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PARIS, January 29.-The Corps L?gis?
latif! eu pport tho Govern meat's commer?
cial policy, by a voto of 201 to 32.
MUKIOH, January 29.-The Bavarian
Parliament demanda the resignation of
Hohenlope and his cabinet.
BOMB, January 29.-The Archbishop
of Algiers baa gone to Paris, to learn the
Emperor's views on infallibility. Doubts
regarding which, cause the Pope uneasi?
LONDON, January 29.-The Morning
Telegraph, of to-day, exults in tho suc?
cess* of the Erio shareholders here, in
circumventing James Fisk, Jr., by hav?
ing shares stamped before a frosh batch
can arrive. Saturday's Review has an
article on American affairs to-day. The
writer thinks the confirmation of Edwin
M. Stanton and the rejection of Judge
Hoar by tho United 8tates Sonate, prove
that the National Constitution and Fede?
ral Courts are as faulty as those of New
York State. Extreme partisanship is the
test of qualification in both cases.
PARIS, January 29.-M. Emila Ol! ii vcr,
Prime Minister, bas addressed a circular
to procureurs g?n?raux, on the subject of
the press. He says polemics are to bo
free, bot their attacks on tho Emperor,
apologies for crimes, and attempts to
turn soldiors from their duty, nre mat?
ters that tend to cause disobedience of
the laws, and all libels are to bo severely
punished, especially the latter, with
heavy fines. He also enjoins his obs?rv?
anos of great vigilance in political meet?
HAV ANA, January 29.-The Diario an?
nounces the capture of Guaomcro, tho
capital of the insurgents, by the forces
nnder Puello, after a severe combat.
Puello is now returning to the coast,
on account of tho scarcity of provisions.
The House was devoted to debate,
during which, Wilkinson said, that in
his judgment, Congress had tho power
to take oharge of railroads in States that
formed great commercial links. This
power, ho said, he believed was vested
nnder that olauso of tho Constitution
whioh declared that Congress should re?
gulate commoron between the States.
Mr. Bird, of New Jersey, inquired ,
whether the gentleman believed that Con
gross oonld take, for instance, the rail- j
road rnnning through Now Jersey, and j
control its freight and other charges, and
regulate them. Mr. Wilkinson had not
the least doubt that Congress had a right
to do this thing, but that it was its duty '
to do it, as a rebuke to New Jersey for
fostering this monopoly. Mr. Wilkinson j
hoped Congress would take speedy action l
upon this subject, and he gave notice !
that he would himself introduce a bill I
declaring tho policy of Congress upon j
Butterfield was before tho Gold Com
mitta), and contradicts Fisk.
The Haytien Minister (a mulatto) de- !
dined tho President's invitation to din- j
nor, stating that his chief, Saluavc, was
executed, and himself banished.
Sherman will construct a new- military
department for Cunby, which will in?
Prince Arthur departs Northward to?
Porter has $1,000,030 unexpended
appropriation, which he hopes Congress !
will allow him to transfer to the Con?
struction and Steam Engineering Bu?
reau, which will enable the Navy Depart?
ment to re-instate discharged employees.
500 men have been dischargedl from
the Brooklyn navy yard; 1,100 from the
Philadelphia, and 1,300 from the Boston
CHARLESTON, January 29.-Sailed
schooners Azelda and Laura, Baracoa;
W. H. Steele, Baracoa; brig Mauuel, j
Barcelona; steamers Prometheus, Phila- j
delphia; Manhattan, New York.
ATLANTA, January 29.-The Senate re?
ceived a communication to-day, from
General Terry, through the Governor,
declaring two Senators ineligible, and
the seat of another vacant. A resolu?
tion passed, seating those receiving the
next highest voto. Two whito and ono
colored men were sworn in to fill the va?
BIBY WEST, FLA., January 29.-Senor
Gonzalo Castignon, the editor of Verse
(le Cuba, arrived here from Havana, HUH
morning. It is reported, ho comes to
fight a duel with tho editor of the Key
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR?
RIAGES is just opened at tho corner of
Assembly and Lady streets, near tho Post
Offioe. All porsons in any way interested are
invited to call and examine some of tho lineal
specimens of design and workmanship that
can bo produced. Thc so vohicles have been
bought right, and will be sold low. Tho styles
aro tho very latest-tho quality unsurpassed,
and every effort will bc made to alford lasting
satisfaction and pleasure to thoso extending
their patronago to tho subscriber.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENFIELD.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
FREH H GARDEN SEED? and OMON
SETS, at wholesale and retail.
