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M3Wttt*!p*, JAMAICA. December a*.-*}
The ebqroh hie beau disestablished and
disendowed, and many clergymen have
resorted to manoa] labor for a livelihood.
? Wuihlngton Hew?.
WASHINGTON, December ' 29.-The
SCorning Chronicle says, the statement
sent from this city lo the New York Tri?
bune, and published in that paper. pf
yesterday, imputing certain views and
purposes on the Cuban question, are ut?
terly withont foundation.
Internal retenue receipts to-day,
Riohnrdson, the Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury, positively vacates his posi?
tion on tho 1st of Jannary.
Senator -Pratt; of Indiana, has re?
It is now said that the decrease in the
public debt will hardly reach $3,000,000.
The Agricultural report is just out,
and rhakes the cotton crop 2,700,000
o ramon bales,
Nsw YORK, December 29.-It is re?
ported that Cresswell has contracted with
the Williams Sc Guion and National
Steamship Companies for carrying the
ST. LOUIS, December 29.-250 Chincso
departed by the steamer Mississippi, to
work on Texas railroads.
RIC?IMOND, December 29.-The State
Central Committee of the seceding wing
of the Republican party hos prepared a
bill, to be submitted to Congress, pro?
viding that the Legislature Bhalt meot
and take only the oath proscribed in the
fourteenth amendment, and go on to
elect State officers and judges ; niter
whioh, it shall adjourn, and its work bo
submitted to Congress, and, if approved,
the State then to be admitted.
Dr. James Dovo, a well kuowu physi?
cian, died to-day.
NEW ORLEANS. December 29.-A
largo number of vessels from foreign
ports, with cargoes, have arrived, among
them the new steamship [Statesman, of
the New Orleans and Liverpool line.
CHARLESTON, December 29.-Arrived
-gun-boats Standish and Triana, Tybce;
schooner S. E. Woodberry, Baltimore.
Sailed-steamer Charleston, New York;
steamer Marmora, Liverpool; bark
Maria, Liverpool; brig Pauletta, Barce?
lona; schooner B. N. Hawkins, Boston.
The way in whioh De Lesseps won that
new young wife of bin is thus explained
by a Paris letter: "Ho had brought to
ladies in France a great number of Jeri?
cho roses, and was distributing thom at
an evening party. Ho stopped boforo the
young brunette, who is uow Mrs. Do L.,
and said: 'It is not in my power to mako
this roso bloom afresh [overy ono knows
the legend of the Jorioho rose], but ex?
press a desire in accepting it, and I
swear that it shall be accomplished.' 'I
desire-whatever you wish,' murmured
the young girl. 'Well,' said De Lesseps,
'I wish you to bo my wife.' And she is."
Tho weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored by
the uso of" SOLOMONS' BITTE?0. N21
HOTEL ARRIVALS, December 29.-Columbia
Hotel-J Browne, J F Douglas, lady two chil?
dren and servant, J O Doal and daughter, AM
Tharin, A E Lard, Charleston; W U Wise, Q O
Whaley, Miss Mary Adams, N C; T H Dearing,
Athens; Miss Dearing, Augusta; J B Bnrton,
Arkansas; J Ferguson, ll C Fletcher, J W
Casiler, wife and child. Miss L B Howard, W
H Oranos, N Y; P B Thompkins, Lancaster; F
W t?tocker, Hopkins; H B Faut, Groen ville; G
F Kinloch, Charleston.
National Hotel-Wm Thompkins, Walhalla;
E 8 Morgan, Conn; C W Gunin, L L Guft?n, G
Houser, Abbeville; J Banister, Greenville;
Renewick, Newberry; G F Fitb, Aiken; G
Aldredge, J Shnpman, N C; J N McKonzio,
Orangebarg; Mrs H Shaekelford, Ga; C Mnr
?hy, Texas; R Mollagin, Spartanburg; M F B
Eaynesworth, Sumter; BJ Coatee, Charleston;
Mrs Lyles, T B Pearson, Fairfield.
O. F. JACKSON.
" ?m* All extra FINE GOODS, such as
SILK DRESS GOODS,
Will be sold at COST.
Fresh Country and Mountain BUTTER,
Pink-Eye and Peaon-Blow Planting Potatoes
Fine Goshen CHEESE, at G. DIEROKH,
J?n 23 At the Sign of the Watch.
i,mijiin.ni,un;u,jnu j.i.i ij
COLUMBIA, a C., December? 29.-Cot?
ton WM in good demand to-day, at 23;
?mle? about thirty -van balee, J A '
NRW YOBX, December 29-Noon.
