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"New Yoric Market.
NEW Yottfr, l?*y 22.-Cotton firm; with.
.alee of 3,500 bales, at 38(??40 cent?. Flour
firm and nnehtajucO, with Bal?? of OOO barr.,
reis of Southern, at $?firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
bouyant-white, $2; pork heavy, at 25@30;
lard heavy, whiskey duh, at $2.26?2.27;
sugar ettad$^Vp??tine., ???,#!99A: gold,
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Bomb?rdBKtnt of Callao.
NEW Yo OK, flay 21.-Aspinwall dates to
the 13th instant have been rewired. The
Spanish fleet bombarded Callao on the 2d
instant. "-' They were rcpnlsed*, however,
without much damage having been done.
Admiral Nunez waa badly woundod. The
Peruvian Secretary of War was killed by
the explosion of a battery. The fight
lasted lour hours, and terminated in thc
withdrawal of the Spanish fleet. Only a
few hundred dollars worth of property
was destroyed. The Spanish loss is sup?
posed to have been heavy. The news o?
the Spanish repulse was received with
freat enthusiasm by thc inhabitants of
anama and Valparaiso. Advices to tho
17th April report that thc blockade had
been raised, and the Government was en?
forcing import and ?xport duties.
WASHINGTON, May 21.--Major-General
Howard, Commissioner of the Freedmen's
Bureau, has issued an order which, among
other particulars, calls the attention of ali
officers to the reports in circulation con?
cerning the acts of cruelty and severity
towards freedmen on their own part, and
to reported derelictions in rendering ac?
counts, &c, and says every officer so ac?
cused shall have an opportunity of vindi?
cation before court-martial. The order
also forbids investments of officers in plant?
ing interests, as the Commissioner says
such action will almost inevitably load to
corruption, as git already has to bitter ac?
Commander Leon Smith, late of Confed?
erate Navy, was pardoned, to-day, by the
President, upon the recommendation of
several prominent Republican Senators
and others. Henry Bragg, of Missouri,
late an officer in the Confederate army,
was also pardoned.
WASHINGTON, May 21. -The Senate, in
consequence of physical inability of Sena?
tor Fassenden to enter upon the discussion
of the reconstruction resolutions to-day,
as per agreement, postponed its considera?
tion until Wednesday. The consideration
of the Colorado bill and veto were also
postponed. The remainder of the session
was devoted principally to business relat
ingto the destruction of Columbia.
The House, to-day, considered the pre?
amble and resolutions of Bepresentative
McClurg, of Missouri, declaring that the
continued contumacy in seceding States
renders it necessary to exercise Congres?
sional legislation in order to give the loyal
citizens of those States protection in their
natural and personal rights enumerated iu
the Constitution, and in addition thereto
makes it necessary to keep on foot a large
standing army to maintain thc authority
of the Government; and whereas, the coun?
try ia already overburdened by the war
debt incurred to defend the nationality
against an infamous rebellion, and it is
neither just nor politic to inflict this vast
additional expense on the peaceful indus?
try of the nation; therefore
Resolved, That it be referred to the Com?
mittee on Reconstruction to inquire into
the expediency of levying contributions on
seceding States to defray extraordinary
expenses that would otherwise be imposed
on the General Government; and that said
Committee be instructed to report by hill
The Honse adopted the above by a vote
of 73 against 35.
The House also passed tho following,
introduced by Mr. Henderson, of Missouri:
1. Resolten, That it is the sense of thia
House that all just and righteous Govern?
ments are intended, not to confer rights
and privileges upon the subjects thereof,
but to secure to each and every individual
the full,"free and untrammeled exercise
and enjoyment of all those rights which
God has bestowed upon him.
2. Resolved, That the safety, happiness
and prosperity of the people require that
just and adequate penalties be annexed to
the violation of law, and that those penal?
ties be inflicted npou trangeasors, not for
the purpose of retaliation or revenge, but
to insure subordination and obedience.
3. Resolved, That wc will stand by and
sustain thc President in executing the
lawB of tho United States in the States
lately in insurrection against the National
Government, to vindicate the majesty of
the law, to sustain the confidence of the
loval people, and warn the refractory for
all time to come.
