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M'hlnno ,t? JTsiaalji Atteln?
IIO>:DON, December 27?--The French
array of tho North ?B nt Arris, having
rohchufl Cordie Albert and . Asoueux.
iiinmarck, in a note to the Austrian
Cabine?, calle attention to the re-organi?
sation of. Germany, and trusts the treaty
ot Fraguo will not interfere with her
r BERLIN, Deoember 27.-Information
received here says that the Turks have
Ordered the Bosphorons and Dardanelle
coaoto to be protected by torpedoes.
' GONSTANXTNOPLR, December 28.-The
Government, in a note to the powers,
objecto to the discussion of questions
affecting the Danubian principalities at
the approaching conference.
VIENNA, Deoember 28.-Tho journals
contain a semi-offloial denial of the truth
of the published statement that Vonbuest
has replied to Bismarck regarding tue
Ger mah fond.
R?ADRTD, December 28.-Sngosta has
assumed the post of Foreign Minister.
MUNICH, December 28.-Tho Bavarian
Chamber of Deputies voted in favor of
an enlarged South German fund, to be
united with that of the North German
Tho Bavarian House of Deputies re?
jected the Federal treaties, with a view
to obtaining improvement in the terms.
LONDON, December 28.-Gen. Chan?
cey complains bitterly of the conduct of
the Prussians. He denies having been
defeated, and avows his intention of
taking' revenge for the scandal is m of thc
enemy at St. Calais. Tho Department
of tho South, twenty-six miles from
Lomans, has been visited by tho Prus?
sians, who left tho town ofter a requisi?
tion upon the inhabitants. It is said
Bourbaki is moving with his army to thc
Eastern portion of Franoe, to operate
against Genoral Werder. The Telegraph
has a special despatch from Havre, whicl
etates that there bas beeu iutense ex
citement, consequent upon a battle whicl
has been going on siuce tho 26th inst,
in the neighborhood of the first imper
tant straggle between tho Freuoh troop:
in this department and the Prussiaus
For two days a fight had boen expected
and although yet without decisive re
salts, it is regarded as a valuable expo
rience, in proving the efficiency of tin
artillery and the capacity of the Mobile
and Terenrs in an encounter with regula
BORDEAUX, December 28.-Faidherbe
in a despatch to the Minister of War
announces that owing to the intens
cold, he will encamp his troops near Ar raf
and await tho prosooution of plan
throughout France for the relief of Pari
and the deliverance of Franco. Th
weather in Southern Franco is intensel
cold. The Prussians bombarded Si
Calais on the 25th, and then entered th
place, and committed many disorder?
Chancey sent a format protest to tb
Prussian General, and subsequeutl
issued an order, saying: I have warne
the Prussians against the further perpe?
tration of suoh horrible outrages as thc
have committed against unarmed towt
and people. He adds: It is evielei
Franco is not combatting loyal enemie
but disorderly hordes; but she will cont
nue to struggle to preservo her hom
? ? m
HAVANA, Deoember 27.-Tho follo?
ing news from South America was r
ceived from Panama: Advices from Vu
para?so, of December 2, state that
sovore earthquake occurred at Santiuc
and elsewhere, but the damagu w
slight. New silver mines have been di
covered in Cohuna, Bolivia. Advices
the 14th state that General Morales h
been chosen Chief of Cocoooro ai
Oreiho. The revolutionists of Melare
were powerless near Potosi, aud wantii
help. The Arequipa Railroad will I
opened on the 1st of January. Si
k Salvador advices to the 2d stuto tb
ff many depredations were committed <
B persons and property. An attempt!
I rising of the people was supprcsse
Costa Rica advices to the 20th state tb
the President deolares tho treaty for t
construction of tho Nicaraguan Cai
across the isthmus void.
Jamaica advices state that tho G
vernment opens the* legislative bo
to-day. The finances of tho island sin
a surplus revenue of ?30,000 for thc pi
year. Important propositions nod
scheme for tho futuro welfare of Jama
are . ntioipated. The trial of tho rece
coffee seizure has compromised the s
vors, who havo refunded tho New (
leans underwriters 2,000 pounds.
Lituu advices to the 1th say that t
effects of the European war aro i
heavily in all branches of businf
Exchange could not ho procured. 1
Government exacts a tax of three ]
cont, on all coin exported.
A French man-of-war had cap tm
tho German ships August, from Ha
burg, and Gazelle, from Calif orr.
Both were taken to Tahiti.
Advices from Chili to tho 2d state ti
tho new American Minister had arriv
Congress will gruut a subsidy of $5
J 000 per annum to the Panama and W
India Cable Company, on oondit
they connect Calao with Europe by t<
graph. Montevideo continued besieg
and conflicts occurred daily.
2,000 soldiers arrived yesterday fr
Captain Craig, of tho bark Spec
way, and threo sailors, wero drow
yesterday, in the harbor of Cardenas
Rio JAN Kino, December 3.-Tho si
of Montevideo continues.
