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Loncos, Jauuary 21.-rAdvices ???I? NOW
Zealand report s frightful massacre of the
whites by the natives at Poverty Bay.
PARIS, January 21.-The French Blue
Book suyo Franco is faithful to the princi?
ples of her foreign policy aud to her friend?
ship for Spain, and sincerely wishes her
well throngh the criais.
CHARLESTON, January 21.-Sailed
Steamers Saragossa, New York, and Pro?
PHILADELPHIA, January 21.-The Grand
Lodge of the Knights of Pythias is in ses?
sion hero. Pennsylvania order numbers
40,000. The Supreme Lodge of the order
meets in Richmond in March.
HAVANA, January 21.-A Florida recon?
struction Judge enjoined the Cuban tele?
graph through that State two days, causing
serious inconvenience in commercial and
shipping circles. Bonico del Commercio hat
not been resumed. Tho notes of the Spa?
nish Bank are discount. The financia!
aspect is inauspicious. Boyamo has beer
almost entirely oonsMmed. The conflagra
tiou. lasted three days. The inhabitant.'
fled to the woods. The insurgents nlst
burned Dael. Authentic details inaccessi
Afluir? In Washington.
"WASHINGTON, January 21.-In tho Senate
memorials ?were presented from New Jersey
Ohio and Connecticut, in favor of fomal
suffrage. Conkling introduced a bill for
bidding secret sales of gold and bonds b;
the Treasury. Wilhams offered the follow
ing amendment to the Constitution: Con
gress sholl'have the right to abrogate an;
restriction of the right to vote or hold offic
by State laws or Constitutions. No notion
Sherman, from the Financo Committee
reported a bill requiring National Banks t
furnish reports at least quarterly, made u
to any past day the Comptroller of tho Cut
renoy may designate; and prohibiting thee
from making loans on g- mbacks or cm
rency as collateral. A bi.i was also iutrc
duced making it penal to loan money o
greenbacks as collateral.
Thc Senate is considering the bill forbii
dingStates to tax railroad passengers; whil
the House is considering the bill to nllo
members of tho present session to fill tl:
West Point vacancies from the South.
Mr. Orton, President of tho Wester
Union Telegraph Company, has laid befoi
the House Committee on Post Offices, ti
day, a paper on tho proposed union of tl
telegraph aud postal system. This pap?
presented n thorough and exhaustive stat
ment of tho present condition of electr
telegraphs in Europe and America, Tl
company has evidently taken great pains
collect the most accurate information upi
tho subject, und the facts presented thor
from possess more than ordinary iuterc
and value. Tho statistics show that the
are a larger number of telegraph offices,
proportion to population, in this couutr
than in any other in the world; while
Europe there is but ono telegraph office f
every -41,650 of its inhabitants, in the Unit
States there is one for every 7,549. T
total number of telegrams transmitted
Europe, per annum, accordiug to tho ol
cial reports, is 18,683,000, at an expense
$15,286,000. The average cost being 81 I
cents per message. Tho Western Uni
Telegraph Company transmits 10,067,0
tolegrams per annum, at a cost of $5,73
OOO-being an average of 57 cents per mi
sago. The European statistics incln
inlftnd, international and transit messagi
and thus prosent a larger number of te
grams than ure actually transmitted, andi
same message is counted in several coi
tries; while those of the Western Uni
Telegraph Company are counted but on
although they may travel thousands of mi
in reaching their destination-making
proper allowance for tho duplication
counting. In Europe, tho actual numl
of despatches sent was 14,012,000, at
average cost of $1.09. [As this entire s'
ject is very voluminous, and not import
to tho general reader, wo suppress its f
Grant has written a letter to tho Repti
can Inauguration Committee, that if tl
consult his wishes, there would be no in
Wilson's army bill will make Shormai
General in tho place of Grant; Sherid
Thomas and Meado Lieutenant-Gener
Hancock r.nd Halleck Maj or-Gen erais, i
promotes to that rank McDowell, Pi
Schofield. Howard, Terry, Ord and Cac
In tho Houso, tho Speaker named
Census Committee. Garfield is Chaim
Tho Missouri election case was resun
the committeo reported iu favor of Swits
(Democrat,) but tho Houso decided
favor of Anderson, after a long contest.
The ropeal of tho tenure-of-offico
hangs firo in tho Senate. Tho action of
House, to-6'ay, in snubbing tho Elec
Committee, in tho Switzler-Ahdorson c
Treasury Counsellor Halo objects te
testimony of parties who sold or bot
cotton, regarding ownership at the tim
tho seizure. If the objection is susta
by thc Court of Claims, it will rule outs
$4,000,000, there hoing no other proof.
