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throw open tho pits to min cm on Mon?
day, at a reduction of fifteen per oeui:
The Uncle.Joe, from Norfolk, Vn., for
Liverpool, whioh put into Fayal da?
maged, has been repaired and resumed
A despatch to the Standard, from St.
Petersburg, reports that Marquis Do
Caux, husband of Adelina Patti, has been
killed in a duel.
The Btrike of tho cotton operators at
Blackburn is ended.
New Orleans, April 23.?A flro origi?
nated in.tho blacksmith shop of the John
Kyle. The cabin of the Kyle was enve?
loped in flames in two muiuiss aftsr tho
alarm was given. She drifted against
the Exporter and the Bodman, and the
three boats drifted with tho stream. The
people on board the Exporter jumped
aboard the Bodman, which also caught
fire, and the three vessels woro soon
burned. The lives lost aro ostimnted at
from 20 to 100. The Commander of the
United States steamer Kansas sent boats
and rescued thirteen. The jobbing tug?
boats made no effort to save life. There
was an excursion party from Cincinnati
or Pittsburg aboard, many of whom, it
is feared, are lost. The daughter of
Captain Reese, of the Exporter, is lost
Captain Shenkle, of the Bodman, was
b?gly burned and his son lost
Vjisw Orleans, April 24.?The hulls of
the Exporter i and Bodman were towed
across the river. The Kyle floated a
oonple of miles and sunk. Capt Reese,
of the Exporter, had a party aboard.
Most of the. ladies were ashore, but his
daughter was lost The l**e?t estimates
reduce tho lives lost to about fifty. Tho
captain and watchman of the Bodman
report about twenty-five womon and
children lost from that boat, and the
same number estimated by spectators
among the frantic crowd upon the Ex?
porter s forecastle. About twenty were
rescued, among whom were several la?
dies. Some of the rescued were badly
wounded, among whom were persons
who went aboard the burning boats to
assist in saving life. Some instances aro
Siven of extraordinary heroism and en
urance. All three boats were tied to
the same ting bolt, and in the hurry of
cutting the Kyle's moorings, three boots
were drifted. There was a lamentable
want of order among the skiffs and tugs
that endeavored to save lives. One boat
had oil, which floated burning on the
water among those struggling for the
shore. Some estimates placo the lost at
thirty or thirty-fpuf.
Saitjome, Oax., April 24.?St Joseph's
Roman Catholic Church was burned yes?
terday; loss $50,000.
Cxxx or Mexico, April 24.?The Arch?
bishops of Mexioo have issued an address
regarding the church laws. They en?
join obedience to the laws and advise
Catholics to be patient
Pim.AOET.PHiA, April 24.?Scofield's
large cotton mill at Many unk was burned;
New York, April 24.?The Spanish
residents commemorated the 259th anni?
versary of the death of Curvantes, author
of Don Quixotte, with flags, flowers and
Force A Son's linseed Oil factory was
burned; loss $120,000.
Gapt A. It. St. John, aged seventy
five, agent of the People's Line of Al?
bany steamers, suicided.
Tho Beecher trial will be adjourned
this week, to enable counsel- to prepare
their stories. A caterer has been found
who will swear Mr. and Mrs. Beecher
Were served by him on the alibi day. He
mode a note of it
Speoie shipments to-day over $1,000,
St. Lotus, April 24.?Reports from the
State show that three-fonrths of the fall
wheat crop is lost; there will be half the
average oat crop; corn will be planted
over. . The peach crop of Missouri "and
Arkansas- is nearly destroyed; apples
and pears are uninjured. Wheat in
Indiana is badly injured; tho rye and
barley crops ore also short, s The crops
in Kansas are in fine condition; wheat in
Michigan badly injured; Nebraska pros- ,
pects flattering; in Wisconsin, oats and
barley badly injured;> prospect for win?
ter wheat in Illinois very discouraging,
many wheat fields being plowed for corn.
Cuba, N. Y., April 24.?A young Irish?
man, named Lafferty, being refused by
tho eighteen-year old daughter of George
Vanney, living near Roekville, Allo
ghaney County, drew a revolver and shot
her in the head. Her mother hearing the
report of tho pistol, rushed in the room,
when Lafferty shot her in the right tem?
ple. He then placed . the pistol to his
. head and fired, blowing off tho whole
side of his head. The women. will re?
cover. He had previously killed his
Louisville, Kr., April' 24.?Several
thousand ticket-holders in the late li?
brary lottery have placed their coupons
in the hands of Blanton. Duncan, to
bring suit against the manager for breach
of contract, to recover the money.
