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BEBWF, May 12?*?In the German Par?
liament/ tb-day, Bismarck' gav?Itt? pi?
ti?^ri'?rbie recent' 'y?siV to.PrankfoA
tippler, wtth' Fevre;... H?'.?i?c?'if the
ob)ook?ougb.t had not been ncuom plLsb.:
ed, the Germana wonld have taken pos?
session bf Paria and demanded the with
. drawal of the Versailles-forces -behind
the Loire. . Tho treaty which waa con?
cluded hastens 'the payment of the war
indbmhity to Germany; A half milliard
of ivis tb be'paid by France thirty d?j?i
after .tho entry of the .Versailles army
into Paris, and a milliard more before
tho end of December. Then only will
Ger mans ' evacuate the Pari s for te. . A's
to tho ?abrogation of thjjf commercial
treaty, -Bismarck stated that the with?
drawal of France from tho maintenance
o! that instrument was merely for, the
pqrpnse abd hope ot reoeipt'of increased
customs duties with whioh to liquidate
her' is'dbhtsdnsis. Ratifications of the
treaty vwiU be chaugod on tho 20.th. . .
""PABLI, May 12.- Tho Comuiitteo 0!
Pabilo .Safety has issued ."a proolamatioi
to tho people, .which saya tho Republic
arid the Commune bad escaped a morta
peril. Treason had penetrated our ra uki
and bribes been distributed. Rossel'i
surrender of Issy was tho first step o
tbo q*iiftma-tho opening pf tho gates o
gana wa* to follow. A ihajority. of th
guilty have boen arrested. A court mar
tial is now sitting, and their , punish
m'od? will be exemplary. Numerous pu
p?ra^hayc been suppressed by the Com
mun10,. religious instruction ordered b
oeos?, and all crucifixes and Madonnas t
. ba removed from - the schools. Deles
lazo reporta tho ramparts euffloientl
guarded to prevont surprise. Si?cle say
a vast tBonanartist organization exist
throughout.France. Co m m uno emissf
rios , aro arranging convocation of foo
munioipal congresses at Bordeaos
Lyons, Nantes and Lille.' *
ViRflAn.TiHfl, May. 12.-Tho : Go ven
ment troops, to-day, made a determine
assault apon tho Convent of Issy an
oarriod the position! at the point of tit
bayonet, though it.was stoutly d?fende
by insurgents. Many of tho cnom
were hilled and three guns raptured.
; ' ? VIENNA, Moy'12.-American Minist?
Jay gave a banque t, .to-day, in honor <
.. Childer^ untrl recently -first Lord of tl
British Admiralty. . '.
'^XJC?COOIT,' May 13.-The Commui
. G enrobed tho Bank of Prance for arin
but none wera found. . Th? Sociale pr
poses "the immediate execution of 1
. monah ora of tho Central Committee.
. " ia reported that the Central Cb m mitt
- ! Jiro ab o u t to .retire.' \ ? It is rnm?/ecVifa
" the G o m m u n is ts are ret i ri a a; f rom Pt
vjiyanv?re; ... al)hi ??;r.
" * ?'iette?from ?odnt Chatab?rd. ms
ing a strong bid for tho throne of Franc
i& . published. Le Yanguer rep orb? i
~creaslnK,diBcpuragQment among the IS
t?onal-p?dra, fyia iu^ : afc1 ^?tem'pt h
. beenTmad? to'assassinate D?mbrowski
special to?Tb*p?naon SMB'
.. olerkof the Bank bl Franco stat??.tt
? Atria is armed,, victualled- and prepat
ifojs&nd a siege. r Fighting ht reported
1 Bfc lJaen, which show's that the spht
ot attack is extending.' ? The Germ
commander demands the disarmament
the-Northern enciente ot Paris.
','! . Tho News speoial reports a naval co
. . bafc at Auteuil Yaooduot/ One Insurg?
^tan-boat was sank. 5,000 troops.or
tba. Seine to-night to reinforce the trot
~. occupying Boulogne and B ellan coori.
. ? The Telegraph special says a reconnt
?J\ sance has.been made under Dombrowt
- td deceive the Versai!lists from.Sable
! ville. A permanent court-martial
beOU; established in Paris.' The Vers
listo captured the seminary of Jssy, r.
