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January 10.-Tlie orisis it
over. -B?ero is President of the Gort eft,
.nd baa, accepted tilo Miulstry bf the Io
tori?ri" Topeto is Minister of Marine
Sagosto is Minister of State.
! which vas arrested
'tte knited Statos
C^rwolMBHBfcfeaaed this morning a
motion to that "effect having beon made
K^mWM tho stomer, with the
concurrence of the United States Dis?
tinct Attorney, as nothing was found to
Sttb?feftftiate the charge of violation of
toe neutrality .laws. Tho Anna leaves
for Nassau to-night. r,
NASHVILLE, January 10.-The Constitu?
tional Conventiou organised. John C.
Brown, a Confederate General, was
elected Chairman unanimously.
8AII, FRANCISCO, January 10.-Deory
boat Dion for tho diamond cue and
$1,000. Dion made 1,492 points.
on ' Hews.
JBhiflM i ii, January 10.- In the
House, many bills' wera introduced, in?
cluding ono frorn. Payne, to reconstruct
' ?nisv.: -
f tbe Senate, varions petitions were
ted; among them, one for rocog
^'duba. . . .
Sawyer.ia contirmod for the Ninth Ju?
^^^i'Sa^'Dbmliigo treaty was received
Dy tftff?^alo s>na referred to the Com?
mittee on/Foreign Relations.
? rtaai Tovenuo receipts to-day $072, -
3US0, Blaiu's vote, ordering a
? 4^ the main question, is considered
important; The bill in question is
'^'^fc'at??^ admits Virginia without
President h as nominated Thomas
jul-Gcneral at Havana, and
* ". Enimons, of Michigan,
? Withey, who declined.
Bjor*General Charles H. Smith, com?
manding the 19th Infantry, succeeds
General Mower in Louisiana. Genoral
Ayr?a succeeds Smith in tho command
of the 19th Infantry, at Little Bock.
General Beynolds assumes command of
th?25tJi Infantry, vice Mower-still, how?
ever, retaining command in Texas.
J^iftrjiiia and tho general coudition of
.'ifmiirs iSonth was discussed in both
Houses. In the Senate, Stewart, War?
ner, Sawyer and Fowler advocated Vir
ginia'a admission; while Sumner, Wil?
son, Howard and Pomeroy suggested
obstacles: Warner wanted to go into
Alabama with the amnesty in one hand
and the halter in the other; he would
pardon . rebels, but haug murderers.
Fowler would substitute the Bible for
tba halter. Fowler defended Tennessee
against the alleged slanders of her Con?
gressional delegation and Brownlow. In
the House, the bill admitting Virginia
was discussed. Bingham demanded the
previous question; the demand was sus?
tained, aud a reconsideration of tho vote
ordering the tnuin question was moved,
by a vote of 76 to 70; the Speaker voted
no. The main question was up, but, the
manr4u# boni expiring, thc matter went
An error was found in the vote on or?
dering tho main -question on Virginia's
admission. The Speaker withdrew his
voto, and ou tho subsequent vole shall
thb;taain question bo ordered? tho voto
stood: yeas 60, nays80, aud the bill went
MESSAGE OF GOVERNOR BOWIE TO THE
MARYLAND L?GISLATURE.-It was read
Thursday. It is very long. The aggre?
gate of rccoipts into tho Treasury for tho
fiscal year ending September 30th (in?
cluding a balance of 8182,551.01 left over)
was $3,484,641.59. Tho total disburse?
ment for tho same year were $3,039,
301.18, leaving n balance of $445,340.41.
The State debt for which interest has to
be provided was on tho 30th September
812,092,938.90. Tho productive assets
of the State (bonds and stocks on which
interest and dividends are promptly paid)
amount1'to 87,228,413.13, Of unpro?
ductive assets tho State owns $19,070,
632.08; Governor Bowie denounces the
fifteenth amendment, and opposes its
ratification. He promises a separate
message concerning the Chesapeake and
Ohio canal. He disonases at great length
the refusal of the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company to pay a bonus due
the State on passengers between Wash?
ington and Baltimore, and recommends
the taxing of all that company's $50,
000,000 worth of property.
Ashley is like Jemmy Twitcher sus?
pended by his nether integuments, hung
upon a spike on the top of a wall, in his
efforts to escape in a thieving expedition.
He was charged with an attempt at affili?
ation with the Democrats, and was about
to be removed from the office of Gover?
nor of Montana Territory. Dangling by
the wall, he protests his innocence, nod
inveighs against his eviotion for so un?
just aa "impeachment"-a kind of as?
sault he is well acquainted with. Thus
st?nde the ease. It is said he is not
absolutely removed, his case being under
advisement, but he still hangs upon the
wall! We suspect that Ashley, under
the impression that a great convulsion of
parties was at hand, had r-Ashley "over?
tured" the Derna., but fonnd, too soon
that his strategy was about to place bim,
instead, among the "dams," and wailed
Baron Haussman, Prefect of tbo Seine,
waa romov?d, say sa Paris despatch, on
account oj^b^ys^aVaganco of his ad
m?B?LffitfiH ?the unnecessary sums i
rainf and. beautifying
* complied with
*u baa been &p
?Soul, Carolina, d 3g ht
instill tod ft? no**.. ."V ?ul
?y,in conseqamic? ofmX ^ox<rfL,
ion from the ladies' 0a\>KOI/)e,'>f th?
