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LONDON, April 30.-The 7?me?, thia
morning, in aa editorial apoo tho pre?
sent phase of the Alabama claims quea-?
Moo, coogratnlates the United States
Government for proposing that tho lia?
bility of neutrals shall never extend be?
yond the direct consequences of breaches
of neutrality; thus, says the Times,
paving the -way for a satisfactory settle?
ment of the differences now existing be?
tween England und America,.
PARIS, April 30.-Geston, convioted
of participation in the murder of the
hostages, was shot to-day.
MADRID, April 30.-Marshal Serraoo
bas issued a congratulatory proclamation
to the troops uoder his command. He
states that the loyal people of provinces
infested by insurgents, in their zeal to
uphold the Government, have taken np
nrma against the insurrectionists. The
Marshal also announces to his troops
that nearly all the Oarlist bands in Arra
gon have been dispersed or defeated by
the loyal forces.
LIVSBFOOII, April 30.-The strike con?
tinues increasing. Idle oartmen are pa?
rading the streets. The strike atlee ted
WASHINGTON, April 30.-By courtesy
of the telegraph company, the early re?
port will close at half-past 10 and the late
report at half-past ll, during tho Con?
vention, and later, if news is expected.
ALUANY, April 30.-Gov. Hoffman
vetoed the New York city charter.
MATAVORAS, April 30.-Skirmishing is
in progress around the city. Wounded
men are being brought in. The black
nag ?oats over the fortifications. 'Gen.
Oovullos, now commanding here, is the
mau who took young and old men from
'their homes in Merida, Yucatan, in 1869,
and shot them, without trial.
TALLAHASSEE, April 30.-The Supreme
Court, to-day, deoided the Governor's
impeachment still pending, and that the
Lieutenant-Governor legally holds the
office, as aoting Governor.
BROWN8VUITJB, TEXAS, April 30.-Tho
city io overflowing with women and
childreu from Matamoros sod'the revo?
lutionary sympathizers expelled by Co
val los. Gea. McCook han picketed the
river to preserve neutrality. The citi?
zens have organized themselves into
extra police, anticipating aa influx of
CINCINNATI, April 30. -The convention
will be temporarily organized on Wednes?
day noon, sad immediately adjourn,
when State organizations will bo formed
at th?ir respective headquarters. Each
State will be entitled to four delegates at
large and two for ouch Congressional
District. States aot fully represeated
will be allowed to cast a foll vote by
"thoso preseot. The tariff programme
appears to be to allow the people to
speak through the members of Ooagress
to be elected. Jacob D. Cox is a proba?
ble compromise candidate as between
Davis and Adams. The streets are
orowded and flags are flying, especially
in the German quarters.
CINCINNATI, April 80-Evening.
There have been vast arrivals here. The
city is full, and the interest ia increasing.
Judge Stanley Matthews, of Virginia,
will be temporary chairman. Nothing
further ia settled. D.ivia stock is Ad?
vancing, though the Illinois delegation
sa much divided; but at a meeting it was
agreed Davis should have half tho vote,
and the rest bo scattered between Trum?
bull and Palmer.
WASHINGTON, April 30--Eveniug.
There was a half hom's Cabinet. No?
thing important. The Secretaries of tho
Treasury sod the Interior und tho Attor?
ney-General were absent.
It may be regarded certain that conse?
quential damages will not be claimed be?
fore the Geneva arbitration.
Ia the Senate, the House amendments
to the Texas Pacific Railroad bill were
concurred in, and it goes to the Presi?
dent. The bill authorizing the Southern
? Claims Commission to report from time
to time, instead of on the opening of
eaoh session, met with considerable op?
position, nod weat over. A bill appoiot
ing a commission to proceed to the Mex?
ican border and inquire into d?pr?da?
tions, passed. Sawyer's bill extending
the time wherein agricultural colleges
may avail themselves of the benefits con?
ferred by tho Act of 1866 two years,
A vote to reconsider the vote by which
Morrill's amendment was defeated was
carried by 28 to 28, Colfax voting aye.'
