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JMus, Febraary 12>-Thirty-fl*e per
I were arrested yesterday-all armed.
The arresta continue.
PARIS, Febraary 10.-The Journal La
Afisere has been seized and its director
LONDON, February 12.-W. Cooke, Jr.,
beat John Roberts, the English billiard
champion, 117 in 1,200 points, for the
championship and a heavy Btake.
HAVANA, February 12.-Velder was
murdered, on Sunday, from revengeful,
not political motives.
The agreement of the merchants to ?x
the sugar taxe at fifteen per cent, has
CHARLESTON, February 12.-Arrived
schooner Moonlight, Cieufuegos, for
New York, in distress.
RICHKOND, February 12.-The House
adopted a resolution, declaring that it is
not expedient to elect any person to any
office who is disqualified by the four?
teenth amendment. This resolution is
in answer to a suggestion contained in
the Governor's message, that if, in view
of the scarcity of competent persons, the
Legislature should elect sorao who arc
disqualified, it should accompany the
election with a resolution asking Con?
gress to remove disabilities.
SAVANNAH, February 12.-It is report?
ed that the crow of tho steamer Two
Boys, lost off Sapelo Island, iu tho gale
of the 8th, were picked up iu latitudo
31.3G; longitude 80.10.
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WASHINGTON, February 12-3 P. M.
Tho House is considering appropriations.
The Senate was not iu session. Tho
Judiciary Committeo heard Georgia very
briefly, and are uow considering nomina?
NEW YOUK, February 12.-Tho Fizeus
Chemioal Works exploded to-day-seve?
ral persons hurt. No causo assigned.
In the House, Judd introduced n bill
to construe Section 4 of the Act of March
31, 1868, exempting certain manufac?
turers from internal tax, so as not to treat
as manufacturers hog packers, lard vend?
ers, or poisons engaged in saving hams,
or canning meats, or in the provision
trade; and to refund such taxes already
collected. Cox hoped tho bill would be
reported and passed without delay, as it
affected tho whole provision business of
the United States. The bill was referred
to the Committeo on Ways and Means.
The manufacturers of steel tools present?
ed a petitiou against tho increase of tho
duty ou raw steel. Moro petitions were
presented for the iucreaso of tho duty
Treasury balance showa, for tho quar?
ter ending with December last, receipts
reach $116,250,000; expenditures nearly
Mr. Gibson, attorney for Gov. Bul?
lock and his delegation, read an argu?
ment; tho main point endeavored to be
mado being that Hill was elected Sena?
tor by illegal votes. The difloronoo be?
tween the Bullock aud Bryant factions
seems to be, that Bullock wants all for?
mer legislation tabooed, and Bryant
wants it recognized up to the expulsion
of the negroes at least; aud favors tho
validity of all Acts of the Legislature.
Bryant and Caldwell presented pointed
arguments, that the prcseut Legislature
is illegal, and asked Congress for a
Internal revenue receipts to-day over
The gold panic investigatiou has
closed. The report will cover several
hundred printed pages.
The now $20 legal tender notes will be
ready for circulation to-morrow. The
balance of this series of new notes-tho
$100, $500 and $1,000 notes-will ho
ready in about a month.
DOMESTIC EXTORTS FOR TUE YEAR 1869.
The annual statement of domestic ex?
ports from this port for the year 1860
shows the following figures : Of sea island
cotton 1,578,174 pounds, valued at
$1,295,601; of upland cotton 32,392,322
pounds, at $8,328,341; of rosin and tur?
pentine 28,620 barrels, at $102,679; of
tar and pitch 527 barrels, at $1,783; of
spirits of turpentine, 371.423 gallons, at
$149,448; of rice 69,636 pounds, at
$5,841; of boards, 1,786,000 feet, at
$42,192; of shingles 106,000, at $802.
Total value of exports $9,920,687.
GIN-HOUSE BURNT.-We rogret to
state that the gin-house of Mrs. McDow?
ell, in this District, was destroyed by
fire during last week. Loss iu cotton
and building about $1,000. The origin
of the fire is thought to huvo been acci?
The Sugar Creek Presbyterian Church,
(which had recently been repaired,)
about three miles from Charlotte, N. C.,
was destroyed by an incendiary fire, on
We are glad to learn that moro than
$5,000 has already been subscribed for
the purpose of erecting a new and com?
modious Methodist Church in ( 'reenville.
