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STOCKHOLM, February 17.-Tho Diet
bu passed a laff admitting Dissenters
and Jews to political rights. The King
stoped the law immediately.
PATHS, Febraery 16.-Seven journals
of this olty bave been officially warned
thia week. Last evening, great crowds
of people assembled at a re-union in Rue
St Martin Belleville. They wera dle?
nsed hy the police withont disorder,
lt another prosecution has benn oom
iced against the Marsei'laise for viola
i of the pres? law.
LONDON, February 10.-The Nova Sco?
tia ship Riva has been lost off the coast
of Lincolnshire. She was bound to Bos
ion with ? cargo of coal. Eight lives
weirs lost. The bark Undine, from New
York, was burnt at Rotterdam. The
Favorito is wrecked off Greenock.
meo of Commons, yesterday,
"d ian elaborate
d reform in Ire
for the security
* .transfer and
ring to bhy; sid.to landlords to ena?
ble them to reclaim waato lands. The
new law is to be administered by a court
of arbitration; Ulster customs are to be
recognized; improvements giving value
to land are to be paid for; evictions for
non-payments of rent are to bar all
claims against tenants; notices to quit
axe to ?ive the tenants one year's time
from tho end of the .Current year; and
the county cess is to be divided between
the landlords and the tenants.
LONDON, February 19.-The released
Fenians are to have a fino reception in
Dublin. Tho Irish members accept
Gladstone's reform bill.
PABXB, February ?9.-Pierro Napoleon
will bo tried' for the voluntary homicide
of Noir; to be followed by.a trial for an
attempt upon tho lifo of Fou roi re. His
conviction Would be death. It ?B thought
tho Court may, from extenuating circum?
stances, leii'sen the punishment two de?
The ne uni street pnrade on Sh rovo
Tuesday Will be prohibited.
CHABLESTON-, February 19.-Arrived
schooner Azelda and Laura, Baracoa.
Sailed-steamers Champion, New York;
Maryland, Baltimore; snips Bombay and
Gorilla, Liverpool; bark Warren Ord
way, Baltimore; sohooner Lilly, New
LiOmsvuiiE, Fobrnary 19.-An excur?
sion train, with two engines and fifteen
cara, carrying 2,000 persons, safoly
crossed the bridge; therefore, the
strength of tho bridge ?R no longer
ANNAPOXJS, February 19. -The Eng?
lish iron-clad Monarch arrived at 10
LSWISTON, MAINE, February 19.-The
severest gale in many years occurred
yesterday. It has boen raining twenty
four hours, melting two feet of snow and
causing a flood, which will provo very
CHICAGO, February 19.-Gonoral Rey?
nolds writes to the editor of the Slate
Journal a long letter, declining the use
of his name for the Texas Senstorship.
A futnily from Hollaed, living in Chi?
cago, consisting of husband and wife and
two children, were poisoned, (tho last
three fatally,) on Tuesday night, in some
? ? .
WASHINGTON, February 19.-Tho
House proceeded to the consideration of
appropriations. No quorum.
In tho Senate, Mr. Johnston presented
a bill removing all disabilities. Thc
President was interrogated whether unp?
roven ue officer had attempted to collect
taxes from the Indians, in contravention
of treaties. A huge petition was presented
from New York against tho renewal of
the inoome tux; it is inquisitorial in cha?
racter, making it particularly odious to
the American people. Thc Mississippi
delegation desire a postponement of the
President's approval of admission until
after Tuesday-thus postponing the meet
ing of the Mississippi Legislature one
Internal revenue receipts to-day,
In the Senate, tho Committee on Pub?
lic Lands reported, grunting 2,000,000
acres for school purposes in the District
The Mississippi delegation, headed by
Revels, visited the President, to-day,
praying him to withhold his approval of
the Mississippi admission until tho pass
ago of certain Acts for disabilities. The
delegation has no objection to the gene?
ral features of the bill. The President
will sign tho bill on Wednesday.
Admiral Poor is instructed to keep a
war vessel at Havana.
Currency balance in tho Treasury
?23,250,000. Gold Si 11,500,000.
Several votes recently regarding addi?
tional Executive buildings, indicate no
disposition to movo tho capital.
