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LONDON, April ll. - Alubflm? loan lutc
ly put out ig o-euccess. ^ r ^ -,
Tho' tPi^crtih ? ministerial .iojrt?jal j.4
attributed to tho opposition of a portion
of the oubinot to the ' contluuanco bf
plebiscitary power in the hands of tho
The? Pall Mill Qazelte censares Glad
stone's ebufiling.policy ou tho Irish mat?
ter, and predicts the defeat of tho Irish
land bill, ou account of tho ob?cunLy,
and complication of its provisions. The
same paper urges, .the despatch of a
steamer to the>fisheries, to watch Ameri?
can war steamers there.
PABIS,; April II- Noonl - T?thfs hour,
only Buffet has retired from the minis?
try. Durus' resignation is still probable.
LISBON, April ?Ii.-Later Paraguayan
advices. state that Lopez suddenly
turned and surprised his pursuers, and
won quito a victory. It is thought at I
Bio Janeiro that this victory will prolong |
the war indefinitely.
' MADIUD, April ll.-The trial of Mont?
pelier commences to-morrow.
Unusual precautions had been taken
to guard against threatened disorders
yesterday. All quiet.
HAVANA, April ll.-DeRodas tele?
graphs from Puerto Priuoipe, that tho
two columns returned without meeting
the enemy, .Tho forces were then pro?
visioned for two months, and seat for?
ward, Two. inen and one woman were
captured; tho men were hung. The cor?
respondence of the rebels was captured,
ana m n ob. rebel property destroyed. The
advanced guards of the insurgents sur?
rendered; they report Eurigne. Botan -
courfc, Diego, Ampere and aa American
named, May art, .were the chief leaders of
the insurgents; and some bad embarked,
after lighting among themselves. C?s?
pedes intends leaving the country; he
Will bo actively pursued. Anarchies,
panics and desertions prevail among the
rebels, and some have raised the stand?
ard of, revolt against Agremonte, owing
to his tyrannical behavior. Yesterday,
the leaders of this revolt assassinated
fourteen of their own men. This favor?
able news, which is j ustly considered offi?
ciai) .causes great enjoyment.
CMXBTIESTON, April ll.-Arrived
Steamship South Carolina, New York.
RICHMOND, April ll.-The two Mayors
had a conference to-day, and agreed, in
view of the delay before Chief Justice
Ohase can hear their case, to submit it,
with the consent of Justice Chase, to
the Virgina Court of Appeals, which
BALTIMORE, April ll.-Au explosion
of the Chesapeake sugar refinery engine
to-day, killed seven persons. The verdict
of the coroner's jnry stated that the
cause was insufficiency of water in the
The Maryland Legislature adjourns
this week beoause of a rumor that the
Treasury does not contain sufficient funds
to pay their salaries much longer.
WASHTNOTON, April ll.-Hoar's resig
nation is denied.
In the Senate, on motion of Sumner
a resolution was adopted, instructing the
Agricultural Committee to report a bill
providing proper space and water for
cattle, transported by rail. McDonald is
speaking in favor of a subsidy for ori
ontal lines of steamships from Southern
In the House, Porter introduced a re
solution, ordering a survey from Rich
mond, to Harrison bsr, with a view of
improving the James River. A r?solu
tion was passed, giving negroes the use
of the hall for celebrating the ratifica
tion of the fifteenth amendment. The
rules requiring that the House shall par
tiaipate in any object for which tho use
of tho hull is allow.nl, Blain, in patting
the question, said he must ask instruo
tiona os to what manner of participation
the House should mako io this celebra
Gov. Senter, of Tennessee, answering
a question tending to impeach General
Forrest's veracity, answered: "He is
shooting man, and I reckon I had bette
not say much about that."
Senator Revels is in Brooklyn. His
nerves gave way. Senator Wilson talks
temperance at Baltimore to-night.
General Meade has been elected Presi
dent of tho Army of tho Potomac.
