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LONDON, January 4?-Iuj|p0rtant
Fenian documents, discovered at tho
headquarters in Paris, have been cap
tared anU sent to England.
Tho resent diplomatic notice from
St. Petersburg, regarding the East?
ern question, has a warlike signifi?
cance. The Roman conference bas
The.Sultan protests to Napoleon
against Russian agents endeavoring
to excite revolt among his Christian
Austrian despatches from Alexan?
dria, state that Theodore having
yielded, the Abyssinian expedition
will be suspended.
CHARLESTON, January 4.-Arrived
to-day-Steamer Champion, New
York. Sailed-Steamer Charleston,
New York; steamer Sea Gull, Balti?
more; schooner Nellie Bowers, Bos?
ton; schooner Annal1 j etc lier, Mobile.
WASHINGTON, January 4.-Gov.
Bullock, of Massachusetts, in his
message, says: Let us, then, hear no
moro of confiscation and attainder
for tho Southern masses; let us make
an end of illiberal and unfriendly
legislation, and while compromising
no principle for which we nave con?
tended, 1st us restore the lately in
rebellion, to equality of rights, as
speedily as is consistent with, the na?
tional safety. He concludes with a
long eulogy of Grant, with strong
expressions regarding his fitness for
Internal revenue receipts to-day
$1,090,000; for the week $6,250,000;
for the year $104,126,000. Govern?
ment disbursements, for December:
Civil lists $4,750,000; interest on
public debt 88,125,000; war $13,000,
000; navy $3,000,000; interior $1,
000,000; total $805,000,000.
The Committee on Foreign Affairs
will introduce a resolution, early next
week, calling on the Government td
demand the release of Father McMa
hon, imprisoned in Canada, charged
with Fenian ism.
Sherman's funding the national
debt bill excites severe criticism in
financial circles; it is estimated that
it will cost 611,000,000 in commis?
sions to fund the debt as proposed.
Howard's report to Grant, covering
letters from tho Sooth, don't credit
the wide-spread destitution repre?
sented,-, and says last year, Southern
gentlemen estimated that it would
take 82,000,000, whereas 8500,000
met the necessities. He- thinks this
year's distress wont prove so strin?
gent as represented by Governors
Orr, Humphreys and others; but be?
fore spring, there will doubtless be
suffering in South Carolina, Missis
sippi, Louisiana and small sections
of other States. He urges the Presi?
dent and Congress to inaugurate a
system of relief, which wont pau
perize the people. Howard, with
Grant's approval, has directed sub
commissioners to relieve absolute
distress, and has directed purchases
of corn for distribution in tho most
needy sections. No bureau officers
will bo retained South, except upon
representations of sub-commissioners
that their services are imperatively
Governor S wan n's message repre
Rents the assessed value of property
in Maryland, as lower than before
the war, notwithstanding emancipa
RALEIGH, January 4.-The Con?
servative Executive Committee has
c?Dfekthe Stato Convention of con
BOrJ^?ves to meet in Raleigh, Febru?
NEW louie, January 4.-Wm.
Crowley, a prominent sporting man,
was shot dead by his mistress to-day;
cause whiskey and jealousy.
Specie exports to-day $1,250,000.
PHILADELPHIA, January 4.-Wm.
Muser, publisher of the Sunday Mer?
cury, has been sentenced to niue
months' imprisonment and 8500 fine
CINCINNATI, January 4.-Tho stern
wheeler Harry Dean, hence for Mari?
etta, exploded to-day and was burned;
many were hurt and five killed.
MEMPHIS, January 4.-Leftwitch,
conservative, has probably been
RICHMOND, January 4.-In tbs
Convention, to-day, the following re?
solutions of inquiry were referred:
Of limiting thc time of hired labor to
eight hours; of scaling all debt in
curred previous to April, I860, at
twenty-five cents on the dollar; of
. levying no poll tax; of requiring for?
eigners to resido in the State ten
years before voting; of legalizing tho
birth of children born of parents in
slavery, so they may inherit proper
ty; of admitting colored persons to
colleges; of selling the Military In
st ilute, and devoting the proceeds to
tho educational fund. Tho news
papers were severely denounced for
misrepresentations of the members
and speeches in tho Convention. Ad
The city has been quito livoly with
newspaper fights to-day; ono occur
ring between a reporter of the Ex
amincr and the correspondent of the
New York Herald, and one between
reporter of the Dispatch and tho of
iicial reporter of tho Convention, i
which a member of tho Convention
and another reporter joined; nose
rious damago done, and all tho par
ties were arrested.
