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33 y- Telegrapii.
WASHINGTON, January 21.-Th-* Renato
to-day engaged in the discussion o' tho bill
enlarging privileges of tbo Freedmen's Bu?
reau. Guthrie, of Kentucky, made a con?
servative speech, opposing it. He regards
it as an invasion upon the rights of the
States, calculated to irritate, rather than
oneil the feeling of the people.
Later from Barop?.
NEW YOKH, January 20.- The steamship
Nova Scotian has arrived, willi dates to
the 5th instant.
The Popo received the congratulations
of the French army on the first of January.
He returned thanks, and said it would pro?
bably be the last time that he would be?
stow a blessing on them. He feared the
enemies of the Church would come to Rome
after th J denature of the French troops.
The London Time* anticipates that by
next January Napoleon will withdraw the
French troops from Mexico and Rome.
7 o Spanish reg'monta, under General
Trim, that had revolted, made no progress,
and were pursued to the mountains.
PORT OF CHARLESTON, JAN. 22.
Steamship Honeka, New York.
Bark Mary & Louisa, Horton, liverpool.
Sehr Albert Mason, Terry, New York.
. "worr TO SEA SATURDAY.
Steamship Quaker City, West, Now York.
Steamship Vicksburg, New York.
Steamship United States, New York.
Steamship Ellie Knight, Baltimore.
Schooner Ella, Bradley, a Northern port.
WENT TO SEA YESTERDAY.
Steamship Gen. Barnes, Fort. Monroe.
Ship Aurelia, Conner, Liverpool.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL.
MOBILE, January 19.-Sales of cotton,
to-day, amount to 500 bales; middling
being quoted at 47c, with a quiet market.
Sales of the week, 10,400 bales. Receipts
of the week, 12,550. Exports of the week,
9,271. Btock, 86,426. Gold, 40 toj41*.
Nw YORE, January 20.- Gold, 38.J.
Louisvn.LE, Jauuary 12.-There was an
increased animation in tho market, to-day,
in all departments, with a heavy demand
for forage supplies, and we notice the re?
ceipt, by river, of 2,700 bales prime timothy
hay, for which $12 was offered, afloat, but
refused. We hear of sales of 200 bales by
dealers from store, at $14. Corn is quite
active, and 80c. was offered for a round lot
of 10,000 bags to arrive, with sales from
store of 500 bags, at 85c., and sales of 500
bushels prime white, at 88c., and small
lots at 8?(a87c., all from store, including
bags. Oats are in better request, with
sales of 1,500 bushels in bulk, at 50c. from
store, and 2,100 bushels at 57c., bags in
eluded. Flour continues dull, excepting to
the citv and jobbing trade, with limited
sales ot superfine at $7@$7.25; a sale of 50
bbls. plain extra at $8.50; a lot of 90 bbls.
Woodlawn, at $11, and 220 bbls. Bcargrasa
at $11. Wheat scarce and dull, though tho
demand is steady, with sales of 4,500
bushels Indiana red, delivered at thc river
for a Southern mill, at $1.62 per bushel.
Barley malt is quiet, though we quote a
sale of 500 bags prime fall at $1.55. Thc
provision market is much firmer. Cotton
is quite dull, with a. sale last o vening of 6
bales low middling, at 43c. Sales of do?
mestic sheetings, in lots, including Great
Western, Laurel Hill and Anchor, at 33c.
Groceries are quiet, though manifestly
firmer, especially all grades of sugar. Wc
hear of a sale of 10 hhds. new crop New
Orleans, at 15c, and sales of new planta?
tion molasses, prime, at $1.05 in bbls., and
$1.15 in half bbls.
BALTIMORE, January 19.-Flour quiot.
Wheat firmer. Oate dull. Clover st i?d
active. Provisions and whiskey firm.
LIVERPOOL, January 5.-Tne 3ales of cot?
ton for tho week were 55,000 bales, includ?
ing 20,000 to speculators and exporters.
The market closed dull, at a decline of jd.
on the week. Middling Orleans 21d.
