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WASHINGTON, February 17.- Sherman's
substitute was passed at half-past fi o'clock,
tliia morning-20 to 10. This is substan?
tially Blaine's amendment-which is ae
SEC. 5. And be il further enacted, That
when thc constitutional amendment pro?
posed as article fourteen by the Thirty
Ninth ('(ingress shall have become a pari
of the Constitution of the United States,
by the ratification of three-fourths of thc
States now represented in Congress, ant
when any one of the late so-called Confede?
rate States shall have given its assent te
the same and conformed its constitutioi
and laws thereto in all respects, and whet
it shall have provided by its constitutioi
that thc elective franchise shall be onjoyct
equally and impartially by all male ?iii
zens of the United States, twenty-on?
years old and upwards, without regard t<
race, color or previous condition of servi
tudc, except such as may be disfranchised
for participating in the ?ate rebellion, am
when said constitution shall havo beei
submitted to the voters of said State, a:
thus defined, for ratification or rejection
and when the constitution, if ratified b;
.thc popular vote, shall have been submit
ted to Congress for examination ami ap
proval, said State shall, if its constitutioi
oe approved by Congress, be declared en
titled to representation in Congress, am
Senators and Representatives shall be ad
nutted therefrom on their taking the oatl
prescribed by law, and then and thereafte
thc preceding sections of this bill shall b
inoperative in said State.
lt is prefaced by a preamble providini
for tlu; division of tho latelv seceded State
into Military Districts similar to those pre
posed in Stevens' bill, but gives thc ap
pointmeut of tho officers who arc to coi:
trol them to the President instead of t
thc General commanding, lt further ri
quires that all death senteuccs shall b
approved by the President before they ca
be executed; that the writ o? habeas coi
:>;'.<! shall not. be suspended, and that n
inter! renee'by the military with the Stat
government shall occur.
The bill will meet with serious oppos
tion in tho House. Se veral Republican;
including Brand agc 0 and Stevens, arc r<
ported to bc indignant at its proposal t
give to thc President the right of appoin
lng the officers, approving sentences <
death, as also its permission to the Fed;
ral Courts to grant petitions fortheAci&e(
The friends of tho measure appr?hende
a veto, and it is feared that the bolte
will defeat it altogether. Three Senator
Messrs Sanlsbury, Buckalow and Davi
voted nay, for reasons which they spec
Mr. Davis moved to amend thc bill so
to make all punishments for crimes punis
able as tinder existing laws, but them
tion was lost by a vote of S to 2'.).
WASHINGTON, F'ebruary 18.-Wentwortl
Corruption Committee creates more anim
ment than apprehension-, developments |
to show that two enterprising newspap
men engineered thc thing. The prima
object is a big item. Congressmen were a
proached and encouraged to visit the Pi
eident, to whom the President's vie
?cerned moderate, and showed intcn
anxiety to harmonize the country, a
nothing moro. The interviews were"soc
and free, officially binding neither par
Tho President is represented as ufctei
opposed to Congressional interference w:
In tho Senate, Sumner presented a n
morial of thc Pennsylvania Peace Socio
urging tho establishment of an interj
tional tribunal, to which the national t
?erences should bo referred.
The bill extending the time for arpea]
a writ of error, from th? excluded Stat
Sumner made an ineffectual effort to ?'
inter Elliott's bill, when, after ar. execut
session, the Senate took a re ?? Js.
In the House, a Joint resolution of
Utah Legislature was presented, pray
tho repeal of the territorial law punish
polygamy. The bill calling for suffra
regardless of sect, was tabled,, after
hours' debate. Tin- resolution that
President be only empowered to pan
after conviction and that pardons herc
foro granted are null, was referred to
Judiciary Committee. The District Ci
mittee were instructed to report a bili \
hibiting the sale of liquor in the Disti
A motj' n contemplating the withdraws
natiovy^gnk currency was tabled.
