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PARIS, April V7k~Jk is now tolerably
Curtain that the formula ?f Plebiscite
Will bo: "Do tho people deairo eon s tit u
tionel reforms ia 1870, which oss?re li?
berty ? plaoing it under the guarantee of
tba empire and dynasty."
Members of the Left Centro bold a
mooting yesterday, at which it was de?
cided that nil would be free to vote as
they pleased. It is generally believed a
majority will vote in the affirmative.
Representatives of journals of the Left,
at thp meeting yesterday, divided in re
6ard to tho propriety of a manifesto to
e issued, lt is probable that no mani?
festo will be issued and that the split in
the ranks will continue after the Plebi?
scite. The party of the Right Centre
had formed a committee to operate in
favor of the Plebiscite. Among the
members of the committee is Emile Gi
rardin. This oommittee has already is?
sued a proclamation affirming that liberty
and revolution are now face to face; if
"yes" be voted, it will moan liberty; if
"no," revolution. Tho oommittee, which
has been constituted with no spirit of
exclusiveness, makes a stroDg appeal to
those who think the greatest benefit for
the.nation is to escape revolution.
MADRID, April 17.-The Republican
journals bf Spain demand n, separation
of Church and State, aud that nil Priests
or Bishops refusing to take the oath to
the constitution be-sent to Rome. Duke
Mopjtpeasier, who was banished from Ma?
drid for one month, has gone to Seville.
LISBON, April 16.--The regular steam?
er from Rio Janeiro arrived, bringing
detail? of tho termination of tho war in
Paraguay. On the 1st of March, the
Brazilian General attacked and carried
the position of President Lopez. Lopez
himself, his son,' Col. Lopez,' F. Saus
choae, kViaa-President of the Republio,
Goo. Carmines, and several other high
officers of Paraguay, wero killed. The
mother, brother and four ohildren ol
President Lopez; Mrs. Lynch, and manj
officers, are prisoners. A large quantity
of aroas and ammunition was captured.
At last advices, ? treaty of peace wai
prepared with the Provisional Govern
ment of Paraguay, which had convoked
a constitutional assembly for that pur
psmm . >
A provisional government has beet
formed in Paraguay, under Braziliat
PARIS, April 18.-Despatches jns
received from Montevideo, state that at
attack from the exiled .bianco faction i
expected, and extensive preparation
have been made for defence. The Em
poror sends his plebiscite oircular to th
different departments to-day. The Se
nate commences tho plebiscite debato to
MADRID,April 18.-The ill feeling be
tween regulars and volunteers has near]
? . ?
GAABTIESTON, April 18.-Arrived
schooner D. Britton, New York; steam
era Tennessee, New York; J. W. Evei
man, Philadelphia; sohooner J. B
ATLANTA, April 18.-The Georgia S<
nate and Honse met to-day, and at
journed till Monday.
NEW YORK, April 16.-Miss Edit
O'Gorman leotured at Madison, N. J
Friday, oa Roman priesthood. As si
left the building, a large crowd of Cathi
lies congregated, anda serious riot seen
ed inevitable. A pistol was fired at tt
leoturer, but missed its aim. She read
ed a friend's house, which was instant
surrounded by rioters, and the win dov
broken with stones, clubs, &c. The cit
zeus kept guard all hight, and Mi
O'Gorman was escorted to the city t
day. She entered tho Roman Gnthol
sisterhood as a nun, at Madison, and tl
Catholics are exasperated.
NEW YORK, April 17.-Advices fro
Cuba represent General Jordan as still :
the field fighting at the head of tl
patriotic forces. Tho Spanish Genei
Goyeneche was defeated last week ne
Boga. There was an engagement on tl
6th inst, between Guira aad Bagneron,
the Colon District. The Spaniards we
again defeated. Edward Nattes, a ci
zen of the United States, was shot
Fort Cabanas on the 8th inst. Const
General Biddle had previously telograp
ed the facts in his case to Washingto
and made an appeul to the Govern me
to interfere and save Nattes' lifo, bat
had received no answer on the day
Commodore Meado died on Sundi
from a stroke of paralysis.