The River and Harbors Committee
have reduced the engineers' estimates
The legal tender argument was post?
poned, after a little quarrel on the bench,
until next Monday, by the Supreme
Coin balance in the Treasury $119,
249,796-of which 37,986,500 is coin cer?
tificates. Cnr.rency balance $10,746,513.
Estimated coin reoeipts during tho pre?
sent month about $9,000.000, which will
leave a balance on the 30th instant, de?
ducting coin certificates, of $00,000,000;
of this amount 28,000,000 will bo re?
quired to pay the semi-annual interest
on the 5-20 bonds falling duo on tho 1st
Underwood determines the questions
regarding tho Virginia enabling Aot,
that lt shall go over to the May Court.
There was considerable acrimony on tho
Supreme bench, this morning, over a
side question regarding resumption and
the legal tender question. No point of
law was involved, but the temper of tho
Judges nttraotod much attention, and
some expressions thrown at the bar.
The Senate, during tho entire day, was
ocotipied with tho North Pacifio Rail?
road; afterwards, Cox and Eldridgo wero
announced on tho Committee of tho
House to make arrangements whereby
the House might participate ia tho
arrangements for the celebrating of tho
fifteenth amendment. Some discussion
took place concerning tho right of tho
House to insist upou such duty from
these gentlemen-they having declined,
on the ground that their ofiioiui positions
did not reTJuiro any such service. Tho
Houso dlrbct?d ft ??mimftteo to carry out
any,of its orders/a rnember was as m?ch
compelled, ander the rales, to serve on
that ps on apy other committee; subse?
quently, however, thc resolution gr&nt
ing the use of the hall was resoinded, and
the- select committee discharged. Two
or three paragraphs of the tariff bill, re
luting to carpets, oil-cloths and tapes
tries, wore discussed; after whioh, the]
pTWAtVCIAl. AND COMMERCIAL.
. Nsw,''. XpP?? April ll-Noon.-Stocks
very ablive! Money easy, at 5@6. Ex?
change-long d}X; short 9%. Gold 14.
Bonds 12>?. Tennessee's, ex-oou)>oo,
58%;. new 53.%; Virginia's, ex-coupon,
70>?; new 69; Louisiana's, old, 75>?;
new 7J2J?; levee 6*s 76%; 8's 92; Alabama
8's 9'; 5's 80; Georgia 6's 85; 7's 93;
North Carolina's, old, 46%; new 22;
South Carolina's, old, 87; new 83%.
Flour and wheat dull and unchanged.
Pork quiet-mess 27.50. Lard dall, at
15%@16. Cotton strong, at 23>?; Or?
leans 24, but held higher. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm; sales 2,700
bales:-uplands 231 .j. Flour unchanged.
Wheat firmer? nod more doing-winter
and amber Western 2.14. Corn un?
changed. Beef steady-plain mess
email@example.com; new extra 14 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mess pork firmer, at email@example.com. Whis?
key firstname.lastname@example.org. Freights firmer-cot
ton firmer; steam %. Money 5@6.
Sterling 9%@9%. Gold closed at 13^@
13%. Governments closed steady but
dull. Southern's quiet but firm.
BALTIMORE, April ll.-Flo^r. firm?
stock becoming scarce-Howard! street
superfino email@example.com. Wheat active
prime to choice Maryland red firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn-whito email@example.com; yellow 1.07?.
1.08. Pork firm, at 28.00. Bacon
active aod advancing-shoulders 12^.
Whiskey firstname.lastname@example.org. Cottoii quiet bat
firm-middlings 23; sales 150 bales;'
BOSTON, April ll.-Cotton dull aod.
nominal-middling 22; sales 250 bales;
receipts 257; stock 12,000.
CINCINNATI, April ll.-Corn firm, ot
87 for prime white; yellow 90. Whiskey
dull, at 1.00. Pork advanced-28.00?
28.25. Bacon firm-shoulders 11>?;
clear sides 16-the latter held %o.
higher. Lard held at 16. . ...
