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[Expressly for the Columbia Pyiafni.v,]
M?nrm?, May 21.-A court of?n
Vquiry has boon ordered to convene,
,,to investigate tho disturbance on thc
11th. Sheppard issuod an order this
cvoniug, rotaining ali tho present po?
licemen. Tho city government will
not bo disturbed. Tho military are
to tako cognizance of particular case?.
Mom LE. May 22.-An ordor was
issued this evolving, by direction of
Maj. Gnu. Pope, deposing tho pre?
sent Mayor and Chief of Police, and
appointing Qustavua Horton Mayor
and Col. Dunon Chief of Police.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., May 22.
Tho steamship Santiago de Cuba,
from Greytown, Nicaragua, for Now
York, with 300 passengers, is ashore
here. Six persons were drowned
while attempting to laud. The pas?
sengers aro now landing.safely.
WASHINGTON, May 22.-All tho ne?
cessary mles and forms in bankruptcy
have been adopted, and a manual ol
somo 400 pages prepared by Clinton
Pico, Secretary of tho Commission ol
Justice, and by their order it will bf
issued on Tuesday. No delay or dif?
ficulty is apprehended in putting thc
law in effect on the first of June. Al
registers havo becu nominated, am
in case tho District Judge do not con
firm tho nominations, they are em
powered to fill vacancies with suitabh
poisons. Tho rules and forms covei
a pamphlet of seventy-five pages.
A telegram from Union viii ej Nc
vada, says there ia great cxcMomon
about rich gold discoveries.
Tho Indians in Idaho aro drivin;
off stock and shooting the settlers ii
all directions. The savages are gene
rally well armed.
WATERTOWN, N. J., May 22.-Las
night, thc steamer Wisconsin wa
burned three miles from Cape Yin
cont, and twenty-five to thirty live
lost. Tho boat was run ashore. A'
the passengers who, obeying thc car
tain's orders, '.nd remained aboard
were saved. The steamer is a toti
AUGUSTA, May 22.-Judge Kell
passed through here last night.
CHARLESTON, May 22.-Sailed
Moneka, New York; Sea Gull, Bolt
more; brig Delmont, New York; bri
Potomac, Boston; schooners. Jayn
LONDON, May 22.-Flood and Du
fy, Fenians recently convicted, hiv
been sentenced to imprisonment f<
lifo at hard labor.
PARIS, May 22.-The di filen. Hi
between tho Emperor and the Cor
L?gislatif, regarding the organiz
tion of the army, have beeu adj us tc
< * -?- ?
. THE EFFECT.-The New York 1
raid does not think the visits of ?
nator Wilson, Judge Kcllej- ai
others are beneficial to their pari
"Tho present state of parties
Virginia is significant. Already t
blacks have taken an extreme po
tion around tho more violent radi
leaders-a position that will rom
it impossible for the white vol
thero to join them, and will, con
qnontly, drive these white voters ii
tho arms of any opposition, 2
Botts, who favors such action as \
vender it possible for whites o
blacks to act together ar, Union n
and Republicans, is denounced
the negroes as tho enemy of repu!
em?ism. This is the legitimate res
of tho recent radical campnigui
a'Vl this will go much further,
will force all men in tho South v
arc not in fawn- of the policy of
extravagant few to oppose tho Rep
Hean party; and hy this means
Republican orators in the South
day aro building up the Dc-mocr;
, party far more efficiently than
Democrats themselves could do it
Tni: MISERATJ RESOURCES OE P
Esy.-Pickens District is rich in m
ral resources. There aro number
places where a great deni of work
bre n done before the war comincni
Col. Kuhtmnnn expended thottsu
of dollars in his search for cop
and we expect to see some less 1
ral, and perhaps more fortunate,
venturer entirely successful,
"gold diggins" have been workei
many places, yielding a much bc
.-,11111 tuan mere novices in the I
ness could expect. Un Mr. A.
Smith's fine place, in Chcohcc,
lino specimens of gold have 1
found, and it is reported to be
rich. Some of '.our natural
mies," from New York, have cxa;
cd it, with a view of making a
chase. The Keith place, in Chen
is also rich in gold. Here, and
where in the District, we learn
earnest efforts will be made to rei
tho "precious metal"' from mc
earth. And, upon all these oil
wo trust the most abundant sm
will bo realized.
