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SIGNIFICANT SION9 , IN PARIS - REDUCTION
o?r war k?kiktAV 'iaii^-Air AMERICAN ?
.Xvjm '?uuux?b 1? HAVANA-SMALL FOX j
IN FANA1CA, 4CT., BOT., JCCT. ><J.
PARIS, April 9.-Thrco public meetings
wer? dispersed bj. the police to-day, end
many arrests were coade.
VIENNA, April 9.-The Austrian Govern?
ment has resolved to redhoe the army, and
postpone the caH for recruits.
HAVANA, April 9. -Francisco Leon Nancy,
a naturalized American citizen, and Augustin
Medra vr?l be garroted to-niorrow. They
had charge of arms for the rebels in Ha?
vana, and in protecting them occasioned a
fight, . in which several policemen were
The Treasurer of the Royal University
has fled to the United States with all its
The news from the scat of war is contra?
dictory and unreliable.
MONTREAL, April 9.-Extra precautions
are being taken with the banks here, in
consequence of information having been
received by their authorities that au organ?
ised plan of robbery will be attempted.
WASHINGTON NEW H.
A COMMITTEE APPOINT HT) TO EXAMINE ELEC?
TION . CASKS. IN THIRD AND POU HT H DIS?
TRICTS Ol' THIS STATE-NEW ENGLAND OP?
POSED TO THE EXPANSION OP THE CUR?
RENCY-THE VIRGINIA BILL PASSED-THE
OFFICIAL GUILLOTINE TO BB SET UP IN THE
REVENUE DEPARTMENT, EOT., EOT.. EOT.
WABHTN?TOW, April 9.-The Banking
Committee will have no more meetings, un?
less the session is prolonged. The New
England mombers are solid against the pro?
posed plan for the equalization of the cur?
rency, and rather support its expansion.
There is no prospect of any action being
taken thia session in reference to Georgia.
Tho House has asked a joint committee of
conference with the Senate, on the subject
of the whiskey and tobacco tax.
Information baa reached here that the
small-pox is raging fearfully at Panama.
The newly-elected Representatives from
Connecticut were seated to-day.
The Committee on Elections were divided
by sub-committees to take evidence in the
contested oases in the Third and Fourth
Districts of South Carolina.
Myers, of Pennsylvania, WAS seated by a
strict party vole.
After a somewhat bitter discussion, Mar?
tin's amendment to tho bill authorizing
elections to be held iu Virgiuia, Texas and
Mississippi was passed by a vote of 30 ayes to
20 nays ; Mr. Sawyer, of South Carolina,
voting no. Tbe amendment proposed to
make the adoption of the proposed hf teen th
constitutional amendment a condition pre?
cedent to the admission of those States.
The clause authorizing the Commauding
Generals to suspend tho laws in certain
oases, was deemed oppressive, and stricken
ont. An additional o?anse was adopted, de?
claring that the restoration of these States
should not be regarded complete until Con?
gress bad approved their action. The bill
was passed by a vote of 44 yeas to 9 nays.
Amongst the latter was Senator Sprague.
It is stated that President Grant intends
to lemo ve all the Internal Revenue Super?
visors in the South except Noah, of Ten?
The President sent u proclamation to the
Senate summoning them to an extra session
on Monday next, for executive business.
GENERAL DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.
THE LATE DISASTER IN MONTANA-TERRIBLE
CONFLAGRATION TN MADISON, GEORGIA.
GOLD HILL MINE, April 9.-At least forty
?orsous perished in the disaster of yesterday,
'he bodies which hove been recovered indi?
cate that the viotims made desperate efforts
to escape, and endured intense suffering be?
AUOUSTA, April 9.-The busiuess portion
and many residences in the town of Madi?
son, in this State, were destroyed by fire,
last night. The loss is very heavy.
CHARLESTON, April 9.-Arrived-steamers
Charleston from New York, and Savannah
from Baltimore. Sailed-ship Muscongns,
for Dalhousie; United States brig H.IParks,
for Bucks ville, S. C., and schooner Emma,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, April 8-Eveniug.-Cotton
dull-middling uplands 12 j* d. ; Orleans
12 kid. ; sales of the day 8,000 bales.
