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FAJOS, February 1.--There lins been a
remarkable increase of small pox within
the past few days.
The Pope bad an epileptic flt to-day,
bot it is not regarded as fatal.
WASHINGTON, February 1-3 P. M.
The Elections Committee finally Toted to
oust Green and seat Yan Wyek. The
House is discussing Barker va. Tucker,
Itt the Senate, Baulabury presented a
petition to restore the government to the
white race. The Mississippi bill was
referred to the Judiciary Committee,
which invokes delay.
Tho debt has decreased 83.933,661; coin
balance $101,600,730, including $50,000,
000 coin certificates; currency in treasu?
ry $6,690,800; purchased bondn and
Itt the Senate, Ramsey presented and
advocated a r?solution, which was adopt?
ed, looking to the mediation of the
United States for a settlement of the dif?
ficulties between Canada and the people
of Winnepeg Territory.
Senators Lewis and Johnson, of Virgi?
nia, were assigned positions on standing
Anthony introduced a bill to disconti?
nue the publication of books by the
General Government for popular distri?
bution, and to dispense with newspaper
publication of laws, except those of gen?
A joint resolution was introduced, by
dookling, to the effeot that the State of
Mississippi was entitled to representation
Tho currency bili was amended by in?
creasing the proposed additional volume
of circulating notes from 845,000,000 to
An amendment, by Saolsbury, to re?
peal the ten per cent, tux upon State
bank issue, imposed in 1864, was voted
In the House, Booker, from Virgiuia,
was seated, after a sharp contest. Tho
tariff bill was reported. Sohenck ex?
plained that the bill was merely amenda?
tory of the former bill. It converts ad
valorem into specific duties, whenever
possible; also enlarges the free list, main?
ly on raw material coming to manufac?
turers. The committee endeavored to
keep in mind revenue, protection and
Brooks, opposing the bill, said the
reductions in the bill had been ingeni?
ously made upon mere revenue articles,
such as tea, coffee, sogar, brandy, spice?,
? liquors, ita, thus reduoing the revenue,
in order to have an exouse for raising the
duty on iron, steel, jute, carpeting, and
evan on old tape. But what was not
done ia the bill was far more censurable
than what was doue. The objectiona?
ble duties stood upon coal, salt, lend,
lumber, hides, ?fcc.
Finally, after much discussion, the bill
was ordered to be printed, and made the
special order for Tuesday, the 15th
The House considered appropriations
' to adjournment.
WASHINGTON, February 1.-Tho Mexi?
can Claims Commission has adjourned to
the first Moaday in Juae. Time to
obtain rebutting evidence requires this
long vacation. In a ease from Missouri,
involving liabilities for the seizure of
?roperty by officers, the Supreme Court
olds that a State may enact retro-active
laws, when not inhibited by its estab?
lished constitution, and not in violation
of the provisions of the Federal Consti?
tution in relation to ex post facto legisla?
Internal revenue receipts to-day,
The steamers Yan tie and Swatara have
been ordered to the West Indies.
SOUTH-WEST PASS, January ?ll.-Colo?
nel Gajeru,.who left Vera Crnz on the
17fch, arrived on the schooner Isabelite,
and furnishes tho following: Colonel
Gaiern is Secretary of State at Vera Cruz
ana represents that ho was compelled to
fly to the United States for safety. Ho
reports the revolution increasing in San
Luis Potosi. Orizaba has pronounced
against the Juarez government. Colonel
Arguella, who belongs to the Church
party, is the head of its organization.
The pronunciamiento of the suspension
of constitutional guarantees by the go?
vernment had produced general dissatis-1
faction and indignation, as well as uni- !
versal alarm for personal security, and '
the lives of the opposition are said to bc
The telegraph lines are nearly com?
pleted between Tampico and Vera Cruz,
and will be extended to Matamoras,
placing Mexico in telegraphic comminu?
tion with the United States.
HARTFORD, January 28.-The Courant
has news from Robert P. Keep, Consul
at Athens, of the total destruction by
earthquake, on thfl morning of December
29, of the town of Santa Maura, on ono
of the Ionian islands of that name. At
the date of the advices, (January 1.) ten
dead and-fifty wounded men had been
taken from the ruina. There is not a
house left standing. The survivors slept
in the open air or under tenta.
