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LONDON, Jane 1.-Lord Fui mou th'a
Kingoraffc won the Derby stake at
Epsom. Crawford's brown oolt Palmer?
ston was second; Mustard third. Fif?
teen horses ran.
GENEVA, Jane 2.-Tho agents of Maz?
zini aro aotive here. It is apprehended
that a formidable secret movement is
afoot. The Government hos taken pre?
LONDON, Jane 2.-The last surviving
member of the brigands who slaughtered
the English in Greece, has been cap?
MADRID, Jane 2.-The Liberal jour?
nals condemn tho emancipation law, be?
cause the children of present slaves re?
main toe long in slavery. Modification
has been unanimously called for. . No
tidings of the Englishmen recently cap?
tured by brigands, near Gibraltar.
BOMB, Jane 2.-The Pope argos haste
in Ooumenioal deliberations and wants
the sessions opened an hour earlier.
CHARLESTON, Juno 2.-Arrived
schooners Mary Bice, Baltimore; David
Warren, New York.
CONCORD, N. H., June 2.-Tho debt
of the State is a trifle under $2,500,000.
John Connor, of Waterford, is dead;
aged ninety-two. He was a Presidential
elector for Jefferson.
CHICAGO, June 2.-Minnesota voted
largely to pledge tho Statu bonds in aid
of railroad enterprises.
PHTXIADELPHIA, Juno 2.-Forty cases
of relapBion fever were removed from
Bedford street to the bospital, to-day,
and the shanties in that vicinity were
NEW YORK, J uno 2.-Policeman Dyke
man was stabbed fatally, on his post,
corner Broadway and Houston Btreets,
CoiiUMDus, OHIO, JUDO 2.-Tho Demo?
cratic State Convention passed resolu?
tions denouncing the tariff and internal
revenue laws, and pronouncing the law
for the enforcement of the fifteenth
amendment unconstitutional. Tho fol?
lowing nominations wore made; For
Seoretary of State, William Heisloy, of
Cleveland; for Supremo Judge, B. Har?
rison, of Loudon; for Comptroller of tho
Treasury, John H. Heaton, of Belmont.
HUNTINGDON, CANADA, June 2.-Prince
Arthar, while presenting a stand of co?
lors to the volunteers, complimented
them apon their bravory.
MACON, June 2.-The Board of Trus?
tees of Oglethorpe College, in meeting
here to-day, determined to begin the
ereotion of college buildings in Atlanta,
to be finished in time for the commence?
ment exercises in January next. David
Willis, D. D., accepts the Presidency, to
enter on duty immediately. The college
buildings at Midway have been convert?
ed into a high school.
Gol. A. H. Kenan, a prominent law?
yer of Milledgeville, died to-day,
WASHINGTON, Juno 2.-Cadet White?
more has been re-elected member of
Congress from South Carolina.
Tho President nominated B. M. Wal?
lace, Collector of the Third District of
South Carolina vice his father, A. S.
Wallace, recently seated in Congress.
The President's nominations for West
Point are confined to tho sons of soldiers
and sailors-nono from the South.
3 P. M.-In the House, 100 browers
of New York presented a petition not to
be classified as manufacturers of spiritu?
ous liquors, and 200 tobacco manufac?
turera of New York a petition for a uni?
form tax of sixteen cents.
Boot introduced a bill, authorizing a
bridge over the Arkansas Biver, at
Clarko, of Texas, introduced a bill do?
nating certain Federal property in Gal?
veston to that city.
A resolution, providing for tho pay?
ment to Hunt of $2,000; Sypher $4,000;
McCrauce $3,000; Morry ?3,000; Byan
$3,500-all contestants from Louisiana
passed, 77 to 69.
The tax bill was resumed, tho question
being on the income tax; but no definito
In the House, the tax bill was resum?
ed. There was great diversity of opin?
ion. Many five minutes speeches were
made. Schonck spoko in favor of the
report of the committeo to reduce tho
revenue tax by increasing exemptions to
$1,500, which would bo a reduction of
nearly $G,000,000, and he thought that
was all Congress could do at present.