Oswzoo, April 24.?Snow, three inches
Louiovxlle, April 24.?The approach
of warm weather does not encourage the
frinds of John C. Breokenridge, though
a serious result is not presently appre?
hended. Reports are mere favorable for
the tobacco plant
?Sr. Louis, April 24.?Arther B. Bar?
nett? Mayor, is dead.
Peovtoenob, R. L, April 24.?The
strikers in? the Natio and Arctio Mills
have notified the superintendent of their
willingness to resume. '
Wabuthoto?, April 24.?A report to the
signal office from Norfolk, this evening,
says a velocipede wind, at forty-two miles
an hour,, snapped the flag-staff of the
signal offica in that oity. Danger to tho
shipping Is apprehended.
First Lieutenant E. B. Edward, of tho
Sixth Infantry; First Lieutenant J. H.
Lord, Second Avtillery; First Lieutenant
J. M. Marshall, Fourth -Artillery,. have
been .appointed Captains , and Assistant
Quartermasters. The Quartermaster's
staff is now foU.
II may be stated, on. reliable authority,
that ; Secretary Briotow would: not accept
the Attorney-Generalship should the po?
sition bs tendered U> him. Tho , Presi?
dent has; not yot accepted the resignation
of Attornoy-Gonoral Williams, although
there is no dottfct ?ha.t he vrill do so.
There is only a rume^-for th* statement
that Hardy T. Blow baa been tendered
the portfolio of the Interior Department,
and that he Will accept it. Reports men- ?
tion tho nwo Of exr?enatpr Colo, of Cali?
fornia, in the same connection. ?
Probabilities?For the South Atlantic
and Qulf States, Tennessee and tho
Ohio valley, generally' clear weather,
variable winds, shifting to Northerly and
Easterly, lower temperature and rising
Yesterday's Market Reports.
Pauls. ?Kenten 64? 2Jo.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton dull and
unchanged?middling uplands 74.@8;
middling Orleans 81; sales 8,000; specu?
lation and export 1,000; sales basin mid?
dling uplands, nothing below low mid?
dling, deliverable April, 7?; sales of
New Yobe?Noon.?Stocks dull. Gold
15L Money 3. Exchange?long 4.88;
short 4.91. Governments dull. State
bonds dull. Cotton steady; ?ales 3,755?
uplands 16j; Orleans IS}. Futures
opened quiot: May 16 3-lCfVr>lC\; June
16J@16 9-16; July 163?16 13-16; August
16i(2>10 15-16. Fiour dull and drooping.
Wheat quiet and unchanged. Corn dull
and declining. Pork quiet?22.12.J. Lard
firm?steam 15}. Freights unchanged.
7 P. M.?Money easy?21@3. Ster?
ling steady?1.88. Gold dulf and firm?
15^?15J. Governments dull and strong
?new 5s 16}. States quiet and nominal.
Cotton?net receipts none; gross 509.
Futures closed cosy; sales 31.900: April
161?16 5-32; May 16 5-32; June 16 7-16
@1615-32; July 16 11-16?16 23-32; Au?
gust 16 27-32@16}; September 16 11-10?
16 23-32; October 16l?16 9-32; Novem?
ber 16 1-32@.16 1-16; December 161-16@
16 3-32; Julv 16}?16 9-32. Cotton
steady; Rales 3,755, at 16jJ@163. Flour
dull und in buyers' favor?5.00@5.GO
common to fair extra Southern; 5.65@
8.25 good to choico ditto. Wheat lc.
lower und in very moderate inquiry?
firstname.lastname@example.org for winter red Western; 1.33
?1.38} ambor ditto; email@example.com white
?Vcstorn. Corn lc. lower and in mode?
rate demand?93?93} Western mixed;
93@93} yellow Western; 94 white; 91J@
91} Western mixed in store. Fork held
higher, checking business?22.12] new.
Lard quiet and firmer?16} prime steam.
Coffeo active and firmer. Sugar a shade
firmer. Bice quiet. 'Molasses quiet and
firm. Freights dull?sail, cotton 7-32:
corn 4|; wheat 4J@5; steam, cotton };
com 4J@4^; wheat 5.
