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New York Market.
NEW Youif-rjlay 24.-Cotton activo and
aflvanciiiK; middlings 4(Xg42c. Gold 881
?i^3?A- Flour advanced 10@15c.; Southern,
$10.75r?*16.7.">. Wheat. 2f?4c. higher. Mess
WASHINGTON, May 23.-The debate on
the Constitutional amendment is progress?
ing in tlie Senate.
In the flense, a bill has been proponed
to extend the duration of the Freedmen's
bureau three voare.
NEW YORK, May 23.-Havana corres?
pondence received herc say? nil eyes are
turned to the formidable preparations for
a revolution, by expected aid from the
South American Republics.
The Government monopoly on tobacco
in Cuba has bceu abolished.
Another revolution is progressing in
Additional Ftoreign Intelligence.
NEW YonK, May 23.-The extracts from
the European papen represent war as in?
evitable. There is no confirmation of the
report of a European Congress to bc hsld,
or signs of mediation. Earl Clarendon, in
the House of Borda, said that the English
(iovernment would not engage in war di?
rectly ?ir indirectly. Napoleon, in a speech
at A?gureau, said, "I detest these treaties
of 1815, which it is now sought to make
tho basis of our foreign policy." The de?
claration was considered a signal for war,
and the Paris Bourse was panic-stricken.
Tho London 2T?w*, commenting on this,
"Only Napoleon can prevent war, but.
unfortunately the arbiter of the Continent
speaks only to sproad dismay on every ex?
change, by some doubtful utterance. '
An attempt Iud been made to assassi?
nate Count Bifciiiarck by the son of a ltc
publican refugee, named Carl blond. The
assassin fired five shots, all of which wero
ineffectual. Bismarck seized the assassin
and gave him into custody.
Secretary Seward'* Spooch.
NEW YORK, May 23.-Secretary Seward
made a speech at Auburn, in this State,
yesterday evening. Mr. Seward said the
solicitude which pervaded thc country
would perhaps justify him in addressing
tho people upon political topics, candidly
and patriotically. When good Union men
were suspicious of the change in the views
of defeated rebels and their rapport of the
President's policy-bc, from tuc first, re?
jected thc idea that change was accom?
plished for treasonable purposes. Recon?
struction is not needed, because the coun?
try as constituted long since has not been
destroyed. What is needed is reconcilia?
tion between the Senators now acting und
those who, being loyal, haye been or may
be elected hereafter from the Southern
States. With few exceptions, the South
sra people could justly bc accepted as fel?
low-citizens. The Southern States have
for the last four years been merely disor?
ganized. Tliey arc now organized, and
uothing ia needed but conciliation. The
President's plan of reconstruction is that
so far and so fast as unrepresented South
urn States present themselves in a loyal
attitude bv representatives unquestiona?
bly loyal, thev are entitled to representa?
tion. This plan is practicable. No plan
proposed by Congress so far is immediate?
ly practicable. Ho was aware there was a
diff?rence between the President and Con?
gress, but hoped that difference would not
cause the Union party to lose its great in- :
flnence in guiding thc country to perfect I
Tile Health of JOTCINUII Davl?. I
WASHINGTON, .May 2:. In compliance
with the President's instruction?, j>r.
Cooper, Surgeon United States Army, bas
reported upon the condition of Jefferson
Davis. Ho reports that Mr. Davis is con?
siderably cmaeiatod, tho fatty tissues hav- j
ing almost disappeared, leaving his skiu ;
shrivelled. His muscles are small, flaccid
and very soft, and he has but little muscu?
lar strength, ile is quite weak and de?
bilitated, consequently his gait is uneven '
and irregular. His digestive organs at j
present are in a comparatively good con
ditton, but become quickly deranged nuder
anything but most carefully prepared food.
With a diet disagreeing with him, dyspep?
tic symptoms probably make their appear?
ance, followed by vertigo, severe labial
and cranial neuralgia, erysepelatics, in?
flammation of posterior scalp and right j
side of nose, which quickly affects the ;
right eye, the only sound one he now lia:*,
and extends through the nasal duet into
the interior nose. His nervous system itt
greatly deranged, being much prostrated
and excessively irritable. Sli^ln noises,
which are scarcely perceptible to robust
health, cause him mach pain - thc descrip- :
tion of the sensation being as of ono Hay?
ed and having every sentient mo ve ex- :
posed to thu waves of sound. Want of ;
sleep has been great, and is almost tho
principal cause of bis nervous excitability.
