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MASSAGE OF SHERMAN'S BILL.
WASHINGTON, February 21.-Tho.
tenure of office bill was hurried to
tV^Presideut, last night, to prov eut
lu the House, Sher roan's bill came
up. Wilson's amendment was adopt?
ed-t>? to GO. It passed, "and that
persons excluded from office ! y the
proposed constitutional amendment
bc excluded from voting for mem?
bers, or being members of conven?
tions to form State constitutions."
Shelluborger odored an amendment,
declaring, "until the rebellious
States ave admitted to representation,
any civil government shall be deemed j
provisional, subject to thc authority
of the Uuited States, to be abolished,
modified or superceded at any time,
and all elections under civil govern?
ment to l)e conducted by persons de?
scribed in the fifth section; and per?
sons qualified to hold office under pro?
visional government ineligible under
the provisions of thc third section of
tho constitutional amendment of last
session." Adopted-yeas, 98; nays,
70. A resolution to concur with the
amendments then passed-125 to
116-Hawkins, of Tennessee, and
Hubbell, of Ohio, being the only
Republicans voting nay.
lt is conceded that the Senate will
pass the bill, with the House amend?
ments. The increased stringency de?
veloped by the Wilson and Shella
borger amendments is attributed to
Stevens' strategy. It. is generally
acceded that the President will waive
the advantages of time, and veto the
bill in time tor Congress to act.
The army appropriation bill was
taken up and adopted, including the
section in relation to a general of the
army, which contains, in addition to
the points telegraphed hist night,
that orders and instructions relating
to militaiy operations, issued by the
President or Secretary of War, shall
be issued through a general of the
Tho Senate was engaged on District
bills until a message was received
from the House announcing he pass?
age of Sherman's bill, with amend?
ments. . ,
Williams moved that the Senate
concur. Several senators regretted
that a disfranchising clause was in?
serted by the House, but would vote
to concur notwithstanding.
Johnson said that if he had his
wish, ho would immediately receive
the Southern representatives, but
wouldyield to the majority; he would
vote for the bill because he saw in it
a mode of rescuing the country from
the perils that now threaten it.
WASHINGTON, February 20.-Tho
President s answer to the Senatorial
questions regarding violations of the
civil rights bill, states that neither of
the Secretaries of State, War and
the Navy, nor tho Postmaster-Gene?
ral, have reported any. Several were
under consideration, which had been
refused at the Attorney-General's of?
fice. Secretary Stanton had reported
several cases to Congress. Cowan,
in a speech, defended the President
and the South, and asked the Senate
why they did not give Stanton assist?
ance to redress the reported out
Kvges, instead of pouring them into
te public ear. Respect for the fair
__ime of the country required this,
instead of using them os a means for
maligning tho. President. Sherman,
?urging his bill, said we give the ne
?J^^ballot, school, protection anil
iawT^.ut the nation would never con?
sent to put white men under his do?
mination. He de.signat.cd Stevens
and Elliot's plans as horribly defect?
It appears, from a communication
of the President to tin; Senate, that
the gross proceeds of cotton seized
is ?25,500,000; sale of miscellaneous
property, $1,800,000; rents of aban?
doned property, nearly $500,000; and
other receipts ?2,300,000; total, $35,
000,000; net profits to United States,
John Surratt was brought on shore
to-day. On landing, the marshal
said: "Is your name -John Surratt?"
He replied: "It is, sir." Tho marshal
then served his warrant, and took
possession of the prisoner. His case
and custody are entirely under civil
authorities. Ex-Governor Thomas
H. Ford, of Ohio, and Cul. Hincklo
will defend Surratt.
NEW YOKK, February 20.-A vio?
lent North-east snow storm has im?
Ellsworth, Morgan's telegrapher,
charged with a recent murder, has
been arrested near Lexington, Ky.
LOT ISVILLE, February 20.-A pri?
vate despatch, received" at Nashville,
reports the explosion of the David
White, between Vicksburg and Mem?
phis, and tho loss of Capt. Kenney
and Dr. Shelpert.
LONDON, February 20.-No recent?
ly insurgent Fenians have been ar?
rested. Nine have been convicted in
Dublin and heavily sentenced.