She'-ijP'.-. substitute was eonsidei
Stevens moved to non-concur, and as
for a Committee of Conference. Bout
spoke in opposition to Sherman's sui
tute, and complained that the bill 'fi
moro power to tho President and funct;
of reconstruction to the rebels. We on
to remove from tho reconstruction h
ness in South Carolina .'ho Orrs, Piel
and Magraths. The bill leaves the v
open to any one who may choose to
gage in it. We trust rebels with the v
of reconstruction, of which wo are af
Stokes opposed it, because he saw :
universal amnesty and universal snffr
He did not understand language if il
not enfranchise every rebel in the So
Ho preferred tho defeat of the conj
sional reconstruction measures to
Stevens took the ground that thc
usurped tho power of a future Cong
and afterwards ventilated his usual bi
ness against tho President and thc So
Blaine favored tho bill, contending
it gav? no more rights than Congress
Bingham mado a bitter hit at Ste
showing there was not a single featu
tho bill which was not at ono time or <
favored by the Reconstruction Con
Schenck, of Ohio, favored the bill a
only thing possible. After further i
ment, Blaine demanded the previous -
tion, which was seconded-tho vote i
S to ?i. A motion that the whole sn
bo tabled, was negatived-40 to 118.
House then took a recess.
WASHINGTON, February 18 -7 P. M.
sitcamer Swatara is laying off tho v
Prison quarters have been prepare
Surratt, and bc will be brought a
during thc night.
Texas attorneys have commenced
oeedings in tho Supreme Court a;
White, Chiles, Vanderberg and othei
$100,000 worth of Texas indemnity 1
obtained on unfilled and alleged un
contracts during the rebellion. Thc
rotary of tho Treasury has been ni
of the proceedings and payment c
bonds stopped, pending thc suit, by
of the court. The case involves a ni
. PORTLAND, MK., February 18.-A
despatch reports the loss of the ship
son, of Kennebunk port, with all I
except the eaptain, second mate,
ard and four seamen. The captain'
and child were lost.
LIVERPOOL, February IS--Noon
Hecla reports see ing tho ship Un
Liverpool on tho 22d of January.
LONDON, February 15.-Our news i
gre; it is suppressed by the Govori
A large party of Fenians is surroun
Toomiewood; their escapo is doubtful; 800
are still in tho hills near Killarney. The
uprising thus far is confined to Kerrv and
Cork Counties: its spread is improbable.
Affairs at Crote aru unchanged.
LONDON, February 16. -Kerry County.
Ireland, bas been proclaimed in "a state of
siege. O'Connor and Stephens aro said to
bo identical. 'Twenty Americans aro acting
with thc Fenians.
Sr. PETERSBURG, February 16.-The Czar
will protect the Christians, if tho Turks
refuse chem equity.
LONDON, February 18-Noon.-Ireland ie
perfectly tranquil. A small number of
rebels have concentrated in the woods, en?
deavoring to make their way to the coast,
and the national troops aro so disposed
that their escape is thought impossible.
Troops have been sent to Malahaide. with
thc hope id' over-hauling Stephens, who is
reported in that neighborhood.
COMSuSilCSAij A N l> FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK, February IS.-Flour 10@15c.
lower. Wheat dull, and nominally lower.
Corn dull, and prices in buyers' favor.
Gold 341- opened at 86$. Pork dull and
heavy-new mess $20.624; old $19.024.
Lard dull -barrels 11@12|. Cotton dull,
at 33 for middling uplands.
7 I*. M.-Gold weaker-closes at 304.
Cotton du!! and unchanged, with sales of
500 bales, at 33. Rice quiet-Carolina 10@
104. Sugar active-has an upward ten?
dency, with sales of 3,000 hogsheads; Mus?
covado 10@10 (. Coffee firm. Naval stores
BALTIMORE, February 18.-Cotton quiet:
middling uplands 314. Coffee and smrar
linn. Spring wheat flour declined 25@50c.
for common; Howard street brands have
also decline!. Wheat firm. Corn dull and
declining, being scarce white 93?96: yel?
low 92@06; the market in favor of buyers.
