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BARLS, January 10.-Tho report of the
Pope hue been received. He ?iii allow
no discussion of his infallibility, unless
ho is sore of a favorable result.
MADRID, January 10.-The crisis is
over. Jinero is President of the Cortes,
and has accepted the Ministry of the In?
terior^ TOpete is Miuister of Marino;
Sagosto is Minister of State.
. CHARLESTON, January 10.-Arrivod
schooner George Pantano, Baltimore.
The steamer Anna, which was arrested
on last Wednesday, by the United Statos
Marshal; at the instance of the Spanish
Consul, was released this morning-a
motion to that effect having been mado
by the counsel for the steamer, with tho
concurrence of the United States Dis?
trict Attorney, as nothing was found to
substantiate tho oharge of violation of
the neutrality laws. Tho Anna leaves
for Nassau to-night.
NASHVILLE:, Jaunary 10.-The Constitu?
tional Conventiou orgauizsd. John C.
Brown, a Confederate General, was
elected Chairman unanimously.
SAN FBANOISCO, January 10.-Deery
boat Dion for tho diamond cue and
$1,000. Dion mado 1,192 points.
WASHINGDON, January 10.-In the
House, many bills woro introduced, in?
cluding one from Payne, to reconstruct
In tho Senato, various petitions were
presented; among them, ouo for recog?
Sawyer is confirmed for tho Ninth Ju?
The San Domingo treaty was received
by the Senate and referred to the Com?
mittee on Foreign Relations.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $672,
In the House, Bluiu's vote, ordering a
vote on the main question, is considered
important. The bill iu question is
Bingham's, and admits Virginia without
The President hos nominated Thomas
Biddle Consul-General ut Havana, and
H?lm?s H. Emmons, of Michigan,
Judge, vice Withey, who declined.
Major-General Charles H. Smith, com?
manding the 19th Infantry, succeeds
General Mower in Louisiana. General
Ayres succeeds Smith iu the command
of the 19th Infantry, ut Little Kock.
General Reynolds assumes commuud of
the25th Infantry, vice Mower-still, how?
ever, retuining command in Texas.
Virginia and tho general condition of
affairs South was discussed in both
Houses. In the Senate, Stewart, Wor?
ner, Sawyer and Fowler advocated Vir?
ginia's admission; while Sumner, Wil?
son, Howard and Pomeroy suggested
obstacles. Warner wanted io go into
Alabama with the amnesty in one hand
and the halter iu tho other; he would I
pardon rebels, but hang murderers.
Fowler would substitute tho Biblo for
the halter. Fowler defended Tennessee
against the alleged slanders of her Con?
gressional delegation and Brownlow. In
the House, tho bill admittiug Virginia
was discussed. Bingham demanded tho
previous question; tho demand was sus?
tained, and a reconsideration of the vote
ordering the main question was moved,
by a voto of 76 to 7G; the Speaker voted
no. The main question was up, but, the
morning hour expiring, the matter weut
An error was found in tho vote on or?
dering tho main question on Virginia's
admission. Thc Speaker withdrew his
vote, and on tho subsequent voto shall
the main question bo or dered? the vote
stood: yens G6, nays80, and tho bill went
MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR BOWIE TO THE
MARYLAND LEGISLATURE.-It was read
Thursday. It is very long. Thc aggre?
gate of receipts into tho Treasury for the
fiscal year oudiug September 30th (in?
cluding a balance of $182,551.01 left over)
was $3,484,641.59. Tho total disburse?
ments for tho same year were $3.039,
301.18, leaving a balance of $445,840.41.
The State debt for which interest has to
be provided was on the 30th September
$12,692,938.90. Tho productive assets
of tho State (bonds and stocks on which
interest and dividends aro promptly paid)
amount to $7,228,413.13, Of impro?
ductive assets tho State owns $19,676,- \
632.08. Governor Bowie denounces tho
fifteenth amendment, and opposes its
ratification. Ho promises n separate
message concerning tho Chesapeake and
Ohio canal. He discusses at great length
the refusal of tho Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company to pay n bonus due
the State on passengers between Wash?
ington and Baltimore, and recommends
the taxing of all that compauv's $50,
000,000 worth of property.
Ashley is like Jemmy Twitoher sus-1
pended by his nether integuments, hung
upon a spike on tho top of a wall, in his
efforts to escape in a thieving expedition.
He was charged with an attempt nt affili?
ation with tho Democrats, and was about
to be removed from tho office of (lover- j
nor of Montana Territory. Dangling by
the wall, ho protests his innocence, and
inveighs against his eviction for so un- i
just an "impeachment"-a kind of as?
sault he is well acquainted with. Thus ?
stands the case. It is said ho is not
absolutely removed, his case being under j
advisement, but ho still hangs upon the !
walli We suspect that Ashley, under
tho impression that a great convulsion of
parties was ot baud, had r-Ash ley "over?
tured" tho Denis., but found, too soon :
that his strategy was about to placo him, !
instead, among tho "dams," and wailed
Baron Hnussman, Prefect of tho Seine, j
was removed, says a Paris despatch, on '
account of tho extravagance of, his ad?
ministration and tho unnecessary sums
expended in enlarging and beautifying
the city; the Emporor has complied with
the/leniantL /M. Chorrean has been ap
. UW^r^gaos sAy
'position will go far towards
lg the dynasty.
