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? Telegraphic?Foreign Nowa. ? ? Paris, May 16.?M. Rouhtfr informed tho Government that ex-Empresa Bu genie will accept no compromise for her olaims on the oivil list, and will bring action demanding a fulfillment of the convention concluded' by the DeBrogUe Ministry. . London, May 15.?Half of Afghanistan is bnraed. . Monday jmd Tuesday- next will be holidays. Berlin, May 15.?The inquiry insti? tuted into the Catholio societies of Ber? lin, at the time of Knllinan's attempt to Shoot-Prince Bismarck, has been closed. The public prosecutor has made charges against their directors, and the cases will come up for trial in Juno. London, May 15.?One of the Schiller's officers has informed a correspondent of the Standard,. that many persons on board the steamer wore drunk when Bhe atruok, and that several firemen and many Bteerage passengers lay helpless nstiii l?*y were Bwept away by the waves. Thus far about 130 "bodies of the dead I have been recovered from the wroolc of the Sohiller. Of theso, which have been taken from the water lately, are bodies of the following persons: Jacob Brenner; L. Fathrig, Chief Engi? neer; Wm. Frahm, Davenport Iowa; Fritz Thomas, Michael Harlemann, Highland, Illinois; Holm Leonard; probably one of the Leinhardts, of Au Susta, Go.; Mrs. Luichlin Oblsen. Tho ody of a lady having a ring marked "Hermann Linkeisen," on one of the fingers. The bodies of two firemen, two Bailors and five females and some other of | the passengers, males, remain unidentified. Tolographic?American News. New Yobk, May 14.?The following is the comparative cotton statement for the week ending May 14: Receipts at all United States ports for the week 20,139? same week lost year 22,534; total receipts to date 3,354,020?same date last year 3,6i5,601; exports Tor tho week 22,941? some week last year 4G.807; total exports to date 2,820,548?same date last year 583,860; stook at all United States ports 435,682?same time hist year 325,852; stock at interior towns 51,998?same time last year 63,219; stock at Liverpool 961,000?same time last year 772,000; American afloat for Great Britain 136,000 ?Bame time last year 272,000. Lexington, Kt., May 14.?The condi? tion of General Breckinridge remains unchanged. He is still free from pain, and those in attendance upon him are loss apprehensivo of his sudden death than they were. Ho saw a few visitors to-day. Washtnoton, May 14.?Nine shrewd lawyers are of the opinion that tho whis? key men < will beat the Government. Secretary Bristow has been lod into a blunder, which, while it prostrates for tho moment an important industry, will give the lawyers some hundreds of thou? sands of dollars and secure nothing to the Treasury. Baltimore, May 14.?About 500 bar? rels of whiskey, the product of the West? ern distillories recently closed by the Government, vfrere seized in this pity. The seizures wore made at five or six dif? ferent wsr'ehbusei Evidence was discovered to-day against the Union Copper Distillery at Chicago, and 150 barrels of spirits were seized at their works. ? 300 barrels were seized be? longing to Bsvis & Fr?ser in SL Louis, fresh proof having been obtained against them. Photographical conies of the in? ternal revenue returns are being made at the Treasury Department and forwarded to the officers in the different' cities, to aid them in substantiating their charges. Boston, May 15;?$50,000 worth of alleged crooked whiskey seizod. Rutland, Vt., 'May.' 15.?Bipley & Brook's Opera'HoUse burhed; loss $70, ooo. F ' .