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BL MOBILE, May 31.-Yesterday's edt
Koa of the National Republican news
?".piper here tras suppressed, by order
of the commandant of the post, and
a guard placed over tho office. Fu?
ture publications are prohibited,
until the proof sheets are submitted
to the commandant. The order of
suppression says the paper was ren?
dered amenable by the last para?
graph of General Orders, May 19,
prohibiting the publication of articles
inciting riot, violence or public lise of
incendiary language. The article
referred to was instructing the freed?
men when and how to use fire-arms.
WASHINGTON, May 31.-The report
of the Mobile riot haa been pub?
lished' Gen. Pope says, everybody
apprehended a disturbance during
Kelley's speech; it censures the
Mayor for not being present; with an
adequate forco. He removed the
Mayor and police, not only for cri?
minal misconduct, but because there
was no confidence in security while
they retain office. S wayne says the
nTair was not apprehended or delibe?
rately framed. Shepherd, speaking
of Mayor Withers, says: "Ho isj I
believe, the only man in -the city
qualified by disposition to temper
with the proper discretion his official
Internal revenue receipts, to-day,
amount to $981,000.
Martino de Autos, the new Portu
iguese Minister, wos presented to the
President to-day. '
The President is to attend tho Bos?
ton Masonio celebration- June 21.
It is rumored that the Spanish Ad?
miral's visit to St. Martha means
hushing np the affair, if possible; and
in the event of a rupture with the
Colombian Government, the B. B.
Cuvier will be brought to this port.
The French steamer Senora ar?
rived to-day, from .Vera Cruz. She
confirms the telegram of the 16th,
, about the surrender of Maximilian,
and the General commanding at Yera
Cruz only waiting official notifica?
tion of the foot to surrender the city
Advices from St. Domingo of the
12th say the harbor of San Pedro has
been declared a port of entry, and a
deqree has been issued exempting,
for a period of five years, all foreign
vessels from payments of permits,
-when cleared at any port of entry of
the republic for the purpose of load?
la lug salt, provided they tako nothing
but salt. Another decree abolishes, for
the term of five years, the import duty
on zinc, in whatever way or shape
iutroduced and adapted to building
CHARLESTON, May 31.-Sailed
brig A. Bradshaw, and schooner L.
L. Tapley, for Jacksonville, Florida.
Off the port-British bark Northern
Crown, from Newport, England.
NEW YORK, May 31.-The hose
carriage for presentation to the Co?
lumbia (S. C.) firemen is completed,
and will be forwarded shortly.
NEW ORLEANS, May 31.-Mayor
Heath appointed two negro police?
Advices from Havana to the 28th,
per steamer Liberty, are as follows:
The Captain-General at Manzeauo
has notified tho consular agent of the
Juarez Government to quit the terri?
tory of the ever-faithful ilso within
eight days. Tho causes of this un?
friendly act do not appear. It may
be in some way connected with the
.recent triumph of tho Liberals, or
?fc^i^.s? .''?tions?vanees against the
JKhclp rendered the Imperial Go
Bfnment in the shape of men, arms,
Kim nit ?OL s aud provisions.
? RICHMOND, Mny 31.-To-day was
r observed by tho ladies decorating the
graves of the Confederate dead, and
the stores were closed. There were
v|)Out 10,000 persons at Hollywood
Gen. Schofield reviewed the troops
of this district to-day.
THE FINANCIAL TROUBLES OF THE
COUNTRY.-The New York Times
Tho financial aud industrial pro?
blem threatens soon to absorb all
other questions, and is an element
which must seriously disturb politi?
cal calculations. With an exhausted
treasury, it is certain that divers Con?
gressional appropriations will remain
unattended to. There cnn be no la?
vish payments of bounties, if there
be no means in hand whorowith to
pay. But will a summer session mend
matters? Will it romove the depres?
sion of trade?-or the poverty of tho
great body of producers?-or the dis?
content which pervades industry
everywhere, aud seeks vent in strikes?
or the want of faith in the sagacity of
tho Government, which is visible in
every financial circle? It may bo easy
to authorize an increase of the debt,
I but can the national credit emiiiro
1 the strain? It may bo equally easy
I to enact heavier taxation, but is it
I probable that, the country, taxed to
I tho vergo of exhaustion, as it already
I is, will eonsentto carry an augmented
I load? These ure questions whioh the
1 ultraists, who think they cou manage
I affairs nccordiiig to their sweet will
I and pleasure, thou ld try to answer
I before they go much further.