K?x WEST, February l.-Tho editor
of the Voz de Cuba, who came from Ha?
vana to fight a duel, wits killed in an
HARRISBURG, February 1.-Tho metro?
politan police bill, for Philadelphia, has
passed the Senate.
CHARLESTON, February 1.-Arrived.
steamers Chompion, New York; Mary?
land, Baltimore; schooners Emma, Bal?
timore; Annie Harris, Norfolk; Jeddie,
Savannah; Poa ter Newton, New York;
P. M. Wheaton, Weymouth, Massachu?
setts; A. Devereaax, Baltimore; F. H.
Buoklin, Weymouth; J. E. Daily, Balli
more. Sailed-schooner N. W. Smith,
A MILD WINTER.-No ice has yet been
out at tho North, and there has not yet
been a single day's skating on the rinks
of New York.
COLOMBIA, b. 0.. February? -Lrr-Thoro
waa rery little cotton offering to-day; bat
folly maintained ; sale? abont 28 bales
NEW YORK, February 1-Noon.-Stocks
strong. Money easy, at G@7. Exchange
long 9; short Gold 21>?. 62's, cou?
pon, 15,??; Tennessee's, CT-coupon, 54;
new 47; virginia's, ex-coupon, GQ@60??;
new 65; Louisiana's, old, 72; new 68;
levee G's 66\i; 8'a 78 >4 ; Alabama 8's 94;
5's 63; Georgia 6's 80; 7's 92; North
Carolina's, ola, 41}?; new 24 Ki; South
Carolina's, old, 84.^: new 84. Wheat
rather more steady.* Fork dull-meas
26.75. Lard quiet, at 16;?@16i4'. Cot
i ton dull, at 25,??. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and beary, with
sales of 1,200 bales. Flour heavy and
unchanged. Wheat closed lc'io. better,
with a moderate export milling demand
wiuter red and amber Western i.28@
1.31. Corn henvy-new mixed Western
88@91. Pork dull-new 20 50(0:27.00.
[Lard heavy-kettle 1C??(?1TM. Wins
key heavy. Groceries dull but steady.
Freights dull. Menev easy, nt 4u|6.
Sterling weaker, at 9. Gold 21^. Go?
vernments firmer. 62*s 15'.j. South?
BAIJTIMOBE, February 1.-Cotton
nominal, at 25(t?,<25,?. Flour active and
prices unchanged. Wheat Bteady. Corn
-white email@example.com; yellow 93<o(91. Pro?
visions unchanged. Whiskey 98(?'99.
ST. LOUIS, February 1.-Corn-best
grades advanced l(u2o. ; mixed and yel?
low sacked 75(c? 77; "white 88@89. Pro?
visions quiet. Pork 27.25(^27.50.
Shoulders 12\; clear sides 16 L?. Lard
CINCINNATI, February 1.-Corn un?
changed. Whiskey dull and drooping.
Meas pork offered at 26.50-no buyers.
Baoon offered at 1214(0:15*,'; clear rib
sides sold at 14; demand light. Lard
NEW OBXENAS, February 1.-Cotton
market steady, and demand good, at
24J4?241-.; ; sales 7,700 bales-receipts
8,637 bales. Pork firmer-mess 29.50@
30.00. Sugar dull and lower-prime
11@11^. Molasses-prime 68(7/71.
Others unchanged. Gold |21^*.
MOBILE, February 1.-Calton market
quiet, with sales of 1,250 bales-mid?
dling 24*?@24.*?; receipts 981.
AUGUSTA, February 1.-Cotton in fair
demand and prices ensv, with sales o?
.Vii bales; receipts 839-middlings 23?.,.
SAVANNAH, February 1.--Receipts ol
cotton to-day 3,907 bales; expotts 2,918;
sales 400-middlings 24*.j.
CuAUliESTON, February 1.-Cotton de?
mand confined to few buyers, with an
easier tendency-sales 70(1 bales-mid?
dlings 213i; receipts 1.363.
