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* From Washington.
WASHINGTON, February 12_No business
waa transacted in Congress to-day. It
being tba birth-day of the late President
Linco|li, tho Hon. George Bancroft deliver?
ed an address on his memory, in the pre?
sence of a highly distinguished audience.
Tho war of tho roses has already begun.
Since the demonstration at the White
House,, .on. Wednesday, the radicals claim
that they are the r?a? Administration par?
ty, and that the President has apostatized.
They hope to maintain a majority in Con?
gress, and thus paralyze the reconstruc?
tion efforts of Provident Johnson. They
denounce his speeches of Wednesday aa a
premature veto of their favorite bille.
President Johnson is inflexible. He has
..vlready prepared a proclamation declaring
the war ended and the Union : restored,
with civil Government in aH tho insurrec?
tionary States. ~ ja .
The selection ot a homogeneous Cabinet
and subordinate appointments will follow
the' proclamation. President Johnson in?
tend* to carry .out his programme and look
to the people for support. Tho masses
here are delighted, and tho radical politi?
cians mad at those movements.
Gov. BRAMLH CTE OP KENTUCKY, OH
THE FREEDMEN a BUREAU.-A few
days ago, Judge S. S. Goodloe, of
the City Conrt of Lexington, under
the statute of Kentucky, fined a
negro for having a pistol in his pos?
session. Mr. Pinkerton, agent of
the Freedmen's Bureau, took the
case in hand , and notified Judge
Goodloe,.that all such statutes were
* no km ger valid, and requested him to.
restore the negro his pistol and remit
the fine. Judge Goodloe declined to
do this, not recognizing any rule of
procedure in his court but that of the
.statutes of Kentucky. The matter
was at this stage referred to Governor
Bramlette, who, in answer to Judge
Goodloe, says: "You take the correct
view, of your duty. You have no
power .to make, unmake, or amend
laws, but must administer them as
they exist. This you and all other
officers should do, regardless of the
menaces of the agents of a bureau
which has no legal existence in Ken?
tucky. The powers assumed by
super-officials and agents of over?
riding the laws and civil authorities
of the State, could be firmly met and
resisted in every legal form. The
whole negro population being now
free, are by our laws, as they now
exist, secured and protected in their
rights of life, liberty and property.
The slave code has nothing to do
?frith the free negro now, and never
did have. I have every reason to be?
lieve that the present General Assem?
bly will adopt suitable and wise
provisions for the benefit of the
freedmen. "Whether they do or not,
Mr. Pinkerton ought to know that it
is not your or bis province to make,
amend, or disregard existing laws.
Mr. Pinkerton would better subserve
the true interests of the negro, and
of the society and State in which he
lives, by locking up his bureau and I
losing the key, than by the course he
seems bent on pursuing." The Go?
vernor has turned the whole matter
over to the Legislature
CrRC?XAR TO NATIONAL BANKS.
The Tribune's special says:
It having been represented to
United States Treasurer Spinner that
a number of national banks located
in cities where clearing houses are in
operation have estimated their depo?
sits subject to duty from the balances
after exchanges at the clearing house,
and not from the balance at the close
of the day, as required by the regu?
lations, hu has issued a circular letter
to the cashiers of the national banks
in such localities, in which he says
that the former method cannot be
accepted as correct, and requests
them to inform him whether, in
making up the semi-annual return of
their books for the six months pre?
ceding January 1, 18G6, they esti?
mated the average of deposits from
the balance at the close of the day, or
from the balance after the exchanges
at the clearing house. In conclusion,
the Treasurer requests, in the event
that the regulations in this respect
were complied with by them, that an
additional return be forwarded which
shall contain a statement of the ave?
rage of deposits, estimated from the
balance of deposits at the close of the
day the excess in the uverage of
balances so returned, as made up
after the exchanges at the clearing
house, and that they remit to this
office an amount equal to one-quarter
of one per cent, on such differences
^ * ol computation.
