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Foreign ti ?WS.,
M AD HIP, April -A gr^, popular de?
monstration in favor of a republican form of
government, bas taken place here. It is ru?
mored that Generals Prim and Serrano aro
FXQRBNOS, April 26.-Arms belopgiog to
the Mai'.ziuian oopspiracy, have been seized
in thin city.
MADRID, April 26-.-Tho conscription au?
thorized by Low bas been completed with?
out serious disturbance.
CHARLESTON, April 26.-Arrived-steamer
J. W. Everman, Philadelphia; schooner
Mary Stow, New York. .
A?GUBTA, GA., April 26.-Basiness gene?
rally suspedneu this afternoon, in honor of
the .decoration of the Confederate grirVes.
NEW YOBX, April 26.-Despatches from
all parts of the country report the brilliant
celebration of the semi-centennial of the
Odd Fellows' order.
MOBILE, April 26.-The steamer St.
Kimo, belonging to the Mobile and Mont?
gomery. Hail road, on the way to tho city,
this morning, exploded her boilers. Mr.
Clay, the steward, was blown overboard,
and drowned ; six other officers were serious?
ly bumed and bruised, but no passengers
BOSTON, April 26.-A petition is circu?
lating, requesting tho President to appoiut
Fred. Douglass Minister to Brazil.
WASHINGTON, April 26.-Senators Shor
man, Pool and Sumner have succeeded in
engineering a reconciliation between Abbott
and Sprague. Spraguo writes to Abbott
that he wrote tho paragraph which gave
Abbott offence boforo Abbott spoke; where?
upon Abbott writes to Spraguo: "My allu?
sion to yon in the Senate was founded on a
misconception. I ask you to consider it
The President has recognized Charles M.
Hagan, Turkish Consul at Philadelphia.
Tho steamer Uselda was snagged in the
Missonri Biver, thirty miles above St.
Croix, and while sinking exploded. Fifty
of her passengers are missing.
Andrew Johnson's sou, Robert, is dead.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YonK, April 26-Noon.-Middling
cotton 28)?@28%ci. Gold 133.? .?. Money
easy, at 7 per cent. Sterling 108)<>. North
Carolina 6's GI,1 ^; new, do., 55^. Virginia
6's, ex-coupons, 58new, do., 62; Ten?
nessee, do., 68}?; new, 68. Louisiana G's, old,
74. Levee bonds 733t. Flour and wheat
dall. Corn scarcely so firm. Pork $31.75.
Lard dull. Turpentine 48j.i(")49. Rosin
firm-strained common 82.55. Freights
7 P. M.-Governments closed advancing.
Southern securities firm. Money quiet and
essy, at G@7, with exceptions at 5; prime
paper 7@10. Sterling 8%@8^. Gold 33,10
(a!33%. Stocks dosed firm, after much
activity. Cotton unchanged; sales 2,000
bales. Flour and wheat quiet and un?
changed. Corn closed lc. lower. Pork
firmer, at 31^(^315^. Lard heavy-kettlo
18%@19)B. Whiskey 92@93. Rice firmer
-Carolina 9. Sugar unsettled and droop?
ing. Coffeo firm. Molasses quiet. Freights
dull-cotton sail %; steam 3-16.
BALTIMORE, April 26.-Cotton dull, at 28.
Floor doll-medium and high grades de?
clined ^c. Wheat lower-prime valley red
email@example.com. Corn dull-white SJ; yellow
83@85. Pork quiet, at 32.00. Bacon firm.
Lard 19>?. Whiskoy 92.
CTNCTNNATI, April 26.-Whiskey quiet, at
90. Mess pork firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon un?
changed. Lard heavy, at 18(7?il8j?'.
CHARLESTON, April 26.-Cotton "dull and
nominal; sales 200 bales-middlings 27j?;
SAVANNAH, April 26.-Cotton dull and
irregular-middling 27(V/>27.1.1 ; sales 500
AUGUSTA, April 26.-Cotton market dall;
sales 105 bales-middling 2GC?)26^.
