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London, April 10.?Tho coal masters
of South Wales agreed to stop the lock?
out for a wo ck and throw open the pita
at a reduction of' ten per cent If work
is hot resumed, a further reduction will
bo demanded. They, give the men one
week to consider the. question. If the
terms are rejected, 15,000 men will bo
unemployed. . ,
Cardinal Manning has- opened a Ca
thplio college at Kensington. He said ho
regarded himself entrusted with 1 a com?
mission for warfare. He believed tho
church was approaching a crisis the most
fiery, for,300 years.
Madbid, April 10.?The head position
in the Madrid University has been con?
ferred noon Senor La Fennte, formorly
editor of a Carlist newspaper. No Libe?
ral professor would accept the post'
?There is muoh dissatisfaction at the ap
Sointment of La Fennte, and the stu
onts are signing a protest against it, to
be presented to the Government
New Obleanb, April 10.?Charley Bon?
der, formerly Vice-President of the Teu?
tons! National Bank, suicidod?cause,
Judge A. A. Atoche, provost marshal
undor Butler, is dead.
Tho Erie Railway Company announces
reductions of faro from Now York, tak?
ing effect on Monday next, as follows: To
New Orleans, from $50 to $14; Mobile,
from $45 to $39; Memphis, from $38.25 to
$32.25; Montgomery, from .$37.50 to
$31.50; with proportionate reductions
from Boston and Philadelphia to the
Doveb, Dsn., April 10.?Paul Boynton
started at 4.30 A. M. to cross the channel
in his lifo-snfo dross. A press boat is ac?
companying him, laying a telegraph
cable. A telegram, dated mid-channel,
7.16 iu M., says: Boynton is fourteen
mile?-. int, going splendidly, in good
spirits and smoking. Cape Griesney is
New Yohk, April 10.?Tho ship Ma?
dura, from Bremen foi Ne-r York, was
abandoned, and the captain and eleven
men brought here. The first and second
mates and nine men, who had left the
ship in a boat wero drowned.
Colonel John M Powell, once a wealthy
Mississippi planter, committed suioide
by morphine. Powell's grandfather was
Georgo Washington's cousin.
Dan. Bryant, the minstrel, is danger?
ously ill of pneumonia.
Lords'V. Frenoh, Secretory, and.Chaa.
S. Gaoia, connected with the Palisades
bogus Insurance Company, indioted for
conspiracy to defraud, were convicted, j
The accounts of the China agent of the j
Pacific Mail Steamship Companyi have I
been examined and found correct The
mistakes existed in tho accounts of the
agency between Hong Kong and Yoko-i
No trouble from the strike of the long
shoromen, but neither party show signs
Tho editorial and city staff of the Tri?
bune, whioh was, this morning, for the
first time,' issued from its magnificent
new building, signaled the event by the
presentation to Mr. Whiteinw Bold of a
sot of oilvor.
Scbanton, April 10.?The ballot taken
by several mines resulted in 1,512 for
and 319. against work The result gives
< unbounded satisfaction.
Omasa, April 10.?Emigration West?
ward, is unprecedented. 9,300 passed
since March 1, and 1,000 aro waiting
here for cars'.
Salt Lake, April 10.?Judge Boremon,
in trying a polygamy caso at Beaver,
Utah,- decided that polygamy is a conti?
nuous crime, and limitations do not ap
' vTAshtnoton, April 10,?Hines, recent?
ly Marshal of Alabama, was arrested on
a chnrgo of complicity in tampering with
mail bids. He will be examined by the
United States Commissi on or this after?
noon. Kettle, also implicated, is among
ProbabiUties?For tho South Atlontio
States, generally cloudy weather will
prevail, with rain and variable winds,
mostly from the East and South, station?
ary or falling barometer, followed by
' rising barometer and cooler weather, ex?
cept near the South' Atlantic coast
Lieutenant Tot ten and Lieutenant
Gurry, at Charleston, aro detailed to pay
colored soldiers relieved. Lieutenant
Commander B. S. Chew is dead.