Major Poe, Chief of Police, was
before the Minmry--Commission, to?
day, charged by Rev. J. W. Hanni-1
cu|, with giving information ' which |
was, untrue, tb .> correspondent of a j
New ^o?k papen relative' to an al?
leged incendiary speech by thad in?
AUGUSTA, January 4.-Conserva?
tive meetings are being held in va?
rious i>a?-tb of the State, approving]
the proceedings of the Macon Con
vontion, and for the purpose of form?
ing clubs preparatory to the ap?
proaching ?lection on reconstruction
of the State Constitution. A meeting
of citizen* of this County, was held
this evening, approving the proceed?
ings of the Macon Convention. A
resolution was passed, thanking the
President for the removal of General
Pope, and expressing confidence in
General Meade's military administra?
tion of the Reconstruction Acts.
The body of an unknown white
man, was found in a creek near the
city, in a decomposed state. He was
murdered and thrown into the creek.
NEW Qsz&iss, January 4.-Tho
State Auditor and Treasurer have
been notified not to pay the public
printer, or creditors of tho Conven?
tion, until the officers and members
themselves have been paid. An ordi?
nance has been passed in the Con?
vention, fixing the penalty at 25 per
S..and 10 per cent, per month for
ult of payment as prescribed,
de fourteen of the constitution
was adopted as follows: The rights
announced in this' title shall not be
construed to limit other rights of the
people not herein expressed. Arti?
cles, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen and
eighteen, define the qualifications of
the State Legislature-length, time,
place of meeting, ?fcc. The Finance
Committee reported their inability to
negotiate a loan, and asked to be dis?
charged-no action taken on this.
Cromwell, (colored,) offered a resolu?
tion, to appoint a committee of three
to inform Congress that the Conven?
tion had been sitting three days,
without being able to raise means to
defray its expenses; also that the
Convention adjourn until the views
of Congress upon this matter be as
osrtained. This created confusion,
and the Convention finally adjourned
till ll A. M. on Monday.
FINANCIAL AND COHMEUCIAL.
NEW YORK, January 4-Noon.
Flour a shade firmer. Wheat very
firm. Corn a trifle higher. Oats lo.
better. Lard firm, at 12^@13>^.
Cotton steady, at 16&@17. Freights
firm. Sterliug 10>?@10>?. Gold
7 P. M.-Cotton decidedly less
active and about W lower; sales 2,000
bales, at 1G#. Flour firm, at 8.75@
10.65. Wheat very firm, with mode?
rate business. Corn-Western mixed
1.38(2)1.40. Pork quiet-mess 21.18.
Freights firm and quiet. Money
closed easy, at 6. Gold firm, at
BALTIMORE, Jauuary 4.-Cotton
buoyant, at 16)a- Flour in some de?
mand for shipment-super 8}?@ll.
Corn firm-white firstname.lastname@example.org; yellow
email@example.com. Oats dull, at 73@75.
CINCINNATI, Jauuary 4.-Flour
firmer. Corn dull-ear 84@85;
shelled S8; mess pork-old 20.00;
new 21.00. Lard 12?.,. Shoulders
9%@10; sides 12
CHAREESTON, January 4.-Cotton
quiet; sales 250 bales-middling 16;
MOBILE, January 4.-Sales of cot?
ton 1,100 bales; market closed quiet
-middling 14.? o ; receipts 944.
AUGUSTA, January 4.-The cotton
market active and firm; sales 870
bales; receipts 270-New York mid?
SAVANNAH, January 4.-Cotton
quiet; sales 439 bales; receipts 3,030
NEW ORLEANS, January 4.-Cotton
active-middling 15>?; sales 4,500;
receipts 1,869. Sugar firm-common
prime 13>a@13%; choice
14. Molasses active-common 55;
choice 80?82. Flour dull-super
fine9.25; choice 13.50(3114.50. Corn
firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork dull and nominally
21.00. Bacon shoulders 9j.i(3jl0;
clear U(7t>U}<. Gold 33@33>,<.
LIVERPOOL, Jauuary 8-Evening.