WILMTNOTON, January 18 -The receipts
of cotton for the past week have been very
limited, particularly for sale. At tho be?
ginning of the week, under advices of a de?
cline in New York, tho market was rather
quiet, with small sales at 42@43c. for mid?
dling to good middling, 33c. for repacked,
and 38c. for stained. For the past thre?
days, under more favorable advices, tin . e
has been a good demand, with small sales
at 42@43c for low middling to middling,
and 44@45c. for good middling.
Exchange on New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore coutinues at par. Gold and
bank notes are in fair demand. Brokers
are paying 35 for gold.
AVALUABLE BUILDING LOT, situ?
ated on Lumber street, near Rich?
land-54 by 149 feet. For terms, etc,
apply at this office. Jan 23
Kerosene Lamps, &c.
AFULL supply of KEROSENE LAMPS,
OIL, CIIIMNEYS, Burners, Wicks,
Ac, in store and for sale at low prices, by
Jan 23 DIAL A POPE. "
6) pr BALES firut quality Eastern HAY, in
% JU O good order. For salo bv
- T"- 2 E. A G. "D. HOPE.
B.. ^^^^^Jtirould respectfully in
JL form tm ?*? ?$n3 of Columbia and
vicinity, that tA^y lnave opened their stock
of HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS, WIN?
DOW GLASS, Ac, \t<> which thev would
ask thc attention of ^purchasers, cheap for
cash. DIAL A POPE.
Jan 23 I_
Corn aind Hay.
i> A A BUSHELS' Prime White CORN.
?jXjVj 100 Bales Northern HAY, East
River, at tho lowest market price.
Office at or near S.O. Railroad Depot.
Jan 23 4 J NO. ?. BATEMAN, Agt.
TUST received and fer sale hv
tj RICHARD CALDWELL,
Jan 23 1* At Old Upper Ration House.
Edwin J. Scott,
HAS (.pened a Broker's and Exchange
Office in Columbia; will furnish cheeki
on New York and Charleston in sums tr
suit purchasers. Attend to buying am
selling SPECIE, BANK BILLS, "STOCKS
RONDS, Ac, on commission, and makt
cash advances on consignments of Cotton
to be sold in ChaYleston or New York.
I^JMWce Pt C. H>. Baldwin's store, eorne:
Kfei and Washington streets.
A^;: 2m o* '
Washington News and Rumors.
Some of the Republican members
from Indiana are growing tired of the
wrangle about negro suffrage, and do
not hesitate to say that, if applied to
that S' ate, it would lose the ai every
Congressional district excepting that
of Mr. Julian.
Thadi Stevens' sudden anxiety to
repeal so much of the Congressional
test-oath as prohibited Southern at?
torneys from pructising in the South
created much surprise at the time,
and has led to much discussion since
among those not fully in the secret.
It seems that a small caucus of the
faithful met at Mr. Chase's, on Satur?
day evening, where the whole subject
was informally discussed. Judge
Chase ia understood to have said that
the law was clearly against the oath ;
that the question now before the Su?
preme Court involved the whole prin?
ciple, and must soon be decided, and
recommended the course pursued by
Stevens on the following Monday as
the' best method for relieving him
from the necessity of making a disa?
greeable decisiou, and the party from
possessing a most unwieldy elephant.
The Committee on "Ways and Means
are reported to be by no means har?
monious concerning what is popularly
termed Secretary McCulloch's bill on
financial affairs. Many of them are
opposed to giving him the authority
to go into foreign markets for loans.
It is difficult to see how this can con?
flict with sound policy. Our bonds
will inevitably find their way abroad,
and the only question to decide is,
whether the Secretary shall negotiate
them himself on the best obtainable
terms, or allow them to pass through
bankers and brokers as middle-men.