; Yora&ilUatei are actively poshing forw
and approaching the walle, MacMal
.. h!a? i?jiucd an nddresa to the troops,
paronfcly preliminary to a grand nt tac
Baron de Vari Gregnoase, formerly
, * tabbed,to the French Legation at Wi
Ington, is dead. . "
.: PAJRIS, May 13.-Ot M, BriUie'rajry
plaoe? Delesolneze as DeJegate Mini
1 e of .War to the Commune. . Poor m
hors of the National' Guard have l
snot for treason. It is Said Gen. Bo
. IA at Bellovine, arranging for the sa
Of tho city, in oase the Vorsoillists uhf
' take the ramparts. Members of the
publican JJ?agae have joined'.the C
LONDON, May 13. -Speoial despah
! ttom. Paris . Bay a le vy, en masse i s
peeled.! Gen. LaOreioia becomes g
ral i es i mo. ii The Commune has mad
demand anon the Bank of Franco
lp,0(K>,OOOf. The residences of F
< and Thiers haye been destroyed,
furniture in the palaces of the Tuille
Louvre and jcjiysees was taken and
to-day. The column df. the -Vend
still stands. A Versailles despatch
50,000. troops are encamped at St.
mai no, nqd ^ill join tho forces--of <
. Donai in a grand attack upon Paris.
. PARIB, May 13.-It ia supposed
an attempt was made to murder I
browski. A stranger, on whom s
? vol??r was found, asked for tbe gen
and qdarrelled with the sentinel, 1
. his refusal of admittance. The sen
-killed the stranger with his bayonet
' * , Am?rlcnn ?atelllmmco.
OnARiiESToN, May . 13.-Arriv*
soh?o?ers ' Harriet C. Sheppard,
- -?ork;.S. L. Russell, Philadelphia.
' ?? CHARLESTON, May 13.- Arriv
steamers Falcon, Baltimore; Get
: ; New , York;. barks Banger, G io nc
Haas.; Carmen, Santiago de <
.ohooo?ra Lettie Wells, New York;
Falcan. Providence; Luoy D, Ne?
... leans. Sailed-steamers'Virginia, 1
; dblphla; James Adgor, New York;
. ' ' Isabella, ' Barcelona; Bebo on ors F.
riva; Now York; Jesse Hart. Now
Ann Miller, .'Boston; Matt Bedell
tomoo Ri vor. . -
' ALBAN y, May 12.-Drs. Gray and
dor pool, who were appointed by
Hoffman to examine the prisoner I
under sentenoe of- death at
barat?n, have made a report deo
that? in their Cpil9bs>pT^(alofF is in 1
Bound ^ysfcalfceitthi^ J?ua?,J
that heavy raina and caterpillars are in?
creasing alarmingly. . ,
OMAHA, May 18.-The Missouri River
is higher than for. four years, ami. ia still
SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.-Tbere is
great anxiety for the steamer Pacific,
long over-due. , I
WASHINGTON, . May 13.^The: Britiah
American Parliament, as for aa heard
from, are adverse to the treaty. Several
Senators have amendments to the treaty,
?and many are ? preparing elaborate
speeches. A three weeks session, at
I least, is probable. The Attorney-Gene?
ral decides that Revenue Commissioner
Pleasanton erred in .exempting dividends
from tax for the five months ending 1870.
The decision will impose a tax of many
thousands upon banks,- railroads and
other corporations for time named.
Probabilities-It is probable that the
Nur th Cai ulina storm will slowly move
Eastward,* without extending into the
interior. No material change is indi?
cated for Sunday East of the Mississippi.
Oldudy and rainy'weather aro probable
West of Iowa. .
' The following ia a faller statement of
the Attorney-General's d?cision: Claims
for refunding tax under. Act Of July 14,
1870, were allowed by the Commissioner
of Internal Revenue and presented to
the Secretary of tho Treasury for ap?
proval, who submitted the following
questions to the Attorney-General, who
in each instance answered affirmatively:
Ia the. tax on interest or conpons paid on
bonds or other evidences of debt im?
posed by the fifteenth section of the
above Aot, applicable to. interest paid
between August 1 and December 81,
1870? The same question regarding tax
on dividend? of earnings, incomes or
? gains? Also, shoold officers and em?
ployees of the Government, Senators
and members' of Congress, be taxed on
salaries for the five months in question?