A verdict of $15,000 hos been recovi
ed against the Adams Express Coi
pany, for a large lot of peaches, land
at Fortress Monroe, instead of N
York, ia 1867.
General Stone, of Massachusetts, st
ed to-day to take an important comma
in the Egyptian army.
PHUX?DELTHIA, April 18.-TheSchu
kill rose five feet last night and is s
rising. A flood is impending.
ST. LOUIS, April 18.-Tho defalcati
of the City Treasurer is 867,000.
The rapid rise of the river broke '
main caisson surrounding the East p
of the bridge and the pier is now tw
ty-four feet under water. Work is p
gressing finely on tho Wost pier.
NEW YORK, April 18.-The evidence
McFarland's insanity accumulates.
700 ship-carpenters have struck. ^
strike extends to tho Brooklyn, Jer
City and Green Point yards.
SVRAOUSE, April 18.-The New Y
Central Conference voted, 141 to 81,
favor of lay delegates.
The negroes occupying Arlington,
sire Congress to lenso tho property
them, and have petitioned the Son
The Committee reported unfavorably
a bill amending the trado mark law.
bill waa introduced, appropriating ]
for the improvement of tho naviga
of the upper Mississippi. Sumner
ferod a resolution, instructing the C
mittee on the District of Colombie
report a bill securing equal rights oe
Orange and Alexandria Railroad.
the Vicksburg, Baton Bongo and Now
Orleans Railroad; Which waa referred to
the Committee, on Public Lands. Drake
introduced the following os the sixteenth
amendment: The United States BIIBII
protect each State against domestic
violence, whenever it shall be shown to
the President thal suoh violence exists in
snob State; Congress shall have power
to enforce this amendment. After a
sharp debate, Drake moved its reference
to the Committee on Military Affairs, bat
finally it was referred to the Judiciary
Committee. Morrell introduced a reao
lotion, which passed, that the Judioiary
Committee be instructed to inqnire
whether corrupt means have been em?
ployed to influeuoe the vote of any Se?
nator on the pending Georgia bill, with
power to Bend for persons and papers.
In tho House, among the bills intro?
duced, was one granting lands to the
Memphis and Orleans Railroad, and es?
tablishing aline of mail steamers between
the United States and Mexico; surveying
the harbor of Corpus Christi, Texas;
erecting a custom house at Austin, Texas.
The apportionment bill passed-86 to
83-Northern and Eastern members vot?
ing nay. The sub-Committee on Elec?
tions reported J. H. Sypher entitled to
the seat from the First Louisiana Dis?
trict; the case was made the special order
Internal revenue receipts to-day
The Government has no advices re?
garding Fenian raid on Canada.
Coin in the Treasury $112,500,000,
including 837,000,000 coin certificates;
currency balance $10,500,000.
General Samuel Beck has been assign?
ed to General Torry as Adjutant-General.
In explanation of the Georgia corrup?
tion resolution, the Star says: "It hos
been rumored about the Capitol that a
prominent Senator was offered a Geor?
gia State bond if he would vote against
the'Bingham amendment; and the son
in-law of another Senator was offered a
large sum of money to influence the vote
of his father-in-law against that amend?
ment. In both cases, the lobbyist was
sent away with a flea in his ear, and the
Senators approached in the matter gave
tho information which led to the intro?
duction of Mr. Edmunds' resolution."
FINANCIAL, AND C?MMERCIAL,.
NEW YORK, April 18-Noon.-Stocks
dull. Money easy, at 6. Exchange-long
9; short 9%. Gold 13^. Bonds 12.
Tennessee's, coupon, 59>?; new 54%;
Virginia's, ex-coupon, 69>o; new 69;
Louisiana's, old, 75%; new 73; levee 6's
80;8's91; Alabama8's99; 5's 80; Geor?
gia 6's 85; 7's 93; North Carolina's, old,
46%; new 22^; South Carolina's, old,
87)|; new 81. Flour firm. Wheat ac?
tive, at lc. advance. Corn l@2c. better.
