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HAVANA. February 22.-A report was
lately set afloat here, by aa American, .
that *??js??i? Frank?st, o? thV uoulug.
smock Fallon, bad helped the assassin
of Crestauon to escape from Key Wost;
and bed maded Coi; Ticker in Cnba. On
tho arrival of his vessel, this morning, a
party ot mea put off in a boat, wno
towed to the smack, called for the eap
tttrand threatened his Ufe, The latter
becoming alarmed, took refuge on board
the British man-of-war Eclipse. The
men in the boat, finding that the cap?
tain had disappeared, all returned to
?hore, without molesting the crew of the
schooner. Through tho efforts of the
new O^n^^^^tl, gaddle,- they have
PAMS/ ' iWW?ry . tS. -T-Dospatches
from Vienna any the Austrian Govern?
ment, if it secures the co-operation of
Napoleon, pfopoees to convoke the Ca?
tholic powers to opposo Papal preten?
LONDON, February 23.-The commer?
cial treaty between Austria and Great
Britain has been ratified. The contract
for a new line of steamers between Sid?
ney and California via Honolulu has
been signed. The new c?ble to connect
with tho West India Islands is ready to
WASHINGTON, February 23.-The Mis?
sissippi bill was signed to-day.
Previous to signing the Mississippi
bill, the President accepted Ames' re?
Seoretnry Fish has advices that Anson
Burlingame died at St. Petersburg, nt
ll o'clock to-day.
In th?' House, four Mississippi mem?
bers wero sehted. Utah was up for con?
In the House, Burlinganie's?ideath was
announced. The Utah bill was dis?
cussed. The appropriation bill was con?
sidered and an amendment adopted
allowing females to act as assistaut
Whittomor?'s case was resumed. He
made a strong appeal, under oath, for
further time. Butler, disavowing any
intention to vote on the question, snnk-n
os attorney for Whittem?re. A motion
to grant him twenty days was defeated
A motion to grant him indefinito time
waa defeated, by a vote of 155 to 39.
The previpus question on expulsion was
then, ordered. This gave Logan the
floor for an hour. He yielded in favor
of Whittemore, in order that he might
have farther time to defend himself.
Tho vote ou the direct question will be
taken to-morrow. Adjourned.
There was au immense crowd in the
House to-day. The expulsion of Whitte
moro to-morrow is confidently expected.
Great excitement exists. Whittemore's
friends threaten that many others shall
follow him. It takes a two-thirds vote
In the Senate, tho Reconstruction
Committee agreed to report a bill for tho
re-admission of Georgia, precisely like
that for Mississippi.
In the Senate, tho Committee on Mili?
tary and Naval Affairs were instructed
to inquire into tho expediency of abo?
lishing the West Point and Naval
Schools, and the assignment of suitable
persons to colleges throughout the
country to teach the art of war.
The admission of the Mississippi Sena
tors provoked a long debate. Tho color?
ed Senator Bevels was ou the floor. Tho
question turned upou the legitimacy of
his credentials, but no objection, so far.
bas been made on account of color. The
credentials were finally received, and tho
question, at adjournment, was upon their
reference to the Judiciary Committee.
The Republicans manifest no disposition
to refer them, and Bevels' admission is
but a question of a few hours.
Internal revenue receipts to-day
The Treasury has a balauco of $102,
000,000 ia gold, and $850,000,000 in
1,000 barrels of whiskey wore seized
at Buffalo to-day.
The Senate will concur in tho House
amendments to the disability bill.
INDIANAPOLIS, February 23.-Tho Re?
publican State Convention met here this
afternoon. Gen. Thomas M. Brown, of
Randolph County, was elected perma?
nent Chairman, with one Vioe-Presidont
from each Congressional District, and
Rev. W. T. Malone, (colored,) of New
Albany, as vice-President from the State
at large. The colored vice-President
was conducted to the platform amid the
most deafening cheers of tho delegates.
There are two colored delegates present
from Wayne and three from Floyd.
NOBFOLK, February 23.-A throe
masted steamer is ashore ten miles be?
low Cape Henry; name unknown.
RICHMOND, February 23.-Franklin
B. Hovey, of New York, was killed by a
drunken soldier to-day, who, after firing
several shots at the police, was arrested.
The bill allowing twelve por cent in?
terest on special contraots is a law.
The Governor recommends tho passage
of an Act compelling persons elected or
appointed to ollieo to swear that they
" are not disqualified by tho Constitution
of tho United States.