The - Secretary of the Interior has
gone to Philadelphia. The Secretary Of
War hi? returned. -No change in Cor?
eo ra n's oonditiqn. Tho Iroquois and
Wiooming have been ordered to be
fitted for seh immediately. .
Returns at the census office show the
colored population in all the States and'
Territories to be 4,857,000, a gain of
9-35-100tbs per cent, since 1860. The
States stand in the following order with
reapeot to tho colored population : Geor?
gia, Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi,
South -Carolina, North Carolina, Lou?
isiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas,
Maryland, Arkansas, Missouri, Florida,
.Pennsylvania, Ohio, Nebraska, District
of Columbia. Now Jersey, Illinois, In?
diana, Delaware, West Virginio, Kansas,
Massachusetts, ' Michigan, Connecticut,
Iowa, Rhode Island, California, Wiscon?
sin, Maine, Vermont, Nevada, Minnes
sota'. New Hampshire and Oregon.
B?T/rti?oiiE, May. ,13.-Tho steamer
Isaac P. Smith, exploded her drum to?
day? Several persons were severely
scalded and otherwise injured.
.. Nsw YORK, May 13.-Wm.,Tweed was
installed Grand Sachem of Tammany, at
ita eighty-third annual meoting, last
The stallion Leviathan is dead.
ST. LOUIS, May 13:-Rev. J. D. Fal?
t?n, of Boston, delivered an address be
fore the Southern Baptist Convention,
urging a union of the* Northern and
Southern Baptists.. I
BOSTON, Moy 13.-The House defeated
female suffrage, by a tte vote-68 to 68.
The Senate .defeated a bill regulating
boors of labor in factories by a large
The Fifth Army Corps Sooiety, with
only one dissenting vote, resolved to pe
: tition the President to re-open General
Fitz John Porter's case.
SCRANTON, PA., May 13.-- No progress
in reconciliation of the mining troubles,
j Nsw ORLEANS, May 13.-Vincent Bay
I onna and Peter Abriel were banged at
ll o'clock to-day, for killing .a sailor,
about a year ago, robbing him of .$12
and throwing his body-in the river.
Both men behaved with coolness to the
last. After religions rites, they wero
pinioned; when Bayonn a stepped on the
soaffoid, he looked at the crowd and
ejaculated "Cavajo,*' and spat upon
them. The execution took place in the !
parish prison yard. A large crowd
gathered around the prison. The Spa?
nish, English, Belgian and French Con?
suls petitioned the Governor to com?
mute tbe sentenoe io imprisonment for
life, bat acting Governor Dnnn declined
SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.-The Grand '
Repnblio has arrived. She brings for
New York 854 packages tea, 344 pack?
ages silk; also, 881 paokages ten and 8
balea silk for Europe.
HAVANA, May 18.-A despatch from I
Santiago de Coba says Valmaseda, at the
last hour, reprieved Bopillo Horruitinier
and others ordered to be shot at 7 o'clock
thia morning. The Consul at Santiago
believes Valmaseda's clemency in this
instance furnishes some hope for the
keepers who were arrested at Villa Del
cabre for complicity with the insurgents.
JACKSON, Miss., May 13.-Just before
the adjournment of the Legislature, a
general railroad aid law was signed by
: the Governor and became a law, donat?
ing ?$4,000 per mile to new railroads.
This is the most liberal legislation ever
had on railroads by the State; and it
will givo great impetus to all the roads
in the State. Among the important
Ads passed this week and approved by
tho Governor, is one giving all the State
lands to the Mobile and North-western
Railroad, generally known- as Mann's
Road. The Legislators "adjourned sine
die, and with general good feeling. Gov.
Alcorn entertains the entire body this
A A GAB LOAD of fine Ken-ij^_
7krfN.tucky MULES and HOIl?E?*??
-among them some feetJCX?
?l,a ? n stock-for sale. Apply at^^^^
AGNEW A. CO.'8 Btabloa, Assumbly street.
cotton, yesterday, ISO bales-middling
13}4<b i/" / .?i:-. . ii .. - -..
Nsw' YORK, >Mdy. lgf-Kopnii-Gold,'
Governments^and stocks strong and
steady. Money easy. Sterling un?
changed. Flour dull and declining.
Wheat quiet and heavy? Oom very firm.