President Johnson's message, sent tr
Senate on Monday, names as his autln
for issuing his recent amnesty proclaim
the second section of article two of
Constitution. The President furni
precedents for hisj issue of tho atunes
tho previous amnesties of WashingU
tho participators in tho whiskey rebel
Adams to tho same persons, Madison t
Barataria smugglers, President Lincoli
the Southern rebels, and his own, in :
1867 and 1868, to tho same.
Commodore Tatuali, who commande
Confcderato "mosquito fleet," has ret?
to this country and is in New York.
FINANCIAL ANO COMWBUC1AL. .
COLUMBIA, January 21.-Salea of cotton
to-day 296 buies-middlings 27%o. i
NEW YORK, January 21-Noon.-Stocka
f.tcady but dull. Money 7. Exchange
\}\?. Gold 35 r'". Flour dull and drooping.
Wheat moderately active and unohauged.
Pork steady-new mesa 29.75. Lard dull,
at ?9|?@19??. Cotton firmer, at 29
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer; sales 3,300 halos,
at 29}.j-some sales ut 29^. Flour-State
and Western 5@10e. lower-superfine 5.60;
Southern drooping, at G.5()(f>7.00. Wheat
steady and firmer. Corn lesa active and
prices nncbauged-New Orleans white 85@
88. Pork firm ut 30(?>30>?. Lard firmer at
19j?4'(V^20. Whiskey dull-Western 1.10;
city 1.01. Governments closed steady.
South Carolina new bonds GO^j. Money
closed easy at 6(<?,7. Discounts 7($9. Ster- I
ling Oj.j. Gold 35;?u. Southern securities I
activa and generally higher. Stocka gene?
rally buoyaut, but unsettled at close.
BALTIMORE, January 21.-Cotton firm.
Flour dull and lower-superfino 6*4@7.
Wheut dull-good Pennsylvania 1.75. Corn
dull-primo white aud yellow 80. Bacou
shoulders 15. Lard 20.
CINCINNATI, Jannary 21.-Flour and corn
unchanged. Whiskey active, at 98. Pro?
visions firmer and higher. Mess pork extra
heavy sold nt 30. Bulk meats advanced
shoulders 12!.;'-closing }?c: higher. Bacon
advanced-shoulders 1334'; clear sides 17,l?
-holders ask '.,'e. more, but the market
closed strong. Lard 19?4'@20.
AUGUSTA, January 21,-Cottou market
quiet but firm; sales 500 bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, January 21.-Cotton quiet,
but firmer-middlings 28}.i(a'28}? ; receipts
MOBILE, January 21. - Cottou qui.it -
middlings28; sales 1,000 bales; receipts 416.
NEW ORLEANS, January 21.-Cotton active
and 1..C. higher-middlings 28?4'@28S?;
sales 6,500 bales; receipts 3,254. Gold 36)?.
Flour quiet and firm-superfine 7.75; double
7.25. Com scarce and higher-white 80.
Pork active, ut 31. Bacou firmer-shoul?
ders 15>.<; clear rib 18l?; clear 19. Whiskey
dull-Western rectified"95?1.02'.J. Coffee
firm-fair 14^@15^'; prime 16 >?.
LONDON, January 22-3. P. M.-Consols
93.L?. Bonds 75>?.
LIVERPOOL, January 21-3 P. M.-Cotton
active-uplands 11)4i Orleans 11?4.
HAVRE, Jauuary 21-Cotton opeus active
-on spot 133^; afloat 13G.
LIVERPOOL, January 21-Evening.-Cot?
tou closed active-uplands ll1.,'; Orleaus
11%; sales 18,000 bales.
Oflice of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOI.K IMPORT. OFTHESCHIEUAM AROMATIC ScnsArrs j
22 Beavan STKEET, NEW YOUR, NOV. 3, '63.
'/i? the I'eop'.e of the Southern Stotts.
When tho puru medicinal restorative now HO
widely known aa Wolfed bO?lEDAM SCHNAPPS,
waa introduced into tho world, ander tho ondorse
inent of 4,000 loading members of the medical pro?
fession, some twerity years ago, its proprietor was
well aware that it could not wholly ec capo the
penalty attached to new and useful preparations.