LONDON, Februnrv 1-Noon.-Consols
92^. Bonds 87.
LrVKBPOOft, February 1-Noon.-Cot?
ton dull-uplands ll v.; Orleans ll^(/J
Thc Democratic soldiers of Brooklyn,
New York, have organized a society
called the Grand Army of the Constitu?
tion. Gen. Kuscloy is commander, and
seventeen other generals are among the
An otter was taken in the \ Vue ea m uv
Uiver the other day, and its skin sold foi
four dollars. The Horry Neics sayi
otters wero once plenty iu South Caro
lina, and tho price of au otter trap was (
cow and calf.
In Cherokee County, Georgia, tin
other day, the practical joke of ohargin(
a tobaoco-pipe with gunpowder resultet
fatally to the smoker. The joker ough
to have boen the victim.
It is said that the publishers of th
Revolution, who blow so hearty about tb
rights of women, only pay their girl
two-thirds what the meu receive for th
Taylor Backus, a fireman on th
steamer Sea Gull, fell down, during he
last voyage, and died; supposed cause
drinking ice water while heuted.
1f\\ AAA LBS. of RICE FLOUR, jue
l.XJ'mVJVJvJ received, to be sold at r?
100 bushels Cow Peas.
3,000 lbs. Wheat bran, at Conimbia Ic
Hons?. J. I). BATEMAN.
Feb 1 _8
AS AGENT for this valuable Fertilizer, \<
are authorized to offer a premium of
half ton of Etiwan Fertilizer for the best aci
of COTTON raised in this District, with tl
use of said Fertilizer, md half ton of same ft
boat acre of CORN.
Jan 28 RICHARD O'NEALE & BON.
Pianos ! Pianos ! ! Pianos ! I !
LV~*WFT'J JU8T received from the Fa
g -PjF^S^Wtory, and for Hale at a bargain,
ff $ 1 I Imaguiftoent 1] Octavo PIAN
FORTE, of superior finish and unsurpaBSi
in tone. AIBO, an excellent second-hai
PIANO. Piano Fortes of the most celebrah
multen furnished at manufactory prices.
Pianos. Melodeons and Organs tuned and r
paired in tho most completo manner, on re
sonable torras. WM. II. ORCHARD,
Piano Forte Agency, corner of Bnll and
Richland strvols. Jan 26
Creme De La Creme.
-i AA V.ARREL8 verv ?nperloi FAM??
L\J\J FLOUR, for salo low by
Jan 26 EDWARD HOPE.
1 rVA DOZEN ROYAL BAKING POWDE
and Andrew's Excelsior YEAST PO1
DEUS, on hand for sale low i>v
Jan2t!_J. A f. R. AGNEW
e*/~V/~V R?8HEL8 prime White CORN, I
)VJV7 sale low for CASH.
Jan 8 EDWARD HOPE
Fine Gold Watch Chains
OF all the latest styles, for Ladies and Ot
tlomen, lor salo Iv WILLIAM GLAZE
BARRELS Piuk-Evo and Goodri
0\) PLANTING POTATOES, just recoiv
and for sale by J. A T. lt. AGNEW
IHAVE just received by Express a fina ;
sortaient of DIAMOND JEWELRY-Bin
.from $40 to $2C>e. WILLIAM GLAZE
^^?^...?M ?wnw ???"?"?'
pg i i.uniaiJiiwiWLULi i
PERUVIAN GUANO-roarratded putt,
Zoll's Raw Bone,
QxahelM Gnana, . <
Peeler * Dickson COTTON REED, a little
superior to Nat. Pope's Celebrated Heed.
Jan 26 +6 BL AK ELY A GIBBES.
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR?
RIAGES ts Just opened at the corner of
Assembly and Lady streets, noar the Post
Office. All persons in any way interested aro
invited to call and examino some of the finest
specimens of design and workmanship that
can be prodnccd. Th? so vehicles have been
bought right, and will be sold low. The styles
are tho very latest-tho quality unsurpassed,
and every effort will be made to afford lasting
satisfaction and plcusuro to those extending
their patronage to the subscriber.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENFIELD.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS and ONION
SETS, at wholesale snd retail.
