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PARIS. March 2G.-Liberia is prosecut?
ing ao active warfare against the neigh?
LONDON, March 26.-A severo snow
storm occurred to-day in England.
Tho riots in Pavia and Bologne have
The new - Peruvian gnano loan will
bo introduced in London.
'HAVANA, March 26.-Three broth?
ers, named Garon, havo been shot for
furnishing supplies to the rebels.
A severe engagement is reported to
have taken place near Los Tunos. No
WASHINGTON, March 26.-Thc Presi?
dent to-day nominated Vidal, of Louisi?
ana, Oonsul to Tripoli; Burger, of South
Carolina, to Algiers; W. B. Jones, of
Alabama, to Brindisi, and Piko, of North
Carolina, to Tampico.
Internal revenue receipts to-day
A large number of petitions aro com?
ing in for the abolition of the income tax.
Gen. Thurston, formerly of Thomas'
staff, is opposed to military reconstruc?
The Senate was not in session to-day.
The House met for the purpose of de?
NEW YOUR, March 26.-Bailey's depu?
ties aro being arrested for trespass upon
business men-breaking sales and re?
moving books. One of them, named
Koop, has been bailed iu the sum of
London correspondents say that the
High Court at Tours is subservient to
The Nova Scotia has arrived out.
The 'Alaska has arrived from Aspin
wall. The Guatamaliau revolution is
over. The leaders havo all been cap?
tured or shot. The yellow fever is at
Kio Janeiro. Chili has Indian trou?
bles. A Frenchman, named Arelio Anto?
nia, has proclaimed himself King.
The Legislature of Colombia recog?
nizes the Cubans as beligerente.
NEWARK, N. J., March 26.-The Me?
thodist Episcopal Conference votes, by
two-thirds majority, in favor of lay re?
SAN FRANCISCO, March 2G. -A large
quantity of opium was seized hero to?
day. The smugglers, in attempting to
escape, upset their boat and two of them
KEOKUK, IOWA, March 26.-A serious
riot is progressing at Desmoines Rapids,
in the Government works. 1,000 Swedes
and Irish hold the works. Tho sheriff,
with a large posse, has gone to dislodge
Thirty-seven of the strikers have been
arrested. It is feared that the canal will
be out, and the works flooded.
NEW ORLEANS, March 26.-Warmouth
has appointed a Mayor and seven ad?
ministrators, who elect a secretary, city
surveyor, attorney and six recorders.
Four of the commissioners wero recom?
mended by an electoral jury of citizens,
of which James H. Oglesby, the new
Mayor, was a member.
WILMINGTON, N. C., March 16.-A
heavy rain storm prevailed hero all day.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, Maroh 26-Noon.-Stocks
unsettled. Money easy. Gold ll3*.
Bonds 9%. Tennessee's, ex-coupon, 59;
new 50; Virginia's, ex-coupon, 67)4'; new
68; Louisiaua's, old, 75).<; new 72>.i;
levee 6's 75J?; 8's 91 ; Alabama 8's 98;
5's 88; Georgia 6's 84; 7*s 92; North
Carolina's, old, ?6%; new 22%; South
Carolina's, old, 90; new 81%. Flour and
wheat unchanged. Corn lc. higher.
Pork and lard firm. Cotton quiet, at
7 P. M.-Money 4@5. Gold ll,3;?
11)?. Cotton quiet-uplands 223-?; sales
1,500 bales. Flour unchanged. Wheat
firm. Corn scarce and firmer-mixed
Western email@example.com; now white Southern
1.00. Pork" firmer, at 26.50. Others
BALTIMORE, March 20.-Cotton 22<j.
Flour dull-Howard street superfine
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat dull and unchanged.
Corn active, at 91@95. Pork active and
advancing at 27.00. Shoulders 12.
LOUISVILLE, March 26.-Corn steady
and unchanged. Provisions very firm.
Pork 27.50, Shoulders ll j..'; clear sides
16. Lard-tierce 15. Whiskey 94@95.
CINCINNATI, March 26.-Corn firm, at
76; white 80. Whiskey 93@94. Provi?
sions dull. Mess pork offered freely, at
27.00-no buyers. Lard firm, at 15.