LOUISVILLE, April ll.-Corn 95. Pork
28.00. Shoulders 11%; sides 16(u)16>?.
CHARLESTON, April ll.-Cotton quiet-r
middling 22; sales 150 bales; receipts
490; exports coastwise 788; Btock 16,023.
AUGUSTA, April ll.-Cotton market
quiet but firm, at 21j-< for middling;
sales 379 bales; receipts 319.
SAVANNAH, April ll.-Cotton firm|
middling 22; sales 450 bules; receipts
1,482; stock 38,798.
MOBILE, April ll.-Cotton firm and in
fair demand-middling 22; sales 750
bales; receipts 85S; stock 52,028.
NEW ORLEANS, April ll.-Cotton qniet
but firm-middling 22>?; salea 3,350
bales; stock 178,851. Flour quiet, at
email@example.com. Com firmer-mixed 1.05;
white and yellow 1.10($1.12%. Pork
nctive, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacou 12J^@ 1
17>j?; hams 18@18}?. Prime sugar liy2
@11%. Molasses-prime 70; ferment?
ing 5U@55., Whiskey email@example.comK- Cof?
fee-fair 16j?@16%; prime 19@19#.
GALVESTON, April ll.-Cotton dull and
unchanged-good ordio?ry 18%; sales
1,000 bales; receipts 914; Rtook 27,989.
LONDON, April ll-Noon.-Consols
33%. Bonds 90;?.
PARIS, April 8.-Tho Bourse opened
quiet-rentes 73f. 75o.
LIVERPOOL, April ll-3 P. M.-Cotton
quiet-uplands 11%; Orleans 11%.
LIVERPOOL, April ll-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed quiet and steady, at noon's
quotations; sales 12,000 bales; sp?cula?
tion and export 2,500.
CINCINNATI PRODUCE AND PROVISION
MARKET-Reported by Morris & Reid,
Provision Brokers.-CINCINNATI, OHIO,
April 6.-The market hos been very firm
during tho past week, and shipments to
tho South have been considerable. The
advices from the consuming districts
have been more favorable of late, and a
general good feeling pervades holders,
and the market to-day closed buoyant,
with a strong upward tendency for all
hog product. Bacon is decidedly below
the corresponding rates of bulk meats,
and must certainly advnnce still more.
Bulk meats firm; demand good; we quote
shoulders at 10%(&10%; rib sides 13%;
clear rib 14%; clear 14%-all pocked;
there are but few soliera of sides at above
prices. Bacon-shoulden ll; clear rib
sides 15%@15AR ; clear 16-packed; hold?
ers aro indifferent sellers at these prices.
Hams-sugar-cared 17(3)18, according to
brand; plain bacon hams 15%@16.
Lard-prime leaf firm, at 15, with large
sales, and generally held %@)-.< higher.
Mess pork in good demand, ut 27.00, and
generally held at 27.50, for oity packed;
country 27.00; rumps 20?23. Whiskey
in good demand, with large sales, at 1.00;
Corn-sound dry 85(3)86; No. 1 shelled
in elevator held nt 90; including bags,
1.00. Oats-No. 1 55; including bags,
60. Hay-prime timothy firstname.lastname@example.org
Flour-low grades 4 00@4 25; superfine
4 35(m4 50; extra 4.80?5.00; and fumily
The Marioa Star say.s Captain T. C.
Dunn, of Little River, S. C., is spoken
of as a candidate lo represent that Con?
gressional District, and honor the scat
wicked BOD. disgraced. He is primarily
from Massachusetts. Republican in poli?
tics, by birth and education a gentleman.
1 m mediately after the war he invested his
capital in Horry and is now the largest
cotton planter in that County. He has
heretofore taken no part in politics, and
now yields only to earnest solicitations of
some of tho prominent citizens of Horry.
Adjutant-General Moses will be tho no?
minee of tho radicals. Wicked Bon. will
bo loft out iu ?he cold.