-. Springfield, Mass., May 15.?Samuel White, a prominent citizen of Ludlow, was bitten, in tho thigh by a boar this forenoon, and bled to death before as? sistance could reach him. Washington, May 15.?Judge Pierre pont and ex-Senator Pratt assumed their positions to-day, as Attorney-General and Commissioner of Internal Bevenue. A' terro'r-Btricken knave of Baltimore sends to the treasury over $3,000 whioh he had withheld from that department. The Post Office Department has brought suit against tho postmaster at Calvert, Texas, for a defalcation of postal reve? nues, amounting to several hundred dollars. This is the fourth successive postmaster who has been prosecuted for embezzlement during the past four years. Probabilities?For the Atlantic States, rising barometer, North-west winds, oolder, clear or clearing weather. For the Gulf States, rising barometer, North? erly winds, veering North-east, followed by 'Cloudy weather and stationary or lower temperature. New Yobk, May 16.?The rate of duty to which hosiery and other cotton goods is subject, was paid upon Bilks, alleged to have been smuggled through the ap 8raiser's office, at an undor-valuation, by hartes L. Lawrence. The differ en co between the sUks, which was paid, is, it is1 'claimed, $336,400. Suit was begun yesterday, in the United States District Court','to reo over that amount from Law? rence. OirABLBOTON, May 15.?Arrived? Steamships D. J. Foley, Baltimore; . Spttth Carolina, New York. , \ Yesterday's Market Reports. Ji?w. Yobk?Noon.? Money 3. Gold 15k Exchange?long 4.87; short 4.80. Cotton, dull;, salos 993?uplands 16J; Or lty. Futures opened jjoaier: May idd-i6; June io ?-3?(a)i? a-i?; juiy luf @1613-32; August 10i?16 17-32; Sep? tember 16 ftUMlSfi Pork firm?mess 22.00. Lord quiet?steam 15). 7 P- M.?The bank. statement shows loans ^increased $875,000; specie, in? creased 250,000;'logs! tenders mcroaeed 1,875,000;.deposits increased 4,000,000; reserve increased 600,000. Money easy? 2?2i; ; Sterling hbavy and lowor?7. Gpld 15J?10. Govornmontn aotiv? and steady?new ( 5s 16. . States nominal. Cotton?not receipts 1,462; gross 22. Fu? tures olosod weak: sales 15,400: May 10 3-32; June Id 3-32; Jnly 161; August 10 7-ia;:Septemb?r 16 7.32@IGt; Octobor 15. S?^; ^Mather AG 0*16? 151; Deoom ber,lM&4U?p 81*82;,January 15 254)2 @U^W4a;Jiel^?y?16?161-16: Maroh 16 9-32?lC 5-16 i iKatEW^e^iQ 0-16. Cotton dull and unohmged; solos 203, at 10g?lGA. Flour don and In buyers' favor. ? -Wheat slightly in buy era' favor and rather more doing, cL.iefly forward deli very?1.35@li4A Corn .slightly in buy era favor ana moderate demand?88} glK>A. Pork low or?new firstname.lastname@example.org. >rdT lower?15.; prime steam, spot. Sugar and molasses dull and. heavy. Freights quiet and firm?Bail grain 6}? 6; 6} cotton. Baxttuobb.?Cotton quiet and firm? middling 16; low middling 15}; good ordinary 141; grosB receipt? 14; exports coastwise 140; sales 1(50; spinners 40. Flour very quiet?4.50?5.00. Corn de? mand good?Southern whito 90; yellow 87; Western mixed 86$. Provisions dull and heavy. Shoulders 0j. Lard dull? refined 16@16*. Coffee-dull and un? changed. Whiskey firm?1.24. Sugar lower and in fair demand?10j}@10}. Louisville.?Flour unchanged. Corn firm?70?80. Provisions firm. Pork 22.00022.50. Bacon?shoulders 9?; clear rib 12.90; clear 13?; hams, sugar cured 14. Prime lard?steam 15.50; tierce 16.30?1GJ; keg 16.50. Whiskey 15. Bagging firm?13@14. Mobile.?Cotton qutot?middling 158; low middling 14ij; good ordinrry 14(?) 14J: net rccoipts 88; exports Great Bri? tain 3,854; coastwise 266; sales 100. Memphis.?Cotton quiet?middling 154; net receipts 90; shipments. 