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BY JULIAN A. SELBY
Crime in New York.?Tho New
York Express has an admirable
condensation of the first annual
report of the Board of Police Jus?
tices, embracing the time between
November 12, 1873, and October
31, 1874; and from this record we
get a very excellent idea of the de?
tected crime that stalks gigantical?
ly abroad in the Northern metro
Bolis. Befor tho Police Courts of
Tew York city, during the time
above specified, 84,821 prisoners
were arraigned, of whom 60,213
were males and 24,608 females.
Of this host of criminals 35,565
were discharged, either on account
of polico blunders or failure of
parties aggrieved to prosecute.
Eliminating the element discharg?
ed, the startling truth is revealed,
that of the 49,257 held to answer,
16,845 were females, the larger
number of whom were arrested for
crimes against temperance and
decency. To tho fell spirit of in
tozioation must be attributed more
than half the causeB of sin and
punishment, the list of "drunk and
disorderly" being 27,208 males and
18,574 females. This statement
only includes those drunkards who
"violated public decency," and does
not embrace tho thousands who get
drunk and contrive to keep free
from a row and out of the gutter.
It is shown that 71 per cent, of
crime in New York city can bo di?
rectly traced to tho abuse of spirit?
The . great lpck-out in South
"Wales is now in the third month
of. its progress, and both sides aro
represented as firm as evor. The
English papers come freighted
with stories of distress in the min?
ing districts. Thousands are on
the verge of starvation, but are just
saved from it by the contributions
of trades unions oil over the King?
dom.; "When the bo fail there will
be a terrible state of things. The
London Illustrated News gives a
foretaste of what is to happen, in a
painful illustration of scenes about
a pawnbroker's shop in Merthyr.
A hundred men, women and chil?
dren are jostling each other in the
attempt to get into the shop and
pledge their effects. They carry
the family pots, kettles, washBtands,
feather beds, crockery, cooking
utensils and other articles of domes?
tic use, down to the humblest. And
still the men refuse all terms of
compromise. They have rejected
the offers of the clergy and all
overtures looking to arbitration,
?ome of the men, it is said, would
be happy to stop the quarrel, but
they fear punishment from the
more furious of their associates in
the union. The proprietors even
show more signs of firmness, and
it is believed they will carry their
point, which demands a reduction
from the rate of wages forced upon
them by former strikes.
Mr. Kosenthal, the celebrated
French chess-player, recently play?
ed at the Palais Royal, twenty-Beven
. gomes of chess at once with that
number of the best French and
foreign players. It stipulated that
Iktr. Kosenthal should have only
Oi.o minute for each move, passing
along the twenty-seven tables in
order. Of course, each of his an?
tagonists had time to study the
game while Mr. Rosenthal was
busy at the other twenty-six tables,
The contest lasted from 9 o'clock
at night till 2 o'clock in tho' morn?
ing. The result was marvellous.
Mr. Rosenthal won 23 < games,
three were drawn; and he lost one,
yfjncK^?^gsM?d by a Hungarian
player named Rakowoki, ? ? ? .
A, Deputy Marshal of Aaneville,
N. Cii while searching for illicit
distmorie? in Yancey C?tlnty, came
aorbsa one superintondedeby a wo
man, who stoutly resisted the df
?2_1-!_At- _ ?_j
uvw ui lOYjmg uu. kuo vuuunuauu
^property. She denounced the reve?
nue laws as oppressive and the tax
as *. fraud. The officer attempted
to reason tho matter with hey, by
stating that ths distilleries con
uumedwhat littlegz&z^rM raised
in tho countrp, and therby snatch?
ed the bread from the mouths of
starving women and children.
"Sir," exclaimed the she-boss of
the boiling cauldron, "brond may
be the staff of life, but whiskey is
life Itself." T^wo^ a stunner,
but her Jife*preseryer wag^destroy?
"Let our Just Censu
In Spain, rooniB are not wanned
by stoves or fire-places, as there are
not brains enougn in that country
to understand these contrivances.
They uso braziers' brass dishes
full of coals, and all the gas re?
mains in tho room. Alfonso's
room was warmed this way at Avi?
la, and His Majesty was partly
asphyxiated, but recovered.
