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BntTH3ETi3, January 8.-King William
has abandoned the idea of entering Puris.
Upon tho capitulation, the forts ure to
be garrisoned and. provisioned for two
yours nnd tho Germans aro to hold Alsace
and Lorraine, Belfort, Bitoho nud tho
lino of communication with Paris. After
unconditional surrender, the Gardo Na?
tionale are to be armed nnd made re?
sponsible for the preservation of order
in tho capital, and tho Gorps L?gislatif!
be summoned ic meet on the 3d o? tue
LONDON, January 4.-A plan ie on foot
for a publio reception nnd dinner to
JuIos Favre on hie arrival hero to attoud
The report that Austria seuds a ploni
potentinry to Versailles is authoritatively
By tho surrender of Musieres 20,000
prisoners, 106 gtins and a quantity of
stores Fell into the "bunds of tho Germans.
VKK?ATLLKS, January 5.-The bom
burdittent o? tho Southern forts of Paris
comto?nced'th?s (TUorsday) morning.
LIT.TI^, January 5.-A battle fought by
tho Army of the North, oa tho 3d, re?
sulted in a great victory. Faid herbe re
po?h? :tii? villitges of Bupa and De
htteghiers destroyed. Railway travel be?
tween Lille nnd Cambrai has been re?
stored. Tho fortress of Peronue is
ne?iry-dostroyed, but still holds ont.
L?H??N, January C.-The Austrian ,
Government, in replying to Bismarck's ?
rto^f?grirding German unity, declines a
format', discussion at present, though
Mintier Boost says tho restoration of ;
ilia Gorman Empire is not only received
with Batisfnotiou by the Germon people,
but.is.personally gratifying to Emperor
Francis Joseph, of Austria, who sincerely
wishes bo cultivate friendship with Gor- ,
many. . ,
The correspondent of thu Loudon
7wies,, writiug from Paris, thinks further
resist un eu will be brief, its food will fail <
before the cud of the present, mouth.
Jules Favre informs Bismarck that hu ,
knows nothing of tho Koro penn confer
euce, und will not leavo Paris to at- ?
HAVRE, January G-Evening.-The ,
Prussians, in force, a tucked the French j
ou tho loft bauk of thc Seine to-day. ,
LONDON, Jan nary G.-Tho Spanish i
Cabinet ia as follows: President, Serano; |
Foreigu Minister, Masbas; Justice, UH-1 <
ba; Marine, Bet-ranger; Interior. Sigos
ta; Publie Works, Z n illa; Colonie?, i
A epeoial to tho Telegram, dated na?
vre, Jauuary 5, confirms tho despatch, ;
already published, of a great batt lo on
the.left bank of tho Seine. The buttlo ,
was very H?roe uud sanguinary, aud lust- |
ed seven hours, but no decided advan?
tages were gained. Tho loss of the ,
Prussians was heavy. Tho French j
troops showed remarkable spirit nud .
daring. ? j
General Manteuffel telegraphs from i
Amerns, on the 3d inst., that Gen. B u- t
than, with troops from tho first army
oorps, attacked the French early iu the
moruing of that day, (Tuesday,) on the (
left bank of the Seine, and captured
three cannon, three ilags, and 500 pri?
soners. Barthiiu himself telegraphs
from Klotten, on the 4th, confirming the
above, and ndds that he has pursued thu .
enemy beyond Bourguohnrd. Tho battle i
lusted throughout the day.
The ship S. D. Thurston, from New ?
York, wrecked in tho British Channel. ,
CiiAnijESTON, January G-Arrived
Steamship J. W. Everunm, Philadelphia.
NEW YORK, Jauuury 3.-A World ca- j
ble from London, tho 4th, says tho Duke ,
of Cambridge is about to bo succeeded
by Lord Napier as oomniuudcr-inohief ,
of the army, and Mr. Cardwell, as So- '
oretary of War, by Lord Grathuaim.
England is determined to arm.
Charles A. Sweetser, of tho Round Ta- \
ble and Mail, died to-day. I
WASHINGTON, January 5.-Extract \
from Gov. Geary's message: 4'Tho em?
ployment of United States troops at RU ,
election without the consent of the local
and Stato Governments, has recently re?
ceived considerable attention and repre?
hension. It is regarded as an interfer
enoe with tho sovereign rights of the
States which was not contemplated by
the founders of the Geuerul Govern?
ment, und if persisted in must lead to
results disastrous to peace and harmony.
The practice is ono serious iu its cha?
racter, and so injurious in its tendencies
as to merit prompt consideration and de?
cisivo notion, not ouly by tho General
Assembly, but by Congress. Ono of the
complaints of the colonists against the
British King was the oppression growing
out of ibo assumption of this power.
