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WASHINGTON, February 25.-In the
House, a resolution rather condemn?
atory of Wentworth's charges of cor?
ruption of the members involving
the honor of the House, ordering his
committee to report to-morrow, was
A resolution that the House concur
in Secretary McCulloch's views of
contraction and nu carly resumption
of specie payments, encountered loud
objections from all sides.
The bond required of inspectors of
distilleries is 85,000.
Thc amendment abolishing the cot?
ton tax was rejected by 65 to '.>.">.
Patterson announced his intention
to disregard the joint resolution of
thc Tennessee Legislature requesting
A half million has boon appropri?
ated for improvement of flit' Missis?
sippi River at Des Moines.
WASHINGTON, February 25.-The
President is urged, with warnings,
by the Herald to veto the abominable
tariff bill; by the Tribune to veto the
wretched measure inflating tho cur?
rency, by issuing $100,000,000 legal
tenders, to retire compound interest
notes; by the World to veto the out?
rageous reconstruction bill.
Colfax, for Speaker, is unopposed.
He predicts a six weeks' session.
GEORGETOWN, D. C., February 25.
The municipal registration shows
that 971 negroes and 1,350 whites
voted. The election reported close.
ATLANTA, February 25.-Ex-Go v.
Brown publishes, in the morning
papers, a three column letter, review?
ing the situation and advising the
people of Georgia to accept the terms
imposed by the bill recently passed
WASHINGTON, February 24.-Mr.
Cooper's minority report of the South
Carolina murder case says: "It is
true, that Generals Thomas, Sickles,
Wood and Baird, in their testimony,
state that 'the courts do not adminis?
ter full and impaatial justice where
Union men, soldiers and freedmen
are litigants, and that they are not
safe;' but they, iu answer to direct
questions, furnish but one case in
Tennessee, one in Mississippi, (at
Grenada,) one in Louisiana, none in
Virginia, except the W?itson case,
none in North Carolina, Florida,
Georgia or Alabama."
All testify explicitly that there has
been no fault with the Governors of
the respective States, or high officials,
judges of tho Supreme Court, or in?
telligent and well-informed citizens.
Gen. Schofield testifies that the
negroes arraigned for crime are de lit
with leniently rather than harshly.
The general feeling of tho respecta?
ble people of Virginia, he says, is
that of pity for the freedmen.
The report takes strong grounds
against the policy and constitution?
ality of the proposed military go?
Hall, Sandford, Murphy and va?
rious other Ministers abroad, and
Consuls McMath and Penny, indig?
nantly deny the truth of McCracken's
charge, that they never permit an
occasion to pass to villi fy President
Johnson audj the members of his
NEW YOKE, February 24.-The
steamer Launent, which sailed from
here, took several hundred tons of
goods for the Paris Exposition.
Tho steamer Baltic, which was
seized by the officers of the revenue,
put the officer in charge off, and went
to sea. Large quantities of smug?
gled goods have been se: .ed in the
neighborhood of the Bremen steam?
A Mrs. Swentz shot her husband
at a ball last evening. The cause is
stated to be jealousy and neglect.
The Brazilian Government has
chartered tho steamer Thousand, for
the Texan emigrants to Brazil, who
were wrecked on the brig Derby.
Arch-bishop MeCuunon died to?
It is reported that Gen. Sickles has
declined the iTew York collectorship.
BERLIN, February 24.-The Parlia?
ment of the North German States was
formally opened yesterday, by the
King of Prussia. The members of
the royal family and Count Bismarck
were present. The King said he was
encircled as no German Prince had
been for ages. All hopes for the
future welfare of the nation now
. rested on the accomplished fact of a
united Germany. He recommended
Parliament to form a new Constitu?
tional Union, which would be defen?
sivo in character, and give unity,
liberty and power to Fatherland.
FLOKENCE, February 24.-A tele?
gram from Naples reports the explo?
sion cf a magazine of gun-powder at
Poalippo, near that city, by which
numbers of live3 were lost.