LIVERPOOL, April 9-Noon.-Cotton
dull-middling uplands 12??d. ; Orleans
12^d. ; sales 7,000 bales; sales of the week
47,000; exports 8,000; on speculation 3,000.
Stock on hand 319,000, of wbioh 145,000
are American. BreudstufTs unchanged.
LIVERPOOL, April 9-2 P. M.-Stock of
cotton afloat 125,000 baies; in port 104,000.
LrvEBpooL, April 9-?vening.-Cotton
closed dull and unchanged; stock on hand
390,000 bales, of which 145,000 are Amori
can ; stock afloat 625,000.
LONDON, April 9-Noon.-Consols 93>?'.
Bonds 83%. Tallow 46s. 3d.
MANCHESTER, April 9.-Yarns and fabrics
HAVRE, April 9.-Cotton opens un?
HAVANA, April 8.-Sugar firmer, ut 8>?@
8%. Exchange on Paris from 1 per cent,
discount to par. Federal gold from par to
% premium. Federal currency 24j.j dis?
New YOBK, April 9-Noon.-Cotton
nnobanged-middling uplands 28>?. Gold
1Z2%. North Carolina 6*s, 60 ; new do., 62 ;
Virginia O's, old, 55>? ; new 59 ; Tennes?
see do., ox-coupons, 67 ; new, do., 64% ;
Louisiana, do. old, 72 ; Levee bonds, 71 >? ;
Missouri O's 87. Tho flour'msrttf ^#tber
mor? ?etdj. Wheat is heit) at 2@3 ob?,
higher with scarcely anything doing. Tho
oom market is one neut better. Pork de?
clining-?n?ss $31. Iiard declining-barrels
ift/?i?i<. y Kn ?ni >torss asd spirits tur-?
pontino"drooping. Rosin firm, at $2.47?
02.52% for strained. Freight? dull
NEW YOIUK, April9-Evening.-Middling
cotton 28>.<ota ; salsa 8,600 bales. Gold ac?
tive and strong, closing at 133JU'. The
money market waa irregular during the day,
but was very stringent again at the close.
Call loans 7 per oent. in ourrenoy, with 1-16
@)? added. Exchange doll, at 107%.
Stocks closed houyant. Southern stooka
quiet. Flour more steady, and a moderate
business doing ; superfine State $5.50 ; com?
mon to fair extra Southern $6.35@$7.00.
Wheat held at 3@4cts. higher. Shippers
refuse to pay the advance. Corn, more do?
ing ; now yellow Southern 90cts. Pork
irregular ; new mess $31.10. Lard un?
changed, Whiskey heavy, at 92. Rico un?
changed. Turpentine heavy, at 69@69V?.
Rosin quiet, at $2.40<at$2.48.
BALTIMORE, April [9.-Cotton nominally,
28cta. for middlings. Virginia G's, old in?
scribed 48%; do. of 1866, 50 bid; do. of
1867, 52 asked. Flour active-city mills
$6@6..50. Wheat dull and unchanged.
Corn dull; receipts small. White 81@82;
yellow $101.05. Oats and rye unchanged.
Pork quiet, at $32(3)32 H?. Bacon quiet
shoulders 14,'<;@14%. Whiskey dull aud
WILMINGTON, April9.-Cotton uuchangod.
Spirits turpentine lower, at 44. Rosin quiet
and steady, at $6.7Gi3l$10.00. Crude tur?
pentine 5(W>10c. lower. Tar 5@10c. lower.
MOBILE, April 9.-Cotton flat-middlings
26*40.; receipts 463 bales; sales 100. Re?
ceipts of the week 3,711. Exports to Great
Britain 2,366. To other foreign ports 1,000.
Coastwise 74. Stock on hand 33,196. Sales
of the week 1,850.
CHARLESTON, April 9.-Cotton quiet-mid?
dlings 27/,?ic. ; sales 100 bales; receipts 243.
AUGUSTA, April 7.-Cotton quiet-mid?
dlings 26% ; sales 270 bales ; receipts 125.
SAVANNAH, April 9.-Cotton dull aud
nominal-middlings 27 L.tcts ; sales GOO halos;
receipts 341 ; exports to Liverpool 3,545
Report for Wtfk ending Friday, April 0, 1869.
