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HAVANA, February 26.-Bodas super?
seding Dulce causea excitement. The
steamer Cricket, from -Charleston for Ha?
vana, on the 9th, has not. arrived. It is
supposed she landed provisions ion tho
coast. The Government has ordered all
available troops to Cienfnegos and other
menaced towus. Sugar quiet and exchange
A fra lr a in Wawulntflon.
WASHINGTON, February 26.-During tho
morniug session, the House, was engaged at
the deficiency bill. In the Senate, tho pay?
ment of tho Southern Senators for the full
term, was under consideration; but objec?
tion was made, ns some held Federal offices
during tho time. Kellogg stated that he
had held office, but would avail himself of
Senator's pay, if awarded. Nearly all arc
in tho same fix. The Senate Finauce Com?
mitteo reported Schenck's bill strengthen?
ing the public credit; but without amend?
ment, was made the special order for 1
lu tho House tho Military Committee re?
ported tho evidence in regard to the army,
showing that tho Quartermaster-Genera]
has 14,000 men under bis control. The
committee recommends that the start* should
receive orders from the General instead
of the Secretary of War, and also to con?
solidate tho quartermaster, |pay aud sub?
sistence departments. The report make
The Senate postponed tho consideratior
of paying the Southern Senators. Tin
conferonco report on the suffrage amend
mont was considered to recess.
There was u full Cabinet meotiug to-day
It is understood that tho Senate wil
amend the Memphis and El Paso Railroad
bill, requiring its completion within a cor
Gen. B. S. Granger has been ordered U
report to Stoneman for duty.
The Clerk of the Houso excludes Louisi?
ana, Georgia and other contested seat:
from his initiatory roll of the next House
The naval paymaster, Winslow, and hi
son? Commodore Wiuslow, are dead
caused by malignant scarlet fever.
A delegation of Baltimoro ladies visitoi
tho President to-day, in Dehalf of Lieu
touaut Braine. Tho President's reply i
regarded as favorable.
Kc wa Item*.
WASHINGTON, February 26.-The natural
ization treaty with Mexico provides rec:
procally that five years uninterrupted rt
sidence secures alienation and citizenship
A declaration of intention does not secur
the right of citizenship. Naturalizatio
may bo voided and original citizenship r<
newable by two years' residence in th
original country. The extradition treaty <
1861 remains in force.
HARRISBURG, February 26.-Gov Goat
declares be never wroto or telegraphed 1
Grunt in regard to Cabinet position, and
any such documents were presented, thc
PHILADELPHIA, February 26.-Tho bi
creating a metropolitan police for this ci
was defeated in the Legislature to-day.
WHEELING, VA., February 26.-The bi
locating the capital of West Virginia
Charleston, Kanawdia County, passed iu tl
LOUISVILLE, February 26.-Thoa. Wilso
senior partner of Wilson, Isler ft Co., dru
gists, committed suicido to-day-aged 61.
NASHVILLE, February 26.-Souter, tl
Speaker of the House, was inaugurated G
vernor. The inaugural foreshadows i
KEY WEST, February 26.-A Spani;
man-of-war is outside Sound Key, wntchii
the movements of tho Peruvian iron-clad
CHARLESTON, February 26. - Arrived
steamers Charleston, Now York; Sea Gu
Baitiihor?; brig Adelaide, New Yoi
Sailed-steamers Golden Horn, Iiiverpoi
Magnolia, New York; Fulcon, Bultimoi
sohooner Eldorado, Baltimoro.
FINANCIAL AND COMIUKItClAl..
NEW YORK, February 26-Noon.-Stoc
dull and nusettled. Money easy, at 6(W]
Exchanged. Gold 32%. Flour dull ai
drooping. Wheat dull and lc. lower. Co
lc. better. Pork quiet-now mess 31.75
32.12J.<. Steam lard steady; bbls. 19J
Cotton quiet, at 29J-4. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady, but not ve
active, with sales of 1,400 bales, nt 29
29J?. Flour dull-superfino Stato 5.75
6.25; common to fair extra Southeru 6.?