Stocks weak and nnsettled. Money 7.
8terling 9; long 9%. Gold 1.19%.
Bonda 12%\ Tennessee O's, ex-coupon,
53; new 47f?; Virginia G's, cx-coopon,
471:,' ; new 54; Louisiana 6's, old, 70; new
CG1 \ ; leves 6's 64; S's 62; Alabama 8's
94; G's OG; Georgia 6's 81; North Caro?
lina's, old, 42'.<; new 28J?; South Caro?
lina's, new, 80. Flonr 5o. better. Wheat
lo. lower. Corn lo. lower. Fork quiet
-mess 80.00@8O.25. Lard quiet. Cot?
ton steady, at 25)?. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Money stringent, at 7. Gold
dull and heavy, at 19^@19%. Cotton
firm-closing quiet, with sales of 3,300
balee, at 25)6. Flonr 5@10c. better
superfine email@example.com; common to fair ex?
tra firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat better-red Wes?
tern winter email@example.com. Corn heavy
old mixed Western 1.00. Fork unchanged.
Lard firmer, at 18@18J.j. Whiskey
firstname.lastname@example.org. Freights firmer.
BALTIMORE, December * 29.-Cotton
nominal, at 24??. Flour dull. Wheat
steady and active-white 85@87; yellow
88@92. Oats and rye dui). Provisions
very dull and unchanged. Whiskey 1.00.
CINCINNATI, December 29.-Corn firm
at 75(^77. Whiskey 94@95. Pork 29.00.
Bacon in fair demunu-shoulders 14;
sui OR 17. Lard higher, at 18.
NEW ORLEANS, December 29.-Cottou
active and high grades scarce and firm,
at 24@24i?; sales 5,600 bales; receipts
2,956. Flour firmer, at email@example.com. Corn
dull, at88@90. Pork firstname.lastname@example.org. Ba?
con unchanged. Lard-tierco 18Jy@
[ 18).<; keg 20@2l. Sugar and molusses
quiet. Whiskey email@example.com. Coffee un?
changed. Gold 20,i?
MoDiiiE, December 29.-Cotton mnrket
dull, with sales of 1,000 bales-middling
23l?@23?d'; receipts 1,600.
?SAVANNNAII, December 29.-Receipts
2,585; sules 350-middling 23>'u'; market
AUGUSTA, December 29.-Cotton mar?
ket opened firm, at 23, but closed quiet,
at 22?.i@23; sales 560 bales; receipts 530.
CHARLESTON, December 29.-Cottou
quiet; sales 450 bales-middling 23J?;
receipts 1.108; exports continent 360;
LONDON, December 29-Noon.-Con?
sols 92.1fe. Bonds 86.
LiVERrooi.., December 29-Noon.
Cotton oponed steady-uplands 113?@
llj.i; Orleans ll 5B@H34'.
LIVERPOOL, December 29-Evening.
Cottou heavy-uplands HjJ?; Orluans
11%; sales 12,000 bales.
Annual Meeting of Columbia Gas Light
THE annual meeline o' Stockholders in Hie
Company, will take placo THIS DAY, the
30th instant, at VI o'clock M., in tho City
Council Hall. JACOB LEVIN,
8ocretarv Columbia Gas Light Companv
Doc 30 _ 1
Celebration of Emancipation.
THE various Republican Clubs of tho city
and vicinity will form iu procession at i)
o'clock A. M.. on SAT JRDAY, January 1, 1870,
in front of Janncy's Hall, and, headed bv tho
Band, will proceed to tho Capitol Grounds, by
tho following route: Up Assembly atreet, to
Washington street; through Washington to
Richardson street; up Richardson street, to
Lumber street; through Lumber street, lo
Sumter street; down Sumter to the State
House. The Hon. Wm. Johnston will act as
Chaplain. Tho Hon. R. B. Elliot will read the
Emancipation Proclamation, and Orations
will bo delivered br tho following gentlctneu:
Hon. W. B. Nash. Hon. F. J. Moses, Jr.. Hon.
T. J. Robertson, Hon. J. L. Neagle and Rov.
Chief Marshal- Charles Miuort. Assistant
The public gcnorallv aro invited to partici?
pate. S. B. THOMPSON,
Chairman Committee of Arrangements.
JOHN E. ROBERTSON, Hecretary. Dec 30
lill I. SS ELS CAPBETIXG!
JOHN CROSSLEY A SONS' MAKES
AND SELECT PATTERNS,
WILL BE CLOSED OUT
AT COST FROM
IW.D.LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. MOCRKKUY.
