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NAPXIHS, April 20.-Tbo fires of Vesu?
vius are Blackening. A new crater was
opened near Lenregua to day, bub with
every fresh opening now the violence of
the eruption seems to abate. YOB ter d ay,
Eudre mountain wis concealed from
sight by the smoke which Bottled around
it; this morning, the heavens were dark?
ened by dense clouds of Bmoko and
ashes, and a strong wind oarried showers
of burning cinders and old scoria as far
aa Soofot? and Palermo. Precaution
was taken to flood the Government pow?
der magazine at Scofote. The volume
of the stream of lava near San Sebastian
is sixteen feet deep, and tho village is
still in danger. The devastation bas
been terrible; thousands of acres of cul?
tivated lands have been overwhelmed by
ashes and lava, and vineyards and farms
are buried out of sight. The IOBS of life
must have been heavy, but it is impos?
sible to ascertain the number of victims.
MADRID, April 29.-It is stated here,
on official authority, that Don Carlos
bad not yet entered Spain.
LONDON, April 29.-A despatch from
Paris, to the Times, says Don Carlos is
not in Spain, but tho Governments of
both that country and France know ex
aotly where be is.
PABIS, April 29.-An official decree
hus been issued, warning all Frenchmen
against participating in the insurrection?
ary movement in Spain, and providing
heavy penalties for all violations of the
?decree. Col. Chaveletto, formerly of the
Papal service, has engaged to keep the
Pontifical troops now in Franco from
taking up arms for either side during the
AKRON, April 28.-The Deacon news?
paper office, with tho adjoining build?
ings, were burned.
NEW YORK, April 28.-The General
Conference of tho Methodist Episcopal
Church convenes in Brooklyn, Wednes?
day. 484 delegates will be present.
Eight new Bishops aro to be elected.
A special despatch from Cincinnati
reports the prospects of Charles Francie
Adams increasing. Louisiana, Texas
and Alabama delegations are reported
unanimous for him.
WASHINGTON, April 28.-The State
Department bas confirmation of the lose
of the boat from the steamer Kansas, with
Captain Crossman aboard.
Since the commencement of the pre
sent session of Congress, tho I residen I
huH approved thirty-three bills, whicl
originated in the Senate, and 120 whicl:
originated in the House. Several billi
of a private character wero vetoed. Since
the commencement of tho present Con
gress, 1,015 bills have been introduced
in the Senate, and 2,569 in the House
together with 140 joint resolutions. Th<
number of billa passed by the House
and now awaiting the action of the Se
nate, is 3G9, and number of Senate bill
awaiting the action of tho Honso 132
ninety of which are on tho Speaker*
table. Among tho bills pending in tin
Senate aro the following: Robertson'
amnesty bill, with certain exceptions
and the House bill on the same subject
to facilitate commerce between th
United States and China, Japan and th
countries of Asia; to promote tho con
struotion of the Cincinnati and Souther
Railway; Blair's joint resolution in favo
of the purchase of Cuba; the adjustmeo
and satisfaction of the French upoliatio
olaims; providing for the sale of Unite
States land containing coal; for tho r<
lief of certain contractors for tho cot
struction of vessels of war and steal
machinery; to prevent stock gamblio
by public offioers; authorizing tho esti
blishment of ocean mail steamship se
viee between the United States an
Mexico; for further endowment of agr
cultural colleges; repealing duties ou tc
and coffee; to promote the ship-bnildic
and commercial interests of the Unite
States; to conneot tho telegraph wil
the postal service; to authorize cot
.pound interest notes as a substitute f
legal tender notes. Among the bil
pending in the House aro tho followin
To carry into effect the provisions of t!
