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BB?BSELS, April 12.-The representa
?ye of Badon in tho Peace Oouferouco
aa arrived in this city. No meeting
will be held this week. '
!*| ; PABt?/ April 12-Noon.-A-loud and
I u n in torr u p ted oan n o n a d o hns . been kept
. up sinoo last evening between Chatillon
.,. and the Soothorn forts. . The infantry is
\ V?lsp ?ngag?d/7 The noise of Ibo mitrail
v .'lensesand musketry baa been incessant
since 5 o'olook this morning. Cannon
c", j^ingtnron&ii ;Neoil?y5.Porte Maillot and
? .' Porte Desternes has been. resumed, and
" ia as violent as that on tho South. Fight-1
' in g is now going on in the Bois de Bou
' logue and at Aspiere. The Commune
in forwarding .reinforcements to., the
troops, engaged. The wounded are com-1
\ ing m in Targe numbers. The losses are
' ' heavy.'- Official reports of the Commune
-. claim that the Versailles forces were re?
pulsed on Tuesday evening in the attack
on the Southern for tn, and that their
loss waa .heavy, , while that of the Com
: monists was very light. The Commune i
behey?a that an attaok was intended to
mask an attempt to carry Maillot gate I
'" by 'surprise. A rumor comes from the
' Vnngierard quarter in tbe Southern part
of-tho oity, that the Communists have
lost the. park of Issy, where they were
entrenched, and the commandant of
Fort Issy shot by his own men.
- '. V?B??NA,' April 12.- Jay, Miuister of
'?tho ,Uni tod .States,, received a despatch
from - Grant, expressing deep regret at
the painful loss to Austria by the death
of Admiral Tegethoff.
LONDON, April 12.-The Eclio, of Co
logno, says th? French prisoners are
ft 'leaving Germany for home at the rate of
1,000 per day.. Th? Echo adds: "Only
.-thoBe-known to be favorable to the Ver?
sailles Government are allowed to de?
'LONDON, April 13.-Dombrowski ia
very popular-with his troops. He de?
clares he will burn Neuilly, Villon and
Patn?eixyif necessary for the defence,
i -Great concentration of troops is reported
.before Versailles. MaoMahon has gone
td-Villein tn ugo, and a decisive battle
np oh' th? insurgent positions is expected.
Thi?rs now opposes conciliation, and
thinks success certain. A despatch from
Paris saya the Nationals are massed near
the Aro of Triumph. Dombrowski has
. ..selected Asniers as his centre of opera
:'. "lions.against Oourbovoio. LongObatnpB
and Asnieres are both well fortified.
Paris is calm,, but the exodus of inhabi?
WASHINGTON, April 13.-Cable de
3patches report tremendous firing in the
irootioh of the forts, but as yet no de?
cisivo or important action.
? PABIH, April 13.-Dombrowski reports
to tho Communal Committee that his
'troops are doing excellent service,
already ! holding three-fourths of the
town of Neuilly, and hopo to poss the
bridge across the Seine to-night.
The Crt du Peuple says the Versailles
troops have been driven from Neuilly,
? flying towards Coarbevoic. The Orleans
.. Ballway was cut by the Versailles troops.
Fort Valerien was tiring heavily thia
morning. Members of the Commune
were personally on the field to encourage
the troops. The British Consul at Paris
warns Englishmen to leave tho city.
VBRHAILLES, April 13.-It ?B officially
announced that the alleged Communi?t
victories are unfounded. No engage?
ment to-day. All the roads to Paris are
occupied by the Versailles troops.
CHARLESTON, April 13.-Arrived
Sohoouers Maryland, Boston; Oooau
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, April ll.-A num?
ber of Hay tien spies have arrived here,
't? watch refugees and report any move?
ment by them toward the annexation of
Hay ri to the United States. Despatches
from the British Government announce
the determination of the Cabinet to make
: j Honduras a Crown colony, to form a
' part of the West Indies Confederation.
The authorities have seized sixty-four
packages bf arms and ammunition, which
were hidden in boshes at Salt Key, in?
tended for exportation to Cubans. They
- will be sold at public auotion.
.j 8AJ? FRANCISCO, April 12.-The prose?
cution in the Fair-Crittenden murder [
trial are how introducing rebuttal evi?
dence* showing her character to have
be on notoriously bad before she met
Crittenden. The interest in the case
Continues unabated. Over 100 love let?
ters whioh had passed between the par?
ties have been published. Many of tho
. letters introduced in the case are unfit
. Eleven Jupanoao merchants have ar?
rived here by the bark Gancho, with
? 135,000 cards of Bilk worm eggs, costing
in Japan $676,000. They were oon
tractea for by a French house at $5 a
card, bnt the order was cancelled in con?
sequence of the war. The J ap??ese
merchants then chartered the Gaucho
and shipped thoir entire lot for this port
for market. They are of the best known
variety and in good condition.