NEW ORLEANS, April 26.-Cotton quiet
middlings 28?28.V?; sales 2,000 bales; re?
ceipts since] Saturday 3,786 bales. Gold
31^". Flour depressed-superfine 5.?4';
double 6; treble Q>%. Corn firm-white 77;
yellow 80. Pork asking 32'.s. Bacon firm,
at 13J..<@171?. Sugar drooping-common
9@11>??; prime 13'... Molasses-fermenting
MOBILE, April 26.-Cotton sales 400
bales-low middlings 2GJ4; prices dull and
LONDON, Aprii 20-Noon.-Consols 93 J ?.
LIVERPOOL, April 26-Noon.-Cotton dull
-middling uplands 12d.; Orleans 12'.,d.; es?
timated sales of the day 8,0J'J bales. Flour
LIVERPOOL, April 26-2 P. M.-Cotton
dull-uplands ll%@l2d.; Orleans 12,,?("
I - '.i d. Lard dull and unchanged.
HAVRE, April 26.-Cotton opens dull-on
the spot 144^ centimes; afloat 142??.
LIVERPOOL, April 26-Evening.-Cotton
closed dull-uplands J2; Orleans 12%; sales
AN ELECTION for Throo Selectmen, ono Town
Clerk, one Surveyor and one Constable for
Columbia Townahip, will bo hold at Januoy'a
Hall, THIS DAY, between tho hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. JAS. C. JANNEY,
Chairman Board Electors, Columbia Township.
April 27_ _1
Boote and Shoes.
JUST RECEIVED an Elegant
Assortment of Spring and Sum?
mer GOODS, consisting in part
of: Gout's Calf Skin Congress
3AITEK8, Oxford TIES, High
JSAO.uoitAbs and BOOTEES, Best New York and
Philadelphia Work, Ladies' Congress Lasting Fine
High-Button GAITEUS, BOOTEES AND SLIP?
PERS, Women's and Children's SHOES, in groat
Yarictios. All in want are invited to call and ex?
amine. Will bo sold low for cash and CASH ONLY.
G. THOMPSON SHELTON,
Bank Building, opposite Old Court House.
WE publiai? bc or tho benefit of visit?
ors and straugeis, a partial list of goods to
bo found with us. Wo claim to bo n LIVE
DRY GOODS HOUSE, fully up to the mar?
ket, keeping posted on every line of goods
wo kcci), and buying from headquarters
alone-alive to the interests of our patrons
and our sales. Wo also claim to bo a com?
peting house-always ready to meet any fair
price, and abundantly as able to sell the
goods ns cheap, and often cheaper, than this
section affords. We most positively war?
rant every article we sell certainly ns cheap,
often cheaper, than elsewhere.
Tho goods aro enumerated ns they come
to mind, regardless of departments, viz:
YARNS-Saluda and Buena Vista Facto?
Augusta, Batcsville, Atlantic V's, Tremont
E's, Suffolk E's, Massachusetts C A I,
Statesvillo aa, Pepperill N. Sc G. A O, In?
dian Orchard W, and other popular brands,
light and heavy Browns.
OSNABURGS-Sautee 7 oz., Montour 8
oz., Striped Osnabnrg, Southern Striped,
Texas Stripe.?, Tennessee Stripes and Geor?
gia Stripes, Awning Duck, Awning Stripes,
and other heavy Checks and Stripes.
BROWN DRILLINGS-Pepperill Light,
Pepperill Heavy, Massachusetts, Arctic, Au?
gusta, with other brands.
BLEACHED GOODS-New York Mills.