.The amendment was adopted. Yeas
Ames, Anthony, Buckingham, Boreman,
Cameron, Carpenter, Chandler, |CuIe,
Corbett, Craigie, Ferry, Flannigan,
Frelingbuysen, Gilbert, Hamlin, of
Maine, Hamlin, of Vermont, Morton,
Patterson, Pratt, Ramsay. Scott, Sher?
man, Windham, Wright, and the Vice
Pr?sident. The deficiency bill was then
passed. The amendment adopted by
Colfax's casting vote restriots the Court
of Claims in certain respeoto already re?
ported. Free tea and coffee passed, to
take effect Joly 1, amended so vhat stock
in bonded warohouaes shall have the
duty refunded, It goes to the House for
In the House, a bill reported by the
.Committee on Agriculture for planting
forest trees was defeated by 81 to 83.
The tariff discussion was resumed.
Force's bill makes the refusal of privi?
leges to schools, hotels, cars, steamboats,
stages, churches, cemeteries, theatres or
concerts, on account of oolor, or any one 1
advising the same, a misdemeanor, '
punishable by a fine of $1,000 and im?
prisonment for one year, and gives the
person refused an action on the oase for
Bl,000. It gives jurisdiction to the
United States Courts, and makes the no
fjleot of daly by officers of the courte a
ike misdemeanor. It repeals the word
white in tho laws, and makes the exclu?
es sion of colorad jurors & misdemeanor,
? pnniabable by a lino of $5,1)00.
m Probabilities-The lowest barometer
? will continue moving Eastwardly from
H Lake Superior into Canada. Brisk and
probably high Westerly winda will pre
vail over the upper lake region, and ex?
tend to tho lower lake region, during to?
night and on Wednesday morning.
Cloudy nod threatening weather, with
rain, will probably extend over the
Southern and Middle State? during to?
night, and over New Eugluud on
Wednesday. Biding barometer, North?
westerly winds aud clearing weuther
will prevail over the North-west and ex
tsnd over the upper lako region and to
the Ohio valley.
SALT LAKE, April 30.-Forty-flvo pri?
soners, including twenty-four arrested
f >r murder, are about being releiKtd
under a deoision of the Supremo Court.
Financial ur,. Commercial.
LONDON, April 30-Noon.-Consols
93.%. Bonds 90)?.
PARIS, April 30.- Rentes 54f 57o.
LivKurooL, April 30-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed firm-uplands ll; Orleans
11??@11*?; Bombay shipments since
last report to 29th instant, 51.000 bales;
sales 10,000; speculation and export
NEW YORK, April 30-Noon.-Flour
quiet and steady. Wheat quiet and un?
changed. Coru dull aud unchanged.
Pork dull-new messl3.85@13 95. Lard
steady-steam 9jJ?@9H?. Cotton quiet
and steady-uplands 23%; Orleans 24J?;
sales 155 bales. Freights steady. Stocks
heovy and weak. Qold heavy, at 12%.
Money easy, at 6. Exchange-long
9%; short 10J?. Government* dull.
7 P. M -Cotton dull; sales260bales
uplands 23%; Orleans 24J?. Flour iu
activer. Whiskey 00>?(a)91. Wheat
l@2c. lower. Corn lo. lower- Southern
yellow 74}?. Bice firm, at 8%@9j?.
Jfork lower, but activer, at 13 65(a)13.70.
Lard quiet. Freights steady. Sties of
futures to-day 7,900 bales, ns follows:
May 23 3-16, 23.%; Juno 23 11-16, 237?;
July 24; August 24; September 22J4,
22??; October 20 20j?. Money 6<$7.
Sterling quiet. Gold 12;??@12J?. Go?
vernments Jjj@'4?- lower. .States dull.
BALTIMORE, April 30.-Cotton firm
middling 23%@23%; receipts 224 bales;
sales 148; stock 11,450.
CINCINNATI, April 30.-Markets firm
and little doing.
LOUISVILLE, April 30.-Pork easier, at
13 00@13 25 f..r round lots. Bacon ac?
tive-shoulders 5)?; clear sides 7%,
packed. Whiskey 84.
CHARLESTON, April 30.-Receipts of
cotton 442 bales; Bales 200; stock 14,507.
AUGUSTA, April 30.-Cotton quiet
middling 22@22)?; receipts 75 bales;
NEW ORLEANS, April 30.-Cotton in
moderate demand aud firm-middling
23)6; receipts 1,780 bales; sales 1,200;
There is nothing so effecting in a child
as a certain sweet iuboru spirit of self
abnegatiou. Sammy wus a little boy, ut
school in a village far from his home.
One day bis father came to seo bim, and
they took a walk together. Meetiug the
principal of the Behool, Sammy per?
formed tho ceremony of introduction.
