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A. Town Flooded.
NEW ORLEANS, Jane 2.-Th? levee at
Alexandria has Riven way abd the town is
tlooded. The entire Red Uiver "country ia
Fenian movement H.
THE BALL OPENED ! !
NEW YOUR, Juno 2. Interested Fenian
confederates report that they took Fort
Erie and were dispersing; others that were !
at the Niagara River followed at night with
?mall boats, carrying accoutrements. A j
?^tf&lo despatch says 1,500 British regu
JBtTaad arrived at the Suspension Bridge,
to capture the Fenians who are in encamp?
ment. Thc United Stales gun-boat Michi?
gan io patroling t lie rivers, with orders to |
Dink anything attempting to cross.
General Sweeny waa here yesterday, but |
probably loft for the scene of action.
Governor Fenton, it is said, will issue a
proclamation to-day, warning citizens not
to countenance the Invaders^ and th*t
twelve regiments of militia will bo sent to
BUFFALO, June 2 ll A. M.-The Fenians |
have left hore for Canada.
TORONTO, June 2 10 A. M.-This morning
a force of volunteers attacked the Fenians |
encamped hear Ridgeway, when tho fight?
ing became general and a number were
killed. The result is yet unknown.
11 ATI: ii.-BUFFALO, June 2-11.30 A. SI.
The English troops are occupying Fort
Erie. It in not known whether tho report?
ed fighting at Ridgeway is with the Fenians
who landed yesterday at Fort Erie, or
another party- probably the former.
There is a report that the English troops
are retreating from Ridgeway, but no par?
ticulars have yot been received.
TORONTO, June 2. - The following is the
British version of tho fight at Ridgeway:
The attack was made by the British, who
Alrore the Fenians. A number were killed
on each side. The volunteers were ex?
pected to hold their own, until reinforce?
ments should reach them, which were mo?
American neutrality is severely censured,
and the people declare that the Government |
is in coalition with the Fenians.
NEW YORK, June 2.-The general impres?
sion ia that the present movement is to
cover the real point of attack, which will
be on the lino of the St. Lawrence River.
Canada troops have boen placed along thc
line, to prevent the Feniaus from crossing.
The Suspension Bridge is carefully guarded,
and all travelers are examined. The move?
ment of men toward tho frontis reported
from every part of tho country.
The town of St. Albans is the rendez?
vous for reinforcements. The third iufan
try, 1,200 strong, and a Fenian cavalry
regiment, left Boston for that point yester?
day morning. Smaller detachments fruin
Syracuse, Elmira, Troy, Lowell, Rutland
aiid other places were continually arriving.
One of Mosby's guerillas has command of
the cavalry regiment from Boston, and,
-Feniaus say, the cavalry wing of tho army.
450,000 rounds of ammunition were ship?
ped from Columbus, Ohio, last February,
for New York, 150,000 for Chicago and
30,000 muskets for Buffalo. They are sup?
posed for use of the Feniaus.
- Stephens has issued a manifesto at Phi?
ladelphia, protesting against tho move?
ment of Sweeny, on the ground that it is
not desirable to commit any breach of I
neutrality by which the country might bo
BUFFALO, Jnne 2.-Gen. Grant passed
West at noon, and sent tho following tele?
gram to Gen. Meade:
BurriLO, June 2?-Maj. Gen. Meade, C.
- 8. A., Philadelphia: Gen. Balley is herc,
assign him to the general command from
Buffalo to the mouth of the Niagara River.
The State authorities should call the indi
tia on the frontier, to prevent hostile expe?
ditions leaving the United States, and save |
private property from destruction bv mobs.
(Signed,) U. 8. GRANT, Lieut. Gen.
From New York.
NEW YORK, Jnne 2.-Tho European
?teamer which left to-day took 13,000,000 ]
in specie. Cotton firmer and unchanged.
Gola 40\. Sterling exchange dull, at 9j
for three days. _
WASHINGTON, June 2.--A company of Fe?
nians left this city for the scene of war,
and others are preparing to follow.
Charles O'Conor goes to Richmond on
Monday, to demand the trial of Jefferson
Davis, or his release on ball.
The Honse Committee are still examin?
ing witnesses, with a view to discovering
whether or not Jeff. Davis is implicated in
the assassination of Lincoln.
Leonard Huyck, President of the Mcr
? chants' National Bank, that lately failed,
waa arrested to-day, on an affidavit of |
Freeman Clark, Comptroller of tho Trea?
sury, for misapplying $200,000 in Govern
Funeral of Gen. Scott.