!>WASHINGTON, April 13.-The Senate
continued the Ku Klux debate, and meet
to-night for talk only. The bill will bo
disposed of to-morrow.
The House was engaged on tho defl
. cienoy appropriation bill. The Senate
amendment repealing tho law fixing the
time for the meeting of Congress on the
4th ol Maroh was concurred in by a vote
pf 90 lo 98. In the course of the dis
cnasion on that amendment, Dawes said
- he believed this session had been a mis?
take, and that there would be more to
repent than boast of. He alluded to the
wrangling In. the Hons o and the deeper
wounds in tho Senate, whioh bled inter?
nally.' If anything ?induced the people
ft to forgive thom, it would be that moder?
ate i measures had prevailed in the few
dave. - Beck, lb advocating concurrence,
:i ?Old tb? n??t Congress will bo Dornoch
.?'^tW^iMi^thtilr' E(|i?ake's\\vo^a then be in
?ih?;^amo-embarraB8?ng'position as the
prescrit Speaker was now placed in ro
?ard.io the appointment of committees
before he became acquainted with the
be n? danger of; .his viole Un g any. of. the
provisions or th? Constitution. 1
Weather''rep?rtP~?t ia probable that
cloudy weather will, on Friday,' very
generally prevail, with light rains at n
few pointa in tho South and South-west;
Easterly winds on Lak'o Michigan and
North-easterly on Lake Superior. '.
The Southern Claims Commission rule
that in.every ease -possible-testimony of
the loyalty of the claimant and the facts
of the case must be given before them
orally. In cases where circumstances
prevent witnesses coming to Washing?
ton, application must be made for per?
mission to take testimony ia some other
manner-the names of witnesses, mate?
rial facts tb be proved by their testimo?
ny in the respective oases and their ina?
bility to be examined iu Washington
being Bet forth. Ex parte affidavits will
not be received as evidence.
The Preisident, to-day, nominated
the Territorial Council for thia Territory,
including three colored, one of which is
NEW YORK, April 13.-Arrived-steam?
er Iowa, towing the Swedish bark Freja,
from New York for Cronstadt, laden with
naval stores and cotton. She lost her
masts and sprung a leak iu a hurricane
on April 2. The crew had been seven
days at the pumps.
HAN FRANCISCO, April 13.-The steam?
ship Avedale, carrying Southward and
East tho San Francisco and European
mails to tho 15th of January, was
wrecked near Turauaki. The schooner
Bansheo was wrecked on the const of
Otago. All were lost except the captain.
Tho steamship Raugiloti, with tho Suez
mail, foundered at Picourou.
ALBANY, N. Y., April 13.-Tho Repub?
licans in tho Legislature have passed a
caucus resolution against certain pending
bills, dedaring them party measures, and
threatening to denounce any Republican
voting for them as renegades.
ALL TO HAND.
OUR BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND
I ODE AP STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Is in store and moving, making room daily fur
Which wo will continue to receive all through
OUR SAMPLE: BUREAU
Ia a eucceas, and wo are now distributing
Goods over the entire State through ita
agency. The most careless observer cannot
but see the great advantages to be derived
from dealing with a livo house, like oura,
whore everything is kept moving by system
, sod order-where no extra profits are tacked
on to pav idle handB. Of course, we can and
I do SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN AN?
HOUSE IN THI8 SECTION. A positivo
proof is, that we sell moro Goods than all tbe
rest added together. That is tho proof.
Tho poople know where to buy cheapest, and
lot the stranger follow the great public. In
buying, let them follow thoBo who know
R. C. SHIVER & GD.
A LL persons having claims against the
A. Estate of JAMES P. COSLEY, deceased,
will present them immediately, properly at?
tested, to the undersigned: and all persons
indebted to said Eatato will matu immediate
I p?ynicDt ??u ??T? CG???.
JOHN W. CORLEY,
March 14 tuflnio* Administrator.
Pickled Meats, &c.
THI8 DAY RECEIVED:
FULTON MARKET ROUNDS,
Fulton Market BEEF,
Davis' Diamond Ham1*,
Ferris* Sugar-cured Strips,
Extra Beef Tonguee,
Something new every d*v, to try and plep.ee
I oar patrons. GEO. SYMMERS.