Memphis, April 10.?A fire at Green?
ville, Miss., destroyed a planing mill
and other buildings; loss $50,000. Se?
veral citizens were hurt by falling chim?
Key Wsst, April 10.?The weather is
still cool. No case or eases of yellow
fever since the last telegram. Tho fleet
all gone. The health of the city as re?
ported by the health ofiloor is unusually
Memphis, April 10.?The Gibson
County Ku Klux were acquitted.
Pottsvxixe, April 10.?Tho inner s'
Journal says the supply of coal is a mil?
lion tons short of last year.
Washington, April 10.?Ex-Marshal
Hines, of Alabama, was released on
$2,600 bail for a hearing .on Tuesday
next, on the charge of offering a bribe to
a public officer in connection with mail
Augusta, Ga., April 10.?Frederick
Maxwell and Miss Corinne Danwoody
were drowned in Burohe's Mill Pond,
to-day, by .the capsizing of a boat, caused
by striking a snag. The bodies wero re?
covered and brought to tho city.
Yesterday* Market Reports.
L<>kixw?Noon.?Krie> jtff. .
middling uplands 6; middling Orleans
8J@8i;&iea10,000; speculation and ox
port 1,000; sales American 6,800; ootton
to arrive'4ull; sales on baaia middling
Crloass,' nothing boW law middling,
deliverable April or May, 8.
Now Yobx?Noon.?Stocks rather dulL
Money ' 4ur Gold 151. Exohongo?Jong
4.8G; short. 4.90. Governments active.
Sta'to bonds quiet Cotton weak and
nominal; sales 168?uplands 16}; Orkans
17. Faturc:i opened steady:,. April 161(?>
17 l-l??17.i; Jnly *74; Augustl? 17-32<Vr>
17JW6jf3feptemb?r 17 mm Flour,
and ?om-firm. -Pork oniat at
trjrd. firm-steam. 15>16?i6}.
}^-f^:M-.ii^^QM,9smt at m.
Governments active and strong?now 6s
278; grow 706; <: Jtattna closed quiet and
steady; sales 60,fKK): April 16 646$
16 11-32; May 161? 16 17-32 y
16 27-32?16J; July Til 5-32; M?nt
17 9-32?17 5-16; September .16 15-16?
16 31-32; October 163; November 16 3-10
?16k December 16 7-32@161; January
i? 7-I6?16.}. Cotton weak and nominal;
sales 1,880, at 163?17. Flour In aotive
request and 5@10o. higher?6,firstname.lastname@example.org
for common to fair extra Southern; 5.95
?8.25 for good to ohoico do. Wheat ir?
regular and unsettled, closing moro
Bteady and moro doing?1.27?1.29 for
winter red Western; 1.30? 1.32 for am?
ber do.; 1.35? 1.41 for white Western.
Corn 2c. better and activo domand?92?
94 for Western mixed, in store; 92J?9fA
do., afloat; 94} ?95 for Western and
Southorn yellow, afloat; 93}?95 for old
Western mixed, in store; 95 do., afloat;
93} for new Western yellow. Pork lower
?new job lots 22.50. Lard firmer?
15 9-10 for prinio steam. Coffee and rice
quiet. Sugar and molassos firm. Freights
quiet?steam, cotton 7-32; groin 5?5}.
Batik statement?Loans decreased
61,350,000; specie increased $1,875,000;
legal tenders increased $1,500,000; do
posits increased $1,000,000; reserve in
.Louisville.?Flour unchanged. Corn
quiet, at 71?73. Provisions quiet. Pork
clear rib and clear 125?13L Lard?
steam 15^; tierce 15J; keg 16.?. Whiskey
1.10. Bagging firm, with advancing ten?
dency, nt 123? 13.}.
Chicaoo.?-Flour demand light and
holders firm. Corn buoyant and unset?
tled?No. 2 mixed lO^lO;^ Pork in
fair demand and lower, at 21.u0. Lml 1?
fair demand and lowor?15.20. Whis?
key dull and nominal.
