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Cable De sp at enc?.
MAUMU, February IO.-Only one of the
Burgees' assassins was sentenced 'to death.
His case awaits the action of the Cortes,
which meets to-morrow for organization.
HAVANA, February 10.-Tho rebels have
destroyed a seotion of the railroad and oc?
cupy the town of Cameron, between Cion
fuegos and Villa Clara. There have been
several attempts at revolution in the Vuelta
Abajo region. The situation is becoming
grave. The Government is taking activo
measures to prevent the landing of rein?
forcements. Volunteers guard tho Havana
Arrests oontinue. Last night the police
searched several houses. Two companies
of regulars left Matanzas for Macaquan, to
suppress disturbances there. Vuelta Abnjo
A?Tairs In Washington.
WASHINGTON, February 10.-An applica?
tion was made in the Supremo Court for
writs of habeas corpus, for tho Tortugas
prisoners. The Court took no aotion.
At 1 o'clock the Senators, arm-in
arm, came to the House. Wado took tho
Chair, and Cc'.fax was seated near him.
Senator Conkling and Rrepresontatives
WilsoD, of Iowa, and Prim, acting ns
toilers. Prim road the Democratic votes;
Conkling and Wilson alternated, reading
the Republican votes. All went smoothly
until Louisiana was reached, wheu Wil?
liams, of Tennessee, objected-dedaring
no valid election was held. Tho joint session
federated, and the Hooso voted 12G to G7
to"conni Louisiana. The Senate, after a
severe struggle to draw in extraneous mat?
ters, voted to couut Louisiana. Both Houses
again met and proceeded with tho count till
Georgia was reached, when Butler objected,
because the Georgia Collcgo had not voted
on' the proper day, and for other rea?
sons. Much confusion ensued, which
Wado ended by ordering tho Senate to its
own chamber. The House then voted 1?0
to 40 for Georgia not to bo counted. Tho
Senate, aftor a most perplexing and laugha?
ble struggle, declared that in tho face of the
concurrent resolution, concerning Georgia,
the objeotion in the joint session was out of
order. Both Houses again met, when
Wade ordered Georgia to bc read ns di?
rected by the concurrent resolution. But?
ler objected. Wado would hear no
objection. Butler appealed from Wade's
decision, but Wado would allow no appeal
and ordered the couut to proceed. Butler
then moved that tho Sonate have permission
to retire, and insisted that they should con?
trol their own hall; ruled out of order.
Amid the most intenso excitement Wade
ordered the count to proceed. Conkling
commenced reading the result but his voice
was drowned by cries of order. At this
timo tho noise became deafening, when
Speaker Colfax sprang to tho desk proclaim?
ing that tho vice-President must bo obeyed
in joint session, and ordered thc Sergeant
at-Arms to arrest tho disorderly persons.
Colfax was ordering and appealing probably
two minutes, during which time thc Scr
gcant-at-Arms had distributed his men all
through tho Houso before, partial order
could bo restored. Tho reading of tho re?
sult and tho proclamation followed, when
both Houses separated. Tho Senate im?
In the House, Butler introduced a resolu?
tion that Wade's and tho Senate's action
was a gross invasion on tho rights of tho
House; which resolution was pending when
the Houso adjourned.
Generals Longstreet and Frank Blair arc
The House, last night, while considering
tho rovonue, adopted amendments giving
the commissioner authority to exempt dis?
tillers of apple, peach and grape brandy,
from the provissions of tho Act regulating
the manufacture of spirits, nt his discretion;
but not to reduce the tax; also placing the
compounders of spirits on a footing with
Governor Holden, of North Carolina, on
behalf of himself and other loyalists, tele?
graphs to tho North Carolina Senators to
opposa any reduction of tho army which
will reduce the Federal garrisons in North
Carolina. Congress did nothing until 1
o'clock, when tho Senate came to tho Houso,
where the count of tho electoral votes pro?
gresses. Tho Capitol is densely packed.
RICHMOND, February 10. The Rev. Hen?
ry A. Wise, Jr., died to-day.
CHAHXJBSTON, February 10. - Arrived -
schooner G. B. McClennon, Baltimore.
Sailed--schooners Sarah Cullen, Boston; A.
G. Ireland, Baltimore; \V. H. Cleary, Ba?
FINANCIAL AM> COUIHBRCIAli.
