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ROME, Janaar J 22.-The German
bishops have resolved, unless a number
of members of the diocese are consider?
ed in the votos of the Council, they
would return home in a body. Their
action caused mnoh excitement.
A petition against the excesses of lay?
men who edit religious journals, nume?
rously signed by the Fathers, WAS pre?
sented to the Couuoil to-day.
LONDON, January 22.-Half a million
Greek lean will soon be put on the mar?
Admiral Sir George Frances Seymout
is dead, aged eighty-three.
PABIS, January 22.-2,000 infantry and
COO cavalry have arrived nt La Crouzot.
An editor in Marseilles has been ar?
rested, charged with aiding the La Crou?
MADRID, January 22.-The Cortes had
a stormy session over the students' man
if est?t iou. Re vero said he would subject
to the action of the tribunals nil dis
turb?is of the poace, be they old oi
young. The country shall see he ia no
speaking to the wind.
PAWS, January 22.-Roche fort ba!
been sentenced to six months' imprison
mont and to pay a fine of 3,000 francs
The sentence does not affect Rochefort':
Deputy s hip in the Corps L?gislatif.
Baker's expedition was at tho head
waters of the Nile on tho 1st of January
The whole party are wc.'l.
WASHINGTON, January 22.-lu th
House, speoohes in favor of moving th
Capitol, -were the order of the day. Th
Joint Committee ou thc District of Cc
lnmbia heard delegates to the Women1
Rights Convention, this morning. Hal
a dozen females addressed the oom mil
Internal revenue receipts to-dai
Fisk, Jr., testified to day.
The Election Committee lins decide
that Covode is entitled to his scat.
In the House, Stokes commenced vei
tilating affairs in Tennessee, but bavin
permission to print his statements, gav
way to the capital movers. Mooro an
Logan made long speeches favoriug tl
removal of tho seat of government, afb
whioh the House adjourned.
The Department of State has receive
from the Consul at Amoy a copy of ii
important order from the Foreign Boat
at Pekin, whioh order had not been pr
mulgated, but was communicated to tl
Commissioners of Customs of the treal
ports. The Consul expresses the opinic
that, under this order, lawful emigratir
of Chinese to our Pacific coast will 1
confined to Hong Kong, as it will i
unprofitable from other ports. No
treaty-power merchants aro not penni
ted to open emigration agencies.
Non-treaty-power ships aro not permitt<
to carry coolie emigrants. 3. Cool
emigrants aro not permitted to procee
under contract, to npn-treaty-pow
countries. 4. Ouly treaty-power mc
chants can open emigration agencie
Only treaty-power ships eau carry RIK
emigrants, and it is only to treaty-pow
countries such coutrnct emigrants ci
prooeed. 5. The coolie trufiic is prol
bited at Macao. G. Tho Commission
of Customs is to co-operate with t
Superintendent iu seeing that the rul
and regulations of each agency open
by the authority of tho local or Celest
officials aro iu accordance with the cc
vention of I860, and is to act with t
officers deputed by local officials,
assorting that each emigrant fully undi
stands the contract under which he pi
coeds, and that he goes abroad, une
that contract, of his own free will. T
Commissioner is, furthermore, to si
and seal each contract, in proof that t
coolie understands its meaning a
accepts its terms; and he is also to ta
care that the ships employed to cai
coolies are bona fide treaty-power shi
The document is dated Araov, Jnlv 1
CHARI?ESTON, January 22.--Arrive?
brig J. A. Devereux, Boston; school
Mary, Belfast, Me. ; schooner J. W. V
son, Philadelphia; schooner E. Swini
son, Wilmington, Del. ; schooner W.
Steele, Baracoa; schooner Euroka, N
folk; Eohooner Kate E. Rich, Bost
Sailed-steamers Champion, New Yo
Maryland, Baltimore; schooner My roi
ATLANTA, January 22.-Gen. Te
to-day t-snt a reply to tho applicatior
the Democratic members to havo
question of elegibility submitted to
SUjftreme Court, peremptorily refus
NEW OIUIKANS, January 22.-The
gisluture passed a resolution request
tho Louisiana Representatives in C
gross to uso their influence against
proposed roduction of duty on sui
stating that such reduction would re
in injury to the planters of this State
CHICAGO, January 22.-Iowa
not adopted tho fifteenth ami
mont. The delay is caused by a ques
of etiquette between the two houses
The coal miners on tho Toledo, Pe
and Warsaw Railroad havo struck.