PHILADELPHIA, February 20.-Geo.
Ellers was shot dead in court to-day
by the father of the gild wdiom it is
alleged Filers raped in April last.
LONDON, February 20-Noon.
Consols 91. Five-twenties advancing
-the opening quotation being 74! .j.
LIVERPOOL, February 20-Noon.
Cotton quiet and steady-middling
uplands lld. Lard 50s. Od.
COMMERCIAL. VM) Kl.WWCIAI,.
NEW YORK, February 20-Noou.
Gold 36%. Money 6 per cent., and
easy. Exchange 8%; ?iglit9*?'. Flour
market quiet and steady. Wheat
dull and drooping. Corn dull and
declining. Pork linn-now mess
$20.75@$20.87; old ?19.75. Lard
quiet-barrels ll1 j(" I27?c. Cotton
dull, at 32'..(? 3" \ for middling up?
7 P. M.-The weekly cotton state?
ment put the sales ol the week at
lG.OOObales; receipts 2-1,00!); exports
5,637 halos; stock on hand and ship?
board, not cleared, 231,000; receipts
at all the ports since September 1st,
1.102,000, against. 1,295,000 the cor?
responding period last year. Cotton
dull and unchanged. Flour firmer
State firstname.lastname@example.orgU; Western 8.55(o 12;
Southern without decided change
10.30@,16. Corn declined lc. Rosin
4@9. Turpentine G7(" 70.
BALTIMORE, February 26.-Flour
dull. Mixed wdiite corn 90; prime
93; yellow 93@.94. Cotton dull but
firm-middling uplands 32("32,.J.
Sugar inactive at 10(o 10'., for fair to
CINCINNATI, February 20.-Cotton
unchanged; the large falling oil' in
receipts at New Orleans, telegraphed
to-day, makes holders finner, at 29
@29}?. Flour and grain unchanged;
little dom-. Provisions dull and un?
changed. Mess pork ?email@example.com.
Bacon quiet, at 9'.. (ff 11 for shoul?
ders, sides and clear sides. Groceries
firm. Sugar ll ?a 14. Collet! 2<i(al
27. Molasses 85 for New Or?
WILMINGTON, February 20.-Cot?
ton steady at 3(>)?. < rold 37 1 j.
Ax ART ILLUSTRATION. - The Hon.
A. H. Ward, of Kentucky, in a
spreeh before Congress, narrated the
following tts an illustration of what
condition thc Southern States would
be after they shall have passed
through the "course of sprouts"
prepared for them by the radical
There was a man once came to my
neighborhood and preached what he
called the doctrine of restoration in
reference to a higher and a better
world. He said that all sinners
would finally be restored to walk the
streets of thc New Jerusalem; but he
said they would first have to go to
the place of perdition, the pit that
burns with fire and brimstone, and
stay there until they had expiated all
their sins. An old man who was :
present and heard him, one who was
noted more for his straightforward
and blunt language than for his piety,
got up and said: "Why, brother,
after I have been in that sulphur and
fire burning long enough to have my
sins burned ont of me, don't you
think I would be a d-d pretty singe
cat to go to Heaven?" [Great
i laughter. J And that is what the
I gentleman is pleased to call a perfec?
tion of the Republic.
HARPER'S FERRY.-During the pe?
riod of General Washington's incum?
bency of the Presidency, various
tracts of land at Harper's Ferry wer'?
ceded to him and his successors, in
trust for the United States, for the
purpose of erecting buildings for the
manufacture of arms, etc. The Go?
vernment armory and work-shops
remained at that point up to the time
of the breaking out of the war in
1861. Thc War Department having
determined against re-locating the
Government armory there, applica?
tion has been made, for a sale or con- j
voyance of the land to parties who
are desirous of putting up manufae- I
RECONSTUCTTNG POR ETERNITY.
