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LONDON, May 28.-It is rumored
that the Marquis of Hastings, haring
lost a million in gold on Derby races;
? '??ri Item?.
CHARLESTON, May 28.-Sailed
Steamer Prometheus, Philadelphia;
Soho on or 13. N. Hawkins, Boston.
ST. LOUIS, May 28.-The Benton
statue was unveiled by Mrs. Fremont,
to-day. Franois P. Blair spoke; one
gun was fired for each of Benton's
thirty years in the Senate.
NEW ORLEANS, May 28.-The Com?
mittee of Investigation into charges
of the presence of twenty-eight co?
lored children at white schools in the
third district, reported to the School
Board, last evening, that twelve of
the scholars reported as colored have
been withdrawn from school; nine
proved white; two refused, and six
neglected to furnish the evidence re?
quired. The matter was referred
back to the Investigating Committee,
with power to act. All children of
known mixed blood will be required
to attend the schools provided for
HA?TI, May 28.-Salnave first
gained and then lost a battle with the
rebels. The situation is unchanged.
CINCINNATI, May 28.-McCool and
Coburn have been committed foi
forty days, at Lawrenceburg, Indi?
ana ; both are in jail.
WASHINGTON, May 28.-Registra?
tion shows 4,015 white majority.
Many were stricken from the lists,
on acconnt of defective amnesty pa
pera. Applicants presenting the am
nesty oath, instead of a certificate
from the State Department, that oatt
was filed as the law requires. Per
sons holding personal pardons fron
the President, or proper amnesty pa
pera, found no difficulty. The prope
routine is to mail the original oath t<
Secretary Seward, who, retaining thi
original oath, will return the prope
Replying to Townsend's npplicntioi
to be relieved 'from the War Offic
Eerplexitiea, the President said h
ad'no new orders to issue; he hai
issued orders some months since
The business of the War Office ha
WASHINGTON, May 28.-lu the Se
nate, Wade appointed Buckalow
Morrill, of Maine; Stewart, Chandle
and Thayer a Committee to investi
gate reported corruption. Doolittl
presented a momorial of the consei
vativo citizens of South Carolini
against the Constitution. Doolittl
said it was an able paper, temperate!
written, and asked its reference t
the special consideration bf the Ju
diciary Committee. Missouri's ac
mission came up, when Drake or
posed admission until the fourtesnt
article became part of the fund?
mental law, maintaining that twenty
eight States were required to ratify
and that Ohio and New Jersey ha
the right to recall their aeson
Drake added, that thore was n
hurry; we have doue without thct
States for seven years, and can d
without them seven mouths longe
It is believed that Seward, Randu
and McCulloch will soon retire.
In the House, the Indian Bill wi
resumed, when the Corruption Coe
mittoe iutroduccd a resolution, ii
structiug the Sorgeant-at-arms to I
up a guard-room in tho Capitol, fi
Wooli ev's confinement.
Tho Senate has rejected Thom
Sim, as Marshal for South Carolin
Drake's movement in opposition
i Arkansas' immediato admission, e
cites astonishment. Tho Senate
divided into four parties on the sn
ject. Wade, Chandler, Cattell ni
other extrome radicule withdrew.
At Colombia, S. C., on the 2Cth of M.
by the Rev. J. J. O'Connell, at tho re
dence of the bride's parentd, Mr. HK\
RIOU8 BURT, of Savannah, Ga., to M
CARRIE R. REED, third daughter ol
P. aud C. E. Reed, of Charleston, S.
tW Charleston Courier please copy.
DWELLING FOR R?NT?
A VERY CONVENIENT DWE1
jiSfclNO, iu a pleasant part of the c
XiULwith Fivo Rooms-all with fire-plat
aUo, Bathing Room attached, with 8ho
Bath Apparatus; rooms nicely papei
also, liv.. Rooms in the Basement i
Nursery; out-bnildings, Smoke and C
riago Houses, and neat Gardon, lt
moderato to an approved tenant. POBI
sien to lie given bv tho first of Jnlv III
Apply at * G. DIERCK'S Bton
May 27_? _
ON DRAUGHT, THURSDAY, tho !