This has been pie.laced by the constant !
tramp of the creaking boots of the semi- ?
nols on post around his prison-room, anti ?
the relieving of the guard al the expira- |
tion of every two hours, which almost in- !
variably wakens him. Mi\ Davis states I
that he has scarcely enjoyed over two !
hours of unbroken sleep at one time :inee I
his confinement. Means have been taken, !
by placing matting on the floors for the !
sentinels to walk on, to alleviate thia
source of disturbance, hut with only par- ;
tial success. His vital condition is low,
and he has but little recuperative force.
Should ho bc attacked by any of thc severe 1
ioruiH of disease to which the tide-water
region of Virginia is subject, Sturgeon
Cooper, with good reason, fears for the
ARREST OF FREEDMEN'S BUREAU
OFFICERS.-The Washington Evening
The statement made iu some of thc
newspapers that the President has
ordered the arrest of all officers of
the Freedmen's Bureau engaged in
cultivating lands in the South, goes
a little too far. The President has
directed Maj. (Jen. Howard to cause
tho arrest of every officer of the Bu?
reau in North Carolina who is engaged
or pecuniarily inti rested in the culti?
vation of plantations, and Brig. Gen.
W. E. Strong has been despatched to
execute the order. Judge Advocate
General Holt has been instructed by
the President to make out charges
and specifications against these of?
ficers, with a view to their trial before
A large and enthusiastic meeting
of President Johnson's supporters
was held at Westminster, Maryland,
on Saturday. Hon. Montgomery
Blair, Senator Hendricks and General
Li. H. Rousseau, of Kentucky, spoke
in support of tho President's policy.
Pourries OF TTTE SUPREME COLET."
The Washington, correspondent of
thc Chicago Tribune pretends to have
ascertained that of -tho Judges of the
?Supreme Court, Messrs. Chase, Mil?
ler, Swayne and Davis agree with
Congress, and Messrs. Nelson, Grier,
Clifford and Field agree with the
President as to the position of the
Southern States, and matters con?
nected with reconstruction generally.
The correspondent finds in this equal
division of opinion the reason why
the Senate is reluctant to confirm as
Judge Mr. Stansbury, of Ohio, who
agrees with the President, and would
give him tho support of tho majority
of tho Supremo Court.
WILLIAMSBURG DLSTRICT, S. C.
Thc KingstreeStar says:
During last week, this District was
visited with the heaviest fall of rain
ever before experienced by tho "old?
est inhabitants." Black River is
fuller than it has been for ten years.
! We hear from all directions of bridges
i being washed away, and tho bud con
I dition of roads. The growing crops
I have been materially injured, und in
i some places totally destroyed. Mr.
j John A. Keels was elected to the Le- :
I gislature from this District, on Tues- I
! day last, without opposition.
The Judiciary Committee have had j
a tie vote; on Mr. Stevens' proposition j
to levy duty on cotton, half believing
it can bc done constitutionally. They |
have also agreed to report a bill fix?
ing six years us the limitation in
which anitsagainst the United States
can be brought before the Court of
Claims. They have also agreed to
report a bill increasing the United
States Marshals' allowances, icc.
SANTA ANNA.-Gen. Santa Anna is |
still at Elizabeth port. T he Common :
Council have tendered him the
freedom of that city, lt is said!
that, he has engaged a residence in j
this city, corner of Fourteenth street |
and Sixth avenue, of which he will
take possession in a few days, and
where he will remain until the 1st of i
September.- .WT York Expr?s*.
Gov. Sharkey returned to his homo
in Jackson, Mississippi, from AV ash- j
ington City, Tuesday last. He is
represented ns being in the best of
spirits ami to have no doubt that the
President 's policy will be over-whelm
The Hon. .Tann's M. Mason, of
Virginia, was among thc passengers !
of the steamship Monravin, which
arrived at Quebec on the loth inst.
Mr. Mason has since gone to Mon?