The gold muni is also moving
Rabun friends. A efficient com
has boon formen for working
mines on Dick's Creek, on thc
druidic plan. Quite a profil
trade bas sprung up in "gold
between Rabun and Dahlonega
company alone investing as min
$10(1,000 in these "gold lots."
[ Eickens Court
At the Colored Educational
vention held in Macou, Ga., reo?
one of tin- delegates gav? tho op
that, "where the teacher keep
chihbeu on a dead strain, sit tin
or six hours un a stretch, it has
deucy to injure tho agitation!"
, '_i., .i i i' 1 . r 'i " *T~T*-T*~*
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL.
rather heavy. Gold 38%. Sterling
and money unchanged. Flour 10c.
lower. Wheat dull and declining.
Pork quiet, at 823. Lard 12}?@13}?.
Cotton quiet, at 27,'?@28.
CINCINNATI, May 2.-Tho General
(Presbyterian) Assembly's Committee
on Declaration and'^fstimony diffi?
culty, reported, pat?ip?jeing to receive
back unruly members and churches
on their application and declaration
of willingness to submit to the estab?
lished authority of tho Church. Thc
proposition is under discussion to?
7 P. M.-Flour dull and lower
State $10.50(3113.70} Sonthern mixed
to 'good SiaOOC^U.Sq; fiuioy "and
extra $14.90(V??18. Wheat dull and
drooping. Corn steady-Western
mixed, old, S1.2GC? 1.28; ucw $1.10@
1.16. Pork heavy and lower-mess
$22.70(7*22.75. Turpeutino 62,'
68%. ltosiu 83.90(<?O. Cotton didi
and heavy, with sales of 1,027 bales.
Gold 38%. Money 6 per cent.
BALTIMORE, May 22.-Cotton quiet
and steady-middling uplands 27.
Kio coffee scarce and firm, at 18a?@
10-gold; medium grades in good
supply. Flour dull and market fa?
vors buyers, though not quotably
lower; the Government took 800 bar?
rels yesterday, nt ^12.75(^16.25.
Com dull and declining-good to'
prime white $1.12(0 1.14; mixed
prime yellow $1.19; mixed Western
$1.05(0 1.10. Sugar firmer, ait 10%?
ll for good to fair refining.
CINCINNATI, May 22.-Flour dull
and unchanged. Corn didi aud un?
settled-No. 1 sacks offered at 92.
Middling cotton 21. Provisions dull
and uuchanged-holders firm. Pork
$22.50. Lard 18%.
NEW ORLEANS, May 22.-Sales of
cotton 2,000 bales; market unsettled,
but easier-low middlings 24%@
251 .j ; receipts 291 bales; exports
1,161 bales. Sugar dull, aud low- j
fair Louisiana nominally 12; choice
13%?13%; Cuba No. 12 11%. Mo?
lasses-no sales, and nominally 72 for
prime. Flour dull and depressed
superfino $12(VM2.25. Corn steady
and firm-mixed vellow $1.15(7?'1.20.
Wheat $email@example.com>?. Lard dull, aud
unchanged. Pork dull, at $24.25(7*
24.37. Bacou-a fair jobbing busi?
ness; shoulders 9%; ribbed 12%;
clear 13'.., and scarce. Gold 37%.
MoniiiE, Mny 22.-Sales of cotton
300 bales; market dull-middlings
23. Rcceipts'"112 bales.
CHARLESTON, May 22.-Owing to
the unsettled condition of financial
affairs, there were no sales of cotton
to-day; quotations nominal; receipts
AUGUSTA, May 22.-Cotton market
dull nud declining; sales 108 bales
strict middlings 24; receipts 103
SAVANNAH, May 22.-Cotton dull
and nominal-middling 25; sales for
two days 150 bales; receipts 440.
LIVERPOOL, May 22-2 P. M.
Cotton quiet, but steady-uplands ll;
Orleans 11%. Corn declined 3d.
LONDON, May 22-2 P. M.-Bonds
LIVERI'OOL, May 22-Evening.
Cotton closed quiet-middling up?
lands lld.; Orleans ll%d. Sales
10,000 bales. Corn closed with a
UPPER GEORGIA.-Tho Borne Cou?
rier states that the wheat throughout
Upper Georgia looks finely. In
some localities the fiy has injured
it, and in others some rust upon the
blades is reported, but upon the
whole, the prospect for a good crop
is fair. Corn is not doing so well.
