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HAVANA, February ll.-Tbe insurgents
.oat the telegraph between Sagua le Grande
and Yilla Clara. The citizens of Yilla Clara
have been impressed into military serviee.
?Quesada had seven regiments well armed;
be had mach mono}, but lacked artillery.
The insurgents have appeared in the juris?
diction of Guinea, seven leagues from Sag na
Afluir? in Washington.
WASHINGTON, February ll.-A young
woman named Mary O'Neil was arrested at
the White House, who said she was sent by
God to assassinate Mr. Johnson. A double
barreled pistol, unloaded, was on her per
30D. She is evidently orazy.
The Reconstruction Committee are con?
sidering the Mississippi majority report,
and will oppose admission, as urged by
Eggleston's party. There will be a minority
report. The Election Committee have con?
sidered the Louisiana election contest.
They will report that Simon Jones was not
elected and neither Col. Hunt nor Menard
(colored) are entitled to tho seat, because
the election was invalidated by intimmida
tion and fraud.
Grant and Colfax will bo officially in?
formed of their election on Saturday.
Mudd's pardon will reach him about tho
middle of next week.
Customs receipts for tho week ending on
the 6th, $3,000,000.
It ia confidently asserted that tho Senate's
Judioiary Committee will report to-morrow
In the Senate, a joint resolution was re?
ported, consenting to abridge between Cin?
cinnati and Newport, of not les? than 400
In tho Senate, the bill to erect a bridgo
between New York and Brooklyn, was
tabled. Wilson reported a bill amending
the army rules and regulations. Davis pre?
sented the following joint resolution: That
the noisy and disorderly conduct of Ben?
jamin F. Butler, and other members of tho
House, during the counting of the votes
for President and vice-President, whereby
said business was disturbed and obstructed,
is disreputable to said Benjamin F. Butler
and other Representatives acting with him,
and a wrong and an insult to the people of
the United States. The resolution went
over uuder the rules. A bill providing for
the execution of judgments in capital cases,
passed. Tho resolution for printing the
medical and surgical history of the rebellion,
was recommitted. Tho Senate resumed
tho consideration of the currency bill and
The House devoted the entire day to But?
ler's resolution censuring Wade and tho
Senate. Bingham denounced Butler's con?
duct and resolution fiercely. The House
meets to-night to consider the invalid pen?
sion?, and resumes Butler's resolution in tho
\< w,i itemti.
OTTAWA, CANADA, February ll.-Whelan
wan hung to-day. No demonstration.
NEW YOKK, February ll.-Peter Bum
berger shot his mistress and himself to-day
-both dying. Cause jealousy.
RICHMOND, February ll.-lu tho United
States District Court, to-day, the District
Attorney, under instructions from the At?
torney-General, in accordance with the
President's amnesty proclamation, entered
a nolle proser j ut ia both indictments against
Jefferson Davis, and in those against Gene?
rals Lee, Wade Hampton, Breckimidge,
Longstreet, Wise, Pryor, Seddon, Mahout-,
Early, and thirty others. On motion ol*
Robert Ould, the Court ordered that the
securities on Mr. Davis' bail bond be dis?
charged from further responsibility.
FINANCIAL, AND COMMERCIAL..
COLUMBIA, February ll.-Cotton con?
tinued in good demand to-day, and some?
thing over 250 bales were disposed of, at
very full prices, viz: 28j?'c. for middlings.
NEW YOBK, February ll-Noon.-Flour
5(gtt0c. botter. Pork heavy and low-now
mess 32.25@,32.50. Steam lard declining
barrels 20^4("?X20-V8. Cotton unchanged, at
yO)?@303?. Gold 85??. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady with sales of
2,500 bales, at 30K@30>o. Flour a shade
firmer. Wheat l(?2c. better-white South?
ern 2.00. Corn firm-new mixed Western
1.0-1; Now Orleans white 80. Pork irregu?
lar-mess firstname.lastname@example.org; prime 26?27.50.
