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PABIS, January 28.--The Corpa Legis?
is much exoited over the English
treaty. Clarendon is here to
watch the progresa of events. Tho pre?
sent treaty expires Febroary 4.
The LaCreazot Btrike has ended.
Schneider, the President of the Se?
nate? and chief proprietor of theLaCreu
zot . works, attributes the strike to
LONDON, January 28.-Tho Pall Mall
Gazette s?tes that the Alabama claims
negotiations have been suspended.
Peabody's lands, recently seized by
the Crown officers, have been released.
The cotton spinners at Wigan and
Lancaster are on a strike.
WASHINGTON, January 28.-A some?
what sensational Washington corres
Sondent says, regarding Corbin's evi
enoe before the gold horror committee:
"Mr. Corbin admitted that he was en?
gaged in sp?culations with Jay Gould,
auld thu impression here produood on
some members of the committee was,
that he led Gould to believe that he had
influence with the President, through
Mrs. Corbin, the President's sister, and
thus got Gould to embark in the specu?
In the Senate, Johnson was scated.
Other proceedings unimportant.
Tho House passed a resolution making
the office of public printer an elect've
one in joint session. Gibson, from Vir?
ginia, was sworn and seated.
Internal revenue receipts to-day,
The Territorial Committee have agrocd
to report a bill to abolish polygamy in
Utah, and empowering the President to
enforce its suppression, by means of the
military, if necessary.
The steamer Seminole has been ordered
In the House, tho legislative, judicial
and executive appropriation bill was
taken np. Voorhees made a long speech
npon the financial question and the
national banking system. Butler made
another response to Dawes. Dawes re?
plied that he did not desire to qualify
anything he had said, but was willing to
let the country be the judge. The claim
of Simpson, member elect from the
Fourth South Carolina Congressional
District, was laid aside, he being unable
to take the oath. The Committeo on
Elections reported on the case of the
claimants from Georgia, under the elec?
tions of April, 1868, declaring them not
entitled to seats. The session to-morrow
will be devoted to debate only. A bill
waa passed, providing for tho eleotion of
the Public Printer by both Houses.
J. W. Johnson, Senator from Virginia,
presented himself. Willey said John?
son's disabilities had been removed, and
that he desired to bo sworn in. Edmunds
suggested that there might bo somo fur?
ther legislation necessary; he had been
informed that the disabilities of the gen?
tleman had not been removed; he under?
stood that the disabilities of a Mi*. John?
son had been removed, but whether the
gentleman churning a seat was tho one
was not known; bethought his identity
should be established. Willey read from
one of the Acts removing political disa?
bilities, wherein was tho name of John
W. Johnson, of Washington County, and
said that the gentleman claiming a scat
was tho per?ou. Sumner said there
would be no objection, if this was trno.
Johnson then took the oath. A bill
allowing conscientious Virginians to
affirm was passed, and goes to thc Presi?
dent. A bill abolishing tho franking
privilege was road tho second time.
Ramsey moved its immodiate considera?
tion. Drake and Vickers objected, and
it was referred to the Committee on Post 1
Offices. Tho bill iuvolves tho abolition
of the froe circulation of newspapers ,
within the Counties or Parishes. Tho i
Judiciary Committee were instructed to
inquire whether additional legislation is
necessary regarding Georgia. In dis
oussing an appropriation for the poor, <
Mr. Hamlin said: "And to the credit of
the Jews bc it said, that while they have 1
contributed liberally, they havo sup?
ported their own poor." The currency
question wus discussed to adjournment
RICHMOND, January 28.-Gen. Cunby
to-day issued an order turning over tho
administration of State affairs to the
civil authorities. The military officers,
filling the positions of State Auditor and
Seoretary, to-day tendered their resigna?
PORTSMOUTH, VA., January 28.-600
workmen have been discharged from thc
navy yard on account of tho exhaustion
JACKSON, MISS., January 28.-General
Ames left for Washington lost night. It
is believed Gen. Alcorn will go with him.
H. R. Revels, (colored,) United States
Senator left for Washington this even?
SAVANNAH, January 28.-Tho Green
Line excursion party, comprising about
350 delegates, from Cincinnati, Louis?
ville and Nashville, and visitors from At?
lanta and Macon, arrived hero to-day
and were met at tho Atlantic and Gulf
Railroad depot by a largo committee of
friends and citizens, and were welcomed
to the hospitalities of the city. lu tho
afternoon they wero entertained by din?
ners aboard several vessels in port. To?
morrow the excursionists will visit Fort
Pulaski and other places of interest.