Pork quiet, jt^?.00(SlT;25. Golton
firm-nplauda l&Ji;. Orleans 1 G j?; sales
2,000 ' bales. ' Frefghw "ten,. Specie
shipments to-day $1.8OO;OO0.~ fjk
7 P. M.-Colton flrmi;: fioles 4,805
bales, at 16. Flour dull and favor?
buyers-common to fair extra 6.60(21
7.10; good to choice 7.15^9.00. - Wheat
dull-winter red and amber Western
email@example.com. Corn- closed heavy, at 79@
80. Pork quiet, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard
quiet- kettlo 11%. Freights very firm.
Money easy, at 3@4, with exceptions at
2. Sterling quiet and unchanged. Gold
steady, at \\%(ch\\y,:. Governments
dull and steady all day.* Southerns quiet
and active, with ' bat little change in
price.- Tennessees 7*0: new.^T?. Virgi?
nias 68}?; new,71J?.i 'Louisianas 68 V<;
new 01V?; levees 70; 8s 84. Alabamas
102; fis 70. Georgias 85^; 7e 92. North
Carolinas .47^4 ; new 26. ; South Caro?
linas 73; new 62?i.~
BAiiTiMonE, May - 18.- Flonr quiet.
Wheat Urra. Cora-white dull, at 74@
75; yellow 76. Pork quiet, at 18.00.
Bacon steady-shoulders 7??; hams 16?
17. Lard ll*4'<?> 12. Whiskey 92>?@93.
Cotton firm and held higher-middling
lbH@myi'' gross recoipts 50; exports to
Great Britain 670; sales 450; stock 3,117.
LO?TSVILIIE, May 13.-Corn 68. Pork
18. Bacon-packed shoulders 7*4'; olear
rib 9^; clear sides Tjar,j 11@12>?. !
? Whiskey quiet, at 88. ,
CHARDESTON, May 13.-Cottou strong- |
i middling 15; receipts 531; exports 2,534;
sales 400; stock 17,175.
AUGUSTA, May 13. -Cotton :iosed
strong ami active, at for Liverpool
> middling; sales 780 bales; recoipts 1,400.
SAVANNAH, May. 13.-Cotton firmer,
but nft higher-middling ll^fT?lS; re?
ceipts 920 bales; sales 700; stock 33,336.
j WiiiMXNQTON, May 13.-Cotton firm
middling l-l i .J ; 'receipts 20; sales 21;
I stock 1,666. i
MoniLB, May 13.-Cottou active and
firm-middling U3)?@15&; receipts 382;
exports 137; sales 800; stock 25,549.
. NEW ORLEANS, May J3.-Cotton active,
at full prices-middling' 15^(ajl5>,.'; re?
ceipts 1,438; sales 4,000; stock 143,188. !
Pork dull-mess 18.75.
' GALVESTON, May 13.-Cottou strong- j
good ordinary 13; receipts 940; exports
2,377; sales 1,500;. stock 57,790.
' FBANKEOBT, May 13.-BondH 96Tg. !
LONDON, May 13-Noon.-Consols
no o y Ti--. ? #w.. -
LIVERPOOL, May 13-Eveniug.-Bom?
bay shipments to the 12th, since last re?
port, 36,000 bales. Cotton opened with
an upward tendency and ia still buoyant
-uplands Orleans 7^@734';
solea 15,000 bales;.speculation and export
5,000; sales for shipboard at' New Or?
leans, 73 i; Charleston and Savannah 7 Vi
for middling. . " ! . _
Corn and Hay.
/3AA BUSHELS of prime WHITE CORN,
v>\J\J 500 bales prime Hav, for ?ale low
Tor cash, at . D. 0. PEIXOTTO A SOS'S.
May lt 3_
ALL persons are hereby warned from enter
in? upon tbe plantation known aa "Tren
holm's." . Persons violating thia notification
will be dealt witb as trespautera.
May 14 3 _LEVY A MIK ELL. .
THERE will ba a epocial mooting
QC^-^ of your Company, TO-MORROW
ijgggSjMonday] EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
iX=Z-- Punctual attendance is requested,
aa Anal arrangements will'bo mado for tho
?excursion to Charleston. By order of tbe
Treeident. JOHN F. SUTPHEN,
May 14 1 Secretary pro. (cm.