April 13_ _
STALL-FED BEEF, at 12* and IK
Cents per pound, can bo had at
Stalls No. i and 12.
April 13 DENT &. HEIDT.
NOTICE ia hereby given that the buoke for
tho collection of City Taxes (Real and
Personal Property) will bo closed on TUES?
DAY, April 25, 1871, and on and after said
dato ex?cutions, covoriug tax unpaid, penalty
and costs, will be placed in tho uanda of the
Office hours, 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
WM. J. ETTER,
April 13_City Clerk and Treasurer.
Soda and Mineral Water.
mUK FOUNT is opon for tho season, with
_L choice syrups, made from pure juico of
the fruit. HEISE'S CONFECTIONERY.
AYOUNG MAN, without a family, of good
repute, that will attend to]our business
and leave others to attend to theirs, without
rospect to politics. Liboral wages will bo
paid. PAYSINGEU & FRANKLIN.
WE have ten thousand pounds of A No. 1
DRY HIDES for Bale at markot prioes.
One thousand pounds TALLOW.
April ll_POPE & FRANKLIN.
Cotton Seed Oil.
APURE artiele, superior to others as a
salad oil for tablo use, at one-third the
I price of imported. For uale by
April 9_EDWARD HOPE.
FINE BEEF, Ano Beef Tongues, fine
Smoked Beer. Sugar-Cured Strips,
Hugar-Cured Shoulders, Sugar-Cured Pig
Hams, Dutch Herrings, Cream Choose and
Champagne Cider, at
April 6_ G. DIEROK'8.
Terms Cash Only. ;
/~\UR terma are strictly cash, and no order
VJ will hereaftor be filled, or goods deliver?
ed, until paid for. All parties indebted to ns
i will ploase call and pay the same imm?diate
[ly. J. & T. B. AGNEW.
.? COLUMBIA* S. C., ?Aprir>U:?-Saies ol?
cotton, y?^terday, 56 bales-middling
^LONDON, April 18*^-3 P. M.-Consols
Ow. 13c Lj cl s 03?
FnANKFOBT, April 18.-BbndH 97.
LavsBpoozi, April 13-8 P. M.-Cotton
dnll-uplands Orleans 7%. I
LONDON, April 13-Evening.-Consola
olooed at93i?; 62a 93.
LTVEBBOOL, April 13-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed dull-uplands 7.%@7>?; Or
eans 7%; sales 10,000 bales, for Bpecu
ation ana export.
NEW YOBK, April 12-Noon.-Gold
heavy, at 10)?@10Jf?. Money steady, at
States Btrong and activo. 62s 12%.
Flour and wbeut steady. Corn l@2o.
better. Pork quiet-mess 19.75. Lard
unchanged-steam ll,J?@ll%. Cotton
heavy-middling uplands 14%; Orleans
Vi%\ sales 10,000 bales. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Money easy, at 5@6 on Go?
vernments, and 6@7 on stock collaterals.
Exchange OJ^iodO. Gold 10^@10,l?.
G2s 12%. State bonds strong on Ten?
nessees, North Curoliuas and Georgias; |
balance quiet and steady. Tennessceo
66; new G6??. Virginias 70; now 72;
ew GG.?4. Louisianas G9; now 62^;
levee 6s 74.^; 8s 84. Alabama 8s 1.02,??;
5s 70. Georgia Ga 83; 7s 89. North
Caroliuaa 49; new 26Jj,'. Soutb Caroli?
ns 73; new 59J.?. Cotton dull, with
sales of 4,575 bales, at 14%. Southern
our without decided change. Whiskey
teady, at 90)?. Wheat firm, at 2.63?
G6, for winter red. Corn opened 1(a)
2o. better hut closed dull at thc advance.
Pork 19.00(n.l9.50. Kettle lard ll;
Freights without decided chauge.
CINCINNATI, April 13.-Pork ?9.00.
Lard dull and unchanged. Bacon sides
%. Whiskey SG.
NEW OBLEANS, April 13.-Flour dull
and lower-super 5.00(??)G.OO; double
.62; treblo firstname.lastname@example.org. Others un?
changed. Cottou quiet and firm-mid?
dling 14^@14^; receipts 3,744 bales;
ales 5.2U0; stock 219,507.
CHABLESTON, April 13.-Cotton steady
-middling 13^@14; receipts 361 bales;
sales 400; stock 20.246.