Bacon dull-shoulders 103i; clear sides
NEW ORLEANS, March 26.-Cotton
firm-middling 22; receipts 6,916 bules;
MOBILE, March 26.-Cotton quiet
middlings 21; receipts 414 bales; sales
SAVANNAH, March 26.-Cotton quiet- 1
middling Ul'., ; receipts 665 bales; sales
CHARLESTON, March 26.-Cotton quiet
and steady-middling 21; receipts 361
bales; sales 50.
Ouo hundred and forty women, in a
remonstrance against woman suffrage to
the Ohio Legislature,.express their wil?
lingness to allow the male members of
society to "represent them iu the corn?
field, tho battle-field, and at tho ballot
The talk about "hard times" is all
humbug. Our women wear finer dresses,
our men smoke more cigars and guzzle
moro whiskey than ever before.
If you want a fine appetite and good
digestion uso Dr. Tu tl's Goldeu Eagle
"Oh! what nn excellent Tonie," is thc
language of tho invalid who uses SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
Delicate females take the Golden Eagle
il) iii if 1 Vi II II iii I lt j i 1 ' ll' I ?
A disastrous fire destroyed tho freight
depot of the New Jersey Control Rail?
road, nt Jersey City, on Friday evening
last. Two un fortunato men were burned
to death, and several were badly injured.
i-ry loss is st ?cast #120,000.
Philosophy says that shutting the eyes
makes the so neo of hearing more acute.
A wag suggests that this accounts for the
many closed eyes in our churches every
"Sir, yon have broken your promise,"
Haid one gentleman to another. "Oh,
never mind! I can make another just as
A Western paper announces the re?
covery of a little girl "from the gym?
nastic nervousness of school develop?
There's a man donn town who keeps
a list of all the banks in the country, so
as to be able to say that he koeps a bank
Industry was poorly rewarded in the
case of a Jersey burglar who opened a
safe after three hours and got niue cents.
In the game of love, men used to win
women by playing hearts. Now only
those who play diamonds are successful.
St. Louis is to have a new and gorgeous
opera house, to be built by an insurance
New York is soon to have a company
of genuine Spanish ballet dancers.
St. Patrick's day was quietly, but
generally celebrated in Ireland.
Tho friends and acquaintances of JOHN H.
GARDNER, M. C. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Gardner and family, are respectfully
invited to attend tho funeral of the former, at
tho Waehington Street Church, THIS AFTER?
NOON, at half-paBt 4 o'clock.
Columbia Chapter No. 5, R. ?. M.
AN EXTRA CONVOCATION will bs
held TO-MORROW (Monday) EVEN?
ING, at Masonic Hall, at 8 o'clock, for
the purposo of conferring tho Royal
Arch Degree By order of the H. P.
March 27 1 F. A. GREY, Secretary.
ALL persona having claims against tho ca?
tato of M. Bronnan. deceased, will pre?
sent them to John Agnew on or before the
30th inst., at which time a payment ou samo
is expected to bo made.
MARY BRENNAN. Kx'x.
March 27 3_ JOHN AGNEW, Ex'r.
My SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, which
wcro purchased during tho recent hoavy de?
clino, h ivo been received and aro now ready
for exhibition. I am determined to sell them
at a very small advance above cost, and only
ask an examination of my Goods, fooling as?
sured that tho quality, as woll as tho prico,
will give general satisfaction to all. It will be
greatly to the advantage of purchasers to givo
mo a call, and bo thoroughly convincod for
themselves. A general invitation is heartily
extondod to the community to call and secare
for themselves groat bargains, at
^larch 27_C. F. JACKSON'S.
I have on hand a choico lot of CANARY
??^?B1HDS-very Ano singers-also a good
]kJK*V article of Fino Cut Michigan Chewing
TJa^CTobacco; to which I would invite tho at?
tention of tho public. T. M. POLLOCK,
March 25 Proprietor Pollock House.
WE havo in store 250 dozen of Brade's
heavy Crown Steel HOES, Brade's Light
Steel Hoes and Rivotod Eyes. Elwell's Picks
and Planters' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trade, and paid
for with gold at 1 IA to 12 i por cont, premium,
and we confidently say wo aro prepared to
suit the markot. LOWRANCE ii CO.