AGOOD arlicle of SMOKING TOBACCO,
can find the following popular brands at
HARDY SOLOMON'S, either at wholesale or
Alabama Tiger. Dec 29
New Raisins and Figs.
4 /"V/^V WHOLE, half and quarter boxes
MAJVJ now Layer RAISINS.
25 drums new Smyrna FIGS, for sale by
Deo 7 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Sf\ BOXES Prime Catting CHEESE,
0\/ 10 Boxes Young America Cqecso, for
sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
BETTER than Preston's, warranted. Only
twenty-five cents a box, at
FIrtBER A HEINIT8H'8 Drug Store.
Candy 1 Candy 1
KA BOXES Mixed CANDY, jost received
ZJ\J ??? Tor sale low by the box.
Deo 10 J. h T. R. AGNEW.
.Lr JTJ8Treceived from Ken- -
*?B?tco?y a larg? and select fU-^
aJUg.?took of yoong MDLE? and A?T*
HvSSSb, which can.be aeon at lx>- <TZl
gan's Stables, roar of State House. *7X
Dec 39 l? W. 8. * J. M. TALBOTT.
To Bent for the Ensuing Year.
THAT desirable PLANTATION Are milo?
below Colombia, on the road to Bates'
Ferry, known as "The Gadsden Plantation."
On the place aro ali nocesaarj out-bnRdings,
and Cabins for fifty to seventy-five hands.
Apply to J. 8 AN DEBS GUION ABU,
Dec 89 fl Adm'r Estate J^S. Guignard.
M UH. ZIMMERMAN'S KC HOOL
^fl Swill recommence January 3, 1870.
eflB^^ Dec 28 ?3_
IN pursuance to an order from tho Probate
Judge of Lexington County, I, W. T.
.lumper, Executor of tho estate of David
Cropps, deceased, herein givo notice that I
will make a final discharge of said estate, on
THURSDAY, the 10th o? January, 1870.
Dec IC th4? W. T. JUMPER, Executor.
Cock-pit at the Exchange House.
THE undersigned informs the
m lovers of COCK-FIGHTING, that be
?wLfWb^hiis completed a PIT, on IUH pre
WfuffHWlmises; and promises that the most
^KMSHoerfect order shall bo maintained.
rffiA number of gentlemen, with lino
^*mGt*m Chickens, have already arrived, and
many others are expected. Tho fighting will
commonco on CHRISTMAS DAY. A WELSH
MAIN-sixteen entries-will bo fought on
TueBday, tho 23th. lt. FRANKLIN,
To Shipper? of Cotton.
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE G. ft C. R. R..
COLUMBIA, S. C., DECEMHSR 18, 1860.
ON and after the 1st January, 1870. an addi?
tional charge of fifty cents per balo, will
be made to the present rates on all cotton
shipped over the Orconviic and Columbia Rail?
road, (irrespective of distance,! that is bound
with rope, instead of iron hoops and ties.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Dec 18 iG H. P. HAMMETT, President.
gr Papers publishing by agreement with
the Company, will publish three times.
DR THOMAS T. MOORE,
BEOS Icavo to inform his patients that he
will bo absent from Hie city during tho
holidays, but will return SATURDAY, Janu?
ary 1, 1870. Doc 28 5*
Payment of Interest.
T^OFFICE C.. C. A A. R. R. CO..
oHhaniA. S. C., December 25, 18G9.
HE Conpwh due January 1. 1870, on Bonds
of tho Charlotte and South Carolina Rail?
road Company, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road Company and of this Company, will be
paid, (less Government tax.) at First National
Bank, Charlotte; Carolina National Bank, Co?
lumbia, and Banking House of J. J.Cohen A
Kons, Augusta, at option of holders.
Dec28 3 C. H. MANSON. Treasurer.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
RICHARD BARKY, Proprietor.
IS conveniently localed and easily ac?
cessible from Miiin street, being ou Wash
_ ington, near Sumter. The very best ot
LIQUORS always on hand. Tom and Jerry,
Flip, Hot Punches, and other winter beve?
rages, prepared at short notice. Nov 30
AS I contemplate "changing my base" at
tho close of the year, and must, as a con
I sequence, close up old matters, all persons in
I debted aro notified that it is necessary that
they should como forward promptly and settlo
up. RICHARD HARRY,
Dec 'J Caroliua House.