"Mr. H.," said he, "this is a father of
The police in Japan are very vigilant.
If you havo aujthing ttoleu, they run
aftor the thief and bring bim back for
identification. If tho stolen property is
found on bim. they chop off his head on
your door-step. By paying a sum equal
to about eleven cents of our money, you ?
can do your own killing und keop the
At Mount Washington, Ky., William
Pratt's dog killed Wm. Wigginton's hog.
A consequent law suit ended to the dis?
satisfaction of both last week. On their
way homo from court, both carrying
shot-guns, they quarreled. Wiggiutou
fired first and killed Pratt iustautly.
A youthful novice in smoking turned
deadly pule and throw his cigar away.
"Oh, dear," he said, "there's sorae'iu'
in that cigar that's makin' me sick." "I
know what it is," said his companion,
pulling away." "What?" "robackor."
Mary had a little lamb, with hair as
fine aa silk; the longer Mary lived, the
more she found that lamb n bilk. For
all the hair was only flax, on that deceit?
ful brute; but Mary hadn't much to say,
for hers was only jute.
Indianapolis girls, when at the opera
occupy balcony seats, and playfully hang
their feet over the railing. A man in
the parquet reoontly bad the top of his
head crushed in by one of tho young
ladies dropping her shoes on him.
A dentist .announces that he puts in a
"suite" of teeth at suoh a price. A per?
son who is fond of candy, is said to have
a sweet tooth, bat to have an entire
suite of teeth must indeed be "a thing
of beauty and a jaw forever." .
A Republican paper, alluding to the
numerous investigations into Radical of?
ficiai corruption, saya the trouble is that
"Rats are tryiDg rats, and the cats are
counted out. It's a nice thing for the
Hartranft, the Radioal oandidate for
Governor of Pennsylvania, occupies, as
the Philadelphia Press (Radical) says,
the "unenviable position" of having
been the chief hangman in the execution
of Mrs. Surratt.
"Mamma," said a precocious little boy
who, against his will, was made to rook
the cradle of his baby brother, "if the
Lord has any more babies to give away,
don't yon take 'em."
A German, lately married, says: "Jd
vas y oust so easy as a needle cood valk
ont mit a camel's eye as to get der be
hindt vordt mit a vooman,"
Mamma-"Now take your medioine
like a good girl, and when yon get well
I'll buy yo? anice dolly." Sick ohild
"Please, ma, have it a Dolly Var den."
Smiggles, who is, perhaps, too criti?
cal, says there aro a good many modern
preachers who would burn quite as well
as the old martyrs-they are so dry.
Lobsters will be very scarce this year
--''probably because the long winter has
killed the vines," suggests Mr. Greeley.
DOWN AMONO TUB DEAD.-The New
York World, ot the 21st, Wents of a sub?
ject, editorially, which is interesting to
all men and everywhere. The World
says: "How to dispose of tho dondis n
question concerning which sanitarians
and sentimentalists are at swords' points,
and as pop?latiun increasingly aggre?
gates at certain centres, the discussion
between the conflicting parties acquires
additional importance. The village
church-yard, distant from the habita?
tions of the living, with its dozen or so
of flower-bearing graves, isa very differ?
ent thing from the city cemetery, with
its hundrod masoned vaults, in each of
which are shelved the coffins of two or
three generations, and medical authori?
ties are unanimous in insisting that tho
latter, at all eveuts, if not the former,
must be suppressed. But how? 'We
must have cousecrated ground for Chris?
tian burial,' says tho churchman. 'We
must show our reverence for the depart?
ed,' adds the striot follower of the flfth
commandment. 'Every family of any
respectability must have its family vault,'
chimes in the patrician. 'But you
musn't put u number of dead bodies to?
gether to poison au entire neighbor?
hood,' retorts the sanitarian. 'Senti?
ment'-begins u blooming widow. 'Sul?
phuretted hydrogen gas,' interrupts the
"It c innot be denied that our present
method of interment is not only detri
meutal to health but wasteful, inasmncli
as it preveuts the useful completion ol
nature's circle wherein decomposing or
ganio matter is utilized for the fertiliza
lion of tho soil und tho maintenance o
uew life. Tho system of incremation
a return to which is advocated by Prof
Hammond-would be almost as wasteful
because, although uo particle of matte
is really destroyed, aud tho vuporizet
products of combustion would ultimate);
euler into uow organic combiuutious, ye
a large number of persons would proba
bly iusist upou carrying out the aucieu
custom in all its details and preaerviuj
their deceased relatives' ashes (whtol
would contain important salts) io oma
montai urus, thus defrauding (be vegfl
table kingdom of its rightful due.