Bulk meats active, for Southern wants.
Mess pork ??21.50?21.75.
NEW OUI.KANS, February ls.-Sales of
cotton, to-day, lo,ooo bales." Receipts 835
bales; low middlings 30?; middlings 314.
Sugar 134. Tobacco-medium leaf 7?9.
Gold 364." Sterling I V.. New York sight 4
MOBILE, February ls. Cotton quiet, with
sail's of 750 bales middling 304. lieccipts
of tho two days 1,702 bahs.
CHARLESTON, February 18.-Cotton inac?
tive and unchanged.
CINCINNATI, February 18.-Flour is un?
changed. Wheat -No* 1 spring $2.45; win?
ter $2 '.IO. Corn, m sacks, 75. Oats 51?.
Whiskey 25, in bond. Cotton dull, at 29?
29J-holders asking 30. Bacon- -shoulders
04; sides 10|?11; chsar sides 12J@12$.
Lard 12}. Sugar ll4(ti. 1 li. Coffee 234.
LIVERPOOL, February if;-Noon.-Cotton
opens dull and lower," with sales of 8,000
bales-middling uplands Md.; Orleans
The Manchester market-is tending down.
Breadstufts are quiet.
LIVERPOOL, February 18-Noon.-Cotton
market opens quiet and steady to-day, with
sales of 7,000 bales-middling uplands 14d.
LONDON, February IS-Noon.-Consols
91. Fjjre-twenties 73.J.
Colieiioiu Wholesale JPriccn Current.
BY FISHER <? LOWRANCE.
APPLES Per bushel.$1 75
BAGGING-Gunny, per vard. 32
Bundee " . 33
BALE ROPE -Manilla, per lb. 25
N. Y. or West, pr lb. . 20
BACON-Hams, per lb. 20
Sides " .lGf?;17
Shoulders, " .15@16
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Countrv, " . 35
BRICKS -Per 1,000 . 7 00
COTTON YARN - Per bunch.
COTTON-Ordinarv, per lb.
Middling, " . 32
CANDLES -Sperm, per lb.40?50
Adamantine, " .
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE- -Rio, per lb.20?30
? Laguayra, " . 40
Java, ' " .45?50
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lb... 25
Skimmed, * "... 20
CORN-Per bushel. 1 75?1 S5
FLOUR-Super., per bbl. 12 00
Extra Family. 18 00
HAY Northern, per cwt. 2 00
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES-Dry, per lb. 15
Green, " . 8
INDIGO -Carolina. 1 25
LARD-Per lb. 18
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-Per bbl. 3 00
MOLASSES -Cuba, per gallon.f>0?7()
New Orleans, " 1 10@1 25
Sugar House. " ... . 1 25
NAILS -Per keg.7 D0@8 00
ONIONS -Per bushel. 1 0?
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon.90?1 00
Tercbene, " .
Sperm, " . 2 25
PEAS-Per bushel.1 75^2 00
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 2 25
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE -Carolina, per bushel.
East India, " .
SPECIE -Gold.'. 1 37
Silver. 1 30
SALT-Liverpool, per sack . 3 35
Table, " . 5 00
SUGAR -Crushed, per lb.19
Powdered, " . 20
Brown. " .124@17
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. 6 00
Cognac Brandv, " . 9 00
Domestic " " - 3 00
Holland Gin, " . 8 00
American " " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum,. " . 6 00
N. E. " " . 3 50 I
Bourbon Whiskey, . 3 00
Monongahela " . 5 00
Rectified " . 3 00 1
STARCH-Per lb. 15
TEA-Green, per lb.1 50?2 25
Black, " .1 50?2 00
TOBACCO -Chewing, per lb.30 @ 100
Smoking, " .50 ? 75
VINEGAR - Wine, per gallon. 75
Cider, " . 75
French, " . 1 50
WINE -Champagne, per basket.25?35 00
Port, per gallon. 4 50
Sherry, . " . 5 00
Madeira, " . 5 00
MEATS-Pork, per lb. 15
Mutton, " . 124
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair. 3 00
Ducks, u . 1 00
Chickens, " . 75
Gceso. " . 1 25
PORT OF CHARLESTON. FEB. 18. ~~
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore.