.They B iid he has kept among us iu times
of peuce standing annies, without the
consent of our Legislature, and what is
especially pertinent to the cine in poiut,
*ho has affected to render Ho? military
indipendent of and superior to their
civil power.' Tho alleged authority for
tho uso of troops ut our State elections
is drawn from tho tenth section of un
Act of Congress, approved May tho 31st, j
18GB, entttii 1 nu Act to eu force the
right of citizens of tue United States to
vote in tho .several States of tho Union,
aud for other purposes, which author?
izes United States marshals to cal! to
their assistance such portion of tho laud
and naval forces of the United Slates,
or of tito militia, as may bo necessary to
tho performance of tho duty with which
they are charged, and to insure a faith?
ful observance of the fifteenth amend?
ment to tho Constitution of tho United
States. But it must be a forced con?
struction of this law that will justify the
presence of armed national farces ut our
places of election when no necessity ex?
ists therefor, and when their presence is
calculated to provoke collision. Wilh a
good President, tho exercise of the
power referred to might havo no injuri?
ous results, but in the hands of u bad
mao, governed by personal ambition, it
might prove exoeedingly cal? mi Ump.
Uueo'iiseioOtioitaly, a good President
might be induced to employ it wrong?
fully; ri bad one would be almost certain
to uso it for bis own advancement. Un?
der any circumstances, iu my opinion; it
is unsafo and antagonistic to tho princi?
ples that should govern our Republican
institutions. At tho last October elec?
tion United States troops wore stationed
in Philadelphia for tho avowed purpose
of enforcing tho election laws. This
was done without tho consent or even the
Unowledge ot tho civil authorities of
either tho city ortho State, and without
any expressed desire on tho part of the
citizens, and us far as can bo ascertain?
ed, without existing necessity. From a
conscientious conviction of its impor?
tance, I have called your attention to
this subject. A neglect to have doue so
might have been construed as an in?
dorsement of n roeasnro that meets my
unqualified disapproval. Tho civil au?
thorities of Ptiuusy!vania huvo always
been and aro still competent to protect
i?s aitize?s in the exercise of their elec?
tivo frauchi.se, and the proper and only
time for tho United ?States military forces
to intervene will bc when tho power of
tho Commonwealth is. exhausted and
their aid is lawfully required."
Tho Tribune comments thus: "The
remarkable passage iu the message of
Gov. Geary, of Pennsylvania, on tho
subject of thc employment of troops at
elections is mainly remarkable for its re?
semblance to tho kindest utterances of
Gov. Hoffman. That the presence of
troops is desirable nobody claims; that
it was desirable iu Philadelphia was per?
haps a subject for consultation between
the Governor and tho President, hardly
Tor discussion in this message."
Ferry, who was nominated by tho Wis?
consin Republican caucus, and whose
election is conceded, succeeds Howard,
who is credited with tho fourteenth or
Howard's amendment. It is slated that
tho Senate Committee on Claims have
beeu boldiug in abeyance some 50?
alai ms similar to that ol' J. Hilton liest,
which the Sonate affirmed to day. Tnt
Sit nat t? adjourned to Monday.
The Treasury Department has issued
Orders that the tariff bu assessed accord?
ing to the decision of tho Chicago Court
rgainat the Government in a malt case,
where the collector charged ntcousump
lion rates iu Canada, which included i
homo excess duly. This decision will
seriously affect imports from countries
where products are taxed for consump
Lion, but not for export, especially wiue
Lea and coffee from England. There i:
much confusion iu regulations anti dis
satioftiotiou among importers.
LANCASTER, January 5.-II. G. Bren
uer, who was to have been married lo
night at 7 o'clock, suicided.
NEW YORK, January 5.-Thc Chambo
>f Commerce unanimously resolved tba
it is inexpedient to petition Congress t
itop privateering tinting time of wai
lt was stated hy a prominent membe
Llmt the Government was opposed to th
Tho case of tho alleged fillibustt
Florida was adjourned to Saturday. Tb
evidence on both sides is completed, ur
less tho Goverumout liuds two wi tu ease
who have been spirited away siuce th
The books of a prominent Germa
sugar firm lately seized have beeu ri
turned upou payaient of $10,000 fine.
Senor Asando, u credited Span is
agent to settle Cuban troubles with th
country, returned to Europe to-day.
NEW ORLEANS, January 5.-Govern?
Warmouth vetoed siuce Monday, ar
returned to tho Legislature, tweuty-oi
bills, passed last sessiou, covering a
propriatious amounting to SC,875,0(
und 500,0 IO acres of hind. Bonds fi
sonic of them have been thrown on tl
market. Auioug tho bills vetoed are tl
guaranty of the Alexandria, Howard ai
fulton Railroad second mortgage bout]
Louisiana Petroleum Coal Oil Oom pac
Louisiana Dredging Company, Missi
sippi Valley Levee Company, &3.000,0
per annum, to increase the expense
tho metropolitan police #44,000 per a
num. The Picayune, Times and Jiepi
Hean approve thu Governor's vetoes.