?t. Louis.?Flour firm and unchanged.
Corn dull and declining?No. 2 mixed
75?77. Whiskey nominally 1.11. Pork
declining, at 22.00. Bacon easier?shoul?
ders 9V; cloarrlb 12j?13; clear 13.]?
133. Lord nominally 15.
Cincinnati.?Flour firm. Corn steady,
at 73? 75. Pork dull and declining, at
email@example.com. Lard steady?steam 15?;
kettle 15?. Bacon in fait demand and
lowor?shoulders 9; clear rib 121; clear
13. Whiskey steady, at 1.10.
Baltimore.?Flour quiot and un?
changed. Wheat?Pennsylvania red
1.32? 1.33; others unchanged. Corn
steady?Southern white 88?90; yellow
91}. Provisions quiot Pork steady",
at 22.50?23.00. Bacon quiot and un?
changed. Lard steady. Coffee quiet
and unchanged. Whiskey quiet, at 1.13.1
?14. Sugar strong?101? 101.
Mem mis. ?Cotton dull?middling 15};
net receipts 203; shipments 1,537; sales
Philadelphia..? Cotton dull?middling
16}; gross receipts 169.
Nonfolk.?Cotton quiet?middling 16;
net receipts 1,021; exports coastwise
1,350; sales 100.
Boston.?Cotton quiet and unchanged
?middling 16J; net receipts 126; gross
320; sales 379.
152; net receipts 107; sales 84.
161; net receipts 999; saleB 200.
Galveston.?Cotton dull and un?
changed?middling 15jj; net receipts
838; gross 896.
Modems.?Cotton quiet?middling 15J
l@15J; net receipts -465; exports coast
I wise 1,127; sales 600.
161@16J}; low middling 161?16j; good
ordinary 15??15|; gross receipts 759;
exports continent 100; coastwise 3t!0;
sales 216; spinners 90.
151] low middling 151; good ordinary
1-15; net receipts 1,039; sales 832.
New Orleans.?-Cotton quiet and un
I changed?middling 16; net receipts 137;
gross 1,724; exports France 1,827; coast?
wise 609; sales 4,850.
The Price or Health, like that of
liberty, is eternal vigilance. The vapor
laden air of spring exercises a depressing
influence on the vital powers. The
strongest feel this devitalizing effect; the
weak aro 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 coses, and
drastic cathartics about as bad. The
vital principle needs succor and support,
and a reinforcing preparation that will
tono and rouse, while it regulates and
purifies tho system, is the medicine that
naturo demands. All the medicinal ele?
ments roquired for such emergencies are
combined in Hostettor's Stomach Bitters,
tho purest and most efficacious vegetable
elixir that the world has over known. It
is a mild stimulant, a powerful tonic, an
unequaled appetizer, an absolute spe
oific for diseased digestion, a wonderful
nervine, a moderato cathartic, a remedy
for liver complaints and periodic fovers,
a cure for constipation, a specific for
rheumatism, of essential use in all ail?
ments to which tho 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 the true nrtiole, for the land is in?
fested with swarms of local bitters, made
from condemned liquors and worthless
drugs, which greedy wretches, who
speoulate on human life, recommend aa
panaceas for every ill that flesh is heir
to. Beware of the oharlatans and their
poisons. - A9|3M
How to Restobji the Prosperity or
the Stats.?Keep you money at home.
Do not send away for anything which
you can obtain as well here as olaowhor 1.
We do not advocate paying $5 for that
which you can buy abroad for even $4.90 ;
but when you can buy your Blank Books,
of the beet gv?4e, at prices as low as
New York, then aenfl to Walker, Evans &
Cogswell, Charleston, S. C, and purchase
what you need. All their Blank . Books
ire mado in Charleston, and your en?
couragement will sustain a worthy manu?
facturing enterprise. 1121 f
Tho Cincinnati! OitnmUciai hzz s fee
simile of tho signature of Mr.' J.IC. New,
pfths First Na?Qwtf. Bank, of Indiana
polls, tho appointed sucoeesor of General
Spinner as Treasurer of tho. United
States. From this it would appear that
the country is only, to have a change
S>m one .remarkable signature to onc?
er. It looks like a handful of fish
. Mr. Solomon Smith, aged ninety-two
years, died at Equality Post Office, An?
demon County, last week.