Tho negroes had a row among
themselves in a church, in Mobile, j
Sunday week, which resulted ia kill?
ing five and wounding a great many
'I'll.- freedmen's Bureau has re- I
ceivod encouraging accounts from
(ten. Gregory, in Texas, of the con
dition e..it.oi and sugar crops ?
lt is asserted that one object of
Austria in menacing Prussia ami Italy
i is to force England t<> assent to the
convention ol' aEnropeati congress.
Seven horse-thieves and despera?
does have been lynched to death in
St. Clair County, Missouri, .luring,
the past few weeks.
All the bridges on the (?eorgia
State Hoad between Chattanooga and 1
Dallon were washed away by (he
recent heavy rains.
Senator Wright, ol' New Jersey, is
dead. lt is reported that the *Go- !
vernor will appoint A. .1. Cation to
liil t'a.- vacancy.
Tie- China, from Boston, on the
23d, to.,k away nearly two millions. :
and the steamer Teneriffe three and
a quarter millions of gold.
The Directors of the South Caro
lina Railroad, accompanied with
several guests, have made an excur?
sion oil the road f> Augusta.
General I). S Terry has been elect?
ed United Stab's Se?aba' from Con?
Gen. Julius Stahl bas been ap?
pointed United States Consul to
The President 1ms decided to order
all while volunteers to bc mustered
! Tho Warrior Uiver has risen at
Tuscaloosa a trifle over forty feet.
Sacred lo the momorv of the late tl. li. i
j N UXAMAKEIt, who died ai ?os residence, I
; in Lexington District, :>. C., on t!?<- morn
\ ing of the sth ..f March, ise,.;, m the sixty- '
fifth vcar of his age.
Mr! Xuuamaker ha 1 long resided in the |
city of Columbia, being one among the j
oldest m.-reliants there. His health had ;
been declining many years, yet no murrum
escaped his lips; lie was always cheerful,
I seeming to he resigned to tho will of God. i
j I Us only regret was in Lidding adieu to his .
family,"being greatly attached to them.!
He was a loud an 1 indulgent fathi i and a !
devoted husband. . i
Y.-s, he has h f: ii : WV have said fare?
well t-> tho Keel :md affectionate father,
j Ho is taken forever from our mid-?:. No
j moi r will wc ticar hi? loved voice no more
1 will we listen t > the echo of his footsteps -
. H. sleeps his last sleep
H.- leis felt his last pain;
N'.. lov< d v dec can aronso him
To Joys again."
\ I!, leaves a wire and four children, to
1 gril:.T with numerous relatives, friends
and acquaintances, to mourn his loss.
! "N.itir knew him but to love bim
N'onc named him bul to praise."
We would whistler to tho bereaved and
afflicted family to thc disconsolate wi?
dow that their loss is his gain. Ho has
only bid you and thc world an adieu that
I his soul may wing its flight tr. the gates of
j Paradise, there.tn bo crowned with life
forever. N. M. E.
PORT OE CHARLESTON, MAY 24.
Brig Albert Adams, Ayres, New York.
Sehr. Damon, Johnson, Boston. *
WENT TO SEA YESTERDAY.
Sehr. J. W. Rumsoy, Fall River, Mass.
COMJIEKC'lAh ANO FINANCIAL..
CHARLESTON, Mav 24. -About 100 bales
of cotton were sold herc yesterday, mices
still tending upward, and thc stoeK light.
Ordinary to good ordinary, 20<^i31c; low
middling to middling, 33@35c; strict mid?
ATJOCSTA, May 23.-There is no demand
for cotton. In the absence of buyers, tho
market is firm. There being no sales, quo?
tations cannot bo given. Cold is ad?
vancing; brokers buying at 130<i?l31, and
selling at 132@133. Brokers buying silver
at 122, and selling at 126.
There was a sale of stocks and bonds in
Charleston on Wednesday, ly Messrs.
John S. lli^gs A Co.. at thc following rates:
?2,000 Citv six per cent, stock, S78j to $80:
$."A)0 North-eastern Railroad 1st mortgage
bund, isl!; $1,000 City of Columbia (past
due) bond, SC; i?.?KJO North Carolina
bonds, $38; $l,oOO in American Hold, *35$;
Shares South Carolina Railroad I tank, ??<!;
Shares (preferred) North-eastern Railroad,
$'Mk: Shares Charleston Gas Company,
$19; Coupons State rd'South Carolina. SiWJ;
Coupons North-eastern Railroad, $<i.V. Co?
pons City of Savannah, $i?2V.