Jan 14 EDWARD HOPE.
The Bank ol' Hamburg.
BEING appointed as tho Receiver of tho
Hamburg Rank, hy his Honor Judgo
Platt, Judge of thc Second Circuit Conrt,
notice is hereby given, to all whom it may
concern, that 1 shall attend, for tho discharge
of my duty, on and after thc 29th of January.
1670, at m'y office, in Hamburg, to receive all
claims, assets, or information connected with
said Bank. FRANK ARNIM,
Jan 27 _Receiver.
THE undersigned givos notico that on the
23th day of February next, he will apply
to W. H. Wlgg, Esq., Judge of Probato for
Richland County, at his offioe, at 10 o'clock a.
m., for a final discbarge as Guardian of Sarah
Hammond, Elizabeth Hammond, Martha
Hammond. Rebecca Hammond and Mary
Hammond. JOHN MOTLEY, Jn.
Jan 2:1 _ __tl3
BR. THOMAS T. MOORE.
.jgigK HAVING bn
_^^aKrtSarv tirely rccover
^^?EjajflpR^^'OH*. erl from the
/ iB^t uLTa^^r^. effects of his
?fi ?fi?i'^3?r 0 0 0111 ncc>
HWKwf'jt aB?Mf^BEl?^y pared to at
WEVIftKfly&V tend to
<jU I ig^ora/i^a O feasional busi
^^aJ^J\JJ?^^mfikJ^^ nose. Office on
Main street, over Bryan A McCartcr's Book?
store. Jan 27 G*
FOR ONS DOLLAR
You ?ian purchase a pair of
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
C. F. JACKSON
Just ieee:ved by Express, from New York,
this ?lay. one gross
S W I T C HES,
To which iii<- atteution of the Ladies is in?
vited. C. F. JACKSON.
PAI'SINGBR 4? FRAKKLIff, Proprietors.
?^^^ THE above house is conveniently
VWl^k located on Main street- kept on
ljD?^ar<>Pc>11 plan, with large, well-fur
nisUed Rooms. Table supplied with tho host
tho market affords. Also, ti neut Norfolk OYS?
TERS. WIED GAME and FISH, of all kinds,
served in any style, by au experienced cook.
Board, with or without lodgings, by tho week
or day, at moderate rates, and meals served at
all hours, without extra charge.
In BAR attached, will always bo foundgnp
finest WINES, ALES, Liquors, Segars, Ac.DM
T. M. PAYSISrtl.U, C. R. KU A NKI.IX. ff?f
. - . 1 FINE HILLIARD TABLE,
..g^SSharpe's make, ?late bedding.
xHHEBBE^^Tabk's ure in good order, with
*?* s 11 Cues, Rails and Counters com?
plete Will bo sold very low. Apply to
Jan ll O. DfERCKS. ,
NOTICE is hereby given, that thirty days
after tho date hereof, the undersigned
will apply to tho Judge ot Probate of Loxing,
ton County, for a final discharge as Adminis?
trator of the estate of JOSEPH COUNTS, de?
ceased. DAVID COUNTS, AdmV.
LEXINGTON, Jan. 27,1870. Jan 28 limo* _
THE ONLY TRUE HKINlTBH'S
GERMAN HORSE FOWBER,
Deutsches Pferde Pulver.
jfM. THIS Celebrated POWDER is
^?^?ffjB? prepared from tho old German
u\WBaBf Recipe, and is the only genuine
fW ? M German Horse Powder as made
liMil" ?rir Tml?,y "Heiuitsh." It is specially in?
tended for diseases to which the Horse is sub?
Tho extraordinary virtues of this Horse
Powder are attested to by thousands, and tor
fifty years has stood and still stands first in
the estimation of all experienced Farmers,
Agriculturists and Farriers, SB the best medi?
cine for tho Horse. It is composed of roots
and herbs carefully combined with tonics, and
may bo given in all cases where disease exists.
