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fixing the permanent placo for holding the
annual fairs. It was finally agreed that the
fi rat auuuai fuir should ba held in the city
of Colombia, and after that the mutter be
left with the Execrative Committeo. ,
Mr. Pope, fro m the Committee to Nonii
nate the Executive Committee of the South
Carolina Agricultural and Mechanical So?
ciety, made the following nominations,
which were ananimoualy confirmed:
Executive Committee--Hon. John Town?
send, Coll eton; Hon. W. S. Henerey,
Charleston; Edwin Mein,tosh, Society Hill;
Col, J^B* Palmer. Lexington; Col. J. P.
The'following resolution, which was of?
fered by W. K. Blake, was adopted:
Resolved, That representatives of the in?
dustrial and educational interests of South
Carolina bo earnestly requested to commu?
nicate to the appropriate permanent com?
mittees, of .this socioty whatever practical
information they may have, from time to
time, touching the development of such in?
The President onnouueed tho following
Committee on.Immigration-A. A. Gilbert,
T. P. Haskell, J. H. Furman, J. W. Baxter,
T. S. .Boinest.
Committee to visit die Sorghum Works al
Greenville-3. Q. Donaldson, L. Williams,
D. W. Aiken, B. Z. Herndon.
Committee on Fencing-James Chesnut,
J. D. Moore, John McCrea, A. M. Aiken,
W. H.,Tre6Cot, J, K. Popo.
Committee on Fertilisers-John S. Green,
Major john Davis, F. Wannamaker.
Committee on Improved Implements-John
B. Moore, W. S. Henerey, Wm. Glaze.
Committee on liest Method of Cultivating
Cotton-John P. Kinard, R+ A. McCaslan,
E. H. Dowling.
Committee on Best Method of Cultivating
Com-f>r. J. W. Parker, P. S. Plowers,
Thoa. .Long, v.i . ..
Committee on Stock Raising-R. S. Por?
cher, T. W. Holloway, R. E. Griffip.
Committee on Bee Culture-Dr. Turuipseed,
J". IL'Kin slur, Dr. McKinstry.
Committee on Fish Culture-T. W. WTood
ward.Cr. B. McCauts, H. L. Elliott.
Committee on Rice Culture-N. Heyward,
B. Sa udert;, R. Izard, A. M. Forster, J. R.
Mn Thomas was called to the chair.
Mr. Baxter offered the following, which
was unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That the thanks of tho Conven?
tion be tendered to the President, General
Johnson Hagood, for the correct, prompt
and courteous manner in which he hus dis?
charged the important duties incident to his
Colonel Thomas then, iu a few appropri?
ate remarks, tendered the thanks of the
Convention to General Hagood, who then
resumed the chair, and said:
Gentlemen of the Convention: I tender you
my sincere, thanks for the cordial courtesy
with which you have met my inexperienced
efforfa of presiding over your deliberations.
We are. now done talking. The period for
work has eome. I can only say to you that,
in the discharge of tho duties of that office
with which yon.have complimented me, I
shall exert all the energies I possess, and I
sincerely trust my efforts will meet with
On motion of Mr. DeLoach, the Conven?
tion adjourned sine die.
A Lima (Peru) letter, dated April 14,
says: The colony of Americans in the re?
public are anxiously waiting to hear the
decision of Secretary Fish in the matter of
their claims for damages received from Hai?
fa's troops during the revolution. The
yellow fever is raging fiercely in tho cities
on the Southern coast, whore an average of
forty persons die every day, although the
greater portion of the population has lied
to healthier regions, and the bodies are
thrown, without coffins or shrouds, into
? - -o
The New York Hn-ald declares three good
sized foreign questions are looming np:
the Alabama claims and British North Ame?
rica; Goba and the West Indies generally;
Mexico and Central America; and they aro
all written in tho book of manifest destiny,
and they ure all coming, though Mr. Fish
?"don't see it."
There is said to be a schism in the Union
League; the more radical and violent of tho
organization having resolved to taboo the
original free colored men, and nil who in
any wise sympathized or affiliated in the Le
.sesne movement. The party lines are to be
SHAI?II.-The pictures of Gens. Lee and
Jackson, that formerly hung in tho Charles?
ton Council Chamber, have been lemovcd
by tito new powers that be, and will bo re?
placed by pictures of Gens. Grant and
A destructive fire at Helena, Montana,
last week, burnt tho larger portion of the
business streets, many private dwellings aud
t.Me principal banks and storehouses. Loss
c?OO.OOO. A largo number of families aro
homeless and entirely destitute.
