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HAVANA, February IC.-The city of
Trinidad bas been declared in a state of
Mege. A flght openrred at Moncarqua.
Tbs Government claims a v?ulury, without
The Government refuses to recognize the
American Consul aa commercial agent.
Naturalized citizens are being imprisoned
without chargea or chance of trial. The
American Consul will be compelled to leave
unless supported by bia Government.
Afra tra In Washington.
WASHINGTON-, February 16.-Wilkes
Booth's body .wa9 quietly delivered to his
friends last evening.
The amendment to the tux bill, adopted
last night, permits whiskey to remain in
bond until April 20, 1870, but subjects it to
ono cent gallon tax per month after April
20, 1869. On and after to-day, smoking
and fine-out ohewiug tobacco, offered for
sale, must be packed and stamped accord?
ing to law.
The Senate passed a bill making it a mis?
demeanor to loan money on United States
notes as collateral.
The House is oonsidering tho removal of
disabilities. Beck is arguing against Mc?
Kee's motion to strike ont all Kentucky
names. Tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
is represented here in strong force, oppos?
ing the bill making 400 feet tho minimum
span for bridges over navigable streams.
The House, after a long debato on the re?
lief bill, come to a vote on tho motion to
exclude John W. Wright, Sheriff of Rich?
mond, which was lost-46 to 76. The mo?
tion excluding Kentuckians failed-55 to
109. The bill finally passed-130 to 48.
The banking currency bill was resumed,
when the previous question was seconded
with the tinderst u.ding that tho voto will bo
taken to-morrow. The bill authorizes,
among other things, the comptroller to
issuo circulating notes, under the regula?
tion provided in the bill to the amount not
exceeding $10,000.000, to each of tho fol?
lowing States: Kentucky, Nevada, Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee,
Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi,
louisiana, Texas, Arkansas. The increased
circulation to be allowed to these States only
as is it withdrawn from others which havo an
excess. The Senate bill, allowing Pierce,
formerly Consul at Matamoras, $17,000 for
assistance rendered refugees during the
war, passed. Adjourned.
J lion MOND, February 16.-Tho Grand
Jury, to day, indicted James Grant for tho
murder of H. Rives Pollard. Grant's trial
CHARLESTON, February 16.-Sailed -
sohooner Spotswood, West indies; schooner
A. A. Andrews, Baltimore.
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL.
COLUMBIA, February 16.-The cotton
market was dull, yesterday, and only 90
bales changed hands, at '27 for middlings.
Nsw YORK, February 16-Noon.-Money
active, at 7. Exchange 9. Gold 35. Flour
dull and declining. Wheat dull, and lc.
lower. Pork firmer-new mess 32.50?
32.62. Steam lard steady-barrels 19%($
19%. Cotton dull, at *29,'?. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton dull und heavy with sales
of 900 bales, at 29}?. Flour dull and 5(a)
10c. lower-superfine State 5.86; common
to fair extra firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat heavy.
Corn slightly favors buyers-new white
Southern 93@99-latter for extra choico
new Southern; mixed 93. Pork firmer-new
email@example.com; old firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard a
shade firmer. Whiskey quietardunchanged.
Rice dull. Sugar-Porto Rico 13)6; Mus?
covado 12&? 13 j? ; Havana 13??@14. Mo?
lasses firm-Orleans 84@88. Freights
BALTIMORE, February 10.-Cottou un?
changed. Flour more active. Wheat firm.
Cora firm-primo whito95; yellow 92. Oats
firm. Pork 33.50. Shoulders 15%. Lard
CINCINNATI, February 10.-Flour and
corn dull. Whiskey firm, at 95. Provisions
firmer. Mess pork held at 33.00. Lard 21.
Shoulders 14J?; clear sides 15%.
NEW ORLEANS, February 16.-Cotton un?
settled and y?c. lowor-middlings 28)^@,
28>?, with sales of 2,000 bales; receipts
3,722. Gold 35??. Flour quiet-superfino
6.37)?; donble 7.25; treble 7.40. Corn
scarce, at 78@80. Pork dull, at 24.25.