^conductors on that line. \[b?estimate*
his "dam?tes" at $5,000, Vf\ha\ em
I ployed A. G. Biddle, Esq., wVVaaliing
1/ too, to recover that BtlOnVM J thi
company, if he can.- Bichtnftl Vfhfy,
"Tato strong and healthy, yet to fee.
?arve my good condition," I nf> ^Qto
HON'S BITTERS. .Vi
COLUMBIA, 8. C., January 10.-Sale
of ootton to-day only about 40 halos
? ?W?NNATI^PB6?1UCE I ANO
MARKET-Report by Morris & Reid, Pro
dace and Provision Brokers.-CINCIN
NATI, Ov January 5, 1870.-Provieioi
market every Un?, and TjnsetUed.f ..vitl
sales of all hog product at lower prices
and no demand ai the decline.! There
cc ip ts of hogs to-day 6,964; market dal
and a further decline established by salei
of live at 8.75(0)9.50 gross for fair to ox tn
heavy averages. Total packed to dato a
this point 298,610; total packed to sam<
time last season 322.022. Green mea ti
offered at 10, 12(ml4 \? for best average!
of shoulders, sidea and hams, but buyers
aro holding off, anticipating lower fig
ti res. Bulk incuts-sales of partly oared
shoulders at ll; fully cured nominal, at
11!4, 14>?@15 for shoulders, clear rib
and clear sides pucked. Bacon-ne
sales; bat purchases could profitably be
made at 13, 16(a}16*? for shoulders, cleai
rib and clear sides; hams, canvassed, 20@
21. Lard nominal, at 17; bat parohaset
might be in nd o l^(ji)l.jO. less for oity
kettled leaf; primo steam sold at 15.%.
Moa? pork-sales 1,050 barrels, inside
city, at 26.50. Corn-nw old offered;
new shelled 80o. in elevator and 90o.
sacked, including bags. Oats 53o, in
elevator; 58c. including bags. Flour
unchanged; saper firstname.lastname@example.org; extra 4.85
(3)5.10; family 5.35($6.00. Whiskey
high wi nes 91o. sharp cash.
NEW YORK, January 10-Noon.- Stocka
unsettled, but firm. Money 7. Ex?
change-long 8%; short 9J?, Gold
22, %. 62's, coupon, 15^; Tennessee's,
ex coupon, 53>?; new 50; Virginia's, ex
coupons, OO1-,, ; new 57 '4; Louisiana's,
old, 68; new G9; levee 6's 65)?; 8's 60>.<;
Alabuma 8's 98; 6's 63; Georgia 6's 80;
7's 89; North Carolina's, old, 43; new
28,14'; South Carolina's, new, 72>?. Flour
dull uud drooping. Wheat dull and
a shade lower. Corn dall and declining.
Pork firmer, at 28.50. Cotton heavy, at
25?^. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton a shade easier; sales
2,100 bales, nt 25??. Flour dull and
heavy-superfine ??tate 4 email@example.com; com?
mon to fuir extra Southern 0.50(36.00.
Wheat heavy and lower-winter red
Western 1.28(^1.31. Corn dull and de?
clining. Pork steady, at 28.0?'(7r?28.87.
Lard firm. Whiskey firm at 1.02?1. 04.
Freight? on cotton-steam ?4. Money
very easy at G@7. Sterling 8??@S}?.
Gold 22%- Tho Government sold
$1,600,000 in gold, at 22 1-16.
LOUISVILLE, January 10.-Pork 28.50;
shoulders 13,1.,; clear sides 17. Whiskey
CHARLESTON, January 10.-Cotton
firm, but quiet, for want of offering
stock; sales 200 bales-middlings 241?(?)
24V; receipts 1,100 balos.
AUOUBTA, January 10.-Cotton mar?
ket firmer; sales 532 bales; roceipts 711
HAVANNAH, January 10.-Sales of cot?
ton, to-day, 800 bales-middling 24 >?;
LONDON, January 10-3 P. M.-Mo?
ney 92%. Bonds firmer, at 86%.
PABIS, January 10.-Rentes firm, at 74
HAVRE, January 10.-Cotton quiet
on spot 137.
LIVERPOOL, January 10-3 P. M.
Cotton steady-uplands l\%(7ijM%; Or?
leans ll ^?ll^.
LIVERPOOL, January 10-Evening.
Cotton quiet-upland's 11^(3,11',(; Or?
leans ll??@U*?; sales 10,000 bales; spe?
culation und export 2,000.
AT HARDY SOLOMON'S, 1 case EON TON
SURPRISE CANDY. _ Jan ll
A N intelligent GIRL, well recommended,
?A. can get a good situation as honse ser?
vant. JAMES G. GIBRES.
Jan 11^_ _ _1_
A FURNISHED ROOM, by a singlo gentle
3. man. Address, "S. C. G.."
