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f Expressly for the Columbia Phoenix.}
LONDON, April ll-Evening.-The
Princess of Wales is at the poin' )t
death; a surgical operation of the
knee-bone necessary to save her lifo.
She cannot endure the pain and is
too weak for chloroform. The news
has been carefully kept from tho pub?
lic. The Prince of Wales haunts the
theatres as usual.
LONDON, April 12.-The grand jury
ignored the indictment against Gov.
Eyre for cruelty in suppressing the
The fleet which sailed for Cadiz
took out a peremptory demand for
redress in the Tornado and Victoria
cases. Spain returned an ovasive an?
DUBMN, April 12.- Patrick Condin,
alias Gen. Masseys Into Fenian leader,
escaped indictment by turning
BEIU?IN, April 12.-Bismarck has
sent an energetic note to Paris, de?
manding tho reasons for arming. He
says Prussia holds Franco responsible
for tho consequence of such steps,
and demands instant cessation of
Tho Prussian garrison of Rostadt
has been reinforced by two regiments.
iRostndt is a strongly fortified Baden
town, near the right bank of the
Uh i ne, fourteen miles from Carlo
STCTTO'AKDT, April ll-Evening.
Orders have been sent to tho Princi
Sal of the Wurtemberg and Baden
iailway statious, to Bend cars for ca?
WASHINGTON, April 12..-The Post
Office building is lighted by gas gene?
rated on tho premises. James A.
Kennedy, Treasurer and Superin?
tendent, A. H. Doubleday and L. B.
Moses, clerks, went to the basement,
to remedy some gas difficulty, and
carried a candle, when a terrific ex?
plosion ocourred; Moses will die, and
tho others are seriously, though not
After a very long debate, tho Se?
nate adopted a resolution to adjourn
Tho President's health has greatly
improved. He attended a Cabinet
Maryland returns 7,000 majority
for the Convention.
Ba the Supremo Court, on the mo
tion to file the Mississippi bill, the
Chief Justice said the motion to file
a bill was usually granted aa a matter
of course, but suggested that if tho
bill contains matter scandalous or
unfit to como before the Court, the
Court examines it or refers it to a
master. In this caso, the Attorney
General objects to the bill as contain'
ing matter unfit to bring before the
Court. That is the only point which
can now be considered. Upon that
point, the Court will first hear tho
Mr. O'Connor announced himself
and associates in attendance, should
it be decided to argue both bills.
The Attorney-General said the
Georgia bill lacked the point on
which he proposed to oppose filing
tho Mississippi bill. The Mississippi
bill was, in a legal sense, scandalous
as it proposed making the President
tho defendant before the Court.
Gov. Sharkey said he had amended
the bill to proceed against the Presi
dent as a citizen of Tennessee.
Attornoy-General Stanberry read
portions of the bill, claiming it was
manifestly against the President as
President. Ho alluded to a process
somewhat similar issued against Mr
Jefferson, in tho Burr trial. Mr
Jefferson did not obey, nor even
notice, the process. He should ad
vise tho President to disregard tho
subpoena, and traced the result
should the Court persist and tho Pre
sident remain firm. Tho Court, to
maintain its dignity, would have to
imprison tho President for contempt
Ho maintained, equally with tho
Kings of England, that tho President
was oxempt from proceedings of this
kind. He could only bo brought be
foro the bar of the Senate after im
pcachment. The Courts could punish
for acts committed while President
hut he was beyond their jurisdiction
while occupying thc chair. Ho also
maintained that the action was
against the United States Govern
ment as much as though the'Govern
mont were named. He aunounced
that ho appeared at the request of
tho President, who, when tho bills
passed over his veto, said there was
but one dnty, in his estimation, rest
ing upon him, and that was faithfully
to carry out and execute those laws.
It. J. Walker followed, and the
Court toot the matter under advise
A largo anti-Chinese meeting was
held in San Francisco, on tho 6th
ultimo; tho object hoing to orgauizo
u Pacific anti-Coolie Association
and tho formation of clubs in ever
ward of the city pledged not to
pntronizo any mau who employed
Chinese labor. Speeches wero made
against Chincso immigration, and
Mr. Cox, from Australia, advised
the forcible expulsion of the Coolies
from the State.
