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. VuboiiA, May 22.-Tho Imperial de
creo dissolves the Biohsrath and Diets of
tho varions provinces, New. elections
aro ordered for this body. Shonld the
Diets fail to elect deputies to the Richs
Tflth, the Go vcr union t will appeal to the
people for that purpose.
Signor La Pasini, Vice-president, is
The province of Entre Bios, in the
Argentine Republic, declared war against
Murk Lemon, editor of Pundi, is dead.
Sir John Simeon, Catholic member of
Parliament for the Isle of Wight, is dead.
LONDON, May 24.-A family of five
persons were murdered a few miles from
tho oity, to-day. A lady of the family
was to have been married to-day. It is
supposed to have some connection with
the affair. No clue to the murderer.
LIVERPOOL, May 24.-An explosion
ooourred on the barque Asteria, off
Land's End, killing the captain, one
sailor and nearly destroyed the vessel.
CHICAGO, May 22.-A large number of
railroad laborers at Kit Carson will strike
unless supplied with arms wherewith to
defend themselves against Indians. They
threaten to seize trains and como East?
Ad vic os from the Red Bi vor country
report an Indian outbreak imminent.
WEST POINT, May 22.-Thirty soldiers
of the Sapper Corps deserted on account
of alleged harsh treatment. Tho Go?
vernment has offered fifty dollars each
fdr their capture. A large number of
the poorer citizens of West Point have
joined tho soldiers in pursuit.
PHILADELPHIA, May 22.-The spirit of
the General Assembly of tho Presbyte?
rian Church, in session in Philadelphia,
in reference to organic union with the
Southern Presbyterian Church, is most
favorable, and of a cordial character, as
was evident when" resolutions were intro?
duced, and made still moro manifest by
utterances of prominent ministers. The
sentiment seems to bo unanimous. It
was particularly noticeablo in eloquent
S'assag?s of Dr. McCosh's discourse to?
ny, in Assembly Church. He said dele?
gates will be sent to tho General Assem?
bly sitting in Louisville, to convey the
salutation of the Assembly here, and
?ireseut resolutions that were uuanimous
y adopted. Tho delegates who will bo
Bent are spoken of as men of great libe?
rality of sentiment, aud notwithstand?
ing they have been prominent men in
Northern Assemblies, will still faith?
fully represent tho earnest desire of tho
Assembly for re-union.
NEW YOBK, May 23.-Tho cotton
movement for the past week is larger,
both in receipts and exports; receipts at
all points, 44,055 Indes, against 38,220
last week, 57,836 previous week, and
50,504 three weeks since; recoipls at all
ports for tho expired portion of cotton
year, 2,719,023, against 2,020,025 for
the corresponding period last year,
showing au increase of 098,771 bales;
exports from all ports 45,787, against
51,240 lost week and 41,020 for same
week last year. Total exports of unex?
pired portion of tho year is estimated at
1,884,933, against 1,318,952 for tho cor
respoding period last year. Receipts
for the past week exceed tho previous
week 5,000, but exports fall off in a cor?
responding degree; receipts at tho ports
in immediate future will depend some?
what on tho prospects of tho growing
plant. If tho crop promises well, plant?
eurs will market tho balance of tho crop
rapidly; but should the new crop meet
serious drawbacks, and there are already
complaints from some sections, planters
will hold cotton for botter prices. Tho
bulk of cottou has beeu marketed, and
tho season is drawing rapidly to a close.
Bankers have advanced tho rates of
sterling, in consequence of the falling
off in exports, to within a fraction of tho
specie shipping point for gold coin.
Already Canada coin has gone forward,
and on Saturday the stoamer Dauan took
$350,000 in gold bars. This shows an
important bearing of tho cotton trade ou
foreign exchange, and is likely to bo fur?
ther illustrated iu tho immediate future.
Government's aro relatively higher hero
than in Europe, and railroad securities
have received a severo blow on tho other
side; this leaves the country tho alterna?
tive of shipping of other produce than
- cotton to lill tho gap, or to ship gold.
