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S^LONDON, May 8.-Th? Times has a long
Alabama claims article, concluding by as?
suring the Americans that the policy fore?
shadowed by Sumner's speech will prove a
faitare. , ; ' . '. ;
CHARLESTON, May 8.-Arrived-?teamer
Saragossa, .New York; steamer Sea Gull,
Baltimoro; schooner Margaret and Lucy,
New York. Sailed-^steamer Champion,
RICHMOND, May 8.-It is stated, on good |
authority, that General Ganby has fixed on
the first Tuesday io Joly for the elections.
Nsw ORLEANS, May 8.-The river is up to
bigh Water mark, and a crevasse is threaten?
ed. A crevasse occurred in St, Bernard Pa?
rish, below tb o city, last night, and efforts
to close it have so far proved unavailing.
The American Medical Association ad?
journed yesterday, to meet on the second
Tuesday in May next. Afterwards they
took an excursi?n down tho river. The en?
tire session was marked by the greatest har-1
mony and good feeling.
HAVANA, May 8.-The journals report se
v rtl small engagements, claiming a victory
for the Spaniards. Dulce, with a battalion
of volunteers,-visits Matanzas on Sunday.
Dulce replies to the meeting of wealthy
Spaniards, in their d?mand for more troops
from Spain, and pleads tho poverty of the
Government . Insurrectionary demonstra?
tions are reported in the Vuelto Abajo dis?
trict. Mobilized negro volunteers at Nuevi
tas.-are -becoming-quito insubordinate and
threaten i ng. The British Commodore
P.hjllimon threatens reprisals, unless his de?
mands are granted, which include the re?
lease of all vessels and crows captured iu
British waters, with explanations and in?
demnity; also explanation why Spaniards
pursue Cubans on British soil.
NORTH PLATTE, "Nebraska, May 7.-The I
officers' car, with Durant, Vice-President of
the Union Pacific Railroad, John Duff and
other gentlemen, was stopped? yesterday
morning, nt Piedmont Station, by the road
hands, who will not permit them to leave
until paid their wages. Tho road was barri?
caded, the car unooupled, and the men
stated that nothing but the passengers and
mails would be allowed to proceed either
way, until their demands are complied with.
The gang numbered about 300 men. In?
formation received lato lost night from there
says everything was quiet, but the men
were firm in their determination. No vio?
lence was anticipated, unless an attempt to
leave is made.
WASHINGTON, May 8.-Butler's lawyers,
in the Kimberly case, at Baltimore, claim
fees from the Government. E. J. Scbenck,
a brother of Congressman Scbenck, has
been appointed speoial customs agent for
the Eighth District, with headquarters at
New Orleans. J. C. Dutch, speoial oustoms
agent for the Fifth District, headquarters at
Savannah. Secretary Boutwell has divided
the country into fifteen districts.
Fifty army officers, consolidated out of
office, have been appointed Indian agents,
at their former salarios.
A colored delegation from Alexandria,
Va., visited tho President to-day. The ne?
groes express themselves satisfied, but no j
.details have transpired.
The President has declined to see Simms,
whose appointment to tho Savannah post
office he refused to sign.
Whiskey is being rapidly withdrawn from
Tho President orders General Reynolds
to retain officers consolidated out for civil
officers in Texas, Reynolds having avowed
his inability to find suitable persons who
could take the test oath.
Tho Spanish Legation is urging the Ex?
ecutive to issue a proclamation of neutrality
io Cuban affairs.
The Commissioner of Revenue decides
that liquor dealers who sell over and under
?ve gallons must pay a tax both as retailers
The Spanish Minister informs the Secre?
tary of State that the steamer Quaker City
is about sailing, with supplies for the Cu?
bans. Thereupon the Secretary of State)
requests the Secretary of the Navy to pre?
vent violations of the neutrality laws of
. State South Carolina-Richland County.
IN TUE COURT OF PROBATE.
By William Uutson Wing. Judge of Probate in
WHEREAS, SAMUEL B. THOMPSON hath
applied to me for letters of administra?
tion on the estate of MARY TURNER, late of
These are, thereforo, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to bo and appear boforo me at a Court
of Probate for tho said County, to be holden at
Columbia, on tho 22d day of May, 18G9, at 10
o'clock A. M., to show cause, if any, why tue said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and the seal of tho Court,
this 7th day of May, A. D. 1800, and in the
ninety-third year of American independence.
