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- .London, April 7,?Tho Times' Pari?
correspondent staten that Prussia sent
notes to the other powers on the subject
' of her correspondence with Belgian^ ax;d
declared Bhe would await tho result of
thpDuohcsouol investigation. He vouches'
for tho trustworthiness of his informa*
mation, hut. is probably incomplete, as
the trivialty of 'the German com plaints
don't justify-tho subsequent significant
expressions. The gravest feature 'of
Prussia's note is that the complaints aro
direct .against the Belgians generally,
whoso attitude- is therein considered hos?
tile towards Germany.
London, April 7.?Tho budget, about
to he presented, will give the following
?atiofactory exhibit: for the year ending
March 31e 1875: Revenue from all sources
?75,000.000; excess ovor estimate ?500,
0?0. The reduction of |expenses and'the
inorease of revenue gives the Govom
mont ?l;125,O0O surplus.
Behlin, April 7.?The bill withdraw?
ing State grants from the Roman Catholic
olergy passed to a third-reading in the
?i St.' Petersburg, April 7.?Czarina, the
Princess Imperial, has bsen delivored of
a daughter. ?
Vasicas, April 7.?The festivities at?
tending the meeting of the Emperor and
King continue. 12,000 troops were re?
viewed, whioh was witnessed by 30,000
people. Their majesties were -enthusi?
astically cheered, i At the grand dinner, 1
King Victor toasted the Emperor of
Austria as a brother and friend. The
Emperor, in respond in(i. eaid: "I drink
. to. the health of my dear -brother and
friend the King of Italy, and to the well
being and prosperity of Italy."
London, April 7.?Tho new British
man-of-war Alexandria was launched to?
Specials from Paris, regarding Prussia's
note, says. Prussia demands new legisla?
tion on the part of Belgium. The
Belgians refute Prussia's claim. Her
note asserts that she is independent and
neutral. She has done nothing that
could alter her. .relations with a friendly
? nation which guarantees her independ?
ence. ? ?
Chasxjcston, April 7.?Arrived?
steamship'Champidn, New York.
New Yobs, -April 7.?The Board of
Directors of the Panama Railroad elected
T. W. Park President, and j. McCul
. Officer Shelly has arrived from Sher?
man, Texas, with the counterfeiter Isaac
Baxter, and the ' robber George Van
Hahtvobd, Cpnh., April 7.?Ingersoll's
plurality in 9,482; majority 6,684. Stark?
weather s majority is 372. The Republi?
cans gained two State Senators.
Sr. Lours, April 7.?Last evening, the
steamor Paragon, lying at Kountz wharf,,
.loading for New Orleans, took fire in her
hold..' She-was towbd across the river,
where oho burned 'to the water's edge,
and i sunk in eight feet of water. The
boat was. owned by James Reese, of
Pittsburgh -Captain John Darrah, her
commander, and ? Thomas Darrah, the
clerk. She cost 970,000 two years ago,
and wan insured for $20,000 in Pittsburg
companies. She had about 1,500 tons
cargo on board, valued at about0125,000.
ScHeheotadt, April 7.?The Demo?
cratic Mayor was ? elected by 400 ma?
Leaveh woivrn, Kansas, April 7. ?The
Republican ticket was elected, with one
or two exceptions.
TorEKA, Kansas, April 7.?The Repub?
licans were successful.
Scibanton, Pa., April 7.?A meeting to?
morrow will .decide whether the miners
of the Wyoming and Laokawana region
will striae. The companies refuse the
ten per cent, advance demanded. The
men are anxious to continue work.
PHTCinKT.raiA, }. April 7. ?The First
Regiment,' of '350 men, with twenty
rounds of. ammunition and three days'
cooked rations,' left on a speoial train,
and will reach Hasel ton at y o'olock to?
night The cause of the movement has
Hasslton, April 7.?Two regiments of
infantry and one of artillery are expected
Washtnoton, April 7.?The Court of
Claims has just decided that fall ptvrdon
and amnesty'to those concerned in the
lato war, whijo it blots out or throws into
oblivion all personal offences, does not
restore the proceeds plaoed in the trea?
sury from confiscated property sold.