A Philadelphia store window contains
a notice that the proprietor will bay
"old ireu, coper nod pughter."
bath-room. Attached to it is a barber
shop. Mr. Garrott Davis is reported
to bave been a daily customer. Recently
be.was in as usual. Passing just beyond
tbs door, be looked in amazement ut a
vision on, which his eyes rested. There
sat his colleague from Mississippi, Sena?
tor Revels, evidently not long from the
bath-room, and enjoying the luxury of a
comfortable shave. Garrett looked on in
horror, turned bau lily on his heel and
walked out. He has not been in since,
and, it is reported, has moved to strike
out tho bath-room appropriation from
RAILROAD WAR.-The peoplo of Au?
gusta aro very much exoited at present
upon the subject of railroads. As is ;
generally known, the South Oaralina and
laorgia Railroad Oompanies have a
track running through ouo of the princi?
pal streets. The Port Royal Railroad
Company has oskod the privilege of
carrying their track through one of the
streets. Eefore deciding upon the peti?
tion, the City Council determined to call
witnesses to testify whether or not the
passing of trains along the streets were j
DROWNED. -Our community are pained
to learn that there is but little doubt
that Major Samuel Brown hus been
drowned in tho Waccamaw River.
Major Browu loft here late on Monday
eveuiug; he was by himself in a pad?
dling canoe, and had to go two miles by
<water to reach his landing at Savannah
Bluff. On Tuesday morning tho boat j
was fonnd adrift below the lauding;
although every effort, by diligont search,
bas been made by kiusmen and frieuds,
yet all has proved of no avail.
The Colt Fire-arms Company have in?
vented a new pocket pistol, vt ry eusily
concealed, being only four aud one-half
inches long, yet throwing a ball of forty
one-hundredths of an inch, und in these
days of personal rencontre and private
warfare, we suppose this io "just the
thing." It is to be hoped that the wo?
man's right women will not get hold of j
the new invention to carry in their peti
Benton County, West Tennessee, has I
a jail without a tenant; a court without
a docket; a judge who needs no jury; a|
term of four mouths without any known
infraction of the law. Tho Court met!
last Monday, and there were no cases to
be tried. The judge waited a duy, and
there was nothing to be done. Butler
eau find no County in Massachusetts
with such a "record."
W. W. Herbert, Esq., for a short time
editor of the Wionsburo News, died last
Sunday, of pneumonia, nt the residence
of Hon. W. W. Boyce, near Alexandria,
Tho New Yo?k 7V//?e? (xWlStMtl) admits
that, so far as any good resulting from
its labors is concerned, Congress might j
as well not have assembled since the
Bombay cotton, sent by way of tho
Suez canal, bast bejsn .returned to India
as yarn, from England, in forty-five
days. By way;, of j, t be Capo of Good
Rope it used to tako ninety duys.
The Chauncey bringt advices of a riot
at Panam.*, between the natives and sol?
diers. One was killed and severul
"Ohl what an excellent Tonic," is the]
language of tho invalid who uses SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
The now tiiul trip of tho Vanguard,
just concluded, proves her to be tho
swiftest of armored ships. She made a
fraction under fifteen knots per hour.
"Just the thing!" Such is tho excla?
mation of the Dyspeptics who use SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pre?
serve my good condition," I use SOLO?
MON'S BiTTEns. N21
If you want a fine appetite aud good
digestion uso Dr. Tutt's Golden Eagle
A great Roman amphitheatre lins been
discovered through excavations now
going on in Puris.
A healthy and exhilarating beverage is
Dr. Tutt's Golden Eagle Bitters.
Dyspeptics should uso Dr. Tutt's
Golden Euglo Bitters.
Tho Empress Carlotta is sinking ra?
pidly, and her life is despaired of.
Delicate females take the Golden Euglo j
COLUMBIA, S. C., January, 1870.
Tho Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company having been formed
by tho consolidation of the Charlotte and
South Carolina aud tho Columbia and
Augusta Railroad, and having executed
a first and only mortgage on its entire
property of 195 milos, including equip?
ment, is now redeeming all tho bonds
formerly issued by said two companies
by an exchange of its first mortgage
bonds. These bonds bear seven pei
cent, interest, payable in Jaunary aud
July, aud aro amply secured by a mort?
gage on property which cost per mile
moro than throe times the amount of
bonds so issued.