WM. H?T80N WIQG, Jadgo of Probate.
GRAIN CRADLES and SCYTHES. STRAW
FORKS, Threshors, Horao l'owora and Reap?
ers, on hand, and for salo low, bv
May 8 FISHER, LOWRANCE k FISHER.
AFULL assortment on hand, MILL 8TONE8
and IRONS, purchased at low rates, by
May 8 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER
5KEGS, 2 gallons each, Spanish Olives.
Olives stuffed with Anchovies, in bottles.
Plain "Queen" Olives, in bottles. For sale by
May 5_GEO ROE 8YMMERB.
Pire and Life Insurance.
H. K. NICHOLS Si CO., AGENTS,
COLUMBIA, B. C.,
REPRESENT OLD COMPANIE8, with aggre?
gate accumulated Capitals, January 1, i860,
of $22.379,171 00.
April 30 BE INSURED. 3mo
FINANCIA!. AND COMETEHCIAL..
NEW YORK, Moy 8-Noon.-Stocke un?
settled. Money 7. Sterling 9??. Gold
feverish, at 38. Flour less aolive, but
prices unchanged. Wheat dull and un?
changed. Corn dull and drooping. Pork
quiet-new meas email@example.com. Lard quiet
barrels 18; steam 18!u. Cotton-middlings
28%. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm; solea 2,200 bales,
at 28".;'. Floor less active, closing a shade
easier for low grades-HU per ii ne State 6.10
(VG.25. Wheat dull, heavy and declining.
Corn 2c. lower. Whiskey 97@98. Pork
flrmer^new mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard
steady-kettle 18\i@18%. Freights a
BALTIMORE, May 8.-Cotton steady. Flour
dull and unchanged. Wheat inactive; re?
ceipts small-valley red 2.10. Whito corn
83@85; yellow 87(^89. Pork 31.75. Shoul?
ders Whiskey firm and scarce, at 96
CINCINNATI, May 8.-Whiskey firm, at
93, with little offering.' Provisions quiet,
at 81. Bacon shoulders 13k'; sides 17;
sugar-cured hams 18>i,'@19. Lard held at
18. Gold stiffer.
CHARLESTON, May 8.-Cotton quiet, but
steady; sales 400 bales-middlings 27}?; re?
AUGUSTA, May 8.-Cotton market quiet,
but firm; sales 440 bales; receipts 70-mid?
SAVANNAH, May 8.-Cotton firm-mid?
dling 27 i?; sales 400 bales; receipts 990.
MOBILE!, Ala., May 8.-Cotton market
firm, but demand moderate; sales 1,150
bales-part yesterday-low middlings 26??;
NEW ORLEANS, May 8.-Cotton stiffer
middlings 28>?@28,4 ; sales 2,900 bales; re?
ceipts 1,373. Gold 38. Flour-superfine
5.60; double 5.87; treble 6.25. Corn
white 77@78. Pork nominally 32.50. Ba?
con-jobbing 13^(^17.%. Sugar-common
9%?9%; primo 12I,J@12%. Molasses
dull-fermenting 40@5?. Whiskey-West?
ern rectified 85@93>3. Coffee quiet-fair
15%; prime 17)$.
HAVANA, May 8.-Sugar firm, and in im?
proved demand, at 9. Federal gold, long
half, 1 premium ; short 2'v. (<; :31 j. Currency,
long, 25}?@>26,l,j discount.
HAVRE, May 8.-Cotton on the spot
LONDON, May 8-3 P. M.-Consols 92.
Bonds flat, at 76%.
LIVERPOOL, May 8-3 P. M.-Cotton
opens dull-uplands 11%; Orleans 12.
THE STATE OF S??ra'CA'R?LlNA.
EXEC UTI YE DEPARTMENT,
COLUMBIA, May 8, 1869.
THE following gentlemen aro appointed
delegates to represent the State of South
Carolina in the Commercial Convention, to I
be held at tho city of Memphis, on Tuesday,
the 18th instant:
JAMES L. ORR, Anderson County.