"No, Joe, no," said a man of prin?
ciple and compassion, as with his
teeth chattering, he leaned against
the bar; "no hot Scotch for me, I
couldn't by; allow it while hundreds
of wretched people are freezing at
this moment. Give mo a whiskey
sour and plenty of ice. God pity
"Thou art so near and yet so
far," is what a young man, who at?
tended a hop a few nights ago,
mentally remarked to his bottle of
fire-water which lay concealed in a
bush. He was strolling up and
down the walk with a young lady,
at the time.
The papers tell of one Kathc
rine McCall, who lost her speech
forty years ago and last week re?
covered it. And now won't there
be some talking in that house?
Just think of a woman being forty
years behind on talkl
Inducement for a Widow to Mar?
kt.?The will of Benjamin F.
Beekmau, of New York city, which
has just been probated, gives the
widow the interest on $10,000
while she is his widow and the en
tiro $10,000 if she marries again.
Hepworth Dixon talks about the
fascination of Niagara in impelling
women to suicide. A knowledge
of this fact would seem likely to
make Niagara popular with hus?
bands, not so much for wedding
trips as wedding anniversaries.
"How charmingly naive she is,"
said a young beau to a crusty old
gentleman. "Knave!" exclaimed
the latter, gazing through his
spectacles toward the coquettish
beauty indicated, "I should say
more of a fool."
At Zinnwaid, in Germany, a wi?
dow of 103 has just married a man
of sixty. One of the bride's chil?
dren, aged eighty, was present at
Since that young woman died in
Canada from the effects of sleeping
in corsots, tho girls can't determine
whether to abondon sleep or cor?
A Cleveland man puts waste pa?
per into his letters so as to make
them weigh all that will pass for
three cents. He does this for re?
venge on Uncle Sam.
Sambo will please bear in mind
that though he can now stop at the
hotel with the white folks, the law
in regard to chicken stealing re?
From nil recent accounts of life
in Florida, the abbreviation Fla.
would be more significant with the
insertion of the vowel E.
A Chicago paper reverently calls
its public servants "the city dad?
New Bedford has but one whaler
Valuable Heal Estate.
By H. & S. BEARD, Auctioneers.
I Caroline M. Preston vs. Emma R. Moseu
Foreolosnre of Mortgage for Pnrobase
PURSUANT to the powers of sale con?
tained in the mortgago of Erama R.
Moioa to Caroline M. Preuton, of date 14th
January, 1878, recorded in BegUler Musoo
Conveyance office of Riohlano Countv, S
0., iu book 11 of Mortgages, pages 320, 321
and 322,1 will sell.on tho first MONDAY in
April next, in front of the Court Honse,
Columbia, S. C, at 10 o'clock A. M, or as
soon thereafter as convenient, all that
square in the city of Columbia, containing
FOUR ACRES, more or less, with the
BUILDINGS thereon?bounded by Laurel,
Blanding, Henderson and flakes* streets.
TE3M3 dir Sale?Cash sufficient to pay
the amount due 10th February. 1875, on
mortgage aforesaid, to wit: So von thou
sand one hundred and twenty-eight ($7,128)
dollar*, and interest from 10th February,
1876; iniuranoe premiums oast due, to wit:
two hundred (1203) dollars, and all ox
penses of tho sale; the balance secured
Dy bond of the purchaser, and mortgage
of tho piemisea, payable, in annual
installments, the first of five thousand four
bundled ($0.400) dollar* on tho 10th Fob
raai-y? 1876; the aooond of like amount on
the 10th February, 1877, and the balanoe on
the 10th February< 1878, with intercut on
the whole oredit part at the rate of eight
per ?s?t. p?? annum, to on paid auuoaiiy
from the 10th February, 1875, upon the
principal sum until the same be fully paid;
and it not paid, tho interest to bear inte?
?est at the same rate until paid. The pre?
mise* to be Insured for full amount, tud ths
policy asoi?uod tome, Purohaoera over and
above bid to pay for paper* and all taxes,
olty and State; standing against the pro?
porty aforesaid. ' .
CAROLINE M. PRESTON.
For further Information, apply to JOHN
T. B H ETT, Attorney at Law, Law B&ugo,
Columbia, B.C. Ma 14 .
)LUMBIA, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, 187;
State South Carolina?Bichland Co.