PHOCNIX OFFICE, COLUMBIA, April 10, I860.
There han not been much doing in cotton during
tho past week. The sales that have taken place
wore on a basis of 26?264, for middling**.
Thc sales of the week were 14G bales, a? follows:
1 at 18; 1 at 23; 5 at 24J; 15 at 25; 43 ut 23}; 17 at
25$; 3 at 25]: 8 at 25$; li at 26; 28 at 20J; 0 at 2(54;
4 at ?CA.
Ho chaugo in oilier articles of emu try produce.
The following are buying rates of South Caro?
lina Batik Notes, prepared by Gregg, Palmer .V C<?.,
Bank ot Camden.tis
Bank of Charleston. .60
Bank of Chester.7
Bank of Georgetown. 10
Bank of Newberry.. .65
Bank South Carolina. 8
State South Caro. old,45
Stato South Caro, new, 8
I'lu li te rn'. 4
Farmer? and Bxeh?ngeO
Bo.Western R. lt..old,50
Planters and Me.-hun.GO
\V hoi. Milo Prices l um m.
HYTHE COLUMBIA BOARD OF THARK.
APPLES, ^bus.l 25? 1 50 I
PAOOIHO, Gunny,25 @28
Dundee #yd_ @25
BALE Ror-K. Manilla,@26
N. Y. orWes.^)ft.lO@15
B err KU, Northern, .@50
Country, f) lt?. .30?35
CANDLES, Sperm. 40?70
COTTON YAHN..2 00@2 20
COTTON, Strict Mid.@27A
Low Middi'g, 25 @25J
Ordinarv.22 @ 23
CHEESE, E. D. ft..20?25
Coi FEE, Rio,f,Ht>..22?20
Northern.. 8 00@14 00
GRAIN, Corn. .1 18?1 25
Wheat. 2 25?3 00
Oat?.1 00@1 10
Poa?.1 10?I 20
HAY, Nortnern, tyewt.
niDEs, Dry,|tlb ..12}?18
iNDian, Carolina.??l 25
LAUD, $dt? .20?25
Lurnea, Brds.ioo r.i so
Shingles, -pt,ooo..2 75
LIME, $bbl...2 70?2 80
MEATH, Pork, Sib... 15*
NewUrleansl 00@1 25
Sugar House.75?I 25
NAILS, # keg..C 00@7 00
ONIONS. ?tbu8.125?2 00
POULTRY, Ducks, j*r..
Turkeys .3 00
Chick cnn.25? SO
SPECIE, Gold.. 1 30?1 32
Silver..1 20? 1 23
POTATOES, Irish. 75? 1 25
Sweet, tfbush. .t)()?75
RICE, Carolina.tb.ll? 10
SHOT, f)bag.. .3 25?3 50
SALT, Liverp'1.2 70?3 00
SPIRITS, Alcohol,gal.6 00
Urandy... 400? 1200
Holland Gin.5 ()0?7 00
American.. .3 50?4 00
Jam'a Rum.G 00?7 00
N.E. "....3 50?3 75
Monong'h<da375? 4 00
Rectified.... 150? 2 00
SUGAR, Orus'd, !b.20?22
STARCH, fJIb.10? 12*
TEA. Oreen, 1L.1 00? 2 00
Black.1 00? 1 50
TOSACOO, Cliew..50?l 25
Smoking, im..50?I 00
VINEGAR, Wino, g.70?75
French.1 25? 1 50
WINK, Cham. g.26?:?200
Port, tygal. .3 00?5 00
Madeira_3 50?ti Ot)
Closing ?> uotattona ot Hoyt ?ii Uarduer,
Brokers and Bankers, N.>. 5 New Street,
New York, for Week Ending April 7.
New York Central.1551 g
Cleveland and Pittsburg.90%
Cbioago and North-western.83%
Chicago and North-western, Preferred. 95%
Cleveland and Toledo.106%
Milwaukee and St. Paul. 64,^
Milwaukee and St. Pnal, Preferred_ 82%
Chicago and Rock Island.131 %
Toledo, Wabash and Western. 67
Toledo, Wabash and Western, Prefer?
New Jersey Central.118J?
