miuutes the child expired."
DANGEROUS.-The most dangerous
piece of machinery any mau ever at?
tempted to operate is oue of tho shoddy
portablo uteam engines manufactured by
Eastern machinists and sont West and
South for salo. We can now call to
mind the explosion of at least one dozen
of these engines within 200 miles of
Louisville iu the post twelve months, re?
sulting in the slaughter of not less than
thirty persons -Louisville Lcilqer.
Receutly what was, according to popu
lur verdict, tho well knowu and familial
"great se?-.serpent," scales, hairy mane
and all, was Keen by the inhabitants oi
Hauxland, off tho coast of Ramsey,
Hooting iu the oiling. During the night,
the creature was washed ashore, ant
proved to be a log of wood, eighteen fee'
long, covered with barnacles, each froa
ton to eighteen inches in length.
Tho coupons on Port Royal Raiiroai
bonds, due Muy 1, will be paid at tin
office of the company, in New York, u
maturity, and at Freedmen's Saviugi
and Trust Company, Beaufort, S. C
Heieaiter tho trains will be run daily
leaving Beaufort ul\ 10 A. .M., connect
ing with tho Suvannuh and Charleston
at Ycmassue as before.
Poon COMPULSATION.-James O'Neil
huH just been released from the Rhod
Island State Prison, having, after eigh
years' incarceration, beon proved iuuo
cent. Tho Providence JourtuU think
tho State should at least compensate hie
at tho ruto of 33Jj couts a day for th
groat wroug whie? ho has suffered.
Inna Kinrk-as tho name, according t
the Latin orthography would be Spelle?
-of Youngtown, Ohio, a wealthy "swee
sixteen" year old. hus eloped with a prc
fessional burglar, whose high-soundiu
appellation of Pitz Clareuco Montau
roney seduced her from her doting dui
A French fashion is being observed i
New York-that of scuding to a ladj
ou her birth-day, a largo cakouruamcn
ed with caudles, each candi? represen
ing a year of her life. This is set on
table and the candles lighted, aud
piece presented to tho friends who ai
A bar of iron worth $5 worked ?ni
horse shoes is worth ?10.50; made iu
needles it is worth S355; m ule into pe
knife blades it is worth $3,2S-&; mai
iuto balance springs of watches it
worth 8250.000. Such is tho power
industrious labor over raw material.
When a steudy, well-behaved youl
man is seeu shaking hands with a pun
and bidding it au affectionate goo
night, or paying, "Poor old Corbi.s<
Robscrew," there may be a faint appr
hension that ho bas been "taking son:
St. Louis continues her bacchanuli
orgies, and her preachers arc making li
pulpits ring with sermons on the te:
"Wo unto him that giveth his neighli
drink, that putteth tho bottle to him a
makoth him druukeu also."
Tho new French consul for Chariest*.
Monsieur A. Lafaivre, recently iu t
consular service at Munich and Yieui
has arrived at New York and is ex pe
ed during tho present week in Charl
Work ou the Enterprise Railroad is
bo begun immediately, and in a sh
time tho cars will bo runuing ou E
Bay, Charleston, bringing from the ri
roads heavy cargoes of freight, aud a
less cost than it can now bo transport
Mr.S. Hildebrand, for some years
gaged in tho outlaw busiuess in Miss
ri, is dead for positively thu last til
his brother having recognized the cori
lie was shot by a constable al Fin
There is considerable excitement
Sitku, Alaska, ou account of the discov
of silver mines within half a mile of
town, and of gold and silver mince
other places on tho coast adjacent.
The following ticket was succe9sfu
the Bamberg municipal election:
tendant-James M. Smith; Wurdet
Andrew C. Dibble, E. B. Price, W
Patrick and J. W. Browning.