M av. Netifl vnur ?'omijehns.
M ay 27 2_ E. & O. D. HOPI
/firaropggnss^ Till', undersigned, (
(Ji.aviiu; rd urned tn i ..
C^^Hf^f^f^i^p,iii!iliia. is prepared to
RE l'AIR FURNITURE or CHAIRS at <
low pricoB, for cash or provisions. J
denco near his former residence, ?
street, on t!ie hill opposite Mr. Ja
Brown'? paint h.ore. NV. W. PURS
RAA BUSHELS WHITE COHN',
OU\ / received and for sale low h\
May 17 4_J. .V. T. R. AOXE
171011 SALE by
: May 22 FISH ER A LOWRANC
READ C. F
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, May 28--Noon.--Flour
5(q)10c. lower. Corn lb. lower. Mee?
pork $28.25. L,erd 18>?@19>?. Cot?
ton ft shade better-30}?. Gold 39%.
7 P. M.-Cotton lo. better ; eales
2,900 bales, at 31. Flour-Stat? 8@
9.25 ; Southern 9.70? 14.75. Wheat
closed fairly active, at 1?2c. better
amber Southern 2.60. Mixed West?
ern corn 1.15. Oats 85>;.'. Mess
pork firstname.lastname@example.orgK. Lard qoiet
and heavy. Freights firm. ?Gold
BALTIMORE, May 28.-Cotton firm,
at 30. Flour dull. Wheat very dull.
Corn firm; inferior dull-white $1.14
@1.16; yellow email@example.com. Oats
steady, at 95. Mess pork quiet, at
S29@29>?. L?rd 19.
CINCINNATI, May ?8.-Mess pork
28. Shoulders 13y.; clear sides 17.
CHARLESTON. May 28.-Cotton
firmer and but little doing; sales 25
bales-middlings nominal; holders
ask 30, but buyers offer 29; receipts
102; sales of the week 287; stock
AUGUSTA, May 28.-Cotton market
closed firm-middling 28}?; sales 22
bales; receipts 38.
SAVANNAH, May 28.-Cotton firm
and advanced, without buyers-mid?
dling held at 30>?@31; receipts 131
bales; receipts of the week 1,421.
MOBILE, May 28.-Cotton market
closed irregular ; sales 350 bales
middlings 28@28,1??-holders refusing
to sell at these quotations.
NEW ORLEANS, May 28.-Cotton
firmer-middlings 28>? ; sales 1,600 ;
receipts 20. Cuba sugar, Nos. 12
and 13, 12%(3 13 ; prime Louisiana
15>?(fl}15j?. Cuba molasses, nominal?
ly 48(a}55.~Flour dull-superfine 8.50
@8.75 ; choice 12>?@14)?. Corn
steady, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork dull, at
29%@29i?. Bacon easier-shoul?
ders 13% ; clear 17%.
LONDON, May 28-3 P. M.-Fine
growing weather. Consols 95%.
LIVERPOOL, May 28-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton firmer, with an advancing ten?
LIVERPOOL, May 28-Evening.
Cotton f firmer and higher-uplands
11%; Orleans 11>?.
TH E ORE AT ORIOINAL
TWO NIQIITS ONLY.
Friday ard Saturday, 29 and 30.
THE Great Magical Specular Drama, in
four tuts, entitled BLACK CHOOK!
Sole right from CHARLES il. BAHRAS,
to produco in Cliarleatou, Savannah and
The Wonder of the World '.
Played nearly two yoara ba New York;
now presented for tho first' and only time
in Columbia, with all ita
Tho piece will bo produced with the
principal new Scenea, painted in New
York. The Grotto and Transformation
rivaling Niblo's famoua scenes.
Admiaaion fl. Rosorvod ???cata $1.50.
Children half price. Back Benia 75 centa.
Seata can be secured at onco for cither of
tho performances of tho BLACK CHOOK,
at Mea8ra. Weam & Hix'a Photograph
Doora open at 7A; to commence at 8
O'clock._ May 20
SIX HEAD of good MULES
wanted. Partiea deairing to nell
<M*aiwill do well to call on mo before
Belling. GEO. A. HALL.