ATLANTA, January 28.-Tho House to?
day, by a vote of sixty-six to fifty-six,
decided to qualify and seat thoso persons
who received the next highest vote to
those members who wero declared ineli?
gible, and those whose seats were de?
clared vacant by General Terry. Nine
were sworn in to-day, of whom three
were colored mon.
CINCINNATI, January 28.-Distillers
have resolved to oppose the forty-eight
hour fermentation, and determined to
test tho question in the courts.
cavalry and one infantry oompauy, un?
der Gol. Baker, loft Fort Shaw and cap?
tured Boar Obief'a camp, oonslstiog of
over thirty lodges, where they killed men,
women and children. Eight man er
caped. Bear Obief was killed, and the
balance of the Blackfeet tribe fled to the
British possessions. It is understood
that Baker's expedition have permission
to cross the linea in pursuit.
CHARLESTON, January 28.-Arrived
steamers James Adgor, New York; Sea
Guli, Baltimore. Sailed-steamer Sara?
gossa, New York.
FINANCIAD AMD CUUfHERCIAL.
NEW YORK, January 28-Noon.-Stocks
unsettled and dull. Money easy, at 6(</;
7. Exchange-long 0; short 9;V Gold
21*0. 62's, coupon, 15%; Tennessee's,
ex coupon, 54; new 45%; Virginia's, ex
coupon, 57; new 62J? ; Louisiana's, old 70;
levee 6's 68J?; 8's 77; Alabama 8's 93; 5's
63; Georgia 6's 80^; 7's 92; North Caro?
lina's, old, 41%; new 24%; South Caroli?
na's, old, 81%; new 78j?. Flour without
material change. Wheat dull, without
any decided change. Coru dull and
droopi n g. Pork dull-m ess email@example.com.
Lard quiet, at 16i.l4'@16%. Cotton quiet,
at 25*8. Turpentine firm, at 46j?. Rosin
firm, nt 2.15 for strained. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet, with sales of
1,500 bales, at 25>,-8'. Flour moderately
active, without change in price. Wheat
less active and heavy-winter red and
umber Western firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn heavy
-new 90@93. Pork heavy, at 27.00(a)
27.75. Lard heavy, at 17%@18. .Whis?
key 99. Freights quiet. Money easy,
at 4?6-somo loans made at 3. Go?
vernment's firm; Southern's nctive and
BALTIMORE, January 23.-Cotton
firmer, at 25%. Flour dull and un?
changed. Wheat dull, at email@example.com.
Corn weak-white 1.00; yellow 90@98.
Pork quiet, at 29.00(4:29.50. Bacou and
lard quiet. Whiskey firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW ORLEANS, January 28.-Cotton
easier, at 2478'@25; sales 3,900 bales.
Flour quiet, email@example.com. Corn 1.57??.
Pork 29.75. Bacon scarce, at 14%(?)
17%; hams 19@19.'.i. Lard 16%@18.
Sugar-prime ll'4(?11%. Molasses
prime 68@70. Whiskey firstname.lastname@example.org. Cof?
fee 15?i@17^. Gold 21:^.
MOBILE, January 28.-Sales of cotton
to-day 900 bales-middling 21,!i'(?>24% ;
receipts 3,505; exports 5,917.
AUGUSTA, January 28.-Cotton mar?
ket active and firmer, with sales of 820
bales-receipts 800-middling 24)4.
SAVANNAH, January 28.-Receipts of
cotton to-day 2,618 bales; sales 800
middlings 25; market firm.
CHARLESTON, January 28.-Cotton act?
ivo and firmer, with sales of 700 bales
middling 25; receipts 1,075.
PARIS, January 2S.-The Bourse open?
ed firm-rentes 73 and 85.
LONDON, January 28-Noou.-Consols
92??. Bouds 87.' "'.
LivEurooL, January 28-Noon.-Cot?
ton steady-uplands 11%; Orleans 117"@
12; sales of the week 97,000 bales; ex?
ports and speculation 25,000; stock 300,
000; American 111,000; receipts of the
LIVERPOOL, January 28-Evening.