Jan ll 1* _PHCEMIX Office
THE annual meeting of tho Stockholders of
tho Carolina National Dank, will be held
Till? DAY, at 12 o'clock M , at tho Banking
Houac. Jan ll 1
True Brotherhood Lodge No 84, A. F.M
ML AN extra communication of this
Lo <i.i;o will be held at Masonic Hall,
/^^TUIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Tho
Second Degree will be conferred.
Jan ll 1 F. A. GRAY, Secretary.
WON'T BE UNDER-SOLD ! !
SILVER THIMBLES, bestin thecitv, FIFTY
WATCH GLASSES, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
at I. SULZDACHER'S,
JaullC Columbia Hotel Row.
The Executive Committee
OF the South Carolina Stato Agricultural
and Mechanical Socioty will moct in Co?
lumbia, at the Columbia Hotel, at 7 o'clock p.
m., on TUESDAY, 25th instant. All the mem?
bers are requested to be present. Rv order of
the Pr?sident. D. WYATT AIKEN,
Secretary South Carolina State Agricultural
and Mechanical Socioty. Jan ll HUHTl
-, 2 FINE BILLIARD TABLES,
1^axx>-zn-s,^f Sharpe's make, Hlate bedding.
TtBS^flajy* ^Tablcri aro in good order, with
'?ai? r CUOB, Balls and Counters com?
plete. Will be Bold very low. Apply to
Jan ll G. DIERCKS.
-j Kf\ BARRELS Irish Planting Potatoes,
J.OvJ consisting of
For sale to arrive, low for cash. Ordeis
from tho country addressed to mo will receive
prompt attention. P. CANTWELL,
. Jan ll 1_Columbia, 8. C.
Academy of Music, Charleston, 8. C.
During the weok commencing
noSOAY, JANUARY 17, 1870,
THIS magnificent Temple of tho Drams and
Mneio will bo occupied by the eminent
Shaksponan Scholar And Comedian,
tMB. JAMES H. HACKETT,
WJ\LT. HACrKETTS last ?ngagement was at
'BOOTH'S T HB A VRE, N? W YORK,
Ending on Christmas Evo. It WAST a success
th?t compelled this ftmoos scholar to appear
as Str John Falstaff continuously for over one
month. , "
Mr. JOHN T. FORD, the Charleston Ma?
tt ager, form'?rly of Ford's Thoatre, Washing?
ton, D. C., bm secured Mr. HACKETT'S next
appoarinco.afUr Booth's Theatro, for Charles?
ton, H. C. 'Jan 11 1?
OWING to an ascideut. tho undersigned
will bo forced to t4oso nix Dental Rooms
I until Haturday, the 15rb instant.
Jan !> ft* T. T. MOORB, Dental Surgeon.
MARCOTTAGE, on Pif^ens stroot, with
four Rooms and a BkBoment, which
latter contains Kitchen, savants'Rooms
I dc, .Ve. Soplytn WM. WALLACE.
' CJau '. "
At Colombes, Ohio, they had s ?Ap
took in a darkey first, and after aloshing
him around in tue tank, asked .. ?erora?
young ladies to step in who were 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 HYPOCRISY.-A few days ago,
Secretary Boutwell, in the course of a
leoture, pathetically dwelt upon the folly
ot ai tempting to govern a people without
their consent. Bontwell is determined
to believe that the South is not so gov?
erned, and some of the Southern people
are anxious that he should continuo to
MURDERED.-Mr. Dan Lee, doing
business in Cochran, was killed in that
place last Saturday night. He was be?
hind tho 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.
[HaxokinsviUe Dispatch, 30th ult.
(One of Massachusetts' new Mayon, 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 rofraotive influences of faithful duty
greet us with its gorgeous panoply of
The great land tenure conference of
nobility and la&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 exiBt between landlord and
tenant, and the publio press unite in ad?
vising a libe ral and progressive policy.
A PRODIGY.-Missouri rejoices in a
mathematical genius who, through very
little rate, squared, in three minutes, the
following figures ; 145.145 146.146. As
tho result is 21.067,113,159.163,117,071,
025, we leave the reader tn judge whether
it was an easy performance or not.
The man called James Logan No. 2,
who was recently shot in New York by
Jerry Dunn, died Thursday night. Ho
signed a paper declaring himself inno?
cent of the Bogers murder, somo months
ago, and that he had no knowledge of
who committed the deed.
A store clerk in Fond du Lac, Wis.,
got oven with somo boys who sat on the
door-step nfc nights aud told obscoue
stories to keep him awake. He poured
sulphuric acid on the step, and when
they left, the seatof their pants remained.
They thought it would have been a good
joke on any one else.
Au exchango paper saya that a delegate
from a territory, in Congress, is u sort of
Congressional tadpole. He can awim
and dive, but ho cannot croak. He has
no vote upon what ho has been talking
Tho last ouse of modesty is that of a
young lady who discarded her lover, a
sea captain, because in speaking of one
of "li ia voyages, he Buid thatjho "hogged"
A young lady being oharged by a gen?
tleman with having trifled with bis feel?
ings, very funnily, as she thought, ex?
claimed, "Well, I plead jilty."