The previous question was called for and
seconded, and, by agreement, tho vote
on the scotions relativo to income tax
with all the amendments, was postponed
till to-morrow. Beck offered an amend?
ment to the forty-fourth section, the
effect of whioh would bo to tax tho in?
terest on all Government bonds five per
cent. On a division tho speaker an?
nounced tho voto to bc 90 to G5. Wil?
lard demanded the yeas and nays, re?
marking that this was taxing United
States bonds hold nbrond aud was, to that
extent, repudiation. Allison moved an
adjournment; agreed to-93 to 52. Tho
House then, at 4.10, and amid much ex?
In tho Sonato, Flanagan introduced a
resolution in favor of tho construction
of an international railroad. Harris in?
troduced a resolution, directing the Com?
mittee on Commerco to take into con?
sideration the reconstruction of tho
l6veos destroyed during tho war. Ho
estimates tho oxpenso at 830,000,000;
the committeo to report next session.
This resolution is still under discussion.
In the Senate, tho franking abolish?
ment was resumed. A motion to place
the bill at tho foot of tho calendar, was
dofeated-25 to 21-but was passed over
by 33 to 26.
Indian appropriations wore considered
to executive session.
Harris* resolution, regarding levees,
was withdrawn from tho Committeo on
Commerco and referred to tho Commit?
tee on Finance, with orders to report as
early as possible
gjTho Senato confirmed R. M. Wallace
?8 O ol lo a tor .for the Third District of
Grant presented Spotted Tail with a
fino pipe, a silver baatch-box and a box
of tobacco. Bed Cloud was not present.
He hud a friendly interview with Spot?
ted Tail this morning, and will, with his
people, meet the Indian Commissioner
and the Secretary of the Treasury to?
morrow. Spotted Tail and his delega?
tion had a oonferenoe to-day at the White
House with tho President and the Secre?
tary of War. Boutwell and Hoar were
present, but did not tako part in the
oonference. The Indians recited tho old
story of wrongs, their wants and their
desire to be at peaoe with the whites.
The President made a speeoh, assuring
thom of tho desire of the Government
to have peace, and told them that the
whites were powerful and would compel
it, if necessary, but hoped for thorough?
ly amicable relations between the na?
tions. Spotted Tail said thu Indians had
kept their promises, bat the whites had
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, June 2-Noon.-Flour
a Bhade firmer. Wheat l@2o. better.
Corn dull and lc. lower. Pork quiet
mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dull, at 16.
Cotton dull, at 22?-?(&23; sales 500 bales.
Freights firm. Stocks steady. Money
4@5. Exchange-long 10; short 10%.
Gold 14%. Bonds 12%. Tennessee's,
ex-coupon, GI Jo; new 67%; Virginia's,
ox-conpon, 69pi; now 68; Louisiana's,
old, 7G?<<; now 74; levee 6's 75%; 8's 92;
Alabama 8's 101%; 5's 77; Georgia 7's
94)?; North Carolina's, old, 49%; now
25; South Carolina's, old, 90; new 82.
7 P. M.-There were twenty offers for
bonds this morning; awards were at ll
@U%. Money 3?5. Sterling 9%@10.
Gold 14%'. Governments strong. 62's
12%. Southerns dull, but stondy. Cot?
ton heavy-sales 2,300 bales; middling
22%; Orleans 23. Flour-Stato and
Western 5o. better; Southern firm.
Wheat-noon's advance sustained. Corn
unsettled and closing firmer-now mixed
Western email@example.com. Mess pork firmer,
at 30.00. Lard steady. Whiskey 1.08
@1.08??. Bice firmer-Carolina 8@.8%.
BALTIMORE, | Juno 2.-Flour dnll and
weak-Howard street superfine 5.00C?)
5.25. Wheat firm-Maryland 1.40@.
1.50; Western 1.25. Corn firm-white
firstname.lastname@example.org; yellow 1.12. Provisions firm
and unchanged. Whiskey loss firm, at
CINCINNATI, June 2.-Corn firm and
higher, at 90@92. Whiskey dull, nt
email@example.com. Provisions dull. Moss pork
firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon firmer-shoulders
13%; clear sides 17%.
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 2.-Cotton quiet
and steady-middlings 21???22; sales
2,500 bales; receipts 1,707; stock 110,
MORILE, June 2.-Cotton quiet
middlings 21; sales 300 bales; receipts
AUGUSTA, June 2.-Cotton market in?
active, but prices unchanged, with sales
of 86 bales; receipts 16; middling 20j.i
SAVANNAH, June 2.-Cotton in fair
demand-middling 21%; sales 200 bales;
receipts 184; stock 25,852.
