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IUni.ik, April 3.?The conference of
Catholic bishops at Fulda has closed. A
message was received from the Popo,
blessing the bishops and urging them to
Madbid, April e.-?The Carlist General
Soball had an interview with General
Campos, at Ol at, under a flag of truce. It
is belioved Soball will give his adhesion
to Alfonso, and bold the same rank.
Since the issue of Gen. Cabrera's mani?
festo to the Carlists, 241 officers have left
the service of Don Carlos, and ontered
France. Of these, nine were Gonerals,
and many others have surrendered to the
London, April 3.?Wilson MoLay &,
Co., metal dealers, have suspended, owing
to American contracts for mils. Liabili?
The" Post's advicos from the- Spanish
frontier represent prospects of peace in?
creasing. 180 Carllst officers have already
given in their submission to Alfonso.
Washington, April 2.?In the colloquy
between the Attorney-General and the
Justices, in Attorney-General Williams'
closing argument on the force bill, Mr.
Justice Bradley said: Suppose Congress
should enact a law making it a felony to
steal the property of another. Congress
has the undoubted right to punish steal?
ing of the property of the Government
or of property in the service of the Go?
vernment, but beyond that the law would
be unconstitutional. Now, when a law
;s so framed that one part is constitu?
tional and unothor unconstitutional, and
the two are so blended together as to be
impossible to sever them, can yon hold
ono part constitutional and the other
part unconstitutional? The Attorney-Ge?
neral replied that the law could be on
forced as to those offences which, it is
admitted! are within the legislative power
of Congress to provide for. As to the
power assumed in the Enforcement Act,
to provide penalties for interference with
voters at Congressional elections, the
very existence of the Government?de?
pends upon these elections. If Con?
gress has no power to protect the voters,
then the White Leagues of Louisiana, n
minority of the people, can stand around
the polls and prevent the majority from
voting. The learned counsel on the other
side had said that their fathers had never
attempted to exorcise these powers. Did
the counsel forget the great civil revolu?
tion through which we had passed? The
fathers had never exercised those powers
because there was no necessity to exer?
cise them. Just as it was necessary to
exercise certain powers during the re?
bellion, never before exercised, so now it
was necessary to exercise powers to main?
tain the results wrought out of the rebel?
lion. The fifteenth amendment confers
upon the colored people the right to vote,
and unless Congress has the power to
enforce that guarantee, it is of no value.
Mr. Justice Clifton said in his Sbite
(Maine) the colored man always had the
right to vote. He would ask the Attorney
General whether, if two indictments
were found of conspiracy, one to
prevent a colored man and the
other a white man from voting,
would the Cirouit Conrti of the Unitod
States have jurisdiction of both coses?
The Attorney-General answered: They
would in the case of the black man; I
don't contend that they would in the cose
of the white man. Mr. Justice Clifford?
Then colorod men have more rights in
the United States courts than white
men? The Attorney-General?That does
not follow. The Constitution does not
coni'or upon white people the right to
vote, but it does upon colored people;
hence the power of" Congress arises to
protect them in that right. He dis?
claimed asserting that negroes havo
greater rights than the whites, but these
amendments took them from a condition
rights with the white man, and under?
took to protect them against all discrimi?
nation. Ho would now ask to modify
the answer ho had made to the question
of Mr. Justice Clifford, and say that an
indictment for depriving a white man of
the right to vote at a Congressional elec?
tion could' be maintained in the United
States Court, but he would not insist thnt
it could be maintained if tho deprivation
of the right to vote was at o State elec?
tion. Mr. Justice Strong asked: If a
conspiracy was formed to prevent a man
from voting because he was the son of
an Irishman, would the United States
Circuit Court havo jurisdiction of that?
It would certainly be a rooo discrimina?
tion. The Attorney-General said he. had
no doubt that Congress had the power to
provide for such a case, but he did not
soy that it- would come under this Act.
Mr. Justice Strong?Suppose the State of
South Carolina, where the majority of
people aro colored, should change its
Constitution, and say thnt no white man
should vote, would a remedy against
that lie in tho United States Courts?