Tho safe of tho Adams Express Com?
pany was robbed of 830,000 between
Washington and New York, on the 7th.
No clue to the robbers.
The trigonometrical survey of the
kingdom* of Great Britain, which was
commenced in 1783 by General Roy, was
ended last week, with the completion of
survoys in Scotland.
The New York Herald says "General
Grant regards the law with contempt."
Bat it is hardly trao. How can he re?
gard with contempt a thing ho knows
Tho firemen of Waverley, N. Y., aro
going to resign. They have waited thir?
teen years for a fire, and none has oc?
curred. Their red shirts are ont of
fashion, and they aro disgusted.
Two young ladies, named Cartiss, ex?
hibited the premium bale of cotton at
the fair in Brenham, Texas. It was not
worn about their persons.
The World's Japan correspondent
writes that Russia has seized some of the
northern islands of the Japanese Empire,
and tho belief prevails that it is the in?
tention of the Czar to ultimately absorb
tho entire country.
An armed body of men stopped the
United States mail coaches on Tuesday,
between Denver and Cheyenne City, and
rifled them of their contents. This is
tho second time the mails on this route
have been robbed since Christmas.
We like cheek, but the young woman
who asked the photographer to take her
a picture 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 sohism and the proposed con?
gressional legislation, oontinues.
A despatch from Troy, N. Y., says that
the Oleun Falls National Bank was en
j tered by burglars yesterday morning, at
I an early hour. The safe was blown
j open and $20,000 stolen.
The Indians blamed for recent mur?
ders, near Fort Shaw, Montana, were
innocent, the white men were the perpe?
"Oh! what an excellent Tonie," ia the
language of the invalid who uses SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, J?nuary 10,1670.
Th? following Beotions of the "Ordinance
concerning Streets, Pavements and Shade
Trees," ara published for general information:
Sw. 18. Be it further ordained, That lt ?ball
not be lawful ta drive any wagon, oatt, or
other oarrlaga, or to rids or lea* any horse
aoross or upon any open briek drain, within
tho^corporstojto^ of OolnmMa:
for erosaiog aaM draina?under a?p?naUy not
.-not be lawful to drive any wagon or other car?
riage, cr to ride or I?a4 any horse or mule, or
-nftr them te stand upon any pavement, ex*
ceptin eaaaa of absolute aeoeasity; and any
person offending herein, shall be tnbtect to a
fine of not less than one, nor more than fifty
By order ot tho City Council.
Jan 116 J. B. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
A Good Dinner
CAN bo obtained any day, at S o'clook, at
the EXCHANGE HOUBE. Also, FREE
LU NC H from ll until 1 o'clock, daily. Jan 6
rTI pr BARRELS Pink-eye Planting POTA
25 bbls. Poach Blow Planting Potatoes.
25 bbls. Goodrich Planting Potatoes.
Wfr-Mjfj<wi t? mm i ia mt wu ? ers. n ejre>aa? <a? i*mtm>?tm
^?iiw.' 'iti,i i '??ii pwm
A Yankee one day asked his lawyer
how an heiress might be carried off.
"Yo? ow??u? do i? with safety/' said the
counsellor, ?bat I'll tell yon what yon
may; do. Lret her mount a horse and
hold ? bridle-whip; do yon then monnt
behind her, and you are safe, for she
runs away with yon." The next day the
lawyer found that it was his own daugh?
ter who had ron away with his client.
The rebel Mexican State of San Luis
is to be reconstructed. The Governor
and most of the members cf ?he Legis?
lature have been put in prison, a new
election hns been ordered, and a forced
loan of $400,000 has been levied on the
An Omaha despatoh says that the
Mormon schism is increasing rapidly.
There are over two thousand apostates
now in Utah, and they aro about to have
a daily newspaper.
The Captain-General of Porto Rico
met with a narrow escape from death by
poisoning recently. The poison was
verdigris,whioh had accumulated on meat
kept in a metal box.
Henry Ward Beecher ia for instaut
Cuban recognition, right or wrong. He
looks at Cuba as he did at Mts. McFar?
land, simply as a suffering sister.
The Dahe or Devonshire is about to :
construct, at his own cost, a line of rail- J
way from Fermoy to Lismore, in Ireland. J
The estimated cost is ?120,000.
The weak and emaciated motbor says: j
"My health and strength is restored by 1
tho use of" SOLOMONS' BITTEJ>?\ N21 !
Louisville is going to post the names ?
of common drunkards ia the Baloons,
and forbid the salo of liquor to them.
Why are lovers like tarnips? Because
they are often pared (paired.)
Blood Cleanser. I
THIS medicine is known tn tho faculty as
hoing tho cone ont ru tu J fluid extract of
Sarsaparilla, u ited with othor valuable medi- j
ciual herbs, aud is guaranteud as chemically
puro. For tho cure of
SCROFULA ANO CONSUMPTION. '
This remedy is compounded expressly for
\ purifying and cleansing tho blood of all io
drmities, going at once to the fountain-head
, of disease. It extinguishes
Tumors, Consumption, Syphilis, Skin Erup
Hons Sait Rheum, Bous, Rheumatism,
Was'e of Vitality, Scrofula.
we all know that the promiscuous vaccina- i
tion indulged in during the late war bred the j
most villainous diseases. Vaccination pus wa?
nikon from the arms of many persons full of ?