? Wisconsin tikes tho lead in the
9 woman-suffriigo movement-tho Se
I nato having concurred, by a vote of
I 19 to 9, with theUssombly resolution,
I proposing to ainknd the constitution
B so as to extend siffrnge to all persons
H over tho age of 21 years.
COBJEJtfKRO?AL. AND FINANCIAL.
NEW^O?BK, May 81-Noon-Flour
25c. lower. Wheat Dorn in ally lower.
Corn l@2c. lower. Cotton a shade
firmer-middling 27)?o. Stocks fiat.
Monoy G per cent. Gold 37}$. St?r?
ung-60 days, 9%@9%; sight, 10}*'.
7 P. M.-Stocks doll. Gold 86%.
Money 6. ' Cotton firmer; sales 1,800
bales, at 27U. Flour dull-State
$9.70?12.75f Southern lojver, at
812.20(016.50. Wheat dull and de?
clining. Corn steady, at a decline of
18@25c. for new mixed Western, and
old 28?30c. Pork heavy, at $23.25.
Coffee firm, at 11%-gold.
BAIITTMORE, May 81.-Cotton very
scarce; middling uplands 27@27)<j.
Coffee quiet-market favors buyers;
choice Bio 18%@19. Flour heavy,
with a declining tendency. Corn de?
din ed 8@5c-white $email@example.com;
yellow $L17@1.18; mixed Western
81.10. Provisions steady and un
CINCINNATI, May 31.-Flour dull.
Corn quiet-No. 1 offered at 71c.
Corned pork firm and in good de?
mand, at $22.50. Bacon firm-shoul?
ders1.* 9; sides ll; clear sides 12*<3@
CHARLESTON, ol ay 30.-The cotton
market has been quite regular during
th? past week; sales 496 bales, at 20
@25. Rice 10%@lli4. Turpentine
50@52. Rosin $2.75@5. Corn $1.45
@1.47. Flour $12@18. Bacon
prime shoulders ll@ll.J4; ribbed
sides lS*^; primo clear ribbed sides
13%@14; clear sides U@U%. Salt
82.25 per sack.
CHARLESTON, May 31.-Sales of
cotton 140 bales; market more active,
and firmer-middling 25}?@26.
AUGUSTA, May 81.-Cotton firm,
and more active; sales 260 bales
middling 24@24)o ; receipts 28 bales.
SAVANNAH, May" 31.-Cotton firm,
and in fair demand-middling 25 J J.
Business is restricted, on account of
holders asking an advance. Good
grades are very scarce, and offerings
light. Receipts 430 bales.
MOBILE, May 31.-Sales of cotton
650 bales-middling 24)., ; receipts
214 bales; sales of the week 3,350
bales: receipts 987 bales; exports
1,011 bales; stock 32,992 boles.
NEW ORLEANS, May 31.-Sales of
cotton 3,800 bales-low middling
24!.i@25; receipts for tho week 4,003
bales; exports for tho week 18,285
bales; stock 8,640 bales. Sugar dull;
good to fair 13. Flour-superfine,
old stock, 810.50; new, 1L25@11.50;
ohoico extra 818.25(o 18.75. Corn
lower; yellow mixed $L12^<f?l.?7??;
white 81.22'?(a1.25. Lard steady
and firm-tierce 13'4; keg 14'.fa
14!.,'. Pork dull, nt 824.25. Bacon
firm-at retail, shoulders i)1... ; ribbed
sides 12@14; clear sides 13^,(?< 13'...
Gold 36% Sterling 47(? 51.
LIVERPOOL, May 31-Noon.-Sales
of cotton for tho week 82,000 bales,
including 27,000 for export and spe?
culation. Tho market opens firm
and active-uplands ll'ud.; Orleans
U%d. Stock on hand 811,000 bales,
of which 440,000 aro American.
