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WASHINGTON, April 30,-Tho last spiko of
the Pacific Railroad will be driven ou Mon?
day. Th? blows of, the sledge will bo re?
corded in every telegraph offio? throughout
Db meat Ic Newe.
NF.W Y?I?K, April 80.-The steamer Bre?
men, from Bremen., ia ashore on Banner
Shoals. Six tugs are endeavoring to float
PHILADELPHIA, April 80*-Tast after tho
velocipede race, the Bose st. .et rink, capa?
ble of accommodating 8,000 skaters, was
burned, with thirty-three velocipedes. The
fire was occidental.
G AX?VESTON, April 30.-To-day, an attempt1
by armed men, to break np ?* odored Mi
thodist quarterly meeting, in Columbia,
Texas, was promptly stopped by tho citi?
zens, who protected the minister and con?
gregation. . ?
CjonrjMnos, OHIO, April 30.-The Legisla?
toren as passed a bill authorizing Cincinnati
to lend 810,000,000, to connect Cincinnati
with the Southern Railroad, centreing at
WILMINGTON, April 30.-Harry Clinton,
alias Bentley, arrested in this city sometime
ago for forgery, has been recognized ns an
old forger, by Detective John F. Ritenhonse,
and. was surrendered to the latter on a re?
quisition of the Go vero or of Rlinois on. the
Governor of this State. Bentley will be
carried to Champagne City, Illili
scene of his crime, for trial.
CHAI??ESTON, April 3u.-Arrived-brig|
Birchard and Jot-'oy, Portsmouth, N. H.
schooner Argnn Lye, New York.
KIN' .?CIAl. ANO COMMERCIAL..
NEW YOKK, April 30-Noon.-Money
steady, at 7. Sterling 9%. Gold 34>4'.
Floor-low grades 5@10c. better. Wheat
spring l@2o.. better. Corn l@2o. better.
Mess pork 31)^. Lard-steamed 18(3)18)^.
Cotton 28)?@28??. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cottou steady; sales 2,000 bales,
at 28}?@28%. Flour-superfine 5.40?
5.80; common to fair extra Southern 6.35(a)
G.85. Wheat closed dull, at noon's advance.
Lard-kettle 18}??18%. Whiskey firmer
held at OL Sugar a shade better. Freights
declining. Money easv, at 6@7. Sterling
9.^. Gold 34 J?.
NEW ORLEANS, April 30.-Cotton sales to?
day 2.400 bales; for the week 10,200; better
demaud-middlings firstname.lastname@example.org.?. Gold 34%.
Flour dull-superfine 5.50; double 5.70(a)
5.90; treblo 6.37. Corn quiet-white 75(a)
76. Pork dull, at 32. Bacou retailing ac
13>??@17>o. Sugar dull-common 10@11;
prime 13,!?. Molasses nominal-fermenting
50@55. Whiskey-Western rectified 87 ??
@95. Coffee-fair 15@15^; prime 17@
CINCINNATI, April 30.-Whiskey quiet, at
90. Mess pork 30^4. Bacon shoulders 13;
clear sides 16^8'.
MOBCLB, April 30.-Receipts of cotton
for the week 2,065; stock 38,636; sales to?
day 800 bales-low middling 26>?(2>26>?;
SAVANNAH, April 30.-Cotton firm-mid?
dlings 27%; sales 500 bales.
AUGUSTA, April 30.-Cotton market firmer
-?ales 260 bales; receipts 170 bales; mid?
dling 26>?. .
CHARLESTON, April 30.-Cotton in better
demand and steady; sales 650 bales-mid?
LONDON, April 30-Noon.-Consols 93%.