COLUMBIA, February 10.-An excellent
business done to-day in cotton-312 bales
having changed hands. Middlings brought
NEW YORK, February 10-Noou. -Govern?
ments strong. Money easy, at 7. Ex?
change 9>?. Gold 3iJ?. Flour dull and
5(//>10o. lower. Corn l@2c. better. Pork
dull and declining-now mess ;i;i. 25. Steam
lard declining-barrels 20;''Cotton quiet
und steady, at 30\@30)?. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Flour unsettled and a shade
lower-common to fair extra G0(?).G5. Wheat
scarcely so firm. Corn more activo and ad?
vanced. Pork decidedly lower-now 35 50.
Lard heavy and a shade lower-kettle 21(a)
21'.,'. Whiskey filmer, at98. Groceries dull.
Money easy, nt 6($7. Paper 7@8. Sterling
firmer, at 93%. Gold 35't!. Southern se?
curities quiet and steady. Stocks closed
D.vr/riMoiti;, February 10.-Cotton finn,
at :>U. Nothing doing in Hour. Wheat
good to prime 2.20(^2.80. Corn firm
white 92. Rye 50@55. Pork firm, at 34.00.
CiKonrN ATI, Feb rn ?ry 10.-Flour dull
family 7.25(3*7.50. Corn fH@66. Whiskey
firm, at 93. Provisions dull and heavj ;
sp?culation subsided-meas 84.00. Bac ou
nominally unchanged and but little out of
smoke-shoulders 15; rib sides 17}?; clear
sides 18 '.i'. Lard dull, at 20%.
NEW ORLEANS, February 10.-Cotton
more aotive-middlings29; sales 6,600 tales;
receipts 4,511. Gold 35%. Flonr easier
superfine 6.50; double 7.25; troble 7.87>?.
Corn firmer, at 70@t75. Pork quiet and
firm, at 35.50(a)36.00. Bi.con shoulders
15%; clear rib 18%; clear 19. Lard firm
tierco 20%@21; keg 22%@23. Sugar and
molasses fairly active and unchanged.
Whiskey and coffeo unchanged.
MoniLE, February 10.-Sales 750 bales of
cotton; receipts 1,039; low middlings 28.
AUGUSTA, Fobruary 10.-Cottou market
active, with sales of 1,060 bales-receipts
736; middlings 28^.
SAVANNAH, February 10.-Cottou quiet
but firm, with sales of 1,200 bales-mid?
dlings 29; recoipts 1,943.
CHARLESTON, February 10.-Cotton quiet
and unchanged, with sales of 400 balef
middlings 28%@29; receipts 837. .
LONDON, February 10-Noon.-Consols
unchanged. Bonds 77.
; LIVERPOOL, Fobruary 10-Noon.-Cotton
'firm-uplands 12>4'@12,%; Orleans 12)1(3)
LIVERPOOL, February 10-Evening.-Cot?
ton firmer but not qnotably higher-mid?
dling uphrnds 12>?(fcl2%; Orleans 12j.<(o)
1256; sales 15,000 bales.
HAVANA, February 10.-Sugar advancing
in consequence of tho recent disturbances.
At tho central depot, immunso orders wore
received from Americn. Nnmber twelve,
Dutch staudanl, 8%(oj9-holders asking
To the People of Richland County:
It may be considered a grave matter to
question the presentments of a Grand Jury;
but I ara compelled in self-defence to notico
certain allegations, made against me, as a
County officer, in tho presentment pub?
lished in the Phoenix on Wednesday morn?
Let me here promise that I do not in?
tend, in the remarks T may make, to im?
pugn tho motives or integrity of the gentle?
men ic inposing the jury, aa they base their
accusations upon information received by
them. What that information was I, of
course, have no means of knowing, nor hud
I any opportunity of meeting tho charges
brought against me, uor do I know whether
the information was derived from sworn
witnesses or picked np indiscriminately.