The Attorney-General said he had no
doubt that it would. His idea in the
main of the amendments was, thnt any
and every right guaranteed by them may
be protected in tue Courts of tho United
Galveston, April 3. ?The Xeios' special
from Corpus Christi, to-day, says: An
American woman with her husband, in
company with a laredo, arrived hero, to?
day, ana gives a sworn statement that
she sow at San Fernando Creek; last Fri?
day, about thirty-five miles from here,
two Americans dead. They were stab?
bed in several places, their horses and
arms still near; they apparently had
been dead about a day; one was a very
stout man,'with heavy blook hair and
beard; the other o light-haired man, and
both about -twenty-fiv'o years of age;
they were not. known. The teamsters
buried thorn in their oaddie blankets and
hastened oh.' - She says at a place called
Chocolate, about twenty miles from this
place, two HmrinanH were hanging on a
tree. This is evidently the' work of the
raiders. Rumors from a reliable source
report other similar oases; also, that a
large body of Jd"oxican.i havo crossed the
Bio Grande' from Mexico, making these
their objective ^points. There is great
anxiety felt mir the safety of our citizens.
Business ia 'almost entirely suspended,
no ono leaving town or coming in. Mer
chante aay We^wfll order no more goods
till those outrages' hto checked and they
afforded: somfe protection. Our citizens
and arms are' inadequate to- resist tho
threatened attacks. Citizens .and mer?
chants held a meeting, to-day, request?
ing the Government to furnish immedi?
New OansANS, April 3.?Races post?
poned to 10th inst, on account of raih.
T New York, April 3.?.Tames Godding
ton, arrested yesterday for attempting to
dispose of ten $1,000 bonds of the State
ot New Jersey, alleged to have been
stolen from the" Treasury at Trenton.
Coddington intimated that ho had more.
The Tribune's Washington speoial says
information was imparted at the War
Department, yesterday, through high
official circles, that the President would
declare as tho policy of the Government,
in disposing of Mexican raids and loss
of American liveB and property, repara?
tion from the Mexican Government, in
the shape of moneyed indemnity for the
depredations committed hy tho subjects
ofthat Government on the Texas border.
Our Government will insist on this re?
paration, and in order to enforce the
conclusion, it is admitted that the Secre?
tary of War will, if no other resource is
left, carry out the determination by
strengthening the American border lino,
by attaching thereto another stretch of
Mexican territory. It is intimated that
Gen. McKenzie is to be transferred from
Fort Sill and take charge of the troops
on the Texas border. The Mexican Go?
vernment will shortly be presented with
a firm demand on the part of our Go?
vernment for due reparation, or bike the
onlv alternative, of war along the border,
with the purpose of enforcing our de?
Four inches snow at Ogdensburg, N.
Y., last night.
The idea of transferring Revenue Su?
pervisors has beon abandoned.
Charles A. Dana, editor of tho Sun,
learned, this morning, that an attach?
ment had been issued against him, from
the Supreme Court of tho District of Co?
lumbia, which was in the hands of United
States Marshal FiBko. He went to the
Marshal's office with his counsel and snr- j
rendered himself. A petition was then
presented to Judge Blatchford, praying
for the issunnce of a writ of habeas
corpus, ordering the Marshal to bring
Mr. Dana before th.i Court and show
cause why he should be detained. United
States District Attorney Bliss askod for
an adjournment, and the matter was
finally set down for 2 o'clock, Tuesday
next?Dana meanwhile being allowed to
go on parole, but technically tho custody
of the Court. With referonoe'to the at?
tachment against Mr. Dana, it appears
that a Bubpoona was served a short time
ago on Mr. Dana, commanding his at?
tendance in Washington to testify before
the grand jury in case entitled the United
States against Frederick H. Snider. Hu
paid no attention to it, and hence the at?
tachment was issued. He says that he
knows nothing whatever about the case,
und that it,is a trick to got him in Wash?
Philadelphia, April 3.? J. F. Welch,
President of the Laborers' Benevolent
Association, has issued an appeal to the
miners to disband. Governor Hartranft
issued a proclamation ordering evil-dis?
posed parties to disperse.
Salt Lake, April 3. ?Congressional
Delegate Cannon, from Utah, on trial for
polygamy, was discharged under limita?
tion, not having committed polygamous
marriage within two years.
Hvrtford, April 3.?Tho loss by fire in
the Chnrchihan office, on Thursday night.
($60,000) will not interfere with its pub?
Washington, April 3.?Rear Admiral
Mullaney, commanding -tho North At?
lantic station, roports to tho Secretary of
the Navy that at Havana the yellow fever
is prevailing to an alarming extent; that
on board two Spanish vessels, there were
seventy-six cases down. In view of this
fact. Secretary Robeson, yesterday, or?
dered the Fortune, which has been mak?
ing surveys around tho island of Cuba,
to return home. He also ordered all the
vessels at Key West to proceed to Port
Royal, S. O, with the exception of the1
Plymouth, Ossippe and Shawmut, which
were ordered to take a cruise.