LIVERPOOL, April 30-Noon.-Cotton
firmer-uplands 11%; Orleans 12%; sales of
tho week 54,000 bales; exports 9,000; specu?
lation 6,000; stook 351,000; of which Ame?
rican is 168,000; stock afloat 487,000; where?
of American is 102,000. Yarns and fabrics
LrvERrooL, April 80-Evening.-Cotton
quiet-uplands 11%; Orleans 12%; sales
D. C. Higgins, et ux. et aL vs. John C. Doyle, el al.
PURSUANT to the order of tho Court, the cre?
ditors of EDWARD Y. li 3 Y LE, deceased, aro
required to present and provo their demands
against tho said estate, before me, on or before
tho 15th day of Hay next.
March 23 tu_D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Aromatic Life Bitters.
ANEW RUMMER TONIO, prepared with tho
Best Medicinal Whiskey, containing the es?
sential properties of "Ocntnary and Lifo Ever?
lasting, an Invigoraut and Appetizer. Put up
in largo bottles-retail at ?1 00 per bottle
For salo by FISHER A HEINITSH,
April 28 f Druggists.
Edward and Henry O. Kinsler, Executors, vs
Amolia li. Kindler et al.
PURSUANT to Om order of tho Court, the cre?
ditors of JOHN J. KINSLER, deceased, who
havo not heretofore proved their demands, aro
required to prosent and establish the same, be?
fore mo, on or before the 1st day of MAY next.
D. H. MILLER, C. C. P.
Clerk's Oflicc, Richland, March 25, 1809.
March 20 tl6
In tho District Court of tho United States for tho
District of South Carolina.
IN tho matter of H A LOOT P. OREEN, Bank?
rupt, hy whom a Petition for Adjudication o?
Bankruptcy was hied on the 20th day of Decombor,
A. D. 1808, iii Haid Court. In Bankrnptcy- This is
to givo notico that.on the 20th day ot April, A. D.
1809, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against
tho estate of Halcot P. Oreen, of Columbia, in tho
Comity of Richland and Btato of South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own
petition ; that the payment of any debts and de?
livery of any property belonging to paid Bank?
rupt, to him or for hi? uso, and tho trauefer of
any property by him, aro forbiddon hy law ; that
a meeting of tho creditors of tho ?aid Bankrupt,
to provo their dubts and to oho so (?no or moro
assignees of his estate, will bo held at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to bo holden at Newberry C. H.,
South Carolina, before C. G. Jaeger, Register on
the 8th dav of May, A. D. 1809, at 12 o'clock M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal us Messenger.
Per A. P. PiFKii,
Deputy U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
April 28 -13?
Report for Week ending Friday, April ??, 1830.
PHONIX OFFICE, COLUMBIA,' May 1, I860.-The
cotton market has been dull aad drooping daring
pas t week. Middlings ate now quoted at 23 J? 20L
Tho ?aloa for the week amount to about 50 bale?.
No nli micro in nt.hnr ?rHol?o of co?CtrV srOC?nCC.
Tho following are baying ratea of South Curo
lina Bank Notos, prepared by Oregg, Palmer & Co.,
Brokera: ; ,
Bank of Camden.75 .Exchange. 10
Bank of Chkrfestari. .67 Planter*'. 5
Bank of Cheater..; ?.. 8 Farmers andExchangeO
Bank of Georgetown. 10 State.8
Bank ot Newberry.. .70 Union.,.95
Bank South Carolina.15 So.Western ll. B,.old,50
Stato South Caro, old,4") People's..75
State South Caro.hew,8 Planters and Meehan.70
Hamburg.(f.. ? Merchants'.!.. 8
- - . r m
Whol(?nlr Price? Current.
RT THE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
A rn,ES, %ibun.l 25? 1 50 MoLASsES.Cuba,g.60?70
BAOOINO, Gunnv,25 @28 NewOrleansl 00@1 25.
DundeeWyd-?25 Sugar Houao. 75? I 25
BALE BOPS, Man?Ua,??G NAILS, y keg..fi 03<.&7 00
N.Y.orWes.'Wlb.l0?i5 ONIONS. ^bus.l25@2 00
BUTTES, Northern,.?50 OIL,Kerosene,^g85@75
Country, W lb. .35^45 Machinery.-. .75?1 00
BACON. Hams_20?23 POULTRY, Ducks, pr..