Wheat-Western now 1.91(^1.93; old l.(
Pork a shade firmer-new 31.75(^32.(
Lard firm-kettle 19^@20. Whisk
quiot and unchanged, Rico dull. Sup
quiet and firm. Freights steady. Gc
BALTIMOP?. February 2b.-Cotton ?
Flour and wheat dull and unchanged. Cc
-white 94@95; yellow 88?90. Pork qui
at 32 50. Bacon quiet-shoulders 15@15.
CINCINNATI, February 26.-Whiskey di
Mess pork firmer, at 32.00. Bacon firm a
in good demand-shoulders 14; clear sic
17^. Lard dull, at 19.
NEW OBLEANS, February 26.-Cott
sales to-day 1,700 bales-middlings
Gold 32J?. Flour-superfine 6.25; dou
7.00; treble 7.25. Corn lower, at
Pork firm, at 33.00. Bacon firm-should
14%; clear rib 17>?; clear 17%. Li
firm-tierce 19>?(o,20; keg 21>?(g22. !
gar firm-common 12J^(a,13; prime lu
yellow clarified 17@17)^. Molasses stead
prime 80@8?. Whiskey dull-West
rectified email@example.com. Coffee steady
15@16; prime 17>^(^18><i.
AUGUSTA, February 26.-Cotton mai
quiet but firm; sales 241 bales-middli
27??; receipts 460.
SAVANNAH, February 26.-Cotton <
and nominally 28, sales 150 bales; reooj
CHARLESTON, February. 26.-Cotton dull j
and nominal, with eales of 60 bales-mid- ?
di in gs 28)?; receipts 304.
LONDON, February 26-3 P. M.-Consols
93, Bonds 80%.
LIVERPOOL, February 26-3 P. M.-Cot
ton heavy-uplands 11%; Orleans 12^. j
Sales of tho week 57,000 bales; exports
8,000; speculation 10,000. Stock 282,000,
whereof American is 108,000. Stock afloat
309,000; whereof American is 145.000.
Yarns and fabrics at Manchester flat nnd
LIVERPOOL, February 26-Evening.
Cotton easier, but not lower-uplands llj^;
Orleans 12l-,'; sales 0,000 bales.
Report for Weekending Friday, Ft bruary 26,1809.
PIKKNIX OFFICE. COLUMBIA, February 27. -Thc
unfavorable news from Kuropo, since our last
weekly report, hun caused a steady decline in tho
staple, with light receipts and small sales. Wo
quote middlings at ?7.
Tho sales of thc week were 120 hales a? follows: 1
3 at 23$; 3 at 20; 2 at '2C<1; 5 at 264; 54 at 27; 12 at
27j; 13 at 27|; IS at 27 j: 13at27A; I at 274; 2 at 28.
No change in other articled of country produce.
Tho following arc buying rate? of South Caro?
lina Hank Notos, pruparcd hy Gregg, Palmer A Co.,
bank in' ''aniden. ....50 j Exchange.8
Bank of Charleston. .50 I Planters'. 4
Bank of Chester.7| Farmer* and Exchangel
Bank of Georgetown. 10 i State.1
Bank of Nowhorry.. .00 Union.90
Bank South Carolina. 8 | So.Western lt. lt..old, 12
Stato South Caro. bld,30 I People's..08
State South Caro. new,8 | Planters and Meehan.45
Hamburg....... 4 i Merchant?'.5
Wholesale (?rices Current.
. ooanKortni WKKKLY
ny THE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES, $bns.l 2501 50 I MonAssns,Cuba,g.C0?70
BAooiso,"Gunny,25 ?28 Now Orleans l oo? i 25
Dundeo $yd-?25 | Sugar House.75(i?l 25
BALK HOPE. Manilla,?26 NAILS, $ keg..G 00?7 00
N.Y.orWee.$U>.104$15 ONIONS. $ buB.125?2 00
BUTTER; Northern,. ?60 Om, Kerosene,$? 70?55
Couutrv, $ tl>. .25?30 Machinery_75@100
BACON. Hams.. ..20(323 PODLTAT, Ducks, pr..
Sidos, $ Iii.1S?21 Turkovs .3 00
Shoulders.16 ?18 Chickens.25?30
BlUCKS, $1,000_0?12 (leese .