Tlie Senate passed a bill appropriating
$3.000 for wi tn esses to tho cadet corrup?
tion investigation. It goos to the Presi?
dent. A bill was introduced and refer?
red, to pr?vido stay of execution in cer?
tain cases. Tbisbill is intended to afford
some relief against tho operation of thc
recent legal tender decision. It gives a
stay of execution on ull judgments
founded on debts contracted prior to the
11th July, 1866, tho dut o of the passage
of the first legal tender act, for from one
to four years, according to the amount;
but provides that if the plaintiff in such
judgment will receivo pny in currency,
there shall be no stay; and that when?
ever speoie payments aro resumed, nil
stays under tho Act shall terminate. A
mle was adopted, that tho Committee on
Elections for tho forty-first Congress
shall consist of fifteen members; and
each contested case may be assigned by
the chairman to a special committee of
three, for exclusive consideration; these
shall report decisions directly to the
M. . , ? I" . _ . -,
yigAfrciAt* afro cnaopmciuax.
n*m YOEK, February 19-Noon.
Stocks steady.. Money easy, at fj<&6.
Exchange-long 8% ; short 9>ti. Bonds
15%. Tennessee's, ex-Coupon, 56%; now
49%; Virginia 6*s, ?x?coop?n, 62%
asked; new 86; Louisiana 6'?, old, 71;
levee G's 70^; S's 82; Alabama 8'a 94;
?Va 62; Georgia 6's 80; T's 92%; North
Carolina 7*H, old, 45%; now 25%. Flour
and wheat dull and declining. Coro
quiet, without deoided change. Font
quiet and firm-mess 2G.firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard
quiet, at 15%@15% for steam. Cotton
steady, at 24%. Freights dull. .
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 1.700
halos, at 24%. Flour dull and a shade
lower. Wheat dull, at noon's decline.
Corn scarce and unchanged. Whiskey
98%@99. Pork firmer, at email@example.com.
Kettle lard 16@1G.VJ Freights quiet.
Money easy, at 4@6. Qold weak
closing at 18%. Governments lower In
sympathy with gold. 62's .">S!4. State
bonds firm. Stocks firmer, with a gene?
ral advance in loading sp?cul?t ive shares.
BAI.TIMOKK, February 19.-Cotton
dull, at 24. Flour activo and firm for
lower grades. Wheat firm and unchang?
ed. Whiskey firm and unchanged.
CHARLESTON, February 19.-Cotton
market easier, with sales of SOO bales
middling 23%; receipts 591; exports
AUGUSTA, February 19.--Gotton mar?
ket dull, but prices unchanged; sales 277
bales-middlings 23@23%; receipts 204.
SAVANNAH, February 19.-Sales of
cotton 700 bales; market irregular
PAMS, February 19.-The Bourse
opens firm-rentes 73f. 60c.
LIVERPOOL, February 19-Noon. -
Cotton closed, yesterday evening, with a
downward tendency-uplands 11%; Or?
leans 11%. Sales 10,000 bales; specula?
tion and export 2,000. The market
opened quiet to-day.
HAVRE, February 19.-Cotton opened
quiet-spot 138; afloat 137%.
LIVERPOOL, February 19-Evening.
Cotton dull; sales 10,000 bules; specula?
tion and exportB2,000.
Richland Lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
Jt AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION will
<i?f%rbe hold in Masonic H:dl, TO-MORROW
(Monday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Tho
Third Degree will bo conferred.
By order of the W. M.
Feb 801 A. 0. DAVIS. Secretary.
Palmetto Fire Engine Company.
THE Company will
assemblo at the En?
gine Rouse, TO?
MORROW, at 3
o'clock p. m. pre?
cisely, in full uni?
form, for the pur?
pose of taking the
Engine to the Depot and proceeding to Augus?
ta. Ga. Rv order:
Fob 20 " M. J. CATiNAN. Secretary.
Ho! for the Grand Fireman's Parade
CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA
FREIGHT AND TICKET OFFICE, COLUM?
BIA, S. C.. February 20, 1870.
SS" EXCURSION TICKETS for the Round
Trip, good from MONDAY, tho 21et, to
THURSDAY, the 24th inataut, inclusive, only
SS- FOUR DOLLARS.
Trains will leave tho foot of Standing street
at 4:52 and 6:15 p. m., on MONDAY, tho 21st
Tickets must be purchased at the Ticket
Oflico, as no Tickets will be solden tho Trains.
By order of the Superintendent.
E. R. DORSEY,
Feb 20 1 General Freight and Ticket Agent
State of South Carolina-Richland Co.
IN THE CO If HT OF PROBATE.