-?..?- . _
MAKE.-A colored Senator
[h Carolina, named Wright,
?ted an action against the
and Danville Railroad Com
msoquonce of his recent exclu
[the ladies' car by one of the
on that line. He estimates
los" at $6,000, und hus em
Biddle, Esq., of Washing.
?cover that sum from the"
[ ho can.-Richmond Whiy.
jong and healthy, yet lo pro
[good condition," I uso Soul?
FINANCIA!., AND ooM?ngnoiAii.
CoiiVMuiA, S. C., January 10.-Sales
of cotton to-day only about 40 bales
middlings 23c.. ,
ClNCINKATI PBOpUCB : AND P?OVJ?ON
MARKET-Report by Morris & Reid, Pro?
duce and. Provision Brokers.-CINCIN?
NATI, O., January 5, 1870.-Provision
market very dull and unsettled, with
sales of all hog product at lower prices,
and no demand at the decline. The re?
ceipts of hogs to-day G.9G4; markot dull
and a further decline established by sales
of live at email@example.com gross for fair to extra
heavy averages. Total packed to dato at
this point 298,610; total packed to same
time last season 322.022. Green meats
offered at 10, 12@14J? for best averages
of shoulders, sides and hams, but buyers
aro holding off, anticipating lower fig?
ures. Bulk meats-sales of partly eared
shoulders nt ll; fully cured nominal, at
Uli, 14;?@15 for shoulders, clear rib
and clear sides packed. Bacon-no
sales; but purchases could profitably be
made at 13, 16(?)16}-? for shoulders, clear
rib and clear sides; hams, canvassed, 20(a)
21. Lard nominal, at 17; but purchases
might be made .;(?),'.jo. less for city
kettled leaf; primo Btcam sold at 15j>"'.
Mess pork-sales 1,050 barrels, inside
city, at 2G.50. Corn-no old offered;
new shelled 80o. in elevator and OOo.
sacked, including bags. Oats 53o. in
elevator; 58c. including bags. Flour
unchanged; super firstname.lastname@example.org; extra 4.85
065.10; family 5.35@G.0O. Whiskey
highwincs 94c. sharp cash.
NEW YORK, January 10-Noon.-Stocks
unsettled, but firm. Money 7. Ex?
change-long 8-%; short 9j??. Gold
22*?. G2's, coupon, 15%; Tennessee's,
ex coupon, 53>?; now 50; Virginia's, ex
ooupons, 50>?; new 57??; Louisiana's,
old, G8; new G9; levee G's 65}?; 8's G0>?;
Alabama 8's 93; 6'a 63; Georgia G's 80;
7's 89; North Carolina's, old, 43; now
2SX?; South Carolina's, new, 72>?. Flour
dull and drooping. Wheat dull and
a shado lower. Corn dull and declining.
Pork firmer, nt 28.50. Cotton heavy, ot
25J?. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton a shade easier; sales
2,100 bales, at 25>"'. Flour dull and
heavy-superfine State email@example.com; com?
mon to fair extra Southern 5.50(?6.00.
Wheat heavy ond lower-winter red
Western firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dall and de?
clining. Pork steadv, at 28.0U(7i.28.87.
Lard tirm. Whiskey firm at email@example.com.
Freights on cotton-steam Money
very easy nt G(5}7. Sterling 8-??@8?4.
Gold 22^'. The Government sold
$1,600,000 in gold, at 22 1-1G.
LOUISVILLE, January 10.-Pork 28.50;
shoulders 13"'..'; clear sides 17. Whiskey
CHARLESTON, January 10.-Cotton
firm, but quiot, for want of offering
stock; sales 200 bales-middlings 24JJ"'@,
24J4'; receipts 1,100 bales.
AUGCSTA, January 10.-Cotton mar?
ket firmer; sales 532 bales; receipts 711
SAVANNAH, January 10.-Sales of cot?
ton, to-duy, 800 bales-middling 24 Vj J
LONDON, January 10-3 P. M.-Mo?
ney 92%. Bonds tinner, at 8G%.
PARIS, January 10.-Rentes firm, at 74
HAVRE, January 10.-Cotton quiet
on spot 137.
LIVERPOOL, January 10-3 P. M.
Cotton steady-uplands ll%(alll>?; Or?
LIVERPOOL, January 10-Evening.
Cotton quiet-uplands ll %(&ll1.Or?
leans U%@11&?; sales 10.000 bales; spe?
culation and export 2,000.
A T HARDY SOLOMON'8,1 case BON TON
?\_ SURPRISE CANDY. Jan H_
A N intelligent OIRL, well recommended,
?\_ can get a good situation as house ser?
vant. JAKES O. OIBRES.
Jan ll _ 1
AFURNISHED ROOM, by a siuglo gentle?
man. Address, "S. C. Q.."
Jan ll 1 * PnotNTX Office._
rj"MIE annual meeting of Ibo Stockholders of
.JL tho Carolina National Dank, will be held
THIS DAY, at 12 o'clock M , at thu Ranking
House. Jan ll 1
True Brotherhoo d Lodge No 84, A. F. M
AN extra communication of this
'Lodge will he held at Masonic Hall,
/mid EVENING, st 7 o'clock. Tho
Second Degree will he conferred.
