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.? --~--'--'T?iiniiiTifrr. IIn?mrr m
mre?i^ tj?e-|q}c*re8a of Peronne, in tho
x^?M^ijuw^ra ^00501,6. wednosday,
Philip hardwick! un English arohiteot,
Tho fleet bearing the Spanish King
han boon signalled off Barcelona, and
will reach Oartbagenia to-day. It is be
liovod that tho Spanish Government will
withdraw her bill suspending constitu?
tional guarantees. The Government has
commenced disbanding the Republican
battnUo(i8 of the National Guard. Mild?
rid ie tranquil.
LILLE. .Deoember 30.-Bourbaki and
Chancey have resumed the offensive.
Tho Uhlaug are scouring tho country
between Donal, Cambrai and Arras. The
French fire from Mezieres is prevented
by tho Prussians erecting siege works.
jG?tjrh?otrna, Deoember 81),-A large
number nf recruits aro arriving to bo
LONDOM, December 30.-The confer?
ence oh the Euotern question has been
indefinitely postponed; tho French hav?
ing refused to take part. Her absence
renders the meeting useless.
DRESDEN, December 30.-Tho Crown
Prince of Saxony telegraphs to King
John, that when his troops entered
Mount Avrou, they found the works
deserted,, the French having removed
the goos. Tho French subsequently
withdrew, from the village of Rosny
along tho rond to Paris.
MADRID, December 29.-Several bat?
talions of National Guards, recruited in
Republican quarters of Madrid, refuse to
attend the review next Sunday, iu honor
of the new King. A serious disturbance
LONDON, December 31.-The weather
is intensely cold, which causes fearful
mortality among tho German wounded.
Nearly all the ocoupauts of fifty-six car?
riages, containing those wouuded at Bel
fort on the 21st, were frozou dead before
the train roached Chateau Vois.
A despatch from Bezanson reports an?
other unsuccessful assault upon Belfort
the beseigers losing 1,400 killed and
A despatch from Havre says tho Ger?
mans captured another English collier at
Rouen, and sunk the vessel iu the Seine.
NEW YORK, December 20.-A Tribune
sp?cial from Loudon, tho 29th, says tho
English Government, upon application
of Connt Bernstoff, stopped tho ship
chartered by the French Government, to
lay the sub-marine cable between
Dunairk, Cherbourg, Brest and Bor?
deaux. The ship was given iu
charge of oustom house officers in the
river Thames, and tho cable on board
seized. Turee hours after the seizure,
application was made for release, which
was ref need.
LONDON, December 29.-Baron Von
Bneat's reply to Connt Bismarck's cir?
cular declaring the treaty of Luxemburg
abrogated, is couched in terms similar to
that of Earl Granville.
Hong Kong despatches of December
13 have been reoeived. Quiet prevailed
in the North of China, lt was expected
that the river Telso would soon be frozen
np, in whicn event communication by
water with Tlen-Tsin would bo sus?
Montevideo advices to November 19th
report oontinued fighting and trade
The Germans in the Eastern depart?
ment are retreating. They have already
evacuated the town of Groy, in tho
Valley of Savoue. A proclamatian has
been issued by tho Prussian Govern?
ment, placing under blockade all posts
of Franao now occupied or hereafter
captured by German forces.
The order of accusation against Mr.
Noel, for alleged complicity in tho mas
sacro committed by the Greek brigands,
has been countermanded.
The harbor of Kief is closed by ice.
The Paris press is opposed to tho par?
ticipation of France in tho Congress ou
the Eastern question. i
German authorities at Versailles ac- i
ouse the French of paying 715 francs to
each French officer escaping from cap?
tivity and breaking his parole. A dc- ,
spatoh from Arras brings a report that ,
the German soldiers on the march to the
North or Franco, openly declare them- ,
selves tired of the war. A despatch
from Madrid, Thursday eveniug, says
General Prim is muoh better and his ,
wonnd8 evince no serious symptoms.
CONSTANTINOPLE, December 29.-A
declaration of the independence of thc
Danubian Principalities has been an?
nounced here, and causes a profound .
LONDON, Decembor 31.-Paris corres?
pondence of tho 29tb, states that a sholl ,
^jfeas thrown into thc Northcru part of
BORDEAUX, Decembor 30.-The towns
of Auferre, Gray and Vesono have been
evacuated by tho Prussians, before tho ,
advance of the French, under Generals
Bressoles, Bremos and Garibaldi. Tho
army of Bordeaux is to mardi directly
on Paaris. As the French advance, tho
inhabitants hasten to join tho ranks, and
thus tho army increases rapidly in num?
bers. The smaller towns now resist the
enemy as in the caso of Tours, which, iu
consequence of tho combat at Manual,
was not occupied by tho Germans. At
Argent and Cog, tho Prussians woro re?
pulsed by the population.