CINCINNATI, Jaauary 6.-Tho value
the Daily Times, au evening paper, is i
ported in tho Probate Court as follow
Material, $60,000 ; good will, $1I0,00(
INDIANAPOLIS, January G.-There a
rumors that tho Republican Senators i
teud to resign' and go home.
WASHINGTON, Juuuary G.-The Co
tnittco on Foreign Relations took a t
vote upon San Domingo, with two me
hers absent, who receutly wero advc
lo the measure looking to auuexatit
Tho voto stool npou the motion dire
ing Banks to report tho Senato bill
Monday: Ayes-Banks, Orth, Mye
Nays, ?Sheldon, of New York, Willa
Ambler, Swanu und Wood. Absen
Wilkinson and Judd. Tho commit
consists of ten mombors, of whom t
aro Democrats. Notwithstanding
adverso vote, banks, us a matter
courtesy, will bo allowed to report
Senato bill to tho Houso on Mond
The indications aro that tho utoar
T'ounesseo, which was Utting out
carry the President's San Domingo O
missioners, will remaiu ut anchor. '
adiniuistratior, however, is still co
dont, and expects tho Commissioners
rotura in timo for action this session.
Preliminaries of a joint comniiss
for tho settlement of any question ti
ing from Cuban complications, whent
tho United States uud Spain are i
rusted, wore inaugurated hero to-day
Tho Spanish Minister disavows
interest upou either side iu tho
.Missouri circles consider Blair's <
lion to tho Senato as quite probable.
Notico bas been giveu that ou
after the 5th of February, 1871,
light on Sullivan's Island, Charlo
harbor, South Carolina, will be sh
from an euchred frame. The bcaci
on a two story frame dwelling, 100
j East of Fort Moultrie, and 1,000
I North-west of its present position.
dwell io g and beacon will be painted
white. The character of the light, its
height above the sea level, and its
compass range of visibility, will not bo
In the ]louse, the msjority resolutions
concerning Admirals Gordon nnd DAVIS
woro passed. Thoy order a court of
inquiry, notwithstanding their course was
approved by the State and Navy Depart?
ment. Brooks presented a memorial
for the extension of the work of the
hydrographie office from tho officcra of
tho leading marino insurance companies,
from the Pacific Mail S eamship Com?
pany, Panama Railroad Company, At?
lantic Mail Steamship Company, New
York and Mexican Steamship Company,
uud a largo number of merchants whose
commerce is all over the world. A bill
was introduced for tho consolidation of
the Indian tribes and tho organization of
a systom of governmenut for tho Indian
NEW YORK, January G.-The French
Government informs the telegraph com?
pany that messages for Paris will bo for?
warded by pigeons at tho sender's risk.
Charge, ten cents per word. Mesanges
must not exceed tweuty words.
ATLANTA, January G.-There is much
comment here ni business circles over
the reported failure of the Alabama and
Chattanooga Railroad to pay tho Janua?
ry iutorestou their first mortgage bonds,
eudorsed by Alabama, and the state?
ment that'the Governor of Alabama can?
not provide for the payment of tho inte?
rest by the State until thc Legislature
meets. The laws of this State make it
the duty of the Governor to pay tho in
terest ou thc endorsed bonds whenever
tho ro.tds fail to pay, so that the holders
of bonds endorsed by Georgia are sure
of tho iutcreut being paid promptly,
without waiting for .special legislation.
A gentleman who follows the profes?
sion of a school teaoher gavo out one
morning ns n reading lesson to his first
ohis.s that portiou of "Thc Merchant of
Venice" in which the "pound of flesh"
sueno occurs. Tho reading finished, he
asked the class what Shylock meant
when bu said, "My deeds upon my bend."
"Well," said too tallest boy, "I don't
know, unless it menus he carries bis pa?
pers iu his but."
An Iowa mau, living within throe
miles of n railroad, hus never been in n
car; uover beeu courting; never sut ou u
jury, or kissed a girl.
A New York gentleman is gaining
fame by milking h's young lady friends
presents of $500 baskets of flowers.
PIN ANUIA I. AM) COMMKUCIJll..
CoiiCMltIA, S. C., January 7.-Sales of
cotton, yesterday, 71 bales - middling
LIVERPOOL, January 5-3 P. M.
Cotton tending down-uplands H^/S'u';
LIVERPOOL, .limunry G.-Evening.
Cotton closed flat and irregular-uplands
7%@8; Orleans 8}?(??$*.i ? sales 10,000
bales ; speculation and export 1,000
LONDON, January 5-Evening.-Con?
sols 92M. Louds 89%.