Pittsburg and Fort Wayne.121^
Ohio and Mississippi.37%
Hannibaland St. Joseph.113f?
fliffitoal WPM 'Jo&pV, Preferreei. ll'J '
Tennessee, Old. .66%
Tonnesse, New..... 64%
Georgie Sixesvi ?fcoW. 81
Georgie Sevens.. 92
North Carolin* Old.69>?
North Carolina. New.63%
Alabama Five?. *.69
Virginia Sixes, OM. 66
Pacific Mail. :.91%
Western Union. 41 %
Hr j urn of Arnold ?nd Spongier, the Dry
Samuel B. Arnold and Edman Spangler,
the prisoners recently released from the Dry
Tortugas, ander pardon of President John?
son, the former having been sentenced for
life, and the latter for six ye irs, by the mili?
tary commission that tried the assassination
conspirators, reached this city yesterday.
They on mo passengers on the steamship
Cuba, from Key West. Arnold appears in
rather delicate health, but Spangler is well,
nnd both seem iu good spirit?. They are
set free now, after three years and eight
months in "durance vile." After their
trial and sentence, they reached tho Dry
Tortugas with Dr. Mudd', their late fellow
prisoner, and O'Laughlin, who died during
imprisonment, on the 25th of July, 1865,
and were released on tho 22d of March,
1869. Both Arnold and Spnngler reply
readily to (pieries concerning their imprison?
ment and thu treatment they received from
the different commanders of tho post
Doting the season of the fearful rage of the
yellow fever in 1867 at the fort, they state
that after nearly all the troops had been at?
tacked, and either recovered or died, Dr.
Mudd, who had so faithfully and advan?
tageously labored among tho sick, was taken
down with the disease, and there being no
medical man left fit for duty, was nursed
solely by themselves, his only remaining
companions, O'Laughliu having previously
died. During its prevalence, there were
thirty-seven deaths in that limited commu?
nity, two of whom were prisoners, and the
balance officers and soldiers.
Th?y speak highly of the late Maj. Stone,
who commanded at the time. His wife
having died of the epidemic, of which he
had recovered, bc carried his little child
over to Key West, with the intention of
sending it to his relatives iu the North, and
shortly after reaching thorn ho was taken
with a relapse aud died. Their treatment
depended rruoh on the disposition of tho
commander of the post, but after the season
of yellow fever they fared much better than
previously. They received a telegram on
tho 9th of March, informing them of their
pardon, and Spengler says it appeared to
him that from that time uutil the 2lst,
when Arnold's father reached there with tho
pardons, he gained in flesh every hour. Ar?
nold was employed as clerk ut headquarters
and Spangler as a carpenter, nnd both at
times were compelled to work very hard.
After their release, they left the Tortugas in
a Government sailing vessel, and went over
to Key West, whe^ they remained several
days, awaiting tho arrival of the Cuba, and
were treated in the kindest manner by thc
On tho terrible ordeal of their trial, under
the circumstances by which they wore sur?
rounded, it is not to be supposed ?they
would delight to dwell. Spangler says that
from the tortures he eudured, he was mostly
unconscious of the proceedings in tho case,
and often knew nothing of what was going
on around him. When the padded hood was
placed upon his head in prison, covering
over his eyes and tightened about his neck
and ohest, with manacles already on both
bands and feet, he wus told it was by order
of Secretary Stanton, the subordinate thus
excusing himself for his action. After ar?
riving at the fort, and up to the time of bis
release, Spangler avers that the sense of his
entire innocence only made his chains more
galling, whilst at the same time it often
kept him from utter despair.
A COINCIDES OK.-lu New York, 1 beard of
au extraordinary conincidence which con?
nects itself with Captain Maffitt.
A gentleman on his way, with his wife,
from New York to some port in the Southern
seas-I forget the name-was expressing to
a friend his fervent hope that no "Confede?
rate pirate" would catch sight of them.
"Well," said his friend, "God help you
if Sommes gets his clutches on you. But
I'll tell you what I oan do. I know Mafiitt,
and if yon like I can give you a note of in?
troduction to him. If you should fall foul
of the Florida, it may sorvosomo purpose."