Jan 14 EDWARD ?IOPE.
-4 I HAVE just received another supply
T?* of lino English and French CAHSI
fil MERES, of tho latent styles, Mhich are
HIL offered low for cash.
C. D. EBERIIAItDT,
Nov 23 Washington st, opposite Law Range.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE hotter COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale. Minc
is tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which cx
cols any other. Tho price is $2.50 per bushel.
Aa examination of my proofs will bo convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. WOIIB and J. D. Hilt.
Cali and look at tho growth, in Butcher Town.
? ? 1 FINE BILLIARD TABLE,
Sharpe's make, slate Redding
WHHt?lMt?^Y?)TableH are in good mtier, with
T ?? T m T ? Ones, Balls and Counters com?
plote. Will bo sold verv low. Apply to
Jan ll G. D?EP.CKS.
?IttArYOXAX. AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, Janu?ry29-Noon.-Flour
dull and declining. Wheat dall, fn buy?
ers favor. Corn dull and heavy. Pork
mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard quiet, at 16??
@17>.<. Cotton lower-25)?. Freights
dull. "Stocks firm. Money easy, at 5@
6. Exchange-long 9; short 9%. Gold
21*8. 62's, conpon, 15J.<; Tennessee's,
ex-coupon, 53}?; new 45??; Virginia's,
ex-coupon, 58J^; new 63; Louisiana's,
old, 70; new 68; levee 6's 64)?; 8's77J?;
Alabama 8's 68; Georgia 6's 80; 7's 93;
North Carolina 7's, old, 43; new 26.'.f;
South Carolina 7's, old, 83; new 80.
7 P. M.-Money easy, at 4(3(6. Bank
statement very favorable, showing large
gain in legal reserve. Sterling nominal,
at %%. Gold steady, at 21%. Govern?
ments firm. State securities firmer. Cot?
ton lower; sales 950 bales, at 25,1.j. Flour
drooping-superfine State and Western
4.60?4.85. Wheat dull and declining.
Whiskey heavy, at 9th Lard a sbado
lower-kettle "ITO? 173i. Freights dull
CINCINNATI, January 29.-Corn dull, at
74@75. Whiskey dull, at 95-buyers
contend for lower rates. Pork quiet and
firm, at 27.00?27.31. Bacon-shoul?
ders held at 12,'.j@12%; sides 15<?@16.
CHARLESTON, January 29.-Cotton
opened steady, but closed quiet; sales
500 bales-middlings 25; receipts 954.
AUGUSTA, January 29.-Cotton heavy;
sales 411 bales; receipts 587-middlings
MORILE, January 29. -Cotton in fair
demand, and closed quiet; sales 1,000
HAVRE, January 29.-Cottou opened
quiet and steady.
PARIS, January|29.-The Bourse opened
firm-rentes 74 and 75.
LONDON, January 29-Noon.-Consols
92>?. Bonds 87.1 i
LIVERPOOL, January 29-Noon.-Cot?
ton closed dull-uplands ll*i?ll^;
LIVERPOOL, January 29-Evening.- !
Roseipts of cotton for the past few days
unusually large, particularly from the
FOB ONI BOLLAR.
You can purchase a pair ot
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
C. F . JACKSON'S
Just received by Exors**, Moni New Yolk,
this day, one gross
To which thc attention oi the Ladies is in?
vited. C. V. JACKSON.
Creme Be La Oreme.
-I f\f\ BARRELS very Superior FAMILY
?\JVJ FLOUR, t?rsalo low bv
Jan 2i> EDWARD HOPE.
e*/^V/^V BUSHELS' prime White CORN; tor
tVJVJ salo low for CASH.
Jan 3 EDWARD HOPE.
BARRELS Piuk-Eye and Goodrich
Q\J PLANTING POTATOES, just received
and for Hale by J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
AS AGENT for this valuable Fertilizer, we
aro authorized to offer a premium of a
half ton of Etiwan Fertilizer for tho best acre
of COTTON raised in this District, with tho
uso of said Fertilizer, and half ton of same for
best acre of COHN.
Jan 2* RICHARD O'NEALE Sc SON.