871; sales 1,250. Cuicaoo.?Flour in fair demand. Corn dull and declining?No. 2 mixed 72@ 72}; rejected G9L Fork dull and de? clining?21.50. ""Lard dnU and declin? ing?15.35. Whiskey dull and nominal ?1.18. Augusta. ?Cotton demand good? mid? dling 15J; low middling 15; good ordi? nary 111; net receipts 48; Bales 505. Boston.?Cotton "dull and nominal? middling 1G\; net receipts 56; gross 84; sales 103. Norfolk.?Cotton quiet?middling 15S; not receipts 414; exports coastwise 575; sales 200. New Orleans.?Cotton quiet?mid? dling 15}; net receipts 516; gross S69; exports to continent 1,375; sales 1,500. Charleston.?Cotton demand fair middling 15jj@.152; low middling 15A: good ordinary 141(a}14J; net receipts 3l2: sales 500. Savannau.?Cotton quiet?middling 155; low middling 15J; good ordinary 14A; net receipts 660; exports continent 1,000; sales 155. Cincinnati.?Flour quiet and steady. Corn steady?77(m79. Pork steady? 22.00. Lard quiet but firm and steady? 15\; kottle 15}. Bacon firm?shoulders 9}; clear rib 12J; clear 13J. Whiskey quiet and steady?1.15. Galveston.?Cotton firm?middling 15; net receipts 704; gross 708; sales 2,137. Paris.?Rentes G4f. 50c. LrvERFOOL?3 P. M.?Cotton quiet and unchanged?middling uplands 71; mid? dling Orleans 8@8J; sales 8,000, includ? ing 4,900 American; speculation and ex? port 1,000; basis middling uplands, nothing below good ordinary, delivera? ble July or August, 8; basis middling uplands, nothing below low middling, deliverable May, 7 13-16; June or July, 7 15-16. How the Republican party takes care of tho soldiers in the matter of head-gear is shown in a late report from tho Quar? termaster-General. According to that document, thero wore in store in June, 1874, 242,528 army hats, and 300,455 caps. This is for our total army of a little over 25,000 enlisted men, give nine and throe-fourth hats and twelve caps to each soldier. Who will have the teme? rity to suggest, after this, that tho Go? vernment is unmindful of its defenders? There is an expression, "armed cap-a pie," which wo never entirely under? stood?we never dreamed that it meant twelve caps apiece! If each soldier had even tho fabulous nine lives of the cut, tho supply of head-gear would bo more than ample. Verily, it ought to bo a good time for military tailors. George Washington Jink, a colored barber, was up before the police court for cutting down his neighbor's apple trees. History will repeat itself. U.sb * - . _ ' . . . What You Need. EXTRA MESS BEEF, 10 cents per pound. Fresh May BUTTER, direct from Mil ford, N. Y.,*3 pounds for $1. CIGARS.?Wo are closing out our stock of Cigars, and offer tho best FIVE CENT Cigars in tho city, nnd only want a trial to convince you. _May 10 L?RICK & LOWRANCE. _ Columbia Ice House. ICE Shippers have made a large crop at lower cost the past winter than in any previous winter in tho history of the business. I have made arrangements for a full supply of superior ICE for the pre? sent season, at lower rates than in any former year, and propose to reduce tho rate to City Consumers as follows: 100 pounds and upward, l\c. per pound; less than 100; pounds, Re. 50 ftonnds and upward delivorcd within the im its of tho oity free of charge. JOHN D. BATEMAN, Apr 27 lmo Agent. Dr. Geo. Howe, Jr., OFFICE over W. C. Fishor'B store. Residonco corner of Blending and Pickons street. April 23 lmoj Auxiliary Joint Stock Company. Columbia, S. C, April 29, 1875. At a meeting, to-day, of the Directors of the Auxiliary Joint Stock Company, the following preamble and resolutions were proposed, adopted and ordered to be published for the information of the public: Whereas there appears to bo a senti? ment among