The new Marshal for South Carolina is
Major Louis Johnson, Paymaster in tho
United States service during the late war.
A jury has mulcted Gen. Dix in $10,000,
for confinement of Daniel D. Bell, of Ro?
chester, iu Fort LaFayctto, in 1864.
Lopez, tho Paraguayan President, is said
to be about to take the field against the allies
with an army of 10,000 men.
The dwelling of tho Hon. Alfred Huger,
in Charleston, was assailed by some of the
Pillsbury processionists on Monday night.
The kitchen and store-room of Dr. R. S.
Mellett, of Sumter, was destroyed by an in?
cendiary fire ou Friday.
Mr. Hugh F. Touchberry, of Clarendon,
dropped dead a few days ago.
'Tho cotton caterpillar has appoared in
COLUMBIA; S. O.
Thursday .Morning:, May 6, 1869.
Rumora of war still fly thick and fast in
Eusopa. Notwithstanding the oft-repeated
observations iro in the Ups of monarchs and
prime-ministers, that these apprehensions
are unfounded, they, who aro accustomed to
accept such utterances for what they are
worth, and draw, their own judgments, can?
not disabuse their minds of the idea that
war is not only probable but likely to burst
over Europe at any time. Of course, when
the war does come, it wUl be waged by or
between the four governments of France,
Prussia, Austria and Italy, with Russia,
probably, iucluded ae a fifth. This is well
known and understood. How they will
relatively stand in the conflict, however,
which of them will be allies and which foes,
is a matter more difficult to determine.
But tho thunderbolt of war is held back
with a feeble hand, ready to be hurled at
any moment. The hollow pretense of keep?
ing flvo millions or more of men under arms
in Europe to preserve the peace, to cali this
stale of things an armed peace, is absurd,
and can deceive no thoughtful person.
Besides, tho tone of tho European journals
is not less significant of the approaching
conflict. An influential paper of Austria
boasts of a triple alliance of France, Italy
and Austria against Prussia. If this be so,
tho Emperor Napoleon is the centre of the
coalition, beyond all doubt. What makes
it wear a garb of plausibility is thc fact that
for a long time ho has beeu holding out to
Austria and Italy inducements for a combi?
nation of the Latin and Catholic nations of I
Southern Europe, against the Hohenzollern
hegemony and its ambitious strides in
Northern aud central Europe. It is well
known that, the extraordinary success of
Prussia in her last war with Austria, her
rapid consolidation of a vast German em?
pire, aud her great military strength and
prestige, have excited tho jealousy and
hatred of France. Austria still smarts
nuder tho defeat of Koniggratz, and her
humiliation by Prussia, and would hail auy
safe opportunity to retaliate upon her con?
queror with satisfaction aud gladness.
Then again, the smaller German principali?
ties, which fringed the borders of tho Prus?
sian kingdom, and which were so neatly
gobbled up by Bismark's policy of consoli?
dation, hate him and the country he so ably
guides; and, in all probability, to satiate
revenge, they would incline towards Napo?
leon and his allies in case the ball of war
THE SOUTHERN ETJEOTKWS.-It is said that
President Grant ha?- chosen September as
tho timo for the elections in Virginia, Mis?
sissippi and Texas, "when tho crops will
have been harvested, in order to allow col?
ored men a fair chanco to voto." Wo d(
not know where he gets his information re?
garding Southern crops. In Mississippi
and Texas, at least, they will all have beor
laid by by tho 1st of July, and September |
will find the negroes in the midst of cotton
picking, and ono of the busiest seasons of
the year. These elections should be held
late in July, or by tho 1st of August at far?
thest, in which event tho time lost just pre?
vious, during and subsequent to the elec?
tions will not be severely felt.