"A plan satisfying all the conditions o
the problem has been once before aug
gested iu these columns, consisting 1
tho simple expedient of abolishm
coffins, und declaring that all interment
should be made in arable soil-fixing b
law, of course, thu maximum numb r G
funerals to be allowed to nu acre. I
this way emu's ordained return to dut
would bu assured, nud in luxuriant orop
the 'resurreetiou of the body' would h
literally verified. Tho disinfecting prc
perties of earth, which now are resiste
by the interposition of coffins, wool
theo suffice to protect tho public heultl
Then, too, sentiment us well as a sens
of the oternal fitness of things, migl
be consulted iu the selection of upprt
priate garden-beds to comm?morai
special traits of character. Husbuu
and wife might repose together beueat
the roots of a prickly pear-apt type <
their earthly union; the pastor's se moo?
nlight be recalled to the memory of h
flock by a stately growth of tho BOD
ni fe rons poppy; the lawyer migl
posthumously flourish in the borberr;
while his olient might be typified i
rugged robin; the boarding hom
keeper's dryad would [iud a continu
abode in 'ash; and so on through
wido botanical range of similitudes. (
special modifications of vegetation mig'
bo induced by experimental hortict
turists familiar with tho mould of bunn
nature and of garden, not surprising tl
liquor deulers of the West fear for tilt
profits while the novelty of the new 1;
? newly mads widow at Oshkosh,
the funeral, stepped up and kissed li
dead husband's brow as ha? laid in I
coffin, und then was disgusted beyo
measure to BOP several other werne
whom she did not kuow, step furwu
and do the nu no thing. With tho :
mai k, "I thought he was my busbar,
but he wasn't," t?he rose and left t
Ia the electoral college of 357 vo
this year, the former* slave holdi
States will have 134 votes, the Westi
States 102. the NewEugland and Mid
States 109, and the Pacific States
votes. Therefore, according to g
graphical apportioameat, tho South
still the leading political power iu
A Detroiter has invented a mach
which trims w?ll paper, holds it
against the wall, puts on the paste i
cuts off and smooths dowu the stri
and does the work nicer and faster tl
A Georgia paper advises its subsc
ers that "payments can be made in I
ter, eggs, ??r?, potatoes, ragged ga
backs or tobacco stamps-if nicely ta
from the boxes."
A ten year old Keokuk boy used
mother's new "Dolly Varden" dreo
color Easter eggs with. In return
indignant p?'r?iit colored her Boa's ?
into variegated hues with her slipper
The famous Mer du Glace on the s
mit of Mout Blanc is diminishing
size. Tts height has been reduced
feet ia the last twenty years.
The two oity tickets at Mackit
Mioh., are respectively known as
"Good Templar" and "Good Tipp]
Sunday eveaing is the fashionable
caption evening in Baltimore,
Wednesday in Philadelphia and Bos
The bodies of James McCarthy
Richard Prince, drowned in As
Rivereast week, have been recovere
Three Texas gentlemen have mad?
rangements for inolosing 114,000 n
of laqd in one body for pasturage.
Aoow in Dover, Tonn., excites
envy of all her bovine companions in
time. She has two tails.
Douglas Jerrold said: "Eve ate
apple that she might indulge in drei
DOLLY VAI?DENS.-If our readers have
ever seen a flock of sheep follow their
leader, running when ho TUBB, walking
when he walk?, and even loaning over a
straw, should he happen to have in?
dulged iu that sill; proceeding, they
cannot fuil to compare them with the
blind followers of fashion. No heed
what ridiculous peculiarities fashion in?
dulges in, the stupid sheep follow her
lead with tho most unquestioning fuith
in lier. If it be a hat that does not covi r
the bead, an abominable chiguon that
imposes ou nobody, a bunch of curls
that makes no pretence to be either we i
placed or well matched, una, in fact, is
innooent of deceptiou of any nature; or
a puffiing ont of the skirts that robs the
figaro of all grace uuder the title of a
Grecian bend, it bas only to bear the
sign-manual of fashion to become the
vogue. The last vagary of this kind is
the Dolly Varden, a very pretty affair
when seen iu pictures of a hundred yeats
ago, and which was, no doubt, a charm?