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
E38AYS FOR YOUNO MEN. on great so
oial evils and abuboa, wbioh interfere
witU MABBIAOK, with euro moans of relief for
the erring and unfortunate, diseased and de?
bilitated. Sent In sealed letter envelopes,
free of obarge. Address HOWARD SANITA?
RY AID ABriOOIATION, ?io. 2 Boutb Nintb
street, Philadelphia, Pa._May 14 gmo
ALA MODE BEEF. Yeal, Wild Dock, frosh
Maokerel, fresh Salmon, Oysters,
Poaches, Tomatoes, Strawberries, Qage
Plums. Ali of first quality and full weight.
For walo low._E. HOPE.
fr (\ DOZ. ROYAL BAKING POWDERS,
rJ\J [aamplaa freo.]
? 50 doz. Anurows' celebrated least PowderB.
25 doz. Sea Foam Baking Powder,
20 boxes Baking Soda, assorted papers.
Just received and for sale by
May 13_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Soap! Soap!! Soap!!!
1 fifi B0XEa FAMILY SOAP-quality un
JLv/V/ surpasBed, and prices reduced 20
per cent.-at wholesale and retail, by
MaylS_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
6>? lfk OHOICE Sngar-onred HAMS, just
?j \ r\J received and for sale low by
May ll_JOHN AGNEW fe SON.
Choice Hay Butter.
I rv TUBB choice May BUTTER, jnet re
1_" " coi ved and for aale by
May ll_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
A f\ TONS COTTON SEED MEAL. Excol
*dfc\J loot formanuro. EDWARD HOPE.
May 13_ _
Match for Fifty Dollars a Side.
AQUARTER RACE will bo run on tbe
Oongareo Courao, MONDAY AFTER?
NOON, May 15. Charles Pettiugill enters tho
Sumter Maro. .Monto; unirlos Minort enters
Mike._May 13 2
Self-Sealing* Fruit Jars,
Of Glass and Earthenware, Jor Preserving
Fruits and Vegetables.
THE8E Jars bavo boon oxtonsively used in
this markot for the last three yearn, and
have given ontiro satisfaction. A fall nupplv
in store and for cale at STANLEY 8.
May 12 S
Freo Sonp every day, at ll o'clock, at POL?
"S now in Kow York, devotion his time in ne
_ looting ?nd shipping aa by every steamer
S UM KEE MONTHS.
Oar improved facilities and intimate* con?
nections with most nf the largest importers
and manufacturera throughout the country,
?tve ns extra ? advantages over AST OTU KU
ouse in the buying of goods, and in the se?
lections for this market. We only buy the
"Best Makes of Goods"
AND SELL TUEU AT
THE LOWEST PRICES.
Oar stock wiil bc kout up complete in all
departmeute, so that all iu want of
GOOD AKD CHEAP DRY GOODS
Will bo sum to find them at th? popular one
price store of W. D. LOVK ?Sf CO.
W. D. LOVE.
D. D. MOCBEERY._May 7
JUST received, a largo assortment of flee
poliah HICKORY CAKES. Also, a nico
selection of new and pretty nt vies of FANCY
CANES, at E. POLLARD'S.
April 26 thmG_
MRS. C. E. REED bega leave
to inform the ladiea in general
that she has now ready a tull line
of the latest and moat fashionable
! styles or MILLINERY, Hair and
Fancy Goods, at reducod prioea.
.Also, fresh euppliee every week.
Call and see for yourselves. Slay 4
ABET of COTTON SPINNING MACHINE?
RY complete; to conaume about GOO
pounds Cotton' per wcok, making Ko. 25 and
No.'30 Yarna; for water power. Best Eastern
make; liberal credit if desired. Applv to
JOHN H. HOLM I'S,
April 23 tlO_Charleston, S. C.
VIOLIN & GUITAR STRINGS.
ANEW supply of choice Italian STRINGS.
Alco, a flue selection of Violin Bows,
Screws,Tail Boarda, Bow Hair, Bridgea, Bosin
and Violincello Strings, just received at
. April 25 weC _E. POLLARD'S.
PORTER ^ STEELE'S,
A F?LL LINE 07
IN ALL COLOBS, FOn
'Itt. A Y rP ARTIES.
April'ST - 1 -
M e RENZIE
: 18 ' NOW? PREPARED
W1T0 A FULL AND SELECT STOCK
Fancy Goods and Toys.