The correspondent of the New York
Herald writing from Fortress Monroe
says : The search is still continued on
land and on shipboard for persons
formerly in the rebel service and be?
lieved to have any complicity in the
alleged plot to secure Jeff. Davis his
freedom without the authority or
sanction of the Government. It is
probable there will be no let up in
these inquisitorial researches until an
order to such effect comes from the
War Department. General Miles and
the military force garrisoning the
fort, I feel very certain, would rather
like the coming of a rescuing force,
and prefer not to advertise their prior
knowledge of the possible arrival of
such an expeditionary party. Though
the victorious wreaths encircling the
brows of our brave soldiers do not
weigh heavily, and though grim
visaged war is more agreeable with a
smooth than with a wrinkled front,
a little excitement of this kind would
relish intensely and set the blood
tingling with lively and pleasurable
audacity. There is this one pleasant
feature in the case-that if no rescu?
ing party does show itself, the excite?
ment stirred up by it has cleared the
post and its preci^'?ts of many having
no business here and no claims to be
I here. I refer, of course, to the edicts
expelling those formerly in the rebel
service from the Government depart?
ments, and forbidding the employ?
ment of any such in future. It has
long been freely spoken of as an un?
pardonable shame that such persons
should be allowed to be employed
here to the exclusion of Union sol?
diers, whose past glorious records in
the field and scarred and maimed
bodies entitled them to these places.
But nepotism was fast getting its
sway, and it needed just stich emer?
gency and stringent action to put it
down. It is a blow in the right direc?
tion. AH loyal and rightly-minded
ones are glad of it.
Thc correspondent of the Phila?
delphia Ledger, of the 17th, says:
Certain parties are endeavoring to
make it appear that because the
Intelligencer has lost the War Depart?
ment advertising, it is no longer in
the confidence of the President. This
is an error, as the advertising affair
and its withdrawal was purely a mat?
ter between the proprietors and the
Secretary of War, the Executive him?
self being as foreign to the withdrawal
a's Napoleon or Queen Isabella.
I hear .to-day that the Supreme
Court is a 1 io upon the question of
the constitutionality of the test-oath.
It was supposed that Reverdy .John?
son's able argument before the Court
in the ease of Mr. Garland would
have secured at least a preponderance
of votes in favor of granting the
I petition of his client to be admitted
to practice without taking the re?
quired oath, but if rumor speaks
correctly, it failed of its intended
effect. Mr. Garland, and ail others
interested, must, therefore, look to
Congress for relief, and the impres?
sion is that they will not look in vain,
seeing that a bill repealing tho oath
is already through the House. The
President stands ready to sign the
bill whenever it shall be the pleasure
of the Senate to pass it and transmit
it to him.
HORRIBLE CASE OF CANNIBALISM AT
SEA.-The brig C. M. Carver, Cap?
tain Treat, from Georgetown, S. C.,
with lumber for Searsport, was dis?
mantled and filled with water in n
gale on the 21st ult. On the 31st ult.,
she was fallen in with, seventy miles
from Cape Ann, by the schooner
Emma, and the crew taken off, being
nine days on the wreck without food
j or water. One man was killed when
j tho masts went over, and the steward
> died on the 30th, of starvation, and
' when rescued, the crew were living on
! his body.-Mobile Tribune. #
In Missouri and Arkansas there
r are thirty-two negro schools, wit!,
forty teachers and 2,827 scholars.
Important from Mexico.
The announce ruent comes from New
Orleans that the armed force from
Texas, which captured from the Mexi?
can Imperialists the town of Bagdad,
on the Rio Grande,- as described in
yesterday's Herald, consisted chiefly
of the 118th United States colored
infantry, under Colonel Davis. The
capture was effected on the morning
of the 5th inst., and it is said that the
negroes immediately after commenced
plundering the place and robbing the
citizens, shooting those who refused
to deliver their money. Three hun?
dred Imperialists were made prisoners,
about half of whom joined the Repub?
lican service, and were detailed to gar?
rison the town, the captors imme?
diately disappearing. The American
General Crawford was in command of
it, and General Escobedo was on his
way thither. The accounts indicate
that the former was about starting on
another expedition. General Weitzel,
at the request of Escobado, sent two
hundred men from Brownsville,
Texas, to Bagdad, to preserve order.
The shelling of the town by a French
vessel, which was kept up during the
6th inst., did not result in relaxing in
the slightest degree the hold upon it
of its new garrison.
By way of Vera Cruz, we have re?
ceived intelligence of Republican
successes of the most important cha?
racter. Toluca, the ancient capital of
Mexico, a fine city of twelve thousand
inhabitants, has been captured by the
Juarists under Munoz, and so critical
is the emergency that Marshal Ba?
zaine, with all the Imperial troops at
hand, had started from Mexico city
to attempt to retake the position.