NOBFOLK, April 13.-Cottou quiet
ow middling 12?.?@I3; receipts 6,6221
bales; sales 100; Block 3,087.
SAVANNAH, April 13.-Cotton-mid?
dling 14; receipts 1,223 bales; sales 850;
GAIJVESTON, April 13.-Cotton steady- I
good ordinary 12)?f; receipts 778 bales; ]
sales 2,100; stock 55,007.
WILMINGTON, April 13.-Cotton inac?
tive-middling 14; receipts 48 bales;
saleB 15; Btock 1,907.
AUOCSTA, April 13.-Cotton dull and
unchanged, at 13>? for middling; sales
300 bales; receipts 270.
BOSTON, April 13.-Cotton quiet-mid?
dling 15>?; receipts 226 balea; sales 400;'
BAIITIIIOBE, April 13.-Cotton dull and
nominal-middling 14j?@14*ijj receipts
151 bales; sales 325; stock 10,325.
MOBILE, April 13.-Cotton dull-mid?
dling 14)^; receipts 1,145 bales; sales
2,200; stock 42,571.
Achy ran thus, Altemanthera, Bego
' nia, Canna, Cokum, Geranium, (va?
riegated,) Guzenia, (variegated,)
I Vinca, (variegated,) Pyrothrnm
and man v otber varieties.
BEDDING PLANTS_Verhcnia, Petunia.
Heliotrope, Salvia, Lantana, Donhlo Whiio
Feverfew, Cuphea, Coleus, Chrysauthcmums.
50 varieties of GERANIUMS, consisting of |
Double, Variegated. Ivy, Scented, Scarlet,
Nosegay and Largo Flowered.
10 varieties of FUSCHIA.
Also, a choice selection of ANNUAL, BIEN?
NIAL and PERENNIAL PLANTS, raised from
carefully selected Seed, and ready for trans?
planting. Apply to W. H. WIGG.
Washington streut, one door from Bull.
jft EC -a. T s . Jg
B. & Wi C. SWAFFIELD'S,
"^TT^E havo now in store a very largo stock
of tho above goods, and wo assure our cus?
tomers that wc have never before beeu en?
abled tooffer them so CnofCE A SELECTION
OF GOODS, at such low prices.
We have good All Wool SUITS at $15, suita?
ble for any business man.
We have a very large stock, and we aro de?
termined to undersell any other dealers, as
our facilities enable us to do so.
Are decided to bc tho best fitting Shirts ruado.
Wo moho the finest custom garments made in
this Stato. Call and examine.
March 25 R. A- W. C. SWAFFIELD.
G. F. JACKSON'S.
NOT to be boat by any tonse in the city,
large or smaU. Whito PIQUES at 12*
couts to 59 coots por yard. MUSLINS at lo
cents per yard-warranted to wash. DAMASK
DOYLIES at 75 cents to $1.50 nor dozen, and
a host oj cheap DRY GOODS and FANCY
ARTICLES, at lossprioos than before tho war.
"AT ?CWB & 00?'8"
.:. - ? - TO?DAY . - . - -
LADIES' UNDER GARMENTS
W E do Dot desire to do Away with the use
of the common needle or thc EMPIRE SEW?
ING MACHINE, for which we are Agents, but
simply to yet up a nico line of gooda which
will bo both ECONOMICAL to the HUSBANDS
and LABOR-SAVING to the WIVES. In this ?
j department ?tidies sec at a glance a complete
idreas from un APRON to a CORSET COVER.
J New styles C.VSSIMERES and CLOTHES
for Gents. PARASOLS now open.
W. D. LOVE,
: March 29 _ B; B. McCREERY.
WALTER C. FISHER,
And Dealer iu
Family Medicines, Seeds,
FANCY GOODS, ?Vc,
OT TOS.'TE THE CO LUM UTA HOTEL.
HAVING JUST OPENED MY
DRUG STORE, I offer to Columbia
'and vicinity a well-selected stock of
PURE DRUGS, FAMILY MEDI?
CINES, SEEDS, and everything
usually kent in a first class estab?
lishment. Prescriptions carefully prepared.
I I introduce a now feature (for Columbia)
in tho Prescription business, having a BELL
at tho front dour, at:d a competent person to
sleep in thc Store, parties can ho supplied
with Medicine at any hour of the night.
if???SS STOVES! STOVlsT
Tin-ware ! Tin-ware ? Tin-ware !
PLUMBING, ROOFING, GUTTERING, and
alt work in this hue, put up lo order
and ready for salo at tho
OAR OL I A' A M A N U F A C T O li Y.