WSoT FO?NT, June 2. -Tho funeral ser?
vices of Gon. Scott were most impressive.
There were present many distinguished
persons from all sections of the country,
and State and municipal officers. The Go
- vernment was aiso represented. Respect
was paid to the memory of the deceased in
nearly all of the Eastern cities.
NEW YORK, June 2.-Cotton quiet; sal.s
of 1,000 bales, at 38@39, Mess pork W
Turpentine 92@95. Gold 41J.
N?w ORLEANS, June 2.-Cotton dull; sales
' 900bales, at 35@36. Gold 40 J. sterling 56.
Thc Preabyterian Assemblies.
ST. Lotus, May 28.- The appeal and
complaint of Robert J. Breckmrrdge and
^^>thors against the Synod of Kentucky was
T^sVe/oro the Old School Assembly to-day;
nut httlo progress was made, the timo
being mainly occupied in deciding who
were the real parties in the case, as un at?
tempt had been made to couple the rum
plaint of Mr. McMillan against tho same
Synod with thal of Dr. bred iridgc. Il
was finally determined that Dr. BreeUui
ridgu and II?M associates were pmprr com?
plainants, and the Synod of kentucky do
tondants. Dr. Brcckinridp o made a strong
speech against this decision, ho wishing t<>
reach tho Presbytery and signors of tho
declaration and testimony and try them,
not cut them off l>y resolution. He claimed j
tliat tho now Presbytery provided for I
would take all these rebels back again,
which he objected to.
Decision Against the Test Oath.
SAVANNAH, May 31. In the case of Mr.
Law, c..nt...-tin;; tho cnnstitnrionality of
tlo-test oath as applied to lawyers in tin
United States Courts, ' Jndge JErskine, to?
day, decided that, the Act'of Congress, ap?
proved J an nary 2D, ld65*,'so' far as it was
intended to apply to this ease, is repug?
nant to tlio Constitution of the United
By tho Persia, at New York, we har?
?latos to fSfc 20th lilt.
Armaments were being pushed forward
with great energy in Germany and Italy.
Tko ?trat "general order" had been issued
to the Austrian troops. Garibaldi bad
written his acceptance of a command in
the Italian army, an 1 Italy was so enthu?
siastically excited that we are assured
from Florence that U?o question in the new
capital waa-"foreign war or oivil war."
Thc rumors of peace negotiations were,
however, at the very latest moment, to be
detected even amid the ching of arms.
Lord Clarendon informed the English
House of Lords, on the evening of the 18th
of May, that England, France and Russia
were in communication, he would not call
it "negotiation." with a view to the organi?
zation of a congress in which all the Pow?
ers would bo represented.
Additional failures had taken placo in
London and Liverpool during tho subsi?
dence of the money panic. Tho Bank of
England return reported by the, Persia
shows that the bank had advanced the
sum of ?10,000,000 on private securities in
a singh; week, so great had been the pres?
sure, although the institution had not
availed itself of tho privileges granted by
the suspension of tho Bank Charter Act.
The report of thc discussion in the En-1
glish Parliament on the subject of the
bombardment of Valparaiso produced
great excitement in thu Spanish Cortes.
On a second occasion the English Under-1
Secretary of St ate said that the statements
of Commodore Rodgera, U. S. N., and Ad
' mirai Denman, R. M., on thc affair, were
complet ?dy at variance.
Mr. Watkin called the attention of the
I House of i ominous to the termination of
I the Reciprocity Treaty with the United
States, and expressed regret that he found
I himself compelled to consider that O? one
of th?; most important questions that had
engaged the foreign ilepartmcut for many
years the British Government had exhibit
Id grcatnegligei.ee. Mr. Lava: 1 denied
that the Government was negligent. He |
iusisted that, after Congress had given
not ic?; of its intention to terminate' the
treaty, Sir F. Brace had done the utmost
with Mr. Seward to obtain a renewal of it
or to modify it in such a manner as to
make it advantageous to both countries.
The reply ol Mr. Seward was to the effect
that Bitch negotiation was beyond the
limits of the Executive Department, and
That the ?piestion rested witb Congress.
The alarm caused by tho appearance
of thu cattle plague in Ireland waa sub?
The London Times, of tho 19th of May,
says: "On the 5tb of June, there will be a
grand dinner at Willis' Rooms, to present
Capt. Maury with a testimonial, which will
take the monetary form of 3,000 guineas.