There is, further, a rumor, apparently
well founded, that a couple of valua?
ble silver mines have fallen into the
hands of the Juarists. The fighting
in the interior, of which we now re?
ceive details, appears not to have re?
sulted so favorably for the Republi?
cans, but all accounts unite on the
point that the position of Maximilian
is a most critical one. Arising out of
the disturbed state of affairs, an at?
tempt bad been made to assassinate
the Imperial Minister of War- but the
plot failed, and the would-be i'.--sassins
President Johnson's message had
been received in Mexico city, as in
France, with a feeling of intense re?
lief that war was uot to be imme?
diately made upon the Imperial Go?
vernment. The Vera Cruz papers,
howe vnr, regard the outbreak of hos?
tilities between the United States
and France as inevitable, and only
postponed for a time.
[New York Herald, 19iA.
Five Priests Indicted In Missouri.
We have been surprised to read in
the St. Louis Republican, of a recent
date, that five priests-Fathers
Knowd, McGerry, Ryan, O'Reagan
and O'Donoughoe, gentlemen who
constituted the faculty of St. Vin?
cent's College in that State, distin?
guished for their learning and refine?
ment-have been indicted by a grand
jury, and called to appear before a
criminal court to answer to the in?
dictment which has some reference to
the "test-oath," so-called, the consti?
tutionality of which is now before the
Supreme Court of the country. When
the cases were called, the reverend
fathers petitioned for a postponement
until next term in order that they
might continue teaching the Semi?
naries until next June. They were
accordingly held to bail in $1,001)
The arrest was made on a Saturday
night, but they all gave bail to ap
pear on Monday, and the arresting !
officer left. The people on Sunday
were in the highest degree excited,
and it might have required but a
word to arouse them to armed resis?
tance. But the good priests used
their influence in another direction.
It is a fine and beautiful commentary
on the spirit of the Catholic religion
which counsels obedience to law and
authority. The Father instead of com?
plaining and exciting feeling already
too much aroused, set them an example
in the other direction. The church,
at the 10 o'clock mass, was densely
crowded. After the Gospel (which
Avas about John in prison) the officiat?
ing priest preached a beautiful ser?
mon on patience. He showed to his
congregation that they should not be
angry against the people who had
i caused the trouble, and in the end
commanded the Catholic portion of
the inhabitants, by all the authority
he had over them, not to say or do
j anything that could get up an excite?
Father McGerry, one of the parties
arrested, is described as a venerable
old man over seventy years of age,
the friend of Bishop Dubois, the
second superior of Mount St. Mary's
College, Emmetsburg, and for many
years pastor of a church at Washing?
ton. His memory is full of recollec?
tions of the past time, stories of the re?
volution, in which his fathers fought.
He is a man whom all love and revere
for his goodness and kindness. It was
, a strange thing to see that fino old
man stand at the bar of a criminal
court, charged with a crime unknown
1 to the laws, It is to be hoped that
; before the cas? is called for trial in
. June, better counsels will prevail,
i and that these unoffending and
[ loyal priests will be permitted tc
[ depart unmolested to pursue theil
i mission of love, charity, and good
will to men.
i j YORK ELECTION.-J. F. Wallace hae
i j been elected Clerk of the Court foi
! York District.
LOANS TO SOUTHERN PLANTERS.
Tb is is a matter of such great impor?
tance to the whole country that we
advert to it again, in connection with
the presence in this city of Doctor
Samuel Bard, late Superintendent of
Public Education in the State of
Louisiana, and long connected with
the South-western press; and who is
now here as the representative of
many plantera whom the war has left
without the means necessary to the
successful planting of cotton.
The Southern lands are as rich as
ever; laborers may be obtained, and
in many instances agricultural imple?
ments are not wanting. But the money
wherewith to pay the laborer, to feed
and clothe him, to stock the planta?
tion, and to meet its other current
expenses, is wanting. It is this want
which Northern capital should seek to
supply, so that the whole energies of
the Southern planters may be success?
fully directed to the production ol
cotton and other Southern crops.