Lard lower-kettle 20 ?'.,(<-j.21. Sugar excited
and heavy-Havana 12^4@13; Muscovado
12@13. Freights drooping-cotton steam
}<i(a\5-l?. Money easy-call5(7/N7; discount
7@8. Sterling dull, at OJ..'. Gold 35) ?(S)
35)4. Stocks heavy and lower.
BALTIMORE, February ll.-Cotton firm.
Flour dull and irregular. Wheat dull
Primo red 1.80(^1.85. Corn firm-white
9<Vt;93; yellow 87@8i). Oats dull. Rye
firm. Provisions firm. Pork31.00. Shoul?
ders 1B%@16. Lard 21.
CINCINNATI, February ll.-Flour and corn
dull. Whiskey firm and in fair demand, at
95. Provisions dull and unsettled. Bulk
meats neglected-shoulders 13,1.,'; packed
?ugar-cured hams 19(?J)19).J. Lard neglect?
NEW ORLEANS, February ll.-Cotton
easier-middlings 28%@29; salos 2,400
bales; receipts 5,217. Gold 85%. FJonr
superfine 0.37; double 7.25; treble 7,50.
Corn scarce, at 75. Pork 34.25^35.50.
Bacon-jobbing shoulders 15)?; efoar rib
18)4. Lard-tierce 20^@20%; keg 22'..<<.;
22?,(. Sugar-common lO'??V^U; primo
L3??@13)?; yellow clarified 14^(3114%.
Molasses-fair 65(7T)6G; prime G7(a;7?;choiuo
72. Whiskey steady-Western rectified
1.00(^1.05. Coffe-fair 14:'.(V415'.: ; primo
MoniLK, February ll,-Cotton market
dull with sales of 200 bales-low middlings
27??@28; receipts 311.
SAVAKNAH, "February ll.-Cotton quiet
but firm with sales of 400 bales-middlings
29; receipts 2.474.
At.GUSTA, February ll.-Cotton market
dull and nomitml, with sales of 480 bales
receipts 643; middlings 28.
H A VHF., February ll.-Cottou quiet
spot 142; afloat 144.
LIVERPOOL, February ll-Noon.,-Cotton
quiet and steady-upland* 12J?(3)I2^?; Or?
LIVERPOOL, February ll-Eveniug.
12J?@12%; sales 10,000 bales.
MR. EDITOR: Facts are stubborn things,
and sometimes trouble those most who set
them afloat. The writer in your Tuesday's
issue, signed "Truth," shows full well that
the "complaint" referred to in his article,
was predicated entirely upon the "facts"
contaiued iu the bill of charges rendered by
tbe South Carolina Railroad Compauy, (and
which covers all sides.) The merchants of
Columbia never ask, or care, whether vessel
or railroad bring their goods us "ballast" or
not; but they have the presumptive evi?
dence, when they pay bills rendered, that
few vessels or railroad companies work for
nominal rates; at le.ist, tbe compauy in
question do not intend to rest tinder tho
imputation. " Truth" also knows, from past
experience, that "Merchant" never makes
charges without the necessary proof; aud
further, that lie bas been "candid enough
to state all tho facts" in this case, as can he
shown over "Truth's" own, or clerk's sig?
nature,-on file in my ollie?*.
Now for :i question - What becomes of
the assertion made by "Truth" or bis asso?
ciate, a few days since, that tho General
Superintendent of tho South Carolina Kail
road Company bad authorized bim to say,
that the merchants of Columbia should be
placed upon the same footing with those of
Augusta, Georgia, in the matter of freight*?
This is all tbe merchants of Columbia ask.