LONDON, December 27.-Delegati
of the inhabitants of Luxemburg to
presented Prince Houry a patriotic
dress. The Prince, in reply, exprei
confidence in thoir ability to defend
rights of tho Duchy. He had fuit!
the justice of their causo, and loyalt;
thu signers of the treaty of 1867.
Gladstone has published a letter,
dignantly denying the roport of
conversion to Romanism.
NBW YORK, Decomber 28.--The Ht
has a special, -dated ;Bord6,aux> 22<3,
which says a correapundent interviewed
Ohadourde, the French Minister of Fo?
reign Affairs, who is try i og to make
peace. He said he thought peace still
distant; as to accept the Prussian terms
would reduce France to a third ra o
power. Scarcely a man in Frunce, rich
or poor, is willing to allow the Govern?
ment to give np territory. Arms are
plenty, ami wo havo offers of more than
we erm nae from England alone. Three
mouths ago, it was difficult to excite
patriotism; now the only trouble is to
get the people to bo patient. France is
now struggling for existence; if sho is
crashed, England will feel the loss more
than any country. England cannot
dream of the consequences, if she should
allow France to be exterminated. Rus?
sia will then do what sho pleases in the
East, and Prussia in the West. Eng?
land, without a single ally, will cense to
belong to tho family of European na?
tions, and will be reduced to a third
class power. Chutloiirde then spoke in
torms of deep indignation of the ingrati?
tude of Italy, and intimated that a day
of reckoning would surely come for that
cowardly nation. Ho closed by stating
that the new levies in tho South aud
South-east wero proceeding with suc?
cess beyond expectation.
The Louisa Moore, from Newherne, re?
ports the steuinship Fairbanks, from
Wilmington for Now York, with cotton
and turpentine, forcod into Huttcrns
Inlet on the Oth. About 3 in tho morn?
ing, smoko was seen coming from nuder
the pilot house. In spite of every effort,
the vessel and cargo was burned. The
crew escaped with fow personal effects.
Tho World's special, dated Versailles,
tho 27lll, says Fort Avron, 2,500 yards
East of Fort Rosuey, is a new work,
mounting naval guns reaching tlio towns
of Cholles, Mount Ferment and Clichy.
The fire from this fort, to-day, r?| lying
to the Saxon guns, was accurate, hoi not
The residence of General McClellan
was burned to-day. Loss ?40,000.
The Manchester Guardian coutains a
statement that Kiug William and the
Princess Royal of Prussia wroto to
Victoria, protesting against tho mar?
riage o? Louisa to Lorn. Tho Queen
replied, vehemently advising them to
mind thoir own business. Tho same
correspondence represents the Bishops
of Dunpauloup hopeless of tho salvation
of France while in ita present bands.
MEMPHIS, December 28 -Mrs. Law?
ton sent two sons, aged thirtceu aud
sixteen, with a negro, named Jeff, to
Lauderdale, Mis*., to sell a bag of cot?
ton. Jeff had au interest iu the bag.
Jeff, on the way, killed the elder boy,
when the people killed Jiff.
Tho Varieties Theatre was burned to?
day. Jack D. Owner, formerly sheriff,
committed suicide to-day. Cause, po?
verty. Ice is rapidly melting.
WASHINGTON, December 28.-Scheuch
will depart about the middle of January.
His instructions are not yet completed.
The Scuate Committee on Foreigu
Relations had a conference with Fish at
the State Department; the object and
proceedings aro unknown. Sumner,
Sburz, Morton and Patterson were pre?
The conference at the State Depart?
ment yesterday was confidential. Tele?
grams sont hence with regard to its
import are mero speculation; all parties
to the conferenco aro reticent. Tho
interview was doubtless for mutual ex?
planation, with a view to conciliating
political differences, which threaten u
rupture in the Republican party.
RICHMOND, December 28.-At Lynch?
burg, lust midnight, a firo occurred, de?
stroying three frame buildings, occupied
by Mrs. E. Hirachficl J, dry goods, Mrs.
A. Boyd, confectionery, and H. Lebby,
cigars. Loss estimated at $15,000.
?ST. LOUIS, December 28.-The wea?
ther is milder, und there is a prospect,
of rain and n speedy resumption of navi?
gation South. Passengers over tho
Pacific Railroad have been snow-bound
ton days. Tho weather is extremely
cold, and drifts aro ten foot deep.
NEW ORLEANS, December 28.-Prof.
Leja, a well known optician, was found
dead in his bed, ut thc St. Charles Hotel,
this morning. *
ATT?ANTA, December 28.-H. I. Kim?
ball was elected President of the Bruns?
wick and Albany Railroad. Judge Hop?
kins to-day dissolved the injunction
ugainst the Water Works contrnct. Thoa.
Speer was elocted from thc Fourth Dis?
trict to tho forty-second Congress by 500
mujority. Long was elected to tho forty
first Congress. It is believed Digby, in
tho Third, and Whitely, in tho Secoud
Congressional Districts, nro elected.