Ho, thereforo, endeavored to invest it with tho
strongest possible safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts to pirate it difficult
and dangerous. It was .submitted to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysis, ami pronounced by them
tho purest apirit ever manufactured. UH 'purity
and properties having beim tims ascertained,
samples of t li o article were forwarded to 10,000
physoiana, including ?ill the leading practitioners
in the United Statea, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation
and a report, of Ibo result, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of the most eminent medical men
in tbe Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had bing been wanted by
the profession, aB no relianco could be placed on
tho ordinary liquors of commerce; all of which
were more or loaB adulterated, and, therefore, j
unfit for medical purposes. - Tho peculiar excel?
lence and strength of the oil of juniper, which
formed ono of tho principal ingredients of the
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of tho alcoholic elemunt, give it, in the estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every
ntlu r diffusive stimulant aa a diuretic, tonic and
Theao satisfactory credentials from profesional
men of tho highest rauk were published iu a
condensed furiu, and enclosed with each bottle
of the Schnapps, as ono of tho guarantees#of ita
genuineness. Other procautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent waa obtained for tho
article, tho label waa copyrighted, a/?c simile ot
tho proprietor's autograph signature waH attached
to each labol and cover, Iiis ?anio and that of tho
preparation were embossed on tho bottles, and tho
corka were acaled with bia private seal. No article
had ever boen sold in thia country under tho namo
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in 1851; and tho
label was deposited, as his trade mark, in tho
United States District Court for tho Southern Dis?
trict of New York daring that year.
It might be supposed, Dy persons unacquainted
with tho daring character of the pirates who prey
upon tho reputation of honorable morchauta, by
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
tho protections so carofully thrown around these
Schnapps would have precluded the introductions
and sale of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to have stimulated the rapacity of impostors.
Tho trade mark of tho proprietor baa been stolen:
tho endorsement which bis Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alono received from tho medical pro?
fession has boen claimed by mendacious humbugs;
hia labola an bottles have been imitated, his ad?
vertisements paraphrased, his circulara copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorablo retailors, after
disposing of tho genuine contents of his bottles,
have tilled them np with common gin, tho most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus mado his namo
anil brand a cover for poison.
Tho public, the medical profession and tho sick,
for whom tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is
prescribed as a remedy, aro equally interested with
the proprietor in tho detection and suppression ot
theso nefarious practices. Tho genuino articlo,
manufactured at tho establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
barley of tho linest quality, and flavored with an
essential extract of tho berry of thc Italian
juniper, of unequalled purity. 15y a procesa un?
known in tho preparation of a.iy other liquor, it is
freed from every acrimonious and corrosivo ele?
Complaints have been received from tho leading
physicians and families in tho Southern States,
of tho salo of cheap imitations of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps in those markets; and travel?
ers, who aro in tho habit of uaing it as an antidote
to tho baneful influence of unwholesome river
water, testify that cheap gin, pnt up in Schiedam
bottles, is frequently palmed off upon tho unwary.
The?agchts of tho undersigned have been requested
to institute inquiries on tho subject, and to for?
ward to him tue names of such partios as they
may ascertain to bo engagod iii the atrocious
system of deception. In conclusion, tho, under?
signed would say tb >t ho has produced, from tinder
tho bands of the most distinguishes men of
iscionee in. America, proofs unanswerable of the
'purity and medicinal excellence of tho Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that ho has expended many
thonsand dollars in surrounding it with guarantees
and safeguards, which he designod should protect
tho public and himself against fraudulent imita?
tions; that ho has shown it to be the only liquor in
the world that can bo uniformly dopoinled upon
as unadulturated; that he has challenged investi?
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its forms: and from every ordeal tho prepa?
ration which bears his name, seal and trado mark,
has como off tri. iphant. Ile, theroloro, feels it a
duty he owes to ais fellow-citizens generally, to
tho' medical profession aud the sick, to denounce
and expoao tlio Charlatans who counterfoil thcao
evidences of identity, and he calls upon tho press
and tho-public to aid him in bin efforts to remedy
so great au ovil.
The following letters anil certificates, from the
leading physicians and chemists of thia city, will
provo to the reader that nil goods Bold by thc
undersigned aro all thev are represented to be.
I feel bound to say, that I icgard your Schnapps
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pure,
and deserving of medical patronage. At all cvetitn,
it is tho purest possible article of Holland Gin,
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may be
safely prescribed bv plnsicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
?6 PINE STREET, NEW Youie, Nov. 21, 1867.
Uilolpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DEAK SUI: 1 havo made a chenno 1 examination
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, with
the intent of determining if any forcigu or injurious
substanco had been ?dri.-d to tho sinple distilled
DEAR Sin: Tlie want of pure V:nes and Liquors,
:or medicinal purposes, han been If ng felt by the
profession, and thousands of lives nave been sac?
rificed by tho use of adulterated articles. Delirium
tremens, and other diseases of the brain and
I nerves, so rife in this country, aro very rare in
Km ope; owing, in a great dorree, to the difference
in the purity of the spirits sold.
We have tested the soveral articles imported
and sold by you, including your Gin, which you
sell under tho name of Aromatic Schiedam
Schnapps, which we consider justly ontitlod to thc
high reputation it has acquired in this country;
and, from your long experience as a foreign im?
porter, your Bottled Wines and Liquors should
meet with tho same demand.
Wo would recommend you to appoint sonic of I
tho respectable apothecaries in different parts of
the city as agents for the salo of your Brandies'
and Wine*, where tho profession can obtain tho
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise, wo
remain vour obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Profespor of Surgery,
University Medical College, New York.
J. M. CABNOCHAN. M. D., Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Snrgeon-in-Chief to the State Hospital,
etc.. No. 14 East lGth street.
The examination lias resulted in thc conclusion
that thc sample contained no poisonous, or harm?
ful admixture. I have been unable to discover !
any truco of the deleterious substances which aro
employed in the adulteration of liquors. I would
not hesitate to uso myself, or to recommend to
others, for medicinal purposes, thc Schiedam
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjectionable
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) ? CHAULES A. S??1.Y, Chemist.
NEW YORK, 53 CEPAR STREET, Nov. 2t!, 18C7.
Lrd:>lpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DEAII Sin: I have submitted to chemical analysis
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which I took
from a fresh package in your bonded warehouse,
and find, as before, that the spirituous liquor
?H free from injurious ingredients or falsification;
that it has thu marks of being aged and not re?
cently prepared by mechanical admixture of j
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. P. MAY Lb, Chemist.
NEW YORK, Tueadav.lMay \.\Udoipho Wolfe, Esq.
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. D., No. 70") broadway.
H. P. DEWEES, M. 1)., No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WORSTEU, M. I)., No. 120 Ninth street.
NELSON STEELE. M. 1)., No. 87 Bleecker street.
JOHN O'REILLY. 51. D., No. 230 Fourth street.
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of tho Princi?
ples and Practico of Surgery, New York Medical
College, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, and other*.
The proprietor also offers for sale
Bottled Wines ami Liquors,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for I
medicinal usc. Each bot tle has his certificate of j
Nov 12 3mo UDOLPHO WOLFE.
Get The Best.
WEBSTER'S Pictorial, Unabridged, Quarto
DICTIONARY, a large supply just received
from tho publishers. For Hale by
Jan 17 HUYAN A MoOARTER.
0. D. V.
PARTICULAR attention is called to the qualitv
of tho LIQUORS and WINES for salo at my
store. I guarantee purity and strength, in all
cases, and the finer grades aro unsurpassed in
flavor and boquot by any in these United States.
Pinct, Castillon & Co.'s. and Otard, Dupuy A
Co.'s, puro FRENCH BRANDIES.
Gleulioat Scotch Whiskey-"Peat Reek."
Holland Gin, Jamaica Rum, Antigua Rum.
Fine Sherries, Madeira and Malaga Wines.
Hocheimer A Lubfrau Milch, Choso Claret, Ac,
English and Scotch Ales and Porter.
Jan 17 GEO. SYMMERS^
pf/\ BBLS. PINK-EYE PLANTING POTATE?,
Zj\J just received and for Halo by
Jan 14 J. AT. R. AGNEW.
EQUAL to Oil Paintings, in beauty. A NEW
VARIETY from Europe at low prices.
A fino lot of PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, all
prices. For sale at BRYAN A MoCARTER'S
.Inn 17 Bookstore.
WHAT YOU DRINK.
OUT of thirty-eight Hpecimens of Bourbon
Whiskey recently enhniitted to a chemical
analysis, at tho various saloons in New York, only
two "were pure. Tho undersigned ventures to
assert that his LIQUORS and WINES aro as puro
as any sold in the United States. As for his ALE
and LAGER BEER, it is without adulteration;
and ho wishes to submit it to any chemical analy?
sis. It imparts permanent strength to wonk sys?
tems and invigorates delicti to constitutions. Drink
his Deer; you will enjoy the greatest of blessings -
health, and prolong your lifo,
.lan 10 JOHN 0. SEEGERS.
Trophies to the Victor.-Another Cuse
Cured.-Bead it, Sufferers.