The tax bill was discussed.
The London Times is not entirely
blind when America is the subject to
be looked at. It says: "The South?
erners are prepared to shake hands,
but the Northerners wilrnvoir+rirVo it.
They are resolved to keep their late
enemies out of the pale of the Consti?
tution, to disarm them by the inflic?
tion of civil disabilities, to punish
them for their recent malignancy by
political outlawry, to restrain them by
penal statues, to introduce among
them obnoxious principles supported |
by force, and thus in the heart of tho
South to establish Northern aseen- j
(laney. Of course they do not profess |
to be doing all this in perpetuity, j
They intend, as soon as Southerners |
and Democrats have been made good
Northerners and radicals, to remove |
tra political fetters by the abolition
of rests and by measnres of emanci?
pation. That is the programme of
the party now in collision with the
President, and no Englishman will
have any difficulty in recognizing the
parallel. We see exactly what
America is about, ft is Ireland over
-? ? -
A store was broken open iu East
port, Maine, on the 19th, with the
supposed purpose of getting arms
belonging to the Fenians, and which
had been attached for debt. Ten or
twel"-? Feqians, all that remained of
the grand iirmy, disappeared on the
Gen. Steedman's investigation at
the Sea Islands of South Carolina re?
veals the fact that freedmen are over?
charged for provisions and the neces?
saries of life, and are only half paid
for their work.
The yellow fever is prevailing at
Vera Crux; the smallpox atTruxello,
and the cholera badly et Guatamala.
- ?fa>ra WaahtHgten?
Thc Government haviug received
information that the French Govern?
ment is not carrying ont their agree?
ment in regard to the "withdrawal of
the French tropps from Mexico, but
have despatched additional troops
since the Emperor's letter giving his
adhesion to their gradual withdrawal,
has notified him that we expect a
strict observance of said understand?
ing, and that no more French troops
must be despatched to that country.
[Kev York World.
Governor Lyon, pf Idaho Terri?
tory, writes that a massacre was, on
the 11th March, made of some six?
teen friendly indians in the Terri?
tory-by the advice of an editor!
"than whom a greater scoundrel
never lived." There were but two
grown males. The others were wo?
men and children. The Governor
has gathered the rest of the ttibe and
put them under military protection.
Ho says he has u^ver found the In?
dians the aggressors in such troubles.
Reynolds (the editor) writes like a
radical. Substitute "rebels" for "In?
dians," and read the following:
"Sixteen Lo's have bit the dust.
We long to see this vile race extermi?
nated. Every man. who kills an In?
dian is a public benefactor. Who
will not emulate this good example,
and .rid us of these nuisances? These
ar? the wretches tho Government
pamper, and Governor Lyon's sickly
sentiment in favor of preserving
them is all bosh."
It is understood here in Republican
circles that several conservative friends
of Senator Foster have united with the
Democrats in the Connecticut Legis?
lature to oppose the election of a
radical to the United States Senator
ship. This has created much excite?
ment at the capitol. I am in re?
ceipt of reliable information, show?
ing that the Republican friends of
Johnson are moving upon system |
in numerous leading quarters of the
Plenty of Republican members of
Congress are glad of the Colorado
The Chicago Times justly remarks,
the drunkenness, personalities, inde?
cency and fanaticism of the present
Congress will make it infamous. All
the vices, the blackguardism, treason,
inefficiency and dishonestv of the
age seem assembled in the Capitol at
Washington. It is long past the
time this disgraceful coucern should
have adjourned. Let it dissolve, and
let the people prepare to elect some?
thing which will properly represent
The New York Commercial Adver?
tiser, speaking of the inconsistency of
the Republican party says, "it favors j
negro suffrage in the South. It ig- j
nores it in Connecticut, and disowns
it when the constitution of a new Ter- j
ritory is submitted for acceptance. ;
What honesty of purpose can be pre- j
dicated of party representatives who
act as these have done on the Colora- I
The New York Police Commission- j
ers have changeil the police standard i
of height from five feet eight inches j
to five feet seven inches. No person j
will be taken, however, who does not
weigh 130 pounds.