Then of course the impnrities of the scrofu- I
loua patieut were absorbed in the blood of men
otherwise- without diseases, and both became :
infeotod alike. Men, women and children
throughout all tbs West are most wofully !
diseased from thin cause, and knew not, until 1
a few months ago, the origin of lt.
Henry's Constitution Renovator
Relieves the entire system of pains and aohes, !
enlivens the spirits, and sends new blood
BOUNDING THHOUOH EVERY VEIN.
It imparts a
SPARKLINO BRIOHTNESH TO THE EYE,
A ROSY GLOW TO THE CUEEK,
A RUBY TINGE TO THE LIPS,
A CLEARNESS TO TUE HEAO.
BRIGHTNESS TO THE COMPLEXION,
BUOYANCY TO THE SPIRITS,
ANO HAPPINESS ON ALL bioES.
For all affections of the kidneys it is uno ur- j
People havo been rescued, aa it were, from [
the very jaws of death, by a timely ase of this
EXTRACTS Y HOM VARIOUS LETTERS.
"Doctor, I was vaooinatod in the hospital. ;
Beforo that I had no skin disease. Until I had I
a bottlo of your 'Constitution Renovator.'
sent mo by Mr. Roper, of Columbia, Mo., I
suffered tortures with running sores. Hinco I
used two bottles I am well, except a small sore
on the calf of my left leg, and that ?B getting
This from a lady: "And now ray skin is as
olear and fair as a babe's. My complexion,
thanks to your 'Renovator,' is beautiful."
"YOB, yes, I may well say Buch relief was
unknown to me before. Enclosed ?nd ?vo
dollars for six bottles; two families here want
to try it."
"I was very much troubled with syphilis.
Your remedy seems to be curing me fast. Bend
four bottles per Express."
"No moro rheumatism. Three bottles of
Constitution Renovator have made me a new
"Doctor, enclosed And $5. Please send me
a supply. Two families hero waut to try your
We have not space for more of the above ex?
trada, but you can ask your neighbor about
tho remedy. Every one has something good
to say, as it cures every time.
For all diseases of tho
KIDNEYS, RETENTION OF THE URINE, AC, 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 Oflice Box on
your letters. Tho new law in our New York
Post Oftieo compels this. Address,
DR. al. K. HENRY ?St CO.,
Director-General Berlin Hospital, Prussia.
Agency of the United States,
Laboratory, 276 Pearl street,
Post Office Box 5,272, New York.
SO- CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR is $1
per bottlo, six bottles for $6. Sent anywhere
on receipt of price. Patients are requested to
correspond confidentially, and reply will be
made by following mail.
Bold by all respectable Druggists.
AIM AR ? S
A sovereign remedy for
X> "ST S? 3E? 3E2 P8IA,
And diseases arising from a disordered con?
dition of the Rtomaoh and Liver. Prepared by
G. W. AIM AR, Chemist and Druggist,
469 King, corner Vanderhnrst street,
Charlonton. South Carolina.
SOT SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. -g?
Jan ll_ -ly
Oas Bills for Month of December.
CONSUMEIS ara respectfully requested to
make promptpayments of the above. Tba
Company ha? pressing demanda and munt be
met-do not permit yourselves to be deprived
of the light. The regulation regarding it,
will be enforoed without anv distinotlon.
Jan 9jj_JACOB LEVIN, 8eo'y Qa? Co.
APOCKET-BOOK, containing several valu?
able notes and othor papers, supposed to
belong to E. W. Bates, of Orangeburg, has
been found and placed in tho hands of Polico?
man Berry, who will return it to tho owner, on
payment of tho neceasary oxpensee. Jan 0 1
J oat Received.
1BARREL puro mountain dew CORN
WHISKEY, from tho mountains of this
?Ute. CAMPBELL A JONES.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, January 5, 1870.
TAXES on eales of merchandize, sales at
auction, and on commission, innurance
agencies, receipts of hotels, boarding-houses,
saloons, Ac, for the qnartor ending January 1,
are due, and prompt paymont of the the tsame
is required. J. H. MoMAHON,
Jan fi ?__ _City Clerk. _
Composition Powder, at
Jan 5 E. E. JACKSON'S.
AT REDUCED PRICES, at
Jan5 E. E. JACKSON'S.
Reduced Rates of Passage and Freight.
GENERAL AGENT'S OFFICE,
GREENVILLE AND COLOMBIA lt. R. Co.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 8, 1870. |
THF reduced "Rates of Passage" adopted |
by tho board of Directora of this Compa?
ny, will go into effect on MONDAY, January
10 1870. W. ALL8TON GIBBES,
Jan 9 3 General Agent.
SST" Papers publishing by agreement with
thc Company, will pnblish three times, tri?
Pocket Diaries for 1870.
PLAIN AND SELF-CLOSING. j
DIFFERENT size* and prices. Miller's
?J\J South Carolina Almanac. Also, Lon
doa. American, Rural, Church and Pictorial
Alroap?"?, for 1870. For self, bv
Jan C_BRYAN A MoCARTER.