. . SAXBzn Poland as a Punch Maker.?
'Even Poland likes his ??tod." I would
; rather' count all the money in the trea?
sury, which has to ho dono before Spin?
ner leaven, than undertake to tell you
how many cock-tails have disappeared
inside of that "old blue coat," oil but?
toned down before. When he first oame
hero some of tho old boys thought it
would be splendid to see old dignity P.
"how come you so," so they attempted
to "put up a joV on him. A stag party
was inaugurated, and the "waiter wsb
implicitly Instructed to give tho momber
from Vermont a double dose every time.
This ho faithfully did, but what was tho
astonishment of all wdien every time tho
"wine wont round" tho old duffer com?
plained of tho weakness of his beverage,
and made the waiter braco it up. They
had reckoned beyond thoir host. Ho
was as bright as a new shilling in tho
morning, and as ho gazed on tho pros?
trate forms of tho conspirators, like Al?
exander, he sighed for more?whiskey?
The joko leaked out, and the Green
Mountain boy set his wits to work to re?
taliate'. Cn a certain evening, he invited
the same parties to a kind of a hot Scotch
masquerade. The guests assembled "on
time." Forth is brought tho "whiskey,"
smoking hot It was not long before it
was discovered that the punch was too
strong. "Add somefi more hot water,"
said the judge. The suggestion was
acted upon, and again ana ngain the
water was added; stiii tho stronger tho
beverage became. It was wonderful.
Finally, it was decided that the strength
was only in the imagination of the
drinkers. This decision was, however,
reversed when the gay worshippers at
the shrine of Bacchus sought the "soft
side of a plonk" for a downy couch.
There was some talk of a partition of Po?
land the next day, when it was disco?
vered that the magic kettle, which was
supposed to contain water, was full of
whiBkoy all the time, and every drop
addod therefrom only made the punch
Monte Christo's escape from the sack
in which he was flung into the sea from
tho Chateau dTf has been imitated by an
ingenious Persian. Having incurred tho
displeasure of a high functionary at Shi
raz, Mohammed Mirza wascondemend to
be fastened up in a sack with a viper, a
cock and a cut, and after an hour's time,
when the hapy family had improved
their acquaintance, the sack and its con?
tents were to be thrown into tho river.
Fortunately for Mohammad Mirza, his
executioners forgot to> search his pocket,
which* contained small knife. Directly
the mouth of tho sack was closed upon
him and his companions, he cut in half
the viper, which was already encircling
his leg, the cook and the cat were next
dispatched, and our Persian occupied
the remainder of his hour by simulating
a violent fight of the animals, and giving
forth the most excruciating cries of
agony. In due time sack and all were
consigned to the water, and then Mo?
hammed Mirza, speedily freeing himself
from the prison, gained the other side of
the riyer, and came post haste to Europe,
for the futuro a voluntary exile from the
What toe Nation Dmnks.?The im?
ported brandies, wines, cordials, gin
and other spirits for the year ending
Juno 30, 1874, had a value, duty in?
cluded, of $0,300,000. Thoy amounted
in nil to nearly 2,000,000 gallons. Tho
domestic distilleries furnished in the
same year 65,000,000 gallons to the trade.
The breweries added 9,000,000 barrels,
or 270,000,000 gallons of malt liquors.
The imported liquors cost the consumer
about $12,000,000; the native liquors
cost him about $200,000,000, and tho
malt liquors $200,000,000 more?a total
of a little more than $100,000,000, or $10
to the head of the population. But as
tho number of those who drink is proba?
bly not more than 5,000,000, the amount
for each is $80 per annum, $1.50 a week,
25 cents a day as the average. The sum
looks large, but a "nation of drunkards"
cannot be mado on 25 cents a day; con?
sequently some drinkers must get more
than their share.