THE moat complote in variety and quality
in the city. Spring goods for boys and
iris, consisting of Buts and Dalli, Marbles,
kipping Ropes, Croquet Sets, Hoops, Blow,
Rubber, Blond?n, Rainbow. Gyroscopo, Cha?
meleon, Spring and Fancy Tops, Dolls ic pro?
fusion, dressed and undressed, Fancy Boxes,
Bags, with a largo etook of Common Toys.
A large and varied assortment bf pnro Can?
dies, manufactured dally. Cakes ot all kinds
fresh made livery d ?y. French Bon Boas,
Crystallized Fruits, Chocolate, Nougoat, Lou?
don Almonds, Cream Dates, Ac. Canned
Goods, a fair supply. Jellies, borne manufac?
ture from puro fruit. Foreign Fruits and
Nuts, Almonds, RaisinB, a full lino. English
Crackers, Albert Biscuit, genuine.
Weddings, Parties, Pic Nics, Ac, supplied to
order, with Cake, Ice Cream, Lemonade, Ac.
Call at McKenzie's Confectionery and Toy
Store, Main street, near State House, and be
convinced that our assortment and prices can?
not bo excelled. April 2G
MOWERS, and all kinda Harvesting Machines
I on hand and for aale at lowest prices in tho
Wo call special attention to our Horse
Power, which is the best powor in uso and
not high priced. With our experience in
planting, and tho use of agricultural imple-'
meats and machines, together with our facili?
ties for having goods manufactured, we claim
we can give lower figures, better goods and
boiter satisfaction than any other bouse in the
country. Send for catalogue.
April23 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
5CASKS Jamoa Honnosay's A Brandenburg
F ron.'a BRANDIES, imported direct, and
offered pure and unadulterated. These com
8riso vintages or 1835, 1858, 16G0 and 18C3
took of Hocks. Clar?te and Whito Wines in?
clude some of toe most famous brands as well
aa sound lota priced gooda. For sale by
March25_. PEO. BYMMERB._
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
near tho corner of Blandiug. Forterms,
apply to Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb 22_ . HENDRIX tc BRO. _
ASMALL invoicoof those genuine Albert
BISCUITS, manufactured by McKenzie
A McKenzie, Edinburg.tiootlaud.
English Biscuits, Fancy Nie Naco, Bril
liauta. Oems, Corn hill, Ao.
April7 _JOHN MCKENZIE.
Soda and Mineral Water.
THE FOUNT is open for tho season, with
choice syrups, made from puro juico of
the fruit. HEiSE'S CONFECTION KUY.
THE commodious and desirable
ii j ROOMS abovo the Storo we occupy
Milt singly, in suits, or altogether. Pos?
session of tho second floor desired in Sep?
tember. It. C. SHIVER A CO.
Meals furnisbod at all hours at POLLOCK'S.
WrlOTTH?LPHUK 8FRI?OS, ~"|
a REEN BRIER, AVEST VIRO ZU IA.
THESE BpHnge, famous for their alterativo j
water; and fashionable patronage, will bo 1
opon on.tbe.?3T of JUNE. They afford ac?
commodations?for 2.000 persona.
The cara of the Chesapeake and <9hio Ralbi
road mu to tho Springs. Excursion ticket?. j
at low rates, will be famished in the priocipaJ
citioB, North and Benth.
These Springs ar? -2,000 foet above tide?
water, and the climate in which they are situ?
ated ia always cool and invigorating, affording
entire relief from prostrating Bummer heatl
j Prof. Rosenbergers excellent Band will be
I in attendance, to enliven the Lawns and Ball
Masquerade and Fancy Balla during tho sear?
son, aa heretofore.
An extensive Livary will be kopt at very
CnAUOE3.-M per day, and 175 per month of
thirty days. Children under ton years of age
and colored servants, half price; white ser
vants according to accommedations.
Pamphlets in reference to the medicinal]
value of the water, routes to the Springs, otc,
may bo bad free ox charge: - .. . '
May 12 fimo GEO, lu PEYTON A CO.
Hot Springs, Bath County. Va;
THIS renowned watoring place will be
opened for the reception of visitors
Juno 1. : .
Ita waters aro celebrated for their CURATIVE
VIRTUES in tho treatment of various diseases,
such as Chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Torpor
of the Livor, Chronic Enlargement ot tho
Liver or Spleen, Chrooio Diarrhoea or Dysen?
tery, Non-Organic Paralysis, Old Injuries,
Affections of the Skiu, especially of Syphilitic
origin, Chronic Diseases of the Uterus, Ao.