Sides, 5jV I!i.18? 20 Turk ev?.3 00
Shoulders.10 ?17 Chickens.25@30
BRICKS, WI,OOO_9? 12 Geese.
CANDLES, Sperm. .40(^70 SPECIE, Gold.. 1 34?
Adamantine, lb.21?25 Silver.1 20tfil 23
Tallow-..-., . 14?1G POTATOES, Irish.75? 1 *J5
COTTON YAnN..2 00?2 20 Sweet,bush 1 U>?1 10
COTTON. Strict Mid.?27? BICE, Carolina.lb.ll?10
J.'iddfing.. . .25$?2G East India.
low Middl'g, 25 @25J 8UOT, ?bag.. 3 25?3 50
GoodOrdiury,23J?24* SALT, Livorp'1.3 70?3 00
Ordinary.22 ? 23 SOAP, %m..7~i?tl
CHEESE, E. D. Bv..90<$28 SPIRITS, Alcohol,ga?.5 00
factory.23?26 Brandv... 4 00? 12 00
CorPSE, Kio.W H>..22?26 Holland Oin.5 00?7 00
Laguayra.27@29 American.. .2 08?3 00
Java.37?40 Jani'a Hum.G 00?7 00
FLOuu,Coun.l2 00?1300 N.E. .. .2 00@3 00
Northorn.. 8 00?14 00 Bo. Whiskey,3 50?4 50
GRAIN, Corn. .1 I.8?I 25 Monong'hula250?4 00
Wheat. 2 00?2 50 Bcctiiied_123? 175
Oats.1 00@1 10 SCOAR, Crus'd, It?.lU?20
Peas.1 10?1 20 Powdered.19?20
HAY, Nortnorn, Wcwt. Brown.12? 17
Eastern. ST.VUCU, ^lb.10? 12.*
Hints, Dry,lb ..12??18 TEA, Green, lb.I 00?2 0?
Groon.@S Black.100? 150
INDIOO. Oarobna.l?l 25 TOBACCO, Chow..50?l 25
LAUD, yn>.20325 Smoking, "^Ib.50?l 00
LUMUKU, Brds, 100 f.l 50 VINEOAR, Wino, g.70@75
Shingles, Wl.000 .2 75 I French.1 25? 1 50
LIME, $ bbl... 2 70?2 80 | WINK, Cham. g.25?32 00
MEATS, Pork, WIb... 15.J Port, ?ni. .3 00?5 00
Beof.8@12| Sherry.3 50?600
Mutton,.15 I Madeira... .fl 50?G 00
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
THE reputation this ex
y-c-^r*^ cellent modiciue enjoys, is
x "^*2>< ? derived from its cures,
pmmLmmfjM many of which are truly
v ^^^E^^ marvellous. Inveterate
/i Mm oaseBof Scrofulous disease,
^^y. ffll wbero tho system seemed
AgaV B "*^BW "aturated with corruption,
^i >6 liavo been puri?ed a n .1
^^L^ag-tiM?tr-* cured by it. Scrofulous af
-jj??^?? Ws' fectious and disorders,
-^BITI?SH?"BB^^ which were aggravated by
the aorof nions contamination until they were pain?
fully afflteting, have been radically cured in such
groat: numbera in almost every section of tho
country, that the public scarcely need to be in?
formed of its virtues or uses.