MURRELL REDIVIVUS.-It is stated
that a -??gular organised band of
thieves has been formed between
Tupelo, Miss., and Fort Pillow, on
the plan of John A. Murrell's gang,
which existed all through the South?
ern country several years ago. They
have relay posts every twelve miles,
and when a horse is stolen at either
terminus of the hue, he is ridden ra?
pidly to the first post by ona rider,,
who procures another horse and re?
turns, and is therefore nover absent
long enough to create suspicion as to
himself in the neighborhood from
?iden. One of
>ost takes the
ne line, -where
, at lowest mar
by bale or half
" in fine order.
? fe WARLEY.
mtt*m ? rn r' ? .irn-Tn ? '
TK? negro**? Xeply.
We published, yesterday, the an?
swer of President Johnson tb Fred.
Douglass and his associates. They
publish tho following as their rejoin?
,. MR. PRESIDENT: In consideration
of a delicate sense of propriety, as
well as your intimation of indisposi?
tion to discuss or listen, to a reply to
views you were pleased to express to
us in your elaborate speech to-day,
the undersigned would respectfully
take this method of replying thereto,
believing, as we- do, that the views
and opinions expressed in that ad?
dress are entirely unsound and preju?
dicial to the highest interest of our
race as well as our country. We can?
not do otherwise than expose the
same, and, BS fft? BS may he in our
power, arrest their dangerous influ?
. It is not necessary at this time to
call attention to more than two or
three features of your remarkable
The first point to which we feel
especially bound to take exception, is
your attempt to found a policy op?
posed to our enfranchisement, upon
the alleged hatred on the part of the
former slaves towards the poor white
people of the South. We admit the
existence of this hostility, and hold
that it is entirely reciprocal, but you
obviously commit an error by draw?
ing an argument from an accident of
a state of slavery and making it the
basis for a policy adapted to a state
of freedom. Hostility between the
whites and blacks of the South is
easily explained. It has its root and
sap in the relation of slavery, and
was incited on both sides by the
tyranny of slave masters. Their mas?
ters secured their ascendancy over j
both the poor whites and the blacks
by putting enmity between them.
They divided both to conquer each.
There was no earthly reason why the
blacks should not hate and dread the
poor whites when in a state of slave?
ry, for it was from 'this class their
master received their slave-catchers,
slave-drivers and overseers. They
were the men called on uppn all occa?
sions by masters when any fiendish
outrage was to be committed upon the
slave. Now, sir, you cannot but per?
ceive that the cause of this dread, is
removed; also, slavery is abolished.
The case is antagonistic. You
must see that it is altogether illogi?
cal. It is putting new wine into old
bottles; mending new garments with
old cloth; to legislate from slow hold?
ing to slow driving of the persons of
a people whom you have repeatedly
declared it your purpose to maintain
in freedom. Besides, even were it
true, as you allege, that the feelings
of hostility which they entertained
toward the poor whites, while in a
state of slavery, must necessarily
remain now they are free, how in the
name of Heaveu-we reverentially
ask-can you, in view of your ex?
pressed desire and proffered aid to
promote the welfare of the black
man, deprive him of all means of de?
fence, and clothe him whom yon
regard-as his enemy with the mono?
poly of political power? Can it be
possible that you would recommend
a party which would arm the strong,
and cast down the defenceless? Can
you, by any possibility of reasoning,"*
regard this as justice? Experience
proves they are often abused; men
are whipped oftener who are whipped
easiest. Peace between races is not
to be secured by degrading one and
raising the other, by giving power to
one and withholding it from the
There can come a day when we can
be removed from this country with?
out a terrible shock to its prosperity
and peace; besides, the worst enemy
of the nation could not cast upon its
fair name a greater infamy than to
suppose that negroes could be tole?
rated among them in a state of the
most degrading slavery.
G. F. DOWNING,
LEWIS H. DOUGLAS,
-| K BALES EASTERN HAY, at $2.75
JiZJ pt-r cwt.
I Tubs GOSHEN BUTTER.
1 Bbls. Peach-Blow POTATOES.
. Bbls. Extra FAMILY FLOUR. Just re
I ceived and for sale low by
South aide Gervais street, near Assembly.