Prussian brig Paulet Mario, Bordeaux.
Steamship Emily B. Souder, New York.
British bark Tecumseh, Liverpool.
Norwegian bark Gladstone, Liverpool.
WENT TO SEA YESTERDAY.
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York.
Spanish brig Elvira, Palma, Majorca.
Brig Anna D. Torrey, Haskell, Boston.
Sehr. Eliza Frances, Sawyor, Baltimore.
Sehr. Paragon, Shute, dorsey City.
Sehr. Grape Shot, Bolinean, Baracoa.
Sehr. J. Dailey, Wall, Beltimore.
FOREIGN IMMIGRATION TO TENNES?
SEE.-Tho papers state that 100,000
acres of laud, mainly lying in Mor?
gan County, Tennessee, on tho line
of tho projected Tennessee and Pa?
cific Railroad, havo been purchased
for tho purposo of settling immi?
grants from foreign countries. 100
German families, composed of young
persons belonging to the boiter class?
es of society, each bringing to the
United States an average of $600 hi
gold, are now on their way to Ten?
nessee, and have contracted for a
portion of the land above referred to.
Texas-ward tho star of en ' ikes
its way. A gentleman recer re?
turned to the Lone Star State ? ? . the
East says all along the route, .rom
Alexandria, Virginia, to Galveston,
the cry was "Texas, Ho!" among the
passengers. Some were bound for
Eastern Texas, for the purpose of
cultivating sugar and cotton; some
fe Northern Texas, for the purpose
ot cultivating the cereal grains; and
some for Southern Texas, for thc
purpose of engaging in pastoral pur?
suits, suchas raising horses, ea!tie
NEGRO CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS.- -
The Knoxville Commercial, of the
6th inst., says:
"There seems to be a strong dis?
position on the part of some of the
Leading colored citizens to place a
candidato on the track for Congress
in this District. We do not like the
color of the move. But they have a
perfect right to do so and they can
poll a strong vote in this District,
and if they choose to malee the issue
they certainly will bc protected in
Radicalism is already beginning tc
sneer at Mr. Peabody's recent muni?
ficent gift for educational purposes ir
the South. His failure to specify in
a particular manner the beloved
freedmen is not at all satisfactory
Last week, the Inquirer, of Philadel
phia, opened its batteries, by attack
ing that portion of the gift which in
eludes the bonds of the Planlers
Bank, of Mississippi, and coolly as
serted that "the ruling population o
the South it? not honest."
COTTON STORES? IN NEW Yo RIC. -
Thfe Journal of Commerce says th
risk and expense of storing cotton ii
New York is diverting the trade fror
that city. Tho rate of insurance n
New York is three per cent. ; at Bo?
ton it is less than one per cen I
Fraud is suspected in many ir
stances of the destruction of cotton b
fire in New York. That large amount
of cotton are stolen from the bah
there, is a fact too well known to I
THE ROME PRISONERS.-The fi\
gentlemen from Rome, who for th rt
weeks past have occupied quarters i
the Federal barracks, near Atlant
were released on Wednesday las
The order setting them at liber!
emanated from the headquarters <
General Thomas, at Louisville, ar
was unconditional. No bond <
parole, was required, and no invest
gation had as to the merits or demeri
of the case. They were simply set
liberty, and there the matter w
The Athens WalcJiman states th
the small "nig" who gave the info
tnation about tho "whipping m
chine" at the "missionary" scho(
his pater, and the colored lady wi
boards him, all "walked his log
"Telling tales out of school" is
crime and must be punished. "Lc
alty" must be encouraged; "Reb<
must take back seats," and not km
what is going on within the sacr
TEXAS.-The bureau agents ha
so educated the freedmen in Tex;
that they will neither work, or
anything but gather about the tow
and cities in idleness. And wh
thc vagrant law; are enforced agaii
tho nuisance t.iey have thus be
instrumental in creating, said agei
immediately raise a howl o1
"cruelties to the poor negro" and
the radical papers with misrepresi
tation and exaggerations thereon.