As an instance of tho dullness of export.?,
some European steamers have gouo out
with stone ballast, owing to tho small
amount of freight and low rates. Stock
of cotton at all the ports 317,519, against
322,399 last week, and 188,810 this week
last year. Stock in interior towns is
59,709, against 03,715 last week, and
31,572 this week last year. Stock iu
Liverpool 590,000, against 383,000 last
year. Stock of American cotton aflwat for
Liverpool was 122,000, against 184,000
last year. Stock of India cotton afloat
for Europe 197,000, against 448,000 last
year. Begarding tho now crop, advices
are generally favorable, though some
complaints of cold and unfavorable wea?
ther. Estimates of tho now crop were
somewhat decreased during the week.
HAMILTON, May 24.-The Ontario
train of Pullman cars, with tho Boston
Board of Trade, passed to day, at tho
rate of fifty milos an hour. The Trans?
continental, a morning newspaper, is
published on thc train. BJiBKBH
ST. LOUIS, May 24.-There has been
a lightning storm in this vicinity. As
far as heard, thrco persons have been
MEMPHIS, May 24.-A report, declar?
ing tho action of Mr. Smithson, Trea?
surer of tho Foreign Board, for invest?
ing funds in Erie stock during a wild
Wall street speculation, elicited a long
debate. No aotion.
LOUISVILLE, May 24.-Huntsville,
Ala., bas been chosen as tho next place
of meeting of tho General Conference.
Delegates from the Associate Beformcd
Church nnd tho Cumberland Presbyte?
rian Church were fraternally received.
Kaw fo?ot; it?aV . 24L-^-The' Alemania
tat OB a quarter of ft million in tr ensure
to Europe. ,
CALAIS, ME., May 24.-The timber
between hero omi St. John's is burning.
There is great deatruotion. ..."
LIANOASXBB, PA;, May 21.-The Phila?
delphia express trab, going. East, this
morning collided with.an emigrant train.
One employee was killed and several
emigrants hurt. Cause-a misplaced
BUFFALO, May 24.-There is some
activity among the Fenian leaders.
Men have been quietly concentrated at
the rendezvous hero; it is impossible to
say at this timo where tho invasion will
be made. The point first attempted
may be a blind, lt ia thonght the fron?
tier is lined with meu. It is reported
that the United States steamer Michigan
baB taken up a position at Port Golborne,
Canada, to protect the Welland Canal.
BOSTON, May 24.-300 red men, sup?
posed to be Feninn8, left on the North?
ern train yesterday afternoon and even?
KOCHK.STEH, May 24.-A car load of
Fenia?s passed North last night.
CHAKI?ESTON, May 24.-Arrived-steam?
ship Prometheus, Philadelphia; schooner
Mary E. Dana, Portland, Me.
WASHINGTON, May 24.-Reports from
Sault St. Mario, Montpelier and Buffalo,
say the presence aud activity of a number
of strangers, supposed to be Fenians, aro
3 P. M.-In the Senate, Terry asked
leave to present a memorial of the citi?
zens of tho Dominican Republic, pro?
testing against annexation. Pomeroy
objected and permission was refused, on
tho ground that petitions, except by una?
nimous consent, can bo received only
from oitizens of the United States. Har?
lan spoko on the bill for the sale of the
Osage Indiftu lands. Tho legislative ap?
propriation bill was taken up.
In the Senate, Harlem delivered a
speech in favor of selling the Osage In?
dian lands in Kansas and defending set?
tlers thereon. Tho appropriation bill
was resumed, and nu nmendmout to ap?
propriate $450,000 in aid of the Louis
Canal was debated, but finally with
drawn. Au amendment to prohibit tho
admission of nuy pardon or amnesty, as
evidence in the Court of Claims in sup?
port of the loyalty of the Act, as was de?
bated in the conference report on tho
bill to enforce tho right of citizens to
vote in tho several States, was discussed.
The report simply makes the bill moro
lu the House, Lynelle's bill for the
revival of American shipping, bas been
disonssed all tho morning, and at 1
o'clock was defeated by yeas 87; nays
lu tho House, the closing debate on
Lyncbe's bill to promote American com?
merce was heard. Tho appropriation
bill was resumed. Vorhees moved to
strike out tho appropriation for the Con?
sulate at Saint Jago DeCuba, and called
the attention of the House to tho lute
outrages perpetrated in that city. That
tho United States Hag did not protect
tho American citizens. A general de?
bate ensued', in which a number of mem?
bers participated. The debate continued
up to adjournment. Gen. Banks said
the Committee ou Foreign Affairs would
bring tho whole question beforo the
Houso in a few days.