Cotton dosed still firmer, having ad?
vanced }? during the day-closing
uplands 7}?; to arrive 7!^; Orleans
7%. Manchester advices favorable.
Goods and yarns buoyant and ad?
vancing. Sales 20,000.
LiVEiiPOoXi, January 4-3 p. m.
Cotton more quiet.
Potash, Potash, Potash.
"TUST received, ono cask CRUDE FOT
tj ASH, Tor making Soap, cheaper and
better than the condensed Lye. For salo
by FISHER A HEINITSH,
K rv BOXES No. 1 Golden Chop FIRE
0\J CRACKERS, for sale low, by
Dee 21 E. A O. D. HOPE.
URBIX. EATING POTATOES, Jack
Bon -White, in fine order.
Dec 21 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Genuine Havana Segars.
5KAA CHOICE brands SPANISH
. OVJ VJ 8EGARS, for salo low, by
U<-c 21_E^fcO- ^Hp_PEi_
New Country-Cured Bacon.
HAMS, Sides and Shoulders, for salo by
Dec '21 E. A O. D. HOPE.
Hams and Breakfast Strips,
FRESH and good, at low rates.
_Deo 7_JOHN C. BEEPERS A CO.
Your beauty, your health, your ease
may bo restored, bv ming Helnitsh'a
JCT 41 THB->xit;c&e* of my Behool
'will be resumed MONDAY, Jan?
} Tor mn: English $40 for echo
lnstlo seer. English. Latin ?nd
7" Graek. pr French, ir desired,
$50. Fractions of a year, or term, propor?
tionally. Deductions made for absences
of more than one . week an account of
sicknsss. EsaruinatiwuH are conducted at
the end of each Quarter, at which the
parente have an opportunity of observing
the progress of tbe Pupils. Parties wish?
ing to inquire as to the training of my
Pupils are referred to tbe following gentle?
men, who have either had Pupils under
tay Instruction or attendes an examina?
Profs. Joseph LeConte, J. L. Reynolds,
W. J. Rivers and John LeConte; Maj. D.
B. Miller, Col. John T. Sloan, Mr. Joseph
Daniel Pope. Mr. Jonathan M. Blakely.
. Apply at Col. John T. Sloan's, or after
6th Jauuary at my School Room, opposite
Col. F. W. McMaater, au the lot of Mr.
James T. Sims. H. W. RICE.
Jan 3 t4*
COLUMBIA, S. C.
jmm^ THE next term of the sub
/fuSm. scriber's Snf??v>l -win comtncscc
^tyW^oi) TUESDAY, January 7, and
^?B9S?? continue twelve weeks, till
WgpFTUESDAY. March 81. Tho
<mkW rough instruction is imparted
in all the branches essential to the educa?
tion of young Ladies, both literary and
ornamental. New classes will bo formed
in Chemistry and Astronomy, Latin and
French, Drawing and Painting. Vocal
Music wil) ho taught to the whole School.
without extra charge, by one of tho ablest
Teachers in Columbia. Boarders will be
received, to whose improvement and de?
portment a parental care will be extended.
Number of Pupils limited to thirty. Pri?
vate lossons given in tho afternoon in tbe
School House, or Ht Pupils' residences.
Apply at South-west corner of Camden
and Pickene streets. \V. MULLER.
Jan 3_HC 13
On Both Sides of the Sea,
ASTORY of the time of OLIVER
CROMWELL and CHARLE8 I; by
the Scbonborg Cotta Family. Price $1.76.
Love in Letters; Edited bv Allan Orant.
The Huguenots, their Settlements, In?
dustries, Ac ; by Samuel Smiles, author of
"Lives of the Engineers," ?bo. Price $1.75.
Stones from Greek Mythology; by Rev.
J. Wood, of Edinburg, finely illustrated.
The Huguenot Family; a novel, by Tyt
ler, and some new London Novels, 25 and
50 cents each. For sale at
J*n 3_McCARTER'S Book s toro.
EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, can get BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ample time
Deo 27 MARY A. ELKIN St SON.
Old Government Java.
1 C. POCKETS Old and Choice Govorn
?\J ment JAVA COFFEE, for sale bv
Doc 21 E. ft G. D. HOPE.
Something New and Fine.
"BILL. A UP" SMOKING TOBACCO.
