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London, April 7.'?-The greater portion
of to-day'8 session of tho House of Com?
mons was oouupiod by the debate on the
right of women to' yote' for member* of
Parliament Mr. Smollet said the move?
ment originated. . with' tho ' turbulent
-women in America. , The bill, if passed,
would enfranchise the women who gained
a livelihood by immorality. ? .Upon n di?
vision the Hou'sb refused to brdor the
bill ton second reading by a vote of 152
eas to 187, nays. Disraeli voted with
' ,o minority.
Bebmn, April 8.?Herr Sigl, editor of
the Vaterland, of Munich, recently sen?
tenced in default Of appearance for pub?
lishing an articlo insulting to Bismarck,
was arrested by the Austrian authorities
at Solscburg, on application of the Ger?
man Government. He will be sent to
Berlin instead of Munich, where ho will
It is reported the Government will
prosecute the German subscribers to tho
Carlist fund for fomenting rebellion
against a friendly power.
Shanohai, April 8.?Tho widow of tho
late. Emperor died March 27.
London, April 8.?Tho Times says no
amount of argument should lead sensible
people to put more money into Canadian
railroad projects. There is no traffic for
Buoh roads, and the danger is the domi?
nion may grant a subsidy to competitive
lines. In this way, the Canadian South?
ern has been built, to ruin the proprietor
of the Canada Great Western. Enough
millions have been prescntedfto the do?
Bebijk, April 8. ?The Bfcjhop of Bres?
lau has refused to resign his See. Legal
proceedings will be commenced immedi?
ately, to enforoetcompliance with the de?
cree of the court.
Madrid, April 8.?The Government
has decided to send 15,000 soldiers to
Cuba. Senor. Salmeson, a professor of
the Madrid University and formerly
President of tho Ministry, and Professor
Azarote, also of 'the University, have
been arrested. The former has been sent
to Lugo and the batter to Miranda. Other
arrests are expected: ? The Government
declares' its intention of exiling all pro?
fessors who protest against the recent
educational laws, or who ' resign their
chairs on account of their promulgation.
" Tsiegraphlfc^Amerlcan News.
San Francisco, April 8.?Giant powder
in a frame building exploded, crushing
the walls of Hathaway 's bonded ware?
house, corner of Spear and Harrison
streets! ' A number of frame buildings,
occupied as saloons and dwellings, were
blown to. pieces. In a few minutes, the
whole mass was in flames. A number of
men, women and children were crushed,
and some poriahed in tho flames. Search
for the bodies was pushed as fast as the
flames would permit Three were taken
NsW Yonx, April 8.?-Yesterday, Count
Marofosohl fulfilled the mission intrusted
to him- by'tho Holy See, of announcing
officially to' Archbishop McCloskey that
tho Holy Father had been pleased to con?
fer on him the title and' elevate him to
the rank of Cardinal bf the Holy Roman
Churoh. TKe' ceremony took place at
Cardinal McCIoskoy's residence, and was
witnessed by a number of tho clergy and
laity. Tho Cardinal, oh taking the skull
cap In his hand, placed it oh his head.
Monsignore Bonsetta delivered the black
hereto. ThB public ceremony of receiv?
ing the boreta will take place April 22d.
An order Of artest hes' been issued in
a new suit against Wm. M Tweed, with
$3,000,000bail. Afurlherorder of attach?
ment against Tweed's property has been
granted, but details are withheld until
the levy is made, Tho proceedings are
under a new lav/, which' authorizes at?
tachment concurrently with the order of
arrest' These proceedings are the fore?
runner Of suits against Sweeny, Con?
nelly, Woodward, Cowan and the re?
mainder of the ring.
Peovedhiice, April 8.?Lippitt, sup?
ported by the liquor dealers league, re
col ved 7,031 votes; Hazard, Independent
Republican, supported by the prohibi?
tionists, 7,660; Cutler, Democrat, 4,315;
no' election by tho people. The Go?
vernorship depends upon supplemental
elections to the Legislature. The law,
however, shuts Cutler out from the con?
test before the Legislature.
Thehton, N. J., April 8.?Tho Senate
defeated the bill permitting the olergy of
all denominations to givo religious in?
structions in penitentiary institutions.
LountvmLE, April 8.?The Court of Ap?
peals dcoides Jones eligible to the clerk?
ship of tho Court, notwithstanding the
allegation that Jones had accepted a
challenge to fight a duel.