Bank statement shows lonns decreased
$2,000,000; specie decreased 2,000,000;
legal tenders increased 3,500,000; de?
posits decreased 500,000; reserve de?
creased nearly 2,000,000.
Louisville.?Flour unchanged. Corn
Hteady, nt 74?75. Provisions quiet
Pork firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon?shoulders
9 j; clear rib 12.90; clear 131(3131. Prirao
lard?steam 151; tierce 16; keg 161.
Whiskey 1.14. Bagging firm, at 13@13I.
Chicago.?Flour nominal, Corn dull
and declining?No. 2 mixed new 70.1 fa;
71. Pork lower but in fair demand, at
22.00. Lard scarce and firm, at 15J.
Whiskey in fair demand, at 1.14.
Cincinnati.?Flour active and firm.
Com unchanged. Pork quiet?22.25.
Lard quiet but Ann?prime steam held
15|; 15 bid. Bacon in fair demand?
shoulders 93Q9J; clear rib 12|?12};
dear 131. Ythiskey in good demand?
St. Louis.?Flour steady and un?
changed. Com dull and drooping?No.
2 mixed 73>?74. "Whiskey 1.15. Pork
firm?22.50 for round lots; small sales at
22.37J@22.50. Bacon firm?shoulders
93@9A; clear rib 12J@13; clear 13?@13L
Lard firm?15r asked; 15L bid.
Baltimore.?Flour active, firmer and
unchanged. Wheat firm and stead)-.
Corn quiet and weaker?Southern white
90?93; yellow 88?90J. Oats and rye
unchanged. Provisions quiet Mess
pork email@example.com. Bacon in better de?
mand?shoulders 9j}@10. Lard ?refined
16@16}. Coffee unchanged. Whiskey
firm?131?15. Sugar 10}?101.
Mobile?Cotton quiet?middling 15J;
not receipts 36; exports coastwise 54;
New Orleans.?Cotton quiot?mid?
dling 15T; net receipts 823; gross 954;
exports to Great Britain 3,000; sales
Savannah.?Cotton irregular- -mid?
dling 15}; net receipts 382; gross 382;
exports coastwise 1,281; sales 5,191.
16; net receipts 241; sales 300.
Galvebton.?Cotton quiet? middling
15j}; net receipts 204; gross 232; sales
161; gross receipts 52; exports coastwise
265; sales 105; spinners 40.
Memphis.?Cotton quiet and easy?
middling 15); net receipts 214; shipments
1,303; sales 700.
Norfolk.?Cotton quiet- -middling
151; net receipts 258; exports coastwise
400; saleB 100.
Wilminotck. ?Cotton unchanged?
middling 151; net receipts 46; exports
Boston.?Cotton quiet?middling lCg;
not receipts 30; gross 1,983; sales 350.
Auousta.?Cotton dull and lower
middling 15@15}; good ordinary 14; net
receipts 197; sales 55.
Philadelphia. ?Cotton quiet?-mid?
dling 16|; net recoipts 263; gross 263.
The Greenville Enterprise and Moxin,
laineer wams tho public against ono E.
W. Mason, who recently victimized the
denizens of that city. He came as an in?
structor in penmanship, and professed
being a member of the Episcopal church,
a member of the Masonic fraternity and
a Good Templar. He proved to be an im?
postor and a suspended Mason. He has
a wife and children in Selma, Ala., and
another in Pougkeepsle, N. Y., although
he claimed to be an unmarried man. He
left suddenly for parts unknown, after
behaving very badly in Greenville.
? ? ?
i An East Tonnessee contemporary esti?
mates that 300,000 dogs will bo killed in
the State, their owners declining to pay
the tax under the now law. Yet there
are people who persist in declaring that
it wann t a righteous enactment.
Capt J. Bannintor, of Greenville, had
tho misfortune to havo the fingers and
thumb of his left hand shot off by the
accidental discharge of a gun, which ho
was carrying. . ,
Last night at Suncook, Now Haven,
the Emery Hotel, unoeoupied, was
totally destroyed by "fire. Supposed to
have been incendiary. Loss about 85,000;
?Mrs; Thedoro Til ton has leased the
Titos property, at Cornwall, on the Hud?
son, and will, it is said, "make it the
Mecca of tho Plymouth cotoric during
tho coming rteanon."
Napoleon was, one day, nearchjijg tat
a book in the library at Malmsisda^aVJ
at last discovered it on a flbelf somewhat
above his reach.- Marshal Monooy, who
was present ?one of the tallest men in
the army?stopped forward saying: "Per?
mit me, sir; t am higher than your
Majesty." "You are longer, Marshal,"
said tho Emperor, with a irown.
