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I^OHPONDKBRY, April 28.- Serious riots
occurred hers yesterday botween Catholics
arid OraDgeinen. " Dunng the collisions be?
tween the two factions, the police charged
upon both. Fire-arms were: fnebr Used.
So-v "al of the rioters were .wounded and
two were killed. . Tho riot. M?nmed at one
time fearful proportions, bnt the efforts^of
the police and tho appearance of tbe mili?
tary from the garrison finally succeeded in
restoring quiet, o nd tho city in now tranquil.
The military will remain on duty for a day
PABIS, May 1.-A protocol for a confer?
ence1 D?ttf?en' France and Belgiern is signed.
MAD?UD, May 1.-In the Cortes, an
amendment, abolishing tho prerogatives o?
thsfOrownVin ecclesiastical matters, Was re?
jected).'. " J
Limitatiqite of spiritual jurisdiction in
church was aiscassed to adjournment.
LONDON, May 1.-Sumner's speech creates
immense excitement in political Circles here.
At a-Cabinet meeting, the subject was in
far rosily .discussed, B right declared thc
embarrassment which its publication pro
d?ced serVefl'Eng'and very properly, but b?
agreed not to consent tb entertain terms o
settlement foreshadowed by Sumner.
Lord Clarendon expressed . belief tba
actual negotiations on the subject in pro
gress between the two countries were of i
far ??ga. ex treme character than npeeches o
American Senators or articles in the press
The present administration was eager for i
lusting continuance of friendly relation
with the .United States.
Gh^djatp.ne.>pr9.fes8Qd ,tQ. have.. good assu r
anees from reliable quarters that .tho rcccu
rejection, of the Alabama treaty, by th
American Senate, was purely a politic?
anov?m'?ht. . The. present adrainistratio;
will endeavor to settle the Alabama questio
on liberal and honorable terms.
The outside tone of the Eoglish people i
anti-American, and more so iu oonseqnenc
of having read only a part of the publici
tion of Sumner's argument.
The Loudon Star asserts that Sumner
demands are new and startling, and must t
regarded merely as enormous, and if thc
only shadow instructions given Motley, thi
gentleman will stand in a very different p<
si tion from that occupied by Jobnsoi
Motley's rejeotion as American Minister 1
St. James was threatened in case his ii
struoiions nearly coincided with the expre
sions of Sumner. Such demands aro utte
ly untenable, and Her Majesty's Ministe
must be careful in entertaining them.
The London Times breathes forth tl
spirit of war in defence of the Treasur
claiming that Sumner's money estimate
damages is 'portentous and enormous, a
ding that although his address is worthy
attentive consid?ration, no contrition
hnmihation should either be expressed
endured by England, for if votes were to
taken I he- case would be prejudiced agait
her, aud any project of an equitable sett
ment would be defeated.
The Siandoo'd, a Tory organ, exhibits
spiriii of defiance towards the Americ
?ieople, and will resist to the last any capi
ation by England. This position is co
bated by the Liverpool Post, which ss
that England cannot afford a quarrel, hu
or small, with America.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 3.-The recall
Baron, Stoeckel.tbe American minister,
\ WASHINGTON, May 2.-Motley leaves
the' 19th. Hts instructions are very bri
He is to go to Eogland and await ovet
Grant was in no hurry .about tho matt
but Sumner strongly urged Motley's ea
presence nt St. James.
The New.York Sunday papers all cout
special reports of Lee's.visit to Grant. Tl
state that when General Lee was
nouned, Grant dismissed a number of vi
ors, including Congressmen, telling tl
he bad an engagement with Lee, and ni
be excused. Then followed an interviev
a half hour's duration, which was st ri
private, between the two. This is the 1
meeting since they parted April 8, 18G5
WASHINGTON, May 3.-Boutwell has iss
twelve stringent rules-among them pn
biting visiting, drinking and sin oking dui
E. B. W.ushburne sailed for Franco
Saturday. H. T. Blow, of St. Louis,
been regularly commissioned minister
Chase will bold court successively
Biebmond, 'Haleigh and Charleston.