Bacon-jobbing shoulders 15>?; clear rib
18><i; clear 19. Lard dull-tioroe 20J?@
20;?; keg 22J??22??. Sugar firm-com?
mon 12l?; primo 14>J@15; yellow clarified
16. Molasses active-primo 75. Whiskey
and coffee unohanged and steady.
MOBILE, February 16.-Sales of cotton
to-day 720 bales-middlings 27J.?; receipts
AUGUSTA, February 10.-Cotton market
quiet, and demand light, with sales of 3G2
bales-middlings 27j:J; receipts 027.
SAVANNAH, February 16.-Cotton closed
dull and irregular, with sales of 400 bales -
middlings 28?28^j; receipts 1,808.
CHARLESTON, February 16.-Cotton dull
arid nominal; sales 350 bales-middlings
28J4; receipts 175.
LONDON, February 10-3 P. M.-Consols
unchanged. Bonds 70.
LIVERPOOL, February 10-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton declining-uplands 12;^; Orleans 12'?;
sales 6,000 bales._
Queen Victoria at last announces officially
her re-appearance in public. She is to hold
a court, in person, at Buck ingham Palacj on
the 2d of March, a levee at the same palace
on the 5tb, a drawing-room on the 10th,
and moro drawing-rooms later in the season.
It was recently stated in open court that
Commodore Vanderbilt once made $10,
000,000 by one day's operations-the
largest sam probably ever made in the same
time by a singlo individual.
' MK. EDITOR: From * tb*, well-known
suavity of character of oar esteemed Post?
master, I know that a simple notification is
only necessary to grant the pnhlio tho ne?
cessary accomodation in the matter I now
complain of. The alteration of train ar?
rivals often necessitates the distribution of
the mails after dark, the crowd is alwnys
dense, tho space limited, and there is no
I only ask, for the public and myself, tho
small boon of gun light, so parties who reut
boxes, und those who don't, can find their
way to the distributing poiuts without the
discomfort, tho danger (to watches, .ic.,)
and tho profanity which have become so
common ?it tho post o Hie o after dark.
The people of tho North aro constantly
inquiring whether it is safo for Northern
men to migrate to Virginia. Figures do
not lie. Now, how many Northern men
have been killed in Virginia since the war?
Not one in ton, we are sure, of those who
have come here; whereas, if they stay in tho
North, tho chances are ns five to one. (Jomo
by all means. - Richmond Examiner.
A writer in Vanity Fuir, London, who
has visited this country, ssy.s there is won?
derfully little slang current in good society
hero compared with whut there is in Eng?
land, while a good many familiar American
phrases aro worthy of adoption in the
mother country, on account of their conve?
nience und expressiveness.
James Hardin, the negro who murdered
Samuel Davis, Sheriff of MoNairy County,
Tennessee, in 1807, which evout caused u
terrible riot between the whites and blacks
in Purdy, was killed in McNairy County,
Tennessee, last week, by a party of negro
serenaders, ut whom ho hud fired.
Georgo Hodges, carver ut tho Metropoli?
tan Hotel, iu New York, was assaulted by
several negro waiters, yesterday, und badly
wounded with a slang-shot. Tho guests iu
tho dining-room interfered und saved him
from being killed.
After a year's toil and good or*>ps, the
people of Woodruff Conuty, Arkansas, have
over $1,800 bales of not ion rotting in the
fields for tho want of hands and animals to
gather it with-every mule und horso having
beeu taken by Clayton's pillars of the law.
So says a Western exchange.
We learn that Ritchie, who killed the
Sheriff aud deputy Sheriff of Pickens Coun?
ty, was pursued and overtaken by others,
and in the effort to arrest him he killed two
others, and was killed himself. These ure
fucts as wo learn them.
[Carlersville (Ga.) k'sjtress.