The- word "pardon" must, the Court
says, be construed according to its mean?
ing, as found in the English statute law
at the time of the formation of the Con?
stitution. The King had power to] re?
store estates, except those in which he
might be personally, interested. Besides,
the proceeds of confiscated property be?
ing received in the treasury, it could not
be withdrawn therefrom, except by virtue
of o law passed in conformity with the
Probabilities?For the Middle, Atlantic
" and South Atlantic States, dear or fair
weather in the interior and threatening
weather near the coast with North?
easterly to Southerly winds, rising tem?
perature North of South Carolina and
Waohznotoh, April 7.?A despatch
reached Pensaookv when the disap
. pointed Mexican excursionists debarked
for home, via Jacksonville.'
Ithsca, N.Y.,-April 7.?The Democrats
? gain three oupemso re,
Ohaija, April 7.?The Bepublicans
elected the Mayor and the Democrats
elected the Police Judge.
NfW> Y<*bk, April 7.?The Dana libel
case^am^up, hut .was adJoTjrfte^ .to to
NaT York, April fc?jfe books of the
' Chmesoagckoy; 'The China ogoaoy re-,
plies hy^legraph thaTWey, hat?, ad?
vanced ..$1??\000, making the difforonco.
noarly ?400,000. The China agent has
betabrderedtoNewYork. Ztfc hoped
Pa?*Sit*Htt, April 7.^-Thb ' Firbt
x Regtaeni'of National Guards have been
orderedl td Haselton. General Osborno,,
aUHaselto^ for these troops imme
I 715-16; May OTtfhne, 8 ?44Tsa^3BB
rioan 5.300; basis middling uplands, no?
thing below low middling, deliverable
Jnno or July, 8 3-16.
London,?8 tr.oet rate 346 below bank.
New iohk?isoou.?Stocks aotivc and
strong. Monoy 4. Gum* I-?g. u?Cu^;gc? ,
long 4.86; short 4.90. Governments ac?
tive and Btrong. State bonds activo?
Missouri es are a little lower. Cotton
?uiot; sales 686; uplands !"?'<; Orleans
7.. .Futures opened nufct and easy:
April 16 9-18?10|; May 16 29-32?
16 15-16; June 17 9-32@17 5-16; July
17 17-32@17 19-32. Flour steady. Wheut
a shade firmer. Corn active and ad?
vancing. Pork heavy?22.90?,23.00.
Lard heavy?steam 15A? 15 D-10.
7 P. M.?Money in good supply, at
3@4. Sterling quiet, at4.80. Gold dull
and firm?145?14J. Governments aotivo
and strong?now 5s 15J. States quiet
and steady. Cotton?net receipts 249;
gross 1,949. Futures closed quiet; sales
20,000: April 16 19-32@16 jj; May 16 15-16;
June 17 6-16; July 17 19-32; August 17}?
Januar)- 16 ll-16?16j. Cotton quiet;
sales 868, at 16jj?17. Southern flour
j firm and in fair inquiry; common to fair
! extra 4.95?5.60; good to ohoico ditto
email@example.com. Wheat l?2o. hotter and in
fair firstname.lastname@example.org winter red
Western; 1.30? 1.33 amber do.; 1.33? 1.42
white Western. Corn active, lc. bettor
and in fair demand?91@92 Western
mixed; 91J@92 yellow "Western; 92 white
Western, store; 99 old Western mixed,
afloat; 8#A@91 new Western mixed and
yellow, store. Coffee quiet and firm.
Sugar steady. Bice quiet and unchanged.
Pork lowor?new job lots 22.75. Beef
10.50 plain mesa; 11.00? 11.50 extra mesa.
Lard closed easier?151 prime steam.
Whiskey firmer?1.14. Freights dull and
St. Louis.?Flour higher; low and me?
dium grades especially wauted and firm
?superfine winter 4.65. Com firm?new
mixed 77?78Whiskey unchanged.
Pork quiet, at 22.25. Bacon firm?
shoulders 91@91; clear rib 13?13|; clear
13g@13l. Lard firmer and nominally
15; somo holding at 151.
Chicago.?Flour* in good demand.
Corn, active?No. 2 mixed 70| bid but re?
jected; held at 72?72J. Pork in fair de?
mand, at 22.10. Lard steady, at 16.37A?
15.40. Whiskey?demand light und
holders firm, at 1.11? 1.12.
Louisville.?Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn steady?68?70. Pro?
visions active and strong. Pork 22.50?
23.00. Bacon?shoulders 9A@9j}; clear
rib and clear 13? 13 A,. Lard active and
higher?prime steam 151; tierce 16? 161;
keg 17(aU7}. Whiskey 1.11. Bagging
Cincinnati.?Flour firm. Corn firm,
at 74?75. Pork quiet but firm, at 22.,00
?22.25. Lard Bteady. Bacon steady?
shoulders 1>J; clear rib 12}; clear 13J.