HAVANA, December 29.-Advices from
San Domingo to Decembor 20 contain
tho following: Cabrai was in the neigh?
borhood of San Juan with 800 half
starved men, engaged in spreading false
reports of the death of Baez. Stories
sent via St. Thomas and Puerto Plata,
announcing revolutionary movements,
were inventions. The Government of
St. Domingo accepts its notes nt the
Custom House at seventy per cent, dis?
count, bot a law has been promulgated
that duties shall in future be paid in gold.
American provisions aro plentiful.
i T?& ' United Btftfes 'stearne?'T?oHo,
Aapin walt cable, *ih ashore at tba on
trance of the harbor ot St. Domingo,
with a fall head of Bteam on, and it will I
be necessary to discharge her armament
and coals to act her afloat.
Colonel O'Sullivan baa arrived from
Franco, accompanied by Englishmen,
for the purpose of making an examina?
tion of the oopper beds in Sb. Domingo.
NEW YORK, December 30.-A Herald]
special from Havana, the 29th, says
adview; from Santiago do Cuba, dated
tho 23d, state that, on the 18th, 300 in?
surgents, including forty negresses,
armed with cutlasses, sacked and burned
Zaoapa, a fishing village, five miles from
that city, opposite Moro fortress. At
tho mouth of the harbor they forced tho
small detaobment of defenders to re?
treat, and killed nino persons, including
two women. They decamped after tak?
ing everything from tho village. Moro
fired twice at the party but ineffectually.
As tboro were no boats to carry troops
over, those which wero scut to intercept
the rebels arrived too late. On entering
tho city they found the corpses of tho
victims, partly baked aud in a horrible
condition. The rebel President, C?spe?
des, was in tbe jurisdiction of Santiago.
A brig that arrived at Santiago bringing
a report that tho filibuster steamer Hor?
net passed Iungua on the 18th, followed
three hours later by a British steamer.
It ia rumored here and io Havaua that
tho Hornet baa entered the Bay of Nipo
and landed nn expedition.
SAN FRANCISCO", December 30.-Chas.
Doll, who shot and killod Chas. F. Fish?
er, in Sacramento two weeks ago, wbilo
Fisher was beating him over tho bend
with a heavy cane for paying attention
to his (Fisher's) daughter, has been dis?
charged from oustody, on tho ground
that it was an net justifiable in self-de?
Five car loads of seal skins from Alas?
ka, and fourteen car loads of China and
Japan tea?, wore shipped Eastward yes?
terday. Tho mouth of tho Columbia
Uiver is free from ioe, aud tho steamer
George S. Wright loft yesterday for Van?
couver, with a compauy of soldiers.
Charles Heed, station keeper, James
Lyttle, stago driver, and Lotirnny,
cook, wero murdered on Christmas Evo
at tho Mission Camp Stugo Station, near
Tucsou, Arizona, and Miss Reed was
shot, but not killed, by a party of Sono
riaus, who pluudered the place, murder?
ed a teamster on tho road and escaped
over tho border into Mexico.
PrrrsnUKG, December 30.-Tho Mar?
shall House, nt Franklin, Pa., wu?
burned to-day. It communicated to the
wiro bridge over tho Allegheny; the
heated wiro gave way, and tho bridge
foll. Five persons were fatally and many
seriously injured. Twenty were on the
bridgo when it fell. Tho weather is iu
tcnsely cold, which mudo tho rescue haz?
RICHMOND, VA., December 31.-The
weather has mdeh moderated this morn?
ing, and thc ice, which exteuded thirty,
six miles down tho river, last night, ic
beiug broken up by the ice boats to-day.
Tho uouso in which Henry Clny was
born, near Ashland, Hanover County,
was destroyed by fire yesterday. It was
over a century old.
The steamer Elie Knight, from Balti?
more, got through the ice to her wharf
this evening. Navigation has been re?
sumed. Tho weather to-night is like
The statistics of tho city for the year
ending to-night, show increased pros?
perity over last year. Manufactures
havo increased ?5,000,000.
PHILADELPHIA, PA., Docomber 31.
policeman was convicted of voling twice
to-day; he wos fined 6500, and imprison?
ment for a yenr. Fivo others wero con?
victed of voting upon false pretenses.
$5 fine and imprisonment six months.
WASHINGTON, December 31.-Tho or?
der removing settlers from the Miami
reservation, in Kansas, has been BUS
ftVilliain Drummond lins accepted the
Cwnmissionership of tho general Land
CWCP, vice Wilson, of whom Grant, in
tho Cox corrcspondonco, said ho had
lost confidence. Wilson refuses to re?
sign, and will hold until the Sonato
confirms Drummond. Wilson has held
the oflico certainly twelve years. Au
othcr fight is expected.
RUTLAND, VT., Decembor 31.-Edwin
Hammond, the famous sheep breeder, is
dead; his uge was seventy.