SALT LAKE, February 23.-The oppo?
sition ticket to the regular church ticket
received 300 out of over 3,000 votes.
Several women voted.
CHIC?OO, February 23.-A despendo
fight, is reported to have ocourred be?
tween 300 Sioux and Crow Indians.
Tho Chief, Spotted Eagle, was killed.
All tho Crows were killed. Tho Sioux's
lost seventeen killed and many wounded.
M ONT (i OM EDY , February 23. - Tho
Judge of the Supreme Court refused a
writ of Supersidias io Price, mayor of
Mobile. The action confirms Harring?
ton as mayor of Mobile.
jfoBTBBBs mormon, r ?5 urti ?ry as?.
ThjreyjrjrfgraitfjtHflfrftll twMKIft?ptt ??
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COLTJMEIA, Febrnary 23.-Salesof opt
ton to day about 40 bniaa-middlings
NKW YORK, February 28-Noon.
Stocks uusottled. Money, essy,. nt 5@<3.
Exohaoge-long 8J?. -?botf-Stf. Gold
heavy, sfc l?fh ?S'v'oo^?, 15^.
Tonnesseo's, cx-coupon, 56j?; new 49%;
Virginia^, ex-coupon,, ?2; new
Louisiana's, old, 72; lev?e G's. 71k;
8's79J?; Alabama 8*a 6**8 60; Geor?
gia o's 81; 7's 92; Nor tb Carolina's,
old, 45%^new 22>?; Soath Carolina's,
old, 87>i; new 81J?. Cor.nl(g>2e. better
for new. Fork quiet-moss ' 2(5.62%. j
Lard doll, at 15?!?. OotCStt unsettled,
at 24.%. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy and lower, with
sales of 2,500 bales, at 24@24>?. Flour
quiet and firm-superfine State 4.75@ !
5.00; common to fair extra. Southern
email@example.com. Wheat l@2o. lower-winter
red and amber Western firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn-new scarce, and 2@3c. better;
mixed Western 85@93. Pork drooping
-new 26 email@example.com. Lard drooping
kettle 16@16>?. Whiskey unchanged.
Groceries quiet and firm. Freights un?
changed. Money easy, at 5@6. Sterl?
ing unchanged. Gold weak, at Ul}i(&
18. Government's firm. Southern se?
curities generally firm.
BALTIMORE, February 23.-Cotton
nominally 23J^(g>24. Floor fairly active
and firm-Howard street superfino-. 4.75
(?5.00. Wheat dull-primo to choice
Maryland 1.45. Corn-wh?t? . 95@98;
yellow 92@93. Oats 52@54. Bye 93?
95. Pork firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon aetive
and firm. Lard 16}?. Whiskey quiet,
at 1.00. . ,
CINCINNATI, February 23.-Corn dull
and dry lots source but wanted, nt 73@
74; the great bulk arriving is more or
less injured. Whiskey firm-cash 94;
time 95. Fork firm, at 27.50. Bacon
firm-shoulders 12??@12??; sides 16@
17. Lard-kettle U}?. Other Western
NEW OBI?EANS, February 23.-Cotton
steady and in fair demund-middling
GALVESTON, February 23.-Cotton
firm-good ordinary 19.
MOBILE, February 23.-Cotton firm
SAVANNAH, February 23.-Cotton tend?
ing down-middling 23.
AUGUSTA, February 23.-Cotton mar?
ket quiet-middlings 23.
CHARLESTON, February 23.-Cotton
PARIS, February 23.-The Bourse
opened firm-rentes 74.
LONDON, February 23-Noon.-Con?
sols 92.%. Bonds 89jj,'.
LIVERPOOL, February 23-3 P. M.
Cotton steady-uplands ll >?@11 %; Or?
LIVERPOOL, February 23-Evening.
Cotton 11%@11%; Orleans llj,i; sales
MARK TWAIN'S HOTEL.-Having lately
opened a hashery, I send you these, my
rules and regulations:
This house shall be considered strictly
None but the brave deserve tho fare.
Persons owing bills for board will be
bored for bills.
Boarders who do not wish to pay in
ad vaneo ure requested to advance and
Boarders aro expected to wait on tho
colored cooks-for meals.
Sheets will bo changed ouco in six
mouths-or more, if necessary.
Double boarders can have two beds
with a room in it-or two rooms with a
bed in it, as they choose.
Boarders aro requested to pull off their
boots before retiring, if they can conve?
niently do so.
Beds with or without bugs.