Pawnee Kiiier's band killed eigh
Buck's surveying party, on Republ
River, last Augnst. Several, escaj
this massacre, wore killed by ano
SAN FRANCISCO, January 22.
match game of billiards between ]
and Deery, for tho benefit of tho \,
was largely attended, and rosultei
favor of Dion, Deery sooring but
?oints. Largo amounts of money cha
ands on the result.
PROVIDENCE, R. I., January 20.-I
Pritchard, a wealthy citizen, eomm
suicido to-day; cause, heavy losses.
_~ 2 FINE BILLIARD TAT
?ff fffm aiiRrne'n make, alato bed
fnmWfgmmxfr^ Tablea aro in good order,
1 ii T - T ? Ones, Balls and Counters
plete. Wilt be sold very low. Apply to
Jan ll O. D1ERO
KiifAjKJiAX. Alfi? iiiiiiriiari nil ii i !
Nsw YCI?K, Jnuuiny 22-HOOD.
Flour rather more stonily. Wheat l@2o.
better. Corn l@2c. better. Fork quiet
-mess 27.75. Lard quiet, at
16J8. Cotton quiet, at 25.%. Freights
firm. Stocks weak. Money easy, at 6@
7. Exchange-long 9; short 9^. Gold
2D.1..'. C2's, coupon, l t7,,. Tennessee's,
ex-coupon, 56; new 492.? ; Virginia's,
ex-coupon, 5434'; new 61; Louisiana's,
old, 67; new 65; levee 6's 64>?; 8's 78;
Alabama S's 91 j J ; 6's 53; Georgia 6's
81; 7*s 94; North Carolina 7's, old, 10;
new 21; South Carolina 7's, old, 78; new
7 P. M.-Money very easy, at 5@6.
Storfing dull, nt 9. Gold firm, at 20;^.
Governments steady and higher. 62's
I53.4. Southern securities weaker in
Tennessee's, North Carolina's and Lou?
isiana's. Pork firmer--new firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lard firmer-kettlo 17^4 (?18. Naval
stores and groceries quiet. Freights
firm. Cotton stendy-sales 2.300 bales
at 25jV. Flour shade firmer. Whoat 2
(ri~3c. better-winter red and nmbcr
Western email@example.com. Corn-new mixed
Western 97@?.00. Whiskey 1.00.
BALTIMORE, January 22.-Cotton quiet
and unchanged, nt 25. Flour easier, but
prices unchanged. Wheat firm-prime
to ehoice Maryland firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
steady; receipts small. Oats dull. Bye
! nominal. Provisions stronger; shoul?
ders 13}?. Whiskey held at 1.01.
CINCINNATI, July 22.-Corn quiet-76
(o78. Whiskey firm and in good de?
mand. Pork quiet, nt email@example.com;
shoulders dull, at 13; sides in good de
maud. Lard-kettlo 10U?; holders ask
a shado higher.
CHARLESTON, January 22.-Cotton
quiet aud steadv; sales 350 bales-mid?
dlings 2114; receipts 883; exports 3,381
SAVANNAH, January 22. -Cotton re?
ceipts 2,122 bales; exports 3,822; sales
AUGUSTA, January 22.-Cotton mar
! ket unchanged ; sales 130 bales; receipts
j 212-middlings 23.34\
MoniiiE, January 22.-Cotton in good
demand, and closed firm; sales 2,500
bales-middlings 24; receipts 3,121.
NEW ORLEANS, January 22.-Cotton
activo aud firm, at 24^@24J.i; sales
9,130 bales; receipts 3,836. Flour scarce
aud firm at firstname.lastname@example.org)-?. Cornscarce,
at 1.10. Mess pork 30.00. Sugar firmer
-primo 121.j'Cf?.121... Molasses-primo
68@69. Whiskey "97(f/;l.05. Coffee
fair15(?:1o,1:.'; prime l?,,.?(o;i7,.1. Bacon
nominally unchanged. Gold 21,'u'.
LONDON, January 22-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 92 ??. BoudsMT'n.
! HAVRE, January 22.-Cottou opeued
I quiet, both spot and afloat.
TARIS, January 22.-Tho Bourse open?
ed quiet. Benfes 73 and 57.