COMM?HCIAL A\D FIN A NC I Al..
LIVERPOOL, February 25-Noon.
Cotton opens quiet and steady, with
sales of 7,000 bales-middling up?
LONDON, February 25-Noon.
Consols Kl. Bonds 73%.
NEW YOKE, February 25-Noon.
Flour and corn a shade firmer. Wheat
steady. Pork heavy-$20.95. Cot?
ton dull-middling uplands 31.
Stocks steady. Money 6 per cent.
Exchange-sixty days 9; sight 9)?(?
9%. Cold 38.
LIVERPOOL, February 25-Evening.
Cotton dull and declining: middling
General Brisbin, who is on recruit?
ing service in Kentucky, finds some
trouble in obeying (louerai Grant's
j order forbidding recruiting officers
I hereafter to enlist boys under thc
age of twenty-one without the con?
sent of tho parent or guardian. A
good many of thc colored men don't
know their parents, and to ask the
parents of some . who do, General
Brisbin thinks would be a delicate
Mr. Wilson wants Congress to se?
cure equal rights to everybody in the
South-which, of course, means equal
rights for all who vote the radical
ticket, lintier would probably insist
on a special right to appropriate
spoons; Bow to deport pianos, and
the itinerant correspondents of the
radical press to falsify ad libitum.
The State Senate of Mississippi
has rejected an endorsement of the
Sharkey-Orr compromise, because
there was no evidence that it would
insure an adjustmentwith the radicals.
Columbia Wholesale Prices Current.
UV FISH/;It LOWRANCE.
APPLES-Per bushel.?1 75
BAGGING - Gunnv, per vartl. 32
Dundee " . :53
DALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb. 25
N. Y. or West, pr lb.. 20
BACON-Hams, per 1!?.L.18@20
Sides " .1GW.17
Shoulders, " .15@16
BUTTER Northern, per lb. 50
Countrv, " .:V)(?:.Vi
BRICES-Per 1,000 . 7 nu
COTTON YARN-Per hunch.
COTTON Ordinary, per lb.
Middling, " . 32
CANDLES -Sperm, per ll..40@50
Adamantine, " .
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.2G@30
Laguayra, " . 40
Java. * " . 45?50
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lb... 25
Skimmed, " ... 20
CORN -Per bushel. 1 7.V(?l 85
FLOUR -Super., per bbl. 12 00
Extra Familv. 17 50
HAY-Northern, per cwt. 2 00
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES-Dry, per lb. 15
Green. " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 25
LAUD - Per lb... . IS
LUMBER-Boards, per iou ft. 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME -Per bbl. 3 00
MOLASSES -Cuba, per gallon.COfgTO
New Orleans, " 1 10@1 25
Sugar House. "... 1 25
NAILS -Per keg.7 80?gl8 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per-allon.90@1 00
Tercbene, " .
Sperm, " . 2 25
PEAS-Per bnshci.1 75@2 00
POTATOES Irish, per bushel. 2 25
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE-Carolina, per bushel.10@12.J
East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold. 1 rt3
Silver. 1 30
SALT Liverpool, per sack. 3 25
Table, " . 5 00
SO Ar-Fer bar.15@20
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. I84
Powdered, " . ls.]
Brown. " .12?@17
SPIRITS -Alcohol, per -allon. "6 00
Cognac Brandv, " . 9 00
Domestic " " " _ 3 00
Holland Gin, " . 8 Q0
American " " . 4 00
Jamaica Run;. " . 6 1)0
N. E. " " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, _ '.i 00
i Monongahela " . 5 00
Rectified " . 3 00
I STARCH-Per lb. 15
; TEA -Green, per lb .1 50?2 25
Black, .1 50?2 00
j TOBACCO Chewing, per lb.:?> on loo
Smoking, " .50 Oj, 75
VINEGAR Wine, per gallon .. .. 75
j Cider. " . 75
French. " . 1 50
! WINE Champagne, per basket.25@35 00
Port, per gallon. -1 50
Sherry, " . 5 00
Madeira, " . 5 00
DOMESTIC M uucirr.