B.'.t to the facts upon which 1 rest my de?
fence as a Magistrate. The. first charge
alleges that I collected fees in State cases
iu advance; that "these fees were illegal,
being higher than those prescribed by law;
.that such a course was in violation of the
Acts of 1827and IS"'.). It is further alleged
that I have refused to issue warrants where
the fees were not paid in advance, thereby,
in some instances, stopping justice. " Thc
facts ns regards these charges, and upon
which I desire to justify, aro simply these:
That tho collection of fees, nnd the rates,
were in strict accordance with an agreement
made bjT tho three acting Magistrates of
this city at tho time it was made-which
agreement was signed by Magistrates Walker,
Nush and myself, and was rigidly ad?
hered to until lately; was rigidly adhered to
by all three of the parties. Tho agreement
was made while the State was under mili?
tary rule-utterly impoverished; in short,
when there was no State, and was approved
by the only authority to whom we could
then appeal-tho Military Commandant of
As to the oharge that I refused to issue
warrants, I solemnly aver, to tho best of my
knowledge and recollection, that I never
refused to issuo a warrant when tho prose?
cutor was unable to pay a fee; and this I
can provo by a young man who was at all
times in my office. Further, as regards this
charge, it is passing strange if I had refused
to issue warrants that the large majority of
the bills returned by the Grand Jury, at this
session, are from tho cases filed by mo in
the office of the Clerk of tho Court. When
it is remembered that there are four other
Magistrates acting in this city alone, be?
sides a largo number in other sections in
tho County, it would appear that instead of
withholding warrants 1 must huvo been
very zealous in procuring cases. In this
connection I beg leave to s:>.y that I firmly
believe I havo dono more gratuitous office
business for tho poorer and humbler classes
than any other Magistrate, and perhaps
more than ull of thom put together, lt hus
been my constant aim, in this regard, to pro?
tect the rights nud interests of tho humble
laboring classes, so far as the law could pro?
With regard to n violation of the Acts of
1827 and 1839, in relation to the collection
of fees from tho prosecutor, I quote the
following paragraph from tho Act of 1840:
"lu criminal cases, tho fees of Magistrates
and Constables must bo paid by the d?fend?
ent if found guilty; if not guilty, or tho pro?
ceedings be stopped at the instance of the
State, or tho Grand Jury find no bill, or
the Attorney holle pros., or the d?fendent
is unable to pay, then, if the said costs
hare not ficen paid hy thc prosecutor, they
will be paid by tho State." This clearly
shows that it is not illegal to collect the
costs from tho prosecutor. By the argu?
ments made by tho Magistrates of this city,
the State has been cavell a largo amount of
costs on assault and battery eases, and such
As regards tho charges made against me
as Coroner: If 1 were unfit for the otfico, it
is strange that I should be elected to that
position by a majority of 1,100 votes in a
commuuity among whom I have resided for
twenty years; especially when I neither
sought the nomination, nor el?olioueered for
the office, after I bad received it. In ref?
lation to the inquest on the body of Dallas
P. Smith, it is only necessary to refer to
the volume of testimony taken by me in the
case, and now filed in tho office of the Clerk
of tho Court-containing tho evidence of
twenty-eight witnesses taken and recorded
by me for flvo or six consecutive days-as
the amplest proof that I was not incapable
of discharging the laborious duties of that
inquest. There were two inquests in this
case progressing at tho same time-one held
by the late Coroner, and that hold by my?
self. The circumstances created some ex?
citement at the time, as I had requested
that a minority of intelligent colored men
might be placed on the jury. For this, I was
censured then, and havo been censured ever
since; but, in my opinion, tho cause of jus?
tice required such a course, as a colored
man was accused of tho murder of tho do
ceased. That the jury could not ugree
npon a verdict, was not my fault. It may
be said that, as it has been frequently
alleged, if the jury had beon composed en?
tirely of whito men, and I had examined no
colored witnesses, they might have agreed;
as iu the case o? tho other jury. But I could
not conscientiously discharge my duties in all
things appertaining to this inquest, other?
wise than by the course aforesaid. Had tho
jury agreed, there might have been nothing
resurrected against me.
As to the other charge, that of my situa?
tion, when I served a warrant upon the
Sheriff of this County, on a charge of per?
jury. This is doubtless founded upon the
evidence given by that officer iu a case on
trial last week. What was tho valuo of his
evidence on that occasion, may beestimnted
from the fact that his Honor, the presiding
Judge, rtded it out of tho testimony in the
case and so instructed thc jury. I may fur?
ther add, in this iustauce, that I visited the
Sheriff's office three times, for the purpose
indicated. On the second visit, I was ac?
companied by'myCoustable, and on my third
visit, when I found him, 1 was accompanied
by my sou. Both these witnesses eau testify
as to tho truth or otherwise of Iiis allega?
tions, in tho evidence he gave before the
Court. Although he alleged, in that evi?
dence, that he did not rend tho warrant, I
assert and can prove that he read it through.