He wroto out a noto more iu fun than
earnest, and the gentleman, with a laugh,
took it, put it in his pocket book, and
thought no more about it. It was on the
tenth or eleventh day of the voyage that a
suspicious looking craft hove iu sight, gave
chase, and brought thoir ship too with a.shot
across her bow. It turned out to bo the
Florida 1 A boat came off, soized the ship,
sot her on fire, and took oil all on board.
When the gontleman found himself with his
fellow-captives on tho deck of the Florida,
bc got out his note and presented it to Cap?
tain Mafiitt. Tue Captain road it, langhed,
shook the gentleman's hand, paid him many
kind attentions, and gave up his own cabin
to him and his wife till an opportunity
should occur of putting thom ashore.
It is said that a shipwrecked Yankee was
lately rescued from one of tho Marquesas
Islands, whoso first question on being dis?
covered was: "How did the Mexican war
finally come out?" Ho was a soldier who
left General Scott's army before tho cam?
A negro in Macon, Ga., reeeutly shot and
killed another because the latter would not
go to church. Other negroes in the neigh?
borhood are in pursuit of the murderer, for
the purpose of giving him a foretaste of
the next world by roasting him alive in this.
Annual Reporta of the City- Clerk, Chief
of Police and Clerk of the Market.
J. 8. MCMAHON, Cil y Clerk, in Account with the City
Council of Columbia, from April i, 1968, to
April 1. To cash balance. ?1,837.57
March L TAXES FOB 1868.
Amount from Tax on Real B?tate. $18,491 00
Hales of Merchandise. 559 25
Factorage and Profession?. 272 00
Halos on Consignment. 128 58
Carriage*. 60 00
Buggies. 182 00
Wagons. 464 00
Horses. 268 00
Carriages for hire. 75 00
Buggies for hire. 40 00
Omnibuses. 105 00
Capitation Tax. 263 00
Street Exemption?. 945 00
Dogs. 188 00
Waier Bents. 4,127 00
Balee of Horses. 92 00
Flotel Boooipts. 45 00
Telegraph Companies . 17 60
Transient Dealers. 37 00
Barber Shop*. 20 00
TAXI'S rou 1869.
Amount from Tax on Beal Estate. ?5,880 00
Hales of Merchandize. 4,400 00
Factorage and Professions. 185 00
Carriages. 20 00
Buggies. 54 00 I
Wagons. 185 90
Horses. 174 00 I
Carriages for lure. 00 00
Baggies for hire. 32 00 j
.Street Exemptions. 162 00
Omnibuses. . 50 00
Doge. . 130 00
Water Bents. 1,603 00
Streets Enclosed. 10 00
Salen of Horses. 51 0'J
To City Treasury, Amount from MayorB -
Stark, Bald win and McKenzie, City
bills. ?0,480 00
Poor Fund, T. H. Wade, Tax Collec?
tor.!. 1,129 77
Market Department, S. L. De<Veaux,
Clerk Market. 2,313 55
Guard House Department, L. J.
Radcliffe, Chief Police. 631 r,0
Viro Department, salo of Vigilant
Fire Engine. 100 00
Water Works Dopartment, sundry
persons. 28 00
Street Department, sundry nersons, 118 50
Insurance Premiums, sundry per?
sons . 681 ll
Auction Sales, sundry persona.... 12125
Exhibitions, sundry persons. 897 50
Spirituous Liquor Licensos, sundry
persons. 5,730 63
Malt Liquor Licenses, sundry per?
sons ..". 43 75
Cock Pit Licenses, sundry persons. 100 00
Billiard Table Licenses, siiudrv per?
sons . 291 50
Bowling Saloon Licenses, sundry
persons. 50 00
.Tunk Shop Licenses, sundry persons 50 00
Peddler?* Licenses, snndry persons. 77 50
Fines, suudry persons. 36 50
Pair O rounds. James Fraser, for
rent. 183 32
March 31. By Water Work? Department,
Amount paid suudry persons. $3,250 37
Street Department. 0,809 48
Police Dopartment. 6,359 96
Quard House Department. 8G5 62
Alms H ?ii HI: Department. 2,848 6G
Market Departmont. 329 05
Fire Department . 31 00
City Hospital. 748 41
Printing Account. 360 33
Sydney Park. 142 02
Lunatic Asylum, John Waties, Trea?