Cotton sternly-uplands 11%; Orleans
11%@12; sales 12,000 bales.
WI IO 1.1: s ALI; PRICKS CURHKNT,
CORRECTEO WEEKLY BY TIIK BOABU or TRADE.
APPLES, t?bu.l 25C(j)l 5? atoLAssBsIUuba,53?53
BAOonfo,Ounnv26@28 New Orl'nsl 0t)@l 10
Dundee y yd 30?32 Sugar H'se..75?l 25
BALE ROPE, Manil,?26 NAILS, y kog5 50@G 50
N.Y.orWes^lM0@15 ONIONS. i?bu8l75?2 00
BUTTEB, Northern ?50 OIL, Kerosene,g 60?75
Country, \) lb.25?35 Machinery... .75@1 00
BACON. Hains. ..23?25 l'OULTBY,Ducks VT
Sides, fMt>_18?20 Turkeys.3 00
Shoulders ... l l @1C Chickens.25@30
BRICKS, fd,000 . .9?12 Oeeso
CANBLES, Hperm40@70 SPECIE, Gold QI 20
Adamantine R>21@25 Silver.1 10? 1 18
Tallow. 14?1G POTATOES, Iris (??,2 00
COTTON YAU.N1 85@2 00 I Sweet, bus ?1 25
CoTTON.Strict Md?21 RICE, CaroIinatti8.J.?09
Middling .. .23?? I East India_
Low Midl'g, 23 @ ! SHOT, f)bag. 3 00@3 25
GoodOrdny,22 @ SALT, Liverp.2 50?2 GO
Ordinary... 20 ? 21 | SOAP, %>Ib,.7i?ll
CHEESE, K.D.lb. 23@25 I SPIRITS, Alcohol,g!7 00
factory.19@24 Brandy . .4 00? 12 00
COFFEE, Rio, $<lb21?25 | HollndGin.5 00@7 00
Laguayra_27?31 American..2 00@3 00
Java.37?40 Jam. Rum.G 00?7 00
FLOCK, Co. 900@1000 N.E. "..2 00@3 00
Northern. 6 00? ll 00 Bo.Whisky350@4 50
GRAIN, Corn 1 40@1 50 Mononghta250@4 00
Wheat_1 G0?2 00 Rectified.. 1 35@1 05
Oats. 90?1 00 SUOAB, Crua'd, 18A?19
Peas.1 G0?1 75 Powdered... 18A?20
HAY, North, "efewt.2 00 Brown.12?17
Eastern. STABCH, ip lt)... 9A@11
HIDES,Dry, pbl2}@18 TEA, Green 1MOO@2 00
Green.@8 Black,... .1 00@1 50
INDIOO, Caro.. .1?1 25 TOBACCO, Chw.G0?l 25
LAnn,%)m.20@22 Smoking,1b..50@l oo
LUMBER, Bds 100 f.l 50 VINEOAR, Wine,.70?7f>
Scantling.1 50 Cider.50?G0
Shingles^nOOO. .2 75 French.... 1 25? 150
LIME, %i bbl. 2 70@2 80 WINK, Cham. 25@32 00
MEATS, Pork, 9db. 15* Port, f)gal300@5 00
Beof.8@12 Sherry_3 50?G OH
Mutton.10? 12 Madeira.. .250?8 00
Report for Week ending Friday, Jan. 28,1870.
PucSNIX OFFICE. COLUMBIA, January 29,1870.
COTTON.-There has boen a good demand for
cotton during tho past week. All of tho staple
brought to market-482 baleH-was readily
taken at tho following prices: 2 at 204; at
204; G at 21; 1 at 214; 1 at 21A; GC at 22.}; 20 at
23; 52 at 234; Ul st 23A; 32 "at 23?; 12at23j;
152 at 234; 10 at 24.
DISTRESSING CASUALTY.-Mr. Thomas
Chilton, a worthy young man of Bedford
County, wus on his way to church, when
his horse beenmo unmanageable and ran
oil', and ono of tho stirrup-leathers
breaking, Mr. C. was hurled violently
against a trco, his skull being fractured,
producing death almost instantly.