By Ii. I. Buojne Judge of Probate JlicKland
Walter Brtoe and Martha E, hie wjff;
Banks Thompson and Sarah E., bin wife;
William llagsdalo and Mary E , hia wilt ;
John 8. Mo<iowan and Adcla, C, hia wire;
Augustus John Grove bnd Lou-din, his
wife; Wm. H. Qill ami Mrs. Wm, H. GUI, I
his wife; Ooorge W. Hill, Hoheit M. Sunn ?
ders, Viola Sauudore, Lawrence King and ?
Klin. M.t his ~if;s; John KlaoaiufcudK&rah ,
A., his w:fo; Moaus ^arvia and Lilly M.
his #rife; William H. Hardin und U< heccn.
Ilia wifo; Sutian A. Moore, Pant is L. I
Mooro, Ida Moore, Lydia Moore. Juhu M.
Mooro, Michael D. Wado. Marlin Phillip - !
and Rebecca, his wife: Mary Oage, Jane
Wade, Elizabeth F. Harrison. Surah It.
Hicklin, Wm. T. Thorn and Fannio P..
his wife; Mary L. Douglass, L. S. Dou?
glass and Thoa. J. U. Douglana?Qkekt
YOD are hereby lequired to appear at
the Court House in Columbia, for
Richland County, on the THIRTIETH da;
of Aprii, A. D. 1875, to shew cause, it any
ymt ean, why the real estate of Rebeooa
Mooro, deceased, eitnato in said County,
and described in the petition of Rosina
Wade, tiled in my omoe, should not bo di?
vided or sold, allotting to the said Koaina
Wado and the other devlaces and heirs of
devisees of the said Rebecca Moore, de?
ceased, enumerated in thia citation, their
respective shares, aecording to tbeir re
Oiven under my hand and seal, thia ninth
dny of February, in tho yoar of onr Lord
one I houeand eight hundred and sovonty
fivu. and in the ninety-ninth vear or Ame?
rican I idtfpoiidauc?. B. I. BOONE,
Mar.-h II m? Jndge of Probate.
PFhHON- having city taxes or licenses
t'in?v.ni.i Bave inouev bv purchas?
ing CITY COUPONS and CITY SCRIP of
D. GAM8KILL, Broker,
Msreh 8 107 Main street.
For Sale or Bent,
MA COMMODIOUS and handaomely
lluished COTTAGE HOUSE, North
west corner Penaloton and Absembly
etree-e: with fine Stablce, Kitchen. Gar.
den, etc., attached; Hot and Cold Water
and all othor conveniences. Pou- session
given April 1. Apply to
March G JOS. TAYLOR.
For Bent or Sale.
THE commodious HOUSE on the
corner of Assembly and Lady streotB
ia undergoing repairs, and will bo
rented or sold on reasonable terms In?
quire of R. BWAFFlEED.
_ Feb 21_ _
THIS thorough-bred STAL- |
LION will stand for the sea?
son, commencing March 15,
1875, at the Wheeler House
'Stablea, on Plain street. For
terms and pedigree, apply at the Stablea.
March 5 tlmo
LkW Opportunity to OHain i City Residence.
.. DIwTJOBl I lull
Of Valuable Improved and Unimproved
Together with Other Desirable Property, in
I City ef Columbia,
1. BRICK STORE?Lot 26x180 foet, on West side Main
street, between Blanding and Taylor, valued at.$7,500
2. BUILDING LOT, West side Richardson street, be?
tween Blanding and Laurol, 26x208 foet. 1,850
3. BUILDING LOT, adjoining Lot No. 2, 26x208 feet... 1,850
4. COTTAGE HOUSE, half rffcre lot, containing excellent
well of water,-with fine fruit garden; a delightful residence, on
Elrnwood avenue, between Gadsdcn and Wynn streets.1,800
5. BUILDING LOT, on North side of 'Gervais street, be?
tween Assembly and Gates, 69x208 feet. 1,700
6. TWO-STORY BRICK BUILDING, lot 74x92 feet, on
Gates street, near Pendleton, with every convenience. 1.600
7. CARRIAGE and PAIR EXTRA 1INE MATCHED
HORSES, Harness, Pole and Shafts, Blankets, &c, complete.
[One a promising four-year old, will trot his mile in neigh?
borhood of three minutes; both good drivers singly.]
8. BUILDING LOT, on East side of Assembly street, be?
tween Blanding and Laurel. 800
9. BUILDING LOT, on East side of Assembly street, be?
tween Laurel and Blanding. .