; MEATS Pork, per lb. 15
Beef. " .12?@15
Mutton, " . 12J
POULTRY -Turkevs, per pair. 00
Ducks. " . 1 00
Chickens, " . 75
Geese. " . 1 25
j PORT OF CHARLESTON. FEB. "?T
' Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, Philadelphia.
Sehr. Loyal Scranton, Lowden, New York.
Sehr. Carrie M. Rich, Amesbury, N. Y.
Sehr. E. N. Perry, Hamilton, New York.
Sehr. Viola, Treworgy, New York,
i-chr. Bowdoin Randall, New York.
Sehr. G. W. Carpenter, Fitzgerald, Bait.
Sehr. Eri, Sprague, Matanzas.
Sehr. Ida Richardson, Bedell, Baltimore.
WENT TO SEA YESTERDAY.
Steamship Carlotta, Collins, New York.
Steamship Patapsco, Ne ff, New Y'ork.
Steamship Andalusia, Bursley, New York.
Br. bark Regina, Cumminger, Liverpool.
Br. sehr. Alert, Mann, Carbarien, Cuba.
Sehr. Montezuma, Low, Philadelphia.
Sehr. Nicanor, Hannah, West Indies.
Sehr. Lilly, Francis, New York.
In Columbia, S. C., at the residence ol
tho bride's parents, on the 20th instant, by
the Rev. Dr. O'Connell, Mr. CHARLES J.
LA UREY, of Charleston, S. C., and Mise
M. T. KEENAN, of Columbia, S. C. No
BOXES FINE ORANGES.
4 " LEMONS.^ Low for cash
JOHN (J. > ? 41 ) VJ 1, li; .> ii* cO?'3i
Extra Breakfast Strips!
PICKLED HAMS. Low for cash at
Feb 20 J. C. SEEGERS & OO. S.
6 bbls. fresh SODA BISCUIT.
2 " OYSTE CRACKERS.
2 " Extra Butter
2 " Fancy Pie-Nic "
2 " Lemon Biscuit.-;. All fresh from
tho bakery. J. c. SEEGERS A CO.
10 BOXES CHEESE.
OW to dealers, at
J Feb 26 J. C. SE EG ERS & CO.'S.
MULES FOB SALE.
Ifc^ 25 WELL-BROKE YOUNG
MULES r<>.- salo.
^T-Tjl. Feb 2G CHAS. LOGAN.
Third Supply ot' Fresh Seed.
DAVID LANDRETH & SON.
SILVER SKIN ONION SETTS, Radish,
Green-glaze Cabbage, Turnip Seed,
Peas and Beans, Extra Early ('urn, Blue
Stem Collard, new Tomato Seed and other
FISHER A HEIN?TSH'S
Feb 2<i Di U?? and Seed Store.
SUGARS AND MOLASSES.
FIFTY hbds. choice Grocery SUGARS.
25 " prime " * "
100 bbls. choice new crop MUSCOVADO
CH bbd.s. choice new crop MUSCOVADO
87 Illida, choice new crop CLAYED MO?
LASSES- -now landing ex Schooner "Eri,"
from Matanzas, and for sale LOW from'
wharf, in lots to suit, bv
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Cor. East Bay and Accommod'n Wharf,
l eb 20 2 ' Charleston, S. C.
q ^ A NICE and VERY_*,_
L5 2W of Ladies', Misses' and' RI
St -E3I O JEi S ?
MEN'S BOOTS and SHOES,
Has just been received, and will be dis?
posed of VERY LOW, by
3. H. MYERS A- CO.,
Opposite the site of old Citv Hotel.