General Jordan, of Cuba, dined with
the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the
House and Senate, this evening, by in?
Internal revenue receipts to-day nearly
Tho Committee of Conferenoe, on tue
bill enforcing the fifteenth amendment,
agreed upon u report, which was signed
by Senators Stewart and Edmonds,
Representatives Bingham and Davis
Senator Stocktou and Rcprescutivc Kerr
declining to sign it. The principal
amendments aro on tho thirteenth nnd
twenty-first sections, aud they do not
alter the general sense of the bill, but
make it moro explicit.
Tho President has issued n proclama?
tion setting forth that it has como to bis
kuowledgo that sundry illegal military
enterprises and expeditious uro on foot
within tho United States with a view to
carry on war against the people and dis?
trict of Canada, within tho domaius of
Queen Victoria, with whom thc United
States are at peace. Tho President,
therefore, admonishes ull good citizens
of tho United States, all persons within
the jurisdiction of the samo, against
aiding, countenancing, abetting or tak?
ing part in such unlawful proceedings,
and warns all persons that by commit?
ting such illegal acts, they forfeit all
rights to protection from this Govern?
ment or to its interference in their be?
half to roscuo them from the conse?
quences of their own act; and ho enjoins
all officers of tho United States to em?
ploy all lawful authority and power to
prevent and defeat the aforesaid unlaw?
ful proceedings, and to arrest and bring
to justice all persons who may bo en?
During a storm, on Friday morning,
several houses in Bouudbrook, N. J., in- !
eluding tho railroad depot, were struck
by lightning, and a farmer named Robert
Merryfield was killed and his son badly
In Shepherdstown, West Virginia, on
tho evening of tho 16th instant, Mr. J.
H. Spohu committed suicido by shooting
himself in tho foreheak with a revolver.
It is supposed tho deceased was purtially
Collectors of internal revenue through?
out tho country aro in nrrears over $3,
000,000, and they are to bo sued.
CUSHINGS & BAILEY.
BOOKSELLERS AS)) STATIONERS,
202 Ballimore street, Baltimore, Md.
THE Largest and Best Assorted Stock
in tho city, of School, Law, Dental, Me?
dical. OlaBBical, Religious and Miscella?
neous BOOKS; Bank and Counting House
STATIONERY, of all Kinds.
?-BLANK BOOKS manufactured to ordei
in any style of binding and ruling. M 1 :13ra
PXNAI?OIAI* AND CoilMEUCIAl,. S
NEW YORK, May 21-Noon.-S took B
steady. Govern mon ta weak. Bonds 11^.
Gold steady, at 14'?. Exchange and
money unchanged. Tennessee G's, ex
coupon, 60%; new 55%; Virginia 6's, ex
coupoD, 69; new 69)4 asked; Missouri 6's
91%; Louisiana G's, old, 76^; new 75
asked; levee 6's 75J?; new 75??; 8's 93
asked; Alabama S's 101}4; S's 75; Geor?
gia 6's 87; 7's 95; North Garolina 7's, old,
47?ii; new 25; South Carolina 7's, old, 95
asked; new 80. Flour more steady.
Wheat and corn lc. better. Pork quiet
firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dull-bbls. 16 steam.
Cotton quiet; sales 600 bales-middling
uplands 22%; Orleans 23*?. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton dull, with sales of
1,000 bales-middling uplands 22%; Or?
leans 23>?. Flour a shade firmer-State
email@example.com: Western firstname.lastname@example.org; South?
ern steadier, at email@example.com. Wheat
steady. Corn firmer-now mixed West?
ern firstname.lastname@example.orgJ?. Pork firmer, at 29.75
@30.00. Lard firm-kettle 12??@12J?.
Whiskey unchanged. Bice steady
Caroliua 6%@7%. Sugar firm. Coffeo
quiot. Molasses didi. Freights quiet.
Money easier. Gold active, at 14??@
BALTIMORE, May 21.-Flour dull and
favors buyers. Wheat unchanged. Whito
corn dull, at 1.15; yellow very firm, at
1.13. Oats dull, at 62@G5. Provisions
and whiskey unchnnged.
CINCINNATI, May 21.-Corn cosier.
Wheat 95(0*97. Whiskey unsettled, at
email@example.com. Provisions dull.