Rev. Horace Cooke, tho recreant pas?
tor of New York, who ran away with a
young lady of his congregation, has sur?
rendered his ordination parchments to
Presiding Elder Pease, with tho request
that his name bo "blotted from the re?
cords of tho Conference and consigned
A man named Death lost $50,000 by
tbe burning of his distillery at Warsaw,
Bl. It was the first time that Death
ever lost anything by the whiskey busi?
[SAYS FOU YOUNO MEN, on tho passional
attraction of the sexes, and the happiness of
TBUE MABBIAQB, when perfect manhood and
perfect womanhood unite to consecrate the
onion. Bent free, in pealed envelopes. Ad?
dress, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Phi?
ladelphia, Ta._ Jan 29 3mo
FROM Colombia, on the 26th inst.,
a brown MARE, about 15 or 16 hands
_high, and between ft and 5 years old.
Shs is supposed to have gone in the direction
of Chester, as she originally came from there.
A suitable reward will be paid for her delivery
to me, at Columbia. J. P. MAYS.
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A AUGUSTA R. R,
GENEBAL FBEIOUT ANO TICKET Orner..
COLUMBIA, 8. C., January 28, 1870.
MERCHANTS and others desiring MILE?
AGE TICKETS, good for five hundred
or ono thousand miles, can procure them by
leaving their address with any Station Agent
on lino of road, or upon application to the
undersigned, at following prices: For 1,000
miles, $30.00; for 500 miles, $18.00.
E. R. DORSEY, G. F. and T. Agent.
FOI DH DOLLAR
You can purchase a pair o:
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
C. F. JACKSON'S
Just received by Express, from New York,
this day, one gross
To which thc attention of the Ladies is in?
vited. C. K. JACKSON.
Creme De La Creme.
-| rm BARRELS verv Superior FAMILY
1UU FLOUR, tor salo low by
Jan2?5 EDWARD HOPF..
e*f\i\\ RUSHERS prime White CORN, for
f\J\J salo low for CASH.
Jan 8 EDWARD HOPE._
pr rv BARRELS Pink-Eve and Goodrich
OxJ PLANTING POTATOES, just received
and for sale by J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
QAA PRIZE ROXF.S CANDY, every box
f)V/V7 containing a Gift, for the small sum
of 25 cents per box, just received aud for Halo
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
AS AGENT for this valuable Fertilizer, wo
are authorized to offer a premium of a
half ton of Etiwan Fertilizer for the best acre
of COTTON raised in this District, with tho
use of said Fertilizer, and halt ton of same fer
i best acre of CORN.
Jan 2n RICHARD O'NEALS & SON.
To the Public in General.
IHAYE better COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale. Mine
is tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels any other. Tho price is $2.50 per bushel.
An examination of my proofs will ne convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at tho growth, in Butcher Town.
Dec 3 N. POPE.
To the Public.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
(inform the citizens of Columbia
? and tho surrounding country gc
morally, that I have resumed my
'old Business again, after a lapse
of tweutv years, engaged in the manufacture
of Iron, I am again back at my first Business,
that of WATCH, CLOCK ANO JEWELRY
where a full Stock of all Goods kept in a First
Class Establishment can bc found. I shall use
my best endeavors to give satisfaction to all.
I hope to receive a share of patronage. I shall
keep First Class Workmen, and all work en?
trusted to mo will be warranted.
Nov 6 WILLIAM GLAZE.
WE want to reduce our Stock to about one
fourth its present ai/e, as we aro going to take
an account of it about the 15th of ne\t month.
Wo therefore offer ^re-at inducements to cash
(roods will be sold without regard to what
Conic and get some ot the bargains.
Jan 10 12 ?J. H. tte BI. t.. KI.VAUJ).
'.LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!"
OUR CLEARING OUT SALES
WINTER DRY GOODS
AMI Wi; ASE
S1VJW6 AWAY BAILY,
FANCY FRENCH POPLINS at 25 cents;
worth 50 couts.
Fancy aud Black French POPLINS at 50
cents; worth 11.00.
Black Cretono POPLINS at 75 cents; worth
Black ALPACA at 50 cents; worth 75 cents.
Black ALPACA at 30 cents; worth 50 cents.
Black CLOTH CLOAKS at $5.00; worth $7.50.
ARAB 8HAWL8 at $6.00; worth $9.00.
Other Goods proportionately cheap.
OT. D. LOVE & CO.