_ May 15_
THE HOUSE and LOT on Richland
street, occupied at present bj Capt.
R. D. Senn. Inquire at Oftice of tho
Southern Express Company. March 18
FOR sale low at
SWYGERT ft KENN'S.
May 10 _lmo_
Choice Sugar-Cured Hams
AND PRIME VENISON HAM'S, at
SWYGERT ft BENN'S.
May 10 Imo
ff ( \ BOXES NO. 1 HERRINGS, for ?ale
0\J low. E. fi G. D. HOPE.
Grant's Fan Mills,
FOR s ile bv
May I? FISH ER ft LOWRANCE
I STILL LIVE.
npiHE great SUMTER BITTERS have
X. only to bo tried to ho appreciated. Aa
a Bummer tonic and invigorating medi?
cine, none ia equal to it; as a stomach ap
potizer .ind a promotor of digestion, it is
the beat Ritters out. Only try it. and your
experience will attest the "truth of our
advice. For sale wholesale and ret iii, by
USHER'&. HEIN1TSH, Druggiata.
May 17 t
NcrofulH, nr King'? Evil, is]cured by
using Heinit.-di's Qnoen'e Delight.
* ll M
-| (\ BARRELS Hocker's Self-Raising
XU FLOUR, for salo low by
March 27_E. AO. D. HOrE.
New York Sugar-Gnred Pig Hams,
BALTIMORE ORANGE HAMS,
Rico Flour-now ground. At
May 2G_Seegers' Old Stand._
HAMS! HAMS! !
1 OH CH0ICE COUNTRY HAMS, for
lUv Balo in quantities of 100 pounds
and upwards, at 20 couta per pound, and
at retail at 21 cents.
May 24 4_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
RECEIVED fresh, weeklv,
Choice May Goshen BUTTER,
Pure Leaf LARD.
Primo Cuttin? CHEESE.
For salo by GEO. S?MMERS.
DONE on the Sowing Machine, (Wheeler
& Wilson's,) at thc "Ladies'Indus?
trial Association." LESSONS will also be
given, on the samo machine, to such ladies
as desire it, between tho hours of 0 a. m.
to 10 a. m. For terras, apply at tho
_Mar 19 _ '\\.SSOC I ATION.^_
M iv 15 At Netter?' Old Stand.
To Builders, Contractors and Pro?
HAVING located conveniently ?ear the
principal rnauufactoriea of New York,
and vicinity, the subscriber will givo
prompt personal attention to procuring
for orders all kinds of WOOD, IRON and
MARBLE WORK, for buildings and ma?
chinery. Sash, Blinds, Doors, Carvings of
every kind and material. From twelve
years professional experience in Soutti
Carolina, the ?ubacribor will guarantee to
suit the wishes of those bnilding.
TUOS. C. VEAL, Architect,
Tonally, New Jersey,
March 20 3mo Late of Columbia, S". C.
1?0TICE T(7 PLANTERS!
WEARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
ON SHORT NOTICE, AND ON THE
VERY BEST TERMS, STANDARD AGRI?
CULTURAL IMPLEMENT TS, REAPERS,
MOWERS, THRESHERS. HORSE POW?
ERS. HAY RAKES, ENGINES AND MILL
FINDINGS, WHEAT FANS, CORN
SHELLERS, STRAW CUTTERS, and keep
on band manv of the abovo machines,
with BOLTING CLOTHS, SCREEN WIRE,
Wo are interested in, as well as familiar
with, tho wanta of tho people of our State,
and can'warrant machines sold by us to be
the best adapted to this country, and will
sell at mauuiacturera' prices. Parties must
make their orders early to prevent disap?
pointment. FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Carolina National Bank, of Colum?
bia. S. C.
A UTIIORIZA TION.
NO. 1.G80. TREASURY DEP'T,
OFFICE OF COMPTBOLLFU OF CURRENCY,
WASUINOTO.V, May ll, 18G8.