ON WEDNESDAY, 29th December, instant,
a final settlement of the estate of tho lato
Major JAMES O'HANLON, will bo made at tho
office of the Clerk of tho Court of Common
Pleas, at Columbia. All persons having de?
mands against the said estate aro hereby noti?
fied to present tho samo tn tho Executors on
or bofore tho said 29th Decemhor, or ho forever
barred. SAMUEL Ii. JONES,
Cor.UMiu.v, S. C., Deo. 8. 18(19. Dec 0 J
HEISE'S DINING- SALOON.
^ ^txnr^ I? OPENED for the?.?
^b-~etT7%. <k"TSSKASON, with ehoieofUBBW
OYSTERS, GAME, Ac, togcthor with '-ll ^
everything that is usually kept in a first class
Restaurant. Nov 16
*a-LUNCH every day at ll o'clock.
OR. XV. H. TUTT'S
STANDARD PREPARAI IONS.
SARSAPARILLA ANO QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dye, For sale br
Feb 27 ly_E. E. JACKSON.
THE undersigned gives notice that ho will
apply to Hon. William Hutaon Wigg,
Judge of Probato for Richland County, at his
office, in Columbia, on MONDAY, January 24,
1870, at 10 a. m., for a final discharge as Guar?
dian or Sallie H. Bolton. J. P. SOUTHERN.
COLPMBIA. Deoember 22, 1869. Deo 23 ?
AND en route from tho Factory in Virginia:
300 boxes common, medium and fine
TOBACCOS, which will bo sold at Factory
prices, by HABDY SOLOMON,
Dec 29 Agent for Factory.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTrON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale. Mino
is tho improvod BOYD PROLIFIC, which ox
cols any other. Tho price is $2.50 per bushel.
A J examination of my proofs will bo convinc?
ing. 1 rofer to Jocob H. W?lls and J. D. Hilt
Call and look at tho growth, in Botcher Town
Dec 3 _ N. POPE.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
.fife, /-\ IF you want fresh Norfolk OY8
^ilJyTEBB, call at tho Columbia Ice
^?J&w House, where they aro kept con?
stantly on hand, and Bold low for cash. All
ordere from the country promptly attended to.
Nov 10 8mo? JOHN JD. BATEMAN.
THE highest market price paid for OOT
TON. E. ft G. D. HOPE.
Always the Best Kerosene Oil.
TO be had at Fisher ft Heinitsh's Drug
store, cheap. Deo 21
AT HARDY SOLOMON'S:
10 bb to. nsw crop New Orleans SYRUP
something superior. Dee 29
Froth Norfolk Oyster?,
"DECEIVED EVERY DAY, and families can
JL> bs supplied in ?BT quanti ty, at
NOT 24 J. E. HBIBE'8 RESTAURANT.
Fina Gold Watch Chains
OF all tho latest ntvlcs, for Ladies and Gen?
tlemen, for eale by WILLIAM GLAZE.
IHAVE just received by Express a fine as?
sortment of DIAMOND JEWELRY-Rings
from $40 to ?250. WILLIAM GLAZE.
Doo 16 _
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Doc 16 WILLIAM GLAZE.
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST recoived by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, tine Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, 8bot and Caps, of all
kind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A Co.'? Banking House. Dec 16
Fine Gold Watches
uss IITSVBTI OF h" descriptions, for Ladies
.^S3&^kV Rni1 Gentlemen, for salo at
?&Ufl| WILLIAM GLAZE'S,
.^^^^^^?^??w Ono door North of Messrs.
Scott <V Williams' Banking House. Dec 16
Gibbes & Thomas, Real Estate Agents,
OFFER their services to the public as GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and sell
Lands, and otber property, on commission. No
sharg? s until sales aro effectod.
JAMES O. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
Jan 10 WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Use the Best.
FINE English Cooking Soda, same price as
Pnro Cream Tartar.
For Halo low hv
Nov 25 E. E. JAOK80N, Druggist.
Land, Mill, &c, tor Sale.
WILL l>o Bold, at Greenville C. H., on sale
day in Januarv next, at auction,
Tho entire DISTILLERY PROPERTY of
W. C. Goodwin St Co., consisting of small
tract of LAND, on which is a Grist Mill and
Steam Distillery, with necessary out-build?
ings; and a lot of now Barrels; situated iu tho
vicinity of Lima, nineteen miles from Green?
ville C. II. Terms made known on day of sale.
Dec 25 ||3t2 W. ?-J*OODWIN A CO.
E. E. JACKSON'S Drug Store.
To the Public.