TriK CHATHAM RAILROAD.-Thia road,
says the Bennettsville (S. C.) Journal, is
being built rapidly, and will penetrate a
new fertile region of North Carolina, thence
through the upper part ol Marlboro Dis?
trict, to Cheraw, S. C.
The Lincoln Republican Guarda celebrat?
ed Lincoln's birth-day yesterday by a pa?
rade, a flag presentation, au oration ut
White Point Garden, and target exercise in
the suburbs.-Charleston Nexos, 15?7?.
SHORT AND SWEET.-General Grant's re?
sponse to un adulatory address of a Loyal
League Committee, in New York, on Mon?
day, was. "Good day."
Judgo Carpenter decides that the home?
stead law is unconstitutional. "When doc?
tors disagree," etc.
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLE IMI'OUT. OF THE SCHIEDAH AROMATIC SCHNAITS
22 BEAVER STREET, NEW YORK, NOV. 3, 'ort.
To tite People of the Southern States.
When the pure medicinal restorative, now so
widely known as Wolfo's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPFS,
was introduced into tho world, nuder tho endorse?
ment of 4,000 leading member:, of tho medical pro?
fession, some twonty yeara ago, ita proprietor was
well aware that it could not wholly oscape the
penalty attached to new and nseful preparations.
Ho, thorefore, endeavored to invest it with tho
strongest possiblo safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to render all attempts to pirate it difficult
and dangerous. It was submitted to distinguish?
ed chemists for analysis, and pronounced by them
tho purest spirit ever manufactured. Its purity
and properties having been thus ascertained,
samples of tho article were forwar.lod to 10,000
physcians, including all the leading practitioners
in tho United States, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trial of tho preparation
and a report of the result, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of the most eminent medical men
in the Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho article wero unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had long been wanted by
the profession, as no rnlianco could bo placed on
tho ordinary liquors of commerce; all of which
wero moro or less adulterated, and, therefore,
unfit for medical purposes. Tho peculiar excel?
lence and stror.?th of tho oil of juniper, which
formed ono of tho principal Ingredients of the
Schnapps, together with an unalloyod character
of tho alcoholic clement, give it, in thc estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant as a diuretic, tonic and
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest rank wero published in a
condensed form, and enclosod with each bottle
of tho Schnapps, as one of tho guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
wero a!.;o adopted; a patent was obtained for the
article, tho label was copyrighted, ti fae simile of
tho proprietor's autograph signature was attached
to each label and cover, his name and that of the
preparation wero embossed on tho bottles, and the
corks wero sealed with his private seal. No articlo
had over been sold in this 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 tra'i . mark, in the
United States District Court for tho Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might bo supposed, Dy porspns unacquainted
with tho daring character of the pirates who prey
upon the reputation of honorablo merchants, by
vending deleterious trash under their name, that
tho protections so carefully thrown around these
Schnapps would have precluded tho introductions
and sale of counterfeits. They seem, however,
only to havo stimulated thc rapacity of impostors.
The trado mark of tho proprietor baa boen stolen:
tho endorsement which his Sohiodam Aromatic
Schnapps alone recoived from tho medical pro?
fession has beenolairaed by mendacious humbugs;
bia labels an bottles have been imitated, his ad
vort?Homonts paraphrased, -his circulars copied, I
S?d, numi) Miau mu, ?ioiiunorablo retailers, after '
disposing' of the genuine content? of his bottles, >
have filled them ap with common gin, the most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made his name
and brand a cover for poison.
The public, the medical profession and the Bick, .
for whom the Schiedam Aromatio Schnapps is !
prescribed as * remedy, aro equally interested with
tho proprietor in the detection and suppression of |
these uefarioaB practices. Tho genuino article, !
manufactured at the establishment of tho under- I
signed, in Schiedam, Holland, is distilled from a
barley of the finest quality, and flavored with au
essential extract of tbe berry uf tho Italian
Juniper, of unequalled purity. By a process nn
;nown in the preparation of any other liquor, it is
freed from every acrimonious and corrosive ele?