Prico is elocted from tho Sixth District
by a large majority. Eibert, White
banks, Madison, Habershum and Frauk
liu Counties BPS largely Democratic.
Chief Justice Brown has resigned. Ex
Governor James Johnson, of Columbus,
has been telegraphed for. He will pro?
bably succeed Brown. B. H. Hill is out
in u letter denying writing to the radicals
favoring radicalism, or seeking office. In
compliance with public notice, given by
the Governor, in October, bids were re?
ceived for the leuso of tho Western and
Atlantic Railroad until tho 25th instant.
Gu opetiiug tho bids, the road was let to
a company of the following geutloniou,
to wit: John P. Kiug, Joseph E. Brown,
Alexauder H. Stephens, John T. Grant,
Ben j. H. Hill, E. W. Cole, Richard Pe?
ters, Wm. G. Johnson, Wm. S. Holt, A.
J. White, C. A. Milting, Benj. May, E.
Waitzfelder, W. C. Morrill, Simon Ca?
meron, H. I. (Kimball, George Cook,
Thomas A. Scott, Win. T. Matthews,
Wm. B. Dimsmore, H. B. Plant, Thomas
Allen, and their associates, making in all
23. Other bids wore made, but the
parties failed to comply with the law,
teudering inefficient security. Tho suc?
cessful company is ouo of tho strongest
ever formed in the South. The share?
holders represent in thoir own right over
815.000,000. They give as securities tho
following railroad companies: The Geor?
gia, thc Cen?ra!, Ute South-western, the
Macon and Western, tho Atlanta and
?? ? ! ""'"'I'1''.I.?M
West Poiot, tho Mao?n and Brunswick,
the Albany and Georgia, the Nashville
and Chattanooga, of Tennessee, and the
St. Louis and Iron Mountain, of Mis?
souri. Tue cum punies signing an securi?
ties are worth $20,000,000. The high
obarooter of the lossees, and the un?
doubted solvency and the large oapital
of the company, are ample guarantees
that the road will be well managed, and
the terms of the lease faithfully oomplied
with. The rental agreed to be paid to
tho State is$25,000 per month for twenty
years. Ex-Gov. Joseph E. Brown was
unanimously elected as President of the
Kl NARC; IA I. AND COA1MBKC1AL.
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 29.-Solee
of cotton yesterday 132 bales-middling
LIVERPOOL, December 27-Evening.
Cotton steady; suies 12,000 bales; export
and speculation 3,000.
LONDON, December 28-Noou.-Con
solsOlJ^. Bonds 88
LIVERPOOL, December 28-Noon.
Cotton quiet but stendy-uplands 8,3?
Orleans 85?; soles 12,000 bales.
NEW YOIIK, December 2G.-Cottot
movement BIIOWS marked decrense; re
ceipts at all ports 130,210 bales, nguins
155,717 Inst week; 152,321 previou
week, against 140,674 three weeks siuce
receipts ut all port? sinco September
1,501,194, against 1,220,491 Inst your
showing un increase of 27,473; export
from all ports for tho week, 89,511
against 70,158 for corresponding wee!
of last year; totiil exports of expired poi
tion of cotton fur tho year, 827,793
uguitist 626.004 last year; stock nt A!
ports, 499,175, uguinst 358.300 lust y em
stocks at interior towns, 109,513, agaim
101,219 this dnie luHt year; stock i
Liverpool, ySo.UOO, against 370,000 lat
year; American cottou nfloat for Oreti
Britain, 314,000, against 154,000 hu
year; Indian cotton nfloat for Europi
119,000, ngainst 157,000 lust year. Th
weather ".t tho .South hus been very col
during too week, with considerable rui
and snow, and altogether unfavorab
for picking. There is ranch disenssin
among tho trade hero in regard to tl
present crop. A careful canvass of tl
lending brokers and merchants shov
much diversity of opinion. Estirunb
range from 3,600,000 bales to 4,000.00
with a deeided leaning towards 3,750,01
NEW YOUR, December 28.-Noon.
Stocks weak and off about }?. Clover
nients very steadv but dull. Stat
stocks dull but steady. Gold
10vB'. Money ousy, at 7-currency
gold. Sterling-long 9; short 10. Flo
a shade firmer. Pork firm-new 20.251
20.37!i_i. Cotton dull and droopin
sales 1,500 bales-uplands 15^?- Preigl
7 P. M.-Money became stringer
closing at legal interest, aud aH("'
commission. Exchango dull, at O'J
9?4'. Gold 10??(5}10??. Goverumon
advanced )i(f&}4, 62s 7%. Souther
very dui'. Tennessees 63.'.?'. Yirgini
67; new 63. Louisianas 70; new (
levees 71; 8s 84. Alabamas 100; 5s "i
Georgius 81; 7s 91. North Carolinas -J
new 23Ju. South Curoliuus 84; n<
60Cotton doll and heavy; sa
3,000 bales, at 15?4'. Flour-Southe
a slmdo firmer; common to good exl
0 email@example.com. Whiskey firm, at 96. Win
a >lmd<; firmer-winter red and ami
Western 1.46(011.49. Corn scarce, a
l0j;2c. better-new 78(?80; Sont lu
yellow 8114. Pork dull-old 19.50; u
20.25@2U.o7??. Beef steady. Lt
BALTIMORE, December 28.-Flo
firm uud in good demand. Wheat
fair demand, and prices unchnngi
Corn firm and activo-white 75(q>'
yellow 73@74. Pork 20.00. Should
10?J. Whiskey 93(W94. Cotton d
and heavy-middlings 15 J.j ; receipts ?
bales; sales 150; stock 11,515.