Sir John Pakington will preside."
Consols closed in lsuidon, May 19, at 87
ftlHli for money. United States five-tweu- j
ties G5@C6. Thc Liverpool cotton market
was dull, with little inquiry, and prices
weak on tho 19th of .May." Breadstufts
quiet ami steady. Provisions dull.
Reports concerning tho European con?
gress are conflicting, lt is said that Aus?
tria baa refused to joiu. No direct nego?
tiation has as yet been addressed to the
courts of Berlin, Vienna and Florence.
Active preparations continue in Venetia..
Twenty battalions of volunteers have beeu
formed in Italy, and it is believed that
more will be for*ine?l, in consequence of the
large number of enlistments.
At tho sitting of the Frankfort Diet,
yesterday, the Ministers of the Middling
States represented at the Bamberg confer
once moved that the Diet should request
the members of the confederation taking
military measures to declare whether and
upon what conditions they would be will?
ing to order a reduction of their military
establishments to a peace footing, simulta?
The lab st vague rumors from Paris st ate
that hostilities had almost commenced.
Tilt SITUATION ON 'CHANGE.
There has been again a much better tone
in all the markets to-day, with, at ono
time, a tendency towards a fresh advance
in consols, chiefly from the influence nfl
numerous purchases for investment, on tho j
part of tho public. The first and last bar?
gains were at yesterday's quotations, 87.j''<.?
87 J for delivery, and 86<j@864 ex-diviilend
for the accouut; but lhere was, during the
morning, a temporary advanco of L At
tho Bank, to-day, although the discount
domand continues largo, there has been
no pressure, ami in tho Stock Exchange
advances have again been offered at I rom
eight to ten per cent. Exportations of gold
to the continent still take ulac?', on account
of thc number of short bills sent over for
that purpose during tho distrust excited
by the ? vents in Loudon of last week, and
partly, perhaps?, from the suspension of
the Rank Act being confounded hy sonn
parties with a suspension of specie pay?
ments. The fact, however, that when the
panie occurred the total of gold held by the
hank was not far below an average, and
was nearly double thc amount held in the
panic of 1857, renders these op.-rations un?
important, especially as a large amount of j
coin lately withdrawn for the provinces
may be expected shortly to Hud it? way
back.- London Times, May 19.
T?o* friends and acquaintances of MKS.
M. A. KEOUGH and family, and Mr. A.
A. Civil ami family, arc invited to attend
the funeral of the former, from her resi?
dence in Cotton Town to tho Catholic
Church, THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock.
NEW IRISH POTATOES. For salo by
JOHN C. SEE?.?EKS & CO.
?)i\ DRUMS FIGS.
?.y J ID boxes LAYER RAISINS,
.hm- :; JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
Shoulders and Hams.
1 tierce SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
une:: JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
?)/W\ BRLS. Super, Extra, Hocker's
?V/\" Self-Raising and choice Family
FLOUR, on hand and for sale low by
.lune .; .1. A T. K. AG NEW.
Iron! Iron! Iron!
r|1l WV, IRON, 1 ' lo '.! inches wide, at 64c.
A complete assortment of Hoop, Hod,
Horse-shoe, Hound and Square IKoN, on
hand and lor sale low bj"
June :\ .). & T. K. AGNEW.
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
Office in Post Office Buildino;,
Cl ?L11MBIA, S. C. .lune :i
New Irish Potatoes.
UST received, 10 barrels, which will ht
sold LOW. H.s.,,
50 bushels WHEAT BRAN.
J. L>. KATI'.MAN,
June 1 I Columbia leo House
FROM tho subscriber, on the
Tar>nigirt of the Slat nit., in tho lower
-OZjupart of Orangeburg District, a
dark chesnnt sorrel HORSE, me di am
height, between seven and eight years old;
no marks recollected. He generally paces
while nnder the saddle, but in harness is
inclined to gallop, if pushed. The horse
is supposed to have on a McClellan saddle,
an army felt saddle doth and a common
bridle. A liberal reward will be paid for
his return to ms, or for any information
so that I can get him. An additional re?
ward will be paid for the thief.
C. H. HART,
Holly Hill P. O., Charleston District.
SELLING OFF !
I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
At Greatly Reduced Prices!
hr the Nert Twenty Davs ! !
MANY ARTICLES WILL RE SOLD
AT ACTUAL NEW YORK COST !