But what are tho facts? 1 will bu candid
cuougb to say, taking the railroad's general
agent for authority : Under date of February
1. 18G9, he issues new rads between New
York, Columbia and Augusta, viz: 1st class
merchandize, 2 cents per 100 pouuds, in
favor of Columbia; 2d class, 2 cents per 100
pounds against ; 3d class, 2 cents per 100
pounds iu favor; 4th class, lt) cents per 100
pounds against; 5th class, 15 couts per
100 pounds ngainst. Analyze th se rates:
1st, 2d aud 3d class, comprise dry goods,
hats and caps, fancy wares and ether light
goods, of which it is immaterial whether
the rate is 100 or 200 percent., more or less;
but 4th and 5th class comprise bacon, flour,
lard, molasses, &c., Ac., tbe very necessa?
ries, entering into isvery man's .lady life;
and the difference, or tho "odious discrimi?
nation" in favor nf another State, isa fair
profit on a barrel of flour and other heavy
goods, and enough to drive tho up country
trade away from Columbi?.
Other items, even more incouiprcbcnsihlc
than the above, I reserve for II future com?
The debt of the city and County of New
York, independent of tho sinking fund and
bonds and mortgages applicable to its re?
demption, amounted to $26,863,094 on the
31st of December last. Tho accumulations
of the sinking fund will provo sufficient to
pay the whole, while tho value of the pro?
perty of tho corporation pledged for the
payment of the debt is $90,750,000.
COUNTERFEIT CENT.-Some rascals, not
anxious to get rich at once, have the trade of
counterfeiting the new cent, and a great
many are now in circulation. Tho shield
on one side, and the "United States" on thc
other, are omitted, while a hardly percepti?
ble impression of tho word "not" is inserted
over the word "one" in order to escape the
law. Hundreds of men ure doubtless de?
ceived by them every day.
A telegram from San Francisco brings
Mexican news to January 31. There bad
been terrible floods iu tho State of Sinaloa
in consequence of prolonged rains. Many
streams overflowed their banks, doing great
damage to property. Several villages aro
reported to have been entirely destroyed,
involving great loss of life. The people
fled to the hills to escape the danger, and j
were suffering for the necessaries of life.
The debt statement indicates the continu- I
ance of tho steady increase of the national
debt. The increase since November, lS(i7,
is 805,000,000. 852,000,000 of this is
chargeable to tho Pacific Railroad, leaving
only 813.000.0UO at the door of administra?
tive extravagance. This is too much. Proper
economy, moreover, would have given us
constant decrease.-New York Herald.
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLE IMPOST, OF THE SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAITS
.22 BEAVER STBEET, NEW YOHK, Nov. :j, 'os.
To the People of thc Southern States.
When tho puro medicinal restorative, now so
widely known as Wolfe's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
was introduced into the world, under the endorse?
ment of 1,000 leading members of the medical pro?
fession, some twenty years ago, ita proprietor was
well aware that it could not wholly escape the
penalty attached to new and useful preparations.
He, therefore, endeavored to invest it with the
strongest possible, safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempt* lo pirate it difticult
and dangerous. IL was submitted to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysis, and pronounced by thom
tho purest spirit ? vcr manufactured. Its purity
and properties having been thus ascertained,
samples of tho article wcro forwarded to 10,000
pnyscians, including all tho leading practitioners
ni tho United States, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of the preparation
and a report of tho result, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of tho most eminent medical men
in tho Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho article wore unanimously favorable. Such U
preparation, they said, bad long been wanted by
thc profession, as no reliance could be placed on
th? ordinary liquors of commerce; all of Which
were moro or leas adulterated, and, therefore, I
unfit for modioal purposes. The peculiar excel- ??
leno? and strong th of the. oil of Juniper, which
formed one of tho principal ingredients of the I
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed oharacter !
of the alcoholic element, give it, in the estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every '.
other diffusive stimulant as a diuretic, tonic and
These satisfactory credentials from professional
mon of tho highest rank wero published in a
condensed form, and enclosed with each bottle
ot tho Schnapps, as ono of the guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
wero also adopted; a patent Mas obtaiood for the
article, tho label was copyrighted, a/nc simile ot
the proprietor's autograph signature was attached
to each labol aud cover, his name and that of the
preparation were embossed on the bottles, and the
corks were Healed with his private .seal. No article
had ever been sold ill this country under the name
of Schnapps prior to the introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in 1851; and tho
label was deposited, ns his trade mark, in the
United States District Court for the Southern Dis
trict of New York during that year.