LOUISVILLE, May 21.--Wheat 1.20.
Provisions quiet-pork 30.00. Shoul?
ders 13|.i; sides 17?VI}^. Lard 17.
ST. LOUIS, Muy 21.-dioico corn
heavy, at firstname.lastname@example.org; primo to fancy white
email@example.com. Whiskey dull, at 1.01.
Provisions dull. Pork 31.00. Shoul?
ders 13).,'; sides 17??(?0172?. Lard
NEW ORLEANS, May 24.-Cotton dull
ami unchanged-middlings 22J^"; sales
2,000 bales; receipts 2.9G5. Flour
super, firmer; other grades easier, at
4.50(V?}4.75. Coru drooping-mixed
1.35(^1.40; whito firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork
firmer, at email@example.com. Bacon un?
changed-hams 21((ji22. Lard, sugar,
molasses, whiskey and coffee unchnnged.
MoniLE, May 24.-Cotton dull and
nominal-middling 2i)?; sales GOO bales;
AUGUSTA, May 24.-Cotton market
quiot but steady; offeringu light; sales
310 bales; receipts 134; middlings 21}
CHARLESTON, May 24.-Cottou dull
middliug 21;,.i; sales 100 bales; receipts
100; stock 2,475.
SAVANNAH, May 21.-No cotton offer
ing-middling 21 J?; sales 200 bales.
LIVERPOOL, May 24-Noou.-Cotton
steady-uplands 10%@11; Orleans H^.
Yarns and fabrics at Manchester quiet.
LIVERPOOL, May' 21-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed irregular-uplands 10J?@]l;
Orleans llj.i'; sales 10,000 bales.
\ NEW DISCOVERY ! !
Salvation for the Flair.
WITIION^KDIMENT : !
OPfc?^r^niK LIGHT ! : !
For Restoring to Graydiair its
PHALON'S "ViTALi^^lirTcTS ut?
terly from all th^tfair coloring
It is lbwT^Mtl, sweet smelling,
precy^ftates no muddy or slimy
matier,rcquires no shaking, im?
part no stain to thc skin. Hold
it tc\he light and it is clear anti
clou\jcss. It leaves no mark on
thc seato ; yet it reproduces in
gray hainiicnatural color that
time or sicl^Q^niay have
bleached out of it7**VJw
is for one sole purposc.Jnat of
rcproducing,\vith absolute cer?
tainty, the naturalisier of thc
hair. It is noL^titended as a
daily dressiu?^nor for removing
scurf or dandruff ; nor for cu?
ring baJCness; nor for stimula?
ting rJte growth of the hair.
Thesf objects may be accom?
plished after the color has been
fixed with thc Vitalia, by Pha?
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo
THE ViTAu^i^a harmless
and unequaled predication for
the reproduction of ?ie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,nlid noth?
ing else. This is accoJuplishcd
in from two to ten applications,
according to thed4pth of shade
required. SgUroyall druggists
Law Books on the New Code.
ALSO, a Variety of NEW LAW BOOKS
Acts of Legislature, Ac, for salo hy
April 20 BRYAN A MoCARTER.
TIIE O AME for this Soaeon. A larfce assort?
ment, some quite cheap; direct from tho
manufacturers, for sale at
BRYAN A McCARTER'S
April 20 Bookstore.
OUR POPULAR SALES
DRY GO ODS
COMMENCES FROM TRIS DATE
WITH STILL LOWER BASIS OF
Another invoice of thoao
Cool, Comfortable and Cheap Linen Suits
* for Ladles.
Having lately replenished tho
That branch of onr business offers superior
indnconicnts to tho Trade; and wo aro incased
to know wo have mado no idle promises.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. I). LOVE. B. B. St'CttEltKY.
Jd ay 22_
Falt?n Market Pickled Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for salo by
March 8_E. HOPE.
To all Whom it May Concern.
HAMBURG, S. C., JANUARY 1G, 1870.
BEING appointed and commissioned as thc
Bocoiver of tho Hamburg Bank, all par?
ties having transactions with said Bank will
communicate with FRANK ARNIM.
Threshing Machines-Reaping Ma?
chines, Horse Powers,
ON hand and for salo at manufacturer's
priooB, adding freight.
April 14_LOWRANCE A CO.
Bay to the Best Advantage.