LONDON, May 81.-Consols 03 '...
LrvEiirooL, May 31-Evening.
Cotton closed quiet-uplands lH"'d.
@11>4'; Orleans ll ??d. ; sales 20,000
bales. Manchester advices favorable.
The Boston Journal says a gentle?
man in a suburban town buried his
sixth wife Inst week. Shortly after
tho funeral, he met tho minister who
officiated and offered him a 83 green?
back. The minister declined to
take it, saying he was not accustomed
to accept pay for such services. The
gentleman coolly replied, "Just as
you say; but that's what I've becu
iu the habit of paying."
A French chemist has discovered
tho art of changing beef, at a slight
expense, into chicken meat, or that
of any poultry or game. It is effect?
ed by injecting the freshly-killed
meat with certain liquids. "He
must have been a very ingenious
young mau that," said Mr. Pick?
wick, with a slight shudder.
A farmer iu New York willed his
daughter 84,000, ou condition that
sho would marry a Catholic clergy?
man. As Catholic clergymen do not
marry, the daughter endeavors to
break the will. Tho defence is that
tho old man didn't mean she should
have any of the property, and took
this wny of snying so.
The Czar of Russia is described ns
a tall, stately man, with clenr-cut
features and dark hair; the Czarina
as a pale, delicate-looking lady, with
handsome, even features, and a grace?
A German, of Belleville, Illinois,
named Bertcbinger, who hns been in
destitute circumstance?, has just re?
ceived the news from "Fatherland"
that ho has fallen heir to tho snug
sum of 83,500,000.
The Washington Star says that
"tho radicul committco with whom
the matter was left for decision, have
come to the conclusion that there is
no necessity for a meeting of Con?
gress in July."
Collector Crane, of the fifth North
Carolina District, reports'that during
the past week he lins seized twenty
distilleries engaged in tho illicit
manufacture of whiskey and apple
Some of the New York papers ore
rejoicing over the fact, that on the
4th of July, tho boys will be for?
bid by enactment from firing fire?
Giddeon Tucker, who resigned his
commissiou in the Peruvian Navy,
has boon sent by that Government
on a mission to the Amazou.
Eggs with iron shells will be a loot
at the Paris Exposition. A Berlin
chemist caused his hens to produre
them by feeding them on a prepara?
tion in which iron was made to take
the place of lime. Tho eggs will do
for transportation, but how about the
Mr. Youatt, the famous veterinary
surgeon, who has boen bitten eight
or ten times by rabid animals, says
that crystals of nitrate of silver, rub?
bed into the wound, will positively
prevent hydrophobia in the bitten
person or animal.
The Paris Siede publishes Rev.
John S. C. Abbott's astounding pa?
negyric on Louis Napoleon, and
suggests that its reverend author be
straightway put in the American de?
partment of the Exposition and la?
belled the "learned ass."
The richest member of the Con?
necticut Senate is an Irishman,
whose property is valued at 82,500,
000, and whoso daily income is 81,000.
He made his money from an oil farm
in Pennsylvania, which he purchased
TRUTH.-When and where "go?
vernment" is taken from a superior
race and given to an inferior race,
the curso is soon seen on the Burfaco
and soil of the country, as well as
upon its mind and government.
In a violent quarrel, in San Fran?
cisco, between n Chinaman and a
Jew, the former exclaimed, in wrath
and scorn, "Oh, yessee-my savy
you-you killoe Mellican man's
The two discoverers of gold in Cal?
ifornia are now in destitute circum?
stances. Public benefactors are sel?
dom treated as beneficiaries.
A movement is on foot iu Vicks?
burg to send negro Congressmen
from Mississippi. So says a corres
pondent of the New Orleans Crescent.
Nearly all the Catholic clergy oi
Poland who have boen exiled to Si
beria, hove been authorized to retnn:
to their diocese.
It is said that the Paris Expositior
is three times moro extensive, cheer
ful and wonderful than that of Lon
don, in 1862.
Land located one mile beyond tin
limits of Yorkborough, Pa., sold las
week for $1,000 per ucre.