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE,
R. B. McCRF.EP.Y. Jan 15
THE undersigned Rives notice that be will
apply to Hon. Wm. Hutson Wigg, Judge
of Probate, at his office, in Columbia, the
27th of February, 1870, for final discharge as
Executor of W. B. Flowers, deceased.
_ Jan 27 **3 J.T. DI8EKEB. M. D., Ex'r.
Spartanburg Female College.
OM' of the officera of the Spartanburg Fe?
male College will be in Columbia on the
evening of the 31st instant, prepared to ac?
company young ladies tho next day, (lat of
February,) to Spartanburg, and may be found
at the National Hotel, near thc Greenville and
Columbia Railroad. Jan 2G
THE undersigned gives notico that on the
7th dav of February next, he will applv to
W. H. Wi?g, Eeq., JudRO of Probato for Rich?
land County, at his office, at 10 a. m., for a
final discharge as Administrator of Mary E.
Jan H $13 SAMCEL B. THOMPSON.
MW A CAR-LOAD of line, well-broke
^BA MULES. All in want of good stock
^^^^P would do well to call and examino be?
fore purchasing. They may be seen
at Logan's Stables, corner Senate and Assem
bly streets. W. S. A J. M. TALBOTT.
Jan 27 J
ATEACHER, to take charge of thc Mill
Creek Academy, located nine miles South?
east ol Columbia. An unmarried gentleman
preferred. To such a one, bringing satisfac?
tory testimonials aa regards character and
competency, tho school would probably bc
worth from $G00 to $700 per annum.
For particulars, apply to J. Q. LYRES,
Jan 27 J Hopkins Turn-out. 8. C.
G1 OOD, DETTER, BEST, seems to he thc
r idea now-a-days. If tyjy planter in tho
State or thc South wanta ta ?buy tho Seed that
grows the best stalk, with the greatest mim?
er of bolls, and the finest Blaplo on every
stalk, let him address me, at Columbia, S. C.,
and he will get the article he ia looking for.
Sec tho late Premium List and award of
premiums of the roceut Sontb Carolina Agri?
cultural and Mechanical Sociotv.
Jan 27 JAMES M. CRAWFORD. _
The Bank of Hamburg.
BEING appointed aa the Receiver of the
Hamburg Bank, by his Honor Judge
Platt, Judge of the Second Circuit Conrt,
notice ip hereby given, to all whom it may
concern, that I shall attend, for tho discharge
of my duty, on and after the 2V?tti o? January.
1S70, at my office, in Hamburg, to receive all
claims, assets, or information connected with
said Bank. FRANK ARNIM,
Jan 27 Receiver.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
Surseon Dentist, j
Main etreet, ever Bryan A MoCnVte^
Mtore. Jan 27 fi*
Pianos ! Pianos '. ! Pianos! ! !
i -M-HT0-a? JUST received from thc Fae- '
r5^p?3Btory, and for salo at a bargain, a
fl 5? J 11 niagniticent 7! Octave PIANO
FORTE, of superior finish and unsurpassed
in tone. Also, au excellent second-hand
PIANO. Piano Fortes of the most celebrated
makes furnished at manufactory prices.
Pianos. Melodeons and Organs t tined and rc
pairod in the moat complete manner, ou rea- !
sonable terms. WM. H. ORCHARD,
Piano Forte Agency, corner of Bull anti
Bichland streets. Jan 2'j j
PAYSI.NGER & FRANKLIN-, Proprietor?, j
y^frv THE above house is conveniently
MHXkicati'd on Main street-kept oil
' ja ^?Fnrnncan ohm, with large, wcll-fnr
nisbod Booma. Table supplied with thc best
tho market affords. Also, finest Norfolk OYS?
TERS. WILD GAME and FISH, of all kinds,
served In any stylo, by an experienced cook.
Board, with or without lodgings, by the week
or day, at moderate rates, and meals served at
all hours, without extra charge.
In BAB attached, will always ho foundgrw-j
finest WINES, ALES, Liquors, Segars, Ac.yyB
T. M. PATBlKftyR, C. K. FRANKLIN. W
Pure Dixon Cottou Seed.
"IXTE OPFER for salo bushels Dickson
VT Cotton Seed, grown from seed obtained i
from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford O a., last !
spring, and which was selected by him for his I
own use. Notwithstanding the unprecc- !
dented dry season, we gathered from 1,ooo to;
2,500 pounds to the acre-making tweuty-eix j
bales to one mule.