certain of the influential patrons of tho annual exhibitions of our Bocioty opposed to horse racing as re? pugnant to their ideas of propriety; and whereas the Directors are desirous of re? conciling all the elements of success in connection therewith, Resolved, That henceforth there shall 'be no racing conducted under tho auspices of our association in connection with our annual fairs, and that no pre? miums be offered for the same. Resolved, That tho President, Col. D. Wyatt Aikon, be requested to treat for a lease of the track and appurtenances. Resolved, That the usual annual Fair be held on the Fair Grounds, beginning on Tuesday, tho 9th of November next, and continuing through the wook, im oonformrty with the rules and regula? tions of tho premium list of 1874, exclu? sive of so much as rehtes to speed pre? miums. D. WYATt AlKEN, IWt. T. W. Holloway, Seoretary. Columbia 'tbd&e. H?. ib&, A. A ' THE; Regular Corumuzxi?ation ^fVof this Lodge will bo hold TO /\r\ MORROW (Monday) EVENING, nt 8 o'clock, at Masonic Hall. By order of the W. M. Z. P. MOSES, May 10 Secretary. Flour and Meal . AND MIXED FEED! CAR LOAD ORDERS filled on short notioe.. Addreea ?'CHARLOTTE CITY MILLS," Charlotte, N. C. R. D. GRAHAM, Proprietor. Gbo. C. Chambers, Superintendent. May 16 lino* A Card. Charleston, May 11, 1870. WE, the undorsigned, having for some time past been students under Trof. Marshal G. Lewis in the training and breaking of Horses, take pleasure in benring testimony to the effi? ciency and simplicity of the system taught by him, and without hesitation, pronounce his manner of breaking old Horses of bad tricks, and young ones to the saddle and draft, as the. simplest and best thnt has overcome within our notice. W. H. Hugor, M. D., Henry T. Williams, Joseph T. Dill, A. Bnrnet Rhott, Ruw lins Lowndes, Jr., William L. Disher, Lnurens N. Chisolm, J. Wulbern, Jus. Aaron, F. Ourton, Wm. Wilson, C. Oakman, Robert Graham, B. F. Me Cabe, R. Oakman F. F. Chapeau, J. R. P. Eavcnel, L. W. O'Hear. A. Mc Cobb, Jr., C. Schroder, A. F. DuPont. William Graham. A free exhibition and lecture will be given in front of Graham A Co.'s Stables, on Assembly street, at 4 V. M., TO-MOR? ROW, after which a class will be formed. May 16 1 _ Excursion Tickets. SOUTH CAROLINA R. R. CO., Colombia Auency, May 10,1875. XPXCURSION TICKETS to Charleston Jli and return for ONE FARE will be Bold to parties wishing to attend the Schnetzenfest and Regatta during pre? sent week. Tickets good to return until 23d inst. A. B. DeBAUSSURE, May 16 2 _Agent. GLENN SPUIIVGS, Spartanburg County, S. C. THIS favorite resort ifor health and pleasure Rwill be open to visitors on June 1. The medici? nal virtues of the waters of Glenn I Springs need no other testimonial than the wonderful nature of the cures effect? ed by their use; and their merits as an unfailing remedy in the cure of all forms of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Disease of the I Liver and Kidneys, even in chronic cases, are long and favorably known to | the public. Visitors reaching Glenn Springs by the South Carolina, Greenville and Co- j lumbia, Spartanburg and Union Rail-1 roads will receivo tho benefit of Excur? sion Tickots for the season. A daily lino of Coaches will connect with Trains | on Spartanburg and Union Railroad at I Rich's Hill, five miles distant, and at Spartanburg, to convey passengers to tho ' Springs. Stops have been taken to se curo to the Guests tho benefits of a Daily Mail and Tel^mph. Dr. O. B. MAYER, ranking among the ominent physicians of the South, will bo in attendance to respond to the profe: sional calls of