_ March J23_
SILVER GIVEN IN CHANGE
W. D. .LOVE & GO'S.
DH Y GOODS SOLD AT
Gold Prices for Greenbacks !
f\UR HOUSE is packed full of NEW AND
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
and wo cordially invite all to call and examine
thom, at tho popular ONE PRICE STORE of
March 23_W. D. LOVE A CO. _
Those in Want
OF a nico fitting SHIRT should givo us a
call, as wo make a No. 1 isrticlo, and war?
rant it to fit or no Bale.
__MarchJ9__ R. A W. O. SWAFFIELD.
Creme De La Creme.
I f\(\ BARRELS verv Superior FAMILY
FLOUR, for ealo low by
Jan 2G EDWARD HOPE.
IOU Bales Hay.
FOR Balo low, by
March 9 LOWRANCE St CO.
A RUMOR baring been circulated that th*
NICKEHHON HOUSE would bh ort ly close, tn
be opened a? a female ?ohool: This I? to in?
form the publie, that st a meeting of tb?
Trust?es, on the 16th inst., thoy abandoned
? the idoa of opening a school. The public will
bear in mind the matter, and will find the
Nickeraon House unsurpassed bj any Hotel in
tho city. A call Ss solicited. Free Omnibus
to and from tho Hotel. CbargcB, $3.00 per
day. Families and others wanting board can
be accommodated on reasonable terms.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
March 20 Imo Proprietor, Columbia. B.C.
C. D. Eberhardt,
HAVING Just returned from New York,
would respectfully ask Ids old patrons
and the public generally to call and see his
new aud well selected atook of SPRING and
BUMMER S'l VLES, Washington stroet, oppo?
site Law Ran KO. March 23 12
AC I S OF THE
Orders by mail supplied by
March 26 _BRYAN A McCARTER.
Fresh Goods at Low Prices.
-|/\ /^/\/"\ LBS. BACON HAMS, Bides
JA/.UUU ?nd Shoulders.
300 bbt8. Family and low-priced Flour.
20 kits Mountain Butter.
50 bbla. Retitled and Crushed Bugara.
Maroh 25_For sale by E. HOPE.
WE open to-dav a splendid assortment of
O PEU A CLOAKS, a full lino of White
Kid Gloves and Lacc-trimmed Chemisettes.
Our SPRING STOCK is now ready for in?
spection, which will be found, on examination,
to be much larger than at any previous season,
and the prices considerably lower than they
ever bavo been siuco we commenced business.
For the present, a discount of ten per cent,
will b". allowed for specie.
March 25_J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 22, 1870.
At a meeting held in Dr. J. L. Neale's Hall,
by the delegates from four Wards of tho city
of Columbia. B. C., which worein Convention,
tho following nominees wcro unanimously
elected for tho next municipal election, vi/.:
John M. Alexander, for Mavor.
Wann No. l-J. W. Denny, Augustus Cooper.
Charles M inert.
WARI> No. 2-W. Hntflon Wigg.Israel Smith,
WARD No. 3-Wm. Mooney, Joseph J'avlor.
S B Thompson.
WARD NO. 4-R. M. Wallaco, Wm. Simmons,
S. IL THOMPSON. Pres't.
D, RonT. OAIOE, Sec'y- March T.\
Il HE Andes and tho A mazou, by Orton, with
I X plates and map. $2.50.
Hammer and Rapier, by John Eston Cooke.
Our Saturday Nights, by "Brick Pomeroy."
Askaros Kassia, the Copt; a Romance of
Modern Egvpt, by Edwin DeLeon. $1.50.
Among My Books, bv Leegh Hnnt.
Truo Love, by Ladi DoBoauclcrk. $2 00.
The Spanish Barber, by author of Mary
Tho Life of Our Lord, by Riv. Dr. Hanna.
Tommy Try and What He Did in Science.
Earthly Paradise, second series; Autumn,
by Morris, said to be superior to Tennyson;
and other new books, for sale at
BRYAN & McC ARTE R'S Book Store.
BOYS AND GIRLS!
AN invoice of fresh SPRING GOODS just
received, at McKenzie's, Main street.
H (JO PS.
CROQUE T SETS.