To the Public.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
f inform the citizens of Columbia
'and tho surrounding country ge
Inerally, that I have resumed my
"old Business again, after a lapse
of twenty yearn, onuaged in the manufacture
of Iron, I am again hack at my first Business,
that of WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
where a fnll Stock of all Goods kept in a First
Class Establishment can ho found. I shall uso
my best endeavors to givo satisfaction to all.
I hope to rcccivo a share of patronage. I shall
keep First Class Workmen, and all work en?
trusted to mo will bo warranted.
Nov C WILLIAM GLAZE.
--- ? ? * - --
"L00X TO YOUR INTEREST!"
OW CLEARING OLT SALES
WINTER MY GOODS"
AND wi: ARI:
Qmm AWAY DAILY,
FANCY FRENCH POPLINS at T, cents;
worth 50 cont8.
Fancy and black French POPLINS at 50
Black Crotouo 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 SHAWLS at $0.00; worth $0.00.
Other Goods proportionately cheap.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Ilote! Building.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. McCREBRY. Jan 15
ALL Book Accounts and Notes due E. it G.
D. Hopo must he paid by tho first of Feb
ruary next, or they will bc placed in the hands
of a Magistrate or Attorney for collection.
Jan 20 EDWARD HOPE.
i2J>OD, BETTEB. BEST, seem* to be the
VX idea now-a-days. If any planter in the
State or the South wants to buy tho Seed th*t
prows the beat atalk, with the greatest num?
ber of bolla, and the ?nest Btaple on every
stalk, lot him address me, at Columbia, 8. C.,
and he will get the article he is looking for.
See the late Premium List and award of
premiums of the recent South Carolina Agri?
cultural and Mechanical ?ocietv.
Jan 27_JAME8 M. CBAWFOBD.
The Bank of Hamburg.
BEINO appointed as the Receiver of the
Hamburg Bank, by his Honor Judge
Platt, Judge of the Second Circuit Conrt,
notice is hereby given, to ali whom it may
concern, that I shah attend, for tho discharge
of my duty, on and aftor the 29th of January.
1670, at my oflico. in Hamburg, to receive all
claims, assets, or information connected with
said Batik. FRANK ARNIM,
Jan 27 Becniver.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE.
Main struct, over Bryan A McC "ii^-^"<^r * ? ^ ^15 ? o li^
store. Jan 27 6*
Pianos ! Pianos ! ! Pianos! ! !
rf"TjE5g| JUST received from tho Fac
t=i*i*2E38tory, and for .sale at a bargain, n
fl 5P I I "magnificent 74 Octavo PIANO
FOBTE, of superior finish and unsurpassed
in tone. Also, an excellent second-hand
PIANO. Piano Fortes of the most celebrated
makes furnished at manufactory prices.
Pianos. Mclodeorjs and Organs tuned and re?
paired in the most completo manner, on rea?
sonable terms. WM. H. OBCHABD,
Piano Forte Agency, corner of Bull and
Bichland streets. Jan 20
PAVSINOERA FUAM?LIN, ProprictorH.
Vjfw THE above house is conveniently
SygM^Jocatcd on Mani street-kept on
' ltf? ^?K.nrone:m plan, with large, well-fur
nished Booms. Table supplied with the best
the market affords. Also, nnoat Norfolk OYS?
TERS, WILD GAME and FISH, of all kinda,
served in any stylo, by an experienced cook.
Board, with or without lodgings, by thc week
or day, at moderate rates, and meals served at
all hours, without extra charge.
In BAB attached, will always be foundry
finest WINES, ALES, Liquors, Segara, AcDM
T. M. PATSIKOKR, C. R. FRANKLtH.^P
Pure Dixon Cottou Seed.
TXTE OFFER Tor sale bushels Dickson
VT Cotton Seed, grown from seed obtained
from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford Ga., last
spring, and which was selected by him for his
own usc. Notwithstanding the unprece?
dented dry season, wo gathered from 1,;"<>0 to
2,50') pounds to the acre making twenty-six
hales to one mule.
Price ?3.U0 p?-r bushel.
OXKORU, Oa., November 1, 1869.
I do certify that 1 sold to atesara. Richard
O'Ncale .v Son, of Columbia, s. C., sonio of my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for planting
purposes. They proposed to sell a portion of
what they raised. Planters purchasing tho
Seed thev raise may relv up.m getting thc
genuine Dickson Seed. DAV 11) DICKSON.