Whiskey steady, at 1.11.
Baltimore.?Flour quiet and steady.
Wheat firmer?Pennsylvania red 1.28?
1.29; others unchanged. Corn buoyant
and Btrong; Southern white 87?88; yel?
low 90. Provisions'J'fstrong. Porkl
steady?22.50. Bacon nrm and active
for order trade?shoulders 9}. Lard
firmer?reQned 16. Coffee nominal.
WhiBkoy dull?1.14. Ungar easier?81?
Baltimore.?Cotton quiet and firm?
middling 16?; low middling 16J; good
ordinary 15}; gross receipts 199; exports
coastwise 640; sales 415; spinners 300.
15jj; net receipts 609; exports coastwise
158; sales 1,791.
SYilminoton.?Cotton firm?middling ]
34; net receipts 175; exports coastwise
443; sales 40.
Mobile.?Cotton quiet?middling 131;
I low middling log; good ordinary 15J; net
reoeipts 169; gross 173; exports to Great
I Britain 4,047; coastwise 1,232; soles 1,000.
Savannah.?Cotton dull and lower to
seU?middling 161; net receipts 1,064;
gross 1,169; exports coastwise 911; sales
New Orleans.?Cotton quiet?mid?
dling K.i; net receipts 1,247; gross 2,389;
I exports to Great Britain 2,173; sales 370.
Charleston. ?Cotton steady?middling
101; net receipts 505; sales 600; stock
j dling 10}; net receipts 4i; gross 488.
prices nominally unchanged?middling
153: net receipts 110; sales 131.
Memphis.?Cotton quiet?middling 16;
net receipts 294; shipments 222; sales
Boston.?Cotton unchanged -middling
1164; net receipts 281; gross 2,850; sales
Norfolk.? Cotton firm -middling 16
?16J; net receipts 1,551; exports coast?
wise 1,400; sales 200.
A large, heavy-set man who resided
near Indianapolis, died recently from a
disorder which no Indian doctor could
make out. At the time of his death ho
was little more than a skeleton, his flesh
having nearly all wasted away. A post
mortem examination showed that his
liver was full of abscesses, bo that his
food had not been properly absorbed,
and that he had actually starved to
Sixteen doctors are among those who
have petitioned the Governor of Massa?
chusetts to hang the young murderer
Pomoroy. Doubtless each or them hopes
to be one of tho great men who will be
called upon to time the pulse of the vic?
tim durum the necessary twenty minutes
If that eminent medical man who said
unmarried Women die sooner than mar?
ried women has not changed his feeble
.mind, let htm journey to Biohmond
County, N. O., and peruse the tombstone
of Miss Polly Bethuhe, who recently died
at the age of 103 years. 1 ( '
the EnoxviUe I'resa and Ihr aid hai a
compositor,.who defiantly .sets up the
name of, Maoaulay, too historian,
4'McCauley, end the reputation of tho
It hi fiaid that General Spinner super-,
vised the pasWa of $55,000,000 through
Jhe trefeaury during his term of fourteen1
years, and thp losses of all kinds did not
amount to * 1 on the 61,000,000. Pretty
good record for the venerable Spinner.
The Bangor, Maine, Democrate elected
their can di dato for Mayoi*, the other day.
by a majority of 8* votes.' This ih said
' > bo the flat Mayor thd- Baugor 'Denvf
, ^<haVV> elected in forty^no yeaw^
^^?otoiaSook WM croiighclag a few
friends one summer's evening atFulham,
by an txttmp?rt comic song, when in the
middle of it the servant entered with,
"Please, sir, here's Mr. Winter, the tax
gatherer; he says he has called for taxes."
k "would net be interrupted but
went on at the piano-forte as if nothing
had happened, with the following stanza:
Hero comes Mr. Winter, collector of
I'd advise you to pay him whatever he
Excuses wont do, he stands no sort of
Though Winter his name is, his process
Bismarck was sixty years old on April
1. He is no fool, either.
The 27th day of April is Grant's birth?
day anniversary. He will bu iifty-thruo
Forbearance is not always a virtue,
oven in a clergyman. Imagine the feel?
ings of the rural divine who, after get?
ting fifty cents for marrying a couple,
found that the bridegroom hud gono oil
with his new silk hat
Josh Billings says: "If you are going
to give a man anything, give it to him
cheerfully and quick; don't make him
get down on his knees in front of you
and listen to the ten commandments and
then give him five cents."