COMMERCIAL AND FIXAM'IAL.
ACOVSTA, May 21.-There was a good
demand for cotton, with a few sales at 30c.
for middling, and 31c. for strict to good
middling. Offering stock light. Gold dull;
brokers baying at 127 und Belling nt 120. i
Silver buying at 122 Rnd selling at 124. '
MEMPHIS. May 18.-The cotton market is j
buoyant. Ordinary 24@25c., strict nid- I
diing 32c. -
WII.MINHTON. May IK.-A small i t of
cotton sold at 31c. for middling.
NEW ORLEANS, May 18.- better qualities
of cotton still. Sales to-day 1,200 bales;
low middling 33@34c. Receipts 240> l?ales.
Week's receipts 5,460 against 5,790 bales
last week. Exports this week 3.512. Stock I
7,000 bales. -
KEW YORK, May 21.-The cotton market ?
is buoyant; 8,000 bales sold at 38??40c. <
Flour dull; ldc. lower -Southern $10.60tf$
$16.75. Wheat quiet. Under Western ac- '
counts it has advanced from 8@5c. Corn j
active, and advanced lc. Pork dull at i
$25??-?80. Whiskey dull at 26@27. Sugar I
steadv. Naval stores quiet. Turpentine !
email@example.com. Rosin $firstname.lastname@example.org. Gold closed '
at 32, owing to the news per Cuba. Prc- |
viona quotations SOL
OA AAA FEET LUMBER,Flooring i
?U.V/UU and Weather-boarding,
allsi/.ex. Applvto PARKER & FRIPP.
May 23 3?
Hay and Ale.
r.A BALES N. E. H AV.
OvJ 2 casks imporn d Scotch AI.E. For :
sale at a verv low ii','? re, bv
May 23 3?' PARKER k FRIPP.
JUST received, at FANNING'S BE- i
STAU KANT, a suppl v of this cele- !
brated brand of SMOKING TOBACCO. I
This is tho genuine article. May 23 !.
Wholesale and Retail.
11HE subscriber respectfully informs his
. friends, and the community generally,
toa* his spacious, cool cellar ls now well
stocked with his celebrated LAGER and I
BUCK BEER He \entures to say that it
far surpasses any Northern Beer or Ale, j
being fre'i of all adulteration, and onlv '
composed of pure Malt and Hops. All th? I
physicians recommend it highly, not only
to persons iu good health, but "also to the
aged and persons of gem ral debility. It wUl1
impart strength and vigor to the system.
Como on?, come all, and take a glass and
judgo for yourselves. P. BAU MANN,
Lager Beer Brewery.
P. 8.-FIVE HUNDRED GALLONS ON
HAND. All orders left at tho ste-re of J.
BjJfcmann will be attended to with prompt
n TAS and despatch. May 23 6*
NEW BRICK t
1 QA AAA NEW BRICK for sale
1?U.UUU ready for delivery. Ap?
ply at Green's Brick Yard to
May 23 3* T. C. LEE.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES !
f^i UM AS8AFOTIDA.
VX BLUE MASS, in pounds.
CALOMEL, DOVER'8 POWE ERK.
CROTON OIL, MORPHIA.
Gum Opium, Quinine.
Opodeldoc, Extract Logwood.
Syrup Squills, Borax.
Castor Oil, quarts and pint M.
Dead Shot Vermifuge.
Holloway's Worm Confective.
Winslow s Soothing Syrup.
Wright's Pills, Brandreth's Pill*.
Ayer's Pills, Harlem Oil.
German Horse Powder.
Barber's Horse Powder.
Tarrant's Aperient, Tarrant's Cubebs.
Philotoken, Batchelors Hair Dye.
Marchioi CathoHcon, Pain Killer
Sandford's Liver Invigorator.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
*' Sarsaparilla, Sozodont.
McMunn's Elixir Opium.
Flour Sulphur, Roll Brimstone.
Cream Tartar, English Mustard
Lemon Syrup, Ginger Syrup.