Pork lower-mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard
dull-barrels 15}4@15%. Cotton quiet
and firm-middling uplands 23%; Or?
leans 23%; sales 750 bules. Freights
7 P. M.-Money easy, at 6. Gold
steady, at 13%. Sterling steady, at 9.
Governments steady. Southerns quiet.
Cotton quiet and firm-uplands 23%.
Flour-State and Western a shade firm?
er and more doing-State 4.50; Western
4.45. Corn in good demand-old and
new mixed Western email@example.com. Pork
heavy and lower-27.62%. Lard heavy
and a shade lower-kettle 15%@16%.
Whiskey firmer, at lMf?l.O?. Sugar,
coffee and molasses firm. Freights quiet
cotton steam %; sail %.
BALTIMORE, April 18.-Low and me?
dium grades flour strong; choice winter
advanced %. Wheat very firm-Mary?
land firstname.lastname@example.org; prime 1.42; Pennsylva?
nia email@example.com. Corn firmer-white 1.06
(a\l.08; yellow 1.08. Oats steady, at 62.
Whiskey firm and scarce, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cotton quiet and steady-middling 22%;
sales 100 bales; stock 4,049.
BOSTON, April 18.-Cotton weak; sales
1,000 bales-middling 22%; stook 11,000.
CINCINNATI, April 18.-Corn in fair de?
mand, at 84(al87. Whiskey advanced,
but little offering, at 98@99. Mess pork
email@example.com. Bacon quiet, but firm
shoulders 11%@12; clear sides 16%@
IGLard held at 16.
ST. LOUIS, April 18.-Corn heavy, at
22J^@23%; yellow93@95; white 93?98.
Whiskey 1.00. Provisions dull. Pork
firstname.lastname@example.org 11%@12; clear
sidos 16%@16%. Lard quiet, at 15%@
CHARLESTON, April 18.-Cotton firm
and in fair demand-middling 21%;
sales 200 bales; receipts 124; exports
coastwi?e 407; stock 11,090.
AUGUSTA, April 18.-Cotton market
firmer; sales 450 bales; receipts 158; mid?
SAVANNAH, April 18.-Cotton in mode?
rate demand-middling 20%; sides 400
bales; stock 36,984.
MOBILE, April 18.-Cotton qniot and
steady-middling 2l}<?; sales 350 bales;
receipts 672; stook 52,258.
NEW ORLEANS, April 18.-Cotton firm
und in moderate demand-middlings
22%; sales 2,200; receipts 5,360; stock
15,818. Flour dull, at email@example.com.
Prime sugar 11>^@11%. Primo molas?
ses 70; re-boiled 65@70. Coffee in light
stock but firm-fair 16%@16%; primo
GALVESTON, April 18.-Nothing doing
in cotton-good ordinary 18%; receipts
922; stook 25,393.
LIVERPOOL, April 18-Noou.-Cotton
afloat 325,000 bales, of which American
PARIS, April 18.-The Bourse opened
firm-rentes 74f. 45o.
LIVERPOOL, April 18-Evening.
Shipments of cotton from Bombay since
last report, 50,000 bales; this is regarded
as excessive among tho cotton men at
HAVRE, April 18.-Cotton opened quiet
^f1?!?j!r^^ all ci u \ uv, .ly
OXNCUWATI . PRODUCE j AND PROVISION
MAIU?ET-Rep or tea by Moms & Reid,
Provision Brokers.-OiNonmATr, Ojar?,
April 13.-Tho provision market during
past week bas been quito active, ?nd au
advance on all hog products bas been
easily sustained throughout-closing to?
day nrm and fall prices have to be paid;
demand active. Bulk meats-shoulders
firm, at ll>?o.; packed sides not freely
offered, though we quote rib sides, at
14c. ; olear rib 14%, and olear 15/4', all
Saoked; demand good. Bacon-shout?