The preseut price of the stock and tho
business of the road give ampio guaran?
tee of the security of tho obligations for
a permanent investment. Indeed the
opinion is freely expressed, that there is
no safer bonds issued by auy party or
corporation in the Stute, and they are
cheerfully commended to capitalists as a
For the purpose of funding the floating
debt of the Company, $50,000 of these
bonds are offered for sale to the public,
at tho Treasurer's Office in Columbia.
.? J16mw27 WM. JOHNSTON, Pres't.
.- Tho largest hog iii the ?TOrldjit is be?
lieved, waa ' killed on the 25 th nit imo, in
Westchester, Pa., by Mr. Jeff. 8 h an er.
It was. a Cheater white, 2, years and G
months old; tu casu rod 6 feet, 10 incln s
from tho root i the tail to between the
ears, 7 feet, 8 inohes in girth just behind
the fore legs, and 7 feet, 9 inches ar ou - d
the middle. The head weighed 94 pounds
and the whole hog, neatly dressed, 1,040
pounds. Good judges estimated that he
would make GOO pounds of lard.
The north wall of the mammoth iron
building 740 and 742 Broadway, New
York, fell yesterday morning about 2
o'clock, with a tremendous crash. The
building was owned by Wood & Bro.,
carriage establishment. Damage $50,
000. Nobody was injured. The recent
rains bad probably undermined the
DEATH IN A TWO-FOLD FOBM.-Mrs.
Shugart is a woman who poisoned her
husband, and, on trial, waa sentenced to
death in Butler County, Pa. After the
trial began she became insane, and is in
au asylum. Should she recover ber
senses the execution must take place.
Death or insanity for lifo is her doom.
THE TERRIBLE FENIANS AGAIN.-There
is considerable stir among the Fenians,
and considerable anxiety along the fron?
tier. A raid is apprehended before
long; but forewarned is forearmed, and
the authorities are undoubtedly on the
alert to watch the movements near the
Tho Mayor of Fort Gaines, Ga., does
things ou a new principle. He wanted
to adjourn a session of the Couucil the
other day, aud be just knocked a couple
of aldermen and the clerk under the
table. The others adjourned before he
A serious riot has broken out among
the operatives of iron smelting furnaces
and forges in Fonrohamboult, near the
city of Nevers, France. Troops have
been sent theta and consigned to the
Lenox Colton, who waa to have been
executed yesterday iu Galveston, Texas,
cheated the gallows by suicide with mor?
phine, leaviug the singular request that
a knife be placed in his coffin.
THE TEXAS COTTON CROP.-Texas pa?
pers announce that the cotton in that
State which was up and doing well, was
all killed by the late cold spell. Seed
and lubor are both scarce.
The weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored bv
the use of" SOLOMONS' BITTEJ?C\ N21
Dr. Tntt's Golden Eagle Bitters is the
best tonic in the United States.
On 5th instant, at the residence of tho I
bride's rattier, by Kev. W. Hard, Mr. WIL?
LIAM MULLER, formorlv of Columbia, 8. C.,
andMi^a MA KY RUTH M H Y IS lt. oldest daugh?
ter of Joseph U. Meyer, Esq , of Augusta, Ga.
Independent Fire Engine Company.
apwt-MIall. Uv order of the President.
_ April 12 1 G. T. BERG, Sec'y
j?b\ for the Races!
r>-H??ft' PERSONS wishing to bo con
r'^^vaftgvoyod to the Paces TO-DAY,
wm lieu mt) National. Hotel Omnibus at the
Pollock Houue at 12 M. ".-.
Anril-121 j lt. JOYNER. Proprietor.
for lands in Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and
Parties wishing to nell, will pleaso send m
tho number of their land-*, with lowest cash
price. Wo h?y at reduced prices lands which
tho taxes have bi on neglected lor a fow yoars.