ing addition to the costumes of the So?
phia Westons, the Lady Betty Modishes
und the Clarissa fiar lo wes of old; but os
much out ot place ou the backs of tho
ladies of our day us tho square-cut coat!
and sword of the time cf George II
would be iu connection with the black
pantaloons aud shirt collars of the pre?
sent time. But loaring all anachronism
out of the question, we must protest
against the general use into which it is
coming, regardless of propriety. Elderly
spinsters, servant girls uud chamber?
maids have become inoculated with the
mania, and buve made a raid upon old
chintz hangings and bed quilts, in order
to transform them into Dolly Vardeus.
Tho way was paved for it by the return
to the hideous high-heeled shoes of a
century ago, aud wo muy not have loug
to wait before wo seo our wives and
daughters add the quilted satin petticoat
and the powdered wig to their costumes,
and tho black patches known as beauty
spots to their faces. Why should this
retrograde movement in fushion be con?
fined tu the fair sex alone? Why should
not the sterner sex also have its privi?
leges in the way of fashionable eccentri?
city, and boldly divo into the ocean of
the past to come poding and puntiug to
tho surface, dripping with the gorgeous
inconsistencies ot' a by-gone age?
A THRILLING TABLEAU-A SunruiSE
PARTYQcrru SURPRISED.-Certain young
ladies und gentlemen in a Montgomery
County towu determined a fow days ugo
to get np a surprise party for the pur?
pose of visiting tho house of Mr. nud
Mrs. Gilpin. Everything was arranged.
Tho provisions wero nicely packed uwuy
in the carriages, the musicians were en?
gaged, and tho purty merrily drovo to
Gilpiu's resilience. It was agreed that
instead of ringing the bid, tho frontdoor
should bo quietly opened aud the party
should rush right into tho parlor, iu or?
der to make the surprise the greater. It
was dono. The company entered ou tip?
toe and stole quietly ulong the entry
until tho parlor door was reached. Then
it was "?pened, and tho whole crowd
rushed iu with a laugh. The merriment,
however, did not continue-not for any
considerable length of time, nt least; for
tho first tb1 g observed by tho visitors
waa a t'*' .u-Mrs. Gilpin sitting upon
th* ..ate form of Mr. Gilpin, with
_t uaud tangled among his hair, while
with the other hand she pounded him
with the coal-scuttle. Gilpin, mean?
while, expressed his sentiments in
groans, intermingled with certain em?
phatic and earnest adjectives und verb",
which were, perhaps, natural, but cer?
tainly improper. Tho party was more
of n surprise than tho company had an?
ticipated; aud when Mrs. Gilpin ob?
served the visitors, sb.- rose aud. tried to
explain that she was helping Mr. Gilpin
to tack down the carpet-un explanation
which left no room for any theory as to
tho method by ?..hieb Mr. Gilpiu's m?e
was induced to yield a copious stream of
gore, and permitted conjecture to run
wild as to why Mrs. Gilpin should bold
him down to tho carpet by his hair, aud
bit his head every timo, instead of tho
tack, with tho coal scuttle.
H io EL AND TUE SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL.
-Major-General Sigel bas addressed
the following letter to tho committee of
arrangements for tho great soldiers'
meeting to be held at Cooper Institute
on tho evening of May 3:
NEW YORK. April 16, 1872.
Colonel Edwin A. Perry, Stcretary
DEAR SIR: I have the honor to nek now
lego the receipt of 100 tickets to bo sold
for tho purposo of erecting monuments
to Major-General George H. Thomas
and 4,000 soldiers who fell in the defence
of the Uuion. In returu I send you
8100, with a list of contributors who
have joined in tho noble work. Allow
mo to say that I hope to seo these mon?
uments to stand out not only in honor
of tho heroic deeds of our soldeirs aud
the eminent public services und tho spot?
less private character of*, brave com?
mander, but also us a sign of national
calamity-as a solemn pledge that tho
hatred of tho past shall be buried, and
the future show only one American peo?
ple, equal in their rights, great in their
patriotism and honest in their purposes,
I ?rn, Colonel, very respectfully yours,
An Atlanta lady recently playfully tied
her husband's hands and feet together,
aud while he was thinking it was u
cipital joke, she picked his pockets of a
certain billet-doux. Since the occur?