Consul-General Plumb sails for Hai
on Thursday. His instructions include
tion agniust precipitating a quarrel with
P. K. Perry has been appointed snpen
for North and South Carolina, vice Beni
S. C. Conklin for Mississippi, Louisiana
Arkansas, rice Creesy.
MONTGOMERY, Me y 1.-The member
tho Illinois r.css Association, who bav
some days been the guests of the city,
per steamer foi Selma, Ala., at 10 A
They were much pleased with the visit
received much courtesy and attention. '
go from Selma to Columbus, Miss,
thence to their homes.
The late rains aro proving very i
trous, many of the streamsare out of
banks, and much cotton aol corn bas
drowned. Farmers are mtrjh depress
consequence. The rain stillcontinues
BOSTON, May 3.-Joseph Hunnew
leading mechanic, died to day,aged sev
RICHMOND, May 3.-Chief tustico (
arrived this afternoon and oponed the U
States Circuit Court, assisted by Judgi
derwood. Judge Chase briefly d?arge
grand jury-which was composed?otir
whites. The iron-clad oath being ? ny.
with, mfiuy old citizens appeared ii
jury box for the first time since the close of
the war. . .
MHMI-HIS, May 3.-It is reported that a
fight was progressing last night at Browna
ville, Tenn. Two negroes und oue white
killed *dj.4ast accounts.
CHARLESTON, May 3.-Sailed-Schooner
Yankee Blade, New York. . .
[j 7?nAn-Ou? ?KP COHMEHCUL,
NEW YORK, May 8-Noon.-Flour 10(3>
15c. better. Wheat-spring 102c. better.
Pork dull-mest email@example.com. Lard dull
steam 17.1?@18. Cotton quiet, at 28??.
Rosin firm-strained 2.60@2.G5. Freights
dull. Stocks strong and active. Money
steady, at 7. Sterling 9^. Gold 35%.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady, at 28^; sales
3,COO bales. Flour a little more active, at
noon's advance. Wheat active-spring 3@
4c. better; white Canada 1.09. Corn 2@3a.
better-new mixed Western 88)-a- Pork
firm-new firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard a shade
firmer-kettle 18^@18^. Whiskey more
active. Rico more active-Carolina 8.75@
9.00. Sugar and coffee firm. Molasses
quiet. Southern securities steady. Money
active, at 7. Sterling dull, nt 9t? Gold,
after great excitement and activity, closed at
35 JB'. Stocks steady.
BALTIMORE, May 3.-Cotton steady, nt
28@28'4. Flour dull-superfine ?.50.
Wheat steady. Corn scarce-white 83;
yellow 86. Oats 77. Provisions uoohauged.
Whiskey firm, at 93.
CINCINNATI, May 3.-Whiskey 90. Pork
held' at 31.00. Bacon firmer-shoulders
13; clear sides 17; sugar-cured hams in de?
mand, at 18>4@19. Lard held at 18.
NEW ORLEANS, May 3.-Cotton in fair de?
mand and stiffer, at 28V4'(??;2SJ? ; sales , of
245 bales; receipts since Saturday 2,009.
Gold 36?4'. White corn 75. Oats 71. Pork
32.50. Bacon-prime 13?4 (n).17!^. Lard
tierce 18?.<?19. Molasses" dull. Whis?
key-Western rectified 87 }X. Coffee firm.
MOBILE, May 3.-Sales of cutton to-day
30 bales-middling 26?,;.
AUGUSTA, May 3.-Cotton market quiet
and firm-middling 26Jvi; receipts 21.
SAVANNAH, May 3.-Cottou quiet but
steady-middling 27'.j; sales 350 bales; re?
CHARLESTON, May 3.-Cottou steady; sales
325 bales-middling 27?.,'; receipts 33G.
LONDON, May 3-3 P. M.-Consols 93}?.
Bonds flat, at SO.^.