Maucu Chunk, April 8.?Twenty-three
special police got on the train, but were
ordered off, and are now trudging home
afoot The policemen were refused
transportation because thoy refused to
work the pumps.
BUBmsBtrao, April 8.?Gen. Oaborae
represents everything quiet at Haselton
and vicinity since the arrival of the sol?
New York, April 8.?A man giving
the name of H. B. Carter delivered him?
self to tho police, saying he was a de?
faulter in' 850,000 to the Philadelphia and
Philadelphia, April 8.?Loye, who
killed his wife and out his own throat is
More troops are moving to Haselton.
An ordinance has been presented to
the City Counoil to allow a pneumatio
railway- tunnel through Brood otreet,
frotta Xipga to Prince street
, Mo., April ' 8.?Tho
Ox&rkBlotua was bnrnod; loss $90,000.
April 8. ?Seven Democrats,
" its anid four Bepubli
on the rcadaido were
Gil,' April 8^enator Gqr
cs to allow his name, to bo
dian'vo for nomination for
.Ga., April, 8.?Senator Ca?
.of tho Mexican exou>
here this morning.
. April fc-^Bowlea Baker
ins visited tho President,
' oh'ongas in the Feder
Assintant Attorney-General.Hill rotirea
upon tho adjournment of tho Supreme
Court, ? .
Judgo Loring oxpressos no intention 1
of retiring from the Court, of Claims,
Judge Peek, who has nearly reached 70,
will Boon retiro, but bis successor will
not be named till the vacancy occurs.
A telegram, received at the Navy De?
partment this afternoon, from ! Bear Ad?
miral Mulaney, commanding the North
Atlantic station, ^announces that tho
United States steamer Plymouth .has
sailed from Key West for Matanzas
and windward ports. Tho Ossippee for
Vera Cruz and tho coast of Mexico, and
tho Shawmut for Nassau and Waiting's
Islands. Tho other vessels attached to
the station were to sail for Hilton Head
Boon. No new cases of yellow fever at I
Key West are reported since tho North
rind commenced blowing. The Colo- ]
rado, (flag ship,) Worcester, Pawnee,
Dictator and Pinta go to Hilton Head.
Probabilities?For the South Atlantic
States, partly cloudy and warmer wea?
ther, with Easterly to Southerly winds
and slight change in barometer. For tho
Gulf States, generally cloudy weather
and light rain, with South to West winds,
followed by lower temperature and rising ]
New York, April 8.?The argument in
the Dana luibeas corpus case was hoard in 1
the Unhod States District Court, before
Judge Blatchford. Dana was present,
accompanied by his counsel, Messrs.
Willard Bartlett and Wm. ?. Bartlctt
Tho other side wore represented by Dis?
trict-Attorney Bliss and United States
Marshal Fiske. Judge Blatchford ro-1
served his decision.
Extract from the Beecher testimony:
Moulton nevor said to me that he told
Tracy that I was guilty of adultery with I
Elizaboth R. Tilton, and that he (Tracy)
said if this was true, it must be kept
quiet, at all hazards. It is absolutely
false, said the witness; there is not i
word of truth in it; it is false from be?
ginning to end; he never said anything
to me*about it, exoept what I havostated.
Ho never told me that he told Tilton of
having informed Tracy of it. This is
entirely false. I never told Moulton that
I was glad that Tilton had assented to
this course, and that, perhaps, good
would come out of it.
Yesterday's Market Reports.
Paris.? Rentes G3f. 82}o.
Liverpool?3 P. M?Cotton steady
I middling uplands 8; middling Orleans
8J@8J; sales 14,000; speculation and ex?
port 3,000; sales on basis middling up?
lands, nothing below low middling,
shipped March or April, 8 1-16; delivera?
ble April or May, 7 15-10; sales of Ameri?
5 P. M.?Sales on basis middling up?
lands, nothing below good ordinary, de?
livered June or July, oj; nothing below
low middling, shipped March, 8; de?
livered May or June, 8 1-16; delivered
I June or July, 8 3-16.
New York?Noon.?Stocks dull and [
lower. Money 4. Gold 143. -Exchange I
j?long 4.86; short 4.90. Governments
| dull. State bonds quiet Cotton dull
and oasv; sales 579?uplands 16Or?
leans li. Futures opened quiet: April
16 9-16(5,16 19-32; May 16 29-32@161-16;
June 17 9-32(5)17 5-16; July 17 9-16(5?