The Richmond freedmen have i
benevolent organization styled "Tin
Secret Sons of Love."
Confederate General Joo Shelb'
has just rehiro cd from Mexico ant
gone to St. Louis.
Atlanta is spoken of ns a "youtii
Chicago dropped down in Georgia. '
Shad have been selling for fou
cents apiece at Hartford, Conn.
MA HOUSE on Assembly stree
next to the Catholic Church, coi
taming nix large rooms. June 1
OF the condition of the TRAVELER'
INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hart fon
Conn., made to the Comptroller-General<
South Cand?na, on the 31st day of Decon
Capital, all paid up.?500,0<
Capital and surplus .741,3;
J. G. PATTERSON, President.
RODNEY DENNI?, Secretary.
H. E. NICHOLS A CO., Agents,
June 1 1 Columbia, ?s. C.
OF JAMES RIVER INSURANCE CO?
PANY, of Howardsvlllo, Va.. Janna
Capital Stock, all paid in.1185,000
Bills Receivable and
call loans. .114,380 22
Stocks, par value... 15,000 00
United States. G.4GG ??
Mortgages on real
estate, worth "iver
double. 5,721 00
Interest due und un
eol'd on Inv'ment. 7.22G GI
Cash in hands of
bankers, ag'ts,Ac. 21,075 24-$171,878
Losses proven und
not due. 3.000 00
Deposits . 100 00 -? *3,10i3
Surplus over liabilities.$168,773
Losses refused to pav, on ground
of foul play.$8.000
W. C.* CARRINGTON, President
J. J. HOPKINS, Secretary.
il. E. NICHOLS A CO.. Agents,
Jane l l Columbia, S. C
OF tho ALBEMARLE INS?RAN
COMPANY, <-f Charlottesville, \
December 27, 18G6.
Va. A fenn. Railroad Bonds...* 15,000
Tennessee Stato Bonds. 15,000
Virginia Stato Bonds. 35,230
Charlottesville Nat'l B'k Stock.. 10,000
1st Nat'l Bank (Harrisonburg,
Va.,) Stock. 500
Virginia Central R. R. Bonds... 15,000
Orange and Alexandria Railroad
8 per cent. Bonds. 23,500
Do. do. G per cent. Bonds. 12,500
Manawsas Gap R. R. Bonds,
142,000, at 50 cents. 21,000
Corporation pf Charlottesville.. 300
Virginia Central It. R. Stock,
?0,100, at 50 cents. 4,550
Other stocks and bonds, val'd at G,75tl
Bonds secured by mortgage and
judgments on real estate. 24,04S
Bonds secured by collateral- 5,000
Endorsed negotiable notes
personal teonrity. 12.G0C
Real Estato. 15,<'iK
Iron safe and ornoo fixtures- 68(
Cash t>n hand and in ag'ts hands 7,00t
Coupons and interest on Stato
and Railroad Bonds, past due. 10,901
Bonds ..'th security, given for
guarantee fund. 100.50C
CoTtifto'a of deposit. .$S8,820 50
Dills payablo. 9,000 00
Losses in process of
adjustment.. 2,500 00-100,32?
WM. T. EARLY, Presiden
JOHN Woon, Jn., Sorrotary.
H. E. NICHOLS A CO., Agents,
Jnne l l Columbia, S. (
The Subscriber has Returned
TO bia OLD STAND, at the corner of
Fiaba and Marion streets. He tendera
his professional services to the inhabi?
tants of Colombia and its vicinity, and
will attend promptly to ALL CALLS,
eit?er in the DAY or NIGHT. Office hours
from 12 to 1.
June 1 D. H. TBEZE VANT, M .rt.
Horse, Wagon and Harness for Sale.
ASOUND and GENTLE HORSE, nine
tears old; works kindly anywhere.
Together with a light WAGON, on springe,
and new HARNESS. Will be sold sepa?
rately or togother, at a bargain, if imme?
diate application is made. Inquire of
Jone 1 1_Washington street.
pr fi BBLS. and Sacks N. C. FLOUR-a
f_J\J superior article.