rence, the gentleman's friends avoid
him, under tho impression that be has
"Which of the Fejee Islands are you
from?" asked a visitor of one of Bar?
num's cannibals the other day. "Tip?
perary, bedad," was the reply of the
An octogenarian Iowan having deeded
all his property to his dearly beloved
wife, to whom he had been married
twenty-two years, the lady showed ber
gratitude by immediately eloping with
EXTRAORDINARY TROTTING-THB FAST
BIT COLT IN THE WORLD.-Mr. Bonni rJ
drovo bis celebrated colt Startle jester-'
day niter noon, on Fleetwood Park, a
quarter of a mile ia thirty-three se?
conds to his road wagon, in the pres?
ence of a large number of gentlemen.
The colt wus timed by Messrs. Daniel
Pfife^', John Lovett and several others.
No horse of any i ge has over trotted,
when hitched to a road wagon, a quarti r j
milo as fust as this, except Dexter, and '
be made it in exactly tho same time. A
few days ago Startle trotted a half mile
to a road wagon at the same park, ou a
heavy track, iu 1.09%. Such veteran
horsemen us Pellman, Pilfer, Saunders,
Boden and Lovett pronounce Startle I
the most extraordinary trotter that has'
ever been known. Mr. Bonner paid
$20,000 for him a little over a year ago,
but Mr. Alley, from whom he bought!
him, bas since then offered $35,000 to
get him back again.
SPAIN AOAIN.-The young King Ama?
deus is leading a hard life of it, aud his
path is not by any means strewn with
roses. Ku volutions aro cropping out so
fust, ia the various parts of tho country,
that it is almost as confusing to keep the
run of, nod properly to chronicle them,
us it is to do the same for Mexico. The
experimental adoption of Amadeus bids
fair to turn out ou the European conti?
nent very much the same as did asimilar
adventure on the Americun continent in
the person of Maximilian. The market
is overstocked with kings and emperors,
and the ruling price is very cheap,
as to quoted rates, but yet deur at any
Tho grand jury huve found true bills
of indictment fur conspiracy and mur?
der against John T. Craig, Henry Suber,
Rush R. Blakeley. Samuel West, Robert I
Williams, James J. Adar, J. Compton,
Simeon Pearson, Elihu Young, John A.
Fritz, Osborne Bishop, George H. Da- |
vidson. Munroe Beaufort, Charles E.
Franklin, Porter Ferguson, Beuj. Bon?
ner, Richard LoMaster, William Ward,
Henry Worthy, William Smith and Har?
vey Mayberry.-Charleston Nevos.
Tho outlaws have again taken to the i
war path. Wo learn that Stephen Low
reyiiud Andrew Strong robbed the resi?
dence of Mr. Henry McCollum, of Red
lian ks, un Tuesday last, of a tino double
barreled gun. Lowrey we ni to* the
house alone, Strong being near at hand,
aud while Mr. McCollum was at work in
the Held. He took from the house a
gnu nod a gold watch, but returned the
lutter to Mrs. McCollum on her pleading
for it.- Wilmington Journal.
A Kansas City mother cowhided a
fellow ia that city the other day, who
hud attempted to outrage tho person of j
her daughter, a child of twelve years.
The fellow drew a knife, but the daunt?
less woman still laid on, until 100 lashes '
had been administered, aud then let him
Tho latest diversion for good little
children nt L ibanon, Tennessee, is wit
nesting the marriage of their groat
graud-pareuts. At a recent ceremony of
that sort, both families were represented
to the third generation.
The twin curses of Chicago are land?
lords and milkmen. Tho former are I
driviug the renting population out of
towu; tho latter an; driving thc resident
population to ahalk, ammonia, consump?
tion and the gruve.
Mrs. Emery, of Indiana, warns all '
women against her tickle, faithless hus?
band who hus deserted ber. She says
he may be recognized by u broken nose,
which she demolished with a skillet.
The Boston Post thinks that Mr. Ten
nysou, if ho comes to America, should
visit South Orolina to see how his "f??
d?ration of tho world" is getting along.
The death of Major William H. Wilt
b erg er, of the Pula.-ki House, Savannah,
At tho residence of the bride's lather, Jack
banvillo County, Ala., on Tuesday evening,
23d April, 1872, by the Hov. Dr. Hcndorsou,
nos h A J. DEAN, Jr., of Spartanburg, S. C.,
and Miss MILLIK MOSELLE, chieetdaughter
or Col. Samuel W. Crook
Richland Lodge No. S9, A.F. M.