MI LES.-The Chattanooga Uni
of Thursday, says: Two droves
males passed through here y estere
on their way to thc South. Dur:
the past two months upwards
three thousand mules, mostly fr
Kentucky, have passed through
city on their way to Georgia. T
large surplus of stock through Ge
gia is one cause for the extraordin
briskness of our corn trade this v
THE PLANTER.-The Charles
News states that Capt. Ferguson
again come into possession (throi
I purchase from the Government
Iiis old and favorite river boat,
Planter-which, it will be rememl
ed, was run out of Charleston, c
ing tho war, hy her colored crew,
afterwards assisted in the blockad
Tlie Executive Mansion lias I
thoroughly renovated, at a cosi
nearly $40,000. The East room,
blue, green, and red rooms 1
been furnished with new carpets
curtains, all specially imported f
Europe. The furniture, which
become shabby from constant, w
has been re-upholstered, and ev
thing made to look like new.
The Bueua Vista Paper Milk
Greenville District, operated
Messrs. S. W. Brown & Co., wa.?
stroyed by firo Monday afton:
last. The loss is not very heav^
hut little damage was done tho
I chinery or water-wheel.
A great many people are said to bi
planting the Chinese sugar cane ii
Texas this year. One gentlemai
living a few miles from ?San Antoni:
planted half an acre with it last year
and made from its yield thirty gal
lons of molasses, which ho sold a
a dollar a gallon, and 400 gallons o
vinegar, from which he realized fift;
cents a gallon. He also secured froii
thc half acre in question over a toi
of good fodder, and many bushels o
seed, valuable for feeding stock.
The New York Times stades that ?
single firm in New York has pro
doced, for this year's trade in valen
tines, au aggregate of over two am
a half million valentines, ranging ii
price from three cents to ono hun
dred dollars, and the total value o
which, as sold at retail, is moro thai
three hundred thousand dollars
This is the production of a singh
"Western farmers begin to bc dis
gusted with hearing that the Nct>
England mills aro paying large divi
dentis, while they are compelled tc
sell their corn at ten cents per bushe
or uso it for fuel. This is one of thc
results of the war-which was cm
phatically a New England measure,
The West did most of the fighting
while the East pocketed the profits.
HOIJDEN REJOICES.-Day is break
ing! The long night of treason, witl:
its shadow of death, its sorrow anti
sufiering, will soon be overpast! Thc
lamentations of the loyal will be heard
no more hi all the land! Day is break
tug! Jubilate Deo!-Raleigh Stand
ard, on the Elliott bill.
The Washington correspondent ol
tho Baltimore Sun writes: '"It is ru?
mored that Dr. Hall,of tlie Epipha?
ny Church-Episcopid, of this city
will soon accept the Bishoi^ric of thc
State of Georgia."
Thc gross receipts of the cfmceri
for the Soldiers' Hospital Associa
tion, in Mobile, on thc night of thc
10th inst., amounted to 82,320, and
the net proceeds to 81,609.50.
Twenty thousand of the Sultan's
troops are said to have perished al?
ready in the Cand?an war, and yet
Candia is as far as ever from beiug
There was, yesterday, in Washing
ton, a delicate rumor touching thc
family prospects of the State crimi
hal at Fortress Monroe.
[Alexandria Journal, Radical.
COME TO GRIEF.-The gift enter
prise scheme of G. Miller & Co.
Toledo, Ohio, has come to grief, ant
some of the r>arties have been arrested
Gen. Sheridan has testified before
a committee of the House that mili
tary protection for freedmen is stil
necessary at the South.
The largest county in Texas-Pre
sidio-is equal in area to four sucl
States as Massachusetts.