NEW YORK, January G.-Noon.-Flour
unchanged. Wheat quiet and heavy.
Corn firm. Pork steady. Lard dull and
steady. Cotton dull and nominal-up?
lands* 15 ; Orleans lo,'.j ; sales 2,300
bales. Freights steady. Stocks weak.
Gold steady, at 10??'@10%. Money
easy, at G(?)7. Sterling-long 9 ; short
9. G2'S8,'B. Tennessee's ex-coupons,
62%; new 61,'.j. Virginia's ox-coupons,
05; new G3. Missouri's 89. Louisiana's,
old, Gi ; new G5 ; levee G's 70 ; B's 81.
Alabama's8's95; o's70. Georgia's G's 78;
7's 89. North Carolina's, old, ll'.j ; now
22%. South Carolina's, old, 85 ; new
7 P. M.-Cotton unsettled, with sales
of 5,500 bales, nt 15. Flour unchanged.
Wheat quiet-winter red and amber
Western 1.45(7^1.50. Corn higher and
lc. better, at77@79. Groceries dull but
steady. Whiskey 91. Pork dull, at
19.750i>20.00. Beef steady. Lard un?
changed. Freights dull. Money G@7.
Sterling 9??($9>?. Gold 10^@10%.
Governments firm. G23 8;la. Southerns
fell off this morning, and closed steady
at the decline. Virginias 65@67j?; new
63(?567. Louisianas G5($G7,'.; ; 7s 70(77(74.
Georgias 7b(aV79. North Carolinas 44(a)
45; new 22).;?(?23J:?. Alabamas 95(o.
97 \', ; 5s 70(?Y73. Stocks Armer,
BALTIMORE, January G.-Flour ac?
tive; high grades advanced
Wheat firm aud scarce. Corn firm
whito 80(77)81 ; yollow 78. Pork in im?
proved demand, nt 20.50. Shoulders
9%. Whiskey 91(2,92. Cotton in good
export demand-middling 15; receipts
G20 bale:*; sales DUG; stock 11,570; re?
ceipts of the week 3,630; eales of tho
LOUISVILLE, January G.-Bagging
dull, at 25(17,20. Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn aotive. Mess pork
20.00. Lard 12. Shoulders 10>^; clear
sides 12. Whiskey quiet.
ST. Lotas, January 6.-Flour firm.
Corn dull, at 42@45. Tobacco aud
bagging nothing doing. Whiskoy 89.
Provisions very firm. Bacon nominal.
CINCINNATI, January G. Flour and
corn steady. Provisions irregul?r, and
in speculative demand. Mess pork 19.50.
BOSTON, January G.-Cotton tending
upward-middling 15j4@15^8? receipts
.1*0 bales; sales 400; stock 7,000; receipts
of tho week 7.3GG; sales of tho week
SAVANNAH, Jauuary G.-Cotton quiet
but firm-middling 14%; receipts 4,042
bales; sales 1,300; stock 84,079; rccoipts
of tho week 27,819; sulcs of the week
MEW ORLEANS, January G.-Flour dull
-superfine 5.50; double firstname.lastname@example.org.'.j ;
treble 5.90(??? 25. Corn drooping-yel?
low 68; white 70. Pork dull-moss 20.50.
Bacon-olear rib held at 12>?; clear 13;
hams 19@21. Lard dull-tierce 12; keg
14. Sugar dnll-primo 9J?(?;10. MO
lasses unchanged. Whiskey 1.05(7/1.10.
I Coffee - primo 15,4 ??\ lo??, Coito
stoicly-middling 14>?@14)?; receipts
6,711 bales; stock 228,232; receipts of
tbe week 48.052; saleo of the week 48,000;
OHARiiKeToi?, January 6.-Cotton steady
-middling 14^0; receipts 1,302 bales;
sales 1,000; stock 32,098; receipts of the
week 11,191; sales o? the week 4,000.
MOBILE, January 6.-Cotton dull
middling 14; receipts 2,679 bales; sales
2,000; stock 52,111; receipts of tho week
15,850; sales of tho week 9.800.
AUOUSTA, January 0.-Cotton quiet and
weak, at li for middling; sales 530
bales; receipts GOO.
NOBFOLK, January 6.-Cotton dull
low middling 14; receipts 1,945 bales;
sales 100 ; stock 7,106; receipts of the
week 11.254 ; sales of the week 500.
WILMINGTON, January 6.-Cotton firm
-middling 14 ; receipts 376 baleu ; sales
76 ; stock 2,896 ; receipts of tho week
2,800 ; sales of tho week 329.