Extract Lemon, Extract Vanilla.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists,
At the old stand, Main street.
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admiration of every one. No one
possessing this rich gift and attribute
of health ana attraction would exchange it
for the wealth of tho Indies. Yet now
many suffer their skin to become rough
with spots and pimples, which mar the
beautv and bloom of the face. The CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all spots and
blemishes, tan, freckles, pimples, blotches,
and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
attractive in woman.
For sale bv druggists evervwhere.
FISH?R & HEINITSH, Agents.
JOHN M. MARIS A CO., Philad'a,
_ May 23_._
RICORD S TRUE SPECIFIC,
THE French Remedy, for the permanent
euro of gonorrhoea, gleet, stricture,
and affections of tho kidneys and urethra,
swelling of the glands, seminal weakness,
obstruction and incontinence of urine.
Tarrant's Cubebs and Copaiba.
Brown's Essence Jamaica Ginger.
Philotoken, or Female's Friend.
Liver Invigorator, Cod Liver Oil.
Lemon, Ginger and Strawberry Syrups.
Maccaboy Snuff, Elixir of Bark.
Colognes, Pomades, Musk. For sale at
FISHER & H EIN ITS H'S,
May 4 Pharmaceutists.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCHf
Itch Liniment 1 !
THE great remedy at last for the ITCH.
This LINIMENT will cure in a few ap- j
plications. \t is perfectly clean, and free
from oftens and dirty grease. A very |
pleasant ret dy, and a restorer of very ?
nappy feeling.;. All who arc annoyed with j
this disease will use the Liniment. For ;
sale only at FISHER ,v HEINITSH'S
April 3_Drug Store. j
WORMS'. PLUMS! WORMS!
SUGAR PLUMS; for worms, Sugar Plums ; ;
For worms, take thc Sugar Plums;
A safe and sure cure, Plums for worms. .
Children take them- with delight,
To put the worms to dreadful fright.
For sale at FISHER & HEINITSH'S.
In addition to our large stock ol
DRY GOODS !
We have received, THIS DAY. a
MW SUPPLY OF GOODS !
AMONG them may be lound the follow?
ing articles, viz:
White and Colored French Brilliants.
Black and Colored CREPE MERETZ.
8-4 White and Black BERAGES and TA
MERTINES, for Shawls.
Swiss and Jaconet Editings and Band?
Linen Collars and Cuffs.
Real Lace Setts.
Damask Doylies and Napkin? I
Tallie and Piano Covers.
Ribbons of every description.
And numerous other articles, too tedious
to mention; all of which we offer for sale at
Our Usual Low Bates !
**- Thanking the public tor their past
patronage, wo most respectfully solicit a
call from all.
R. C. SHIVER. W. M. BECKHAM.
Shoes, Groceries, Sec.
BEGS leave to inform bis customers and
the public that he bas just received,
and will continue to receive:
Prime WHITE CORN.
BLACK-EYED and COW PEAS
A fine assortment of Ladies', Misses' and
Men's SHOES and BROGANS.
Together with a full stock of GROCE?
RIES. All of which I will sell as low a?
can be bought in Columbia for cash.
I receive daily fresh COUNTRY BUT?
TER. South side.Gjrvais street.
May 22 2 Near Assembly.
XTTHITE FRENCH CHINA, at reduced
FLOWER FOTS, of all sizes. At
May 82 6 _ GREGG & CO.'S
To the Ladies?
IHAVE just received an elegant assort?
ment of LADIES' STRAW HATS, trim?
med and untrimmed, consisting of Der?
bys, Sailors, Soa-sides, Sun-downs, Ac,
which I will sell at verv reasonable prices.
May 22 6_ _M. L. KIN ARD.
THE undersigned has associated him?
self with THOMAS R. AGNEW, of New
York, under the firm of J. & T. R. AGNEW,
for tho purpose of conducting a Hardware
and Grocery Business, in their new store,
corner of Main and Flain streets, Columbia.