Complaints have been received ft'in the leading
physicians and families in rite Southern States,
of the sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam
Aromatio Schnapps in those marketa; and travel?
ers, wbo are in the habit of using it as au antidote
to tho baneful influence of unwholesome river
water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam
bottles, ia frequently palmed off upon th* unwary.
The agents of the undersigned bavu been requested
to instituto inquiries on the subject, and to for?
ward to him the names of such parties as they
may ascertain to be engaged in the atrocious
system of deception. In conclusion, tho under?
signed would sdjr that be bus produced, from under
tho hands of the most distinguished men ot
science in Amorica, proofs unanswerable of thc
purity and medicinal excellence of tho Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that ho has expended many
thousand dollars in surrounding it,with guarantees
and safeguards, which be designed should protect
the public and himself against fraudulent imita?
tions; that ho bas shown it to be the only liquor in
the world that can be uniformly depended upon
as unadulturatud; that he ha.-? challenged investi?
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its forms: and from every ordeal the prepa?
ration which bears bis name, seal and trade mark,
has come off triumphant. He, therefore, feels it a
duty ho owes to bis fellow-citizens generally, to
the medical profession and tho sick, to denounce
and expone tho Charlatans who counterfeit those
evidences of identity, and he calls upon the press
and the public tu aid him ill his efforts lo remedy
HO great an evil.
The following letters and certificates, from the
leading physicians and chemists of this city, will
prove to the reader that ?ll goods sold by the
undersigned '?rn all they are represented to ho.
I feel bound to any. that 1 regard your Schnapps
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pure,
and deserving of medical patronage. At all events,
it ia the purest possible article of Holland Gin,
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may be
safclv prescribed bv phvsiciana.
' DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 PINE STUKKT, NKW YOUR, NOV. 21, 1867.
Udolpho Vt'o'fi\ E*q., Present.
I>i .vu Silt: 1 li ave made a chemical examination
of a sample of your Schiedam Schnapps, witb
the intontof determining if any foreign orinjuriotn
substance bad been added te tho simple distill?e:
DCA ii Sm: Ino want of pure Wines a.id Liquors
for medicinal purposes, ha? been long felt by tht
prolession, and thousands of lives have been sac
rificed by tho nae of adulterated article?. Deliriun
tremens, and other diseases of the brain uni
nerves, so rifo iu this country, arc very rare ii
Europe; owing, in a gn at degree, to tho difference
in the purity of tho spirits bold.
Wo have'tested tlie several articles im port Ol
and sold by yon, including your Gin, which yot
sell under tho name of Aromatio Schiedan
Schnapps, which we consider justly entitled to th"
high ropntation it bas acquired iu this country
and, from your long experience as a foreign itu
porter, your Bottled Wines and Liquors shoub
meet with thc same demand.
We would recommend you to appoint some o
tho respectable apothecaries in different parts o
the city as agents for the sale of your brandie
and Wines, where tho profession can obtain tb
same when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new enterprise, w
remain your obedient servnnts.
VALENTINE MOTT. M. L>., Professor of Surgi rj
University Medical College. New York.
J. M. CARNOCHAN, M. P., Professor of Clinici
Surgery, Surgoon-in-Cbief to the State Hospita
etc., No. 14 East 16th street.
The examination lias resulted in the couclusio
that the sample contained no poisonous or barn
ful admixture. I have been unable to discovt
any trace of the deleterious substances which ai
employed in the adulteration of liquors. I woul
not hoaitato to uso myself, or to recommend t
others, for medicinal purposes, tho Schiedai
Sshnapps as an excellent and nnobjectionab!
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHARLES A. SEELY, Chemist.
N".w YonK, 53 GBDAB STUKKT, Nov. 2C, lht)7.
Udolpho Wo'fe, Kag., J'rcsunt.
DRAU Sin: 1 have submitted to chemical anulys
two bottles of Schiedam Schnapps, which I tor
from a fresh packago in your bouded warchouu
and find, as botore, that the spirituous liqui
is freo from injurious ingredients or falsiCcatio:
that it has tho marks of being nged and not r
contly prepared by mechanical admixturo
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FEED. F. MAY LU, Chemist.