Wo arc Mr. Dickson's Agents here, and will
order Seed .lircct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Price $5.00 from one to five bushels, or $4 00
for five and upwards.
.Tan IC RICHARD CPNEALE A SON.
F Ladies*and Gent's tine GOLD WATCHES
and CHAINS, for sale at
Columbia Hotel Bow.
OF new styles Ladies' Half SETS, (some?
thing elegant,) at
Columbia Hotel Bow.
F solid Sibcr and Plated Wares, selling
cheap, at ISAAC SULZBAOHER'S,
Columbia Hotel Bow.
The Finest Assortment
OF Tablo ami Pocket CUTLERY iu the city,
at reduced prices.
Columbia Hotel Bow.
OF French aud American CLOCKS. Also, a ;
small assortment of GUNS, PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION, Ac, Ac. at
Jan 5 Columbia Hotel Bow.
Seed Oats and Barley.
-I f\ BUSHELS GENUINE NORWAY BLACK
51) hushols genuine Canada BAULKY.
These seods aro 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 _ GEO. 8YMMEBS.
12? BAiRRELS 1RKH POTATOES, in fine !
For salo low for cash, bv
.Ian 18 EDWARD HOPE.
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that three days
J3i after tho dato hereof, tho undersigned
will apply to tho Judge of Probato of Lexing?
ton County, for a final discharge SB Adminis?
trator of tho estate of JOSEPH COUNTS, de?
ceased. DANIEL COUNTS, Adm'r.
LEXINOTON, Jan. 27, 1870. Jan 2S jlnio*
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Dec. 16 WILLIAM GLAZE.
Pocket Diaries for 1870.
PLAIN AND SELF-CLOSING.
! DIFFERENT sizos and prices. Miller's
?d\J South Carolina Almanac Also, Lon?
don, American, Rural, Church and Pictorial
Almanacs, for 1870. For salo by
Jan 6 BRYAN A McCARTER.
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
QrvrV DOZEN Brado'a CROWN HOES, as
Ol/V/ sorted sizes.
20,000 lbs. English PLOW STEEL, assorted
50,000 lbs. Genuine SWEDES IBON, assort?
The above arc ct direct importation from
Stockholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, and
are, therefore, of superior qualities to North?
ern imitations._J^AT. R. AGNEW.
Cow Feed ! Cow Feed !
JLb V received, a fresh lot of COW FEED, at
th* Columbia Ice Honse, which will be
sold lew for cash. J. D. BATEMAN.
NOT 20 3mo
.iaaMaMMMfafMa>ita ? 11 -Vitmm?t
g&v^%X&XL ?alen. f
United 8tates Marshal's Bale.
BT virtuo of an order of sale to me directed,
from tho Hon. Georg o 8. Bryan, Jndgo of
the United State? District Court, for th? Din
trio t of South Carolina, I will offer for ralo, at
the atore of E. Stenhouse, on MONDAY, Jan?
uary 31, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
THREE [81 BBLB. DISTILLED SPIRITS.
Torma cash. L. E. JOHNSON,
Jan 80 1 United States Marshal.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On TUESDAY MOUSING next, at 10 o'clock, I
will sell, before my store,
A general variety of well-kept FURNITURE,
belonging to a respectable family removing
from thc city.
Particulars will be given in li future adver
Persons desiring to send articles for the
sale, will pleaso do to on Monday. Jan 20
Sale of the Laurens Railroad.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMMA, Jannary 2G, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appointe!
Receiver ot tho Laurens Railroad Com
pany, in the said State, and having duly qua!
itiod for said ofiico, notice is hereby given that
pursuant to orders heretofore passed in th
Court ot Common Pleas for Laurens Connty
in tho said State, I will sell to the highes
bidder, at public auction, the property of th
saul Laurens Railroad Company, described a
follows: The Railroad of the said Oompanj
running from Newberrv village to Laurene
ville, including tho road-bed, right of way an
lands occupied by or belonging to tho sae
Company, together with the several supei
structures and tracks thcroon, and all rail
and other materials uaod on the same, an
all and singular the several bridges, viaduct
culverts, fences, depot grounds and building
thereon, station-houses, work-shops, enginei
tenders, cars, tools, materials and machiner;
equipments and appurtenances of every kim
and all the stock subscribed for in the sai
Company, and all other property bclougin)
appertaining; to, or in any manner connoctc
with or forming a part of the said Lauror
Railroad Com puny, and all franchises, righ
and privileges of thc Baid Laurens Railroa
Company, of, in, to, or concerning the aam
And upon such salo all equity of redemptk
in the said premises shall bo forever barri
and absolutely foreclosed.