All money and other valuables aro to
bo loft in caro of the proprietor. This
is insisted on, os he will be responsible
for no other losses.
Inside matter will not bo famished
for editors under any consideration.
Relatives coming to make a BIZ months'
visit will be welcomed; but when they
bring their household furniture, virtue
? will ooase to bo a forbearance.
Although it is a sin to take anything
from or add anything to the Scripture,
yet tho Morris and Essex Railroad have
been guilty of that offence. A man
named George Scripture had his head
taken off by a locomotive on the 16th,
near Port Murray Station.
A woman at Prairie da Chien, Wis.,
filled a kerosene lamp while burning,
and had a lovely bonfire, barning several
houses. Sho was not burned herself, bat
has ono less child to wash and iron for.
The neighbors dug it out of the ruins for
A Massachusetts clergyman said, in a
lecture n night or two ago, that if the
right of suffrage was granted to women
as he feared that it would be, he would
predict of this country that liberty would
end in vanity.
A California man who says he noticed
that a great number of fish died during
a recent season of drought, bas made a
new conundrum, viz: Do salt water fish
need a little fresh water to slake their
Tho editor of tho Berkshire, Massa?
chusetts, Eagle, writes from an inkstand
made from a human skull. Well, a dead
skull eau furnish brains for some of those
SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. John P. Breden?
berg, a well known German citizen, was
found dead in his bed yesterday morn?
ing. It is supposed that he died of
heart disease. - Charleston Courier.
There were 22 deaths in Charleston
for tho week euding the 19th-whites 9,
The weak and emaciated mother say.*):
"My health and strength is restored bf
^he use of" SOLOMONS'BITTE?6*. N21
i?""1-*1! ifiwi ii-in ?mn?,r .
Wtow*st?AT, F?Barj?KT 28, 1870.
? ^smfA*6. ??? '
The following bills' wero ordered to be
??grossed for B> third reading :.. To defino
tho criminal jutisdictioh pf ? Urial Jaar
tfoos; joint resolution (frgrtrl^W?b*
mitteo on the Jndioiary) for the W?????m
Mary Taylor; bill to incorporate the
Stonewall Fire Engine Company, of
Chester; bill to vest in the Oleras of the
Courts all the rights, po wars and duties
conferred noon the late Commissioner in
Eqn ! ty by the Act of December 21, A. D.
1857, entitled "An Act to provide for
tb? administration of dorelict estates,"
and to amend said Acts; to incorporate
Wilmington and Carolina Kail rond Com?
Tue report of tho oommittee on the
acconnt of Dr. J. F. Harrall, was adopted.
A bill to enforce the provisions of the
civil rights bill of the United States
Congress, and for other purposes, was
debated up to the hour of recess.
The Speaker of the House attended in
the Senate, when the following Acts
were ratified : To establish a ferry over
the Wncoamaw River, in Horry County,
and to vest tho same in J. J. Reaves, his
hoirs or assigus; to authorize the sale of
a lot of land in the oity of Columbia to
tho Zion Baptist Church; to provide for
tho payment of teachers for services ren?
dered during the fiscal your commencing
November ?, A. D. 1868, and ending
October SI, 1809: to authorize- the form?
ation of a company for the construction
of a turnpike road through or near Sas?
safras Gap, and known as Sassafras
Gap Turnpike Company; to alter and
amend the charier and extend tho limits
of the city of Columbia; to determine
tho time when tho salaries of County
School Commissioners shall be paid,
and to fix the date of the first meeting
of the State Board of Education; to
amend an Act to incorporate the Charles?
ton Board of Trade; joint resolution t?
chango tho name of Alexander Henry
Riley to Alexander Henry Buchanan.
A bill to incorporate the Enterprise
Railroad was read the third timo and
A bill to enforce the provisions of the
civil rights bill of the United States
Congress, and to secure to the people the
benefits of a repnblican government in
this State, was indefinitely postponed,
by a vote of 21 yeas to 22 nays.
At 7:45, adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. Wells introduced a Bill to incor?
porate the Bay Point Rail Road Compa?
A number of bills in possession of
committees won? ordered to bo placed
in the hands of the Clerk, for safe keep?
A joint resolution to authorize tho
Committee of Investigation for the
Third Congressional District to make a
similar investigation for tho Fourth Con?
gressional District was agreed to.