By William Unison Wing, Judge of Probale in
WHEREAS John W. Corley hath applied to
mo for letters of administration on the
odtato of Jamen F. Corley, lato of Richland,
deceased. These are, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and singular thc kindred and
creditors of the said decoaeod, to be and ap?
pear bofore me, at a Court of Probate for thc
said Count v, to be holden at Colombia, on tho
fifth day of March, 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
to show cause, if any, why thc said adminia
stration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and the seal of tho
Court, this 19th day of February. A. D. 1870.
and in tho ninety-fourth yeai of American
WILLIAM HUTSON WIGG,
Feb 20 3 Judge or Probate.
JUST received, imported direct from Bor?
One cask Brandenburg Freres COGNAC,
One cask Pinet, Castillon A Co.'?; very fine.
For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
Burglar and Fi re-Proof Safes.
MANUFACTORY AT BALTIMORE, MD.
THE Subscribers, Agents for MILLER'S
PATENT? FIRE-PROOF SAFES, respect?
fully Bolicit orders for theso excellent, sub?
stantial and fiuoly-finishod home-made Safes.
All in want of a first class Safe, should call
before purchasing, and examino specimens
and list of prices, at the store of
Feb 17 Ct _ CAMPBELL A JONES.
Guanos and Phosphate.
A f\ TONS OENUIN? PERUVIAN GUANO.
4fcv" 20 tons Chesapeake GUANO.
20 tonn Crichton .v Sons' Ammoniated Solu?
ble Super-Fhosphuto ot Lime.
For sale by WELLS A CALDWELL.
Feb 6 timo
JACKSONS IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
/^IROWN from Seed purchased directly of
\JT Mr. David Dickson, in 1867, and carefully
preservod from mixing or adulteration with
I will deliver the Seed, sackod in good order,
at tho Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 nor bushel, fur all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, bt. Matthew's, H. C.
I respootfully refer to tho below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me lastspring,
tor information touching the pnrity and supe?
riority of tho Seod, to wit : Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Tabor, Fort Motte; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Faulting, Esq., Ht. Mat?
thew's ; I?, lt. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. E.Muller,
Esq.. Orangeburg Court House ; all of Orange
burg Connty, K. C._Feb ll 8mo?
Bonds and Stocks.
GOLD AND IILVRR.
UNOUERENT BANK BILLS,
Coupons. Mutilated Currency. Ac, Aa.,
; Ac, bought and ?old by D. OAMB?tt?.L,
Fob i? ?imo Office Columbia Hotel Building.
WHITE GOODS !
Brilliants, Brocade, Indi? Twill,
Tape Stripes ?nd Checks, Wat in Stripes,
Victoria and Bishop Lawns,
Nainsook and India Hull, Jaconets,
Swiia Mull, Bird-Eye Diaper, Linen Lawn,
Hamborg Edgings and Inaertioga,
Linen Edging? and Inaertinga,
Swiss Edgings and Inserting?,
Laos Collara, Real and Imitation,
Linen Collars and Cufia,
Doylies and Napkins,
Huckaback and Damask Towels,
Ladies' Frilled Skirts.
An assortment of light Pi m ti and Lawns,
for the coming season.
Bleached and Brown Homespuns, Ac.
Jost received from New York.
Feb 20 C, F. JACKSON.
?)AA BBLS. FLOUR, assorted brands.
200 bushels primo WHITE CORN.
200 bushels YELLOW OATS-prime.
50 bale? beat EASTERN HAY.
50 bbls. asaortorl Planting Potatoes.
100 Iba. genuino Durham Smoking Tobacco.
5,000 La Bouquet Habana Segars-fine.
20 bbls. fine Whiskeys, Oins and Brandy.
20 bbls. assorted Sugars.
50 boxes Soaps, assorted.
Together with fine Teas and Coffees, Canned
Fruits, Pickles, Jellies, aud many other arti?
cles too numerous to mention.
For sale at reduced prices for cash.
Feb_20 RICHARD ALLEN.
MW A CAR-LOAD or young Kentucky
'?a MULES, as lino as any we have
4mm^mmmLhandled this winter. " Warranted
^^^^^aound and healthy. Call and examine
them, at Logan's Stables, corner Assembly
and Sonate streets.
FebJ3 t W. 8. & J. M. TALROTT.
Wanted, Fifteen Hands,
TO wirk on a Farm in Lexington County.
Apply to mo, at Columbia Hotel.
Feb 19 2 J. A. AUGUST.
rilliKRE ?H a probability of tho supplv of j
J. ETIWAN FERTILIZER being oxban-tod
by tho next ten days, and wo would advise our 1
friends f o order carlv, if they wish anv.
_ Feb 19 _R. O'NEA LE A SON. Agents.