Feb 26 " :t
Boots, Shoes, Sec
? ??m WE have just receh ed-A,
jWV our SPRING STOCK off*?
V^ Ladies', Misses" and'Ri
W ^?I^:':oldren'.- SHOES.
Men's ROOTS, SHOES and GAITERS -
which wo will be happy to exhibit to thc
public, if they will give us a call.
M. EHRLICH & SONS,
Feb 2G :i Maiu street.
j Fifty Dozen Hats,
?AT KEW YQSX COST!
FOR THREE DA VS ONLY!
CONSISTING of Gents", Boys' and
Youths' CASSI M ERE. BEAVER, PA?
NAMA. FELT, WOOL. LEGHORN and
A largo stock of EXTRA CARPET BAGS
and Ladies' SATCHELS. Call and exa?
mine, and be convinced.
PH1ISTE? PAPES 1
I^OR which the HIGHEST PRICES will
' be paid at S. E. STRATTON'S,
Assembly st.,one door from Gervais.
AND STRAW GOODS.
Hi & CO.,
IMPORTERS and jobbers of RIBBONS,
BONNET SILKS and SATINS, NETTS,
BLONDS, CRAPES, VELVETS, RUCHES,
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, STRAW BON?
NETS and LADIES' HATS, trimmed and
untrimmed; SHAKER HOODS, Ac,
237 and 239 L' dlimore Street,
Ofter the largest Stock to be found in
this countrv, and unequaled in CHOICE
VARIETY and CHEAPNESS.
JOTS' Orders solicited and prompt atten?
tion given. Feb 26 Imo*
FIFTY doz. Bass A Co.'s PALE ALE,
for sale very low by
Feb 24 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
CLEAN COTTON and LINEN RAGS, for
which TWO to THREE CENTS PER
POUND will be paid, according to quantity
and quality. At
S. E. STRATTON'S,
On Assembly street,
'eb 21 3 One door from Gervais.
GREEN PEAS, GREEN CORN, TOMA?
TOES, Peaches, Pine Apple, Lobsters,
Salmon, Ovsters, Cranbury Sauce, Egg
Plums, Pie" Fruits, fresh Mackerel, Sar
?... -r> Opt- .,..,?> A.. n;^vp.q n.t. I
nuil- o, JSjUgl?&X? ...... - i. - - . '- - -.-" ' -, -
sups. Sauces, Ac. On hand and for salo
low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE NEXT SESSION of the
An^L subscriber's SCHOOL will be
f.LjCSl*:-iii on MONDAY. March 4, and
MAtjMp.* continue until Wednesday, Jul;
vBrj?, An elementary class of
GSSr Bm all girls will bo leceiyed at
$3 a month; boarders at $.> a week. Other
rates as heretofore. Besides a complete
? English Course, Ancient and Modern Lan
' guages, Mathematics and Music thorough
! ly taught. W. MULLER. '
: Formerly Principal (nineteen years) of
Columbia Female Academy, and for hist
four years President Lucy Cobb Female
Institute, Athens, Ga. Feb 24 G
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, S. C.,
COLUMBIA, FEBRUARY 21, 18?7.
1>ROPOSALS will be received at tins De?
partment for furnishing all citizens of
this State, who have lost their legs during
tho recent war, with ARTIFICIAL LEGS,
until the 4th MONDAY in March: at which
time such specimens as parties desire to
exhibit will be examined.
l'arties submitting proposals will please
specify the patent under which they are
operating, and indicate their willingness
to establish branch manufactures in Co?
lumbia or Charleston, or both places.
About three hundred limbs will bc re?
Bv order of the Governor.
.TAS. S. SIMONS,
Feb 24 2 Private Secretary.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. S. C~
COLUMBIA. FEBRUARY 22, ist;?,
rpm-'. General Assembly of this state, on
JL the 20th of December, 18C6, adopted
the following resolution:
"Resolved, That his Excellency the Go?
vernor be authorized to call for plans and
estimates for covering the new State House
building with a light tin roof, and to close
the windows and door openings with ruff
shutters, to protect it from injury: that he
appoint the Architect whose plan shall bc
adopted, superintendent of the work, after
he has fully matured bis plans and drawn
up specifications which shall fully set forth
all the work to be contracted for; and that
the same be done at the earliest day prac?