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidenco
present ed to the undersigned, it has
been made to appear that "The Carolina
National Bank of Columbia," in the city of
Columbia, in tho District of Richland and
State nf South Carolina, has been duly
organi/.od, under and according to tho re?
quirements of tho Act of Congress entitled
"An Act to provide a national currency,
scoured by a pledge of United States
bonds, and to pr?vido for tuc circulation
and redemption thereof," approved Juno
3, 1801, and has complied with all tho pro?
visions of said Act required to ho complied
with before commencing the husinoss of
banking uuder aaid Act.
Now, therefore, I, HAVILAND R. HUL
BURD. Comntrniipr of the Currency, d::
hereby certify that "The Carolina National
Bank of Colombia," in the city of Colum?
bia, in tho District of Richland and State
of South Carolina, is authorized to com?
mence tho business of banking under the
In testimony whereof, witness my hand
( Seal of thc Comp-) and seal of office,
-' troller of tho Cur- > this eleventh dav of
I rency. ) May, 1868.
HAVILAND R. HULBURD,
Comptroller of tho Currency.
May 15 2mo
AFEW bushels of ROUGH BICE for
stile low, for cash
May 7 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
0/\/\ LBS. PRIME SMOKED BEEF,
Owv" just iii and for sale by
May 8 E. A G. D. HOPE. .
For Sheriff of Riohland Diitrict.
JOHN W. SELF ia respectfully nominat?
ed for this office by his
Mayal _MANY FRIENDS.
THE PEOPLE'S TICKET.
. Fbr Aldermen.
WABD 4-RIOHARD WEARN.
This ticket will bo sustained by the
working and thinking men of the comma
WABD 4-RICHARD WEARN,
May 21 5*_VOX TOPULI.
RICHLAND COUNTY OFFICERS.
PHINEAS F. FRAZEE.
For Clerk of Court.
DANIEL B. MILLER.
For Probate Judge.
WM. H. WIGQ.
WM. B. JOHNSTON.
For School Commissioner.
WM. EL BROWN.
For County Commissioners.
JOHN H. BRYANT,
CHARLES P. REMSEN.
Nomination for the Mayoralty.
WILLIAM M. MYERS, ESQ., is a candi?
dato for the Mayoralty, and willie sup?
ported by bia
_Maj 8 NUMEROUS FRIENDS.
A Great Spring and Summer
I Wi G Oil ATO H AND RESTORER.
NOW IS THE TIME TO CLEANSE OUT
those PERILOUS 8POTS, Pimples,
corrupt sores, which POLLUTE the LIFE
of the BLOOD, and render your body a
loathoBomc thing. They aro the precur?
sors of a diaeaaeu blood, and will assume
a much more formidable shape if allowed
to go on unchecked. Tho QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT, the only real blood purifier that
has ever been invented, aa thousands will
to-day attest, ia offered to the afflicted aa
a positive remedy for all diaeascs flowing
from a vitiated condition of tho ayatem.
THE LIFE OF THE FLESH IS PURE
BLOOD. Upon thia theory alone tho in?
ventor of tho Queen'a Delight establishes
the great hvgienic law, WITHOUT PURE
BLOOD NO FLESH IS FREE FROM DIS?
EASE. Tho Pale and Shrunkon Forms,
Yellow Faces. Weak Stomachs, Diseased
Livers. Crippled Rheumatics, Nervous
Hypochondriacs, Dyspeptic Victima of
Headache, so common in thia country, ia
owing entirely to the humors of the blood.
Very many other diseases may bo traced to
bad blood, Scrofula or Kiug'a Evil, Eryai
pclaa, Exauthcma or Elevure, a raab or
eruption on females; Blot ch ca, Tetter,
Goitro or Swelled Nock, Syphilis and Sy?
philitic Sorea, Strumoua Ulcera, Ac.
Theso cannot bc cured without purifying
the blood. Now aa to tho remedy. There
ia no other blood purifier that will accom
pliah euch positive and extraordinary cures
as Heinitah's Queen's Delight. You.may
take a barrel of extract Sarsaparilla, and
still yon will not bo cured; and, as a proof
of it, look around and you will ob8ervo tho
couutrv, throughout ita length and
breadth, ia flooded with compound Saraa
Earillaa, extracts and ayrupa, claiming to
o blood purifiers, and yet wo eeo to-day
moro evidence ot impurity of tho blood
than ever. Why ia thu;? Simply because
these extracts und Sarsaparillas are worth?