Goorge Drury, member of the Lonisi
i ana House of Delegates from Assumption
Parish, has been indicted by the grand
I jury for participating in the forgery of
the general appropriation bill recently
Rev. Dr. Mayor, Jewish rabbi, of Balti?
more, says that the mandate * 'Whoso
sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his
blood be shed," was a prohibition of
Mr. Julius Schwerin, an old and much
esteemed Ismelitish citizen of Sumter,
quietly breathed out his life on Monday
The Civil Rights Bill does not worry
Washington County, Indiana, to any
alarming extent There is not one co?
lored person in the whole County.
Tho Cincinnati Commercial gives the
Ohio Legislature a first-rate notice gratis.
It says that it goes out with the nastiest
record in the history of the State.
An Arkansas Democrat has named his
new male baby Poland Garland. This is
the way they express their feelings over
the new order of things in that State.
Henry Ward Beecher has invested in a
tract of land in Florida adjoining his
Histor Harriet's orange plantation.
If they get up any moro political par?
ties in Rhode Island, where will they
find room for the ballot-boxes?
The plot of the "Grand Duchess"
is probably derived from an inci?
dent in the life of the Emperor
Paul, of Russia, who, seeing a
common soldier whose looks
pleased him, stopped hi? carriage
and asked him to enter. "I am
only a private, sire." "Tho Empe?
ror never makes a mistake, Cap?
tain." "I obey, sire." "Very well,
Major; sit beside me." "Sire, if I
dared?" "Speak, Colonel; what
is it?" If the drive had lasted
much longer ho would have left tho
carriage a Field Marshal, but as
it was he only rose to the rank of
Major-General, when his patron
was compelled to return to the
palace. But it mattered little, for
at a subsequent interview he de?
scended at the Emperor's fiat, step
i by step, from the grade of a Major
General to that of private soldier.
j A summer episode, as evolved by
little Johnny: Last summer our
dog Towser was a lying in the sun
a trine to sleep, but the llies was
that bad he cuddent, cos he had to
cotcli em, and bime by a bee lit on
his lied, and was awoking about
like the dog was hisn. Towser he
hol his hod still, when the bee was
close to his-nose, Towser winked
at me, liko he said you see what
this duller is a doin, he thinks I'm
a litty of the valley wich issent
open yet, but you just wait till I
blossom and you will see some fun,
aud sure enuff Towser opened his
mouth very slo so as not to fritten
the bee. and the bee went inside
Towser's mouth. Thou Towser he
shet his dreamy eyes, and his
mouth too, and had begun to make j
a peacefle smile wen the bee stung I
him, and you never see a lilly of
the valley ack so in ol your lifo. |
Tho Matrimonial News, a journal
devoted to the promotion of mar
raige and conjugal felicity, has a
wide circulation all over Great'
Britian. There are more than 300
advertisements in its lust issue for
husbands and wives. Clergymen,
army officers, members of Parlia-1
ment, manufacturers, merchants,
physicians, chemists, farmers, uni?
versity men. an Tlat'VH son. a re?
porter, gentlemen with expecta?
tions, and gentlemen without any,
bachelors and widowers, Roman
Catholic and Protestant, all urge
their suits through this convenient
journal, which contains full
announcement' of characteris?
tics, physical and spiritual; ago,
condition, property, and family
connections. : i ,
.. -r. -
Make it your own' rule not only
to bo punctual, bat a little before?
hand^' i ' rtofif m\
Refreshing lb, the soul?the di?
mity b?vio3 who throng our streets
lady 11868 her fan from inward, from
space to the body, it means that
she is not engaged. If, however,
this ?inner movement is made by
? ? . * ' .it_1.1_:
juiuuing iu u uununniu uncuviuu,
it means she is a widow; if in an
upper direction, that she has never
been married. A close fan held
upright means "shut up." An open
fan resting on the breast, moans
"silence." A closed fan presented
to you horizontally, means an in?
vitation to dance; presented by the
small end, means you are a Jeru?
salem zoological. With one leaf
open "friendship;" two open leaves,
"sympathy:" three "love and pas?
sion." A "talking fan" should be
composed of seven leavos to corres?
pond with the seven days of the
week. A circular movement of the
fan meaus "we are engaged."