But as this officer's character for virtue,
truth and integrity, is well known in this
commuuity, it is unnecessary to pursue this
I might say more in relation to the
charges referred to, but as I simply iuteud
to justify myself against the charges the
i Grand Jury considered it their duty to pro
? sent, I forbear to allude to the opposition,
. if not persecution, I have experienced, per?
sonally, and in my official position, on
! account of my political opinions.
W. B. JOHNSTON,
Magistrate and Coroner, Richland County.
The National in clliyencer of Inst week de?
votes seven full columns, in different arti?
cles, to encomiums upon the character of
Andrew Johnson, and tho vindication of his
official action. This certainly is a great
waste of words, to say the least. "Time
makes all things even," and tho nation will
yet do justice to the patriotic intentions
and incorruptible integrity of tho man; for
that he has been intlucnccd by patriotism
and honesty we verily believe. Ho has been
abused as no President ever was before, and
that, too, by tho very men who made him
vice-President, and for carrying out the
policy laid down by his predecessor whom
they glorify as a saint and martyr. He has
committed great errors, it is true, tho Con?
cord (N. H.) People says, ono in entering
into an "entangling alliance" with radical?
ism, and another in recognizing Congress
as a Constitutional Legislature, while a por?
tion of the States were denied representa?
tion, of both of which wo think ho has sin?
Wo learned at Shoe Heel, Robeson Coun?
ty, that a child of Mr. Washington MoArn,
living near that place, carno toils death in a
distressing manner, a few days ago. It
seems it was playing near tho door, wheu it
accidentally fell out into a tub of hot water
and was scalded to death. Tho stricken
parents have our heart-felt condolence in
their deep grief. - Wadesboro (N. C. ) A rgus.
A little daughter of Mrs. Ashecraft was
burned to death recently. Tho children
(two girls and their brother) wero in a gar?
den where thero was dry straw; tho little
brother sot firo to this, and tho sister at?
tempted to run through it, took fire, and
was so horribly burned as to bo beyond
medical aid.- Wadesboro (N. C.) Argus.
Colonel J. J. Ryan, one of tho most use?
ful citizens of Barnwell, breathed his last
on Monday, the 8th instant.
Office o? Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLE IMPORT. OFTIIKHCHIKOAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS
22 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK, NOV. 3, 'tis.
To the People of the Southern Stott s.
When tho pure medicinal restorative, now HO
widely known as Wolfo's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
was introduced into the world, under tho endorse?
ment of 4,000 leading members of tho medical pro?
fession, nomo twenty years ago, its proprietor was
well aware that it could not wholly escapo tho
penalty attached to now and useful preparations.
He, therefore, endeavored to invest it with the
strongest poa6iblo safeguard against counterfeit?
er?, tod to render all attempts to pirate it difficult
and dangerous. It was submitted to distinguish
ed chemists for analysis, and pronounced Ly thom
tho purest spirit ever manufactured, tts purity
and properties having boon thus ascertained,
?ampies of tho article wore forwardod to 10.non
phrwi ians, including all tho leading practitioners
in tho United states, fur purposes of oxperimi ni
A circular, requesting a trial ol tho preparation
and a report of tho result, accompanied each
spooimen. 4,000 of tho most eminent medical men
in tho Union promptly respondo I, t heir opinions
of tho article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, thoy ?aid, had long hoon wanted hy
thc profession, aa no relianco could ho placed on
thu ordinary liquor? of comnv<rco; all of which
were more or le?? adulterated, and, therefore,
unfit for medioal purposes. Tho peculiar excel?
lence and strength sf tho Ou of juniper, which
formed ono of tho principal ingredients of the
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of the alcoholic olement, give it, in tho estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive . '.imulant as a diuretic, tonio and
Theso satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest rank were published in a
condensed form, and enclosed with each bottle
of the Schnapps, as one of the guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent was obtainod for the
article, tho label was copyrighted, nfac simile ot
tho proprietor's autograph signature "was attached
to each label and cover, ins name and that of the
preparation were embossed on the bottles, aud tho
corks woro sealed witti bis private seal. No article
hail over been sold in this country under the name
of Schnapps prior to tho introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in 1851; and the
label was deposited, as bis trade mark, in tho
United States District Court for tlnj Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might, bo supposed, oy persons unacquainted
with tho daring diameter or the pirates who prey
upon tho reputation ot honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
tho protections so carefully thrown arouud these
Schnapps would have precluded tho introductions
and salo of counterfeits. Thoy seem, howover,
only to have stimulated the rapacity of impostors.