ers held firmly, at 12; clear rib sides
15%, and clear 1G1 ^, paokod; holders are
indiff?rent sellers; demand good. Lard
offerings more liberal of city kettled leaf,
at 10, in tieroes; 17}? in kegs. Hams
sugar-cured 17>jj@18, canvassed and
packed ; plain bacon hams 10. Mess pork,
city packed, $28.76(2)29.00; country 25o.
less. Rumps 21.00(0)21.00. Whiskey
high wines declined to 97. Corn-shelled
prime 87, ia bulk; 97, ia bags. Oats
market firm, at 57, ia balk; 62, in bags.
Hay firm-prime timothy firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flour market quiet-low grades 4.00(a)
4.25;superfino 4.85(214.50; extra 4.75(m
4.90, and family email@example.com.
-| /~V TONS Phoenix Island and Wilcox, Gibbs
L\J Ss Co's Manipulated GUANO, in store,
and for salo. Apply to
_Apri l_ 1?2_O HAM DE RS Sc. BRYCE.
YESTERDAY, on Main street, opposito
Bhivor's Store, a LADY'S BREAST-PIN.
Tho owner can obtain it by proving properly
and paying for this advertisement.
WE will pay $5,000 for the recovory of the
Currency, Gold and Pauk Dills, stolon
from our Bank on tho night of Saturday, 16th
inst., or ton per cent, upon tho value of any
portion thereof, and $1,000 for evidence to con?
vict the thieves.
April 10_SCOTT, WILLIAMS A CO.
Independent Fire Engine Company.
THE regular monthly meeting of j
this Company will bo hold at Inde?
pendent Fire Engine Hall, THIS
'EVENING, at 8 o'clock. By order.
April 19 1_G. T. BERG, Seorotary.
Columbia Lodge, No. 108, A. F. H.
A regular Communication will be
ibeld in Masonio Uah, THIS EVEN?
ING, at 8 o'clock. By order of the
W. M. Bf. C. MARK,
April 19 1 Secretary.
Threshing Machines-Reaping Ma?
chines, Horse Powers,
ON band and for sale at manufacturer's
prices, adding freight.
April 14_LOWRANCE St CO.
IHAVE JUST RECEIVED a full Stock of
MILITARY GOODS, suited to all grados of
Officers-both Field aud Staff.
April 10 Imo_WM. GLAZE.
MA Large and Comfortable HODSE, on
tho corner of Blanding and Pickens
streets. Inqniro at thin office. April 10
To tlie Working Claas.-Wo are now pre?
pared to famish all clauses with constant em?
ployment at home, tho wholo of tho timo or
for the apare moments. Business now, light
and profitable Persons of either sex easily
earn from 50c. to $5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sam by devoting their wholo timo to
tho business. Boys and girls earn nearly as
much as mon. That all who soe this notice
may send their address, and teat the business,
we make this unparalleled offer: To such as
are not woll satisfied, we will sond $1 to pay
for the trouble of writing. Full particulars,
a valuable sample, which will do to commence
work on. and a copy ot The People's Literary
Companion-ono of tho largest and host fami?
ly newspapers published-allsentfreo by mail.
Reader, ii you want permanent, profitable
work, address E. C. ALLEN A CO., Augusta,
Maine._Marah 10 jjjfSmo
MRS. 8. A. SMITH,
EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS,
Shoio Rooms oner C. F. Jackson's, Main street.
THE latoat stylos ol' BONNETS,
i HATS, juHt received. Also, plain
land clogautly-trimmed P ll ? 8 H
'PATTERNS, of all tho latest and
most reliable styles.
DRESS-MAKING, in all its
branches, attended with promptness, and on
reasonable terms. Lachen aro invited to call.
JUST received, imported direct from Bor?
Ons eaBk Brandenburg Freres COGNAC,
One cask Pinet, Castillon & Co.'?; very fine.
For salo bv GEO. SYMM EUS.