C\f\f \ RUSH ELS primo White CORN, for
V>V7V_J sale low for CASH.
J<n 8 KD WARD HOPE.
/~o I have J nut received another lot of
fl?e DI VMONDKINUS, flue WATCHED I
eVjajdiid GoLD THIMBLES. Call at WM I
Ui-.A?t?'3, next door io Messrs. Scott, WU- I
Hams & Co V Hanking Kou-o Jan 8 12
FRESH ONION BETS, and GARDEN SFF.D,
at E. E. JACKSON'S.
RESPECTFULLY informs his
friends and customers that ho has
removed to hie new establishment, j
formerly Kinsler's building, on the '
'corner of Richardson ana Taylor
streets, wnere ho will constantly keep on hand
a carefully selected assortment of
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
Hams, Su'ar-cnred Shenlders,
Fulton Markot Beef,
Herring and Codfish.
Flour, M?sl, Rice, etc
Canned Lobsters and Oysters, Sardines, etc
Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Canned Fruits,
Jollies and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Wines
FROM tho low- 1
est priced to the
best imported, is
'large and select.
ED I E S, Holland
G I N , Jamaica
Rum, Rhine Wine,
all of well-known brands, both
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL..
Ho will always have in his Now Store a full
SMOKING TOBACCO of Riohmond, Lynch
burg and Baltimore manufactures, in half, '
quartor and ono-eighth pound packages.
SEGARS-both homo manufacture and im?
And CHEWING TOBACCO of different
Besides ovory article belonging to a first
Grateful for past favors, and determined to
loave no honorable means untriod to retain
tho good will of all who have favored me
hitherto, and who may hereafter favor mo j
with their custom, I will bo happy to receive
the kind patronage, both of my old friends and
of tho public in general. ?. DIERCKS.
THE undersigned givos notice that on tho
7th day of February next, ho will apply to
W. H. Wigg, Esq., Judge or Probate for Rich?
land County, at his office, at 10 a. m., for a
Anal discharge as Administrator of Mary E.
Jan 8 |13_SAMUEL B. THOMPSON.
ft, JUSTreceivod from Ken- -
?n tucky a large and soloot yV-^
fjy^stock of young MULES and ijNi^
nui.oiirf, wbioh can bo seen at Lo- \ ,\ * ?
gan's Stables, rear of State House.
Oeo_29 12_W 8. A J. M. TALBOTT.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK OF
COLUMBIA, 8. 0., December 20,1809.
THE annual mooting of the Stockholders of
this Bank will be held at ita banking
house, in Colombia, on the second TUESDAY
of January, 1870, being the 11th prox.
The Board of Director? have deolarod a
semi-annual dividend for the six months and?
ing December 21,1869. at the rate of SIXTEEN
PER CENT, per annum, being Eight Por Cent.
fur the period named, free of United States,
Stats and Gonn ty Taxes, payable on and after
th? Sib day of January mxt.
Deo ?lt nf W. B. GULICK, Cashier.
aso. w. wiL
WILLIAMS, BIRNIE & 00.,
65 Beaver street and 20 Exchango Place,
JanS_ NEW TOBIE_t3mo
Upholstering and Mattress-making.
fTXHE undersigned has opened work-shops on
L Washington street, a few doors West of
the Masonic Hall, for the purpose of carrying
on the above business io all it? branches. AU
work entrnsted to him will bavo bis personal
attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Bis
long experience and best efforts shall be used
to please all who favor him with orders.
floe19 timo_I. QRIE8HABER.
ALL persons having demands against the
estato of Mrs. 8. H. HOWELL, dooeased.
will present thvin, proporlv attested; and all
persons lndobtod, will mako payment, within
three months from date of this publication, to
JAMES H. nOWF.LL, Administrator.
Dee 30 tb8
WIGS. COILS, CURLS, BRAIDS, tte, repair?
ed ?nd rojayonaU-d. Ladlee* Hair dr eas od in
latest ame?. Office over tb? Savings Bank,
corner Hain ?nd Taylor street?.
Jan 9 6* LEONBOUJAHSON. ,
EQUAL TO A
Prices reduced to Gold Val ne ?nd Greenback
accepted at par.
C. F. JACKSON
HAS REDUCED tho pries of his entire
And until the FIRST OF FEBRUAR NEXT, Y
I will sell off ny large ?nd varied stock of
DRY GOODS, without regard to profits.
All extra Fine Goods, such a?;
SILK DRESS GOODS,
Will be sold
AT COST._Jan 9
Mtgfc MRS. M. J. CURRY wishes to an
f^PrTHnouDce to tho ladlee of Columbi*
L s^RBind vicinity, that she is located on
JL ffWMain street, opposite Mr. S. Por
*g WT tor's Dry Goods Store. She gua
79*" A\ ranteea ? good flt sad moderate
prices to ?ll who may favor her with a call.
A share of public patronage is earnestly soli?
cited._ _Jan 4 12
OF Ladies' and Gent's fine GOLD WATCHES
?nd CHAINS, for salo at
Columbia Hotel Row.