Mr. Barnum's "unrivalled" collec
tion of curios.'ties is soon to receive
an interesting addition. By way
inflicting a pcrmnnent and plensin
retaliation, ho has ordered a series
wax figures illustrating "striking" i
cidents in the life of tho editor of
FEAT m OB?TOBX.-A member o?
tbe Legislative Assemblj of Vancou?
ver's Island spoke in that House re?
cently for seventeen bonis, in order
to prevent a bill of much local interest
from passing before tho close of a
particular day, which bad been ap?
pointed as tho limit of tbe time for
making certain payments. The last
twenty-four hours of the twelve?
month aluno remained when this
gentleman, Mr. M'Cluro, began his
speech. The Examiner says: 4 'Every
effort was made by the majority to put
him down and tire bim out. With a
merciless unanimity, they refused to
allow bim to lean against the table,
to put his foot upon a chair for a
moment, to relieve himself from tho
irksomeness of his position by rest?
ing bis hand upon anything, or to
speak, in short, in any other than a
rigidly erect and unsupported atti?
4-Daring the whole of tho time,
they relieved each other at intervals,
going out aud procuring such re?
freshments as they needed, and al?
ways leaving a quorum in the House.
When McClure sank exhausted into
his scat, Mr. De Comost rose, and
for the remaining seven hours of the
twenty-four talked agninst time. On
rising; amidst the groans and hisses
of the disgusted and infuriated ma?
jority, he exclaimed, with more force
than refinement, that it was useless
for honorable members to evince
their malice in that manner, for he
had got up with tho determination to
talk, if necessary, 'until the angel
Gabriel sounded the Inst trump. ' His
powers of endurance were not quite
so severely tested; but the end was
achieved, and when the clock struck
12, the worn and wenried champion
of. honesty looked round with par?
donable exultation upon the blank
faces of a bought and beaten assem?
l?o recusant Democrat in Washing?
ton now woald dare to go on such a
Two THOUSAND MINERS ONA STRIKE.
The strike of the miners in New Jer?
sey still continues nnd is increasing.
2,000 are idle or engaged with the
strikers, and all tho mines in Morris
County have suspended work. The
strikers obtain credit at the stores as
they have heretofore done, bat it is
only because tho dealers are afraid to
VIRGINIA TOBACCO CBOP.-The to?
bacco now on hand in the Counties
of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Franklin nnd
Henry, in Virginia, and Rockingham
and Coswell, in North Carolina, is es?
timated to bo worth $12,000,000.
The crop of Pittsylvania alone is
placed at $3,000,000. We doubt this
COMMERCIAL AM) Kilt Alf CI Alt?
CHABLESTON, April ll.-Sales of
cotton for the week 1,073 bales, at
24@26. Rico 9%?10. Rosin $3@
8. Turpentine $5. Hoy $2.80. Corn
$1.25?1.42>?. Oats 85. Flour $11.75
?18. Bacon-prime shoulders 11%
12; prime ribbed sides 13@13>?;
prime clear ribbed sides 13%y clear
sides 14*?. Salt $2 for common
Liverpool. Molasses-Cnba clayed.
50@55; Mu covodo 55@G5; Porto
Rico 70(0)75. Muscovado sugar 12 \?
CHARLESTON, April . 12.-Cotton
Suiet, with sales of 325 bales-mid
ling 26. Receipts 250 bales.
NEW YORK, April 12-Noon.-Stocks
steady. Money 7 per cent. Gold
36%. Flour and wheat dull. Corn
lc. lower. Pork quiet-mess $22.05
(?23. Lard dull, ot 12W@18&.
Cotton quiet, ot 27?-??28 for mid?
7 P. M.-Cotton easier and lower,
with sales of 2,400 bales, nt 27@.27j??.
Flour ond wheotquietond unchanged.
Corn active-mixed Western $1.29@
1.31; Southern whito $1.26. Mess
pork $23.05. Sugar firm and un?
changed. Stock market very excited.