NRW YORK, Tuesday, May 1. Udolpho Wolfe, Ea
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. H., No. 705 Broadway.
II. P. DEWEES, M. D., No. 7U1 Broadway.
JOSEPH WORSTER, M. I)., No. 120 Ninth stree
NELSON STEELE. M. D., No. 37 Bloeckor stree
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D" No. 230 Fourth stree
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of tho Prim
pies and Practice of Surgery, New York Medic
Collego, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, and others.
The proprietor also offers for sale
Bottled Wm? , and l,i.|iii>r<.
Imported and bottled by liinself, expressly i
medicinal use. Each bottle hus bis certificate
Nov 133mo rDOLPHO WOLFE.
New Orleans Syrup.
5BBLS. Choice New Orleans SYRUP, for s:
by E. A (i. J). HOPE.
PURE Extract of CALVES FEET, for makin;
nutritious jelly, and for improving Soups a
Pure Extract of Van.Ila, Lemon and Pine \pp
Pearl Harley, Tapioca, Sago, Arrow-root,Choi
lato, Broma, Cocoa.
Coxe's Sparkling Gelatine, for making Jil
Blanc Mange, Creams. For salo bv
Jan 10_FISHER A HEINITSH. Druggists
Cheese, Smoking and Chewing Tobacct
8R?XES ROSE BUD CHEWING, very lino,
4 boxes Commonwealth "
4 boxes Dew Drop, "
2 cases pure Virginia Loaf SMOKING TOBACC
half and wholo boxos.
Scbwitzer, Limberger, German Hand GHEES
JOHN G. 8EEGEHS,
Deo 10 Main street, roar Post Office
Fj?r BBL8. PINK-EYES. PRINCE ALBERT
i O Jackson Whites, and Early Goodrich, in I
order and for sale by M. A Q. D. nOPE
THORBDRN'S SEEDS-foll assortment. Th<
seeds have beon for nearly a century befi
the publie, and require COM m on dation from
one. For sale by GEO. 8YMMEHH
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IT AFFORDS THE S RC UR PT Y OF
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IT OFFERS L O W RA TES nf PREMIUM.
Tho Policy-holder in tho NATIONAL LIFE
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given amount of Insurance for a premium much
iower than that nf Mutual Companies.
IT FURNISHES LARGER INSURANCE
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For instance, a person aged ?10, by paying au
annual premium of $10r> f>0, can secure a policy in
the National Lifo Insurance Company for $10,000;
while the same premium can secure only $7,031.80
in a Company ?ni the Mutual Plan.
IT IS DEFINITE AND CERTAIN.
There is no possibility of misrepresentation by
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It makes a plain contract sri much insurance for
HO much money.
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The menu) paid for premium.-? will he invented
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Ry the Charter of tim Compauy, certificates or
obligations mar be issued, agreeing to pnrchaso
its policies at their value, which, when accompa?
nied by tho policy duly assigned or transferred,
are negotiable, and may be used as collateral secu?
rity in making loans from the Company or from
BY THE PROVISIONS of thc CHARTER
Its Policies aie exempt from Attachment.
THERE ARE NO UN NEC ESSA R Y
Restrictions in the Policy.
Ibo insured are not restricted /rom traveling in
any part of the United States or British Pro?
vinces, <?r in Europe, in timo of peace.
.4 LL POLICIES NON- FDR FRI TING.
Every policy issued by the Company contains a
guarantee of a paid-up policy for a proportionate
amount. (Bee Explanation nf Tables.)
IT MAKES AN ANNUAL ADDITION
To tho Policies of 100 per cent, of tho Premium
Policies issued by th? Return Premium Plan
increase at tho beginning nf ?very >ear by just
the amount ot premium paid. (See Explanation
IT PAYS TO HIE INSURED DURING
Life an Annual Income of one-tenth the amount
named in the Policy.