JUST received, a consignment of above
brand of TOBACCO, considered by
connoisseurs the finest in the market. It
is manufactured from the best Virginia
leaf, free from Btems, and some folk* who 1
have smoked it think that its iufiueuco im- I
Earts no small degree of the wit and I
umor of the celebrated "Bill" himself.
A trial, however, will convince any one of |
its superiority. For sale, in auv quantity,
by GEORGE SYMMEB8.
FRE8H BUTTER AND EGGS.
1 ClC. LBS. Fresh Mountain BUTTER,
It/y 75 dozen Fresh EGGS. At
Dec 24_J. C. JEEPERS ft CO.'S
Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!!
OKA DOZEN FRESH EOPS, for sale
ADV) bv E. & P. D. HOPE.
Dec 24 "_
Salt, Salt, Salt, Salt.
nf\f \ SACKS genuine LIVERPOOL I
0\J\J SALT, fresh from shipboard,
and ai ag low price as Wilmington Salt is I
lold by other parties. For sale by
Dec 12 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Drug? ?nd Medicines, wholesale and
retail, as ckoap as any city in the world, at |
Fisher ft Hoinitsh's now store.
Hoop Iron, Hoop Iron.
JU8T received, por Yumuri, from Liver?
pool, a full assortment of HOOP IRON,
from |@1| inches wide. For sale at great?
ly reduced prices, by
Dec 15 J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
VERY OLB JAMAICA RUM,
Ci OOD FOR EGG-NOG, at
\JC Dec 24 J. C. REEGERS ft CO.'S.
Scrofula, or King'i Evil, itj cured by
using Hcinitsh's Queen's Delight.
WHOLE, Half and Quarter Boxes best
4 boxes Lemons,
500 largo Oranges,
Fresh Macaroni, Sweet Oil, Fruit Can?
dies, Jellies, Ac.
Dec 12_JOHN C. SEEGERS ft. CO._
FOR SALE at the
l)?n't forget. Tho only euro cough
cure is Stanley's celebrated Cough Syrup.
Sold bv Fisher and Heinitsh.
6BBLS. Prime Whole CAROLINA RICE,
for Bale bv E. ft G. D. HOPE.
Powder, Shot, &c.
DUPONT'S RIFLE PONDER, in whole,
half and quarter kegs.
Dupont's Blasting, Duck Shooting, Eagle
and Diamond Grain Powder.
Drop and Buck Shot, Percussion Caps,
Flints, Guns, Pistols,'ftc, on hand and for
sale low by J. ft T. R. AGNEW,
Solo Agents for Dupont's Gunpowder.
FINE FAMILY BIBLES.
WE bavo a few very lino Oxford edi?
tions of tho FAMILY BIBLE, which
wo will sell AT COST. They wore sent us by
HYMN BOOKS and Prayer Books of
various styles of binding, foi- tho different
Writing Desks, Papotrics containing
Envelopes and Paper, perfumed-some?
thing new-a handsome Christmas pre?
sent, at . DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN'S
Doc 22 Bookstore.
II<:lnIt?h'a tim en'* Delight, for Tet?
ter, Pimples, Blotches, and Eruptions on
' BY D. C. FEIXOTT0 & BON.
We will sell, on MONDAY MORNING next,
the 6th instant, In front nf the Court
House, at 10} o'clock,
Two nair-acro Lota, near the South Ca?
rolina Railroad; bou nd ed South by Blos?
som street, West by Wayno street, and
North and East by lots of R. N. Lewis.
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one
year, secured by mortgage. Purchaser to
pay for papers._Jan 3 fm
Mule? Carriage? and Hame??.
BT A. B. PHILLIPS.
WILL be ?old, on MONDAY MORNING
next, the 6th inst., (Sale day,) at tho
Court House, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
9 GOOD PLANTATION MULES,
1 Light and nearly New Carriage, with
1 Double-seat Leather Top Phmton, with
1 Good Buggy Horse. Terms at sale.
S Good and Gen tlc Saddle and Harness
BY JACOB LEVIS. AUCTIONEER.
Susannah M. Pearse v?. A. W. Lowie, Ex'r,
PURSUANT to tbo order of tho Court In
the above stated case, I will offer for
salo, on the first MONDAY in January
next, at 10} a. m. precisely.