Jan ll 1 F. A. PRAY, Scnrotary.
WON'T BE UNDER-SOLD ! !
CULVER THIMBLES, best in thecitv, FIFTY
WA I'CH O LASSES, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
at I. 8?LZ CACHE R'S,
Jan ll (J Colnmbia Hotel Row.
The Executive Committee
OF the South Carolina Kt at o Agricultural
and Mechanical Society will meet in Co?
lumbia, at the Columbia Hotel, at 7 o'clock p.
m., on TUESDAY, 25th instant. All tbo mem
bors aro requested to bo pr?sent. By order ol
tho Pr?sident. D. WYATT AIKEN,
Secretary South Curoliua Btato Agricultural
mid Mechanical Society. Jan ll HUIHT
'2 FINE BILLIARD TABLES, |
Sharpe's mike, slate bedding.
Tables are in good order, willi |
Cues, Calla and Countora com
plme. Will bo sold very low. Apply to
Jail ll Ci. DIERCKS.
Seed Potatoes. 1
1 Fifi BARRELS Irifh Planting Potatoes,
l.*J\J e.insisting ol
For sale to arrive, low for cash. Ordeis
from the country addressed to mo will receive
prompt attention. P. CANTWELL,
Jan ll 1 Colombia,8. C.
Academy of Music, Charleston, S. C.
During tho week commencing
MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1H70,
rpiIlS mugnillccnt Templo of tho Drama and
JL Music will bo occupied by the eminent
Shakspenan Scholar and Comedian,
MR. JAMES H. HACKETT,
Who will appoar as
?^Pr^WWrnLl 1 JJ ."r?J.B-S."fflWrWas at
BOOTH'S THRATRK, NEW YORK,
Ending on Christmas Evo. It was a success
that compelled this f imous icholar to appear
aa Sir John Falstaff continnnnsly fir over one
month. ... m?
Mr. JOHN T. FORD, tho Charleston Ma?
nager, formerly of Ford's Theatre, Washing?
ton, D. C., has secured Mr. HACKETT'S next
i Appearance.after Booth's Theatre, for Charles?
ton, S. C. Jan 111?
At Columbus, Obio, they had a bap?
tizing not loug ainco. lt didn't turn ont
to be a success, because the minister
took in a darkey first, and after sloshing
bim around in the tank, asked several
young ladies to step in who wore all pre?
pared. They wouldn't go in unless he
changed the water, and he told them he
would see them d-arned first. That's the
way the matter rested at last accounts.
SUBLIME H?TOCBISY.-A few days ago,
Secretary Boutwell, in the oourso of a
lecture, pathetically dwelt upon the folly
of attempting to govern a people without
their oonsent. Bootwell is determined
to believe that the Sonth is not BO gov?
erned, and some of the Southern people
are anxious that he should oontinne to
MURDERED.-Mr. Dan Lee, doing
business in Cochran, waa killed in that
place last Saturday night. He was be?
hind the counter, selling goods, when
some unknown person outside shot him
through the open door, lodging a load of
buckshot in his breast. He fell back
and died instantly.
[Hawkinsville Dispatch, 30th ult.
% One of Massachusetts' new Mayors, in
his inaugural address on Monday, gave
utterance to this sentiment: "As the east?
ern horizon of the present is made glori?
ous with its beaming rays of opportunity,
so may the sun-set hour of the future, by
the refractive influences of faithful duty
greet us with its gorgeous panoply of
The great land tenure conference of
nobility and lat.d-holders of Ireland will
shortly assemble in Dublin. Its pro?
ceedings are expected to have great in?
fluence in arranging the difficulties
which now exist between landlord aod
tenant, and the public press unite in ad?
vising a lib? ral and progressive policy.
A PRODIGY.-Missouri rejoices in a
mathematical genius who, through very
little rute, squared, in three minutes, the
following figures : 145,145.145,145. As
the result is 21,007,113,159,163,117,071,
025, wo leave tho reader to judge whether
it was an eusy performance or uot.
The man called .Tomes Logan No. 2,
who was recently shot in New York by
Jerry Dunn, died Thursday night. He
signed a paper declaring himself inno?
cent of the Bogers mordor, somo months '
ago, and that ho had uo kuowledge of |
who committed the deed.
A store clerk in Fond du Lao, Wis.,
got even with some boys who Rat on the i
door-step ut, nights and told obsceno !
stories to keep bim uwake. He poured
sulphuric acid on tho step, and when
they left, tho seat of their pants romained. j
They thought it would have been a good I
joko on any one else.
An exchange paper says that a delegate
from a territory, in Congress, is a sort of
Cougressioual tadpole. He can swim
and dive, but he cannot croak. He has
no vote upon what he has been talking
The last case of modesty is that of a j
young lady who discarded her lover, a.
i sea captain, because in speaking of ono i
j of4his voyages, ho said thatjhe "hogged" !
I the shore.
! A young lady being charged by a gen
! t Ie mun with having trifled with his feel?
ings, very lunnilv, as sho thought, ex?
claimed, "Well, I plead jilty."
The safe of tho Adams Express Com?
pany was robbed of 830,000 between
Washington and New York, on the 7th.