Address P. O. Box 3,t?55 Now York, or our
Western office, Galeshurg, Illinois
April 12 3 E. C. tc C. L. DAVIDSON.
MHS. A. McCOllMIlK,
HAVING very recently re?
turned from New Y?rlt^5?ff
with a handsome atockW^
of MILLINERY and FANCYt?C
ARTICLES, of endless variety,
she will bo prepared to exhibit
.them for lull inspection on
WEDNESDAY, April 13th.
Her Btock consists ot Honnefs and Hats, of
tho latest importation; together with French
and American Flower*, which cannot bc sur?
passed by any iu the city,
Chignons, Curla, H witches. Braids, of the
vory latest styles. Her stock of Fancy and
Toilet Articles aro far too numerous to men?
tion. A call from tho Ladies of Columbia and
vicinity ia earnestly solicited. April 12 2 _
IHAVE JUST RECEIVED a full Stock of
MILITARY GOODS, suiiod to all gradea of
Unicorn-both Field and Staff.
April 10 Imo_WM. GLAZE.
A Largo and Comfortable HOUSE, on
tho corner of Blanditig and Pickena
streets. Inquire at thia oflico.
Old Java Cottee.
i)f\ MATS Old Governmout JAVA COFFEE,
?? \ f for sale at reduced pricea.
April 9___E. HOPE
1C\C\C\ BUSHELS Pi imo FEEDING
AOAT?, for.eal? by E. HOPE.
CHARLOT TE, COLUMBIA tc AUG. R. R CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 29, 1870.
THE First Annual Meeting of tho Stock?
holders of thia Company will ho held in
the city of Augusta, on WEDNESDAY, the
'juni proximo, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Stockholders and their families will havo tho
privilege of going and returning over this
road freo, from Monday, the 18ih proximo, to
Saturday, thc 23d proximo, both daya in?
clusive. C. H. MANSON,
Mareh 29 jil_Secretary.
The Fertilizing Properties of "Phuine."
ANALYSIS-Bone Phosphate Soluble, Sul?
phate of Ammonia, Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Soda, Sulphate of Limo, Carbo?
nate of Limo, Sulphate of Iron, Organic Sub?
stances, 'thia ia tho best combination of fer?
tilizing ingredients known to chemistry. It
contains evory property necessary to supply
tho wanta of vegetation, and ia a reliable
composition-making it tho best general FER?
TILIZER ever offered to Plantera and Farmers
in South Carolina. For Gardens, it will bo
found a cheap and satisfactory manuro.
For Balo in largo and amah lots, by
FISHER Sc HEIN?T8H,
March 12 \ Druggists.
MRS. O.E. REED takco pieu.
; ebro to annonuco to toe-Ladies of
(Colombia and surrounding coun
? try, that she bao secured ?be sor
vices of MADAM ? OLE, from tho
establishment of 8. T. Taylor,
tho Bon Ton of Fashion, City of
New York; is now pronarod with
first alana hands, and to oxocuto
all work with neatness and despatch. Also,
51 ILM .V E It Y
Of overy description of American and Fronoh
Ladies* and Children's HATS, CAPS, HAIR,
Ac., Ac. Pleaeo call and soo for yourselves, bc
fore purchasing olsewhoro. Orders solicited.
April 10_' T2
MRS. S. A. SJHTH,
EMPORIUM OF FA8HI0NS,
Show lloomx over C. F. Jackson's, Main street.
THE latost stylos of BONNET8,
HATS, just received. Also, plain
Und elegantly-trimmed D li E ti ti
'PATThRNB, of all the latost and
most reliable BtylCB.
D R E S 8 - M A KIN O, in all its
branches, attended with promptness, and on
reasonable terms. Ladies aro invited to call.
April 9 Imo
Spring and Summer
I HAVE on hand a largo and well-seloctod
stock of tho abovo GOODS, which I am ofler
ing at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, and pur
chasers will do well to givo mo a call, as I re?
spectfully solicit an examination, fooling that
it will bo to their advantage to do so.