NEW YORK, May 23.-The price of gold
runup, to-day, to I33|. Thc Cuba's news
had this eftbet. The despatches of yester?
day relativetoeotton.it appears, were in
error; cotton bad advanced in bondon id.,
instead ol' declining. Wm. P. Wright "re?
ports that cotton is quieter, but linn, under
thc Cuba's news. Sales, 1.500 bales; for
the week. 20.000 halos. The quotations
are: For middling uplands, 38 cents: Or?
leans. 10 cents. Receipts of the week at
all port?, 21,(KIO bab's; exports. 24,000
balts. Cotton firm, at 38@i0 cents. Flour
firm and unchanged; Southern linn; sales,
COO barrels, at SlU.75f<?lG.75. Corn buoy?
ant: white, i'll cents. Purl; heave, at
$30.25. Whiskey dull, at S2.2Gtfc2.27.
Sugar steady. Turpentine, fl).25(??9.50.
Water Coed? )>.
l*urc Pcm v?an ti nano. For sale lowbv
May 25 li GREGG A C< >.'
rilllE subscriber is in receipt of a large
JL ?md varied assortment ot EARTHEN?
WARE, suitable f,,r hotels, boarding
houses, restaurants and families.
Packages of Ware for countrv trudi'.
W. b. STANLEY,
May 2"5 Corner Plain and (?ates st>.
m KN hhds. Si I) KS and SHOULDERS.
J 8 tierces pure LARD.
:!it bbls. Southern FAMILY FLOUR.
With varions other goods nf standard
brands and qualities, ju>t rcceivi il and for
sale low bv C. H. BALDWIN.
May 24 2
Sugar, Teas, &c.
rt HUI'S. BROWN SI Kl A R lower than
Bbls. Crushed, A and C Relined Sugars.
Teas fresh, various grades.
Coll?es " " "
For sale at FAIR PRICES ic
Mav 24 2 ( . ll. BALDWIN.
CHOICE SMI. M.
4TIERCES "DAVIS' DIAMOND" tin
American Westphalia Ham.
-1 tubs choice MAY BUTTER.
Pickled Tongues, Smoked Bei !'.
Choice Breakfast Bacon.
Received to-dav and lor ?-ale at FAIR
PRICKS bv C. II. BALDWIN.
May 24 ' J
all six, .-. Applvto PARKER A FRIPP.
May 23 3*
Hay and Ale.
?Ti \ BALES N. E. HAY.
t\)VJ 2 casks imported Scotch ALK. For
sale at a verv low figure, bv
May 23 3*" PARKER A FRIPP.
Iv for delivery. An
plv at Green's Brick Yard
'May 23 3* T. C. Ll d'..
TTTHITE FRENCH CHINA, at red aced
FLOWER POTS, of all sizes. At
May 22 C. GREGG A CO.'S
To the Ladies.
rHAYE just received an elegant as- M
ment of LADIES' STRAW H ATS, trim?
med and untrimmed, consisting of Por
bys, Sailors, Sea-sides, Sun-downs, Ac,
which I will sill at verv reasonable prices.
May 22 G ' M. L. KINARI>.
4 ROT on Plain street, between Marion
J\. and Bull; eight SQUARES in thc
South-east portion of the citv; and fiftv
acres of PINE LAN D, two miles of Colum?
bia. For terms, applv to Col. F. \Y. Mc
Mastcrorto J. M. F. GASTON.
HERRING'S Patent Champion Fire,
Burglar, Powder and Damp Proof
SAFF.S for sale. Tho only sin e protection
from lire. 1 can furnish these Sales, all
sizes, ai manufacturer's prices, freight
added. J. H. KIN ARD, Agent,
May lil 2m0 Conimbia, S. C.
Look at This !
11 HE LARGEST, NEATEST and C?TEAP
. PST ROT of SPRING, SUMMER and
MOURNING CALICOES will bo found at
HARDY SOLOMON S.
Assembly street, near new Market.
Ladios wiR do well to call and exam i in
them before purchasing elsewhere.
IHIGHT FINK M ULKS. Applv at thh
li office. ' Mav 13
TRY TUE MARYLAND HAM,
ONE HUNDRED choice SUGAR-CURED
MARYLAND HAMS just received.