Greene, tho deflated Republican can?
didate for Governor in Connecticut, not
long ago fired 100 guns in honor of
Grant's Louisiana policy. It was a fatal
waste of powder to him, and he never
thinks of it now without regretting that
he didn't touch it all off in a single pile,
with Grant and his Louisiana policy on
top of it.
Bishop Cummins formally organized a
Reformed Episcopal Church in Balti?
more, last week, to be called the "Church
of the Redeemer." Delegates were elected
to the general council of the new church,
which meets in Chicago next month.
Miss Apprehension?arrestinga female
Money to Loan,
On Marketable Collaterals.
EXCHANGE on New York, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Boston, and all promi?
nent cities of the United States and Eu?
rope bought and sold.
; DEPOSITS received and intercst-bear
1 ing CERTIFICATES issued,
t STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD and SILVER
I bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS of merchant* and others
from the citv and country solicited, and
LIBERAL "LINES OF DISCOUNTS
fronted by the CENTRAL NATIONAL
iANK, corner of Plain and Richardson
dtroots. JOHN S. PRESTON, Pres't.
J. H. Sawyer, Cashier. Mar 34
ill Uli Ut lull iiiu
P HI H 6
Now in store, and to be sold at low
R. & W. 0. SWAFFIEll).
Just Arrived I
CHILDREN'S $2.50 to $7.00.
BOYS' $9.00 to $14.00.
KIN ARD & WILEY.
jjj Spring Clothing! h
g Spring Clothing
h Spring Clothing!*
The Largest and Best stock
Ever seen here.
I AT D. EPSTIN'S,
UNDER COLUMBIA HOTEL.
STYLES. Now and Handsome!
FABRIC and DESIGN, Elegant!
BEST MAKE UP!
PRICES, Lower than ever!
Very full lines of Bovs' and Youths'
CLOTHING, FURNISHING WOODS and
Call and examine ut
April 4 Under Columbia Hotel.
ON and after May 1, the following
Banks will close their business at 2
o'clock P. M, until furthor notice:
C. J. IREDELL, Cashier Carolina Na?
J. H. SAWYER, Cashier Central Na?
L. N. ZEALY, Cashier South Carolina
Bank and Trust Company.
G. M. WALKER, Cashier Union Bank.
STORED and INSURED at very lowest
rates, and the top of the market gua?
ranteed for all Cotton consigned to us for
sale. Advances made at one per cent,
per month upon all Cotton Stored with
us, No chargo for Drayage.
Northern Timothy and Clover at $1.25
and 1.50 ^ 100?full weight guaranteed.
Fine Early Rose, Goodrich, Peerless,
Peachblows and other varieties.
Jonoeport Fertilizer?as good as any
used?$45ton cash and 50 *M ton time.
SOUTHERN WAREHOUSE CO.,
Feb 19 3m Opposite S. C. R Depot.
A fe 9 \ Final Settlement.
?"^OTICE is hereby Riven tbnt I, W. P.
Jji Hix, surviving partner of the firm
of WEARN St HIX, will make my final |
settlement of the business of the Baid
firm, with the administnvtrix of the
estato of Richard Weurn, on the 12th
day of MAY, 1875. All persons who
have claims agains the said firm will
present the same before that dato for |
payment, and all persons still iudebted
to the suid firm are requested to make
payment. W. P. HIX.
April 15, 1875.
Notice is hereby given thai Margaret j
R.Wcarn, administratrix of the estate of
Richard Weurn, deceased, has applied to
Hon. 11. I. Boone, Judge of Probate, in
and for the County of Riuhland, for a
I final discharge as such administratrix.
It is ordered, that the 12th day of|
ai AY, A. D. 1875, be Sard forbearing of
petition, and a tinal settlement of said
estate. R. I. BOONE,
Judge of Probate, Kichlund County.
April If. _ fl2
A FEW FACTS
I That We Wish the People to Know:
1THAT we have an entire NEW
? STOCK OF DRY GOODS.
2THAT we have an entire new stock
? of CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, MAT?
TINGS. RUGS and WINDOW SHADES.
3THAT we have an entire new stock
? of Ladies', Gents' and Children's
I SHOES; decidedly the largest variety
and the best work ever shown in this
AIJ, the above we are prepared to
BELL CHEAPER and give you
BETTEU GOODS than any other house
in the tmde.