Tho BUILDING LOT on Main etrcot.
latoly occupied by Samuel Pearse, deceased
-bounded on the North by Samuel Gard?
ner; South by H. Hinricheon; Weet by
Main Btreet, front 28 feet, and East by
TERXS OF SALE-Cash enough to pay ex?
penses of proceedings; balance on a credit
of not loss than throo years, secured by
bond, mortgage and assignment of insur?
ance. Interest payable H cnn. an nu al Iv.
D. B. DKSAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
BY* virtue of sundry writs ot fieri facias,
to me directed, I will sell, on the
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in Janu?
ary next, before the Court House in Colum?
bia, within tho legal hours, the following
The HOUSE and LOT on the corner of
Gervais and Bull streets, in the city of Co?
lumbia, known as the late residence of tb?
defendant. The lot contains one and one
third of an acre, more or less, and bound?
ed aa follows: On the South by Gervais
street, on the East by Bull Btreet, on the
West by Dr. Leland's lot, and cn thc North
by Lady street.
Tho HOUSE and LOT on Washington
struct, ia the city of Columbia, known and
occupied as Lair Offices, containing one
half acre, more or less, and bounded on
tho South by Washington street, on the
West by the Court House lot, on tho North
by estate of R. W. Gibbes' and Dr. J. W.
Powell's lots, and on tho East by Mrs.
Konnerly's lot; levied on as the property
of John Bauskett, deceased, at the suit of
W. H. Gibbes. Wm. A. Harris, et al., vs.
John Bauskett. Terms cash.
Doc Wt _ _ P^W._GREEN, S. R. D._
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Haight v?. JIaight.
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
WILL be sold, under tho direction of
the Commissioner in Equity, tor
Richland District, on the 1st MONDAY in
Januaay, 1868, at Columbia, at the usual
hour and place of making public sales in
said city, ail that lot of LAND, with COT?
TAGE and improvements thereon, situated
on Bridge street, in the city of Columbia,
measuring 40 feet front by 208 feet deep,
more or less, (fronting Bridge Btreet,) and
bounded on the North by tho estate of B.
Reiley, on tho West by estate of B. Ridley,
on tho East by Susan Bostick.
A LOT fronting Bridge street, measur?
ing SO feet front by 208 feot deep, more or
loss, and bounded on the North by Mary
Irving, on tho West by Thomas B?rry, on
tho East by Joseph Taylor.
Terms-One-fourth cash;balance in one.
two and three years, Beonred by tho bond
of thc purchaser and mortgage of the
premises. Building to bo innured and
policy assigned. Purchasers to pay for
papers and stamps.
Nov 30j_Master in Equity.
Valuable City Lots for Sale.
JACOB LEVIN, Auctioneer.
Formerly owned by the late G. V. Antwerp,
in Hie city of Columbia.
WILL bo sold, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in January next, tho desirable LOTS
formerly owned by the lato Genet V. Ant?
werp, now the property of H. P,
DEGRAAF, consisting of:
That lot of LAND fronting on Richard
son street 50 feet and running back 175
feet, and bounded by said street, lands ot
Isaac Cohen, \Y. H. Dial and estate of John
Black. This lot may bo divided into two
That lot of LAND fronting on Richard?
son striiot, (known as tho Exchange Lot,)
being 58 feel in Iront und rear, und 170
feet in depth, moro (ir less, and bounded
by said street nod by lands of Boatwright
estate, F. G. DoFontalno and A. Palmer.
This lot may bo divided at sale.
That lot of LAND on the comer of Cam?
den and Gates street?, fronting on Camden
street, North, 35 feet, and on Gates street,
West, 85 feet, moro ur less, and bounded
by naid streets and by the Catholic burial
ground and lands of Dr. George Smith.
That lot of LAND on tho corner of Cam?
den and Marion streets, fronting on Cam?
den street 30 feet, and on Marion street
200 feet, more or loss, and bounded by said
streets and bylands of Dr. Tre/.evant and
Thomas J. Bawls.
That LOT on Arsenal Hill, fronting
South on Laurel street 30 foot, more or
less, and running back 208 feet 8 inches
bounded East by Haltiwanger and Wost by
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third of the pur?
chase money cash; the balance payable in
live years, with interest from tho day of
odlu al 7 por cont, per annum, payable
somi-annually, to be secured by bond and
mortgage Purchasers to pay for titles.