There are no bettor Hams, aud they arc
at leant au good as thc beat in market. For
sale LOW bv J. & T. R. AGNEW.
THE undersigned has associated hitii
self with THOMAS lt. \GNEW, of New I
York, under tho firm of J. & T. lt. AGNEW,
for the purpose of conducting a Hardware
aud Grocery Business, ii? their new store,
corner of Main and Blain streets,Columbia,
S. C. In addition to a well-selected stock
of Hardware, Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
?Vc, 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 be a..ld at moderate prices, and to
which they solicit the attention of thc citi?
zens of Columbia and tin- surrounding
country. JOHN AGNEW.
C?T.UMDIA, S. C., May 1'2. 186?. May 1:!
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
fllHE undersigned havo been appointed
I agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes art: nado with three Hanges
all other safes have bul two. Thev have
Powder l*roof Locks, and tho locks ?mil 1
bolts aro protected with plates of hardened
I steel, which is the only protection against
i tin- burglars drill and thc insert iou of pow- ?
' der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
I While these Sales have no superior in
quality, they ?ire furnished at moderate j
' orieis at least 25 to 33i per cent. Icssthan
Herring's and other makers, while tie-i
quality cannot be surpass <1.
A sample Safe can he s. en at our stoiv. 1
! and orders will be taken : t New York
j prices, witli expenses of transportation j
i added, au.i no charge f..r forwarding in ,
Charleston. J. A T. li. AGNEW.
CHORE ('OSHEA HITTER !
JUST r< i - ive.l. err steamer, a supplv of 1
choice .MAY BUTTEB extra nice. For
I salo low bv J. A- T. U. AGNEW. I
j May 20 . ?
I FRESH GBOSEHiES.
Blil.S. Choice Irish POTATOES, Rbis. I
Sp?r I'. ;,-, Beans, Pearl Barley, Hcck
I er's Farina, Dnryea's Maizena, Crosse- ,\
I Blackwell's London Mustard, (Juarter and
I Half l?oxes Sardim -, Raisins, Citron, Mac
! caroni, Vcnuicclla, Choice Black and tireen !
j Teas, Prime Cottee, Pickles in .lars, and for
sale by the dozen <>r hundred. Soap. Starch,
! Fig Blue, Olive Oil, Canned Peaches, Toma- '
! toes, Pepper Saure, Walnut and Tonia:..
! Catsups, bondon Club Saner, Worcester
! shir. Sam e. Yeast Powders, C ?oking S..da.
j Flavoring Extracts, Baker's Chocolate,
Ginger, Pepper and Spices. English Dairy :
'? Ch. . se, Soda Biscuit, Sugar, Butter. t>>-?
ter and B iston Cracker*, Muckend * in
wind.-, hair, quarter barrels and kits, also
at retail. Together with numerous addi?
tions to our stork now ?.ii the war and
j brinn daily received, and which will l>.
i sold at moderate prirrs liv
M av 1". .1. X t. R. AGNEW.
SIlOIIJIiRS AMI BACON.
rfsr received, barrels SCPEBIOR NEW
YOBK SC? ?AB Cl"BEB HAMS, ai ii c.
B 'Ct )N.
SI CAB CUBED BB!'. A Kl'AS I' STBIPS.
! BALTIMORE t l I V CUBED !1 VMS.
I Pli IM E LEAF LAUD. For . ale bv
Mr. Bl J. A T. B. AGN'EW.
DHLS MUSCOVADO Sl'OARS, S poun.b
! Barrels Muscovado SUGARS, 7 pounds
'j \ I s...
' A complete assortment or Crushed and
' Betiuod SUG ABS. For sal. at low rates bv
May Bl .T. A T. ii. At ?NEW. '
1 Flour! Flour!
' BARBELS CHOICE KAM IIA
J I HI FLOUR.
20 Barrels Becker's Self-raising FI.OUB.
i .lust receive! and for sale hv
j May IS .1. A T. lt. At ?NEW.
Hay & Corn!
1 i\l \ DALES PB1ME HAY.
Ll H t I.IHKI bushels PBIME ? ( 'BN.
.lust r. c. i\i d and for sale bv
; Maj 13 .T. X T. E. AGNEW.