Probabilities?For tho Gulf States,
Tennesseo and the Ohio valley, gene?
rally clear and warmer weather, with
South to*West winds and slight changes
in ?barometer. For the South Atlantic
States, clear or fair weather, slight rise of
temperature, winds slightly to Easterly
and Southerly and slowly rising baro?
??Austin, Pa., April 3. ? The Delaware is
twenty-live feet above low water mark
and swelling. A land slide near Clark's
Ferry, Pa., wrecked a freight train and
Yesterday's Market Reports.
New York?Noon. Monoy 3.1. Gold
MA. Exchange -long 4.85; short 4.80.
Cotton quiet and steady: sales 1,333 ?
uplands 16$; Orleans 17. Futures opened
firmer: April 18 21-32tf ID 23-32; May
j 17 1-1G@U7 3-32; June 17 7-1%; 17 15-32.
Pork heavy?mess 21.75^22.00. L-.ird
heavy?steam 14 \.
7 P. M.?Money easy -3(a 1. Sterling
steady?5. Gold 14.l01i^. Govern?
ments active and strong?now 5s 15. States
quiet and strong. Cotton net receipts
310; gross 1,655. Futures closed steady;
sales 20,400: April 1623-32; Mav 17 l-10to
17 3-32; Juno 17 15-32; July 17 23-32?
173; August 17 27-32(0)17$; Septomber
17 7-10@1715-32; October 1027-112? 16J;
November 16 9-16@16 19-32; December
16 19-32ft)16|; January K>\. Cotton
quiet ana steady; sales 1,3.13, at 16?@17.
Flour quiet?i.95(?)5.G0. Wheat quiet,
steady and in very limited demand?1.26
@1.48. Corn firm?87(a)87L Pork firm
?21.90 new. Lard higher?14J@15
Srime steam. Coffee and molasses firm,
ugar quiet and Btoady. Froights dull?
sail grain 6}@7.
Bank statement shows loans increased
$500,000? specie increased 1,376,000; legal
tenders 2,000,000; deposits trifle irregu
lation decrease 875,000.
Baltimore. ?Cotton firm?middling
16J; neAreooipts 400; gross 471; exports
coostwws 320; sales 360; spinnors 201.
Flour quiet and. steady. Wheat firm
and unohanged. Corn buoyant and
stronger?yellow 84A@85. Provisions
very, strong ?uu ? ?c?,ivs. Bulk merits
notivo and higher?shoulders 8J(a^8J.
Bacon?shoulders 9|@9J. Lard 14J@
143. Coffee? ;yery.. .atrong^ordlnory. to
prime Rio cargoes 16(0)183. Whiskey
1.14(3)1.15. Sugar 'strong? IIl@ll|.
Boston.?Cotton firm?middling 18$;
low middling.16}; good ordinary 15g;
net receipts 364; gross 3,150; exports
Great Britain 300: soles 387. ?
Cincinnati.?Flour steady. Corn firm
?71@72. Bork firm?21.75. Lard firm
?steam 14$; kettlo 14J@15. Bacon firm
and ?scareo--shoulders 9; clear rib 12J;
clear 12J?13. Whiskey steady?1.11.
Auousivt?Cotton steady and in -fair
demand?middling 15$; low middling
158; good ordinary 14J; net receipts 209;
l?fnVlGJ;' low middling 155; good ordi?
nary 14'}(a}15; not receipts 540; Bales COO;
Wilmington. ?Cotton steady?mid?
dling 15}; low middling 15f; good ordi?
nary 15 $; net receipts 128; sales 48.
dling lGjj; net receipts 46; gross 261.
Savannah.?Cotton firm?middling 16;
low middling 15J; good ordinary 14j; net
receipts 743; gross 785); sales 1,705.
Norfolk.?Cotton firm?middling 16;
net receipts 570; exports coastwiso 175;
Louisville.?Floifr quiet and un?
changed. Corn steady -G8@70. Provi?
sions active and stronger. Pork 22.50.
Bacon?shoulders ??: clear rib and clear
12.1(^131 prime. Luid?steam 14V; tierce
15; keg 16. Whiskey 1.11. Bagging
quiet and firm.