Wamsutta, Manville, Masonville, Bates'
Mills; Tuscarora, James' Steam Mills, Great
Falls, Hallows, Trenton, Commonwealth,
Boot R. B., Androscoggin, Imperial Z,
Prize Medal, White Rock, Blackstone, Ly?
man's Extra Fine Cambric, Bartlet l-l, Boot
L, Boot E, Boot C, Constitutional A, Great
Falls, Leopard and Stag Mattcpan C, Cochi
tuate, No. 8, Araoskcag Z, New Market C,
New Market W, Holsteiu, Rockville 3-4,
Rockville 7-8, Globe, Mount Vernon, Canoe.
PILLOW CASINGS, 12 and 4? inches, in
the following brands: Boot W, Waltham,
Nashua, Bates, Auchoscoggiu, Pepperill,
G-4, 7-4, 8-4, ?J-4 BLEACHED SHIRT?
INGS, in Pepperill, Auchoscoggiu, Lowell,
Cochituato, Utica and Monaduock.
10-4, 11-4, 12-4 SHEETINGS- Bleached
Lowell, Pepperill, Auchoacoggin, Monad
nock and Utica.
42. 4G and 48 UNBLEACHED SHEET?
INGS-Nashua and Indian Head.
7-4,8-4,9-4.10-4 UNBLEACHED SHEET?
INGS, in Pepperill, Monadnock, Allendule,
AudroscoRgin, Lancaster and Lowell.
PRINTS-Hamilton A, Hair Cord Stripes,
Checks and Shirtings, Sprajruo's Fancy
Shirtings and Purples, Pacific, Dunnell,
Gurner Sc Co., Manchester, American, Lan?
caster, Allen's, Amoskeag, Montville, Nas?
sau, Victory, Columbian, Bedford, Adriatic,
Wamsutta, Mallory, Laconia, Anchor, War?
ren, Montgomery, Albion, American Star,
Franconia, Loudon A Simpson's Mourning
Cambrics, Ac. ; Paper Cambrics, in nil
colors and brands; Silecias, in all colors aud
PLAID JEANS-Bates, Laconia and Pep?
perill, Satteon Twill, Audroscoggin, Naum
keag and Stark Mills.
Hartford, Glasgow, Lancaster, Lancashire
PLAID HOMESPUNS and STRIPES
Maryland, Coosa River, Picaninny, Wam?
sutta, American, Eagle, Lanuck.
BED TICKS-Pittsfield, Ocean, Somer?
set, Brunswick, Swift River, Omega, Har?
vest, Housewifo, Amoskeag D, Amoskeag C,
Amoskeag B, Amoskeag A, Amoskeag A C
A, Cordes' Mills AA A, Cordes' Mills A C E,
Minnehaha, 32 and 3G incnes.
CARPETS-Bright Tapestry Brussels,
Crossley's Royal Patent Tapestry Brussels,
new designs and very recent importations;
3-ply English Kidderminster, Superfine In?
grains; Super Ingrains, in small med. und
largo patterns, suitable for oliioes, laundrys.
bed, dining, sitting and drawing rooms; Cot?
ton, Chair, Wool, Dutch, Venetian and
Hemp Carpetings; 5-4 English Felt Drug-1
guting; 5-8 and 3-4 English Super Stair Car- '
peting; English and American Floor Oil
Cloths, 4-4, 5-4 and G-4; a beautiful assort?
ment of Window Shades, with Judd's Patent
Lever Fixtures; India Mattings, White and
Checked; Cocoa Fibre Mattings; Tapestry
Hearth Rugs; Velvet Hearth Rugs, new nnd
novel design ; Axminster Hearth Rugs; Heald
Door Mats; Velvet Door Mats; Cashmere
Wool Mats, for bod-rooms; White Cocoa
Mats, in Sinnet, Brush and Bordered, square
DENIMS-Brown Columbia, Bluo Paw?
nee, Farmer's and Mechanic's, Boston Corn
pan", Prize Medal, Otis Company E & B B.
STRIPED SHIRTINGS-Pittsfield, En
ado, Haymakers, Hornet, Proof and Conti?
APRON CHECKS-oiur Miiis, Caledo?
nian and Launel; Mills.
