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PARIS, Maj' 16.-A.! decree bas been
published announcing Duke de Gram
mount, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
Jaquez Phillippi Megos, Minister of
Publie Instruction; Charles Ignace
Plieohon, Minister of Publie Works.
The Emperor's health is excellent.
The list pf fathers opposed to infalli?
bility nov? numbers over 100.
MADRID, May 16.-In Cortes, Satur?
day, a Repriblicau deputy, made a
speech wherein ho spoke of insurrection
as still existing in Cuba, notwithstand?
ing the reported statement on the part
of the Government that it had been
terminated. Senor Monet, Miuister foi
the Colonies, replied at some length,
persisting that the insurrection is really
onded. Predatory bands of insurgents
are still in Cuba, and some skirmishes
have lately occurred, but entire ordoi
would soon be restored. Official ne tvs
from tho Captain General, DeRodus,
gives universal satisfaction.
LONDON, May 16.-Fifty persons fron
Birmingham, by rail, armed with re
volv?is and with plenty of money, were
arrested as Fenians.
Motly and Clarendon have signed th?
FORT SCOTT, May 18.-An account o:
the most diabolical affair ever recorder
is published, in to-day's Monitor. Ol
Tuesday seven men, either Texans o
outlaws from Indian Territory, came t<
the town of Lodore, a few miles Soutl
of .here. After drinking all day the;
went to the boarding house of J. N
Beach and asked to stay all night. Be
ing refused on account of their drunkei
condition, one of tho party kuockoi
Roach insensible with a revolver, an<
then went to tho bed occupied by tb
two daughters, of Roach, aged twelv
and fourteen years, and ravished then
daring the entire night, using a knife t
accomplish their purpose. Roach re
vivod after a time, but feared to stii
knowing he would bo killed if he did
He describes the cries and entreaties c
the girls as heart-rending. A quarre
arose among the demons and one wa
shot dead while satisfying his last. A
daybreak the party fled, one taking wit
him to tbe wood-} the youugest girl. Th
town was immediately aroused an
parties started in every direction i
search of the fiends. Ttte one with th
girl waa soon overtaken and hung to
tree. Two others were found secrete
in town and were bung to tho same trc<
The remaining three were also captur?e
Two of them were bung. Tho other oe
at last accounts was in custody of tL
citizens, but will probably share tho fal
of his companions.
WASHINGTON, May 15.-Quartermaste
General Meigs has issued an order I
officers in charge of national ccmeterie
Instructing them to make all uecessai
arrangements, and afford proper facil
ties for tbe decoration of Union soldier
graves on the 30th of May. Ho hi
tarnished a copy of this order to tl
Grand Army of the Republio, tbi
officially recognizing, for tho first tim
the existence of that organization.
Tbe Cabinet, on Friday, decid?
against allowing tho Big Horn tai nil
expedition to start, until after coufi
enoe with the hostile chiefs now on th?,
way here. Gen. Augur, commandit
the department of the Platte, has bei
instructed to carry out this dotormiu
CHARLESTON, May 16.-Arrived
steamer Tennessee, New York; brig
C. Colson, Boston; steamship J. \
LACROSSE, WISCONSIN, May 16.
boy dropped a lantern ncur a leuki
barrel of kerosene on tho steamer W
Eagle, when it exploded, and a conf
gration occurred, dostroying tho vess
tbe Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway c
pot, and an elevator, with its conten
The passengers on the War Eaglo
caped by jumping into tho river; t
lives wera lost.
WASHINGTON, May 1G.-Congress m
Pierce, from the Fifth Mississippi L
triot, nominated a negro to West Poi
3 P. M.-In tho Senate, a bill grn
ing public lands in Alabama to tbe I
catar and Aberdeen Railroad, pass
In the House, bills were iutroduc
granting lands to the Now York and N
folk Railroad; for improvement of
Tombigbee River; to not exclude won
from Census Marsbalsbips; construct
a bridge across the Ohio, at Metropo
111.; granting lands for a rnilroad fr
Mississippi to the Arkansas River, ak
tho thirty-fifth parallei. Tho House
fused to order tho Reconstruction Ct
mittoe to report a bill for a general i
nesty, by a vote of 51 to 78.