The work of rebuilding the Cam
den Railroad was commenced on thc
The Roper Hospital, Charleston
has again been re-opened.
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A.\F.\ M."
A A Regular Communication of thii
?.f^Lodge will bc bold THIS (Tues
/^/\dayj EVENING, at 7 o'clock, a
Palmetto Lodge Hall.
The M. M. Degree will be conferred.
By order of the W. SI.
F. h lil ISAAC SULZRACIIER. Sec'y.
To Builders and Iron Founders.
rpi HE COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC
X BUILDINGS are desirous of receiving
tenders for the erection of a now JAIL, t<
be built in the city of Columbia. Plani
and specifications can be .semi and al
other information (ditaineil at tho ofhee o
the Architects, Messrs. Kay & Hewetson
on and after Monday, 25th instant.
Tenders must be enclosed, nader seal
to the Architects, on or before 12 M., Tues
day, April 2, 1S?7.
Tho Commissioners do not bind them
selves to accept the lowest or any tender.
D. P.. MILLEU,
Sec. Com. Public Buildings lt. D.
COTTON UM FOR SALE.
APPLY to FISHER A LOWRANCE, Co
lumbia, or to the Carroll Cotton Mills
Greenville. Terms cash on delivery.
Feb 15_ Imo
RECEIVED per Steamers "Carrol/
"Sea-Gull" and "Lula:"
3,000 bus's prime White Marvland COR>T
50 bbls. HUSH [Seed] POTATOES.
500 bushels BItAN.
Feb 15 BROWNE A SCHIRMER.
PER Schooner Carpenter:
2,000 bushels prime WHITE and YEL
100 bbls. EXTRA and SUPER. F AMIL"!
FLOUR. For sale low by
Feb 15_BROWNE & SCHIRMER.
Real Meerschaum Pipes,
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH.
JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Choice Family Flour*
FIFTY bbls. MOLSON MILLS FLOUR
thebest arlie ein the market. Just re
ceived and for sale bv
Feb 0 .1. V T. R. AGNEW.
CCAROLINA and RANGOON, at very kn
. ' prices, by FISHER & LOWRANCE.
ONE HUNDRED paehages Nos. 1 and:
MACKEREL, in kits, quarter, hal
and whole barrels, of warranted qualit?
and weight. E. A G. D. HOPE.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK
AND CHARLESTON, in sums to nuit
purchasers, at .) premium.
Cash advanced on consignments of Cot?
ton and other produce.
Gold and Silver Coin, Rank Bills, Stocks,
Bonds, Coupons and Exchange bought and
sold hv EDWIN J. SCOTT,
V,.), IO r" ti... i>..,.v- I>.,;I/I;"~
* - *.* -.- >. ???????h.
Notice to Water Tenants.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COIATMIIIA, February 18, 1807.
ANY person or persons using tho city
water, who shall allow a waste of
water in their premises, or of the pipes
leading thereto from the main pipe, for
twenty-four hours after tho leak has been
discovered, shall bc Bubject to the fines
imposed by the Ordinance regulating the
same. Water tenants are authorized to
have the work doini by any comp?tent
workman, other than.th'e Superintendent
of the Water Works; his duties at the
works requiring all of his attention.
By order (d' the Citv Council.
Feb 10 C City Clerk.
Dissolution ci' Copartnership.
THE copartnership heretofore existing
between Mfesstts. LEVIN & PEIXOT
TO was dissolved rm the 15th inst., by
Thc business will be continued bv Mit.
JACOli LEVIN, 'in his own account, to
whom all denni inls against the concern
will be presented for payment, and those
indebted make pavment to him.
.I At ?OB LEVIN.
February 19, 1807. 1.'. C. PEIXOTTO.
THE SUBSCRIBER returns his grateful
acknowledgments to ins friends and
citizens of Conimbia ami Charleston for
the liberal encourager^ extended to the
late firm of LEVIN .V PEIXOTTO; and, as
he will continue the Anet ion and Commis?
sion Business on Ins own ac :ount, hopes to
merit a continuance of a share of their
former encourn gemcnt.