CHARLESTON, June 2.-Cotton dull and
nominal-middling 21%; sales 50 bales;
receipts 317; stock 9,095.
PARIS, June 2.-The Bourse opened
quiet-rentes 74f. 62c.
LONDON, June 2-Noon.-Consols
93. Bonds 8i%.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 2-Noon.-Cotton
steady-uplands 105u@10?.i; Orleans 10J?
LIVERPOOL, June 2-Evening.-Cotton
closed-uplands 10^0(2(10%; Orleans ll;
sales 10,000 bales.
THE County Troasuror hereby gives notice
that on and after THUItSDAY, tho 9th of
JUNE, 1870, a ponalty of TWENTY PEU CENT.
will be added to all taxes remaining unpaid.
Office hours for receipt of Taxes, only from 9
a. m. lo 2p. m. J. W. DENNY,
May 29 ? Richland County Troaeurcr.
Stocks and Bonds,
&OLD AND SILVER,
Rank Notes, Coupons,
County Claims, Jury Certificates, Mutilated
Currcncv, Ac, Ac. Bought and sold by
D. GAMRRILL. Broker,
Oftice Columbia Hotel Building, Main street.
May 19 Sm o
THE GAME for this 8eason. A large assort?
ment, nome quito cheap; direct from thc
manufacturers, for salo at
BRYAN A MoCARTER'S
April 20 Bookstoro.
Law Books on the New Code.? j
ALSO, a Variety or NEW LAW BOOKS
ActB of Legislature, Ac, for salo hy
April 20_BRYAN A MoOARTER.
Fine Gold Watches
GF all descriptions, for Ladies
and Gentlemen, for salo at
Ono door North of Messrs.
Scott A Williams' Banking House._Dee 10
Fresh Goods at Low Prices.
1 f\ AHA IJI5S- BACON HAMS, Sides
ll/.UUU and Shoulders.
;l()0 bbl?. Family and low-priced Flour.
20 kits Mountain Butter.
f>0 bbl*. Relined and Crushed Sugars.
March 25_For salo bv E. HOPE.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
AFULL supplv of Fresh GARDEN SEEDS.
For salo bv_E. HOPF.
Exchange House Bar and Restaurant.
OPEN at all boura-wboro you can always
lind the beat of WINES, ALES, LIQUORS,
CIGARS, Ac Fresh Lager Beer on ico.
United States Internal Revenue.
COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, ?ID S. C.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., May 25, IH70.
THE lists of special (or license) Taxos for
tho your commencing May 1, 1870, for tho
city of Columbia and tho Couutiea of Richland
and Lexington, havo been placed in my banda
for collection. Payment is required to bo
made by tho 15th Juno next. After that date,
nrescribod penalties will bc imposed, and col?
lection enforced according to law.
Parties can savo penalties and cOBto by pay
ing their annual taxes bofore Juno 1st.
R. M. WALLACE. Dop. Col. 3d S. C.
May 25 tc
City Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
are prepared to
able and Stationa
ary Steam Engines
and Boilers, Saw
Mills, Grist and
Flonr Mills, Iron
and Brass Caa tings
of all descriptions,
Gearing Mill Irons,
Wo aro alco Agent? for Emory's Universal
Cotton Gins, and GeiBor's Southern Thresher
and Cleaner. Theso machines bave no tupo
riora. Morril's Deep Well Pumps, Robert
Wood A Co's Fountain and Ornamontal Iron
Works. Orders from tho country promptly
attended to. RICHARD TOZER,
May 24 3mo_ROBT. MCDOUGALL.
FOR THE NEXT FOURTEEN DAYS wo
offer still GREATER BARGAINS. The
timo is so near whou wo must commen?a work
on our building, and our stock being vory
largo, wo proposo to sell at and BELOW NEW
Dress Goods, bolow Now York COBL
Black and Colored Dress Silks, bolow Now
Fancy Goods of every kind below Now York
Broad Cloths, Cassituerea and Vestings, bo?
low Now York cost.
Shawls, ?Summer Coverings and Laco Points
bolow New York cost.
Hosiery and Gloves at exactly New York cost.
Tablo Damasks, Napkins, Doylies and Tow?
els, at exactly Now York cost.