CH I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
j J>r?5h?inform the citizens of Columbia
ip, / fjjjr? and the surrounding country go
^A?> ^JBjocraUy, that I bavo resumed my
sSStt^sBV^old Business again, after a lapse
of twout.v years, engaged in the manufacture
of Iron, I am again back at my first Business,
that of WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
where a full Stork of all Goods kept in a First
Class Establishment can be found. 1 shall n-e
my best endeavors to givo satisfaction to all.
I hope te rocoive a share of patronage. I shall
keep First Class Workmen, and all work en?
trusted to mo will bc warranted.
Nov 6 WILLIAM GLAZE.
rjTHIK undersigned, Executors of tho estate
or JAMES O'H ANLON, will apply to Hon. Wm.
Unison Wigg, Judge of Prohato for Richland,
at his office, on the 11th day of January, A. D.
1870, for a final discharge as Executors of ?aid
estate. SAMUEL L. JONES, \ Executors
JE88E REESE, j kxecutois.
COLUMBIA, 8. C. Dee 9 i 14
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
r-tl THE undersigned most respectfully
yy\ informs his patrons, and the public in
Al.sRgeneral, that ho has received a well se?
lected assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry
and Clocks-amongst them tho celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eye-glasses of
evory focus, to suit all oyos. Abovc-mcntionod
articles will be Bold at reasonable prices. All
work connected with this line will be oxecn'ed
In the best workmanlike manner, and proporlv
warranted. A. W. WEH RILAN,
Plain street, opposite Mr. Berry's Furnitnre
Booms. Oct 27
Christmas and New Year Gifts.
BRYAN A McCARTER have a large and ele?
gant variety of small WRITING DEBKS;
Dressing Cases; 100 sty/es of PUOTOOBATU
A Limns; PORTFOLIOS; Chessmen; Backgam?
mon Boards; Pocket-Knivcs, from 25 cents to
$3 00; GOLD PENS and PENCIL CABES; Papor
Knives for tho desk and pocket; now kind
Port-moniea; Visiting Card Casos; Fancy Ink?
stands; Croquet and other Games; Paint
Boxes, all sizes; ENOBAVINOH; Stereoscopes.
Also, an elegant assortment of tho ENOMSU
and AMEIUCAS POETS, in small and lar,'o vo?
lumes, all prices. Aleo, a great variety of
new illustrated Books and Toy Books, for
children. FINE BIBLES, PRAVYT .HOOKS; Hymn
Books for all denominations, ? f/j?.occo and
Vol vet Binding.
SW^ Call and look over onrst:ock._ Dec 23
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
WE take pleasure in announcing to the
public, that we have this day opened a
fine etock of DRY GOODS, of every descrip?
tion, and shall always have ou band a fine
assortment of all the various Goods appertain?
ing to our trade.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always be replete, with the tutest styles
of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths, Merinos, Delaines and Operas, in all
colors, Prints of all grades and makes.
TABLE LINENS, in all stylos, Damasks,
Towels, Napkins, Doyliea and Diapers of
In J BANS, CASSI M ERES, BROADCLOTHS,
DOESKINS, we shall always have a complete
In BLEACHED GOODS, 8HEETINOS and
8HIRT1NG8, and in BROWN COTTONS, wo
shall offer groat inducements.
In OLOVE8, HOSIERY, GENT'S WEAR,
Collars, Merino Drawers and Shirts, a fine se?
lection and bargains.
A fine assortment of NOTIONS on hand.
Call and see ns, at the New 8tor?, in Diorcks*
new building, under tho old Kinaler Hall.
Deo 2 flmo 8. W. PORTER A CO.
BY 3.0. PSIAOTTO * SOM.
THIS (Thuraday) MORNING, December 80.
1869. at 10 o'clock, precisely, at oar Anotion
Room, wa will Mil, without reeerre, tht fol?
lowing neatly kept Furniture and House?
hold effect a:
BEDSTEADS, Rocking Chairs,
Arm Chairs, Mahogany Tablee,
Cane Seat Chairs, Eight-day Clock,
Andirons,Shove LB and Tongs,
Fender, Window Shades,
Blankets and Comforts, Goblets and Basins,
Ac. Conditions cash. Sale positive.
Biohland County-In Equity.
DECREE FOR FORECLOSURE.
JACOB LF.YIN. Aucnoxacn.
James TJ. Adams rs. Johu Kleckley.- Under
\ Decree of th? Circuit Court, sitting in Equity.