Thc said sale shall take placo at tho Sta
House, in the city ol' Columbia, South Car
lina, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on the 30th di
of March, in the present year, on tho follow
ing terms, that is to say, $-12 000 cash, and ti
residuo in six per cent."coupon bonds of tl
State of South Carolina at par, or in ? riva
bonds, payable in one, two and three yeal
bearing interest at thc rate of aoven per coi
per annum, payable semi-annually, with t
sured personal security and mortgage of t
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Receiver Laurens R. R. Co
Valuable Mill and Manufacturing Pi
perty for Sale.
STATE or SOUTH CAROLINA-IN TUE COMM
Catharine Sawyer and others, cs. Debot
Sawver und others.
PURSUANT tu" the order of thc Court
this case, I will proceed to sell, before I
Court House of Lexington County, within Ie
hours, on the first MUNDAY in Februi
Tho LAND and MILLS of George Sawy
deceased, situate in Lexington County,
Cedar Creek, adjoining lands of James
Jones. William Scolield, James Dunbar i
others, and known on the plat of W. E. S;
ver, dated and filed in this case Februar]
18G2, by tho letters A and C, F and B. It:
be sold in two parcels, Cedar Creek to be
linc; tracts A and C to he one parcel, conti)
ing 3.123 acres, more or less, on tho West t
of Cedar Creek; the other parcel, F and B. c
tabling 1,815 acres, more or less, on tho E
side of Cedar Creek-tho purchaser of e
parcel to have equal mill privileges, resp
?vely, and with the full and freo privilegi
damming the said Cedar Creek, and nsing
waters thereof for mill and manufactui
purposes. One-half acre for the family bu
ground, excepted on the Western parcel.
TERMS OE SAL?:.-One-half cash; tho bale
on a credit of one and two years, in equal
stalments, lo bear interest from day of t
the purchase money to be secured by b<
with good personal security and mnrtgag
the promises. Purchaser to pay for pa]
and stamps. S. M. ROOF, S. L.
Lr.xiSOTON C. IL, January 5, 1870. Jan
Under Decree in Equity.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON CI
TY-IN EQUITv.-Samuel N. Pike A* Co.
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEER!
BY virtue of an order of sale in the a
cause, dated December 8th, 18C9, by
Hon. R. B. Carpenter, Judge of the First
cuit in said State, in tho Court of Com
Pleas, sitting in Equity for said Circuit, ti
directed, I will sell at public auction, al
Court House, in tho city of Columbia
MONDAY, the 7th day of February, 1871
ll o'clock a. m.,
All that piece, parcel or LOT OF Li
with the buildings theron, situate, lying
being in thc city ot Columbia and State a
said, on Richland street, measuriug and
faining half ( V) an acre, more or less, bu
and bounding"North by lot now, cr furn
of J. C. Dial; East by lot now, or late, o:
Cuthbert; South by Richland street, and
by lot now, or formerly of Celia Mann or
jamin DcLunc- the said lot of Land hi
boen recently conveyed to David Jacobs L
Commissioners of Richland District, mn
decree of the Honorable the Court of Er
in a canse in which the said Jacobs was
piainant, and thc distributees of Ooc
were defendants, and conveyed to tho
Goodwin hy the said David Jacobs, and
voyed to the said David Jacobs by Mary
McDonald, by deed hearing date tho Uti
of March, in tho year lhtil, to whom il
conveyed hy James Martin, by deed^daU
pith day of July, in the year 1843, to wh
was conveyed on tho lath day of May, 18
James S. ?uignard, to whom it was' con
hy William Edward Mayne, by deed bc
dato thc 15th day of January, 1828.