For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide?
bound, Drowsiness, Loss ot Appetite, Inward
Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Sore
EyoB, Swelled Legs, Grease, Mange, Surfeit,
old Goughs, Exhaustion from Work. Hearnes
off all foul humors, purifies and cools thc blood,
and prevents horses becoming stiff and foun?
dered. It i- a stimulous for woak stomachs,
and rond?is the limbs and skin soft and fine,
giving a smooth coat to the ??A
air, and transforms tho ill S^'f\
conditioned and sick to health, IRJaPV"-*
beauty ar/! rcpirit. Fi?parcd^/?^-^fc
only by E. H. II KINITSH, Phar- W^S^ "
marist, Columbians. C. Dec 10
Living Writers of the South.
SHORT biographies, lists of works, and ex?
tracts from the moat popular volumes of
every living writer of thc Southern United
States. By Professor James Wood Davidson.
%* A very largo handsome book. Price $2.00.
Vashti, or Until Death ns Do Part. By Au?
thor of Beaula, Macaria, Ac. $2.00.
The Polar World-a popular description ol
Men and Nature in tho Arctic and Antartic re?
gions of tho Globe-illustrated. $3.75.
The Romance of Spanish History, by lohn
S. C. Abbott ; with illustrations.
Pictoral Field Book of the War ot 131>. By
Benson J. Losalng, author of Pictorial Field
Rook Revelation. ?7.00.
Photograph Albums. Pocket Cattery, Ac., at
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S Rookstorc.
Guns and Ammunition.
Fl.'ST received by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fine Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
kind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liam i .V C >.'a Banking House. Dec IC
"XiO?? tOUE INTEREST t"
OCR CLEARING OUT SALES
wira HY CH
ANO WK ASE
SWING AWAY DAILY,
FANCY FRENCH TOPLESS at 25 cents;
worth 50 cents.
Fancy and Black French POPLINS at 50
cents; worth $1.00.
Black Cretone POPLINS at 73 conts; worth
Black ALPACA at 50 cents; worth 75 conta.
Black ALPACA at 30 cents: worth 50 contB.
Black CLOTH CLOAKS at $5 00; worth $7.50.
ARAB SHAWLS at $0.00; worth $9.00.
Other Goods proportionately cheap.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. McCREKRY. Jan 15
To tho Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seod for sale. Mino
is thu improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels any other. Tho price is $2.50 per bushel.
Aa examination of my proofs will no convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wolle and J. D. HItt.
Call and look at tho growth, in Butcher Town.
Dec 3_N. POPE.
I SyiT BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, in fine
For salo low for cash, hv
Jan 18_EDWARD HOPE.
ALEX . Y . LEE,
Architect, Civil and HydraulicKnglnccr.
GENERAL Agent for tho State of South Ca?
rolina for Mottle's Patent EARTH CLO?
SEW STORE AXD SEW GOODS.
"\T7"E take pleasure in announcing to the
VV public, that we have this day opened a
hncatook of DRY GOODS, of every descrip?
tion, and shall always have on hand a Ano
assortment of all the various Goods appertain?
ing to our trade.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always be replete, with the latest styles
of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths. Merinos, Delaines and Operas, in all
colors, Prints of all grades and makes.
TABLE LINENS, in all styles, Damasks,
Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diapers of |
In"JEANS, CAS8IMERES, BROADCLOTHS, ,
DOESKINS, we shall always have a complete j
In BLEACHED GOODS, SHEETINGS and !
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTONS, wo
shall offer great inducements.
In GLOVES, HOSIERY, GENTS WEAR. |
Collara, Merino Drawers and Shirts, a tine sc- |
lection and bargains.
A tine assortment of NOTIONS on hand.
Call and see us, at tho New Store, in Diercks
new building, under tho old Einslor Hall.
Dec 2 3mo_H. W. PORTER A CO.
' Fine Gold Watches
OF all descriptions, for Ladies
and Gentlemen, for salo at
One door North of Messrs.
Scott A Williams' Banking House. Deo 16
i $r?f! WWW
R. & W. C. SWAFFtELD.
Our stock of CLOTHING and HATS will be
sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, nntil
the close of the season. Our stock is still com?
plete, and wo aie constantly adding to it
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS.