It might bo supposed, ny persons unacquainted
with tho daring character of the pirates who prey
upon the reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
the protections so carefully 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 thc proprietor has been stolen:
the endorsement which bis Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alone received from the medical pro?
fession has been claimed by mendacious humbugs;
his labels un bottles have been imitated, bis ad?
vertisements paraphrasoJ, his circulars copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailers, after
disposing of the genuine contents of his bottles,
have tilled them up with common gin, the most
deleterious of all liquors, ami thus made his name
and brand a cover for poison.
The public, the medical profession and the si k.
for whom the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is
prescribed as a remedy, arc equally interested with
the proprietor m the detection and suppression ot
these nefarious practices. The genuine article,
manufactured at tho establishment of the under?
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
barley of the finest quality, and flavored with an
essential extract of the hurry of tho Italian
Juniper, of unequalled purity. By a process un?
known in the preparation ol any oilier liquor, it is
freed from every acrimonious a-.d corrosive ele?
Complaints have been receive.! from the !< adiug
physicians and families in the Southern Stales,
of thc sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps in those markets; and travel?
ers. win? ar?, in the habit of using it as an antidote
to the baneful influence of unwholesome river
water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam
bottles, is frequently palmed ed'up in tho unwary.
The agents of the undersigned have been requested
to institute inquiries on tho subject, ami to for?
ward to him the names nf such parties as they
may ascertain to bo engaged in tho atrocious
sys K ni of deception. In conclusion, the under?
signed would s .y that hu has prod ticed, from nuder
tho hands of the most distinguished men ol
science in America, proofs unanswerable of the
purity and medicina! excellence of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that lillias expended many
thousand dollar*in surrounding it with gnarantot s
and ?ateguards, which ho designed should protect
tin-public and himself against fraudulent imita?
tion-: that he bas shown it to be the only liquor hi
the world that ein bc uniformly depended upon
as uuadulturatcd; that he has challenged investi?
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its form.-: and from every ordeal the prepa?
ration which bears bis name, s< al smt trade mark,
bas come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels it a
duty he owes tn his fellow-eitixi-ns generally, to
tho medical profession and ?ick, tn denounce
ami expose tho Charlatans who counterfeit these
evidences nf Identity, und lie rails II pim tin? pref*
and the public to aid him in lil? < (Torta !.! remedy
so great un ovil.
The following letters and certificates, from thc
leading physicians and chemists of thia ?itv, will
prove to tim reader that all goods *<dd by the
undersign! d are all thev ?,r>- represented to lie.
1 fei 1 bound to say, that I regard your Schnapp?
us being, in every respect, pre-eminently puro,
and deserving of medical patronage At all events,
it is the purest possible article of Holland Oin,
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may bi
sa Tel v prescribed bv physicians.
DAVID I.. MOTT, ai. n..
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
.it) PINE STREET, NEW YOKK, Nov. 21, 1 SGT.
UtUApho Woj>, /?.'.?"/., Pr?tent.
DEAS SIB: I have made a chemical examinatioi
of a sample or your Schiedam Schnapps, wit!
tho intent of determining if any foreign orinjnrioui
substance had boen added to the simple distill?e
DEA lt Sn:: 'Hie want of pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purposes, has been long felt by tin
profession, and thousands nf lives have been sac
riticed by the uso of adulterated articles. Doliriun
tremens, and other diseases of the brain am
nerves, so rife in this country, arc very rare ii
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to tho uifferonci
in the purity of the spirits si,ld.