CANDLES, Sporm..40?70 BPECIE, Gold.. 1 32? 1 33
Adamantine, lb.21@25 Silver.1 20?1 23
Tallow.11?1G POTATOES, Irish.75?1 25
COTTON YAUN..2 00@2 20 Sweet, $'.>ush. G0f<s7.~>
COTTON, Strict Mid.@27? Rios, Carolina.lb. .D?10
Middling.27? East India..'_
Low Middl'g, 26i?2CJ SHOT, $bag.. 3 25?3 50
GoodOrdinry,24|?25 SALT, Liverp'1.2 70@3 00
Ordinary.22 @ 24 SOAP, $!t>.74^11
CUEESB, E. D. Ib..20?25 SrntiTs, Alcohol,gal.6 00
iactorv.23?25 Brandy... 4 00?12 OD
COKFEK, Uio,$ Ib..22?26 Holland Giu.5 00?7 0U
Laguayra.27?29 American... 3 50? 1 00
Java.370?40 Jam'u Bum O' 00(<?7 Ot)
FLOUR,Coun.l200@1300 N*. i'.. '?_3 50?3 75
Northern.. 8 00?14 no bo. Whhdiov,350?4 50
GRAIN, Corn. .1 20?1 25 Monong'li <!a:)75? 1 00
Wheat _ 2 25?3 00 KuOtificd. ..150?250
Oats. ... 1 UllirCl lt? SflJOAR, UHIMM, lb. 22? 21
Peas.1 10? I 20 Powdered.. . 22?24
HAY, Nortnorn, $-v. s. Urovn.. .I3?18
Easter:! . STA ROU, $lb. . ..in? 12*
liions, Di y, y lt. .?13J?H> TEX. tireen, 11,.1 o?or:?i)?
Green. *. (<?s black.] 00?1 50
I.Nutoo, Carolina.1?1 25 TOBACCO,Chew..50? 1 26
LARD, $ll> .20?25 j Smoking, $)Ui.50?] oo
LUMUKU, Bids, 100 1.1 50 YiXEOAR, Wino,g.70@75
Scantling. 1 50 Cider .50?60
Shingles, $1,000..275 French.12.V<<,i50
LIMB, $ bbl.. 2 70?2 Si) Vt INK,Cham. g.25?3200
MEATS, Fork, $11.... 151 Fort, $?al. ,300@5 00
Beet.8 $12 Sherry.3 50?600
Mutton,.15 Madeira_3 50@6 00
Thc Selma (Ala.) Times says: "As an evi?
dence of the increasing disposition on the
part of immigrants to settle on the fertile
lands and under the sunny skies of the
South, we ure gratified to learn that Col. Ii.
M. Woolsey, Superintendent of Lauds and
Immigration, has received probably the
most extensive order for lands ever sent to
auy agent in the United States. The order
is colossal in ita proportions, being for
$1,040,000 acres, ls not this a convincing
proof that tho people of Europe aro
awakening to tho fact that wo aro in posses?
sion of tho finest country and the finest
climate on the face of the earth?"
The volunteers in Havana havo been
again making riotous demonstrations. On
Sunday, they sent a deputation to Captain
General Dulce, demanding that moro rigor?
ous measures be used ogaiust tho rebels,
and that thoso Cubans who were implicated
in the recent riots bo put to death. Tho
Captaiu-Genera) replied that ho would per?
mit no interference with tho plans or policy
of the Government. Ile counts on the en?
dorsement and aid of Spain and on tho
sympathy and moral aid of tho United
States in quelling tho rebellion, ns ho will
act only in accordance with tho law.
A few weeks ago a young man named
Barmore, a detective, of Nashville, Tenn.,
was taken from a railroad train by a gang
of masked men, siuco which timo his fate
has beeu a mystery until Saturday last. On
that day a negro fourni the dead body of a
whito man in Duck River, near Columbia.
This proved to bo tho romains of thc
missing detective. A ropo wus around his
neck, tho end forming a noose, ns if ho had
been tied to something. Tho hands wcro
tied behind his back with a linen handker?
chief. A valuable diamond ring was on
one finger. Ho was evidently not mur?
dered for money.