"Mack," the Washington correspond?
ent of the Cincinnati Commercial, gets
off tin; following: Mr. Morehead, of
Pittsburg, closed a eulogy on his late
colleague, Phillip Johnson, with the
following very touching piece of rhe?
toric: "How important that we, while ?
using our best energies to reconstruct
tho Government for time, should not
fail to use proper exertions for recon?
struction personally for eternity." t
am afraid it" Congressmen don't make
better progress with eternal than
they have with temporal reconstruc?
tion, they will all go to the devil by
Mons. Jean BaptisteLassue, an in
genius Frenchman, of Now York,
claims to have invented an serial ship,
capable of being steered and man?
aged in tho air, and of making the
trip across the Atlantic in three days
and a half. His ship is a longitudinal
cylinder, representing about 1,000
feet in length and 30? in diameter.
Through this cylinder, at its centre,
passes a tunnel, and through this
tunnel arc steps, and men tread them
to propel the ship. Attached to tho
outer surface of thc cylinder is a thin
screw or spiral flange, which, nuger
like, is to bore thc passage of tho
ship through the air.
ANOTHER VICTIM TO FEDERAL IN?
JUSTICE.-Dr. James Hunter, of
Fairfax County, died on the 9th inst.,
aged sixty-two years. Dr. Hunter
was arrested by tho Federals on the
charge of harboring Coi. Mosby
which was not true-sent to the slave
pen in Alexandria, and subsequently
to Fort Warren. It was during this
imprisonment that-his health was un?
dermined. Mosby once stopped at
the well of Dr. Hunter, washed his
hands, and had a napkin sent out to
wipe them. This was the offence
that merited an imprisonment which
slowly but surely worked death.
Soi.DUCKS' GRAVES.- -The Emperor
' of Franco has acTflt?sse .1 tho foll ow
! ing to Viscount Hood:
"SIK: I learn with regret hy your
j letter that the tombs ol" the English
officers killed at the battle of Ton
I louse are in a state of dilapidation.
"Soldiers who fall upon a foreign
soil are the property of that country,
and it is the duty of all to honor
j their memory.
"I take upon myself the repara?
tion of these tombs at my own ex?
"Receive the assurance of my re?
There is a sentiment in this which
shows how ineffably inferior this ef?
fete European despotism is to our
own enlightened republicanism. Our
"gallant Phil. Sheridan," in forbid?
ding a civil escort to the remains of
Gen. Johnston, and the various or?
ders issued to prevent monuments to
or decorations of the graves of Con?
federate dead, demonstrate our enor?
mous superiority in humanity and a
chivalrous regard for a gallant foe.
[Chicago Ti mrs.
A female fiend by the name of
J Crawford, living in New Albany, beat
j a little girl most unmercifully, and
then burned her badly with a red-hot
iron. The child is slowly recovering.
She was most shockingly and inhu?
manly punished, as she alleges, by
this woman Crawford. Both her
arms were broken, and holes burned
in her abdomen by a hot poker,
thrust against lier. A terrible gash
was rut upon Hie side of lier head,
her feet wen' blistered, and a deep
gash was cut in her lips, lt is a mat?
ter of general surprise that the 'nail
bond of thi' woman was fixed at the
low -uni of $250.
I Neic Albany Ledger.
A SAD BLOW. -A party of negroes,
whilst digging on a plantation near
I Vicksburg, struck an Old bomb-shell.
A dismission arose as to whether thc
powder was still good. "Tell you it
I is," said one. "Tell you it aint,"
said another. "I'm blowed if it is,"
said a third, as he put it into the fire
' by way of test. A terrific explosion
took place, and No. :? was "blow'd if
I it wasn't." The poor fellow lost one
arm, and was so terribly burned
about the head that he is not expected
to outlive the Freedmen's Bureau.
Chief Justice "Walker, of the Su?
preme Court of Arkansas, delivered
i an opinion on the 9th instant, de
! daring the acts of all Legislatures,
and judgments of courts, etc., since
the ordiuance of secession was passed,
to be valid and binding, except in
cases where they were in conflict with
the Constitution and laws of the
United States. The court reversed
an order of an inferior court quash?
ing an execution issued since the ?
surrender, upon a judgment rendered
after the secession of the State.
MISERS MURDERED TN MASSACHU?