WILLIAM PERRY, Pendleton.
JAMES M. ALLEN, Greenville
JAMES S. COTHRAN, Abbeville "
B. ODELL DUNCAN, Newberry ?.
T. J. ROBERTSON, Richland
W. C. BEATTY, York
B. F. WHITTEMORE, Darlington "
C. W. DUDLEY, Marlboro
E. E. DICKSON, Manning
ANDREW SIMONDS, Charleston "
HENRY G DURDIN,
GEORGE A. TRENHOLM, "
GEORGE W. CLARK,
SAM. HART. SR.,
JOHN A. WAGENER,
WILLIAM S. HASTIE,
R. S. BRUNS,
JOHN M. MORRIS,
JOHN F. O'NEILL,
F. W. DAWSON,
A. F. RAVENEL.
G. I. CUNNINGHAM,
W. A. COURTENAY,
S. Y. TUPPER.
fcROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
16c. DRESS GOODS.
WE open, on MONDAY, a pretty lino of DRESS |
OOODS. at lCjc. or C yards for $1.00, really protty,
and certainly CHEAP. Wo givo our patrons from
this dato tho advantage of our having a prompt,
good buyer, locato? in New York city, always in
the market ready for these bargains.
May 2 R. C. SHIVER.
A FINE OPENING.
$5.00 for a First Class $15.00 Dress!
WE have about 23 Satin Striped |8ilk and Ramie
DRESS PATTERNS, of peculiar beauty and |
richness, which aro really worth muan more than
wo offer them for; and gentlemen visiting the city
cannot invest $5 in anything moro valuable to tako
home. Call and see them.
April 20 R. C. SHIVER.
? Headquarters South Carolina Militia.
ADJ. afro INSPEOTOR-GEN'ERAL'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, 8, C., Hay 8, 1869.
WHEREAS, several communications havo
\ cen received at these Headquarter*, calling
attention to the irregular formation of military
companies in various sections of tho State; ana,
whereas, no orders have yet been issued looking
to the organization of the State Militia, or thc
arming and drilling of the eamo; therefore, thc
following Section of the "Act to organize and go?
vern the Militia of tho State of South Carolina,"
approvod March IC, 1869, is herewith published
for thc information of all concerned:
SEC. 14. That tho organized militia of this Stato
shall be known as tho National Guard of the State
of South Cand?na, and shall consist of such divi?
sions, brigades, regiments and battalions, and in
addition thereto, such batteries of light artillery,
and troops and squadrons of cavalry, aa the Oom
mandor-in-Chief may deem expedient; and no?
thing heroin contained shall bo so coubtrued as
to Interfere with the power o? the Commander-in
Chief, in case of war or insurrection, or of immi?
nent danger thereof, to order drafts of tho militia,
and to form new regiment?, battalions, brigades
or divisions, as he may deem just and proper:
Provided, That there Bhall be no military organi?
zation?, or formations for tho purpose of arming,
drilling, exercising the manual of arms, or mili?
tary manouvras, not authorized under this Act,
and by the Communier-in Chief, and any neglect
or violations or tho provieioun of this Section shall,
upon conviction, bo punished with imprisonment
at hard labor in tho Stato Penitentiary for a term
not less than oue year, nor more than three
years, at tho discretion of a competent Court.
By ordor of His Excellence the Commandor-iu
Chief. F. J. MOSES, JR.,
Adjutant and Inspector-General.
. sar The following named pupers will copy once:
The Charleston Courier, Newt and Republican,
Cheater Reporter, l'orkvillo Enquirer. Lancaster
Ledger, Fairfield Netra and Herald, Newberry
Herald, Abbeville Press aud Banner, Anderson
Intelligencer, Keowee Courier, Greenville- Moun?
taineer and Enterprise, Laurenaville Herald, Edge
field Advertiser, Unionvillo Journal, Spartanburg
Spartan and Gazette, Rarnwcll Ssntinei and Jot. -
nal, Sumter Newt and Watchman, Williamsburg
Journal, Marion Star and Crescent, Camden Jour?
nal, Oriuigchurg Neics, Darlington Southerner
and Democrat, Georgetown Times and Clarendon
Press._May 9 1
G REA TEED UCTIONIN P R ICES.