Call at either bouse-Columbia or Newberry.
HENRY H. BLEASE,
Oharlotte, Columbia & AugnstaR. R. Co? \
CHARLOTTE, March 1, 1871.
THIS Company will continue to receive
m ut) ev.,<>" Juiiosit or loim for atv moulin
or longer, and pay interest on tbs same at the
rate ot ten per cent, pur annum. Deposits
or loan* may be made with the Treasurer pf j
tho Company tit Columbia, M. P. l'egram,
Cashier, or tho undersigned.
March 5 2vio President.
Desirable Vehicles. I
WE have now ou h mid a full and
^line assortment of BRETTS, Rock?
aways ttud Buggies, which we offer at cost
prices for cash. These are our own manufac- j
ture, and we warrant them to be of superior
workmanship. Wo are couatantly adding to
our stock and will manufacturo to order any
desired style of vohicle, from a small Pony
Phmton toa largo Carriage. ,
REPAIRING promptly attended lo.
CARROLL A SPELLMAN.
Entire New Stock.
THE undersigned respectfully informs
(hi9 customers that he has REMOVED to
(tho new atoro, on Main street, directly
_Loppoaite the Columbia Uctel, and is fully
prepared with au entirely NEW STOCK OF
GOODS, to tit ?mt ft gentleman in tho very
LVTEST FASHION. He baa secured the
latest and best styles ot CLOTHS, CASSI
MERES and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOOD1* g- norally. Call at tho new stand and
select a suit, or leave vour oidor and have it
made to measure. C. D. EBERHARDT.
March 2(5 _
TONS puro PERUVIAN GUANO,
?\) 50 ton? Berger St Bntze's Superphos?
phate, for salo low to planters and dealers,
for cash, bv WELLS A CALDWELL.
Near G k C. h. lt. Defcut, Columbia, S. C.
Spring and Summer Goods,
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
THOUGH late in
opening our stock or
CLOTHING, wo chal?
lo ico tho St ate for LOW
PRICES, and aro ready
and willing to comparo
qu iii IT find ftaisb with
all in our line-having
had all goods m ado es?
pecially for our trade.
I Wo enumerate a few of
[these goods, to convey
in idea to thc commu?
nity at largo, and those
who have not, aa yet,
honored us with a call:
Fancy CaBsinicro Suita,
Black Cassimero Suit?,
Plain Colored Cassimero
Suits, White Duck Snits,
Cream Duck Suita,
Brown Duck Suits, Der?
by Sacka, Alpaca Sacks
iii all colors, White
Vesle, Fancy Vesta, Silk
Our Btock or FUR?
NISHING GOODS and
is complete, nnd we feel
justified in saying that
our SHIRTS are the
most perfect tilting ever found ready-made;
Shirts also made to ord? r.
Our line of HATS is large and varied; and
in this line, too, wo defy competition in LOW
PRICES. We ead r-pecial attention to tho K.
K. K. Hat-something never as yet surpassed
in beauty. In Silk Hats, we have all the styles
of tho present season. We boast of the very
largest slook ot STRAW. HATS in this city,
embracing all sty les and colors. We ask but
& fair trial to ^tarantee satisfaction, and most
cordially extend an invi'.atiou to all in want of
ftooda in our line tu pay us a call ero uurcLas
ng olsewhere.. D. GOODMAN,
Main street, nest to Pollock House.
. ' ' ''.*'*' . .... ?."' i
rpjj-g OLD ADI\GE OF qiTg"p>
.KARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WOIIM,'
Haa failed moat signally thia season, io tho j
For it is a wei! kuowu tact that thci o has boon
Depreciation of from 10 to 20 Per Cent.
Within tho last twenty days. One of onr firm
BEING ON THE SFOT, has taken all advan?
tage of thc decline, which enables ns to fur?
nish our friends'and the poblic at tho
Having made arrangements in New York to
Supplied Weekly with Fresh Goods,
Our patrons trill DECEIVE THE BESEFTT, as we
And we invite aa
INSPECTION OF Ol'R STOCK,
Which is as
Large and Attractive as Usual.
Call early and get some of the
That will be offered in every departinout of
our house, onr motto being
"0. LUCK SA LES AXI) SHOE T PROFITS."