The House postponed tho tariff
until after tho passage of all approp
tion bills, which is equivalent to an ii
finent postponement. Tho report ft
tho Ways and Means Committo, of a]
tial internal revenue bill, repealing n
of tho special taxes on gross sales, c
was received. Also, to reduce the
come tax to five percent., thoexomp
being raised to Si,500, and a bill was
ported from the Judiciary Committe
protect the colored population in the
orcise of suffrage, providing pains
penalties against any State officers oi
dividual citizens who attempt to pre
the exercise of that right. Tho u
largo number of bills wore reported
referred. Tho internal tax bill will c
up for action early next week.
Internal rovouuo receipts to-day,
Tbe new San Domingo treaty was
sent to tho Senate to-day. It is ?t
that tho House Committeo on Foi
Affairs favors subsidizing tho Calift
and China cabio ut 8500,000 per yer
Tho Seorotory of Slate requests
Governor of Michigan to prevent ai
expeditions from passing Sault St. I
Canal toward Ibo Rod River con
without express permission from V\
i ag ton.
Tb? Freodmon'a-Bureau-Howard cor?
ruption investigation is still in progross.
Nothing tangible has transpired. The
new internal revenue'bill was reported
to-day. It takes taxes off of nearly
everything, except fermented liquors,
distilled spirits, tobacco, cigars,' and
stumps; and income tax on sales, except
on liquor dealers, is abolished, also taxes
on legacies and successions..of gross re?
ceipts from railroad corporations, oto.,
though the tax on receipts of theatres and
lotteries is retained. The income tax is
fixed at five per cent., with an exemption
of Si,500; but 0*11 tho inquisitorial fea?
tures of the tax bill aro abolished. The
tax on gas, pianos, carriages, watches,
&o., is done away with. A tax of three
per cent, per annum is levied on all pub?
lie monies deposited in banks. Thc
amount reduoed is about S33.900.000.
The Grand Army of the Republic have
designated their officers tn superintend
the decoration of tho Union soldiers'
graves at Andersouville, on the 30th May.
ST. LOUIS, May 16.-Tho Indians
attacked a working party on the Kansas
Pacific Railroad between Kit Kursen nud
Willow Springs. Ten men, belonging
to the grading party, were killed.
NEW YOEE, May 16.-Gov. II oilman
vetoes the Arcade Railroad bill, which
proposed to run under Broadway.
TORONTO, May 16.-Troops continue
to leave for Red River. Tho gun-boat
Rescue leaves for St. Muries River, as
cautionary against Fenians.
FINANCIAL. AND OO.lIMKItCIAh.
NEW YORK, May 16-Noon.-Flour
dull and declining. Wheut a shade lower.
Corn dull and declining. Pork dull
mess 29.75. Lard dull, nt 16??@16)?.
Cotton dull; Bales 900 bales, at 28%
@23%. Freights dull. Money 5@6.
Gold Exchange-long 9}?; short
10j?. Stacks dull. Bonds 12%. Ten?
nessee 6's, ex-coupon, 63>?; new 56%;
Virginia's, ex-coupon, 69; uew 71 asked.
Lonisiuna 0'B, old, 75J?; levee 6's 93; 8's
91)4', Alabama 8's 10?; Georgia 7'B 95;
North Carolina'?, old, 41; new 24%;
South Carolina 7's, old, 93i^; now 82%.
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy with sales of
1.500 bales-middling uplands 23%;
Orleans 23%. Flour 5?10c. lower. !
Wheat l@2o. lower-winter red aud
amber Western 1.31. Corn declining
now mixed Western email@example.com. Pork
firm, nt 29.90(5j3).00. Lard dull and
heavy-kettle 16%@17. Whiskey steady,
at firstname.lastname@example.org%. Rico firm, at G>.?@7%.
Sugar in moderuto demand. Codee
firm. Molasses dull. Freights dull.
Money 3(aj5. Gold 14*g.
BALTIMORE, May IC.-Cotton dull nnd
declined %c.-middlings 23; sales 100
bales; stock 2.2G0.
CINCINNATI, Mav 1G.-Corn dull, at
98. Pork held firmly, at 30.00. Lard
?G.'.?. Bacon in fair demand-shoulders
13; clear rib sides 15^?; clear 1G.
LOUISVILLE, May 16.-Corn quiet.