Tho weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored'by
the uso of" SOLOMONS' BITTE**. N21
150 babies have been found in tho
little crib-basket at tho door of tho Now
York Foundling Asylum, since tho 20th
of last November.
"Oh! what an excollcut Tonic," is tho
language of tho invalid who uses SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
The-Woman's Club, of Brooklyn, will,
at their next meeting, discuss tho ques?
tion, "What do women need at the pre?
sent time?" We can answer in ono
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pre?
serve my good condition," I use SOLO?
MON'S BITTERS. N21
They are finding gold in Scotland, and
canny Scotsmen are scratching there?
yiWAwciAr. Airo coioncnciAt..
NBW YO?K, Februarjf 12-Noon.
Stocks firm. Money ' easy j at 5@6.
Exchange-long 8%; fhort 9#. T?old
20^. Sonda 14$?. Tennessee's, ox-cou?
pon, 56??; new 51; Virginia's, ex-cou?
pon, 62; new 64; Louisiana 6's, old.
74J.?; levee 6's 74; Alabama 8's 94;
5's 62; Georgia 6's 86; 7's 92; North
Carolina's, old, 45??; new 25}?. Flour
and wheat quiet and firm. Fork lower
mess 26.50. Lard dui!, at 15>?@153?.
Cotton dull, at 25,'?. Freights dull.
rfj,7 P. M.-Cotton a shade easier; sales
1,200 bales, at 2?}?. Flour a shade
firmer and quiet. Wheat lc. better, but
not uctive. Corn unchanged. Whiskey
lower-97@98. Pork lower-new 26.50.
Lard easier-kettle 16@17. The money
supply largely exceeds tho demand, at
4@5. Bank statomout unfavorable,
showing a net loss of over $2,225,000 ou
the legal tender reservo. Sterling 8.7,i
(39. Cotton bills scarce, showing a large
portion of such exchange goos from
Southern ports. Gold closed dull, at
197?- Government's active. New Ten?
nessee's active and advanced, at 54%;
transactions roached nearly $1,225,000.
Other Southerns unchanged.
LOUISVILLE, February 12.-Corn 93@
94. Moss pork 27.50. Shoulders 12'.j;
clear sides 15^. Whiskey 93@94.
ST. LOUIS, February 12.-Corn
heavy. Whiskey firm, ut 94. Pork
27.50(7? 27.75. Bacon active. Keg lard
CINCINNATI, February 12.-Provisions
neglected; holders remain firm.
CHARLESTON, February 12.-Cotton
quiet; sales to-day 400 bales-middlings
firstname.lastname@example.org.,'; receipts 840; exports 6,511.
AUGUSTA, February 12.-Cotton mar?
ket quiet but firm; sales 40S bales; re?
ceipts 630-middlings 23>?@23??.
SAVANNAH, February 12.-Cotton re?
ceipts 1,179 bales; exporta 7,509; sales
400 bales; market quiet-middlings 24.
MOUILE, February 12.-Cotton in fair
demand and closed steady; sales 1,500
bales-middling 24; receipts 2,643.
LIVERPOOL, February 12-Noon.
Yesterday eveuiug, cotton closed steady;
quotations unchanged; sales 10,000bales;
speculation and export 2,000. Cotton
opened steady to-day.
LIVER COMPLAINT.-Arise from tor?
pidity of the ?iver, causing a decreaso in
tho flow of bile: from too great determi?
nation of blood, cansiug enlargement,
inflammation, abcesses; from obstruc?
tion of the ducts leading from it into the
bowels, causing jaundice and similar
affections; it sometimes produces dis?
eases of tho skin-such as pimples,
tumors, blotches, sores, ulcers, boils, j
itchings, erysipelas, scurf, sore eyes,
Are. lt gives the skin a yellowish tinge,
sometimes deepening till it assumes a
very tawny nu a greasy look; tho whites
of the 03"cs become yellow or greenish,
and the tongue whito or brown coated.
Heiuitsh's Queen's Delight is the cure
by purifying aud cleansing tho blood.
For salo by Druggists everywhere. ?726
A STUUHORN FACT.-There is scarcely
auy disease in which purgative medicines
are not more or less required, and much
Buffering might be prevented were they
more generally used. No person can feel
well while a costivo habit of body pro
vails; besides, it soon generates serious
diseases, ;which might have been avoided
by a timely use of Cathartic Medicines.