WILL be sold, on the first MONDAY in
JAN UARY n ext, before the Court House,
in Columbia, between the hours of ll a. in. and
3 p. m.,
I All that LOT of LAND, situate near the cit)
of Columbia, in the County of Richland, on thc
Camden Road; batting and bounding to thc
North on the Camden Road; East by the land)
of Dr. John Wallace; and to the South anc
Wost by lands of the est te of Robert Latta
containing four acree, more or leas.
Terms cash. Tho purchaser to pay for pa
pera and stamps. D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Julian Soule, Adm'r. el al. vs. Emma 8. Duo t
IN pursuauco of tho decretal order of th
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I will aell
on the first MONDAY in January, 1870, in fron
ot tho Court House in Columbia, within th
legal hours, the following property, viz:
The HOUSE AND LOT in the city of Colum
bia, bounded on the North by lands of Wm
Price; East by the Marion Streot Metbndit
Church; South by Lumber Street, and Wei
by lands of Wm. Laval, Trustee, measuring 7
feet C inches, more or less, on Lamber stree
and running Back Northwardly 126 feet si
inches, more or ICBS.
The above described property will bo aold r
tho risk of the former purchaser, he bavin
failed to comply with the terms of sale.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for stami
and papera, P. F. FRAZEE, B. B. C.
Under order of Judge of Probate-Ex parte
IN pursuance of an order made by Wm Hu
eon Wigg, Judge of Probate for Richlar
County, I will Bell, on the FIHST MONDAY
January next, in front of the Court House,
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
? AU that HOUSE and lot of LAND, in tl
city of Columbia, situate on Picken? stree
having a front thereon of 62 feet, and havh
a depth of 203 feet, bounded by lota of Oeor?
Me l.V ni o re. Edwin J Scott and Nain aol Dent,
TEBXB OF SALE-One-half caBh, and the b
lance on a credit of twolvo months, with int
rest from day of salof secured by bond ai
mortgage of tho premises. The purchaser
insure tho property and assign tho policy, ai
to pay for stamps and papers.
Dec 12 mth _ P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Under order of Judgo of Probate--Ex pa
Mrs Elizabeth Lynch and Walters Lynch
Mrs Ellen McKenna- Petition for Purlin
IN pursuance of an order made by Wm Hi
son Wigg, Judge of Probato for Richla
County, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
January next, iu fro A t of tho Court House
Columbia, within tho legal hourn,
All that lot of LAND, in tho city of Colu
bia, situate on Richardson st rei t, and bout
ed on tho North by William McGuinnis'1
measuring thereou 105 feet; on tho East
Richardson street, measuring thereon 28 f
4 inches; on tho South by lot of citato
James McAndrews, measuring thereon
feet; and on tho Wost by lot formerly of n
ry Davis, but now of John McIntosh, meas
ing thereon 31 feet. Term? cash.
Dec 12 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. (
Wm Shiell and John A Shiell va Elizab
Shiel), et al.
PURSUANT to the decretal order of
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in
abovo stated case, I will sell, on tho Flt
MONDAY in January next, in front of
Court House in Columbia, within thc lc
All that lot of LAND, in tho city of Coli
bia, situated on tho corner of Sumter and L
streets, bouuded on tho North by Josoph '1
Im 'H lut, on the East by Sumter street,
measuring thereon 101 feet, more or less
tho South by Lady street, and mcasui
thereon 71 feet and 2 inches, more or less;
on tho West by Wm and John Shiell's lot.
TEIIMS-Cash enough to pay coats and
pen?is and one-third residue; balance <
credit of ono and two years, secured by b
and uiortgago of premises sold. Purchase
pay for stamps and all necessary papers.
Tho abovo described proporty will bo sol
the risk of former purchaser, he having fe
to comply with tormB of former sale.
Dec 12 mth _P. F. FRAZEE. S. R.
Sheriff 's Sale.
Edward Kinsler, Jr., and Henry O. Kin
Exeoutora, vs. Amelia B. Kiuslcr et u l
PURSUANT to the decretal ordor in
abovo stated case, of date Augusl
18G9. I will Bell, beforo tho Court House ii
Wimbia, on the first MONDAY in January,
within the legal hours,
All tho right, title and interest of Jo!