Spelling may be dono with it when
the wearer is certain of her spell?
A crusty bachelor's objection to
ladies with beautiful teeth is that
nine out of ten of them would
laugh at a funeral.
Fr.ArN Words for the People.?When
broken down in health, strength and
spirits, it ia not necessary that we should
ask a medical man whether an invigorant
is necessary. Common senRe tells us
that it is. The only question to be de?
cided is, what the invigorant shall be. A
standard tonic and restorative, which has
been many years before the public, and
in which millions of the intelligent classes
repose the fullest faith, seems, in a case
like this, to present the strongest claims
to the confidence of the prudent invalid.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters may be truly
said to possess these high recommenda?
tions. Its triumphant progress during
a period of twenty years, its present
popularity, and the uniform success
which attends its use in indigestion,
nervous debility, biliary complaints,
fever end ague, and all ailments which
depress the physical system and enorvate
the mind, entitle it to tho rank of a stan?
dard national specific. It is regarded in
that light by the community at large,
and hundreds of thousands of both sexes
resort to it at this season as a preventive
of that numerous and harassing class of
diseases which take their rise from tho
miasmatic winds and vapors of spring.
It is a stimulant, a tonic, an alterative
and a mild aperient?four essential re?
storative and protective elements of the
materia medica?united in a single agree?
able preparation. Every ingredient is
vegetable, of the finest quality, and ab?
solutely pure. Hostetter's Bitters is better
known, held in greater esteem, and com?
mands a larger sale than any other pro?
prietary medicine manufactured in this
country or imported from abroad.
April 2 f3Tt
How to Restore the PnosrERirr or
the State?Keep yon money at home.
Do not send away for anything which
you can obtain as well here as elsewhere.
We do not advocate paying S5 for that
whicli you can buy abroad for even $4.90;
but when youcan'buy your Blank Books,
of the best grade, at prices as low as
New York, then send to. Walker, Evans Jk
Cogswell, Charleston, 8. C, and purchase
what you need. All their Blank Books
are made in Charleston, and your en?
couragement will Hustain a worthy manu?
facturing enterprise. M'ilt
Notice of Limited Partnership.
THE undersigned hereby give notice,
that they have this day formed u
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, for tho trans?
action of a mercantile business in the
city of Columbia ?said business to em?
brace, chiefiv, tho wholesale and retail
of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS,
SHOES and 11 ATS, at the old stand of R.
0. Shiver A: Co., under tho firm name of
JONES. DAVIS ?V BOUKNIGHT.
.1. HENRY DAVIS,
EDWIN S. BOUKNIGHT.
ANN R. SHIVER,
All res: huts of the city of Columbia.
CALEB BOUKNIGHT, as executor of
the will of ttobert C. Shiver, deceased, is
a special partner in said firm, and has
contributed thereto the sum of fifteen
thousand live hundred dollars. Mrs.
ANN R. SHIVER is also a special part?
ner, and has contributed to tho capital
stock of said firm the sum of ten thousand
dollars in cash.
The partnership will terminate March
Columbia, April 7, 1875. April 7 w6
SCHOOL MUSIC BOOKS.
Commonce your in-it ruction with
AUE'S SCHOOL DISK! REABEBS,
IN 3 BOOKS. '
BOOK I (35 cents) has a charming
'course for Primary Schools.. Book
U (50 cents) has one equally nttrac?vo
for Grammar Schools, ana Book HI (50
cent*) is fitted for higher Grammar
Classes and High Schools. The very
practical, interesting and thorough
course in these books was constructed
by L. O. Emerson and W. S. Tilden.
For a companion book use
1 Cheerful Voices. A large collection
of genial School Songs, by L O. Emer?
son. A popular book. 50 eents.
Afterwards take op
THE HOUR OF SINGING,
I CHOICE TRIOS, or
THE SONG MONARCH.
These books are for High Schools and
Academies. The Hour of Singing, ($1,)
by L. O. Emorson and W. S; Tilden,* is
arranged for 2, 3 or 4 voices. Choice
Trios, (81,) by W. 8. Tilden, for 3 voices,
are choice in every sense, nnd The Song
Monarch, (75 cents,) by H. JiK Palmer,
assisted by L. O. Emerson, unexcelled
as a book for Singing Classes, is equally
good for High Schools.
All 'books sent, post paid, for retail
P COLtVeR DITS?N&?O., Boston.
