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CITY OF MEXICO, May ll. - A despatch
from Trinidad, says G?roa, the revolar
tibriary Congressman, baa been turned
over to the Courts for trial. Tho revo?
lution ia nearly atan end. .. Tho followers
of,? Pedro Mariez. GOO strong, have
abandoned him. The bandit Bravo is
still in the field/ with 600 followors.
There was ? heavy', earthquake here to?
day, tint mo particulars.
PAIUB, Moy 19.-Paris police made
several more arrests to-day of persons
believed'to be connected with the Regi?
cide, plot. Some houses were searched
and more bombs found. Bullion is 13,
000,000 pounds greater than last Thurs?
toitrJON, May 19. -The Times has a
remarkably bitter editorial artiole on the
alleged mismanagement of the Erie Kail
way affairs and the course pursued in re?
lation to shares in the stock market. The
writer asserts that the standard of mo?
rality ia lower in the city of New York
than anywhere else in the world. What
here, in England, would be deemed
crimes, are there regarded as master
pieces of financiering. It concerns the
American peoplo to purge themselves of
this reproach, though it would be a task
equal in difficulty to the abolition of
There is no schooner in England, pro?
bably, that can sail, with the American
yacht Sapbo, which, throughout the
match, was handled by an English cap?
tain and crew.
The news from Spain to-day is im?
portant, though conflicting. Despatches
received from Madrid, direct, report tbat
the Council of Ministers bas determined
to confer upon Serrano royal attributes,
if no candidate for the throne is found
within u reasonably short time. Other
telegrams stats, in effect, that tho re?
gency will thrust tho erown upon Espar?
tera. It is believed in some quarters
that hie resolution.to decline tho crown
ie not absolutely final.
HAVANA, May 19.-It is stated that
the brothers of General Arango, who
abandoned the revolution, have been
imprisoned by the insurgents; other ac?
counts say they were executed. Arango,
at tho head of a column of troops, has
gone to soo about the matter.
-? m m
Dom vdt lc NetVS.
MEMPHIS, May 18.-Bishop Wightman
has been selected by the conference to
write the life of Bishop Soulo. A mes?
sage was received from the Methodist
Protestant Conference at Baltimore, pro
. PORTLAND, May 1.9.-The Alpha Delta
Phi j fraternity oommenoed its session
yesterday, under the auspices of Bowdoin
Chapter. Thirty delegates were pre
Bent and nearly every college was ropre
COIILTNGSWOOD, May 19.-Tho steamer
Chicoora arrived at 7 o'clock this evening,
having again been refused permission to
pass through the Sault Saint Marie Canal
Gol. Bolton commanding the British
forces waited on General Cooke in com
maud of the distriot and asked the in?
tentions of tho American Government
with regard to the Chicora. Gen. Cooke
replied-my instructions are absolute'
Nothing whatever connected with the
Red River expedition can pass the canal
I must therefore absolutely refuse to
allow the Chicora to pass.
TORONTO, May 19.-The Globe and
Telegraph have strong articles in favor of
building a canal on British ground
around Sait Saint Marie, and that privi?
leges now enjoyed hy American vessels
in Canadian canals shall cease until
questions at issue aro adjusted.
PHILADELPHIA, May 19.-The Gene?
ral Assembly of the United Presbyterian
Church assembled this morning. The
proceedings were opened with prayer by
tho Rev. M. W.'Jacobus, of Aileghany,
Pa., the Moderator of the last Old School
Assembly, which was followed by a ser?
mon on one spirit and one body the ideal
of the Christian church, by tho Rev. P.
H. Bowler, D. D., of Utica, New York,
Moderator of the last New School Assem?
bly. About 500 delegates aro in attend?
ance and the proceedings were of the
utmost interest commanding the rapt at?
tention of the delegates and auditory.
WASHINGTON, May 19.-In tho House,
Conner, of Texas, introduced a resolu?
tion instructing tho Committee on Fo?
reign Affairs to inquire nnd report what
measures are necessary to force Mexico
to observe treaty stipulations and pre?
vent Mexico from harboring Americau
outlaws, which was referred. Tho Com?
mittee on Military Affairs reported a bill
for the sale of certain United States pro?
perty, inoluding that at Fayetteville, N.
G., Mount Vernon, Ala., Chattahoochie,
Fla. ; also certain captured property at
Shreveport, La., Marshall and Jefferson,
Texas,agnd in Marion and Davis Coun?
ties, Texas, which passed. The declino
of American commerce was resumed.