A H KOULAK Communication of thia |
'T.odgo will be held in Masonic Hall,
4rilli, (Wednesday) EVENING, at 8
?'cioek. Bv order nf the W. M.
May ll" ii. A. DARLING, Heorotary.
Citizens' Savings Bank of 8. C.
ALL SAVINGS DEPOSITS raado in this
Banu on or bofore the 5th day of eaoh
can nd ar month will bear internat- for that
month as it deposited on tho 1st instant.
J. O. B. SMITH,
May ^5_Assistant Cashier.
O. F. JACKSON'S.
1W1LL offer this week GREAT BARGAINS
in LINEN GO LL A UH and GUFFS. Also,
SASH UIB?ONS and NECK-TIES.
May 1_O. F. JACK80N.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Apnlv at
Janis OITIZKNH* RAVINGS BANK.
SMOKED BEE! , Fulton Market Beef.
Macon Strips and Pi* llama, j nat received
aud for salo low for cash at
April 19 t CANTWELL'B, Main atraet.
The Firm of Bryan & MoCarter
WAS dissolved on the 0th of March, 1872,
by the death of J. J. MoCarter, the
business being continued by R. L. Bryan,
surviving partner, who conducta il aa a first
class Book and Stationery Establishment.
All persons indebted either to tba late firm
or tu J. J. MoCarter, deceased, will pay the
subscriber. R. L. BK?AN,
Surviving Partner of Bryan A McCarter, and
Executor of J. J. MoCarter, deceased.
April 30 6
Axiotlon Sale f?.
Land for Bale.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY next, May 6, ?re will Bell, ia
front of the Court Munno, at Columbia, at
10} o'clock in tho forenoon.
All that LOT OP LAND, bounded North by
a small street; East by land of Wm. Rabb;
South by lot ot JamcB Beard; fronting fifty
two fd ut on small streut above mentioned,
and ranning buck half tho length of tquare.
There is a email honse on said lot. Terms
Half cash; balanco in ono year, secured by
bond and mortgagoof premises Bold. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps. Pur?
chaser will be expected to pay the eaah por?
tion at limo of bid, or tho lot will bo immedi?
ately roaold._Ma? 1
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, the 6th of May next,
in front of tho Oourt House, in this city, at
10 o'clock, we will null, without reserve,
That LOT, with COTTAGE thereon, situ?
ated on Gervaie street, measuring and front?
ing thereon 60 feet, and running back 106
feet, more or lees. Bounded North by Ger?
vais street; South by-; East and Weet by
R. Joyner. On tho premises is a fine Wed
! of Water and neceaaary out-buildings.
Terme oaah. Purcbaaera to pay ua for pa?
pers and stamps. April SO
Valuable Beal Esto te.
BY SEIBELS & EZELL,
REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS.
ON tho FIRST MONDAY in May next, in
front of the Court Honse, wo will eoli, to tho
highest bidder, the foUowiog valuablo
Itu AL ESTATE:
LOT on tho Wost aide of Main street, be?
tween Blanding and Laurel streets, fronting
on Main street fifty two feet and running
through the block to Assembly, with a like
iront thereon. Will be divided to snit. Offers
will be received for private Bale previous to
I Houao and Lot .South-west corner of Rich?
ardson and Bloasom etrcets. The let fronts
on Richardson 133 feet and Blossom 69 feet.
Lot, throe-fourths of au acre, with the un?
finished Building thereon,'located on the
North-east corner of ABBembly and Laurel
I Btreets._ April 28
Valuable Property in Fickens County
for 8ale. * J
IN pursuance ol a decretal order of tho Cir?
cuit Court for Pickena County, I will eell
to tho higbeat bidder, for oaah, on sale-day
in May, at Pickena Court H ouse.
That desirable Real Eatato known aa the
"CRUIKSHANK TAN-YARD," situated on
Brushy Creek, waters of Saluda, near the
Air Line Railroad, and about eleven miles
from Greenville and ten miles from New
Pickena. The tract contains 717 aeres, of
which aome 450 acres'are splendid virgin fo?
rest. Of the remainder, about 200 acres have
been cleared aince the war and are in a high
ututo of cultivation. OD the premires ia on?
of tho best Tan-yards in the-.State, and in
A comfortable DWELLING and all neces?
sary out buildings, in good repair.