For this purpose, Dr.. TUTT'S VEGETABLE
LIVER PILLS are confidently recommend?
ed; they aro mild, safe, prompt and uui
form in their action. They contain no
Mercury. Persons may eat and dr;uk as
usual, and they may bc taken at any
time. F8 6
It is with painful regret that we chronicle
tho sad demise, at her residenco, at Hodge's
Depot, Abbovillo County, on tho 15th of Janu?
ary, 1870, of Mra. CELESTA A. COCHRAN,
consort of Capt. J. N. Cochran, in forty-second
year of her age. Sad is tho lot to chroniclo
tho death ot thc wife, suddenly borno away
from tho companionship of a loving husband.
She is gono from ns, tint gono, wc trust,
where companionship of her blessed home is
forever unbroken, lier years had boen spent
in works of usefulness, and in endeavoring to
insure happiness to her family. Ho who
duet h all things well has seen lit to deprive
her loving husband of tho comfort of his
declining years, her sorrowing family of tho
fond object of their affection, and hor many
friouds of ono whose memory will ever ro?
main enshrined in thoir hearts. Of a pure
and upright mind, gent?o and engaging man?
ners, and a sweet and amiable disposition,
she was loved and esteemed by all who know
her, and as a dovotcd Christian and a sincere
friend, sho leaves behind ber examples worthy
Wc watched her breathing through tho night,
Her breathing soft and low,
As in her breast tho wave of life
Kept heaving to and fro.
So silently wo seemed to spoak,
So slowly moved about.
As we had lent her half our powers
To eke her living out.
Our vory hopos belied our fears,
Our fears, our hopes belied;
Wo thought her dying when she slept,
And sleeping when sho died.
For when tho morn came dim and sad
And chill with oarly showers,
Her quiet eye-lids closed-she had
Another morn than ours.
TT^ARLY RUSE, Early Goodrich, Jackson
_CJ White and selected Fink-Eyo POTA?
TOES. Also, Royal Raking Powders. For
salo by CAMPBELL A JONES.
HAS received another shipment of his well
known LIGHTNING ROD, and is now
propared to fill all orders loft at Post Office.'
White Chester Pigs.
A FEW pairs to be had, if applied
for at onco. Warranted pnro.
Apply to BLAKELY A GIBBES.
A CAR-LOAD of young Kentucky
^HMb MCIdOS, as fine as uny wc have
^J^Whandlcd this winter. Warranted
^^^^^sound and healthy. Call andoxamine
thom, at Logan's Stables, corner Assembly
and Senate streets.
Feb 13 t W. S. A J. M. TALBOTT.
PERSONS doeiring oithor of the above FEI
early as possible, aa there will be a groat presa
i R. O'NEALE
(LATE a LAZE ?1: RADCLIFFE,)
HAS just received a fino lot of tho cele?
brated Nardiner and Jacot Stem Wind?
ing GOLD WATCHES. These WatchcB aro
the best Watches made. "
JVcb 13 8 _ WILLIAM GLAZE.
ALOT of FINE DIAMOND RINGS will bo
sold at New York prices, if called for
in tho next ten davs. WILLIAM GLAZE,
Fob 138_Lute Glaze A Radcliffe.
To all Whom it May Concern.
HAVING, by virtue of thc power conferred
by his Excellency the Governor of tho
State, taken possession of the QCARniED STONE
in, upon and about the premises known as
"THE GRANBY QUARRY," I hereby warn all
persons to desist appropriating, carrying off
or in any manner interfering with the said
property, on penalty of being dealt with ac?
cording to law.
Dated COLUMBIA, 8. C.. Fcbrnarv 12, A. D.
1870. CARLOS J. STOLRRAND,
Superintendent South Carolina Penitentiary.
Feb 13 Cf
Cock Fight ! -Main for $1,000.
South Carolina Against North Carolina.
.A $100 each battle. Thirty-one
^ Cocks to bc shown by each party,
mMtMW^, weighing from fn,ir pounds nix
wKxlJMjrtonnccs to six pounds six ounces.
_/Sku^WreFight to commence at tho Ex
% y Awli??!,? Cock-pit, in Columbia, S. C.,
on TUESDAY, April 5, 1S70. To bo
kept up four days. Will bo tonghi according
to Turner's Rules, l inc sport and fair play!