Memphis.?Cotton very firm ?middling
1C ; low middling 15J; good ordinary Mjh,
net receipts ?26; shipments 303; sales 600.
151: low middling 15; good ordinary
14V; net receipts 691; prois 70; sales
Chicago.?Flour quiet and unchanged.
Oorn"advanced with fair demand?No. 2
mixed fresh 70',; regular 68}?68|; re?
jected 68A@6?. Pork dull and declin?
ing?21.30. Lard active and higher?
14.55. Whiskey 1.11. |
Mobile.?Cotton very firm ?middling
15?(S\15;: low middling 15}(<>\lbj; good
ordinary 14A@15?; net receipts 52; ex?
ports coastwise 1,700; sales 3,300; stock
New Orleans. -Cotton very firm?
middling 15jj; net receipts 1,107; gross
1,638; oxportsGreat Britain 4,704: France
1,912; continent 7.112; sales 2,500; stock
St. Lons.?Flour steady and un?
changed. Corn active?No. 2 mixed 72$
(3)73. Whiskey firm ?1.12. Pork higher
?21.75. Bacon firm and unchanged.
Lard firm?14J hero; 14 up country.
Pabm. ? Rentes 64f.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton buoyant?
middling uplands 8; middling Orleans
8J; sales 18,000. including 10,000 Anieri
oan; speculation and export 4,000; total
sales yesterday 18,000?after close 3.000;
to arrive 1-16 dearer?basis middling up?
lands, nothing bolow good ordinary,
shipped March or April, Hi; nothing be?
low low middling, deliverable April, May.
June or July, 8(?i)8 3-16; basis middling
Orleans, nothing below m idd ling, shipped
March or April, ?J.
5 P. M.?Basis middling uplands, no?
thing below low middling, deliverable
i May or June, 8L
. Wm. Auld suffered the extreme pe?
nalty of the law at Orangeburg, on Fri?
day last, for the luurder of another co?
lored man, in Novembor. He confessed
his crime, and warned those around to
take warning from his fate.'
Advices from Bismarck say that the
threatened Indian troubles had been the
origin of the Standing Book ngenoy being
short ? of provisions due the Indians.
General Austin desired to make up the
deficiency in the requisition.
It took fifteen men to lower Mr. Ha?
zard Bentley, of Preston, Conn., into the
I silent tomb. He was President of the
Fat Men's Association, and weighed 356
I Talmoge says "God will get even" w ith
I people who publish the Boucher trial re
! ports. How handily such fellows mea
' sure out divine vengeance for other!
In 180?, the funeral exnonse* of Sena- !
tor Malbone. of Rhode Island, cost only J
$52.21, inclusive of eleven gallons of
wine. Senator Stunner's obsequies cost'
An Englishman having been solicited j
to join a Black Hills expedition,.replied
that "it is hotter to bear the bills we 'avo \
than to fiy to h'others wo know not h'of."
Samuel Wilhelm, of Berks County, |
Pa., eight feet and seven and a half!
inches high, has applied for the situation '
of the late Irish giant.
There is no such thing as luck. It's a '
fancy name for being always at our duty, j
and so sur? to b? ready when the good j
time collies. * j
Five prisoners made their escape from !
Darlington jail on Monday night, all n->-j
Lawrence Drake, of Bangor. Me., shot (
his father-in-law. Peter Wuniburner, j
dead, yesterday, during a family quarrel. !
Our South Carolina artiste. Miss Clara)
Louise Kellogg, is singing in English,
opera in New York.
The Detroit Free Pres.* calls Vni t\io\
Colored Hills, nut of respect for the!
I Civil Rights Bill. ,;
A meeting of the Committee of Ar- ,
rangements for the Fireman's Tourna?
ment will be held at Hibernian Hall,
TO-MORROW (Monday) EVENING. 5th
instant, at 8 o'clock. !
THOS. DODAMEAD, Chairman.
J. L. Little, Secretary.
Gas Light Bills for Month of March.
CONSUMERS will pleuse give their at-1
tention to the above. !
April 4 3 Sec. and TreaR. Gas Co.
1 f\ fl BAKRELa of the above snpe
JLvJvf rior fortilizer, for sale low at
my auotion room. JACOB LEVIN,
Auotion and Commission Merchant.