Tho Queen's Delight is a new compound,
and ia now the great blood medicine; sanc?
tioned by the profession, patronized by tho
highest dignitaries ot' tho laud, endorsed
In the brief period of twelve months,
over 8,000 casca have been treated ao auc
ceasfully aa to entitle it to bo tho wonder
uf the age.
For debility, prostration, nervousness,
mental depression, impaired digestion,
loss of appetite, reatlcaneaa, want of vital
force. Low spirits; it ?B more invigorat?
ing and strengthening than all tho com
pounda of bark or bitters. Aa a liver
invigorator, it is of incatimablo value. Aa
a stimulant, it is safer and surer than all
tho rum and whiskey t?nica of tho day,
and if you value your life and health a
inn's fee, avoid theac quickening stimu?
lants to the gravo and uee tho Queen's
Delight. Ask for Heinitsh'a Queen'a De?
light. Thia is not tho Extract of Stellin
gia or Queen'a Delight, nor ia it a Com
pound Syrup of Queen'a Delight, or Sarsa
?arilla and Queen's Delight, but simply
[oinit?h'a Queen's Delight ia tho trade
mark. Ask for thia if you want to bo
cured, and seo that the* name of E. H
H ein i tsh ia on the wrapper. Preparod only
bv E. H. Heinitsh. Wholesale agents,
FISHER & HEINITSH,
April 18 t Columbia. 8. C.
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS.
WE aro prepared to furnish, at short
notice, STANDARD AGRICULTU?
RAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHINES, at
THRESHERS, Separatora, Horso-Pow
ers, Reapers, Mowers, Corn Plantera,
Wheat Fane, ftc.
Sede agenta for Middle and Western
Carolina for J. W. Cardwell .V CO.'B Agri?
cultural Implements, Gciaer'a Threshing
Machines, Harmon's Wheel-Horse Raker,
and the celebrated Buck-Lye Mowing and
Reaping Machines; and guaranleo our
machines to work well.
Rartiea desiring to purchase will lose
no timo in addressing
FISHER ft LOWRANCE,
April 2 Columbia. S. C.
?t /~\ HHDS. prime Clear Ribbed SIDES,
1U for aale by E. ft G. 1). ROPE
" FINE GROCERIES.
CHOICE Maryland HAMS, Fresh May
BUTTER, Prime Cutting CHEESE,
Puro Loaf Lard, Sugar-Cured Strips, Ba?
con Sidea and Shouldora, Choico Family
Flour, Crushed. Powdered and Granulated
Silgara, Fine Teas, Primo Coffees, Ac.
Constant Iv on hand and for salo bv
May 10 '4 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Tl?e ?lu i HT Liniments tho h ' lini?
ment for family uso: can be used internally
and outwardly. It is a great pain destroy?
er. It kills pain and all kinds of aches*
Sold by Fisher ft Htinitsh.
EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENOERS on tho Greonvlllo and
Colombia Railroad, can get BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alatou-ampio timo
Deo 27 MARY A. ELK IN .V SON.
tr ii H ul 8 tate? Currency and Ex
The currency of the United States ie
denominated decimal currency, the dollar
(represented thus t) being tue unit; and
on this basis all calculations are made.
! Onr. dollar consista of 100 cents, and each
[ cent of 10 mills, and may be written either
$1 or $1.00, or $1 00.0, though this latter
form ie somewhat unusual. So, again,
"ono hundred dollars" is written $100, or
I $100.00, as may bo preferred; but where
the two ciphers are added, as in the latter
case, they must be prefixed by the deci?
mal point. The uso of this will bo obvious
in the following illustration-say, one hun?
dred dollars and twontw-fivo cents, which
ia written $100.25, and ao on, for any
Tho dollar formerly bi usa was tho Spa?
nish dollar, (in silver,) the value of which
was 4s. Gd. sterling. This was taken and
bau ninon h??n S?d Still ?Z Viced HS tho
basis of exchange; and to this causo may
be attributed moat or much of tho mis?
conception as to American exchange.