Ornamental Hair Work.
F new styles Ladlee' Half SETS, (some?
thing elegant,) at
Colombia Hotel Row.
F solid Silver and Plated Waree, selling
cheap, at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S,
Columbia Hotel Row.
Tho Finest Assortment
OF Table ?nd Pocket CUTLERY in the olty,
at reduced prices.
Colombia Hotel Row.
9F Frenoh ?nd Ameriosn CLOCKS. Also, ?
small assortment of GUNS, PISTOLS,
J?a?_Coltan bi a Hotel Row.
Dissolution of Copartnership,
THE firm of E. A G. D. HOPE is this dey
dissolved by mutual consent. Ail in?
debted by toot? or account are requested to
settle thn gftmn Bs early a? practicable.
Jan 110_G. D. HOPE.
THE firm of B. A G. D. HOPS having been
dissolved, the business will be continued
on the oash principle-indefinite credit ia abo?
lished, so far as concerns the undersigned.
Jan 4 10 EDWARD HOPE.
Estate of John Stork.
NOTIOE is hereby given, that on the Slat
day of January, 1870, the undersigned
will apply to Hon. Wm. Hu taon Wfgg, Judge
of Probate for Richland County, for ? final
disoharge as Administrator of the estate of
John Stork, deceased. W. H. STORK,
Jan 1 tig Administrator.
TH ttl MU? OO BL
BRUSSELS C AP R ETIN6!
JOHN CROSSLEY & SONS' MAKES
AND SELECT PATTERNS,
WILL BE CLOSED OUT
AT COST FROM
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Colombia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVB,
B. B. MCCBEEBY. '
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN the best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Deo 1G_WILLIAM GLAZE.
Fine Gold Watches
OF ?ll description H, for Ladiett
?nd Gentlemen, for ssl? ?t
One door North of Messrs.
Scott A Williams' Banking House. Dec IC
Guns and Ammunition.
FU ST received by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BRE EG H - LO?DIN O GUNS, fine Eng?
lish Powder, in Cania tire, Shot ?nd Caps, of all
kind. One door Nortl of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A Co.'s BanklnaHonae._Deo 16
Cow Feed Cow Feed!
JbbT received. ? fn sh lot of COW FEED, at ;
the Columbia Ic i House, which will be
sold lew for cash. J. D. BATEMAN.
Fine Gold Watch Chains
OF ?ll the latest stiles, for Ladies and Gen?
tlemen, tor sale ly WILLIAM GLAZE.
Doo ls_ I_
IHAVE inst reoetvttt by Express ? fine As?
sortment of DIAMOND JEWELRY-Rings
rrom $40 to $250. j WILLIAM GLAZE.
I HAVE juett Kccivcd another supply
VU of floe Knglt# and Frenoh CA8S?
fEk MERES, of th?] latest styles, ?hloh are
MM. offered low tor hsb.
TO. D. EBEBH ARDT,
Washington stn.? 1, Opposito Law Range.
JP oommon. , ?y
Pure rmni Tanti
Cholee Spices. ' '
Flavoring Extra u. J
Nov M . %:)? JAOyBON, Druggist.
?ND best FLAVORING.B^TBACTS. at the
lowest prices"*! Fisher *
g Store. _P*0 S
Fin CrackerB'.'iFire Crackers 1
1 AA BOXES flret quslity FIBE OBAOK
100 ER8,jwst ^yj|fiArQyKWow
To the Public in General.
IHATE better COTTON SEED tb?n ?ny
mao who advertises Seed for-ntl: Mine
is the improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels ?ny other. Tho price iai $3.60 per bnshel.
Aa ex?min?tion of roy proofs will be oonylno?
ing. 1 rsfsr to Jooob H. WettS and J. D. Hltt.
Call ?nd look at th? growth, In Busher Town.
Dec 3 N- POPE.
Sugar and Molaesea.
BY F. P, 8ALAS. Auctioneer.
On THUB8DAT next, the 18thinstant, athalf
peet ll o'clock a. m., will ba sold, on Central
wharf, Charleston, 8. C., a'ongeido tb? brig
Caatillan, just arrived from Matanzas,
60 hhds. GOOD GROCERY SUGAR
50 boxes prime Grocery ?jugar
100 hhds. superior New Crop Clayed Molasses
150 bbl?, superior New Crop Clayed Holaaaea
75 bhds. Prime Musco vado Molasses
18 bbls. prime Mudoovado Molasses
60 hhds. Cuba Molasses
100 bbls. Cuba Molasses .
TBBMS-All sums nuder $1,000 caah, above
that amount thirty daya, with approved city
endorsed notes. _Jan ll 2
Watches and Jewelry.
Riobarda.jn\?a Tavlor Btreets.'
Gold and Silver vVATCHES, Jewelry, Silver
and Plated Wares, Kuivea, Forka, Spoons and
every tojag belonging to a well-selected as?
sortment, alwava to be had or furnished on
the mosttavorabie terms.
Repairing of Clock*? Watches, Jewelry,
Mnsio Box-a, Surgical Instrumenta by an ex?
perienced! Workman from Europe
Jail 7 \% G. DIKRCKM.