17 19-32; middling uplands 16|. Flour
a shade .firmer. Wheat - l(5)2o. better.
Corn le. better. Pork heavy, at 22.75.
Lard heavy?steam 159-16(5)15$. Freights |
7 P. M.?Money easy, at 4(5)5. Ster?
ling firm, at 4.86 J. Gold dull, at 14J(?
-15. Governments active and strong
new 5s 15 J. States quiet and nominal.
Cotton?net receipts 1,270; gross 1,373.
Futures olosed weak; sales 27,000: April
16 17-32(5)169-16; May 1613-16(aU6 27-32
June 17 3^16(5)17 7-32; July 17J(3)17 17-3S
August 171(5)17 21-32; September 179-32
(5)17 5-10; October 16|(a)10 21-32; No?
vember - 16 7-16(5)16 13-32; December
16 15-32(5)16.1; January Kifj(5)1611-16.
Cotton dull and easier; sales 1,005, at
1G jj(5}17. Southern flour firmer with
fair inquiry?common to fair extra 5.75;
good to ohoice ditto email@example.com. Wheat!
etter with moderate inquiry, closing
with scarcely so much firmness?1.25(a)
1.31 winter red Western; 1.32(5; 1.33 fori
amber do.; 1.35(5)1.41} for white West-]
ern. Corn a shade firmer and less active,
with very moderate demand? 91 J@92.l I
for Western mixed, afloat; 92(5,92J for1
yellow Western; 90(5390.', for Western
mixed, in store; 92J for old do., in store.
Coffee quiet and firm. Sugar steady.
Rice quiet and steady. Pork firmer?
new job lots 22.75(5)2:100. Lard firmer
prime steam 15$(ft)15 11-16. Whiskey
quiet, at 14. Freights lower?cotton,
Baltimore.?Flour steady and un?
changed. Whoat steady. Corn buoyant ]
and strong?Southern white 87(5,88; yel?
low 90. Provisions quiet and firm. Pork
|22.50. Shoulders 94. Lard steady? at
16. Coffee steady and unchanged. Whis?
key firmer, at 14. Sugar steady.
Chicaqo.?Flour demand light; holders
firm. Corn unsettled. Pork in fair de?
mand, at 22.25. Lard steady, at 15.45.
Whiskey unsettled, at 1.11.
Cincinnati.?Flour firm. Corn firm,
74(5)75. Pork in good demand?country I
22.00; city held at 22.25. Lard firm
steam 15J; kettle 151(5)15$. Bacon in
?ood demand?shoulders v\; clear rib
2J; clear 13(5)13}. Whiskey steady, at
St. Louis.?Flour active; low and me?
dium grades scarce and wanted. Corn
excited?No. 2 mixed 77@79l. Whiskey
firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork firm, at 2A25@22.50.
[Bacon strong and unchanged; only
limited jobbing domand. Lard firm, at
Louisville.?Flour unchanged. Corn
nominally G8@70. Provisions quiet
Pork 22.50. Bacon?shoulders OJ; dear
rib 18; clear sides 13ft. Prime lard
steam rendered 151; neroo 16; keg 17.
Whiskey; 1.11. Bagging firm, nt 12*?13.
Galveston.? Cotton quiet and un?
changed?middling 15g; low middling]
15J; good ordinary 14}; net receipts 262;
gross 822; exports Great Britain 721;
coastwise 49; Bales 38L
' A?cttrsTa.?Cotton steady, with mode?
rate demand?middling 15]; net recoipts |
toot receipt?793}1 export* ? ooastwise T
sales200.- 11 \ 1 >" " ' W
. . Memphis.-r-Cotton dulU-middling' 16;
net - receipts 444; | shipments 930; - sales
625..[j .. % >
y Savannah.?Cotton q?iot?middling'
10j low. middling 15J; good ordinary
14| ;^net rocoipts 1,081; exports coastwise
16|; gross receipts 52; exports coastwise
687; sales 590; spinners 260. < ]
Wilmington.? Cotton quiet and noxni
m?i-tiftlddUnR 15}; low middling 15|;
net receipts 112; gross 142.