We havo tested tlie several articles I m port ci
and sold by you, including your Oin, which yoi
sell under tho name of Aromatic Srhictfan
Schnapps, which we consider justly entitled to tin
high reputation it has acquired in this country
and, from your long experience as a foreign im
porter, your Bottled Wines and Liquors ahouli
meet with tho same demand.
We would recommend you to appoint sonic <?
the respectable apothecaries in different parts o
the city as agents for tho sale of your brandie!
and Wines, where the profession can obtain th
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise, w
remain vour obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. 1)., Professor of Surgery
Uni ve rsi tv Medical College, New York.
J. M. CARNOCHAN, ?i. D., Professor of Clinic?
Surgery, Surgcon-in-Chlef to the State Hospital
etc.. No. ll East Kith street.
Thc examination bas resulted in the conclusio
that tho sample contained no poisonous er hann
ful admixture. I have bi en unable to discove
any trace of the d?biterions substances which ar
om ployed in the adulteration of liquors. 1 woul
not hesitate to use myself, or to recommend t
others, for medicinal purposes, the Sehiedai
Schnapps as an excellent and unobjcctionabl
varie'v of gin. Verv respectfully yours,
(Si, iod,) CHARLES A. SEELY, Chemist.
NEW YOKK, 53 CEOAU STUEI r, Nov. J.;, 1807.
Udolplio Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DBAB Sm: 1 have submitted to chemical analyst
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which 1 too
from a fresh packago in your bonded warehousi
and lind, as before, that the spirituous liquc
is free from injurious ingredients or falsifica! iot
that it has the marks of being aged and not ri
cently prepared by mechanical admixture <
alcohol amt aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. F. MAYER, Chemist.
NEW YOUK, Tnosdav, May 1. IMolpho Wolfe, Ks*
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. D., No. 795 broadway.
II. P. DEWEES, M. D., No. 7U1 Broadway.
JOSEPH WORSTER, M. 1)., No. 120 Ninth stree
NELSON STEELE, M. D., No. fl7Bloeckor stree
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fourth stree
1J. I, RAPHAEL, H. D., Professor of tho Princ
pies and Practice of Surgery, New York Medici
College, nie, No. Ul Ninth street, and others.
The proprietor also offers Tor sale
.not i teil Wines ami I.lqnon,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly fi
medicinal um. Each bott lo has his certilicate i
Nov 123m ? UDOLPHO WOLFE
8T. VALEHTlllE'S DAY.
^N ELEGANT assortment of FANCY, SENTI?
MENTAL MM) COMIC VALENTINES, from FIVE
CENTS to FIVE DOLLARS.' For salo wholesale
and retail, at
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FIRE! ! FIRE!!
iETNA FIRE INSURANCE
// A R T F O R I), G 0 N X.
I IMO i'|><> i it t ril isl*.?. - - - Charter Perpetual
Canb Capital .$3,000,000
Cash Asset*. . 5,000,000
Th? STRONGEST Fire Insurance Company in
the Unitt ?1 States.
North American Insurance Company,
Capital and Assets.$300,000.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
Office at Round's, Main street, Columbia, s. C.
Jan :l 3mo
Globe Mutual Lifo Insurance Co., of N. Y.
(1A8H ASSETS JAN CA HY I, 18CS>, $1,171,000.