C. F. JACKSON.
June 3 il
STATEMENT OF THE
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
JANUARY 1, 18C?.
Cash Capital . $500,000 00
Surplus. 275,8?t? lo
U. S. 7.30 Bonds. $203,462 50
?. S. 5.20 Bonds . . . 57,75(t 00
lb S. Certificates ot
Indebtedness. 2'.i,7O0 00 290,912 5U
30 Missouri State
bonds, 6 per cent. 2:1.700 OU
iO Tennesse State
bonds, C per cent. 18,000 00
12 Wisconsin State.
Bouda, 6 per cent. 12,000 00
1 New Haven Town
Bond. 5,000 00 58.700 00
322 shares 2d Nat'nal
Bank, New Haven. 39,801 00 **f
1(15 shares Yale Na?
tional Bank, N. H. 18,810 00
15'.? shares Merch'ts
Natl Bank, N. H . 8,208 00
02 shares National
Tradcsm's B'k.N.H. 7,440 00
5H7 shares N. H. Co.
Natl Bank, N. H. 0,010 75 80,338 75
Loaus on B'k Stocks. 1,000 00 1,000 00
Loans R. R. Bonds . 0,000 ixl 4,15o 00
Luaus on Mortg'e on
Prop'y in N.H. Co. 57,900 00 24,050 00 !
Loans on other Propertv. 1,808 34 i
Ain't invested in Real ?state 75,000 00
Ain't of cash in Banks . 27,355 37 I
Amount of cash on baud and
loans on call. 10,504 75
Amount of cash in the hand.- of
agents. 80,000 60 i
Interest accrued. . 27,506 21 I
Billa Receivable rec'd for pre's. 12,200 00 j
Premiums unpaid. 04,772 72 |
Due Tor Rents. 073 00
U. S. Revenue Stamps on hand. ll 5 00
Office Furniture and Safes . 5,073 05
Insurance Scrip owned by Co. . 2,584 78 |
$775,886 10 I
Losses unadjusted. ?35,977 72
D. R. SATTERLEE, President.
CUAS. WILSON, Secretary.
Capital Stock to be increased in Janiiarv,
18G6, to $1,000,000.
H. E. NICHOLS, Agent,
June 3 1 Columbia, S. C.
1THE regular quarterly meeting of tho
Congregation Musho Amnuat Israel
will be held SUNDAY MORNING, June 3,
at 9 o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall. A fidl
meeting is earnestly requested, as business
of importance will be submitted to the
Congregation. By order of thc President.
June 2 2 J. MENDEL, Secretary.
CASE JUST RECEIVED, AT
DR. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
June 1 3
Town Lots for Sale.
O FOUR-ACRE LOTS for sale, located
f.J> near the ruins of the South Carolina
Railroad Shops. If not sohl at private
salo before the first Monday in this month,
will be offered at auction on that day. In?
quire of WM. R. HUNTT, agent for Mrs.
Elizabeth J. Huntt._Janel
STRAW, WOOL A??)
FUR HATS ! !
AT HE DUDED PB?CES?
WE oller thu balance (d' our stock of
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS AT
Wo have recently mail? a large addition
to our stock of CASSI MERES, TWEEDS
and HATS, and will receive, in a few days,
a large addition to our stock of CLOTH?
We have tho largest assortment of HATS
to bo found in this eily, embracing all thc
Our Ready-made Goods
Are mostly of our own manufacturo; and
those desiring to patronize home prodne
tiona arc invited to call.
Our stock of FRENCH and ENGLISH
OASSIMERES is large, and we will MAKE
TO ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE?
R. & W. C. SWMIELI).
June 3 BEDELL'S KOW
THE subscribers have just received au
assortment of CARRIAGE MATE?
RIALS, consisting in part of Spikes, Fel?
loes. Shafts, Carriage Bolts, Axle Clips,
Malleable Castings, Enamelled Cloth and
Leather, Dash Leather, Whip Sockets.
Knobs, Lining Nails, Point and Sand
Bands, GU Carpet, Carriage Hinges,Coach
Body and Running Part Varnish, Japans,
Paints, Oil?, ?rc.
A full assortment of Tire Iron, from ll
to 2 inches wide, at G.j cents per pound.
Juno 2 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
BUTTER ! BUTTER ! ! BUTTER ! '. !
CHOICE COUNTRY BUTTER, at 40
cents per pound.
Choice GOSHEN BUTTER, at f.0 cents
Just received, ami for sale bv
May 29_ J. A T. li". AGNEW.