If $1 be worth 4s. Gd., what ia tho value
in dollars of ?1, or 20s.?
4s. Gd.-4} shillings.
Then - -4.44.4, or 4 dois. 44 cents,
and 4-10 of a cent, or 4 milly.
Now, supposing the standard of Ameri?
can currency to bo still the Spanish dol?
lar, it is clear that $4.44.4 would represent
at par tho value of ?1 sterling. But that
standard has boen changod-first, by a
United States silver coinage, and then by
a gold one; BO that now tho par value is
about 9J per cent, above $4.44.4, or $4.8G
per ?. Heneo, when exchange is quoted,
Bay 109.} to 110 in New York, it is about
par-i. c., it is just as profitable to buy
exchange at that prico for a remittance as
it is to Bend gold.
If tho prico bo lil to 112, it would pay
expoiiBCs, and 1 per cent, to 2 per cent, in
addition, to send gold; but if below 109},
there would bc loss in shipping gold.
All exchange ia calculated upon a gold
basis, hut at the present timo tho usual
business of the United States is transact?
ed in currency. This has to bo taken into
account in settling'auy price quoted from
there, or sending remittances for pay?
ments; ann thia is done in the following
What is ?100 worth in currency, with
exchange, say, at 109}, and gold at 40 per
cont, premium? ?1-444.44.
Therefore, ?100-444.44. '
And 444.44 at 109}-$486.65 in gold.
Which, at 40 percent, premium-$681.31
Tho samo process gives the true result,
let the rato of exchange and premium on
gold vary as they may. And, vice versa,
to lind tho value of a given amount of cur?
rency in sterling:
A in Now York wishes to pay B in Lon?
don tho valuo of $8,600 currency iu ster?
ling. Gold is 136, aud exchange 108.}. How
many pounds, shillings and penco must he
$4.41.4 at 108} gives, say, $4.82.2 in gold.
Which at 3G prent.- $G.558 per ? sterling.
Thcreforo,-?1,311 7a. Gd., amo't
to be remitted. And so again:
What is the value in sterling of $1,000 in
United States 5-20 bonds, when quoted at
111} in Now York, with gold at 134 and
Brice of bonds-lil}, i. e., ll.t premium.
Then $1,000 at 11} premium-$1,115.
$1.444 at ipS-say, $4.80 in gold.
Which at 34 prom.-$6.432 per ? sterling.
Therefore, - -?173 7s., value of
$1,000 in sterling.
Tho difficulty to bo overcome by those
inexperienced will be with regard to tho
decimal points, in multiplying and divid?
ing; but tho working of ono or two ex
ainplos, and bearing In mind what tho
numbers represent, will fully obviate this.
By noticing tho.priccB of exchange and
gold quoted daily in tho papers, a correct
answer to any query as to exchange eau at
once bo wrought out by tho above.
AB all articles of American produce aro
quoted in currency, thia calculation must
he made to determine tho cost in sterling;
and as the premium on gold and tho rate
of exchange aro constantly varying,
(though the latter to'a mucli leas extent,)
any one wishing to know tho value of any
commodity from thence must mako fresh
calculations almost daily to insure exact?
Tho Stato Central Executive Committee
suggest to Democratic clubs tho following
simple form of constitution:
In order to aid in restoring Constitu?
tional liberty to tho people and StateB of
tho United States, we, the undersigned
reaidonts of , do hereby
form ourBolvea into an organization, to bo
known aa the Democratic Club of ;
and, that in connection Kith thc cardinal
principles of tho National Democracy, "wo
recognize tho colored population of the
State as an integral eloment of the body
politic, and as such in person and property
entitled to a full and equal protection, un?
der tho Stato Constitution and laws, and
that, as citizens of South Carolina, wo de?
claro our willingness, when wo havo tho
power, to grant them, under proper quali?
fications as to property and intelligence,
tho right of uufTrago."