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TRUNKS, ?co.- 24, 28, 82, 86 Packing
Tr?n??, Wet?fl; 24\ 28, 32, 86 Packing
Trunks, banded; 24,28, 32 Packing Tranks,
with trays, io several qualities; 2?,30.32,
'?i, 86 ?n. Saratoga Trunks, in four different
yrrades, from the lowest-priced serviceable
Trunk to the most elaborate finished Patent
Locked Iron-clad Monitor, that is proof
against the rongh usage of railroad and
steamboat officials; Men's Sole Leather
Trunks, 30 and 32 inches, in No. 1 and 2
qualities. Valises-Sole Leather, Bridlo
Loather and Paper Railroad Bags, in all
sizes; Cloth Bags and Real Carpet Bags,
Carpet Satchels, School Bags, Haversacks,
Shoulder Straps, Blanket Straps, .Vc.
White aud Ribbed Cotton Hose; Plaiu Cot?
ton Hose; German, Balduggan, Lisle Laco,
L?MIO Thread, English, in all grades, in full
fashioned long tops; extra largo sizes, 5,3<j
and 6}? iQ- t?P5 Ladies' Brown Cotton, Eng
glish and German; Ladies' Brown Cotton,
Clocked;Ladies' Brown Cotton, Balbuggau;
Ladies' Black Spun, Silk; Ladies' Black Iu
grain, Silk; Ladies' White China, Silk; La
dios' White China, Clocked; Misses'Ribbed
Cotton Hose, Misses' Plain Cotton Hose, in
English and German makes; Misses' Lisle
Laco and Cotton Lace; Men's Half Hose,
Brown and Bleached Cotton, in English,
German and American brands, and sizef
from 8-2 in. to ll in.; Men's Fancy Cottoli
Hose; Boys' Bleached and Brown Cottoc
Half Hose, in English, German and Ameri
can makes. Together with tho most com
pletc stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Un?
der-shirts and Drawers ever offered in this
GLOVES. -Meu's White Berlin, Meu'?
Colored Berlin, Men's White Lisle Berlin
Men's Colored Lisle Berlin; Mon's Coloree
Silk Berlin, Men's White Silk Berlin;Men'i
Colored Calf Berlin; Men's Norway Berlin.
Men's Castor Berlin; Men's White nm
Colored Kids, superior quality; Men's Bucl
Gauntlets; Ladies' White Cotton Gloves
Ladies' Colored Berlin Gloves, Ladies
Colored Lisle Gloves, Ladies' White nm
Colored Silk Gloves; Ladies' Black Sill
Gloves, Ladies' Black Lisle Gloves, Ladies
White Lisle Gauntlets, Ladies' Colorei
Lisle Gauntlets, Ladies' Doeskin Gauntlet"
Ladies' Calf Skin Gauntlets, Ladies' Whit
and Colored Kid Gloves, superior quality
Misses' Colored Berliu Gloves, Misset
Colored Lisle Berlin Gloves, Misses' Fane
Silk Gloves, Misses'White Berlin Gauntlet.1
Misses' White Lisle Gauntlets; Misse!
CLOTH DEPARTMENT.--Black French Clotl
Black English Cloth. Black English Caasimon
Black French Doeskin, black Drab d'Et?. Dar
Cassimcres, Light Cassireores, double-width Cai
si meres, for suits; French Shepherd Plaids, tv
suits; English Shepherd Plaid?, for nuit."; Ligl
Satinets, Black Cashntercttcs, Dark Cashincrettoi
Light Cashtnerottes; Colored Flanuela, for snit;
Jeans, for suits; Cheek Limns, for suits; Chen
Linens, for Miits; Check Marseilles, Plaid an
I ChcckCottonados, Brown Lineo Drill. Brown Line
Dock, White Linen Duck, White Linen Costin)
Spanish Linen, Graes Linon, Blay Linen, Frene
Canvas, English Canvas, Silesia?, Marseilles Ve
Button?, Farmers' Satins.