treaty of Washington relating to tl
fisheries; for the retirement of worn ai
mutilated notes; to repeal tho duties <
.coal and salt; tho Ways and Means tar
bill; Kelley's bill for a further rednotii
of taxos and the encouragement of coi
moree, cad Maynard's bill to amend t
internal revenue laws. There are otb
important bills in each House, includi
tho;o relating to railroad grants, steal
ship lines, finance, etc. The follow^
is the condition of the general approp
tion bills: That for the payment of in1
lid and other pensions has become a la
the legislative bill is in conference; I
Indian and diplomatic bills havo bc
returned to the House with amendmon
The Senato has not yet disposed of 'I
deficiency bill; the post office, arc
navy, military academy and river a
harbor bills. The House bas acted
all the general appropriation bills,
cept the one for the fortification and 1
bill for the payment of certain civil
penses. The latter will ba reported p
Viably this week. In addition to
above, many of the standing committ
- of the House have not bad an oppoi
nity for months to mike their repo
and besides, reports are yet to be m
from special committees in each Hon
The North Platte cavalry overt
twenty Indians, who drove the st
from Fort McPherson, and killed th
Tho Treasury sells $2.000.000 f
eaoh Thursday, and buys 82,000,
bonds each Wednesday in May. Tri
actions involved will be $10,000,001
Thus far 103 tickets havo boen sol
passengers for Cincinnati. Sen
Sohurz left for that city yesterday.
Senators Bonton, Trumbull and Ti j
will follow to-morrow. Tho int?r?t
tho Cincinnati Convention is everyw
on tho increase.
A nnmbcr of delegates to tho Mc
dist General Confeieuce, from tho V
South and South-west, aro now hen
their way to Brooklyn. Some of thom
preached in tho Methodist pulpits to?
At the Metropolitan Church, Dr. New?
man baptised a Japanese law student,
named Cadama, who assumed tho Chris?
tian name of John Phillip, and Dr.
Eddy, the pastor of the Church, took
the convert into full membership, he
having served the required probation of
POUGHKEEPSIE, April 29.-The mouu
taios opposite this city are burning.
WASHINGTON, April 29.-Judge Lo
cbrane, attorney for Henry Clews ?Co.,
tooohing their interest in Georgia, re?
mained over in Washington, on bis re?
turn from New York, where he has been
during tho session of the Bond Com?
mittee, recently convened there for the
purpose of investigating tho bonded in?
debtedness of Georgia. He speaks
highly of the fidelity and accuracy of
their investigations, and has no doubt
their report will be satisfactory to the
people, as it will show tho bouded in?
debtedness less by one-half thau was
anticipated. In Locbrano's opinion, it
will show tbeState's debt about $17,000,
000, all told, and be has no hesitation iu
stating that the people will do justice to
every bona fide bond-holder, who has ad?
vanced money contributing to the State's
The House passed a bill removing dis?
abilities from S. H. Rodgers, member
The Republican caucus adopted the
following order of business: Three ap?
propriation bills; then Robertson's am?
nesty; then Scott's Ku Klux; then se?
curing citizens iu the right to vote.
NEW YORK, April 29.-The committee
of the Georgia Legislature which bas
been in tliis city, for three weeks, ex?
amining and registering bonds issued
and negotiated during exGoveruor
Bullock's term of office, concluded their
labors in New York ou Saturday. The
committee bas examined and registered
nearly $10,000,000 iu Georgia State and
railroad bonds, all of which were held in
this city and vicinity; and on Thursday
aud Saturday sworn testimony was takeu
before the American consuls iu Europe
of what was received from foreign
b ol de rs of nbout $1,000,000 iu bouds.
This makes a total registration of about
$14,000,000 of bonds, the chief part ol
which, it is said, have been legally issued
iud negotiated; and holders, who
bought them in good fuith, will receive
pay in full, while those that bavo beet;
illegally issued, if any, will bu repudi?
Sr. LOCH, April 29.-The Otb United
States Iufanlry has been ordered to th?
leparttnent of Dakota, for service or
he ,line of the Northern Pacific Rail
road. An additional detachment o
?.mops bas been sent to assist iu expel
ing tho white outlaws from tho Iudiai
Territory. The railroad managers hav<
lischarged all employees attached to tin
'.rain ou which Stevenson, C.liue am
Dutro were murdered, in Cass County
;hey having received orders to do si
from some of tho regulators. Severa
railroad officials fled from Sedalia, Mo.
JU Saturday, in consequence of report
dist some Cass County outlaws wer
ibero, for the purpose of assassinate.
?.hem. Among those who left was R. b
Stevens, Manager of the Missouri, Kau
ias aud Texas Railroad Company.
BALTIMORE, April 2d.-Phillip Krause
\ well-known painter, suicided to-day.