No cine to tho robbers.
Tho trigonometrical survey of the
kingdom of Qreat Britain, which was
commenced in 1783 by General Boy, was
ended last week, with the completion of
surveys in Scotland.
The Now York Herald says "General
Grant regurds tho law with contempt."
But it is hardly truo. How can he re?
gard with contempt a thing he knows
The firemen of Waverley, N. Y., are
going to resign. They have waited thir?
teen years for a fire, and none has oc?
curred. Their red shirts aro ont of
fashion, and they are disgusted.
Two young ladies, named Cnrtiss, ex?
hibited tho premium balo of cotton at
tho fair in Bronham, Texas. It was not
worn about their persons.
Tho World's Japan correspondent
writes that Russia has seized some of the
northern islands of the Japanese Empire,
and the belief prevails that it is the in?
tention of the Czar to ultimately absorb
the entire country.
An armed body of men stopped the
United States mail coaches on Tuesday,
between Denver and Cheyenne City, and
rifled them cf their contents. This is
tho second time tho mails on this route
have been robbed since Christmas.
We like cheek, but the young woman
who asked the photographer to take her
a pioture with an expression as if com?
posing a poem, had more than enough
for one person.
A telegram from Salt Lake announces
that the excitement among the Mormons,
caused by schism and the proposed con?
gressional legislation, continues.
A despatch from Troy, N. Y., says that
the Glenn Falls National Bank was en?
tered by burglars yesterday morning, at
an early hour. The safe was blown
opon and $20,000 stolen.
The Indians blamed for recent mur?
ders, near Fort Shaw, Montana, were
innocent, the white men were the perpe?
"Ohl what an excellent Tonio," is the
language of the invalid who uses SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, January 10,1670.
The following Sections of the "Ordinance,
concerning Streets, Pavements and Shade
Trees," are published for general information:
Kee. 13. Be it further ordained, That it shall
not be lawful to drive any wagon, cart, or
other carriage, or to ride or lead any horse
across or npon any open brick drain, within
I the corpora* .) Umita of the city of Columbi a:
! except, at the bridgea or other placea provided
i for crossing said) drains, under a penalty not
I exceeding fwentyX dollars for #tch and every j
i milli ' ii^ii iiwiiTt
^i!^XortorIuT^5?w or mule, or
suffer them to aft$d npon any pavement, ex
copt ia casos of absolute necessity; and any
Sarson offending herein, ahaU be subject tn a
ne of not less than one, nor more than fifty
By order of tho City Council.
Jan ll 6 _?. 8. MCMAHON, City Clork.
A Good Pinner
CAN boobtaiued any day, at 3 o'clock, at
tbs EXCHANOE HOUSE. Also, FREE
LUNCH from ll until 1 o'clock, daily. Jan t;
j BARRELS Pink-oye Planting POTA?
25 bbls. Poach Blow Planting Potatore,
i 25 bbls. Goodrich Planting Pot atoes.
A Yankee ono day a?ked his lawyer
how an heiress might be carried off.
"Yon oanuot do it with safety," said the
counsellor, "but I'll tell yon what you
may do. Let her mount a horse and
hold a bridle-whip; do you then mount
behind her, and you aro safe, for she
rons away with you." The next day the
lawyer fonnd that it was his own daugh?
ter who bad rou away with his olient.
The rebel Mozioan State of Han Luis
is to be reconstructed. The Governor
and most of the members of the Legis?
lature have been put in prison, a new
election has been ordered, and a forced
loan of $100,000 hus been levied on the
An Omaha despatch says that the
Mormon schism is increasing rapidly. ?
There are over two thousand apostates j
now in Utah, and they are about to have :
a daily newspaper. I
The Captain-General of Porto Rico j (
met with a narrow escape from death by I,
poisoning recently. The poison was . ;
verdigris, which had accumnlated on meat,
kept in a metal box.
Henry Ward Beecher is for instant
Onban recognition, right or wrong. He
looks at Cuba as he did at Mts. McFar?
land, simply as a suffering sister.
The Dnho or Devonshire is about to
construct, ab his own cost, a line of rail?
way from Fermoy to Lismore, in Ireland.
The estimated cost is ?120,000.
Tho weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored by j
the nse of" SOLOMONS' BITTEP?. N21 j
Louisville is going to post the names .
of oommon drunkards in the saloons,
und forbid the sale of liquor to them.
Why are lovers like turnips? Because
they are often pured (paired.)
THIS medicino is kuon n tn tho faculty as
being tho concentrate 1 fluid extraot or ;1
Sarsaparilla, u itod with ot lier valuable medi- '
oinal herbs, and ia guaranteed as chemically :
puro. For tho cure of
SCROFULA ANO CONSUltlPTfOK. j
This remedy in compounded expressly for 1
purifying and cleansing tho blood of all in- .
drmitios, going at once to the fountain-head ;
ofdiaoa.ie. It extinguishes
Tumors, Consumption, Syphilis, Skin F.rup- i
tions Scut Rheum, Roils, Rheumatism,
Waste of Vitality, Scrofula.