SETTS AND MAINE.-Last Wednesday
morning the charred remains of In?
galta Damon wore found among the
ruins of his barn, which had been
burnt on the previous night. He was
a miser and dwelt alone. On the 8th,
in Franconia, New Hampshire, Thos.
Hand, also au old miser, who led a
solitary life, was found murdered in
the cellar of his dwelling. His head
liad been cleft with an axe. His
house had been pillaged.
A writer, just returned from the
land ho writes about, says: The Bra?
zilian Democrat, like his brethren
j here, prates about, liberty, fraternity
and equality. He now has paper
money, four short railways, wants
mere of them, and talks much of de?
veloping tlie resources; soon he will)
cry out against the right of property,
and unless God of great mercy inter?
poses, he will, in due season, be led ,
bv the devil to the third and lust
GENEROUS ( 1 VESTS.-At a w eddoigin !
Haleigh, X. G, a few evenings since,
the invited guests, after the ceri mony,
were requested to pay ten dollars
each to the brillo, who was in such
indigent circumstances that she had
not the means to complete her ward?
robe. Each person present promptly
responded, the sum raised amount?
ing to about $500. The bride thank?
ed her friends for their generosity,
kissed them all, and went home with
her huband in the best of spirits.
PIG IKON FROM GKOHMTA.-Thc
Louisville Democrat, of thelDth, says:
Messrs. Guthrie k. Co., agents, re?
ceived, to-day, from thc iron mines
at Trenton, Georgia, their first in?
voice of pig iron. The iron is said
to be of excellent quality, and is now
being tested in this city. This is a
new feature in the exports of Geor?
gia, and promises to add greatly to
her other and numerous sources of
Tho Troy Times, of the 5th inst.,
says that a lady, -who resides in Sche?
nectady, recently went to ber pareuts'
home, in Bennington, Vt., to have
her mother's care in child-birth.
Owing to the ill-feeling of her father
toward her husband, she was driven
away almost with curses. She was
passing through Troy, on her wray
back, when, on the evening of the
4th, she gave birth to a child in the
Au investigation which has been
made, shows that many of the bro?
kers in flour at the New York corn
exchange aro guilty of great frauds.
Much of the flour branded as super?
fine, and sold as such, is, it appears,
made up, in part at least, of refuse
stuff and d...naged materials, sent to
the mill and ground over again.
'Dir Legislature o? New York is
alxmt to grunt to William Orton and
; his associ?tes tho right to lay a tele
1 graphic cable between the Stute of
New York and the Empire of France,
j and use the sume for the period of
twenty years. Mr. Orton is the Pre
j sident of the Union Telegraph Com
I puny, and this grunt would greatly
extend that already powerful mono
1 poly, though it would at the sume
time insure international competition.
A LA MILITAIRE. -In view of thc
; enormous frauds practiced by the
; whiskey distiller.-; in New York, thc
I Washington Republican leurs that
I Congress will be driven to the expe
j dient of placing the distilling dis
! tricts under military rule, abolishing
I Italien* corpus and detailing West
j Pointers to scent out the enormous
I frauds perpetrated in the manufacture
I of toddy for the million.
The follawing is from the Zaues
I ville (Ohio) Times: "Among tim mar
riages occurring in this city last wet !
was one of a highly respectable
young woman to an individual win
I was a Southerner, and. at thc begin
niug of the war a slave, notwith
standing the fact of his having, to al
appearances, no negro blood in Iii:
The New York Herald, of Satur
day. laments the dullness of tin
times and says: "The spring trade i
not to be compared with that of las
year. So much for your counsels
and such as you. You will han;
yourself with yonr own rope, am
; tlu; South will say amen!"
1 M M [GRATH >N" ENC; U KAI ; ED. -Til
Virginia Legislature has passed a la\
giving to immigration societies a bo
j nus of S2 for each immigrant settlei
! in the State for two years, exec]]
such immigrant becomes chargeabl
as a pauper, when the company hu
to pay back 6>i.
NATHAKI ET. P. PANKS.-A Was!
ington tattler says, while Punks wt
making his speech in the House, la
week, a member, not undcrstandin
the drift of the policy he was adv,
eating, said to Thad. Stevens, "Win
does he want?" "Want?" said Thad
"Why he wants brains."