The Washington Chronicle, of Monday,
says: "Governor R. K. Scott, of South
Carolina, has arrived in this city, and is
stopping at Willard's. Ho is en route for
Cincinnati and Louisville, where ho will
meot other gentlemen of South Carolina,
who visit those cities in the interest of tho
Blue Ridge Railroad, which is a short
link of road through the Blue Ridge
Mountains, connecting Anderson, South
Carolina, with Knoxville, Tennessee. When
completed, this road will give the shortest |
route from tho groat West to the South At?
lantic sca-coast, and will do much to de?
velop tho commercial and agricultural re?
sources of both South Carolina and sec?
tions of other adjacent States. This will
bo tho nearest and best route to the sea?
board for a very largo section of the West?
ern country, for tho produce of which
opens an outlet never obstructed by ice,
wheuco thero ia direct and short communi?
cation with ono of tho most important of
our foreign markets, either to buy or sell in,
the West Indies."
SUPREME COURT, May 5.-Martin T. Leap
hart, administrator, et al., ads. Mary Leap
hart and Polly Leophurt, was resumed
Mr. Fort for motion. Mr. Fair on samel
Moses R. Sanders et ux, vs. Robert]
Rogers, trustee, was restored to the docket
Laura E. Nance vs. R. D. Nance, J. K.
G. Nance, executors, et al., and friary W.
Nance, by next friend, vs. ?me, were heard
I together. Mr. Fair for mot.ou.
HZ? ?o o al X * ems .
A practical joke, in the shape of a notice
of the marriage of the daughter of a Spanish
Consul, appeared in the Phoenix, of the 15th
ult. The young gentleman who perpetrated
the joke requests us to say, that there was
no malicious iutention whatever in the mat?
NATIVE "WINE.-We have received from
Dr. S. W. Bookhart, of Doko, a bottle of
wine, expressed from grapes grown in his
vineyard, in that vicinity. It is delightful
to the taste-grapy in flavor, and particu?
larly strengthening to the invalid. The
planters in and around Doko claim that
their fruit productions will equal those of
Aiken; and they intend to push forward the
cultivation. Success to them, say wo.
THE AUHICULTURAIJ CONVENTION.-We
publish this morning tho official journal of
this body, as prepared by tho Secretaries,
Messrs. Gibbes and Holloway. Each day's
proceedings were published iu the Phonix
at tho timo the meetings wore held; but it
was deomed advisable by the officials, as it
was rightly considered an importnnt event,
that the official record should go before the
SENATOR SPHAGUE AND HIS SOUTHERN EN?
TERPRISES-WHY THEY LAO.-A Washing?
ton correspondent, speaking of Senator
Sprague'a business movements, says : He
informed Senator Robertson that he should
not make any improvements at present in
Columbia, S. C., whore he made large pur?
chases of water power and land from the
State, aud agreed to forfeit the purchase
money if certain improvements were not
made within a year, five mouths of which
have already gone. Ile was asked why he
did not go ahead, and replied he could not
do anything while money was 25 per cent,
per annum down there.
MAY FESTIVAL.-The youthful birds be?
longing to the Plue nix nest participated in
a May frolic, at Miss O. McGowan's, Tues?
day eveuiug last; and the pleasures there
enjoyed will, we venture to assert, be indeli?
bly stamped on their recollections. Tho
children connected with the school, us also
several invited guest*, assembled at an early
hour, and at half-past 7, everything being
in readiness, tho youthful queen, Miss M.
McGowan, was crowned by her loyul sub?
jects, amid shouts of laughter aud other,
demonstrations of joy. After soveral ad?
dresses, the porty adjourned to the supper
room, whero cakes, confectionery and nick
nacs of various kinds, were .nade to disap
pisar rapidly; then came music and a lively
time in general; and, after several hours,
very agrecab'y spent, ''Home, Sweet Home"
was unwillingly sought by tho youngsters
and, we suppose, in a few minutes the whole
scene was being re-enacted in dream-land.
Let the little ones enjoy themselves by all
MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.-At tho annual
meeting of the Columbia Memorial Associa?
tion, the following ladies were requested to
act as chairmen of the various committees
for the decoration on the 10th of May
Baptist Church-yard-Mrs. Lenphart.
Washington Street-Mrs. R. C. Beck.
Presbyterian-Mrs. G. McFie.
St. Peter's-Mrs. Lynch.
Hebrew Cemetery-Mrs. L. T. Levin.
For Elmwood Cemetery the committee
will consist of the following ladies:
Mrs. John T. Darby, Chairman; Miss
Martin, Miss Preston, Miss Ida Marshall,
Mrs. John Preston, jr., Mrs. A. L Alexan?
der, Mrs. Wm. Wallace, Miss Hampton,
Miss McKenzie, Mrs. R. O'Neale, jr., Miss
McCullough, Mrs. Wuties, Miss Levy, Miss
Adger, Mrs. W. C. Swaffield, Mrs. Jonn T.