Provisions firm. Pork 30.00. Lard 17.
NEW ORLEANS, May 16.-Cotton dull
and nominal-middling 22??@22%; sales
2,700 bales net receipts 5,277. Flour
firmer, 4.62)?@4.75. Corn-whitoscarco
and firmer, at 1.40; mixed email@example.com%.
Pork 31.00(^31.50. Bacon 13;V. barns
higher-sugar-cured 20f7z}21,,..<. Lard
tierce lG*.<(r?)17; kegs 19).i. ?agar quiet
-primo 11%. Others unchanged.
MOUILE, ?biy 16.-Cotton dull and
lower-aiddlings 22; sales 150 bales;
receipts 1.17G; stock 43,982.
SAVANNAH, May 1G.-Cotton dull
middling 21%; Bales 100 baloB; receipts
1,744; stock 37,504.
CHARLESTON, May 19.-Cotton flat and
nominal-middling 22%; sales 50 bales;
receipts 61; exports coustwise 1,488;
AUGUSTA, May 1G.-Cotton very dull
and prices declined-sales 87 bales; re?
ceipts 67; middling 21%.
LONDON, May l?--Noon.--Consols 94%.
PARIS, May 16.-Tho Bourse oponed
dull-rentes *74f. 92e.
LIVERPOOL, May 16-3 P. M.-Cotton
steady-uplands 11%; Orleans ll^a@
WY*. Bombay shipments since lustre
port to the 13th inst., 56.000 bales.
LIVERPOOL, May 16-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed quiet-uplands llJa"> Orleans
1\%@11%; sales 10,000 bales.
CINCINNATI PRODUCE AND PROVISION |
MARKET-Reported by Morris & Reid,
Provision Brokers.-CINCINNATI, OHIO,
May ll, 1870.-Provisions-mess pork is
in fair demand and firm, but other arti?
cles quiet, and, where changed ut all, are
easier. There is, however, no pressure
to sell, and tho trade generally seems to
retaiu confidence in the future Mess
pork-city packed of heavy overweight
was m4aired for at 29.50. but held at
29.75; country quoted at 25(7/>50o. below
city; rumps 23 00(5)25.00, us to quality.
Bulk meats-shoulders not saleable over
11).<, but hold at 11% looso; rib sides
will not bring over 14>?? loose, but held
at 14%, and by somo even higher; clear
rib sides quoted at 15)4 loose on spot,
but aro offered at 15,'? ut interior points;
clear sides nominally 15% loose. Buoou
-shoulders held at 12% packed, but a
salo was recorded at 12%; clear rib sides
eau bo bought at 16)? pucked, and aro
dull at that; clear sides in fair demand,
at 17 packed, but held %@% higher.
Lard-city kettle leaf eau bo bought to
somo extent at 1G in tierces, though not
offered at less than lGj^'; couutry held at
16, but nominal; primo steam nominally
16; greases 7j^(rtjl2, as to color. Hams
-sugar-cured firm, at 19@19^? can
vassod und packed, as to brand; second
pickled 17J?; plain bacon 17; no bulk
I offered. Corn-market opened strong,
but, under liberul offerings to arrive, and
closed quiet and dull; sales wero made
at 1.05 for ear, and shelled, on spot, but
more offered at this than was Bold; tales
1.03 to arrive, sacks 10c. per bushel more.
Oats-holders asking higher prices, but
buyers slow to follow the advance; re?
jected 55; No. 2 57; No. 1-mixed 69;
white 6l@G2 per bushel of 32 pounds;
sucks 5c. per bushol more.
ENGLAND, GBEEOE AND THE EAGT.
Gable telegrama from London and Yienna
inform ns that Great Britain is about to
investigate tbe circumstances attending
the late murders of ber subjects, by a
special commission. This is right, proper
and honorably national. John Bull is
also, as we are told from Austria, about
to constitute himself tho grand police
officer of the East, and in that capaoity
"clear Greece of brigands," providing
that King George makes a "temporary"
abdication. This is serious. There ure
no instances of temporury abdications
now-a-duys. A king out of sight is a
king out of miud. Tho Eastern ques?
tion is loomiug up darkly. England once
in Athens would bo a great power ou a
grand pivot, with a fulcrum uud leverage
utmost irresistible on either side.