We havo a number of
Ladies' Traveling Trunks,
Which wdi be sold at cost. They are new and
of the best manufacture.
In Cheap Black and Fancy SATTINET
SCI I'S, we eau still supply our Jobbing Trade.
R. & W. C, 8WAFFIELD.
Q/Yrv PRIZE BOXES CANDY, every box
f ll". ' containing a Gift, for the small sum
of 25 eenti per box, just received and for sale
by J. A T. It. AGNEW.
- . Pocket maries fbr 1876.
. ?)f\ DIFFERENT sizes andprices. Miller's
i ?3 VS Sooth Carolin? Almanac. Also, Fon?
do J, American, Rural, Church and Pictorial
Almanacs, for 1670. For sale by
Jan6_BRYAN A MoOABTBR.
Pore Dixon Cotton 8ecd.
WE OFFER for aal? bawhels Dickson
Cotton Seed, grown Crom seed obtained
from Mr. Darid Dickson, Oxford Qa., last
opt ing, and which waa delected by him for hie
1 own nae. Notwithstanding the unprece
I donted dry season, we gathered from l.oOO to
j 3,500 pounds to the aero-making twenty-six
bales to one mule. -, .
Trice $8.00 per bushel.
OXFOHU, Ga., November 4, 1B69.
I do cortify that I sold to Mesare. Riobard
O'Noalu A Son,of Columbia, S. C., eome of my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for planting
purposes. They proposed to sell a portion of
what they raised. Planters purchasing tho
Socd they raise mav rely upon getting the
genuine Dickson Bee'd. DAVID DICKSON.
We are Mr. Dickson's Agents here, and will
ordor Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Price $5 00 from one to five bushels, or $4 00
for fivo and upwards.
Jan 16 RICHARD ONEALE A SON.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned most respectfully
VyV iulofuis his patrons, and the public in
jJ^Ageneral, that ho has received a well se?
lected assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry
and Clocks-amongst them the celebrated
Gorman CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnnt
and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eye-glasses of
every focus, to suit all eyea. Above-mentioned
articles will bo sold ai reasonable prices. All
work connected with this line will be executed
in the beat workmanlike manner, and properly
warranted. A. W. WEHRHAN,
Plain street, opposite Mr. Berry's Furniture
Booma. _Oct 27
OF Ladies' and Gent's fine GOLD WATCHES
and CHAINS, for aale at
Columbia Hotel Row.
OF new stylea Ladies' Half SETS, (some?
thing elegant.) at
Columbia Hotel Row.
OF solid Silver and Plated Wares, selling
cheap, at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S,
Colombia Hotel Row.
The Finest Assortment
OF Table and Pocket CUTLERY in the city,
at reduced prices.
Columbia Hotel Row.
OF French and American CLOCKS. Also, a
small assortment of GUNS, PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION, Ac., Ac. at
Jan 5 Columbia Hotel Row.
German Cattle Powder.
flMnaA FOB the cure and prevention of all
^?BBM diseases to winch Oxen, Milch
-^^J?L~Cow^, Sheep and HORS are subject.
F?rn?on?Tl^rovers and othera will lind this an
excellent Modicinc, and none should be without
it. It purifies thc blood, carries off all gross
humors, and thus prevents disoaae. It im?
proves their appearance and condition. When
cattle are oppressed with boat, fatigue and in
low spirits, a few doses will restore them. For
Milch Cows, it is an invaluable powder when
carving; it increases the quantity and richness
of the milk and improves their worth. To
have good cattle, taire care of them. This
Powder ia for sale onlv at the Drag Store ol'
Dec lOt ^I^?L^^]?!1^T?!
. I HAVE just received another supply
^4* or rino English and French CASS?
M MESES, of the latest styles, *hich are
?ut offorod low tor cash.
CD. EBERHARDT, j
Nov 25 Washington st, opposite Law Range, j
Manufactured by the
Navassa Guano Co.. Wilmington N.e.,:
In Bags or Barrels.