Tho trade mark of tho proprietor has been stolon:
the endorsement which his Schiodani Aromatic
Schnapps alone received from tho medical pro?
fession has bcfinclaimod by mendacious humbugs;
his labels au bottles have been imitated, bis ad?
vertisements paraphrased, bis circulars copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailors, aftci
disposing of the genuino contents of his bottles,
have lilied them up with common f;in, the most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made his name
anil brand a cover for poisou.
Tho public, the medical profession and tho sick,
for whom thc Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps it
prescribed as a remedy, aro equally interested witt:
tho proprietor in tho detection and suppression ol
these nefarious practices. Tho genuino article
mannfactnrod at thc establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from t
barley of the llncst quality, and flavored with ai
essential extract of tho berry of thc Italiai
juniper, of unequalled purity. Dy a process un
known in the preparation of any other liquor, it ii
freed from every acrimonious and corrosive ole
Complaints have been received from the leading
physicians and families in the Southern States
?if tho salo of cheap imitations of thc Schiodan
Aromatic Schnapps in those market.-?; and travel
ers, who aro in the habit of using it as an antidoti
to the baneful influence of unwholesome rive
water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiodan
bottle?, is frequently palmed off upon the unwary
The agents of thc undersigned have been requestei
to institute inquiries on tho subject, and to for
ward to him the names of such partios as the;
may ascertain to be engaged iii the atroeiou
system of deception. In conclusion, the under
signed would Bay that he has produced, from nude
tho hands of the most distinguished men G
science in America, proofs unanswerable of th
purity and medicinal excellence of thc Schi.-dan
Aromatic Schnapps; that he has expended man;
thousand dollars in surrounding it ? ?th guarantee
? and safeguards, which ho designed Bhould protoc
the public and himself agaiust fraudulent imita
tions; that he hus shown it to be thc only liquor i:
tho world that can he uniformly depended upo:
a* unadulturated; that he hus challenged investi
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment i
all its forms: and from every ordeal tho prcpn
ration which bears his name, seal und trade marl
luis come oil* triumphant. He, therefore, feel? it
duty he owes to his fellow-citizens generally, t
the medical profession and tho sick, to denounc
and exp iso tho Charlatans who counterfeit thea
evidences of identity, and ho c;:l!s upon the pr?t
and the public to aid him in his efforts to rented
so t;reat an evil.
The following li tters and certificates, from tl:
leading physicians and chemists of this city, wi
prove, to tho reader that all goods sold by tl
undersign d aro all thov are represented to bo.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schuap]
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pur
and deserving of m?dical patronage. At all event
it is the purest possible article of Holland (ii:
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may l
natch* prescribed bv physicians.
' DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 TINK STRBET, NEW YORE, NOV. 21, 1867.
Uilolpho Wo'fe, Esq., Present.
DEAR Sin: 1 have made a chemical examinath
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, wi
the intent of determining if any foreign or injurio1
substance had been added to thc simple distill
DEAR Sm: 'ino want nf pure Wines and Liquoi
for medicinal purposes, has been long felt by tl
profession, and thousands of lives have been sa
rificed by the uso of adulterated article s. Dellrill
tremens, and other diseases of the bruin ai
nerves, so rife in this country, uro very rare
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to the difieren
in the purity of the spirits sold.
We have tested tho several articles import
and sold by you, including your Oin, which y<
sell under" the name of Aromatic Schicda
Schnapps, which wo consider justly entitled to t
high reputation it has acquired in this countl
and, from your long experience as a foreign ii
porter, your Dot tied Wines and Liquors shot
meet with tho same demand.
We would recommend you to appoint some
tho respectable apothecaries in different parts
tho city as agents for the sale of your Brandi
and Wines, where the profession can obtain t
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new ent< rprise,
remain your obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D" Professor ot Surge:
University Medical Collogo, New York.
J. M. (JAKNOCH AN, M. D., Professor of Clmii
Surgery, Surgeon-in-Chiof to tho state Uospil
etc.. No. ll Hast lGth street.