Rhett, Miss Z. in mer mau, Mrs. Read, Mrs.
John B. Palmer, Mrs. McCormick. Miss
Mayraut, Mrs. Simonton, Mrs. McMaster,
Miss Morris, Miss Wade.
Tho ladies of tho Cemetery Committee
aro requested to meet at Gen. Preston's, this
(Thursday) afternoon, at half-past 5 o'clock.
OUR Jon OFFICE.-The Phoenix Joh Office
is now prepared to execute every manner of
printing, from visiting and business cards
to pamphlets and books. With ample ma?
terial and first-class workmen, satisfaction is
guaranteed to ad at New York prices. If
our work docs not come up to contract, we
make no charge. With this understanding,
our business men can have noexcuso to send
their job work North, when it can be dono
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special attention
is called to the following advertisements,
published for the first time this morning:
Mooting Elmwood Cemetery.
R. M. Wallace-Collector's Office.
E. H. Gardiib -Soda Water.
Geo. Symmers-Pig Hams, &c.
E. R. Sibley-Agents Wanted.
Jacob Levin-Auction Sale.
Philosophy of Marriage.
LONDON, May 5.-Tho Times, of this
morning, has another loading article on tho
Alabama treaty, recently rejected by the j
United States Senate, in which the writer
sharply oritioises the speech of Snmner.
He concludes ag follows: "The question be?
comes one of law, and not of feeling. It
remains to be shown, whether Great Britain
can be held answerable for any infraction of
law or of excess over the ordinary practice
of both countries."
WASHINGTON, May 5.-Secretary Creswell
has appointed James Sim TIS (colored) Post?
master at Savannah, Ga.
Gen. Ely, recently appointed Marshal of
the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, is
Tho War Department has advices that |
Capt. B. H. Hirkness, of the 35th infantry,
was killed while in pursuit of deserters, near |
Fort Bliss, Texas.
Secretary Boutwell hos oxtendod tho duty |
hours nt the Treasury from 9 to 4.
Tho announcement of Simms* appoint?
ment as postmaster at Savannah is probably
premature; his commission has not yet been
ordered at the appointment office.
The President seems in no hurry re?
specting any of the three unreconstructedJ
Despatches havo been received from J.
Boss Browne, confirming the diplomatic
reports that tho Chinese Government op?
poses progress, and will not willingly ratify
New patents havo been issued for ex?
tracting oil from cotton seed, and a new
Colonel Wood, Chief Detective of tho
Treasury Department, has resigned on com?
pulsion. Wood is notorious in commotion
with the old Capitol prison.
Tho Cuban Constitution for a republic has
been prepared in this city. The framers
acted on tho assumption that the Cubans
will attain their independence, and, like
Texas, desire annexation. The Constitution
provides for one or moro States in Cuba.
Leading members of Congress are partici?
pating in this movement, but as far asl
known, the Federal Executive bas taken no
interest iu tho matter, beyond tacitly au?
thorizing the sale of useless or surplus war]
material to any applicant.
Commander Hoff reports his arrival at
Havana, on tho 26th ultimo, from a short
cruise. He says ho found political matters
in Cuba exceedingly quiet. An expedition,
supposed to havo sailed from Yucatan, con?
sisting of a large steamer and several sailing I
vessels, attempted to land men and arms for
the Cubans, on the South side, in tho West-1
ern Department, near a place known ns Pi?
nar del Rio, but failed. The Spanish Ad?
miral left Havana in his flag-ship, accompa?
nied by several other vessels, in search of
CHARLESTON, May 5.-Arrived-Steamer
Champion, New York; schooner Hernandez,
CINCINNATI, May 5.-Committees from
Charleston, S. C., Kuoxville, Tenn., and
Danville, Ky., will be here this week, to
confer with committees in this city with
reference to Southern railroads.
MADISON, Indiana, May 5.-The Demo?
crats carried the municipal election, by an
average majority of 207.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 5.-Many colored
people were among those who paid their re
speots.to Gen. Lee, last night.