JONES, DAVIS & BOUKNIGHTS,
Successors to lt. C. Shiver A Co.
m Msii conns
LARGE assortment of rich and beauti?
ful DRESS GOODS.
The styles and patterns of PRINTS
are numberless in variety, and every de-1
partment of his large establishment bus
been replenished with accessions re?
freshingly seasonable and accommodat?
The Millinery Department
Is superbly stocked.
/i'Mr. Kiuurd invites a call.
HEBER D. HEIIJITSH, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
RESIDENCE CORNER BLANDEN G
AND MARION STREETS, offers his
professional services to the citizens of
Columbia and vicinity. Calls left at the
Drug Store of E. U. HEIN1TSH will re
ooive prompt attention. April I .
Notice to the Public Practitioners and
Students of Dental Surgery.
THE South Carolina State Dental Asso?
ciation will moet in the city of Co?
lumbia, on TUESDAY, May 4, 1875. at
10 o'clock A. M., at the rooms of Drs.
Boozer St Wright, at which time and
place tho Board of Dental Examiners in
the. State of South Carolina will hold their
j meeting in pursuance with the Act passed
by the Legislature of the State, entitled
'An Act to regulate the practice of den
I tistry, and protect tho people against
I empiricism in relation thereto, in the
j State of South Carolina."
Candidates for examination will pre-1
I sent themselves at 12 M. of WEDNES?
DAY, May 5, ut tho above mentioned
THEO. F. CHUPEIN, D. D. S.,
President Snnth Carolina S. D. A.
C. C. PATRICK, D. D. S.,
April G Corresponding Secretary.
/Mft^Greenville Xeics copy twice a week
IBEG leave to inform my friends and
customers that my arrangements are
nearly completed, and I will open the
store.* under the City Hall, early in May,
and be prepared to offer extraordinary
inducements to the trade.
W. B. BURKE.
Apr 24 smwIS Commission Merch't.
Prepare Your Own
J?V tJSINO TUB
Granular Effervescent Salts.
KOCKBRIDGE ALUM, VICHY, CRAB
ORCHAD, KISSINGEN, FRIED?
RICHSHALL. Tho Salts represent in a
condensed and agreeable form tho me?
dicinal constituents of these various
Mineral Waters, and from their conve?
nience and comparative cheapness, are
coming rapidly into use.
One or two largo tea-spoon-fuls added
to n small tumbler of water, instantly
reproduces a draught of tho natural
Water, accompanied by a sparkling
effervescence. For sale at
L. T. SILLIMAN ACO.'S
April G Drug Store.
CITY HALL GEOCEEY
(1 RAND OPENING of spring and sum
T 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, Pine Applo, Ac.
As the finest Fancy Family Flour,
Pearl Grist, Fresh Bolted Meal, Gilt
Edge Butter, Paro Leaf Lard, Raw and
Parched Coffees, and Teas of unap?
proachable purity and flavor.
Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins, Whis?
kies, Champagnes, Clarets, Hooks?all of
guaranteed purity, strength and general
My stock is replenished daily; the few
goods enumerated above are but a small
portion of the stock whioh is offered, at
attractive prices, in the handsomest store
in Columbia. GEO. 8YMMERS.
TO-DAY AND EVERY DAY!
jones, davis & mwmi
II. C. SHIVER & CO.
CtHOICE DRESS fK)ODS at 25 cents
/ per yard. CASSIMERES, TWEEDS,
JEANS und LINENS fur Men and Bovb'
wear. HAMBURG EDGINGS and IN
Wo mako Black Silks n specialty. You
enn aavo TWENTY PER CENT, by pur?
chasing your Black Bilk;: at this hou;ie.
Parasols of all sluvd?? andstvlett onening
thin day, at very low prices."
Ladics', Genta' and Misses' fine SHOES.
This department ib managed by Mr. M.
A. SHELTON, and the stock is second io
none in tho State.
Patent STEP LADDERS, all sizes, with
all the latest improvements attached;
Berlin WOOL, Java CANVAS, Crochet
and Knitting NEEDLES.
JONES, DAVIS A BOUKNIGHTS.
Successors to R. C. Shiver A Co.
Ye Grande Martha Washington Tea Partye!
Will be given at
YE RIFLE CLTJBE HALLE,
Ye following days:
TEUSDAY, APRIL 27TH,
Ye First Partye.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH,
Ye Second Partye.