A report was received at Corpus Christi,
Taxas, on tho 2d inst., to the effect that
200 Indians hud attacked the ranchos of
Los Angeles and Los Amios, on tho road to
Brownsville, and slaughtered tho entire
population, numbering forty men, women
and children. Troops wero at once sent in
pursuit. It was surmised that tho Indians
were disguised Mexican cattlo thieves, nod
that the extent of their outrages was exag?
A school-boy in Caswell County, N. C.,
made nearly $300 from tho sale of tobacco,
oultivatod with his own hands, at times
when it did not interfere with his rogular
attendance at school. This is an example
worthy of imitation.
A well known Californian Irishman,
named James M. Quinn, has turned out to
be an Irish earl. The papers proving his
right to his title and Ilia estate, were pre?
served for many years by an old negress in
Charleston. Quinn is about to nail with a
lawyer to claim his heritage. He will be
the'Earl of Puuraven.
Tho last new? from Hayti, tho paradise of
freedom nnd freedmen, is to the following
effect: "Tho present condition of Hayti
calls for tho intervention of sotno foreign
government to arrest tho human butchery
that is perpetually goiug on hore." Except
in its extent, tho information greatly re?
sembles thal received a few weeks ago from
In the House, on Monday, a motion to
increase the salary of tho President to
$10,000 was rejected. Hut 1er. in opposing
it, said that the President was now furnished
with "a free house, fuel, light, servants,
tte. Ile was furnished with free music, and
free people lo listen to tho music."
Louisiana and New Orleans both intend
to beg Congress to give them tho valuable
property occupied by the New Orleans
branch of tho United Stales Mint. Tho
State wants it for a capitol, and tho eily for
a court house.
A young mau was assaulted with stones
and (dubs on Sunday night, while crossing
tho river at Troy, on the ice, by a party of
young ruffians, mero boys, and so severely
injured, that ho died an hour after. Three
of thu youthful murderers wore arrested.
An English capitalist has couscien
! lions scruples about receiving over threo
per cent, interest on some six per cent.
United States bonds, which he holds, nnd
only collects one-half of his coupons, donat?
ing tho other half to tho Government.
A man in Milwankie, Wis., who was last
week arrested for cruelly beating his wife,
said that it was the first time ho was ever
locked up, and he thanked God it was not
for any mean, contemptible crime like get?
Office ol' Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLIS IMTOUT. OF THU BCHIKDAM A HOIIATIC SCHNAITS
22 BBAVJBU ST UK KT, NEW YOHK, NOV. 3, 'Ci-.
Tn thc People of the Southern Stoles.
When tho puro medicinal restorative, now ao
widely known as Wolfe's SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
was introduced into tho world, nailer the endorse?
ment of -1,000 loading meru boru of thu medical pro?
fession, Home twenty years a^o, its proprietor was
well aware that it could nut wholly escape, the
penalty attached to new and useful preparations.
ll?;, therefore, endeavored to invest it with the
strongest possible safeguard against counterfeit?
ers, and to rondor all attempts tu pirate it <li Tti < -1111
and dangerous, ii was submitted to distinguish?
ed chemists f<>r analysis, and pronounced by them
tho purest spirit over manufactured, lt? purity
and properties having been thus ascertained,
samples of tho article were forwarded lo 10.00u
phrscians, including all tho loading practitioners
m tho United Mates, for purposes of experiment.
A circular, requesting a trl-.il of tho preparation
and a report nf the result, accompanied each
specimen. 4,000 of the munt eminent medical men
iu the Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of the article wore unanimously favorable. .Such a
prep.nation, they ?aid, hail long been wanted by
the profession, aa no reliance could he placed on
th?! ordinary liquors of commerce; all of which
wore more or leas adulterated, and, therefore,
unlit for medical purposes. Thu peculiar excel?