In the House, a very bitter discussion
upon the appropriation bill, occurred iu
the failure of providing lora Minister to
Rome. Religion entered very strongly
into the discussion. Shnrp passages oc?
curred between Bingham and Voorhees
each claiming that the other was playing
for the Catholic vote. Banks made aper
sonal explanation defending tho San Do?
mingo treaty holding that our safety de?
pended upon the acquisition neighbor?
In the Renato, tho President was re
quested to open negotiations with Eug
luud, with a view to the annexation of
Canada to the United States. Tho reso?
lution was placed on the calendar. Th
enforcement of the fifteenth amendment
Mr. Kellogg introduced a hill granting
land to the North Louisiana and Texas
road running from Vickburg to the Texas
In the Senate, a memorial was pre
sonted representing that naturalized oit
izens of Rhode Island cannot vote unless
worth $134 in real estate, and asking
romo rt y therefor.
A bill to appoint an appraiser of mer
ohattdiao at Mobile, aud io reduce t?xo
iioo, wag reported ou favorably. The j
fifteenth amendaient bill was conoidoredi
Hamilton said it would practically repeal
all registration lawb, abd that it it passet?
no ooo would bo tafe in talking to a ne?
gro before an el?otion, because ho was tit
haye the right, upon his unsupported af?
fidavit, to cause the nrreafc of any man
he might, charge with supposed iuter
ferenoe with hf? rights. ?o&nrz admib
ted the truth of the Demooratio charge.
Pool took the p o ai ti on that Con gre RS
could constitutionally enter oL State and
deal directly with the rights of electors.
Howard said the] right) of the black
mau to vote ia the South would, for
half a century yet, be the only safeguard
for, peace and national authority. If
rebel'lenders over came into power again
the war would havo to be fought over.
The South had lost their property and
their boasting spirit, but for five genera?
tions yet to oome, would not lose their
unquenchable hatred of Northern socie?
ty and Northern government. In case
of a foreign war we would see a disposi?
tion at.tho South to join the enemy, so
as to put down this Government they so
hated. He would never agree to uni?
versal amnesty, for then Jeffersou Davis
and the rebel ringleaders would come
baok to re-hatch and re-vivify the lost
cause. Personal pride would never al?
low him to seo his name ou the same list
of yeas and nays with perjured traitors
and enemies of his country. Tho Ju?
diciary Gommitteo preseutcd a report on
the inquiry ns to corrupt menus used to
influence Senators on the Georgia bill.
Tho testimony is voluminous.
Iuterual Revenue receipts to-day &G78
The War Department places tho army
ut tho disposal of tho Census Marshals.
The Foreign Relation Committee of
tho Senate, discussed cables this morn?
ing but took no action.
The revenue assessment of North and
South Carolina show an increase of 22
per cent, over that of last year.
Senators Revels and Harris attended
the wedding of the Capitol caterer Down
ing'8 daughter. Reporters who were
fortunate enough to get access, report
the entire absence of the black element.
It was a yellow affair.
Tho Bureau Howard corruption inves?
tigation is about drawing to a close. The
chief trouble seems to bo about using
government lumber and bad brick.
One of . the Judges of Wyoming has or?
dered the seizure of oertain portions of
the Pacific Railroad.
Several Senators and Representatives
demand the removal of Judgo Butt. The
President prefers to refer the matter to
FINA1VCIAI.I AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW YORK, May 19-Noon.-Flour
dull and heavy. Wheat dull and in
buyers' favor. Corn dull and declining.
Pork heavy-mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard
heavy, at 1GI?. Cotton firmer, nt 23(a)
23}?; sales 1,100 bales. Freights dull.
Stocks irregular. Governments steady.
Bonds 12^. Gold steady, nt 14%.
Money easy, st 4?5. Sterling 9*? for |
loug, and 10)^ for short. Tenuessees
G's, ex-coupou, 60J?; new 55% ; Vir?
ginia G's, ex-coupon, 69^; new 70
nsked; Louisiana G's, old, 75*<i; levee
B's 74J?; 8's 92; Alabama 8's 102 asked;
3's 75; Georgia G's and 7's 95?<i; North
Sarolina 7's, old, 48 J?; now 25>?; South
Carolina 7's, old, 94; new 83%".