Wo all know tbat the promiscuous vaccina- < J
tion indulged in during tho lato war brod tho j 1
moat villainous diaeaaea. Vaccination pus was i
taken from tho arms of many persona foll of I
scrofulous sores. j
Then of course tho impurities of the acrofu- ]
lous patient were absorbed in the blood of men i
otherwise without diseases, and both became |
infected aliko. Men, women and children ;
throughout all tho Weat are most wofully
diacasod from this cause, and know not, until j
a few months ago, the origin of it.
Henry's Constitution Renovator
Relieves tho entire system ot pains and aches,
enlivens tho spirits, and sends new blood
BOUNDING THROUGH EVERY VEIN.
It imparts a
SPARKLING BRIGHTNESS TO THE EVR,
A ROSY GLOW TO TUE CnEEK,
A RUBY TINOE TO THE LIPS,
A Cr.EAHNi.sH TO THE HEAD,
BRIGHTNESS TO TUE COMPLEXION,
BUOYANCY TO TUE SPIRITS,
ANO HAPPINESS ON ALL binns.
For all affections of tho kidnoys it is unsur- !
People havo been rescued, as it wore, from 1
the very Jaws of death, by a timely uso of this
EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS LETTERS.
"Doctor, I was vaccinated in the hospital.
Before that I had no akin disease. Until I had
a bottlo of your 'Constitution Renovator,'
sont mo by Mr. Roper, of Columbia, Mo., I
suffered tortures with running sores. Since I
usod two bottles I am woll, oxcopta small sore
on tho calf of my loft leg, and that is getting
This from a lady: "And now my skin is as
oloar and fair as a babe's. My complexion,
thanks to yonr 'Renovator,' is beautiful."
"Yes, yes, I may well say such reliof waa
unknown to mo boforo. Enclosed find five I
dollars for six bottles; two families here want
to try it."
"I was very much troubled with syphilis.
Your remedy seoma to bo curing me fast. Send I
fonr bottlea per Express."
"No moro rheumatism. Throe bottles of
Constitution Renovator havo made me a new ;
"Doctor, oncloaed find $5. Ploaso sond me i
a supply. Two families hero want to try yonr
Wo havo not space for moro of tho above ex?
tracts, but you can ask yonr noighbor abont
the remedy. Every one has something good
to say, as it cures every timo.
For all diseases of tho
KIDNEY'S, RETENTION OF THE URINE, fte., Ac.
And for Female Diseases, Nervous Prostra?
tion, Weakness, General Lassitude and Want
of Appetite, it is unsurpassed.
CAUTION.-In ordering our remedy, always
place tho number of our Post Office Box on !
your letters. The new law in our New York
Post Onice compels this. Address,
DR. AI. K. HENRY di CO..
Director-Ooneral Berlin Hospital, Prussia, j
Agency of the United States,
Laboratory, 276 Pearl street,
Post Office Box 5.272, New York. !
SO- CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR is ll
per bottle, six bottles for $6. Bent anywhere '
on reoeipt of prioe. Patients are requested to |
correspond confidentially, and reply will ba
made by following mail.
Bold by all respectable Druggists.
A I BX A R . 8
A sovereign remedy for
DTSPHP IS XA,
And diseases arising from a disordered con?
dition of the Stomach and Liver. Prepared by
G. W. AIMA lt, Chemist and Druggist,
169 King, corner Vanderhorat street,
Charleston, South Carolina.
tm- SOLD DY ALL D RUO GISTS. -&y
Jan ll_ -i -Hy
Gas Bills for Month of December.
CONSUMERS are respectfully requested to
maku prompt pay meat? of the above. The
Compauy has pressing dcmatidB and muet be
met-do not permit yourselves to bo deprived
of tho light. Thc regulation regarding it,
will bo enforced without any distinction.
Jan 9 :? JACOB LEVIN, 8eo'y_Gas Co.
APOCKET-BOOK, containing eevoral valu?
able notes and other papers, eupposod to
belong to lt. \V. Bates, of Orangoburg, has
been found and placed in tho hands of Police?
man B?rry, who will return it to tho owner, on
payment of the ueoeBsary expenses. Jan 91_
1BARREL puro mountain dow CORN
WHISKEY, from tho mountains of this
ataie. CAMPBELL A JONES.
Jan 8 _ _3_
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, January 5, 1870.
TAXES on salea of merchandize, wales at
auction, and ou commission, insurance
agencies, receipts of hotula, boarding-houses,
Baloons, Ac. for tho quarter ondiug January 1,
aro duo, and prompt payment of the the same
is required. !? J. S. McMAHON,
Jan J! fi City Clerk.
Composition Powder, at
Jan 6_ _E. E. JACKSON'8.
AT REDUCED PRICES, at
_Ja_!' ?L_ 5; E. JACKSON'S.
Reduoed Rate? of Passage and Freight.
GENERAL AGENT'S OFFICE,
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA R. R. CO.,
COLUMIIIA, S. C., January ft, 1870.
THE reduced "Rates of Passage" adopted
by the Board of Directors of this Compa?
ny, will go into effect on MONDAY, Jannary
10. 1870. W. ALLSTON GIBBES,
Jan 9 3 General Agent.
0W Papera publishing by agreement with
tho Company, will pnblish throe times, tri?
Pocket Diaries for 1870.
PLA IN A ND SELF- CL OSlNG.