CINCINNATI, December 28.-Flour
vauciug, and iu fair demand-fan:
5 firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn firm but scarce,
53(354, Provisions irregular. L
easier-kettle 13%. Bacou .nomina
shoulders 10; clear rib sides ll_J.i; cl
sides 12; hums 16.
LOUISVILLE, December 28.-Bugg
steady-flax 26; hemp 27. Flour slea
Corn extremely dull. Provisions ucti
Mess pork 20.00. Shoulders 10.'J; cl
rib sides 12j.j; clear sides 13. Lard
Whiskey active, at 87(Y/>88.
ST. LOUIS, December 28.-Flour fi
Corn steady. Whiskey 89. Bag?,
27. Pork udvaucing, ut 19.50. Bu
dull uud nominal, ut
BOSTON, December 28.-Cotton du
middlings 15l.i; receipts 1,983 ba
sales 200; stock 6,500.
NORFOLK, December 23.-Colton q
-low middlings 11)?; receipts420bu
sales 100; stock 6,286.
WILMINGTON, December 28.-Col
unsettled-middlings 1-L*'; receipts
bales; stuck 122.
SAVANNAH, December 28.-Cottoi
light demand-middlings 14%(2)1
receipts 6,404 bales; sales 500; si
AUGUSTA, December 28.-Cotton i
ti vu und drooping; Hales 454 bales;
ceipts l,024--middiings 13%?14.
CHARLESTON, December 28.-Co
dull and drooping-middlings nomii
15; sales 200 bales; stock 31.998.
MOBILE, December 28.-Cottou rj
-middling 14-^; receipts 1,483 b
salos 800; ?tock 62,296.
NEW ORLEANS, December 28.-Flo
superfine 5 50($5 56; dobbie B 8?(?',(
treble 6.12j?(a)6.25. Corn quiet- q
.nd yellow 67)?. Pork unsettled,
held at 22.00; 21.50 offered. Baoou
at 12>?@18}?; hams 19@22. :
firm-tierce 12@13; keg 14. Sugar
-prime 9).j(rt)10. Molasses activo,
stock light-common 40(7?52; p
57@58; choice 62. Whiskey l.OOfTr
Prime coffee 17#(&172& Cotton lo?
middling 14)?(a)14%; receipts I
bales; salea 6,400; stock 195.602.
GALVESTON, Deco m ber 28.-C<
easier but not lower-good ordi
12%; receipts 941 bales; sales 450; i
I flHwi H"5* B- ?' GOODWYN will ro
^OS Sopeo hor School tor girls on tho 2d
?a-y Deo 34 *_G*_
Jjm^ WILL OH RUSTIE BENET,
rq!jJHte NEXT 8E88ION begins MON
^HH?DAY, January 10. 1871.
jZjjr^ FEES for 80BB?011: $12.50, $20.00,
$25.00, in advance.
Deo 22 12_
?f?L\ MISS M. A. BU IE will resume
fclJ?HB?K^thc duties of her SCHOOL on
^HMEgg MON DAY nexti January 2, 1H71.
School-room ou corner Manon aud
JRB&__ Plain streets._Dec 28
Jfjfc School Notice.
t?GJBfe THE undorsigncd will oneu a
^EgBggSCIIOOL for Doy?, at tho brick
.y^J^y Chapel, on Bull street, botweon
?^fc9pr Richland and Laurel etreota, on
TUESDAY, January 10. Rates of Tuition per
month, in tho Classical Department, $7.00;
English, $5.50; Primarv, $1.00-payablo strict?
ly in advanoo. O. H. BARNWELL.
* HKFEHKNCES.-Hon. R. W. Barnwell and Dr.
John T. Darby, Professors in tho South Caro?
lina University: Col. P. W. McMaster, Attor
nev at Law; Col. L. D. Childs, President Na?
tion UJlank._Deo 28
A. Bacbtleben's Male Academy,
(BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,)
A*o. 44 Deaufain Street, Charleston, 8. C.
THIS Schcol is now permanently
/fJSRk established in tho above locality.
.. jMffp^ 11,0 C0,,rB0 of instruction em
^iHrf^y braces tho Classics, Modern Lan
jP^pFguages, Mathematics, tho English
tiB&r Branches and Drawing.