LIVERPOOL, May 3-3 P. M.-Cotton
opened quiet, but at this honr is dull aud
unchanged-uplands 11JS; Orleans 12^.
LIVERPOOL, May 3-Evening.-Cotton
easier-uplands 11%; Orleans
Some of the Republican papers say the
Democrats complain because Grunt appoints
negroes to office. Oh, no! The Republi?
cans aro the plaintiffs in this case-men
who blame Graut for taking them at their
word, "a negro is bettor than a white mao.1'
And somo soldiers complain-but they have
been- paid 'their thirteen dollars a month
long since!-New York Democrat.
General Howard purposes to continue the
educational work at the South which was
commenced while he was at the head of the
Freedmen's Bureau. It is stated that re?
cent reports from State Superintendents
under the Bureau show a desire for a con?
tinuance of this work at all points, except
in Texas. For tho pnrpose of continning
the work, General Howard purposes to
raise funds in the North.
THE REASON WHY.-A reason given,
among others, for ' Grunt's appointment of
negro Belcher and other darkies to respon?
sible office at the South is, that ho is carry?
ing out his philosophy that the best way to
get rid of an obnoxious law is to enforce it.
Tho best way to get rid of the obnoxious
niggers is to appoint them to office. This
may bo true, but it cpst like tho mischief.
[Augusta (Ga.) Press.
A despatch from Washington says: "Se?
nator Sprague docs not intend to tuko any
notice whatever of the irate Captain God?
dard. He considers this bellicose individual
utterly beneath his attention, and says that
he will not be diverted from the prosecution
of his plans by any such petty annoyances."
Seventy-five colored paupers have been
buried iu Georgetown, at the expense of the
County, since the middle of February.
Nearly all the deaths are reported to have
been caused by starvation, but tho Times
says that there was plenty of employment
for all who were willing to work.
A young man named Gill, whoso father
resides in Barnwell, made a raid ou the old
gentleman's strong box, and carried off
several hundred dollars. He was pursued
and overhauled by a brother, the money
recovered and the thief was furnished with
820, aud freo admission to go-where ho
A NICE PARTY.-The Legislatures of New
York nud Pennsylvania are largely Republi?
can in both branches. The radical press of
New York and Philadelphia compliment
them on their labors, ns beiug the most
corrupt, venal, dishonest, disreputable and
entirely infamous crew that ever disgraced
a felon's prison.
Southern securities in New York, on Mon?
day, were firm und bnoyaut. Georgia G's,
81^82; do. 7's, 95??@96; do. interest paya?
ble in Georgia, 98@95; North Carolina, ex
coupon. 61^@6lf<?; do. new, 54>?@55;
South Caroliua G's, 74@75; do. now, 71(a)72;
regular stock 65(u)G7.
. Tho rolling stock of the Laurens Railroad
consisting of three locomotives, passenger
couches, und box cars, were sold at Laurens
Court House, by tho Sheriff*, on salo dav
last, for $8,800 cash. Gov. R. K. Scott tho
Colonel Johu R. Edie, Assistant Com?
missioner of the Freedmen's Bureau in this
State, has been ordered to join bis regimeut
Grant's initiais indicate tho course to be
P*rsued when applying to him for office.
U. S. ~ _..rj Seu<l Greenbacks."
Chicago, it is stated, contemplates cutting
a canal, 1,000 feat wide and 80 feet deep,
from Lake Michigan to the Illinois River.
Chicago would thus virtually make herself
a sea-port, and the Falls of the Niagara
would be destroyed!
The latest style of wedding cards in Kew
York ie to have the names of the bride and
groom, groomsmen, bridesmaids and ushers
all on one card.
Joseph Mazzini, it is rumored, has been
requested by the Swiss Government to
leave the country, at the instance, it is pre?
sumed, of Victor Emanuel, King of Italy.
The Macon Journal says Major George
Anderson, of Laurens District, S. C., had
thirteen sons in the Confederate army.
Match him or them, who can!