NEW YORK, December 31.-The Herald j
has a special, which says it is rumored
in Havana, that tho Hornet entered tho
Bny of Nipo aud lauded an expeditiou.
C?spedes was in tho jurisdiction of
Santiago. Tho insurgents sacked a fish?
ing village, under tho guns of thc Moro,
at Santiago de Cuba.
BOSTON, December 29.-United States
internal revenue officers have recently
mado seizures of tobacco and cigars at
Lowell. From one manufactory, 40,000
cigars were seized; 20,000 from another,
with 5,000 pounds of loaf tobacco. Simi?
lar seizures havo been made in other
places in this vicinity.
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
CAUOLINA NATIONAL HANK,
OP COLUMBIA, H. C., Docomber 21,1870.
THE annual meeting of thc Stockholders of
tho Carolina National Hank, of^Colnmbia,
S, C , will ho held at its bunking house, on the
SECOND TUESDAY of January next, being
tho 10th proximo, at 12 o'clock M.
Dec 22 tum? W. H. GULICK. Cashier.
Rocking Horses, Etc.
KHIS KRINGLE has arrivod at M. II. Der?
ry's Furniture Warcrooms, with a supply
<?r M IOE ROCKING HORSES. Seo them, hy
A large lol of FURNITURE, just received.
Dec 21_ _
roR 25 HEAD of good SADDLE ^fem^
md H A UN ESS HORSES?
FOUR MULE TEAM, with Wagon and Har?
tums complete. Terms cash. Inquire of
Dec 13_JOHN B. HUBBARD.
DOZ. FRESH EGGS, for Bale by
Dec 21 E. HORE.
enies 1,500 bales-uplands 15}^. Freights
7 P. M.-Gold steady, nt 10^@10%.
Governments very strong and rather
active. Stocks strong and rather notive.
Money easy, nt 7. Stato bonds dull.
Sterling 9 jg". Tennessees Gl; now Gl.
Virginias 67??; now 63. Louisianas 70;
new G3; levees 70; 8s 31. Alabaman
101^; 5s 70. Georgia 7s 91. North
Carolinas 15; new 23}.i. South Carolinas
85; Tiew 66)?. Cotton quiet; sales
2,211 bales, at 15.^. Flour steady.
Wheat a shade firmer-winter ?red and
amber Western 2 1G@2.48. Corn closed
heavy-new IGCa?l. Pork dull-new
10.25(0)19.75. Lard heavy-kettle 12>?
@12?4. Froights quiet and lirra.
BALTIMORE, December 31.-Flonr
quiet and lirra; stock searco. Corn
firm and scarce-white 80; yellow 75.
Provisions dull and nominally un?
changed. Whiskey 92@93. Cotton dull
and nominal-middlings 15; receipts
255 bales; sales 200; stock 11,195.
BOSTON, December 31.-Cotton dull
middling 15*0(7^15 }.<; receipts 120 bales;
eales 2,000; stock G.500.
LOUISVILLE, December 31.-Flourfaind
corn vory dull. Provisions firmer.
Pork held at 20.00. Shoulders 10).j;
clear rib 12; clear sides 12??. Whiskey 87.
CINCINNATI, December 31.-Flour
in good demand, at full prices. Com
firm, aud in fair demand, at 51(aj55.
Mess pork dull-19.00 asked. Lard
dull and lower-kettle Bacon in
limited demand-shoulders 10; clear rib
11 ; clear sides ll.1.,. Whiskey 87.
ST. LOUIS, December 31.-Flour dull
aud uuehanged. Corn steady. Whiskey
89. Tobncco and bagging nominally
unchanged. Provisious quiet. Pork
19.00(VA19.25. Shoulders 9!:,'(oU0; clear
rib ll>?@H?4? clear sides 12@14. Lard
CHARLESTON, December 31.-Cotton
steady-middling 14V?@11;??; receipts
381; sales 500; stock 34,107.'
AUGUSTA, December 31.-Cotton mar?
ket inuctive, but prices nuohanged, at
ll for middliug; sales 100 bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, December 31.-Cottou
quiet and stoudy-middling 145J; ro
ceipts 3,110 bales; exporta 1,111; sales
1,200; stock 79,860.
WILMINGTON, i .eoetuber 31.-Cotton
firmer-middling ll.1^; receipts 529; ex
ports 55G; sales 120 bales; stock 1,037.
NORFOLK, December 31.-Cotton quiet
-low middling ll'ii; receipts 220 bales;
exports 2,133; Bales 100; stock 0,759.
MOBILS, December 31.-Cotton firm
middling 14J?; receipts 1,428; exports
112; sales 1,500; stock 50,101.
NEW ORLEANS, December 31.-Flour
quiet-superfino 5.50; double 5.75; tro
blo 5.95(7/)6.00. Corn seo reo and firm
white aud yellow 70(7/!72. Pork dull
and lower-mess 21.00. Sugar-prime
O.'.jjO?llO. Molasses easier-common
48(f/i52; prim? 56?57; choice 61. Cof?
fee firm, but quotations reduced, owing
to the reduction of the tarifi-prime
lS'.jXfil?,1 J. Cotton-middlings \4t%(?