Pursuant to this resolution, ?dans and
csthnatcs will be received for the foregoing
work until the 4th MONDAY in March
next, when a plan will be selected, and
proposals for building, according lo the
same, will be invited.
Bv order of thc Governor.
JAS. S. SIMONS.
Feb 24 2 Private Secretary.
PROC L A M ATI ON!
las Excellency JAMES L. O lill, Go?
vernor cf South Carolina.
XXTTIEUEAS information has been com
VV municated to this Department that
a series of outrages have been perpetrated
on sundry persons, whit?; and colored, in
the Districts of Laurens, Greenville, An?
derson and Abbeville, by three desperate
outlaws, to wit: - Brown, known as Texas
Brown, by - Sullivan, of Laurens, and by
- Burkett, alias Bul khead, alias Wallace,
wherein the lives of many persons have
been threatened and the property of others
pillaged; and whereas it has been repre?
sented that Elias Brown, a freedman, has
been murd, red by the two former; and
whereas the said Brown committed an as?
sault and battery on the person of Lewis
Clark, a freedman, with intent to kill, at.
Cokesbury, S. C.; and whereas th?; said
Brown, Sullivan niel Burkett, alias 'Wal?
lace, perpetrated a daring robbery upon
Jessie French, ?i citizen of Greenville, S.
C.: and whereas the said brown and Bur?
kett assaulted, wit h intent to kill, sundry
citizens of Anderson District; and whereas
these desperate outlaws have committed
other acts of rapine, plumb r and outrage,
and have thus far eluded and avoided ar?
rest by thc civil authorities for their mani?
Now, know ye, that I, JAMES L. ORR,
Governor and'Commander-in-Chief in and
over the State aforesaid, do hereby oller a
reward of NINE HUNDRED DOLLABS
for the arrest and safe delivery of the said
Brown, Sullivan and Burkett in anv ?ail in
this State, or THREE HUNDRED DOL
! LARS for either of them.
I All Sheriffs, Constables, Magistrates and
; all other officers of the State, civil and
military, are hereby commanded and re?
quired to uso every exertion to secure the
arrest of tho parties aforesaid, to the end
I that the laws of this State may be main
I tamed and these outlaws brought to con
i dign punishment.
j In witness whereof, I have hereunto sub
1 scribed my name and caused the
seal of tho State to be affixed, at the
[L. s.]city of Columbia, this twenty-second
day of February, A. D. 18G7, and in
thc ninety-first year of the indepen?
dence of the Unite i States of Ame?
rica. JAMES L. OUR, Governor.
ELLISON CAPEKS, Secretary of State.
Feb 24 3
*?T Edgefield A dvertiser, Anderson In
telligencer. Abbeville J'ress and Banner,
Fickens Courier, Greenville Mountaineer
and Enterprise, Newberry Herald, Laurens
Herald, and tho Augusta Chronicle and
Sentinel, copy three times and forward
bills to Executive offico.
IHAVE removed my TAILORING ES?
TABLISHMENT to tho East end of
Lady street, (the houso formerly occupied
by Dr. Talley,) where I will bo pleased to
receive orders from my former friends and
customers. VY. M. ROACH, Tailor.
_Fcb 23 _____ 3__
To Builders and Iron Founders.
THE COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC
BUILDINGS are desirous of receiving
tenders for the erection of a now JAIL, to
bo built in the city of Columbia. Plans
and specifications can bc seen and all
other information obtained at tho office of
the Architects. Messrs. Kay A Ilewetson,
on and after Monday, 25th instant.