WHITE GOODS.-Swiss Muslin. Plain; Swii
Muslin, figured and ?Striped; 71 French Suis
Nainsook, Plain, Striped and PIM; Victoria ai
Bishop Lawn; India Mull, beautiful artiule; So
finish Cambric, Jaconet, Checked Cambric, Ul
dress Jaconet, Organdies, White and Colore
Tucked Spencer Muslin, Corded and Kmb'd Skit
ing, Hair Cord Muslin, Percales, Cambric Lonj
cloth?, White Pegue Cloth.
MOURNING GOODS.-Black Bombazine, Bia.
Alpaca, all grades; Black Crepe Moretz, Bia.
Challis, Black Barege, Black Farmartone, Bia.
Silk Grenadine, Black All-wool Delaines, Bia
French Merino, Black English Merino.
DRESS GOODS.-Mushus, Sprague'a and Pad
American; English Lawns and Jaconets; Fren.
Jaconets, Lawns and Organdies; Jaoonet Musi
Robes, handsome stylos; English Cambrics, Bim
and largo patterns; French Percales and Cai
bries, Solid Col'd French Lawn. SolidCol'd Fren
Percales Oriental Mozambique^ English ai
French Lenos; a splendid lot of Premium Fren
Stripod 1.eiion, from 13J to Mt yards each drcBS
a bargain-at f7, worth ?12 G2J; Silk Striped, pu
Mohair, handsome Striped Silk Poplins, Frene
Japanese Poplin, in Silk and L?HIO, puro Whi
ground Silk Grenadine, small, neal ligures, su
ablo for evening dresses; Silk Poplins, Black Sill
Colored Silks, Satin Striped Mohairs, Muni K
hair*, Black and White Crepo Moretzs, Foula
Silk, Satins, all colors; Cam brays, all colors; Lil
Poplins, Wash Poplins, White Alpacas, Plain a
Colored Lenos, Sat in Striped Lenos.
dies' Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Ladies' He
med Stitch, Ladies' Corded, Bordered, Heinnn
Corded Bordered, Ladies' Tape Border? d, Ladi
Mourning Hemmed Stitched, Ladies' Plain E
broidered. Hanging in price from t?| to $0.25.
Stitched, Plain, Hemmed and Colored Borders.
DRESS TRIMMINGS.-A full lino of Gimps a
Fringes, all colors and widths.
SHIRT FRONTS.- Machino made and Fren
COMBS.-French Horn, English Horn, Buff
and India Rubber.
HAIR BRUSHES.-A full line of Engli
French and American Brushes.
PERFUMERIES.- This part of our stock is cc
plete, like all others, consisting iu part of the I
jj Labia's Extracts for tho Handkerchief?, Boq
of Eden for tho Handkerchiefs, Barnet's Florin
for tho Handkerchiefs, Lovo Among tho Roses,
the Handkerchiefs, Bur net's Celebrated Colog
for tho Handkerchiefs, Barnett's Coeoaino for
Hair, Barnet's Kalistron for the Hair, Cordraj
French Pomade and Muir Oils.
SOAPS.--Honey, Glycerins and Poneine,
mond, Palm, Oil and Castile.
BRAIDS. -Mohair, Alpaca and Silk, all whit
Worsted, Silk and Cotton Braids, Rick Rack i
THREADS.-We keep all of tho best makes
sewing material, Silk Machine Twist, all cole
a now articlo of Linen Thread, on spools, for
machino or hand, the best p'ticlo made -try
Knitting Cotton, French working Cotton.
PINS.-English and American.
BUTTONS. - Pearl, Agate, Jet, Ivory, Gu
Percha, Laco, Linon, Glass and numerous styh
HAIR PINS.- -English and American, Steel I
RIBBONS.-All widths and colors.
Calicoes in great variety, Spragnes, Manet
ter?, Pacifies, Siinsone, Dunnels, Oriontals, Ai
rican Stars and many other grados and brands
Furniture Prints, Paris Fancy Prints, S.