14*?; receipts 7,012; sales 7,150; stock
GALVESTON, December 31.-Cotton
quiet-good ordiuary 12J J; receipts
1,790 bales; exports 1,250; sales 150;
Mit?. LEVY will resume the ex
jf/m crciscsof lier School on MONDAY,
e?lI3ft?Jaiiuary '2. at heir residence, coi uer
^jgB?Ifcor Lady and Bull streets.
jB^0 THUMS OK Tn rios eau MONTH.
First Class, il; Second Class, i;i;
Third Class, $2; strictlv in advance,
.lan 1 3
High School, Greenville, S. G.
^?p. JOHN B. PATRICK, Principal,
/T?Bk and Instructor in Mathematica and
^^aE^E GEO?t?E W. WALKER, A. B.,
jgM^?pP Ins true tor in Classics.
tMmkr Tho Spring Session of this
School will opon on MONDAY, January 10,
1871, and continue licenUj-four weeks.
Tuition from $18 to ?3'J per session, payahlo
For further information, apply to thc
Principal. Dec ?ll 2*
Colombia Male Academy,
Classical and Alalhfnia'ical School.
HUOn S. THOMPSON, Priuci
/ffath, pal, Instructor in Mathematics,
rift* * TMft?rFrench and English Branches.
^taBgf J. WOOD DAVIDSON, A. M.,
TBPJHF Instructor in Latin and Greek
JOHN T. McBRYDE, Assistant.
The exercises will bc resumed on MONDAY,
January 2,1871. Pupils prepared for admis?
sion into any College or Uuiversity, or for tho
practical pursuits of lifo. Paymentsmonthly,
in advance. For further particulars, apply to
tho Principal, at tho Academy, or by letter.
"^sjL School Notice.
-/flnlWir THE MISSES MARTIN will n -
^tflSK^sumc tho oxcrciscs of their School
V97on MONDAY, January 2, 1871.
^83r Deo 25 mfm 3
. finifc^ MRS. S. S. McCULLY will re
r^i\Xj- S.',>' n hor SCHOOL on MONDAY,
JV^LW January 2, at her residence o a
<&aJ* Laurel'street. Deo 2.1
WILL CHRISTIE BENET,
?.nUHsW= NEXT SFSSI?N begins MON
^ClMKatOAY. Jannarv ld, 1871.
JmWtjfF KEES for Session: * 12.00, *2il 00,
?JBS^ ?25.00, iii advance. Dec 22tl2
Jf^L\ School Notice.
tMu%m?? THE undersigned will open a
'dfiB^SCHOOL for Boya, at tho Brick
^W^prChanel, on Rull street, between
?SEBP^ Richland and Laurel stroeta, on
TUESDAY, January 10. Rates of Tuition per
nionth, iu the Classical Department, $7.00;
English, $"? 50; Primary, il 00-payablo strict
ly in advanco. " C. IL BARNWELL.
REVIO.ENOKH. -Hon. R. W. Barnwell and Dr.
John T. Darby, Professors in the South Caro?
lina University: Col. F. W. MoMaeter, Attor?
ney at Law; Col. L. D. Childs, President Na?
tional Bank. ___ Dec 28
STOCKS, BONDS ?mi COUPONS bought
and aold by D. GAMRRILL, Broker.
Nov 2T ?mn
Afttfea. M?raea, Milch Cowa, Buggy and Wagon.
" BY B. C. PEIXOTTO * BOH.
TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, at 10
o'clock, in front of the Con rt House, we will
A good HORSE, 8pring Wagon and Harness,
and ono exoellent secvud-haud Top Saggy,
recently repaired and in good condition.
Mides, Horses, Mitch Cows.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, tho 2d of January,
at 10 o'clock, in front of tho Court House,
wo will sell, wit hont, reaorve:
Three lino MULES, one good DRAFT
HORSE and hvo MILCH COWS.
Terina nash. Dec 30
Desirable Budding Lot.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, tho 2d of January,
at 10 o'clock, in front of tho Court House,
in thia city, wo will soil, without reserve:
That dcbirablo half-acre LOT, ono square
below thoStato Uouso, bounded on tho North
by Pendleton nt reet, on tho West by Richard?
son street, on thc East by Yates, on tbo'South
by South Carolina University. Tho above Lot
mea-urea 104 foot front on'Pendleton street,
and runs back on Richardson street 208 feet,
moro or Iras, and ono of thc most desirable
building lots in tho city.
I TEnMS.-One-half cash; balauco in twelvo
months, secured by bond and mortgage, bear?
ing interest at 7 por cont, per annum. Pur?
chasers to pay ns for papers and stamps.