Febl4_ _ _1
Reduction in Prices!
WE are about closing out the balance
of our WINTER STOCK. A fine
opportunity is now presented for securing
at the following low prices:
DELAINES, boantiful, from cents and
Colored ALPACCA, only 40 cents a yard.
Irish POPLIN, yery low, 55 cents a yard.
Ladies' SHAWLS, all wool, $3.25 and up?
Ladies' Sontags, very cheap, $2.
Ladies' Breakfast Shawls, groat bargain,
Ladies' Nubias, choap, 75 cents,
Ladies' Kid Bootees, $2.50.
Misses' Calf Bootees, $1.50.
Childrens' Bootees, 50 cents.
Ladies will do well by examining these
Koods before nicking purchases.
ABELES, MYERS A CO.,
Feb 14 6 Opposite old City Hotel.
. cpa?oRciAJL AS? FUT AH cute.
NEW YOES, February 9.-Cotton heavy,
at 45c. Flour advancing-Southern 18.90
@$15.50. Wheat steady. Corn dull, at a
decline of lo. Beef heavy-plain mess $16
@$20. Pork unsettled-mess closing at
$30.12*. Whiskey dull, at $2.24. Sugar
firm; Naval stores dull. Gold 39$.
NEW YORK, February 12.-Cotton declin?
ing, and selling at 44@45c. Gold 38J.
AUGUSTA, February 8.-To-day was a
dull day in the cotton market, there being
no transactions whatever; consequently we
cannot give quotations. Receipts for the
two days 1,375 bales. Gold-buying, 38;
se hing at 39@40. Silver unchanged.
CINCINNATI, February 8.-Flour remains
unchanged and steady. Wheat in fair de?
mand, at $1.90@$2. Corn dull, at 53c.
Oats duh, at 36c. Rye steady, at 75c.
Hogs steady; in demand at $11.75@$12 for
city dressed. Receipts, 500 head. Provi?
sions quiet, but firm at former quotations.
Mess pork, 29c. Lard, 18c. for prime city.
Balk moats and bacon unchanged; green
shoulders, 9kc. Groceries unchanged ind
quiet. Cotton dull and prices nommai.
Columbia Wholesale Prices Current.
_BY A. L. SOLOMON._
APPLES-Per bushel.$3 00
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 35
Dundee " . 30
BALE ROPE-Manilla^pcr lb. SO
BACON-Hams, per lb. 28
8ides " . 25
_ Shoulders, " . 20
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. GO
Country, " . 40
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. 3 50
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb. 36
Middhng, " . 38
Sea Island, " .
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.
Adamantine, ". 35
Tallow, " . 25
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 37J
Laguayra, " :. 45
Java, " . 50
CHEESE-English Dairy, por lb... 30 & 20
Skimmed, " ... 25
CORN-Per bushel. 1 75
FLOUR-Super., per bbl.12 50
Extra Family. 15 00
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb. 15
Green, ". 8
LARD-Per lb. 25
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft.
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 75
New Orleans, " . 1 75
Sugar House, " .
NAILS-Per lb. 12i
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 50
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 1 25
Terebene, . .
Sperm, " .
PEAS-Per bushel. 1 50
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 125
* Sweet, " . 1 75
RICE-Carolina, per bushel. 9 00
East India, " .
SALT-Liverpool, per sack.. 3 50
Table, " . 5 00
Virginia or Coast.
SOAP-Per bar.18 & 25
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 28'
Powdered, " . 28
.Frown, " .15*20
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon.
Cognac Brandv, " . 10 00
Domestic " " . 3 00
Holland Gin, '? . 8 00
American " " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum, ". .. GOO
N. E. " " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, . 3 50
Monongahela " . 5 00
Rectified " . 3 00
STARCH-Per lb. 20
TEA-Green, per lb. 2 00
Black, " . . 150
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.30 * 1 00
Smoking, " .50 4 1 00
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 1 00
Cider, '7 . 75
French, " . 1 5u
WINE-Champagne, per basket... 36 00
Port, per gabon. 5 00
Sherry, " . G 00
Madeira, " . 5 60
MEATS-Pork, per lb.