Tho present corps of teachors consists of:
Thc Principal, who toadies thu Ancient and
Mr. PHILIP 1*. MAZYCK, in cbargo of tho
English Branches, and Mr. JOHN B. HAS?
KELL, who instructs especially in Mathema?
Mr. MAZYCK will, after the lot of January
next, be prepared to receive BOARDERS ?uto
For circulars, address
Dec 22 H P. O. Bo? 97- Charleston, S. C.
Mount Zion School,
WINNSBOHO, S. C.
G. A. WOOIAVAIID, Graduate Uuiversity of Vir?
M. M. FAUUOW, Graduate S. C. Military Acad?
emy, ASSOCIATE PRINCIPAL..
?rn^ TUE exercises of this School will
aUg^LK he resumed TUESDAY, January 2,
-h^-l^Tl. and continuo without iuter
^GBR^S: mission till close of scholastic, year,
War Jillie ?10 Pupils received at any
mttmJ^ timo and charged to closo of torm.
Students are subjected to tho wholesnmo re?
straints nf military disciplino, and wear an
appropriate uniform. For circulars, address
the Principal. Doc 17 JG
Treasurer's Office, G. & C. K. R. Go.,
COLUMPIA, S. C., DsCRMBEB 15, 1870.
("COUPONS of the State Guaranteed Bonds,
J Certiticatos of Indebtedness, and Second
Mortgage Bonds of this Company, duo Janu?
ary 1, 1871, will bo paid at tho Banking House
of H. ll. Kimpton, No. 9 Nassau street, New
York, or at the South Carolina Sank and Trust
Company, in Columbia. S. C., on and after tho
Urst day of January, 1871.
The Interest on tho out-standing First
Mortgage Monds and Fractional Certificate?
of Indebtedness will bo paid at the oftico of
ibo Company. REUBEN TOMLINSON,
Dec 14 J8 JTreasurer. _
25 Cents for Cotton.
MESSRS. L?RICK A LOWRANCE having
purchased thc right to manufacture
John G. Ham's improved SEED and MANURE
DROPPER, for Richland, would call tho atten?
tion of all farmers using fertilizers and re?
quest an examination of thia planter- ttio
boat and most perfect ever yet invented; hav?
ing taken tho premium at tho Georgia and
Alabama Stat o Fairs. The undersigned aro
prepared to furnish any quantity of I'lowa.
Cotton Planters and Plow Handles, at a low
figuro. Every variety of Agricultural Imple?
ments on band. L?RICK &. LOWRANCE.
_ Dee. 8_ _
City Currency will be Taken
IN payment for Goods at
Nov ll HARDY SOLOMON'S.
BRYAN A McOARTER have just opened a
new stock at HOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS
from Loudon and New York.
Roan wood, Walnut and Mahogany WEITINO
DESKS. Portfolios, Toilet Books, Card Cases,
Pocket Knives, Gold Pens, Letter Folders,
Fancy Inkstands, Work Boxea, Ladies' Com?
panions, PIIOTOURAPH ALBUMS, Writing Al?
bums, Stereoscopes and Views, Chess Men,
backgammon Boxes, Croquet Boxes, of all
Tho Rrifish and American roots, recket and
Family Bl nt. ES, Booka of COMMON PIIAYEII, all
si/.-is and styles of binding; HYMN BOOKS, for
di ?Vere nt Churches.
Some elegant Cu HOMOS and FICTURBP, in
neut frames. _ Dec 20
GRAIN ! GRAIN ! GRAIN !
\v. J. wiirr.TiniK, (;KI'.K WI 1,1.1;, s. c.,
DBALER in GRAIN and COUNTRY PRO?
DUCE of all kinds. Will pay prompt
at tontion to all orders entrusted to his care.
Thia ia a rare opportunity for Planters and
others living along the lino of tho Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, to procuro theil sup?
plies at first cost. I only ask a fair trial, and
guarantee satisfaction. Nov 24 3mo
New Raisins, Figs, Citron, &c
I \ WHOLE, half and quarter boxes
II Jw new LAYER RAISINS and CITRON,
50 half drums Smyrna FIGS,
English Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts and
Almonds, fresh and for salo low.
Dec. 13 EDWARD HOPE.
10 BBLS. FINE IRISH POTATOES.
t&fE&k ll) I.bis. Now York Apples.
aajHI 10 bids. Now York Onions.
JcS?HSK 1 ubis. Baltimore Pearl Grist.
4 hills. Baltimore Corn Flour.
2 bhls Jersey Herrings.
For salo low. bv
MONTEITH A FIELDING,
Dec 23 Auctioneers and Com Merchant H.
AFINE ASSORTMENT of DOLLS. Toys,
and other fancy articles for tho little
A fresh selected stock of CANDIES, fancy
and ?tick, and a largo assortnicut of Fancy
and Plaiu 1'uuud Cakes.