INDIANA.-The LaFayette Cottril
says it, is doubtful if the short dre:
style can be introduced in LaFayett
All the ladies who wear No. 2 boo
are in favor of it, but the No. O's, ?
we are informed, are largely- in tl
majority, and refuse to elevate the
Fogg, of New Hampshire, rose lil
an exhalation, in the Senate, t]
other day, and endeavored to becloi
the prospects of the bankrupt bi
An exchange says it is only a few da
since this Fogg settled on the Senat
and if he were to blow himself awi
forthwith, he would not be mist.
Thirty years ago, the sterile plai
of Texas-"the great dessert of t
South-west"-belonged to Mexic
To-day Texas is doing more tra
with the world at large than is t
Republic of Mexico, with its 8,00
000 of inhabitants.
HOMICIDE.-A mau named J. 1
Lockwood, residing in Barnwell L)
trict, was shot in tho house of E.
Rose Solomons, one day last we<
Both were gentlemen of good stai
ing. Solomons was arrested, and
in the jail at Walterboro.
Florence, the junction of the Y\
mington and Manchester and Nor
eastern Railroads, is rapidly becomi
a town of considerable importan
New stores and dwellings are bei
The Saturday Reviste says t
"the most dangerous kind of man
all the world, whether in low or
alted station, is ho who just mis
being a true genius."
The political catch-words "uni\
sal suffrage, and universal arms-be
ing," have become as famous in G
many as "universal suffrage, univei
! amnesty," in America.
? The Rev. Henry Morgan lias b
lecturing in Posto:; on the virtue
1 early marriages. He declares tl
politically, socially, morally and :
ritually, man requires a wile.
A New Orleans paper suggests,
a part of the plan of reconstruct]
"a Department for the Elevation
the African Intellect to the Cauca?
Frederick Douglass, being at
Louis on the 7th inst., was refr
ailmission by every hotel in the c
and had to go to a private house,
j The carrier of the mail from
mouth' to Fredoricksburg, Va.,
veled between the two points
i skates lust Saturday.
I Belle Boyel, tho Confederate :
carno passenger in the Morav
I which arrived at Portland on
j A new feature at the New Y
I Circus is "Blind Man's Bnff," ph
i on horseback by four young la
and two gentlemen.
M. Le Verrier, the great Fre
astronomer, thinks there will
another shower of meteors next
The United States Senate
passed a bill authorizing the Supi
Court, by its own order, to allot
justices among the Circuit Court:
Leeman, Darr & Co., of M
gomery, Ala., have prepared t
bales of Alabama cotton for the 1
Men of rare intelligence are r
Two women, in Pittsburg, h
game of fisticuffs in church.
For Luneh, To-l)ny.
OYSTER sor I*.
F< i> 21 D. McGUINNIS, Sup^t.
mAKEN from mr stable, on SATURDAY
JL NIGHT, tho 16th mst., a BAY MAUL!,
in lino ordc r and blind in both eyes. Any
information in regard t<> lier will "bo thank?
fully rec? iv? (l ut Columbia.
Fob 212 HENRY MITHUR.
1TIERCES DIAMOND IT AMS.
. Tierces BALTIMORE HAMS.
Tierces purr Loaf Lard.
Firkins choice Goshen Dairy Butter.
Tubs Goshen Butter at 10 cents per lb.
Bbl*. Peach Blow Potatoes choice. In
storr and for sale, bv
Feb 21 2 C. H. BALDWIN A- CO.
FRUIT ! FRUIT!
Cabbage and Potatoes, all at reduced
prices. Call at SCHULTZ'S,
On Washington or Assembly streets.
Fob 21 1
Friday Evening, February 22, 1867.
i Entire New Programme, j
CIOME AND SEE THEM. Only FIFTY
j CENTS admission, and you" can get j
I reserved .-rats without anv additional
Doors open at quarter to 7 o'clock the
! RACKET t.> commence at 7.30.
. Fcb 21 _____ _ . _ j
COLUMBLA, FEBUUA-Y 20. 1807.