Beef, " . 08
Mutton, " . 8@10
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pail. 4 00
Ducks, " . 75
Chickens, " . 50
Geese, " . 75
ON the 2d of January, 18GG, tho COLUM?
BIA PHONIX (published Dailv and
Tri-Weekly) was GREATLY ENLARGED,
and in the quantity and quality of its read?
ing matter will compare favorably with any
paper in tho State. The subscription price
to the Dally is $10 a year; Tri-Weekly $7.
The terms for transient advertising have
been REDUCED OVER TWENTY-FIVE
PER CENT. ; while tho monthly and quar?
terly rates have been lowered to such an
extent as to place tho columns of the paper
within the reach of dealers and manufac?
Of every kind, such as
Attended to promptly, and at reasonable
prices. Give us a trial.
JULIAN A. SELBY,
Jau 7 Proprietor Columbia Phamiz.
PORT OF CHARLESTON, FEB. 13.
Steamship Emily B. Sonder, New York.
TJ. S. sehr. Pharos, Howland, New Bedford.
ALARGE ROOM, suitable for an office,
in a central part of tho city. Apply
at this office. Fob l l
BOUGHT of tho Government Agenta.
For salo low, to arrive, by
Feb 14 GREGG & CO.
THE subscriber is just receiving into
store, and can supply, all kinds of
POWDER from tho above named popular
Factory-in whole, half and quarter kegs,
and in cans and canisters of every size and
quality, at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
To merchants and others buying to sell
again, a further liberal discount will be
He has also in store a general assort?
HARDWARE, SHOES and
Embracing almost everything wanted for
House, Kitchen or Plantation uso; and is
constantlv receiving fresh additions to his
stock. All of which will be sold at tho . .
Very Lowest Prices for Cash.
Give him a call, at Nos. 5 and G Bryce's
Range, Columbia, S. C.
Feb 14 Imo*_ROBERT BRYCE.
PALMETTO IRON WORKS,
COLTJMBXA, S. C.
HAVING rebuilt a part,
of our shop, we arc again *
jprepared to resume busi?
ness in all of its various
gines, G: ist and Saw Mills refitted; ail kinds
of Brass and Iron Casting.
Mr. G. A. SHIELDS will bo foimd at the
Works, ready to attend to all calls. We hope
to merit a snare of the public patronage.
40,000 lbs. BAR IRON, suitable for plan?
3,000 lbs. best CAST STEEL.
200 Cast Steel AXES, made herc.
100 Steel HOES, assorted. Planters will
do well to call and examine our Iron.
WM. GLAZE & CO.
Feb 14 _ _ Imo
NAILS, POT WARE. ETC.
-I f\f \ KEGS NAILS, assorted sizes.
JA/W 5,000 lbs. POTWARE, consisting
of Pots, Ovens and Spiders.
1 doz. S. W. Collins' PICKS and MAT?
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles.
Waffle Dons, Table and Tea Spoons.
Knives and Forks, Pocket Knives. ?
Tacks, Brads, Finishing Nails.
Hammers, Hatchets and everything
which might be found in a first-class Hard?
ware Store. For sale low by
Feb 14 3 KENNETH Sc GIBSON.
/O?El=% 2,500 lbs. COUNTRY SIDES.
jhrrnwri 2,000 " " SHOULDERS.
J*T? 1,000 " " HAM?.
5 bbls. prime LEAF LARD.
20 kegs " GOSHEN BUTTER.
50 kits No. 1 MACKEREL.
5 bbls. " "
For sale LOW for CASH by
Feb 14 8_KENNETH* GIBSON.
SHOV&S & SblS*
?\f \ DOZ. COLLINS' AXES.
??\J 10 doz. AMES' LONG HANDLE
5 doz. AMES' SPADES.
.10 " Thomas' Long Handle Shovels.
5 '; " Spades. For sale at
greatlv REDUCED PRICES by
Feb'l-t 3 KENNETH A GIBSON.
CURRANTS, RAISINS, &C.