1 HAVE determined to sell
lout my entire Stock of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEW
lELRY, Silver and Plated
?WARE, at greatly reduced
prices, prior to my removing to Mr.
In addition to tho above named articles, 1 have
a large Stock nf Spectacles, to buit all sights, in
Gold, Silver and Steel frames.
I have iust received a New Sample Dook for
Hair Work, for which orders will be received, at
Sign of the Green Spectacles,
Anril 27 _ Columbia. S C.
Gardening for the South,
BY Wm. N. N. White, of Athens, Ga
The Grape Culturo-a treatise on the culti?
vation of the native grape. Bj Fuller.
Phin's Grape Culture and Wine-making.
Saunders' Practical Treatise ou Farm-yard
Breaking a Butterfly. P.y Author of Guy Liv?
Marooner'* Island. By Author of Young Ma
Friendship* of Women. By Alger.
Anecdotes of American Clergy.
And manv other new books and novels, at
DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN'S Bookstore,
April 29_Under Columbia Hotel.
$D3 OOO ciiarlotte and s- c' IiAIL'
' ROAD BONDS,
$?,000 Columbia and Au^u.-ta Hailioad Bonds.
$10,000 " " " " Stock,
$20,000 South Carolina
$1,000 City of Wilmington Bond-,
$5,000 " " Memphis
$0,000 New Stato Bonds,
$3,000 City of Columbia Coupon*.
For salo bv GREGG. PALMER A- Co.
IN accordance with tho proclamation of tho Go?
vernor, datod 19th day of April, lsG'J, there will
bo an election hold in this Couuty on tho FOURTH
TUESDAY in MAY. beiug the 25th day thereof,
for a School Commissioner and a Coroner.
By virtue of authority vested in us. wo hereby
establish tho following polling places in Richland I
Garner's Ferry, Gadsdon, W. B. Flowers' nouse,
Trcnholm's Grove, Davis', Killian's, Camp
Ground, Colnmbia-Ward No. 1, Gilmore House;
Ward No. 2. Old leo House; Ward No. 3, Palmetto
Engiuo House; Ward No. 4, Ellington's Store.
Tho following gentlemen are hereby appointed
Managers of Election:
FOUGAUNEH'S FEBIIY.- John Harris,-Lucius,
Fon GADSDEN.-John P. Adams, John P. Good?
win, S. P. Gaige.
FI.OWEBS' HOUSE.-W. White, Philip Epstein, J.
Foil TBENHOLM'S GBOVE. -M. L. Green. Wilson
Glover, C. J. Carroll.
FOB DAVIS'.-Allen Davis, F. P. Roberts, An?
FOB CAMP Gnousn.-N. Dubard, Henry Smith,
H. C. Marshall.
KILLIAN'S'.-Eli Killian, A. Feininger, H. Minims.
FOB COLUMBIA.-Ward No. 1, Pi Brown, E. B.
Thompson, C. Shultz; Ward No. 2. F. W. Wing, J.
Davis, J. Barnfield; Ward No. 3. W. H. Wijrg, Wil?
liam Mishaw, T. P. Parse; Ward No. 4, D. B.
Clayton, Jacob Nott, James Brown.
The ahoye named gentlemen are requested to
meet at W. T. Walter's Auction Room, on thc 15th
instant, at 12 o'clock M., for the purposo of quali?
fying and roceiving thc list of registration.
W. T. WALTER,
N. E. EDWARDS,
Commissioners of Election Richland County.
Columbia. 8. C.. May 1. 18G9. May 2 mthM25
JgVERYnODY nuo has use tor a PUMP should
MORRELL'S FIRE ENGINE,
DEEP WELL, and
Send for a circular.
POOLE & HUNT,
Jan 13 Gmo Baltimore, Maryland.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., May 5,18G9.
THE annual list of Internal Revenue Taxes for
18G9 has been returned to this oflice for col?
lection. Paymeut of these taxes by parties resid?
ing in tho Counties of Richland and Lexington, is
required to be made by the lat June next. After
that date, tho penalties prescribed by law will be
imposed on delinquents. R. M. WALLACE,
Deputy Collector 8d Dist. South Carolina.
THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully announce
to the inhabitants of Columbia, and surround?
ing countrv. that h? 1>??> oponed his Stoi'e, on Main
street, under the new Hotel, with an eutiro new
NAPKINS and DOYLIES,
Sheeting, Shirting and Pillow Linen, Muslins,
Cloths aud Caeaitnerea, Handkerchiefs for Ladies,
Ocnts and Childrr a, Notioue, A.c., Ac, together
with a thousand other articles too numerous to
mention. And would invite those in need of any?
thing in his linc, to call and examine his stock,
which he intends to keep fall in evory department.
W. D. LOVE, Main Street,
May 2_Colnmbia, 8. C.
Jos. DANIEL POPE. | A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS m EQUITY.
OFFICE-Law Range, Columbia, S. C. May 5
^bAD?ES' STRAW HATS,
25, 40 and 50 cents each.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
LADIES' SILK COVERINGS.
r s AND
Spring Balmorals, at Cost.
_C. P. JACKSON.
Pure Corn Whiskey.
BB LS. Pure Corn WHISKEY, for aalo low
to dealers. E. A O. D. HOPE,
May 1 Agente for Old North State Distillery.
TXTEOPEN, THIS MORNING, several Invoices
W of NEW DRESS GOODS, with Fringes.
Gimps and Buttons to match.
A full line of Printed Lawns, Cambrics, Jaco?
nets and Organdies.
A full linc of Sheeting.
A full line of Long Cloths.
A full linc of Calicoes.
A full line of White Goods.
A full line of Kid Glove-?.
A full line of Lisle Thread Gloves.
A full line of Hosiery.
A full lino of Irish Linens.
A full Hue of Cassimeres for Gentlemen's Snits.
A full line of Linen Coating, Drills and Ducks.
Making our stock quite as full and complete as
it was two weeks ago.
We solicit a call from our friends and all visitors
toourcitv, with the assurance that our stock and
prices will please all. J. H. A M. L. KINARD,
April 2S One door South of Columbia Hotel.
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
/> GROSS SOLACE.
\.) 2 " Virginia Leaf-fresh from tho Fac
torv, for salo at the Al? and Lager Bier Depot.
April 20_JOHN C. SEEGERS.
BOLOGNA SA-7SAGES, dried.
B?llalo Tongues, fresh.
Orange Hams and Sugar-cured Stripe.
For salo bv GEORGE SYMMERS.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC
FISHER & BE1S?TSH,
QI-FER FOR SALE A LARGE STOCK OF
AT LOW PRICES.
SUP. CARB. SODA,
HEINJTSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
Pig Hams, ftc.
JUST to hand, bbla. Ferris' extra angar
onred PIG HAMS. Pier ShonlfW, ?nd Pi" Ba?
con Strips. For sale by GEO. SYMMERS.
Flour and Furniture.
W. T. WALTER
WILL SELL, at his mart, TO-MORROW MORN?
ING, the lutta, at 10 o'clock,
SOO BARRELS of FLOUR, assorted brands.
A lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture.
Clocks, otc. Bo punctual, and socure bargains.
Ma y_9_1 .
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
BY virtue of an order of sale, to me directed by
tho Hon. Geo. S. Bryan. Judgo of the United
States District Court for the District of South
Carolina, I will offer for sale, at public auction, at
tho Court Houae in Columbia, 8. C.. on MONDAY,
the loth day of May next, at IO o'ofock A. M.:
All that Lot of LAND, with the buildings there?
on, situated on the East side of Sumter street,
Columbia, fronting West on Sumter street 75 feet,
and North on lands of John Creon 208 feet; East
on lauds of Prof-Rivers, and South on lands
of Dr.-Turnipneed-being the residence now
occupied by A. C. Squier. Terms cash. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers and stamps.
And immediately thereafter, at the above named
residence, the entire Stock in trade, consisting of
Cottago Sets, 8c*--> Frenoh Bedstead,
Marble-Top V anda, Trundlo Bedstead,
Card Tab!o-<. 1 j;L ?'ost Bedstead,
Mahogany oiiairs. Cano 8eat Chairs,
Rocking Chairs, Dining Tables,
Marble-Top Bureaus, Mahogany Wardrobe,
Bobes, Pino do., etc., otc. Terms cash.