In many localities thero is a bad
"stand," and thc cotton planted is
likely to be an almost entire failure.
The cold, dry weather, so favorable
to wheat, is ruinous to cotton and
not good for corn. It is said that
some farmers are ploughing up their
cotton and planting corn iu its place.
A Washington letter says: "The
; annual sale of articles remaining in
j the dead-letter office, which is ad
j vertiscd to take placo here to-mor?
row, includes several thousand arti?
cles. Tlie list embraces almost every
article of wearing apparel, jewelry,
medicine, (te., most of them for la?
dies. Among these are false breasts,
shoulder-braces, hair, hoop-skirts,
curlers, baby clothes,, white enamel
bloom for complexion, bair dyes,
hair restorers, hair uprooters, vital?
izing recuperators, strengthening
lotions, pimple banister, patent
blisters aud drunkard's cure."
. . -
DON'T CARI:.-A Bich mond paper
tells the following:
A young African wanted to get on
tho "ladies' car" yesterday. The
conductor told him it vus for
white people. "I doesn't care if it
um," returned Ebo-skiu, " I ain't
at nil proud, and 'ntl jes as leev ride
' wid white folks as wid some mean
? niggers I knows." lie didn't ride,
j though. Thc conductor would not
j permit him to condescend.
AN UNLUCKY MAN.-A carpenter
in Cuba drew a prize of $16,000 in
tho Havana Lottery, not long ago,
j and was strangled by a comrade, who
I stole tho money. The body was
pucked in a tin box, and placed on
board a vessel for shipment to some
fictitious direction. Attention was
accidentally directed to thu box, how?
ever, and, the nature of ita contents
beibg ascertained, the crime was
traced, and mean) taken to arrest
a fresh, healthy and youthful ap?
pearance, they must beware of lato
hours, largo crinoline-, tight corsets,
confectionery, hot bread, cold
draughts, j paltry, d?collette dress,
modern novels, furnace regulators,
easy carriages, late suppers, thin
shoes, fear, of knowledge, nibbling
between meals-, ill-te?nper, haste to
marry hurlMrond of growing old.
BROKEN VESSELS.-To half n pint
of milk, put a sufficient quantity of
vinegar to curdle it; separate the
curd from tho whey, and mix tho
whey with the ! whites of four eggs,
beating thowholo well together; wltep
mixed*, add a little qnick limo with a
seivc, until it acquires the consist?
ency of a paste. With this cement,
broken vessels or cracks cnn bo re?
paired; it dries quickly, and resists
tho action of fire and water.
COTTON EX POUTED FKOM NEW DE
LEANS.-Tho records kept by Col?
lector Kellogg, nt tho Now Orlenus
Custom House, show that the amount
of cotton exported from the port.of
New Orleans to foreign countries
during the period commencing Au?
gust 1, 18C?, and ending March
31, 1S(>7, is ono hundred and sixty
nine million nina hundred and ten
thousand three hundred and seventy
five pounds, valued at $51,445,944.
According to tho late census, New
York bass 1 negro to 77 whites; Con?
necticut, 1 lo 48; New Jersey, 1 to
25} Ohio, 1 to GU; Pennsylvania, 1 to
59; Illinois, 1 to 223; Indiana, 1 tc
HG; Michigan, 1 lo 108; Wisconsin,
1 to 445; Minnesota, 1 to 732; Kan?
sas, 1 to 152: Oregon, 1 to 47; Ne?
braska, 1 to 340; Nevada, 1 to 151
California, 1 to 43; Maryland, 1 to 3;
Delaware, 1 to 4; ni 1 Kentucky, 1
SWTNC?NO AS A T REMEDY.-yDr
Brown Seanard, an eminent puysi
ologist and physician to ono of tin
Parisian hospitals, recommends tin
use of the swing as a preventive o
nervous attacks, which recur period!
cally. lu certain cases of hysterii
and epilepsy ho has prevonted tin
coming on of thc fit by engaging hi:
patient in violent swinging at tb?
first indication of its approach.
Wendell Phillips has written a rep!
to General Rousseau's letter of criti
cism on his recent lecture in Brook
lyn, in which he takes occasion t
reiterate his foimer expressions, am
in addition, to scold Senator Wilso;
for pairing off on tho vote on Rom
scan's confirmation, and thc State o
Iowa for not returning Grinned nfte
Rousseau had caned him.