HOGS DESTROYED EY FIRE.-Tho hog
pens attached to J. W. Gaff &. Co.'s
distillery, at Cincinnati, were consumed
by fire on Wednesday morning, and
about 3,000 hogs were destroyed. The
squeals und shocking cries of the animals
were heard one milo and a half. The
pens belonged to Gaff Sc Co., and wero
valued at $20,000, eu winch them was no
insurance. The hogs were the property
of Sadler & Co., whose loss was about
$55,000, and insured in borne companies
(or $15,000. Tho entire loss was $75,000.
Mr. Solomon, desirous of extensively
introducing the "Old Carolina Bitters"
it being a most excellent tonic as well as
u pleasant beverage-keeps an uru con?
stantly filled on hi3 counter, for the con?
venience of all persons desirous of test?
ing their virtues before purchasing. This
preparation has been extensively used
by some of the principal families in the
State, who guarantee its jjurity and effi?
Au English Parliamontary reporter
couoludes his report with: "A petition
was presented for the North Dublin
Union, praying for tho repeal of the
Union between England and Ireland,
when, tbere being no business of impor?
tance before the House, their Lordships
At a Fenian council held nt the Astor
House, New York, yesterday, those final
arrangements for the invasion of Cauada
HOTEL AIUUVAI.S, May 16.-Columbia Hotel
W L DoPaaa, J M Davia, J M Kershaw, John
Jutiusun, Camden; J H batea, Uudaden; J A
brun HIT, J M Crowley, Augusta; T li Daaheill,
.Mian; J A V.uguat, batcaviile; J li Ezdll, J Sul?
by, city; It T Frank, J li White, U a Army; E
rt stu*urt, Wfnusboro; W A bradley, Coo E
K?hlt, J E Thames, Charleston; Johu a Creen,
city; C A Trurubo, F F Di?'undeiiphcr, balti
tnoro; J A Jackson. Sumter; S F Houston, S C;
J ? Camp, N C; P D Hay, Society Hill; b Mau?
ley, Jr., Greenville; ft 1' Johnauii, Yorkvillo; Li
G Goodwiuo, NY; KC Logan, St Thomas; E
Deborry, Alex Mobun, Greenville.
Nicker ton House-li buutwright, Edgefield;
J G Gladden, Doko; J Woodruff, Cnurlestuu;
C \V Alexander, U Y McAden. J U Gay, J M
Leak, J T Cuit, N C; J E Jones, J M Dulauey,
P Lo ven?tica, baltimore; b S Pograw, O, C &,
A lt lt; G Chun tun, Jr, Philadelphia; J A Noyes,
Woal Virginia; W W Milatn, Ca; N barlow, ii
O Mauldon, NY; F ll Kt rf out, A T bald, Va;
Mm MJ Gage, Union; J V Netbory, S C; lt
McKay, Greenville; laaao branch. Abbeville.
R.OSKOO.-Th" Norfolk Dully Journal, of j
December ll, li t), says:
"Phis medicine ia rapidly guiniug conli
deucu of thu people, and thu numerous teali
inomala of ito virtuua, gi ven by practitioners of j
medicino, leaven no doubt that it ia a oaf?: mid
reliable remedy Tor 1MVOU1TX of TUE DLOOD,
T?o last Me tical Journal contains au arti?
cle Iroui Prof. lt. S. Newton, M. D., Preaiukmt
lot' tho E Modi-College, city ol New York, that
I speaks in nigh turma ot itu curativo proper?
ties, and g ivett a apecial recommendation ot ]
Koakuo to the practitioners of medicine.
This ia, we believe, thu tir?t instance where
auch medicines havo been oflicially endorsed
by tho faculty of auy of tho Medical Colleges, i
and reflects great credit upon thu akill of Ur
Lawrence, ita compounder, and also puta
?Koskoo" in tho VAN of all other medicines
of tho present day. V'iti
WHY WILL YB DIE?-Dtath, or what i?
woree, ia tho inevitable reanlt of continued
euapetibion of the menstrual jlmc. It ia a con?
dition which should not bo ti died wii h. Imme?
diate relief ia the only uatu-guiird against
conant ut ional ruin, lu all cujcb of aupproa
aiou, auaponuion or other irregn ar ty ot tho
"couraoa," Dr. J. bradlield'a FEMALE REOULA
TOU ia tho only auro remedy, lt a :ia by giv?
ing tono to the nervous centres, improving tho
blood and determining directly to tho organa
of menstruation, lt is a legit?malo prescrip?
tion, and tho moat intelligent Doctors uso l*..