CINCINNATI, April 29.-Conveutio
week has opened hore with uumistakabl
signs of being one of tho most excitin
in the bistory of the city. Tho advanc
guard of the delegations from tho var
JUS States, which arrived last night, hi
been reinforced this morning by otbei
interested in the approaching Convoi
tion. Whitelaw Reed and Dudley Fie]
iro among the arrivals.
WASUINOTON, April 29- Eveniug.
riie latest Mutamorns advices represei
llmost an immediat e attack apprehen
3d. Non-combatants are coming to tl
Col. James A. Elkins succeeds Ge:
MoFerrin as Chief Quartermaster of tl
Division of tho South.
Capt. Moffitt, who commanded tl
steamship Florida, when shu escape
was a witness hero, on Saturday, befo
Ibo naval court of inquiry, regarding t
National banks are required to rope
their coudition at the close of busint
ou thc li)Lb instant.
A special despatch from Pittsbui
sa>8 Curtain's name will not bo preset
cd to tho Cincinnati Convention for t
Tho indications of a back-dowu
garding conseqv^tinl damages are qa
strong, and their withdrawal from t
caso is probable.
In the Senate, a resolution was int
tluccd limiting speeches upou nppropi
lion bills to five minutes. After deba
Trumbull said the object of this n
rule was now plainly disclosed. It \
to give tho majority of the Senate
power to pst any legislation whateoe
in an appropriation bill, under tho j
of the five minutes rule, and be wan
the Senate to know it. Tho order'
finally modified, so us to prohibit as
amendment te ?u appropriation
matter not germain, when the resolut
In tho House, among tho bills in
duced was ODO by Pierce of Massae
sett?, to provide for tho greator elfioie
of tho publie schools in tho sev
States, and for other purposes. The
is moro stringent, if possible, than S
ner's civil rights bill. It provides
equality in publio aud privato selie
hotels, cars, steamboats, theatres, <
etc. Tho bill wu:i referred to tho C
mittco on Education aud Labor,
which Pierce i* chairman, and ho
clares it shall be reported ou tho :
call of bis committoc. Also, ono
Rays, grant ing all public lands iu
bama to that State. Wheeler move
suspend thu rules and take up for c<
duration the Sonnte bill mipplemeu
to tho Act of 3d ot March, 1S71, t
corporate tho Texas Pacific Rail
Company, chun gi u g the title to that of
the Texas and Pacitio Hallway Company,
and making provisions as to the issuing
of mortgage and lund grant bonds, &o.
Tho motion was agreed to without divi?
sion, and various verbal amendments
reported from the Committee ou the
Puoi?o Railroad were adopted. After
some explanation sud discussion, during
which it was stated by Wheeler that the
bill did not increase the land grant, the
bill was passed, by 103 to 23. It goes
back to the Senate for concurrence in
tho verbal amendments. Tho Senate
amendments to the House bill authoriz?
ing tho OommisBtuuer of Southern
Claims to appoint spcciul commissioners
to take testimony wus concurred in. The
Sonate amendment to the House bill for
the relief of purchasers of luuds sold for
direct taxes iu tho insurrectionary States
was oonourred iu.
Probabilities-An area of quito low
barometer will probably wove Eastward
over the upper luke rcgiou, aud a severe
storm, cloudy weather and rain will pre?
vail from the Ohio Valley Northward
and Westwurd, and extend Eastward
over the Northern portion of the Middle
States, by or ou Tuesday morning, and
possibly over thu Southeru portion on
Tuesday. Easterly to Southerly winds,
with cloudy aud Hire dening weather, are
probable for New Englaud. Easterly
winds, veering to Southerly, with in?
creased cloudiness, for thu Southern
States. Brisk aud high wiuds are proba?
ble for tho upper lakes, uud extend to
tho lower lukes during to-night uud on
BITTEN MEDICINE NOT DAILY FOOD.
The Cinciuuati Volksfreund% the orgau of
tho German Democracy of thu West,
prefers Churlos Francie Adams, uf Mas?
sachusetts, among all those whose names
have been mentioned in relation with tho
Presidency, by that assemblage. In
connection therewith, aud as showing
the plutform upou which he (Mr. Adams)
stands, wo publish his lotter to the Pitts?
burg 8th of Jannarv Jackson Convention
[or 1871. Ho said:"
BOSTON, January G, 1871.
Malcolm Hat/, J?ij , Secretary nf the Com?