A lino lot of MEERSCHAUM PIPES, Cigars,
Ac, at KRAFl'S BAKE HY,
Deo 24 Main street.
rf^J^ 25 HEAD of good SADDLE VkgA
Y'<V* a,ul HARNESS HOUSES. 1*8.
FOUR MULE TEAM, with Wagon ano tiar
nese complete. Terms cash. Inquire of
Dec 13 _JOHN B HUSBAltD.
KA BOXES Gold Chop FIRE CRACKERS;
OW for salo low. E. HOPE.
air i ' r n - ri
Mule?, Carriage, Harnea; do.
HO?! TE ITU & xIEL??Lr?Cr, Auction'rs.
ON MONDAT, January 2,1871, In front or tho
Coo rt House, at 10 o'clock, we will sell,
1 Carriage and HarnoBs,
1 Boggy and Harnees,
1 Two-Horbe Wagon and Harneas,
2 Fino Miloh Cows._DecJW^
Valuable Beal Estate, at Auction.
BY E. W. 8EIBELB & CO.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEKR.
WE will Bell, without reserve, on tho second
MONDAY (9th) in January, commencing ll
That roally valuable property, on which
formerly stood tho ?'United States Hotel," at
tho corner of Richardson and Lady streets,
consisting of fivo Lota, 25 foot 1 inch front
each, on Main or Bichardson street, and run
ning back 1G5.
Six Lota, fronting un Lady street, 26 feet,
more or lets, and running hack 181 feet ti
Thin ia tho most valuable property ever of?
fered in this city, and is desirable, in evory
point of viow, in location, and from the fact
that tho property is unencumbered and titles
Terms will bo statod by Auctioneers at sale.
51 City Building Lota, at Auction.
ON MONDAY next, January 2, at 10 o'clock,
I will ofidr fur sale, before tho Court
limine in Columbia,
51 BUILDING LOTS, each of one quarter
of an aero, in tho city, between Harden street
and the Eastern boundary of tho city, and
between Laurel street and Upper street-be
iug part of tho Latta property-near the
Charlotte Depot, aud convenient to any part
of tho city.
Tho terms will bo one.third cash, and the
balance in equal instalments of ono, two and
three years, secured by bnnd and mortgago.
No charge for titles, (except for stamps,)
which will he made satisfactory.
A plat of tho Lands can he scon at my of?
fice; in Law Bango. Tho Lands are being
staked oil bv survovors, and can bo inspected
after Saturday. ' W.8. MONTEITH.
Dee 23_ _
United State? of America,
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
FOURTH Ornc?lT- IN EQUITY.
Abram Vau Buren and S. Angelica, his wife,
et al. va. John Peter Broun, et al.
BY virtue of an order of tho Court in this
caso, I will offer for salo, at public outcry,
on tho FIRST MONDAY in January, 1871, at
Columbia, at not less than tho appraised prices
below stated, the following parcels of I,AM):
All that PLANTATION, called "Big Lake,"
situate, lying and beiug in thc County of
Bichland, iu said Stato, on tho Congarce
River, about eight miles below Columbia, con?
taining about two thousand ono hundred and
seventy acres, and appraised attwolvo dollars
per aero. Said plantation has boen divided
into two tracts, o? nearly equal quantity, by
the road running through thc plantation from
thu main public road to tho Cougareo River,
and thc t rac ts will be sold separately.
All ?bat PLANTATION, called "Shiver,"
h ing in same County and State, about eigh?
teen miles below Columbia, containing thir?
teen hundred acres, moro or less, and apprais?
ed at ten thousand dollars.
TEBMS OF SALE-Onu-fourth cash; balance
upon a credit of one, two and tbreo years,
with tho bonds of the purchasers, bearing in?
terest at tho rato of seven per cent., payable
annually, secured by a mortgage of thu landa.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
Said lands luay ho purchased at private sale,
on application to tho undersigned, at Sumter,
S. C. J. 8. G. RICHARDSON,
Der. 10 t Special Befereo.
A T SA LEM, N. C., JA NU AR Y12, 13 and 14.
rilHE North-western North Carolina Rail
J_ road Company will sell, at public auc?
tion, tho remainder of their Grading and Ma?
sonry Equipment, consisting of:
fi5 young, well-broke Kentucky MULES,
lt) Carts atid Harness,
5 Four-horse Wagons and Harness,
2Two-horse Wagons and Harness,
2 One-horse Wagons and Harness,
1 Express Wagon and Harness,
25 Plows, Coulters and Harness,
400 Ames' Cast-ntecl Shovels,
:> sets of Blacksmith Tools,
4 Derricks and extra blocks.
A largo lot of Picks, Mattocks, Axes, solid
Cast-steel Jumper, Spawling and Hand Drill,
Hammers, Churn and Jumper-drills, Grind?
stones, Pi t?form Scales, Pots, Ovens, Skillets,
with a 1.?. variety of other articles.
The Mu?.- aro the choice out of 140 head,
heretofore . wited hy tho Compauj, as each
overseer was instructed to retain tho best
when previous sales wero made.