7 P. M.-Cotton firm with sales of
1,900 bales: middling uplands 23)<; Or?
leans 13}?. Flour-State and Western
o(?)10c. lower; Southern lower, at 5.90
j&9.90. Wheat lower. Corn lower.
Pork dull and lower, at 29 50. Lard
lower-kettle lGJo. Whiskey lower, at
U08@1.09. Rice steady. Sugar quiet.
3o>fiee steady. Molassas dull. Freights
luliet. Gold 14^?14%.
/LOUISVILLE, May 19.-Corn 1.20.
Provisions firmer. Pork 30.00 ; shonl
lers 13>i; clear sides 18. Lard 17.
Whiskey 1.07? 1.08.
STY.Louis, May 19.-Whiskey steady
it 1.08. Pork email@example.com; shoulders
I3j.< ; clear veides 17%.
CINCINNATI, May" 19\r-Coru in good
lemand at 95(^96. Whisky dulLat 1.06.
Mess pork 30.00. Lord dull atNG.1
liacon in good demand at 131-?; Bide**
N KW ORLEANS, May 19.-Cotton firm
ind in fair demand-middling 22}?; sales
?.700 bales; net receipts 6G7.
MORILE, May 19.-Cotton quiet, but
irm-middling 21^; sules 300 bales; re
CHARLESTON, Moy 19.-Cotton firmer
-middling 21J?; sales 500 hales; receipts
111; exportseoastwise 1,481; stock 6,865.
SAVANNAH, May 19.-Cotton in good
lemand-middling 21%; sules 400 balef;
AUGUSTA, May 19.-Cotton quiet but
!irm at firstname.lastname@example.org^; sales 380 bales;
HAVRE, May 19.-Cotton opened flat
*pot 130; afloat 128.
LONDON. May 19-Noon.-Consols 94??.
LIVERPOOL, Moy 19-3 P. M.-Cotton
firmer aud unchanged-uplands 11@
LIVERPOOL, May 19-Evening. - Cot?
ton closes quiet-middling uplands lOJs
@11; Orleans 10%; sales 10,000 bales.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLOMBIA, May 17, 1870.
IN pursuance of a resolution of tho City
Council, an election will bo hold at tho
Council Chamber, on FRIDAY, tho 20th inst.,
for ail officers under tho city government.
Applicants wdl tilo their applications in this
oflico, on or before that dato.
Mav 17 3 J. 8. MoMAIION, City Clerk.
JBri ALL bo absent from the oitv, and my
office closed nntil Monday. 23d instant. <
All cases set down for trial on tho 17th to 21st1
instant inclusive, will be continued until
Wednesday, 23th May, 1870.
" , A. L. SOLOMON,
May 17 5_Trial Justice.
AMIDDLE-AGED Woman as NURSE.
Qood references required. Apply at this
office. May 15
. ....UL.' ,u,..u. ... I. ..-r-^L,-1
Special Lines of Goods
SEVERAL cn HOB moro of thoao cheap LONG
Ten caaea more now style PRINT8.
Our entire stock of DRESS GOODS at a still
Wo havo marked down the whola stock of
Hosiery and O loves.
Ladies' Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, GO
cents a dozen and upwards
Irish Linens, Tame Damasks, Napkins,
Doylios and Housekeepers' goods generally,
which will pay woll to boy now and koop.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Summer Undor
vests. As these goods always command a fair
profit, the groat reduction will bo seen and felt
m tho pocket.
Wo will not particularizo any moro. Our
entire stock must be sold, to enablo us to
make the improvements which we shortly in
tond to commouco.
May 8 J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
To Lumbermen and Builders.
TUE Building Committco of Abbeville
Agricultural Society will rccoivo proposals
for furniahing Lumber fur Fair buildings;
alao from contractora for putting up the
buitdinga; alao from parties who will furnish
tho material and do the work. Tho Commit
too will meet at Abbeville Court Boneo on
Wednesday, 23th inst., when Mr. A. Y. Loo,
Architect, of Columbia, will bo there with plan
and specifications fur examination of con?
tractors. Wo invito thoao who wish any part
of tho job, or allof it, to send their bid H to tho
undersigned; and contractors for work would
do well to meetus there if practicable.
P. A. CONNOR,
Chairman Building Committee.
CoKEsnunY, May 17. 1870. May 18 d
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, V,
THIS elegant ostabUebment will bo oponed
for tho reception of visitors on the tiret
day of JUNE, 1870.