DEAN SIK: By some accidental delay
your letter of tho loth ult. reached me
Duly this moruiug. I fuel much honored
in receiving tho iuvitation to visit yon at
Pittsburg. My engagements at homo,
However, prevout rn?; from mo ring at
Neither am I much in the way of ex?
pressing sentiments ou present political
;opics. The country lins passed through
i violent convulsion, aud is now slowly,
jut steadily, recovering itself. The
nain object should bo to ro.storu burruo
iv and inspiro mutual confidence amoug
ill the jarring members. Our Govern?
ment draws its lifo from the ready con?
sent of tho governed.
When tho distinguished hero, whoso
jamo your association boars, uttered
:hoso memorable words: "The Uuion
?hall bo preserved!" he uud?ubtedly
rosted his faith upou the spontaneous
?o-operation of tho great muss of the
nit ion, responding to bis call iu the ru
jular and legitimate channels proscribed
jy the organic law. He novor conteui
jluted the uso of bayonets in controlling
ibo forms of collecting the general suf
Our safety, ns a nation, lies in goiug
jack to tho first principle's, and forget
:iog that force hus over been resorted to
is a painful necessity to preserve them.
What was a bitter medicine should not
ie turned iuto daily food. Very truly,
CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS.
- - -?
Nor should that "cullin! pusson" for?
get that he is a farmer aud a laborer iu
Head of belonging to protected rings of
capitalists, io whoso interest Grant and
Iiis partisans ruu the Government. Ho
may not bo a largo tax payer, but be
losi>3 a part of his wages whenever lie
gives or takes n greenback, aud pnys a
largo indirect tux to tho other class
whenever ho purchases his tools, cloth?
ing or eveu salt. lu his Now Orleans j
manifesto against tho movement In be- j
lialf of tho masses of the people, of which .
lie forms a part, he neted Uko that, iel- j
low "down in Maine." This last, n '
would-bo suicide, is suing au apothecary '
for obtaining money under false pre- ;
teuso8, because ho sold him arrow-root
instead of arsenic-a harmless und nutr?- ?
eious esculent instead oi poison.
[Louisville Courier-Journal. j
The Joiut Ku Klux Committee have
not ouly drawn largely ou the public 1
funds for printing their testimony, but
afforded au abundance of reading to
thoso who may obtain tho documents
and aro fond of reading such litorature.
In addition to the Carolinas, Senator
Scott on Friday presented to the Senate
tho testimony concerning Georgia, mak?
ing two volumes of 1,217 pages, together
with testimony taken as to Mississippi
and Florida, aud also miscellaneous evi?
dence, making in tho aggregate nearly
4,000 pages of printed matter.
Tho question has arisen in tho Coun?
cil whether tho residence of the Rev. Dr.
Palmor, on Pry tan ia street, owned by
tho First Presbyterian Church, can be
considorod church property, and thoro
foro exempt from taxation. Tho opi?
nion of Mr. Shaw presented to tho Conu
cil is, that it is not, while ho roports
that tho Masonic Hall building is not
liable to taxation, being tho properly of
a charitable institution, from which no
profits ore derived.
\ New Orleans Picayune.
A telegram 1ms boen received in Now
York from tho well-known American
missionaries in Syria, Hov. S. ll. Cal?
houn and Rev. Dr. Jessup, stating that
tho surviving inhabitants of tho city of
Autioch aro perishing, aud (lintcoulribu
lions aro imperatively needed. A meet
iug to taVc somo measures for respond
ing to thia appeal has been called iri New
Financial ana Commercial.
LONDON, April 29-Noon.-Consols
93>?. Bonds 90>?.
PARIS, April 29.-Rentes 54? 85c.
LIVERPOOL, April 29-3 P. M.-Cotton
opened doll, but is now steady-uplands
ll; Orleans 11'^. Nearly due from Sa?
vannah or Charleston ll.
LIVERPOOL, April 29-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed steady-upiando ll; Orleans
NEW YORK, April 28.-The general
trade of the city has undergone but little
chang? since this day week. Cottou hus
beon dull, with a slight decline in prices.
Sales for tho week reached 110,000 bales,
of which 103,500 were for fnture delive?
ry, and G.500 on tho spot and to arrive.