To Messrs. O. Z. Baies, T. Ii. Clarkson,
Richard rarker, S. G. Henry, Eli Kil?
lian, Hannon ('ann and../. A. Reese.
rilli B above nann i1 ''Commissioners of j
JL Free Schools" for Richland District. 1
are requested to mort at thc office of tho i
undersigned, on MONDAY, the 4th day of
March next, at 12 m.
D. B. MILLER,
Fob 21 4 Acting Secretary.
Stone Lime! Stone Lime! !
F[VE HUNDRED barrels of FRESH
GROUND NORTHERN STONE LIME
on hand, to bo sold at low ligures.
D. C. PE1XOTTO,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
Corner Washington and Assembly ets.
Feb 20 _2
__________ ___ ^ _____ _
THE undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and thc public generally
that he has located an office on the corner
of Washington and Assembly streets, for
the purpose of earr\ ng >n the AUCTION
and COMMISSION BUSINESS on his own
Thankful for past favors extended to the
late linn of LEVIN A PEIXOTTO, ho trusts
to have a continuation cf the same.
_JFeb 20 2 D. C^JPEIXOTTO._
Titos. P. Walker,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE.
OFFICE in rear of the Court House, for?
merly occupied bv D. li. DeSaussure,
Esq^_ Feb 20_
AMEETING of the Stockholders in the
King's Mountain Iron Company is ap?
pointed to be brid at Yorkvilie, on FRI?
DAY, the 1st of March next. As matters
of ^rcat importance will come before them,
a full meeting is earnestly requested.
Pres't King's Mountain Iron Co.
Feb 20_ 3
"TTTANTED, a respectable white person,
VV to take charge of a farm near the
city, with dwelling and every necessary
accommodation thereon. To one who can
furnish satisfactory references, a liberal
offer will bc made. Apply at this office.
_ Feb 14
CO??O?? V.1BX FOR SALE.
A PPLY to FISHER & LOWRANCE. Co
_Y_ Iumbia, or to the Carroll Cotton Mids,
Greenville. Terms cash on delivery.
Feb 1") Imo
MY BOOKS will bo opened for receiving
RETURNS and the payment of
TAXES on TUESDAY next, the 19th of
February, af the office, in the city of Co?
lumbi;'., on the corner ?d' Bull and Richland
streets. Office huns from S 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. H. WADI'., T. C. R. D.
Feb ll }?
O o ?JL ie c tioncr,
WHOLESALE INI) RETAIL .'
CANDIES manufactured daily, at as low
as can hr laid down hero from thc
North. ?ST* Corner of Plain and Marion
streets. Feb :t
JUST RECEIVED. 5 barrels SUPERIOR
CREAM Aid-:. For sale low. Applv
to LEVIN A MI KELL, '
Feb 3 Washington street.
JUST RECEIVED, .10 bales primo North?
ern Hay. For sale low. Apply to
LEVIN A MIK ELL,
Feb 3 Washington street.
TWO MARRIAGES, by author of "John
Idalia, by the author of "Strathmore."
The Song Without Words, by Cotta Fa?
Draytons and Davenants, by tho same
The Giraffe Hunters, by Mayne Reid.
The Merchant of Berlin, by author of
Joseph II and His Courtaud Frederick the
Great ana Court.
iu-d >or Sports tor boys and Girls.
Tho Finger-Post to Public Business, C?/fi
taiiiing tho modes of forming societies,
clubs, Ac., rules of debate, Ac.
Gombourn on Holy Communion,
And other new publications, for salo at
Opposite Lawyers' Bagge, Columbia.
Feb15 B. L. BRYAN.
The City o? Columbia vs. Estate J. J. Kin
si- ir. "Execution for City Taxes, $2,105.54.
BY virtue of the above writ of fieri furias
to me directed, 1 will sell, before the
Court Horse in Columbia, within the lc'ral
hours, on the first MONDAY and TUES?
DAY in March next.
The following REAL ESTATE, to wit:
One lot of Land, in the city of Columbia,
situated and fronting ?rn Richardson street
52 feet, more or less,, and running back to
Assembly street 117 feet 1 inches; together
with the"Bricks and Out-buildings there?
on; bounded South by tho old Branch
15u.ilt lot. formerly owned by the Rev. Dr.