Tho Proprietor?. With the experience of the
last summer, and haring made many changes
in the different departments of this extensive
Watcriug Place, each of which it will be their
endeavor to IMPROVE, ext ead a pleasant recep?
tion to their pat runs.
Tho Cottages aro large and commodious,
soparato and distinct from each other, and
titted up with new Furniture.
Every effort of tho Proprietors will be put
forth to make their guests comfortable, and
it will be their aim to keep up tho reputation
of'tho MONTGOMERY WHITE SULPHUR.
The social aa well aa tho gay will find that thia
place has peculiar advantages over many of
tho Watering Placea of Virginia.
An olegant Band of Music baa been secured
Bowling Alleyn, Billiard Saloona and Ratha
have been titted up fir tho amusement and
comfort ot guests.
Poat Office, Express O (lice, Telegraph Office
on the premises fur tho convenience and
intercourse with all parts of the world.
Passengers will procure ticketa o?a Virginia
and Tennessee Railroad to Big Tunnel, and
take tho Springs Branch Railroad, which
lands them directly in the Reception House at
Board $3 per day; $20 ptr woek; $70 per
For further particulars, address
WILSON & LOREN! Z, Proprietors
May 15 2mo
\ NEW DISCOVERY ! 1
Salvation for the Hair.
CLEAR AV^ATER !
WITIIOT^SEDIMENT ! :
OPENTsVFHE LIGHT ! ! !
For Restoring to Gra^JIair its
PHAI.ON'S "VlTALLj^iffcrs ut?
terly from all tly^iair coloring
It is liprffml, sweet smelling,
precurftates no muddy or slimy
matrer,requires no sliakinp,im?
part no stain to the skin. Hold
it tc\he light and it is clear and
clou\jess. It leaves no mark on
the SC!KI> ; yet it reproduces in
gray^haiN??cpatural color that
time or si\^r*s^iTiay have
bleached out pf ltT*^.
is for one sole purpose^JTiat of
reproducing^* ith absolute cer?
tainty, the naturalflCior of the
hair. It is no^intended as a
daily dressio^nor for removing
scurf or^randruff; nor for cu?
ring baroness; nor for stimula?
ting t/e growth of the hair.
Th.es/ objects may be accom?
plish Jd after the color has been
fixed tith the Vitalia, by Pha
lon's Qtamical Hair Invigo
THE ViTALT?^i^a harmless
and unequaled preparation for
the reproduction of mie origi?
nal hue o?" gray hair,altd noth?
ing else. This is accoJnplished
in from two to ten applications,
according tb thed^th of shade
required. SoJ*H>yall druggists
WE have in atore 250 dozon of Brado's
heavy Crown Stool HOES, Brade's Light
Stool Hoes and Riveted Eyes. Elwell'a Picks
and Phmtors' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trade, and paid
for with gold at 114 fco 12.J por cent, promtum,
and we confidently say wo aro prepared to
snit the market. N LOWRANCE A CO.
Maroh 23 )
Opening a Large Invoioe
Linen Bress Goods,
IN ALL COLORS.
Tho Most Beautiful, Comfortable,
DRESS OF TUE SEASON.
OUR PRINTED PERCALES AND PRINTED
Wliito and Huff PiqueB excel anything in
Tbo ladies always find EXACTLY what they
want, in our Laces, ltibbuns and Trimming
Tho Novelties of tho Season will be cx
hibitod by us in everv elans of Qonds in our
lino, aa tho Bcason advances, and at roi'CLAit
MICES. W. D. LOVE A CO.,
May 8 Columbia Hotel building.
IHAVE just received tho following hst of
choioo WINES, comprising tho finest Euro?
pean brands. This is, without doubt, thu
largest and best assortment over offered in
CLARETS-Brandenburg Freres' Modoc,
St. Julien. Margaux, Poutot Cimet, LaRose,
Jhatoau Laltoso, Qrand Viu Latour, 1858;
Margaux, 1858; i.aFitto. 1858.
HULKS AND SAUTERNES.-Lanbcn
iicimor, Ncerstoimor, JJockheimer, Marco
liruncr, Rudeshoimer, Haut Sauterno, Haut
CHAMPAGNES.-Moot fe Cbandou's Vor
r.enay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Gieen
Seal. Bruch, Fouchor & Co.'s Lac D'Or, Carte
D'Or. Sparkling Moselle.