The following bills were read and or?
dered to bo enrolled: To amend an Aol
to purchase the Colaftibin Canal ; to
amend an Act entitled an Act for tho
appointment of a Land Commissioner,
aud to define his duties and powers,
with amendments; to extend tho timo
for tho completion of the Port Royal
A bill to make appropriations and
raise supplies for tho fiscal year com?
mencing November 1, 1869, was con?
sidered until the recess. [Among its
provisions are: $30,000 for tho State
constabulary; contingent aecount of the
State, including expenses of this Gene?
ral Assembly, $125,000; to meet the de?
ficiency in tho appropriations for 1868
to 1869, 813,450.24; for repairs and
extensiou of tho Lunatic Asylum,
$10,000; for repairs of the University,
810,000; for building a vault for Comp?
troller-General's office, 85,000; for fitting
up tho State House, 830,000; to defray
tho expenses of tho enrolment, organiza?
tion und equipment of tho militia,
$50,000; for payaient of the interest on
the public debt, 8350,000; for payment
of the Adjutant-General and tho Assist?
ant Adjutant-General, 84,000.]
The House resumed the consideration
of the bill to make appropriations and
raise supplies for the fiscal year from
November 1, 1869, as amended. Tho
bill was read tho second time nnd
ordered to bo engrossed for a third read?
A number of bills from tho calendar
were read the second time and ordered
to bo engrossed for a third reading.
THU REIGN OF IGNORANCE.-An ex?
change truthfully says: Tho present is
the age of little men. Never before in
the history of this country have so many
men of inferior intellectual abilities held
prominent positions in the government,
and this remark applies equally to nearly
all the Stato governments. At n time
tho most important in its history, tho
affairs of the nation are under the con?
trol of men wanting in tho distinguish?
ing characters of statesmanship, and
hatred, bigotry and malice, rather than
patriotism and a love of justice inspiro
all their acts. The London Spectator
sneeringly alludes to this fact, as evi?
denced in tho dispatches of Secretary
Fish. It says they "impress us pain?
fully with tho inferiority of tho new
lt is said that a new description of
lava is being thrown from tho crater of
Vesuvius sinco tho last eruption, con?
sisting of crystalized salt. This beauti?
ful phenomenon has hitherto beeu un?
known in volcnnio natural history.
A temperance writer proves conclu?
sively, in his own opinion, "that wine
can only be used for sacramental pur?
poses," but ho proves tho same thing
concerning bread, though ho does not
seem to see it.
Tho railroad bridgo over tho Brazos
rivor between Hempstead and Brcuham,
Texas, has been burned.
"Ohl what au excellent Tonic," is the
language of tho invalid who uses SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
? ^i$1iftlbe>n ft eerrlblo storm and!
very high water in portions of Maine.
The w?t?r wu ; faventry-fi vo Ieee above
high imiter mark. Several hundred
dwellings in and around Augusta vere
floated from their foundation? and up?
set. A railroad bridge iras also swept
On Friday end Saturday a tremendous
storm raged in the West and North-west.
Six men aro supposed to have recently
frozen to death ht Fort Aberoombie, and
others Lavo disappeared in attempting
to travel through the snow. Sunday
was intensely cold in nil the Western
A Termont mau, tho Other day, sat
down on the edge of a shingle-shave; and
now, when he ?ranis toc?me down stairs,
he has to slide down the bnnistera on bis
stomach. He was satisfied with bis
pants before, but now he don't like the
cut of them.
"Just the thing!" Such is the excla?
mation of tho Dyspeptics who uso SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
Acacia Lodge No. 94, A. F. M.
A A regular communication will bo held
^%rin thu Hall, THIS EVENING, at 7
/\^\o'clock liv order of tho W. M.
Feb 241_ j. LEE DIXON, Secretary.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, February 23, 1870.
THE BOOKS aro now opouod for receiving
RETURNS of all Taxablo Proporty in
tho City, as required by tho "Ordiuanco to
raise supplies for tho year 1870." Tho atten?
tion of Tax-payers is called to Section 18 of
that Ordinance, imposing a ?ne of TEN PEU
CENT, upon their Tax, if not paid before the
15th day of March noxt. This penalty fer
neglecting or refusing to mako Returns and
paying tho Tax thereon will bo strictly en?
forced in ?ill cases.
j. s. MCMAHON,
Feb 24 19 City Clerk.
T xx 313 cMarxs-sr
SPRING GOODS E COLUMBIA !