HAVING removed my placo of business to
tho stand formerly occupied by Dr. Berry,
next to Pollock Houso, my patrons will find
mo at that plano horoafter, with a full and
complete assortment of SPRING GOODS,
consisting of English. Fronch and Scotch Caa
simeres, Neck Ties, and Gent's Furnishing
Goods generally. A call is solicited.
March 24_JJ?. EIKENMANN.
THE fast trotting Messenger
Stallion DANVILLE will season
in Richland County, this spring,
at Agnew A Co.'s Livery ?Stable,
m Columbia, whoro ho can bo
seen; also, at W. H. Dowdy's, on tho Wood?
ward plantation in tho Fork, and alternately
at tho above places every nine days. For par?
ticulars apply at the abovo places.
Danville took tho first prize at our last State
Fair for speed, and can show as flue colts as
any in tho State._April 1 Imo
The New State Code,
INTERLEAVED and Hound, $2.50.
Paper Cover, not Interleaved, $1.00.
Acts of Legislature, 18(;9-'70, $1.00.
Official copies of tho abovo for sale.
Mail your orders to
BRYAN Sc McCARTER,
March 30 Columbia, S. C.
WE liavo in storo 250 dozen of Brade'6
hoavy Crown Stool HOES, Hrado's Light
Stool IJOOB and Rivetod Eyes. Elwoll's Picks
and Planters' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trado, and paid
for with gold at 11} to 124 Per cont, premium,
and wo confidently say wo aro prepared to
suit tho market. LOWRANCE A CO.
1AAA BUSHELS Pi imo FEEDING
AMJVf OATS, for salo hy E. HOPE.
Old Java Coffee.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
for salo at redncod pricoB. E. HOPE
~ Sweet Potato Blips.
ff rv BUSHELS YAMS and other Slips, in
.JVJ Ano order, for salo by E. HOPE.
.... t .'? .-.r?^It?fitl-IiO?t?. :
M two HEIfcERB, about tbroo year? old.
Ono no horna, and with white and red spots;
the other nearly red-a few white apota; each
with orvrfl croppod and with two splita. Lottor
"N" on tho hip of each. A ?attable reward
paid for their recovery. Apply to
J. P. it IO il DOURO,
About four miles from Columbia, on Camden
road. _ April 17 2
RAA BUSHELS COTTON SEED, of supe
Ovfvf rior quality. For particulars, *u
quiro at KRAFT'S BAKERY,
April 1 Main street.
Cheap Dry Goods.
SEW GOODS! NEW GOODS ! !
A I,AROK STOCK OF
Prints at 8c, 10c. and 12)0.
A No. 1 Long Cloth, at G yards for $1.
April 17_C. P. JACKSON.
ALL parties indebted to the late firm of
Brennen A Carroll A Co., are requested
to make immediate payment to tho under?
signed, and eave costs, as the business must
bo closed. CARROLL A SPELLMAN,
April IC 3_Survivors.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ETC.
^^^^^^P^P^^jl THE bushi OBS hero
let January last, since which time it has been
carried on by tho undersigned, under the firm
CARROLL ?St SPELLMAN}
who are extensively engagod in the manufac?
ture of BUGGIES, CA KUI AG ES, ROCKA?
WAYS, LIGHT WAGONS, Ac, and in repair?
ing the eamo. Thoy have now on hand a
handsomo assortment of Light Carriages,
Buggies, etc., which thoy offer at low figures
for cash, and to which they solioit the atten?
tion of purchasers. Terms casA only.