A splendid variety of FRENCH BONBONS,
Ginger Conserves, and Ginger Preserves.
March 25 6
WOULD respectfully announce to the pub?
lic that they have just received, direct
from the Northern cities, a select stock of
GROCERIES, bought on a gold basis, and
which they will disposo of to consumers at t la?
very lowest rates, for cash. Prominent among
th? large stock in our line, wo would call spe?
cial attention to tho following articles: Fine
sugar-cured Hams and Strips; all grades of
Sugars, very cheap; Coffee-Rio, Laguyraand
Java; Bacoii, in variety; Candies, Bon Tons,
Jellies, etc.; also, a No. 1 article of Sugar
drip Hvrup, not found elsewhoro; Raisins,
Figs, Nuts, Concentrated Lyo, Kerosono Oil,
together with an immense assortment of first
class goods, embracing tine Wines, Brandies,
Whiskeys, Ac, Ac. Don't fail to see us, be?
fore purchasing elsewhere.
25 boxes, ?ill qualities ot manufactured To?
bacco. _March 24 3
State Convention of Teachers.
AFTEIt an informal consultation of porsons
interested in tho causo of education, the
undersigned has boen requested to invito tho
Teachers of the State, not connected with tho
"Free Common SCIIOOIB," to meet in conven?
tion at Columbia. Tho immediate purpose of
tins convention is to securo, as far as practi?
cable, uniformity in text books and other ad?
vantages arising from concert of action. It
is also proposed to make this meeting tho
basis of a permanent organization of tho
Teachors of South Carolina. Such associa?
tions bavo been formed in several of the other
States, and, where proporly conducted, their
tendency bas been to raise tho standard of
eil neat ion, and increase tho ( HICK ney of |
schools. Tho time suggested for tho meeting
is tho Hrst week In May tho day to bo do?
te- rmined hereafter.
Those teachers who favor tho proposed con?
vention, and who aro willing to attend it, aro
requested to communicate at once by mail
with tho undersigned; aud if tho assent bo
obtained of ?such a number as will indicate tho
probability ot a general representation) duo
notice ot the tina- und place of meeting will
When it is decided to call thc convention, an
effort will be made to secure at tho hotels and
on tho railroads such reduced charges UH aro
usually mado to tho niombers of similar
Those papers in tho State favorably dis
poa?'Mo ihis movement aro requested to ex?
tend this notice HUGH S. THOMPSON,
Principal Columbia Malo Avadcmv.
Fine Gold Watch Chains
OF all tho latost stvles. for Ladies and Oon
? lomon, for sale by WILLIAM GLAZE.
K O S K O O !
The Great Reputation'
Which KOSKOO baa attained in all parte
Of the country,
As a Great and Good Medicine,
And the large numbers of testimonials
which are constantly being received from
Physicians, and persons ioho have BEEN GUREO
by its use, is CONCLUSIVE PIIOOF of its REMARK?
AS A BLOOD PURIFIER
IT HAS NO EQUAL,
The Most Powerful Vegetable Alterative
DISEASES OE THE BLOOD.
"Tho lifo of tho flesh is in tho blood," is a
Scriptural maxim that .Science proves to be
true. The people talk of bad blood as the
causo of many diseases, and, like many popu?
lar opinions, this of bad blood is founded in
The symptoms of bad blood are usually
quite plain. Bad digestion cansos imperfect
nutrition, and, consequently, the circulation
is feeble, tho soft tissues lose their tono and
elasticity, and tho tongue becomes palo,
broad and frequently covered with a patty
white coat. This condition soon shows itself
in roughness of the skin, then in ERUPTIVE and
ULCERATIVE diseases, and, when long conti?
nued, results in serious lesions of tho Brain,
Liver, LOURS or Urinary Apparatus. Much,
very much, suffering is caused by impuro
blood. It is estimated by some that one-lift h
of tho human family are affected with Scrofula
in some form.
Whon tho Blood is pure, yon are not so Hubie
to any disease. Many impurities of thc Blood
ariso from impure diseases of largo cities.
Eradicate every impurity from the fountain of
lifo, and Rood spirits, fair skin and vital
strength will return to you.
LI VEE IN VIGORA TOR!