60 Backs Fresh Ground MEAL, from
"Charlotte Steam Mills," in two bushel
1,000 bushels primo Whito and Yellow
COHN. For sale by
June 1 3_E. STENHOUSE.
THOMPSON'S GENUINE EYE WATER,
for soro and inflamed eyes.
McAllister's All-healing Salve-a valu?
able ointment for old sores.
Dalby's Carminative for Children.
Fly l'oison Papor, fir instant death to
Harvey's Rat Plums, tho rat annihi?
"Harleam Oil," tho Dutch specific-a
Extract Lemon and Vanilla, for flavoring.
Flea Powder, for insects, ants, Ac.
Soothing Syrup, for children toothing.
Sugar Plums, for worms-tho Pontoont.
Soda Water Powders, for a cool drink.
For sale FISHER A HEINITSH,
June 1 _ Druggists.
? List of Letters
REMAINING in the Post Office, Colum?
bia, 8. C., June 1, 1867. Persons
cabing for letters in this list, will pleaso
say "They are advertised."
Adams, Mrs P M Johnson, J A
Addison, Mrs E A Joues, Samuel
Allison, W H Jones, J Richard
Alexander, M, col'd, Jones, M
Alston, Miss Kato Kaigler, Mrs Goo
Asgill, Mrs Sarah, Kerrison, Mrs Rosa
care Mr Geiger, Kimble, Jard
Athcar, G H Kin*;, W, col.
Atuard, Philip King, M?BB M J
Raldwi'i, Mrs Kate Knox, Jack
B?!dWla, WF Koon, J li
Barker, S C Kroesiug, Henry
Barnes, Miss J H Laccons, John, col,
Bass, J A Lane, J T
Kaughman, Mrs S R Leu. montubia
Bell, Wm Lewis. Miss Emma
Bell, Jas Littlejohn,
Rclliugcr, Est John Locke, Geo A
Kensey, W D Mabry, Wm R
Berasay, Stephen Mackey, T J
Rolden", Mrs R Malone, P John
Booker, Miss L Masscnhcimmer, B
Ko wm ar, Miss V Mavnard, lt
Braly, Miss M, col, McDaniel, Miss E
Kreneu, John D McDaniel. S, col,
Brinkley, J H MoDoule, Lanley
Broomley, Mrs 51 MoGilvary, A B "
Brooks, Miss Mary McLcanc, Miss M
Brown, Andrew Merchison, B F
Brown, Miss Backev Miles, R C
Brown, S H ' Miles, E II
Rums, Miss Lizzie Milling, David (fo
Rurns, Wm reign lettor,)
Rush, .Mired Mitchell, Mrs E
Rush, Mrs Maria Murray, Miss C
Hussey, Anna Newman, Levouthon
Butler A Earhart, Newman Hohei t
Bryan, Elizabeth Nicely, E, care of
Carter, Jas M Tom Smith,
Cavannahn, Miss M Neinsee, F 2
Chalhan, Miss S Nix, Jas
Chapman, Oscar Norton, Col J J
Chceshare, Edward Odom, Elias
Clark, Miss N C Osborne, Miss E
Clark, W L Outlaw, Curtis
Cohen, R M Owens. Win
Coffin, GM 2 Rage, Isaiah
Cooper, Wm A Parks, H L
Coyles, Hampton Kerrin, Miss Mary
Crawford, J C Perkins, John H
Crouch, Chas Terry, Mrs E, caro
Davidson, R Mrs Amv Strother,
Davis, Dr J H Ret?is, Hon T C
Davis, Henry, col, Pope, R II
Davis. Mrs Harriet Porter, H S :?
Davis, Miss Hattie Porter, Thoo 2
Davis, Miss Manda Pratt, Harvey
V ?vis, Wm, col, Price, Yicey, col,
Deas, Miss Hannah Rabenstein, Wm 2
Dennis, F \Y Rancis, Miss R M
Dfiiaon, Miss S J Rawls, Theo
Dinkins, Richard Havan, Richard
Doboy, Sam Reynolds, Mrs E
Douglas. \Ym Richards, Mrs A
Edens, S C Richardson, Mrs E
Edmonds, Jane Hitch, Mrs Lizzie
Edmonston, U Robinson, James
Edwards, J T Rooi, S NV
Edyer, F Rosenthal Si Son,
Eiswell, Miss Rody Rosse, Miss Robccca
Ellington, Page Russell, David A
Enlow .>T.i?s Laura Sainney, John C
Ennis & <Jo, J Sands, Chas
Evans, Chas Scanlan, M B
Fanek, Wm Seabram, Mrs Ann
Fant, il K Sen, Mrs Plo
Ferrell, Elizabeth Serene.