Carnots, Matting, and Window Shades, at
exactly New York cost.
Long Cloths and Domcstic'.Goods, at exactly
New York cost.
Linen and Cotton sheetings, and Pillow
Casings, at exactly New York cost.
As wo expect tho rush for cheap goods to ho
oven greater than it has been sinco wo com
mouced selling off, wo advise all to bny early,
these being tho liual closing out sales.
May 22_J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
Notice to Travelers.
TO accommodate the
BUSINESS offering by
this steam linoto New
York, thc steamships
arc appointed to sail
1 from Charleston as
follows, arriving in New York on Friday morn?
SOUTH CAROLINA. Captain ADKINS, Tncs
dav, May 21, 6 o'clock P. M.
TENNESSEE. Captain CHICHESTER,Tuesday,
May 31, G o'clock P. M.
SOUTH CAROLINA, Captain ADKINS, Tues?
day, Juno 7, 6 o'clock P. M.
TENNESSEE. Captain CnicnESTER, TuoBday,
Juno 14, G o'clock P. M.
SOUTH CAROLINA, Captain ADKINS, Tues?
day, Juno 21, (5 o'clock P. M.
TENNESSEE, Captain CmcuESTEn, Tuesday,
Juno 28, G o'clock P. M.
Travelcra from interior points will note this
temporary chango of sailing days.
Roth tho steamships on tins lino aro newly
constructed, tho largest and most commodi?
ous on the Atlantic coast, built of iron, with
water-light compartments, aud all passenger
accommodations AUE ON DECK, securing tho?
rough ventilation and comfort.
Tickets can be purchased at all interior
railroad points in connection with Charleston,
and of WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent,
No. 1 Union Wharf.
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.,
General Agents, Broad street, Charleston,
S. C._May 13
NEW DISCOVERY ! !
Salvation for the Hair.
WITIIOTPHLSEDIMENT ! !
OPENTQJI1E LIGHT ! ! !
For Restoring to GrapJIair its
PH ALON'S "ViTALL^aiffers ut?
terly from all H^?ia?r coloring
It is Kprijucl, sweet smelling,
precipitates no muddy or slimy
matrer, requires no shaking, im?
par^ no stain to the skin. Hold
it to\he light anti it is clear and
cloulUess. It leaves no mark on
the seato ; yet it reproduces in
gray hairrtienatural color that
time or sicCTr??finiay have
bleached out of it/^**^
is for one sole purpose^iiriat of
rcproducing,with absolute cer?
tainty, the naturaliwor of the
hair. It is nowimended as a
daily drcssiu^nor for removing
scurf or ?uidrufF; nor for cu?
ring baroness; nor for stimula?
ting tjfe growth of thc hair.
Th.cs/ objects may be accom
plish Jd after thc color has been
fixed \ith the Vitalia, by Pha
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo
THE ViTALT>^t a harmless
and unequaled prepl?"ationfor
the reproduction of lie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,alid noth?
ing else. This is accomplished
in from two to ten applications,
according to thei^th of shade
required. SoJ#H5yall druggists
IN ORDER TO REDUCE MY STOCK. PRE
vious to let Joly, prices will be greatly ro
duced, and many articles sold regardless of
COST, to clear them ont.
I deom it unnecessary to enumorato, as I
keep every artiolo usually found in tho DRY
I havo on band a lot of
o XXL n ants ,
which I will sell very low, to get them out of ]
Tho attontion of tho community is respect?
fully called to tho above.
C. P. JACKSON.
Must be Sold!!
WE havo about f 10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, more than we can realizo on
thiB Spring, and wo aro anxious to
got rid of somo of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAT for that purpose.
Onr stock is tho largest, in our
liuo, that has ever been brought
to this city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Large lino of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. Now
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Beat Fitting SHIRTS. It is now
gonorally admitted that wo aro
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examino
R. <fc W. C. SWAFFIELD,
How Loat! How Restored I
Just published, in a sealed envelope. Price G els.
A LECTUREON THE NATURAL TREAT?
MENT, and Radical Cure of Spormatorrhoa or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
Sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
goncrally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi?
lepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca?
pacity, resulting from Solf Abuse, Ac, by
Robt. J. Culvorwoll, M. D., author of tho
'Green Book," ?cc.