Queen Victoria having, throng
tho peace congress called by her ?
London, preserved the peace of Et
rope on the Lnxemburg questioi
warm gratitude to her is expresse
throughout Europe. In Paris, til
journals say her successful intervei
tion will tend to draw closer tl
bonds of friendship between Pram
THE CUBAN SUOAB CHOP.-Thc H
vana Diario de la Marina says it
calculated that the sugar crop, nc
nearly in, will not bo moro till
three-fourths as large as that of la
year. In some districts the fallii
oft" will bo fully one-third. Tl
cause was the excessive drought
Three Hebrew Rabbis, of Bal
more, it is announced, have starte
in that city, a novel movement. Th
have udoptcd the Christian plan
Sunday-school instruction in seho<
meeting on the first day of the wee
The enterprise is under thc nusph
of the Hebrew Educational Socio
Engl.nul, although her people b
a great number of watches, innuuf
tures but a small proportion of the
Whilst her watch-makers nuntin
manufacture 20,000 watches, she i
ports from Scotland alone 3-J,(
during tue same period.
Tho Great Eastern is not to ret?
to tho United States. Her voyi
was a complete failure, and she
now nt Liverpool. There is no doi
that the contract has been thrown
by tho French company, and il
said that litigation is likely to otis
It is nu astounding fact, that
losses by fire in this country, in lt
were oar hundred millions, ngai
forty-three millions in 1865, and
average of eighteen millions per
mun during tho five previous yea
A popular American writer ?
tho Indies rather take to terrible \
pie; prizo fighters, pirates, highv
men, Grand Turks aud Bluebet
generally have a fascination for
It is rumored in Europe that I
land designs to seize Cuba, in
event of any difficulty with Sp
and endeavor to retain the islam
n baso iu the Gull of Mexico.
The Queen has authorized
Speke family to incorporate in t
arms un emblematic representa
of tho discovery of tho source of
Nile. How will they manage to d
The names of 1.718 Smiths,
Browns, 832 Millers, 014 Wils
j 598 Johnsons, and 591 Joneses,
pear in a HOW Philadelphia direct
j A country paper speaks of a
* who died without the aid of a do<
? Very rare instance.
J A woman in Wilton, Maim
; seven feet high, and weighs
j There have been several cas<
Asiatic cholera iu Canada recent!
the p?jga|?isniof Iildia^ <
A factory*'rn' Tl^utOuVHast year,
made 112,320,000 paper bags.
Tho Missouri Senate bas iuipeachod
PTHIE members of thc IsracKtish Sunday
J. School uro hereby summoned to at
tqnd an EXTRA MEETING of the same,
THIS AFTERNOON, 23d.; instant, it ti
o'olock. A punctual attendants fe ferment?
ed, a;-> business of importance will bc
brought before tho mooting.
Hy order of the President. May 2:! 1
C10UNTRY TANNED BRIDGE, $LMK.
J UPPElt, KIP and BUS3ET LEA
T1IKU. FISHER ic LOWRANCE,
May 21 . ? ? . 1 '
Rice! Rice! !
PRIME CAROLINA RICE for Bale bv
May 23 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Acacia Lodge No. 94, A. F. M.
A A regular comtnnnicat?oil of thia
'^?r Lodge will bo held THIS EVEN I Nd,
/XYJId mut., at H o'clock, at Odd Fel?
lows' Hall, Rv order of tho W. M.
J. L. KIRKWOOD, Secretary.
t May 2:5 ' i
Piano Forte for Sale.
. ~>H A splendid 7-octave PARLOR
. rs ?: 'J$ INSTKUM ENT, a rosewood
??S X 11 Trame, latest style, in offered
for .^ale, al less than half its*actual Value.
Apply to 8. GARDNER,
olav 2:11> Next to Fisher fe Lowrance.
c. p. JAOKSorr's.
DM GOODS AT tM\
For the Next 20 Days, from this Date.
M tv 23_
A Xi arge Arrival
- - OF Miles' make of LAST
INO CONGRESS GAITERS.
Lj9 Morocco *'
Kino MOROCCO BOOTEES, ai ASTO?
NISHINGLY LOW TRICES.