A. F. CARROLL. P. SPELLMAN.
Fine Gold Watch Chains
OF all the latest st vic?, for Ladies and Gen?
tlemen, for salo by WILLIAM GLAZE.
g AND Jj
THE FOLLOWING DRUGS. CHEMICALS,
MEDICINES, PATENT MEDICINES, Ao.,
will bo sold at prices sufficiently low to make
it pay dealers in thc interior of the State to
stop and buy. Buy goods wborover you oan
buy on tho best terms. We have every facility
for doing a wholesale business; and wo can as?
taire dealers thov will bave money by stopping
in Columbia and giving us a call
WE HAVE TO OFFER:
1.000LBS. SUPER. CARB. SODA, (English,)
100 lbs. English Calomol,
50 lbs. Gnm Opium,
10 ozs. Sulphate Morphine,
2,000 lbs. Epsom SURB,
Elixir of Barks.
Cod Liver Oil,
ALSO. AT RETAIL.
Liebcg's Extract Beef,
Calf'H Feet Jolly,
Gelatine, Tapioca, Sago, Pearl Barley, Hops,
Arrowroot, Extract Vanilla, Lemon, Pino Ap
plo, Or au ge. Pure Ground Spices, of overy
variety. Salad Oil, Port Wine, Medicinal
Brandy. For sale bv
F?SHER A HEINITSH,
April 9 ? Drnggists.
Life and Tontine Assurance Company
of the South,
2!) Broad street. Charleston. S. C.,
HAVING deposited $50,000 with the Comp?
troller-General for the protection of its
policy-holder*, will issue tho usual forms of
Lifo and Endowment Policies.
Jt is the most liberal Company to the Assured
in thc World!
The Charter guarantees to tho assured tho
cash surrender value of his policy aftor one
mumal premium has been paid, except in case
It is tho only purely mutual Company in the
It has no Stockholders. All surplus profits
must be dividod among the policy-holdors.
It ic thoroughly conservative.
Its investments are confined by charter to
the most solid securities, and it is under man?
agement of men of woll-oitablishcd ability
Person H desiring any inform?t ion will please
communicate with any of the oflicora.
WM. MCBURNEY, President.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Vico Pros, and Act.
GEO. E. HOGGf?. 8ec'y and Gen. Agt.
JOHN T. DARBY, M. D., Med. Advisor.
March 29 tl 8_
TnE Andes and tho Amazon, by Orton, with
plates and map. $2.50.
Hammer and Rapior, by John Eston Cooke.
Our Saturday Nights, by "Brick Pomeroy*"
Askaros Kassia, tho Copt; a Romaneo of
Modern Egypt, by Edwin DoLeon. $1.50.
Among My Books, bv Leigh Hunt.
Truo Love, by Ladt DoUeauclerk. $2.00.
Tho Spanish Barbor, by author of Mary
Tho Lifo of Our Lord, by Rov. Dr. lianna.
Tommy Try and What Ho Did in Science.
Earthly Paradiso, second serios; Autumn,
by Morrie, said to bo superior to Tennyson;
und other new books, for sale at
BRYAN A McOARTE R'S Book Store.
300 Barrels Flour.
FOR Bale by
March 2 LOWRANCE St CO.
IHAVE just roceived bv Express a fine as?
sortment or DIAMOND JEWELRY-Rings
fr om $10 to $250._ WILLIAM GLAZE.
Biscuit, Craokers, &o.
pf f\ BARRELS and boxes Fresh Crackers,
OUio., just received and for salo lo^, con?
sisting as follows:
Ginger Schnapps, Ginger Cakes,
Soda Biscuit, Butter Crackers,
Cream Bioouit, Cream Crackers,
Lomon Craokers, Egg Crackers,
And Boxes assorted Family Crackers.
March 9 J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
Now, HaM?ome, Desirable
CHU AP BUY OOODS
J. H. & M. L. Kl WARD'S
Our Spring and Sommer Stook
IN each of the twelve departments is now
fall and completo, to a close examination
of which wo invite attention, being determined
not to be under-Bold in any market South.
Our prioes aro uniformly low, and tho Goode
well bought whon prioes woro at the lowest
mark over vet or expeoted to reach.
DRESS GOODS prettier and cheaper than
Splendid Silks astonishingly low.
Irish Linonu at about half former prices.
Longcloths as cheap as boforo the war.
Hosiery in every style, size and price.