11H1S FERTILIZER is prepared with tho
. utmost care, and contains every constitu?
ent desirable for any crop to which it may be
applied. It is especially adapted to the growth
COTTON, CORN, CEREALS,
And all kinda of
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
It in manufactured of the same material from
which the celebrated
PATAPKCO GUAXOVGO,'S PHOSPHATK
1H prepared, and reference is made to that
Company, (fi? South street, Bait i
. more,") for its efficiency, qna
litv abd uniformity.
U. R. BRIDGERS. President.
DONAI.O MACRAE, Treasurer and Secretarv,
Wilmington, N. C.
LONDON A JONES, Agents,
Jan at t3mo Rock Hill. 8. C.
Groceries, Wines, Liqaors, &c.
-rf. BAOGING. ROPE, IRON __
M.?? J TIES. BACON, Clear Bibbed
JSMaw^Sides and Shoulders. A choice
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,
in barrels, kegs, 8 lbs., 5 and lO'lb. packages.
Choice Family Floor, in bbla. and bags, with
a full assortment of other grades. Laverpoel
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Noa. 1, 2 and 8, in
bbla., halves, quarters and kits. SUGAR and
COFFEE, of all grade*. TEAS, of all crades.
Molasses-Muscovado. New Orleans ano: Sugar
House Syrup. Tobacco and Bogara.Soap; Can?
dles, in boxes and half boxes; Choeae, Crack
ora, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glass. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet, Monongahela, Rye and Corn Whis?
key, and a variety of other fine brands.
WOODEN WARE, Nests Iron and Brass
Bound Tnbs, Pails, Churns,Bnoketsand Cans.
Nails, of all sizes, Shut of ali 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 selected
with care and will bo sold low for cash. Give
ne a call. WELLS A CALDWELL,
Near tho S. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
next door to National Hotel. Oct 10 f
To the Public.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
filiform thc citizens of Columbia
> and tho surrounding country ge
hicra?y, that I hare resumed my
'old Business again, after a lapse
of twenty years, engaged in the manufacture
of Iron, I am again back at my first Business,
that of WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
where a 'nil Stock of all Goods kept in a First
Claas Establishment can be found. I shall use
my best endeavors tn givo satisfaction to all.
I hope to receive a share of patronage. I shall
keep First Class Workmen, and all work en
trnsted to me will be warranted.
Nov 6 WILLIAM GLAZE.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters,
RECEIVED EVERY DAV, and families
bo supplied in anv quantity, at
Nev 24 J. E. UF?sr. s RESTAURANT,
Sale of the Laurens Railroad.
STATE OF 80UTH CAROLINA.
COLOMBIA, Jannary 26, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appoint
Receiver of the Laurene Railroad Oom
pan v, in the said State, and having daly qua!
i tie d for aaid office, notion is hereby given tost,
pursuant to orders heretofore passed in th?
Court of Common Pleas for Laurene County,
in the said State, I will ooh to th? highes'
bidder, at public auction, the property of th
said Laurena Railroad Company, described a
follows: The Railroad of the said Company
running from Newberry village to Laurena
villo. including the road-bed, right of way ane
lands occupied by or belonging to the aaid!
Company, together with the several super
structures and tracks thereon, and all rail
and other m?tcrla? asea on the same, an
all and singular tho several bridges, viaduct?1
culverts, fauces, depot grounds and buildings
thereon, station-hontes, work-shops, enginea,
tendera, cara, toola, materials and machinery,
equipments and appartenances of every kind,
and all tho atook subscribed for in the aaid
Company, and all ether property belonging,
appertaining to, or in any manner connected
with or forming a part of the said Laurena
Railroad Company, and all franchisee, rights
and privileges of tho aaid Laurena Railroad
Company, of, in, to, or concerning the same.
And upon such aale all equity of redemption
in the said premises ahall be forover barred
and absolutely foreclosed.
The aaid sale ahall take place at tho State
House, in tho city of Columbia, South Caro?
lina, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on the 30th day
of March, in thc present year, on the follow?
ing terms, th? t ta to say, 442 OOO cash, and tho
residue in six per cent, coupon honda of tho
State of South Carolina at par, or in private
bonds, payable in one, two and three yean,
bearing lntereet at the rate of seven per cent,
per annum, payable semi-annually, with as?
sured personal aeonrity and mortgage of the
premisea. GEORGE W. "WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Receiver Laurens R."R. Co.