Wa A,T?RY& co..
Bridge street, near Gates,
<3t-?ia.e>i- vtX Gi-rocers
SELL GOODS aa Cheap, if not Chcap
ftrj-^Mcr than any houao in Columbia. Give
^'. ?.??Lhein a trial. March 10
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER AND FLATED WARE,
FANCY ARTICLES, &Ce
Special inducements aro offered to pur?
chasers, in consequence) of the low price of
gold, in tho iollowing articloB:
Fine 18K. Gold Pendant Winding, United
States, Elgin and American WATCHES.
Alao, a largo assortment of SW?BB WATCHES,
iii Gold and Coin Silver Casca.
Ladioa'aud Gent's GOLD CHAINS.
Ladies* and Miaaoa' Half Seta, Bracelets,
Charma, Ear Ringa, Brnochca, Ac, Ac.
Solid Silver Ware. Mcridou Triplc-Platod
Ware, Fancy French Clocka, all gradea of
American Clocka, Musical Instrumenta, Pis?
tols, Ac, Ac.
Particular attention is called to a largo ns
aortmcnt of Fans, Portmonaica, und Card
Caaes, which will bo aold very low,
REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY
personally attended to mid warranted.
Columbia Hotel How. Columbia. S. C.
2AAA POUNDS OF BACON STRITS
. V/v/vJ and Breast Pieces,
5 casks Davis' Sugar-Cured Hams,
2"> lillis.. balf-bbls. and kegs Loaf Lard,
300 Iba. Mutton llama. For salo bv
Feb 20 EDWARD HOrE.
BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at lov
I \ I llguros.
30 boxea Fair Chewing Tobacco.
.1 boxea Extra Rock City Chowing Tobacco.
.1 boxea Commonwealth Chewing Tobacco.
10 boxea Roso Bud Chewing Tobacco.
Julyj20_ _ _JOHN C. SEEOERS. _
State of South Carolina,
COLUMBIA, May 3, 1870.
WHEREAS, a vacancy exista in the repr??
sentation of tho First Congressional
Diatrictof South Carolina, occasioned by tho
resignationjof Hon. B. P. Whittemoro, now,
therefore, I, Robert K. Scott, Governor of the
State aforesaid, do hereby issue thia, my
Proclamation, that an election to till said va?
cancy will bo held at tho several election pre?
cincts in said Congressional Dietrict, on
TUESDAY, tho 31st day of May, inst.
Tho Commissioners of Elections, appointed
in pursuance of an Act providing for the next
general elections, and tho marmor of con?
ducting tho same, approved September 20,
1803, aro authorized and directed to conduct
tho said special Congressional election, and to
mako all neceaaary arrangements therefor;
and oach of thom aro lioroby required, after
duo publication, nod with strict regard to tho
provisions of tho Constitution, und of the
lawa of tho State touching their duty in such
caBC, to cause auch election to he held on tho
day aforesaid, and to Uko all tho necessary
stops for the holding of auch election, and for
tho ascertaining ami determining the person
who ahab have been duly elected thereat.
Given under my hand and tho seal of tho
State, in tho city of Columbia, this,
3d day of M ay, in the year of our Loni
Ssr'vT"^0,10 thousand eight hundred and
&u?k'J? sevonty, and in tho ninety-fourth year
of tho Independence of the United
States of America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CAIWOZO, Secretary of State.
May i w4
Fresh Goods at Low Prices.
1 f\ r\i\f\ LBS- MACON HAMS, Sides
1U.UUU and Shoulders.
300 bbls. Family and low-pricod Flour.
20 kits Mountain butter.
50 bblR. Relined and Cr UH lied Sugars.
March 25 For salo by E.HOPE.
- B?F?BE , . <?'
IN ORDER TO REDUCE MY STOCK, PRE
viona to lat Joly, prices Trill be greatly re?
duced, and many articles sold regardless of
COST, to clear thom ont. .ciif.;
I deem it unnecessary to enumerate, as I
keep evory artiolo usually found in the DRY
I lia ve on band a lot of
which I will sell very low, to get them out of
The attontion of tho community is respect?
fully called to tho above.
C. F. JACKSON.
WE will pay $5,000 for tho recovery of tho
Currency, Gold and Bank Bills, stolen
from our Bank on the night of Saturday, lGtb
in Ht., or ten per cent, upon tho valuo of any
portion thoroof, and $1,000 for cvidonco to con?
vict the thieves.