ABITOLE 1.-Tho officers of this associa?
tion shall consist of a President, vice-Pre?
sident, and one Secretary and Treasurer,
who shall be elected semi-annually.
AnTIOLE 2. Tho club will asaemblo at tho
call of tho President, and at snch stated
times as may be agreed upon. Ten mem?
bers shall constitute a quorum.
AUTICI.E 3. Any male reBidont of
may hecomo a member of this association
upon signing this Constitution and agree?
ing to act with the club in tho support of
the men and measures of tho Democratic
party in District, State, municipal and na
"Munigipal" to he left out in country
clubs. Tho Committee renew their re?
commendation that tho different clubs in
each District form a central organization,
which organization shall ri port its officers
and strength forthwith to this committee,
and then once every month thereafter
send in a monthly report. Tho Commit?
tee eend their greetings to thc country,
and arc pleased to roport that tho move?
ment they represent is flourishing. Re?
spectfully, WADE HAMPTON,
J. P. THOMAS,
p. w. MCMASTER,
JOSEPH DAN. POPE,
W. M. SHANNON.
ANOTHER SUPPLY, at
May 10 Imo SWYQERT A SEWS.
Hone Power f^Sale.
THE undersigned will offer for sale, on
MONDAY, June 8, at W. T. Walter's
auction room, to ?..cure freight and ex?
penses on samo, ono of Pelton'a superior
HORSE POWERS. Terms cash.
R. H. WALTON,
General Agent G. & G. R. R.
May 18 "_f
William R. Kennedy, Executor, va. George
Aahford and Matilda Ashford, hi8 wife;
Nanoy Graig, and others.- MU for Par?
tition of Peal Estate.
PURSUANT to tho docrotal order in the
above etatod case, I will Bell, on the
FIRST MONDAY in June next, bc.'oro the
Court House, in the city of Colombia,
AI! that lot of LAND, ir. il? u?iv et Co?
lumbia, containing one acre, more or Ieee,
with a good Dwelling with eight rooms,
beaidoa out-buildings, bounded North by
land of- Kirk and C. Hoagland, on
Eaat by Richardson street, South by landa
late of B. Reilly, deceased, and A. Craw?
ford; Weat by Assembly street.
I TERMS OF SALE.-One-sixth caah, and
tho balance on a credit of one and two
years, iu equal annual instalments, with
intercat from the day of sale, secured by
bond and mortgage of tho premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers, stamps, Ac.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
MayGt_0. E. R. D.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Brienen & Carroll et al vs. H. P. DeGraaf,
IN pursuance of thc decretal order in the
above stated case, I w?l sell, at the
Court House, in Columbia, ou tho FIRST
MONDAY in Juno next, tho following pro?
I 12 Horses, 2 Omnibuses, with Harneas,
II Omnibus, without Harness, 2 Carriages,
with Harness, 2 old Carriages, 2 Baggage
Wagons, with Harness 2 Two-Horse Wa?
gons, 2 Buggies, with Harness, 1 Carryall,
i1 old Rockaway, 1 fine Saddle and Brui lo, 1
Clock, 1 lot Pictures, 2 Secretaries, Stable
Fixtures; 1 Brahmin Bnll Calf, 1 Ratter;
also, 2 Carriages, under repairs at Brennen
The lot of Land, with thc Buildings
thereon, on which ia situated tho livery
atablo of the late Wm. Hitchcock; hounded
on the North br lot of Mary Patterson, on
the East by Assembly street, South by the
residence of said Hitchcock, Weat by lot of
the estate of the bite Jamea Bawls. Said
lot fronte on Assembly -foet, running
TEKMH OF SALE.-Of personal property,
caah sufficient to pay tho costa of emt and
sale, and such tax executions or liens for
taxes us may exist in favor of tho State,
City Council or the United States; balance
on a credit of one and two years, with in?
terest from day of salo, with good sure?
ties. Tho real estate on credit of one, two
and three yeara, secured by mortgage,
bond and good sureties, rarchaaer to pay
for papers, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
May 15 +8 . G. E. B. D.
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DB. WM. YOUNG,
No. 41G Spruce st., Philadelphia, Penn.
June 24_f ly
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