CHAD. H. DITSON & CO..
Mar 27 am? 711 Broadway, N. Y.
CANTON MATTINGS, just arrived, at
25 cente par yard. HEMP CAR?
PETS, 20 cents per yard.
JONES, DAVIS ^BOUKNIGHTS,
. Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co.
Airil 9 * !
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 13.
hiss \m I WMM
Will dclivar her intensely thrilling sketch,
OP ARO I"
?6fT10 sum up ANNA DICKINSON nnd
I express her best, in fewest words,
us she is in reulity and personality, it is
no extravagance of speech to say that of
the many strange and remarkable per?
sonages that talent, ambition and revo?
lutions have given to the world, none
havo been so marked, on the woman side
of the race, as Miss Dickinson. She is
tho crowning personage of a peculiar
class of genius and greatness, beaded by
Hypatia, and succeeded by Joan of Arc
and Fanny Wright. Inability, she stands
Bide by side with the former* and the lat?
ter, and in the wonderful display of her
meteoric eloquonce and brilliant genius,
she ranks with Joan of Arc, the heroine
of one nation and tho captive of another.
Her eloquence is not the studied acquire?
ment of schools and seminaries, but the
gift of God. It transcends all discipline,
and is the most perfect fruit of genius.
In oratory, no man is her superior. Her
eloquence draws multitudes of men and
women, of divers creeds and nationali?
ties, to hear her discussions, and in fu?
ture ages she will shine in history as the
brightest girl that the nineteenth century
gave to America."?Philadelphia Press.
Seats on sale at Wheelor House.
Admission 75c. Reserved seats $1.00.
Doors open at 7.15. Commence at 8.
Thursday, April 8.
MRS. C. E. REED will
have ber opening of the
latest and most fashionable
styles of MILLINERY, Ac.,
consisting of STRAW and
LEGHORN HATS and
BONNETS. Also, LACES,
KID GLOVES, CORSETS,
BUSTLES, with an ele?
gant assortment of Ladies' and Misses'
SUITS, juBt selected in New York and
elsewhere, all of which will be sold at
the lowest prices. Ladies and the pub?
lic in genend will please call and be
convinced that the above are reul facts.
April 7 3_
Yea, Mary's kussed little lamb,
Which had so hard a time,
Disposing of that diamond ham,
Sought Mary for a dime.
Monopoly, 3 for 25 Cents.
It sallied forth, in anxious haste,
Determined then to spend it;
For spaedy cure of pain it felt,
And thought "a smoke" would end it
Celebrated 5 Cent Cigars'.
To Perry A Slawson it invoked
The dime to be invested
In something fine, which could be
And cause the ham digested.
Unrivalled Half Dime Cigars'.
The "Indian Girl" embraced the lamb.
And gave it two cigars j
The lamb, relieved instanter, cried
"Hide out, ye little Btars."
A few more left of these same panaceas
at . PERRY A SLWSONS
Apr 6 Cigar and Tobueco Store.
\ Wfbesii hoods
J. H. KINARD'S
IARGE assortment of rich and beauti
J fnl DRESS GOODS.
Tho styles and patterns of PRINTS
ire numberless in varietj-, and every de?
partment of his large establishment has
boon replenished with accessions re?
freshingly seasonable and accommodat?
The Millinery Department
Is superbly stocked.
?SrMr. Kinard invites a call.
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $0.00 to $14.00.
KINARD A WILRY.
CITY HALL GROCERY.
COMPRISE8 arrivals of NEW HAMS,
BONELESS SHOULDERS, Extra
BREAKFAST STRIPS, Extra George's
Bonk COBKXB&>Bonoless CODFISH,
something nerw. r#,
Large /^oftBaaiona of Brandy Cherries,
Tornatoe?, XiObateT?;, Fruits^-Oranges,
Figs, Lemono; Assorted Nuta?Pecans,
FilborUv Arinonds, Whlnuta: Raisins I,
1 and whoWI&Oxes;, Chocolate, Brorna
Cocoa; Macferoni (and Cheese;) Termi
celli; Sapor ?Japtooa? v- r: * : ??'
CRACKKBB?feCocoanutk and Tea,
mixed, Ginget Snaps, Mushroom, Fancy
Candy Tip?e? and Cream* Ac., Ac. Stock
replenished 0fcUyl *
\ P. 8.? Garden Sccde?Full line and
the finest at^OftpMnt of Flower Seeds
ever brought to Columbia. For aale low.