I Dec 30
Desirable Farm, of Sixty Acres.
BY B. G. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, tho 2d of January,
at 10 o'clock, in front of tho Court Uouso,
we will sell, without reservo,
A dosirablo FARM, containing sixty acres,
moro or ICHS, with ?. r.cw frame Cottage of four
Rooms, two miles from tbu city. There aro
fi I teen acres cleared, bala nco well wooded.
Bounded by lands nf bawls, Crawford, Dunkin
THUMS -One-half catdi; balance in twolvo
months, secured hy bond and mortgage, hear?
ing interest at 7 per cent, per annum. Pur?
chasers to pay us Tor papers and stamps.
Dec 30 fm2_
Three Desirable Cottages.
By D.C. PEIXOTTO & SON, Auctioneers.
ON the FIRST MONDAY in January next,
1871, at 10 o'clock, in front of tho Court
Hons? in this city, wo will sell,
THREE DESIRABLE COTTAGES.
Cottage No. 1, at tho coiner of Winn and
Laurel streets, measuring on Laurel street
(i!) feet front, more or less, aud running back
ou Winn etreet 208 feet, moro or lesB. Tho
above Cottage contains four lino rooms, ana
all necessary out-buildings upon tho lot.
Cottage No. 2, West of tho above, contains
thc same number of rooms, and lot of thc
naroo dimensions, with all necessary out?
Cottage No. 3, West of tho above, contain?
ing thc samo number of rooms, and lot of
the BBDic dimensions, with all necessary out?
buildings, hounded on the West by estate of
Taylor. All of tho above Cottages are bound?
ed on tho North by etdato of taylor.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-half cash; balance in
twelvo months, secured by bond, bearing in?
terest at seven per cent, per annum, ?ind
mortgage of tho property-thc property to be I
insured and policy assigned.
Desirable Beal Estate.
By B.C. PEIXOTTO & SON, Auctioneers. I
ON THE FIRST MONDAY in January next, I
1871, at 10 o'clock, in front of the Court
Uouso, in this citv, we will sell,
AR that LOT, with tho two-story BRICK
BUILDING thereon, situated on Richardson
Mtroet, measuring thereon 52 feet, more or
less, and running back 208 feet, moro or ICSB,
bounded ou tho West by Richardson street; on
tho East hy tho Rev. J. J. O'Conuell; on tho
North by Richard Weam; on tho South by
Rev. J. J. O'Connell.
All that Vacant LOT, adjoining the above,
measuring 52 feet front, and running back 208
feet, moro or leas, bouuded on the North hy
Rev. J. J. O'ConneU; on the South hy State of
South Carolina; on the Weet by Richardson
street; on the East by Rev. J. J. O'Connell.
All that LOT, with the Brick Dwelling,
whero tho Hov. J. J. O'Connell now resides, on
Sumter street, measuring thereon 101, and
rnnning hack 208 feot, more or less, bounded
on tho North by Richard Weam*, on tho South
by State of South Carolina; on tho West by
Rev. J. J. O'Connell; on the East by Sumter
THUMS OF SALK-One-hall cash; balance in
twelve mouths, secured by bond bearing inte?
rest at seven percent, per annum, and mort?
gage of the property. Buildings to bo insured
ami policy assigned,
Mules, Carriage, Harness, die.
MONTEITH & FIELDING, Auction'rs.
ON MONDAY, January 2.1871, in front of tho
Court Uouso, at 10 o'clock, wo w ill soil,
1 Carriage and Harness,
1 Buggy and Harness,
1 Two-Horse Wagon ami Harnees,
2 Fine MiIch_Cows._ _Doc 29
51 City Building Lots, at Auction.
ON MONDAY next, January 2, at 10 o'clock,
I will offer for sale, bctoro tho Court
Houso in Columbia,
51 BUILDING LOTS, each of ono quarter
of an aero, in tho city, between Harden stroct
and tho Eastern boundary of thc city, and
between Laurel street and Upper street-be?
ing part of tho Latta property-near the
Charlotte Depot, and convenient to any part
of tho city.
Tho terms will bo ono.third cash, and tho
balance in equal instalments of one, two and
three years, secured by b'Mid and mortgage.
No charge for titles, (oxcept for stamps,)
which will bo mado satisfactory.
A plat of tho Lands can bc seen at my of?
fice, in Law Range. Tho Lands aro being
staked off by surveyors, and can be inspected
after Saturday. W. S. MONTEITH.
Dec 23_ _
United States of America,
SOUTH CAROLINA UISTItlCT.
FOURTH CIUCUIT-IN EQUITY.
Abram Van Buren and S. Angelica, his wife,
el al. vs. John Peter Broun, el al.