CHAINS! CHAINS! CHAINS!
JUST received and for Halo low, 500 pair?
Straight and Twisted Trace CHAINS.
Also, a complete assortment (d' Tongue
Chains, T.i -k Chains, Breast Chains, Stay
Chains, Fi th Chains, with and without
Strotcl ors Coil Chain, Halter Chains,
Jack Ci...ins, Ac. J. & T. R. AGNEW.
May 27 _
Hoes! Hoes! Hoes!
-J ?\f\ HOZ. HOES, assorted sizes and
LV/vl qualities, on hand and for salo
low bv J. A T. R. AGNEW. \
May '27 j
Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c.,
T^f\ HOZ. Long and Short Handled !
.if) doz. SPADES.
15 " Long and Short Handled Manure
Forks. Also, tiardeti Fork:-, Garden linea,
Garden Kalo s, Garden Trow cl?. Grain tia- i
dies, Grif?u's Scvtlies, Ai-. Just received i
and for sale hov h.- J. A T. li. AGNEW.
Sauce Pans, Fry Pans, &e. '
POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS, TINNED
SAUCE PANS, Plain SAUCE FANS,
Long and Short Handled Erv Pans, Brass
and Enamelled Prcscrviug Kettles, Glue
Pots, Thined Mortars, Kettles, Ac. Just
received and for sale bv
May -27 J. A T. E. AGNEW.
rilli E undersigned has associated him
_I sell'with THOMAS R. AGNEW, of New
York, under the finn of .1. A T. R. AGNEW, :
for tho purpose of conducting a Hardware ;
and Grocery Business, in their new store, j
comer of Main and Plain -t reels, t Columbia. |
S. C. In addition t.. a Well elected stock .
of Hardware, Paints, Oilu, Winde? (Kass,
.Vc,tiny ?ill keep constantly on hand al
choice assort tutu t of Family Groceries, ]
comprising every article usually kept in a
llrst-olass groccrv establishment, ?hieb
will he n..Ul al moderate prices, and lo I
which they Solicit the llttelllloli of < - i t L- ?
zens oi'Columbia and the surrounding]
country. JOHN At.NEW. ' 1
COIA'MBIA, S. C., May 12, lsi;.;. May 13
FIRE & III KULAI! PROOF SAFES, i
nPHE undersigned have been apiK.inted j
X agents for these superior SAFES, j
These Safes ar?- made with three Hanges
all other safes have but two. TheV have:
Powder Proof bocks, and the locks and
holts aro protected with plates of hardened
steel, which is the only protection against !
the burglars drill and the insertion of [lew?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness. ?
While these Sates haw n<> superior ill j
quality, they are furnished al moderate
nricos at least 25 to :tli per cent, less than
Herring's and other maker?, while the
quality cannot be surpassed.
A sample Safe can 1><- seen al our store,
and orders will be taken at New 1'ork
prices, with expenses of transportation
added, an.l no charge for forwarding in I
Charleston. J. A T. R. Ai ?NEW. I
TRY THE MARHAM) HAM. ;
ONE HUNDRED choice SUGAR-CURED :
MARYLAND HAMS just received. !
There are no better Hams, and they are
at least as good as tho best in market. For !
sale LOW by J. A T. R. AGNE.W.
BBLS. Choice irish POTATOES, Rbis.
Split l'eas, Beans, Pearl Barley, Heck- 1
er's Farina, Dury, a's Maizena, Crosse A
Blackwell's London Mustard, Quarter and
Half Boxes Sardines, Raisins, Citron, Mac- !
caroni, Vermieella, Choice Black and Gr? eu !
Teas, Brime Coffee, Pickles in Jars, and for
sale by the dozen or hundred, Soap, Starch, 1
Fig Bin.-, Olive Oil, Canned Poaches, Toma- !
toes, Pepper Sauce, Walinu and Tonco
Catsup?, London Club Sauce, Worcest? r
shiro Sauce, Yeast Powders, Cooking Soda,
Flavoring Extracts, Baker's Chocolate,
Ginger, Popper and Spices, English Hairy
Cheese, Soda Biscuit, Sugar, Butter, Oys
ter and Huston Crackers, Mackerel in
whole, half, quarter barrels and kits, als.,
at retail. Together with numerous addi?
tions to om stock now on ti..- way a:;d
being daily received, and which ?ill l><
sold at moderate prices bv
Mav 15 J. A T. lt. Ai IN E.W.