Tho Mules will be sold on tho first day of
sale, and Carts, Wagons and Harness on the
Terms cash. E. BELO,
President North-western N. C. lt. B. Co.
Liquors and Cigars.
1835. James Hennessy, 1858 and 18G5.
Pinet Castillou, 18?(>.
WINES.-Moot Si Chandon's CHAMPAONFS.
These all brands, being solo agent in South
Carolina, and tho Wines second to none.
Sn Kimi ES.-All grades, from common to the
HOCK, WHITE ANO CLAIJET WISES.-Hoek
heinier, Landesheimer, D't Sauternes, Latour
Blanch, St. Julien, La Bose, Nicrateucr, Mar
cobrium, H't Barsac, Chateau Sauternes,
Poulet Bauet, Margaux, Grand Vin Chateaux,
Lafitte and Latour, Viutago 185S.
FINK WHISKIES, AC.-Theso are selected with
great caro, and comprise tho finest known
brands, whilst the stock of rectified goods,
domestic GINS, BUM, Ac, aro offered at lower
SCOTCH WHISKEY.-Real PEAT BEEK, is ol
my own impon alien, very superior.
ClOAUS-LIVE INDIAN, Figaro, Espanola,
Palmetto, and other brands arc ? ff red, choice
in un.ilit v and moderatu in price.
SMOKING TOBACCO in variety, and spe?
cially selected with regard to quality; and, a
word in your ear, tho best ta alwavs tho cheap
est.?in whatever ono eats, drinks or smokes.
Dec 18 O KO HOB SYMMKRS.
THE subscriber would r
.spectrally inform his friends
?nd old customers that ho has
're-cstabhshod himself in Mu
_I GENERAL GROCERY. BUSI?
NESS, at Ins (dd stand, (No. 199,) where be
will ho pleased to show and sell to purchasers
a complote stock of new fancy and substan?
tial GOODS, carefully selected.
Bichardson street, first square Son?'-, of old
Market "orner. ORLANDO Z. BATES.
Dec 1 8nu>_
~ For Sate.
A SMALL FARM, containing twenty
jtive acres, more or less, lying between tho
_.Asylum and Charlotte. Columbia and Au?
gusta Kail mad, and opposite Upper Boundary
strict. Fifteen acres of this land is good
Bottom Laud. Thoro is also ou tho premisos
a good DWELLING. 1 will soil tho above de
t-crihid property for tho low sum ot ll,COO.
Anv ono wishiug to unrchaso can address
Dec_21_ _ JOHN l.YAN, Charlotte, N. C.
.fl f\(\ BOXES Goahen. English Dairy and
JA ll I Pine Apple CHEESE, lor salo low,
Oct 30 E. HOPE.
Leapbart A Sloan Vf. Richard Babb.
BY virtuo of a warrant to aeize and ?ell tho
crop of the defendant In the above atated
oaae, directed to me by D. B. Hiller, Clerk of
tho Circuit Court for Richland County, and in
pursuanco of an Act of the Ooneral Assembly
of Sooth Carolina, entitled "An Act to secure
advances for agricultural purposes," I will
sell, on the FIRST MONDAY in January next,
in front of the Court Houao in Columbia,
within tho logal boura, the following property,
A lot of SEED COTTON, aoppoacd to be
abont 700 or 800 poonda.
160 poonda Hay and Shucka.
8 bushels CottoD Seed,
i " Corn, and
Terms caab. P. F. FRAZEE, B. R. C.
Dec 17 m.h _
William Shiver VB. Ieaac Bcobo.
RY virtuo of a warrant to levy on and ectl
_ " the orop of the dofendant in tba above
atated case, and also by virtuo of a certain
mortgage executed by tho said Isaac Be abo
to the said William Shiver, on the 5tb day of
December, A. D. 1870,1 will sell, on the firat
MONDAY in Jaunary next, in front of the
Court Houao, in Columbia, within tho legal
Ono MULE. Terms cash.
_ ?l0 1^J51t?i _L'- F- FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Richard Tozer vs. Robert McDougal.
BY virtuo of an execution and attachment
in tho above atated ease, I will noll, on
tho FIRST MONDAY in January next, it P.
F. F'razeo's lot, on Washington afreet, next to
tho Maeonic Hall, ono STATIONARY EN?
GINE; levied on aa the property of Robert
Me Dougal, at tho suit of Richard Tozer et.
Tho abovo will bo sold at tho risk and coats
of James McDougal, tho former purchaser.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Dec 17 m th_
UNDER ORDER or JCOGE or PBOBATE.
Ex parte John P. Adams, Administrator
Petition to sell Personal Property.
IN pursuanco nf an order made by the Hon.
William Dutson Wigg, Jndgo of Probate
tor Richland Count v, I will Hell, on SATUR?