the Guests of the house. The Table will be supplied with tho I host tho market can afford, Bathing Rooms, Billiard Tables, Bowling Alloys, Croquet Grounds, Musio on tho Grounds j and in the Ball Rooms. Terms mode-' rate. Apply to WM. GORMAN, Colum? bia, S. C, or Glenn Springs, S. C. May 16 lmof WILLIAM GORMAN. _ Seasonable Goods. REFRIGERATORS, WATER-COOLERS, Ico Cream FREEZERS, Children's BATn TUBS, Wire Dish and Plate COVERS, FLY BRUSHES and FLY TRAPS, Wire SAFES, For sale at manufacturers' prices, at STANLEY S CHINA HALL. _ May 15 3 For Sale, 4 PAIR OF GREY HORSES, small Ii size. Work well in double or single harness and under saddle. Will be sold together or separately. Apply at this office. May 0 For Sale, ASMALL LOT, containing about one third of an acre, situated on Taylor, between Barnwell and Winn streets. Apply at this office. May 14 Wanted. AN experienced and efficient HOUSE? KEEPER, for the summer season, at a watering place. Apply at this office. May 11 *_0 GREATEST OF ALL ILESfCTNES IS HEDNfTSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT, for purifying tho Blood. For sale at his Drug jStore._April 16 f Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. E., COLUMBIA, May 13, 1875. CENTEN? NIAL Cele bration EX? CURSION iTRAINS to and from Charlotte as follows: Two Special Trains will.leavo Colum? bia, one on the night of the 19th instant, at 9 o'clock, connecting with 9 o'clock P. M. Train from Augusta, arriving at Charlotte 7.20 A. M.; returning, will leave Charlotte at 12 o'clock, night of the 20th, arriving at Columbia 9.36 A. M. Another Speoial Train will leave Co? lumbia on the morning of the 20th inst., at 4 o'oloek, connecting with the 4 A. M. Train from' Wilmington, arriving at Charlotte' at 9 A. M.; returning, will leave Charlote-at 4 P. M., arriving at Columbia 9 P. M., making connection ! with regular Night Train forWilmington. Exoursibn Tlckota ? will bo sold for 'both these and the regular Passenger I Trains. JA8. ANDERSON, I May 14 6 General Superintendent. i?. i .?:-: for Stationery. OFFICE COMPTROLLER-GENERAL, Colt-Mm a, 8. C, May, 1875. UNDER the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly, approved March 24,1875, entitled "An Act relative to con? tracts for the Executive Departments of the State Government, and for the Gene? ral Assembly," scaled proposals will bo received at this office until 12 o'clock M., May 25, 1875, for furnishing the follow? ing Stationery for the Executive Depart? ments: 5 Reams Legal Cap Paper, printed as per samples. 10} reams Legal Cap Paper. 4A reams Foolscap Paper. 2"reams Letter Paper, headed. 3 reams Note Paper, headed, (large size.) 3 reams Letter Paper. 1A reams Note Paper. 15 reams Letter Paper, A sheets, headed. 5 reams Note Paper, A sheets, headed. 13A M 0ttioia4 Envelopes, with im? print, 9 lbs. 7 M Official Envelopes, printed to order. 10 M Letter Envelopes, printed to order, 0 lbs. . $ ream Envelope Paper. 1 ream Engrossing Paper, 12x18, ruled to order. 1J rear* s Wrapping Paper. 1 ream Wrapping Paper, 18x24 when folded. A ream ream Wrapping Paper, extra large. 1 ream Bill Paper. 10 uo/.tm sheets Blotting Paper. 2 packages Blotting Pads. 12 gross Stoel Pens, Gillott's, Falcon. Magnesium and Albata. 16 gross Rubber Bands, assorted. 8 bottles Stickwell it Co.'a Mucilage. 2 dozen Steel Erasers. 1A dozon Rubber Erasers. 13 dozen Pen-holders. 10 boxes Quill Pens. 16 dozen Lead Pencils, Fabor No. 2. 1 dozen Red and Blue Pencils, Fabor. 6 bottles Arnold's Writing Fluid. 11 bottles Stafford's Ink. ' 1 bottle Knapp's Violet Ink. ?1 bottles Antniue's French Copying Ink. 15 bottles Carmine Ink, small size. 16 gross McGill's Paper Fasteners, as? sorted. igross Box Envelopes, 11x41. 