! LIVERPOOL, January 22-3 P. M.
?Cotton steady-uplands 115U; Orlenus
I /^1AN he obtained in thc house formerly
I V_y occupied by Mis. Zimmerman, on 1'ickcus
I street, opposite Washington.
! Jan'21 ti* LEK A- nuOTHKP.
WE want to reduce ..'.ir Steel. '.; :.bout one
? fourth its present size, as we are going to take
! an accouut of it about tin hitit of next month.
' Wc therefore offer great inducements to cash
! Goods will he sold without regard to what
', they co.it.
Come and get some ot tin- bargains.
Jan 10 12 J. II. & 51. L. KIN ARI),
I Startling Prices ! !
' WONDERFUL EFFECTS OF GOLD
Ol'R huyer just home from mai ket with the
.ino piece-? assorted PRINTS,
500 pieces BLEACHED COTTONS,
:;0 halos BROWN COTTONS.
! 101) casca assorted DOMESTICS, at whole
? sale prices.
Wo offer a premium to any customer who
can heat tho prices of tho following GOODS:
*2."> pieces All-wool Trench MEltlNOS, 50c:
.20 pieces TOIL DE VENICE, 50c; worth
10 pieces EMPRESS CLOTH, C0c; worth
I 50 pieces DIAGONALS, 25c ; cost 10 cents to
I 1 lot AUAB SHAWLS, at ruinous prices.
1 lot FURS, all qualities.
Jun 12 K. C. SI11VKR.
: $1 GREENBACK
EQUAL TO A
I? ? L ? ?OLLAR!
Trices reduced to Oold Value and Greenbacks
accepted at par.
C. F. JACKSON
HAS REDUCED tho prico of his entire
And until the FIRST OF FEBRUAR NEXT,Y
I will sell off my largo and varied stock of
DRY GOODS, without regard to profits.
All extra Fino Goods, snch as:
SILK DRESS GOODS,
Will bo sold
AT COST._Jan 9
Lynnn Haven Bay.
THIS fine largo OYSTER in shell, to bc had
regularly at tho
?Jan 20 EXCHANGE HOUSE.
At Om Tm Jackson's
ALL-WOOL DELAINES, at 871c per yard.
All-wool Preach MERINO, at 30c per yard.
All-wool PLAIDS, bright colora, at 75c per
Juat received, a lot of Bntterick's new PAT?
TERNS. .Tan IS
Pure Dixon Cotton Seed.
WE OFFER for aale 150 bnahela Dickson
Cotton Seed, grown from eeed obtained
from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford Ga., last
spring, and which waa solectod by him for his
own uso. Notwithstanding the unprece?
dented dry season, wo gathered from 1,500 to
2,500 pounds to tho acre-making twenty-six
bales to one mule.
Price ?3.00 per bushel.
OxFOitu, Ga., November I, 18G9.
I do certify that I sold to Misara. Richard
O'Noale A Son, of Columbia, S. C., some of my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for planting
purposes. They proposed to sell a portion of
what they raised. Plantera purchasing the
Seed thoy raiso mav rely upon gotting tho
genuine Dickaon Seed. DAVID DICKSON.
Wo arc Mr. Dickson's Agenta here, and will
order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Prico 15.00 from one to five bushels, or il 00
for five and upwards.
?Tan 10 RICHARD O'NEALE A SON.
RBMOV /\ T a
-g RESPECTFULLY informs his
,r*t'"u'H nn^ customers that he has
3?' UH ri'ni o ved to his new establishment,
Ll I 'H'M formerly Kinalcr'a building, on thc
Ir'^nTjBiMcorner of Richardson ami Taylor
streets, where ho will constantly keep .ni hand
a carefully selected assortment of
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
Hams, Su.'ar-curcd Shoulders.
Fulton Market Beef,
Herring and Codti?h.
Flour, Meal, Rico, etc.
Canned Lobsters and Oysters, Sardines, etc.
Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Canned Fruits,
Jellies and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Wines
^^^^^ ^ ^
all of'well-known branda."both
WHOE.RSAL.K AM> KKTAIL.
He will always have in his New St,>r' a full
SMOKING TOBACCO of Richmond. Ljnch
! burg and Baltimore manufactures, in half,
I quarter and one-eighth pound packages.
SEGA RS- both home manufacture and im?