A party insuring upon the Income-Producing
Plan, will draw an Annual Income of one-tenth
tho amount named in the Policy, after ten, twen?
ty, twonty-tivc, or thirty year*, according to tho
kind of Policy taken, lin* full amount of thc
Policy will bo paid death, vvhenover that event
NO CHARGE IS MADE FOR POLICY
Fee, Stamps, or Medical Examination.
NO EXTRA RATE IS CHARGED FOR
Risks upon the Lives of Ft-malcs.
Policies NON-FORPEJ l'A BLE for thc proportion?
ate ; ai t of the Policy.
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Feb 10 WASHINGTON. D.C.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
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Iiandreth's Garden Seeds
EVERY variety of Fresh and Reliablo SEEDS.
Tho reputation of these Seeds are too well
known to need any praise. Just received at
Jan 10 tamo? K. POLLARD'S.
I Quotion Sale?.
Oentrel Furniture al Auction.
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
ON TO-MORROW MORNING, (Thursday, tho
18th instant,) at 10 o'clock, in front of onr Auc?
tion Room, wo wilt nell, tho following well-kept
artioleeofHOUSEnOLD FURNITURE, belong?
ing to a respectable family declining houee
keeping, consisting of :
Mahogany and Walnut Marble-top BURKAUS,
Walnut Bedsteads and Tables,
Walnut Wardrobes and Chairs,
Fino Walnu't Extension Table,
Shove's and Tongs, Carpets, Feather Beds,
Mattresses, Fino Cooking Stove, complete,
And many other useful articles of honse-kooplng
ware. Also, one fine MILCH COW and her voimg
CALF. Sale positive. Conditions caeh. Feb 17
Valuable l.'eal Estate at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
BY virtue of .wi order of sale, to me directed, by
the Hon. George R. Bryan, Judge of the
United stat.-s District Court, tor tho District of
South Carolina. I will offer for salo, atpublio auc?
tion, on MONDAY, the lHt day of MARCH, 186?,
at the Court House, in the city of Columbia, at 10
o'clock, all that vacant lot, piece or parcel of
LAND, situated in the city nf Columbia--bounded
North by Laurel street. East by a lot of tho estate
ot H. C. Bronson; South by a lot of James L.
Clark, and Weet by Marion street; and measuring
two hundred and eight (208) feet upon Laurel
street, and one hundred and fifty (150) feet upon
All that lot, piece or parcol of LAND, with tho
buildings theroou, 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 by Henderson street, and beiug $>
continuation of said street, for two hundred and
eight feet eight (8) inches. Southward to where
the North line of Washington street, protracted,.
intersects thc said lot, forming the Southern
Trusts ov S.U.F..-One-third cash; balance ona
credit of one, two and threo years, secured by
bond of the purohaser, bearing interest at tho
rate of seven per cent, per annum, from tho day
of sale, payable annually, and mortgage of the
premises; the building to be insured and the poli?
cy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and.
stamps. G. HERBERT SASS,
Keb 0 Assignee of Evans A Oogewell.
Richland County-In Equity.
DECK FF FOli FORECLOSURE.
.1 .tun s U. Adams cs. John Kleckley.- Under De
I cece of the Circuit Court, sitting in Equity.
WILL bo sold, on tho FIRST MONDAY ba
MARCH next, beforo the Court Honse, in
Columbia, between thc hours of ll A. M. and 3 P.
M., all that LOT OF LAND, (part of tho mort?
gaged premises,) situate, lying aud being near
tho city of Columbia, in tho County of Richland,
on the Camden Road-butting and boundir, ?; to
tho North ou the Camden Road; East by the lands
of Dr. John Wallaco; and to tho South and West
hy lauds of the Estate of Robert Latta; contain?
ing FOUR ACRES, more or less, upon the follow?
ing Ti.HMS, to wit: One-third cash, and the balance
upon such credit as may bo agreed npou by the
Solicitors of thc parties; to be announced on tho
day of salo. Tho credit portion to bo seenred by
bond and mortgage of the premises, insurance of
the property, (tho polioy to bo assigned,) and
personal security: Provided, That if tho pur?
chaser shall pay one-half cash, the personal seeu
rity may bo dispensed with, should all of tho other
terms herein required bo complied with. The?
purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
Feb 5 tl3 D. B. MILLER. O. O. P.