"A BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SuFFEHEns."
Sont under seal, in a plain envolope, to any
address, post-paid, on roceipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps, by CHAS. J. C. KLINE
A CO., Bowery, IVew York,Post Olliet
Also Dr. Culverwcll's "Marriage Guido,"
price 25 couts._May 3 3mo
IHAVE just received tho following list of
choico WINES, comprising tho finest Euro
fieac brands. This is, without doubt, tho
argest and best assortment over offered iu
CL.AR.ETS._Brandenbnrg Freres' Medoc,
St. Julien, Margaux, Pontet Canet, LaRose,
I Chatoau LaRoso, Grand Vin Latour, lcob;
Margaux, 1858; IjaFitte, 1858.
HOCKS ANU SAUTERNES.-Lanben
heimor, Ncorstoimer, Hockheimer, Marco
bruner, Hildesheimer, Haut Sautcrno, Haut
CHAMPAGNES.-Moct & Chandon'B Vcr
zenay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Green
Seal. Bruch, Toucher A Co.'a Lac D'Or, Carte
D'Or, Sparkling Moselle
SHERRIES-All Grades, from houao of
Wisdom A Wartor, XoroB do La Frontera, in?
cluding somo very choico "AMONTILLADO,"
worthy tho attention of connoiscurs.
May 15_GEORGE SYMMERS.
2/\r\/^V BUSH. PRIME WHITE CORN,
. which will ho sold at lowest
market price, for cash, at
May 4 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST received by William Glaze, fino Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fino Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
kind. Ono door North of MOBSTS. Scott, Wil?
liams fe Co.'a Banking nonso. Dec 1G
Tile TVE .ct Tn TY? otla.
BOOT, SHOE, HAT & TRL'XK HOUSE
HAS just received a very largo and beauti?
ful stock of SPRING GOODS, selected
with great caro, which will bo disposed of as
low as tho times will admit. It is enough to
Bay to tho publie, that our buyer was in the
market lato in tho season, and reaped the
benefit of tho rocent and very great decline in
prices. In BOOTS and SHOES. I tiavo every?
thing tho oyo could fancy, and each article
warranted as represented. My stock ol HATS
can't bo surpassed in style and quality, and
will guarantee prices as low as any house in
I havo paid special attention to my Jobbing
Stock, in both branches, and am prepared to
ofl'or raro inducements to tho trade.
Be 8iiro to call ono door North of Columbia
Hotel, as early as possible, aud secure bar?
gains. A. SMYTHE.
April 21 _ _
Stack's Corn Whiskey.
OR salo bv
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
'pf BUSHELS prime Clay Cow Peas, Tor
tJ seed, for salo by E. HOPI'..
Luuch every day at Pollock's.
NO CAN A R D.
S. OT. PORTER & CO.
Are constantly in receipt of Drat class
WHICH they aro offering to this market at
unusually low figures. Wo aro a now
house, and tho great competition in this lino,
compels us to bo fully up to tho market. Wo
keep posted as to the Eastern prlcos, and
mark our goods now in Blore in accordance
with tho declino. We sell good doods at a
living profit; we ask no more; an examination
of our stock will certainly convinco tho most
skeptical of this truth. We aro also doing
business on the cash system, which necessarily
jtivoa many advantages, and consumers will
find it to their interest to givo ue a call before
purchasing elsewhere. Let tho prices fluctu?
ate as they may, wo aro fully resolved not to
be undersold. Call and seo us at our new
store, Main street, Columbia.
May 25_8. W. PORTER A CO.
The White Sulphur Springs,
Greenbrier County, West Virginia.
FAMOUS for the Alterativo Waters and Fa?
shionable patrons, will be opon on MAY
15TH; oapablo of accommodating, in viow of I
the improvements made, from 1,500 to 2,000
persona. Tho ears of tho Chesapeake and
Ohio Railway now run to tho Springe.
The location is 2,000 feet above tho levol of
the sea, affording ontire rolief from summer
Excollont Bands and extensive Livery in at?
tendance, and every arrangement for tho en
joyment <>r guests. FANCY and MASQUE?
RADE BALLS during tho season.
CiiAnoES-$25 per weok, and $00 per month,
of thirty days. Children, under ton years,
and Colored Scrvanta half price; White Ser?
vants according to accommodations. Address
May 28 15 PEYTON A CO.. Proprietors.