BBLS MUSCOVADO SUGARS, 8 pounds
Barrels Muscovado SUGARS, 7 pounds
foi fl. ? M.so,
A complete assortment of Crushed and
Refined SUGARS. For sale at low rates bv
May 13 J. A T. IC. AGNEW. '
HW BARRELS CHOKE FAMILY
20 Barrels Heck, r's R. If-raisiug FLO! R.
Just received ailll for sale 1>V
May 13 .T. A T. li. A ?.NEU.
Hay & Corn!
I BALES PRIME HAY.
II HI ^000 bushels BRIME COHN.
Just receiveI and for salo by
May I3 J. A T. K. AGNEW.
Bolting Cloths, Scythes and Grain
JEST received a com pl? lo assortment ol
Genuine Anchor Brand Bolting Cloths,
Griffin's Grain Scythes and Superior Grain
Cradles, which we oller at low fignr???.
May 15 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
STUART'S WHITE SYRUP.
Stuart'? Sugar Loaf Syrup.
Stuart's Golden Syrup, .lust received
and for salo bv J. A T. K. AGNEW
JLnd for Sale Cheap I
pr /\ BOXES TOBACCO-ctiuic? grados.
0\f 10 " " low
10,000 SEG ARS genuin* Ri.> Hondo.
5,000 " - low era<W.
20 balen COTTON YARNS S to 12.
10 baskets Heidsiek Champagne.
50 dos?.?Madeira, Port, Sherrv and Claret
li? doz. Lemon Syrup.
Several eases of old COGNAC BRANDY.
lo bbls. Bourbon Whiskey.
20 " Coru '?
75 bbls. Flour.
HiK) bushels Corn.
50 kits Mackerel.
60 bids. Coffee Sugar?.
2."i '. common Brown Sugars.
25 l>aj;s Coffee.
:|00 boxes Sardines. 100 boxes Herrings.
.TANNEY A: TOLLKSON.
Ipr ROLES 5 and 6 quarter CANTON
*J MATTING whit.- and red checked.
150 pieces PRINTS cheap.
200 BLEACHED SHIR TINGS.
50 " Lawns and Organdies.
Ladies' Philadelphia Slippers.
5 bales Brown Shirtings. For sale cheap.
Marl? TOLLESON A J ANN EY.
Wholesale 8c Retail.
.>"^. PIEGES POPLINS DE PARIS.
?5?> 2'> . FRENCH GRENADINES.
..'?i pit res Knibroid'd and Plain Berages.
IO " kreuch Wasarabique.
:to ? Beragc Auglais, :it M\ Vd.
50 (.'hallies very pretty 37J 7d.
'.'.> .? Kreuch Prints.
..loo " Lawns aud Jaconets.
.Ins! iveeived, a hue assor*nient ol SEA?
SIDE HATS, WREATHS and KEATHEBS.
bombazines, 6 1 Black DeLaine.
S 1 Black and Wliite Belage, for shawls,
.laoouct, Swiss and Nainsook Munbun.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Tmil Hobo Skirts.
Knibroid'd and Linen Cuffs and Collate.
( %,rm-ls, Kreneh Kans.
\ i.s. >,
200 pi'-e< .- Bleached Shirtings.
.'.5 s lo .md ll gr. Sheetings.
Bales .:- I. '/-? and LI Shirtings.
Iln?ii.l\ all prices ami qualities.
Cloths, Cassiineics, Drap d Et*-.
Linen. , Nankcuett, Ac, for ^? ut'o wear.
ALSO, AT WHOLESALE ONLY.
U' 1 eases Ladies' Boote's.
lo .. Men's Congress Boot?.
in .. Lasting Shoes.
lo .. and Leather Pumps.
A I.S. i.
A largo stock ot Ladie?' Hats, trimmed
ale I untrimmed.
(lent's Felt and Leghorn Hair,
iii OOO Colored ami Whit.- EliV. lopoo.
foolscap, Note and Letter Paper.
Large stock ol' Clothing.
TOLLESON & JA WEY.
Ex. Blackberry Root aud Rhubarb.
VS APE and effectual remedy for Diar?
rhea. Dysentery, Bowel Complaint,
Cholera Morbus, Pain in the Stomach, A?-.
Korsaloby FISHER A HEINITSH,
May :;i Druggists.
Diarrhoea Cordial !
17/^OK Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Bowel or
Summer Complaint, l'ailla. Cholera,
Uloodv Flux, Sick Stomach, &<: For sale
hy FISHER A HEINITSH, i;inggi?ta.