A Child's Queer Idea. ?The other day
a New York lady went to pay her re?
spects to one of the latest arrivals on the
list of babyhood, when tho following
colloquy tbok place between her and the
little four-year-old sister of the now
comcr: "I have come for that baby now,"
said the lady. ""You can't have it," was
tho reply. "But I must, I came over on
purpose," urged the visitor. "Wo can't
spare it at all," persisted tho child, "but
I'll get a piece of paper and you can cut
out a pattern."
As a young darky employed in a Sa?
vannah boarding-house was tripping
homo from tho store, tho other day, with
a jug of molasses on his head, the bottom
fell out and let tho vessel and contents
down over his phsiognomy. He was
surrounded in a few moments by a dozen
negro boys, and such a licking as they
gave him surpasses description.
Mrs. N. H. Collins, living a few miles
below Barnwell, gave birth to three
bouncing boys on the 25th nit, and two
of them are still living, and promise
well. They were each fully developed,
we learn, and Mr. Collins is a happy
The following gentlemen were elected
Intendant and Wardens of the town of
Blacks took last Tuesday: Intendant?J.
E. Craig. Wardens?E. F. Pagen, J. E
Johnston, W. D. Biohardson, G. L. Ken?
The Millerites now assert that the world
will oome to an abrupt oonolusion on
June 15. Prof. Tico, of St Louis, also
predict;) terrific cy clou en aboutthat time.
This is very severe on the "leafy month
The. Norristown Herald is hypercritical.
It grumbles because John Henry Brown
spoils his name "Junius Henri Browne."
He ought to be thankful that the idiot
don't spoil it ^onions HenredgbBraughne.
The newspaper men of the South-west
aro holding a convention at St Louis to
do v in o means for the better compensation
Of journalistic labor.
A gang of three-card monte men swin?
dled Captain Hall, of Marlon, out of
$1,000 on tho Wilmington, Columbia and
AuguotV Kailrond, loot week.
, Henry Soiger, who is charge with the
murder of a young lady in Anderson
County lost mil, has been taken to
Greenville for trial.
; There is. not^jnuoh -chance, for.
runaway matches in Prussia under
the recently adopted civil marriage
act. The consent of the father is
necessary before the wedlock up to
the end of the young man's twenty
fifth year and the young woman's!
twenty-fourth; but if the father bo
dead, then the mother's is required;
and if neither parent be living,
that of the sponsors.
An Irishman found a Govern?
ment blanket, ami rolling it up,
put it uuder his arm and walked
off, saying: "U for Fatrick and S
for McCarty; be me sowl, but this
larnin's a foine thing, as me fay
ther would say: for ef I hadn't any
odicatiou I wouldn't have been
a ft her finding me blanket."
Misprints will present themselves
in othor columns besides those of
newspapers. The author of a tem?
perance novel who wrote "Drunk
onnoss is folly," was horrified to
road, "Drunkenness is jolly."
THE Gil AND OPENING
Ii in ui?? piBO? Oil
J. H. KHJABD'S.
April 11 1
Unpaid Gas Bills.
MY office being closed on Saturday,
consumers will be allowed the FIVE
PER CENT. DISCOUNT on bills paid
Sec. and Tress. Col. Gas Light Co.
Mechanics' and Farmers' Building
and Loan Association.
AMEETING of the Mechanics' and
Farmers' Building and Loan Asso?
ciation will bo hold on TO-MORROW
(Monday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock, in the
Hall over E. R. Stokes' Book Bindery.
Money loaned and dues received.
T. H. GIBBES.
April 111 Sec. and Treasurer.
Independent S. F. E. Company.
AN extra meeting I
of the active and j
I honorary members of
\t h o Independent
'Steam Fire Engine
ICompany will be held
day) NIGHT, at 81
A. C. SQULER, Jb., Sec'y.
Bacon, Peanuts, Sec.