For further information, applv to
F. w. MCMASTER,
Attorney at Law, No. 5 Law Range,
Nov 23 a5||12 _ Columbia, S. C._
JACOB LEVIN, ACCTIONEEB.
J. W. Parker, ct al., vs. John L. Boat?
wright, et al.
IN pursuanco of the decretal order, in tho
above stated case, I will soU, beforo tho
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in January next, the following
VALUABLE CITY LOTS, belonging to tho
estate of the late John H. Boatwright, de?
ceased, to wit: .
LOT No. 1, on corner of Sumter and
Washington streets, fronting on Washing?
ton street MM feet ll inches, and on Suin?
ter street 208 feet 8 inohes; hounded Ea*t
by Lot No. 2, and North by Lot Np. 3,
Lot No. 2, fronting on Washington streot
104 feet )] inches, running back 203 teet 8
inches; bounded West br Lot No. 1, and
on the East by Columbia re??ale Academy.
Lot No. S\ fronting on Sumter street 104
feet; bounded South by Lots No. 1 and 2,
and running back 200 feet ll) inches; boun?
ded North by Baptist Church. On tb?
North-east corner, a small parcel, 20x30
feet, belonging to tho Baptist Church,
provonts the lot lrom bel?g a parallelo?
Terms of ?ale- Cash sufficient to pay
the costs of snit and expenses of sale.
One-third cash, balance in ono and two
Plats of property eau be seen at my
office. D. B. DBSAUSSUBE,
Dec M j_ C. B. B. D.
M. D. Wood, Administrator, ri VT., ve.
Mrs. Jane Beck, et al.-BiU for sale of I
Beal Ettal*, to pay Bebt?, Belief, Ac. 1
IN pursuance . .f the decretal order, in the
above stat?!?! caso, I will sell, before tho
Court Houw. vin tho FIB3T MONDAY in
J?nna i y itcxt, the following VALUABLE
CITY I'KO PEUT Y :
Lot No. 1, fronting on Richardson street
48 feot and back 417 loot 4 inches, and
bounded on the West by Assembly street.
On this lot there is a new bi lek store, with
front on Main street.
Lot No. 2. known as the "Mill Lot,"
bounded on the North by Laurel street,
I South by a lot of J. W. Parker, East by lot
of Thomas Boyne, South by lot of B. Bai?
ley. Said lot fronts 113 feet on Laurel
street, running back 107 feet.
Lot No. 3, on the South-west corner of j
Sumter and Laurel streets, bounded East
by Sumter street. South by Lot No. 5 es?
tate Book, West by the Mill Lot, North by
Laurel street, having a frontage on Laurel
street of 100 feet and on Sumter of 53 feet
Lot No. 4. bounded North by estate of |
C. Beck, East by Sumter streot, South by
formerly Bailey's-now Boyne's-lot, West
by tbe Mill Lot. Fronts on Sumter street
53 feet 10 inches, running back 100 feet.
Lot No. 5, the Home Place, bounded
North by Laurel street. South by Kev.
George Howe, East by Jacob Bell, West by
estato of Mrs. F. Trn.dewell, with a front
on Laurel street of 105 feet 5 inches, run?
ning back 208 feet 10 inches.
Lot No. 6, formerly known as the Dr.
Palmor Lot, bounded South by Blandina;
streot, West by estate of Tradewell and C.
IL Bryce, North by estato of Tradewell,
East by Ber. George Howe; fronting on
Blanding street 104 feet 0 inches and run?
ning back ?UH feet 8 inches.
Lot No. 7, bounded North by Taylor
street, East by James L. Beard, South by
Wannamaker's Lot and Lot formerly of I
Jesse Dent, West by Simon May and Bouk*
night; front on Taylor Rtreet 104 feet and
running back 210 feet 9 inches.
Lot No. 8, on Blanding street, bounded
on the North by Bailey's Stables, East by
a lot formerly owned by B. M. Palmer,
West by estate of John E. Marshall; front?
ing on Blanding street 7G feet and running
back 168 feet 8 inches.
Lot No. 9, fronting on Richardson street
GS feet 6 inohes, and 151 toet 8 inches on
Washington street. East by F. G. DoFon
taino, known as the At bona'uni Lot. On
this lot there is a large brick store occu?
pied by C. H. Baldwin & Co., and also
Moot's Drug Store and a store occupied by
0. D. Eberhardt. Tbero ia a right of way
in an alley on the South. If desired, tbir
lot will be sold in separate paree ls.