Ij^OR Rowel Complaints, Summer Com
' plaints. Weak Stomach, Ac Ki.r sale
by FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists.
?1IVE HUNDRED gallons prime White
KEROSENE OIL, for sale bv Landor
gallon al FISHER A HEINlTsil'S,
May :;i Druggists.
1WO HUNDRED ounces SULPHATE.
QUININE, for sale bv
KlSHK.lt A HEINITSH, Druggists.
[HUGS m MEDICINES \
1 UM ASSAFO l l DA.
T BLUE MASS, m pounds.
i ALOMEL, DOVER'S POW1 ERS.
CK? ?'ION OIL, MORPHIA.
(lion Opium, Quinine.
Opodeldoc, Extract Logwood.
Syrup Squills, Borax.
Castor Oil, quarts and pints.
Dead Shot Vermifuge. j
Holloway's Wm ni Confeclivo.
Winslow's Soothing Svrup.
Wright's PUls, Brandfeth's Pills.
Ayer s Pills, Harlem < ?il.
German Horse Powder.
Barber's Horse Powder.
Tarrant's Aperient, Tarrant** Cubebs.
Philotoken, Batchelor s Hair Dye.
Marchisi Catholicon. Pain Killer.
Sandford** Liver Invigorator.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
McMunn's Elixir Opium.
1'lour Sulphur, Roll Brimstone.
Cream Tartar, English Mustard.
Lemon Syrnp, Ginger Syrup.
St i aw lu irv Syrup,
i Extract Lemon, Extract Vanilla.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists,
At the old stand. Main street.
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS thc admiration of every one. Noone
possessing this rich gift and attribute
! ol' health and attraction would exchange it
.for the wealth of the Indios. Vet how
I many suffer their r Lin to become rough
\ with spots and pimples, which mar the
beauty and bloom of the face. The CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all snots and
1 blemishes, tan. freckles,pimples,blotches,
' and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
' ai:ia.'tive in woman.
l'or sale bv druggists everywhere.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Agents.
,li>HN M. MARIS A CO., Pbilad'a.
I May 23
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
i Itch liniment ! !
I TITHE great remedy atlast for the ITCH.
, 1 This LINIMENT will cure in a few ap
! plications, lt is perfectly clean, and free
j from offensive and duty grease. A very
! pleasant remedy, and a restorer of ven
happy feelings. Ail who are annoyed with
i tins disease will usc thc Liniment. Foi
saleonlyat FISHER A HEINITSH S
I BApril 3 Drug Stoic
tx<o tiors. Sales
By LEVIN ft PELXOTTO.
TO-MORROW MORNING, sc 10 u'cWk,
previous to the Commission er* a sale, we
will seil, at the Court House, ?
'25,000 good BRICKS, cleaned ?nd stack?
ed on the lot North-east eoruer of Gervais
aud Marion streets. Jun? 3 1
Muirs, Bricks, Frame Bu Mw-j nutt Cai -
By A. E. Phillips.
On MONDAY next, the 4thinst., (bale-day ;
I will sell at the Court House, at ll
o'clock a. m.,
3 well-broke Mules.
AU tho Bricks in the Washington Street
M. E. Church, estimated bv good judges tc
A Frame Building on tho North end of
Col. B. Duncan's lot, known as the Ice
1 good Two-Horse Cai riage.
Terms cash. Jone 1 S
A (iootl Chance far In restaient-Desh abfe
Family Residence. Building Lois and
Farms at Private Sale.
By LEVIN ft PELX0TT?.
THAT LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
FAMILY RESIDENCE, on Arsenal
Hill, formerly occupied by Maj. J. D. Hill,
with all necessary out -buildings, spacious
2 Building Lota on Flam street, betweeu
Sumter and Marion streets, each 60 feet
front by 209.
45 Acres of Land in the South-east m u
part of Corporation, embodying eight town
s.piaros near the Charlotta "Railroad.
M Acres prime Land, within two miles of
the city, containing a good supply of wood.
For particulars, inquire as above.
EIGHT FINE MULES. Apply at this
office. _ May IS
MUS. 1>. C. SPECK would respectfully
. inform her former patrons, and tho
public generaUy, that, having leased the
new and handsome house ovvr Messrs.