Charleston. ?Cotton quiot?middling
16\; net receipts 176; exports Great Bri?
tain 2,031; coastwise 2,293; salon 600.
Mobile.?Cotton easy?middling 16j
6t)15J; low middling 151(0)153; good or?
dinary 14J(5)14|; net receipts 203; ex
ports coastwise 3,640; sales 250.
New Orleans?Cotton quiet and weak
?middling 16; low middling 15.}; good
ordinary 14]; net receipts 296; gross
1,211; exports Great Britain 8,221; sales
dling 16}; gross receipts 1,362.
CrvTL Riorts in Charlotte.?A negro
man, accompanied by bis wife and child,
reached this city on the 10 o'clock train
from Richmond, Tuesday night, and re?
gistered at tho Central Hotel as J. W.
A. Shaw, residenco not given. Ho de?
manded and was shown to a room, and
when supper was announced, he and his
wife entered the dining-room and took
seats at the table. In the meantime it
had been rumored about that a negro,
acting under instructions from Wash?
ington, had demanded accommodation
at tho hotel, and an excited crowd of
Bomo forty or fifty white men assembled
in front of the Central. Tho proprietor,
to avoid a difficulty, barred the front en?
trance to tho dining-room of tho hotel,
but tho crowd having found ingress by
the back way, (through the kitchen,) and
entering the dining-room, ordered him
to leave. Tho negro appeared very much
frightened, and willingly consented to
obey orders. He was allowed to see the
proprietor and hnve tho money re?
funded which ho had previously
paid. Rather than see him spend
the night on the streets, the co?
lored head-waiter at the Central of?
fered him the hospitalities of his
house, which was gratefully accepted.
Tho negro represented that he was from
Washington City, on his way to take
charge of a school in Charleston, 8. C.
Ho confessed to the head-waiter, at
whoso house he staid, that in stopping
at first class hotels, he was acting under
the advice of colored Congressman
Elliott, of South Carolina, who thought
.that the civil rights law should be tested
on all occasons. This negro, we learn,
was very insolent on tho train, and or?
dered the conductor to turn down his
seat, and to do several other little things
which ho could easily have done himself.
This insolent "C. R." had his comb cut
when ho reached this city, and we have
no apologies to make for the indignation
of those citizens who ordered him from
the hotel; in fact, it will be late in tho
day when tho Observer advises its read?
ers to eat any more dirt, much loss to ex?
press a fondness for it
The Price* of Health, like that of
liberty, is eternal vigilance. The vapor
laden air of spring exereisos a depressing
infiuenco on the vital powers. The
strongest feol this devitalizing effect; tho
weak ore prostrated by it Everybody is
more or less debilitated at this season,
and the feeble instinctively seek the help
of medicine. Unfortunately, the ?'re?
medy" resorted to sometimes aggravates
the mischief. Raw stimulants aro emi?
nently pernicious in such cases, and
drastic cathartics about as bad. The
vital principle needs succor and support,
and a reinforcing preparation that will
tone and rouse, while it regulates and
purifies the system, is the medicine that
nature demands. All the medicinal ele?
ments required for such emergencies aro
combined in Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
tho purest and most efficacious vegetable
elixir that the world has ever known. It
is a mild stimulant, a powerful tonic, an
unequaled appetizer, an absolute spe
cifio for diseased digestion, a Wonderful
nervine, a moderate cathartic, a remedy
for liver complaints and periodic fevers,
a cure for constipation, a specific for
rheumatism, of ossontial use in all ail?
ments to which the feebler sex are
subject, and as a general household
medicine unequaled and unapproached.
These are the properties which have
made Hostetter's Bitters famous every?
where. See to it. however, that you
have tho true article, for tho land is in?
fested with swarms of local bitters, made
from condemned liquors and worthless
drugs, which greedy wretches, who
speculate on human lifo, recommend :?-s
panaceas for every ill that flesh is heir
to. Beware of the charlatans anil their
Mu. Lick's Reasons for Revocation.
Mr. James Lick, in giving his reasons
for revoking his deed of trust, suited to
a reporter of tho San Francisco Chronicle
thnt a strong indncomcnt was the tor?
ture he suffered from the agents of be?
nevolent societies to which he had not
made benefactions. They were conti?
nually at his bed-sido importuning him
to amend tho deed so as to includo them.
Another reason was an evident deter?
mination on the part of his relatives to
tost the validity of the deed in the courts.