TERMS: One-third cash; balance on a
of ono and two years -credit portion
secured by bond, bearing seven per coi
tcrcBt, payable annually, and mortgage
premises buildings to bo insured and pi
assigned. Purchaser to pay mc for all :
sary napers and stamps. V. J. TORIA
Jan I? 23J0 Feb 5 7 _ Special Rofe
Jesse Rabb et al. vs. Jane Nowell el ai
PURSUANT to tho decretal order
above case, I will sell, beforo tho
House in Columbia, on the FIRST MO
in February next,
All that LOT of LAND, in tho city of (
bio, on North sido of Pendleton street, Ix
Gatea and Lincoln streets, containin?
half acre, moro or less, fronting on Pen
street 67 feet, and running back 230 foci
or loss; bounded South by Pendleton
West by lot of Amanda Hodge, North
of Jane Simond, and East by lots aasig
Maria Millen and others.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay fore
and papers. D. B. MILLER, C. (
BY -rhine of sundry writs of tieri fuet?a, to
me directed, I will sell, on tho t?rst MON?
DAY in. February next, in front of tho Court
Douse, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
the following property, viz:
All that HOUSE and TOT, in tho city of Co?
lumbia, situate on Assembly street; bounded
on the North by M. H. Berry; East by Thomas
Davis; South by Davis' Alley, and on the West
by Assembly street.
Ono Horse, ono Baggy and Harness, and
the Household Furniture of tho defendant.
Levied on aa the property of Charles J. Bollin,
at tho suit of Mary Allen, el al., xs. Charles J.
Bollin. Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
Jan 10 mth _ _ B. R. C.
BY virtue of a writ ot fieri facias to mo di?
rected. 1 will sell, on the F1R8T MON?
DAY in February next, in front of the Court
House in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that PLANTATION or TRACT of LAND,
in Richland County, containing eleven hun?
dred (1,100) acres, more or less, and bounded
on the North by-McRae; on the North?
east by H. Havan; South-east by D. Wilson;
South by lands formerly of Dr. D. W. Ray;
South-west hy D. W. Lcdingham; North and
North-west by T. Brown and Mrs. Colliding.
Levied on as the property of John Ledinghara,
docoaaed, at the suit of Andrew P. Vinson,
Assignee, rs. Francis Lcdingham, Administra?
trix of tho Estato of John Lcdingham.
-Terms cash. F. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Jan 10 mth
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to mo di?
rected. I will sell, bu the FIRST MON
DAY in February next, hr Trout of tho Coun
House in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, with tlio buildingi
thereon, in tho city of Columbia, conlaininf
ono acre, and bounded on tho North by
Smith,-Burdell and -Taylor: on th>
East by T. D. Feaster; on tho South by Lad;
street. and on tho West by Gadsden street
Levied on as tho property of Albert R. Colton
at tho suit of Horace L. Emery & Son vs. Al
bert R. Colton. Will bo sold at the risk am
cost of the former purchaser, Samuel H.Spcn
cer, he having failed to comply with terms c
salo. Terms cash.
Jan 15 mth F. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Bl" virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias i
my hands, I will offer for sale, before th
Court House, on tho first MONDAY in Fcbrui
ry next, within thc legal hours:
Fivo acres, moro or less, of LAND, in Rici
land County, bounded North bylands of ostal
of John Singleton; East and South by lands <
William M. Beckham, and West by Gongarc
All thc undivided right, title and interest <
the defendant, John H .Th ree wi ts, in a tract i
land bounded North and East by lands of Wc
M. Beckham; South by Thomas Davis, ar
West bj- Congareo Uiver. Lovicd on as tl
property of John H. Threewits, at the snit i
William IL Casson, et. al., vs. John H. Thrc
wita. Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
Jan 1G mth ti. R. C.
D. B. DcSaussure, for the use of D. B. Mille
r.s. Richard Allen cl al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of tl
Circuit Court, sitting in Eqnitvin the abo
stated case, I will sell, on tho FIRST MOND;
in February next, in front of the Conrt Hom
in Columbia, within tho legal hours.
All that LOT of LAND, with tho Hou
thereon, in thc city of Columbia, bounded
the North by lot owned by L. H. Trevet; Eo
by lot next dose ribed ; South by Gervais s trei
and West by Lincoln street; ineisuring abo
01 feet on Gervais street, and 12:1 feet, more
less, ou Lincoln strcot. Sold at risk of fortr
purchaser, 8. H. Spencer.
THUMS O*- SALK.-Cash sufficient to pay t
expenses of suit and costs of salo; balance
a credit of ono and two years, secured by bo
and mortgago of the premises. Purchaser
pav for stamps and papers,
jan 15 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C
S he nit" s Sale.
John English rs. David H. Smith.