The New York forgers have become so
bold that they now forge injunctions from
courts in order to interfere iu legal proceed?
The New York Herald says it thinks that
the Republican party is thoroughly demo?
ralized, and about to go to pieces.
Tho first day's sale of tickets for tho
peace jubilee at Boston has brought iu
"IN THIS SIGN I CONQUER."
THE CROWNING GLORY OF MEDI?
CINE AND THE WONDER OF
THE WAVING BANNER OF HEALTH
SPREADS TRIUMPHANT OVER
A Great and Good Medicine.
HEINITSH'S QUEENS DELIGHT.
THE NEW THEORY OF HEALTH.
fJUlE LIFE ofallFleab itt BLOOD-Thc Health
<>F all Lile is Furity of Flesh-W ithout
Tut ?ty of Blood no Flesh can
be free from Disease.
HB 1 IV I T S H'S Q,TJ K K N ' S DELIGHT,
A X A X TI DO TE TO DISEA SE.
IM G HEAT AMERICAN ALTERATIVE AND 11LOOD
For the Cure of xiii those JMseases irhich may be
traced to a vitiated condition of Ute ?Hood.
The Theory is that blood is the Lire of all
Flesh, and if impure, the Life of all Disease. Life
and Health is onl> to bo maintained by tho circu?
lation of pure arterial blood,
buch as Scrofula, Rhcumatitm, Hopatio Div
orders, Inflammations, Fevers, Liver
Complaint, Consumption, King's Evil,
Carbuncles, Boils, Itching Humor
of the Skin, Erysipelas, Skin
Diseases, Tetter, Rough?
ness of tho Skin, PM?.
Pain in tho
Syphilis and Syphilitic Sores, Indigestion, Inflam?
mation of the Bladder and Kidneys, Paiaa in tho
Back, General Debility, and for all complaints
arising from deficiency and poverty of blood.
IS THE WONDER
No medicine has attained such a world-wido re?
putation as this justly celebrated
COMP G UND.
Its extraordinary healing powers aro attested
to by thour amis, and every mail is freighted With
letters bearing testimony tQ its excellent charao
ter and worth as a medicine. Orders aro coming
in from all quarters, and all bear unmistakable
evidenco of its great popularity.
Bo sure and ask for
"HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT,"
And seo that his name is on il.
Look out aud avoid base imitations.
Wholesale Agents, FISHER A. HEINITSH,
April 18$ Columbia.
ColumlDia, JB- O
?/to&^X THB PR0PMET0BS tllko i),t,a*
sff**gj?u8t 8nro 'n announcing that this
ologautiy-furnished Establishment ia now open
for tho accommodation of guests. The table will
always bo supplied with every delicacy of the sea?
son-both from tho Now York and Charleston
markets, and no efforts will bo spared to give
perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to our
IL%.^AD?Mtfop, ? P??PaiETone.
April 27 |lmo
,^1X1 " Trade Mark Prado Mark ,
<?# ,or El?[ro. H
Sterling. Silver. Plat.-. vS&^^Co
Gorham Manufacturing Company,
PROVIDENCE. Ii. I.,
STEULINU SILVER WARE
NICKEL SILVER FLATED WARE.
Orders received from tho trndo only, but theso
goods may be obtaiued from respectable dealers
everywhere. May C
Broad River Bridge Company.
AMEETING OP STOCKHOLDERS will he
bold at Copeland A Dearden';: storo, on SA?
TURDAY N I X 1', thu 8th instant, at 10 o'clock A.
M. All mtere.iteil w:ll attend, as buuiuoss of im?
portance will be laid beforo them. Ry order of
the President aud Directors.
G. W. DEARDEN,
May 2 %i Saorotary and Treasurer.
Butter and Cheese
-J A TUBT Choice OOSHRN LOTTER,
JLU 20 Boica Prime CHEESE.
Jnst received by steamer and for sale by
April 27 J. A T. R. AONEW.
Pure Corn Whiskey.