1 Boitin"; Cloths. Scythes and Grain
j I UST received a complete assortment >>:
M Genuine Anchor Brand Bolting Cloths,
I Griffin's Grain Scythes and Superior Grain
i Cradle.-, which we offer at low ligures.
I May 15 J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
j Stuart's Syrups.
STUART S WHITE SYRUP,
stuart's Sugar Loaf Syrup.
I Stuart's Croidon Svrnp. -lust received
and for sale bv J. A T. li. AGNEW.
; Mav Bi
Wholesale and Retail.
riMlC subscriber resp, ctfully informs his
L friends, and thc community generally,
that his spacious, cool cellar is now w eil
steele d with his celebrated LAGER and
BUCK BEER. He ventures to say that it
far surpasses any Northern Bu r or Alo,
being frei' cf all adidtcration, ain't onlv
composed of pure Malt and Hoe.-. All the
physicians recommend it highly, uol only
lo persons in good health, but also ti. tho
aged and p. rsonsofgoneralilobility. It will
impart streng th and vigor to the system.
I Como one, como all, and take a glass and
1 judge for yourselves. J. BA I.M ANN.
Lager Beer Brewer'.-.
P. S. FITE THOUSAND GALLONS* ON
j HAND. AU orders left al thc storo ot ,T.
; Bahhnanuwill be attended tojwith prompt -
j ness and despatch. May 23 '
j COTTON (?INS.
milE undersigned, having completed
i I their arrangements for thc nianufac
I tare of thc best Co l I ON (?INS ever ma lc
? in this country, are now prepared t" re?
ceive ontcrs from planters and others
wishing topnrehaso. The long established
I and well Known reputation of Elliott's
I Cotton Oins will, we hop.-, ho a sufficient
, guarantee that tho article will give entire
i satisfaction. J. M. ELLIOTT A CO.,
1 Mav Bi ??uio Winnsh.ii-.?. S. C.
JANNEY & TOLLESON
HAVE just received 200 lbs. fine COUN?
TRY MAY BUTTE!:.
Several eases of Old COGNAC BRANDY.
RECEIVED THIS DAY,
And for Sale Cheap ! \
BOXES TOBACCO el?.?iee gradea.
10 " " -low .*
10.(100 SUGARS genuind Kio Hondo.
5.000 " -low grade?.
20 bales COTTON YARNS 8 to 12.
10 baskets Heidsiek Champagne.
.r>0 doz. Madeira, Rori, Shi ri v ami Claret
10 doz. Lemon S\ rup.
lo bblsf. Bourbou Wbiakev.
20 " (Join "
7" bbls. Flour.
soo bushels Corn.
50 kit? Mackerel.
50 bids. Coffee Kngai'H.
2"> *' common Brown Sn/ar-.
25 bags Coffee.
?300 bo sea Sardines.
loo '. Herrings.
.TANNEY A; TOLLE.SON.
IK ROLLS 5 and 6 quarter CANTON
. > MATTING -white and red checked.
150 pieces PRINTS cheap.
200 . BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
50 " Lawns and Organdies,
Ladies' Philadelphia Slippers,
? bales Brown Shirtings. For ?ale cheap. !
Mav K; TOLLESON ? .TANNEY.
Wholesale & Retail.
?)rr PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
. FRENCH GRENADINES.
20 pieces Embroid'd and Plain Berages. ]
lo " French Wasambiqiie.
:to " Rerage Anglais, at :(7'. 7d.
.">o .. Challies very pretty "-37$ 7d.
25 french Print-.
200 " Fancy
200 Lawns and Jaconets.
Just received, a line assortment of SKA- |
SIDE HATS, WREATHS and FEATHERS. '
Bombazines, C-l Black Delcine,
s i Black and Whit- Borage, for -bawls. |
.lucimet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins. j
Plaid and Set! Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliant.-.
Trail lb.,.!. Skirt.-.
Kmbroid'u and Linen Cuffs and <''.liars. I
Corsets. Fr. neb Fans.
2iHJ meces Bleach) <i Shirtings.
.?> ' S-10 and ll Qr. Sheeting*.
Babs :)-4, 7-H and l-l Shirtings.
Hosiery all prices and qualities.
Chubs, Cassimercs, Drap d'Ett;. ,
Linens, Nankouett, .Vc, for gent's w. ar.