Preparod by L. ti. bradtield, Druggiat, Atlan?
ta, Ga., at ?1 SO per Lott le, and auld by lo
apectablo Druggiata every where. MIS t?
OPINION OP TUE PUESS.-Wo take pleasure in
calling tho attention of our reader? to a very
reniai kable medicino, a notice of which ap
pears in tito Observer thi? morning-Uoin!tab's
.'QUEEN'S DELIGHT." There moat bo ?omo?
tin UK in it, for wo hear it spokeu of as a pre?
paration of much merit, and ono prepared by
Dr. Heiliitah himself, of distinguished phar?
maceutical reputation. The euphonious sou?
briquet, "QUEEN'S DELIGHT," hus m itself an
attraction which idiould commend it to our
lady friends in need of so excellent a medi?
cine, and wo suppose all would ho benefited
by itu uao. For ualo by FISIIEU it HEISlTfll,
KOO BUSHELS primo whito COHN,
?5.0\JKJtov aalo at tho lowest market
pries Tor caah. D. C. PE1XOTT? & SON,
Mavl73 Commission Merchants.
Columbia Lodge, No. 108, A. F. M.
SH A Regular Communication will be
^rfZfkheld in Masonic Hall, THIS EVEN
S^r^lNO. at 8 o'clock. Dy ordur of tho
*fJ/ Vi.ii. U. C. MAItK,
way 17 1 Mecrotary^
Independent Fire Engine Company.
THC regular monthly meeting of
"TC^Jth. thia Company will bo buhl at ludo
?LIM/J^I"'''1'1''' i' iro Engitio Hall, Til IS
3Cfc2 EVEN INO, at 8 o'clock. Hy order.
Muy 17 I G. T. BERG, Sfcretary.
?SHALL bo absent from tho city, and my
oflico closed until Monday, 2:iil instant.
All caaos set down for trial on tho 17th to 21et
mutant iticluxivo, will bo continued until
Wodueaday, 25th May, 1870.
A. L. SOLOMON,
_ May 17 5 _ TrJal^UBtice_._
THE RICHMOND BANKING AND INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, of Richmond. Va.,
having made the deposit reqnirod by the State
law of South Carolina, desire Agents in overy
District in tho State. Agents of experience
only in Firo Insurance wanted. Address
T. B. SPARKE, General Agent,
May 17 2* Box 203, Richmond, Va.
Eight Quarts for $1.00.
IGE CREAM MAKERS ind Other consum?
ers eau bo supplied dally, with ru RE
SWEET MILK, by calling on
May 17 8 MRS. WM. MoQUINNI8.
30 BOXES primo D. S. 8IDE8,
10 boxes primo D. 8. Bellies,
6 boxen sugar curod Breakfast Strips.
D. 0 PEIXOTTO & SON,
May 17 3 Commission Merchants.
2CASKS Davis' celebrated Diamond Hams,
25 bbls. strictly ckoico Family Flour.
1 bbl. Now YorkSpicod Tripo.
Just received and for salo at
May 17 1 Main street.
PROF. Mit.AM will opon a DANCING
?ACADEMY at tho Niokerson House, for
tho instruction of Gentlcmon aud La
dios, as well as young folks. Days of in
Htruotion, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at
5 o'clock p. m. Night Classes for Gentlemen
uamo oveuings, at 8 o'clock.
R?F?RENCES.-Messrs. Weam A Hix, Maj. i
McUreery, Maj. It. II. Lowrance, Mr. C. V. '
Jaimev. " May 17
AMIDDLE-AGED Woman as NURSE.