Or. BBLfl. Pure Corn WHISKEY, for palo low
to doalors. E. & G. D- HOPE,
_ May 1 Agenta for Old North Btatw Distillery.
CITY COUPONS, receivable for City Tate.-, for
aale by_GREGG, PALMER A CO.
Aromatic Life Bitters.
ANEW SUMMER TONIO, prepared with the
Best Medioiaal Whiskey, containing tho es?
sential properties of "Centuary and Life Ever?
lasting, an Invigorant and Appetizer. Pat np
in large bottles-retail at S 1.00 per bottle.
For salo by FISHER A HEINIT8H.
April 28 t_Druggists.
Wm. M. Bookham, Administrator, cum testamento
annexo, vs. Jamen Williams, Andrew Patterson,
PURSUANT tn the ordor of the Court, tho cre?
ditors of JAMES C. BATES, deceased, are
required to present and provo thoir deni ancle
against the said estato, bcfuro IDO, on or before
tho 1st day of JUNE uoxt. D. B. MILLEU,
_March 7 ml2 C. C^P. and Reforoo.
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS.
"?^-^A THE REAL CREMONA. These
J^^(Jf\RTRINOS aro justly celebrated foi
N^S^^^)ltH!'r durability, purity and clear
A full assortment of Violincello STRINGS; i
variety of Violin BOWS; Bow-Hair, Screws, Tail
Boards. Bridges, Rosin, Ac, just recuivid, at
April 2tamo . E. POLIiARD'B.
Stato South Carolina-Eichland County.
IN THE COURT OF PRORATE.
Dy William Unison Wigg, Judge of Probate i.
WHEREAS, J!AVID GRADICK hath applied t
mo for letters of administration on th
estate of CATHERINE G li ADICK, lato of Rici
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish a
and eiupular the kindred and creditors of tho sai
decoasod. to bo and appear before mo at a Cour
of Probate for tho said Countv, to bo holden a
Columbia, on tho 12th day Of May, 1SG9, at 1
o'clock A. M., to show canse, if any, why thc sai
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and tho seal of thc Cour
this 27th day of April, A. D. 1809, and in til
ninety-third year of American independence.
WM. HUrSON WIOU, Judge of Probate.
April PO - _ Muy il
IN accordance with the proclamation of the G
vernor, dated 19th day of April, 1809, there wi
bc an election hold in this Couutv on tho FOU11T
TUESDAY in MAY, being tho 25th day thoroo
for a School Coramlstdoner and a Coroner.
By virtue of authority vested iu us, we beroi
establish the fellowing polling places in ilichlai
Garner's Ferry, Gadsden, W. B. Flowor?s: Hone
Trenbolm's Grove, Davis', Killian's, Can
Grouud, Columbia-Ward No. 1, Gilmore Hous
Ward No. 2. Old Icc House; Ward No. 3, Palinet
HOUBU; Ward No. 4, Ellington's 8tor*?.
Tho following gentlemen are hereby appointi
Managers of Election:
Fou GASSER'S FJUMIY.-John Harris, Luoi
Fon GADSDEN.-John P. Adams, John B. Goo
win, S. P. Galgo.
FnowRRs' HOUSE.-W.Whito, Philip Epstein,
Fou TBKNHOLM'S GnovE.-M. L. Green. Wils
Glover, C. J. Carroll.
Fon DAVIS'.-Allen Davis, P. P. Robert*, A
Foa CA MI' GUOUND.- -N. Dubard, Henry Smi
H. C, Marshall.
KTT/LTAT?S'.-Eli Killian, A. Feininger, H. Mimr
Fon COLUMBIA.-Ward No. 1, P. Brown, E.
Thompson. C. Knultz; Ward No. 2. F. W. Wing,
Davis, J. Barnfield: Ward No. 8, W. H. Wigg, V
liam Mishaw, J, P. Purse; Ward No. 4, D.
Clayton, Jacob Nott, James Brown.
Too above named gentlemen are requested
moot at W. T. Walters Auction Room, on tho 1
instant, at 12 o'clock M., for the purpose of qui
fying and receiving tho list of registration.