Einslor, deceased, in the following trac
LANDS, in Lexington County, of wbict
father, William Kinsler, deeeaaed, and
mather, Salomi Kinsler, deeeaaed, died
1 The Home Place, 1,000 acree.
2 The Friday Old Place, 300 acres,
3 The Seibel Field Tract, 100 acres,
4 The Mount Hebron Tract, 160 acres,
5 Tho Mc Cary Kinsler Tract, 800 acre,
G The Smith Tract, 640 aeres,
7 The Hunter Traot. 640 aores,
8 Tho William Kinaler Traot, 250 acrei
9 Tho Red Rank Traot, 2 300 acres,
10 Tho Mouth of Saluda Tract, 200 acn
11 The ' Burnt Honae" Tract, 1,620 aon
12 The Ooonee River Tract, in Goorgi
The above described property will hos
tho risk of the former xurchaaer, he h
failed to oomply with the turma of sala.
Terms easb. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R
Dee 12_ _ i
Wm. Wheeler Moyo, by next friend, ct.
R. Brown, Administrator.-hi Equit
IN pursuanco of the decretal order <
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, i
abovo Btated caso, I will sell, on tho first
DAY in January 1870, in front of the
House, in Columbia, within tho legal ho
All that TRACT OF LAND, in Ric
County, containing 200 acres, moro oi
bounded North by Elizabeth BruiiB'land
by Oilbert Garner and Joseph Bates;
aud Wost by Congaree River and Jos. Bi
A Tract of Land, situate in St. Mat
Parish, containing 250acres, moro or les
bounded on all sidos by Congaree River,
Tho above described property will be
the risk of tho former purchaser, he 1
failed to comply with tho terms of sale.
TEBHS or SALS.-Cash sufficient to pa;
and oxpenaea ol suit and salo; and the b
on a credit of one. two and three year
cared by bond and mortgage of the prc
Purchasers to pay for stamps and pape
Dec 12 rath P. F. FllAZBE, H. :
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. Sheriff. Salo.
Elizabeth a Starling va. Wesley D. Starling,
Jame? G. Gibbes, and others-BUL for Par
??(ion. Account, ebe.
BY TI r tao of ? decretal order in the abor?
oanee, leaning from the Court of Common
Fleas, ror Kio hi and, (sitting in Equity, )I will
sell, to the highest bidder, on the FIRST
MONDAY in January next, in front Of Uta
Court Monee, within the legal hoar? of sato,
the following parcels of READ ESTATE, be?
longing to the estate of the late Gabriel B.
Starling, deceased, ?11 lying and situated la
Richland County, to wit:
1. A Tract of LAND, known as the George
Coon Tract, containing seventy [701 acres,
more or loss, situated about twenty miles fro as
Columbia, near the road to Garner's Ferry. ?
2. A Tract or Land, known as Reedy Point,
containing four hundred and ninety-six 
acres, more or less, on MRI Creek, bounded by
lands of G. R. Bryce, Mrs. Brevard and Guig
3. A Tract or Land, known as th? Xamee
Campbell tract, containing three hundred ?nd
nineteen  acres, more or tess, bounded by
lands or Joseph E. Reese and E. D. Gilmore.
4. An improved Lot, in the city of. Colum?
bia, containing throe-fourths of an acre, more
or less, situated on the corner of Barnwell ?nd
I 5. A Lot, in the city of Colombia, eoutata*
ing four acres, moro or less, bounded by Low
' er street on the South, by Henderson street
on the East, and bylands of Mrs. McCord and
of Tines on thc West and North..
G. A Lot, in Columbia, containing four [a]
acres, more or less, bounced by Wheat, Assem?
bly, Gates and Bice street?.
7. A Lot, in Columbia, containing ono [1}
j acre, more or less, being tho North-west por?
tion of tho squaro bounded by Wheat, Rio?,
Gates and Lincoln streets. <
A Tract of Land, containing three hundred
and eighty-four  acros, more, or le??,
bounded by lands formerly bolonging to James
H. Adams, to catato of Ephraim Adams, ?nd
i to estate of Gaffney. This tract belongs ta
? estate nf Gabriel It SUrliug and to William
R. Taylor, and will be sold for partition be?
The muniments of title pertaining to th?
said paroels, with plats of rocent re-surveys
ot nar eels abovo numbered, 5, 6 and 7, may be
ai cu on die in the oin co of Clerk of the Court.
Tr.iiMs or S vi.F..-Cash sufficient to pay the
costs of proceedings and of sale, and ene*
third of tho purchase money; the balance on
a credit of one and two years, in equal instal?
ments, with interest from the day of sal?, to
bo seoorcd by houds with good sureties, and
mortgages of tho promises. Parchasere to
pay for necessary papers and rovenue stamp?.
Deo M m th _ P. F. FRA ZEE. 8. B. O.