WE havo just returned from Now York,
with a fol' and fresh supply of DRY
GOODS, of tho very latost European and
PLAID DELAINES, Challis, Poplins, Lenos,
Fancy Plaids, Ch?nes, English Barego, Spring
Delaines, Alpaca Lustres, (all colors,) Black
and Colored Silks, Black and Colored Satins,
Mozambiquos, Sprinrj prints, Linen Collars
aud Setts, Laco Collara and Sotts, Hardie
Sash Veils, Hardie Laco Nut Chomiscttcs,
Jaconet and Snip Edgings ami Insertions.
Also, Cotton Fringes and Laces.
OUR NOTIONS DEPARTMENT
Is verv completo and full.
BROWN AND BLEACHED SHIRTINGS,
Shootings and Pillow Casing, (both Linen und
Cotton,) Table Damask, (a splendid assort?
ment,) Towols, Doylies, Napkins, Maraeilloa
and Colorod Quilts, Fancy and Plaid Cassi
mcres, Tweeds, Doeskins aiid Broadcloths.
Tho above Goods aro for salo. Give us a
call, as we fool certain wo can ploaao you, not
only in prieo but fabric.
S. AV. PORTER ?Si CO.,
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
p. s,_Wc also have on hand "DONNAL
LY'S" celebrated BUCKSKIN GLOVES, manu?
factured in Virginia, which wc warrant to bo
genuine Buck. 8. W. P. A CO.
?X anney's XX all
Thursday, Friday,Saturdny, Fei?. 34,5,0
GRAND MATINEE, Saturday, at ;) o'clock
P. M., for tho accommodation of Fami?
lies and Schools.
THE SER?ER FAMILY
SWISS BELL RINGER S,
Who for the past three years have constituted
tho principal attraction of the Peak Family;
but will hereafter be known as an independent
organization. All tho favorites will appear,
MISS ANNIE BERGER,
SOL SMITH RUSSELL,
MISS MAUD STANLEY,
MR. A. T. WHITCOMB,
AND PROF. J. H. GARDNER,
In au entertainment that has positively never
been equalled by any other Company in tho
Admission SI.00. Scats can ho soenred at
Bryan A McCarter's Bookstore, without extra
charge. Price for Children, (to Matinee only,)
25 couts. W. W. FOWLER.
Feb 19 _ _ _fi_
SITUATIONS for a GOVERNESS, for
HOUSE-KEEPER and for a CHILD'S
NURSE. Address tho
Feb 23_Convont, Columbia, 8. C.
Taken Up, Yesterday,
TWO COWS, ono yellow and tho
other black. The owricr can havo
tthem, by proving properly and pay
.ing charges. Apply at this oftico.
ucl) '?? 3*
COLUMBIA, 8. C., FEBBUAHY 22, 1870.
SEALED proposals for finishing tho State
Capitol at Columbia, in accordance with
plans and specifications, will be received until
March 1, by tho Committee of tho General
Assembly on Stato House Repairs. Specifica?
tions may bo seen by calling upon Gen. J. B.
Dennis, at tho oftico of tho Adjutant and In?
spector General, Columbia, h. C.
J. K. JILSON,
Feb 23 5 Chairman Committee.
WHITE GOODS !
Brilliants, Brocade, India Twill,
Tapo Stripes and Checks, Satin Stripes,
Victoria and Bishop Lawns,
rsainuook and India Mull, Jaconets,
Swiss Mull, Bird-Eye Diaper, Linen Lawn,
Hamburg Edgings and Inaertinga,
Linen Edgings and Ineertings,
Swiss Edgings aud Insertings,
Laco Collars, Real and Imitation,
Linen Collars and Cuffs,
Doylies and Napkins,
Huckaback and Damask Towels,
Ladies' Frilled SkirtB.
An assortment of light Prints and Lawns,
for thc coming season.
Bleached and Brown Homcspuus, Ac.
JuBt received from New York.
Feb 20 C. F. .JACKSON.
Ale and Porter.
BREMEN LAGER BEER.
Younger'* Edinburgh Ale.
Hibber's London Porter. For Bale by
Feb 10 OEO. SYMMERN.
Bale of t?e LanrsnaBailroad.