SIIE?LUIBS.-A11 Orados, from house nf
Wisdom A W?rter, Xerss de La Frontora, in?
cluding somo very cboioo "AMONTILLADO,"
ivorthy tho attention of connoiscurs.
May 15_GEORGE HYMMERR.
W 33LOX*?> to Stop.
Formerly Harvey Houao,
SPAR.TANBURO C. H., S. C.
LAURENS C. IL, S. C.
J, Y. H. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friends and the traveling
pnblic aro respectfully in?
formed that tho above, named
_ ^HOTELS are now under my
xiutroi; auu they may rest assured that tho
-eputatiou of tho two houses will be fully kept
ip. Thu Rooms aro comfortably furuishod
ind the Tables will be supplied with tho host
)f everything. May 1 3mo
DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOULD INFORM his patrons
and tho public, that ho is now
prepared to insort ARTIFICIAL
TEETH, upon Dr. 8tuek'a Cele?
brated Patent Plates. Ho also has a largor
? tock of Dental Material than over was kept in
his city and can supply other Dentists. High
ist prices paid for old gold, or new plates
iivon iii pay. Office-West sido of Main
itreet, three doors North of Plain. April 15
M?M0XDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER A NV ELATED WARE,
FANCY ARTICLES. &C.
Special inducements aro offered to pur
diascrs, in consequence of tho low prico of
fold, in tho following articles:
Fino 18K. Gold Pondant Winding, United
Hates, Elgin und American WATCHES.
Also, a large assortment of Swiss WATCHES,
n Gold and Coin Silver Cases.
Ladies'and Gent's GOLD CHAINS.
Ladies' and Misses' Half Sets, Bracelets,
Jh&rius, Ear Rings, Brooches, Ac , Ac.
Solid Silver Ware, Meriden Triple-Plated
?Vare, Fancy Froncli Clocks, all grades ol
American Clocks, Musical Instruments, Pis
ols, ?fcc, Ac.
Particular attention is called to alargo as
lortment of Fans, Portmonuios, ana Card
Jases, which will bo sold very low.
REPAIRING OF WATCHES AND JEWELRY
jersonally attended to and warranted.
Columbia Hotel Row, Columbia, S. C.
Tlie IMC ?a,-rn ~m o tlx
BOOT, SHOE, HAT & TRIM UOISE
HAS just received a very largo and beauti?
ful stock of SPRING GOODS, selected
with groat caro, which will bo disposed of as
ow as tho times will admit. It is enough to
lay to tho publie, that our buyer was in tho
narket late in tho season, and reaped the
jonell t of tho recent and very groat declino in
!>rioe8. In BOOTS and SHOES, 1 nave every?
thing tho uyo could fancy, and oach article
warranted as represented.' My stock ol HA TS
.an't ho surpassed in style and quality, and
trill guarantee prices as low as any huuso in
I havo paid special attention to my Jobbing
Stock, in both branches, and am prepared to
iffer raro inducements to tba trado.
Be sure to call ono door North of Columbia
Hotel, as carly as possible, and secure bar?
gains. A. SMYTHE.
Fresh Goods at Low Prices.
1 f\ nnA LBS. BACON HAMS, Sides
IU.UUU and Shonldors.
300 bbls. Family and low-pricod Flour.
'20 kits Mountain Butter.
50 bbls. Refined and Crushed Sugars.
March 25_For salo b* E. HOPE.
Threshing Machines-Reaping Ma?
chines, Horse Powers,
ON hand and for sale at manufacturer's
prices, adding freight.
April 14 LOWRANCE A 00.
. RIBBONS, SASHES,
WHITE GOODS, AS.
IHAYE on hand a quantity of PRESS
TU HI MINGS, which X am offering very
low. to which I would call the special attention
of the Ladies.
A Beautiful Assortment of
BELTS, &c, at very low
WHITE GOODS, ol ovory description, and
very cheap; Swiss Mull. Figured Swiss, Tarle
tan8, Nainsook and Mull Muslins, Bishop and
Victoria LawnB, Tape Checks, Jaconet, India
Twill Long Cloth, Percales, Hamburg Edg?
ings, in Nainsook, Jaconot, SWIBB and Linen,
Lace Collars, Laco Sets, Chemisettes. ?Vc
Mav 1 O. F. JACKSON.
How IaOStt HOW Re Ml orr di
Just published, ina sealed envelope. Pnce G cts.
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT?