Feb 13 t
TO ?] EW YORK HIV i
THROUGH IN TWO HOURS
? uil ar Panor ama
NEW YORK CITY !
TAKES TUE BPECTATOlt
Streets of New York City,
. \h Business, Hustle, and Confusion of City Life.
HE HAS A VIEW OF MOKE THAN
10,000 HORSES AXD C AK Ul AG KS,
AND UPWARDS OF
100,000 OF ITS PEOPLE!
7'?."Miles of Shipping and Steamers,
rroccHHlona, Mllitarr i'ouipanlrs,
Banda of Maate, Shipping, Btcamcrs JLc,.
At each exhibition on explanatory lecture will
b-- given, gi vlngoiucn valuable knowledge of
NEW YORK AND ITS PKOIM.K,
Of great importance to stranKcrs, and of general
and tntttructive ti formation to everybody.
Th? following buildings have been placed on thc
paaonuua thc laet year, at thc expense ol fS.wO:
Th? fry ?tal J*alaet on J'irt,
?^Ictcart'M Marbi? JPalae;
Tin *1t*tropolitan Ilottl,
Th* JW. JVicholat Hot*l,\
Tht .Itt reliant a' Union Kruraaa O met and
int trnatianal Motet, J
Th* l'ivt Vointt Mom?*otInAuatry,
Door.- up: nan hour before thc panorama moves.
V* ILL BE EXHIBITED AT
Nickoraon House Hall, Thursday and Friday,
February 17 and 18-Afterneons and Nights, at
3 and 8 o'clock. Admission 50 cents. Chil?
dren under twelve years of age 25 cents. Re?
served seats 75 cents. Tickots for salo at
Duftio A Chapman's dookatore, Columbia Ho?
tel Building. Feb 13 4
Paris Horticultural Exposition-Spe?
M. RONNA will cloae, on TUES?
DAY next, tlie exhibition at Fla
nigan's old stand, Plain street,
Ibis choice collection of PLANTS,
?BULBOUS ROOTS, FLOWER
SEED, FRUIT TREES, GRAFTED ROSE
TREES._Feb 12 3
Guanos and Phosphate.
4 f\ TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO,
ttv/ 20 tons Chesapeake GUANO.
20 tons Crichton A Sons' Ammoniated Solu?
ble Super-Phosphate ol Limo.
For salo by WELLS A CALDWELL.
Feb G timo
Crackers ! Crackers ! !
FOR thc convenience of families, wc have
just received a supply of Fresh CRACK?
ERS, assorted, in ten pound boxes, consisting
of Roston, Rutter, Cream, Egg, Milk and Pa?
tent Assorted Crackers, which will be found
very convenient to house-keepers.
Feb 5 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
'Valentines for February 14.
WE will open, THIS MORNING, a select
lot of VALENTINES, sentimental and
comic, just received from New York, Lace and
Embossed Envelopes, Ac, superior in rich?
ness and olegauceof design.
Feb 10 5 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN.
St. Valentine's Day is Coming.
CALL at RRYAN A McCARTER'S Bookstore
and jilease your Valentine. Comic and
Sentimental VALENTINES, 1.000 for Hale.
Call early, at RRYAN A McCARTER'S.
OA KITS MOUNTAIN RUTTER, fresh and
*U\J good, for sale by LOWRANCE A CO.
(*?/"? BARRELS Pink-Evo and Goodrich
tJ\J PLANTING POTATOES, just received
and for salo by_ ^L A T. lt. AGNEW.
For Sale or Rent,
ONE of tho most olegant RESIDENCES
fin tho city. Salo preferred, to chango in
Lveetment. Terms easv. Apply to
POPE A HASKELL, Att?rnevs at Law,
Feb .". Scott's Range. Main Street.
ALL persons indebted to tho undersigned,
must come forward and make payment,
on or before tho 25th instant, or their ac?
counts will bo placed in the hands of an attor?
ney for collection; and all holding claims will
present them at once. 3. H. SPENCER.
Feb 8 C
ITILRERS, wiH ploaao send in their orders aa
taro of freight shortly, which may delay deli
& SON, AG-ENTS.
fl ENUINE imported Dutch CURACOA.
XJC Genuine importedSwisa Abaynthc.
Genuine importod Champagne-(To order.)