Being tlie Only Known Medicine
That EFFICIENTLY stimulates and CORRECT;;
tho hepatic secretions and functional DEHANOE
MENTS Of tho I .IVER, WITHOUT UKO IL ITATINO
tho eystcm. While it acts freely upon tho
Iiiver, instead af copious purging, it gradually
changes the discharges to a perfectly natural
Symptoms of Liver Complaint and of
some of those Diseases produced by it:
A sallow or yellow color of tho skiu, or yoi
lowish-brown spots on tho face and other parts
of tho body; dullness and drowsiness, some?
times headache; bitter or bad taste in thc
mouth, internal heat; in many cases a dry,
teasing cough; unsteady appetite; sometimes
sour stomach, with a raising of tho food; a
bloated or full feeling about the stomach and
sides; aggravating pains in the sides, back or
breast, and about the shoulders; constipation
of tho boTols; piles, flatulence, coldness of
tho extremities, Ac.
33L O fit 33L O OZ
Is a remedy of Wonderful Efficacy in the cure
ot diseases of tho Kidneys and Bladder. In
these Affections, it is as near a specific as any
remedy can be. It does its work kindly, silently,
and surely. The Relief which it affords is both
certain and perceptible.
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS AND
Persons unacquainted with tho structure
and functions of the Kidneys, cannot estimate
tho importance of their healthy action.
Regular and sufficient action of the Kidneys
is as important, nay, even moroso, thau regu?
larity of tho bowols. Tho Kidneys remove
from tho Blood those effete matters which, if
permitted to remain, would speedily destroy
life. A total suspension of tho urinary dis?
charges will occasion death from thirty-six te
Whon tho Urine is voided in small quanti?
ties at tho timo, or when there is a disposition
to Urinate moro frequently than natural, or
when tho Urine is high colored or scalding,
with weakness in the small of tho back, it
should not bo trilled with or delayed, but
KoBkoo should bo taken at onco to remedy the
difficulty, before a lesion of tho organs takes
place. Most of tho discuses of tho Bladder
originate from thoso of thc Kidneys, tho Urine
being imperfectly secreted in the Kidneys,
provo irritating to the Bladder and Urinary
passages. When wo recollect that medicine
never reaches tho Kidneys except through the
general circulation of tho Blood, wo seo how
necessary it ia to keep tho Fountain of Life
Meet ) with groat success in tho cure of
Diseases of Nervous System.
Almost nine-tenths of our people suffer from
nervous exhaustion, and are, therefore, liable
to its concomitant evils of mental depression,
confused ideas, sot cuing of tho brain, insani?
ty, and complete breaking down of tho general
health. Thousands aro suffering to-day with
broken-down nervous systems, and, unfortu?
nately, tobacco, alcohol, lato hours, over-work,
(mental and physical,) aro causing diseases
of the nervous system to increase at a fearful
Tho symptoms to which diseases of tho ner?
vous systom give riso, may bo stated as fol?
lows: A dull, heavy feeling in tho hoad, some?
times moro or lesB severo pain or headache;
Periodical Headache, Dizziness, Noises or
Ringing in tho Head; Confusion of Idea?;
Temporary Loss of Memory; Dejection of
Spirits; Starting during Sloop; Bad Dreams;
Hesitation in Answering Questions; Dullness
of Hearing; Twitching of tho Faco and Arms,
?Vc , which, if not promptly treated, lea.? to
Paralysis, Deliriuai, Insanity, Impotency,
Apoplexy, Ac, Ac.
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Feb 2(? fimo
BY virtue of Biindrv writs of fieri facias, to
me directed, I will sell, OB the FIRST
MUNDAY in April next, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
the following property, viz:
All that HOUSE AMO LOT, in the city of Co?
lumbia, sitnate 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 proper?
ty of Charles J. dollin, at tho euit of Mary Al?
len et al. vs. Charles J Hollin. Terms oash.
March 13 nath P. F. FHAZEE. S. R. C.
BY VIRTUE of a writ of fieri facias, to mo
directed, I will sell, on tho FIUST MON?