surer . 408 36
Licenses refunded, sundry persons. 75 00
Interest Account, sundry persona. . 19,425 40
City Scales, sundry persons. 10 00
City Clerk'sOfl'ice, snndry persons.. 20 25
Council Chamber, snndrv persons.. 18 50
City Malo School, W. H. Vvigg. 500 00
Mayoralty, Mayors Stark, Baldwin
and McKenzie. 1,058 42
City Clerk, J. S. McMahon. 1,200 00
City Attorney, Messrs. Arthur, Mel?
ton and Hhett. 42", 00
City Physician. Drs. Sylvester and
Treze'vant. 824 94
Market Clerk, H. L. Dc Veaux.. 498 36
Superintendent Water Works, W. K.
Evans. KOO 00
Street Overseer, James Fraser. -00 00
City Treasury, old issue city bills
destroyed. 089 90
Titv Treasury, new issue citv bills
(bustroyed .'.. 4,403 00
Contingent Account -Ani't
paid Hopson A Sutpheu
for dog collars. ll 28
G. O. Newton, for drav
badges..'. 7 20
Hook and Ladder Company,
appropriation. . 250 OD
D. B. Millar, for recording
titles. I 0?
P. F. Frazee, costs in case
P. W. Green cs. city of
Columbia. 35 94
Expenses of mnniripd elec?
tion . 2116.".
Funeral expenses of Messrs.
Sanier and Carrington. ... 115 Ol)
F. W. McMaster, costs in
case Wm. Glazers, city of
Columbia._ 31 ?7 699 31
March 31. Bv .-ash balance. 2,838 ll
Ex J mined sud found uorrect.
lt. L. BRYAN.
L. J. RADOLirrK, Chief of Police, in Account with
thc Pity Council of Columbia, from April I, 18C8,
to March 31, 18G9*.
M'ch AAp'l. Tu Amount received for lines. ?70 05
May. Amount received for lines. 19 10
.lunn. Amount received for lines. 5 00
July. Amount roceived for fines. 192 00
August. Amount received for fines. 135 00
September. Amount recoivod for fines. 40 00
Octet"r. Amount received for fines. 33 00
November. Amount received for fines. 23 00
December. Amount received for fines. 105 35
January. Amount received for fines 95 00
February. Amumit received for fines. 47 50
M'oh&Ap'l. Dy Cash puid sundry expense-. ?15 25
May. Cash paid sundry exponses. 0 00
June. Cash paid sundry expenses. ? 00
July. Cash paid sundry exponses. 23 05
August. Cash paid sundry expenses. 13 ?o
Septomber. Cash paid sundry cxponsos. ll TO
October. Cash paid sundry expenses. 9 90
Novo?'-* _r. Cash paid sundry expenses. 12 76
Dr-'??mber. Cash oaid sundry expenses. 6 00
MW.'? ~ .... .... . .. ......
January. Cash paid sun tl ry oxpenaea. 30 95
February. Cash paid sundry sxpenste. 16 00
Amount paid J. B. McMa?
hon, City Clerk.631 50
8. L. DEVF.AUX, Clerk of th* Market, in Account
utuh the City Council of Columbia, fronx April
1, 1868, lo March 31, I860.
To Amount received for rent, of stalls.. $1,744 00
Amount reoeired for rent ot stands.. 114 00
Amount reoeired for licenses. 473 45
By Amount paid sundry expenses. $17 90
Amount paid J. 8. McMahon, City
Clerk. 2,313 55
Died, of Typhoid Ferer, April 9,1869, MICHAEL,
youngest son of Mr?. Ann O'Brion, aged 14 year?,
6 months and 15 days.
The friends and acquaintances of tho family,
are requested to attend his funeral ncr vicos at the
Catholic Church, at 10 o'clock THI? MORNING.
18 now open for tho season-ICE CREAMS,
WATER ICES. SHERBET, LEMONADE,
CAKES ANO CONFECTIONERY. __ApioJ10G_
Croquet Sets and Walking Dolls.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT or TOY8, and in
endless varioty, at MCKENZIE'S
Wholoaale and Retail Confectionery Establish?
ment, GrnnnfmhV? Row, Main street.