J INCORPORATED 1801
?las been in operation bet lour years, during
which time it has assured H larger amount than
any Company in tho United state-, during a cor?
responding period . ;' existence tine of tho chief
causes of its organization, was the forfeiture by
several Northern Companies of tho policies of
Snot herners, deni,;; the war. Thc leading officers
of tin* Company protested against this iniusti ie,
and "ii it? uoifummalioii, withdrew and orga?
nized thu "?LOL5E Ml l'1'AI.," on principles more
liberal and in.-t ihau those yet adopted hy any
other Insuran.!oni| my. In the event of death
in bat tlc or in a da-'., t o equitable value of the I
policy will bo rd urned t 1 thu heirs. ALL other,
Cnmpauits forfeit ?. In case <>f suicide, thc
FULL Policy is ?. :? I No restriction on travel.1
This Company has, in its guarantee fund of
$500,000, nu i i 1 lent of strength possessed by liol
other Company. !.. i> * ho entirely nev feature |
of Prob ab; lr. y Endow ic nt, which gives tho
largest ]M>ssible .-'um 1 . ?!ic premium paid. No
other Company posse si . tln.i feature Insures
children of an> age. In the moderation ol it*
premium rates, iii the vcr:, ty of its tables, in it*
dividends and m the security offered ?usurera, it
invites compart* n . it h a nv other Company.
JOHN C. 1! ASK : LL. Stat? Ag't, Columbia, S. C.
Prof. .LOIN T. DAIUIV, Medical Examiner.
Gen. S. B. HUOKNKU, .-mnhern Manager.
Agents want?.i throughout tho st"tc.
Jan :iu Brno*
PUN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES Or TUT
STOMACH AND LIVER.
Til EV AUE RECOMMENDED HY THE
IIEftKMAlN Sc OO.,
AG Elf TS, xi: ir rome.
Manufactured by C. F. PANKNIN,
CETMIST AID AFOTBZCASY, '2
CHARLES 'J? O N, S. C. ??
e?-For Sale ht/ lirugylsta lCrcrtjiriiere.'Un
R. & W. G. Swaffield's,
SILK MIXED CASSI ME HE ll US I NESS SUITS,
Black, Brown and Blue ENGLISH WALKING
Extra Fine Westof Englaud BROADCLOTH
abd DOESKIN it.
Ec*'. Fitting White Linen Bosom SHIRTS,
White Jeans DRAWERS, manufactured expressly
for our '1 rade.
CASES SILK H ATS, Regular Stylo,
CASI'S SILK HATS, broadway Style.
T 0 V V. I s T II A t 3 ,
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
WE will aol!, on TUEBDAY, th? 23d of FEBRUA?
RY, at 10 o'clock, at our Auction Store:
1 FINE GOLD HUNTING WATCH,
1 Silver Cup, bclongingto bankrupt catato of
Jno. E. Hubert HOD.
Feb? THOMAS JLL^OTT%A8?ii;npc.
Valuable Heal Estate at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
BY virtue of an order of salo, to me directed, by
tho Hon. George 8. Bryan, Judge of tho
United States Djstrict Court, for the District of
South Carolina. I will offer for aal?, at public auc?
tion, on MONDAY, the 1st day of MARCH, 1869,
at tbe Court House, in the city of Columbia, at 10
o'clock, all that vacant lot, piece or parcel of
LAND, situated in tho city or Columbia-bounded
North by Laurel street, Eaut by a lot of tho estate
of H. C. Bronson; South by a lot of James L.
Clark, and Weat by Marion street; and measuring
two hundred sud eight (208) feet upon Laurel
street, and ooo hundred and ttlty (130) foet upou
All that lot, piece or parcel or LAND, with tho
buildings thereon, situated, lying and being in
thc city of Columbia, Containing forty-seven and
a half-hundred (47 50-100) of an acre-bounded
on thc North bv Henderson street, and being a
continuation of said street, for two hundred and
eight feet eight (8) inches. Southward to where
tho North lino of Washington street, protracted,
intersects tho ?aid lot, forming the Southern
TEUMS OF SALK.-One-third cash; balance ona
credit of one, two ami three years, secured by
hond of tho purchaser, bearing interest at the
rate of seven uer cont, per annum, from the day
of salo, payable annually, and mortgapo of the
prcmison; the building to be insured and tho poli
cv assigned. Purchaser to pav for papftrB and
stumps. G. HERBERT SASS,
Keb i; Assignee of Evans A "Cogswell.