Of the spot cotton, exporters took about
1,175 bales, spinners 4,350 and specula?
tors 350. Naval Blores trade bas been
light, except in turpentine, notioed lust
Saturday afternoon, and attendant ad?
vance was quelled and quashed by Mon?
day night; dealers from other cities
coming in and attempting to load New
York with tho stock of tte country.
Partios in tho country who held a barrel
or two learned that one manipulator waa
holding the market, aud they became
eager seekers uuder such circumstances.
Thc bottom of tho market fell out and
the prices of Tuesday morning were five
cents off. Since then spirits have boen
quiet, with sales making only into con
sumptive channell at sixty cents per gal
lou. Rosins uro firm. Tho stock ic
ynrds has boen reduced to 15,000 barrels
Tar und pitch are unchanged and price)
are somewhat nominal.
NEW YORK, April 29-Noon.-Stocki
strong and active. Gold steady, ntl2J.j
Money firm. Exchange-long 9,'.j; shor
lOj.'jj. Governments firm aud quiet
Flour quiet and firm. Wheat quiet ani
steady. Com firm. Pork steady-mes;
13.95??)14 00. Lard quiet-steam 9HQ
9L<. Cottou quiet but firm-upland;
23"L4 ; Orleans 211a'; sales Gil bales
7 P. M.-Mouey easy, at G@7. Stor
Hug nominally a trifle weaker. Gob
12.'J@12;)U'. Governments quiet, a
about I4C. advance. Teuuessees easier
others dull but steady. Cotton quie
but firm; sales 810 bales-uplauds 23J?
Orleans 24 J4. Flour firm but quiet
Whiskey heavy, at 91@91>?. Whea
quiet: wiuter scarce and firmer-rei
winter Western email@example.com. Corn cloBei
dull and lower, at 75)j@7G,'j. Ric
steady, at 9(rii9,l.?. Pork a shade easiei
at 13.85$ 13.95.' Lard 9@9??. Freight
unchanged. Sales of futures, to-da\
11,800 bales, as follows: April 23 3-11
23)4'; Moy 23??, 23??; June 23 ll-K
23JB; Joly 24; August 23J?, 24; Septem
ber 22}.i, 22 3?'; October 2U??, 20'.;; Ni
vember 19.'.j; December 19,'. ?, 19;^'.
?T. Louis, April 29.-Flour denim
light and holders firm-family 9.00(?
9.80. Corn active, higher and irreguh
-No. 2 mixed 43>?(?,45. Whiske
higher, at 85. Pork higher, at 12.7;
generally held at 13.00. Bacon acth
and higher-packed shoulders 5}?; ciel
rib 7^2? clear sides 7,34'. lard wuutei
at 8*?; hold at 8^4.
CINCINNATI, April 29.-Flour advance
-family 8.35(o;8.50. Corn steady. Poi
buoyant nud unsettled-city bram
14. U0. Lard buoyant- kettla 9. Duct
buoyaut-.shoulders, loose 5J.?; packt
51..'; sides 7I4??V.7I .. Whiskey lower,
LOUISVILLE, April 29.-Buggiug qui
and firm. Flour firmer-family 7.5
Corn iu good demand. Provisions big
er. Pork 13 firstname.lastname@example.org. Shoulders 5
(a)5'.,'; clear .sides 7^4. Packed lard 8
(??9'. " Whiskey S3. '
BALTIMORE, April 29.-Cotton firm
middliug 23'.1'(<?,23,J.1'; receipts 880 bah
sales 470; stock 11,379. Flour very Iii
-superfiuo 7.00(?,7.02. Wheat qu
aud unchanged-Southern 2.10. Cu
firm and active-white 05; yellow t
Western mixed GS. Provisions buoyti
and strong. Pork 14.00. Bacou in go
jobbing demand-shoulders G. Whist
WILMINGTON, April 29.-Cotton fini
middling 22'., ; receipts 117 bales; sa
72; stock 2,4bU
GALVESTON, April 29.-Colton s'en
-good ordinary 20.'.,(?,20 '.j ; receij
41 bales; sales 200; stock 10,550.
MOBILE, April 20.-Cotton stead'
middling 22^22.'..; receipts 713 bal
sales ?00; stock 19,012.
BOSTON, April 29. -Cotton netiv
middling 237tt@24; receipts 2,011 lia
sales 200; stock 14,000; stock 93,694.