A TRACT OF LAND about 12 miles from
Columbia, of about 350 acres.
TKEMH OF HALI:.-Tho Lot on Richard?
son street, known as the Athen?um Lot,
and the Lot known as tho Dr. Palmer Lot,
Ereviously described, one-eighth cash;
alance in one, two and throe years, se?
cured by bond without personal surety
and mortgage of premises. The other
Lots, one-iitth cash; balauce iu one, two
and three years, bond and mortgage with?
out personal surety. Purchaser to pay for
papers, stamps, ?ch.
D. B. DESAUBSURE,
Dec 12 }10 0. E. R. D.
NOW IN USE.
JACOB LEVIN, Agent for tho PATAP8
CO GUANO COMPANY, is now pre?
pared to furnish tho Planters of South
Carolina with tho above named article,
from ONE BARREL to 500 TONS.
Circulars, explaining its properties, with
quantity applicable to the soil upon which
it ia to bo used-certificates of numerous
Planters having used it in tho culture of
Cotton, Wheat, Rye, Corn, Tobacco, Pota
I toes, Grass, Ac.-can bo had at my office,
corner of Assembly and Plain streets
North corner of new Market.
100 barrels now in store, and will be sent
to any part of tho State. Orders respect?
fully solicited. JACOB LEVIN,
Dee 8 timo Agent.
Ladies' Industrial Association.
MME. DEMOREST'S Rulletin of Ladies'
and Children's Fashions, for fall and
winter, with naper patterns; also. Hair
Crimpers, Needles stuck like Pins, Markinj
Cotton and various fancy articles. Oct :;1
The "Queen's Delight" Almanac
JUST PUBLISHED, a now and interest?
ing CALENDAR for tho people, con?
taining much valuable information; a book
for everybody-a guido to long life, health,
wealth and happiness. Cull and get one,
at the Store. FISHER A HEINIT8H,
Nov li) Druggists.
" MATE BILLS,
fi REENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
VX ROAD BONDS, (guarantee,) wantod
by THOS. E. GREGG fi CO.
?For sale, FIRST MORTGAGE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD BONDS. Oct 13
New Presbyterian Hymn Books.
JUST received, an assortment of the
now Southern PSALMS and HYMNS,
in plain and lino bindings. For sale at
Dec 21 R. L. BRYAN.
ALL parsons having claims against tho
estato of ELIZABETH HARRIS, de?
ceased, will present tho same properly
attested, and all persons indebted will
make payment to_,
JOHN PRESTON, Ju.,
Nov0sthl8 Qualified Executor.
Painted Cotton Ties.
TRY DILLON'S UNIVERSAL TIE.
It is tho most simple,
The most economical, and
The best TIE in use.
For salo by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
SALES OTHER DAYS.
Bacon Sides, Strips, Barn? and Shoulders.
BT D. C PEIXOTTO ft SON.
WE will sell, on TUESDAY MORNING,
tho 7th inst., at 10 o'clock, at our Auc?
5,000 lb?. C. R. BACON SIDE8,
3,000 Ibo. Sugar-Cured N. Y. Strip?,
1.600 ?. ?. Baille*, fine,
2,000 lae. Prime Bright Shoulders,
50 Fine Hame,
40 boxes State Cheese,
10 kits Mackerel,
10 tubs Lard,
15 bags Rio Coffee,
10 boxes Colgate Family Soap,
SO " ,r Toilet Soap,
20 drum? Fino Figs, 4 lbs. nach,
1 cask. 30 gal., Sweet Malaga Wine,
1 " M Madeira Wine,
1 cask, 42 gal., New England Rum,
1 cask, 32 gal.. Sherry Wine,
20 cases Bottled Lager.
Sundry articles of FURNITURE, con?
And many articles useful in bouse-kooo
An assortment of DRY GOODS, Cloth?
ing and Blankets, to close out consign?
ment. Term? cash._Jan 5
United States Internal Revenue,
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
COI.LECrOR'H OFFICE, 3D DD3T., 8. C.,
COLUMBIA. December 28, 1867.