Consular Beal, Rodeuir Cabinet.
Creme D'Bouzy, Dry Verzcnay.
1 cask Gordon Sherry, guaranteed.
1 cask Hennessey Brandy, guaranteed.
New Law Books.
THE New York Code, with notes and deci
sions to 1808. Forma of Practico and
Ploading in Law and Equity, with reference to
New York Code, by Abbott-2 volumes. Whit?
taker's Practice and Pleading under New York
Code, Ac, Ac.-2 volumes. Tillinghast'a and
Shearman's Practico in Civil Actions, Ac, in
New York-2 volumes. Waterman on Set-off
Recoupment and Counter-claim. Shearman
and Redfield on Negligence. Abbott Digeatof
Law of Corporations. Smith Probato Law.
Redfield on Law of Wills. Blackwell on Tax
Titles, and u variety of other new Law Booka,
for salo at publishers' prices, at
Feb 8 BRYAN A McCAKTER'S Rooks-tore.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY ?ml SATURDAY,
FFB RU AR Y 17, 18 and 19, 1870. Thc fa?
mous und original
LaRue's Carnival Minstrels,
AND ItliRLESO>UE UPEKA TROUPE,
Tho most stupendous organization extant,
numbering eighteen distinguished Artists.
Tho Heroes of a Hemisphere, and Prime Mi?
nisters of Mouiua, Terpsichore, Wit, Senti?
ment and Opera Bouffe. Monarchs of tho
Profession. Newly Augmented, Remodeled
and Enlarged for ?H70.
THE GREAT RICARDO, the only Trima
Donna outrivaling Adelina Patti. A. J. TAL?
BOT, hostend man Uvnig. LILLY. REEVE,
best Plantation Darkey in tho world. STEVE
RODGERS, beat single Clog Dancer and Song
and Dance Performer on thc continent.
"FUSSY JOE MACK," most versatile Bur?
lesque Artist in the universe. HUGH
HEM ALL, best Ballad .Singer in thc United
LARUE'S ORIGINAL SENSATION.
SHOO FLT, ) LA lines, ( SHOO FLY,
SHOO FLY, LA ni'F.'s, - SHOO FLY,
SHOO FLY, J LA RUF.'s, ( SHOO FLY,
Ev KU Y NlOlIT, EVEttY NlOllT.
Vanderbilt Sings it. Gould Hums it, Fisk
Whistles it, tho Blind eau hear it, thc Deaf
EYEBY NIOHT. Begins ats, EVF.HY NIOIIT.
MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 3 P. M.
Admission 75 cents. Reserved Seats $1.00.
Reserved Seats secured during tho day at the
Hal), without extra cb arge.
"PHAT BOY," Agent.
D. C. LARDK, Manager. Feb 9 6
E. R. STOKES*
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
Paper Ruling Establishment,
MAIN STREET, COL UM Jil A, S. C.
BLANK BOOKS of all kinds, such |
as Sheriffs', Clerks', Judge of Pro- j
bates', County Commissioners', Ac, I
mado to order, and Rulod to any
Pattern, of thebept paper and mate?
rials, with or without printed headings. Also,
Paged or Indexed, as required.
RECORD BOOKS, Day Rooks, Journale,
Cash Books, Lodgers, fte., ?fcc, of my own
manufacture, kept constantly on hand, at tho
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
MUSIC, Periodicals. Nowapapcra, Law
Books, and any other work, Bound in tho
93" SATISFACTION 01VEN TO ALL. ~S?
Has now on hand a largo stock of Blank
Book Papers-Modinm, Domi, Flat Cap, Folio
Post, Flat Lotter, Bi'l Head Paper, in packages
of 500-six, quartor and half alioota, all for
aalo LOW FOR CASH. _Fob 4 fimo
Rhine Wines and Champagne.
PARTICULAR attention is called to the fol?
lowing list of genuine IMPORTED
WINES and LIQUORS:
Moet A Chaudon's Champagnes,
I Vorzonay, quarts and pinta.
Dry Imperial, quarts aud pints.
Sparkling Moselle, Muscatel.
Bruch, Toucher A Co.'s Lac d'Or and Carte
Cordials-Curacao and Maraaquino.
Boing importers' ngent for sale of these
goods, I can offer them at low rates, and gua?
rantee their genuineness.
Fob 5 OEORGE 8YMMER8.