NEW ORLEANS, April 29.-Cut
quiet and firm-middliug 23'J; rccvi
1,115 bales; sales 1,100.
CHARLESTON, April 29.-Cotton tin
middling 22,1?; receipts 132 halos; s
200; stock 14,005.
AUGUSTA, April 29.-Cottou-midd]
22'.j; receipts 175 bales; sales 175.
NORFOLK, April 29.-Cotton qui<
low middling 22; receipts 1,003 bi
sales 100; stock 3.S39.
SAVANNAH, April 29.-Cottou t
ket bare; stock holders very firm-1
dliug 22'.i(?.223?'; receipts 428 b:
sales 100; stock 20,799.
A despatch from Jackson, Miss., d
23d, says that au insect comm
known as buffalo gnat has nppearoi
great quantities in tho vicinity of I
River, Mississippi, and aro sowing
truction among horses und mules 01
plantations. Mauy hundred nui
?iavo died from their attacks with
Hawkins, who resigned bis seat ii
New York Assembly 111 disgust, says
there aro now only twenty-seven lu
I men in thut body; tho balance,
bein!: regular thieves.
A dwelling was burned near Alli
N. Y., yesterday, and in it four chi
of 11 .Mr. Volmar, and their gram
rents. The mother, father and
' child escaped.
Ifolmbold's ?toro and coutouts
Broadway, were sold nt auction at
Hon. Janies L. Orr, of Andersoi
been eh'MU? President of the State
! ings aud Iusuranco Bank.
How IT WORKS.-To fi od your tho?
rough-bred Radical, you muet go South.
Nowhere elso does be exhibit in full force
his natural and sublime contompt for
propriety-tho matchless egotism which
underlies his politios and oven bis parti?
sanship. Your Northern Radical, com?
pared to your Southern, is as a raw oob
compared witb a blooded courser. The
former hos plenty of the raw material in
him, but it bas to be developed, crossed,
interbred through many degrees, before
yon produce the stock which cane?me
to time on tho Radical race-course South.
"Tho boy is father to the man," eo the
Radical boy North ib father to the Radi?
cal mun South-thc son being BO much
more mature and vigorous than thc
father, as a man is moro BO thau a boy.
Wo had two illustrations of this differ?
ence in the Senate on Tuesday last. Se?
nator Sawyer, of South Carolina, asked
consent tc convert the Sonate Chamber
into a hustings, iu order to enable bim
to reply to Senator Trumbull's speech at
the liberal Republican mass meeting in
New York. But the Sonate was saved
the shame of this unheard-of exhibition
of partisanship by the opposition of
Hannibal Hamlin. Ou the same day, a
vote was taken on the question of ad?
mitting the carpet-bagger, Abbott, of
North Carolina, to bis seat. No one has
ever dared assert that he was really
elected by the Legislature; and his claims
were sternly repudiated by the Senate
by au overwhelming vote, only ten votes
being cast in his favor. Of this number,
fivo were cast by Southern Senators.
This is double the average of the affirm?
ative vote of the North and West.
From all of which, we have drawn a
conclusion of grave import. If the
devil were commissioned to manufacture
a boss devil to take his sceptre or share
it, there is no doubt that he would im?
prove so much on tho original pattern,
that ho would turn out such a monster of
villainy, that he would invent, iu short,
n devil so devilish an would drive all the
sinners in tho world into the bosom of
the church for protection. Such a mass
of cussedness would disgust the world,
and convert it in the same manner as
thorough-bred Radicalism has nearly
converted the South iuto a unit of libe
ralisni. Iudeed, the conversion is com?
plete, if we omit the office-holders and
office-seekers and their colored dupes,
[ Lo u isville Co varier'Jo ur nal
A SON SDES TUB MURDERER OF HIS
FATHER-CLAIMING FIFTY THOUSAND
DOLLARS DAMAOES.-A very important
suit is now on trial in the Jefferson Com
mon Pleas Court, before vice-Chancellor
Harlen. In March, 1871, Conrad Kolb
killed William Odell, in this County
Ou the 16th of Junuary, 1872, William
Odell, aged seven years, by his guar
dian, John Odell, brought suit against
Kolb for tho murder of his father, claim-i <
iug damages iu the sum of $50,000. The | ]
case was called in Common Pleas Court, '
yesterday, and the entire day consumed
m the examination of three witnesses.