NOTICE io hereby given to all con cern od
that on TUESDAY, January 7, 1868.
mt 10 o'clock A. M., I will sell, at the United
States Bonded Ware-house, in this city,
the following property:
1 STILL, W J RM and CAP: 60 lbs. Old
Iron. Property of John Coogler-sold for
Three Stills, Worms and Caps; 2 kegs
Whiskey; 1 Pump; Gallon Measure; Half
Bushels; Funnels, Ao. Seized a? the pro?
perty of James Bichar?s, by tb? military
authorities, tor violations of law, and or?
dered to bo sold for taxes; also, 3 barrels
and about 60 gallons of Spirits. Levied on
as property of Janies Richards, and sold
One lot of Lager Boer Barrels, about 40
fallona Spirits, Bar-room Fxtures, Old
ron, Tools, Ac. Seised as the property of
I. Griesbaber, by the military authorities,
fer violation of IWveuue Laws, and order?
ed to be eold for taxes.
A. S. WALLACE,
Collector Sd District, South Carolina.
Bonded Tobacco and Begars.
BT JACOB LEVIN.
ON TUE8DAY MORNING next, I wiU seU,
at the United States Bonded Ware?
house, immediately after the sale of sun?
dries, to pay taxes,
5,000 8UPERIOR SEGARS,
500 lbs. Very Fine .Smoking Tobacco,
pure Virginia Leaf, in pound and hau
pound packages._Jan 5
Adams, Frost & Co., Assignees, vs. R. N.
Richbourg.- Warrant to Levy on Crop
of 1867. .
BY virtue of a Warrant to levy on and
sell the crop of d?fendent, in the
above stated case, directed to me by D. B.
MILLER, Esq., Clerk of the Court of Com?
mon Pleas and General Seesions for Rich?
land District,, -ind in pursuance of an Aot
of the General Assembly ot South Caroli?
na, entitled "An Act to secure, advances
for agricultural purposes," I w?l sell, on
the second WEDNESDAY in January next,
(the 8th day of the month,) at the Planta?
tion belonging to the estate of Mrs- Mar?
tha K. Black, about twenty-two miles from
Columbia, within the legal hours, the
balanoe of the CROP of 1867, viz:
A quantity of FODDER and HAY, sup?
posed to be about 4,000 pounds.
A quantity of Shucks, supposed to be
about 2,000 pounds.
A quantity of Seed Cotton, supposed to
bo about 600 pounds.
A quantity of Cotton Seed, supposed to
be about 100 bushels.
A quantity of Corn, supposed tobo about
4 sacks Oats; 1 bale of Cotton. The bale
of Cotton wiU be sold at the Court House,
in Columbia, on the same day. Terms
cash. F. W. GREEN,
Dec 25 t S. R. D.
Copeland 8c Be arden
HAVE ON HAND
200 bushels SEED WHEAT,
50 bags Extra Familv FLOUR,
1,000 lbs. New Bacon HAMS,
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
Sugar, Ooffeo aud Molasses,
20 lillis. Golden and Bee-hive Syrups,
Bagging and Bale Rope,
200 sacks Liverpool Salt,
10 balcB Yarn. Nov 16
Steam Engine for Sale.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 35
horae power, in complete order; with
l'lue Boiler, containing 82 Flues.
Also, a CIRCULAR SAW MILL.
To be sold singly or together. Tho En?
gin? can be seen at the Congareo Iron
Works, foot ol' Ladv street.
Apply to R. MCDOUGAL,
N'ov i5 _ Columbia, S. C.
Orders to Sell!
Orv BOXES Low Grados TOBACCO.
OU 10 boxes Extra Fine Tobacco.
60 boxes Low Pricod Segars.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30 ALFRED TOLLESON.
The Quaker Liniment; the best lini?
ment for family use; can be used internally
and outwardly. It is-a great pam destroy?
er. It kills pain and all kinds of aches'
Sold hy Fisher St Heinitsh._
To Publishers and Journalists.
ALARGE amount of TYPE and JOB
MATERIAL for sale, in lots to suit
nurchasers. Terras i easosablo and cash.
Also, a flue nAND PRESS, prico $250; an
Adams Power Press, price $1,500; and a
Card Press, prico tlOO. Apply to
F. G. DEFONTAINE,
Carbuncles and bolls como from Im?
puro blood, Naturo throws ont these im?
purities of tho blood, which should be
regarded as a warning. Purify your blood,
by using Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
r?f\f\ BUSHELS COW PEAS.
?)UU FISHER St LOWRANCE.