1 fi)K BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, in fine
For sale low for cash, by
To the Public in General.
IHAVE bottor COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale. Mine
ia tho improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex
cols any other. Tho prico ia $2.50 per bushel.
An examination of my proofa will ho convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hitt.
Call and look at tho growth, in DutcherTown.
Dec ll _ N._FOFE.
PC A BOXES SOAP and CANDLES.
O vi 5,000 lbs. Racon Sides, Shoulders and
Coffoo, Sngar, Mackerel, Ac.
100 barrels Flour.
Iron and Steel, Plows and Plow Irons, Car?
riage Materials, Ac, ftc.
Our prices aro always adjusted to meet the
lowest figures in the market.
Feb 2 LOWRANCE ft CO.
Bacon, Flow, Oh????, Lard, dc.
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, 15th in ot ant, at 10 |
o'clock, at our Auction R oom, wo will sell,
6,000 lbs. Prime BACON SIDES,
4,000 lbs. Prime Western Shoulders,
100 barrels Choioe Family Flour,
40 boxes New Factory Cheese,
25 kegs Extra and Natural Lard,
25 boxes Colgate's Family and Toilet Soaps,
20 bags Choico Rio Coffee,
10 Small Tubs Prime Goshen Rutter,
10 barrols Choice No. 2 Mackerel.
Conditions cash. Salo positive. Feb 13
BY D. 0. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, 15th instant, at our
Auction Roon, wo will soil, at 10 o'clock,
- Prime Young MULES,
- Work Horses. Feb 13
Sheriff s Sale.
BY virtuo of sundry writs of Ji-ri facias, to
me directed, I will sell, on the flrst MON?
DAY in March next, in front of tbo Court
House, in Columbia, within thc legal hours,
the following property, viz:
All that HOUSE and LOT, in tho city of Co?
lumbia, situato 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.
Levied on as the property of Charles J. Rol?
lin, at thc suit of Mary Allen et a!, cs. Charles
J. Rollin. Terms cash.
Fob 13 mth _ P. F. FRA ZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to mo di?
rected, I will sell, on* tho first MONDAY
in March next, in front of thc Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that PLANTATION or TRACT of LAND,
in Richland County, containing cloven hun?
dred (1.100) acres, moro or leas, and bounded
on tho North by- McRae; on tho North?
east by II. Ravan; Sonth-oast by D.Wilson:
South" by lands formerly of Dr. D. W. Ray;
South-west by D. W. Lcdingham; North and
North-west by T. Brown and Mrs. Goulding.
1 icvied on as tho property of John Lcdingham,
deceased, at thc suit of Andrew P. Vinson,
Assignee, va. Francis Lcdingham, Administra?
trix of the estate of John Lcdingham.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Feb 13 nub
Wni. Whooler Move, by next friend, rs. Thos.
R. Brown, Administrator_In E<?\titij.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, in the
abovo stated case, I will nell, on tho first
MONDAY in March. 1870, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that TRACT of LAND, in Richland
County, containing 200 acres, moro or less,
bounded North by Elizabeth Bruns'land; East
by Gilbert Garner and Joseph Bates; South
a?id West by Congaree River and Jos. Bates.
A Tract of Land, situate in St. Matthew's,
Parish, containing 250 acres, moro or less; and
bounded on all sides by Congarco River, being
Tho above described proporty will bo sohl at
the risk of tho former purchaser, he having
failed to comply with the terms of salo.
THUMS OK SALK.-Cash sufficient to p?yeoste
and expenses of suit and sale; and tho balance
on a credit of one, two and three years, se?
cured by bond and mortgage of thc promises.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
Feb 13 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, H. lt. C.
Under order of Juilgo of Probate. John M.
Humphrey, et HA, VS. George Price, et al.
Petition for Sale of Heal Estate.
IN pursuance of an ordor made by William
Hutson Wigg, Judge of Probate for Rich?
land County, I will sell, on the first MONDAY
in March next, in front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within thc legal hours.
All that TRACT of LAND, in Richland Coun?
ty, containing thrco hundred (300) acres,
more or less, tho samo being originally three
soparato tracts-purchased of James Martin,
Benjamin Edwards and William Joy.
TERMS OK SALE.-Cash enough to pay tho
cost of these proceedings, and one-half bid;
the balance to be paid in twelve mouthe from
day of sale, with interest thereon, to bo so
cured by bond and a mortgage of tho pre?
mises. Tho purchaser to pav for stamps and
papers. P. F. FRAZEE. S. lt. C.