Adger, West by Assembly s ti cet; North by
lot of Dr. Frederick Marks and Bast by
A lot of Latnl, in Richland District, con?
taining two aeres, inure or less, bounded
South by J ames'farrar, West by the read
leading to Butcher 'town, North by lands
fornn rly owned by R. N. Lewis and Dr. A.
NV. Kennedy, and Fast by James M. Craw?
ford. Levied ?rn as thc property of John
J. Kinsler, deceased, nt the suit of the
City of Columbia vs. John J. Kinsler, de?
ceased. Terms cash.
A One-story Framed Building, 20 by 40
feet, front in-,'on Washington stieet, occu?
pied by F. Sturenhagen as a dry goods and
shoe stoic. Levied on as the property of
Scott & Heriot, at the snit of T' M. Bristol
vs. Wm. E. Scott. Terms cash.
All the right, title and interest of John
If. Kinsler in fifteen (1,500) hundred acres
ot' l ind, in Richland District, and all the
buildings thereoj, about fourteen miles
above Columbi:'., on Cedar Creek bounded
. thc Soutli by iands of Joseph Douglass,
A. C. Bow and James Lever; Wet bylands
nf ?he Estate of Felix Turnipsred and
George Keith: North by lands of N. J.
Jiubard. John Lever and' l?state of Felix
Turnipseed; Fast by lands of A. F. Du
bard ami Joseph Douglass; levied on as
the property of John H. Kinsler, at thc
suit of tho Exchange Bank of Columbia
vs. John H. Kinsb r. Terms cash.
Feb 9 1 J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
"GET THE BEST!"
COT TOM CTIM S
A T MANUFACTURER'S PRICES, at the
t\. COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE, near
Greenville and Charleston Railroad Depots.
Columbia, S. C.
A. R. COLTON, Proprietor.
SS" Parties wishing the UNIVERSAL
COTTON GINS and CONDENSERS for
next season, will do well to send in their
orders at once, to avoid delav.
Feb 14 Imo
TT7E PROPOSE to publish a WEEKLY
VV TAPER, devoted to the dimisi?n of
thc principles of religion and tho interests
of the Baptist denomination. We have
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 Baptist, 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. The
field is large, affording ample room* for all
sincere and zealous laborers.
The Baptist will be printed on a sheet
about twenty-two by thirty-two inches, and
will contain twenty-four broad columns,
mostly in Long Primer t3'pe, clear and
legible, so that it may be read with com?
fort, even by the aged. Its entire mecha?
nical execution will bc of the highest order.
Our columns will bc enriched bj- corres?
pondence and contributions from the
other Southern States, and, occasionally,
from Europe and our missionary stations
abroad. The entertainment and instruc?
tion of the young-especially the child?
ren-will not be forgotten; and our vene
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, we possess all
the facilities requisite to produce a paper
of the first rank. As such, wc offer it to
our brethren, and solicit their generous
Tho Baptist will be issued as soon as a
sufficient number of subscribers have been
TEEMS-$3 a year, payable on the recep?
tion of the lirst number.
All communications will be addressed io
'The. Baptist, Columbia, S. C."
J. L. REYNOLDS,
A. K. DURHAM,
Jan 24 Editors and Proprietors. .
Reduction m PricesI
In want of
Of anj kind,
GARD, HANDBILL OB PAMPlliT,
Aro invited to call at the
Satisfactii n guaranteed
IN PRICE AND SVLE.
To all whom it may Jncern.
IRESPECTFULLY ask < all persons
indebted to me bv bo. account or
notes, to call and adjust tharne without
delay, and save cost. -rvvv
Feb 10 10* T. W. ADCLiyJiS.
Lime, Cement, Plater Paris.
"ITT? have in store, an ?ball keep con
W stantlv on hand, a nil stock of the
above, and offer to omtpotors and build?
ers, and those id want r tho above, great
inducements. Apply^ p mKE1Aj?
Dec C .Vashiugton street.