<OX BOXES Prime Drv Salt SIDES
?D and BELLIES.
10 boxes Smoked Sugar-cured Shoul?
20 tubs Choice Gilt-edge Butter.
15 tiorces choice Sugar-cured Hams.
200 bushels Peanuts.
Just received anil for sale at lowest
market rates by C. J. LAUREY.
April 11 _ 3
AT PARKER'S HALL,
I TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 & 1^
rrMD3 only strictly moral Minstrels now
I traveling. The most fastidious can
attend without tho least fear of being
Admission. 50c. Reserved Seats, 75c.
Reservod Seats can be purchased at Par?
ker's Hall on Tuesday evening.
April 11 _2
A FIREMAN'S TOURNAMENT will
J\. ho held in Columbia, 8. C, on
THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1875.
Under the auspices of tho Palmetto and
Independent Steam Fire Engine Com?
panies and the IMnunix Hook and Lad?
The following prizes have been offered
by the citizens for competition:
1st Prize, for steamers.$100
2d.? . 72
1st '? ?? Hook & Ladder Co.. 76
2d ? . '? " '?? " 50
1st ?? ?? Hose Cos. and Hose
2d. " 50
Companies intending to participate in
the Tournament, will please communi?
cate with Capt W. B. Stanley, Chief En?
gineer, Columbia, S. C.
Copies of the Order of Exercise will be
furnished on application to T. H. Black
well, Secretary of the Committee of Ar?
THOS. DODAMEAD, Chairman.
T. H. BmcxwatL, Secretary.
CITY HALL GBOCBBV!
GRAND OPENING of spring and sum?
mer GROCERIES. WINES, and so
on, such as
Viz; Hams, Smoked Beef, Tongues,
Breakfast Strips, Ac.
As Pressed Corned Beef, Canned Sal?
mon, Lobster, Oysters, (extra,) Toma?
toes, Peas, Apricots, Pino Apple, Ac.
As the finest Fancy Family Flour,
Pearl Grist, Fresh Bolted Meal, Gilt
Edge Butter, Pure Leaf Lard, Raw and
Parched Coffees, and Teas of inap?
proachable purity and flavor.
Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins, Whis?
kies, Champagnes, Clarets, Hocks? all of
guaranteed purity, strength and general
My Stock is replenished daily; tho lew
goods enumerated above are bat a small
portion of tbo stock which Is offered, si
!,ttractlvo prices, in the handsomest store
n Columbia. GEO. SYMMERS.
c. f. JACKfeoiir;
JUST BACK FROM
Attract ions Still Increasing
GRAND CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTAB'MKNT
ACASE of Japanose POPLINS, at 50
cents a yard?worth double.
10 pieces SUMMER SILKS, at 75 cents
a yard?worth $1.00 a yard in New York.
10 pieces black GRENADINES, at 50
cents a yard?awful cheap.
A case of RIBBONS, comprising all
shades and widths, at popular prices.
100 dozen Ladies* SILK 4TIES, in all
the lates styles and colors.
All the departments have been largely
replenifihod the past week.
It will pay every one nocding such
goods as we keep to examine the exten?
sive and choice assortment of goods at
G Ii A XD CEXTRA L
Dry Goods Establishment
WM. D. LOVE & CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Samples sent gratuitously to all parts
of the country on application.
Quite a Move.
IT* E. JACKSON is moving to the fine
J? building on Main street, opposite
the City Hall, where he will keep on
hand a fine stock of DRUGS, Ac.
April 10 6
Rushing Sale of Cigars, "Walk?
ing Canes and Pipes.
"VTOW is the time for the old man need
J3I ing a substantial support, to secure
one of the old-style Hickory or beautiful
Florida CANES; the young gent, one of
the nobby sort?just tho thing to twirl
around the linger whilst puffing a "MO?
NOPOLY" or "NEW SENSATION." To-i
morrow you will need it, as well as again
for "Sunday's Smoking;" proceed at
once, therefore, to PERRY A SLAW SON'S
Cigar and Tobacco Store. April 10
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $9.00 to $14.00.