lence and strength nf tho oil of juniper, which
formed ono of the principal ingredients of the
Schnapps, together with an unalloyed character
of tho alcoholic element, give it, in thu estimation
of tho faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant as a diuretic, tonic und
These satisfactory credentials from professional
men of tho highest rank were published in a
coudenoed form, and enclosed with each bottle
ot tho Schnapps, as one of tho guarantees of its
genuineness. Other precautions against fraud
were ulao adopted; a patent was obtained for the
article, tho label was copyrighted, a. fae simile of
tho proprietor's autograph signature was attached
to each label and cover, his numo and that of the
preparation were embossed on the bottles, and the
corks were scaled with his private seal. No nrticle
had ever boen sold in this country under thc namo
of Schnapps prior to the introduction of Wolfe's
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in ISSI; and thc
label waa deposited, as his trade mark, in tho
United States District Court for tho Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It migtit bo supposed, ny persona unacquainted
with tho daring character of thc pirates who prey
upon tho reputation of honorable merchants, by
vending deleterious trash under their namo, that
tho protections so carefully thrown around these
Schnapps would have precluded the introductions
and salo of counterfeits. Thoy seem, however,
only to havo stimulated the rapacity of impost?is.
Tho trado mark of the proprietor has been stolen:
tho endorsement which bia Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps alono received from tho medical pro?
fession has been claimed by mendacious humbugs;
his labels au bottles have been imitated, his ad?
vertisements paraphrased, Iiis circulars copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailors, after
disposing of tho genuine contents of his bottles,
have tilled them up with common gin, tho most
deleterious of all liquors, and thus made 1 is name
and brand a cover for poison.
The public, the medical profession and tho sick,
for whom thc Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is
prescribed aa a remedy, arc equally interested with
tho proprietor in tho detection and suppression of
theso nefarious practices. Tho (jemmie article,
manufactured at tho establishment of tho under?
signed, in Schiedam, If olland, is distilled from a
barley of thc finest quality, . nd flavored with an
essential extract of tho bi rry of tho Italian
juniper, of unequalled purity. Dy a process un?
known in tho preparation of any other liquor, it is
freeil from every acrimonious and corrosivo ele?
Complaints have been received from tho leading
physicians and families in thc Southern States,
of tho salo of cheap imitations of the Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps in those marketa; and travel?
ers, who aro in the habit of uaing it as an antidoto
to tho baneful influence of unwholesome river
water, testify that cheap gin, put up in Schiedam
bottles, is frequently palmed off ii?on the unwary.
The agents of tho undersigned havu been requested
to instituto inquiries on thc subject, and to for?
ward to him the names of such parties as they
may ascertain to ho engaged in tho atrocious
system of deception. In conclusion, thc under?
signed would say that bobas produced, from under
tho hi.nds of "tho most distinguished men of
nciencd in America, proofs unanswerable nf tho
purity and medicinal cxcellenco of tho Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps; that ho has expended many
Ihcuaanddollarsin surrounding it with guarantees
ami safeguards, which ho designed should protect
tho pubhoand himself against fraudulent imita?
tions; that ho has shown it to bo tho only liquor in
tba world that can be uniformly depended upon
as unadulturatod; that he has challenged investi?
gation, analysis, comparison, and experiment iu
all its forms; and from overy ordeal tho prepa?
ration which bears his name, Beal and trado mark,
has como off triumphant. He, therefore, feels it a
dut} lio owes to hie follow-aitizons generally, to
thc medical profession and tho nick, to denounce
?na expose tho Charlatans who counterfeit theso
cvldcncca of identity, and ho calla npon tho prenti
und tho public to aid him in his efforts to remedy
HO great an evil.
The following letters and certi?catcB, from tho
lending physicians and chemists of this citv, will
prove to the reader that all goedn sold by tho
undersigned aro all they aro represented to bo.
I fed bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as being, in every respect, pre-eminently pure,
and deserving of medical patrotingo. At all events,
it ia tho purest possible article of Holland Oin,
heretofore unobtainable; and, as such, may bc
safely prescribed bv physicians.
DAVID fi. MOTT. M. H.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist. New York.
2(1 PINK STREET, NEW YOKK. NOV. 21, 1807.
Uditlplio Wo fe, fi*/., fr?tent.
DEA tc SIR: 1 have ?naden chemical examination
of a sam plo of your Schiedam Sehuapp*. with
the int? nt ol' determining if any foreign nrmj fions
substance had been add? I io tim Himplo dist dod
DEAR .-tu: 'I he want of pure Wines and Liquors,
for medicinal purposes, has been lor;; fi lt by thc
profession, an 1 thousands of lives have been . ?
rlficod hy tie- m > ot adulterated articles. Delirium
tremens, and other diseases of thc brain and
nerves, so-rifa in this country, arc very rare in
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to the difference
in tho purity ot' tho spirits sold.