'J'liiir?rtny. Krida)-. Sut unlit; , Kelt.'44,.',,O
. . . - ]
?"i ?AND ?iATINr.E, ."saturday, at :t o'clock
VJT P. M., for the accommodation of Fami?
lies and Schools.
THE BERGER FAMILY
SWISS 'BELL BINGERS,
Who for the past three years have constituted
tho principal attraction of th?' Peak Family;
but will hereafter be known AS an independent
organization. All the favorites will appear,
MISS ANNIE BERGER,
SOL SMI TH RUSSELL,
MISS MAUD STANLEY,
MR. A. T. WHITCOMB,
IND PROF. J. II. GARDNER,
In au entertainment that has positively never
been equalled by any other Company in tho
Admission 91.00. Seats eau bo secured at
Bryan A MoOarter's Bookstore, without oxlra
chargo. Price for Children, (to Matinee only,)
25 cents. W. W. FOWLER".
Feb 19 6
Spring Seed Oats. I
ftf\f\ BUSHELS WHITE SEED OATS, !
\.)UU for salo low. by KD. HOPE.
OA KITH MOUNTAIN BUTTER, rresh and
tU\1 good, for sale by LOWRANCE A CO.
HAS received another shipment of his well
known LIGHTNING ROD. and is now
prepared to fill all orders left at Post Office.
PLANTING and for table uso:
Early Rose, Earlv Goodrich, Pink-eye,
Peach Blow, Chili Red.
For sale by GEO. SYMMERS.
ALOT Of FINE DIAMOND RINGS will bo
sold at New York prices, if called for
in the next ten days. WILLIAM GLAZE,
Feb 18 8 Late Glaxo Ac Radcliffe.
For Sale or Rent,
MONE of tho moat elegant RESIDENCES
ia tho city. Salo preferred, to change in?
vestment. Terms oasv. Apply to
POPE A HASKELL, Attorneys at Law,
Feb 5 Scott's Range, Main Street.
New Law Books.
THE New York Code, with notes and deci?
sions to 1808. Forms of Practice and
Pleading in Law and Equity, with referenco to
New York Codo, by Abbott-2 volumes. Whit?
taker's Practioo and Pleading under New York
Codo, 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 llodQeld on Negligence. Abbott Digest of
Law of Corporations. Smith Probate Law.
Redfield on Law of Willa. Blackwell on Tax
Titles, and a variety ot other u*w Law Books,
for salo at publishers' prices, at
Feb 8 BRYAN A MoOARTKR'S Rookstoro.
Ale and Porter
BREMEN LAGER REER.
Younger's Edinburgh Ale.
Hibber's London Porter. For sale by
Feb IC GEO BYMMKRS.
E. B. STOKES'
BUSK BOOK MANUFACTORY
Paper Ruling Establishment,
MAIN STREET, (JO LUM HI A, S. C.
BLANK BOOKS of all kinds, such
s Sheriffs', Clerks', Judgo of Pro?
bates', County Commissioners', Ac.
made to order, and Ruled to any
Pattern, of the bet paper and mate?
rials, with or without printed headings. Also,
Paged or Indexed, as required.
RECORD BOOKS, Day Booka. Journals,
Cash Books, Ledgers, Ac, tte, of iny own
! manufacture, kept constantly on hand, at the
LOWEST CASH PRICKS.
MUSIC, Periodicals. Newspapers, Law
Boo kn, and any other work, Bound in tho
$W SATISFACTION OIVKN TO A IX. ' 6.1
Ha? now on hand a large stock of Blank
Book Papers-Medium, Demi, Flat Cap, Folio
Past, Plat Letter, Rill Head Paper, in packages
of 600-?ia, quarter and half ?beete, ah for
sale l,OW FOB CASH. Feb 4 fimo
South Carolina Medical Association. !
rpHE sr.iisil =r.ccti3g bf this ?&aoeUti?n will
X be hold in tbo citjr of Colombia, on tbs
second (2d) WEDNESDAY in March, the 9th.
Delegates will be passed on tba Railroads
for hau fare.
Arrangements havo been made for board at
tbe Columbia Hotels at reduced prices.
Coun ty Societies are allowed ono Delegat o
to every five of its regular members.
J. S. BUIST, M. D.,
Feb 17_Recording Score tar y.
WILLIAM OLA Z~?T
(LATE GLAZE db RADCLIFFE,)
HAS just reoeivod a fino lot of tho cele?
brated Nardiner and Jacot Stem Wind?
ing GOLD WATCHES. These Watches are
thc best Watches made.
Fub 13 H _WILLIAM GLAZE.
Karly Gardens. Early Fruit.