BY virtue of an order of tho Court in thin
caso, 1 will offer for sale, at public outcry,
on the FIRST MONDAY in January, 1871, at
Columbia, at not lesstbail thc appraised price?
below stated, tho following parei ls of LAND:
All that PLANTATION, called "Big Lake,"
siluato, lying and being in the County ol
Richland, in said State, on the Congarec
River, about eight miles below Columbia, con
tabling about two thousand one hundred and
seventy acres, and appraised at twelvo dollars
per acre. Said plantation has been divided
into two tracts, of nearly equal quantity, by
I he road running through tho plantation"from
Ibo ms in public road to tho Cungaroo River,
and the tracts will ho sold separately.
All that PLANTATION, called "Shiver,"
lying in same County and Stato, about eigh?
teen miles below Columbia, containing thir?
teen hundred acres, moro or less, and apprais?
ed at ten thousand dollars.
THUMS OF SALE-One-fourth cash; balanco
upon a credit of ono, two and tbrco years,
with the bonds of the pnrchasors, bearing in?
terest at the rato of seven per cent., payable
annually, accurod hy a mortgage of tho lands,
rurohasers to pay for stamps and papers.
Said lands may bo purchased at privato sale,
on application to tho undersigned, at Sumter,
S. C. J. 8. G. RICHARDSON,
Dec 10 t Special Referee.
... ?horiiTo Salo.
Loaphart ft Sloan va. Hieb ard Babb.
BY virtuo of a warrant to seize and soil tbe
orop of tho defendant in the above stated
caoc, dircotod to me by D. B. Miller, Clerk cf
tho Circuit Court for Biohland County, and in
purannnco of aa Aot of the General Assombly
of Sooth Carolina, entitled "An Aot to secure
advances for agricultural purposes," I will
soil, on the FIR8T MONDAY in January next,
in front ot tho Court Honae in Colombia,
within tho legal hours, the following property,
A lot of SEED COTTON, supposed to be
abont 700 or 800 pounds.
150 pounds Hay and Hbucks.
8 bushels Cotton Seed.
4 " Corn, and
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, H. H. C.
William Shiver c.s. Isaac Rcubo.
BY virtue of a warrant to lew on and sell
the crop of tho defendant" in tho above
stated case, and also by virtue of a certain
mortgage executed by the said Isaac Beubo
to tho said William Shiver, on tho 5th day ol
December, A. D. 1870, 1 will Bell, on the first
MONDAY in January next, in front ot thc
Court Uuuso, in Columbia, within thc lega
Ono MULE. Terms cash.
JDee 18 mth_P. F. FRA7.KL, S. lt. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facia* t<
mo directed, I will soil, on the first MUN
UAY in January next, in front of the Cour
House in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that Plantation or Tract of LAND, oi
Mill Creok, in Bichland County, containinj
four hundred (400) acros, moro or loss, au<
bounded on tho North by lands of Colone
Caugbman, on tho West by landa of tho Ee
tate of Wm. M. Myers, on tho East by land
of C. P. Pelham, and on tho South by lands >.
James Burneides; levied on as tho property c
Joseph A. Bccso, at the euit of D. B. DoSaua
sure, C. E. B. D., el al., vs. Joseph A Reese.
There is a Dwelling House, with all uece?
sary out-houscs, ou tho place.
Terms cash. V.J. FBAZLS.S. IL C.
" Sheriff's Sale.
Brodie it Co. vs. William H. Sligh and Mary C
BY virtuo of a warrant to levy on and so
tho crop of Ino d?fendant, in thu abov
stated case, directed to mo by D. B. Mille
Esq., Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Bicblan
Couuty, and in pursuance of an Act of IL
General Assembly ot Sou lb Carolina, entitle
''An Act to secure advauccs for agriculture
purposes," I will sell, on thc FIRST MONDA
in January next, in front of tho Court Hous
in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
Four Sales of COTTON.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZER. S. R. C.
Sallie F. Ray rs. Frank Weston; Sallie F. Rt
vs. Monday Taylor; and Sallie F. Ray v
William Ta} lor.
BY virtuo of warrants to seize and sell tl
crops of tho several defendants in tl
above stated casoa, directed to mo by D. 1
Miller, Esq , Clerk of tho Circuit Court fi
Richland County, and in pursuance of an A
of thc Genoral Assembly of South Carolin
eutitled "Au Act to secure advauccs for agi
cultural purposes, I will sell, on the first MOI
DAY in January next, in front of tho Cou
House iu Columbia, within tho legal hour
the lollowing property, viz:
Six bales of Fodder, live bales of Hay, at
one bale of Colton, levied on as the crop
Threo bales of Cutten, levied on as the cn
of Monday Taylor.
Threo bales of Cotton, levied on as thc cn
of William Taylor.
Terms cash._P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C,
Robert Gates, Assign oe, vs. Joshua King,
BY virtue of a warraut to levy on and s
the crop of tho defendant in tho abo
stated case, directed lo me by D. B. Milli
Esq., Clerk of tho Circuit CoHrt for Richla
County, and in pursuance of au Act of t
General Assombly of South Carolina, entitl
"An Act to secure advances for agricultui
purposes," I will Bell, on tho lirst MONDAY
January next, in front of the Court House
Columbia, within ibo le^al hours,
Two bales of COTTON.