Money 7 per cent. Gold 36^.
LIVERPOOL, April ll-Evening.
Cotton continued dull and heavy to
tho close-middling uplands 12@.
12,i?; middling Orleans 12.-4'. Sales
of 8,000 bales. Corn easier, at 42s.
9d. Provisions generally unchanged.
LONDON, April 12-Noon.-Consols
DOM? bouds 73%.
LIVERPOOL, April 12-Noon.-Tho
brokers' circular reports the total
Bales of tho week 58,000 bales, in?
cluding 16,000 for speculation and
export. Prices declined fully %d.
during tho week. Tho authorized
quotations this morning are: mid?
dling uplands 12; Orleans 12,>?. The
stock on hand is estimated at 712,000
bales, including 335,000 American.
LONDON, April 12-2 P. M.-Con?
sols advanced %d. American securi?
Tho bullion of the Bank of Eng?
land has decreased .?209,000.
LONDON, April 12-P. M.--Consols
fJO'.j; bonds 74.
LIVERPOOL, April 12-P. M.-Cot?
ton market continues heavy and in?
active; quotations show no changes;
sales 8,000 bales; middling uplands
12d.; middling Orleans 12>,,d.
AUGUSTA, April 12.-Cotton market
inactive; prices easier, with sales of
100 bales; middlings 25i.j.
MOBILE, April 12.-Safes of cotton
GOO bales; middlings 24)?@25.
BALTIMORE, April 12.-Cotton dull,
at 27}.j. Flour firm and nominal;
mixed "Western $1.19. Provisions
NEW ORLEANS, April 12.-Sales of
cotton 750 bales-low middlings 26
SAVANNAH, April 12.-Cotton mar?
ket flat-middlings 25'.i?26.
A CoiiOBED PREAOHTO'S VIEWS OF
?THE SITUATION.-A friend, wbo was
present nt one of the churches where
our colored people worship, on Sun?
day afternoon, gives us the following,
among other sensible remarks, which
occurred in the sermon of the preach?
er, for many yr.-.rs a slavo in this
"My brethren," said the preacher,
"it is true, your condition is changed.
You are now free mon and women,
instead of, as ia former years, slaves;
but because you are free, it does not
reliovo you from certain duties which
aro incumbent upon white and co?
lored persons. You must work, and
take care of yourselves and families,
and behave yourselves as tho white
people do, and be polite to nil per?
sons. Without this, you cannot bo
respected. * * * Do not bo de?
ceived by professions from auv ono.
When you find white men who are
willing to get down under you for tho
purpose of shoving you up above
them, as BOIUO profess to do, for the
purpose of gaining your support, I
say to you, watch all Such charac?
ters. When, however, men aro wil?
ling to reach down from the wall and
oner you their hands to pull you up,
as your former masters are willing to
do, you may trust them. I say unto
you, brethren, look out for designing
men, who profess only to betray."
JEFF. DAVIS.-Professor Thomas
Chenowith, of Baltimore, an artist
on his travels, recently visited the
fort and commenced giving instruc?
tions in painting to Mr. Davis, Miss
Howell, his sister-in-law, and others.
The Professor had many -pleasant
conversations with Mr. Davis. The
latter said that he had no complaints
to make of what appeared to no the
strict measures of the Government
to prevent his escape, and that lu
entertained towards all the offioors
of the fort none but the most kindly
and friendly feelings, os they had
ever been ready, and willing to pro?
mote his comfort. Ho said he was
nuder many obligations to the citi?
zens of Baltimore. As to his trial,
ho expressed no opinion. Ho wai
in the hands of the Governmeut,
and patiently awaited the decisior
which would either place him b'eion
the courts of justice or release him.
[New York IZtpress.
Jones, who is engaged in the rea
estate business, was riding along om
day, when ho saw this sign: "Tin
farm for si iii." Seeing a womal
picking up an apronful of chips n
tho wood-pile, he politely asked he
when the farm wa? to Bail. "Jus
as the man comes along who cai
raise the wind."