May 22 _ S. H. MYERS .v CO. _
AFULL assortment of best Anchor
Brand BOLTING CLOTHS, on hand
and for sale low bv
May 22 J. A T. R. ViNF.W.
Starch, Soap, &c.
1 f\f\ K0XEi* SOAP, assorted ipirditic
_Lv/v/ 50 boxes Adamantine Cand?*.*,
3? boxes Puro Starch,
Which aro offered low bv thc bos or at
retail: C. IL BALDWIN & CO.
TWO splendid 7-octave ROSEWOOD
PLVNOS for sale.
Pianos, Melodoons and Organs tuned
and repaired. All orders from the city and
country loft at my residence -Camden
street, near tho Charlotte Depot will meet
with prompt attention.
May?simo JOSEPH DENCE.
'At the Sim of the Golden l'ad-?M?k.
4 LARGE supply of superior CRAIN
ii. CRADLES, made expie.--!;. *..> order.
10 doz. SCYTHE BLADES. In sjor'o
and for salo wholesale or retail, ut low
price* for coull, by JOHN C. DIAL.
R E MOY A Ll
THE subscriber has chang? db's ; ?a8e of
business lu iii" NEW aad S P A tj i 0 (J S
STORE on Ri. har hon [Mainj street; ad*
j? h:h"_' Mesar*-. IJ.->psna .* Sutphen's
known as NO. I GRANITE RANGE.
The Intention u>to koop a FULL LINE of
DP, Y 0 0 0 DS rf al! the different
' styles We ..ll 1. pleased to see our old
j customers, (both eily and chantry,) and
.." who t iv. j iui?ith a call, and wish to
I purchase GOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES.
"rvsc. XJ. i5Li"rxr-<a-"jrf?.30
May s Imo
WHICH 1 have built i:i Columbia, near
Un; Asylum, is furnished with th^
? best ma.-hi?ere used in that line: and with
i experience in the business, farmers and
others having WHEAT TO GRIND, will
lind it pinch to their interest to have it
' ground at this mill.
I>.< not wash your wheat, hut bring it
' perfect ly dry; and all who have tin ir ? heat
I grono il )->r market, can bc supplied with
I lOOdb. bags ut 85 cents each. Coin cx
; changed for wheat at fair rates,
j May14?lni..* JAMES HUNTER.
' ritills D.U. Henry A. Meet zo, Commis
A bioner hi Equity,Med a petition in thc
Ordinary's ol lice, praying for letters ol ad
; ministration un tho estato of Jacob Drafts,
t jr., deceased. These aro, therefore, to cite
1 ami admonish all and singular tho kindred
; and creditors of the said deceased, lo bo
' and appear in the Court of Ordinary, to bo
holden at lexington C. H., for Lexington
District, on Monday, tho tenth day of June
next, to show cause, if any they can, why
said lotter?1 or administration should tint
bo granted . A. EFIRP.
Ordinary Lexington District.
Ordinary'* OfHce,*Lexington District, s.
? C., April '?i, 18C7._HayJMhfl
I tKf\ RBL9. FLOUR, assorted-from Ano
I Ol/ t<> - xtra family.
? 2D bbl* Poach Blow Potatoes- -tn tine
No. 1 Mackerel-in barrels and k;te
! Jmit received, and for salo hy
.\,,ril ll OEO. S?MMERR.
Philadelphia Advertisom' ts.
dH rr pr TO *20O TER MONTH-males and
Kp I f ) female?-.to sell tho only genuine
dommon Senso FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINE manufactured. It will hem, fell,
stitch, tuck, hiud, braid, quilt and embroi?
der beautifully. Trice only $20, including
Barnum's Self-sower and Self-turning Hem?
mer. Fully warranted for tlvo years.
CAUTION.-Hu waru of thoso soiling
worthiest! cast-iron machines, under tho
?amo naine as ours. For circulars and
terms, address C. BOWERS & CO.,
253 8 Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
May 21 _^_ imo
$25. Bartlett Sewing Machine. $25.
WANTED, Agents; $150 per month and
all expenses paid, to sell thc genuine
BARTLETT SEWING MACHINE. This
machine will do all tho work that can bc
done on any high-priced machine, and is
fully patented, licensed mid warranted for
tlvo years. Wc pay tho above wages, or a
commission, fiom which twice that amount
can he made. For circular? and terms,
address H. HALI, St CO.,
724 Chcstunt st., Philadelphia, Pa.
April 12 80
CHARLESTON, S. C.