C)f\ DIFFERENT sizes and pricea. Miller's
South Carolina Almanac. Also, Lon
doa. American, Kural, Church and Pictoi Ul
Almanacs, tor 1870 For eulo by
Jan 6_BRYAN X MoCARTER.
C\f\f\ BUSHELS primo White CORN, for
?UU salo low for CASH.
/~o I havo just received another lot ol
Vyv linc DIAMOND RINGS, fino WATCHED
JK.Aand GULP THIMBLES. Call at WM.
L?L,AZIE'S, next door to Mesara. Scott, Wil?
liams A Co.'a Ranking House Jan 8 12
T7IRESH ONION SETS, and GARDEN SEED,
r at E. E. JACKSON'S.
Jan 5 _ _
Gc. I) I E E C K S
y??. gra RESPECTFULLY in foi ins hil
(?fggSjkWm friends and customers that ho hat
I nfl removed to his new establishment
I ll S tUmm formerly Kinalor's building, onthi
L'StSBLIlBhcornor of Richardaon and Tayloi
Btrebta, wuern ho will constantly keep on hanc
a caretnlly selected assortment of
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
Hams, Su^ar-cured Shoulders,
Falt?n Market Beef,
Herring and Codfish.
Flour, Meal, Rice, etc.
Canned Lobsters and Oysters, Sardines, otc
Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Canned Fruits
Jollies and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Winei
all of well-known branda, both
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ho will always have in bia Now Storo a fn
SMOKING TOBACCO of Richmond, Lynd
burg and Baltimore manufactures, in hal
quarter and one-eighth pound packagea.
SEGARS-both homo manufacture and in
And CHEWING TOBACCO of diff?rai
Besidoa every artielo belonging to a fin
Grateful for vast favors, and determined I
leave no honorable means untried to rctai
the good will of all who have favored n
hitherto, ami who may hereafter favor n
with their custom, I will bo happy to reccb
tho kind pa t ron u); e, both of my old friends at
of tho public in general. O. DIEKCK8.
THE undersigned gives notico that on tl
7th day of February next, ho will apply
W. H. Wigg, Esq., Judge of Probate for Ric
land County, at bis office, at 10 a. m., foi
final discharge aa Administrator of Mary '.
Jan 8 113_SAMUEL B.^HOSIPSON.
M^. JUSTroceivcd from Ken- -
Q3A tucky a large and soled
-?tock of young MULES and JfHA
tiuuor.S. which can be seen at Lo- \ ? / |
gan's Stables, rear of State House.
Dec_29 12_ _ W 8. A J. M. TALPOTT.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK OF
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 20. 1869,
TUE annual mooting of the Stockholders
this Bank will be hold at its banki:
Lou- e, in Columbia, on the second TUEbDj
of January 1870. being the 11th prox.
The Board of Directors have declared
semi-annual dividend for tho six months eu
ing December 21,1869. at the rato or SIX TEI
PER CENT, por annum, being Eight Per Cet
for tho period named, free of Uuitod Stab
state and County Tuxes, payable on and aft
the 5th dav of January m xt.
Pee 81 tnf W. B O ULICK, Cashier
GEO. W. WILLIAMS * CO.
WHOLESALE ? ROC EUS,
WILLIAMS, BIRNIE & CO.,
C5 Bearer afreet and 20 Exchange Place,
Upholstering and Mattress-making
THE undersigned baa opened work-shops
Washington street, a few doora West
the Masonic Hall, for tho purpose of earryi
on tho abovo business in all its branches. .
work entrusted to him will havo his poreoi
attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. I
long experience and boat efforts shall bo nt
to please all who favor him with orders.
Dec 19 timo I. ORIESHABER
ALL persona having demanda against I
estato of Mrs. S. H. HOWELL, docoas
will present thtrm, properly attested; and
persona indebted, will mako payment, witl
threo months from dato of this publication
JAMES R. HOWELL, Adminietratoi
ijec 30 th
Ornamenta* Hair Work.
THE undersigned respectfully informs the '
ladies of Columbia, thitt ho is prepared .
to attend to all kinds ot artiUcial HAIR WORK.
WIGS, COILS, CURLS, RSA IDS, etc., repair?
ed and rejuvenated. Ladies' Hair drceuod in
latent stylos. Oflicu over the Savings Hank,
corner Main and Tavlor streets.
JanO 6? _LEON BOUJA8SON.
$1 GREENBACK i
EQUAL TO A
Prices reduced to Gold Value and Greenback?
accepted at par.
C. F. JACKSON !
HAS REDUCED the price of his entire
And until the FIRST OF FEBRUAR NEXT.Y
I will sell off my large and varied stock of
DRY G00D8. without regard to profits.
All extra Fine Goods, such as:
SILK DRE8S GOODS, ?
Will bo aold I
AT COST. Jan 9 i
jOtfT^ MRS. M. J. CURRY wlehos to an- ;
?QHaL%nounce to the ladiea of Columbia |
v s^VfH*nd vicinity, that ehe is located on j
iL? JL? Main street, opposite Mr. 8. Por
BP Wp* ter's Dry Goods Store. She gua- ;
A. rantees a good flt and moderate
prices to all who may favor her with a call.