A nephew had already brought a suit for
$40,000 for services which ho claimed to
In this gontle and persuasive way, tho
Louisville Courier-Journal invites Presi?
dent Grant to relieve his party of its
most troublesome problem: "General
Grant is rich, middle-aged and oelebrated.
Congress has adjourned. Tho 'family' is
provided for. Let him begin to parse
the verb go out?to go out going out,
gone out 'I go out'is the mood, tense,
gender and number for him, over his
Bpring julep and his mid-day cigar, first,
last and all the time. Between this and
the 5th of March, '77, he can make him?
self personally a popular favorite, retir?
ing with a patriotic address and a na?
How to Restore thb Prosperity or
the State.?Keep you money at home.
Do not send away' for anything which
you oan obtain as well here as elsowhere.
We do not advocaie paving ?5 for that
which you can buy abroad for even $4.90;
* ut when yon can b?y your Blank Books,
f tho best grade, at prices as low as
Tew York, then send to Walker, Evans ft
Cogswell, Charleston, 8. C, and purchase
what you, need. All their Blank Books
xro made in Charleston, find your en?
couragement WUl. sustain a worthy manu?
facturing enterprise. . M21f
, f . i ??"
Iowa can boast of 3,763,166 miles of
Vioe digs its own voluptuous tomb.
K Ohio fs?aine^ in Asia Minor con?
tinue*. An appeal for help has been re?
ceived from Oozoonloo, a village about
forty miles'North of 'Crosarea. It was
signed by eight of the principal men of
the place, and stated that the people had
suffered for the past year and a half
from famine, and were reduced to ex?
treme destitution. "We have not proper
food oven for a single day. What our
condition is you may know from this?
that some among us, having given way
to despuir, havo sold their girls for wheat
and barley. There are now 500 desti?
tute persons in the village, one-half of
whom will perish within a month unless
they receive help. Until within a short
time they have gathered roots, seeds,
?See., and have thus been kept alive, but
now snow has fallen, and nothing is to
Sot'ioe Mania.?A ? -cycle of sui-1
cide" seems to have como upon Balti?
more. The third cose of madness of this
kind in a week is reported, the victim
I boing a German, fifty-lour years of age,
I named Peter Defford, who made his
quietus with a penknife. It is a state of [
j wide-spread demoralization in commu
I nities that develops the suicidal mania
in so many individuals, and gives to
I self-destruction its occasional epidemic
j form. These "cycles of crime"* and
madness are recognized calamities, pro
[ ceeding from well-defined causes.
The Weekly Mountain Eagle, of Jasper,
Ala, has, like all other newspapers, a
few subscribers who misunderstand
everything they read. The following
paragraph appears in the lost issue of the
Eagle: "Explanation.?Through some
unaccountable misunderstanding, our
advertisement of an article found by us
a short time sinco has created some puny
dissatisfaction?a tempest in a teapot.
For the information of the party or par?
ties we will state that the specified article
is what is termed in female parlance?a
oauteu ?are you satisfied now?"
Dan. Rice lias como out of the shadows
of bankruptcy with a smiling face and
proposes to start his old show this month.
The reason Dan. got out of his troubles
so quickly was because he owed $85,000
and had assets valued at $00. This was
a thin exhibit, thereforo, for creditors,
and not one of them appeared tho other
day at the called meeting. Dan. is going
to borrow tho money to set himself up
again from his wife, who always keeps a
'few shots in the locker."
When Beecher declined kissing tho
Bible, on boing sworn to testify, there
was a sensation in the assembled crowd.
It was a sensation of amazement. Peo?
ple looked at Elizabeth and then at the
j old greasy book, and wondered with
much wonder if he could kiss the first,
why not the last But Mr. Beecher is an
eccentric man of genius.
Conversation between Northern tourist
I and a native in Florida: "What do yoi
live off here in the summer?" "Fish!"
"Well, what in the winter?" "Yankees!"
ON the 0th instant, between McKen
zie's Store and the Railroad Depot,
one TWENTY DOLLAR BILL. Thi
finder will be rewarded by leaving same
at McKenzie'^ Confectionery.
April 9 _
Who feeds me from his grocery store,
And shows me every day a score
Of dainties, finer than before?
Groceries, Family Supplies, Pure]
Liquors, Winea, &e.