Spurgeon, the famous Londo:
preacher, sometimes gets off an ama?
linglygood thing. "Brethren," sai
j he, tlie other day, in the course c
one of his wonderful sensational sci
mons, "if God had referred the ar
to a committee on naval affairs, it
my opinion it would not have Jbee
A young lady suggests, through th
Albauy (Ga.) News, the establish mei
of un institution, where n great nun
ber of our young men may be tungi
chopology, plowology, hoeology an
other necessary branches, and thi
upon graduating they receive the d
grec of C. E. H. O, L.-oan earn h
A splendid drinking fountain, I
be known as the -gift of the lnl
Tyler Davidson, is about to bo erec
ed in Cincinnati. The sh nf t will 1
thirty-two feet in height, and tl
bronze figures, to be cast in Munie
will cost $50,000 in gold.
Here is ii question for the bo
to work out. How can 45 bo divid?
into four such parts, that if to tl
first you add 2, the second you mal
ply by 2, from tho third you subtrn
2, and the fourth you divide by
tho quotient in all shall be eqnn).
A young gentleman who passed i
A No. 1 examination at a c?l?br?t
law school in New England, a yt
ago, turns out to bo a beautiful a:
fast young lady, of good family, wi
was in 1803 a second lieutenant in t
A woman lives at Newport, R.
in good health, who never goes ic
the street, and although within hoi
ing of steamboats and enrs, hnsne>
seen either. She is quite destitute
curiosity-a shining example of 1
A distinguished London surge
has taken the lecture room to
assure the ladies in regard to t
"chignon fallacy." Ho says tho "
ganisms" aro neither entoza ii
epizoa, but only ectozoa, which ;
A terrier dog was sold at pub
auction in Petersburg, Wednesdi
by tho sheriff, to satisfy au executi
in his hands. It brought $23. T
is probably the firot proceeding of t
kind in Virginia.-Richmond Whit,
A cake was given to a Bnpl
festival in Burlington, to bo gh
by vote, at ten cents each, to I
handsomest lady in tho room,
"colored lady" got it.
Liquor is so scarco in Boston tl
thc topers go to the wharves and si
alcohol from the barrels unload
Thirty soldiers of a Turkish r<
ment in Constantinople, with !
other Mahometans, aro reported
have recently embraced Christiani
Thunder, lightning and snow ni
to mnko Colorado storms a somew
An English artist has succeeded
in the photographing of guns while
being fired. In the pictures which
were taken, the moment had been
so exactly seized, thnt tho ball could
actually be seen protruding from
the muzzle of the gun, while in tho
very aot of leaving it. The electric
mechanism by which the gun is
fired and the plate exposed nt the
exact instant desired, is said to be
Some liquor seized by tho State
authorities iu Middlesex County,
Moss., was analyzed a few days since,
and on a bottle which was lettered in
gilt "D. Brandy," thirty cents per
glass, tho chemist put the following
label: "Unable to decide what the
manufacturer of this intended to
imitate; it Contains more or less cam
pheue." He also added, as a private
mark, a skull and cross-bones.
Au amusing circumstance happened
in a singing school in Pennsylvania.
A Mr. Paine was tho teacher, and a j
Miss Patience one of tho pupils. In
the course of the evening, he gave
out tho tune set to the words, "Come,
gentle patience, smile on pain." The
pupils were so excited by laughter
that it was found impossible to sing
At one of thc schools in Chicago,
tho iuspector asked the childron if
they could give any text of Scripture
which forbade a man haring two
wives. Ono of the children sagely
quoted in reply, tho text, "No man
can servo two musters."
'Two men in Davenport, Ohio,
claim ono woman as their own lawful
wife. They have gone to law about
it, and tho judgo is puzzled. The
woman says she don't care which man
she has, so she gets one.
"Dawkter," said an exquisite, tho
other day, "I want you to tell me
what I can put in my head to mako it
"It wants nothing but brains,"
said tho physician.
A young lady in Louisville attempt?
ed to hang herself, bat was foiled,
and ' then tried the virtue of lauda?
num, but that was pumped out of
her. "She had misplaced her affec?
A German girl, who died in Cin?
cinnati the other day, after living on
charity for a year, was found to have
had 80,000 hidden away in her room,
31,500 of which was in gold.
A wounded Irishman wrote home
from the hospital, and finished it up
by saying, 'Tm for this country; I've
bled for it, and I shall soon be able to
say I've died for it. "
Three reporters in New Orleans,
while enjoying a social nap together,
were robbed of. their pocket-books
The three pocket-books contained
Two negroes had an altercation,
about ten miles from Savannah, on
Sunday night, in which one waa shot
in thc arm, when he jumped upon
the other and beat him to death.
Tho Texas Telegraph announces
its thirty-third birth-day, and states
that it' is the oldest paper in the
State, and older thau tho "Old
Republic of Texas."
"Where shall I put this paper, so
as to be sure of seeing it to-morrow?"
asked Mary Jones of her brother
Charles. "On tho looking-glass, to
bo sure," was his very prompt reply.
A youth, disappointed in love,
threw himself under a passing loco?
motive. Did he do it because the
eugine ulso had a tonder attachment?
The woman who never interfered
with her husband's affairs arrived in
town the other day. She is unmar?
The wealthy citizens of New Or?
leans aro moving in the matter of
direct steam communication with Eu?
Cleveland has an egg six inches in
circumference and eight inches the
The oppressive heat is beginning
to drive the people from New Or?
The Earl of Brownlow, just de?
ceased, had an income of $050,000,
but was never well an entire day.
What shall it profit a man if he
publisheth a paper a whole year and
losoth his subscription?
Thc chameleon, who is said to
feed upon nothing but air, has of all
animals the nimblest tongue.
A Frenchman has defined fidelity
to bo "a devil of nu itching which 'tis
forbidden to scratch."
Spirits aro believed to write with
a "medium" pen.
Franco is engaged in extraordinary
MIHI? KU WS.
POltT Ol' CHARLESTON, APltIL 12.
Sieanitdiip J. W. Evcrman, Philadelphia.
WK N'T TO SKA YKSTKIIDAY.
Steamship Lodona, Hovoy, Kew York,
bl ip Nollie Mitchell, Philadelphia.
Brig Bnsau E. Voorhis, Liverpool.
On tho Dth inst., at the residence of tho
bride's father, hv tho Kev. lt. M. Norris,
Mr. CEO. L. DAVIS, of Marshall, Texas,
to Misa FANNIE A.. youngest daughter of
Si C. Anderson, of Lincoluton, N. C.
INVITATION.-On opening my now
Saloon, TI US DAY, (atC. brill's old stand,)
I will give a LA "OE LUNCH, at ll o'clock
a. m., and most cordially invito my friends
tnd tho public to partake, free of charge.
April 13 1* C. HOEFER.
IP yon rcquiro a Tonic, ask your Family
Physician what ho think? of PAX KN I N 'S
! HEPATIC BITTERS, and ho will not fail
to tell you that it is tho only Tonio which
ho can Bafcly ? recommend. They aro no
quack medicine, but are simply an invigo?
rating, harmlens Tonic. For salo by all
druggists. DR. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
April 13_ ely
? New Saloon !
(AT C. BRILL'S OLD STAND,)
By O- HOBFJbliA,
WILL bo opened on and after TO-DAY,
where the bost of WINES, BEER,
ALE and CIDER will bo kept and sorvee"
in finest etylo._April lil 8mtuth4*
DR. R. W. GIBBES baa removed t(
Melvin M. Cohen's residence, neai
East cud of Washington atrect, opposib
the "Orphan Houso."_April 12 Imo
AMEETING of tho STOCKHOLDER!
of tbo Columbia Bridgo is bcrob;
summoned, to bo held at Columbia, ol
MONDAY, tho 22d April, at 12 o'clock, ii
thc Court Room, over tho atoro of Jamo
G. Gibbes Sc Co. As important busincs
will bo brought boforo tho Stockholders
punctual attendance is requested or proxic
sent. A. R. TAYLOR, President.
April 12 _ _
$25. Bartlett Sewing Machine. $2?
WANTED, Agents; ?ISO per month an
all expenses paid, toBclltbo genuin
BARTLETT SEWING MACHINE. Tbi
machino will do all tho work that can b
dono on any high-priced machine, and i
fully patented, liccuscd and warranted fe
fivo years. We pay tbo above wageB, or
commission, from which twice that amour
can bo niado. For circulars and term?
address H. HALL & CO.,
724 Chestnut et., Philadelphia, Pa.
Mules and Horses for Sal?
" A FINE PAIR of Car- _
|^ riago and Work MULES, fl. j,
A pair of three-vcar >**'a'fX
?JL&?ld "Bourbon" COLTS, LLLj
just broken tc double harness.
An unbittcd tbrce-vcar old MORGA
A first-rate Riding MARE.
A first-rate Riding PONY.
Tho two latter have been driven togi
tber for upwards of a vcar.
April 12 0 CAMPBELL R. BRYCE.
jm^ THIS noted STALLION, impor
AYCM~ cd direct from England by tl
r < 11 Messrs. Gist, may bo found at If
C-rge Pavia', (Columbia Race-course, ) c
the Vttii and MUft inst., and every ninl
day thereafter. Insurance for marcs t35
Aysgarth is a dark brown, fl,^r" ham
high, of fine bono and action; aired 1
Barnton, dam by Inhoritor; her dam Gi
by Juniper, out of Princess Jemima 1
Remembrance; Barntdn's dam Marti
Lynn, by Mulatto; her dam Leda, by Fell
da Rata'Treasure, by Camillns. Inherit
was winner of the Liverpool Cup aa a thr
and six year old. Groom's fcc $1.
JOHN JOHNSON, Groom.
SONS OF TEMPERANCE.
REPRE8ENTATIVE8 of tho respecti
8ub-Dlv?B?ons of Sona of Temperar
in South Carolina, aro requested and s
thorized to meet at Columbia, on TU!
DAY, tho 23d of April next, at 7 o'clock
m., to re-organize a Grand Division of
of T. of North America. All mombera
the former G. D., who have kept t
pledge, are invited to meet with ua.
W. C. BEATTY, D. M. W. P
Yorkville, March 26; 1867._
12.000 fi&T" 4 *
! 2,600 lbs. prime SHOULDERS.
10 tierces 8. D&via, jr., St Co.'e PU
3 tiorces 8. Davis, jr., Sc Co.'a DIAMO
i HAMS-best Ham.
2 tierces 8. C. HAMS. With other 81
PLE GOODS, received to-dav and for a
by C. H. BALDWIN Sc CC
Lime, Cement and Plaster.
Al the Sign of the QoUlen Pad-Lock.
JUST received, a fresh supply of b
STONE LIME, ROSENDALE CEME
and CALCINED PLASTER. In store i
for salo cheap for cash bv
April 4_JOHN C. DIAI
FLOUR AND POTATOES,
fr rv BBLS. FLOUR, assorted-from
OU to extra family.
20 bbb). Poach Blow Potatoes-in
No. 1 Mackerel-in barrels and kits.
Just received, and for salo bv
April ll GEO. 8YMMEBI
Schweizer Cheese, Dutch Herrir
ALARGE SWISS CHEESE, 250 pom
Real DUTCH HERRINGS. At
April 10 JOHNJ3. SEEGERS A CCv^
WANTED, 100 bushels POTA
SLIPS. The highest market p
will bc puid. E. A G. D. HOPJ
? PRIZE FOR EVERY OS
OFFICE of Agenev Southern Orph
Association, FISHER Sc HEINIT
Druggists. Grand prizes 500,000.
Crize to each ticket-only one dollar,
o drawn April 30. Conic at once and'
yourselves, and help the orphans t
"homo and school. Agenev oflicc at
FISHER St ilEINlTSH'S,
April 0 Druggisl
Prunes, Raisins, Curran
FRESH PRUNES, RAISINS, C
RANTS and CITRON. Just rrce
and for sale low by J. & T. R. ACNE1
Family Flour, &<
mWENTY bbls. FAMILY FLOUR, u
JL coiled in qualitv.
25 bbls. gund BROWN SUGAR, at 1
per pound. Received to-dav und for
by C. ll. BALDWIN A C
FLOUR, CORN, &c.
5f\ / \ f\ BUSHELS WII PIT. CO
.\_J\J\J 1,500 bushels OA TS.
50 bbls. IRISH POTATOES ?5.
150 bbls. Super. Extra FAMILY FLO
TO An RIVE,
1,500 bushels YELLOW CORN.
5 hhds. CLEAR SIDES. For salo bi
March 0 BROWNE St SCHIRME
DRY GOODS AT LOW RATE?
STATE BILLS TAKEN AT PA
April 6 A. TOLLE S0?
Auction Sale of Government Pro?
WI LT J ho sold, at public auction, at the
Oovornmout Store-house, corner of
Sumter and Oreen streets, Columbia, S. C.,
on MONDAY, tho 15th inst., at 10 o'clock
a. m., tho following articles of Quarter?
master's Property and Clothing, Camp and
Garrison Equipago, viz:
1 Horse, 17 Paulins,
1 sett Farrier's Toole,
1 Portable Forge,
1 Blacksmith's Hammer,-1 Sledge,
2 setts Carpenter's Tool?,
1 sett Saddler's Toola,
3 Uniform Hats, 3 Cords and Tassels.
22 pairs Bootees, 4 Wool Blankets,
4 Great Coats, 5 common Tente,
3 Hospital Tents und Flics, 13 Axes.
OW Terms cash, in Government funds.
Property to be removed the dav of aalo.
8. P. JOC?LYN,
2d Lieut. 6th U. S. Infantry,
Acting Assistant Quartermaster.
Office Ai A. Q. BL, Columbia, 8. C., April
S, 1887. -_April 6 8
SALE UNDER MORTGAGE.
ON'tho FIRST MONDAY IN MAY
NEXT, at 12 o'clock, will bo sold, at
tho Court House in Columbia, for
cash, tho property de?cribod bolow, to
satisfy a mortgage of tho premises given
by H. M. Gibson to Martha B. Bronson, to
socuro tho payment of tho purchaso mo?
ney, viz: a lot of LAND, with Dwelling
Houso and Buildings thereon, situate at
tho corner of Bull and Laurel streots, in
Columbia; hounded North hy Laurel, East
by Bull stroet. South lr T. B. Cl .rkson
and West hy a lot now or formerly J. H.
?"Purchaser to pay for papers.
April 2 Imo
"Live and Let Live!"
HAVING been thoroughly fitted ap and
supplied with CARDS, PAPER, BRONZE,
COLORED INK, CUTS and TYPE in great
varioty, tho proprietor is prepared to exe
cuto, at short notice, iu'good stylo, and at
rcaaonablo prices, even* variety of .
From a Visiting Card to a Three-Sheet
Poster, or a Pamphlet to a large-sized Vo?
Call and Examine Samples
Of tho following:
Programmes, EBusiness Cards,
Visiting Curds, Dray Tickets.
Wedding Cards, Receipts,
Bill Heads, Labels.
Circulars, Blanks. Ac
JULIAN A. SELBY, Prop r
Phcuniz and Gleaner Printing Office,
West side Main Street, above Taylor,
April G Columbia, S. C.
milE undersigned is agent for the above
1 IMPROVE?) CULTIVATOR, which he
oilers for sale ?lt reasonable prices. Its
points of superiority are: It is the easiest
plow to guido in crooked rows, and to turn
at the end of thc row. It will plow several
lillis nearer than any other to tho end of
thu row. It ie the only plow which will
oncrato in hard-beaten gronnd.
'April 6 A. R. COLTON.
MIDNIGHT RAIDERS !
BEWARE of those midnight marauder^
and disturbers of ' nature's sweet re?
storer, balmy Bleep." Get a bottle of the
infallible "BED BUG DESTROYER." Now
in tue time to get rid of them, and socuro
poaco and comfort. For salo bv
FISHER A HEH?ITSH,
April 4 Druggists.