And CHEWING TOBACCO of dim rent
Besides every article belonging t<> a first
Grateful for pa^t favors, and determined to
leave no honorable means untried to retain
tho good will of all who have favored nie
hitherto, and who may hereafter favor ino
with their custom, I will be happy to receive
the kimi patronage, both of my old friends and
of tho public in general. UIBRCKS.
Hams! Hams ! !
NEW Sugar-cured llama and Bacon strips,
just received and for sale low by
Nov VI J. A T. ll. AGNEW.
IHAVE just received by Express a line as
sortmout or DIAMOND JEWELRY-Rings
from flt) to 1250. WILLIAM GLAZE.
"Special Sale" Goods.
WE open to-day a good BED BLANKET,
We open to-dav a good ARAB SHAWL.
$4 00 to $6.00.
We open to-day a good CLOTH CLOAK,
$3.00 to 112 00.
OUR WONDERFUL BARGAIN COUNTER8
are again loaded with goodB for inspection.
While wo are anxiona to acll theae groat BAR?
GAIN GOODS, it will be ecen npon examina?
tion by tho prudent, economical heads of fann?
ies and other ciiBtomore, that almost.all tho
Goods will do to buy and H torc away for future
uso, if not noeded immediately.
Jan 18 _ R. C. 8HIVER.
DRY GOODS !
NEW STO?E AND NEW GOODS,
~WTE take pleasure in announcing to tho j
TT public, that wo have thia day opened a I
fine stock of DRY GOODS, of every deecrip-|
tion, and shall always have on hand a fine
assortment of all the varions Goods appertain- I
lng to our trade.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always be replete, with the latest styles j
of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths, Merinos, Delaines and Operas, in ull
colors. Prints of all grades and makes.
TABLE LINENS, in all styles, Damasks, |
] Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diapers of
; every description.
j In J KANS, CASSIM KUES, BROADCLOTHS,
I DOESKINS, we shall always have a complete
j In BLEACHED GOODS, SHEETINGS and
; SHIRTINGS, und in DROWN COTTONS, wc
shall offer rirent inducements.
? In GLOVES, HOSIERY, CENTS WEAR,
Collars, Merino Drawers and Shirts, a tine se
. lection und bargains.
I A line assortment of N'OTK )NS on bund.
Call and see us, at the New Store, inDicrcks
, new building, under the old Kineler Ball.
Dec. 2 ?Imo S. W. POUTER A CO.
"LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!"
OUR CLEARING OlT SALES
Wim DRY BU
ANO WK IRS;
j Qmm AWAY DAILY,
FANCY FRENCH POPLINS at 25 cents;
worth 50 cents.
; Fancy and black French POPLINS al 50
i cents; worth ?1.00.
; Black Cretone POPLINS ut 75 couta; worth
! fl .as.
I Blaek ALPACA at .".:) cents: worth T.'J cents,
i Black ALPACA at 30 cents; worth 50 cents.
Black CLOTH CLOAKS al 00; worth ?7 50.
ARAB SHAWLS at f*i.00; worth tO.OO.
Other Goods proportionately cheap.
W. D. I,?VE Sc CO.
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE,
; B. B. McCREF.RY. .lan 15
Fine Gold Watch Chains
OF ail tho latest styles, for Ladies and Cen
tlomen, ror sale by WILLIAM GLAZE.
Another Step "in Science.-Warranted the Best in the United States
S0l.lt j: y DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
Boots, Shoes and Hats for the Million !
AT THE MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE:
MEW GOODS FOR THE HEW YEAR!
rag?T- I have just received a very largo stock of Ladies", Gent's, mr?.,
?Sf- /" Misses' and Children's FINE WORK, direct from lirsi BBB
SBML^TVSI liiiods, and bought at low figures-certainly tho finest _j6fl|
^i^mB^l^?lhrought to this market .since the war, and in ?ill colors and 5*>
widths undtfiizes, and the nttcnlion of buyers is solicited, as goods will bo marked
down from this date. Jun 1
Call and see for yourselves, ?lt tho sign of the Big Boot and Hut, one door North
of Columbia Hotel". A. SMYTHE.
Soluble Manures and Sulphuric Acid,
1\J"ANUFACTUREO at Charleston, under tho direction of Dr. N. A. PRATT, Chemist fur
J.TJL tho Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Company.