13 shares Greenville and Columbia Railroad Co.
And all the Notes and Accoants of said Bank?
rupt, a list of which may bo se?n at the omeo of
To WHOM IT MIT CONCEJU*.-All creditors of A.
C. Squior, Bankrupt, MO hereby, notified that by
virtue of tho order above mentioned, they are re?
quired to come and establish ' their lien, if any
they have on the said property, before W. J. Claw*
son. Register, in YorkVillo, Oh or before the 10th
day of May next, or be debarred from aU tho bene -
fits of the decree to be made in this case.
THOMAS J. LAM?TTE, Assignee.
April 20,27. May 4,0^ - i? ? . . . 4
BY virtue of, a .writ of ^leri facias, to me
directed, I will sell, on7the FIRST MONDAY
in Juno next, in front of tho Court House, in Co?
lumbia, within the legal hours, thc following pro?
All that vacant lot of LAND on the corner of
Richardson and Laurel streets, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing one acre, moro or lees
bounded on the North by Laurel street; East by
Richardeon street ; South by lot formerly of Charles
Beck; and on tho West hy Assembly street. Le?
vied on as tho property of John Harrison, ST., at
the suit of N. A. Peay vs. John Harrieon. Terms
cash. P. F FRAZEE, 8. B. C.
May 9 nUh
New Books at Bryan & McCarter's.
TRAVELS IN JAVA AND THE ' EAST INDIAN
ARCHIPELAGO, with Maps and Plates, by
Travels in Alaska, by Whymper,
Phineas Finn, thu Irish member, $1.25,
My Recollections of Lord Byron, by Countess
Palestine, Svria and Asia. Minor, hy Freest,
$2.00, I ? ;
How Ho Won Her, by Mrs, Southwortb^iJ.^S,
Pro-Historic Nations, by Baldwin, $1.75,
Colorado, its Parks'Shd Mountains, hy Bowles,
Two Lifo Paths, a romance, by Muhlbach, 60
The Factory, by Miss Braddon, 75 cents,
Cometh up as a Flower, CO cents,
Marooners Island, a sequel to Young Maroon
New Photograph Albums, Chromos, ?cc.
GASNTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
E ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST AND
best selected stock of tho above gooda ever
brought to this city, bought low for cash, and
will be sold at a small advance.
In CLOTHING, we havo everything from planta?
tion wear to fine French Caseimere-all equally
In HATS, all thc new Spring styles, Alpine, Ve?
locipede, General Prim, and uaw stylo Silk Hats.
Country dealers would do well to examine our
stock before going further.
E. * W. C. SWAFFXELD.
March 10 _ . ! _
Ar om at ic -Life Bitters.
ANEW SUMMER TONIC, prepared with thc
Best Medicinal Whiskey, containing tho es?
sential properties of "Centuary and Life Ever?
lasting/' an Invigorant i ud Appotizor. Put up
in largo bottles-retail at #1.00 per bottlo.
For sale by FISt'ER A HEINITSH,
April 28 f_Druggists.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE,
Orders for purchaao of Merchandize,
Shipments of Cotton, and GENERAL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, solicited by
MARK E, COOPER, Main atroet.
Boat reforonces given. _March *U 3mo
Desirable Residence for Sale.
AA Lot, containing one-third of an acre,
with a neat commodious DWELLING
HOUSE, having an up-stairs of five Rooms,
I a Basement of five Rooms, Bathing-room with
shower bath, all neoessary out-buUdlngs and in
good repairs. Inquire at this office. March 28
Butter and Cheese
1 f\ TUBS Choleo GOSHEN BUTTER,
XU 20 Boxea Prime CHRE8E.
Just receiTsa by steamer and for sale by
April 27_J. k T. B. AGNEW.
ASIX-HOR8E ENGINE-mounted on wheels,
built expressly for Threshing and Ginning.
Apply to R. TOZER, City Machine Works,
April 27_Columbia. 8. C.
Smf\ BOXES "Roae Bud," vory fine.
_SU 2 .. "Navy,"
10 *' Common, low price.
April 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS.