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Palos, ?Rry 25. -Tb* ' elections ,b?ve Re?
saltad so fat 193 for tho Govern meat} oppo?
sition 90: Thiers iras defeated.
LONDON, May 25.-Tho press continue
bitter Alabama claims articles, ' Tho Stand?
ard (Tory) bitterly assailed the radicals for
addressing Americans in language of affec?
tion and admiration. The flatteries with
which the Americabs have been besmeared
are,the caus?s of their present menacing nt
fitude. No man with English blood in his
veins should deal with Mr. Sn ma er's speech
in such a feeble and unmanly str&iu. Ame?
rica had been deceived into the belief that
England would meekly endure insult and
humbly submit to chastisement, and had all
but committed itself. A message addressed
to such a nation ns England could only bc
answered by a challenge. America had the
plain facts of the late war, and cannot be
humbugged into the belief that the bulk of
the English people approved of such as?
sertions, to make Americans believe that
England is telling lies to escape from a
thrashing. We are never guilty of the
meanness of denving the sympathies we
entertained, in order to escape the displea?
sure of a successful party. Tho educated
classes are the nation; tho masses are only
ST.. THOMAS, May 18.;-The steamer Arau
go has arrived, to tow the Peruvian men-of
war IQ Barbadoes. Tho vomito is raging at
Oabral has orossed the Haytieu frontier,
and the whole republic is in arms. Aux
Cayes was agaju unsuccessfully bombarded.
Important from Cuba.
HAVAXA, May 25.-General Dyer as?
sumed duty as chief of ordinance nt Ha?
vana, on the 24th. The following official
account of the lauding of flllibusters in thc
Eastern department has been made public
700 men disembarked on the night of thc
lGth, in the Bay of Nipc, aud took posses
sion, mounting six guns and fortifying
three houses. They remained undiscover?
ed thirty-six hours. Captain Mesco at
tacked them with 120 men, using bayonets
stormed ono of the houses, and captured t
flag, but was finally obliged to retire-hi?
ammunition giving ont. Tho fillibusten
lost 60 killed and 160 wounded; the Spaniard:
had four killed. Tho Boura adds: Thi
flllibusters fired three cannon shots into tin
steamer Marsella damaging her hull am
rigging. Tho flag captured by Captait
Loso was inscribed, "Rifle Ros Libertad,'
and was presented by "Amelia Casanova.'
It is now said the troops took the six gun
and turned them against the flllibusters, am
spiked the guns before they fell back. Fou
war steamers, with troops, have sailed fo
tho Bay of Nipo. There is a rumor that th
rebel General Quesada has beeu capture
and shot. Plumb assumed tho duties c
United States Consul-General to-day. Th
United States flagship Contoocook and th
steamer Yantio have sailed for Matanza;
The Saratoga is waiting here to carry Mini;
ter Kelson to Mexioo. Tho Narrag?nset hu
gone to Nnevitos, to bring away America
residents desirous of leaving. Twenty-tw
Erisoners captured on the prize Galvani
ave been sent to Spain.
NEW YORK, May 25.-Dr. Beatty, of th
Old School Committee, in addressing th
New School Committee, which rose to r<
ceive him, amid great applause, said th
will probably be the last assembly to I
called upon to interchange civilities, ina
mnoh as in future they will both be on
This remark elicited spontaneous applaus
The steam tug William Parker explode
to-day, foot of Dock street. Four persoi
A fire at Hunters' Point is progressif
over four acres are horning. Eight pr
pellers and other vessels have been burnt ?
far. The oil tanks on the docks aro no
burning, and an explosion is expected. Tl
loss w?l certainly exceed 81,000,000.
H. B. Van Dusen, President of the D
rango Silver Mining Company, cut h
throat to-day. No. cause assigned for tl
The steamer Bussia, from Liverpool, rt
down the Austrian ship Figlia, anchored <
Bedloe's Island. She sank in fifteen n
mites. No lives lost.
PHILADELPHIA, May 25.-An anonymo
oiroular threatens death to the coal mine
who descend shafts to work. In all b
four mines the men refused to work.
MONTGOMERY, May 25.-Judge Buste?
. is in town, holding a term of tho Uniti
States Court here. The Congressior
m Committee, to investigate his conduct, e
w expected here to-night. Judge Busteed h
been here two weeks, and was here when
was stated from Washington that he desir
tho investigation to proceed at Washingtc
because it would be unsafe for him to coi
MOUILE, May 25.-The Presbyterian i
sembly, on Monday, appointed commissic
ors to revise a form of government and d
cipline. The com m it too reported in p
to-day to the assembly and recommend
its presbyteries to throw their licentiates
far as practicable into destitute fields. <
the subject of co-operation with the Gei
ral Assembly of the old School in lal
among the freedmen, the following >
unanimously adopted: That inasmuch
the correspondence of the Secretary of t
Committee on Freedmen of the General.
sembly of tho Presbyterian Church in 1
liinted States of America, with the Sec
tary of Sustentation of our church, has
volved no practical mode of co-operation
tween the two churches, in their efforts
evangelize the freedmen, this General
sembly is not prepared to take any st
contemplating the proposed concert
I action. Tho Secreta?y of Snstentatiot
morely instructed to communicate the fe
going to the Committee on Freedmen
the General Assembly of thc Presbytei
Church ia the Unitea1 States of Amerfo?. A
resolution o? maintenance of simplicity ia
church music, WM laid over. A missionary
meeting was held on Monday night. A
plan was reported for insuring the lives of
ministers in our convention, sud a resolu?
tion was introduced looking to aw Amend?
ment in the charter of the church. At the
meeting to-night, several addresses were
made on the subjects of education and pub?
NEW ORLEANS, May 25.-The sale of the
New Orleans, Opelousas and Great Western
Railroad took place this morning, by virtue
of an order from the United States Circuit
Court, nuder the auspices of ex-United
States Marshal F. J. Herrin. The principal
interests represented were the Illinois Cen?
tral Railroad, Mobile and Chattanooga Rail?
road, the bond-holders of tho road and
Charles Morgan. The road was knocked I
off at 82,050,000. Mr. Whitney announced
that it was tho intention of Mr. Morgan,
who was present, to immediately 6et about
extending the road to the Sabine.
The Commercial Convention adjourned
over till Wednesday, and delegates are on
nu inspection tour to the mouth of the
CHARLESTON, May 25.-Arrived-steamer
Manhattan, New York.
WASHINGTON*, May 25.-President Grant
departed for Annapolis to-day.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $437,000.
I IN AM I AL AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, May25-Noon.-Stocks strong,
wit'.*, an upward tendencv. Money steady,
at G-r^T. Exchange 9%. "Gold 40;0\ Flour
dull and declining. Whent a shade firmer
and in fair demand. Pork dull-new mess
31.37'... Lard quiet-bbls. 18^@18J8'. Cot?
ton quiet-middling 28,S?@28;,4\ Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy, with sales of
2.000 bales, at 28M@28?4. Flour very dull,
and strongly favors buyers-superfine 5.40
f/Y.5.70; common to fair extra Southern
email@example.com. Wheat |lc. better and less ac?
tive. Corn close I quiet and lc. better.
Pork steady. Lard lower-kettle 18.34'?;19.
Whiskey firmer, at 1.10?1.12. Sugar mo?
derately active. Molasses firmer. Freights
firmer. Money in more active demand,
closing at 7. Gold heavy, closing at 4034.
Stocks generally steady.
BALTIMORE, May 25.-Cotton quiet, at
28}f. Flour steady. Wheat dull-good to
fair red 1.4U@1.60; prime to choice 1.90(a)
2.10. Corn dull-white 85@86. Pork firm.
Bacou active-shoulders 14(a>14-... Whis?
key firm, at 1.10? 1.12.
CINCINNATI, May 25.-Whiskey firm, nt
1.02. Mess pork qniet, and held at 31.00?
31.50. Bacon shoulders 14l4; sides lG'o
NEW ORLEANS, May 25.-Middling cot
tou nominal, at 27>4; sales G50; receipts
900. Gold 40. Flour dull-superfine 5.50;
double 5.80; treble G.25. White corn 90.
Pork 32.00. Bacou 13-4'?173.J. Sugar
common 934@10; prime 13?.V. Molasses
fermenting 87(?\50; re-boiled 55? 65. Whis?
key 87 *.. (Ti 95.
MOBILE, May 25.-Cotton dull; sales 350
bales-low middlings 26)^ ; receipts 265.
AUGUSTA, May 25.-Cotton market easier;
sales 150 bales; receipts 30-middlings 26?
SAVANNAH, May 25.-Cotton market more
active-middlings 27; sales 300 bales; re?
CHARLESTON, May 25.-Cotton quiet, with
sales of 200 bales-middlings 27>4'?27la';
LONDON, May 25-3 P. M.-Consols 93^.
Bonds qniet, at 79.
LONDON, May 25-Evening.-Consols
93!?4. Bonds 79. Frankfort bonds dull, ut
LIVERPOOL, May 25-3 P. M.-Cotton
irregular, firmer, but not higher-uplands
ll-j'; Orleans 11>?. Shipments from Bom?
bay to the 18th since last report 42.000
bales. Less favorable Manchester advices
LIVERPOOL, May 25.-Evening.-Cotton
dull-uplands 1U?@U??; Orleans 11%?
UK; ?alea 8,000 bales.
HAVRE, May 25.-Cotton dull, both on
spot and afloat-spot 189??.
HAVANA, May 25.-Sugar steady and mo?
lasses firm. Exchango firm.
A man named Field, in Lycoming Coun?
ty, Pa., quarreled with another named Ma?
thews about the division of some money, on
Tuesday, and struck him over the head with
an axe, injuring him soverely. A constable
named Grey attempted to arrest Field yes?
terday, but was also struck over the head
with an axe, and seriously injnred. Field
then took to the woods, and a squad of men
are searching for him.
Ebenezer D. Bassett, our colored Minis?
ter to Hayti, waited upon the Assistant Sec?
retary of State yesterday and received his
instructions, previous to his departure for
the field of his diplomacy. Tho instruc?
tions relato merely to securing the payment
of a claim for 830,000, due for tho repair of
a Hay tien war vessel.
A despatch from the general ticket agent
of the Central Pacific Railroad, received at
St. Louis, states that they will not pro rata
with, or accept coupons from, any other
railroad company. Their fare will be ten
cents per mile in gold, whioh makes the
passage from St. Louis to Sacramento
A fire, supposed to be the work of an in?
cendiary, burnod down a boarding-houses in
Dayton, Ohio, on Wednesday night. One
boarder waa burned to death and another
one fatally injnred, and twenty-five or
thirty others escaped only by jumping out
of tho upper window.
Snelson, the negro appointed postmaster
at Andersonville, is reported to have de?
clined the commission, because of his em?
ployment in other fields-cotton and corn
fields. Sensible Snelson.
?JW?-|M^^W?**???y ? ?i
Seasonable Goods I
JUflt Xxl. 2
A. HANDSOME ??80RtMErtT OF
Suitable for the Summer,
BEHEOES, .GRENADINES, LAWNS, SHEER
ORGANDIES, Ac, J-c.
Wo offer inducements as to price for all Spring
Dress Gooda for the balance of the season.
Also, in recoipt of a fresh, lot of Ghollj's Kid
Glove?, Silk and Lisle Gloves, Glove Fitting Cor?
sets. Bone and Roed Corset?, all numbers, a lino
of Trimming Ribbons, all widths and colora,
Fringes, Gimp, Rraids, Buttons, Ac., Ao.
An elegant assortment of Gents' Under Vests,
in silk, Malo thread, (brown and whito,; cotton,
novia, gauze meriuo, Ac.
Another lot of handsome Shetland nnd Grena?
We always keep the best Toilet Articles, snch as
Glycerine,, Palm Oil, Ponuiuo, Pumice, Castile,
Honey, Almond and Congress Soaps, Language of
Flowers, Love among tho Roses, Opopponax,
Ihlang, Night Blooming Cereus, Barnet's standard
Colognes, French and German imported Cologne,
fresh Pomades, Coeoiuc, Caliston, Ac.
Our Wholesale Department.
A nice assortment of Prints, Bleached and Brown
Goods, just to hand, togethe r with a full lino of
other Goods for the Department. Wrapping Pa?
per, Twine, Ac.
MaylG_ _ _B, C. SHIVER._
A HOME ENTERPRISE.
P1EDJI0XT LIFE MlilUXCE COMPANY
HAS determined to ostablish a BRANCH OF?
FICE in South Carolina. The Branch Office
is designed tn give ns the full benefits of an en?
tirely HOME COMPANY, by investing in theStato
all the funds received iu it. lu fact, it is better
than a new company, because thc PIEDMONT is
a success already established, with ampio capital
So far, Edgeficld heads tho list, FOUR HUN?
DRED porsous having insured in thia favorito
Southern Company in the last six months. Abbe?
ville numbers little leas than TWO HUNDRED.
Will not tho people of Columbia, and other aec
tious of tho .state, emulate the example of these
two Districts, by eomiug forward, without delay,
and take out policiea in this Company, and secure
to themselves tho benefits of tho BRANCH OF?
FICE, bv having it looated at Columbia?
Tho Piedmont bas declared a DIVIDEND OF
FORTY PER CENT. Tho divideud could havo
safely been larger, but with tho prndenco and cau?
tion which has ever guided thia Company, it baa
deemed it proper, being the fi rat dividend, to hold
a sui plus beyond tho reservo fund.
lu abort, tho Piedmont has no superior, and
with a BRANCH OFFICE in our midat, there can
surely bo no posalblo excuse to justify a Southern
man to commence, or continue, to send bis money
oh" for Life Insurance.
May 18 j4 S. L. LEAPHART, Agent.
"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.
THE NEW THEORY OF HEALTH.
THE LIFE of all Fleah is BLOOD-Tho Health
of all Lite is Purity of Fleah-Without Purity
of Blood no Flesh can bo free from Diecaao.
UK I N IT S H'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
AN ANTIDOTE TO DISEASE.
Tho great Amorican AltcrStive and Blood Purifier!
For the Cure of all these Inseascs which ynay he
traced to ? vitiated condition of the Rtood.
Tho Theory is that Blood is tho Lifo of all
Fleah, and if impure, the Life of all Diseuse. Lifo
and Health is only to bu maintained by the circu?
lation of pure arterial blood.
Such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, HcpaticDisorders,
Inflammations, Fevers, Livor Complaint, Con?
sumption, King's Evil, Boils, Itching Humor
of tho Skin, Carbunclos, Erysipelas, Tetter,
Skin Diseases, Pimples, Roughness of tho
Skin, Blotches, Pain in Bones, old Ulcers,
Syphilis and Syphilitic Sorea, Indigestion, Inflam?
mation of the Bladder and Kidneys, Pains iu the
Baek, General Debility, and for all complaiuta
ariaing from deficiency and poverty of blood.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is tlie Wonder of
No medicine has attained such a world-wide re?
putation aa this justly celebrated compound.
Ita extraordinary healing powora aro attosted
to by thousands, and every mail ia freighted with
letters bearing testimony to its excellent charac?
ter and worth as a medicine. Orders aro coming
in from all quarters, and al) bear unmistakable
evidenco of its great popularity.
Be sure and ask for
"HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT,"
And see that his name is on it.
Look out and avoid baso imitations.
Wholesale Agenta, FISHER A HEINITSH,
April 181 _Conimbia.
MRS. C. E. REED has opened for
iiiapuction the finest assortment of
French, English and American La?
dies' HATS, BONNETS, FLO VERS
AND RIBBONS, Ac., tho beat and
cheapest over offered to the Ladies
of Columbia and tho surrounding
Soveral cases of Ladies, Misses and Bovs'
TI ATS AND CAPS, from 25 cents up. Hair
Braids, Waterfalls, Curls, Switches, Coils, Ac,
Ac. Conni ry Merchants will find it to their ad?
vantage to give mo a call, and seo for themselves.
Fresh arrivals evory day. Hats, Bonnets, Ac, by
tho caso or dozen, will bo sold very low.
Bridal Wreaths and Veils of every description,
Having first class Milliners, wo aro prepared
to execute all orders with neatness and despatch.
Main Street, Columbia, oppoeito Hopson A Sut
pben's. March 28 Smo
~~? " IN EQUITY.
Wm. M. Beckham, Administrator, cum testamento
annexo, vs. James Williams, Andrew Patterson,
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Court, tho cre?
ditors of JAMES C. BATES, doccasod, aro
required to present and prove their demands
against the said catato, before mo, on or before
tho 1st day of JUNE noxt. D. B. MILLER,
March 7 ni 12 C. C. F. an'1 7.uleree.
Man G? io tarer and Do aler ?n' ' '
TKareroom? Af ai 'n st.,one door?ouihqf Washington.
IN addition;.to the usual fall
supply of House Famishing QoodB
lin his line, is in receipt of a lino of |
PA H LOU AND BED-ROOM FURNITURE, which in
style and elegance of finish, as well as chopuose
and durability, cannot bo surpassed in any market
South of Baltimore. Calf and examine for
yourselves. Orders for FUNERALS, either in
country or city, will be attended to promptly.
Furniture made to order. Particular attontion
given to Repairing. Paoking and Jobbing. May 9
THE WASHINGTON HOUSE
18 now prepared to accommodate
Regalar, as well as Transient,
BOARDERS. Terms modedratc.
May 9 _2 m o
NICKERS ON H OUSE,"
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
^-w THI8 pleasantly located HOTEL,
i~ tS unsurpassed by any House in thc
South for comfort and healthy
_\Ideality, is opon to Travelers and
othorB seeking BOARD for tho Summer. Fami?
lies can bc accommodated with nico, airy rooms
on reasonable terms. "A call ie solicited."
Mav ll Imo_WM. A. WRIGHT.
COLUMBI A HOTEL
Oolumtoia, S. O.
THE Proprietors tako pleasure in announcing
this elegantly-furbished Eatabliahnicnt now open
for the accommodation of guests. Tho tablowUl
always be supplied with overy delicacy of the coa
son- both from tho Now York and Charleston
markets, and no efforts will bo spared to pive
perfect satisfaction, in every respect, to our
patrons. FREE LUNCH in thc refectory every
dav from ll until half-paet 12 o'clock.
ORS. REYNOLDS A REYNOLDS
ijyijBEBfc-fc ?re preparad to furnish ARTIFIOAL
GTrffHsH^ TEETH on a larger seale thmi hero
^^.J-LXJ-P toforo, and at rates much below tho
Their recent improvement, lately patented, con?
stitutes the highest order of art in thia speciality,
and is fully warranted. Dentures constructod by
thin process posBoas many advantages over gold
plate work, and can bc supplied at about half the
cost of the latter.
An examination of specimens, especially by
those having experience in such matters, ia respect?
fully invited. Ordinary VULCANITE RUBBER
SETS $23. The same, strengthened by gold bands,
(35. Terms cash. April 304
? CLOTHING, gl
Jj HATS. Jp|
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
^TE ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST AND
best selected stock of tho above gooda over
brought to this city, bought low for caeh, and
will bc sold at a small advance.
In CLOTHING, wo have everything from planta?
tion wear to fine French CasBimcre-all equally
In HATS, aU tho new Spring styles, Alpine, Ve?
locipede, General Prim, and new stylo Silk Hats.
Country dealers wonld do well to examino our
stock bet?re going farther.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
DR. T. T. MOORE,
IS now prepared to execute, in tho mos scientific
manner, all branches of his profession. Tooth
extracted without pain by UHO of NITROUS
OXIDE GAS. Persons desiring his service would
do well to engage an hour. Office over MeasrB.
Bryan A McCarter's Bookstore, Main streot, Co?
lumbia, S. 0._April ll 3mo
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to 12 |
2. 7 Second Class City Residences, G to 10 Booma,
3. 6 Third Class " " 3 to 6 ??
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of the city,
6. 3 Large Lots iu Waverley,
7. 14 Tracts of Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. Tho Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
?. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, ono of the best
cotton and stock plantations in tho country,
10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland-some of |
them very desirable.
11. 10,000 acres in Edgofioid-aovoral tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Proporty in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acres near Green viii Court House,
10. 0,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2,000 " in Kershaw,
18. 1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
19. 210 ?? in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fino Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85.000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purr.haso or soil proporty,
will find it to their interest to consult with us. Wo
I have correspondents in New York, Philadelphia
' and Baltimore, to which points wo aro constantly
sending descriptive lists of property for sale.
March 6 GIBBE8 A THOMAS.
~CITY MACHINE WORKS,
COL UMB IA, 8. C.
THE subscriber is prepared to manufacturo
STEAM ENGINES, Portable and Stationary,
of from 4 to 25 horse powor. MILLS and MILL
GEARING furnished at tho lowest prico and
shortest notice. All work guarantcsd.
April 1 Cmoi RICHARD TOZER.
fr ir ililMI?MBaMMMMa?
Uandsome and Well-kept furniture.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, 26th inst., at 10
o'clock, I will sell, before my door,
A general variety of Handsome Furniture,
among which are:
Mahogany Hair Beat Sofas,
Mahogany Hair Heat Divane,
Mahogany Hair Seat Chairs,
Mahogany Hah- Seat Rockers,
Marble Top Bnreans,
Marble Top Card Tables,
Marble Top Work Stands,
Fine Mahogany Secretary,
Extension Table, Pier Glass,
No. 1 Cooking Ktovo, completo,
And a variety of other articles worthv of atten?
Choice Articles for Family Use.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS MORNING, at 10 oclock, to close a ship?
ment, I will ?ell, without reservo, at my atore,
Hermetically sealed 2 lb. cans PEACHES, pre?
served in own juice,
Hcrmeticallr sealed 2 lb. caus Damson riama,
" " " Blackberries,
2 lt.. cans Fresh Tomatoos,
Half hexes Sardines,
Lcraor Syrup, Raspberry Vinegar, Currant
[ Wino, a superior article Sherry and Madeira, Rye
Whiskey, Stonghton Bittere, Adamantino Candle's,
I 20 lb. boxea Pearl Starch, Fine Sugars, Ac.
W. T. WALTER, Auctioneer.
WILL be sold, at public auction, at ll o'clock, on
S VTURDAY, the 29th day of May, 1869, at the
office of the Disbursing Officer. Bureau H., F.
and A. L., on Senate etroot, Columbia, the fol?
lowing articles of Government propertv:
FOUR HOUSES, 1 Cart, 1 aet Cart Harness,
Horao Equipments, Forage and Offico Furniture.
Terms cash in Government funds.
Property to be removed immediately after salo.
State South Carolina-Richland County.
John Bauekctt to Thomas J. Robertson. Mortgage
of Real Estate.-Sale for Foreclosure.
BY virtue of a power in me vested by the maker
of tho above mortgage, I will sell, at public
outcrv, before tho Court House, In Columbia, on
the FIRST MONDAY in June next, between the
AU that lot of LAND, in thc city of Columbia, at
tho North-west corner of GervaiB and Bull streets,
containing ono and one-third acres, more or lesa;
bountied on the South by Gervais street; on the
East by Bull stroet; on tho North by Lady street;
and on tho Westby a lot of the Rev. Doctor Le?
land; being tho samo lot described in the abovo
Purchaser to pay for Stamps and Papors. Terms
casu. T. J. ROBERTSON,
May 12 wf8_Attorney in Fact.
WE OPEN, THIS MORNING, several Invoices
of NEW DRESS GOODS, with Fringes,
Gimps and Buttons to ir. at eh.
A full line of Printed Lawns, Cambrics, Jaoo
ueta and Organdies.
A full lino of Sheeting.
A full l.'no of Long Cloths.
A full line of Calicoes.
A full lino of White Gooda.
A full linc of Kid Gloves.
A full hue !.f Lisle Thread Gloves. .
A full lino of Hosiery.
A full linc ot' Irish Linens.
A full lino of Jasaimeres for Gentleman's Suits.
A full line of Linen Coating, Drills and Ducks.
Making our stock quito as full and complete as
it was two weeks ago.
Wo solicit a call from our friends and all visitors
to our city, with the assurance that our stock and
prioos will please all. J. H. A M. L. KIN ARD,
April 38 One door South of Columbia Hotel.
TUE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY will insure (1,000, at the following rates ;
" 30- 16.55.
?. 35 19.40.
" 40- 23.30.
" 45- 28.85.
" 50- r.C.65.
All other companies charge 40 to 50 percent,
moro. Before you insure, examine for yourselves.
E. H. HEINTTSH,
Feb 27_Agent for South Carolina.
ASIX-HORSE ENGINE-mounted on wheels;
built expressiv for Threshing and Ginning.
Apply to ll. TOZER, City Machine Works,
April 27_Columbia. S. C.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE,
Orders for purchase of Merchandize,
Shipments of Cotton, and GENERAL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, solioited by
MARK E. COOPER, Main stroot.
Best references given._March *?4 3mo
Fire and Lile Insurance.
H. I.. IfIOHOL.8 & CO., AGENTS,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
REPRESENT OLD COMPANIE8, with aggre?
gate accumulated Capitals, January 1, 1869,
of $22,879,17* 00.
April 30 BEJlWUIUilh_3mo
JgJVERYBODY who has use for a PUMP should
MORRELL'S FIRE ENGINE,
DEEP WELL, and
Send for a circular.
POOLE A HUNT,
Jan IS Gmo Baltimore, Maryland.
DR. D. L. BOOZER, gratoful for the liberal
patronago ho has received from the citizens
of this city and the Burtounding District, during
the past year, respectfully announocs that he now
permanently establishes himself in Colombia. AU
operations on the natural Teeth faithfully per?
formed. ARTIFICIAL CASES, in every approved
method, carefully and satisfactorily executed
among which ho would call special attention to
that known as Reynold*' Patent; and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases hy this beau?
tiful and durable process, ho is enabled, with con?
fidence, to refer to his patients and to the
patentee Office on Main street, over First Na?
tional Bank._Jan 8
4TUBS Prime May BUTTER. For sale by
May 18 GEO. SYMMERS.