BICHMOND, Va., May 5.-Y. Cavanaugh,
a map dealer, committed suicide this morn?
ing, by shooting himself through ibo head
NEW YORK, May 5.-This morning's Tri?
bune bas the following: Several gentlemen,
who participated in tho recent conservative
convention in Virginia, havo arrived in
Washington, and visited the White House
to-day. Their purpose is to urge the Presi?
dent in the interest of that convention.
They also wish to get the President to fix os
early a day as possible for holding their
election. Tho President did not indicate
what notion ho would tuko in the matter,
but said be would confer with Gen. Conby,
who no doubt fully understood tho condition
of affairs in the State, and who would ad?
vise him of the time most acceptablo to a
majority of the people. The President will
not be drawn into a support of any of the
political parties in that State. He will
allow them to work out their political
future in their own way.
SUITES of ROOMS aro a favorito method of
hotel lifo. The AMERICAN HOUSE, BOSTON,
has a largo number of such, which maybe
secured by post or telegraph, by families
I HAVE A TERRIBLE Coron.-You need
not have it long; go to your Druggist and
get a bottlo of Du. TUTT'S CELEBRATED EX?
PECTORANT, it will soon euro you. It is
dangerous to neglect Coughs. This valua?
ble preparation may bo found in every vil?
lage and hamlet in South and West. Ml 6
How TO RETAIN YOUTH AND BEAUTY.-It
isa matter of no little importance now-a
dayii, among men and women, to preserve
tbs bloom and freshness of more youthful
days. Cosmetics and Parisian artifices will
never stay tho furrowing plough-share of
time. External appliances cannot rejuve?
nate the decaying spirits of man or woman,
so long as they neglect to keep the lamp of
life well supplied with pure blood. Some?
thing must bo done to quicken and vitalize
the inner mau and supply tho waste tissues
with pure blood, if yon would preservo the
ruddy glow of health and beauty of youth.
HEINITSII'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT is the great
blood purifier and a beautifier, because it
removes by its invigorating and cleansing
properties, all blemishe?, spots, pimples,
boil.!, emptions. It purifies and beautifies.
For salo by FISHER ?fe HXINITSH, Druggists.
I. liv A !V CIA I. AND CORUIERCIAJL.
NEW YOEE, May 5-Noon.-Stocks weak
and unsettled. Money sharp at 7. Sterling
9M- Gold 35,l_. Wheat dulL and 2@3o.
lower. Corn dull and drooping. Pork
steady, at 31.18>4'. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton without decided chango;
sales 2,500 bales, at 28%*. Flour less active.
Wheat heavy and declining ch icily on
spring. Corn heavy and lc. lower. Lard
quiet-kettle 18??@18%. Whiskey firm,
97(a?98. Money eased up a little. Sterling
quiet and firm, at 9}?. Gold- steady, at t
85%. Stocks weak and unsettled. Freights
BALTIMORE, May 5.-Cotton weak, at 28.
Flonr in fair demand. Wheat firm and bbl
small receipts. Corn in fair demand-white
83@85; yellow 90. Whiskey scarce, at 9a?
95. Oats dull, at 75(3)78. Bacon quiet
shoulders 14;-_. Whiskey firm, at 95.
CHARLESTON. Moy 5.-Cotton dull and'
nominal; middlings 27 V?; receipts 276; ex?
ports coastwise 552.
AUGUSTA, May 5.-Cotton market easier;
sales 520 bales; receipts 06-middling 26*?.
SAVANNAH, May 5.-Cotton quiet and do'-'
dined sales 500 boles-middling? 27; re?
MOBILE, May 5.-Low middliug cotton
2G; sales 100; receipts 208 bales; market dull
NEW ORLEANS, May 5.-Cotton easier
middling 28 Jj"; sales 1,550 bales; receipts
840. Goid 85 Flour firmer-superfine
5.50; double 5.75(0/5.80; treble0.25. Corn
white 73(3)76. Pork 32.25. Bacon shoulders
13'_@13?V; clear rib 17;? ; clear 17?.(. Sugar
unchanged and molasses nominal. Whiskey
82'.<(>?.90. Coffee firm-fair 153(; prime 17>_.
LONDON, May 5-3 P. M.-Consols 93)?.
LIVERPOOL, May 5-3 P. M.-Cotton ir?
regular-uplands ll?i; Orleans 12. Bom?
bay shipments to 1st, according to private
advices, 35,000 bales.