A Bhare of publio patronage is earnestly soil
pited._Jan 4 12
OF Ladies'and Gent's Ono GOLD WATCHES
and CHAINS, for sale at
Columbia Hotel Row.
OF new atylea Ladiea' Half SETS, (some?
thing elegant.) at
Columbia Hotel Row.
F Hohd Silver and Plated Wares, selling
cheap, at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S,
Columbia Hotel Itow.
The Finest Assortment
OF Table and Pooket CUTLERY In the city,
at reduced prices.
Columbia Hotel Row.
OF French and American CLOCKS. Also, a
small assortment of GUNS, PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION, Ac, Ac. at
Jan 5 Columbia Hotel Row.
Dissolution of Copartnership,
THE firm of E. A G. D. HOPE ia thia day
dissolved by mutual consent. All in?
debted by note or account are requested to
settle tlie same as early as practicable.
Jan 110 G. D. HOPE.
THE firm of E. & G. D. HOPE having been
dissolved, the business will be continued
on the cash principio-indefinite credit is abo?
lished, so far as concerns the undersigned.
Jan 4 10_EDWARD HOPE.
Estate of John Stork.
NOTICE is hereby given, that on the 31st
day of January, 1870, tho undersigned
will apply to Hon. Wm. Hutson Wigg, Judgo
of Probate for Richland County, for a final
discharge as Administrator of the estato of
John Stork, deceasod. W. H. STORK,
Jan 1 tig_ Administrator._
TECH STOO K.
BRUSSELS C A 1'll ET UV(1!
JOHN CROSSLEY SONS' MAKES
AND SELECT PATTERNS,
WILL BE CLOSED OUT
AT COST FROM
W. 1). LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. MCCREEBY.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho boat manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finclv execnted.
Fine Gold Watches
-. ^traJfi OF all descriptions, for Ladlee
JSxr^Sff and Gentlemen, for sale at
CSUM WILLIAM GLAZE'S,
ssaasaanasasaTaa Qne door North of Messrs.
Scott A Williams* Banking House. _ Dec 16
Guns and Ammunition.
rUST received by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fine Eng
llith Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
kind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A Cn.'? Ranking House. _Dec 16
Cow Feed ! Cow Feed !
JLS'S1 roceived, a fresh lot of COW FEED, at
the Columbia leo Hoose, which will be
sold It-v for cash. J.D. BATEMAN.
N&-. 2d _ _ 3mo
Fine Gold Watch Chains
OF all tho latest stvles, for Ladios and Gen?
tlemen, Tor sale by WILLIAM GLAZE.
IHAVE Just received by Espie** a fine as?
sortment of DIAMOND JEWELRY-Ring?
trom $10 to $250. WILLIAM GLAZE.
I HAVE Just roceived another supply
of tine English and French 0A&8I
fflul M Kit KN, or tho lAteat styles, which are
Hat offered low for oaah.
C. D. EBERHARDT,
Washington street, opposite Law Range.
Tum mgMiP3SJite4fe&t-~m.* viwir
Pare Cream Tartar.
For aale low by
Nov 25 E. E. JACKSON, Dr?ngle*.
The Purest Spices
AND beHt FLAVORING EXTRACTS, at the
lowest prices, at Finhot '? Heinitsh'a
DruK Store._ _ Dec 21_
Fire CrackersItfFire Crackers!
1 f\i\ BOXES first quality FIRE CRACK
lUU ESS, just received and for sale low
by J. A T.JL AGNEW.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale. Mino
is tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex
eels any other. The price ia $2.60 nor buahel.
Aa examination of my proofs will be convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jooob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at tho growth, in butcher Town.
Dec 3 N. POPE.
Sugar and Molasse?.
BY F. F. SALAS. Auctioneer.
On THURSDAY next, the 13th instant, at half
ptst ll o'clock a. m., will be sold, on Central
Wharf, Charleston, 8. C., alongside tho bri?
Castilian, inst arrived from Matanzas,
60 hhds. OOOD GROCERY SUGAR
50 boxes prime Grocery Sugar
100 hhds. superior New Crop Clayed Molasses
150 bbls. superior Now Crop Clayed Molasses
75 hhds. Prime Muscovado Molasses
18 bbls. prime Muscovado Molasses
50 hhds. ?Juba Molasses
100 bbls. Cuba Molasses.
TUMS.-All sums under $1,000 cash, above
that amount thirty days, with approved city
endorsed notes._ Jan ll 2
Watches and Jewelry.
Richardson aud Tavlor streets.
Gold and Silvor WATCH EB, Jewelry, Silver
and Plated Wares, Knives, Forks, Spoons and
everything belonging to a well-selected as?
sortment, alwavs to bo had or furnished on
the moat favorable terms.
Repairing of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry.
Music Boxes, Surgical Instruments by an ex
perienced workman from Europe
Jan 7_ft. DIKROKS.
THE undersigned gives notico that on th?
28th day of January next, he will apply to
W. Hutson Wigg, Esq.." Judge of Probate, for
Richland County, at bis office, at 10 o'clock A.
M., for a final discharge as Administrator of
William H n s sung, deceased.
Deo 80 tl3_W>1. K. BACHMAN.
Final DIB ch ar ge.