April 19_SCOTT, WILLIAMS A CO.
Biscuit, Crackers, &c.
pr f \ BARRELS and boxes FrcBb Crackers,
Qy io., just received and for salo low, con?
sisting as follows:
O inger Schnapps, Ginger Cakes,
Soda Biscuit, Butter Crackors,
Cream Biscuit, Cream Crackers,
Lomon Crackers, Egg Crackers,
And Boxes assorted Family Crackors.
March 9 ._*T- R. AGNEW.
COI/UMIIIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly.located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
Honso in the South for comfort
_laud healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and othors seeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
nico, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
tho different depots-passengers carried to
and from the Hotel freo of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A. WRIOTTT.
THE extensive uso of theao WATCHES for
thc last lifteon years by Railway Conductors,
Engineers and Exproaomcn, thcmoBt exacting
of watcb-wearorS) has thoroughly demouatrat
cd tho strength, steadiness, durability and
accuracy of tho Waltham Watch. To satisfy
that chins in all t liceo respects, is to decide
tho question as to the real value of these time?
Moro than -450,000 of these watohes aro
now speaking for themselves in tho pockets of
tho people-a proof and a guarantee of their
superiority over all others.
The superior organization and great extent
of tho Company's Works at Waltham, enable
them to produce watches at a prico which
renders competiotion futile, and those who
buy auy other watch, merely pay from 25 to
50 per cent, moro for their watches than is
Wo aro now selling Waltham Watches at
less prices in greenbacks, than tho gold priceB
before thc war. There ia no other manufac?
ture of any kind in tho United States of which
this can bo aaid.
'lheso timc-piecca combine every improve?
ment that a long experience bas proved of
roal practical use. Having had the refusal of
nearly evory invention in watoh-makiug origi?
nating in this country or in Europe, only those
weru finally adopted which severo tosting, by
thc moat skillful artiaans in our worka, and
longUBC on tho part of tho public, demonstrat?
ed to bo essential to correct and enduring
Among tho many improvements wc would
Thc invention and use of a centre-pinion of
peculiar construction, to prevent damage to
the train by tho breakage of main-springs, is
original with tho American Watch Company,
who, having had tho refusal of nil other con?
trivances, adopted Fogg's patent pinion ns he
ing the heat and faultless.
Hardened and tempered hair springs, now
universally admitted hy watch-makers to bc
tho best, are used in all grades of Waltham
All Waltham Watchos havo dust-proof caps,
protecting thc movement from dust and les?
sening thc necessity of tho frequent cleaning
necessary in other watches.
Our now patent stom-winder, or keyless
watch, is already a decided success, and a
groat improvement on any stem-winding watch
in the American market, and by far thc cheap
cat watch of its quality now offered to the
public. To those living in portions of the
United States whero watch-makers do not
abound, watches with tho above mentioned
improvements which tend to insuro accuracy,
cleanliness, durability and convenience, must
Every watch guaranteed hy tho Company.
To prevent imposition, buyers should ace
that every watch should bear cither of tho
following trado marks:
American Watch Co.Waltham, Mass
Am'n. Watch Co.Waltham, Mass
American Watch Co.,
Crescent St. .Waltham, Mass
Appleton, Tracy A Co.Waltham, Mass
Waltham Watch Co.Waltham, Maes
P. S. Bartlett.Waltham, Mass
William Ellery.Waltham, Mass
Homo Watch Co.Boston, Masa
For salo at rotail by all respectable dealers.
A descriptivo circular giving much useful
information sent to any address on applica?
No watches retailed hy thc Company. Ad?
ROUBINS ?Si APPLETON, Oen'l Agents,
132 Broadway, New York.
Ask to seo tho new FULL-PLATE WATCH
bearing tho trado mark "AMERICAN WATCH
CO., Crescent streot, Waltham, MasB." It ?B
by far tho beat full-plato watch made in tho
United Statos, and surpasses anything here?
tofore made in this country for Railway Engi?
neers, Conductors, Ac. April 24 fSmo
Sugar Cured Hams.