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, V.
THIS elegant establishment will bo opened
for tho reception of viaitors on thc first
day of JUNE, 1870.
The Proprietors, with tho cxperienco of thc
last Hummer, and having mado many changes
in tho different departments of this extensive
Watering Placo, each of which it will be their
endeavor to ?irnovE, oxtond a pleasant recep?
tion to their patrons.
Tho Cottages aro large and commodious,
scparato and distinct from each other, and
fitted up with now Furniture.
Every effort of tho Proprietors will bo put
forth to mako their guoats comfortable, and
it will be their aim to keep up tho reputation
of tho MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR.
Thc social aa well as the gay will find that this
place has peculiar advantages over many of
tho Watering Places of Virginia.
An olegant Band of Music has been secured.
Bowling Alleys, Billiard SalooiiB and Baths
have been fitted np fer thc amusement and
comfort of guests.
PoBt Ofrico, Express Office, Tclograph Office
on the promises for thc convenience and
intercourse with all parts of tho world.
Passengers will procure tickets cia Virginia
and Tennesseo Railroad to Big Tunnel, and
tako tho Springs Branch Railroad, which
lands them directly in tho Rccoption House at
Board $3 per day; $20 p?r week; $70 per
mouth. For further particulars, addroaa
WILSON A LORENTZ, Proprietors.
May IC 2mo_
W here to Stop.
Formerly Harvey nouae,
SPART ANBURG C. H., S.e.
LA UH ENS C. IL, 8. C.
J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and tho traveling
public are respectfully
formed that the above named
_ ^HOTELS are now under my
control; aud they may rest assured that tho
reputation of tho two houses will bo fully kopt
up. Thc Rooms aro comfortably furnished
and the Tables will bo supplied with tho host
of everything. May 1 3mo
"NICKERSON HOUSE, "~
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS plcaaantly.Iocated HO?
TEL, unsnrpaBaed by any
House in tho South for comfort
_"and healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and othera seeking accom?
modation. Families can bo furnished with
nico, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
ia solicited." My Omnibus will bo found at
tho different depots-paaacngora carried to
and from tho Hotel freo of charge.
Nov 3_WM. A- WRIGHT.
DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD INFORM bia patrons
and tho public, that ho ia now
prepared to iueert ARTIFICIAL
TEETH, upon Dr. Stuck's Cele?
brated Patent Plates. IIo alao baa a larger
stock of Dental Material than ever waa kept in
thia city and can supply other Dentista. High?
est prices paid for old gold, or new plates
given in pay. Oftico-Wost aide of Main
street, three doors North of Plain. April 15
WE havo in atoro 250 dozen of Brado'e
heavy Crown Steel HOES, Brade's Light
Steel Hooa and Riveted Eyoa. El well's Picka
and Plantera' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trado, and paid
for with gold at Iii to 12.} por cent, premium,
and wo confidently aay we aro prepared to
auit tho markot. LOWRANCE & CO.
March 23 _
Threshing Machines-Reaping Ma?
chines, Horse Powers,
ON hand and for sale at manufacturer's
prices, adding freight.
April 14_ _LOWRANCE A CO.
To all Whom it May Concern.
HAMBURG. 8. C., JANUARY IC, 1870.
BEING appointed and commissioned aa the
Ilocoiver of tho Hamburg Bank, all par
tiea having transactions with aaid Bards will
communicate with FRANK ARNIM.
Buy to the Best Advantage.
w. A,TABB"& so..
Bridgo street, near Gatea,
K**'*^ ?ULI, GOODS aa Cheap, if not Cheap.
iH-JfcWer than any houso in Columbia. Oivc
^.i.w.JH.em a trial. _March 10
Biscuit, Crackers, &c.
f^/A BARKELS and boxes Fresh Crackers,
OV/ Ac, jual recoived and for salo low, con
aiating aa follows:
Ginger Schnapps, Ginger Cakes,
Soda Biscuit, Buttor Crackers,
Cream Biacuit, Cream Crackers,
Lemon Crackers, Egg Crackers,
And Boxea assorted Familv Crackers
March ?> V. A T. R. AGNEW.
Old Java Cotice.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE
for ?mle at reduced prices. E. HOPE
Hungry people, go to Pollock's.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Friday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock, wea?
ther permitting, before my Store:
GO sacks Flour, of Fine, Super, Extra and
10 bbls. Extra Family Flour.