W. T. WALTER,
M. Ii. EDWARD?
Commissioners of Election Kio h laud Com
Columbia, 8. C., May 1, 18G9.
May a _ mth7 May 25
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOC
THE reputation this
/^^v collent modiciue onjoyc
> at derived from its cur
yyjk JlmioJmj ,nan>' ?' which aro tl
ff ^^g^P marvellous. Iuvetej
u /AW casts of Scrofulous dite.
r3 where the f> x's toni seci
if. Lil nh * Mafiw saturated wit h corrupt
^BHj^*T**' 4 havo been purified a
_?JL^^*Sk cured by it. Scrolulou
-jU?SMM^HR' h'CtiiiiiH arid disord
-.QMsSSSsse^^^ which wore -aggravate!
thescrnfutoua contamination until thoy were p
tully ufllictiug, havo been radically cured in ti
groat numbers in alm??t every section ot
country, that the public scarcely need to be
formed of its virtues or uses.
Scrofulous poison is ono of tho most debtruc
enemies of our race. Often, this unseen and
felt tonaut o? tho organism, undermines tue i
stitution, and invites tho attack of enfocblini
fatal diseases, without exciting a suspicion o
presence. Again, it sot-ma to breed infoc
throughout the body, and then, on some favor
ocoasiou, rapidly develop into OU? or other ol
hideous forma, eith?r on tho mi if.uv or an
tho vitals. lu the latter, tubercles may be
de.nly deposited in tho lungs or heart, or tur
formed in tho liver, or it shows its nroscnci
eruptions '>n thc akin, or foul ulcerations ons
pai t ot' thu hotly. Hunco, tho occasional uso
bo tie of this SARSAPARILLA is advisable,
when no active symptoms of disease appear,
sons nilhcted with tho fotlowingoomplaillts, r
ruliv lind immediate relief, and, nt length, i
by tin? uso of this .si /"'>.! l'A lt I LL A: St. Ai
n\/'s Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Titler, Sall Jilt
Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Eye.-, Sore J
and other eruptions or visible forms ot Scrofi
disease. Alfi?, in the moro concealed formt
Dyspepsia, Dropsy. Heart Disease, Fits, Epil
neuralgia, and tho various Utorr out atloctio
thu muscular ind nervous syottms.
Syphilis or Venereal Md Mercurial Disease
curoo hy it, though a long limo is requirer
subduing those obstinate maladies by any i
cine, hut long continued use of this med
will ours the complaint. I.euccrrhuia or 11?
Utei ?ne Ulcerations, and Female Diseases
commonly soon relieved and ultimately our?
its purifying and invigorating effect. Minut
n otions in each cane uro found in our Ahm
supplied gratis. Rheumatism and Cont,
caused by accumulations of extraneous ma
in tho blood, yield quickly toit, aa also Hoer
plaints. Torpidity, Congestion or Jnjl immati
th? Liter, aud Jaundice, when arising, as
often do, from tho rankling poisons iu tho b
This SARSAPARILLA ia a great rentoru
the strongth and vigor ?f the system. Those
are Languid and Listless. Despondent. Site,
and troubled with Eervous Apprehension
Fears, or any of tho ?ff ??tions symptom*!
Weakness, will tlnd ioiinadiate relief und con
ing evidence ol its restorative power upon tr
Dr. J. C. AY IC ll, Ai CO., Lowell, SI?
April2 Practical and Analytical Chemists.
D. 0. FEIX0TT0 A SON, AUCTION EE li?.
BY virtun of an order of aale, to me directed by
the I|on. Geo. H. Bryan, Judge of the United
States District. Court for tho District of South
Carolina, I ?illoffer for sale, at public auction, at
the Court House in Columbia, B.C., on MONDAY,
the 10th day of slay next, at 10 o'clock A. M. :
AU that Lot of LAND, with the buildings there?
on, situated ou the East Bide of Sumter street,
Columbia', fronting West on 8 nra to r * tar?e fc 75 feet,
and North on lands of John Or cou 308 feet; Baw
on lauds of Prof. -r- Bivors, and South on landa
of Dr.-Tnroipseed-being the residence now
ooonpiod by A. C. Bquior. Torms cash. Pur
chasers to pay for papers and stamps.