April 4 2_
fTlHE Trusteoa of the Palmetto Orphans'
JL Home are requested to meet at my
office, in the Carolina National Bank, on
TUESDAY, 6th April, at 12 o'clock. Im?
portant business invites a full attend?
ees. J. W. PARSER,
Ap 4 2 President Board of Trustees.
NEW! PRETTY! AND CHEAP!
BROCADE, Japanese and Lislo Poplins.
Whito and Colored Piques, Plain
anA Figured Muslins, Suitings, Percales,
elegant Sash Bibbons, and new goods of
every description, now being opened at
0. F. JACKSON'S,
Leader of Low Prices,
April 4_128 Main street.
QEVERAL very desirable OFFICE
1 kO ROOMS, in the Control National
Bank Building. Apply to
I April 2 f3 J. H. SAWYER, Cashier.
Columbia B. and Loan Association.
nrTHE Fifty-fifth Regular Monthly Meet
X ing will be held TO-MORROW
CMonday) EVENING, April 5, at 8
o'clock, in Hoinitsh's Hall, opposite
Phcknix Office. Dues received und mo?
ney loaned. By order:
JOHN C. B. SMITH,
Apr -1 Secretary and Treasurer.
ALL persons having demands against
the estate of MARY THOMPSON,
deceased, will please present the same,
properly attested; and all those indebted
wifT make prompt payment to the ander?
signed. I>. G. THOMPSON.
Adm'r of Mary Thompson, deceased.
Columbia, S. *C, April 2, 1H75.
April 4 m3
BY SPECTAL. REQUEST.
YE OLD P?LKES
Will be repeated by
YE C0LUHB1A CHORAL UNION.
.i^f-Entire Change of Programme. -tV?
iiiuai/ai Ja ? nllAJaii, ?1.*. 3, to.
Admission. 75o.; Gallery, COc. Seats
teuured at Wheeler House. April 4 1
Odd Fellows' School.
THE undersigned has taken
charge of this School, and re?
spectfully solicits patronage.
'No labor spared to advance
pupils committed to his eare.
Terms?Primary Department, $11.00 per
month; Intermediate, $4.00; Languages,
I $5.00. J. J. McCANTS, '
April 4 lmo Principal.
USE NIGHT OXf.Y!
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1875
THE ORIGINAL. AND ONLY
Md. Rentz Female Minstrels
MLLE. MARIE DeLACOYJR'S
PARISIAN CAN-CAN DANCERS.
THIS monster organization is com?
posed of THIRTY BEAUTIFUL
YOUNG LADIES and a corps of SPE
CLVLTY ARTISTS. Returning from a
triumphant tour to Chicago, Now Or?
leans, Galveston and Mobile, and shortly
to appear in Savannah and Charleston.
I Wherever they have appeared, the com?
pany have been greeted with crowded
i and delighted audiences. j
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. Seats
can bo secured at the Wheeler House.
Doors open at 7 P. M.; performance to
j commonco at 8 P. M. Carriages can be
I ordered at 10.30 P. M.
M. B. LEVETT, Gen'l Sup t.
Haury Phillips, Business Agent.
April 4_ 3 j
A SMART, intelligentLAD, who writes
i\. a good hand, for ofiice work. Ad?
dress, in own hand-writing. "KEY BOX
34." April 2
A Marsh. Pony
for sale. Inquire of
April 2 3 edwin J. SCOTT. _
A LL LICENSES now due, and past
due, must be paid for on or before
the 15th instant; after which date, the
penalties will be strictly enforced.
April 2 3 Citv Clerk.
riYrllK expected change will partially
.1 take place next week. So those who
want CIO ars cheap had better call to?
day, at perry St SLAWSON S
Cigar and Tolmeeo Store.
??Ye little stars, hide your diminished
rays." April :i
near the np-town Methodist
^ Church, a larg.- two-story house
attaining ten rooms, a good gar?
den and barn attached. Immediate p?
session given. Inquire of
W. 11. JACKSON.
At Republican Printing Company's
; < itli.-.-. April 1 I*!
FULL line of BAT'S and BALLS.
l\. ju>t received from the bo.->t makers.
A fresh invoice of wagons. ('arts
and parlor basket DOLL wa?
gons, at McKenzies,
April 3 3 Main street.
A FEW FACTS"
That We Wish the People to Know:
1THAT we have an entire NEW
? STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
tf> THAT we have an entire new stock
j?? of CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS. MAT?
TINGS, RUGS and WINDOW SHADES.