(T/\ QUARTER boxes LAYER RAISINS.
tjVJ 25 wholo " " "
100 lbs. fresh CURRANTS.
50 drums FIGS.
50,000 SEGARS, assorted brands. For
salo LOW by KENNETH ?.V GIBSON.
Feb 14 _3_
f^a 50 Gent's RIDING SADDLES,
gfifflft 25 WAGON SADDLES.
"^^^ 50 BLIND BRIDLES.
100 BRIDLES, of different qualities. For
sale by KENNETH & GIBSON.
Fob 14_.? 3
Gen. Sup'ts Office, C. & S. C. E. R.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., FEBRUARY 12, 186G.
THIS Road is now completed to Ridgo
way, and Passenger and Freight Trains
running as below:
Leave Charlotte (on'arrival of the
North Carolina train) at.10.00 p. m.
Arrive at Ridgeway at.6.00 "
Leavo Ridgeway at.5.45 a.m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.2.50 p.m.
Feb-i JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Headquarters 1st Sub-District,
DISTRICT WESTERN S. C.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., February 13,18GG.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 1.
ALL citizens, white and colored, in this
Sub-District, comprising tho separate
Districts of FAIRFIELD, NEWBERRY, EDOE
KIELD, LEXINOTON and RICHLAND, are here?
by strictly prohibited from carrying firo
i arms or deadly weapons of an}' kind, openly
or concealed, upon their persons.
Any persons violating tuis order will sub?
ject themselves to punishment by either
lino or imprisonment, or both, losing their
claims to the woapons thus carried in de?
fiance of orders and law.
United States soldiers will bc governed
by tho same order, except when in tho dis?
charge of their duty.
Officers of this command and soldiers on
duty are hereby authorized and instructed
to arrest and disarm any parties discovered
violating this order. By order of
LIEUT. COL. NAT. HAUGHTON.
GEO. W. IDEN, Lieut, and A. A. A. G.
Feb 14 3
G. H. Baldwin,
HAVING just returned from tho princi?
pal marketa of the country, ia now
receiving a varied stock of
Staple and Fancy, suitable for a first-class
trade, which he offers by thc package or at
A part of which is as follows, viz:
30 bags Government Java, Maracaibo
and old Rio COFFEES.
10 packages Green and Black TEAS.
25 bbl8. Crushed, Powdered, A and C
3 hhds. and 6 boxes medium and low
priced Brown SUGARS.
10 tierces pure LEAF LARD.
5 firkins Orango County BUTTER.
50 bbls. and half bbls. Family FLOUR.
Bbls. self-raising FLOUR-"Hocker's."
Bacon Hams, Strips, Sides, Shoulders.
Eating and Plant'g Potatoes-fir3t-class.
Choice Cheese, Smoked Salmoli.
Mackerel, in bbls., hah! bbls. and kitts.
Cider and Wino Vinegar-choice.
Buckets, Brooms, Blacking and Brushes.
. Kent's EAST INDIA COFFEE-a primo
article, composed of Java Coffee and Chi?
cory; 30c. per pound.
Gcrkins and Mixed Tickles.
Tomato Catsup, Bloated Herring.
Canned Cranberries, Peaches, Tomatoes.
Canned Salmon. Lobster.
Cox's Shred and Sheet Gelatine.
Extracts Lemon, Vanilla, Rose, &c.
Macoaroni, Citron, Capers.
Yeast Powders, Almonds, Pecan Nuts.
Layer and M. R. Raisins.
Sardines, real Olive OU, Fancy Soans.
Cream Tartar, Sal. Soda.
Real English Ale and Porter.
With numerous other goods usually found
in a family supply store, at the corner of
Main and'Washington streets.
BBLS. Sperm, Ncatsfoot, Train, Banks.
Bbls. best Kerosene. *
25 boxes Sperm and Adamantine CAN?
Casca Concentrated Lye, Potash, Chalk.
For sale at reduced prices bv
C. H. BALDWIN,
Feb 14 t3 Old stand of Allen & Dial.