KINARD & WILEY.
NEW FBESI1 GOODS
LARGE assortment of rich and beauti?
ful DRESS GOODS.
The styles and patterns of PRINTS
are numberless in variety, and every de?
partment of his largo establishment has
been replenished with accessions re?
freshingly seasonable and accommodat?
The Millinery Department
Ls superbly stocked.
.?3r*Mr. Kinard invites a call.
Just Arrived i
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $9.00 to 014.00.
KINARD & WILEY.
The Largest und , Best Stock
Very full 11??* of BcW and Youths'
CLOTHING, Iral^NBSHING GOODS and
Call and'tigtiulne at
April 4 Un dor Columbia Ho tel.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
Under foreoloenre of mortgage lien of
Weil A Company vs. Conrad Wolst, at
10 o'clock TO-MORROW (Monday)
MOBNTNG, at my Btore, I will sell,
A variety of STORE GOODS, as per
schedule Terms cosh. April 11
By SEIBELS & EZELL, Auctioneers.
Sooxn Cabolina?Rich land County.
BY virtue of a power contained in a
mortgage, executed by Katie Rollin
to William H. Dial, of Madi?on County,
Florida, on tho 4th day of August, 1873,
I will sell, at the Court House, on MON?
DAY, tho 3d day of May next, within the
legal hours of sale,
All that lot of LAND, with tho Build?
ings thereon, containing six-sevenths of
on 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 twelvo (212) feet, moro or less; on
tho 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, moro 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 less. Terms cash.
April 8_WM H DIAL.
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 13.
MISS ANNA B. DICKINSON
Will doli vor. her intensely thrilling sketch,
"JOAN OF ARC!"
66rpO sum up ANNA DICKINSON and
I 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 tho race, as Miss Dickinson. She is
the crowning personage of a peculiar
class of genius and greatness, headed by
Hypatia, 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 shine in history as the
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.
I Who feeds me from his grocery store,
I And shows me every day a score
I Of dainties, finer than before?
Groceries, Family Supplies, Pur a
Liquors, Wines, &c.
I Whose clerks arc smiling, childlike,
And always at my servico stand
I Attentive to my least command?
Breakfast Strips, Beef Tongues, Sal?
mon Bellies, Fulton Market Beef,
Canned Goods and Other Delicacies.
Who cares for no man's smile or frown,
I While ho can keep his prices down,
i Yet sells the finest goods in town?
IA Splendid Assortment of New Cof?
fee and Teas?Japan, Oolong, Gun
powder, Hyson, Imperial and Mixed
And can I over cease to be
The best of customers to thee, ,
I Who always did so well by me,
Fancy Crackers, Raisins, Nuts, New
Flour and Buckwheat.
I'll keep to the store I like so well,
Noath Mr. Gorman's big hotel,
And kept by Hardy S-O-L
^?"Prices still lower, and goods fresh
every day._April 9
Prepare Your Own
bt tjstho tue
Granular Effervescent Salts.
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM VICHY, CRAB
ORCIIAD, KISSINGEN, FRIED?
RICHS HALL. The Salts represent in a
condensed and agreeable farm the me?
dicinal constituents of these various?
Mineral Waters, and, from. their conve?
nience and comparative cheapness, are
coming rapidly into Use. ?f CtXi pjJSpk
One or two large tea-apooh-fuls added
to a small tumbler of water, instantly
reproduces a draught of, tho- natural
Water, accompanied by ft,;sparkling
effervescence. For ?de*4
L. T. SDLLIMAN & CO.'8
April 0 ' Drugstore.
Odd Fellows* School.
THE undersigned has taken
charge of this School, and re
pectfuUy solicits patronage.
Jo labor spared to advanoo
pupils committed to his coro.
Tcms^-Primary Department, $3.00 per
mouth; Intermediate; ?4.00; Languages,
$5.00. ' J. J. McOAHTS,
April 4 lmo Principal.