THE undersigned gives notice that be will
apply to Hon. Wdliam Huta?n Wigg,
J migo of Probate for Richland County, at lue
; office, in Columbia, on MONDAY. January 24,
1870, at 10 a m., for a final discharge a? Guar
, dun or Hallie H. Belton. J. P. HOUTHEKN.
! COLUMBIA. Deoember 22. 1869. Dec 23 1
\E\? STORE A\D SEW GOODS.
WE take pleasure in announcing to tba
public, that we have thia day openod a
fluostook of DRY GOODS, of evory deaoriD
tion, and shall always have ou hand a fine
assortment of all the various Goods appertain?
ing to onr trade.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always be replete, with the latest styles
?of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths. Merinos. Delaines and Operas, in all
i colors. Prints of all grades and makes.
! TABLE LINENS, in all styles, Damasks,
Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diapers of
! every description.
In JEANS, OASSIMERES, BROADCLOTHS,
, DOESKINS, wo shall always have a complote
i In BLEACHED GOODS, BHEETINGB and
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTON8, we
shall offer great inducements.
I In GLOVE8, HOSIERY, GENTS WEAR.
; Collars, Merino Drawers and Shirts, a fine se
. lection and bargains.
I A fine assortment of NOTIONS on band.
! Call and see us, at tho New Stor", in Diercka'
1 new building, under tho old Kinalcr Hall.
! Deo2 3mo S. W. PORTER A CO.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE Firm or FISHER. LOWRANCE A
FISHER is dissolved by the death of tho
I senior partner.
All those indebted to thia concern are ear
; neatly requested to como forward and settle
: their accounts wlthonnt delay.
R. N. LOWRANCE, I "M^""
J. FISHER, (Survivors.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., December 1,1869.
RN. LOWRANCE, W. B. LOWRANCE ANO
? P. C. L?RICK having purchased tho
I stock ot Fisher, Lowranco A Fiaher, have
I united under tho firm of LOWRANCE A CO.,
and beg leave to offer their cervices to, and
ask a continuance of, the favors of tho friends
of tho old concorn. They will rcceivo payment
j from all parties indebted to Fisher, Lowranco
j <5- Fisher: and those having claims against the
1 same, will present them for liquidation.
Deo a.i j_LOWRANCE g du."
90 Barrels Western FLOUR, aimer, ex
! tra and family.
2,000 poonda Fine Feed,
j Best Orango County Butter, Dairy and Fao
tory Cheese, Saur Kraut, Mineo Meat, (?mie
/;un<7 nice,) Brandy Fruits. JollieB-aasortod
Canned Tomatoes, Peaches, Salmon, Cove
Oysters, Lobsters. Sardines, Desicated Cod
Fish, Fulton Market Beof, Pickles, Salmon
Bav Mackerel, etc., etc.
? _jlov^??_LEAPHART A SLOANS.
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY 18 IT THE BEBT!
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Unatarched. ^ H
sew* the most dolicate. thin, aolt tabrio wit h -
; ont drawing. It sews a Bias Boam as well as
any other. W. D. LOVE & CO..
Columbia Hotel Building,
I No* al 4mn_8*j0 Ag-nta.
i* , WE take pleasure
<$JE?jSfc*T4^a\. no,ifyiug onr
'^?^^isaR^*^ frienda a ii d the
'-^aAMfiSK&O: public that wo have
y^^^S^??SS^t?^^.- removed our Stock,
hf^^^SiSr^ to Old FXYH?N?V.
^' 3>r^^mW^^' IUNK co KN FR,
. ^^^SyataBsSC: nearly opposite Co
wAyreiS^V lumbla ll o t o I ,
^f 'v##Sl--4|Jf^i^*' whoro we will bo
pleased to see and
offer them fixtra inducement a in all articles
I usu.illy kept in the GROCERY. HARDWARE
and LIQUOR lina. T. J a H. M. C1BSON,
Oct 15 Old 1* chineo Bank Corner.
Fresh Norfolk Oyster?,
RECEIVED EVERY DAY, and families eau
be ?applied in any quantity, at
Nov24 J. E. HEIR. '8 Ut-HTAURANT.
BETTER than Preston's, warranted. Only
twonty-five cents a box, at
A PHHBK A H EIN ITS H'S Drug Store.
Ti iwiin P -Trisar, ?? _>
Kfk BOXES Mixed CANDY, just received
ZJ\J and tor sal? low br the box.
Dee 10 J. AT. R. AONEW.
1 f\f \ LBS. of thia celebrated CHEESE
1UVJ just to hand.
Also, 10 boxes prime Cutting Cheese.
0 boxes Young America Cheese.
For sale bv_G KO. WYMMFPS
Kerosene ! Kerosene ! !
PURE KEROSENE OIL, warranted 110, Aro
teat, for salo low by the barrel and at ro
tail; alHo in five gallon tin cana, at f>0 cents
per gallon-no charge for cans-which ls very
oonreniont tor country purchasers.
Nov 24 3L.&-m 'L AGNEW.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
0gx S~\ IF vou want fresh Norfolk OYS
^SiLVTHUS*, call at tho Columbia leo
^Bfl?"' House, whore they are kept con
I stanily ou hand, and sold low for cash. All
orders from tho country promptly attended to
1 Nov 10 Sino* JOHN D. BATEMAN