DAY in April next, in front of tho Court Uouso
in Columbia, within the logal hours,
All tba? lot or LAND in the city of Colum?
bia, containing one-fourth of an acre, more or
less, and bounded as follows: 'On the North
by Lady street; on tho East by lands of tho
estato of John Stevens; on tho South by
Goorge Davis, and on the West by Laurens
street, levied on as the property of William
J. Randolph, at tho suit of William Douglas
vs. Wilburn J. Randolph.
Term cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
March IS in th
BY virtue of a writ ot fieri facias, to mo di
rectod. I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
in April next, in front of the Court Houso in
Columbia, within tho legal honra,
FIFTY SHARES of the Greenville and Co?
lumbia Railroad Stock, of the par valuoof *?0
Fifteen Shares of tho Greenville and Colum?
bia Iiailroad Stock, issued on assessment of
original fifty shares, on the 10th January,
1855. Levied on aa tho property of Perry E.
Duncan, at tho suit of B. F. Mauldin, Execu?
tor, Ac, vs. Porry E. Duncan. Terms cash.
March 15 mth P. F. FRAZEE. 8. R. C.
Under order of Judge of Probate. Sultan W.
McKenzie, Administrator, vs. Francos Por?
tee, et al.
IN pursuance of an order made by tho Hon.
Wm. Hutson Wigg, Judge of Probate for
Richland County, I will sell on the first MON?
DAY in April next, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that Tract ni LAND in Richland County,
containing forty-five (45) acres, moro or less,
situated on Rock Spring Branch and Grifiiu's
Creek; bounded North by tho Rock Spring
Branch; East by Griffin's Croek; South by
Gilbert Garner, and Weat by Lewellen Wood?
TERMS-Cash. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers. P. ff. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
_Marob 13_th m
J. Robert Seay, Executor, TS. William F. Scay,
Edwin T. Williams and wife, and others.
IN pursuanco of tho decretal ordor of the
Court of Common Pleas, sitting in Equity,
iu thc above case, I will sell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY ttho 4th day) of April next, in front
of the Court House, in Columbia, within the
All that PLANTATION, situated in the
County of Richland, near Kine.ville, belonging
to tho estate nf tho lato James H. Scay, de?
ceased; the said Plantation comprising 2,353
acres, more or less, consisting of several sepa
rato parcels. Tho Plantation will bo sold in
ono body; and a plat thereof may bo aeon on
file in the office of tho Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas, in connection with proceedings
ia tho above case. Will be sold at the risk and |
costs of the former purchaser, J. Robert Seay,
ho having failed to comply with terms of salo.
TERMS.-Cash sufficient to pay the costs of
proceedings and of salo, andone-fonrth of tho
remainder of the purchase money; the balance
of tho purchase money in three instalments,
with interest from the day of sale; to bo se?
cured by bond, with good personal securities,
and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser
to pay the costs of executing titles, bonds and
mortgage, including stamps.
March 13 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C. j
Sheriff 's Sale.
James Hopkins, Administrator, and David
Hopkins vs. English Hopkins, Amy G. Hop?
kins, et al.-liill to marshal assets for sale of
IN pursuance of the decretal ordor of tho
Circuit Court, sitting in Eqnitv, I will sell,
on tho first MONDAY in April next, within thc
legal hours, in front of tho Court Houso, the
following tract of LAND, belonging to the
estate of tho lato Gen. William Hopkins, de?
ceased, situated in Richland County:
Ono Tract, known as the "Diseker Tract,"
containing four hundred and forty acres.
Plat of this Tract, recently re-surveyed by
Mr. Alex. Y. Loe. Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
may bo seen on tilo in tho ofliea of tho Clerk of
TERMS OK SALE.- Cash sufficient to cover
costs of tho proceedings in tho above caso and
of sale, and one-loin th of tho balance of pur
ei.ase money; the remainder on a credit of one
and two years, iu equal instalments, with in?
terest from tho day of sale. Purchaser to
give bond with good personal sureties, mid
mortgago of tho premises, and to pay for the
execution of thc uecussary papers and for re?
Tho above described property will bo sold at
the risk of tho former purchaser, he having
failed to comply with terms of sale.
March 13 thin_P. F_ F KA Z E E. Sheriff.
Elizabeth C. Starling vt. Wesley D. Starling,
James G. Gibbes, and others.-?tiltfor Par?
tition, Account, <tc.