Tenders must be enclosed, under seal,
to the Architects, on or before 12 M., Tues?
day. April 2, lin;,-.
The Commissioners do not bind them
selvt s to accept the lowest or anv tender.
D. 15. MILLEU.
See. Com. Public Buildings R. 1>.
Feb 1'.) tut".
CHEESE! CHEESE! !
BOXES line CHEESE, at
Jan :?<J JOHN C. SEECEES A CO.
South Carolina Bureau of]
CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 21, 18G7.
ri "IHK undersigned, having been appoint
X od Commissioner, has been instructed
by his Excellency Governor Orr to organ?
ize the Bureau at tho earliest possible mo?
ment. In a few days, agents will bo ap?
pointed by tho Governor to proceed to
Europe, whose duty it will be to induce
immigration to oui State, to disseminate
sueh informat ion as may be furnished them
of lands for sale or lease, and to engage
such lahorers, mechanics, servants and
other help as may be desired by the inha?
bitants of the State. An agent for the
same object will, perhaps, bo sent to New
York, lt would be desirable tim; ad peo?
ple furnish this Bureau, without delay,
with information how they desire to be
served, indicating the kind of help they
require and the wages which they are. wil
lii g 'o pay. or a description of the lands
they have1 tor sale or loise, and their terms
and conditions, lt' combinations can be
formed in thc several Districts of tic-State
for joint action, it would, perhaps, facili?
tate mutual operations; and where ar?
rangements can bo made to advance part
of the passage money ot the laboring im?
migrants, by accepted orders to that effect
on any of thc factors or merchants of
Charleston, it would no doubt greatly ad?
vance thc- result. If the people that favor
thia measure would meet at their respect?
ive Court Houses to consult and indicate
their wants, this Bureau would take great
pleasure in serving their interest to the
best of its ability. A pamphlet will be
printed in several European languages for
distribution, describing the capacities and
advantages of our soil, climate, produc?
tions, etc., in which many particulars, that
are promptly furnished, maybe advertised.
The means at the disposal of this Bureau
being strictly limited, the kind assistance
of the conductors of our public journals is
respect lu liv rc( pies ted.
JOHN A. WAGENER,
Commissioner of Immigration.
Feb 24 j2_
Printing Material For Sale.
AN assortment of TYPE and MATERI?
AL, sufficient to publish a large sized
paper, is offered for salo at avery reason?
able price. Tin- TYPE is as good as new.
For further particulars, apply at this
office. _Feb 23
COT^ XJ 3X1 S I ?~
LAGER BEER BREWERY,
EAST OF CHARLOTTE DEPOT.
HAYING opened this establishment, I
can now supplv the public with SU
PERIOR LAGER LEEK and ALE, together
with all other REFRESHMENTS.
Feb 2:5 3 _ E. H. HEINS.
MY* ROOKS will be opened for receiving
RETURNS and the payment of
TAXES on TUESDAY next, Hu; 19th of
February, at the office, in the city of Co?
lumbia, on the corner (d'Bull and Richland I
streets. Office hours from 8 o'clock a. m. I
to 2 p. m. All male citizens, from 21 to 50
voars of age, aro to pay a capitation tax. I
' THOS. II. WADE, T. C. R. D. I
Feb 14 ?6
COLUMBIA, FEBRUARY 20, 18G7.
To Messrs. O. 'A. Bates, T. B. Clarkson,
Rickard Parker, S. C. Henry, Eli Kil?
lian, Harmon (.'non and./. A. Reese.
11HE above named ''Commissioners of
Free Schools" for Richland District,
are requested to meet at. the office of the
undersigned, on MONDAY, the 4th day of
March next, at 12 m.
D. B. MILLER,
Feb 21 i Acting Secretary.
TWO MARRIAGES, by author of "John
Idalia, by the author of "Strathmore." !
The Song Without Words, by Cotta Fa- j
Draytons and Davenants, by the same.
The" G ira ile Hunters, by Mayne Reid.