Morning and Evening Robos.
GINGHAMS.- Glasgow Ginghams, nartf
and other brands.
English Paper Cambric, Balmoral Ski:
Wigans, Slato and White Satin Joans, SI
Linon, Brown, White and Black Holland, Curl
Damask, Honey Comb Spreads, Allendale Snrci
German Quilts.. Colored Table Damask, Prir
Table Covers, Embroidered Piano Oovors.
1 fifi HALES of choioo and sweet North Caro
?VfVf linn HAY, carefully gathered from tho
meadows. This article is equal to the best East
ern Har, and cattle sud stock will thrive upon it.
For sale low by D. O. PEIXOTTO & BON,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
April 27 _^
Oolnmtoia, JS. C.
THE PROPRIETORS take plea
sure in announcing thal thia
oleganily-fuTuiahod Establishment is now open
for the accommodation of guosts. Thc table will
alway? be supplied with every delicacy or tho sea?
son-both from tho New York and Charleston
markots, and no efforts will bo spared to give
perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to our
WM. GORMAN, ( "___
H. H. BADENHOP, \ P*OPBIBTOBS.
April 27 _*lnio._
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1859.
ALI. POLICIES NOS-FOUPEIT.\IU>E.
HALF LOAN TAKEN-NO NOTES REQUIRED.
Last Cash Dividend Fifty Per Cent.
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
WM. T. HOOKER.Secretary.
L. MeADAM .Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAU.Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dis, New York.
Hon. Jamos Harper, Firm Harper Sc Brothers,
ex-Mayor of New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank Republic.
Wm. M. Vermilye, Banker, (Ver m i lye A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cash'r Newark Banking Co.
Hon. George Opdyko, ex-Mayor of Now York.
Minot C. Morgan. Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Benjamin B. Sherman, Treasurer New York
Sioani Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A. Co.
Richard H. bowne, Wetmore St Bowne, La wyora.
E. V. Hanghwont, Firm E. V. naughwout ? Co.
Wm. Wilkens, Firm W. Willama A Co.
Julius II. Pratt, Merchant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuvier, Banker, Palmyra, New York.
Geo. T. Hope, Pres't Continental Firo Ins. Co.
John H. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton ll. Peckham, Corner Fifth avenue and
Edward ll. Wright, Nowarlt, New Jersey.
George W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
General Agent for the Southern States.
R. W. GIBBES, Medical Examiner.
G. T. BERG,
Agent for Columbia.
Ofhco-Richardson etreet, one square below the
New State House. April 27 |6
Slr. G. T. DERG baa received thc appointment
aa Agent for the "Guardian Mutual Life Insurance
Company,-' of New rork, and is now prepared to
receive applications for Lifo Insurances in tho
above well-established Company. Ho refeis, in
compliance with the law, bj the Statement of the
condition of tho "Guardian Mutual Life Insurance
Company. From this statement, it will bo Been
thai the dividends paid by the Company nro 50
(FIFTY) per cont.
Statement of the Condition of the Guar?
dian Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK, December 31, 18J8, made tn
the Honorablo Comptroller-General of tho
State ot' South Carolina:
1. Capital Stock of Haid Compauy, $ 125,000 00
" paid np.'.. _ l25_.oi)0_oo
2. Assets of naiil Company:
Cash on hand and in Bank. S 74,710 80
United States Stocks:
5 pr. ct. of*7?, $56,000-$63,810
5-20'a. 69,750- 70,071 25
HMO's . 10,000- 16.980 00 156,891 2")
Virginia State Bonds, 6's, $30,000 13.512 50
New York Co. Bonds, 2,400 2,400 00
Call Loans on U. States Stocks
and other proper collaterals.. 21,719 24
Loans on Policies. Tl?t?.lll S3
Personal Property and accrued
Interest. 53.319 07
Deferred Preupums and Premi?
ums iu course of transmission 397,537 02
Total Assets December 31, 1808... $1,436,271 31
3. Liabilities of said Company:
Losses adjusted and not due.... ? 0,400 00
resisted. lo.ooj 00
All other claims-none.