Price $:t.0e pct bushel.
OxFonn, Ga., November 1, lSf>3.
I do certify that I sold to Messrs. Richard
O Neale A Sun, of Columbia, S. C., somo of my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for planting
purposes. They proposed to sell a portion of
what they raised. Planters purchasing the
Seed they raieo mo^ rclv upon getting tho
genuine Dickson Seed. DAVID DICKSON.
Wo aro Mr. Dickson's Agents hero, and will
order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
'* Price $5.00 from one to five bushels, or $1 00
for five and upwards.
Jan If? RICHARD O'NEALE A SON.
OF Ladies'and Gent's fine GOLD WATCHES
and CHAINS, for sale at
Columbia Hotel BO A-.
OF new styles Ladies' Half SET:?, (soi
thing elegant,) at
" ISAAC SULZBACHER'S,
Columbia Hotel Rov
OF solid Siber and Platod Wares, selling
cheap, at ISAAC SUL7BACH EB'S,
Columbia Hotel Row.
The Finest Assortment
OF Tablo and Pocket CUTLERY in thc city,
at reduced prices.
Columbia Hotel Row.
OF French and American CLOCKS. Also, a
email assortment of GUNS, PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION, Ac, Ac. at
Jan 5 Columbia Hotel Bow.
Seed Oats and Barley.
~| f\ BU8UELS GENUINE NOBWAY BLACK
50 bushels genuine Canada BABLKY.
These seeds are worthy attention of scienti?
fic Farmers; tho yield is enormous and the
quality of the grain raised superior to any
other, and commands far higher prices.
Dec 7 Gm 9YMMF.RS.
Estate of John Stork.
NOTICE io hereby giren, that on the Slat
day of January, 1870, the undersigned
will apply to Hon. Wm. Hutson Wigg, Judge
of Probate for Richland County, for ? anal
discharge as Administrator of the eatate of
John Stork, deceased. W. H. STORE,
Jan t UM _Administrator.
FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL,
Spartanburg County, 8. C.,
ROT. W. CURTIS, LL.D., Prineipal.
yfg^ THE scholastic duties of the
/ff^Btfetwonty-?fth year nf thia popular
t,WrHat?Sinatltution wiH ho roauraed on
^aPagWEDNESDAY, February 10, 1870.
^KSSr It continues to invite the support
.^?^ of its numerous friends and the
public Beautifully situated, with abundant
room for all its exercises and unsurpassed in
health, with hut ono vacation in the winter
months of December to February, and pro?
vided with an experienced and resident Facul?
ty, it is resuming tho career of its former pros?
Carriages will ho sent over to Pacolett De?
pot of thc Spartanburg and Union Railroad
for those wishing to come to tho institution.
DR. CURTIS will leave Columbia on ThnrB
day morning, February 17, from tho Nationa
TERMS FER SESSION or FIVE MONTHS
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.-Tuition in English am
the Classics, regular course, $25.00. Music oi
the Piano, $25.00. Fronen, etc., $20.00. Board
including Washing, Fuel and Lights, $62.60.
Each pupil is expected to bring a pair o
sheets, pillow casos and towels. Jan 22 J
Mount Zion Institute,
WINNSBORO, SOUTH CAROLINA
jfB^ A CLASSICAL and Normal Sch oi
?42?9H?fct>bl? Boys. Superior facilities ar
^JjgajBt^lafforded in tho Classical and Matin
.^S/aflF matical Departments. Practici
.tkw&r instruction given in Laud Survej
ing, Topographical Drawing, Ac; also, I
Commercial Arithmetic. The discipline con
bines tho orderly precision of the Militai
Academy, with the thorough training of th
A Uniform has been adopted as a diatinctn
badge of this School, and is at once econom
cal and handsome.
Scholastic year opens tho 7th of Februar;
Board, including tuition in all the branche
except French, $100; French, $15.
Address, G. A. WOODWABD,
[Graduate University of Virginia,] Principal.
Or, M. M. FARROW, [First Honor Gradua
Citadel Academy,] Vice-Principal.
.Tan 26 wa*'
Watches and Jewelry.