Feb 13 _ mth
Wm. Shicll and John A. Shiell va. Elizabeth
Shioll, et al,
PURSUANT to tho decretal ordor of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in tho
abovo stated caso, I will sell, on tho first
MONDAY in March next, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that lot of LAND, in the city of Colom?
bia, situated on the corner of Sumtor and Lady
Btreeta, boundod on tho North by Joseph Tay?
lor's lot; on tho East by Sumter street, and
measuring thereon 101 feet, more or less; on
tho South by Lady strcot, and moasuring
thereon 71 feet and 2 inches, moro or less; and
on tho Wost by Wm. and John ShieU's lot.
TERMS.-Cash enough to pay costs and ex?
penses and one-third residue: balance on a
credit of one and two yoars, socurcd by bond
and mortgage of promises sold. Purchaser to
pay for stamps and all necessary paper
Tho above described property will bo sold at
the risk of former purchaser. Wm. W. Deane,
he having failed to complv with terms of for?
mer sale. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Fob 13 mth
Under order of Judge of Probato. W. W. Rife
vs. T. C. Rife, et al.-In Partition.
IN pKrsuauco of an order mado by Wm. Hut
son Wigg, Judgo of Probato for Richland
County, I will soil, on tho first MONDAY in
March next, in front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, situated in tho city
of Columbia, containing one-half acre, more
or less, known in tho plan of said city as Lot
No. 100; . bounded on tho North by Gervais
street; West by Williams street; South and
East by laud now owned by Charles Hamburg.
TERMS of SALE.-One-third cash; balance in
one and two years, secured by bond and mort?
gage of the premises. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papers. P. F. FRAZEE,
Feb 13 mth_3. B. C.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to me di?
rected, I will sell, on tho first MONDAY
in March next, iu front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within tho logal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, with tho buildings
thereon, in the city of Columbia, containing
ono acre, and boundod on tho North by
Smith, - Bardell and - Taylor; on the
East by T. D. Feaster; on tho South by Lady
street, and on tho Wost by Oadsden street.
Levied on as the property of Albert R. Colton,
at the suit of Uoraco L. Emory A Son ta. Al?
bert R. Colton. Will be sold at tho risk and
cost of tho formor purchaser, Franklin F. Mil?
ler, ho having failed to comply with terms of
sale. Terms cash.
Fob 13 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
HEISE S DINING- SALOON
^ ^TTTT^ IS OPENED for ""?fft
^r*?*^^ SEASON, with choico ?HA,
OYSTER8, GAME, Ac, together with Z^JUJS.
everything that is usually kept in a first class
Restaurant. Nov 16
S?"LUNCn every day at ll o'clock.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters,
RECEIVED EVERY DAY, and families can
be supplied in any quantity, at
Nov 24 J. E. HEISE'S RESTAURANT.
Hi Sale of the Laurens Railroad. ?
JACOB LEVIK, AUCTIONEER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, January 26,1870.
THE undersigned, having boen appointed
Receiver ol the Laurena Railroad Com?
pany, in tho said State, and having duly qual?
in ed for said office, notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to orders heretofore passed in the
Court of Common Fleas for Laurens County,
in the said State, I will sell to the highest
bidder, at public auction, the property of the
said Laurens Railroad Company, described as
follows: The Railroad of the said Company,
running from Newberry village to Laurens
ville, including the road-bed, right of way and
lauds occupied by or belonging to the said
Company, together with tho several super?
structures and trackB thereon, and all rails
and other materials used on the same, and
all aud singular tho several bridges, viaducts
culverts, fences, depot grounds and buildings
thereon, station-houses, work-shops, engines,
tenders, cars, tools, materials and machinery,
equipments and appurtenances of every kind,
and all tho stock subscribed for in the said
I Company, and all other property belonging,
appertaining to, or in any manner connected
< with or forming a part of the said Laurens
Railroad Company, and all franchises, rights
j and privileges of tho said Laurens Railroad
I Company, of, in, to, or concerning the same.
I And upon such salo all equity of redemption
in thc said premisos shall be" forever barred
and absolutely foreclosed.