The examination has resulted in tho c mclusi
that the sample contained no poisonous or har
ful admixture. I havo been unable to disoot
any trace of tho deleterious substances which f
employed in the adulteration of liquors. I wm
not hesitate to use myself, or to reconnu, nd
others, for medicinal purposes, tho Schicdt
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjectioual
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHARLES A. SEELY, Chemist
NEW YORE, 53 CEPAR STREET, Nov. 20, i-ii'7
Udolpho Wo'fe. Esq., Present.
DEAU Sin: I have submit ted to chemical unaly
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which 1 ti
from a fresh package in your bonded warohou
and lind, as before, that thc spirituous liqi
is free from injurious ingredients or fulsiticati.
that it has tho marks of being aged and not
cent ly prepared by mechanical admixture
alcohol and aromatics. Bespeetfnllv,
FRED. P. MAYER, Chemist
NEW YORE, Toesdav, May 1. Udolpko Wolfe, /
LEWIS A. SAY BE, M. D'., No. 79."? Broadway.
H. P. DEWE ES, M. D.,No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WOR8TER, M. D., No. 120 Ninth sire
NELSON STEELE. M.D., No.37 Meccki r Btn
JOHN O'REILLY, M. 1)., No. 2:?> Fourth mr.
B. I. ItAIMIAEL, M. 1>., Professor of tho Pr ii
ides and Practice of Surgery, Nev, York Mi di
College, etc., No. DI Ninth street, and others.
The proprietor also offers for sale
Uot I led Wines unit "fjl?|Hor?,
Imported und buttled by himself, expressly
medicinal use. Each bottle has Ins certilicate
Nov 12 3mo UDOLPnO WOLFP
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & 80N.
WE will sell, on T?E8DAY, tho 23d of FEBBUA
BY. at 10 o'clock, at our Auction Store:
1 FINE GOLD HUNTING WATCH,
1 Ihlver Cap, bolongingto bankrupt estato of
Jno. E. Robertson.
Fob ll THOMAS J. LAMOTTE, Assignee.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON FRIDAY, the 19th instant, I will sell:
ONE BROWN MARE MULE, loviod on as tho
property of Joseph A. Jones, o? Lexington Coun?
ty, for default in payment of Bevenuo Taxes.
A. H. MONTEITH,
Fob 10 Deputy Collector, 3d District, 8. C.
Three Desirable Building I.oin at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
WE will sell, on tho first MONDAY In MABOH, at
10 o'clock, in front of the Court House, in tho
citv of Columbia,
THREE DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS.
Lot No. 1. All that lot or parcel of LAND, front?
ing and measuring on Ocrvais stroot sixty-nine
foet four inches (69 4 in.) and running back two
hundred and eight feet eight inches, (203 8 in.,)
hounded on the East by John English, now occu?
pied by Col. A. M. Hunt as a Hotel; West by Lot
No. 2; North by lot foriuorly Mrs. Baldwin's.
Lot No. 2. Fronting and measuring on Gervais
street sixty-nine foot four inches, and running
back two hundred and eight foet eight inches
bounded on tho East by Lot No. l;on tho Westby
Lot No. 3; North hy lot formerly Mrs. Baldwin's.
Lot No. 3. Fronting and measuring on Gervais
street eixty-nino feet four inches (OW in.) and run?
ning hack two hundred and eight foet eight inohes
-bounded on the East by Lot No. 2; on tho Wost
by Gatos street: North by lot formerly Mrs.
TEKMS.-One-third cash; tho halanco on.ono and
two yearn, secured by bond and mortgage of the
premises. Purchasers to pay for papers and
stamps. _ Feb 6J
Valuable Beal /'state at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
BY virtue of an order of tale, to mo directed, by
the Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of tho
United Stati s District Court, lor tho District of
South Carolina, I will offer for salo, at public auc?
tion, on MONDAY, tho 1st day of MARCH, 18G9,
at. tlie Court House, in tho city of Columbia, at 10
o'clock, all that vacant lot, picco or parcel of
LANI), situated in tho city of Columbia--hounded
North by Laurel street, East by a lot of the estate
of H. C. Bronson; South by a lot of JameB L.