S. C. In addition to a well-?elected stock
of Hardware. Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
Ac, they will keep constantly on hand a
choice "assortment of Family Groceries,
comprising every article usually kept in a
first-class grocery establishment, which
will bc s~lu at moderato prices, and to
which they solicit thc attention of the citi?
zens of Columbia and the surrounding
country. JOHN AGNEW.
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 12, 18ti0. May 13
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
THE undersigned havo been appointed
agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes are made with three flanges
all other safes have but two. Thev nave
Powder Proof Locks, and tho locks and
bolts are protected with plates of hardened
steel, which is tho only protection against
tho burglars drill and thc insertion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
While these Sates have no superior in
quality, they are furnished at moderate
prices-at least 25 to 33i per cent, less than
Herring's and other makers, while the
quality cannot be surpassed.
A sample Safe can be seen at our store,
and orders will be taken at New York
prices, with expenses of transportation
added, and no charge for forwarding in
Charleston J. &. T. R. AGNEW.
CHOICE GOSHEN BITTER f
JUST received, per steamer, a supplv of
choice MAY BUTTER-extra nice. For
sale low bv J. ?V. T. R. AGNEW.
BBLS. Choice Irish POTATOES, Bbls.
Split 3'eas, Beans, Pearl Barley, Hock?
er's Farina, Duryea's Maizena. Crosse A
Blackwell's London Mustard, Quarter and
Hslf Boxes Sardines, Raisins. Citron, Mac
caroui, Yermicella, Choice Black and Green
Tea-j, Primo Coffee, Pickles in Jars, and for
sale by the dozen or hundred. Soap, Starch
Fin Blue, Olive Oil, Canned Peaches. Toma?
toes, Pepper Sauce, Walnut and Tomato
Catsups, London Club Sauce, Worcester?
shire sauce. Yeast Powders, Cooking Soda,
Flavoring Extracts, Bakers Chocolate,
Ginger, Pepper and Spices, English Dairy
Cheese, Soda biscuit, Sugar. Butter, Oys?
ter and Boston Crackers. Mackerel in
whole, half, quarter barrels and kits, also
at retail. Together with numerous addi?
tions to our stock now on the way and
being daily received, and which will be
sold at moderate prices bv
Mav 15 J. .v t. R. AGNEW.
SHOULDERS !\D HUON.
TUST received, barrel? SUPERIOR NEW
YORK SUGAR CURED HAMS, at 22$c.
SUGAR CURED BREAKFAST STRIPS,
BALTIMORE CITY CURED HAMS.
PRIME LEAF LARD. For sale bv
Mav 13 J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
jg BES MUSCOVADO SUGARS, s pounds
Barrels Muscovado SUGARS. 7 jxntnds
A complete assort ment of Crushed and
Refined SUGARS. For sale at low rates bv
May 13 .1. .v T. R. AGNEW. '
JQQ ^BARRELS CHOICE FAMILY
.20 Barrels Becker's Self-raming FLOUR.
Just received and tor sale bv
Mav 13 :,. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Hay & Corn!
I f\f\ BALES PRIME HAY.
XULF 1,000 bushels PRIME CORN.
Just received and for sale bv
Mav 13_ J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
Bolting Cloths, Scythes and Grain
JUST received a complete assortment of
Genuine Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth?,
Griffin's Grain Scythes and Superior Grain
Cradles, which wo ofter at low figures.
Mav 15 J. ?- T. R. AGNEW.
STUART'S WHITE SYRL'P.
Stuart's SuftarLoaf Syrup
uart's Golden Svrun. Just received
an for sale bv J." A T. R AGNEW.
Mav 19 _
PS A N E W AND
E~ beautiful SPRING
W AGON, with
oiafts, two moveable seats, nicely cushion?
ed, and with or without Pole and Double
Harness; all in perfect order. The Wagon
was made by Gower, Cox A- Markley, of
Greenvale, S. C., and has only been driven
from Greenville to Columbia. Can be seen
at Hitchcock s Stables. Apply to Mr. Wm.
Hitchcock, at thc stable, or to Mr. J. L.
Lumsden, Assembly street,
i Also, a tino, light", fancy Buggy and Har?
ness, inewj and fine, young, g 'iule, well
broken Harness Horse. App. to J. L.