ANOTHER small lot just received at
MCKENZIE'S Confectionary, Plain
ICAN give employment to eight or ten
good lour or six-horse Teams.
Feb i3 2_JAMES G. GIBBES.
Residence and Furniture for
Sale or Rent.
MI WISH to SELL or RENT my
RESIDENCE, on Lumber street, con?
taining seven rooms-five upright
and two attic-all in order and completely
FURNISHED, (lately occupied by Dr.
Huot, ) on the North side of the street, be?
tween the Marion Street Church and the
Asvlum. Prefer a bu ver. Applv earlv, at
tho premises. "HENRY VYILLlS.
ASMALL INVOICE of GAS FIXTURES,
consisting of one and two light Pen?
dants, ono, two and three Swing Brackets,
Reading Lights, new style Shades, Burn?
Orders taken for CHANDELIERS at Phi?
ladelphia prices. _\V. B. STANLEY.
ALARGE lot of the Celebrated Flexible
Coronation Spring SKIRTS, which for
durability, flexibility, elasticity and ele?
gance take thc precedence of all others in
thc markets. Also, Bradlev's Far-Famed
ll) and 50 Spring PRIDE OF THE SOUTH.
For sale bv FISHER .t LOWRANCE.
STRAYED OR STOLEN,
FROM my plantation, in Fairfield
District, two MULES-one a large
_^sorrel horse mule, badly rubbed by
harness: tho other a large bay maro mule.
A suitable reward will be paid for their re?
turn. JACOB BOOKMAN.
Feb ll_' _y_
COB3ST A?TO HAY. ~
1/\r\/\ BUSHELS CORN expected j
. V/WV/ daily, which will bc sold low,,
to arrive. ALSO,
A few bales choice EASTERN HAY, in
store. For sale by A. R. PHILLIPS,
Feb ll Davis' Alley.
TO CONT RA CT OR ST
ON and after SATURDAY, the 17th inst.,
tenders will be received at our Ofiico
for the erection of tho
NEW mmtx omets.
On Richardson street. Bids must bc
scaled. They will be opened on tho Sa?
turday following, but the Proprietor does
not 'obligate himself to accept the lowest
or any tender.
KAY, VEAL & HEWETSON,
Feb 10 Architects and Engineers.
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, ETC.,
THE undersigned beg leave to inform
their friends and customers that they
have greatly enlarged their establishment,
and are prepared to deliver, to all orders
left at their store, a superior article of
BREAD. They also have a wagon by which
they can deli vor HOT BREAD twico a day
to persons living in distant parts of the
city. Store-keepers and boarding-houses
I will do well to give us a call.
Feb 8 SHOD AIR A STIEGLITZ.
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &c.
AGENERAL assortmeut of the above,
together with afullstock of BRUSHES
of every variety. In store and for sale
cheap for cash by DIAL ? POPE.
By Darbee & Walter.
WE will sell, at our mart, THIS (Wednes?
day) MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
A lot of FURNITURE, consisting of
Marble-top Tables and Washstands, Bed?
steads, Presses, Bureaus, Tables, Chairs,
Crockery, Glassware, Cooking Stoves and
Utensils, Sec., Sus.
Flannels, Clothing, Whiskey, Groceries,
Ac. Also MULES._Feb 14 2
Dry Goods, Crockery, dbe.
BY JAMES <h GIBBES.
C. F. HARRISON', AUCTIONEER,
ON THURSDAY MORNING next, 15th
inst., at 10* o'clock, I will Bell, in front of
my store, tho following articles:
Piucos Longcloth and Calicoes.
Undershirts, Socks, Gloves.
Tooth, Hair and Sharing Brashes.
Playing Cards, Portfolios, Ac.
A lot of Crockery and Glassware.
Sogars, Blacking, Rope, Sic.
A light Four-horse Wagon.
t&- Unl'nited articles received until 10
o'clock on morning of Bale. Feb 13
BY JAMES G. GIBBES.