Wc have tested the several articles imported
j atul sohl hy you. including your Oin, which you
Hell under the natue of Aromatic Schiedam
Schnapps, which we consider justly ontit led to tho
high reputation it baa acquired in this country;
and. from your long experience as a foreign im?
porter, your Bottled Wims and Liquors should
meet with tho samo demand.
We would rccoi intend you to appoint some of
the respectable apothecaries in different parts of
tho city as agents for tho sale of your Brandies
and Wines, where tho profession can obtain tho
sam" when needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success tn your now enterprise, wo
remain Vottr obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor of Surgery,
University Medical College New York.
J. M. ? ARNOCH AN, M. !>., Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Snrgcon-in-Chief to tho State Hospital,
etc.. No. 14 Hast 16th street.
The examination baa resulted in thu conclusion
that tho sample contained no poisonous or harm?
ful admixture. I have been unable to discover
any trace of tho deleterious substances which arc
employed in tho adulteration of liquors. I would
not hesitate to use myself, or to recommend to
others, for medicinal purposes, thc Schiedam
Salinapps as an excellent ?nd unobjectionable
variety of gin. Very respectfully yours,
(Signed,) CHARLES A. S EE LY, Chemist.
NEW YORK, 53 CEDAR STREET, Nov. 26, 18C7.
Udolpho Wo'fe, h's</.. Present,
DEAR Sin: 1 have? submitted to chemical analyst*
two bottles ol Schiedam Schnapps, which I took
from a fresh package in your bonded warehouse,
anil lind, as before, that thc spirituous liquor
is free from injurions ingredients or falsification;
that it has the marks of being aged and not re?
cently prepared by mechanical admixture of
alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
fllED. V. MAYER, Chemist.
NEW YORK,Tuesday, May 1. L'dnJpho Wolfe, Esq.
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. Di, No. 79.) broadway.
ll. P. DEWELS. M. D., No. 791 Broadway.
JOSEPH WORSTBR, M. D., No. 120 Ninth street.
N ELSON s I El*. LL. M. D., No. 37 Blcecker street.
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D" No. 230 Fourth street.
15. I. RAPHAEL, M. 1).. Professor nf tho Princi?
ples and Practice of Surgery, New York Medical
College, etc., No. 91 Ninth street, and others.
The proprietor ulso offers for sale
Ilottlctl Wines nut! Liquor?,
Imported and battled by himself, expressly for
medicinal usc. Each bottle has his certificate of
Nov 12 3mo CDOLPIIO WOLFE.
Tho friends and acquaintances of Mus. MARY
HEMINIS, and of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Muller, aro
respectfully invited to attend tho funeral of tho
former THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, at their
rcsiiiuncc. Arsenal Hill.
Columbia Typographical Union.
THE REGULAR MON L'HLY MEETING of this
Union will be, held THIS (Saturday) EVEN?
ING, at Palmetto Engine House, at 7 o'clock.
Feb 27 1 By order of J. A. TERRY, Pres'i.
Try McKenzie's Celebrated FRUIT CANDY.
order. Fifty Chances, at $10 per Chanco.' Tickets
can be had at Symmors' Store. Raffle will tako
place as soon as the Chances aro all taken.
S T <? LL, \V Illili & CO.,
WHOLESALE J) RY GOODS,
am i i aso
Domestic Store, j KINO ?TRKRT, j Laeu Store.
Feb 27 CHARLESTON, S. 0. ly
l>U. W. H. TUTT'S
STANDARD PREPARAI IONS.
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver F?IH,
Improved Hair Dye,
For salo hy E. E. JACKSON.
Feb 27 ly
Try McKenzie's Celebrated FRUIT (JANDY.
Notice to tho Public.
rilIIISisto givo notico tn all whom it may con
X cern, that my wife, MARGARET J. F KOST,
has abandoned and left her husband and home;
and f hereby fun warn all persons from giving hel?
en di', on my account, as I will not pay any debts
of her conti acting. C. E. FROST.
Richland County, H. C., February 20, 18G9.
Feb 27 3t*
1HIE NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY will insur.; ?1,000, at tho following ratea ;
Ago 25- $14 50.
i>0 - IC BS.
" 85- 19 40.
" 40- 23 30.
" 45- 28 85.
" 50- 36 05.
All other companied chargo 40 to 50 percent,
moro. Bu foro vou insure, examino for yourselves.
E. H. IIEIMT8U,
Feb 27 Agent for South Carolina.
Diamond Hams, &c.
miERCES ' Davis Jr." DIAMOND HAMS, mo
X American Westphalia,
Tierces "Orango'* brand name-a good articlo,
*. Breakfast Bacon, Ao., received anti Tor
salo hy C. H. BALDWIN.
POR Wrapping and Pattern Culling, for sale
at tho P1KRNIX OFFICE.
Jiucon, Flour, Cheese, C<]ffef, dbe.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON TUESDAY MOKN1NG next, tho 2d of March,
at 10 o'clock, at our Auction Room, wo will sell,
without any reservo :
5,000 LBS. Clear ltib SIDES,
75 libl?. Assorted Grades ot Flour,
25 Doxcs Ch..iee Stato Cheese,
20 Dags of Rio Coffeo,
25 Kegs Primo Lard, "
5 Cases Dry Salted Bellies,
5 Casks Prime S. C. Canvassed Hams,
5 Bbls. Bourbon Whiskey,
20 Boxes Family and Washing Soap,
20 " Adamantine Candles.
Conditions cash. Feb 27
Valuable Heal l?state at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & BON.
BY virtue <>f an order of sale, to mo directed, by
the lion. George S. Divan, Judge of tho
United Staten District Court, tor tho District of
Hont! 0 iroliiia, 1 will offer for sale, at public auc?
tion, ? a MONDAY, thc 1st day of MARCH, 1889,
at tho Court IJouHo, in ibo city of Columbia, at-10
o'clock, all thal vacant lot, piece or parcel of
LAND, situated in tho ch) of Columbia--bounded
North hy Laure) street, East by a lot of tho cstato
of II. C. Bronson; South by a lot of Janies L.
Clark, and West hy Marion street; and measuring
two hundred and eight (2bS) feet upon Laurel
street, and one hundred and fifty (150) feet upon
Marion street. ALSO,
All that lot, piece or parcel of LAND, with tho
buildings thereon, situated, lying and being in
the city ot Columbia, containing forty-seven and
a half-hundred (17 50-100) of an acre-bounded
on tho North by Henderson street, and being a
continuation of1 sai l street, for two huudrcd and
eight feet eight (8) inches. Southward to whero
the North lino of Washington street, protracted,
intersects tho said lot, forming tho Southern
TERMS OF SALK. - One-third cash; balance ona
I credit of one, two and three yoars, secured by
bond of thc purchaser, bearing interest at the
rate of seven per cont, per annum, from the day
of salo, payable unnually, and mortgage of the
premises; tho building to bo insured and the poH
ev assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers and.
stamps. G. HERBERT SASS,
J Feb 6 Assierneo of Evans & Cogswell.
Three Desirable Buddina Lots at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
WK will sell, on tho first MONDAY id MARCH, at
10 o'clock, in front of the Court House, in tho
citv of Columbia,
T?RKE DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS.
Lot No. 1. All that lot or paroo! of DAND. front?
ing and measuring on Gervais street sixty- niuo
feet four inches (O'J 1 in.) and running back two
hundred and eight foot eight inches, (208 8 in.,)
bounded on tho East by John English, now occu?
pied by Col. A. M. Hunt as a Hotel; West by Lor
No. 2; North bv lot formerly Mrs. Baldwin's.
Lot No. 2. Fronting and measuring on Gervais
street sixty-nine feet fonr inches, and running
back two hundred and eight feet eight inches
bounded on the Fust by Lot No. l;oh 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 (G0!4io.) and run?
ning back two hundred and eight feet eight in eben
-bounded on the East by Lot No. 2; cn tho Wost
by Gates street: North by lot formerly Mrs.