LUMSDEN, Assoinblv street." All the
abov will be sold VERY LOW for cash.
May 18 __6*
CRATES of Straw WRAPPING PAPER.
Bales of COTTON TWINE. Just re
I ceived and for sale at STANLEY'S.
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP (J011PM?, I
. /Stuning each Port every Alternat*
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOl'DEK,
CAPT. Ii. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. T. MAUSHMAN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offerfcg everv
inducement to SHIPPERS ?nd th?
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodation? for Passengers, with
tablea supplied by,every luxury " the New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety, speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled un the coast.
' THE STEAMSHIP v
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, on THURSDAY, May "24,
186*5, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage applv at the
Agents. WILLIS & CHIS?LM,
Slav 18 North Atlantic Wharf.
COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
JACOB COHEN". C. F. HANCKEL. JOS. COHEN.
Naval Stores and all descriptions ot
Produce or Merchandize. Will ship to
Northern and Foreign Port?, Ac. Will
make liberal ad vance? on consignments for
sale or shipment. May 15
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS POPULAR ami well known
HOTEL has been NEWLY FUR
.NISHED throughout by the present
proprietor, who has been sixteen years
connected with the estabhs' ment.
H. WHITE, Proprietor.
GEOROK G. Marr., Superintendent
CHARLES A. MILLER, Cashier
HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Oopartne r ship,
UNDER THE N AME AND STYLE OF j
As Agents for Furnishing Builders j
! Manufactured Supplies ! !
INCLUDING IRON FRONTS.
Iron Columns, Pilasters, Cornu es Ac. I
Iron Revolving Shutters,
Iron Railings, Verandahs, Ac
Carved Work in Woods,
j cdaos Plate-, Hammered, Stained .v.-. ;
j Roofing Felt,
Interior De corations of every kind. '
Having m:-.de favorable arrangements,
with the largest manufacturers, they are
prepared to i amish to tins and the adja?
cent comma ntics prompt supplies of thc ;
above articles at manufacturers" prices, (
: with only the cost of transportation added.
They are enabled to exhibit Drawings, '
showing every variety of design of Iron 1
Fronts, Ac, thus affording purchasers, am- j
pie opportun itv to make selections.
; B. M. LEE will take charge of ib<- Coin
i mercial business of the concern.
FRANCIS .0. LEE, Architect, ?ill take!
I charge of the Architectural and Mechani
i cal portions ot* the business, and will give !
all desired information as to appropriate?
ness of designs, and full directions a* to
construction, free of extra charge.
! . Orders from this and adjoining cities
? promptly at tended to. i
Parties desiring Iron Fronts will send
I exact measurements of front of buildings
and lots,, and heights of several stories. '
B. M. LEE,
FRANCIS D. LEE.
: ??- Francs 1). Lee, Architect, will con
; tinuc in his own nani^ the business of his
I Oftice of Lee Brothers and Francis D. ?
'? Lee, for the present, Law Range. Charles
! on, S. C. May 2 +lnio
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j Hardy Solomon's,
ANEW supplv of SEA-SIDES. SUN
DOWN'S, FRENCH CORSETS and
Spriig and Mourning Calicoes, winch will
bo sold at tho ticual low prices.
Assemblv street, near New Market.
! May ll_"_
EIGHT FINE MULES. Applv at this
office. May IS
Mules, m?on?, Groctties, t'urnii?i-e, de:
By JAMES G. GIBBES.
C. F. HARRISON, ALCTIONEKK.
THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, 23d inst, at
10 o'clock, I will ?ell. at my f toro,
4 good Mules.
2 Wagons and Harness.
1 superior Two-horse Wagon, *dth Har?
ness and Cover-al! complete.
A mixed lot of Groceries.
Bacon. Mackerel, Cheese.
Porter, Whiskey, Tobacco.
Sundry articles of Furniture.
N. B.-Article? for sale received up to
timo of sale._ May 2H 1
Auction Sale of Public Animal?.
TO be sold, in trout of the College Cam
pus, at Columbia. S. C.,'at 10j a. m.,
on SATURDAY, May 26,1866,
I Sixteen (16) MULES.