C. F. HARRISON, AUCTIONEER.
ON THURSDAY MORNING next, the 15th
inst., at ll o'clock, I will sell, in front of
One desirable LOT, situated on Assem?
bly street, between Lady and Gervais,
fronting 70 feet on Assembly street and
running back 210 feet. On this lot there is
a store 16J feet front by 35 feet deep.
That desirable BUILDING LOT, con?
taining one acre, situated on the South?
east corner of Lady and Gates streets.
N. B.-Either of the above lots can be
treated for previous to the day of sale.
Ixirge and Attractive Sole of $30,000 worth
of Clothing, Dry Goods, Genfs Furnish?
ing Goods, Hosiery, &c.-the owner desir?
ing to change his business.
By JOHN G. MLLN0E. & CO.
ON TUESDAY, 20th February, commencing
at 10 o'clock, we will sell, by catalogue,
at tho store of D. Jacobs, 297 King street,
Charleston, S. C.,
The entire STOCK in said store, consist?
ing in part of :
Fine Broadcloth Coats, Pants and Vests.
Great Coats, Business Suits.
Fancy Vests, Furnishing Goods, Hosiery.
All of tho above in largo variety and new
styles, having been butrecently purchased.
A large and extensive assortment of DRY
GOODS, consisting of new and desirable
goods, worthy the attention of the city and
Further particulars in future advertise?
CONDITIONS.-All sums under $300, cash:
over that amount, 60 days, for approved
endorsed notes, with interest.
N. B.-Unlimited goods for this sale will
be received up to the 17th inst. Feb 14 2
FLOUR, BACON, ETC.
6)1 4 BBLS. CHOICE FAMILY AND
?lAk SUPER. FLOUR, at Charleston
prices, freight added.
20,000 lbs. choice old BACON SHOUL?
DERS, at 16 and 18c.
30,000 SEGARS-low-priced and good.
With various other articles of prime qua?
lities and low prices. Por sale by
Feb 4 Imo?_E. STENHOU8E.
(is happy to in- i
form his old cus
if r i e n ds that, I
'.Phoenix"-like, his store has risen ont of
smouldering ashes into a substantial brick
building of goodly proportions, in which
parties wanting storage can be accommo?
dated. All description of goods received
for sale on consignment; and where he will
keep as good an assortment of GROCE?
RIES as can bo found anywhere, and for
sale, as usual, at the lowest prices, at
wholesale and retail. E. STENHOUSE.
m CORDS^ OAK BABK ! !
PARTIES having BARK for sale, will
please address the undcrsigded at this
place, stating price, number of cords, and 1
at what Depot or Turn-out (on any Rail?
road ninnie.;1' to Columbia) it can be deli?
vered, and.at what time.
Feb 1 w5?_Colombia, S. C.
HAVING a large STORE and WARE?
HOUSE convenient to the South
Carolina, Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road Depots, I am prepared to receive and
forward, store or sell, on commission,
COTTON, COUNTRY PRODUCE and
MERCHANDIZE generally. Anything
consigned to my care, with instructions, '
will receive nw own personal and prompt
attention. J. L. LUMSDEN,
Corner Lady and Assembly streets.
Jan 14 t Near Post Office, Columbia.
BUSINESS requiring me to be absent
from this city and State for some time
to come, I hereby give notice that during
such absence and until notico to the con?
trary I have appointed LEVIN Sc PEIX
OT?O my attorneys in fact.
' Jan 26 tlma_ MOSES LILIENTHAL.
MELL, BOYLE fi CO.,
FOR WABBING & COMMISSION
- COLUMBIA, S. C.
E.W. Ml KELL. WM. A. BO?LE. JAS. L. SMITH.
Jan 18 ilmo
SPECIAL attention paid to purchase and
sale of PLANTATIONS, FARMS,
DWELLINGS and REAL ESTATE of every
description in South Carolina and the
Southern States. Office-Court House
Square, Columbia, S. C._Fob 3
CT CT. BOYCE,
;Late of South Carolina,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL PBACT?CI IN THE
Supreme Court and Court of Claims.
Office No. 252 F St.. bet. \3lh and 14th Sis.,
Dec 27 WASHINGTON. D. C. tufCmo