UNDER ye auspices of yo Board of
Ladye and Gentlemene Managers.
Ye entire Halle will be at the disposal
! of ye folks, and they can there disport
I Ye doors will be open at 8 o'clock.
' Then vc enticing and appetizing sup?
pers will commence.
Friends will euto no dinners or sup?
pers beforo coming.
Musick by ye celebrated Poste Band.
Ye gullante soldiers will be in attend?
ance, as ye Guardo of Honor during the
TPft^Tiekets of admission, 25 cents.
Can be had of yo Ladye. Mauagers, at all
1 ye booke-storcB, and at ye doore.
For tho Benefit of tho
OPERA HOUSE, " MONDAY EVEN?
ING, April 2G.
iC-iT-Tickets for sale at bookstores, Dr.
Mint's and Dr. Fisher's drug stores, and
at the door. April 18
TT A "El/XT 351 S'JL'JLMTQ
rpHRASHERS, HORSE POWERS, EN
JL GINES, FAN MILLS, GRAIN
CRADLES, REAPERS, Ac, Ac, at ma?
nufacturers' price. Send for catalogue
to L?RICK A LOWRANCE,
April 22 _ Columbia, S. C.
At R. L. Bryan's Bookstore.
GEORGE TV, His Life and His Court
Scientific London, by Becker?$1.75.
Science and Beligion, by Dr?per?
$1.75. Farrar's Life of Christ?$2.50.
Tho Shadowed Home, by Bickersteth?
$1.50. Conquering and to Conquer, by
Schonberg Cotta Family?$1.25. Vernes'
Journev to tho North Pole?$1.50. Ralph
Wiltonrs Weird, by author of Wooing
O't?$1.25. Tho Science of Law, by
Also, a variety of new English Novels,
paper covers, by Mrs. Olyphant, Far
geon, author of "Castle," Mrs. Braddon,
Wilkio Collins and others. Aprilj22
NOTICE is hereby given that Sarah L.
Wright, administratrix of tho estate
of Wm. A. Wright, decased, has applied
to Hon. B. I. Boone, Judge of Probate,
in and for the Count; of Richland, for a
final discharge nr. such administratrix.
It is ordered, that tho.21st day of MAY,
A. D. 1875, be fixed for hearing petition,
and a final settlement of Haid estate.
B. I. BOONE.
Judge of Probate Richland County.
April 23 _tl2
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Co.
Columbia, S. C, April 23, 1875.
ing of tho
Stock h o 1 d
ers of tho
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Com?
pany will bo held on THURSDAY, tho
2'Jth instant, at 10 o'clock A. M. Stock?
holders will bo passed rmx to and from
Columbia, to attend the meeting, as
heretofore. They will bo required to
show their stock scrip to the conductor,
(who will exact pay from all others,*) as
none but Stockholders or those of their
families who reside with them, are entitled
to tho privileges.
No one but a Stockholder can be a
proxy. C. V. CARRJNGTON,
?Sf Up-country papers, publishing
by agreement, will give one insertion.
April 21 3
ALL persons holding claims against
the estate of WM. McGUINNIS, de?
ceased, are heroby warned to hand in
said claims, properly attested, to tho un?
dersigned, by tho first day of July next,
elso thoy win be barred.
ELLEN McGUINNIS, Executrix,
D. MoGULNNIS, Executor.
April 18_ _m!2
Fis our intention to handle exclu?
sively our own brands of CIGARS,
and in order to close out all odd brands
in stock, we will hold a "Smokers' Fes?
tival" for a few days. Yo smokists, call
[and take part' Stich an opportunity will
[never offer again. *
PERRY A SLAWSON,
? April 22 ' Cigar and Tobacco Store.
BY JACOB LEVIN, Auctioneer.
On Bale day, MONDAY, May 3d, in front
of the Court House,
ONE LOT, 66x104, situated on Wash?
ington street, between Main and Sumter
streets, next to the PoBt Office.
This is one of the most eligible build?
ing lots for business purposes in the city.
Its near proximity to tho Court Houho
makes it particularly desirable as a site
for offices. ?
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for
papers. April 25 m2
By SELBELS & EZELL, Auctioneers.
Sooth CAROLINA?Highland County.