BY virtue of a decretal order in tho above
cause, issuing from tho Court of Common
1'ieas, for Richland, (sitting in Equity,) I will
sell, to tho highest bidder, on tho Fl HST
MONDAY in April next, in front of the Court
Uouso, within the legal hours of salo, (he fol?
lowing parcels of REAL ESTATE, belonging
to the estato of tho late Gabriel R. Starling,
deceased, all lying and situated in Ricl*laud
County, to wit:
1. A Tract of LAND, known as tho Georgo
Coon Tract, containing soventy ,70) acres,
moro or los*, situated about twenty miles
from Columbia, near tho road to Darner's
2 A Traet of Land, known as tho James
Campbell Tract, containing three hundred
and nineteen CU'.)) acres, moro or loss, bound?
ed by lauds of Joseph E. Reeso and E. D. Gil?
3 An improved Lot. in the cityof Columbia,
containing three-fourths of an aero, moro or
less, situated on tho corner of Barnwell and
4. A Lot, in Columbia, containing four ( I)
acres, more or loss, bounded by Wheat, As?
sembly, Gates and Rico streets.
A Tract of Land, containing tliroo hundred
and eighty-four (381) acres, moro or less,
hounded hy lands formerly belonging to Jas.
IL Adams, to estate of Ephraim Adams, and
to estafo of Gaffney. This tract belongs to
estate of Gabriel lt. Starling and to Wm. R.
Taylor, and will bo sold for partition between
The muniments of titlo pertaining ?o tho
said parcel?, with plats of recent re-surveys
of parcels above numbered, may bo seen on
Ale in tho office of Clerk of tho Court.
TERMS ot SALE -Cash sufficient to pay the
costs of proceedings and of sale, and one
third of t ho purchase money; thc balance on a
credit of ono and two years, in equal instal?
ments, with interest from tho day of sale, to
bo secured by bonds with good sureties, and
mortgages of tho premises. Purchasers to pay
fer necessary pupers and rovenuo stamps.
Tho above described propel tv will besohl at
the risk of the former purchasers, they having
failed to comply with terms of salo.
March 13 mth P. V. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Undor nrdnr nf Judge of Probate. Ex parte
Mra. Sophia Ewart ??. J. ti. Guignard et
al. Petition for Dower.
IN pursuance of aa order made by the Hon?
orable William Hntaon Wigg, Judge of Pro?
bate for Richland County, I will noll, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in April next, in front of tho
Court House, in Columbia, within tho legal
All that LOT, or parcel of LAND, situated
on Richardson Btreot, in the city of Co?
lumbia, bounded on tho North by a lot
formerly ot Mrs. Black, but now of the estato
of James ti. Guignard, and measuring thereon
208 feet, more or loss; on the East by an alley?
way, measuring thereon 47 feet, moro or ICBS;
on the South by a lot of tho estate of James
S. Guigna rd, measuring thereon 208 feet, moro
or ICBS; and on tho Westby Richardson street,
measuring thereon 47 feet, more or IOSB.
TEHMS-Cash; purchaser to pav for stamps
and papers. P. F. FRAZEE, S. lt. C.
March 13 mth ?_
Sale of the Laurens Railroad.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, January 2G, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appointed
Receiver of tho Laurens Railroad Com?
pany, in tho said State, and having duly qual?
ified for said ofhco, notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to orders boretoforo passed in tho
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: Tho Railroad of tho said Company,
running from Newberry village to Laurens
ville, including tho road-bed, right of way and
lands occupied by or belonging to tho said
Company, together with the several super?
structures and tracks tbcroon, and all rails
and other materials uaod on tho same, and
all and singular tho several bridges, viaducts
culverts, fences, depot grounds and buildings
thereon, station-houses, work-shops, engines,
tenders, cars, tools, materials and machinery,
equipments aud appurtenances of every kind,
and all the 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 frnncbiscs, rights
and privileges of the eaid Latinos Railroad
Company, of, in, to, or concerning tho same.
And upon euch Balo all equity of redemption
in tho said premises shall bo forever barred
and absolutely foreclosed.