The Merchant of Berlin, by author of
Joseph ll and His Court and Frederick the
Great and Court.
In-door Sports for boys and Girls.
The Finger-Post to Public Business, con?
taining the modes of forming societies,
clubs, Ac, rules of debate, Ac.
Gonlbouru on Holy Communion,
An l other new publications, for sale at
M eC A RTE R'S BOOKSTORE.
Opposite Lawvers1 Raxgp, Columbia.
Feb 15 " R. b. BRYAN.
RECEIVED per Steamer:, "Carrol,"
"Sea-Gull" and "Eula:"
?.000 bus's primo White Mavvlaud CORN.
50bbls. IRISH [Seed] POTATOES.
500 bushels P.RAN.
Feb 15 BROWNE A SCH I PMER.
WE WILL RECEIVE, on THURSDAY,
thc 28th instant,
7,000 Bushels Prime White Corn ! !
In bulk, which ve offer to the merchants
of Columbia, sending us bacrs, at $1.40,
delivered at tho S. G. R. R. Depot; when
bags are furnished by us, $1.50 per bushel,
delivered at the Depot.
8,000 bushels PRIME WHITE CORN,
2,000 bushels Prime Yellow Corn,
2,000 bushels Heavv White Oats.
C. N. AVERILL & SON,
G8 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Feb 23 4
THE firm of SHIVER A BECKHAM is
this day dissolved by limitation. All
indebtod to'the firm will make immediato
payment to R. C. SHIVER, who alone is
authorized to receipt and pav moneys for
the brm. R. C. SHIVER,
W. M. BECKHAM.
The undersigned will continue the Dry
Goods business at the old stand, with but
one change in the conduct of thc business,
ti/.. u,i<id cash ruh.5. The. otyie nf the
firm will appear soon. R. C. SHIVER.
Health and another interest compelling
mo to withdraw from the firm of SHIVER
A BECKHAM, I take occasion to thank
our patrons for their past favors, and be?
speak a continuance of the same for Mr.
R. C. SHIVER, under whose management
our business has proved a decided success.
Feb 23 1 W. M. BECKHAM.
sui" Carolinian publish four times.
Private Board Wanted.
ALADY and gentleman of moderate
means wish to obtain BOARD in a
private family r< siding in the upper por?
tion of the city. Would prefer a family
where there are no other boarders. Ad?
dress, by letter. A. B., PluPnix office.
Feb 23 J
Jh-tj Goods, tte.
By JACOB LEVIN.
Ai tin. old stand, corner Plain and Assem?
bly streets, Tills MORNING, tho 26th
Sundry articles of Dry Goods.
Shoes, Hats, Handkerchiefs,
Thread, Hosiery, Ac. Ac.
LO Iii kins Pine Butter,
4i> bushels Onions-in bags.
Ki boxes Scaled Herrings.
20 boxes Scgars,
f>() pounds Spanish Smoking Tobacco,
Pipes, Spoon-, and a variety of other ar?
?S"iT Sale without reserve. Feb 20.
The City of Columbia vs. Es tate J. J. Kin
sler.- 'Execution for City Taxes, $2,105.54.
BY virtue of the above writ of tieri facia*
to me directed, I will sell, before the
Court House in Columbia, within the legal
hours, on the Grst MONDAY and TUES?
DAY in March next.
The toUowing RH YL ESTATE, to wit:
Ono lot of Land, in the city of Columbia,
situated anil fronting on Richardson street
52 feet, more or less, and running back to
Assembly street 117 feet 4 inches; together
with the Pricks and Out-buildings there?
on; bounded South by thc old Branch
Bank lot, formerly owned by the Rev. Dr.
Adgcr, Wost by Assembly street, Northbv
lot of Dr. Frederick Marks and East by
A lot of Land, in Richland District, con?
taining two aeres, moro or loss, bounded
South by James Tarrar, West by tho road
loading to Butcher Town, North by lands
formerly owned by lt. N. Lewis and Dr. A.