BY virtue of a warrant to levy on and sell I
crop of defendant, in the above stai
case, directed to me by D. B. Miller, Es
I Clerk of thc Court of Common Pleas and G
eral Sessions for Richland County, and in p
suance of an Act of thc General Assembly
I South Carolina, entitled "An Act to seonre
vanees for agricultural purposes." and alsc
virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to me direct
I will sell on the first Monday in Febru
next, in front of the Court House in Columl
within the legal hours of sale, tho follow
Eight Mules; ono Mare; eight set of ll
? ness; two Wagons; one Saddle and Bridle
lot of Corn-supposed to be about 100 bush
lot of Cotton Seed; lot of Seed Cotton; lot
Shucks; ono double-barrel Gun; a lot of Hoi
hold Furniture, ami fourteen or fifteen h
Tho Corn, Cotton, Cotton Seed, Seed (
ton, Shucks, Hogs and Household Furnit
will be sold on Tuesday, at the rosidencc
thc defendant, on Dr. John English's plai
tion. Terms cosh. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. J
J. Robert Sony, Executor, rs. William F. Si
I Edwin T. Williams and wife, and other*
IN pursuance of tha decretal order of
Court of Common Pleas, sitting in Em:
in the above case, I will sell, on tho FL
MONDAY (thc ?th day) of February nex
front of tho Court House in Columbia, wi
the legal hours,
All that PLANTATION, situated in
County of Richland, near Ringville, belonj
to thc estate of tho lato James H. Soay,
?ceased; the said Plantation comprising :
acres, more or less, consisting of several s
rate parcels. Tho Plantation will be sol
one body; and a plat thereof may be seei
tile in the offico of tho Clerk of tho Com
Common Pleas, in connection with proceed
in the above case. Will be sold at tho risk
costs nf the formor purchaser, J. Robert fc
ho having failed to comply with terms of i
THUMS.-Cash sufficient to pay tho COB!
proceedings and of salo, and one-fourth o
remainder of thc purchase money; tho bal
of the purchase money in three instalm?
i with interest from tho day of sale; to bi
cured hy bond, with good personal seenri
and a mortgage ot tho premises. Purcl
to nay the costs of executing titles, bondi
mortgage, including stamps.
Jan 15 mth P. F. Vii A ZEE, S. It.
William Shied and John A. Shicll Di?. Eliza
Shied el al.
"."N pursuance of the doerct"! order n
JL Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, in
abovo slated case, I will soil, on the F
MONDAY in February next, in front o
Court House in Columbia, within the
All that lot, picco or parcel of LAND, i
I city of Columbia, situate on Lady si
bounded on tho North by Joseph Taylor'
on thc East by a lot sold by mo, as Sher
William W. Deane, on tho third day of Ji
ry, 1870, and measuring thereon ono hui
i and four ( 101) feet, moro or loss; on tho t
by Lady street, and measuring thereon s
ty-ono feetand two inches. (71 2,) more OJ
and on tho West by a lot belonging to Wi
and John A. Shioll, and measuring th
one hundred and four (104) feot, moro oi
The above described property will bo sc
. the risk and costs of tb? former purni
I John D. Bateman, he having failed'to cc
with terms of sale.
TanMS.-Cash enough to nay costs an
penses and one-third residue; balance
credit of one and two years, with interest
day of sale, payable annually; secured by
and mortgage of premises sold. Pure
to pay for stamps and papers.
Jan 15 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R
In re John W. Grady, Bankrupt.
BY virtun of sn order in Bankruptcy, fro?
his Honor George S. Brynn. District
Judge, to ne directed, we will sel!. At William
ston, on Slat instant, between the boura of 12
M. and 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the weU
known WILLI AM8TON HOTEL, and LOT
upon which said Hotel is located, containing
two acres, more or IOBS. The Spring at thia
plaoe is celebrated for its medicinal properties,
and many invalids resort tn thin placo during
the summer months for their health. The
scenery is beautiful, climate delightful, and
the surrounding country ia healthy and pro?
ductive. This a raro ohance for capitalists to
make a good investment. Sold free of all
liens, but subject to dower.
TEBM8.-A sufficient amount to pay coat*
will be required in cash; tho balance on a cre?
dit of six months, with interest from date, with
mortgage and two good sureties.