Auction ami Cum. Merchant,
Corner Asscmblv amt Plain streets.
Feb 111 2
F Ali. MER WANTED.
"yr"""ANTED, a respectable white person,
VY to take charge of a farm near the
city, with dwelling and every necessary
accommod?t ion thereon. To ono who can
furnish satisfactory references, a liberal
offer will he made. Apple at this ofliee.
Feb l l
MY ROOKS will lie opt ned for receiving
RETURNS and the pavment of
TAXES on TUESDAY next, tho 19th of
February, at the office, in the city of Co
. lumbia, on the corner of Lull and Richland
, streets. Office hours from 8 o'clock a. m.
to 2 p. m. All male citizens, from 21 to 50
years of age, are to pay a capitation tax.
THOS. ll. WADE, T. C. R. D.
_Feb 14 *6_
- " NOTICE.
i A LL persons having demands against
I j\_ the estate of the late JOHN D. HOP?
KINS will present them properly attested;
and tboee indebted will make payment to
? me, at Hopkins' Turn-Out.
PAUL G. CHAPPELL, Adm'r.
1 Feb 12_ _tu4
To all whom it may Concern.
IRESPECTFULLY ask of all persons
indebted to mo by book account or
notes, to call and adjust the same without
delay, and save cost.
- _ Feb 10 10* T. W. RADCLIFFE^
5 "GET THE BEST!*'
ill? If FW
A T MANUFACTURER'S PRICES, at the
?\. COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE, near
Greenville and Charleston Railroad Depots,
Columbia, S. C.
A. lt. COLTON, Proprietor.
*3~ Parties wishing the UNIVERSAL
COTTON GINS and' CONDENSERS for
next season, will do well to send in their
orders at once, to avoid delay.
Feb 14 Imo
f-o THE undersigned has
Vy^i on hand and is constanCcC^S0"^*?23
<&. ^receiving the LATEST STYLES OF
GUODS in his line, to which he invites the
attention of purchasers. tt?L.Give him a
Just received, a splendid assortment of
Dawson, Warien A Hyde's TIP-TOP
A' E P A I RI N G ,
In all its branches, promptly attended to.
Feb 2 At J. Sulzbacher A Co.'s.
ALL persons having demands against
JOHN BATES, deceased, will hand
them in, legally attested; and all persons
indebted to tho estato will mako payment
to tho Executors, at Gadsden P. ?., cr
Kingsville, Richland District, by Express.
JOHN S. BATES,
Jan 15 tn 13 Executors.
MACKEREL, SCALED Il?RB?SGS
SR ACHERS !
1 Cid BOXES SCALED HERRINGS.
JLUU 10 half bbls. No. 1 MACKEREL.
10 half bbls. No. 2 MACKEREL.
10 '? " No. 3
20 boxes Lemon ORACKF.IiS.
20 " Sugar "
20 " Ovster
20 " Soda
5 hnds. Clear LACON SIDES, at reduced
5 hhds. Bacon Shoulders.
Just received and in store, and for sale
at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES by
A. h. SOLOMON,
Second door from thc Shiver House,
Nov 22 On Plain street.
HOES AND CHAIJNS.
At Hu' Sign of l'a' Golden Pad-Lock.
ONE HUNDRED doz. HOES, assorted
qualities and sizes.
500 pairH TRACE CHAINS. a?sorted
Li store and for sale CHEAP for CASH by
Jan 24 J01?N C. DIAL.
Thc City of Columbia V3. Estate J. J Kin
Bler. Executionfor City Tn jes. $2,105.54.
BY virtue of the above writ of tieri furias
to mo directed, ] will eel!, before thc
Court House va Columbia, within thc legal
hours, on the first MONDAY and TUES?