'Piree Desirable Building Lots at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
WE will sell, on the first MONDAY in MARCH, at
10 o'clock, in front of the Court House, in the
cit v of Columbia,
THREE DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS.
Lot No. 1. All that lot or parcel of LAND, front?
ing and measuring on Gervais street sixty-niuo
feet four inches (60 4 in.) and running back two
hundred and eight feet eight inches, (208 8 in.,)
bounded 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 formerly Mrs. Baldwin's.
Lot No. 2. Fronting and measuring on Gervais
street sixty-nine feet four inches, and running
hack two hundred and eight feet eight inches -
hounded on the East by Lot No. l;on tho Westby
Lot No. 3; North by lot formerly Mrs. Baldwin's.
Lot No. 3. Fronting and measuring on Gervais
street sixty-nine feet four inches (6914m.) andruu
ning back two hundred and eight feet eight inches
-bounded on tho East by Lot No. 2; on the West
by Gates street: North by lot formerly Mrs.
THUMS.-One-third ?rash; the balance on one and
two years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
promises. Pinchas* rs to pay for papers and
stamps. Feb 6 J
?h. From Kentucky, SIXTY WELL BROKE
^pSft MULES, from 14A to 16 hands high. Sold
; /ajt^yuat pricos to suit times amt purchasers.
I (,uu ne seen at Mr. Charles Logan'B Lot.
Feb 12 _w"ri B. TALBOTT.
Fresh Teas, &c.
SOUCHONG, (Orango flavor,)
Uncolored Japan, best, quality- Just tn hand
and of season 1808-'69.
I Fresh Italian Macaroni,
Canned Fruits, Vegetables aud Fish.
1 ALSO, .
A full stock of the "Orange** Brand HAMS, in
! comparably the finest Sugar-cured Hams in Ame
? rica, tor sale low by GEO. SYMMEHS.
Support Your Own Nursery.
j _ AA W. HAMPTON GIBBES has heen
Tf?if?f? ^*PP?intcd Ag00* 'or Pomaria Nurso
tf?RSWr(&) 1 ?es and all orders through hun will
I UaHBMgSr^,1'1'v t with best attention,
i ^vV^^s* February is tho best month for
transplanting Fruit Trees, Grapes, Roses and
! Strawberries. March, for Evergreens,
i 'Vders thankfully received
WM. SUMMEK, Agent.
Desc.ro Catalogues may be haden applica
! tion to W. H. Oibbes. Feb 2 Imo*
Masonic Female College,
COK ES BU RY, S. C.,
/f/jSk REV. SAMUEL B. JONES, President.
c-guBsW.Tuitt-.ii- -Collegial Department per
^rB-Bri^ear, MO; Preparatory Department
^9kWaW ocr year, 120. Hoarding $10 per
<AT month. F.F. OAKY,
Feb 4 Imo? Secretary Hoard Trnstees.
Diamond Hams, &c.
1VERGES "Davis Jr." DIAMOND HAMS, th?
Tierces "Orange" brand Hams-a good article,
" Breakfast Bacon, Ac, received and for
?U!o by C. H. BALDWIN.
W. D. CORN //ELL, M. D.,
F II Y SI C J A N AND S URO EON,
OFFICE at residence on islanding street, near
_ OharloHo Depot._Jan 27 Imo?
Bloomsdale Garden Seeds-Grown by David
Ill IE unexampled demand, and incroasing repu?
tation, of Landreth's HEEDS, attests their
superiority ver nil other kinds. Years have
rolled un a long Uno of testimonials in favor of
his Seeds, as being always reliable and of war?
ranted quality, '.'ho subset ibera have a foll lina
of Seeds, for sal.) wholesale and retail.
Jan 13 FISHER A HEINIT8H, Druggists.