3THAT wo have an entire new stock
? of Ladies', Gents' and Children's
SHOES; decidedly the largest variety
and the best work ever shown in this
ALL the abovo we are prepared to
SELL CHEAPER ami give you
BETTER GOODS tlum any other house
in the trade.
JONES, DAVIS & BOTJKNIQHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver a Co.
I __Anrnj?_ _
EVERY GREAT REVOLUTION has
been preceded by some sign that
Struck with awe nil who saw it; so also
the "Coming Revolution" is preceded by
a "Rushing Sale of Cigars," that has
struck those interested in a similar man?
ner, to be followed by a change of signs
that will designate without fail PERRY
j Si SLAWSON'S Cigar and Tobacco Store,
"Ye LittLe Stars, hide your diminished
I rays." March 30
fl^Hardy Solomon keeps choice articles.
The Attractions are Multiplying
GRAND CE?TBAL DRV GOODS ESTAB'MENT
WM. D. LOVE & CO.
AV1NG lidded to our already largo J
Mid attractive stock, during the
past few days, n great many NO\ EL?
ITES, suitnblo for the season of the year,
we would call the attention of purchasers
To nn examination of ?
muking their selections.
Our assortment of WHITE SHIRTS,
NECK TIES and Gents' FURNISHING
GOODS, is not surpassed by any house
this side of New York.
We invite every one to call nnd be
suited at the
Grand Central Dry Goods Establish'nt |
W. D. LOVE Sc CO./
COLUMBIA, S. C.
j.-ii ? SAMFLES scut gratuitously tn all
parts of the countrv ou application.
^ Spring Clothing! u
? Spring Glothing 3
|H Spring Clothing!?
I The Largest and Best Stockt
Ever seen hen-.
AT D. EESTIN'S,
UNDER COLUMBIA HOTEL.
STYLES, New ond Handsome!
FABRIC nnd DESIGN. Elegant!
BEST MAKE UP!
PRICES, Lower than ever!
Yerv full lines of Bovs' and Youths'
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS and
Call and examine at
April 4 Under Columbia Hotel.
CITY HALL G R OCERY 7
CtOMPRISES arrivals of NEW HAMS,
; BONELESS SHOULDERS, Extra
BREAKFAST STRIPS, Extra George's
Bank CODFISH, Boneless CODFISH,
I something new.
Largo accessions of Brandv Cherries,
Preserves, Ac, Ac. Canned?Salmon,
I Tomatoes, Lobsters; Fruits -Oranges,
Figs, Lemons; Assorted Nuts?Pecans,
I Filberts, Almonds, Walnuts; Raisins \,
\X and whole boxes: Chocolate, Broma|
Cocoa: Maccaroni (and Cheese:) Vcnni
(*oolli; Sago: Tapioca.
CRACKERS- -Coooanut and Tc;r,
1 mixed, Ginger Snaps. Mushroom, Fancy
j Candy Tipped and Cream, &C\, &v. Stock
P. S.?Garden Seeds Full lino and
the finest assortment of Flower Seeds
j ever brought to Columbia. For sale low.
Apr2_ GEORGE SYMMERS.
New Spring Millinery.
MRS. M. O'CONNER has just
lopened, at the store formerly
|occiipied by F. B. Orchard A
Co., a tine and well selected
dock of MILLINERY AND
GOODS, to which she would in?
attention of the lodies of Colum?
bia and vicinity. Prices moderate.
April 2 lmf
HEBER D. HEINITSH, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
EESIDENCE CORNER BLANDING
AND MARION STREETS, offers his
professional services to the citizens of
I Columbia and vicinity, ('alls left at the |
Drug Store of E. 11. HEINITSH will rc
| ceive prompt attention. April 1
CITY I> H ? ii S T () R K
EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
(Assisted by II. 11. Wiltberger, Graduate
in Pharmacy and Chemistry,)
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Opjwiaift Pktvnix Office.
Bl'SINESS will be conducted upon the ]
CASH basis. Medicines will be sold
[at LOW prices. PRESCRIPTIONS put
up in best manner, at lowest cost. The
Prescription Department will bo undi
the supervision of competent and skillful I
persons. The community have the as- ]
surance that knowledge is the best pro?
tection against error.
The offices of Dr. A. S. HYDRICK,
City Physician, and Dr. HEBER D.
HEINITSH, will bo for the prosent at
this store, where all orders and calls for
professional services will be attended to
at all hours.