0 lbs. Packing Twine. 6 balls Linen Twine, assorted sizes. 24 sheets Oil Paper. 2 boxes Sealing Wax. 1 Eyelet Punch. 2 boxes Eyelets. 3 "Penn's" Letter Books, with Penn's Ink. 3 Lettar Copying Books. 1 ream Letter Copying Paper, 14x19. 2 Letter Press Brushes. 2 Rulers. 1 Disbursing Receipt Book, Treasurer's office. 1 Tax Receipt Book, Treasurer's office. A dozen Memorandum Books. I Book, "Account Sales," 500 pages, rulod and printed to order. 1 Record Book. 800 pages, 16x11, la? beled M.M.M.M.M.M. 1 Chock Book, South Carolina Bank and Trust Companv, numbered from 3,134 to 4,000, inclusive. 20 sheets Postage Stamps, 6 cent. GO sheets Postage Stamps, 3 cent 2 sheets Postage Stamps, 10 cent. 10 sheets Postage Stamps, 2 cent. 10 sheets Postage Stamps, 1 cent. 500 Applications for Company Organi? zations. 2,000 Enlistment Bolls. 10,000 Enlistment Oaths. 1,000 Warrants to Warn. 1,000 Returns to Warrants. 2,000 Returns of Delinquents to Com? pany Commanders. 500 Warrants for Warning Officers and Non-Commissioned Staff. 500 Returns to Warrants Warning Officers and Non-Commissioned Staff Officers of Regiments. 250 Court Martial Summons for Ac? cused. 250 Court Martial Forms of Charges and Specifications Against a Prisoner. 250 Court Martial Subpoena to Testify. 500 Court Martial Attachments Against Delinquent Witnesses. 500 Court Martial Warrants ot Commit? ment. 200 Court Martial Warrants Appoint? ing Marshal. 200 Court Martial Bond of Marshal. 300 Court Martial Warrants for the Collection of Fines and Penalties. 2,000 Blank Returns of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores. A bond, with sufficient sureties, will be required of the successful bidder, to bo tiled with the Secretary of State, live days after the proposal has been ac? cepted. The payment of the accounts for Sta? tionery required in this advertisement is provided for in Section 11 of the above mentioned Act. All articles designated must bo deli? vered in good condition, freo of charge, to tho various offices on or before June 25, 1875. Proposals should be endorsed, "Pro? posals for Stationery for the Executive Departments," and directed to this office. Samples of tho Paper and Blanks re? quired can be seen at this office. THOS. C. DUNN, May 16 Coniptroller-Oenoral. Important. Everyone who bnys CIGARS by the thousand or single box should not fail to invost whilo PERRY A SLAWSON'S rushing sales of odd brands last May 13_ Prepare Your Own Mineral Waters, DT ?SXKO THE Granular Effervescent Salts. KOCKBRLDGE ALUM, VICHY, CRAB ORCHAD, KISSINGEN, FRIED RIOHSHALL. Tho Salts represent in a condensed and agreeable form the me? dicinal constituents of theso various Mineral Waters, and from their conve? nience and comparative cheapness, aro coming rapidly into use. One or two large tea-spoon-nils added to a small tumbler of water, instantly reproduces a draught of the natural Water, accompaniod by a sparkling effervescence. For sale at L. T. SILLLMAN A CO.'S April 6 Drug Store. THB i ?| if, f LEA DEE OF LOW PKICES, HAS in store the greatest variety ol FANCY ARTICLES, RIBBONS, Ac., ever offered in this market?all of) which he will dispose of at very low prices. SPRING GOOBS, of all shades and colors, to an inspection of which the! ladies are particularly invited. 