Kennet h & Gibson's sud Mr. Brown's
stores, she will OPEN HER HOUSE, for
the reception of DAY BOARDERS, on the
1st instant. May 30 G
JN^ao* SEVEN MILCH COWS, with
HtW?M Calves. Can be seen at JOHN
WTO ERWIN'S, on Assembly street.
Aist^.?.Apply immediately. June 2
Bookseller and Stationer,
,OTh HAS recently moved into bis
^BWnew store, on Plain street, (three
M&Bj doora from Main, ) on the site ot
ggPjfy old Post Oflice, aud has made ad
MtW?J di lions to hi? stock in every de?
partment ot tho business,
j His stock of BOOKS, at present, consists
I Which he is prepared to furnish at whole?
sale on the most reasonable terms, and by
retail at publishers' prices.
Bibles, Prayer Books & Hymn Books,
lu plain aud elegant bindings. His
! stock of
Is as yet quito limited, but he aili obtain
as soon as practicable, after an order, any
book published in America, which he may
not have in stock, and furnish at the price
of the publisher.
BLANK BOOKS of ali sizes, RECORD
BOOKS and JOURNALS for District and
other offices; and, MADE TO ORDER TO
ANY PATTERN, Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Bxiks, Diaries, Rivoice and
latter Books, Receipt Books, Note Books,
Bill Books, Ac. - all printed-affording
every facility in the counting room.
Ho invites attention to his superior
STOCK OF STATIONERY,
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper,
of all sizes, qualities and descriptions-Bili
Paper, Legal Cap, Brief Cap and Declara?
tion Papers, for lawyers' use; also, Law
Blanks furnished. Envelope Paper, Blot?
ting Paper, Tissue Paper-all colors; Wrap?
ping Paper- -all sizes.
ENVELOPES.- Official, Letter, Note and
Invitation sizes, in numberless variety and
Lest quality; Drawing Paper, in sheets and
rolls: Bristol Boards, Sketching Books,
Drawing Cards, Oil Canvas, Oil Paper, Ma?
thematical Instruments, Pencils, (A. W.
Faber's genuine.) of all descriptions and
colors; Water Colors, in boxes; India Ink,
Camel and Sable Hair Pencils and Brushes,
Drawing Pens and Tacks, Ac; Writing
Desks, Portfolios and Desk Pads; Steel
Pens, of Gillan's and other celebrated
manufacturers; Quills in bundles, or, iu
boxes, ready cut.
GOLD PENS, of Fairchild's manufac?
turo- -unequalled in excellence-every style
made, and all warranted and guaranteed
to be the best. Ink, Black, Blue and Carmine,
Lidellible and Copying; Copying Presses
and their accompaniments; Lipxnan's
Eyelet Machines; Swarlwort's Fasteners;
Mucilage, in neat jars, with brushes; Chess
and Backgammon Boards and Men; Ja?
panned Ware Envelope Boxes, P. O. Boxea,
Cash Boxes, Wafer Boxes, Card Boxes,
Bill-head Boxes, Calendars, Rulers, Paper
Cutters, iu Tin, Ivory, Bone, Wood and
Steel; Erasers, Files, Cancellers, Rubber
Bands, Red Tape, Letter Clips, Ruling
Bens, Blotters, Inkstands, in great variety;
Pen Racks, Sponge Cups, Newspaper Files,
improved; linen. Cotton and Paper Twine,
Wedding and Visiting Cards, Ac.
j SHEET MUSIC.
A large supply of the latest Ballads,
Pieces, Waltzes, Polkas, Schottishes, Quad?
rilles, Selections from the tin est Operas,
Instruction Books, Violin and Guitar
Strings, a*- No old music on hand, but
anv piece ord "red when desired.
An extensivo, complete and superb assort?
ment, varying in price from FIFTY CENTS
to THIRTY DOLLARS.
Card Photographs, in numerous assort?
ment, comprising likenesses of Confede?
rate aud Federal Generals, distinguished
personages, actors and actresses, and
other celebrities, miscellaneous subjects,
Ac. Also, Likenesses of Generals Lee,
Jackson, Johnston, Beauregard and others,
in large size, with frames to suit. Also,
beautiful little Frames, (rural style and
Passe Petout,) for cartes de visile; Fancy
air Wholesale purchasers, schools and
libraries supplied. Special attention given
to all orders.
SOT Terms cash exclusively and without
Ho will be pleased to serve his old cus?
tomers and the public generally, and hopes
to merit a share of their favor. Address
X?. XS- G]
Bookseller and Stationer,
June 1 2 Columbia, 8. C.