DAY in March next,
The following REAL ESTATE, to wit:
One lot of hand, in tho city of'columbia,
situated and fronting on Richardson street
~>? feet, more or less, and running back to
Assembly street 41" feet \ inches; together
with the Bricks and Out-buildings there?
on; bounded South by the old Branch
Dank lot, formerly owned by tho Rev. Dr.
Adgcr, West by Assembly streit. North by
lot of l>r. Frederick Marks and East by
A lot of Land, in Richland District, con?
taining two acres, more or less, bounded
Smith by .lames Tarrar, West by the road
leading to Rm cher Town, North by lands
formerly owned by R. N. Lewis and Dr. A.
W. Kennedy, and Bast by Janies M. Craw?
ford. Levied on as the property of John
J. Kinslcr, deceased, at the suit of tho
City ot' Columbia vs. John J. Kinslcr, de?
ceased. Terms cash.
A One-story Framed Building, 20 by -KV
feit, fronting on Washington stieet, occu?
pied by F. Stavcnhagen as a dry goods and
shoe store. Levied on as the property of
Scott & Heriot, at thc suit of T M. Bristol
vs. Wm. F.. Scott. Terms eash.
All thc right, title and interest of John
H. Kinslcr in fifteen (1,500) hundred acres
of Find, in Richland District, and all the
buildings thcreoj, about fourteen miles
above Columbia, on Cedar Creek-bounded
on thc South by hinds of Joseph Douglass,
A. C. Row and James Lever; West bylands
of the Estate of FVlix Tnrnipsecd and
George Keith: North by lands of N. J.
Dubard, John Lever and Instate ol'Felix
Turnipsecd; East by lands of A. F. Du
bard and Joseph Douglass; levied on as
the property of john H. Kinslcr, at the
suit of the Exchange Bank of Columbia
vs. John I!. Kinah r. Terms cash.
Feb ;> . J. E. DENT, S. lt. D.
Reduction in Prices!
lu want of
Of auy kind,
Are invited to cail at thc
IN PRICE AND STYLE.
WE PROPOSE to publish a WEEKLY
PAPER, devoted to the diffusion of
thc principles of religion and tho interests
of the Baptist denomination. We havs
been moved to this undertaking by the
solicitations of brethren in various por?
tions of this State, as well as of other
States, among the readers of the late
Confederate Jlaptist, and by our own con?
viction that a paper of a high character
would contribute largely to tho intellectual
improvement, the religious progress and
the general welfare of the churches. Tho
field is large, affording ample room for all
sincere and zealous laborers.
The Baptist will be printed on a sheet
i about twenty-two by thirty-two inches, and
will contain twenty-four broad columns,
I mostly in Long Primer type, clear and
legible, so that it may be read with com?
fort, even by the aged. Its entire mecha
! uical execution will be of thc highest order.
Our columns will be enriched by corres?
pondence and contributions from the
other Southern States, and, occasionally,
from Eurone and our missionary stations
abroad. '1 he entertainment and instruc?
tion of the young-especially the child?
ren-will not be forgotten; and our yeno
blo friend, "Unelo Fabian," so well and
favorably known to the readers of the
Confederate Baptist, will resume his labors
in their behalf. In short, wo possess all
tho facilities requisite to produce a paper
of the first rank. As such, we offer it to
our brethren, and solicit their generous
The Baptist will bc issued as soon as a
! sufficient number of subscribers have been
TERMS ?3 a year, payable on the recop
1 tion of the first number.
All communications will be addressed to
'The Baptist, Columbia, S. C."
J. L. REYNOLDS,
A. K. DURHAM,
Jan 21 Editors and Proprietors.
2TIERCES FRESH BEAT WHOLE
RICE, for cash only.
Fe . 13 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
fljMflflkiflJflBW. HAY INC resumed the
^^^Hfl^^^^K ibovc I am prc
J^5^^^^^5^ i;ire(! all kinds
Ol work in the above line at the yhort-' t
notice nd most reasonable prices.
of COFFINS constantly un
han .irais promptly attended.
Aug 30 M. H, BERRY.
At Brennan & Carroll's Carriage- Factory.