Scrofulous poison is one of tho most dostructivo
enemies of our race. Often, thia unseen and un?
felt tenant of the organism, undermines the con?
stitution, and invites the attack of enfeebling or
fatal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of its
presence. Again, it seems to breed infection
throughout the body, and then, on some favor iblo
occasion, rapidly develop into ono or other cf its
hideous forms, either on the surface or among
the vitals. In the latter, tubercles may bo sud?
denly deposited in the lungs or heart, or tumors
formed in tho liver, or it shows its presence by
eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations on some
Eart of the body. Hence, tho occasional uso of a
ottleof this SABSAPABILLA is advisable, even
when no active symptoms of disease appear. Per?
sons afflicted with tho following complain ts, gene?
rally find immediate relief, and, at length, cure,
by the use of thia SARSAPARILLA: St. Antho?
ny's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Eyes, Sore Ears.
and other eruptions or visiblo forms of Scrofulous
disease. Also, in the moro concealed forms, as
Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Hearl Disease, Fits, Epilepsy,
Neuralgia, and tho various Ulcerous affections of
the muscular and nervous systems.
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases aro
cured by it, though a loDg time is required for
subduing these obstinate maladies by any modi
cine. But long continued use of this medicine
will oar? the complaint. Leueorrhata or Whiten,
Uterine Ulcerations, and Female Diseases, aro
commonly soon relieved and ultimately cured by
its purifying and invigorating effuct. Minuto di?
rections in each caso aro found in our Almanac,
suppliod gratis. Rheumatism and Gout, when
caused by accumulations of extraneous matters
in the blood, yield quickly toit, as also Liver Com?
plaints, Torpidity, Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Liver, and Jaundice, whoa arising, as they
often do, from tho rankling poisons in tho blood.
This SARSAPARILLA is a groat restorer for
the strongth and vigor of tho Bystoni. Those who
are Languid and Listless, Despondent, Sleepless,
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or
Fears, or any of tho affections symptomatic of
Weakness, will find immediate relief and convinc?
ing evidence of its restorative power upon trial.
Dr. J. C. A Y KU, & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Aprils Practical and Analytical Chemists. f5mo
Southern Mutual Life Insuranco Company vs.
W. J. Hoko, Amanee of J. G. Oibbes, Mary A.
Dougherty, Edward D. Dougherty, et. at.-Bill
TT appearing that Mary A. Dougherty and Ed
)L ward D. Dougherty, two of the Defendant? in
tho above stated case, are absent from tho State,
on motion of F. W. MoMaster, Complainants' So?
licitor: Ordered, That tho said Defend mts do
plead, answer or demur to thc abovn bill, within
FORTY DAYS from tho publication o? UI?H notico,
or a decree pro cotrfesso bo entered against them.
D. U. MILLER, ii. C. P.
CLERK'? OFFICE, Columbia, April 17, 18G9.
April 18 m
Gardening for the South,
BY Wm. N. N. White, o? Athens, Ga.
'ibo Grape Culturo a treatise on tho culti?
vation of tho nativo grape. By Fuller.
Phin's Grape Culture and Wine-making.
Saunders' Practical Treatise on Farm yard
Breaking a Bu'.teiUy. By Author of Guy Liv?
Maroouor's Island. By Author of Young Ma
Friendships of Women. By Alger.
Anecdotes of American Clergy.
And many other now books and novels, at
DUFFIE BL CHAPMAN'S Book?toro,
April 29 Under Columbia Hotel.
Act? Passed by the State Legislature.
An Ad to incorporate the South Carolina Im?
provement and TY us t Company.
SECTION 1. Beit enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of South
Carolina, now -mei um? sitt\Hg in General As?
sembly, and by the authority of the same,
That Henry J. Fox, Wm. F. Martin, J. G.
Miller, B. F. Whittomore B. J. Donaldson,
O. L. Jerralds, W. J. Clapp, H. Best, John
McCulla, F. A. Babcock, D. Thomas, Wm.
Harris and M. S. Gill, and their associates,
are hereby created a body politio and cor?
porate, by the name and style of the Sonth
Carolina Improvement and Trust Company,
for tho purpose of scouring and employing
foreign and domostio capital in the purchase
of lands, mills, mill sites, water powers,
valuable franchises and other property, and
iu the erection of mills and factories, and in
supplying and operating the same, and also
in stocking and working plantations and
disposing of tho same: Provided, however,
That the said corporation shall bo organized
and go into operation within one year after
the passage of this Aot.