The suit is oue that is attracting a
great deal of attention, being the first of
the kiud ever iustituted in this city, and
the decision is looked for with much in?
terest, from the fact thut other suits of a
similar character in which other parties
are interested will bo iustituted iu the
event judgment is given in favor of the
plaiutiff in this action.
I Louisville Ledger.
The United States prisoners confined
at the House of Correction, in charge of
Lieutenant Callahan, of the Third Artil?
lery, are reported as being as comforta?
bly situated as can be expected under the
circumstances, and the prison is kept
scrupulously clean and neat in every re?
spect. Yesterday, thero were religious
services for tho benefit of the prisoners,
conducted in the morning by Rev. Dr.
Smith and in tho eveuiug by Rev. J. L.
Girardeuu, D. D. There was an addi?
tional arrival, yesterday morning, of
seven prisoners from York and two from
Chester County. Another prisoner, J.
W. Wilkes, of Cheater County, was
beiug brought to tho city, but jumped
from the train soon after it left Branch?
ville and made his escapo.
II Ttl. ABKIVALS, April 2'J, 1872 - Xiv); er son
House-W li Morris, wife and two children
; Mr Colwell, wife and daughter, Philadelphia
U J Donaldson, Cheraw; J E Gregg, Mar'a
Bluff; li D Townsend, Socioty Hill; J G Mc
Call, Darlington; W T Birdeall, Brooklyn; F
Arnim, Hamburg; F P Beard, Oraugoburg
VV Johnston, J II Hoskins, N C: B F Neweome
und wife, Baltimore; I' C Mani? y, Rochester;
t- M ar mi and. Miss Tompkins, N Y;Mra Hutch?
inson; J W Harrieon, Anderdon.
Columbia Hotel-Q B Trnmbo, Md; J R
Hamilton, England; J H Averill, Misa Lemon,
Charleston; T \V Colter, USA; HD Gilhert
and bon. N C; J T Scibcla, W R Stork, J T
Greer, Columbia; W U Evaua.Ga; R D Bacot,
N Y; VV A Lunherr, Ga; N A Hunt, ?Ira N A
limit, Charleston; R Steward, W T Talefarro,
A II Foster, N Y; J D Gardiner, W, O & AR R;
F D Uat?eld, N Y; G PCotchett, SEC; John
Philippa, Cbarleaton; W J De'J roville, T H
Cooke, Orangeburg; J R Harley, Ga; J N
Brown, Mrs J N Brown, Audoraon; T F Grene
ker and eona, Newberry.
A FEW first class PHELAN
BILLIARD TABLES; cheap.
April 300_ WM. GORMAN.
TWENTY SHARES Columbia Building and
Loan Association Stock for sale low. Ap
ph- te A. G. BRENIZER,
April 30 2 At Central National Bank
Fodder and Hay at Cost.
I -t s? /\ BALKS of strietlv primo MEADOW
! JLOW HAY and FODDER jaat received,
i and wo hoing in need of atoro-reom, offer it at
! c.>at, tor a few daja, for cash.
! Apii):lO 1_ D. C. PK1XOTTO A SON.
! Richland Lodgo No. 39, A.F. M.
A AN extra Communication of thia
' t^ftr Lodge ?ill ho held in Masonic Hall,
:/V\ nils (-Tuesday) EVENING, ut s
o'clock. I he M. M. Degree will be conferred.
! liv order ??t thu VV. il.
"April ;.>.> I G. A. DARLING. Secretary.
North Carolina Hay.
I fr ?T HALLS good N. C. HAY, for (-ale low,
i i O by E. HOPE.
j The Doctors Recommend tseegers Beer
f"N proferoncoto London Porterand Scotch
i L Alo. Why? They kuow lt ie unadulterated
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, the Cth of May next,
io front of the Court Houee, in this city, at
10 o'clock, we will sell, without reserve,
That LOT, with COTTAGE thereon, situ?
ated on Gervais Btroet, measuring and front?
ing thereon CO feet, and running back 106
feet, moro or Iocs. Bounded North by Ger
vaiH street; South by-; East and West by
R. Joyner. On the premises ie a fine Weil
of Wator and necessary ont-buildings.
Terme cash. Purchasers to pay ns fer pa?
pero and ?tampa._April 30
Valuable Heal Estate.