1 '28 MAIN STREET. _ NEW FRESH GOODS at J. H. KINARD'S IARGE assortment of rich and beauti- j J ful DRESS GOODS. Tho styles and patterns of PRINTS arc numberless in variety, and every de? partment of his large establishment has boon replenished with accessions re? freshingly seasonable and accommodat? ingly priced. The Millinery Department Is superbly stocked. *Sj*30**Mr. Kinard invites a call. TO-D AY AND EVERY DAY! EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS AT fMWei rUfrffl 0 flnlfPUIPifnW! Successors to lt. C. SHIVER & CO. CCHOICE DRESS GOODS at 25 cents | ) per yard. CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, JEANS ?nd LINENS for Men and Bovs' wear. HAMBURG EDGINGS and IN SERTINGS. BLACE SILKS! We make Black Silks a specialty. You I can save TWENTY PER CENT, by pur? chasing your Black Silks at this house. Parasols of all shades and styles opening this day, at very low prices. Ladies', Gents'and Misses' fine SHOES. This department is managed by Mr. M. A. SHELTON, and the stock is second to | none in the 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 & Co. Attractions are Multiplying at the GRAND CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. PIECES SUMMER SILKS, just | received at WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S. 100 pieces SUMMER DRESS GOODS, at 12A, 16?, '20 and '25 cents, at WM. D. LOVE ?, CO.'S. 25 pieces Summer Poplins, at 50 cents I a yard, at WM. D. LOVE & CO.'S. Black Grenadines, in all qualities, at WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S. Black Llama Lace Shawls and Sook3, at WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S. Ladies' Sun Umbrellas, Silk Ties and Ribbons, at WM. D. LOVE & CO.'S. Gents' White Shirts and Furnishing Goods, at low prices, at WM. D. LOVE & CO.'S. You will find an extensive stock of I Carpets, Oil Cloths, Shades and Mat-] tings, at popular prices, at WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S. Tho place to purchase your Dornest jes, Prints, Cottonades, Jeans, Drillings and Cassimercs, for the least money, is at WM. D. LOVE & CO.'S. Every article in the Drv Goods line I needed in any family can ho purchased at WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S. Fresh Goods are received daily at WM. D. LOVE A CO.'S. It will pay any one who needs any-1 thing in ,our lino to call often at the Grand Central Drv Goods Establishment of WM. D. LOVE & CO., Columbia, S. C. Samples sent gratuitously to all parts ! of tho country on application. ~C?TTONi~ STORED and INSURED at very lowest | rates, and the top of tho market gua? ranteed for all Cotton consigned to us for | sale. Advances in ado at. one peu CENT. pEii month upon all Cotton Stored with us, No charge for Dmyage. HAT! Northorn Timothy and Clover at SI.25 and 1.50 100 ?full weight guaranteed. SUED POTATOES! Fine Early Rose, Goodrich, Peerless, Poachbl?ws and other varieties. GUANO! Jonesport Fertilizer?as good as any used?$45 IjJ ton cash and CO'M ton time. SOUTHERN WAREHOUSE CO., Feb 19 3m Opposite S. C. R. Depot ACTS OF TBS LEGISLATOR F OR 1875, wRh postage, $1.15. For sale at B. L. BRYAN'S May 5 Bookstore. Millinery OF the LATEST STYLES; also, Ladies' and Children's SUITS of all sizes and qual? ity, UNDERWEAR, OOR SjfcTS^ HJttB and . FANCY GOODS. Just Ir.vSiV ed, a largo assortment of Wenck's PERFUMERY, at MRS. C. E. REED'S. Furniture, de. ; BY JACOB LEVIN. ON TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at my store, A V All LET Y OF FURNITURE, among whioh ore a very nice Chamber Set, com? plete; Dressing Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, "Window Shades, Carpets, Drug? gets, Ac., Ac. ALSO, An invoice of Canned Tomatoes, Boxes Fine Family Soap, of thirty-six pounds each, Ac, Ac. Terms cash. May 10_ Foreclosure of Mortgage. II. & S. BEARD, Auctioneers. Eben Butler against Thomas A. Garner. BY virtue