TEUMH."One-third cash; the balanco on one and
two years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
premises. Purchasers to pay for papers and
stamps. Feb 6 t
State of South Carolina-Greenville Co.
Wyman, Byrd A Co. rs. Grady A Hawthorn.-Bill
lo Forcelote Mortgage, etc.
BY virtue of tho decretal order of his Hor.ir,
Judge Janies L. Orr, mado in the above case,
1 wi 1 sell, to the highest bidder, at Greenville
Court Houeo.on SALESDAY in MARCH next, the
premises described in the pleadings, viz:
All that piece, parcel and tract of LAND, situ?
ated in the County of Greenville, seven miles from,
tho Court House, and six from the Greenvillo Rail?
road Depot, lying on both sides of Reody River,
containing 490 acres, moro or less, in a high state
of cultivation. Upon the placo is located tho well
known Cotton and Wool Factory of tho defen?
dants. Tlie Cotton Factory is in full operation,
with sonic 1,300 spindles and 24 looms; the Wool
Factory, wah 120 mule spindles, is also in good
order and successful operation. On the premises
aro a good Flouring, Grist and Saw Mille, with
Blacksmith S- op; two comfortable Dwelling
Houses, and several small Framed Houses, for
tho operatives, with a nico Brick Church. Tho
water power, at all seasons, is sufficient to drive
throe times tho amount of machinery now in ope
lation. Tho country is remarkably healthy, with
a climate unsurpassed in the United States; with
a sober, industrious and cnorgetic population.
Wooded lands adjacent, well timbered, can be pur?
chased at reasonable prices. This is the best
opportunity for an invo: tment for capitalists that
has been offered in the up country since ib,e war.
Tanita -cash. Purchaser to pav for papers and
stamps. W. A. MoDANIEL, C. C. C.
Feb ll ___th_9__
IWILL offer, at public sale, at Fairfield Valloy,
Jackson County, N. C., on tho 8th day bf
APRIL noxt, all tho REAL ESTATE of W. O.
Killgore, deceased, amounting to about 3,500
acres, moro or lees; sold under an order of Court,
with will a.inoxed; with one-tenth paid in hand, to
defray expenses; one-half of tba remainder on a
credit of six mouths, and tho other half on a
credit of twelvo months. The purchaser giving
bond, with approved security, over tho homestea.d;
tim Administrator withholding title until purobaEO
motioy is paid. WM. NORTON,
Feb 20 s4 Administrator._
United States Internal Bevenne.
TUMID DIST. S. C., COLUMBIA, February 17, 1869.
ON tho 27th of FEBRUARY, 1 will sell, ONE
STILL, CAP AND WORM, seized from J. F.
Witt, of Orangcburg, for violation of Internal
Revcnoo Laws. R. M. WALLACE,
Fob 18 th2sl Deputy Collector.
Try McKenzie's Celebrated FRUIT CANDY.
WILL bo rented, at public outcry, on MON?
DAY, 1st of MARCH, in front of tho Court
[louse, at 10 o'clock A. M., a portion of that valu?
adlo tract o? land, known as the ' MCCULLOCH.
PLACE." near the Fair Grounds. Torino oash.
Feb 26 3 W. T. WALTER, Auctioneer.
AH I am about to loavo tho State, JOSEPH D.
POPE. ESQ., will act as mv Attorney.
Fob 20 2* JOHN LKCONTE.
OFFICK SUP'T. H. C. PENITENTIAUY,
COLUMBIA. S. C., February 25. 1869.
PROPOSALS for dolivcry of FRESH MEAT and
for FI RE-WOOD will bo received at this office,
between tho hours of 10 and 12 o'clock A. M., until
MONDAY, thu 1st tia) of MARCH next.
For terms, apply rn writing, or personally, ft
this office. Proposals will bo entertained for de?
livery of 6 to 10 Tons of marketable BROOM
CORN, at times, after harvest, to bo agrocdupon,
as above stated, within tho 15th day of April next.
Fob 26 6 CARLOS J. 8TOLBRAND, BnpX_
Alo and Porter.
pry\ DOZ. Muir A Son's Edinburg ALE, 50 Doa.
e)U Guinness A Son's Dublin Porter, rcceivod
and for sale low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.