! Tho said salo shall take place at tho State
I House, in tho city of Columbia, South Caro
j lina, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on tho 30th day
of March, in tho present year, on tho follow?
ing terms, that is to say, $42 OOO cash, and tho
residue in six per cent, coupon bonds of the
State of South Carolina at par, or in private
bonds, payable in one, two and three years,
bearing interest at the rato of seven per cent,
per annum, nayablo semi-annually, with as?
sured personal security and mortgage of tho
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Receiver Laurens Et. R. Co.
FDR ONS DOLLAR.
You can purchase a pair of
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
C. F. JACKSON'S.
Just received by Expr?s?, from New York,
this day, one gross
"A "XT T TI n rr TI n
Y Y 1 1 VJ IT Li O
To which the attention of the Ladies is in?
vited. C. K. JACKSON.
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR?
RIAGES is just opened at tho corner ot
Assembly and Lady streets, near tho Post
Office. All persons" in any way interested are
invited to call and examine some of tho finest
specimens of design and workmanship that
can be produced. These vehicles have been
bought right, and will be sold low. The styles
aro tho very latost-tho quality unsurpassed,
and every effort will bo made to afford lasting
satisfaction and pleasure to those extending
their patronage to tho subscriber.
Jan 21_W. K. GREENFIELD.
To the Farmers, Planters & Gardeners.
A X KW A NB PERFECT FERTILIZER.
" rau?NE. "
BETTER than Peruvian Guano for genorat
use. For Corn, Potatoes, Wheat, Rye,
Oats, Buckwheat, Millot, Turnips, Peas,
Beans, Beeta, Carrots, Cabbages, Tomatoes.
For Grass and Clover, for Trees and Vines,
and, above all, tho best Fertilizer for Cotton.
This new compound contains every valuable
ingredient contained in Stable Manure, and is
the only Fertilizer which possesses such a
combination of concentrated active fertilizing
materials, as Animal Matter, Blood, Hair,
Hoofs, Ac, with those activo Chemical Salts
required to support vegetation. We challenge
the world for a bettor Manure. It is cheaper
to buy a good article at first, and wo can as?
sure our friends that tho Fertilizer we now
ofter is tho best in the market. Planters will
do well to call and examine the quality and
learn the price, and leave their orders.
We endorse this Manure. No adult?ration,
no dirt, no ground stones or rocks-all pure.
For sale by FISHER A I IK I NITS ll,
Feb 2 t Chemists and Druggists.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
V,-rf. RAGGING, ROPE, IRON
W-f? J TIES. RACON, Clear Ribbcdi
J3fifiB\Sides and Shoulders. A choicel
articlo Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,"
in barrels, kegs. 3 lbs., 5 and 10 lb. packages.
Choice Family Flour, in bbls. and bags, with
a full assortment of other grades. Liverpool
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in
bbls., halves, quarters and kits. SUGAR and
COFFEE, of all grades. TEAS, of all grades.
Molasses-Muscovado, New Orleans anoSng&r
House Syrup. Tobacco and Segara. Soap; Can?
dles, in boxes and half boxes; Cheese, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glass. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet, Monongahela, Rye and Corn Whis
kov, and a variety of other fine brands.
WOODEN WARE, Nests Iron and Brass
Bound Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Cans,
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 selected
with caro and will bo sold low for cash. Give
us a call. WELLS A CALDWELL,
Near thc S. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
next door to National Bloted. _ Pot 16 t
MW STORE AND SEW GOODS.
~\X7"E take pleasure in announcing to the
W public, that wo have this day oponed a
fine stock of DRY GOODS, of every descrip?
tion, and shall always have on hand a fino
assortment of all tho various Goods appertain?
ing to our trade.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always bo roplete. with tho latest styles
of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths, Merinos, Delaines and Operas, in all
colors, Prints of all gradea and makes.
TABLE LINENS, in all stylos, Damasks,
Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diapers of
In JEANS, CASSIMERES, BROADCLOTHS,
DOESKINS, wo shall always havo a complote
In BLEACHED GOODS, SHEETINGS and
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTON8, we
shall offor great inducements.
In GLOVES, HOSIERY, GENT'S WEAR.
Collars, Morino Draweid and Shirts, a fine se?
lection and bargains.
A fine assortment of NOTIONS on hand.
Call and see us, at the New Store, in Diercks
new building, under the old Kinsler Hall.
Dec 2 3mo S. W. PORTER A CO