SOLUBLE PHOSPHORIC ACID, in tho form o? SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, or
DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, is tho basia of all good Fertilizers, and these aro valuable
in tho ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Acid which is in thuin.
Tho immonso deposits of Phosphoric Guanos which wcro discovered in 18G7 in South Caro?
lina, by Dr. PRATT, consists mainly of Insoluble Phosphate of Limo, which is mado available
as a Fertilizer by being: ground to powder, and reduced by Sulphuric Acid to such a condition
as to mako its insoluble phosphate solublo in water, and thus made capablo of being taken up
by growing plants. The insoluble Phosphate found in any commorcial Fertilizer is of no
moro value to tho plant than the original Phosphate rock. Tho greater tho proportion of this
Solublo Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains, tho less tho quantity required per acre, and
consequently tho cheapest Fertilizer is that containing thc highest per centago of Soluble
Impressed with these truths, thc Sulphuric Acid and Super-Phosphate Company have erected
at Charleston, the drat extensivo Aoid Chambers South of Baltimore, and are able to offsr to
planters tho highest per centago of Solublo Phosphate of Limo known in any market.
Their Fertilizers are offered under two forms:
1. Btlwan, Wo. 1.-PURE SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, guaranteed to contain 21 per cent, of
Dissolved Bono Phosphate of Limo, *60 per ton, 10 per cent, discount for cash.
3. icu wini. No. 9-PERUVIAN SUPER-PHOSPHATE, guaranteed to contain 20 per cont,
nf Dissolved Bono Phosphate, and 1J to 3 per cent, of Ammonia, with a snfticient addition of
Peruvian Guano to adapt it to all Crops, $70 per ton. 10 per cont, discount for cash.
wc ALSO OFFKH:
DISSOLVED BONE, of high grade, for planters or manufacturera, who may desire to mix
into any other compost, and we cuggost that this is the boat and cheapest method for manu?
facturers to transport the Sulphuric Acid contained in tho mixture. Will be sold at fixed rate
for each per centago. [Jan 1 3mo) WM. C. BBB St CO. Agents,
R. O'NEAI.Z A SON, Agents, Columbia. No. 14 Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Desirable and Well-kept Furniture.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY MORNING, 24th, at 10 o'clock, I
will nell, at the late residence of Maj. Dean,
corner of Washington and Bull stroeta, a
variety of Parlor. Dining and Bed-room Fur?
niture, among which are,
CARPET, Mahogany Hair-Seat Chairs, Ma?
hogany Hair-Seat 8ofa, Rocking Chair, Marblo
Top Pier Tahlee. Centre Tables, Card Tables,
Work Stand, Mahogany Fronch Bedatoad, Ma
6le Bedsteads, Feather Beds, Mattresses,
Teasing Bureaus, Washstands, Cano-Seat I
and Windsor Chairs, Book Case, Mantle
Ornaments, Shovola and Tongs, Ewers and
Basins, Crockery and Glassware, and a va?
riety of Articles useful to families.
A variety ol' Pictures, among which aro
eovoral thc work of a well known Artist of tIiis
No postponement on account of weather, aa
tho house has to ho given up and furniture re- I
moved. Jan 21
Mules and Horses.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING next, tho 26th I
institut, at 10 o'clock,in front of our Auction
Room, wu will sell, without any reserve,
H Uno voung well-broken MULES,
4 well broken Draft HORSES. j
Tho above sold for no fault, tho owner le av
ing tho State. Conditions cash. Salo positivo.
Valuable Mill and Manufacturing Pro?
perty for Sale.
STATE OJ- SOUTH CAROLINA-IN TU:*. COMMON
Catharine Sawyer and others, ea. Deborah
Sawyer and others.
PURSUANT ttl thc order of thc Court in
this ease, I will proceed to sell, before tho
Court House of Lexington County, within legal
hours, on the first MONDAY in February
Thc LAND and MILLS of George Sawyer,
deceased, situate in Lexington County, on !
Cedar Creek, adjoining lands of James D. i
Jones. William Scoficld, James Dunbar and
others, and known on thc plat of W. E. Saw?
yer, dated and tiled in this caso February 5.