MENT, and Radical Curo of Sporraatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness. Involuntary Emissions,
Sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marriago
generally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi?
lepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca?
pacity, resulting from Self Abuso, Ac, by
Robt. J. Culverwell, M. D., author of the
"Green Book," ?to.
"A BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFERERS."
Sent under soal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt, of six cents, or
two postage stamps, bv CHAS. J. G. KLINE
it CO.. S?T Bowery, New York, Pom Ofllct
Also Dr. Culvenvcll'a "Marriago Guido,"
price 25 cents. _ _Mav 3 Smo
THE extensivo uao of thoao WATCHES for
tho last fifteen yeara by Railway Conductora,
Engineers and Expressmen, thc moat exacting
of watch-wearora, has thoroughly demons trat?
ed the strength, atcadincea, durability and
accuracy of tho Waltham Watch. To satisfy
that clase in all theeo respecte, ia to decide
the question aa to the real value of these time?
More than 450,000 of these watches aro
now speaking for themselves in tho pockets.of
the pooplo-a proof and a guarantee of their
superiority ovor all others.
Tho superior organization and great extent
of tho Company's Worka at Waltham, enable
thom to produce watches at a price which
renders competiotion futile, and thoao who
buy any other watch, merely pay from 25 to
50 per cent, moro for their watches than ia
Wo aro now selling Waltham Watches at
leas prices in greenbacks, than the gold prices
before tho war. There ia no other manufac?
ture of any kind in the United States of which
thia can bo said.
lhcao time-pieces combine every improve^
mont that a long experience bas proved of
real practical use. Having had tho refueal of
nearly every invention in watch-making origi?
nating in this country or in Europe, on'y those
wore finally adopted which severe testing, by
tho most skillful artiBana in our worka, and
long uso on tho pa rt of tho public, de mo ns trat
ed to bo essential to correct and enduring
Among the many improvements wo would
Tho invention and use of a centre-pinion of
peculiar construction, to prevent damage to
tho train by the breakage of main-springs, is
original with tho American Watch Company,
who, having had the rofusal of all other con?
trivances, adopted Fogg'a patent pinion as be
ing tho boat and faultless.
Hardened and tempered hair springs, now
universally admitted by watch-makers to bo
tho beat, are uaed in all grades of Waltham
All Waltham Watches have dust-proof capa,
protecting the movement from dust and les?
soning tho necessity of tho frequent cleaning
necessary ir other watcbos.
Our now patent atom-winder, or keyless
watch, is already a decided success, and a
groat improvement on any atom-winding watch
in tho American market, and by far tho cheap
cat watch of ita quality now offered to the
public. To thoso living in portions of the
United States where watch-makers do not
abound, watcbos with tho above mentioned
improvements which tend to ineuro accuracy,
cleaiilincaa, durability and convenience, must
Every watch guaranteed by the Company.
To prevent imposition, buyers should eec
that every watch should boar either of tho
following trade marka:
American Watch Co.Waltham, Mass j
Am'n. Watch Co.Waltham, Mass
American Watch Co.,
Crescent St.Waltham, Mass
Appleton, Tracy k Co.Waltham, Masa
Waltham Watch Co.Waltham, MasB
P. S. Bartlett.Waltham, Maas
William Ellery.Waltham, Mass
Homo Watch Co.Boaton, Mass
For sale at retail by all respectable dealers.
A deacriptive circular giving much useful
information sent to any address on applica?
No watches rotailed by tho Company. Ad?
ROBBINS & APPLETON, Gen'l Agenta,
182 Broadway, Now York.
Ask to seo tho now FULL-PLATE WATCn
bearing thotrado mark "AMERICAN WATCH
CO., Crescent atreet, Waltham, Mass." It ia
hy far tho beat full-plato watch mado in the
United Statea, and aurpaaaos anything here?
tofore made in thia country for Railway Engi?
neers, Conductora, Ac. April 24 t3mo
TnE undersigned, having lunated in this
city, would offer his aervicoa to all in want
of an; ono to dec?ralo their Gardens, in
French or Swiss stylea. Will also attend to
putting up all kinds of Fancy Work, such as
Fountains and Natural Water-falls, Fertilizing
Side Hill Ditches, Bridgos, Landscapes, Teni
plea, Arbora, fino Pavements, Fire and Water
Proof Roofa, and decorations of all kinds.