LIVERPOOL, May 5-Evening.-Cotton
dnll and unchanged; sales 8,000 bales.
HAVRE, May 5.-Cotton opens flat-low
middlings afloat 140; ires ordinaire export
A lot of cards and bill head paper has
just been received at the Phoenix ofL\ i.
something new and pretty. Also a lot of
"uuction cards"-which will be printed at
extraordinarily low prices.
A few copies of tho "Sack and Destruc?
tion of Columbia" can be obtained at the
Phcsnix office. Price twenty-five cents.
Auction S 1 <3 SB
Groceries, Furniture, Fancy Goods, d.c.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, weather permit?
ting, at my Auction Hoon:
BACON HAMS AND HIDES,
Sugar and Coffeo,
Candles and Soap,
Staten, and Indigo,
20 Bbl a. Potatoes,
20 Bbls. Superior Family Floor, Ac., Ac,
with sundry articles of Furniture, Ao/_ May_6_
?CUT PIIILOSOPHYT OF Jtt?imiAGE.-^?
NKW CounsE OF LEOTUKES, as delivered at the
Now York Museum of. Anaior-'.y,. embracing the
subjects: How to Live and What to Live for;
Youth, Maturity and 0}d.A???Manhood,Generally
ltoviowed; The Causo of Indigestion; Flatulence
and Nervous Djueapes aV.cpantpd xor;, .Marriage
Philosophically Oo_Bla?rid,tA?"..Th?se lectures
will ho forwarded ou receipt of four stamps, by ad?
dressing Seo'y B&Uimbro Museum of Anatomy,
7-1 West Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md.
May 0_' _ly
Pig Hams, &c.
JUST to hand, bbls. Ferris* extra eugar
ourod PIG HAMS, Pig Shoulders and Pig Ba?
con Strips. For salo by _GEO. 8YMMER8.
mHE Board of Directors of Elmwood Cemetery
JL will hold a meeting THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock,
at tho Council Chamber.
By order of the President.
Mya 6 1 H. G. QUERRY, Secretary.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
COLDMBIA, S. C., May 5, 180'J.
11HE annual list ot Internal Revenue Taxes for
18G9 has boen returned to this office for col?
lection. Payment of these taxes by parties resid?
ing in tho Counties of Richland ana Lexington, is
required to be made by the lat Juno next. After
that date, tho penalties prescribed by law will be
imposed on delinquents. B. M. WALLACE,
Deputy Collector ad Dist. South Carolina.
May G_- ?
mHE UNDERSIGNED is agent for A. J. Moree
JL A Son's justly celebrated Soda Water Appa?
ratus, consisting of marble draught stands, silver
plated draught stands, generators, fountains,
Ac, whicn will be sold at manufacturers' prices,
with freight only added. Descriptive pneo list
and catalogue sont to ?ny address. Choice Syrups
and all mai.-rials required in tho manufacturo of
Soda Water constantly on hand.
E. H. GARDNER, Charleston, S. C.
Life Insurance Agents Wanted.
T'NERGETIC business men wanted in ovory
IA. District in tho State of South Carolina, to act
as \gonts for tho Life Association of America, tho
most successful Insurance Company in the United
States. Homo office St. Louis, Mo. Organized
for thu oxprtss purpose of doing a Southern and
Western business. Otfers low rates of premiums
and large dividends. Loans tho money received
as preniiuBis in the 8tate under tho management
of a Local Board, composed of the following pro?
minent citizens of Charleston:
H. G. LOPER, Cashier National Bank.
W. GEO. GIBBS, of W. G. Wbilden <*. Co.
E. E. JENKINS, M. D.
JOHN B. STEELE. North, Steole A Wordell.
C. lavis WALKEU, Walker, Evans & Co.
G. W. Ant AB, Druggist.
H. T. PEAKE, General Sup't 8. C. R. lt.
C. P. PANKNIN, Druggist.
JAMES E. Ki'KAR, Jeweller.
D. il. Sii-cox.
Gentlemen wishing an Agency will please call
upon or address me at Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
'May 0 2_ E. R. 8IBLEY. State Manager.
ALL PERSONS are warned against hunti.._.
dabing, or trespassing in any way on my
iire-raises, as they will be prosecuted to the fullest
extent of the law. Da. S. W. BOOK.UART.
May 5 3