This will cause our shipping to whiten
every sea; stimulate every branch ol
the national industry; establish thc
foreign exchanges in our favor; ena?
ble the country to sustain, uninjured,
the burden of the national debt, anc
avert all danger of a financial crisis.
A full ciop of cotton will do more ti
restore the prosperity of the country
than all the political speeches that
can be made in a decade.
It is for the National banks and th?
capitalists of the North to effect thes<
good results, and they should do it a
once. "We are glad to learn fron
Doctor Bard that he-is succeeding ii
the object of his visit. He will reman
here a few days longer, and may b
seen at No. 71 Broadway.
[New Fork News.
SOCIAL LIFE IN WASHINGTON.-Th
National Intelligencer of the 17th says
The reception at the Executive man
sion last night was one of the mos
brilliant we have ever seen. Abou
9 o'clock, the throng in tho red, blue
and green rooms became so grea
that the order was given for lightin,
the East room; and the opening c
that large and commodious apartmen
was a most satisfactory and effectiv
relief. It is evident that the ladie
of the President's family, in thei
evening "at homes," must expect t
be so besieged by troops of friend:
that all the public rooms will 1
drawn into requisition. From th
hour appointed until nearly 10 o'cloc
there was a steady flow of company.
Among those present were tl
ministers from England, Franc*
Russia, Prussia, the Netherlands, an
other members of the diplomat
corpsj some accompanied by tl
ladies of their families. The array ?
beauty and distinction from differei
quarters, of the nation, including oi
own city, was particularly noticed I
those most familiar with these r
About 9 o'clock, the President joim
his daughters in the red drawin
room, and received the sa uitions
the crowds, that now st jed to i
crease, with the ease and affability
characteristic to him.
Our fair friends, perhaps, will
interested in learning that the toil?
were in many instances superb.
KENTUCKY SENATOR.-A Washir
ton special says that a Union Senat
has received a letter from Kentul
stating that a movement is being
ganized to return John C. Breck
ridge to the Senate in place of Garr
They manage things funnily
California-military funeral, for
stance. After burying the deceas
the band comes fcack and serena
Ben. Holiday's overland coac
carried, during the quarter end
with December last, 1,932 sacks
mail matter weighing over 100,
1f\f\f\ BUSHELS OF COTI
,UUU SEED (of the best, 1
kind) for sale for a i-easonablo prie
specie or currency, delivered at Ninetj
Depot, Greenville and Columbia Bailr
Persons wishing to purchase can adi
me at Ninctv-Six, or see mo at ruy ph
tion two and-a-balf miles from Ninety
Jan 23 5*_W. H. DAVIS, M.
STATE TAX COLLECTORS
AND COMMISSIONERS TO APPIt
PUBLIC SECURITIES, are hereb
tined that the Act of December, I860,
raise supplies," Ac, (Sec. 8,) requires
Treasurer to causo the official bon
the several Tax Collectors of this Sta
bo examined by tho Commissioner
pointed in theirrespectivo Tax Dist
to approve public securities, and if th<
bonus are found to be sufficient and :
factory, they shall re-affirm their ori
approval thereof; but if found insult
and unsatisfactory, they shall requir
same to bo re-ex?cuted and renewed
good and sufficient sureties." The
OFFICE and ADDRESS of each Tu:
lector, and of each Chairman of tho ]
of Commissioners, must be furnished
without delay, so that information
tho penalty of each bond and the nai
tho sureties thereto may be forwt
i If Commissioners should adjudge anj
i to be insufficient and unsatisfactory
will immediately give notice thereof
Treasurer or Comptroller-General.
WM. HOOD, State Treasi
STATE TREASURY OFFICE, Columbi*
uary 22, 186?. Jan 2?
TAX COLLECTORS are hereby n
that their bonds must be appro
1 the Commissioners to approve put
? curitics, in accordance with the for
notice of thc Treasurer, BEFOR1
1 FIRST OF APRIL NEXT, otherwis
will not be authorized to proceed to
payments of taxes after making th
. sessments. JAMES A. BLAC
. Jan 23 tu2 Comptroller-Ge*
? jsyAll papers in the State g;
weekly insertion for two consecutive
THROUGH ROUTE NORTH,
VIA CHARLOTTE AND GREENS?