BY SEIBELS & EZELL,
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS
ON tbc FIRST MONDAY in May next, in
front of the Court House, we will sell, to the
highest bidder, the following valuable
LOT on tho Weat aide of Main atreet, be?
tween BlandiDg and Lanrel streets, fronting
?n Main street fifty-two feet and running
throngh the block to Aeaembly, with a like
Iront thereon. Will be divided to suit. Offers
will bo received for private sale previoua to
HOUBO and Lot South-west corner of Rich?
ardson and Bloaaom streets. The lot fronts
on Richardaon 133 feet and Bloaaom G9 feet.
Lot, three-fourthe of an acre, with the un?
finished Building tbereon, located on the
North-east corner of Assembly and Laurel
The Firm of Bryan & MoCarter
WAS dissolved on the 9th of March, 1872,
by the death of J. J. MoCarter, the
buaineea being continued by B. L. Bryan,
surviving partner, who conducta it aa a first
class Book and Stationery Establishment.
All persona indebted either to the late firm
orto J. J. McCarter, deceased, will pay the
Bubecriber. B. L. BRYAN,
Surviving Partner of Bryan & McCarter, and
Exocutor of J. I. McCarter, deceased.
April 30_ 0
Dr. Tntt'? Liver Pills, aa a purgativo
medicine, atandB unrivalled. Their action ia
uniform, cortain and aafe. They aro entirely
vegetable, and do not cause those griping
paine that moat pilla do.
AUGUSTA, November 9,18G9.
Er. Urn. H. Tu?-DEAR 8IB: I have long
been a Bufferer of torpor of the liver and dys?
pepsia, and in search of relief I have tried
almost every medicine recommended for
those diaeaeoa, bnt have never derived half
the benefit from any of them aa I have from
your Vegetable Liver PUIB. They are invalu?
able, and I would recommend them to all with
iyspepeia, sick headache or biliousness,
loura truly, W- J. BLAIR,
April 30 :3V i Late of Danville, Va.
?Dr. XuWs nair Dye, the Best in the World.
"DOUBLE EAGLE" and "HU BSC RI BER"
are the boat SMOKING TOBACCOE8; there?
fore, regardless of Wbat an v one
For these, and bo satisfied with nono ot .er.
k large atock of "GOLDEN BUG," "JAB
SERA," aud other favorite branda, have jost
tiecn received at the "INDIAN GIRL."
FOI HAY-B&Y 1
ELEGANT DANCING SHOES
For Children, Misses
and Young Ladies.
Also, for Youths, Boys
and Young Gentlemen.
Together with a com?
plete assortment of
Walking Shoes, of
every description. All
of which we warrant.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
R, C. SUIVEC. DAVID JONES. J. H. DAVIB.
April 30 _._
Slippers'. Slippers!! Slippers!'.!
JUST received a lot of Ladiee',
Missen' and Children's Black,
?Bronze and Colored SLIPPEB8.
Misses' and Children's Bronze and Colored
DOO?S. At M. EHRLICH A SONS.
April 28 _2_
BOOTS, SHOES AND DATS.
. -<T LADIES' and Misses' Lace,
WV Congroas and Button BOOTS.
2^ Toilet and Dress SLIPPERS.
W QBj^k Children's and Infants' Shoes,
in great variety.
Gentlemen's, Boya' and Yootha' BOOTS,
SHOES and GAITERS.
Gentlemen's, Boya and Chil?
dren's Straw, Linen, Wool, Plush,
Fur and Boaver HATS, of tho
latest stvlea. J. MEIGHAN.
_ April 28_ 12
Groceries, Wines and Liquors.
A FULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FAMILY
J\. GROCERIES, in all their varieties. Beat
brands Champagnes, Wines, Liquors. 4c.,
suitable tor Christinas, on hand and for aalo
low.by JOHN AGNEW & SON.
I i \ TIERCES Davis' Diamond HAMS, for
IA/ siile at reduced prices, by
April 21 GEO. 6YMMEBS.
N. C. Seed Corn.
HAS boen selected with care for thirty
vea rs. A few bushels for salo by
March j? L?RICK St LOWRANCE.
KRA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN,
Ot)v ' for salo low for caah, at
April 23 i CANTWELL'S, Main atroct.