Joseph Prioe, a lad of seventeen,
of tho lato Alfred L. Pri?e, fell fro
boat into tho Capo Fear Rivor, at 1
mington, N. C., on tito 2?th, and
Two colored tuen, named Frank
and John Kittrull, had a difficult:
Wilmington, N. C., n few days
when thu former was killed by a Uni
tho hands of tho latter.
During her imprisonment, Laura 1
by careful speculation, has increased
fortune by moro thnu $160,000. Ta
hanging such a woman!
A charter bas been granted by
Tennessee Legislature for bridgiiti
tunneling thu Mississippi River at ^
California crop prospects are so e
lent, that the Alta says tho fanner
porplcxeri lo know bow they cm Ii i
and ship their grain.
? New England paper calls attention
to the fact that the cotton mills in the
Southern States now have 150,000 spin?
dles in operation, and are paying from
ten to twenty per cent, dividends on ca?
pitals ranging from S100.0GO to 81,250,
On and after May 1st, the ton-word
minimum, ns applied to Atlantic cable
doBpatohes, will he abolished, and short
messages will be sent at one dollar, gold,
Some of the newspapers, disgusted
with pelitic8, have set to work to prove
that Morse never invented any telegraph,
and that Washington was an English?
Spinks is not going to do any more in
conundrums. He asked his wife why
he was like a donkey, and she said be?
cause he was born so, and he says that
the answer is very different from that.
Tho friends of the late Gen D. F. Ja?
mison, in Orangeburg, are making ef?
forts to raise funds to erect a monument
to his memory. Gen. J. was tho Presi?
dent of the Secession Convention.
A man in London so resembled Ar?
thur Orton that he had to wear a pla?
card, "I am not the claimant," to escapo
The seventy-five post i ffices in the
United States in 1787 have increased to
Tho annual expense of proteoting tho
6,000 inhabitants of Arizona from the
Indians is $1,000,000.
Free screech invaded-Locomotive*
are not allowed to whistle within tho city
limits of Indianapolis.
A young lady has brought a libel suit
against ber mother, as the only means
to get a mother-in-law.
A coffin was rallied at a North Carolina
fair. Thc next thing will be a corpse.
Medical students would all take shares.
China has a newspaper which has en?
tered npon its two thousandth volume.
All of its original staff is dead.
A Mormon traveling in Hungary with
his threo wives waa arrested for polyga?
Among tho Cheviot Hills of Scotland,
they boast of sheep whose wool will
measure eleven and a-half inches.
Darwinists aro overjoyed because Bue?
nos Ayres monkeys suffer from regular
"A Forbidden Book"|brought 82,800
in Now York. But it was a pioture.
A COTTAGE, near tho State Capitol.
?oj: lient moderate. Inquire at thia office.
?"A April 28 2
Phoenix Axe, Hook and Ladder Co.
1"UIE regular monthly meeting of this Com
. pany will ho hold TO-HOHROW EVEN?
ING, at 8 o'clock, at their hall. By order.
April 28 1 W. W. DEANE, Sec'y.
Columbia Chapter, No. 5, R. A. M.
*?5&/fMt AN EX.TUA Convocation of Colum
f&KSflBUia Chanter, No. 5, H. A. M., will bn
SS|lielil in Masonic Hall, TO-MOKUOW
?^^EVENINO, at 8 o'clock. Tho P. M.
and M. E. M. Degrees will beconferrod.
liv order of tho M. E. H. P.
_ April_28 1 JOHN MORRISON. Seo'v.
JUST received a nico assortment of CRACK?
ERS, consisting of:
TEA CAKES, JUMBLES,
Lemon Cream, Cream,
Cinger Snape, Ac, Ac.
For ?ale br R. D. SENN & SON.
VT TE hare just received five tierces vory
VV choico Sugar-cured HAMS, of thu
Eureka and Evans bros. brand, which aro un?
surpassed, li. D. SENN & SON.
April 23 _1_
Slippers! Slippers!! Slippers!!!
pH V JUST received a lot of Ladies',
Ljl Miase*' and Children's Black, I
V~^ft?Urouze and Colored SLIPPERS.