1802, by tho lutteT A and C, F and B. It will
be. sold" in two parcels, Cedar Creek to bo thc
line; tracts A and C to he one parcel, contain?
ing 11,423 acres, moro or less, on thc West sido
of Cedar ('reek; thc other parcel, F and B, con- I
tainin g 1,815 acres, more or lesa, on tho East
side ot Cedar Creek-tho purchaser of eaeh
parcel to have equal mill privileges, rcspi?.:
lvcly, and with tho full aim freo privilege of
damming tho said Cedar Creek, and nsing thc
waters thereof for mill and manufacturing
purposes. One-half aero for tho family burial
ground, excepted on tho Western parco!. .
THUMS OK BALE.-One-half cash; tho balance j
on a credit of one and two years, in e<pial in- i
stalmonts, to bear interest from day of sale;
thc purchase money to be secured by bond,
with good personal security and mortgage of
the promises. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. S. M. ROOF, S. L. C. ?
LEXINOTON C. H., January 5, 1870. Jan 19
Under Decree in Equity.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON COON- '
TV-IN EQUITY.- Samuel N. Pike A Co. rs.
D. c. PE1XOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEERS. I
BY virtue of an order of sale in tho above
cause, dated December 8th, 18u'J, hy the
lion. I!, li. Carpenter, Judgv of tho First Cir- i
cuit in said State, in tho Court of Common
Pleas, sitting in Equity for said Circuit, to mo
directed, I will aell at public auction, at the
Court House, in tho city of Columbia, on j
MONDAY, the 7th day or February, 1870, at
ll o'clock a. m..
All that piece, parcel or LOT OF LAND,
with thc buildings theron, situate, lying and;
being in the city of Columbia and state afore- j
said, on Richland street, measuring mid con- |
faining half (\) an acre, moro or liss, butting ?
and hounding North by lot now, cr formerly
of J. C. Dial: East by lot now, or late, of Dr. :
Cuthbert; South by Richland street, and West
bj' lot now, or formerly ol ('?dis Mann or Ben?
jamin De Lune - the said lot of Laud having
neon recently conveyed to David Jacobs by thc
Commissioners of Richland District, under a :
decree of thc Honorable the Court of Equity, '.
in a cause in winch the said Jacobs was com?
plainant, and tho distributees of Goodwin
were defendants, and conveyed to tho said j
Goodwin by tho said David Jacobs, and con- |
veyed to the said David Jacobs by Mary Ann
McDonald, by deed bearing date tho 11th day
ot" March, in tho year 1864, to whom it was
conveyed by Janies Martin, by deed .dated the
13th day of July, in the year ?S43. to whom it
was conveyed on tho 18th day of May, 1843, by
James S. Guignard, to whom it waB conveyed
by William Edward Hayne, by deed bearing
dato tho 13th day of January, 1828.
TERMS: One-third cash; balanco on a credit
of ono sud two yoara-credit portion to bo
secured by bond, bearing seven per cent, in?
terest, payable annually, and mortgago of the j
premises- buildings to be insured and policies 1
assigned. Purchaser to pay mo for all necea- .
sary papers and stamps. V. J. TOBIAS,
Jan lt; 23 30 Feb 5 7 Special Befercc.
In rc John W. Grady, Bankrupt.
BY virtue of an order in Baukruptcy, trom
his Honor George S. Bryan, District ;
Judge, to us directed, we will sell, at William- :
ston, on .'?1st instant, between tho hours of 12 |
M. and 2 o'clock in tho afternoon, tho well- I
known WILLIAMSTON HOTEL, and LOT
upon which said Hotel is locatod, containing
two acres, moro or loss. The Spring at this
place is celebrated for its medicinal properties,
and many invalids resort to this place during
tho summer months for their health. The
scenery is beautiful, climate delightful, and
tho surrounding country is healthy and pro?
ductive. This a rare chance for capitalists tn
mako a good investment. Sold free of all
liens, but subject to dower.
TERMS.-A snfllcient amount to pay costs
will he required in cash; the balance on a cre?
dit of six mouths, with interest from date, with
mortgage and two good sureties.
Also, the FURNITURE ot the Williamson I
Hotel, consisting of Chairs, Bedsteads, bu- '
roans, Washstands, Tabled, Crockery ware, A ..,
.Vc. T< mis cash for Furniture
W. T. SHUMATE, I . . ," ,
Jailli."?sm A. BLYTHE, ( A '
BY virtue of a writ of fvri facias, to ino di?
rected, I will sell, on the FIRST MON?