GALVESTON, January G.-Cottou steady
-middling 13?? ; receipts 1.5G1 bales ;
sale? 2,500 ; stock 53,067 ; receipts of
the week 11,873; sales of tho week
WHOLESALE PUlCE? t; i; ll it KN T.
OOBBBUTBO WEEKLY HY TUE IlOAllD OF TBADE.
APPLES, tybu.l t?OutfW . aloLAssEs,Cuba,3505U
BAOOINO,.22033 NowOrl'iis DOO 1 00
BALE ROFE, Manil,025 ! Sugar ll'so..7O0l lo
N.Y.orWostjJtb 8012 1 NAILS, kog5 5006 00
BUTTKU, North. 40050 j ONIONS.$}busl 7502 00
Country, \i lb.25035 OIL, Korosono,g4505O
BACON. llama. ..22025 Machiucrv. .7501 00
Sides, \.i lb.. 14016 , SPECIE, Gold 0108
Shoulders... 12014 Silver. 0103
CANDLES, Snorm4O07O POTAT'S, Iris 1 0002 00
Adamantine lb18020 ? Sweet, bus 75090
COTTON YARNI 3001 40 RICE, Carolina lb SiclO
Gorro?,Stet M,13@133 1 SuoT,$fbag. 25002 55
Middling-13^014 . SALT, I a vor p.22002 25
Low Miill'g,_12 I SOAP, tjith,.80 9
Good Orduy,-11? ' SPIUITS, Alcohol,gl7 50
Ordinary.ll ! Bramlv . .4 00012 00
GUEESE, E.?.lb. 20025 \ Gili ..2 0007 50
Factory.16022. Rum.2 00 0 7 00
L?OFTEE, ilio,Ti)lbl8024 1 Whiskey.. .1350 4 00
Laguayia-21020 SUOAII, Crus &. P_16
Java.30033 1 Brown.12
I'Lomi, Co. 700010 00 STAUCH, ?) lb... 9.1010
Northern.700011 00 TEA,Green lbl 000 2 00
IHiAiN, Corn 1 200 1 25 ' ltlnck, . ..1 0001 10
Wheat... .1 40^1 50 ' TOBACCO, Chw.6001 00
Oats. 75000 Smoking,lb..5001 00
Pea?- 1 1001 25 VlNEOAn, Wine,.50060
HAY, Noi I li, %)ewt.2 50 French_ 01 70
HIDES,Dry, $JU>12?018 WINK, Chum.28035 00
Green.08 Port, %fgal300?5 80
LAUD, V.UI.15 Sherry... 3 5006no
LIME, ??J nhl. 2 6302 75 Madeira.,.2 5005 70
PROFESSOR ANTRIM, so well and favora?
bly known in these part* as a most accom?
plish) d trainer of horses, will give h smuts on
next S.vrennAV, December 7. All persons,
therefore, who wiall to leam, in un easy and
rapid manner, how to managna horse, and at
tho sanie time to euro all the curable diseases
which horse-lle.-h is heir to, will do nell to
attend ibo lecture. The Prob-ssor will give
a free lecture at J o'clock on that day, at the
The gentlemen who componed lita former
cla-seo aro invited to bia second courue free.
It is quite unnecessary io say anything in
reference to tho ability and accompliabme.ntH
uf Prof. ANTRIM, as they aro already well
known to our citizens. All that wo have to
aay further is, attend the lecture, join thc
elaas, ami learn bow to caro for your burne
as well as your mule.
His celebrated thoroughbreds-STONEWALL
.1 ACKSON and J grp. DAVIS-aro offered for salo.
They can be seen at Logan's stable. 2*
MTO RKKT.-A DWELLING HOUSE,
situated on corner of Souate and Sum?
ter street;. Also, a PIANO. Apply to
E. W. 8EIBELS fi CO.,
Jan 5 At Hoke's storo.
NOTICE.-AH parties indebted to tho un?
dersigned, ny Note or otherwise, aro
earnestly requested io call and settle and
save further costs. S. SHERIDAN.
Jan 5 3 _
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC-Tho recent
cold weather having caused many of the
water pipes to burnt, and a waste of water in
consequence, and tho capacity of Uio ma?
chinery belhg inanflicient to nopply the re?
servoir, wbilo this waste continue?, tho public
are cautioned to bo as economiual as possible
with tho supply. Where leaks may havo oc?
curred, aud a waste following in consequence,
if not informed of, as prescribed by law, thu
Ordinance of tho city inflicting a fino for sueh
neglect will bo enforced. A complaint book
is opon at tho guard house for this purpose
Hy order cf Litv Council.
Jan 5 WM. J. ETTER. Clerk Council.
FINAL NOTICE.-I hereby give notice
that I will apply to Hon. William Hutson
Wigg, Judge of Probate, at his oftlce, in Co?
lumbia, on 7th January, 1871, at 10 A.M., for
final discharge as Executor of estate of Pii
se i Ila Thompson, deceased.