Broadcloths, ?assimeros, Vestings, etc, to
suit every tasto.
Laces, Embroidery and Ribbons within tho
roach or everybody.
Sheeting, Pillow Casing, at lowest market
Mourning Goods, being all imported, prices
Shirt Fronts, Linen and Paper Collars,
Tablo Damasks, DoylieB, Napkins, Ac, sub
I ject to the same heavy declino as other im?
A very heavy stock of Domestics at ruling
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Cor?
N. B. Wo have a competent mechanic to
put up Cornices and Window Shades, and lay
down Carpets. J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
April 17 _ 3m o
Must be Soldi!
WE have about $10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, more than wo can realizo on
this Spring, and wo aro anxious to
got rid of some of it, and will Boll
VERY CHEAP for that purposo.
Our stock is thc largest, in our
line, that has over been brought
to thia city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Largo lino of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
styles of MEN'8 "VENTILATOR
Best Fitting SHIRTS. It ia now
generally admitted that wo aro
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examino
II. ?i W. C. SWAFFIBLD.
From the Cloud!s Creek Quarries, Edgefield \
County, S. C.
THE abovo superior MILL-8TONES havo
boen "weighed in the balance (iron) and
not found wanting." Orders filled at short
notice. Address E. W. MoLENNA,
MarghgO ||12iCV2_Leesville, S. C.
Buy to the Best Advantage.
W. A? CARR & CO.,
Bridge street, near Gatos,
Oener ?xl Grocers
SELL GOODS as Cheap, if notCheap
l-jfclo'cr than any house in Columbia. Give
Ithom a trial. March 10
Early Gardens. Early Fruit.
ONION SETS, White Silver 8kins,
Onion Sets, Red Wothersflcid,
Extra Early Peas,
Early Head Lettuce,
Early Blood Beets,
Fresh Roods, diiocfc from Landroth, for sale
at FISHER A HEINITSH'S Drugstore.
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
QA A DOZEN Brade's CROWN HOES, as
OvU sorted sizes.
20,000 lbs. English PLOW STEEL, assorted
60,000 lbs. Genuine SWEDES IRON, asBort
The abovo aro of direct importation from
Stookholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, and
are, therefore, of superior qualities to Nor th?
orn imitations._J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for sale by
March 8_E. HOPE.
iy-t KITS North Carolina MOUNTAIN BUT
? i. TER fur salo low by tho package.
March 9 GEO. SYMMERS.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE botter COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for salo. Mine
is tho improved BOYD PR0LIF?C, which ox
cols any other. Tho price is $2.50 per bushel.
Aa examination of my proofs will no convinc?
ing. 1 rofor to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at tho growth, in Butcher Town.
Dec 3 _N. POPE.
PLANTING and for labio use: .
Early Rose, Early Goodrich, Pink-oye,
Poach Blow, Chili Red.
For salo by_GEO. SYMMERS.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely cxecntod.
Doo IQ_WILLIAM GLAZE.
2AAA POUNDS OF BACON STRIPS
.vJvJw and Breast Pieces,
ti casks Davis' Sugar-Cured Hams,
25 bbls., half-bbls. and kegs Leaf Lard,
300 lbs. Mutton Hams. For salo by
Fob 26_EDWARD HOPE.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS and ONION
BETS, at wholesale and retail.
Jan 14 EDWARD HOPE.
Granite? Marble and Iron for Bale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA. April 15, 1870.
ri conformity with a concurrent resolution
of tho two Houses of the General Assembly,
directing the Governor "to have the Capitol
Grounds cleared of the rubbish'and obstacles
with which they aro now encumbered, and to
dispose of, by public auction, auch of the
building materials, old iron, Ac, aa, upon
proper examination, may bo deemed unavail?
able for completing tho State Capitol," notioo
is hereby given that on TUESDAY, May 2, at
10 o'clock a. m., will bo sold, at tho Capitol
8quare, a large quantity of damaged Granito
and Marble, Old Iron, wrought and oast, Steel
Chisels, Ac, and other materials unavailable
for oomploting the Stato Capitol.