BORO, N. C., ANB DANVILLE
AND RICHMOND, VA.
STAGES leave Columbia, S. C., daily,
connecting with Charlotte and South
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C.. 2.30 p. m.
Leave Charlotte.. 3.00 p. m.
Arrive at Greensboro, N. C.. . 10.00 p. m.
Leave Greensboro..'10.20 p. m.
Ai rive at Richmond, Va. 3.1.r> p. ni.
the following day, connecting with evoning
trains for Washington and all the North?
er > cities.
Close connections made, and no delay on
The nearest and best route North.
J. FITZ JAMES,
Agent R. D. & P. Railroads.
Jan 23 3m o
THIS Company, chartered by the State
of Virginia, and organized with
JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON,
AS ITS PRESIDENT,
Has opened an AGENCY in thebnilding of
Mr. Kraft, Gunsmith, on Washington
street, opposite the burnt jail, temporarily,
and arc prepared to <lo a
General Express Forward?
In the transmission of
They promise to be behind none in their
efforts to please and accommodate. Iden?
tified with the South and its interests, they
solicit from the citizens of Columbia, and
the public generally, a liberal portion ot
the business in their line.
Thev are now running daily between the
following named cities and towns:
New York, Georgetown,
Weldon, Knoxville, Tenn.,
Bristol, Tenn., Fredericksburg,
And all accessible points in the States^ of j
New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Vir?
ginia, North Carolina and South Carolina.
As the line of railroads are opened, they
extend their business to all points in the
South, in addition to the above named.
This Company has also favorable con?
tracts with steamer-lines from all North?
ern ports to those of the South.
j To Merchants and Shippers of Columbia
^ and surrounding country:
; They will find it convenient and advan
tageous to have their goods coming by
' steamer, via Charleston, to have them
3 j marked to the care ot tho National Ex?
All goods marked or shipped, as above,
" ' will be forwarded without delay or extra
charge for drayage or commission.
The Tariff of charges will be based upoh
a fair business per centago above thc cost
i of transportation, without being onerous
y or oppressive; nor will it be made los,., than
- I the cost of transportation, with the view
e to break down or drive off any rival, to
fi advance to oppressive and unnecessary
y high rates. HARRY COTT?NGHAM,
:t Assistant Superintendent,
i- O. F. WEBSTER,
P. P. ZIMMERMAN,
e Acting Agent, Columbia, S. C.
). Jan 23
By LEVIN & PELXOTTO.
PHIS (Tuesday) MORNING, we wiU sell,
before our store, at 10 o'clock,
A variety of Household Furniture.
An invoice of Clothing, being:
57 Pair Blue Pants.
34 Coarse Shirts.
31 Drawers aud lot Blankets.
25 Boxes Segars.
2 Boxes Havana Granulated Sugar.
3 Barrels Superior Vinegar.
1 Ca sk Cooking Soda, Ac, Ac.
Jan 23 3_
By Burbec & Walter.
Ve will sell, at our auction mart, TO?
MORROW (Weduesday) MORNING,*at
A lot of Furniture, consisting of a Cot
age Sett, comprising Bureau, Wardrobe,
narble-top Wash-stand, Bedstead, Chairs,
tc.; Tables, Clocks, Presses, Centre Tables,
Mackerel, Pilot Bread.
Soap, Tallow Candles.
Hosiery, Gloves, Neck-ties.
Brushes, Combs and a variety of r\ncy
Vrtieles. Jan 23
Great Chance for Investment-Valuable
BT JAMES Gt. GIBBES.
C. F. HARRISON, ALCTIONEEB.
VILL bc sold TO-MORROW (Wednesdav)
MORNING, in front of Jas. G. Gibbes'
store, at 104 o'clock.
That valuable Building Lot, containing
me acre, situated at the South-east corner
if Gates and J^ady streets, and near the
Charleston and Greenville Depots. Terms
nade known at sale.
Horses, Mules and Wagons.
N. B. Stocks of any kind received up to
0 o'clock on the morning of the sale.
BY JAMES G. GIBBES.
C. F. HARRISON, ACCTIONEEB.
will sell, in front of my store. TO MOR?