Valuable Mill and Manufacturing Pro
porty for Sale.
STATS or SOUTH CABOLIKA-Ix TH v. Comeos
Catharine Sawyer and others, os. Deborah
Sawyer and others.
Pli R8UANT to the order of the Court in
this case, I will proceed to sell, before the
Court Houae of Lexington County, within legal
hours, on the first MONDAY in February
The LAND and MILLS of George Sawyer,
deceased, situate in Lexington County, on
Cedar Creek, adjoining lando of James D.
Jonea. William Scofiela, James Dunbar and
others, and known on the plat of W. E. Saw?
yer, dated and filed in thia case February 6,
1862, by the letters A and O, E and B. It will
be sola in two parcels, Cedar Creek to be tho
line; tracts A and 0 to bo one paroel, contain?
ing 3.423 aerea, more or leos, on the Weat aldo
of Cedar Creek; the other parcel, P and B, con?
taining 1,815 acres, more or less, on the East
aide of Cedar Creek-the purchaser of each
parcel to have equal mill privileges, respect?
ively, and witb the foll and free privilege of
damming the said Cedar Creek, and using the |
waters thereof for mill and manufacturing ,
purposes. One-half acre for the family burial !
ground, excepted on the Western parcel.
TEUMS or SALK. - One-half cash; the balanoe
ou a credit of one and two years, in equal in?
stalments, to bear interest from day of sale;
thc purchase money to be secured by bond,
with good personal security and mortgage of
tho premises. Purchaser tn pay for papers
and stamps. S. M. ROOF, S. L. O.
LEXINGTON C. H., January 5,1870. Jan 19
RESPECTFULLY informa his
friends and customers that ho baa
removed to hi? new establishment,
formerly Kinaler's building, on the
_(corner of Richardson and Taylor
streets, where he will constantly keep on bani
a carefully selected assortment of
COFFEE, SDOAB, TEA,
Hams, Stvar-cured Shoulder-,
Fulton Market Beet,
Herring and Codfish
Flour, Meal, Rice, etc.
Canned Lobsters and Oysters. Sardines, etc.
Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Canned Fruit?,
Jellies and Pickles.
His stock of Liquors and Wines
FROM the low
est priced to th?
best imported, ia
'large and select.
G I N , Jamaica
Rum, Rhine Wine,
Sh ?rr y, Port.
all ot well-known brands, both
WlfOLEIALK AND RETAH..
He will always bavs in his New ?tor- a full
SMOKING TOBACCO of Richmond, Ly nob
burg and Baltimore manufactures, in half,
quarter and one-eighth pound packages.
SEGARS-both home manufacture and im?
And CHEWING TOBACCO of different
Resides every* article belonging to a first
Grateful for past favors, aud determined to
leave no honorable means untried to retain
tho good will of all who Lave favored me
hitherto, and who may hereafter favor ms
with their onstom, I will ba happy tn receive
the kind patronage, both of my old friends and
of the public in general. O. "OIKRCaCS.
^B7 a ? 1 ai I ?
is Tux BEST ron
HANOI MAGJHUE SEWING.
FOB SALE BY ALL
WHOLESALE and mtMftAMX*
DRY COOD8 MALBRO.
Dec 15 t'ituu
Gow Feed ! Cow Feed J
JL& ? received, a fresh lot or COW PEED, at
tbs Columbia. Ir.- House, whioh will be
sold kw for oaah. J. D. BATEMAN.
Nr.? 2d 3mo
Oak Bark! Oak Bark'.
TE TAN TED. at the Columbia Tannery, 100
YT Cords OAK BA UK. Apply to
N'^JLp.-.'I!!ini?L!jV!?-*v ('?- Columbia. S. Q
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN the best manner, by first cUs- - r'?m rn,
ENGRAVING fin. lt wited.
Doc Ifi GILLIAM ?.