April 10_ _ 6
FRESH to hand: TRUFFLES, MUSHROOMS,
Capers, Stuffed Olives, Anchovy Paste, Wor?
cestershire Sauce, Walnut Catsup, and a full as?
sortment of English and American PICKLES,
Sauces, Canned Vegetables, Fruits, Queen Olives,
Genuine Bordeaux OLIVE OIL, for ?ale by
April 10_GEO. SYMMERS.
Wines and Liquors.
LATELY RECEIVED, a foll assortment of
Choice WINES AND LIQUORS, guaranteed as
to quality, purity and strength.
Champagne Cider and Fine Table Claret, on
draught, low. RHINE WINES. 8AUTERNE, and
ohoicu brands of CHAMPAGNE, always pn hand
and for salo by_GEO. 8YMMEB8.
South. Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE,
Arr.IL 9, J SCO.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH instant, tho
following Schedule for FA83ENGER TRAINS,
will bu observed:
DAY PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at. 7.4S a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at. 6.10 p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at.<. 5.50p.m.
Arriving at Columbia at. A45 ?. m.
Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Arriviug in Columbia at.-11.00 a. m.
Leaving Columbia at.2.20 p. m.
Thu Train now running between Columbia and
Kingville, iu connection with the Through Mail
Tram, will bu taken off on Sunday, April ll.
H. T. PEAKE,
April 10 Qe/ieral Superintendent.
Ornc? CHARLOTTE ANO S. C RAILROAD CO.,
COLOMBIA. 8. C., April 8, 1869.
TUE ANNUAL MEETING of tao Stockholders
of thia Company will be hold in this city, on
WEDNESDAY, the 21st instant.
The ur-mal privileges, as respects free passes,
will be accorded to Stockholders and their fami?
lies. C. H. MAN80N,
Anril 910 _ _ Becrotary.
Furniture and Undertaking.
THE undersigned having a fine HEARSE, with
a supply ol COFFINS always on hand, and
the very beat of material, will at - end promptly to
all calls in the undortaking line, and ls confident
that ho will give satisfaction. Ue<
has, also, a largo assortment of]
FURNITURE, which will be sold at?
reasonable rate?. JEROME FAGAN,
Main street, second door from Washington.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
HAVING ESTABLISHED myself a few
door? below the Phonix Office, in'Bawls'
^Music Store, I will keep constantly on hand
a g?on stock of WATCHES. 0L0CK8. JEWELRY
AND SPECTACLES, and respectfully solicit a
(.hare o r public patronage. REPAIRING, of all
kind-1, done reasouablv and at short notico.
March 14 lino BUHNS.
OU. W. H. TUTT'S
SARSAPARILLA ANO QUEEN'S DELIOHT,
Improved Hair Dyo, For eale by
Feb 27 ly BJ Bj JACKSON.
The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING made arrangements with Wm. Gl o zo
A Co., for the manufacture and oxcluaive Bale
of this justly celebrated PLOW, we are prepared
to ofTer thom to tho oountry ou good terms. Good
toola will always bo found a good investment.
Feb 28 FI8HER, LOWR&NQR A FISHER.
PURE Extract of CALVES FEET, for making a
nutritioiiD jetl.>,i?ud for improving Soups and
Pure Extract of Vanilla, Lomon and Pino Apple,
Pearl Barley, Tapioca, Sago, Arrow-root, Choco?
late, Broma, Cocoa.
Coxo's Hparkliug Gelatine, for making Jelly,
Blanc Mange, Creams. For ti ls by
Jan 10 + FISHER A HEINlXriH. Druggists.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE,
Orders for purchase of Merchandize.
Shipments of Cotton, and GENERAL COM
MISSION BUSINESS, solicited by
MARK E. COOPER, Main street.
Bott references given. March 24 8mo
THORBURN'? REEDS-full assortment. These
soeda have boen for nearly a century before
tho public, and require commendation from no
one. For walo by _ GEO. 8YMMERR.
?AM now prepared to supply Oak and Pino
WOOD to any one, on short notice and at rea
eonable teruiH. Apply at C. HAMRERO'S,
April 1 Imo? _Near Charlotte Depot.
CITY COUPONS, reoelvable for City T-xes, for
salo by GREGG, PALMER & CO.