Whoso clerks are smiling, childlike,
And always at my service stand
Attentive to my least command?
Breakfast Strips, Beef Tongues, Sal?
mon Bellies, Fulton Market Beef,
Canned Goods and Other Delicacies.
Who cares for no -.nan's sruile or frown,
While ha can koap his prices down,
Yet sells the finest goods in town?
A Splendid Assortment of New Cof?
fee and Teas?Japan, Oolong, Gun?
powder, Hyson, Imperial and Mixed.
And can I ever cease to be -
The best of customers to thoe,
Who ahvays did so well by uw,
Fancy Crackers, Baisins, Nuts, New
Flour and Buckwheat.
I'll koep to the store I like so well,
Neath Mr. Gorman's big hotel,
And kept by Hardy S-O-L
^hPrices atill lower, and goods fresh
every day. _ ? April 9
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 oare.
Terms?Primary Department $3.00 per
month; Intermediate, $4.00; Languages,
$5.00. J. J. MoOANTS,
April 4 lmo_Principal.
Thursday, April 8.
MRS. C. E. REED will
have her opening of the
latest and most fashionable
tylos of MILLINERY, &c?
consisting of "BTRAW and
LEGHORN HATS and
BONNETS. Also, LACES,
KID GLOVES, CORSETS,
BUSTLES, with an ele?
gant assortment of Ladies' and Misses'
SUITS, Just selected in Now York and
olBowhc'ro, all of whioh will be t;old At
tho lowest prices. Ladies and the pub
lio In- general will plooso caU ana be
convinced that the above are real facts.
April 7 3
grand central dbf-goods kstab'ment
l&F&l. D. & GO.
HAVING added to onr already large |
and attractive stock, during tne
past few days, n great many NOVEL?
TIES, suitable for the season of the year,
we would call the attention of purchasers
To an examination of our stock, before
making their selections.
Our assortment of WHITE SHIRTS,
NECK TIES and Gents' FURNISHING I
GO0D8, is not surpassed by any house j
this side of New York.
We invite every one to call and be j
suited at the
Grand Central Dry Goods Establish'nt |
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
COLUMBLY, S. C.
??T- SAMPLES sent gratuitously to all I
parts of the country on application.
Full lines of
EXHIBITION AT THE OLD WD
8. C. SHIM k ?0.
THE stock is all new and well bought.
Opening THIS DAY, all kinds of]
PRINTS, Printed CAMBRICS, Printed
PERCALES, and a genoral stock of
Pillow Case COTTONS and SHEET
IN GS of the best brands. You can now
get those justly celebrated brands of
Black ALPACAS, so weU known by the
customers of the old house. SPECIAL
BARGAINS IN BLACK SILKS. AR we
ask is a call, and we will convince you
that this is the place to buy vour DRY
GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES; &c., to the
JOHES, DAVIS & BOUXNIGHTS,
Successors to R. C. Shiver & Co.
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $9.00 to $14.00.
KIN Alt I> & WILEY.
Spring Clothing! h|
Spring Clothing $
I The Largest and Best Stock
Ever seen here,
AT D. EPSTIN'S,
UKDEE COLUMBIA HOTEL.
STYLES, New and Handsome!
FABRIC and DESIGN. Elegant!
BEST MAKE UP!
PRICES, Lower than ever!
Very full lines of Bovs' and Youths'
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS and
Call and examine at
April 4 Under Columbia Hotel.
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $9.00 to $14.09.
KIN ARD A WILEY.
CITY HALL GROCERY.
COMPRISES arrivals of NEW HAMS.
BONELESS SHOULDERS, Extra
BREAKFAST STRIPS, Extra George's
Bank CODFISH, Boneless CODFISH,
Large accessions of Brandy Cherries,
Preserves, Ac, Ac. Canned?Salmon,
Tomatoes, Lobs teh^^Pruits?Oranges,
A and w)
I mixed, G
I replonishe ,
F. 8. ?Oardlh fjffiy 1W Mho' and
I the finest asisAtmpr^ffiower Seeds
ever brought to Columbia; For sale low.
Apr 2 JfcQRQERYMMERS.
ASMART, intelligent LAD, who writes
a good hanfi&gsK oft* o work. Ad?
dress, in own hand-writing, "KEY BOX
34." April 2
3T JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Friday) MOENING, Oth, at 10
o'clock, I will sell, at my store,
Tierces Smoked HAMS.