Good ruforencea required. Apply at tins
o flico. May 15
Another Lol Just In,
pf r\ BALES, euporlor to anything seen in
y\J this market, for Balo at my Auction
Room, for canh. JACOB LEVIN,
Corner Plain and Assembly street, near
Mitrkot._May 15 3
III AVE just received tho following list of
choteo WINES, comprising tho Quest Euro?
pean branda. "Thia is, without doubt, tho
largest and beet assortment over offered in
CLARETS.-Brandenburg Freres' Modoc,
St. Julien. Margaux, Pout et Cauet, LaRnse,
Chateau La Rose, Grand Vin Latour, 1858;
Margaux. 185S; ...aFitte, 1858.
nm its AND SAUTicUNES-Lanbcn
hcimcr, Ncerateiraer, flockheimer, Marco
ttruncr, Hildesheimer, Haut Sautorno, Haut
CIIAMPAGNKS.-Moot & Chandon's Ver
zenay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Gtoen
Heal. Bruch, Pouohor & Co.'a Lac D'Cr, Carte
D'Cr, Sparkling Moselle.
SHERRIES.-All Gradea, from hnuso of
Wisdom & W?rter, Xorus do La Frontera, in?
cluding nome vory ckoico "AMONTILLADO,"
worthy tho attontiou of counoiaours.
May 15_GEORGE BYMMERS.
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, V.
THIS elegant cstabliahment will bo opened
for tho reception of visitors on the tir?t
day of JUNE, 1870.
Tho Proprietors, with the experiencoof thc
latt summer, and having matte many changes
in tho different departments of tim extensive
Watering Place, each of which it will bc their
endeavor to IMPROVE, extend a pleasant recep?
tion to their patrons.
Tho Cottages aru largo and commodious,
separate and distinct from each other, and
lilted up with new Furniture.
Every effort of tho Proprietors will bo put
forth to make their guests comfortable, and
it will bo their aim to koop up tho reputation
of tho MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR.
Tho social as well as tho gay will Und that this
placo has peculiar advantages over many of
tho Watering Place? of Virginia.
Au oleganl Band of Music haB been secured.
Bowling Alleys, Billiard .Saloons and Baths
have been Titted up fer tho amusement and
comfort of guests.
Post Office, ExprcRB Ofiico.Telegraph Office
on tho promises for th o convenience and
intercourse with all paris of thc world.
Passengers will procure tickets Ola Virginia
and Tennessee Railroad to Big Tunnel, and
tako tho Springs Branch Railroad, which
lauds them directly in tho Reception House at
Board $3 per day; $20 pt>r week; ?70 per
For further participar?, address
WILSON ALOREN'lZ, Proprietors.
MHV 15 2mr?
Opening a Large Invoice
Linen Dress Goods,
IN ALL COLORS.
The Most Beautiful, Comfortable,
DRESS OF THE SEASON.
OURPRINTEDPERCALKS AND PRINTED
Whito and Buff Piques excel anything in
Tho ladies always rirrl EXACTLY what they
want, in our Lacis, Ribbons and Trimming
Tho Novelties of tho Season will bo ex?
hibited by un in e very class of Goods in our
lino, au the season advances, and at POPULAIt
PRICKS. W. D. LOVE A CU.,
May 8 Columbia Hotel Building.
BUSH. PRIME WHITE CORN,
tVUU winch will hu sold at lowest
mark?;t price, for cash, at
May 4 _ _HARDYSOLOMON'S.
Threshing Machines--Reaping Ma?
chines, Horse Powers,
ON hand and for ealo at manufacturer's
prices, adding freight.
April l l_LOWRANCE & CO.
DICKSON'S IM I'liO VE D COTTON S KED.
GROWN from Seed purchased directly ol
Mr. David Dickson, in 1807, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I w'ill deliver tho Seed, sacked in good order,
at tho Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 por bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 per bushol, for all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, St. Matthew's, 8. C.
I respectfully refer to tho below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of mo last spring,
tor information touching tho purity and supe?
riority of tho8eod, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Tabor, Fort Motto; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paulling, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's ; L. R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Uriggmann and W. B. Muller,
Esq.. Orangoburg Court House ; all of Orange?
barg County, S. 0. Feb ll 3mo*
NEXT 8E88IOK BEOINS 8BPTKUBBB ?TII.
TUE Institution has a faU'corps
of Instructors, a thorough course
Sof studies, and aims at a high
grado of Scholarship. Its superior
educational advantages, moderate
oxpensos, healthy location and
tnand mountain aconory, renders it well
worthy tho attention and patronage of the
Exp?nseos, including Board, Tuition, &c,
for session of ten months, about $210. A
slight advance on UI?B eutimato, for students
boarding in private families.