Clark, and West by Marion stroot; and measuring
two hundred and eight (208) feet upon Laurel
street, and one hundred and fifty (150) foot upon
All that lot, piece or parcel of LAND, with tho
buildings thereon, situated, lying and being ia
the city of Columbia, containing forty-seven and
a half-hundred (47 50-100) of an acre-bounded
on tho North hy Henderson street, and being a
continuation i f said street, for two hundred and
eight feet eight (U) inches. Southward to whero
tho North line of Washington street, protracted,
intersects tho said lot, forming tho Southern
TERMS OK SALE.- One-third cash; halanco on a
credit of one, two and three years, secured by
bond of the purchaser, bearing interest at the
rato of aoven uer cunt, per annum, from lao day
of sale, payable unnually, and mortgage of tho
premises; tho building to ho insured and tho poli
ev assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. G. HERBERT SASS,
Feu <; Assignee of Evans & Cogswell.
Under order of Judge or Probate. M. H. Clark, et
al. rs Rhoda Wilson, et al. -Petition for Sale of
IS pursuance of an order made hy William Hnt
son Wigg, Judge of Probato for Richland
County, directed to mc, I will sell, on tho FIRST
MUNDAY in March next, in front of tho Court
House, in Cohn ihia, within tho legal hours:
All that HOUSE and LOT in tho city of Colum?
bia, containing one quarter of an acre of land,
more or loss. Bounded on tho North by Richland
street, Fast hy land of Jesse Oxendine, South by
land of James Sharp, and East by land next de?
All that House and Lot in the city of Columbia,
bounded on the North by Richland stroet, on East
by lot first described. South by land of James
Sharp, and West hy land of Eliza Taylor; contain?
ing ono quarter of an acre, more or less. The two
lots being the land of which the lato Thomas Wil?
son died, possessed of.
TERMS OF SAM:.-Cash enough to pay expense?
of these proceedings; balance on a credit of threo
years, with interest payable annually, secured by
bond and mortgage. Purchaser to insure tho
promises and assign the policy. Purchasor to pay
for stamps and papers.
Feb 7 mt h P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, io mt? Erected,
I wili ?ell, on tho FIRST MONDAY in March
ln-xt. in front of the Court Houso. in Columbia,
within tho legal hours, tho following property,
5O0 acres of LAND, more or less, in Richland
County, known as tho "Killingsworth Tract;"
bounded on thc North hy lands of T. B. Clarkson,
Pat-cy Sturgeon and Jesse House, on tho South
and East by lands of estate of William Clarkson,
and on tho Wost by tho "Leesllold tract."
875 acres of LAND, more or loss, known as tho
"Lee and Murdock Tract;" bounded on tho North
hy lands of J. YV. Houso and Jesse House, East
by thc Killingsworth tract and lands of tho catato
of William Clarkson. South by Abraham Joyner
and West hy Dr. William Weston.
1,800 acres of LAND, moro or less, in Richland
County, known as tho "Homo Tract," bounded on
the North by Jacob Ledingham, John Lcdingham,
J. P. Browne and Dr. Simon Taylor, East by J.
Woodward Houso and Dr. William Weston. South
by Dr. William Weston and estafo of Wm. Bynum,
and on tho West hy Thomas I'. Weston.
All tin' right, title and interest of tho d?fendent
in 110 acres of LAM), in Richland County, known
as tho "Sand Hill Residence;" bounded on the
North by-, East hy estate of John Lodingham.
South by Jacob H. Lcdingham and Thomas By?
num, and West by Thomas W. Radcliffe; levied
on as tho properly of Duncan W. Ray, at tho snit
of Moultrie Weston and Isaac Weston vs. Duncan
W. Rav. Terms cash. _
Feb 7 mt h P- F. FRAZEE, 8. It. C.
DRS. REYNOLDS A REYNOLDS
are preparsd to furnish ARTIFICAL
TEETH on a larger scale than here?
tofore, and at rates much below tho
Their recent improvement, lately patented, con?
s' ilutes the highest order of art in this speciality,
and is fully warranted. Dentures constructed by
this procoas possess many advantages over gold
I lato work, and can bo suppliod at about half tho
cost Of the latter.
An exainiin tei'i of specimens, especially by
i io >e havingerpi rii net in -ach matters, i? rcapecf.
r.db invited. Ordinary VULCANITE RUBBER
SETS 125. Tho same, strengthened bj gold hands,
f: ."> 'Permi cash. April SOI
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