DAY in February next, in front of th . Court
House in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT of LANI), with tho buildings
thereon, in tho city of Columbia, containing
un? "ere, au;! bounded on tho North by
Smitii, - Burdell and -Taylor; on the
East by T. D. Feaster; on tho South by Lady
street, and on tho West by Gadsden street.
Levied on aa tho property of Albert R. Colton,
at tho suit of Horace L. Emory A Son vs. Al?
bert R. Colton. Will bo ?old at tho risk and
cost of tho former purchaser, Samuel ?.Spen
cor, ho having failed to comply with terms of
salo. Terms caah.
Jan 15 mth P. F. FRAZEE, fl. R. C.
Jesse Rabb el al. vs. Jane Nowell el a!.- - Bil
PURSUANT to tho drcretal order in tho
abovo case, I will sell, before tho Conrt
Hoinse in Columbia, on tho FI HST MONDAY
in February next,
All that LOT of LAND, in the city of Colnm
bio, on North aldo of Pendleton street, betwoen
dates and Lincoln streets, containing one
half aero, moro or lesa, fronting on Pendleton
street 07 feet, and running back 230 foet,more
or leas; bounded Sooth bv Pendleton street.
Weat by lot of Amanda Hodge, North hy lot
nf Jano Simond, and East by lots assigned to
Maria Millen and others.
Terms cash. Purchaser to nay for stamps
ind papers. D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
William Shiell and John A. Shiel! vt. Elisabeth
Hindi et Ol.
IN pursuance of tho docrutal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, in the
abovo stated case, I will sell, on the F1B8T
MONDAY in February next, in front of the
Court House in Columbia, within the legal
All that lot, pieeo or parcol of LAND, in the
etty of Colombia, situate on Lady street,
bounded on the North by Joseph Taylor's lot,
on the East by a lot sold by me, as Sheriff, to
William W. Deane, on tho third day of Janua?
ry, 1870, and measuring thereon one hundred
aud fonr (101) feet, more or looa; on the South
by Lady street, and measuring thereon BOvon
ty-ono foot and two inches. (71 2.) more or lea?;
and on the West by a lot belonging to William
and John A. Shiel!, and measuring thereon
one hundrod and four (104) feet, moro or ieee.
Tho above described property will bo sold at
the risk and costa of the former purchaser,
John D. Bateman, he having failed to comply
with terms of sale,
Tr.iiMs.-Cash enough to pay costa and ex?
penses and one-third residue; balance on a
credit of one and two years, with interest from
day of aale, payable annually; aecured by bond
aud mortgago or prcmisca sold. Purchaser
to pay for stamps and papers.
Jan 15 mth _ P. F. FHA ZEE, B. B. 0.
Sheriff 's Sale.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias in
mv hands, I will offer for aalo, before the
Court House, on the drat MONDAY in Februa?
ry next, within the legal hourn:
"Five HITCH, more or leas, of LAND, in Rich?
land County, bounded North by landa of catate
I of John Singleton; East and South by landa of
William M. Beckham, and West by Congaree
All the undivided right, titlo and iutereat of
the defendant, John U.ThreewitB, in a tract of
land bounded North and East by landa of Wm.
M. Beckham; South by Thomas Davie, and
I West by Congaree River. Levied on aa tho
I property of John H. Thrcewits, at tho anit of
i William' H. Casson, ct. al., vs. John H. Three
wits. Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
! Jan lu mth S. B. C.
John English r.s. David H. Smith.
BY virtuo of a warrant to levy on and nell the
crop of defendant, in tho abovo atated
ease. directed to mo by D. B. Miller, Esq.,
Clerk of tho Court of Common Floss and Gen?
eral Sessions for Richland County, and in pur?
suance of an Act of tho General Assembly of
South Carolina, entitled "An Act to secure ad?
vances for agricultural purposes." and also by
virtuo of a writ ot fieri facias, to me directed,
I will sell on tho first Monday in February
next, in front of the Court Houeoiu Columbia,
within tho logal hours of aalo, thc following
j EightMulea; one Mare; eight 8et of Har?
ness; two Wagons; one Saddle and Bridie; a
lot of Corn-supposed to bo about 100 buahela;
lot of Cotton Seed; lot of Seed Cotton; lot of
Shucks; ono double-barrel Gun; a lot ot Houaa
hold Furniture, and fourteen or lift cen head
; of Hogs.