T\B. E. H. HEINITSH-DEAR Sra: In accord
XJ ance with my promise, I givo you the certifi?
cate of cure in my case. I had Chills and Fever
for moro than three months, in which timo my
loss o? work was equal to $IC0. I took only ono
bottloof your "CHILL CU RE" and I nm entirely
cured; my heath restored. Tho only objection I
have to it is that it incrensed my nppetite far be?
yond mv means to supply it. Otherwise, it is the
best Chill and Fever Curo known. Yours truly,
Jan 1!) HENRY DANIRLS.
BEWARE OF DECEIT,
ifpfcv !/*"S AND call at tho Columbia leo Houso,
CUM?f you want good and frosh NORFOLK
^SiJ^ OYSlERH, at 00 cents per qnart. I am
receiving daily, direct from Norfolk, by Express.
Dec 17 JOHN D. BATEMAN.
NEW Gr O ODS .
"^y^E have j nat received a large supply ( f
And other DRESS GOODS, purchased for cash, at
groatly reduced prices.. We aro now offering
great bargains in these goods. Tho Ladies will
find it greatly to their advantage to give us a call,
as we can assure them we will ;;ivo thom bar
J. H. A M. Ii. KIN AMD.
li VIDT'9 SI
PCBOIIASEB FKOM j?
li. E. JACKSON, 8
IX VEO STABLES. ?fi
_O_ fcl *
MAIN STREET, DAVIS* ROW.
BULK. NEW ORLEANS SVltUP,
5 kilda, of Prime New Cr >p Criba Molasses,
50 bbls. ot Piuk-Eye Planting Potatoes,
50 bbls. of Fine and Medium tirades of Flour,
10 hhda. of Prime C. ll. Sides,
5 hhds. of Prime Shonldi rc,
20 boxes Dry Salted Meat.
50 boxes Factory and English Dairy Cheese,
50 bbls. Refined Sugars-A, 15, C, Crushed
100 packages Mackerel- Nos. 1, 2, 3,
5 bales Heavy Gunny Bagging,
50 coils Half-inch Manilla hope.
Cotton Tics of all description.
20 BBLS. of PRIME OLD CORN WHISKEY,
received from North Carolina, and warranted to
bo something fine.
A large stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
LIQUORS constantly on hand, including FINE
CHAMPAGNES, ALES, PORTER and BITTERS,
all of which will be sold wholesale and retail.
The attention of Country Merchants, aa well aa
Consumers, is especially called to this stock.
Dissolution ol' Copartnership.
fTMIE partnership heretofore existing under thc
X name of FISHER ?V LOWRANCE is this day
dissolved, by mutual consent.
E. H. FISHER,
Jan 12 R. N. LOWRANCE.
A COPARTNERSHIP has this dav been entered
into botween FISHER & LOWRANCE and
JOHN FISHER, former President Branch Bank o?
tho State of South Carolina, under tho name and
stylo of FISHER, LOWRANCE ,V FISHER.
E. II. FISHER,
R. N. LOWRANCE,
Jan 12 .ions' PISHEJt.
C1UEDITORS a.ul DEBTORS of tho firm of
I FISHER A. LOWRANCE will make BCttlemont
with the undersigned. ._
Jan 12 FISHER, LOWRANCE .V FISHER^
r7?? BBLS. PINK-EYES. PRINCE ALBERT'S,
i (J Jackson Whitos, and Early Goodrich, in fino
order and for sale by E. & G. D. HOPE.
Under order of Judge of Probate.-Bilae O. Gib?
son, by his next friend, vu. Henry B. Gibson, et
al.-Summons in Partition.
IN pursuance of an order mado by Wm. llutscn
Wigg, Judgo of Probato for Richland County,
directed to me, I will soil, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in February next, in front of tho Court Houso in
Columbia, within tbs hours.
All that DOUSE AND LOT, in tho city of Co?
lumbia, bounded on the North by the residence of
tho lato John H. Pearson, deceased; East and
South by lands of John W. Parker, and West by
Marion Htrect; containing ono-third of au acre,
more or les?, being the house and lot of which the
late O. J. Gibson (lied possessed.
TERMS or SALK_Cash enough to pay taxes now
duo and expenses of these proceedings, and two
fifths of thc bid; tho bataneo in one, two and three
years, seeur? d by bond and mortgage of tho pre?
mises. Purchaser to keep premises insured and
assign the policy to thc Judge of Probate, and to
pav for nt am ps and papers.