Dec 8 j!3_W. H. BROWN
CANARY BIRDS.-Tho undersigned
.^^r^has inst received another lot of fine
^ngOANAltlES- malo as well as female
xSSEbirds. T. M. POLLOCK.
NOTICE.-Tho subset ihei s having tried
tho "CREDIT SYS TEM" for the last three
years, have found it to bo a losing btisitiesH,
and havo como to tho conclusion lo adopt tho
exclusively ? CASH SYSTEM" from thia dato.
They would also call upon all indebted to
them to >. .uno up to tho "Captain's Onice" and
aettlo. CAMPBELL fi JONES.
Jan 1_ _
OLO BANK. BILL? ?uti MUTILATED
CURRENCY bought and fold by
Nov 23 Gmo D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
STOCKS, BONDS ?ntl COUI'ONS bought
and sold by D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
Nov 23 Onio
AN assortment ol' fresh CRACKERS, of tho
finest quai i ty. consisting of Soda, Boston.
Butter. Lemon,"Ginger, Cream aud Lunch
Milk, for ?alu al lower prices Hom usual, by
Jan ? lum E STENHQUfh.
f BB LS. No. 1 MACKEREL, very tine, at
?) Jan 5 6 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
*r BOXES VINE CODFISH, at
O Jan 5 C. HARDY SOLOMON'S.
5KEGS FULTON MARKET BEEF-very
line-at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Jan 5 0
Just Arrived and for Sale.
25 HEAD OF NORTHERN HORSES,
yg&nseveral Ano Ponies, several faat Trot
flpTSlrera, and a number of lino farm Horses
' ' 'and Mules, at Agnew A. Co.'s Stables,
Assembly street, opposite tho Post .Office.
Jan it 3* ?u?"??V"' _
Florida Oranges snd Lemons.
O AAA ORANGES and LEMONS, in
?J.UUU tine order, for salo by
LATEST QUOTATIONS OP SOTJTTHBRN SE
OU BITTES IN OHARTiKfiTON, S" C-Cor rec ted,
Jun nary 0. 1870, by
Banker aud Broker, No. 25 Broad street.
iVorncs of Securities. Hale In. O'/ 'd A sked.
North Carolina, old_ G _ 45
N. Carolina, new. 6 .... 25
South Carolina, old_ G .... 85
S. Carolina, new. G _ 70
S. C. reg'd stock, ex in. G _ 75
Georgia, old. 7 _ 91
Georgia, new......... 7 .... 03
Georgia. G _ 88
Tennessee, old. G _ 62
Tennessee, uew. 0 .... G5
Alabama . 8 _ 100
Alabama. 5 .... 73
Atlanta, Ga., bonds_ 8 _ 8G
Augusta, Ga., bonds... 7 .... 78
Charleston stock. G .... 52
Charl'n Fire Loan b'ds 7 .... G8
Columbia, 8. C., bonds 6 _ 60
Columbus, Ga., bonds^ 7 ... 70
Macon, Ga., bonds.... 7 .... 75
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
endorsed... G 46 ....
" unendors'd.. G 44 ....
Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 .... 85
Wilmington, N. O. S 75
Wilmington, N. C. 6 ... 72,?.1
KA.ir.IU 'AD BONDS.
Atlantic uud Gulf. 7 .... 80
B. lt. K., 1st mortgttgo 7 _ GO
Central Georg'a.'. 7 .... 00
Oharlostnn and SavilU. . G .... CS
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 7 _ 85
Cherawaud Darlingtou 7 .... 82
Chcraw & Dar., 2d mort 7 _ 72
Georgia Railroad. 7 .... 98
Green. & Col., 1st mor. 7 .... 85
Green. & C., State gnar T _ G5
Laurens. 7 ... 50
Memphis Sc Charleston. 7 .... 83
North-Eastern 1st mort. S .... 88
North-Eastern, 2d mort. S .... 72
Suv. Ar Char., 1st mort. 7 _ 78
Sav. ?fc Chur., State gua 7 .... GO
South Carolina. 7 .... 73
South Caroliua. G _ 69
Spartunbnrguud Union 7 .... 55
KAI L ito AD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic aud Gulf. 100 _ 38
Central Ga., ex div_ 100 '_lit)
Charlotte, Col. vt Aug.. 100 _ 40
Georgia. 100 _ 08
Green, and Cid. lt. It.. 20 _ 2
Macon and Western. .. 100 _ 108
Memphis & Charleston. 25 _ 10
North-eastern. 50 .... 13
Savannah ?t Charleston 100 _ 30
So. Cu., whole shares.. 100 .... 41
So. Ca., half shares... 123 .... 41
fPeop'a N. B'k Charl'n,
capital. 8500,000. 100
Jlst Nat. Bank Chm Tn
capital ?100,1100. 100 nom
j>S. C. Loan & Trust Co 100 _
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'a.
capital $181,000. 100 100
S. C. Bank A: Trust Co.
en pi tal $200,000. 100 95
liauk of Charlcetou.... 100 ....