ONION SETS, Whito Silver Skins,
Onion Sets, Bcd Wctheraflcld,
Extra Early Peas,
Early Hoad Lettuce,
Early Blood Beets,
Preen Seeds, direct from Laudreth, for sale
at FISHER A HEINITBH'S Drug Store.
Hoes, Steel and Iron.
QAA DOZEN Brade's CROWN HOES, aa
OUU sorted sizes.
20,000 lbs. English PLOW STEEL, assorted
50,000 lbs. Genuine SWEDES IRON, assort
The above are of direct importation frorr
Stockholm, Birmingham and Sheffield, anc
are, therefore, of superior qualities to North
ern imitations._J. *T. B. AGNEW.
? XCHANGE H OU 8E .
J l'ST RECEIVED,
pi EN Ul NE imported Dutch CURACOA.
\JC Genuine imported Swiss Absyntho.
Genuine imported Champagne-(To order.
('onealar Seal, Rodcuir Cabinet.
CrehJC D'Bbuzy, Dry Verzeuay.
1 cask Gordon Sherry, guaranteed.
1 cask Hennessey Brandy, guaranteed.
fr (\ BOXES SOAP and CANDLES.
?JU 5.000 lbs. Bacou Sides, Shoulder* an
Coffee, Sugar, Mackerel, Ac.
100 barrels Flour.
Iron and Steel, Plows ami Plow Irons, Cai
riago Materials, Ac, Ac.
Our prices are always adjusted to moot th
lowest f?garos iu the market.
Feb 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
K. ALL that LOT of LAND, situated ar
?f?2 being in thc- city of Columbia, on ti
MilfLcorncr of Richland and Assembly street
fronting 270 feet on Richland street, and K
feet on Assembly stroet. On tho lot are tv
Cottage Dwellings and good Well of Water.
For further information, apply to
Feh 4 18? OFORGE p. HOPE.
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAI
RIAGES is just opened at tho corner
Assembly and Lady streets, near the Po
Office. AU persons in any way interested a
invited to call and examine sumo of tho tiue
specimens of design and workmanship th
can be produced. Thrwo vehicles havo bei
bought right, and will be sold low. Tho styl
are thc very latest-tho quality unsurpaasc
and every effort will be made to atTord laatii
satisfaction and pleasure to those uxtendii
their patronage to the subscriber.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENFIELD.
Crackers ! Crackers ! !
FOR the convenience: of families, wo ha
just received a supply of Fresh CRAC
ERS, a ?sorted, in ten pound boxes, consist?
of Boston, Butter, Cream, Egg, Milk and I
tent Assorted Crackers, which will be fou:
very convenient to houBC-keopors.
Feb 5 J. A T. R. AGNEW,
To all Whom it May Concern.
HAMBURG, 8. C., JANUARY IC, 1870
BEING appointed and commissioned us t
Receiver of the Hamburg Rank, all pi
ties having transactions with said Han!: \\
communicate with . FRANK ARNIM
Pianos ! Pianos ! ! Pianos! ! !
^?MBOga| JUST received from the Fi
S?JjWP^3Btory, and for sale at a bargain
I I S1 X I "magnificent 7] Octavo PIA]
FORTE, of superior finish and unsurnasf
in tollu. Also, un excellent socond-hu
PIANO. Piano Fortes of the most colebrai
makes furnished at manufactory prices.
Pianos. Melodcona and Organs tuned and
paired in tho most complete manner, on r
sonable terms. WM. H. ORCHARD,
Piano Forto Agency, corner of Bull am
Richland streets. Jan '2
TUE undersigned gives notice that on
25th day of February next, ho will ap
to W. H. Wigg, Esq.. Judge of I'robate
Richland County, at bis office, at 10 o'clock
m., for a final discharge as Guardian of Sa
Hammond, Elizabeth Hammond, Mar
Hammond, Rebecca Hammond and M
Hammond. JOHN MOTLEY, Ji
Jan 23_ fl
Fresh Norfolk Oysters,
RECEIVED EVERY DAY, and families
be supplied in any quantity, at
Nov 24 J. E. HEIST'S RESTAURAN*!
Patent Magic Powder.
1 f\f \ DOZEN Patent Magie POWDER
,L\_/ V-/ cleaning and polishing Tin, Sil
Cutlery, Brass, Plated Wares, Ac, Ao. 1
Powder saves time and labor to the hoi
Keeper, and acts like magic in cleaning the
riollH kinds of wares named above. Givo
trial, and it is guaranteed to givo satiBfact
For salo only by J. A T. R AG NEV
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS and ON
SETS, at wholcaalo and retail.