Apr 2 GEORGE 8YMMEBS.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On TO-MORROW MORNING, at 10
o'clock, I will sell, at my Btore,
Tlr?r<y?a SmnViul HAMH.
Tierces Sugar-cured Canvassed HAMS.
Small kits Double Gilt Gosben BUT?
Soda and Sweet CRACKERS, &c, Ac
Sundry articles of Furniture, Cooking
Stove, Ac, Ac. _ April 8 2
By SEIBELS *& EZELL, Auctioneers.
South Carolina?Richland Cguntx.
BY virtue of a power contained in a
mortgage, executed by Katie Rollin
to WiUiom H. Dial, of Madison County,
Florida, on the 4th day of August, 1873?
I will sell, at the Court House, on MON?
DAY, the 3d day of May next, within the
legal hours of sale,
All that lot of LAND, with the Build?
ings thereon, containing six-sevenths of
an acre, more or less, bounded on North
by Senate street, and measuring thereon
one hundred and seventy-nine (179) feet,
more or less; on the West by Snmter
street, measuring thereon two hundred
and twelve .(212) feet, more or less; on
the South by Patrick Spellman, measur?
ing thereon one hnndred and seventy
1 nine (179) feet, more or'less; and on the
East by Mrs. Mary MoMahon, measuring
thereon two hundred and twelve (212)
feet, more or less, being in shape and
form a rectangular parallelogram of one
hnndred and seventy-nine (179) feet,
more or less, by two hundred and twelve
(212) feet, more or less. Terms cash.
GEO. L. DIAL, Agent,
April 8 For W. H. DIAL._
The Attractions are Multiplying
GRAXD CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTAB'HENY
WAft. Do LOVE & GO.
HAVING added to onr already large
and attractive stock, during the
past few days, a great many NOVEL?
TIES, suitable for the season of the year,
we would call the attention of purchasers
To on examination of our stock, before
making their selections.
Our assortment of WHITE SHIRTS,
NECK TEES and Gents' FURNISHING
GOODS, is not surpassed by any house
this side of New York.
We invito every one to call and bo
suited at the
I Grand Central Dry Goods Establish'nt
W. X>. LOVE & CO.,
COLUMBIA, a C.
je?- SAMPLES sent gratuitously to all
parts of tne country on application.
April 4 . .
Full lines of
EXHIBITION AT TUE Oil) STAND
B.C. Mil tH.
TIE stock is all new and well bought
Opening THIS DAY, all kinds of
PRINTS, Printed CAMBRICS, Printed
[PERCALES, and a genaral stock of
I DRESS GOODS.
Pillow Case COTTONS nnd SHEET?
INGS of the best brands. .. you can now
get those justly celebrated brands of
I Black ALPACAS, so well known by the
customers of the old house. SPECIAL
BARGAINS IN BLACK SILKS. All wo
ask is a call, and wo will convince you
that this is the place to buy your DRY
I GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac, to the
JONES, DAVIS & B0UKNIGHT8,
Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co.
California and Imported
Wines, Liquors, Etc.
JUST received, direct from
"California, a car load of supe?
rior WINES and BRANDIES,
?mode of delicious grapes in
that highly favored country.
Best Imported Scotch WHISKEY,
Old Jamaica RUM, Holland GIN,
Otard and other brands BRANDY,
Sherry, Port and Madeira WINES.
I am also manufacturing
that superior LAGER BEER, j
for which my brewery has!
acquired such a deserved re-*
putation. Give it a trial?it is pure
warranted free from any deleterious in?
gredients. Physicians recommend ? ~
m ' Also, beat brands Imported ?id
nirniti Domestio CIGARS, Smoking and
'?"^Chewing TOBACCO; Ao.
My SALOON is supplied with the beet
of everything. LUNCH every day, at 11
o'clock, Give mo a call, at the si*jn of the.
I bi? barrel, Noe. 164 and 166 Richardson
fddlr?kowi* fechooi. ' - ~;
THE uhderaigried has taken;
.charge of thiB School, and re?
spectfully solicits patronage.
!NV labor .snared to advance,
pupils committed to his care.
Terms?Primary Department, $3.00 per,
month; Intermediate, .^.OOt iJE^wjagea,
jApril 4 lmo Principal.,
A I "FULL line ?f< BATS' and BALLS,
J%. just received from the best makers.- i
GONE, at McKENZnrS,
Anril 3 3 Main etffoei.