Richland County-In Equity.
DECREE FOR FORECLOSURE.
Janies U. Adams vs. John Klcckley.- Under D ti?
erce of the Circuit Court, silting in Equity,
WILL be sold, on tho FIBSV MONDAY in
MARCH next, before tho Court House, in
Columbia, bot ween the hours of ll A. M. and 8 P.
M., all that LOT OF LAND, (part of the mort?
gaged premises,) situate, lyiiifi md being near
the city of Columbia, in the County of Richland,
on tho Camden Hoad-butting and bounding to
the North on the Camden Road; East by the lands
of Dr. John Wallace; and to thc South and Wost
by lands of the Estate of Robert Latta; contain?
ing FOUR ACRES, more or less, upon the follow?
ing TEUMS, to wit: One-third cash, and tbebalanco
upon such credit as may be agreed upon by tho
Solicitors of tho parties; to bo announced on the
day of sale. The credit portion to bo secured by
bond and mortgage of thc premises, iusurance of
tho property, (tho policy to bo assigned,) and
personal security: Provided, That if tho pur?
chaser ?ball pay one-half oasb, the personal secu?
rity may be dispensed with, should all of tho other
terms herein required bo complied with. Tho
purchaser to pay tor papers ami stamps.
Fob 5 tl3 ' D. IJ. MILLEU, C. C. P.
State South Carolina-Richland County.
IN THE COURT OF PRORATE.
Ry William Hulson Wigg. Judye of Probate in
YT7TIEREAS, ROBERT BOLTON hath applied
VV to me for letters of administration, with
will annex-d, on the estate of ELISHA CAUTER,
lao-of Richland, deceased,
Those are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of the said
dec used, lo be and appear before me, at a Court
of Probate for tho said County, to be holden at
Columbia, on thr: 15th day of February, 1869, at io
o'clock A. M., to show cause, if any, why the said
administration should not bc granted.
Given under my band and the seal of the Court,
this 30th day of January, A. D. 18G!), and in the
ninetv-third year of American independence.
W. HUTSON WIGG,
Judge Probate Court, Richland Countv.
Jan 31 ??b?2
Gibbes & Thomas, Eeal Estate Agents,
Columbia, S. C.,
OFEE lt their services to the public as GE?
NERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
chargi s until sales are effected.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 10 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Landre th's Garden Seeds
EVERY variety of Fresh and Reliable SEEDS.
The reputation of theso Seeds are too well
known to need any praise Just received at
Jan 10 Pjmo* " B. POLLARD'S.
English Dairy Cheese. Cranberries.
PA BOXES English Dairy, Cutting, PLue Appia
PJ\J and Young America CHEESE.
1H bushels CRANBERRIES, in ?no order, ami
for sale low bv E. A G. D. IIOPE.
M U TU AL
Hiife Insurance Company,
OF NE W YORK.
^C\sn ASSETS OVER THIRTY MILLIONS OF
Cadi income, 1867, over TEN MILLIONS.
Dividends to Policy Holders, 18C7, ?2?236,874.37.
New Policies issued in 18G7, 19,106.
The Company is PURELY MUTUAL. No d:vi
donds to stockholders. The -entire profits aro
returned to thc assnred, thus causing Policies to
become SELF-SUSTAINING in thirteen years, or
lo double in twt nty.
Interest received from investments, 18G7, over
Exccea of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALONE, over
losses, about ?100.000.
Heal Eatato, Bonds, and Mortgagor on Ibid
Estate,in the city of. Now York, over SEVENTEEN
MILLIONS of dollars.
It is tho richest Company in the world. Impoli?
cies are non-forfoitable. Its d.viih rids ire tho
Applications lev Colombia, and sb - rthem
portion of South Carolina, received by
GREGG, PALMER & 00 ,
Jun 'ji Orno General Agents.
R W. QtanEs, M. D., Medical Kxv/ luor.