DAY, thc 7th day of January, A. D. 1871. at
tho late residence of David Adama, deceased,
in Richland County, within the legal honra,
tho following Pomona) Property, of which the
late David Adams died po8sessed, viz:
10 Mules, 2 Horses, 1 Cow, 30 head of Sheep,
and 4 hoad of Cattle.
THUMS OF SALE.-Un all suma over andabovo
(25.00 ouc-half cash will bo required-tho ba?
lance on a credit of twelvo months, ar cared
by notos, with two good sureties, with inter?
est from day of aale; all some ot or Under
$25.00. cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
_ Dec 22 m th_
BY virtue of sundry writs of fi'ri facias to
rae directed, I will sell, on Ibo first tlON
UAY in Jaunary next, in front of the Coori
House in Columbia, within the legal boura,
All that Plantation or Tract of LAND, on
Mill Creek, in Richland County, containing
four hundred (WO) acres, more or lesa, and
bounded on the North by landa of Colonel
Caughman, on tho West by landa of the Ba?
tate of Wm. M. Myers, on the East by lands
of C. P. Pelham, and on tho South by lands of
James Burnsides; levied on aa the property of
Joseph A. Reese, at thu suit of D. B. DeSaun
suro, C. E. R. D., et al., vs. Joseph A Reese.
There is a Dwelling Honae, with all neces?
sary out-houses, ou the placo.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
Deo ll mtb_8. H. C.
Brodio A Co. rs. William H. Bligh and Mary C.
BY virtuo of a warrant to levy on and sell
the crop of the defendant, in tho above
nated case, directed to mo by D. B. Miller,
Esq., Clerk of the Circuit Court for Richland
County, and iu pursuanco of an Act of the
General Assembly of Sooth Carolina, entitled
.'An Act to scenre advances for agricultural
purposes," 1 will eell, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in January next, in front of the Court House,
in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
Four Sales of COTTON.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. B. 0.
Sallio F. Ray r.s. Frank Weston: 8allie F. Ray
vs. Monday Taylor; and Sallio F. Bay vs.
William Taj lor.
BY virtuo of warrants to aeize and sell the
crops of the several defendants in Ute
above stated cases, directed to nie by D. B.
Miller, Esq , Clerk of the Circuit Court for
Richland County, and in pursuanco of an Act
of thc General "Assembly of South Carolina,
entitled "Au Act to secure advances for agri?
cultural purposes, I will sell, on tho first MON?
DAY in January next, in front of the Court
House in Columbia, within the legal hours,
tho following property, viz:
Six bales of Fodder. ?lvo bales of Hay, and
one halo of Colton, levied on as the crop of
Three bales of Cotton, levied on ?a the erop
of Monday Taylor.
Three bah s of Cotton, levied on aa tho crcp
of William Taylor.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Doe 17 mtb_
Robert Gates, Assignee, vs. Joshua King.
BY virtuo ol a warrant to levy on and aell
the crop of tho defendant in tho above
stated case, directed to mo by D. B. Miller.
I'.aq , Clerk of the Circuit Court for Richland
County, and in pursuanco of an Act of tho
General Assembly nf South Carolina, entitled
"An Act to BCiuru advances lor agricultural
purposes," I Will sell, on tho first MONDAY in
January next, in front of tho Court Houao in
Columbia, within tho legal boure,
Two bales of COTTON.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S, ?. C.
Dec 10 mtb _
Sale to Foreclose Mortgage,
Porter A Stcelo D.S. W. H. McCav. A Co.
BY virtuo of a certain Morl ?jago executed
by W. ll. MoCaw A Co. to Poster A Steele,
un the 30th day of August, A. 1). 1870, and b r
author uv to rn?: given uv tho uaid Porter A
Su ele, 1 will aell, on tho first TUESDAY in
January next, at tho Southern Ctuoidian ofiico,
in thu building lately occupitt'. ia the Pout
Uflico, on Lady street, noxi Erst of W. K.
Greenfield's Cari iago (tepoaitorv,
All tho "?BESSK?, TYPES aud PRINTING
M A PH lt I Al.s Used in tho publication of the
Southern Guardian newspaper.
Terms cash. P. P. FRAZEE,
Dec 16 mill Ages* for F.?. trr A Steele.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias to mo di?
rected, I will eell, on the fir-t MONDAY
iu Jaunary next, in front of the Court House
in Columbia, within OMJ legal boura,
CO bales of COTTON, iovii d on aa the pro?
perty of Joseph E. Reese, at tho ault of An
drow Patterton, Assignee, vs. Joa. K. Reese.
Terms cash. P. V, FRAZER. ?- H. 0.
Deo iii m th_
ey ?*(\f\ ACRES af LAND in Barn welt.
?>#OV/V/ on the Ldiato.
760 ACRES in Kovahaw-\n lota to auit.
HOUSE and EUI'lu Columbia-?12,000.
1 House in thin eily, $5.000.
HOUSE auJ thirteen aoroa LAND, near the
oity-$3.0QCl. Apply to JOHN RAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Roal Lis ti.to Agept.
Sept 25 * ll