? The Com, Cotton, Cotton Seed, Seed Cot?
ton, Shucks, Hogs and Household Furnituro
; will bo sold on Tuesday, at the roaidenco of
i thc defendant, on Dr.'John Englieh's plants -
? lion. Terms cosh. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
i Jan lt! mill
BY virtue of a writ of tieri facias to me di?
rected I will sell, on tho FIRST MON
1 DAY in February next, in front of tho Court
House in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
I All that PLANTATION or TRACT of LAND,
; in Richland County, containing eloven hun?
dred (1,100) acres, moro or less, and bounded
I on tho North by-McRae; on the North?
east by H. Ravan; South-cant by D. Wilson;
South by landa formerly of Dr. D. W. Ray:
South-west by D. W. Lcdinghara; North ana
North-west by T. Brow n and Mrs. Goulding.
Levied on as tho property of John Ledingham,
deccaaed, at tho suit of Andrew P. Vinson,
Assignee, vs. Francis Ledingham, Administra?
trix of the Estate ot" John Ledingham.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Jan bl mth
BY virtuo of sundry writs of fieri facias, io
me directed, I will sell, on the Ural MON?
DAY in February next, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within thc legal hours,
tho following property, viz:
All that HOI'.sE aud LOT, in thc city of Co?
lumbia, situate on Assembly street; bounded
on thc North by M. H. Berry; East by Thomas
Davis; South by Da via' Alley, and on'the Weat
by Aaaembly street.
One Horse, ono Buggy and Harnean, and
the Household Furnituro of the defendant.
Levied on aa the property of Charles J. Bollin,
at tho suit of Mary Allen, et al., vs. Charles J.
Bollin. Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
Jan 16 mth_ S. R. C.
D. B. DeSaussuro, for tho uso of D. B. Miller,
vs. Riobard Allen et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in the above
stated au', I will boll, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in February next, in front of the Court House,
in Columbia, within tho legal hours.
All that LOT of LAND, with tho House
thereon, iii tho city of Columbia, bounded ea
the North by lot owned by L. H. Trovet; East
by lot next, described; South by Gervais street,
and West by Lincoln street; measuring about
til feet on Gervais street, and 123 feet, more or
less, on Lincoln street. Sold at risk of former
parchaaor, R. Allen.
TERMS or SALE.-Cash sufficient to pay tho
exponaes of suit and costa of aale; balance on
a credit of oue and two years, secured by bondi
and mortgago of the promisee. Purchaser to
pav for Btamps and papers.
Jan 15 mth _P. F. _FRAZEE, S. R. C.
J. Robert Heay, Executor, vs. William F.Sexy,
Edwin T. Williams and wifo, aud others.
IN pursiianco of tho decretal order of the
Court of Common Pleas, sitting iu Equity,
iii tho abovo case, I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY (tho Gib day) ut February next, in
frout of tho Court Uouau in Columbia, within
thc legal hours,
All that PLANTATION, sitnated in tko
County of Richland, near Ringville, belonging
to tho estate of thu lato James H. Seay, de?
ceased; tho said Plantation comprising 2,358
acres, moro or lees, consisting of several aopa
rato parcels. Tho Plantation will be sold in
ouo body; and a plat thereof may be seen on
tilo in tho oflico of tho ('Jerk ot the Court of
Common Pleas, in connection with p:ooc?d>?>Sa
in tho abovo case. Will bo sold at tho risk and
costs of Ihe former purchaser, J. Robert S oay,
ho having foiled to oomply with terms of sale.
TEEMS.-Caeh sufficient to pay the coate of
proceedings and of salo, and ono-fourth of tho
rematador of tho purchase money; tho balance
of the purchase money in three instalments,
with interest from the day of sale; to be se?
cured by bond, with good personal securities,
and a mortgage of tho premises. Purchaser
to pay tho coals of executing titlea, bonds and
mortgago, including stamps.
Jan 15 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON HEED than ?ny
mau who advertises Seed for sale. Mine
ia tho iraprovod BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels any ether. Tho price ia $2.50 nor bushel.
Aa examination of my proofs will ho convuls?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wolla and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at the growth, in Butcher Tows.
Dec3 N. POPE.^
Cow Feed! Cow Feed!
JLS? received, a freah lot of COW FEED, at
the> Columbia Ice House, which will bo
sold lev for cash. J. D. BATEMAN.
Nev 20 3mo