Richardson and Ta vlor st reefs. ^
Gold and Silver WATCHES, Jewelry, Silv
and Plated Wares, Knives, Forks, Spoons ai
everything belonging to a well-selected a
sortment, alwavs to h:- had or furnished <
the moat favorable terms.
Bepairing of Clocks. Watches, Jewell
Music Boxes, Surgical Instruments by an i
perienced workman from Europe.
Jan 7 _G. DIERCKS
Liverpool and London and Globe Ct
ROBERT BRYCE, Agent.
\T7TTH a capital of over $17,000,000, a
W more than ten times that arnon
pledged by Act of Parliament. They offer t
very best security to tho in?ured.'and wh
one pays their money, they should make si
of the very best.
Policies aro issued at this Agency for hui
inga, stores, merchandize of every descripth
and cotton and other produce, on the low<
terms of any other good company. Appli
tions will be gladly received and promptlv
tended to bv ' ROBERT BRYCE, Agent",
Jan 18 }6* _ Columbia. S. C
^ ; A RESPECTFULLY informs
f T|H friends and customers that ho 1
ii *3f i M removed to his new establishmt
jk iHformerlv Kinsler's building, on
IlLBJfflajBhicorner of Richardson and Taj
streets, where he will constantly keep ou li:
a carefnlly selected assortment of
COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,
Hams, Supar-cured Shoulder*.
Fulton Market Beef,
Herring and Codfish
Flour, Meal, Rice, etc.
Canned Lobsters and Oyster?, Sardine.*,
Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Canned Fm
Jellies and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Wir
all ot well-known brands, both
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
He will always have in his New Store a
SMOKING TOBACCO of Bichmond, Ly
burg and Baltimoro manufactures, in '.
quarter and one-eighth pound packages.
BEGAUS-both home manufacture am
And CHEWING TOBACCO of diff.
Besides every article br longing to a
Grateful for past favors, and determine
Icavo no honorablo means uutried to rt
tho good will of all who havo favorod
hitherto, ami who may horcafter favot
with their custom, I will he happy to re
thc kind patronage,both of my old friendi
of the public in goneral. O. DIERCIt
IO?: BARBELS IRISH POTATOES, i
EARLY GOODRIC H.
For sale low for cash, bv
Jan 18 EDWARD HO
Pocket Diaries for 1870.
PLAIN AND SELF-CLOSINI
Cyi\ DIFFERENT sises and prices. M
?d\J South Carolina Almanac Also,
doj, American, Rural, Chnrch and Pic
Almanacs, for 1870. For sale by
Jan G BRYAN ft MoCAUT
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On TUESDAY MORNING nest, at 10 o'clock, ?,
will sell, before my store,
A general variety of well-kept FURNITURE,
belonging to a respectable family removing
from tbc city. , *
Particulars will be given in a future adver?
Persons desiring to send articles for tbid
sale, will please do eo on Monday. Jan 20
Sale of the Laurens Railroad.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLUMBIA, January 36, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appointed
Reoeiver of the Lauren? Railroad Com
pany, in tho said State, and having daly qual
luca for said office, notice in hereby given that
pursuant to orders heretofore passed in the
Court of Common Pleas for Laurens County
in the said State, I will sell to the highes'
bidder, at public auotion, the property of tin
said Laurens Railroad Company, described ar
follows: Tho Railroad of the said Company
running from Newberry village to Laurens
ville, including the road-bed, right of way an<
lands occupied by or belonging to the sah
Company, together with tho several enpor
structures and tracks thereon, and all rail
and other materials used on the same, an
all and singular tho soveral bridges, viaduct
culverts, fences, depot grounds aro building
thereon, station-houses, work-ahop?, enginei
tenders, cars, tools, matoriala and maomner]
equipments and appurtenances of every kine
and all tho stock subscribed for in the sal
Company, and all other property belonging
appertaining to, or in any manner connecte
with or forming a part of the said Lauran
Railroad Company, and all franchises, righi
and privileges of tho said Laurens Railroa
Company, of, in, to, or concerning the sam
And upon such sale all equity of redemptic
in the said i '?mises shall be forever barre
and absolutely foreclosed.
The said salo shall take place at the Sta
House, in the oity of Columbia, South Can
Una, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on the 30th di
of March, in the present year, on tho follor
ing terms, that is to say, $42.000 casb, and tl
residue in six per cont, coupon bonds of tl
State of South Carolina at par, or in priva
bonds, payable in one, two and three year
bearing intorest at the rate of seven per eec
per annnm, payable semi-annually, with a
Bured personal security and mortgage of tl
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Receiver Laurens R. R. Co.