> Y virtue of a power contained in a
mortgag?, executed by Katie Bollin
to William H. Dial, of Madison County,
Florida, on tho 4th day of August, i5/o,
I will sell, at the Court Houbc, 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-Bovenths 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 lees; 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 und seventy-nine (179) feet,
more or less, by two hundred and twelve
(212) feet, more or less. TermB cosh.
April 8 WM. H. DIAL.
I Seal Under Power to Satisfy Mort?
I>. C. PEIXOTTO & SON, A?rs.
>Y virtuo of the power of attorney,
t> endorsed upon the mortgage of Thoe.
|J. LaMotte, to the Citizens' Savings
I Bank, of South Carolina, empowering
the undersigned to Bell the premises
mortgaged, I will sell, on the F1B8T
MONDAY IN MAY NEXT, at the usual
hour, beforo the Court House, in Colum?
bia, the following described Lots of Land,
all situate in the city of Columbia and
Bichl and County:
1. LOT OF LAND, containing three
fourths of an aero, bounded North by lot
formerly of J. L. Beard; on the East by
Barnwell street; on tho South by lot of
Barre ; and West by lots of A. C. Has hell
and Cooper. To be divided and sold in
two separate lots.
2. LOT OF LAND, containing one
acre; bounded North by lot of Augustus
Cooper; East by lot of A. Traeger; South
by Wheat street; and West by Assembly
1 street. To be divided and sold in two
sparate lots of half an acre each.
Terms of aale?Cash.
Trustee in Bankruptcy.
April 14 wlm3
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
I>. C. PEIXOTTO & SON, A'rs
PURSUANT to the powers of sale con?
tained in a mortgage from C. V. Ant?
werp to H. P. DeGraaf, and assigned by
H. P. DeGraaf to E. Pollard, dated July
9, 1872, I will sell, on the FIRST MON?
DAY IN MAY next, before the Court
Houso, in the city of Columbia, S. C, at
101 o'clock, tho following desirable Reel
Estate, to wit:
Lot No. 1?All that piece or parcel of
LAND in the city of Columbia, situated
on the East side of Main street, between
Washington and Lady streets, measuring
and fronting on Main street twenty-seven
(27) feet, more or less, and running back
two hundred and eight feet, moro or
less; bounded on the North by estate of
S. Boatwrigbt; on the South by Lot No. 2;
on the East by J. D. Batcman.
Lot No. 2, of the same dimensions se
Lot No. 1; bounded on tho North by Lot
No. 1; on the South by A. Palmer; on tho
East by J. D. Bateman.
Terms?One-seventh cosh; balance in
six yearly installments, secured by bond
and mortgage, with interest at eight per
cent per annum. Purchasers to pay for
papers. All taxes, both State and city,
have been paid in full to date on the
above property. E. POLLARD.
April 13 _ 13 16 18 22 25 28 M2
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
II. & Sc BEAED, Auctioneers.
Tho Mechanics' and Farmers' Building
and Loan Association, of Richland
County, South Carolina, against Thoe.
J. Gibson and H. M. Gibson, partners,
under the firm name of T. J. A H. M.
BY virtue of power to me given, as
President of the Mechanics' and
Farmers' Building and Loan Association,
of Richland County, South Carolina, by
tho above named Thomas J. Gibson and
H. M.*GibBon, partners, under the firm
name of T. J. A H. M. Gibson, by their
dood, sealed and delivered, to seU the
property hereinafter described, and for
I them and in their names to execute pro?
per titles to the purchaser or purchasers
of the said premises, I hereby give no?
tice, that on tho FIRST MONDAY of
May next, I will sell, at public auction,
in the city of Columbia, before the Court
House, to the highest bidder, lor cash,
All that lot, piece and parcel of LAND,
situate, lying and being in the city of
Columbia, with Buildings thereon, con?
taining one-third of an acre, more or
less, and bounded as follows, to wit:
North by lot of R. 0*Neale; East by lot
of Thomas J. Gibson; South by Lumber
street, and on the West by Lincoln
street The said lot is situate on the
North-east cornor of Lumber and Lin?
coln streets. R. D. 8ENN,
President of tho Mechanics' and Farm?
ers' Building and Loan Association, of
Richland County, S. C.
April 13 tum6
C. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PEI0E8.
HAS in store tho greatest variety of
FANCY ARTICLES, RIBBONS,
Ac, ever offered in this market?all of
which be will dispose of at very low
STRING GOODS, of all shades and
colors, to an inspection of whioh tho
ladies are particularly invited.
128 MAIN STREET,