TERMS, cash on delivery, and tho materials
to be removed as Boon as practicable.
JACOB LEVIN, Anotioneor.
By order of tho Governor.
April IC }6 J.E.GREEN, Agent.
mw Charleston Republican copy 6 times oed.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS,
S. W. PORTER & CO.,
Have just returned from Now York, (the se?
cond time this season,) with another fine and
well-solected stock of choico
Which they are now offering to tho trade
VERY Ii O W DOWN.
Wo call especial attention to our.
Dress Goods Department,
Only asking a call from the ladies, feeling
sure we can please them. We believe wo are
selling the '
CHEAPEST GOODS IN COHIBIA.
In Spring and Summer - ? - ...rr .
CASSI BS E R E S ,
For Men's and Boys' wear, we defy comp o i it ion.
In fact, the slaughter we aro now' making in
DRY GOODS is really fearful to behold. Call
and see for yourselves, abd you will be con?
vinced. 8. W. PORTER & CO.,'
April 16 Mainstreet.
DRY MODS Ililli
REAR OF GREGG'S BUILDING,
Corner Hain and Taylor Streets.
WE are now propared to offer to Country
Merchants and the Trade a atook of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, &C"
Which for VARIETY IN STYLES and LOW
PRICES, cannot be surpassed in any market.
All goods ordered carefully selected, and
W. D. LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. McCREERY.
COL UMBI A HO TEL B UILDING,
Wo have each department packed full of NEW
i,' i v '?i i j ' 1. ' * '? ' ;
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
Of all tho latest importations and Ameri?
can manufactures, which will be sold at
Gold Prices for Greenbacks.
SILVER. GIVEN IN C II A N O E .
Wo are showing some rare novelties in LACE
MANTLES, and SHETLAND PANNIER MAN?
TLES. METTERNICH STYLE.
A full line of ALEXANDRE A OOURVOI
.3EER GENUINE r:u-:
At low prices.
Special Job Lots of Goods offered daily.
W. D. LO VE Si CO.,
March 29 Columbia Hotel Building.
DICKSONS IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
GROWN from 8eed purchased directly of
Mr. David Dickson, in 1807, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I will del ivor the Seed, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un
dor 5 bushels, or at $1.50 per bushel, for all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAREB, St. Matthew's, 8. O.
I roepoct fully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me last spring,
for information touching tho purity and supe?
riority of tho 8ecd, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Tabor. Fort Motte; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paulling, EBq., St. Mat?
thew's ; L.R. Beckwith, EBq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. BriggmannandW.B. Muller,
Esq., Oraugoburg ConrtHouso ; allcf Orango
burg County, S. C._Feb ll 3mo?
Stack's Corn Whiskey.
FOR salo by
March 2 LOWRANCEjfcjCq.
Living Writers of the Sonth.
SHORT biographies, lists of works, and ox
tracts from tho most popular volumes of
every living writer of tho Southern Unitod
States. Ry Professor Jamos Wood Davidson.
%* A vory largo handsomobook. Prioo $2.00.
Vashti/or Until Death na Do Part. By Au?
thor of Boaula, Macarla, &o. $2.00.
Tho Polar World-a popular description of
Men and Nature in tho Arctic nnd Antartlc re?
gions of tho Globe-illustrated. $3.75.
The Romaneo of Spanish History, by John
S. C. Abbott; with illustrations.
Pictoral Field Book of the War of 1812. Bv
Henson J. Lossing, author of Pictorial Field
Book Revolution. $7.00.
Photograph Albums, Pookot Cutlery, An., at
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S Bookstore.
Bonds and Stocks.
GOLD AND SI LY E R .
UN CURRE NT BANK BILLS,
Coupons, Mutilated Currency, Ac, Ac.,
ic, bonght and sold by^D. GAMBRILL,
Feb 15 3mo OfB'>e Col um hi a Hotel Building.