Misses' and Children's Bronze aud Colored
BOOTS. At M. EHRLICH A SONS.
BOOTS, SHOES AND DATS.
- m LADIES' and Miases' Lace,
]W\ Congreat and Button BOOTS.
\ Toilet and Dress SLIPPERS.
W **9x*i Children's and Infants' Shoew,
in great variety.
Gentlemen's, Boys' and Youths' BOOTS,
SHOES and GAITERS.
Gentlemen's, Boyo' and Chil?
dren's Straw, Linen, Wool, Plush,
Fur and Loaver HATS, of tho
latest stvles. J. MEIOHAN.
April 2.s _
NOVELTIES OPENING DAILY
DRY GOODS FOR TUE MILLION
W. D. LOVE & CO.'S,
WE have received, tho lait fow davs, a
full lino of NEW and CHOICE OOODS,
comprising latest Stylos of JAPANESE
SILKS, GRENADINES, ORGANDIES, plaid,
striped and plain; Wbito Goods, in new fa?
brics, suitablo for tho approaching woathor.
A choico Bolection of Laco Setts- Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Barbs, Lama Points, in Shawls
and Mantles- -at very low prices. Our stock
is complete in all tho departments, and daily
One of tho timi is now in Now York, looking
after bargains for our customers, and ship?
ping us daily the latest novelties. Wo have
another largo invoico on thc way, which we
will open in a few days, and would respect?
fully invito an inspection. Weare confident
ol MlUiuft ?'very ono, both in ct J lo?, qualities
Samples u?'nt on applicati m.
WM. D. LOVE & CO.
W. IV LOVE I'- S- MoCREERY.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, tho 6th of May next,
in front of the Court House, in this city, at
10 o'clock, we will sell, without reeerre,
That desirable COTTAGE, eitnated on (he
corner of Gervaia and Williame streets. The
lot measures 101 feet front, by 208 feet deep,
moro or loss; bounded North by Gervais
street; Webt by Williams strcot: and Booth
and EaBt by C. Hamberg. On the premises
isa substantial Kitchen,fine Garden and a
superior Well of Water.
That Lot, with Cottage thereon, measuring
50 feet front and IOC foet deep, moro or lese;
bounded North by Gervaia street; South by
-; EaBt and West by R. Joyner. On the
Eremises is a fine Well of Water and out
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay us for pa
pore and stamps. April 28 30 M 25
Valuable Heal Estate.
BY SEIBELS & EZELL,
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS.
ON the FIRST MONDAY in May next, in
front of tbo Court HOUBO, we will seU, to the
highest bidder, thu following valuable
LOT on the Weet Bide of Main atreet, be
tween Blanding and Laurel atreota, fronting
I on Main street fifty-two feet and running
j through the block to Assembly, with a like
front thereon. Will be divided to suit. Offers
j will be rscoived for priva to Bale previous to
Lot, three-four thu of an acre, with the un?
finished Building tbereon, located on the
North-east corner of ABBembly and Laurel
Valuable Property in Bickens Gount3
IN nurBuance ol a decretal order of the Cir
cuit Court for Pickens County, I will sel
to the highest bidder, for cash, on sale-da]
in May, at Pickens Oonrt HonBe,
That desirable Real Estate known as thc
"CRUIKSHANK TAN-YARD," situated oi
BruBhy Creek, waters of Saluda, noar th?
Air Line Railroad, and about eleven milci
from Greenville and ten miles from Nev
Pickens. The tract contains 717 aeres, o
which some 450 acres are splendid virgin fo
rest. Of the remainder, about 200 acres hav<
boen cleared since the war and are in a higl
state of cultivation. On the premises is on
of tho best Tan-yards in tho State, and h
1 good condition.
A comfortable DWELLING and all necee
sary out buildings, in good repair.