JACOB LMVIir, AUCTIONEER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, January 26, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appointed
Receiver of the Laurens Railroad Com?
pany, in the said St a to, and having duly qual?
ified for Bald oftice, notice la hereby given that,
pursuant to orders heretofore passed in the
Court of Common Pleas for Laurens County,
in the said State, I will sell to the highest
bidder, at public auction, the property of the
said Laurens Railroad Company, described as
follows: The Railroad of tho said Company,
running from Newberry village to Laurens ?
ville, including the road-bed, right of way and
lands occupied by Or belonging to tho mud
Company, together with tho several super?
structures and track? thereon, and all rails
and other materials used on the Rime, and
all and singular the soveral bridges, viaducts
culverts, fences, depot grounds and buildings
thereon, station-housoe, work-shops, engines,
tenders, oars, tools, materials and machinery,
equipments and appurtenances of every kind,
and all tho stock subscribed for in tho said
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
and privileges of the said Laurens Railroad
Company, of, in, to, or concerning the eamo.
And upon such sale all equity of redemption
in tho said premises shall bo forover barred
and absolutely foreclosed.
Tho said salo shall tako place at tho state
II on HO, in tho city of Columbia, South Caro?
lina, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on tho SOth day
of March, in tho present vear, on tho follow?
ing terms, that is to say, ?42 OOO cash, and the
rosiduo in six por cout. coupon bonds of tho
state of Smith Carolina at par, or in privato
bonds, payable in one, two and three years,
bearing interest at tho rato of seven per cent,
per annum, payablo semi-annually, with as?
sured personal security and mortgage of the
promises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Receiver Laurons R. R. Co.
Sheri li's Sale.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri fac?an, to
mo directed, I will sell, on the first MON?
DAY in March next, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
tho following property, viz:
All that HOUSE and LOT, in the city of Co?
lumbia, situate on Assombly stroot; boundod
on tho North by M. H. Berry; East by Thomas
Davis; South by DaviB' Alley, and on thc Weat,
by Assembly street.
Levied on as tho property of Charles J. Bol
lio. at tho Btiit of Mary Allen et at, vs. Charles
J. Bellin. Terms cash.
Feb 13mth P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B.P.
BY virtno of a writ of fieri facias, to me di?
rected, I will sell, on tho first MONDAY
in March next, in front of the Court House, iu
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, with tho buildings
thereon, in tho city o? Conimbia, containing
imo acre, and bounded on tho North by
Smith,-Burdell and - Taylor; on the
East by T. D. Feaster; on tho South by Lady
stroot, and on tho Wost by Gadsdon street.
Levied on as the property of Albert R. Colton,
ai the suit of Jioraee L. Emory A Son ri. Al?
bert R. Colton. Will ho sold at tho risk and
coat of the former purchaser, Franklin F. Mil?
ler, he baring failed to comply with terms of
sale. Terms cash.
Feb 18 mth _RF. FRAZER, B. R. C.
Elias Gradicko vs. D. B. DeSaussure, Admi?
nistrator, et al.
PURSUANT to tho" decretal ortlor in tho
above stated caso, I will ecli, beforo tho
Court House, in Columbia, on tho first MON?
DAY in March next, within tho legal hours,
All that lot, piece or parcel of LAND, in the
city of Columbia, containing one acre, moro or
less; hounded on the North by lands of Au?
gustus Cooper; East by lands of A. Traeger;
South hy Wheat street and West by Assembly
TEHMS.-One-third cash; balance on a cre?
dit of one, two, threo and four years, with in?
terest from date, payablo annually, secured
by bond and a mortgage of the promises sold;
buildings to bo insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser will pay for stamps and papers, iud
will bo expected to complv forthwith.
Feb 15 mth P. F." FRAZER. Sheriff.
RICHLAND-IM TUB COMMON PLEAS-IN EQUITY.
Marv Brennan, Executrix, aud John Agnew,
Executor, os. Joseph C. Brennan and others.
?HU for nate of Heal Estate to pay debts, cte.
PURSUANT* to the decretal "order of his
Honor Judge Melton, in tho above stated
case. I will sell, on tho first MONDAY iu
March next, in front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within thc legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, with tho Buildings
thereon, situated in tho city of Columbia, on
tho coiner of Oates and Medium streets;
bounded on the North hy Medium street; East
by Gated street; South by lot of Graham and
West by lot of Graham, containing one-half
acre, moro or less, will bo sold in two lots, as
follows: Lot No. 1, with Residence on the
corner of Gates and Medium streets-bound?
od East by Gatos street, measuring thereon
101 feet 4 inches; and North by Medium, and
measuring thereon 101 feet 1 inches, moro or
less; and WY st by lot of ostato of Brennan,
hereafter described; and South by Graham,
containing ono-fourth of an aero, moro or loss.