Tho Baths varv ia temperature from 86? to
Board S3.Ou per. day, $20 00 per w.eck, $75
per month. . . , .
Telegraph Office at tho Hotel.
Prof. J. L. CABELL, M. D., of thc University 1
of Virginia, Resident Physician.
THOS. B. PRIOE A CO.,.
B. C. TARDY A CO.,
May 12 f9 Proprietors, Richmond, Va,
IPREPARED to meet th- requirements of
. the growing infant, containing the phos?
phates and all the health-giving properties of
tho finest wheat. Much of the suffering,
sickness and mortality among children Is
traceable to deficient nutrition-! Mothers will
take heed and buv the proper food. For sale
May 0 t DruRRist.
Medicine for Children.
DIA.RRHO A CORDIAL for bad Bowels and
Pains from Teething, Cholera Morbni,
Ac. Au olegant medicine to soothe and cure
Diseases of the Bowels. A real friend to
mothers and nurses. Only 25 canta a bottle.
For sale only at HEINITSH'8
May G t Drug Store.
ALL TO H?SO.
OUR BEAUTIFUL. ATTRACTIVE AND
(HIEAP STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Id in store aa ! moving, making room daily for
KEW ARRIVALS, :
Which we wili ooo tts a* to receive all through
Ul/rt SAMPLE. Dli'REAtl . ..
Ia a .-success,: and we are now distributing
Goods over .the entire State ?brough ita
agency. Themost careless observer cannot
but oee tho great advantages to bo derived
from dealing with a live house, like oura,
where everything is kept moving by system
aud order-where no extra profits are tacked
on tu pay idle hands. Ot course, we can and '
do BELL GOODS CHEAPEU THAN ANT
HOUSE IN THIS SECTION. A positive
proof is, that we sell more Goods than all the
rest added together. That ia tho proof.
Tho people know where to buy cheapest, and
let the strauger follow the great public. In
bnving, let them follow those who know
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
April 8_? ?
MAY be obtained by calling at I9AAC
SULZUAOnEK'S and purchasing one
of those justly celebrated ELGIN
WATCH Eh, and wbero you can find a
complete stock of Diamonds. Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware, of the boat
Lmanufaotnro. In addition are the
United states, Waltham, English and Swiss
Watches in Gold and Silver Cases, which will
be closed out at New York prices.
Constantly on h.md fine Gold Chains, Seal
Ringa, Ch arms, Lockets, Sleeve Buttons, Sets,
and a varied stock of Fancy Articles.
All kinds of Repairing done promptly, and
warranted, bv ISAAC BULZBAO?ER,
April 27 Under Columbia Hotel.
Excursion to St. Augustine and the St.
John's River, Florida.
THE splendid and'
fust steamer DICTA?
TOR, Capt. L. M. Cox
etter, viii leave the
; city of Charleston,on
TUESDAY, May 16th,
'at 8 SO P. M., on an
excursion to Florida, arriving at Bavannah on
Wednesday morning early, and remaining
j there until afternoon, affording ample timo to
visit Buenaventnro and other points of inter?
est. Leaving at S o'clock, P. M.. will arrive at
Bt. Augustine Thursday morning, where a
most agreeable day may be -spent inspecting
tho ancient Spanish fortress, tho Cathedral,
and other relics of tho first settlement on the
eontiuont, in sailing on the bay or visiting the
orango grovos of tho neighborhood.
Lenving St. An^-uBtine on Friday morning,
tho Dictator will pus? up the Bt. John's to Pa
'latka, by daylight, stopping at all points ot |
interest, thus affording a rare opportunity of
soring, to the host advantage, the moat beau?
tiful of Southern rivers.
Returning, will leave JaoksonrillaSaturday,
Fernandina tho samo afternoon, arriving at I
Savannah Sunday morning aud Charleston
Faro for round trip $18. No extra charge
for monia or staterooms)
May jj 14 BAVEN EL A CO.. Agents.
May Gothen Butter.
PT TUBS new MAY BUTTER, for sale by
t) May 5 _E. HOPE?
THIC tRBAT PEKTILIZKn.
r CAN furnish LIME at Depot at Walhalla,
i S. C., for $1 50 per barrel. Address,
REV. 1?. HOLDER, Walhalla, 8. 0.
TO bo had nt MCKENZIE'S SALOON, on
and after to-dnv, during the season.
Tho best placo to got a cool Bummer drink
it at POLLOCK'S.
ri. 'UT?' * ~! ii H 5
C.; ]Fy JACKSON^.,
WHITE LJNEN, mt 2?, 87J and 50 cents. ? K
LINEN D?OK,-fino and common*-'. ? '
LINEN DEE88 GOODS.
LINEN D KILLS, White and Dr o wu. >*\
LINEN DAMASK, White and Brown, aU atl
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF the most approved styles, oap be ob? -
tainod at I. SDLZBAOHEB'S eaUbUah
meoi, Main street, Columbia Ho.tol Bow..
Sots and half sets in great variety. Also/
solitaire abd cluster DIAMONDS. H PE OTA- -
CLES and EYE-GLASSES to enit all age?;'
May 12_ .; ..._.
An Early Call for the Beet Stereoscopic
AFINE assortmentof VjtEWSin Germany,
California. Switzerland, Spain, Ireland,
Scotland, the uiver Tharne?, near London:
j also, io tho United States; Statuary, colored
and plain. Also, Stereoscopes, some low
priced, for sale at BRYAN & MoOABTEB'S
bookstore._ . . ?. ._May 8
And Those in Want of
W E have now in store a full Une of tho
newest and most
. FASHIONABLE GOODS .
Of domestic, French and English manufac?
ture, which we guarantee, at all times, to sell
as low, if not at less prices, than any Bouse
in Columbia, buying our. Goods, from the
largest and moat celebrated oat ab nahmen ta
i ia the United State?. And as we desire to
please all, we have now ia our house the
?: ' .'. > O??? jj.? ?' ' / 1 ..'
EVEHY CLA8S OP GOODS,
From the lowest to the highest, and we fee I
confident that ali those favoring na with an
Order, from a distance will be pleased end
satisfied Cb at
O U R H O l? S E
T HE ON ?
In thia city to deal with. %.
Wo will, n?on application, send promptly
by mail, full linea of samples of those kind of
Goods desired and opecified by our friends
and oustomera. AU orders accompanied by
oash amounting to $25 and over, delivered in
any part of the State free of freight charges.
Those unaccompanied, will be sent O. O. D.
We respectfully aolicit orders, which wUl
receive the ?rompt and pereonal attention of
one bf the firm. -Onr prices being low, we
think we can render satisfaction to alt. Give
us a trial.
J. H. & M..L. KINARI),
May 3 _ COLUMBIA, B.C.
MWE offer tho following desirable pro?
perty tor sale:
THAT splendid family BE8IDENCE,
with forty-two acres of land attaohed, known
as tho "Wanter Placo." Several hundred
fruit trees of the choicest selection now
in foll bearing. The lands are comprised
of highlands and meadow, with a bold freo
?pring not distant from the house. The front,
near four acres in extent, facen on Upper
Boundary,- one of our moat publip streeta.
That very desirable piece of property situ?
ated ou corner of Biohardepn and Lumber
Htroote, running back to Assembly, containing
Dear two arrea land. On the premises ia a
lengthy brick store, say 200 feet deep. The
lot comprises ono of the most desirable build?
ing eites in tho city.
The Lot situated on corner of Richardson
aud L&nrcl streets, opposite the proposed
Court House and Post Offloe, for whiob*S75,000
baa been appropriated, fronting 90 feet on
Main atroet sud 208 on Laurel.
B. O'NEALE A BON,
April 29_ Cotton Town.
WALTER 0. FISHER,
(Opposite Columbia Botel,) ,
DRUGGIST AND DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
SPONGES, Chamois Skins,
Corks, Toilet Bf ashes,
Tooth Brushes, Combs,
Toilet Soap, OaatileSoap,
Ray Bum, Hair Oils,
Vichy Salt, Kissingen Bait,
Nit. Cerium, Leibi?*? Moat.
Jam. Ginger, Corn Starch,
Furo Soda, Eng., Croam Tartar,
Congress Water, Ao.
.ar Prescriptions prepared at any bnnr of
tho night or day._April 20
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BEOAU8E it gives strength ?nd Improve?
thoir health._March II
Tho only finn Playing Cards at POLLOCK'S/