Fartics writing for SAMPLES, will PLEASE
DE SPECIFIC, as that branch has so much in?
creased lately, that we ?nd it will pay to con?
tinue it, and, as an extra iuduccmont, wo will
deliver all packages from ?25 and upwards
FREE OF FREIGHT I
Wc havo added a beaotifol stock of
To our Honeo-fornlshing Department,
Which will be SOLD LOWER
Than they can be bought anywhere else in
% ..'-"''.vc- ii t. .
J. H. & H. W KIN ABD.
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES, a
OENTS' FURN?SDING GOODS,
UMBRELLAS, CANES AND 'Mei
(Succeeaora to W. J. Hoke.)
WILL con tinao the business at tho old
stand, Main street.
We will sell tho recent purchase at New
Come and see onr new ?tock of SPRING
GOODS now arriving, and purchased by th?t
experienced and artiatic clothier, Q. M. JOHN?
SON, L; D. CHILDS,
March 17 f2mo_JOHN 8. WILEY.
"EMPORIUM OF FASHION,"
JAMES W. FOWLER, Proprietor,
AUBKV1LL.E, S. C.
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY
DRESS - MASING
8AMPLEB of DBY GOODS sent
by mail. MILLINERY sent by ex
preBB and satisfaction guaranteed.
Particular attention paid tn the
Oiling of orders. . April limo
Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta H. K.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 21.1871.
ATTENTION of Stockholders is invited to
following resolutions, adopted- at last
Resolved, That tho privilege of free trans?
portation for stockholders and their families,
to and from our annual meetings, hs here?
after extended to the holders of stock in the
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Resolved, That no stock bo allowed repre?
sentation at any future stockholders' meeting,
except stock in the Charlotte, Columbia and
In anticipation of the annual meeting,
which occurs on Wednesday, 3d May, th?
transfers of stock will be suspended between
20th April and Sd May, inclusive.
March20 t20 C. BO?KNIQHT, Treasurer.
Boots, Shoes and Hats
For the million!
G R E AT L Y__REDUCED_ PRICES!
I WILL SELL FOR FIFTEEN DAYS, AT
AND BELOW COST, to make
room for SPRING G OOD8. No old : stock on
hand. The Goods aro Fresh
and Seasonable. j?~CALL AND EXAMINE
for yourselves,^* at the
MAMMOTH BOOT, 8HOE AND HAT HOUSE,
Under tho Columbia Hotel.
Feb 12_A. 8MYTHE.
19,999 I>bs. Bacon,
2,000 Bushels Corn,
40 Barrels Sugar,
30 Sacks Ooftee,
LL at the lowest figures they have been
Loitered at SINCE TUE WAH.
BUYING FOB CASH,
SELLING FOB CASH,
Turning ovor Gooda quick before thsy get o'.d
or decline, we CAN, WILL AND DO offer the
I very CLOSEST ria uni.? that CAN DE MADE.
Oar Btock, both of
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES,^
Haa recently been largely inoreas?d.
April 2 L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
M. OOLDSMITH. ?. KIND.
GOLDSMITH & KIND,
I FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
(Phoenix IroD Works,)
AI/,. ERS of STEAM
ENGINES, of all
s izo a; Horse Pop?
pers, Circular and
=Muloy Saw Mills,
'Flour Mills, Grist
and Sugar Cane
Houso and 8tore
ings, Agricultural Implemt-nts, ?lo. Braes
and Iron Castings nf all kinds made to ordor
on short notice, and on tho mott reasonable
terms. Also, manufacturers of COTTON
NEW STORE !
NEW GOODS ! SEW PRICES
OUR friends will find us in tho new largs
brick building nearly opposite our old
stand, where we will be glad tb welcome them,
and offer the
Largest Btock of Goods,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Wo havn ever bad. Onr heavy salsa within
tho last two mouths has convinced ns that
tho ONLT 8?8?KM IS I.CW PRICES AND QUICK
SALES, and this shall ID future bo our motto.
We oder the LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS
ia the city, at the lowest prices; moat of lt
having boen purchased for oash since the late
decline. If this is not trao, wo will pay for
lying._ L?RICK St LOWRANCE.
TALLEY &. BARN WELL.
THE undersigned biro1 this -day entered
Into partnership, in the practice of law
under tho name of,TALUS;St BABSWKLI..
W. H. TALLEY?
Jan * ; . NATHANIEL BARNWELL.
:' " .. ' LIME, .
THB O II KAT FERTILIZE fi.
ICAN fnttiiab, LIM? at Depot at Walhalla,
8. C., for $1 50 per ?(j^t<J.^fldr?8ii
tv :. ? R K v, B. ruo L D E R, WalhallaV? C.
March 2C .