Lot No. 2, containing one-fourth of an aero,
moro or less, bounded North by Medium
Btreet, and measuring thereon 104 feet 4
inches, moro or less: West and South by Gra?
ham: Eust by lot No. 1, as above described,
and measuring thereon 104 feet. 4 inches, moro
or less. .
All that lint of Land, with the Buildings
thereon, situated in tho city of Columbia, on
tho corner of Lady and Gadsdon streets;
bounded on tho North by Lady street; East by
tho Gas Works and lot of Sprowl; South by
Gervais street and West by GadBde.i Btrcot
and lot of William McGuinnis, which will ho
sold in tinco lots, each containing one-half
acre, moro or less, as follows: Lot No. 1,
bounded South hy Gervais street and measur?
ing thereon 104 feet 4 inchca, moro or less;
West by lot of McGuinnis 208 feet 8 inches;
East by lot of-; and North by lot No. 3.
Lot No. 2, bounded on tho North by Lady
street and measuring tharoon 104 feet 4 inches,
moro or less; Wost by Gadsden street, oppo?
site Joyner's stablo, and measuring thereon
203 feet H inches, moro or less; South by
McGuinnis; and East hy lot No. 3. Lot No.
3, bounded North hy Lady Btreot and measur?
ing thereon 104 foot 4 inches; South by lot
No. 1; East by GaB Works; and Wost by lot
No. 2 and measuring thereon208feet Hinches,
moro or loss.
All that Lot of Land, with tho Building's
thereon, situated in tho citv of Columbia, on
thc- corner of Sumter and Pendleton streets;
boundod on tho Nortli by lot of Spellman;
Eai>t hy lot of Loomis; South by Pendleton
street and West by Sumter street* containing
ono-half acre, moro or less, which will be sold
in two lots each, containing one-quarter acre,
moro or less; Lot No. 1, with tho buildings
thoroon, bounded North by Spellman 104 feet
4 inches; South by Pen dit-ton street 101 feet 4
inches; West by Snmto.* street 104 feet 4
inches, more or loss; and East by lot No. 2
hereinafter described. Lot No. 2, bounded
South by I'end le ton street 104 foot 4 inches;
North by Spellman; East hy Loomis; and
West by lot No. 1 101 feot 1 inches, more or
TEBMS or SALE -Ono-half cash, together
with the costs ol' these proceedings; balancoin
t wc Ive months, with interest from t hr day of
salo, securod by bond, with two or moro good
sureties and a niortago of the premises. Pur?
chaser to insure the promises and assign the
policy to tho Executors, aud to pay for stamps
Fob 15 mth P. F. FRAZER, S. R. C.
William M. Wilaon ?a.A.'?r H?frf, ?gsnt
Warrant ef Attachment.
BY virtue- of a warrant of attachment in the
above etated caso, and' in pursuance of
an Act of tho General Assembly of the Btato of
South Carolina, pasaed on the twonty-fourth
day of September, Anno Domini 1866, I will
sell, in front of the Court House, in Colombia,
on the FIRST MONDAY in March next, within
the logal honra, '
The entire stock in trade of tho defendant,
consisting of Drdgs, Medicines, Ac
Terms of Sale-Cash.
P. F. FItAZEE,
Fob 20 mth Sheriff of Richland County.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to me di*
rectod, X will eoU, on the drat MONDAY
in March next, in front of the Court House, in
Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that PLANTATION or TRACT of LAND,
in Richland County, containing eleven .Jinn'
dred (1.100) acres, more qr leas, and bounded
on the North by-MoRae; on tbe North?
east by H.Brown: South-east by D. Wilson;
South by lands formerly of Dr. D. W. Bay;
South-west by D. W. Ledingham; North and
North-wo at bj
Levied on aa
Assignoo, vs. Francis Lodingbam, Administra?
trix of tho estate of John Ledingham.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Under order of Judge of Probate. W. W. Rife
va. T. C. Rife, et al.-In Partition. ..
IN pursuance of an order mado by Wm. Hut
son Wigg, Judge of Probate for Richland
County, I will sell, on the first MONDAY In
Marah next, lu front of the Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal boura,
All that LOT of LAND, situated in tho city
of Columbia, containing one-half acre,.more
or less, known in the plan of said city aa Lot
No; 100; bounded on tho North by ?erV?f?
street; Westby Williams street; Sooth and
East by land now ownodby Charles. Hamburg?
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash; balance in
ono and two years, secured by bond and mort?
gage of tho premiaos. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papers. P. F. FRA ZEE,
Feb 13 mth_,_S. R. C.