A1 .St ?. AT WHOLESALE < -M.1? .
2<> casi s Ladies' Boote*,
lo .. ? Slii>pers.
10 " Men's Congress R...
Kl Lasting Shoes.
Iii ?? ?. and Leather Pumps.
A I .Si ?;
V largo stock of Ladies' Hals, trimmed '
(.cut's F< lt and Leghorn Hats.
10,000 Colored and Whin- Env< lop. :..
Foolscap, Note and Letter Paper.
Large stock of Clothing.
TOLLESON .1- -IA XS KY.
In a hliiion to our large stock of
DRY GOODS !
We have received. Tl 1 IS DAY, a
?SIMIA OF (?OOII?i!
VMo.NO them may be found the follow?
ing article-, viz*:
INDIA MI LLS.
FIGURED SW 1 ss.
White and Colored French Brilliants.
Black and Colored CREPE MEEETZ.
S-1 White and Black BER Ai IES and fA
M KUTI N KS, for Shaw!-.
A 1 .Si ?,
Swiss and Jaconet Edgings and Uanda.
Lim n Collar.- anil Cuffs,
j Real Lac Sett.-.
i Toilet Quilts.
Damask Doylh s and Napkin.-.
Table and Piano Covers.
Ribbons of every description.
And numerous other articles, too (elliotts
i to mention: all of which we offer for sale at
Our Usual Low Rates !
i G9" Thanking the public tor their past
. patronage, we most respct'fullv solicit a
I call from all.
i R. C. SHIVER. W. M. BECKHAM.
I May 'JO_
I Office A. A. (?. M., Mil. Post of Colum?
bia, D. S. C.,
COLUMBIA, s. C., Mw 17, I860.
SEALED proposals will be received at
this office, until 12 m. on SATURDAY,
i May 20,1866, at which time they will be
opened, for furnishing the Quartermaster
Department, in this cit.-, with OAK and
I PINK Wool), until September SO, 1866.
Deliveries to be mr.de at this office, at
! such times and in such (plant i ties as may
; be required by the A. A. (.'. M. of tho Post.
The quantity required monthly will pro?
bably be abolit twenty cords of june and
I fifteen cords ot oak." Bidders will state
the prie, per cord of the kind of wood that
j they propose to furnish.
Two good sureties, in the snni of two
I hundred (200) dollars each, to be named
' in tho bid, will bo required for the faithful
j performance of tile contract.
Bids deemed unreasonable, iv ill l>e re
' proposals must be addressed lo tho
? undersigned, and marked, "Proposals for
j Furnishing Wood."
? Payment to be made by tho proper dis
i bnrsing officer at the end of cverv month.
Isl Lieut. 6th I". S. Infantry,
j \Iav IS a Act'g Ass't Quartermaster.
i\"f ?r Crop Cuba Molasses.
By J. A. Enslow & Co.
ON F RIDAT, June 1, will be sold, at pulmo
auction, in thc New Custom House
stores., corner Rast Ray and Market
street, Charleston. S. C., at ll o'clock,
4>15 hhds. /
3(i tierces New Crop Cardenas Molasses.
H bbls. ) May 35 7
Auction Sale of Public Animals.
TC bc sold, in front of the College Cam?
pus, at Columbia, S. C., at loi a. m.,
?rn SATURDAY, Mav 20, 186K,
Sixteen (Hi) MULES.
I Fifteen (15) HORSES.
Terras cash, in United States currency.
By order Brevet Lt. Col. A. W. THOMAS.
(Signed,) THOMAS BRITTON.
1st Lieut. Otb ?. S. Infv, A. A. Q. M.
GIBBES & HUGGINS,
RISKS against Eire talr?n in the follow?
ing Companies, at fair rates, and ie?
I charge for polices:
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY,
( ONTINENTAL COMPAN Y.
VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY.
SUN MUTUAL COMPANY,
EXCHANGE on New Y'ork and Charles?
ton bought and sohl; dealers in Stocks,
Bonds, fcc. The highest price paid for
Gold, Silver and Bank Notes.
JAMES G. GIBBES, GEO. HUGGINS,
Oflice Plain street, Columbia, S. C.