April 3 Cv K. JACKSON.
HAVING removed my place of business to
the stand formerly ocu upi od by Dr. Dorry,
nuit to Pollock Houso, my patrons will- find
me at that place hereafter, with a full and
complete assortment of SPRING GOODS,
coDBistingof English. French and Scotch Oas
simeres, Neck Ties, and Gent's Furnishing
Goods generally. A call is solicited.
March 24 J. F. EISEN M ANN.
RAA B?8HELB COTTON SEED, of supo
?_)v/V/ rior quality. For particulars, in
quiro at KRAFT'S BAKERY,
Aoril 1 _; ... Main street.
Bay to the Best Advantage.
W. ASTX??? CO.,
Bridge street, near G?tes,
O-oiior vLJL Gt-rooere
SELL GOODS as Cheap, if not Clump?
ier than any houso in Columbia. Give
lt hom a trial. March 10
WE open to-day a splendid asaortmont of
OPERA CLOAKS, a full lino of White
Kid Gloves and Lace-trimmed Chemisette?
Our SPRING STOCK is now roarlr *?r in
"p"Uon, which will be found, on examination,
to be much larger than at any previous season,
and the prices eonaidorably lower than they
ovcrliave been since we commenced hnsinoss.
ForUjo present, a discount of ten per cent,
will b?? allowed for specie.
March ly j H. A M. L. KINARD.
From the Cloud's Creek Quarries, ^i^ofield
CouiUy, S. C.
THE abovo supsrior MJLL-STONES have
been "weighed in the balanco (iron) and
I not found wanting." Orders filled at short
I notice. Address E. W. MoLENNA,
March 30 ||12t61T2 Leesville, 8. C.
Hoes ! Hoes!!
WE have in store 250 dozen of Brade's
hoavy Crown Stool HOES, Brado's Light
steel Hoes and Riveted Eyos. Elwell's Picks
and Planters' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trade, and paid
for with gold at 11? to 12? per cent, premium,
?nd we confidently say wo aro proparcd to
suit tho markot. LOWRANCE A CO.
The New State Code,
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Acts of Legislature, 1869-70, $1.00.
Official copies of tho above for salo.
Mail your orders to
BRYAN & McCARTER,
March 30 _ Columbia, 8. C.
THE FOLLOWING DRTJOS. CHEMICALS,
MEDICINES, PATE MT MEDICINES, Ao.,
will be sold at pricos sufficiently low to make,
it pay dealers in the interior of tho State to
ntop and buy. Buy goods wherever you can
buy on the beat terms. We have every facility
for doing a wholesale business; and weean as?
sure dealers they will save money by stopping
in Columbia and giving us a call
WE HAVE TO OFFEB*.
1,000LBS. SUPER. GARB. SODA, (English,)
100 lbs. English Calomol,
60 lbs. Gum Opium,
10 ozs. Sulphate Morphino,
2,000 lbs. Epsom ti .Its,
Elixir of Barks,
Cod Liver Oil,
ALSO, AT RETAIL.
Licheg's Extract Beef.
Calf's Feot Jolly,
Gelatine, Tapioca, Sago, Tcarl Darloy, Hops,
Arrowroot, Extract Vu ni lia, Lomon, Pmo Ap?
pin, Orange. Puro Ground Bpicos, oT every
variety. Halad Oil, Port Wino, Medicinal
brandy. For salo by
F?8HER A HEINIT6H,
PLANTING and for tablo use:
Early Rose, Early Goodrich, Tink-cyc,
Punch Blow, Chill Red.
For salo hy GEO. 8YMMER8.
Under order of J.udge ot Probate. Ex parte
Mrs. Sophia Ewart.??. J. 8. Gnignard ct
al.-Petition for Dower.