^ THIS well-known FIP.ST-CLASS
&UU? HOTEL has been thoroughly rcpair
JMlULcd. rcfittod and refurnished, and is
now ready for tho accommodation of the
traveling public, whoso patronage is rc
The proprietor promises to do all ia his
pownr for the comfort of bia guests.
Marcb_21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r.
Livery and Sale Stables,
- CHALMERS STREET,
*P?|GEN JE RAKED. Pro-gB?3gS
?M fl prietors. Saddle noises. Car?
riages, Pantons and Buggies to hire, at all
hours. Mulch and Horses for sale.
CHARLES T O A~, S. C.
C-"OACHES always in readiness to convey
passengers to and from thc Hotel.
Feb 2G WHITE & MIXER, Proprietors.
New York Advertisements.
New "Fork Hotel,
NEW YOSK CITY .
THU subscribers, successors :o ll. Cran?
ston, Rat] , and Cranston A Hildreth, In the
proprietorship ol this well-known
POHVli A ll HOTEL,
Wish to assure their friends and thc public
generally, that they *\r.i'.'. spare no pains
nor expense h. their endeavors to maintain
its reputation so well merited under its
former proprietors, r.s one cf
THE FIRST OF FIRST-CLASS HOTELS.
1). M. HILDRETH & CO.
April 7 3mn_
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
Bought aud ?old on commission by
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.,
XO. lil WALL STREET, A'EW YO UK.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Oold, Government and other Secu?
rities executed at tho regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of the finn. Consign?
ments ol"?Cotton solicited. Aprils
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
("vars J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTET?
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
?7IOR the sale of COTTON, COTTON
' YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
tire., aud for tho purchase <>f Merchandize
generally, CO Peart Street, Nea York.
Consignments l<> us from every point in
thc South fully protected by insurance as
soon as shipped. July M Iv
J. E. sTENllol M.. ALLAN MACAULAY.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE F0CSDB?
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
Nos. 28, 30 and :VJ Centre street, (corner
of Reade street, | New York Tho typo
on which tbiu paper is printed is from tlie
above Foundry, Nov 13
ITCH CURE! ITCH CURE! !
ITCH, ITCH, SCRATCH, SCRATCH.
Itch, Itch, Scratch, Scratch.
Harvey's Deb Cure. Harvey*.-' Itch Cure,
Cures in 24 hours, eure? in 24 bourn,
Worst kind of Itch, worst kind of Heh.
Indeed, all kinds <>f Itch, Tetter, Piles,
Scald Head. Ac. Only 25 cents a box. A
sure cure. Trv it: try it. For salo by
FISH Kit Si ll KIN ITS ll,
May l i Druggists.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA and LA
ti 17 A Y RA COFFEES,
English Breakfast, Gunpowder ami
Italian Marearen;, E. D. Cheese,
Fresh Bison is, Pickles, Piccolili,
French aial English Mustards. Sauces,
Fresh Peaches, in cans,
Tornatoi ?, Salmon, IxjhsUr, Oysters,
Grouse, Salad Oil, Sar lines,
Raisins, Currants, Nuts, Ac,
All fresh and for Bale low for ea.-h.
May '.i E. A c. D. HOPE.
-I/\ PIECES SUMME? CASSIMERF.S,
_lv/ at S7.Jc nor yard.
li) ph cos LINEN DUCK, ut 37Je. per vd.
1 do/. Black Sak Basques.
1 .. " Baron Shaw!?
1 . Colored Baron Shawls. Fur ?ale
cheap. ALFRED TOLLESON.
Flour! Flour! !
A tZ.i\\(\ LBS. COUNTRY FLOUR-?
???0\J\J i*rira*t a rt id?. Lf?wforos*u.
May 17 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
I will ? di, THIS .???iura?At) MORNING,
May 23, at 'JJ o'clock, io front of mv
Auction llopin, corner of Waehiugtoii
and Assembly streets,
Casos of Bourbon Whiskey,
" Nectar "
" Cognac Brandv,
" Sherry "Win?, "
" Holland Gin,
3 demijohns (ttvo gallons oach) fine Rvc
Atter which, I will sell
Bacon, Butter, Segar*, Ac.