Under order of Judge of Probate. John M.
Humphrey, et ux., ve. George Prico, et al.
Petition for Sale of Real Estate.
XN pursuance of an order ruado by William
II ut son Wigg, Judge of Probate for Rich?
land County, I will soil, on the first MONDAY
in March next, in front of the Court House, in
Columbia, within the legal hours.
All that TRACT of LAND, in Richland Coun?
ty, containing three hundred (3001 aerea,
moro or less, tho same being originally'three
separate tracts-purchased of James Martin,
Benjamin Edwards and William Joy; bounded
on the North by lands of Mary Price and
Brown; East by lands of Mrs. Turner Brown;
Sont h bv lands of Robert L?rick and David
Elkins, and West by lands of Andrew Rhymer.
TERMS OF SALE.-Cash enough to pay the
cost of these proceedings, and one-half, bid;
tho balanco to be paid in twelve montha from
day of salo, with interest thereon, to be se?
cured by bond and a mortgage of the pre?
mises. The purchaser to pay for stamps and
papers. P. F. FBAZEE, S. It. P,
Wm. Wheeler Moyo, by next friend, vs. Thoa.
R. Brown, Administrator.-In Equity.
IN purauanco of the decretal Ki ci o r of the
Clrcnit Court, sitting in Equity, in the
above stated caee, I will sell, on the first
MONDAY in March, 1870, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that TU ACT of LAND, in Richland
County, containing 200 acres, moro or less,
bounded North by EUz. Brown's land; East
by Gilbert Garner and Joseph Bates; South
and West by Congaree River and Jos. Bates.
A Tract of Land, situate in St. Matthew's,
Parish, containing 250 acres, more or less; and
bounded on all sides by Congaroo River, being
Tho above described property will be Bold at
thc risk of thc formor purchaser, he having
failed to comply with the terms of sale.
TERMS OF SALE.-Cash sufficient to pay costs
and expenses of suit and salo; and the balance
on a credit of one, two and threo yeara, se?
cured by bond and mortgage of tho premises.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers,
Feb 13 mth P. F. FBAZEE, S. R. C.
Spring Seed Oats.
BUSHELS WHITE SEED OATS,
for salo low, by ED. HOPE.
KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, frosh and
good, mr salo by LOWRANCE A CO.
pr ri BARRELS Fink-Eye and Goodrich
DU PLANTING POTATORS, just received
and for salo by _J. A T. h. AGNEW.
PT/A BUSHELS of genuino "Poeler" COT
OU TON SEED. W. C. FISHER.
*<Feb 17 _ $6 _
PLANTING and for table use:
Early Rose, Early Goodrich, Piuk-oye,
Peafih Blow, Chili Red.
For HaloJ>y_ GEO. 8YMMEBS.
THERE is a probability of the supply of
ETIWAN FERTILIZER being exhausted
by the next ten days, and we would advise our
friends to order early, if they wish any.
Feb 19 R. O'NE ALE A SON, Agents.
Bonds and Stocks.
GOLD AND SILVER .
UNCURRENT BANK BILLS,
Coupons, Mutilated Currency, Ac, Ac,
Ac, bought and sold by D. GAMBRILL,
Feb 15 3mo Offine Columbia Hotel Building.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for Bale. Mine
is the iinprovod BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels any other. The prico ia $2.50 per bnshcl.
Aa examination of my proofs will ho convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at thc growth, in Butcher Town.
Dec 3 N. POPE.
BARNWELL & MONTEITH,
.4 TTORNEYS A T LA W
AND SOLICITOUS IN EQUITY,
PRACTICE in Richland, Fairfield, Lexing?
ton and Newberry Counties. Ofiices Court
louise Range, Columbia, S. C.
NATHANIEL IJ.VKNWELL. WALTER 3. MONTEITH.
Jan 6 th?6_
DICKSONS IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
&ROWN from Seed purchased directly of
Mr. David Dickson, in 1807, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I will deliver tho Seed, sacked in good ordor,
at tho Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road; at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 per bushel, for all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, St. Matthew's, 8. C.
I respectfully refer to tho below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me lastapring,
lor information touching tho purity and nnpe
riorityof the Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. B. Tabor, Fort Motto ; P. M. Hou
fler, Esq., and Wm. Panlling, Esq., 8t. Mat?
thew'?; L. lt. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. B. Muller,
Esq.. Orangoburg Court House ; allcf Orange
burg County, S. C. Feb tl 3mo^