Jan 10 mth P. F. FRAZER, S. R. C.
Under order nf Judge of Probate.-Ex. parte Ed?
ward Hunt, Administrator.-Petition fur Sale of
IN pursuaneo of an order made by Wm. Hutaon
Wigg, Judge of Probate for Richland Countv,
directed to mo, 1 will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
in February next, in front of the Court House in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that lot of LAND, with improvements, situ?
ated on Main street, in the city of Columbia, and
fronting thereon - feet - inches; bounded on tho
North by lands now or lato the property of W.
McAlister, East by-? South
by-sud West by said Maiu
or Richardson streot, and contains one-of an
acre, moro or loss; heine tn o lot of land of which
Henry Hunt, deceased, died possessed of.
THUMS OF SALK.-Cash sufficient to dofray all the
expenses of these proceedings; balance ona credit
of ono year, with bond with good security, and
mortgage of tho premises. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. P. F. FBAZEE, 8. It. C.
Jan 10 mth
Under order of Jndge of Probate.-Patrick Flynn
and Hetty Flynn, bis wife, vs. Coleman Walker,
Elizabeth A. Walker, bia wife, el aL-Petition
Ifor Sale of Heal Estate.
N pursuance of an order made by Wm. Hutsou
. Wigg, Judgo of Probato for Richland County,
directed to mo, I will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in February next, in front of tho Court Houso in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that lot of LAND, in tho city of Columbia,
containing upwards of one-half acre, fronting on
Richardson streot 70 feet, more or less, extending
back 278 foot, moro or less, towards Sumter street,
and bounding to tho North on lot formerly occu?
pied by James Rush, to tho East by tho same, to
the South by lot formerly of Levi Ashford, and to
tho West on Richardson street.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for etampa and
r?pera. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Jan 10 mth
Estate Sale and Renting ol Lands.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Court of Equity,
the undersigned will rent, to the highest bid?
ders, at Fairfield Court Houae. on tho FIRST
MONDAY in Febrtiarv next, at 12 M.. tho following
PLANTATIONS, bolonging to tho estate of
Nicholas A. Peay, deceased, for tho year 1800-to
The HOME PLACE, containing about 1,000
The Graham Place, containing about 2,000acres.
Tho Dutchman Creek Place, containing about
The Belton Place, containing about 4,000 acres.
Tho Ross Pisco, containing about 2,500 acres.
The Flint Hill Place, containing about 1,800
Renters will be required to give notes, with two
good sureties to each, or liena on tho cropa, as
thev may prefer.
We will also soil, to tho highest bidders, for
cash, on TUESDAY, the 2d day of February next,
and the days following, commencing each day at
ll A. M., at the several places above named, in tho
order above given, commencing at tho Homo
Place, all tho PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging
to thc said estate, consiating of:
35 head or MULES and HORSES,
100 head'of Cattle, more or lesa,
A lot of Corn, Fodder and Cotton Seed,
Waggons, Cotton Gins, Plantation Utensils,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac.
C. DURHAM FORD,
JAS. M. RUTLAND,
Jan 13 Executors.
Watches, JEWELRY, Spectacles, Etc.,
NEXT noon TO rumxix OFFICE,
MA IX STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
CJ[2 TUE undersigned bas on hand,
luLJ tisfca,,u *8 constantly receiving, a ' i
i^Vl> * I <B?i ampi 'i aaaortmont of GOODsC
in tho above line, and will diapoae of them at';^.v
fair prices. As he ia a practical jeweler, his arti?
cles can bo depended upon. His stock of SPEC?
TACLES is unsurpassed, and suited to any ago or
eye. Give bim a call and inspect his stock.
Jan 15 Sign of tho Groen Spectacles.
The Due West Female College.
THIS is ono of tho moat flourishing
Institutions in the Stato. Pupils re
^ciivcd at any time, and charged from
?timo of entering.
Ti'inoN-including Latin and French,
$4.00 per month. Boarding, including
fuel and washing, $11.50 per month.
Dec 15 tuHlmo J. I. BONNER, President.
FIRS ! FIRE!!
7ETNA FIRE INSURANCE
C O M> P A N Y ,
// A R T F ORD, CO N N.
1 nc o i ?HI i :i ( i <! IS19. - - - Clim ie. Perpetual
Cash Assets. 5,000,000
Tho STRONGEST Fire Insurance Company in
thc United States.
North American Insurance Company,
Capital and Assets.$500,000.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent,
Offico at Kinard's, Main street, Columbia, S. C
Jan 3 3mo