Floyd, Miss Mary Sorgnor, Catherine
Ford, Mrs Harriet Soryenary, Mr's C
Fostir, Henry Sim'kins, Mary
I Fiances, Miss C Simmons, Mrs S A
! Freeman, H Simmens, Mrs
Fritz, Jas E Simpson, Daniel
Fulmer, Mrs M C Sligta. Hartwell, care
Fynil, Mrs H F Isaiah Cannon.
Gaden, George Smith, Miss L, col,
Gallawav, Mrs M Smith, J
Garb y, "Mrs Ellen Smith, J R A
Geiger, Mrs Deally Smith, T J
Gentry, .S A Smith, Miss Rosa S
Gillern, Mrs Rachel Smith, J C
Glover, L ll 2 Smith, Misa M
Goff, Wm Sneed, M?8S M E,
Gorge, Miss Martha caro Geo Rianon,
Gosoler, 1* Stanley, Miss Lucy
Gradick, Elias Stellings, Miss J E,
Green, David, col, care C W Stellins,
Green, Mrs S, care Stockton, E B .
.lohn ti Green, Strickland, MissN C
Gremshaw. B Bturgoon, M E
Gulliard, Mrs L Stuart, Mrs Susan
Hull, SB 2 Swygert, Mrs L
Hammond, Mrs S W Swygart, Mrs A
lianes, laom Talley, John
Harrison. Mrs M J Taylor, Julian (p c)
Haunt, Miss Cary Thain, Wm
Hayward, Nat Thornton, Geo R
Hendrix, Randolph Toriton, Miss Emma
Hendrix A Ryan, Tutou, James L
Hondorson, R G Vaughn, J H
Hickman, Geo W Wadbus, Jim
Hills, Ca.'sar Wagner, Goa
Ilaskin, Renjamin Wallace, W M
Hockin, Wm Wallstecn, A, col,
Hooper, Miss R Wulsh, Owen
Howell, J Al Ward, Cot R
Huusnckor, A L Wators, Miss M 2
Huuter & Roark, J M Webb, Wm
Isaacs, Mrs Mary White, D D
Irvin, Win F White, Ned. col,
Jaoger, Gustavo White, Si ras
Jamibon, lill Wilsou, Mrs Alice
Jaques, G rf Wilson, Miss J, col,
Jomeraon, Jlmos Wiserly, Alac
Jenkins, This Wolverton, D E
Jenkins, Hof ry Wood, W S
Johnson A Chase, P Wordsworth, C
Johuson, ls?ic Wright, Miss Ella
Johnson, Om Young, Miss Fannie
Juno 1 1 B JAS. C. J AN NEY, P. M.
"By Industry we Thrive !"
1865. Wm 1867.
HAVING bec-u thoroughly fitted up and
supplied wfth CARDS, PAPER, BRONZE,
COLORED INK, CUTS and TYPE iu great
variety, tho proprietor is prepared to exe?
cute, ai short notice, in good stylo, and at
reasonable prices, every variety of
Front a Visiting Card to a Threo-Sheot
Poster, or a Pamphlet to a large-sized Vo?
Call and Examine Samples
Of tho following:
Programmes, Business Cards,
Visiting Cards, Dray Ticket?,
Wedding Cards, I .s,
Bill Heads, Labels,
Circulars, Blank?, Ao
J?XIAN A. SELBY, Prop'r
Phoenix and Oloanor Printing Office,
West sido Main Street, abovo Taylor,
April? Colombia, 8. C.
New York Advertisements.
21,23, 25 AND 27 BROAD WA 1\ N. T.
OPPOSITE BOWLTNO OBEEN.
O? THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to tho traveling public.
The location ia especially suitable to mer?
chant a and business men; it is in close
>roximity to the business part of tho city,
s on the highway of Southern and "Weat*
ern travel, and adjacent to all tho princi?
pal railroad and steamboat depots.
The Stevena House has liberal accom?
modation for over 800 guests; it is well fur?
nished, and possesses every modern
improvement for tho comfort and enter?
tainment of its inmates. The rooms hav?
ing been refurnished and remodeled, we
aro enabled to offer extra facilities for the
comfort and pleasure of our guests. Tho
rooms are spacious and well ventilated
provided with gas and water; tho attend?
ance is prompt and respectful, and the
table is generously provided with every
delicacy of tho season-at moderate rates.
GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,
May 81 6mo_ Proprietors. >
New York Hotel,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE subscribers, successors to H. Cran-' "
eton, Esq., and Cranston A Hildreth, in the
proprietorship of this well-known
POPl'I/iR H OT EL ,
Wish to assure their friends and the publio
generally, that thoy shall spare no pains
nor oxponso in their endeavors to maintain
I its reputation so well merited under in
former proprietors, as one of
THE FIRST OF FIRST-CLASS HOTELS.
D. M. HILDRETH & CO.
SOUTHERN BAKE NOTES'.
Bought and Bold ou commission by
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.,
NO. 16 WALL STREET. NEW YORE.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or
dors in Gold. Government and other Secu?
rities executed at the rogular Stock Ex
chango by a member of the firm. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited. Aprils
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTED
"STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
ITtOR tho salo of COTTON, COTTON
J YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
Ac, and for the purchaso of Merchandize
generally, 66 1'earl Street, New York.
Consignments to us from every point in
tho South fully protected by insuranco as
soon as .shipped. July 14 ly
J. E. STENHOUSE. ALLAN MACAULAY.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOIIDRT
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
N08. 28, SO and 32 Centro stroot, (corner
of Reade street,) New York. The typo
which Uiis paper is printed is from the
above Foundry. Nov 18
$20. A6EP WED, $20.
(ft ry rr TO $200 PER MONTH-males and
up /U females-to sell tho only genuine
Cbmmon Sons*o FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINE manufactured. It will hem, foll,
stitch, tuck, bind, braid, quilt and embroi?
der beautifully. Prico only $20, including
Barnum's Solf-Bowor and Self-turning Hem?
mer. Fullv warranted for five years.
CAUTION.-Beware tf thoso selling
worthless cast-iron machines, under tho
saino nanio as ours. For circulara and
terms, address C. BOWERS A CO.,
255 S Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mav 21 lnio
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MTHIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL has been thoroughly repair?
ed, refitted and refurnished, and ia
now ready for the accommodation of tho
traveling public, whoso patrouago is re?
The proprietor promises to do all in bis
power for tho comfort of his guests'.
_March 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r.
Livery and Sale Stables,
^ CHALMERS 8TREFT,
Charleston, 8. C. DlE-(vKmjL>
jRWlGEN A BAKER, Pro.83^^
M ?) prietoi-H. Saddlo Holies, Car?
riages, Phaetons and Buggies to hire, ataU
hours. Mules and Horses for sale.
CHA BLES TO X, S. C.
COACHES always in readiness to convey
passengers to and from tho Hotel.
Feb 20 WHITE A MIXER, Proprietors.
THOS* E+ G8EG6&C(h?
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS -
OFFICE OF GREGG ? CO.
May 31_(_ 6
SUflAR MILLS can bo had at low prices
Cull ut Palmetto Iron Works.
May 25 36 WM. GLAZE & CO.
ONE SAW MILL-completo; engine
-tO-horse power. At Palmetto Iron
Works. WM. GLAZE & CO.
Threshing and Ginning.
IAM prepared to make cngagomouta to
any extent for THRESHING WHEAT
and OATS. Also, for GINNING COTTON.
Partien within twenty miles of Columbia
wirbln;; mo to sorvo thom will please notify
mo at once. Tot ms moderate.
W. B. LOWRANCE,
April 21 Columbia, S. C.