SEC. 2. That the said corporation shall
have power to purchase, acquire, hold, usc
aud dispose of real estate in any of thc
several Counties in this State, but not in
any other State, except the same shall be
required to secure the payment of elatrnf
held by said corporation, to erect mills and
factories in this State, and to stock, furnisl
and operato the same, and to dispose of
gcucraliy, tho articles so made and manu
factured, and to stock, and work, and opo
rato farms and plantations within this State
aud to dispose of, generally, the products o
thc same. Said corporation shall havi
power, also, to borrow, money by issuing
interest-bearing bonds equal in amount t<
its paid in capital, as hereinafter provided
and to mortgage its corporate franchise ant
property to secure the payment of the same
to adopt by-laws, and elect officers, au<
employ agents und labor in pursuance of th
SEC. 3. Tho capital stock of said corpora
tion shall bo five hundred thousand dollars
divided into shares of one hundred dollar
each. Tho Directors of said corporatio:
may, at any time, with the consent, in wril
ing, of the stockholder holding a majorit
of the stock, increase such capital. Th
shares shall be deemed personal property
and may be transferred in such manner o
shall be prescribed by the by-laws of th
corporation. The Directors of the corport
tion heroby created may issue full pei
stock for the purpose of purchasing prc
per ty, both r?-al and personal, and afso fe
the employment of labor and services, pr<
fessional and otherwise, necessary for tl
purpose of the corporation, to the amoui
of the value thereof, and the stock so issue
shall not bo liable to any further asses
mellis; neither shall the holders thereof I
liable for any other payments on such stoc
under the provisions of this Act; bat in s
statements and reports of tho corporatic
hereby cleated, suo.h stook shall not t
stated or reported us being cash paid in
the corporation-, bul shall be stated and r
ported according to the fact.
SEC. 4. The mortgages mentioned herei
and the bonds to be issued to secure tl
payment of the same, hereinbefore ai
hereinafter mentioned, shall be subject
the following conditions: Said mortgag
shall be, in their order, liens on the corp
rate franchises and property of said corp
tion. . The bonds shall be made payable
twenty yoars from their date, bearing inl
rest at the rute of seven per cent., pay?t
annually, and tho Directors may confer .
any holder of nny such bond the right
convert the principal duo and owing the:
on into stock of said corporation, at a
time not exceeding ten years from the de
of the same, under such regulations as t
Directors may see fit to adopt. Such bon
shall be issued only when it 3hall appear,
tho written oaths of the Presidont and S
retary of said corporation, that its une
cumbered real estate, cash assets and otl
property amounts in vaine to tho snm
twenty thonsand dollars, and then only
that amount, except that similar amounts
bonds may bo issued whenever the propo
and assets aro shown in the same manner
have increased in value to an additio
amount of twenty thousand dollars, and
on with every subsequent increase to t
amount, until tho several amounts si
embrace the maximum limit of tho capitt
SEC. 5. Tho first niuo persons named
the first Section of this Act shall constit
the first Board of Directors of tho corpc
tion hereby created, and shall hold tl
places as such until tho first day kof Ap
1870, aud until others shall be electee
their stead, and a majority of them may
any meetiug of their Board at any t
hereafter, designate three or more of tl
number to open books, after twenty di
previous publio notice in any paper re
lally published in this State, receive s
sen plions to the capital stock of tho coi
rution hereby creuted, at such place
places, aud under such regulations, and
per coutago to bo paid, in all respects, as
Board of Directors may prescribe. 1
number of Directors, after tho first elect
shall not bo less than seven or more t
twenty-one, to bo fixed upon by the
laws. Au election of Directors shall <
place ou tho first Monday in April, in
year 1870, and annually thereafter on
day, at au hour and placo to bo design:
in tho by-law8! uud tho persons then ele
by a major, ty of shares voted upon by
stockholder^ in person or by proxy, I
constitute tho Directors for the ensi
j'car, and until others s'if?l! be cleote
their places. And in case it shall bappc
tiny time that an election of Directors s
not bo made on tho day herein d?signa
it shall be lawful to hold such eleotio
some day thereafter, on full and reason
uotico to the stockholders. All vacai
which shiill occur in tho Board of Dire<
shall bo tilled by appointment by a may
of tho remaining members of thc Boan
tho balance of the term; A majority of
said Board shall form and constitute a
SEO. C. The officers of the corporation
hereby created shall consist of a President,
Vioe-Presidejot,^ Treasurer.^ and Secretary,
who shall be .elected by the, board of Di?