And immediately thereafter, at the above named
residence, the ontiro Stock in trade, consisting of
Cottage Sets, Sofas, French Bedstead,
Marblo^Top Waeh-8tand?; Trundle Bedstead,
Card Tables, High Post Bedstead.
Mahogany Chairs; Cane Seat Chairs,
Hocking Chairs, Dining Tablos, ..'
Marble-Top Bureaus, Mahogany Wardrobe,
Robes, Pine do., etc, tto. Terms cash.
To WHOM IT MAT COKOBBN_All creditors, of A.
C. Squier. Bankrupt, are hereby not il' - 4 that by
virtue of tho ordor above mentionr.: ,ro re?
quired to como and establish tte r ... if any
they have on tho said property, botoro W. J. Claw
son", Register, in Yorkvillo, on or before the 10th
day of May next, or be debarred from all tho bene?
fits of the decreo to be made in this caso.
THOMAS J. LAMOTTE, Assignee.
April 20, 27, May 4, 9. i
Merchandise fbr RSal ' Estate. ~"~
AFIRM, retiring from the'business, offors for
salea ?took of fine.Tailor's ?nd Clothier's
TRIMMINGS, tOKoth&r with a nico assortment of
Ladies' Silk and "Velvet-Dress Buttons, and would
tako in exchange for a ' portion ' of the purchase.
Real Estate in any healthy location in the South?
ern States. Property -in Or a city preferred.
This is a desirable opportunity for any wishing to
commence business or to add ft department of this
kind to a business already established. Address
Box 3.057 Post^Offloe, New York. _May 1 6
DHU GS, CH-EM~?~b'ALS, ETC .
FISHER -ft ffEIillTSII,
X> OE*. UGQISTS,
QVFEB FOR SALE A LARGE STOCK
.'-*? ft ' . : r '1 .
. 1 .'. ..'.> d .VJ s ,a . \ ?i'*ht*\>
AT LOW PttTCJSS.
SUP. CARR. SODA,
AL O O H O L ,
IIEINITSH'S QuWsN'S DELIGHT.
April 23 :;-,-", ? _t
LIFE IN SUR ANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1859.
Al.i. POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF IiOAN TAKEN-NO NOTES REQUIRED.
Last Cash Dividend Fifty Per Cent.
ST ATI" M Ii NT.
Policies In force. $25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Taid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM... .WeslfWnt.
WM. T. HOOKER.8ecr?iery.
G. A. FUD1CKAR.Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. Janies Harpor, Firm Harper A Brothers.
ex-Mayor of New York.
John J. Crano, President Bank Republic.
Wm. M. Vormilye, Banker, (Vermilyo A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cash'r Newark Banking Co.
Hon. George Opdyko, ex-Mayor of New York.
Minot C. Morgan,"Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Benjamin B. Sherman, Treasurer Kow York
Steam Sncar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A Co.
Richard H. Bowno, Wotmoro A Bowno,Lawyers.
E. V. Hanghwout, Firm E. V. Hanghwout A Co.
Wm. Wilkeos, Firm W. Wilkons A Co.
Julius H. Pratt, Merchant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Morchant.
Geo. W. Cuvier, Banker, Palmyra, New York.
Geo. T. Hope, Pros't Continental Firo Ins. Co.
Johu H. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, Corner Fifth avenuo and
Edward H. Wright, Nowark, Now Jersey.
Gcorgo W. Farlee Counsellor.
W. L. Coi/bwoll, Merchant.
Goneral Agent mr the Southern StattB.
R. W. GIBBES, Medical Examiner.
G. T. BERG,
> Agent for Columbia.
Office-Richardson street, one square below tho
Now Stato House. April 27 JG