Union l?ank S. C. 50 _
People's Bauk So. Ca.. 25 ....
Plan. Sc Me. Bank S. C.
Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Camden. 50 ....
MISC EULA N EO US S EC U KITI ES.
Char. M. Ss M. Co. 100 _
Wando M. Sc M. Co.. . 100 _
Charleston Gas Co. ... 25 ....
Charl'n City lt lt. stoc k 50 _
Grauiteville Man. Co... 100 _
G. & C. lt. ceit. iudeb.
S. C. lt. cert, iudebt's.
N. E. lt. lt., cert, indent.
City Charleston cur. in. 90
City of Memphis coup. ... 00
N. E. ll. ll. pref, stock.
S. & U. ll. past due coup.
S. Ss C. lt. past due coup.
New York sight.,l2?ff P?r
Gold . 110 112
Silver. 103 ....
8. C. HANK KILLS.
*Buuk of Charleston.
Bank of Camden. 30 ....
Bank Georgetown. 5 -
Bank of S. C. 8 ...
Bank of Chester. 10 -
Bank of Hamburg. 8 ...
Bank of Newberry. 3 -
Bauk of tho Stato of
S. C., prior to '61. 40 ...
.? issue '61 and "G2_ 25 ...
*PI. Ss Mee. Bank Char'n.
.^People's Bank Charl'n.
?Union Bank Charles'n.
*S. W. lt. lt. Bank, old.
*S.W. lt. R. Bank, new.
Stato Bank, Charleston .... G ...
Farmers'Ex. B'k Char. 2 ...
Exchange Bank, Coln m - H
Com'l Bank, of Colum .... 8
Merell. Bauk of Choraw - . 6
Planter'sBank Fairfield .... G ...
S. C. bills receivablo. 95
Charlestou change bills. 95 ....
fLeas Stock thviitond of 20 per cent.
and cash dividend of 6 per cent.
jLesa cash divideud of G per ceut.
gLess cash dividend of 6 per cent.
JKi?* Bills marked thus (*) aro being
redeemed at. tho hank counters of paeh.
Rocking Horses, Etc
KIUS KRINGLE baa arrived at M H. Ber
rv's Furniture- Wurorooma, with a supplv
of NICE KOOKING HOUSES. Seo thom, by
A lar?o lot of FURNITURE, jual received.
_ Doc 24_._ ._ _
^r^/P '25 HEAD of good SADDLE IrK?
f?ZfS and HARNESS HOUSES?
FOUR MOLE TEAM, with Wagon ami uar
ncaa complete 'ferais cash. Inquire of
l)(;c 13 JOHN H. HUBBARD.
New Raisins, Figs, Citron, &c
-* f\?\ WHObE, half and quarter boxea
JUJU mw LAYER HAlSlNsand CITRON,
50 half drinan Sm\rnu FIGS,
English Walnuts, Pecan*, Brazil Nuts and
Almonds, fresh and for eal? low.
Valuable Real Estate, at Auction.
BY E. W. 8EIBEL8 & CO.
JAOOD LEVIN, AUCTION EBB.
WE will noll, without reaorve, ou the second
MONDAY (Oth) in January, commencing ll
That really valuable property, on which
formerly stood tho "'United States Hotel," at
tho corner of Richardson und Lady streets,
consisting of fivo Lota, 2b feet 1 inch front
euch, on Main or Itichardaon street, and run?
ning back 105.
Six Lots, fronting ou Lady et reet, 25 feet,
more or leca, and running back 184 feet G
Thia ia the most valuablo property ever of?
fered in this city, and is desirable, in overy
point of view, in location, and from tho faot
that thu property is unencumbered and titlos
Terina will bu stated by Auctioneers at sala.
Dee. 24 _
17>0It SALE, twenty bushels finest WHITE
. OATS, for Spring planting. $8 per
bushel. Apply to J. 8. G. M A YB ANT.
Jan 5 _fl
Hyson, Ooloug and English
Break rast Teas.
New Hulled BUCKWHEAT
Now Orleans and Golden Syrup.
New Y'ork Pig Mama and Broakfast Strips,
etc., for sale at reasonable prices, by
Jan G Imo_ E. STENHOUSE.
Blacksmith and Wheetright.
THE aubacribcr, having started busi
(noHB on bia own account, begs to in?
form bia friends and tho public that ho
ia now prepared to oxecuto all orders in his
lino. Hia Shop ia Iodated on Assombly street,
between Oorvais and Lady.