Jan 14 EDWARD HOP
-I f\f\ DOZEN ROYAL RAKING POWE
IV/\J and Andrew's Excelsior YEAST P
OE RH. on hand for salo low by
Jan 'Jt"? J. A T. R. AONF/
Fine Gold Watches
i Mt\\%<^i*3mw\ ?^ a" descriptions, for Ls
JKsfr^kw ?nd Gentlemen, for Hale at
t??St??H? WILLIAM GLAZE'S
Ono door Noith of Me
Scott A William?' Banking House. Dec
Creme De La Creme.
\ i\f\ RARRELS verv Superior FA1
lA/U FLOUR, tor salo low by
J*ri 2G EDWARD noi
HEISE'S DINING- SAL0C
"i IS OPENED for theft*
I WqgS?SEASON, *ith choice ?
OYSTERS, GAME, Ac, together with Jj
I everything that is usually kept in a ilrst
av LUNCH every day at ll o'clock.
I J ?%?r BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, li
I EARLY OOODRICH,
For sale low for oaeh, by
! Jan IS .DWABD HOI
BY D C. PELXOTTO & SON.
TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, the Slot
instant, at 10 o'clock, in front of our Auction
Room, we will soil,
3 fine young MULES, well broken and aold
for no fault.
Salo positivo, and no reserve, aa tho owner
intends leaving the city.
Conditions cash. Feb 20 1
I liucon. Coffee, Lard, Cheese, Butter, An.
BY O. C. PE?X0TTO & BON.
ON TUE8DAY MORNING, 22d inst., at 10
o'clock, at oar Auction Room, we will posi?
tively soil, to close accounts,
i 5,000 lbs. primo D. S. and 8mokod Bacon
3,000 lbs. prime D. 8. and Smoked Western
I 2.000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon,
i 25 boxes assorted Candy.
20 boxes Adamantino Candi- -J.
10 bags prime Rio Coffee,
10 kegs primo Goshen Batter,
25 kegs Extra and Natural Lard,
20 boxes Colgate'* Soaps,
100 bbls. Family Flour.
Bale positive, feb 20
William M. WUsou c*. A. J. Berry, agent
Warrant af Attachment.
BY virtue of a warrant of attachment in tin
above stated case, and in purauanco o
an Act of tho General Assembly of the State o
8onth Carolina, passed on tho twonty-fourtl
day of September, Anno Domini 1868, I wil
sell, in front of the Court Houao. in Columbia
on the FIRST MONDAY in March next, withii
the legal hours,
The entire stock inorado of the defendant
consisting of Drugs, Medicines, Ac.
Terms of Sale-Cash.
P. F. FRAZEE,
Feb 20 mth Sheriff of Richland Ooun ty.
Sale of the Laurens Railroad.
JACOB LEVIN, A VC TIO NEE IL
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Coi.cuitiA,' January 26, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appointe
Receiver of tho Laut ons Railroad Con:
! panv in tho nani State, and having duly qua
j lficd for said office, notico is hereby given thal
pursuant to orders herctoforo passed in th
Court of Common Pleas for Laurens Count]
j in the said State, I will BCII to the highci
: bidder, at public auction, tho property of th
j said Laurens Railroad Company, described a
I follows: Tho Railroad of the said Coin pan;
running from Newberry village to Lauren!
ville, including ibo road-bod, right of way an
? lands occupied by or belonging to tho Bai
| Company, together with the several sup?
structures and tracks thereon, and all rai
and other materials used on the same, ar
I all and singular the several bridges, viaduct
j culverts, fences, depot grounds and building
thereon, station-houses, work-shops, engine
? tenders, cars, tools, materials and machiner
i equipments and appnrtenauces of every kin
and all the stock subscribed for in tho sa
Company, and all other property bolongin
appertaining to, or in any manner connect?
with or forming a part nf tho said Laurel
1 Railroad Company, and all franchises, righ
and privileges of tho said Laurens Railroi
Company, of, in, to, or concerning the sam
And upon such sale all equity of redempth
in tho said premises shall be forever barn
and absolutely foreclosed.
The said sale shall tako place, at the Sta
House, in tho city of Columbia. South Car
liua, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on tho 30th d
of March, in the present vear. on tho folio
ing terms, that is to say, ?42 000 cash, and t
robiduu in six per cent, coupon bonds of t!