This is a rare opportunity for purchasing
good Real Estate, ia a County as distin?
guished for the good order of ita society ss
tor the Bslubrity of its climate sud the purity
of its wster.
On the above premises, on th6 Wednesday
following, s lsrge lot of FARM STOCK, con?
sisting of Hornea, Cowa, Oxen snd Hogs, sn#
Plantation Tools, Cotton Gin snd Screw,
Sugar Mill, Mo Wright's Mill snd s Copper
?oiler; s lot of Lime, Tan-bark, Tannera'
Tools, Ac, Ao.
The above is sold as the property of Gillam,
and Aiken tor the payment of the dehts.
March 31 Sheriff of Pickena County.
aa- Greenville Enterprise snd Piokens Sen?
tinel copy until day of Male._
THE WORLD'S PEACE JUBILEE
CHORUS BOOK !
18 tho book to be uaed st the coming Grest
Festival. It is now in the hsnda of tba
2(i lino fingers who are to compose the choir.
' The muslo was oarefully aeleoted by th's
Music Committee, sod the book will be s
popular snd useful book for nae in all MUSI?
CAL HOOIETIES?, and should be in the hands
of all in tho audience at tho Coliseum, lt is
the very best kind of Libretto.
175 Octsvo Pageal Prioe, 75 cents.
Exquisite 8ong sud Chorus,
TUE BEAUTIFUL DAY-} THAT ABE PA8T.
THE HOUR OF SINGING.
By L. O. EMERSON sod W. 8. TILDEN.
Has boon adopted promptly, on examina?
tion by a large number of teachers of
For wUif h it i happy arrangement of Theory,
Exercises, and 1, 2,"3 and 4. part Bongs, admi?
rable adapt it. Prioe, $1.00.
Capital Song for Young Singer*.
MAUDIE AND THE BLUE-BIRD.
Tho above Books and Songd sent, post-paid,
ou receipt nf retail price.
OLIVElt DITSON A CO.. Boston.
CHAS. II. DITSON A CO., New York.
> - For Sale.
mEBi?^???ffi, A FEW first claps PHELAN
Ij?^r-' ""1"'1" TABLE8; cheap.
TWENTY 8HARES Columbia Building and
Loan Association Stock for salo low. Ap?
ply to A. G. BRENIZEB,
April 80 2 At Central National Bsnk.
Notice to Capitalists-Sale of City of
Columbia Seven Per Gent. Bonds.
OFFICE CITY TREASURER,
. COLUMBIA, S. C., April 3.1672.
PURSUANT to authority delegsted by fol?
lowing rcRointinn. sdooted bv City Coun?
cil March 20,1872.1 will sell st public auction,
on WEDNESDAY, May 15. 1872, TWO HUN?
DRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND (tl?O.OSO)
DOLLARS city of Columbia teven per cou?,
twenty yesr bonds:
"Resolved, That the City Treasurer bo In?
Btruoted to sdvortiae for ssle before the Court
Houao, in the city of Columbia, on the 10th
day of Msy next, the bonds of the oity of Co?
lumbia authorized to be issued by the said
oity, under the Act of the General Aeoembly
jmt adjourned; that the advertisement bi
tiubliahed in one newspaper in the etty of Co?
ombia, one in the oily of Charleston, aid two
newspapers in tho city of Kew York, at least
thirty days before the dsy of sale; that the
bond?* to be auld be signed BO pmcrlbed by
the said Aot, on the day of saw, or ss soon
i hereafter ss pramioablo, and delivered to the
purchaser ss soon sa the pu rob sae money hue
been paid and the bonds registered; snd that
the proceeds of eale be applied strictly is
conformity with the said Aot, and in no othsi
Haid bonds will be of the denominations ci
$250, $?00 snd $1,000. The prooeeds of the
Bale to be need for tho erection of new City
Hall, new Markot jmd other publio Improve?
The right' is reserved to disnoae of a part of
the said bonds in lots or in whole, as the
Mayor sud Treasurer msy determine.
Any farther Informel ion dot ired can be ob?
tained by sddp'BBing WM. J. XTTEH,
City Treasurer. Coln rubia, 8. O.
sar Oharleaton Couritr, Kaw York Jovmsi
of Commerce. New Yoik Financial ChronicU
copy snd send bill to City Treasurer, Colom?