Valuable Mill and Manufacturing Pr
perty for Bale.
STATE OF SOUTI? CABOLTSA-IN TOR COMM
Catharine Sawyer and others, os. Debor
Sawyer and others.
PURSUANT to thc order of thc Court
this case, I will proceed to sell, before t
Court Honeo of Lexington County, withiu 1er
hours, on the first MONDAY "in Februa
Thc LAND and MILLS of GeorRe Sawy
deceased, situate in Lexington County,
Cedar Creek, adjoining lands of James
Jones. William Scofield, James Dunbar a
others, and known on tho plat of W. E. Si
ver, dated and tiled in thia case February
1862, by thc letters A and C, F and B. It i
he Bold in two parcels, Cedar Creek to be 1
line; tracta A and C to bo one parcel, couta
ing 3.423 acres, more or less, on the West B
of Cedar Creek; thc other parcel, F and B, c<
faining 1,815 acres, more or less, on tho Ei
sido of Codar Creek-the purchaser of ei
parcel to have equal mill privileges, resp?
ively, and with tho full and freo privilege
damming the said Cedar Creek, and using
waters thereof for mill and manufactur
purposes. One-half acre for tho family hui
ground, excepted on the Western parcel.
TEBMS OF SALE.-One-half cash; the bala
on a credit of one and two years, in equal
stalmente, to bear interest from day of B
the purchase money to be secured by bc
with good personal security and mortgagt
the premises. Purchaser to pay for pap
and stamps. S. M. ROOF, S. L. <
LEXINOTON C. H., January 5, 1870. Jan
In re John W. Grady, Bankrupt.
BY virtue of an order in Bankruptcy, f;
his Honor George S. Bryan, Dist
Judge, to us directed, wc will sell, at Willi
ston, on 31st instant, botween the heure c
M. and 2 o'clock in thc afternoon, the v
known 'WILLIAMSTON HOTEL, and ]
upon which said Hotel is located, conlan
two acres, more or less. The Spring at
place is celebrated for its medicinal proper
and many invalids resort to this place du
the summer months for their health,
ecencry is beautiful, climate delightful,
the surrounding country is healthy and
duet ive. This a rare chance for capitalist
make a good investment. 8old free o
liens, but subject to dower.
TERMS.-A sufficient amount to pay c
will be required in cash; the bala nee on a
dit of six months, with interest from date,
mortgage and two good sureties.
AIBO, the FURNITURE of the William
Hotel, consisting of Chairs, Bedsteads,
reaus, Washstands, Tables, Crockery ware,
Ac. Terms cash for Furniture.
W. T. SHUMATE, I . .
Jan|15 sm A. BLYTHE, ( Assign?
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS and 0^
SETS, at wholesalo and retail.
Jan l-l_ EDWARD HOI
. 1 AA DOZEN ROYAL BAKING POW]
JAJU and Androw's Excelsior YEAST I
DEBS, on hand for salo low by
Jan 26 J. A T. R. AGNI
- I HAVE just received another s
1 ^?4 ?r t?n0 English and French C.
Al MERES, of the latest styles, Minc
JUt offered low for cash.
Nov 25 Washington st, opposite Law Rat
For Sale or Rent.
A good Cotton and Corn PLA
SETIQN . situated eight miles from Coln
2Eon tho Monticello Road. About 200
cleared, a part of which is river bottom
said placo is a Dwelling and necoasan
buildings. Apply to THOMAS DA VI
Jan4I010* columbia, ?
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT
RIAGF.S is just oponed at the cor
Assembly and Lady streets, noar th?
Ofllce. AU persona in any way interest
invited to call and examine somo of the
specimens of design and workmanshi
can bo produced. These vehicles bavi
I bought right, and w ill bo sold low, The
are tho very latest-tho quality unsurp
and every effort will he made to afford 1
satisfaction and pleasuro to those ext
their patronago to the subscriber.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENED
ALL Book Accounts anti Notes due 1
D. Hope must bo paiel by the tiret 1
1 mary next, or they will bc placed in the
I of a Majistrate or Attornov for collect
I Jan 20 EDWARD FD