of power to me given by Thomas A. Garner, by his deed sealed and delivered, to sell the pro? perty hereinafter described, and for nim and in his name to execute proper titles to the purchaser or purchasers of. the said premises, I hereby give notice timt on tho FIBST MONDAY OF JUNE NEXT, I will Bell, at public auction, in the city of Columbia, before the Court House, to the highest bidder, for cash, All that PIECE, PARCEL and TRACT OF LAND, with buildings thereon, situate in the city of Columbia, and bounded as followSj to wit: East by Lincoln street, fronting thereon fifteen feet, more or less; North by lot now or formerly of estate of Robert N. Lewis, running thereon 208 feet, more or less; West by lot of Richard Young, and South by Howard School. May 16 mth? EBEN BUTLEB. 2tfaphtha Lamps. AGAS LIGHT at much less expense. These LAMPS are in different styles and well adapted for Stores, Of? fices, Entries and Booms. Each Lamp is of itself a gas manufactory. The oil is fed through a tube or pipe, at tho end of which the burner converts it into gas, which burns with a brilliant white flame nearly equal to best coal gas, and surpass ? ing inanv gas lights. For sale by Feb 16 M. E. CARR, 57 Bridge street Who feeds me from his grocery store. And showB me every day a score Of dainties, finer than before? 'Tis Solomon. Groceries, Family Supplies, Pure Liquors, Wines, &c. Whose clerks are smiling, childlike, I bland, And always at my service stand Attentive to my least command? Why, Solomon's.' Breakfast Strips, Beef Tongues, Sal? mon Bellies, Pulton Market Beef, Canned Goods ami Other Delicacies: Who cores for no man's smile or frown, While he can keep his prices down, Yet sells the finest goods in town? 'Tis Solomon. 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 thee, "Who always did so well by me, Oh, Solomon? Fancy Crackers, Raisins, Nuts, New 1 Flour and Buckwheat. I'll keep to the store I like so well, 'Neath Mr. Gorman's big hotel, And kept by Hardy 8-O-L I O-M-O-N. ^?~Prices still lower, and goods fresh every day._April 9 CITY HALL GROCERY. GRAND OPENING of spring and Bum mer GROCEBIES, WINES, and so on, such as Substontials! Viz: Hums, Smoked Beef, Tongues, Breakfast Strips, Au. Desirables! As Pressed Corned Beef, Canned Sal? mon, Lobster, Oysters, (extra,) Toma? toes, Peas, Apricots, Pino Apple, Ac. Indispensables! As tho finest Fancy Family Flour, Pearl Grist, Fresh Bolted Meal, Gilt Edgo Butter, Pure Leaf Lard, Raw and Parched Coffees, and Teas of unap? proachable purity and flavor. Medicinal! Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins, Whis? kies, Champagnes, Clarets, Hooks?all of guaranteed purity, strengch and general excellence. My stock is replenished daily; the few I goods enumerated above are but a small portion of the stock which is offered, at attractive prices, in the handsomest store in Columbia. GEQ. SYMMERS. April 11_' , ' 1 : ,. _ .Mackerel. CHOICE MESS MACKEREL. No. 1, 2 and 3 MACKEREL. , Just opened and for sale low, at retail, by JOHN AflNEW '& SON. Thifl Year'a Crop of Maple Sugar. "TUST received,J1,?00 ?on*?ds NEW J CROP MAPLE'SUGAR-, direct from Vermont, for sale cheap at Mayl SOLOMON'S. The Alabama Gold life Inwranco tompayy of mill C. E. THAMES, President; T. N. fWlER, Secretary; Gen. S.D. LEE, Superintendent of Agenoiea. Assets $7S0|0OO in Gold. CAPITAL STOCK *200,000 GOLD?ALL PAID IN. SURPLUS AS'TO POLICY-HOLDERS OVER $400,000 GOLD. GOLD OR CURRENCY POLICIES ISSUED I ASOUTHERN COMPANY, keeps and lends its Money in the Sonth. Since chartered, its dividends have varied from 17 to 27 per cent May 15 W. II. GLOBES, Agent.