AddroBB through tho Poat Office,
March2t3mo W. AUG. D'ELM AR
Sugar Cured Hams.
S)f\f \ CHOICE Sugar Cured HAMS, just
rcceivod, and for salo by
April 27 J. & T. R. AGNEW
Notice of Assignee's Sale, i
PURSUANT to au order obtained, I will sell,
at Newberry Court House, B. 0., the notes
and accounts of Jacob Luther Anil, bankrupt,
on Monday, the 23d day of May, inst. .Terms
of aale cash. ISAIAH HALTIWANQBB,
May 12 10 Assignee.
House and Lot for Bale*
NOW occupied by C. Bonkoight. Lot ex
tends rall front on Plain street, and
about 250 foot front on Gatos and Lincoln
streets, and . covers nearly two (2) acres.
House has twelve (12) large rooms. Three (3)
rooms have been built in tho yArd lately, suit?
able for ofttcoB. There is also upon the lot a
COTTAGE of three (3) rooroB, and other
out-houaoB, a large and fine. Garden. Water
and Gas throughout; is shaded by a fine and
moBt beautiful Grove of Trees. Tho location
is ono of the most desirable in the city, being
near tho busineaapartB, and proper disloceos
from Churohes, Schools and Railroad Dop oto.
The price will be low, and terms easy. Apply
to ROBERT O. S?I?VBB:
May 3 tnf_,_
W. J. HOKE
fSfi&b HAS just recoived, and opon
?BSB od a largo stock of SPRING'
BBni AND SUMMER
.^^5L CLOTHING, HATS,
COLLARS, TIES, Ao.,
Which ho propon CH to sell on the most reason?
able terms. Call and examine for yourselves.
April 10_.? t
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS,
S. W. PORTER & CO.,
Have just returned from New York, (tho se?
cond time this season,) with another fine and
well-solected stock of choice
DEY G O' O D S,
Which they are now offering to the trade
VJBR.Y L.OW DOWN.
Wo call especial attention, bo our
Bress Goods Department,
Only asking a call from tho ladies, i feeling
sure wo can please them. We believe wo axe
selling the 1 .
CHEAPEST GOODS. IN COLUMBIA.
In Spring and. Summer ? J. ...
G ASSIMES tS,
For Men's and Roys' wear, vre defy competition.
In fact, the slaughter we are now making in
DRY GOODS is really fearful to beheld. Call
and seo for yourselves, ana yon will bo con?
vinced. 8. W. PORTER & CO.?'
April 15_' Main street!
Buy to tho Best Advantage.
W. A.TM?t & CO.,
Bridge street, near Gates,
f?p?ft SELL GOODS as Cheap, if not Chejvp
Qa^n?er tlmu ;iny house in Colombia. Give
Wii?iflthem a trial. Maren 10
Guns and Ammunition.
TUST received by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fine Eng*
lish Powder, In Canisters, 8hot and Caps, of all
kind. One door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A Co.'a Bunking House. Deo 18 '
Must be Sold ll
WE have about $10.000 bi CLOTH?
ING, more than wo can realize on
this Spring, and wo are anxious to
get rid of some of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP for that purpose.
Our stock is tho largest, in our
Uno, that has ever bcon brought
to this city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Largo line of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Best Fitting SHIRTS. It is now
generally admitted that we are
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
II. ?Si XV, C. SWAFFIEIJD.
1870. Ice! Ice! Ice! 1870
11 HE COLUMBIA ICE HOUSE is now open
for tho Season. Being thoroughly reju?
venated, I am now prepared to fill all orders
from tho country that may be accompanied by
thecash. JOHN D. BATEMAN,
April 24 Imo Agent.
Broom Corn Seed.
FOR salo by
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
AFULL supplv of Fresh GARDEN SEEDS.
For Sale by_E. HOPF .
Old Java Coffee.
Z)f\ MATS Old Governmont JAVA COFFEE,
?\t for salo at reduced prlocB. E. HOPE
WE will pay $5,000 for the recovery of tho
Curroncy, Gold and Bank Bills, stolon
from our Bank on tho night of Saturday, 16th
inst., or ten per cent, upon tho valuo of any
portion theroof, and $1,000 for ovidenco to con?
vict the thieves.
April 10 SCOTT, WILLIAMS Sc, OO^
Batter and Cheese.
CHOICE Goshen BUTTEB and prime
Factory CHEESE, just received, and for
jule low hy J. * T. R. AGNEW.