May 10 3mo
Steam Engines for Sale.
rilHE < iraniteville Manufacturing Compa
JL nv oflfer at private sale THREE FINE
STEAM ENGENES-one of 70 horse power;
one of 10 horse power, nearly new; one of
lo horse power, new, not been used, li not
sold before June 1, will he disposed <>f at
auction, with tho factory machinery.
May Bl mth4 WM. GREGG, Pies't.
J. L. LTJMSDE?,
Corner Lady awl AssenMy streets,
WHOLESALE and retail dealer in the
best imported BRANDIES, ALE,
WINES, BUM, GIN. Ac. In theBar attached
will always be found the finest Liquors Mid
Cigars, Champagne on Icc, Alo onDraught,
.Vc, Ac, and a pohto steward and Bar?
keeper. May ll Hmo
VNEW supply of SEA-SIDES, SUN
DOWNS, FRENCH CORSETS am
Spring and Mourning Calicoes, which wil
bi' hold at the usual low prices.
Assembly street, near New Market.
! Mav ll
; DINGS Al MEDICINES !
('1 UM A SS A F (ET I DA.
T BLUE MASS, in pounds.
CALOMEL, DOVER'S BOWLERS.
CROTON Ol E. MORPHIA.
(lum Opium, Quinine,
j Epsom Salts.
? Mustang Liniment.
Opodeldoc, Extract Logwood,
j Syrup Squills, Borax.
Castor Oil, quarts and pints,
j Essence Peppermint.
Dead Shot Vermifuge.
Holloway's Worm Confective.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
Wright's Pills. Brandreth's Pills.
Ay. r's rills, Harlem Oil.
! Radway's Belief.
German Horse Powder.
Barber's Horse Powder,
j Tarrant'* Aperient, Tarran t's Cubcbs.
Philotokcn, Batchelor s Hair Dye.
Marchisi Catholicon, Pain Killer.
I Sand ford's Liver lnvigorator.
I Ayc.r's Cherry Pectoral.
I ".. Sarsaparilla, Sozodout.
j McMunn's Elixir Opium.
Flour Sulphur, Roll Brimstone.
Cream Tartar, English Mustard.
? Lemon Syrup, Ginger Syrup,
j Strawberry Syrup.
Extract Lemon, Extract YaniUa.
FISHER S? HEINTTSII, Druggists,
At tho old stand, Main street.
I May 23 _
I The Fair Face of a Beautiful Wornt
IS tho admiration of every one. No o
possessing this rich gift and attribt
o? health and attraction would cxrhaugt
for thc wealth of the Indies. Yet n
many suffer their skin to become rou
with* spots and pimples, which mar t
beautv and bloom of the face. The CI
CASS?AN BLOOM removes all snots a
blemishes, tan, freckles, pimples, blotch
and imparts a beautiful complexion,
attractive in woman.
For sale by druggists evervwhero.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Agents.
JOHN M. MARIS A- CO., ridlad'a
I May 23 _
! RICORD S TRUE SPECIFIC,
rpHE French Remedy, forthe porman
j X cure of gonorrhoea, gleet, sirictu
and affections of the kidneys and ureth
swelling bf thc glands, seminal weakut
1 obstruction and incontinence of urine.
Tarrant's Cubebs and Copaiba.
Brown's Essence Jamaica Ginger.
Philotokcn, or Female's Friend.
Liver lnvigorator, Cod Liver Oil.
Lemon, Ginger and Strawberry Syruj
Maecaboy Snuff, Elixir of Bark.
Colognes", Pomades, Musk. For sale
FISH RR A HEINITSH'S,
May l Pharmaceutist
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! ~
Itch Iiiniment 1
milE great remedv at last for thc IT
J This LINIMENT. will cure in a few
plications. It is perfectb-eleaij. ?uni
from offensive and dirty grease.
pleasant remedy, and a restorer ?R
nappy feelings. " All who are aunoyiTi
this disease w?l use the Liniment,
salo only-at FISHER A HEINITSH'S
April'3 . Drug Stor
WORMS! PLUMjS! WORMS!
SUGAR PLUMS; for worms. Sugar Ph
For worms, take tho Sugar Plums;
A safe and sure cure, Plums for won
Children take thom with delight,/'
To put the worms to dreadful fw-ftrht
For sale at FISH ER fi HEIN IljsH