IN pursuance of an order niado by tho Hon?
orable William Hutson. Wlgg, Judge of Pro?
bate for Richland County, I will sell, on tho
F1HST MONDAY in May next, in front of tho
Court House, in Columbia, within tbe legal
All |tbat LOT, or parcel of LAND, situated
on Richardson street, in the oity of Columbia,
bounded on tho North by a lot formerly of
Mrs. Black, but now of tba estato of James 8.
Gnignard, and measuring thereon 208 feet,
more or less; on tho East by an alley-way,
measuring thereon 47 feet, moro or lets; du
tho Sonth by a lot of the estato of James 8.
Gutgnard, measuring thereon 208 feet, more or
leas, and on tho Weet by. Richardson street.
The abovo described property- will be sold
at tho risk of tho former purchaser.
Terms caBh. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers. P. F. FBAZ?E, 8. R. C.
April 12 tuth
MY HOODS HOOKE!
DEAD OF GREGG'S BUILDING,
Corner Main and Taylor Streets.
"1?TE are now prepared to offer to Country
Tv Merchants and tho Trade a stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY 6fODS, ?"
Which for VARIETY IN: STYLES and LoW
PRICES, cannot be surpa?s?d in any market.
All goods ordered : carefully selected, and
satisfaction guaranteed-' ?tl
W. IX LOVE ?: CO,
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. McCBEERY. ,\ .
IN OCR ,??V;bi ....
RETAIL BO??S E,
COL UMBI A HQ TEL B UDLDING,
Wo havo each department packed full of NEW
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
Of all the latest importations and Ameri?
can manufactures, which will be'Bold at
Gold Prices for. Greenbacks,
SILVER GIVEN IN CHANGE.
We aro showing sorno rare novelties in LAO^
MANTLE8, and SHETLAND PANNIER MAN?
TLES, METTERNICH STYLE. ?
A full lino bf ALEXANDRE A COURVOI
KIO fit 0 V?S,
At low prices.
Special Job Lots of Goods offered daily.
xv. D. LOVE ?t co.,
March 29 Columbia Hotel Building.
Spring Trade of 1870.
. .. ? |
E. & W. C. SWAPFIELD.
THE LARGEST and best stock of CLOTH"
ING, HATS and Gent's FURNISHING
300DS evor brought to Columbia.
Price? as low as before tho "late unpleas?
FRENCH AND ENGLISH CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE AND VESTINGS.
GARMENTS nude in a stylo equal to the
best Northern custtrn work.
HAT8, and evorytljng that the Market af?
fords, at prices that ate bound to please.
Wo have, as nsual, \
A VERY LARGE STOCK,
And somo very CHOICE VARIETIES.
OUR. JOBBING STOCK
Is largo, and tho attontion of Country Dealers
ia solicited. It. & W. C. 8WAFF1ELD.
THE subscriber, havin g pur?
chased the large and commo?
dious building known as the
_ GREENWOOD HOTEL, is
oruparuu to entertain tho traveling publio.
Tho houao is situated in full view of and con?
venient to the depot, and business portion of
tho town. The rooms are largo, neatly and
nowly furnished. Tho table will be constantly
supplied with evory delicaoy the market af?
fords, and tho hotel is in ovory way equal to,
if it does not surpass any, in tho np-oountry.
In connection with this lietel is a first class
Livery Stable. Conveyances of all kinds on
hand for hire. T. V. RILEY, Proprietor.
GnEENWoon. 8. C., March 13_Imo
Bonds and Stocks.
GOLD AND SILVER*
UNCURRENT BANK BILLS,
Coupons, Mutilated Curroucy, Ac, Ac,
Ac, bonght and sold by D. GAMDRI LL,
Feb 15 !Jmo 0 flt ?fl Columbia Hotel Building.
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
QAA DOZEN Brade'.* GROWN HOES, as
0\Jv ' sortod sizes.
20,000 lbs. English ?'LOW STEEL, assorted
50,000 lbs. Oc.im.iuo SWEDES IRON, assort?
Tho above aro of direot importation from
Stockholm, Birmingham ond Sheffield, and
aro, therefore, of superior qualities to North
orn imitations, .T, ? T. R. AGNEW,