Tiorces Sugar-cured Canvassed HAMS.
Snudl kits Double Gilt Goshen BUT- .
Soda and Sweet CRACKERS, Ac, Ac.
Sundry articles of Furniture, Cooking
Stove, Ac., Ao. _April 9 1
By SEIBELS & EZELL, Auctioneers.
* South Carolina?Rich land County.
BY virtue of a power contained in ? ^
mortgage, executed by Katie Rollin
to William H. Dial, of MadiBoc Ccunty,
Florida, on the 4th day of August, 1873,
I will Bell, 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 Sumter
street, measuring thereon two hundred
and twelve (212) feet, more or less; on
the South by Patrick Spellman, measur?
ing thereon one hundred and seventy
nine (179) feet, more or less; and on the
East by Mrs. Mary McMahon, measuring
thereon two hundred and twelve (212)
feet, more or less, being in shape and
form a rectangular parallelogram of one
hundred and seventy-nine (179) feet,
more or less, by two hundred and twelve
(212) feet, more or loss. Terms cash.
GEO. L. DIAL, Agent,
April 8 For W. H. DIAL. _
TUESDAY EVENING, AFBIL 13.
MISS ANNA E. DICKINSON
Will deliver her intensely thrilling sketch,
"JOAN OP ARO I"
66npO sum up ANNA DICKINSON and
JL express her best, in fewest words,
as she is in reality 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
have been so marked, on the woman side
of the race, as Miss Dickinson. She is
the crowning personage of a peculiar
class of genius and greatness, headed by
Hypntia, and succeeded by Joan of Arc
and Fanny Wright In ability, she stands
side by sido with the. former and the lat?
ter/ and in the wonderful display of her
meteoric eloquence and brilliant genius,
she ranks with Joan of Arc, the heroine
of one nation and the 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 nhino in history-as tho
brightest girl that the nineteenth century
gave to America."?Philadelphia Press.
Seats on sale at Wheeler House.
Admission 75c. Reserved seats $1.00.
Doors open at 7.15. Commence at 8.
_ California and Imported
Wines, Liquors, Etc.
JUST received, direct from
"California, a carload of supe
, rior WINES and BRANDIES,
ule of delicious grapes in
that highly favored country,
i Best Imported Scotch WHISKEY,
Old Jamaica RUM, Holland GIN,
t)turd and other brands BRANDY,
Sherry, Port and Madeira WINES.
I am also manufacturing
I that superior LAGER BEER,/
for which my brewery hasl
I acquired ouch a deserved re**
I putation. Give it a trial?it is pure and
warranted free from any deleterious in?
gredients. Physicians recommeud it
I if Also, best brands Imported and
ba*M*A Domestic CIGARS, Smoking and
"^"?^Chewing TOBACCO, Ac.
My SALOON is supplied with the beat
of everything. LUNCH every day, at 11
o'clock, Give me a call, at the sign of the
big barrel, JJes. 164 and 166 Richardson
street._JOHN C. SEEGERS.
S?\Y FHESfl 'GOODS
J. H. KINARLVS
... ? <:?- '
LARGE assortment of rich and beauti?
ful DRESS GOODS.
The styles and patterns of PRINTS
are numberless to variety, and ?vary de~
Sartmont of his large establishment has
een replenished with aeefSBSMms re?
freshingly seasonable a&d;.acooajtaodat
ingly priced. ,;
Is superbly stocked.
jzsr-Mr. Kinard invitee a i
Coming Involution! J
Yes, Mary's knssedLlittle lamb,
Which badso aard a time, <
Disposing of that diamond ham,
Sought Mary for a dime. jSf^jJ,
It sallied forth, in attprious haste, <
Determined then to spend it;
For speedy cure of pain it - felt, .
And thought "a smoke" would end it 1
Celebrated 5 Cent Oigara?.
To Perry A Slawson it torbke'd
The dWto bVtovas^. ='
In something ttoe, wM^'could bo"
And cause the ham digested. , f
Unrivalled Half Diioa Cigars!
The; ?.Indian Girl" srahraoed the lamb,
And give it twcrelfaxsr
The lamb; relieved ins&anler, cried
, ???ldocnt, ye little stars."
A few more left of these sameramaceaa
I at PERRxT A 8LAWS?NS
Apr 6 Cigar and Tobacco Qtorov