For particulars, catalogue, Ac., address
KEV. D. F. BITTLK, D. D.,
President of College
Or JULIUS D. DREHER, Traveling Agent,
Columbia, S. C. Mav 13 fi*
Special Lines of Goods
SEVERAL casos moro of those cheap LONG
Ten caseB more now atylo PRINTS.
Our entire atock of DRESS GOODS at a still
Wo have marked down tho whole stock of
Hosiery and GloveB.
Ladies' Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, CO
cents a dozen and upwards
Irish Linens, Table Damasks, Napkins,
Doylies and Housekeepers' goods generally,
which will pay well to buy now and keep.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Summer Under
vcBts. As thean goods always command a fair
profit, tho groat reduction will bo BOCU and felt
in tho pocket.
Wo will not particularizo any more. Our
entiro stock must bo Hold, to cnablo us to
tuako tho improvements which wo shortly in
tond to commence.
May 8 J. H. & M. L. KINARD.
House and Lot for Sale.
NOW occupied hy C. Bonknight. Lot ex?
tends full front on Plain street, and
about 250 foot front on Gatea and Lincoln
strcetB, anti covers nearly two (2) acres.
House baa twclvo (12) largorooma. Throe (3)
rooms have been built in tho yard lately, suit?
able for offices. There is also upon tho lot a
COTTAGE of tbrc-o (3) rooms, and other
out-housca, a largo and fino Garden. Water
and Gas throughout; ia shaded by a fino and
most beautiful Grote of Trees. Tho location
is oro of the most desirablo in tho city, being
near tho business parts, and propor distances
from Churches, Schools and Railroad Dopota.
Tho prico will bo low, and terniB easy. Apply
to ROBERT C. SHIVER.
May 3 tnf
BIB DO NS, SASHES,
WHITE GOOPS, m.
IHAVE on hand a quantity of DRE8S
TRIMMINGS, which I am offering very
low, to which I would call tho special attention
of tho Ladies,
A Beautiful Assortment of
BELTS, Ac, at very low
WHITE GOODS, of every description, and
very cheap; Swiss Mull, Figured Swiss, 'Parle?
ta ns, Nainsook and Mull M in I i UH, Bishop and
Victoria Lawns, Tapo Checks, Jaconet, India
Twill Long Cloth, Percales, Hamburg Edg?
ings, in Nainsook, Jaconot, Swiss and Linen,
Lace Collars, Laco Sets, Chemisettes, Seo.
May 1_C. F. JACKSON.
BOOT, SHOE, HAT & TRIM HOl'SE
HAS just recoivod a very largo and beauti?
ful stock of SPRING GOODS, selected
with groat caro, which will bo disposed of a?
low as tho times will admit. It is enough to
say to tho public, that our buyer was in tho
market lato in tho soasou, and reaped tho
benefit of tho recent and very great decline in
prices. In BOOTS and SHOES. 1 havo every?
thing tho oyo could fancy, and oach article
warranted as represented. My stock of HATS
can't be surpassed in st vie and quality, and
will guarauteo prices aa low aa any hoiiso in
I have paid apecial attention to my Jobbing
Stock, in both branche H, and am prepared to
oller raro inducements to tho trade.
Be ?uro to call ono door North of Columbia
Hotel, as early as possible, and aecuro bar?
guilla. A. SMYTHE.
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WA RE,
FAISCY ARTICLES, &C.
Special inducements aro offered to pur?
chasers, in consequence of tho low price of
gold, in tho lotion lng articles:
Fino 18K. Gold Pendant Winding. United
States, Elgin and Ainorican WATCHES.
Also, a large assortnientof Swiss WATCHES,
in Gold and Coin Silver Cases.
Ladios'atid Gout's GOLD CHAINS.
Ladies' and Mii-aoa' Hali Sets, Bracelets,
Channa, Ear Ringa, Brooches, Ac , Ac.
Solid Silver Waro, Meriden Triple-Plated
Waro, Fancy French Clocks, all grades of
American Clocks, Musical Instrumenta, Pia?
l?la. ?fcc, Ac.
Particular atlontion is called to a large aa
Hortnient of Funs, Portinonaios, ami Card
Cases, which will be sold very low.
REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY
personally attended to and warrant od._
' J ISAAC 8ULZ BACHER,
Columbia Hotel How, Columbia, 8. C.
Notice of Assignee's Sale.fj
PURSUANT to an order obtained, I will sell,
st Newberry Court House, S C., the notes
and accountaof Jacob Luther Aull, bankrupt,
oh Monday, tho 23d day of Mav, Inst. Terms
of salo ca*h. ISAIAH HALTIWANGER,
May 12 IQ_Assignee
100 Bales Hay.
FOR SALE bv
WELL8 & CALDWELL,
Near Greenville aud Charleston Depots.
? May ll
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias to
me directed, I will sell, on tho firat MON?
DAY ia Juno next, in frout of the Court
HOUBO, in Columbia, within tho legal houra,
the following property, viz:
Eighteon Mules and 150 head of Cattle,
levied on aa tho proporty of Thomas Davlo, at
the respectivo anita of G. \V. Williams & Co.
and Georgo L. Dial vs. Thomas Davis.
Terms cash. P. P. FltAZEE, ti. It. C.
May 17 mth_
Handsome Furniiure al Auction.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On THURSDAY MORNING next, at my Auc?
tion Room, at 10 o'clock. I will soil, a variety
of handaomo FURNITURE, among which
Walnut Groen Rep Parlor 8ett, Mahogany
Hair seat Chairs, Sofas, and numerous ar?
ticles, particulars of wbioh will be given in a
future advertiaoment. May 15
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS,
S. W. PORTER & CO.,
Havo just returned from New York, (the se?
cond time this Beason,) with another lino and
well-aelccted stock of choice
Which they are now offering to the trade
VERY LO AV DOWN.
Wo call especial attention to our
Dress Goods Department,
Only asking a oall from the ladies, feeling
suro wo can please thom. We believe wo are
CHEAPEST GOODS IN COLUMBIA.
In Spring and Summer
C AS 81 MERES..
For Men's andBoya' wear, we defy competition.
In fact, the slaughter we are now making in
DRY GOODS ia really fearful to behold. Call
and seo for youraolves, and you will bo con?
vinced. 8. W. PORTER & CO.,
April 15_;_Main street.
How Lout! How Restored X
Just published, iti a sealed envelope. Price 6 cts.
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT?
MENT, and Radical Caro nf Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
Soxual Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
generally; Norvousnesa, Consomption, Epi?
lepsy, and Fits; Montai and Physical Inca?
pacity, resulting from Self Abnae, Ac, by
Robt. J. Culverwell, M. D., author of the
"Green Book," &c.
"A BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFEBEBS."
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of sis cents, or
two postage stamps, bv CHA8. J. C. KLINE
A CO.. 137 Bowery, New York.Foit Office
Also Dr. Culvorwell'B "Marriage Guido,"
prico 25 cents._May 3 3mo
Blust be Soldi!
WE havo about $10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, moro than we can realizo on
this Spring, and we are anxious to
get rid of some of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP for that purpoBO.
Our atock ia tho largest, in our
lino, that baa ever beon brought
to this city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Large line of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
nATS AND CLOTHING. New
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Beat Fitting SHIRTS. It is now
generally admitted that we are
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
R. Ai W. C. 8WAPFIELD.
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY IS IT TUB BEST!
Scams all right.
It will take fifty
stitches to the
inch fluor than
any otbor Ma?
chine. It will
sow heavier and
than any other
Machino. It uaes
any and every
kind of Thread.
It sews Starched
Goods as well as
sew9 tho moat delicate, thin, soft fabric with?
out drawing. It sews a Bias 8eam as weU as
any otbor. W. D. LOVE A; CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
NovtjfO Smo Sole Agents.
To Trial Justices.
SUMMONS, RECOGNIZANCES, and otbor
Abbott's Form Book, in two volumes.
Ti lllnghaet's PRACTICE and MODE of PRO?
CEDURE. t , , ,
Whittaker's Practice, all useful books to
I Trial Justices, for aale at
BRYAN & McCARTER'S Bookstoret
Batter and Cheese.
CHOICE Goshen BUTTER and prime
Factory CHEESE, just received, and for
.ale lowW_J. i' T. R. AGNEW.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
FULL suppJv of Frosh GARDEN SEEDS.
For aale by E. HOPF.