G)f\f \ CHOICE Sugar Cured HAMS, just
?m?\J\J received, and for salo by
April 27 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BOOT, SHOE, DAT & TRUNK DOUSE
HAS j nat received a vary large and beauti?
ful atook of SPRING GOODS, seloctod
with great care, which will be disposed of as
low as the timeo will admit. It ls enough to
say to the public, that oar bayer was in the
market late in tho soason, and .reaped the
benefit of tho recent and vory groat deonne in
prices. In BOOTS and SHOES, I Dave every?
thing tho oyo could fancy, ana eaoh: article
warranted as represented. My a to ck at .HATS
can't bo aarpaesed in Ht vie and quality, and
will guarantee pricea as low ns any hooae in
I have paid special attention to my Jobbing
Stock, in both branches, and am prepared to
offer rare inducements to tho trade.
Be euro to call one door North of Columbia
Hotel, as early as possible, and oocure bar?
gains. A. SMYTHE.
April 21_ _
Montgomery White Sulphur oprings, V.
THIS olegant establishment will bo opened
for the reoeption of visitors on the first
dav of JUNE, 1870. 1 , ;
Tho Proprietors, with the experience of tho
la ht summer, und having made- many changes
in tho difforont departments of this extensivo
Watering Plac?, each of which it will be their
endeavor to IM rho vu, extend a pleasant recep?
tion to their patrons, id ...
The Cottages aro large and commodious,
soparato and distinct from' each other, and
fittod up with now Fur ni thro.
Every effort of tho Pf qprietors' will ba put
forth to make their guests comfortable.-and
it will bo their aim to koop up the r?putation
of tho MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR.
Tho social as woll as tho gay will find that thia
placo baa peculiar advantages over many of
tho Watering Placea ofYirginia. .
An olegant Band nf Music h au been secured.
Bowbng Alleys, Billiard Saloons and Baths
havo boen fitted up fer thc a mu se ment and
comfort of guests'.
PoBt Offlco,-Express Office, Telegraph Offico
ou the premises for tho convenience and
intercourse with all parts of tho world.
Passengers will procure tickets m'a Virginia
and Tennessee Railroad to Big Tunnel, and
take the Springs Branch'-Railroad, which
lands them directly in the Reception House at
Board $3 per day; $20 p?r week; $70 per
For further particulars,-address
. WILSON A LORENTZ, Proprietors.
M>yj 153ruo j._. . , ? ,(:. -.:
"VV3a.o3r>o to Stop.
Formerly Harvey House, '.*
SI? VUTAMIL'H G C. H., S. C.
.LA UliENS C. B., 3. C.
, J>:X.H.Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and the traveling
public are respectfully in?
formed that the above named
_^HOTELS aro now under my
control; and they may rest assured that tho
reputation of tho two houses will be fully kept
up. The Rooms aro comfortably furnished
and the Tables will bo supplied with the beat
of everything. May 1 3mo
Must be Sold ! I
WE have about $10,000 in CLOTH?
ING, moro than we can realize on
this Spring, and wc aro anxious to
get rid of some of it, and will eel!
VERY CHEAP for that purpose.
Our stock is tho largest, in our
line, that baa ever been brought
to this city. Handsome Gooda,
and bought right. Largo line of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Beat Fitting SHIRTS. It is now
generally admitted that we aro
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
TnE STATE. Call and examine
It. & XV. C. SWAFFIELD.
THE undersigned, having located in this
city, would offer, his services to all in want
of any ono to decorato thoir Gardens, in
French or Swiss styles. WiU also attend to
nutting up all kinds of Fancy Work, such as
Fountains and Natural Water-falls, Fertilizing
Sido Hill Ditches, Bridges, Landscapes, Tem
?dcs, Arbors, fluo Pavements, Firo and Water
'roof Roofs, and decorations of all kinda.
Addi (?PH through tho Post Office,
March 2 f3mo_W. AUG. D'ELMAR.
Lost or Mislaid,
CERTIFICATE OF STOCK Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroad, No. 1,779, for
fourtoen Shares, dated Juno 30, 1862, in tho
name of E, H. Fisher. Application will ho
mado for renewal in ninety days from this
dato by J. Fiahor, Exocutor.
March 28, 1870._March 30 oow 0
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
AFULL supplv of Fresh GARDEN SEEDS.
For salo bv E. HOPF .
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho beat manner, by firat class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Doc 10 WILLIAM GLAZE.