The Wholesale Department will bo
I conducted by the Proprietor. A full line
I of choice Drugs and Medicines on hand,
to which special attention is oalled.
E. H. HEINITSH.
April 1| Proprietor City Drug Store.
Congaree Iron Works,
COL CM Ii l A, s. a
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
. Engines, Saw
yfmSm and Grist Mills,
'and all kinds
al Castings for
j Stores and Dwellings, Patent Railings
I ?or Gardens and Cemeteries, Iron Settees
j and Arbor Chairs; also, Brass Castings of
j all kinds. Bells for Churches, Schools,
j Work-shops, Ac. Guarantee all my work
? first class and equal to any North or
; South. Works at foot of Lady street and
near South Carolina and Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Depots. Nov 18
j Awtf/nee's ?Sfl/e.
H. & S. BEARD
Will sell by auction, on the FIRST MON?
DAY IN APRIL, in front of the Court
A valuable LOT on Arsenal Hill, corner
of Laurel and Lincoln streets. Usual
terms._ Apj?1 2
DON'T delay to buy a bond of the IN?
DUSTRIAL EXHIBITION COMPANY.
Don't compare it with a Lottery; bear
in mind, that the capital invested is
Every bond purchased before April 5
will participate in the Fourth Series
Drawing, to bo held publicly, in the city
of New York, on MONDAY, APRIL 5,
B0ND3 ARE $20 EACH.
This Loan is issued on a novel plan,
and is authorized by special Act of the
Legislature of the State of New York.
CAPITAL PRIZE $100,000.
Circulars, giving full explanation, will
be sent free of charge, on application.
For Bonds and full information, ad?
dress, without delay,
MORGENTHAU, BRUH0 & CO.,
23 Park Row, New York, or to
G. M. WALKER.
Cashier Union Savings Bank, Columbia,
Remit by Draft on New York (Mty
Banks, Registered Letter, or P. O. Money
Order. __>Lir 30 6_
Full lines of _
EXHIBITION AT THE tlU) STAND
i. c. ?rat co.
rriHE stock is all now and well bought.
1 Opening THIS DAY, all kinds of
PRINTS, Printed CAMBRICS, Printed
PERCALES, and a general stock of
Pillow Case COTTONS and SHEET?
INGS of the best brands. You can now
Sit those justly celebrated brands of
lack ALPACAS, so well known by the
customers of Urn old house, SPECIAL
BARGAINS IN BLACK SILKS. All we
ask is a call, and we will convince you
that this is the piace to buy your DRY
GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES, Ac, to the
JONES, DAVIS & BOUKNISHTH,
Successors to R. C. Shiver & Co.
Just Arrived I
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $0.00 to $14.00.
KIN Alt D & WILEY.
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
HOYS' $9.00 to $14.00.
KIN ARD & WILEY.
STORED and INSURED at very lowest
rides, and the top of the market gua?
ranteed for all Cotton consigned to us for
sale. Advances made at ose per cxnt.
pek month upon all Cotton Stored with
us, No charge for Drayage.
Northern Timothy and Clover at $1.25
and 1.50 ^ 100 -full weight guaranteed.
Fine Early Rose, Goodrich, Peerless,
PeachblowB and other varieties.
Joncsport Fertilizer?as good as any
used?$46? ton cash and 60 M ton time.
SOUTHERN WAREHOUSE CO.,
Feb 10 3m Opposite S. C. B. Depot
California and Imported
Wines, Liquors, Etc.
^ am. JUST received, direct from
"^?f-California, a carload of supe
^SSWBferior WINES and BRANDIES,
^WW^mude of delicious.,grapes in
that highly favored country."^.;
Best Imported Scotch WI?SKBY;
Old Jamaica RUM, Holland OUT,
Oturd and other brand* BRAZIL**.
Sherry, Port and Madeira WINES.
I am also manufacturing ?
that superior LAGER BfiEB,j
for whioh my brewery hasl
acquired such a deserved re>lHHv
putation. Give it a trial?it is .pure and
warranted free from any deleterwus in?
gredients. Physicians ?ec0mmBp8.it'
[? Also, best brands Imported and
Domestic CIGARS, Smoking and
'Chewing TOBACCO, Ac.
My SALOON is supplied with the best
of everything. LUNCH every day, at 11
o'clock, Give mo a call, at the sign of the
I bin barrel. Nos. 104 and 166 Richardson
I street. JOHN C. SEEGERS.