This ia a rare opportunity for pnrchasin
good Real Estate, in a Connty as distil
guiehed for tho good order of Hs society a
(or tho salubrity of ita climate and the pnrit
of its water.
On the above premises, on the Wednesda
following, a largo lot of FARM STOCK, coi
sisting of Horses, Cows, Oxen and Hogs, an
Plantation Tools, Cotton Gin and Screv
Sugar Mill, McWright's Mill and- a Ooppc
Boiler; a lot of Lime, Tan-bark, Tanner
Tools, Ac, Ac.
The above ia sold as the property of Gilla
and Aiken for the payment of the debts.
March 31 Sheriff of Pickens Connty.
t(3~ Greenville Enterprise and Pickens tie
iinel cony until day of sale.
?)(\f\ BALES of PRIME NORTHER
&\t\J HAY, just received. "Beet in ma
ket." J. D. BATEMAN,
April 20 3_Columbia Ice Honao.
^?t MERCHANT TAILOR, begs leave
jninform tho citizens of Columbia ai
(|gfvicinity that he is prepared to do J
11 work in the line of his business wi
neatness and despatch. Ho would call t!
attention of t io Gentlemen of Columbia to 1
particular style of CUTTING and FITTIN
(tho Italian mode,) which was invented
himself. A share'.of publie patronage is i
spectfully solicited. Washington streot, ne
Main._._April 27 2?
SOUTH CAROLINA PENITENTIARY,
COLOMBIA, S. G., April 25,1872
AT a meeting held bv the Directors, Ap
24,1872, it was
Resolved, That owing to tho failure of t
Treasury to furnish money to procure st
plies for the South Carolina Penitentiary, a
thc impossibility of procuring them on cree
that thc Superintendent be directed, if pr
ticable. to hire out 150 convicts-and that
advertise for proposals for the same, subn
ting tho bids to the Board of Directors
The Superintendent, in conformity to
above resolution, will entertain birts for
hiring out to work o? 150 CONVICTS, iu ni
hers to suit applicants.
Applications in writing, accompanied by
curity for performance of contract, and
punctual payment of price and fnlfillmen
othor conditions and stipulations, she
state tho naturo of the work to be nerfon
by tho convicts, tho place at, and the t:
during which tho employment may be r.
posed to continue, tho amount offered
hand by tho day or by the month, and
number of hands desired.
Applications will be submitted to the Bc
of Directors for their approval or rejectio:
CARLOS J. SIOLBBAND,
April 27 6 t_Superintended
Tongues, Strips, Beef, &c.
6DOZ. SMOKED B. TONGUE8,
SCO lbs. prime Smoked Beef,
1,000 lbs. Breakfast Strips,
Fulton Harket Corned Beef,
Pickled Pig Pork, for sale low by
April 24_E. HOP
SMOKED BEEP, Fulton Market 1
Bacon Strips and Pig Hams, j nat rece
and for sale low for caan at
April, 10t CANTWELL'S, Main eira
I rv TIERCE8 Davis' Diamond HAMS
yWJ sale at reduced prices, by
April 21 GEO. SYMMEI
N. C. Seed Corn.
HAS boon selected with care for t
years. A few bushels for sale by
March 8 L?RICK A. LOWRANt
Groceries, Wines and Liquors
AFULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FA!
GROCERIES, in all their varieties,
brands Champagnes, Wines, Liquors,
suitable for Christmas, on hand and foi
low, by JOHN AGNEW A BC
Marbiehead Mammoth Cabbag
THE largost cabbago in the world. Qi
very tender, sweet and excellent.
Boston True Curled LETTUCE. Tl
the best of all; grows in the form of aro
New York Improved Egg Plant.
Trophy Tomato. Egyptian Beet.
Wax Heans. Polo Beans.
Corn, c urly and late.
Gill al headquarters for good seed, a
price. ll KIN lisa's Drug St
March 13 _
KRA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE C
OOV * for sale low for cash, at
April 23 : CANTWELL'S, Main at