TeruiB cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C
Sale to Foreclose Mortgage.
Porter A Steele vs. W. H. McCaw A Co.
BY virtuo of a certain Mortgage execut
bv W. H. McCaw A Co. to Porter A Stet
ou the :10th day of August, A. D. 1870, and
I authority to mo givon bv the said I'orlci
Steele, I will sell, on tho lirst TUESDAY
January next, at the Southern Guardianaf?i
in tho "building lately occupied as tho P
Office, on Lady street, next East of W.
Greenfield's Carriago Repository,
All thu PRESSES, TYPES and PRINTI
MATERIALS usod iu tho publication of
Southern Guardian newspaper.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
Deo 1G mth Acorn, for Porter .V Steeh
BY virtue of a writ of jierijacias to mo
routed, I will sell, on tho first MOND
in January next, iu front of tho Court Ho:
in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
50 bales of COTTON, lovied on as thc p
perty of Joseph E. Rocse, at tho suit, of .
drew Patterson, Assignee, vs. Jos. E. Roc
Terms cash. _ P. F. FRAZER, S. R. (
Sheriffs Sale. "
UNOEK OnoEii OK JcnoE or TIIODATE.
Ex parle John P. Adams, Administrate
Petition to sell Personal Property.
IN pursuance of an order made hy tho H
William Hutson Wigg, Judgo of Prot
fer Richland County. I will self, on THU
DAY, the 5th day of January, A. D. 1871
tho lato residence of David Adams, dcceai
in Richland Couuty, within tho logal hoi
tho following Personal Froporty, of which
lato David Adams diod possessed, viz:
10 MnlcB, 2 Horses, 1 Cow, 30 head of Shi
and 4 bead of Cattlo.
THUMS OKSALE.-On all sums over and al
$25.00 one-half cash will bo required-tho
lance on a credit of twelve months, scci
by notos, with two good sureties, with in
eat from day of sale; all sums of or ut
$25.00. cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R.
Dec 21 mth
A TSA LEM, N. C., JAX CA ll Y VI, 13 a?
riMIE North-western North Carolina 1
JL road Company will soil, at public
tion.tho remainder of their Grading and
sonry Equipment, consisting pf:
05 young, woll-brokc Kentucky MULEI
-ID Carts ?iud Harness,
5 Four-horso Wagons and Tl arness,
2 Two-horso Wagons and Harness,
2 One-horse Wagons and Harness,
1 Express Wagon and Harness,
25 Plows, Coulters and Harnees,
400 Ames' Cast-steel Shovels,
3 sots of Blacksmith Tool?,
4 Derricks and extra blocks.
A largo lot of Picks, Mattocks, Axes, i
Cas; teol Juniper, Spawling and Hand 1
Hammers, Churn and Jumper-drills, Qi
stones, Platform Scales, Pots, Ovens, Ski!
with a largo varioty of other articles.
Tho Mules aro tho choice out of 140 Y
horetoforo owned by tho Company, as
overseer wad instructed to retain tho
when previous sales wcro made.
Tho Mules will bo sold on thc first d
salo, and Carts, Wagons and Harness ol
second day. Terms cash. E. BELG
President North-wcetern N. C. R. B.1
" 5 - . i . -m
Valuable Deal Estate, at Auction.
BY E. W. 8EIEEL8 & CO.
JACOB LEVIN, AUOTIOHEEB.
WE trill sell, without recorvo, on tho second
MONDAY (9th) in January, commencing ll
That really valuablo property, on which
formorlj- stood the "United States Hotel," at
the corner of Richardson and Lady streets,
consisting of five Lots, 25 fu ot-1 inch iront
oach, on Main or Richardson street, and run
ning back ICS.
Six Lots, fronting on Lady street, 25 feet,
more or lees, and rtmning back 184 feet G
This is tho most valuable property ever of?
fered in this city, and is destrame, in every
point of view, iii location, and from tho fact
that tho property ?B unencumbered and titles
Terme will be stated by Auctioneers at sale.
_ PPP 24_
coUFOVHD A CID
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMI'OSIING with COTTON SEED.
I^niS article ia manufactured by tho Pacific
Guano Company, at Charleston, 8. C..
under thc auperintendenco of Dr. 8T. JULIEN
RAVENEL. When composted with an equal
weight ol Cotton Seed, its results have been
found fully equal to tho beat standard Fertil?
izers. Ita economy munt commond it to tho
notice of plantare generally.
For spocific diroctions for composting and
for supplies, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Soiling Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN 8. REESE & CO.,
Dec 21 i3mo General Agents, Baltimore
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC CHANO.