Jan fi Imo_PHILLIP MOTZ.
Dry Goods Cheap for Cash.
I will sell my stock of Dry
Goods and Fancy Articles at
greatly reduced prices for the
next thirty days.
_C. F. JACKSON.
State of South Oarolina-Newberry Co.
CO Ult T OE COMMON FLEAS.
Catharine Boiizman and others, rs. William W.
tinaatnau, Administrator, and others.
IT appearing to tho aatisfaclion of tho Court
that Francia G. spearman and Frances W.
spearman, his wifo, and Joseph W. Boazman,
reside beyond ibo limita of this State, lt waa
ordered, tl at they be made parlica defendant
in tho above stated ease, by tho publication
of the notice required by law.
Therefore, if they du not plond, answer or
demur to the complaint tiled within eix weeks
from thia date, the same will be taken pro
confessa against them.
THOS M. LAKE, C. C. P. N. C.
NEWIM.HIIY O H., S.O. Dec 17 e6
THE aubBcriber would re?
spectfully inform hia friends
<nd old custom era that he has
're-oatabhahod binftielf in the
IO EN Ell AL GROCERY BUSI?
NESS, at bia old atand, (No. 109,) where he
will bo pleased to ah ow aud sell to purchasers
a complote stock of new fancy and aubstan
lial GOODS, carefully aulected.
Itichardaon street, Drat square South of old
Mai lu t --orner. ORLANDO Z. BATES.
_ ive 1 3mn_
GRAIN ! GRAIN ! GRAIN !
w. .J. wu rr ii i HI:, OKERNVILLE, S. C.,
DEALER in QUAIN and COUNTRY PRO?
DUCE of all kindB. Will pay prompt
attention to all orders entrusted to his cate.v
Thia is a rare opportunity for Planters and
othera living along thc line of the Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, to procure theil sup
plica at tirat coat. I only aak a fair trial, and
guarantee satisfaction. Nov 24 3mo
25 Cents for Cotton.
MESSUM. L?RICK & LOWRANCE httving
purchased tho right to manufacture
John G. liam's improved SEED and MANURE
DROPPER, for Richland, would call the atten?
tion of all farmera using fertilizers ano ro
queat an Lamination of this planter-the
beat and most perfect ever jot invented ; hav?
ing taken tho premium at tho Georgia and
Alabama State Eaira. Thc undersigned are
prepared to furnish any quantity of Plows,
Cotton Plantera and Plow Handles, at a low
figuro. Every variotv of Agricultural Imple?
ments on hand. L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
TAI.I.KV ?Si Ditlt.1l IV KIT..
11 HE undersigned have this day entered
into pal tnerohip, in thc practice of law,
under the name of TALLEY St BAUNWELL.
W. IL PALL LY,
Jan 1 _ NATHANIEL BARNWELL.
ANOTHER Coop of primo TURKEY8.
EGGS, Butter and Fruit on hand.
Dee30_ W. I>. HOHOEMBERQ.
THE NICKERSON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WILL not bo closed on account of tho
death of tho late Proprietor, WILLIAM
A. WnioiiT, but will bo carried on as hereto?
fore, by his widow, Mrs. SARAH L. WRIGHT,
and hor ann, WILLIAM C. WRIGHT. Tho
friends of thu lato proprietor aro invited to
call aa usual. H \ RA ll L. WRIGHT,
Dec3l) WM. 0. WRIGHT.
Just in Store,
i"M\i\ POUNDS of MINCE MEAT,
ZUU -2 ?li il..zen EGGS,
?iii) pounds COUNTRY BUTTER, in
lumps. For -a.e In
Dec 20 MON PEI TH A FIELDING.
A FINE ASSORTMENT of DOLLS. TOJ-B,
/TL and other fancy articlea for tho littlo
A fresh selected stock of CANDIES, fancy
and stick, and a largo assortment of Fancy
and Plain Pound Cakes.
Alinel-.t of MEERSCHAUM PIPES, Cigars,
Ac, at KRAFTS BAKERY,
Dee 24 Main atreot.
Me.it ! Meat ! ! Meat t ! !
THOMAS W. POPE (informs the
oublie that the heat REEF, POBK,
I UT TON an.I SAUSSAGE, in the
Harket, can bo found at still No. 7.
HIV,, mo a call Deo 28 Imo
10 BULB. FINE HUSH POTATOES.
Sit) I.bis. Now York Apples.
10 bbls. Now York Onions.
4 bbls. baltimore Pearl Grist.
4 bbla. Ballimore Corn Flour.
2 bbla Jersey UorrhlgS.
For sale low. by
MONTEITH ,t FIELDING,
Due 21] AUCtiOS