State of South Carolina at par, or in priva
bonds, payable in one, two and three yeal
bearing interest at tho rate of seven pt-r cei
per annum, payable semi-annually, with :
sured personal security and mortgage of t
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Receiver Laurens R. R. Co
RICULANU-Ia ras COMMON PLEAS- li* EQUI
Marv Brennan, Executrix, and John Ague
Executor, as. Joseph C. Brennan and othc
Bill fur sale of Heal Estate io pay debts, Ac
PURSUANT to tho decretal order of 1
Honor Judge Melton, in tho abovo st .tl
aase. I will sell, on tho first MONDAY
March next, in front of the Court House,
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All i bat LOT of LAND, with tho Btlildii
thereon, situated in the city ot Columbia,
tho corner of Gates and Medium stree
bounded on the North by Medium street; E
by Gate? street; South by lot of Graham t
West by lot of Graham.
All that Lot of Land, with the Buildii
Ibereon, situated in tho city of Columbia,
the corner ot Lady and Gadsden stroi
bounded on the North by Lady street; East
tho Gas Works and lot of Sprowl; South
Gervais street and West by Gadsden slr
and lot of William McGuinuis.
All that Lot ot Laud, with thu Buildii
thereon, situated in tho city of Columbia,
tho corner of Sumter and Pendleton atm
bounded on tho North by lot of Rpellm
Ea.-t by lot of Loomis; South by Pendle
street and West by Sumter street.
THUMS OK SAIX. - One-half cash, toget
with the coats of these proceedings; balanc
twelve months, with interest from the da
sale, secured by bond, with two or moro g
sureties and a mortago of thc premises. I
chaser to pay for stamps and (tapers.
Vt tb 15 mth P. F. FKAZEK. S. lt. (
Under order of Judge of Probate. John
Humphrey, ft ur., vs. George Price, ri c
Petition for Sale of It*al Estate.
IN pursuance of an order made by Will
Dutson Wigg, Judge of Probate for lt
land County, I will sell, on tho first MONI
in Mandi next, in front of tho Court lionet
Columbia, within tho legal hours.
All that TRAC Tot LAND, in Richland Ct
ty, containing three hundred (300) ar
moro or less, tho same being originally tl
separate tracts- purchased of James Si ai
Benjamin Edwards and William Joy; bom
on thu North by lands of Mary Price and
Brain; East by lands of Mrs. Tunu r Bro
South hv lands of Robort L?rick and I)
i?lkine, and West by lands of Andrew Rbi
TERMS OE BALE.-Cash onough to pay
cost of these proceedings, and one-halt
tho bal mee to bo paid in twelve months I
day of salo, with interest thereon, to be
cured by bond and a mortgage of tho
mises. Thc purchaser to pay forat-imps
papers. P. F. FRA ZEE, S. li.
Feb lil rn
Sherill 's Sale.
Wm. Wheeler Moyo, by neut friend, vs. ?
lt. Brow n, Administrator. - In Equity
IN pursuance of tho decretal order ol
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, in
ab-ive stated case. I will se]), on tho
MONDAY in March, 1870. in front of tue C
Mouse, in Columbia, within tho legal hon
All that T??ACT of LAND, in Rich
County, containing 200 acres, more or
bounded North by P.lizabeth Bruns'land;
by Gilbert Oaruer and Joseph Bates; S
and Weat by Cougareo River and Jos. Ba
A Tract of Land, situate in St. Matth
Parish,containing 260 acres, more or IOSH
bounded on all sides by Conga re.- River, I
The abovo de&cribtd property will be ai
thc risk of the former purchaser, he ht
failed to comply with tho terms of sale.
Ti.HMM OE SALK-Cash softlciciit to pay
and expenses of suit and sale; and the ba
on a credit of one, two and three year
cured by bond and mortgage of the pren
Purchasers to pty for stamps and papen
Fob 1J mth P. P. PHAZER, S. R
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri faoiaa, to
me directed, I will aell, oo the Brat MON?
DAY in March next, hi front of the Court
HOUHO. in Columbi?, within the leg?! hov?,
the following property, vis:
All that HOUSE and LOT, in the oily of Co?
lumbia, situate on Assembly etreet; bounded
OJ the North by M. H. Berry; East by Thoma?
Davis ; South by Davis' Alloy, and oo tho Woa t
by Assembly street. .
Levied on as the property of Charlea J. Bel?
li?, at tbn anit of Mary Allen si si, vs. Charier.
J. Bollin. Tormo caab.
Feb 13 roth_P. F. FBAZEE, 8. B. 0.
I Elias Oradicke va. Jj. B. DeSanaaure, Admi?
nistrator, et ai.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in the
above sta'ed ease, I will sell, befara the
Court Houae. in Columbia, on the drat MON?