Total Liabilities. i 19,100 00
1. Income for the year:
Amount ot' Premiums received ? 962,492 20
" Interest " 61,111 '23
Total Income. $1,023,603 43
5. Expenditures for tho year:
Amount paid for Loasos. % (174,331.40
" Dividends and Return
rreminma. 23,050 28
Ain't all other Expenditures.... '212,452 ll
Total Expenditures. $ 439,833 79
Number of Policies in forco, 8,753
Groatost amount in any ono risk.. $ 10,000 00
Charter and Power of Attorney heretofore li loci.
VT ATE OF NEW YORK, I
COU.NTV or NKW YOUR. J
WALTON H. PECKKAM, Provident, and WM. T.
FIOOKEH, Secretary, of the "Guardian Mutual Lifo
Insurauco Company," being dulv sworn, depose
ind say, that tho foregoing is a full, truo and cor
.eet statement of the affairs of the said Company,
>n tho day named, to tho host of their knowledge
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
W. T. nooKF.u, Secretary.
Subscribed in my presonco and sworn to be?
fore mo, this second day of April, A. D. 1869,
j. s. an witness my hand and official seal.
Commissioner for South Carolina in New York.
April 27 l*
Sia?foh /dr ?tote.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON THURSDAY,29th instant, at 10 A. M. :
A Blooded STALLION, of fino pedigree, 10 year?
old: well broken to harness, and can show ?a fine
colts aa woTo ever raised ju this section. April 27
W. T. WALTER, Auctioneer.
WILL be sold, at public?auction, at ll o'clock, on
THURSDAY, tho 20lh day of April, 1869, at the
offico of tho Disbursing Officer, Bureau B., F.
and A. li., on Senate street, Columbia, thc fol?
lowing articles of Government property:
FOUR HORSES, 1 Cart, 1 set Cart Harness,
Horse Equipments, Forage and Offico Furniture.
Torms cash in Oovernmcnt funds.
Property to bo removed immediately after sale.
April 27 3
Desirable and Varied ?Hock of Groceries, &c.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING next, at half-past
9 o'clock, I will Hell, before my auction room,
without reserve, a choico oollection of GROCE?
RIES, Pr?serv?e, Fruits, Ac, among which aro:
Choico Bacon STRIPS,
Choico Hair-Sides C. lt.,
Tiercee Primo Hams,
Tubs and Kegs Extra Lard,
Bags Superior Rio C?ffeo,
Barrels C. Coffee Sugar,
Barrels Fine Family Flour,
BarrelB Mercer Potatoes, for eating,
No. 1 Pearl Starch,
Family Snap, Adamantine Candler,
2 Lb. Canisters Fresh Tomatoes,
Half-Boxes Superior Sardines,
2 Lb. Canisters Preserved readies,
Damsons, Cherries, Blackberries,
Boxes Oranges and Lemons;
Soda Biscuit, Sugar Cfrtt'elrers,
Wines, Cordials, lunion Ny rup, Corn Whiskey,
Wrapping Paper, of all sizes, Segars, aome very
superior, with a variety of other articles, Subdry
Furniture, etc., etc.
Unlimited Gooda will bo received np to hour of
No. 1 Blooded Brood Mare.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING next, 28th instant,
will be sold, bolero my auction room:
A very superior ANIMAL, as abovo named: 8
years old and superior pedigree; perfectly gentle
in harness or under thc saddle; sold for no fault,
but to raise thc funds.
This is a rare chanco for stock raisers,
Salo without reservo. April 2-1
' Assignee's Sale.