THIS GUANO is now so woll known in all
tho Southern States for its remarkable
effects aa an agency for increasing the pro?
ducts of labor, as not to require special re?
commendation from us. Its uso for five years
past has established itB oharaoter for roliablo
excollenco. Tho largo fixed capital invested
Ly tho Company in this trade affords tho
surest guarantee cf the continued excellence
of its Guano. J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agont, Charleston, 8. C.
JOHN S. HEESE A CO.,
Dec 24 }:lmo General Agents, Baltimore.
10 DHLS. FINE IRISH POTATOES.
?3?=?^ 10 hhls. Now York Apples.
WBSgj 10 billa. Now York Onions.
Bmmmm i bbls. Baltimoro Pearl Grist.
4 bola. Baltimoro Corn Flour.
2 bbls Jeraoy Herrings.
For ?ale low. hv
MONTEITH A FIELDING,
Doc 23 Auctioneers and Com. Merchants.
All thc above at retail, for 25 ocnts per can.
Alao, Condorrsed Milk, Salmon, Oysters, Lima
Koa UH. Pine Apple, Sardines, Pickles. Catsups,
Ac. For salo at very lowest pricoe, by
Dec 15_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
GRAIN! GRAIN! GRAIN!
AV. J. YV H IT MI HE, QUEEN VT L. I.E. g. C.,
DEALER in GRAIN and COUNTRY PRO?
DUCE of all kinds. Will pay prompt
attention to all orders entreated to his care.p
This ia a rare opportunity for Planters and
others living along the line of the Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, to procure their snp
pliea at Urst coat. I only ask a fair trial, and
guarantee satisfaction. Nov 24 3mo
3?Hh A0RE8 of LAND in Barnwell,
.OUI/ on the Edisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lota to snit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in thia city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
Sept 25 _*_ly
Liquors and Cigars.
1833. dames Hennessy, 1858 and 18G5.
Pinot Cabtillon, 1800.
WINKS.-Moot A Chandon's CHAMPAGNES.
Thcso all brands, being sole agent in South
Carolina, and tho Wines second to none.
SIIERUIES.-All grades, from common to thc
HOCK, WHITE ANO CLAUET WINES.-Hock
heimer, Laudeshcimer, H't Sauternes, Latour
Blanch, St. Julien, La Rose, Nierstoner, Mar
cobrium, H't Barsac, Chateau Sauternes,
Pentct ?anet, Margaux, Grand Vin Chateaux,
Lafitte and Latour, Vintage 1858.
FINK WHISKIES, AC- Theso are solected with
great care, and compriso the finest known
brands, whilst tho stock of rectified goods,
domestic GINS, RUM, Ac, aro offered at lower
SCOTCH WHISKEY.-Beal PEAT REEK, is of
my own importation, very superior.
Cm MIS - LIVE INDIAN, Figaro, Espanola,
Palmetto, and other brands are offered, choice
in quality and morlcr&te in price.
SMOK?NG TOBACCO in variety, and spe?
cially selected with regard to quality; and, a
word in your ear, tho boBt is always the cheap
eat,jin whatever one eats, drinks or smokes.
THE subscriber would re?
spectfully inform bis friends
land old customers that be baB
're-established himBolf in tho
_I GENERAL GROCERY BUSI?
NESS, at his old Btand, (No. 180,) where he
will ho ploascd to show and Bell to purchasers
a completo stock of new fancy and substan?
tial GOODS, carofully ?elected.
Richardson street, first equaro South of old
Market corner. ORLANDO Z. BATES.
Dec 1 3mo_
25 Cents for Cotton.
MESSRS. L?RICK A LOWRANCE having
purchased tho right to manufacturo
John G. liam's improved SEED and MANURE
DROPPER, for Richland, would call the atten?
tion of all farmers using fertilizers and re?
quest an examination of this planter-tho
best and moat porfeot ever yet invented; hav?
ing taken the premium at tho Georgia and
Alabama Stato Fairs. Tho undersigned aro
prepared to furnish any quantity of Plows,
Cotton Planters and Plow Handles, at a low
liguro. Every variety of Agricultural Imple?
ments on hand. LORfCK A LOWRANCE.
Florida Oranges and Lemons.
Q AAA ORANGES and LEMONS, in
O.vJUW line order, for salo by
Deo 22 E. HOPE.
Fertilizers aud Manures.
TO PLANTERS AND FARMER8.-A gene?
ral agenev is established in Columbia
for reliable and"of acknowledged valuo, FER?
TILIZERS and FERTILIZING MATERIAL.
I odor tho celebrated Stonewall Fertilizer.
Tho material is of Southern product- mado
at Richmond, Va. English Dissolved Bones
imported direct to Charleston. Bono Dust
and Ground Bones, Shell Limo, Land Plaster.
Phuino, or Stable Manure concentrated. Call
and Bte samples at my Drug Store.
Nov 21 t E. H. HEINirSH, Druggist.