THE unde^'^ led Rives notice that on the
28th day o i muary next, ho will applv to
W. Hutson Wk. , Esq.. Judge of Probate'fur
Richland Cou m. -x bia office, at 10 o'clock A.
M.. for a final d cb urge as Administrator ot
William H n SHU tu de -eased.
Dec 80 tl3 WM. K. BACHMAN.
THE undersigned gives noti.ro that ho will
apply to Hou\ William Hutson Wigg,
Judge of Probate fdr Hiehland Conntv. at bia
office, in Columbia, do MONDAY. January 24,
1870, at 10 a m., for aXQnal discharge as Guar?
dian o? Sallie H. BeltA J. p. SOUTHEKN.
COLUMBIA, Decemberv ; 1869. Dec 23 \
NEW STORE AND v\'E\Y GOODS.
WE take pleasure in announcing to the
pub ic, that we have this ula v opened a
flue, stools of DRY GOUDH, of 4i fy descrip?
tion, and shall always have onv band a fine
assortment of all the various OUH\\H appertain?
ing to our trade. ^
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always bo replete, with the latest atylea
of Silks, Satina, Poplins, Plaida, kmprcsn
Cloths. Merinos, Delaines and Operas. <u al!
colors, Print? of all grades and makes.
? TABLE LINENS, lu all st> los, Damtaka.
Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diaper* ot
I every description.
In JBANS, CASSIMEREH, BROADCLOTHS.
DOESKINS, wo shall always have a complete
In BLEACHED GOODS, SHEETINGS amt
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTONS, wt
shall offer great inducements.
In GLOVE8, HOSIF.llY, GENT'S WEAR,
Collars, Merino Drawers and shirts, a tine se?
lection and bargains.
A fine assortment of NOTIONS on hand.
Call and seo ns, at tho New st? ire, in Diercks'
new building, under the old Kinsler Hall.
Deo 2 3mo_8. W. POSTER h CO.
Dissolution of? Copartnership.
THE Firm or FISHER. LOWRANCE A
FISHER is diesolved by tho death or the
All those indebted to this concern are ear
neatly requested to como forward and aattla
their accounts withount delay.
R. N. LO WU ANCE, ) R??,i???
J. FI8HER, fSnrvivora.
COLOMBIA, S. C., December 1, 1869.
RN. LOWRANCE, W. B. LOWRANCE AXD
. P. C. L?RICK having purchaaod the
stock of Fiaher, Lowraueo * Fisher, have
united under tho firm of LOWRANCE A CO.,
and beg leave to offer their services to, and
ask a continuance of, tho favors of the friends
of the old concorn. They will receive payment
from all parties indebted to Fiaher, Lowrance
ir- Fisher; and those having claim? against tho
same, will present thom for liquidation.
Dec 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
90 Barrels Western FLOUR, super, ex?
tra and family.
2,000 pounda Fine Feed.
Boat Orange County Butter, Dairy and Fac?
tory Cheese, Saur Krant, Mineo Meat, (som??
thing nice,) Brandy Fruits, Jollies-assorted
Carnied Tomatoes, Peaohes, Salmon, Cov,;
Oysters, Lobsters. Sardines, Dosicated Cod
Fish, Fulton Markot Beof, Pickles, Salmon.
Bay Mackerel, etc.. etc.
Nov 20_LEAPHART & SLOANS.
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY IS IT THE B^^^^
?SWS tho most delicate, thin, snit tabric with?
out drawing. It sews a Bias Seam as well &t
any other. W. D. LOVE A CO..
Columbia Hotel Building,
Nov_21 4m. ?_8? 1 e_ A gents.
A _ WE take pleasure
^^V?ir \ 'n no,h*ying our
^?v^g^^^^^^^." public that we have
.^^S^SSP^ ^v nearly opposite Co
'jJth?j- rSBfey/ lumbla ll o t o 1 ,
^KjC^J^ps?y^r where we will be
pleased to seo and
offer them extra inducements in all articlea
usually kept in the GROCERY, HARDWAY
?nd LIQUOR line. T. J. & H. K '?'c?rner.
Pet is old EteJass; *?"k ^IP^L
FreeH norfolk Oysters,
RECEIVED EVERY DAY, and famiUea oan
' Baking Powders.
BETTER than Proaton's, warranted. Only
JTSSSS rfo""*T Pm. Store.
I ?~\S\ LBS of this celebrated OHEK8E
III 1^1 jost to hand. , "
AliVlO boxes prime Cutting Cheese.
jgjggggg AmBri?* ?TO!1 SYMMERfl.
Kerosene ! Kerosene 11
PURE KEROSENE OIL, warrantod 110, fire
test, for sale low by the barrel sadat re?
tail; aleo in five gallon tin cans, at 60,cents
per gallon-no charge for cans-which is ver>
convenient for country purchasers. n.KVXxr
JJot 24 _J.AT.U. AO Msw.
Freeh Norfolk Oysters.
jp*. /-\ IF yon want iresb NoifolkOYS
Citfl^TKItB, call at tho Columbia leo
House, whore they are k*p? con
.tahtlyon band, and sold lo* ,'0'"nlded ?o