20 boxes No. 1 Herrings.
10 " Family Soap.
10 " Adamantine Candles.
10 " Assorted Candy.
" Chooeo, Ac, Ac.
Men and Wonion's Shoos,
Fino Felt Hats.
70 Blue Cloth Military Caps, Ac. Jnne 3
OUR POPULAR SALES
COMMENCES FROM THIS DATE
WITH STILL LOWER BASIS OP
Another invoico of thone.
Cool, Comfortable and Cheap Linen Snits
Having lately replenished tho
That branch of our business offers superior
iud neem en tn to the Trade; and WO aro pleased
to ktwto wo have made no idle promises.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Colombia Hotel Building,
w. D. LOVE. n. n. M'cnEBnY.
THE extonsivo nao of those WATCHES for
tho last fifteen years by Railway Conductors,
Engineers and Expressmen, tho most exacting
of watch-wearorB, haa thoroughly demonstrat?
ed tho strength, steadiness, durability and
accuracy of tho Waltham Watch. To satisfy
that elana in all theao respects, is to decide
tho question aa to tho real value of these time?
Moro than 450,000 of those watches are
now speaking for themselves in the pockets of
the people-a proof and a guarantee of their
superiority over all others.
The superior organization and groat extent
of tho Company's Works at Waltham, enable
thom to produce, watches at a price which
renders competition futile, and those who
buy any other watch, merely pay from 25 to
50 per cent, more for their watches than is
We aro now Belling Waltham Watches at
less prices in greenbacks, than tho gold prices
before tho war. Thcro ia no other manufac?
turo of any kind in the United States of which
thia can be said.
Iheso timo-pieces combine every improve?
ment that a long experience has proved of
real practical usc. Having had the refusal of
nearly every invention in watch-making origi?
nating in this country or in Europe, only those
wero finally adopted which severo testing, by
tho most skillful artisans in our works, and
long use on the part of tho publio, demonstrat?
ed to bo essential to correct and enduring
Among the maDy improvements we would
Tho invention and use of a centre-pinion of
peculiar construction, to prevent damage to
tho train by tho broakago of main-springs, ia
original with tho American Watch Company,
who, having had tho rofusal of all other con?
trivances, adopted Fogg's patent pinion as be?
ing tho best and faultless.
Hardened and tempered hair springs, now
universally admitted by watch-makers to bo
tho host, aro used in all grades of Waltham
All Waltham Watches have dnst-proof capB,
protecting tho movement from dust and les?
sening tho nocossity of the frequent cleaning
necessary in other watches.
Our now patent stem-winder, or keylesa
watch, is already a decided success, and a
great improvement on any stem-winding watch
in the American m&rkot, and by far the cheap?
est watch of its quality now offered to tho
public. To those living in portions of the
United States where, watch-makers do not
abound, watchos with tho above montioned
improvements which tend to insure accuracy,
cleanlinoBB, durability and convenience, muet
Evcrv watch guaranteed by tho Company.
To prevent imposition, buyers should Bee
that ovory watch should bear eithor of tho
following trade marlie:
American Watch Co.Waltham, Mass
Am'n. Watch Co.Waltham, Maas
American Watch Co.,
Crescent St.Waltham, Mass
Appleton, Tracy ? Co.Waltham, Mass
Waltham Watch Co.Waltham, Mass
P. S. Bartlett.Waltham, Mass
William Ellery.Waltham, Mass
Homo Watch Co.Boston, Mass
For salo at retail by all .-espectable dealors.
A descriptivo circular giving much useful
information sent to any at.dress on applica?
tion. No watches retailed by thc Company.
ROU m \s & APPLETON, Gen'1 Agents,
182 Broadway, Now York.
Ask to seo tho now FULL-PLATE WATCn
bearing tho trade mark "AMERICAN WATCH
CO., Crescent street, Waltham, Mass." It is
by far tho best full-plate watch mado in the
United States, and surpasses anything here?
tofore mado in Ibid country for Railway Engi?
neers, Conductors, Ac. April 24 f3mo
300 Barrels Flour.
FOR salo by
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
I N tho best manner, by first class workmen,
L and warranted.
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Dec 10 WILLIAM GLAZE.