10. COTTAGE HOUSE and lot, corner Gates und Divine,
streets, 54x108 feet.
11. BUILDING LOT, on West side (Jutes street, between
Medium and Pendleton.
12. BUILDING LOT No. 1, half acre, corner of Hender?
son and Indigo streets.
13. BUILDING LOT No. 2, half acre, fronting on Indigo,
adjoining Lot No. 1. 200
14. BUILDING LOT No. 8, half aero, comer Pieken* and
15. BUILDING LOT No. 4, adjoining Lot No. 3, on Pick
ens street, half acre.
16. BUILDING LOT No. 5, half aero, comer Tobacco and
17. BUILDING LOT No. 6, half acre, on South side To?
bacco street, between Pickens and Henderson . 100
18. BUILDING LOT No. 7, quarter acre, on East sitle
Pickens street, between Tobacco and Indigo. 100 00
19. BUILDING LOT No. 8, quarter aero, adjoining No. 7. 100 00
20. BUILDING LOT No. 9, quarter acre, adjoining No. 8. 100 00
21. BUILDING LOT No. 10, quarter aero, adjoining No. 9 100 00
22. DOUBLE CASE GOLD LEVER WATCH. 125 00
23. Gentloman s Heavy GOLD CHAIN. 75 00
24. Paii- Ladv's GOLD BRACELETS. . 60 00
25. Lruly's DOUBLE CASE GOLD LEVER WATCH.... 50 00
26. Lady's SINGLE CASE WATCH. 40 00
27. Lady's GOLD CHAIN.. 40 00
28. DOUBLE CASE STEM WINDING WATCH. 35 00
29. DOUBLE CASE ENGLISH LEVER WATCH. 35 00
30. Lady's DRESSING CASE . 40 00
31. DOUBLE CASE WATCH. . 20 00
Total value of property.$21,820 00
Xiekeis $B-?-Rmmabe.c to fe? Issued 4,S84.
4?t7?The Holder of each Ticket will bo entitled to freo admission to
I the Musical Entertainment at the Opera House on tho Evening of the
Distribution of the Awards. A@rTitlcB to tho Property are perfect.
The Distribution will be under tho supervision and direction of a
Committee appointed by the Ticket-Holders. The money received for
Tickets will be immediately deposited in the Union Savings Bank, with
a list of ticket-holders, and instructions to refund in case Distribution
should not take place. Responsible agents will be appointed in the
principal towns in the State, for the convenience of those desirous of
obtaining tickets for tho Distribution, and it is believed will be disposed
of rapidly and the Distribution made at an early date?probably by the
middle of April The only desire of the originators of this project is
to dispose of some surplus property, at a fair rate, and in such manner
as to enable any one to procure a site for a home.
J. A, BBLBY, Manager. Columbia. 8.0.
fi??fTiokets can be obtained at Indian Girl Cigar Store, Columbia
Hotel Cigar Store, Wheeler House, California Cigar Store, S. Sheridan's
Grocery Store and the Pnaunx Office, Columbia; Julius Poppe, Ander?
son; John C. Squier, Winnsboro; D. Bieman, Walhalla; E. A. Scott.
id the True Event."
VOLUME XI?NUMBER 5.
Tbe symptoms or liver Complaint ?renn -
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the pain ia in the ahouldor, and ia mistaken
for rheumatism. The stomach is affected
with lose of appetite and sickness, bowclo,
in general, coBtive, sOwcumes alternating
with lax. The headiB troubled with pain,
and dull, heavy sensation,considcrableloBB
or memory, accompanied with painful Sen?
sation of having loft undone something
wbich ought to have been done. Often com?
plaining of weakness, debility and low
spirits. Sometimes many of the above
symptoms attend the disease, and at other
timea very few of them; but the Liver is
generally the organ moat involved.
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Goternor of Alabama.
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President of City Bank.
"Simmons' Liver Regulator has proved
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Annual Meeting oi the Stockholders
of the South Carolina Railroad
Company and of the South-west?
ern Railroad Bank.