rectors from their number, atul sooh com?
mittees may be appointed, and such snbor-1
dinate officers, agents and employees, as]
the Board may deem proper and necessary.
SEC. 7. The term of said corporation is.
hereby. limited to fifty (50) years. Said
corporation shall have power to adopt and
ase a corporpate seal, to sue and be sued, to
?dead and be impleaded, and also to estab
ish its principal office in tho city of New
York, and such branch offices in different
sections of the State, and in foreign conn
tries, as the company may require.
SEC. 8. Should it be deemed for the inte?
rest of this company, or for the improve?
ment cf its real estate, cr for the marketing
of its products, to havo road improvements,
then it is hereby granted to them the privi?
lege of constructing roads, either plank or
macadamized, with the privilege of con?
necting with any other road in tho State.
SEC. 9. This corporation shall ODjoy all
the privileges that are awarded under tho
general laws of tho State to any corporation,
together with tho special privileges ac?
corded by this charter.
Approved March 23, 18G9.
An Ad to provide fur the payment of the fees
of Sheriffs for dieting persons confined in
SECTION 1. He il enacted by the Senate and i
House of Representatives of the State of South
Carolina, now met and sitting in General As?
sembly, and by the authority of the same. That
tho Comptroller-General be, aud he is here?
by, directed to audit tho accounts of She?
riffs for dieting and removing prisoners
np to the first day of July, eighteen hundred
and sixty-nine, and draw his warrant upon
the State Treasurer for tho payment of tho
same, in accordance with the provisions of
tho Act of tho General Assembly, ratified
on the the nineteenth day of December,
eighteen huudred and sixty-six; and the
Treasurer shall pay said warrant out of any
funds in the Treasury appropriated for that |
purpose, or not otherwise specially appro?
SEC. 2. The Comproller-General shall
debit tho amount of tho said accounts thus !
paid to tho soveral Counties, and on or after
the first day of July, eighteen hundred and
sixty-nine, shall draw his warrant upon the ]
County Commissioners of tho respective
Counties for the amount of said accounts
thus paid; and when presented with the
proper vouchers, tho said County Commis?
sioners shall pay to the Comptroller-Gene
rul the amount of said warrant, which the
Comptroller-General shall at once pay over
to tho Treasurer, and credit the County j
with said amount upon his books.
Approved December 21, 1808.
Mules and Horses.
Mtw JUST ARRIVED from Kentuckv, a fine
rM lot of MULES SD HORSES, which 1 offer
^?H .Tr. fm- sale, at Je-, lier's Stablos. Call and see
thom. H. W. ROGERS.
J^pnl 24 _
Wm. M. Beckham, Administrator, cum testamento
annexa, vs. James Williams, Andrew Patterson,
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Court, thc cre?
ditors of JAMES C. BATES, deceased, aro
required to present and provo their demands
against thc said cst ate, before me, on or before
tho 1st day of JUNE next. D. B. MILLER,
March7jnl2_ C. C. P. and Refcrce.
Columbia, JS. O.
THE PROPRIETORS take plea?
sure in announcing that this
elegantly-furnished Establishment is now open
for tho accommodation of guest3. Tho table will
always bo supplied with every delicacy of the sea?
son-both from tho Now York and Charleston
markets, and no efforts will ho spared to givo
perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to onr
WM. GORMAN, pBftPnrpTomi
H. H. BADEN HOP, J 1 ?????????
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
.^yE ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST AND
best selected stock of tho above goods ever
brought to this city, bought low for cash, and
frill bc sold at a small advance.