ROW (Wednesday) MORNING, at lOfc
o'clock, tho following articles, viz:
Bids. Irish Potatoes.
Tierces Shoulders and Hams.
Cans English Mustard.
N. B. Articles of furniture, groceries, Ac,
eceived until 10 o'clock on tne -morning of
he sale. Jan 23
Handsome Bleeding an/I Building Lots.
BY A. E. PHILLIPS.
>n the FIRST MONDAY in February next,
at ll o'clock a. m., I will sell, at the Court
House, in Columbia,
That pleasant and desirable two-story
.welling, on thc South side of Richland
treet, between Dickens and Bull streets,
ormerly the residence of tho late Gen.
rregg. The lot contains half acre. The
louse has 10 rooms, 4 in the basement,
in the first storv and 2 in second story.
?thero is a good kitcken, smoke-house,
table, and well in the yard.
2 Building Lots on East side of Richard?
en or Main street, between Laurel and
tichland streets, fronting on Main street 52
eet each by 313 feet deep. These lots are
.dmirably "located for business stands,
laving been occupied as such for tho last
0 years. ALSO,
A very desirable Lot for a residence on
he corner of Lady and Mariom streets,
ipposito the Presbyterian Church, contain
ng one acre. On this lot there is froni-50
o 60,000 bricks. This property may be
reatod for at private sale previous to
Terms (which will be made easy) made
mown on dav/>f sale. Jan 18
A FEW BALES of prime Eastern HAY.
t\. For sale bv A. R. PHILLIPS,
Jan 23 2_Davis' Alley.
ABLACK LEATHER POCKET-BOOK,
containing ($85) eighty-five dollars,
lour notes on different parties; one note on
Smith A Phealean for i$173) one hundred
and seventy-three dollars, another on the
same for ($63) sixty-three dollars, the
other two names forgotten-the amount
($300) three hundred dollars. A liberal
reward will be paid bv leaving tho above at
Nickerson's Hotel. " C. A. GOODMAN.
BY virtue of the last will of Hen-.y
Worthy, deceased, we will sell at ene
Scaife's Ferrv place, on Broad River, on
FRIDAY, the 2d dav of February rext,
600 BUSHELS OF CO"RN, and 4,000 or 5,000
BUSHELS of Superior COTT. >N SEED.
Terms made known on day of sale. All
persons having demands against the
estate, will hand them in immediately.
Jan 23 Executors.
HeatLqr's District of Western S. C.,
FOURTH SEPARATE BRIGADE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 18, 1866.
CIRCULA fi NO. 1.
AReward of FIVE HUNDRED ($500)
DOLLARS is hereby offered for in?
formation which will lead to the conviction
of tho parties who murdered Private
Samuel Klafengie, Company "C," 25th
Ohio Veteran Volunteer Infantry, at New?
berry, South Carolina, on the 27th day
of December, 1865.
Bv order of
Brevet Major-General A. AMES.
J. A. CLAKK, Act. Ass't Adj't Gen'l.
Jan 23 __6
Yorkville Female Seminary._
The Exercises of this insti?
tution will begin, D. V., THE
FIRST MONDAY OF FEB?
A commodious Building has
_ been secured, both for teaching
and boarding purposes.
Mrs. N. W. Thornwell will take charge of
the Boarding Department
Due attention will be given to Music and
French. . .
Board and Tuition, per session, $96 in
specie, or its equivalent.
Day Scholars, at $11, SIC and $21.
Promising to devote their best energies
to their work, tho Principals would solicit
a liberal patronage.
Circulars, giving full particulars, wiU be
furnished on application to Dr. Adger, Co?
lumbia; Rev. J. D. White,.Chester; Rev. J.
N. Craig, Lancaster; Rev. W. E. Boggs,
Winnsboro; Dr. Wardlaw, Abbeville; Col.
F. E. Harrison, Anderson; Rev. A. W.
Miller, Charlotte, N. C.; Rev. Wm. Brown,
Ricnmond, Va.; H. G. Witherspoon, Mayes
ville, S. C.; Gen. W. H. Wallace, Union, S.
C., or to
REV. J. MONROE ANDERSON,
REV. R. B. ANDERSON,
Jan 23 3 Principals.