Tho said salo shall take place at tho State
[louse, in the city of Columbia, South Caro?
lina, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on tho 30th day
ot March, in tbe present year, on tho follow?
ing terms, that ia to say, $42 OOO cash, and tho
residue in six per cont, coupon bonds of tho
Stato of South Carolina at par, or in private
bonds, payable m ono, two and three years,
bearing interest at. the rato of soven per cont,
per annum, payable semi-annually, with as?
sured personal security and mortgago of tba
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN,
Jan 27 Rcceivor Laurens R. ll. Co.
MRS. M. J. CURRY,
(Opposite S. Porter's Dry Goods Store.)
HAS just received tho VERY LATEST
STYLES of PATTE RN 8. She guarantees
a good flt, and that all work dono in her es?
tablishment will give satisfaction. A call is
solicited from the ladies. March 25 3
TUE undersigned gives notico that on tho
second day of May nt xt ho will apply to
tho Judge of Probato for this County for a
final discharge as Guardian of JOHN J. UN?
GER. JOHN HILLER.
LEXINGTON, March 22,1870.
Mai eh 23_tlm.?__
THE undersigned gives notico that on tho
second day of May next ho will apply to
tho Judge of Probate of this County for a
Anal discbarge as Guardian of GEORGE W.
BALLENTINE. JOHN W. BALLENTINE.
LEXINGTON, March 22, 1870.
THE undersigned gives notice that on tho
second day of May next he will apply to
the Judge of Probato of this County for a
Anal discharge aa Guardian of Miss CLAUDIA
D. and ADELAIDE E. HENDRIX and E. J.
SCOTT HENDRIX. JOHN H. COUNTS.
LEXINOTION, March 22, 1870.
_March 23_tl m o
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS and ONION
SETS, at wholesale and retail.
Jan 14 EDWARD HOPE.
Stack's Corn Whiskey.
OR salo by
March 2_LOWRANCE & CO.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R
GENEKAL FREIGHT A TICKET OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 23,1869.
THE following Passenger Schedule will go
into effect on this Hoad on and after SUN?
DAY next, 2Gth instant: .
Leave Augusta, at. 4.GO a. m.
" Columbia, 8. C., at..0.40 a.m.
" Winnsboro, at - - - - - - - - -ll 40 a. m.
" Chester, at.1.40 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 4.20 p. m.
Making connections with Trains of North
Carolina Road for all points North and East.
Leave Charlotto, N. C.,at.10.30a. m.
" Chester, at-----------1.25 p. ra.
" Winnsboro, at - -- -- -- -- - 2.f>7 p. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 5.07 p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.9.50 p. m
Making closo connections with Trains of
Central and Georgia Railroads for Havannah,
and all points in Florida, Macon, Columbus,
Montgomery, Mobile, New Orleans, Selma,
Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Louisville,
Cincinnati. St. Louis, all points South and West
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked to
all principal points.
Sty Passengers by this route OOINO NORTH,
have choico of THREE DIFFERENT nouTES.
Lcavo Columbia. 6 15 p. m.
Arrrivc nt Augusta. 3 80 a.m.
Leave Augusta. 4 15 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 1 80 a. m.
'1 his Train connects with tho Georgia day
Passenger Trains at Augusta, and tho Green?
ville Road at Columbia, each way.
C. BOITKNIOHT, Superintendent.
E. R. DORSEY. Oen. Freight and Ticket Agt.|
Schedule on Blue Ridge Railroad.
ir-i Leave Anderson.4 20 P. M.
?? Pendleton.5 20 "
II Pcrryville.G 00 .'
Arrive at Walhalla.-7 00 "
Leave Walhalla.?...8 30 A. H.
Perrvville. 4 10 ..
" Pendleton.5.10 "
Arrive at Anderson.G 10 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for tho arrival
of the up train on thu Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, except on Saturday, when they will
wait until tht! train ai rives.
March 4 W. H. 1). PAILLARD. Sup.
Laurens Railroad-Kew Schedule.
C.Ti?jlUeM?C MAIL Traim on this Itoad run to
eB5-3tt?|*et'irn same day, to connect with
up and down Trains on Greenville anti Colum?
bia Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens at 5
A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays anti Saturdays
anti leaving Holens. at 1.80 P. M. same days".
July 9 J. 8. BOWERS Superintendent