James Hopkins, Administrator, and David
Hopkins rs. English Hopkins, Amy G. Hop?
kins, et at.- Bill to marshal assets for sal? of
\ lands, dc.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I will sell,
on tho first MONDAY in January next, within
ino icgai hours, in front of the Court House,
the following tracts of LAND, belonging to th?
estate of tho late Gen. William. Hopkins, de?
ceased, situated in Richlind County:
1. One Tract, known as the "Little Myers I
Tract," containing sixty-one and one-quarter
nares, moro or less; bounded by binds of Mrs.
K. G. Brovard, Dr. Uugeuin and of estate of
Mrs. E. T. Hopkins.
2. One Tract, known as the "Big Myers
Tract," containing thirty-two and tbree-quar
tor acres, moro or less; bounded by lands of
MrB. Brovard and of estate of MrS. E. T. Hop?
3. One Tract, known as the "Little Creek
Tract," containing two hundred and eighty-?
seven and one-half acres, more or less; bound?
ed by lands of T. J. Robertson, T. J. Harrison,
of estate of A. Wallace and of estate of 0. B.
4. Ono Tract, known astbe"Mill Cr celt Tract,"
containing two hundred and ninety-three and
one-half acres, moro or lesa; bounded by lands
of C. P. Pelham, Mrs. Brevard, Thomas Harris
5. One Tract, known aa tho "Swamp Tract,"
containing four hundred and two and one
quarter acres, more or less; bounded by lands
of Mrs. Brevard. General Owens, by Black
Lake and ltaiford's Oroek.
6. One Tract, known as the **Discker Tract,"
containing four hundred and forty sores.
Plats of these several Tracts, recently re?
surveyed by Mr. Alex. Y. Leo, Civil Engineer
and Surveyor, may be seen on file in the office
of tho Clerk of the Court. -?
TERMS OF SALK.-Cash sufficient to cover
oosts of tho proceedings in the above case and
of sale, and one-fourth of the balance of pur?
chase money; tho romaindoron a credit of on?
and two years, in equal instalments, with in?
terest from tho day of sale. Purchasers to
give bond with good personal sureties, and
mortgages of the premises, and to pay for the
execution of the necessary papers and for re
venuo stamps. P. F. FRAZEE, Sheriff.
D. B. D. Saussure, for the use of D. B. Miller,
C. C. P., vs. Patrick Cantwoll.-Bill to fore?
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I wiU sell
on the first MONDAY in January next, in front
of the Court Houao, in Columbia, within the
All that LOT OP LAND, in the city of Colum?
bia, containing ono acre, and hounded as fol?
lows: On tho North by Standing street; on the
East by Joe Cyrus and John English: on tho
South by Taylor street; and on the West by
Winn street. The abovo described lot will ba
dividod and sold in four equal part?.
Tr. un s OF SALE.-Cash sufficient to pay th?
cost or suit and expenses of dale also th?
complainant's solicitors' fee; the balance on a
credit of oue year, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the premises. Purchaser to pay tot
stamps and papers.
Dec 12 mth P. F. FRAZEB, 8. B. O.
ri. iliitmm ?igg, Successor, ta. Sarah Cosby,
IN pursuance of the deoretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in the above
stated case, I will sell, on the first MONDAT
in January next, in front of tho Court House,
in Columbia, within the legal hour?,
All that TRACT or LAND, situate about
nino miles fi om the city of Columbia. Bast of
the Charlotte and South Carolina Eaiiroad,
containing 133J acres; and bounded on the
North by lands of William Moore and ea tate of
James Cosby; East by lands or Jackson Smith
and Willy Le Grande; South by Samuel Cooper;
and Weet by Barnool Googler and Charlotte
and Booth Carolina Railroad.
THUMS or SALE.-Cash sufficient to pay the
costs of suit and expenses of sale; balan oe on
a credit of six months, secured by bond and
mortgage of premises. Parch ???.S io pay for
stamps and papers. P. F. FRAZEB,
Deo 12 mth * 8. R. C.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
/ 1 ROWN from Seed purchased directly of
VT Mr. David Diokson, in 1867, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration wit?
I will deliver tho Becd, sacked in good order,
at tho Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 por bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.60 per bushel, for all
amounts in excess nf 6 bushels.
A. P. AM A KER, St. Matthew's, 8. O. -
1 respectfully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Feed of me last spring,
for if formation tonoh*n?r *he purity tsd supe?
riority of tho Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Pert Motte ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paulling, Esq., St. Mat?
ti! e w's ; L.It. Reckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. B. Muller.
Esq.. Orangebarg Court House ; all cf Orange
burg County, 8. C. Nov 4 8mo* i