DAY in March next, within th* legal hours,
All that lot. piece or parcel of LAND, in tho
city of Columbia, con tai nmg one aero, moropr
leas; bounded oh the North by landa AT Au?
gustus Cooper; East by lands of A. Fr?xor;
South by Wheat street and West by Assembly
TEUMB.-One-third cash: balance ona ere
di t of one, two, three and four yoara, with Ut?
terest from date, payable annually, secured
by bond and a mortgage of tho premises sold;
buildings to be insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser will pay for stamps and papers, and
will bo expeetod to comply forthwith.
Feb 15 mth_P. F. FBAZEE, Sheriff.
BBB Sheriff 's Sale.
BY virtue of a writ of .fieri faoias, Lo noe di?
rooted, I will sell, on th? hmt MONDAY
in March next, in front of the Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, with the buildings
thoroon, in tho city of Columbia, containing
ono acre, and bounded on the North by --
Smith,-Burdell and -- Taylor? on the
East by T. D. Feaster; on tho South by Lady
street, and on the Wost by /Gadsden atroot.
i Levied on as the property of Albert lt. Colton,
at the snit of Horace L. Emory A Son vs. Al?
bert B. Colton. Will bo sold at the risk arid
\ cost of tho former purchaser, Franklin F. Mil?
ler, he having failed to comply with terms of
sale. Terms cash.
Feb l?mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S. B. C.
Under order of Judge of Probate. W. W. Bife
ea. T. C. Bife, et aL-In Partition. ?
IN pursuance of an order made by Wm. Hat?
son Wigg. Judge of Probate for Richland
> County, I will sell, on* tho drat MONDAY in
March next, in front of the Court Houae, in
Columbia, within abe legal boura.
All that LOT of LAND, situated in.tho oity
of Columbia, containing ono-half acre, moro
i or loss, known in the plan of said city aa Let
No. 100; bounded on tho North by Ger?*!s
street; West by Williams street; South ?nd
East by land now owned by Charles Hambs ?3=
THUMS OF SALK.-One-third cash; balanqo in
one and two years, secured by bond and mort
gago of the premises. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papers. P. F. FRAZEE,.
FcbJT!^mth_ 9. B. 0.
BY virtue of a writ of flerifneiaa, to me'di?
rected, I will sell, on the first MONDAY
? in March next, in front of tho Conrt House, in
i Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that PLANTATION or TBACT of LAND,
in Richland County, containing eleven' hun?
dred (1.100) acres, more or loas, and bounded
on the North by- Mc Rae; on the North
ean t by H. Ravan; South-east by D. Wilson;
South by lands formerly of Dr. D. W. Raj:
South-west by D. W. Ledingham; North and
North-west by T. Brown and Mrs. Gouldtng.
Levied on aa tho property of John Lcdingh?tn,
deceased, at tho Hint of Andrew P. Vinson,
Assignee, vs. Francis Ledingham, Administra?
trix of the estate of John Ledingham.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8 B. 0.
DRY GOODS 1
MW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
WE take pleasure in announcing to tho
public, that we have this day opened a
fine stuck of DRY GOODS, of every doecrip
tiun, and shall always have OH hand a fin?
assortment of all the varions Goods appertain?
ing to our trade.
Our Dress Goods Department
I Shall always be replete, with the latest style*
of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empresa
Cloths, Merinos, Dolaines and Operas, tb all
colors. Prints of all grades and makes.
TABLE LINENS, in all styles, Damasks
Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diapers ot
In J RANS, CA8SIMERES, BBOADOLOTHS,
DOESKINS, we shah always have a complete
In BLEACHED GOODS, SHEETINGS and
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTONS, wo
shall offer great inducements.
In GLOVES, HOSIERY, GENTS WEAB,
Collars, Merino Draw ors and Shirts, a fine Se?
lection and bargains.
A fine assortment of NOTIONS on hand.
Call and seo us, at tho New Store, io Diercka
new building, under tho old Einslcr Hall.
Deo 2 8mo S. W. PORTER A CO.
8, & V. C, SWAFFIELD.
H I 1
Our stock of CLOTHING and HATS will ba
sold ar. GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, until
the olese of the. season. Our stoek ia still com
\ lete, and ne are constantly adding to it
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS, ?
Wo have?, number of
Ladies' Traveling Trunks,
Which will be *old at oost. They are r??W and
of (hw best manufacture.
In Cheap li lack and F an OJ 8ATTINET
SUITS, we can atill ?apply oar Jobbing Trade.
E? & W. C. SWAFFIELD.