Also, the FUBN1TUBE or the Williamson
Motel, consisting of Chairs, Bedsteads, Bu?
reaus, Washstands, Tables, Crockery ware, Ac.,
Ac. Terms cash for Furniture,
j W.T.SHUMATE, I ?Haiimee8
Jan(15am A. BLYTHE, ( Assignees.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned most respectfuUy
informs his patrons, and the public in
_^general, that he has received a weU se?
lected assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry
and Clocks-amongst them the celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eye-glasses of
every foens, to suit all eyes. Above-mentioned
articlos will be sold al reasonable prices. AU
work connected with this line will be executed
in the best workmanlike manner, and property
warranted. A. W. WKHBHAN,
Plain street, opposito Mr. Borry'a Furniture
Booms. Oct 27
aBESPECTFULLY informs his
friends and customers that he has
removed to his new establishment,
formerly Kinsler's building, on tho
corner of Bichardson ana Taylor
streets, where be wUl constantly keep on hand
a carefully selected assortment of
COFFEE, SUGAB, TEA,
liams, 8u>'tr-cured Shoulders.
Fulton Market Beef,
Herring and Codfish.
Flour, Meal, Bice, etc.
Canned Lobsters and Oysters, Sardines, etc.
Baisins, Currants, Prunes, Canned Fruits,
Jellies and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Wines
' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ' ^^^^^
all of well-known brands, both
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ne will always have in his New Store * fell
SMOKING TOBACCO of Bichmond, Lynch?
burg and Baltimore manufactures, in half,
quarter aud one-eighth pound packages.
SEGABS-both homo manufacture and im?
And CHEWING TOBACCO of different
Besides overy article belonging to a first
Grateful for past favors, and determined to
loave no honorable means untried to retain
tho good will of all who have favored ma
hitherto, and who may hereafter favor me
with their custom, I will be happy to receive
thc kind patronage, both of my old friends and
of thc public in general. G. D1ERCK8.
Jan 7 _
Watches and Jewelry.
Bichardson ami Tavlor atn?ets.
Gold and Silver WATCHES, Jewelry, Silver
and Plated Wares, Knives, Forks, Spoons and
everything belonging to a well-selected as?
sortment, always to be had or furnished oa
the moat favorable terms.
Bepairing of Clock*, Watches, Jewelry,
Music Boxes, Surgical Instruments by an ex?
perienced workman from Europe.
Jan 7 G.MfcRCKS.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
-rf. BAGGING, B O P E, IBON_
IL^l TIES, BACON, Clear Bibbed^QZa
JSHB^Sidos and Shoulders. A choice B
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,1*"?T
in barrels, kegs, 3 lbs., 5 andlO lb. packages.
Choice Family Flour, in bbls. and bags, with
a full assortment of other grades. Liverpool
j Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 8, in
bbls., halves, quarters and kits. SUGAB and
COFFEE, of all grades. TEAS, of all eradas.
I Molasses-Muscovado, New Orleans and Sugar
House Syrup. Tobacco and Segare. Soap: Can?
dios, in boxes and half boxes; Cheese, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glas?. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet, Monongahela, Bye and Corn Whis?
key, and a variety of other fine brands.
WOODEN WAUK, Nests Iron and Brass
Bound Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Cana,
Nails, of all sizes, Shot of all numbers, Cast?
ing, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Skillets and Frying
Pans, of all sizes.
All tho above named with many other arti?
cles has boen recently purchased and aeleoted
with caro and will be sold low for cash. Give
us a call. WELLS & CALDWELL, '
Near the 8. O. and G. and C. Bailroad Depot,
next door to National Hotel. Gut 15 !
Early Gardens. Early Fruit.
ONION SETS, White Silver Skins,
Onion Sets, Bcd Wether afield,
Extra Early Peas,
Early Hoad Lettuce,
i'.ai Iv Blood Beets, '
Freeh Seeds, direct from La ml re th, for sale
at PISH Eic A- HEINITSH'S Drugstore.
HEISE'S DINING- SALOON
w IS OPENED for ""f^
y-r^V^Ji^SEASON, with choice MBk
OYSTEftS, OAME, Ac, togcthorwith.3DLS
everything that ia usur.lly kept in a first Class
Bostanrant. Nov 16
?VLUNCH every dav at ll o'clock.
1 fl AAA LB9- Prim? dry suited clear
1U.UUU BACON SIDES,
2,000 lbs. prime drv Baited BACON SHOUL
L000 lbs. choice sugar-cured Family II AMS
On hand and for 9aie low to the trade, and
at retail, by J. Sc T. R *.ONF.W.