In CLOTHING, wo have everything from planta?
tion wear to Ino French Cassimore all equally
In HATS, all thc new Spring styles, Alpine, Ve?
locipede, General Prim, and new style Silk Hat?.
Country dealers wonld do well to examine our
stock before going further.
E. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
In re S. H. Myers A Co., Bankrupts. - In Bank?
T>URSUANT to a d?cr?tai order to me directed
XT ~j his Huuur George 5. Bryan, Judge of th?
District Court of the United States for tho Dis?
trict of South Carolina, dated 24th November,
1869, 1 will sell, beforo tho Court House, in Colum?
bia, on tho SECOND DAY o? MAY next, for cash:
All the nnco lice tod NOTES AND ACCOUNTS,
lately due to tho above named Bankrupts, now in
my hands as Assignee. A. H. MONTEITH,
April 22 t Assignee.
A FINE OPENING.
$5.00 for a First Class $15.00 Dress!
WE have about 23 Satin Sriped Silk and Barnie
DBESS PATTERNS, of peculiar beauty and
richness, which aro really worth much moro than
wc oder them for; and gentlemen visiting the city
cannot invest $5 in anything more valuable to take
home. Call and see ?.hem.
April 29 B. C. SHIVER.
Fire and Life Insurance.
H. R. NICHOLS ?i CO., AGESTS,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
REPRESENT OLD COMPANIES, with aggre
gato accumulated Capitals, January 1, 18G9,
of $22,379,174 00.
_April3TJ_BE INSURED._ 3mo
WE OPEN, THIS MORNIVG, several Invoices
of NEW DBESS GOODS, with Fringes,
Gimps and Buttons to match.
A full line of Printed Lawns, Cambrics, Jaco?
nets and Organdies.
A full line of Sheeting.
A full line of Long Cloths.
A full Imo of Calicoes.
A full line of White Goods.
A full line of Kid Gloves.
A full line of Lisio Thread Gloves.
A full line of Hosisry.
A full line of Irish Linens.
A full line of Casai meres for Gentleman's Suits.
A full line of Linen Coating, Drills and Ducks.
Making our stock quite aa foll and complete as
it was two weeks ago.
Wo solicit a caU from our friends and all visitors
to our citv, with the assurance that our stock and
prices will please all. J. H. A M. L. KIN ARD,
April 28 One door South of Columbia Hotel.
0. F. JACKSON
FOE CHEAP DEY GOODS.
Call on C. F. JACKSON for
Choice DEY GOODS.
Call on C. F. Jackson for
Best Bargains in DEY GOODS.
Call on C. F. Jackson
Liberal Dealings in Dry Goods.
CHARLOTTE AND S. C. RAIL
^ 7 ROAD BONDS,
$5,000 Columbia and Augusta Railroad Bonds.
$10,000 " " .? " Stock,
$20,000 South Carolina " "
$1,000 City of Wilmington Bonds,
$5,000 " " Memphis "
$6,000 New State Bonds,
$3,000 City of Columbia Coupons.
For sale by_GREGG, PALMER & CO.
^-^mumm^ A Largo and Complote Assort?
>^*yqt5t\j5mont of very Choice Silk, Grass,
Flax and Cotton LINES.
Every Variety of tho Superfino Limerick and
Kirby HOOKS, Limerick Hooks on OimnandGut,
Cork Floats, Trout Spinners, Dip Nets, Fly
Spoons, Fishing Bods, Multiplying Reels, just re?
ceived, at E. FQLLARD'S.
April 1__ taimo*
CITY MACHINE WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE subscriber is prepared to manufacturo
fe TEAM ENGINES, Portable and Stationary,
of from 4 to 2> horso power. MILLS and MILL
GEABING furnished at tho lowest pricu and
shortest notice. All work guaranteed.
April 1 Gmo* RICHARD TOZER.