CHARLESTON. 8. C, Mabch. 1875,
TBE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the South Carolina Railroad and of
the South-weatern Railroad Bank will be
held in this city, in the Hall of t h6 Bauk of
Charleston, North-east corner of Broad and
State atrofita, ON TUESDAY, April 13th
prox., at 11 o'clock A. M. On the day fol?
lowing, an election will be bold between tbe
hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M., for fifteen Di?
rectors in the Raiiroad Company and thir?
teen Directors in tho Bank. A Committee
to verify Proxies will attend. Stockholders
will bo passed over the Road, to and trom
the Meeting, free of charge.
? J. R. EMERY. Senretary.
Mar 13 10 20 23 27 30, Al 3 f? 8 10 12 13 14
Annual Meeting of the South Caro?
lina Railroad Company t ud of the
South-western Railroad Bank.
SHAREHOLDERS having Proxies in?
tended to be used at tbe Mooting to bt?
hold on the 13th and 14th of April proximo,
are requested te lodge them with either of
the following Committee, who will be in at?
tendance at the Hall of the Bank of
Charleston during the morning of tbe 13th
prox., for tho purpose of verifying Proxlen.
On the following day, during the election,
other duties may prevent the Committee
from examining batches of Proxies before
the hour for cioeiog the polls.
L. 0. HKNDRIOK8,) Committee
C. P. A IM A It. } on
T. M. WARING, ) Proxies.
Mar 1316 20 23 27 30, Al 8 6 8 10 1? 18 14
ATTORNEY AT L.A.W,
OFFICE, Boom No. 6. Southern Insur?
ance Company Building, Columbia,
B. C._March 11 tag _
WM. H. LYLES,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
ROOM No. 6, Second Floor, New Life
Insurance Building, corner Blobard
son and Washington Streets, Columbia,
AX.Ii NEW SEED!
A COMPLETE STOCK.
ALL NEW, dircol from the Beed Farms
of IOWA. FLOWER and VEGETABLE?
wholesale ard retail.
L?RICK ft LOWRANCE,
March 10 Columbia, 8. 0.
Seed Potatoes, Bacon, Butter. Lard.
f>K 15-POUND pails Choice Gilt-Edge
tSD Goshen BUTTER.
100 bbls. Early Rose POTATOES?se?
lected seed; early crop.
100 bbla. Chili Rod POTATOES?selected
100 bbls. Choice Eating POTATOES.
25 boxeB Choice Drv Salt SIDES.
lObexts Ohoioe Dry Salt BELLIES?
50 tubs Pure LEAF LARD.
25 tubs Choice Gosbou BUTTEII.
25 tubs Gothen BUT TER?for baksrs.
50kits MACKEREL?Nos. 1 aud 2-rull
50 boxes Family SOAP.
25 boxes Factory CHEESE
Constantly receiving GRANGES, BANA?
NAS, OOOOANUTS, Ac, flora cargoes ar?
riving in Charleston.
All of the above we guarantee to be sold
at lowest market rates, at wholesale onlv,
bv C. J LAU REV.
March 7 tl?_Opposite PHOPKX Office.
STORED AND INtsURED at tbe very low?
est rates, and the top of the market
guaranteed for all Oottou consigned td us
for sal j. Advances made atone per cent.,
per month upon all cotton stored with us.
No charge for dray age.
Northern Timothy and Clover at 8L.35
aud $1.50per 100. Full weight guaranteed.
Hue Early Roso, Goodrich, Peerless*
Peachblows, and other varieties.
Jonosport Fertilizer?as good as any*
used. $45 per ton, caeh. and $50 per ton.
time. SOUTHERN WABE HOUSE CO..?u>
Fob 19 8m Opposite8. O. B. B. Depot.
npHE books of the City Treasurer are now
J. on?n for the receiving c? ti?^s iox ?375.
All city taxes must be paid before the Slst
day of March instant.
Mar 17 BIOHARD JONES, OityTreas.
Maokerell Mackerel I!
WE have j oat received a full supply o V
choice MACKEREL, consisting of
New Mess Now. 1, fi and 8, In barrels, Bali*
barrets and kite, which tee are offering a
greatly reduced prices, at wholesale andre?
tail. JOHN AONEW & BON.
New Sugar-lmrefl Hams,
IAA NEW TOBK sugar-cured HAMS.
IUU choloe quality. Just received and
for aale by JOHN AGNEW & SON.
ARTIES having olty taxes aud Boanm
to pay can bo ?applied with OJDFX
OTBS, receivable for asms, oi a <K*do*mc?
by applying to JOHN AQNEW * SON,