D. C. PEIXOTTO k SON, AUCTIONEERS.
BY virtue of an order of sale, to mo directed by
tho Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, Judge of tho United
States District Court for tho District of Soutli
Carolina, I will offer lor sale, at public auction, at
tho Court Houso in Columbia, S. C., on MONDAY,
tho 10th day of May next, at 10 o'clock A. M.:
All that Lot of LAND, with tho buildings there?
on, situated on the East Bido of Sumter street,
Columbia, fronting West on Sumter street 75 feet
and North on lauds of John Green 208 feet; East
on lands of Prof.-Rivers, and South on land)
of Dr.- Turnipseed-being tho residence nov
occupied by A. C. Squier. Terms cash. Pur
chasers to pay for papers and st amps.
And immediately thereafter, at tho abovo namoi
residence, tho cut ire Stock in trade, consisting o
Cottage Sets, Sofas, French Bedstead,
Marblo-Top Wash-Stands, Trundle Bodstoad,
Card Tables, High Post Redstead,
Mahogany Chairs, Cane Seat Chairs,
Rocking Chairs, Dining Tables,
Marble-Top Bureaus, Mahogany Wardrobe
Robes, Pine do., etc., etc. Terms cash.
To WHOM IT MAY CoNOSBM.-All creditors of A
C. Squier, Bankrupt, in- hereby notified that.h
virtue of the order above mentioned, they aro re
quired to como and establish their lien. If an
they have on tho saidproperty, boforo W. J. Clavi
son. Register, in Yorkville, on or before the 10t
day of May next, or lift debarred from all the bone
fits of tho decree to bo made in this case.
THOMAS J. L.". MOTTE, Assignee.
April 20. 27, May 4, ?_ 4
In re S. H. Myers A Co., Bankrupts.-In Bani
PURSUANT to a decretal order to mo directe
by his Honor George S. Bryan, Judge of tl
District Court of thc United States for tho Di
trict of South Carolina, datod 24th Novombe
18G9, I will sell, before tho Court Houso, in Conni
Lia, on tho SECOND DAY OF MAY next, for casi
All thc uncollected NOTES AND ACCOUNT
lately due to tho abovo named Bankrupts, now
my hands as Assignee. A. H. MONTEITH,
April 221 *+ Assignee.
SI, 10? City of Columbia Coupons.
17 LEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS City of C
li lumbia COUPONS, for sale at largo discoui:
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, 8 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
April 27_ _3*
Egypt and the Holy Land.
ANECDOTES OF TRAVEL IN EUROP
EGYPT ANO PALESTINE, in public Lectun
at tho Nickerson House, on MONDAY AND TUE
DAY EVENINGS next, 2?th ami 27th instant, a
o'clock, by WM. PINKNEY STARKE
Tickets at Book Stores. Price 50 cents.
April 25 _24
One Thonsand Dollars Reward.
WHEREAS, information has been roccivod
tho Executive Department, that ? wil
?nd unprovoked attempt to assassinate M. O'CO
SEL, ESQ., of Port Mills, York County, by o
3 LG VEE, and thc said Glover basiled from ji
''NOW, know yo, that I, ROBE IT K. SCOTT, C
vernor of tho St ato of South Carolina, in ort
hat tho assassin may be brought to condign rn
nh ment, do horeby offer a reward of ONE THC
BAND DOLLARS, for his apprehension a
Ielivory in any jail in tho State, with proof
Said Glover is about 28 or 30 years of age; sp!
uako; 5 foot 8 or 9 incites high: sallow compl
on; black hair and whiskers, which are thin, i
it tho time, woro a bluo jean frock coat. All p
OOH aro forbid aiding or harboring him, known
y, as they will bc hold responsible as accomplie
tis supposed ho has made his way into Noi
In tostimony whereof, I have herem
aot my hand and caused tho Great S
of tho Stato to bo affixed, at Columl
this twenty sixth day of April, In
[i.. s. J year of our Lord one thousand cij
hundred and sixty-nine, and in t
ninety-third year of tho Independe!
of the United States of America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Oovcrnot
F. L. CABDOZO, Secretary of State S. C.