W. Kennedy, and East by James M. Craw?
ford. Levied on as tho property of John
J. Kinsler, deceased, at the suit of the
City of Columbia vs. John J. Kinsler, de?
ceased. Ti rms cash.
A One-story Framed Building, 20 by 40
feet, fronting on Washington sheet, occu?
pied by F. Stavenhagcn as a dry goods and
shoo store. Levied on as tho propertv of
Scott A Heriot, at the snit of T' M. Bristol
vs. Wm. E. Scott. Terms cash.
All tho right, title and interest of John
IL Kinsh ir in fifteen (1,500) hundred acres
of bind, in Richland District, and all the
buildings thereon, about fourteen miles
above Columbia, on Cedar Creek-bounded
on thc South by lands of Joseph Douglass,
A. C. Row and James Lover; West bylands
of the Estate of Felix Turnipseed and
George Keith; North by lands of N. J.
Dubard, John Lever and Estate of Felix
Turnipseed; East by lands of A. F. Du?
bard and Joseph Douglass; levied on as
the property of John H. Kinsler, at the
suit of the Exchange Bank of Columbia
vs. John H. Kinsler. Terms cash.
Feb 9_j_ J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
"GET THE BEST!''
A T MANUFACTURER'S PRICES, at the
tY. COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE, near
Greenville and Charleston Railroad Depots,
Columbia, S. C.
A. R. COLTON, Proprietor.
?3- Parties wishing the UNIVERSAL
COTTON OINS and CONDENSERS for
next season, will do well to send in their
orders at once, to avoid delav.
j Feb 14 . Imo
JOHN H. HEISE,
O o ii lo c; t i <> nt o i*,
WHOLESALE <\ND RETAIL !
(BANDIES manufactured daily, at as low
J as eau bo laid down here from the
! North, i.ij- Corner of Plain and Marion
I streets. Fob_3 _
Ter..b \ Teas ! !
A T VERY HIGH PXVTCES.
I The very 'nest that eau bc had. Just re?
ceived by FISHER A LOWR.'.NCE.
RICE! RICE !
2TUERCES FRESH BEAT WHOLE
RICE, for cash onlv.
Feb Ll J. C." SEEGERS & CO.
AFRESH SUPPLY' just received and
for sale at WHOLESALE and on
DRAUGHT, for cash only.
Feb IS JOHN C. SEEGERS A i 0.
NO MORE CREDIT. We will sell for
CASH ONLY, at the lowest possible
rates. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Teh Bl_ _
4) pf BARRELS EXTRA and SUPERIOR
JU^J FLOUR, onlv for cash.
Feb 13 J\_C. SEEGERS A CO.
ALL persons having demands against
tho estate of the late JOHN D. HOP?
KINS will present them properly attested;
and those indebted will make payment to
nie, at Hopkins' Turn-Out.
PAUL G. CHAPPELL, Adm'r.
Feb 12 _ _tu4_
CHECKS ON NEW YORK
AND CHARLESTON, in suma to suit
purchasers, at .J premium.
Cash advanced on consignments of Cot?
ton and other produce.
Gold and Silver Coin, Bank Bills, Stocks,
Bonds, Coupons and Exchange bought and
sold bv EDWIN J. SCOTT,
Feb'lO tu In the Bank Building.
k 1-iL persons having demands against
J\_ JOHN BATES, deceased, will' hand
them in, legally attested: and all persons
indebted to the estate will make payment
to tho Executors, at Gadsden P. O-, or
Kingsville, Richland District, bv Express.
JOHN S. BATES.
Jan 15 tul3 Executors.
PER Schooner Carpenter:
2,000 bushels prime WHITE.and IEL
I ll H 1 <> I* O ,
liuibbls. EXTRA and SUTER. FAMILY
FLOUR- For sale low by
Feb 15 BROWNE <S?SCHIRMEB.