Fifteen (15* HORSES.?
Terms cash, iu United States currency.
By order Brevet Lt. Col. A. W. THOMAS
(8igned,5 THOMAS BRITTON,
1st Lieut. 6th U. S. Infv, A. A. Q. M.
Ul Tiffi MY.
And for Sale Cheap I
pr rv BOXES TOBACCO-chotee grades.
0\J 10 " " -low
10,000 SEGARS-genuine Rio Hondo. . .
5,000 " -low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS-8 to 12.
10 basket s Heidsiek Champagne,
50 dos. Madeira, Port, Sherry und Claret
10 doz. Lemon Syrup.
10 bbla. Bourbon Whiskey ,
20 *' Corn1
75 bbls. Flour.
800 bushels Corn.
50 kits Mackerel
50 bois. Coffee sugars.
25 " common Brown Sttgaro
25 bags Coffee.
300 boxes Sardines '
10C " Herrings. ,
JAXXEY ? tOLLESON
-| pr ROLLS 5 and 6 quarter CANTON
A.O MATTING-wfcite and red cheeked.
150 pieces PRINTS-^?heap.
200 M BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
50 " Lawns and Organdies.
Ladies' Philadelphia Slippers.
5 bales Brown Shirtmgs. For sale cheap
Mav 16 T0LLE80N & JAN NEY.
Wholesale & Retail.
OP? PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
^020 FRENCH GRENADINES.
20 pb.ces Embroid'd and Plain Berages.
10 " French Wasambique.
30 " Ber age Anglais, at 37 J 7d.
50 " Chalhes-very pretty-37$ 7d.
'25 " French Prints.
200 " Fancy *.
21)0 " Lawas and Jaconets.
Just received, a fine assortment of SEA?
SIDE HATS, WREATHS and FEATHERS
Bombazines, 6-4 Black DeLaine.
8-4 BJack and White berage, for shawl*.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Mualins
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored BriU?ints
Trail Hoop Skirts. ,. W
Embrosd'a and Linen Cuffs and Collar?.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtinga.
25 " 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheeting?.
Bales 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery-all prices and qualities.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Drap d'Et?.
Linens, Nankenett, fer for genta wear
ALSO. AT WHOIF8ALE ONLY
20 cases Ladies' Bootees.
10 " " Slipt ttiTJ.
10 " Men's Congress Boots.
10 " Lasting Shoes.
10 and Leather Pump?.
A iargt- ?tock of Ladies' Hats, trimmed
Gent's Felt and Leghorn Hats. >
10,000 Colored and White Envelopes <
Foolscap, Note and Letter Paper.
Large stock of Clothing.
TOLL ESO X ? JANNEY.
ALOT on Plain street, between Marion
and Bull; eight SQUARES in the
South-east portion of the city; and fifty
acres of PINE LAND, two miles of Colum?
bia. For terms, applv to Col. F. W. Mc
Master or to J. McF. GASTON.
May l'J_ _
HERRING'S Patent Champion Fire
Burglar, Powder and Damp Proof
Sar'ES for sale. The only sure protection
from fire. I can furnish these Safes, all
sizes, at manufacturer's prices, freight
added. J. H. KIN ARD. Agent,
. May 19 gmo_Columbia, S. C.
Look at This !
THE LARGEST, :
EST LOT of SP."
. MOURNING CALICOEJK wipe loueur:
Assemblv streM, nVajflew Market.
Ladies will do welN toA-il and examine
them before purchasl .A^i*;where.
"GIBBES fe HIGGINS,
RISKS against Fire taken iii the
ing Companies, at fair rrfea, at
cu arge for polices:
NORTH AMERICAN COUP ANY,
' CONTINENTA L COMPAN1
VIRGINIA STATE COMPAJ
SUN MUTUAL COMP.'
EXCHANGE on New York
' ton bought and sold; desk
; Bonds, Ac. Tho highestr
Gold, Silver and Bank Not/
JAMES G. GIBBES,
I Office Plain street,
May 19 ?