Coats, Fania, Shirts, Handkerdiief*,
Cartoons of Ladies', Misses', Boys' and
The above good? will positively be sold,
as partios are leaving thc city.
t)?g" Conditions cash. May ie
By D. O PELXOTTO.
I will ?di. THIS MORNING, May 23, at .
10 o'clock, in frout of my Auction Boom,
corner ot Washington and Assembly
4 Gibsbu's Patent Cern and Cotton Cul?
These implements will dean, grass and
weed and nive? fresh soil to the plant at
ono stroke-light and durable, of one
horse draft. Baie ordered by tho patentee,
having sold to a manufacturing companv.
IN THE PRICE OF
AS is our usual custom at
thc close of each season, we
now oller our stock of
SPRING CLOTHING AT COST!
BARGAINS in BOYS"
CASHMERES & TWEEDS.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
X. B,-We are daily mak?
ing additions to our stock of
Clothing, vr?th GOODS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC?
TURE. May 14
THE BOTTLED WATER
Of Rockbridge Alum Springs., Va.
THESE MINERAL WATERS have an
established reputation for very high
curative virtue* in all the following claswefi
of disease, and as being an ABSOLUTE
SPECIFIC in seve ral of them, viz:
Scrofula, and all thc forma of Glandular
Swellings and Cutaneous Eruptive Disease,
Erysipelas, 'Fetter. Eczema, Ac, Chronic
Diarrhwaono) Ijysentery, Dyspepsia, Bron?
chitis, Chronic "Thrash, A?'ectkms of thc
Kidneys and Biaddci', Dropsy and Files. In
all amende conditions of the system and
broken-down state* of tho constitution,
loss of appetite and general nervous pros?
tration, their power? and virtue as a Re?
storative mav ho safdv pronounced to be
WITHOUT A KNOWN RIYAL amongst
thc mineral waters of thc world.
They are especially indicated in thc whole
class of ailments peculiar to the Female
Thc Springs Pamphlet, with Analysis ot
Professor Hayes, ol Boston, and letters of
Dr. Cartwright, of New Orleans; Professor
Caboll, of the.University of Virginia; Dra.
Moorman and Graham, of Virginia; Dra.
T. G. Thomas ;md Thomas Addis Emmett,
of New York, and uf other distinguished
men of tko clergy and other professions,
abundantly r.ttcat what is hero said (if thc
virtue? of this water.
Can be had on application to thc Agents.
Thc Alum Mass, or Salts of the Water.
These Salts arc now put up in $2 and ?t>
vials, sealed anti stamped with the Springy'
seal, to prevent ali mistako, and sent at
those prices, postage paid, to any office in
tho United States, and, at tho price, is
much thc cheapest form of obtaining the
One box of water will ia*t seven weeks,
at one pint daily.
PURCELL, LA DD St CO., Wholesale
Druggist?, Richmond, Va.; A. B. Bucker.
Lynchburg. Va.; COLEMAN & RODGERS,
Baltimore. Md.; HEGEMAN St CO., Drug?
gists, New York, are kept in regular supply
of the Water anti Powders direct from the
CT Orders s( ?it tu either of the above
houses or to thc proprietors, must be
accompanied with lue money, as no ac?
counts will be kept.
CAUTION. -In ordering the Water, il
will not do simply to order "A box of Alum
Water."' li you 'want this water.be care:
ful to say "Rockbridge Alum Water," and
HO also of tho Salts or Mass.
Thc Springs will bc open on the 1st o.
Juno. Capt. ll. W. Sale will continue as
heretofore General Superintendent. He is
well known to the springs going Pub,>rlc
FRAZIER A RANDOLPH,
May 7 2nio Proprietors.
ICE, ICE ICE !
At Reduced Prices!
HAVING c jinpleietl a large and commo?
dious house for this trad.), I am now
prepared, with a hu no supply on hand, to
lill ?llorders from the city and country en?
trusted to my car? with promptness, AM
order? l?iist ho accompanied with the mo
nev, as HIV tenir, arr strictly CASH.
"A. GAGE A CO., Proprietors.
JOHN D. BATEMAN, Agent.
.ST No a bei ry Herald. Spartanbui g Ex?
press, Chester Standard, Greenville Moun?
taineer ?nd Anderson Intelligencer copy
fonr times and forward bills immediately.
April 30 1?""