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BOBDBAUX,. January10.~Thtf Motiiteur
publish os tho following from the army
in the East:
"ROUGEMONT, 'DEPARTMENT OP THE
Do una, J ami arv 9.-A battle was fought
North of this place to-day, ending at 7
in tho evening, with victory for our arms-.
Night provents us from ascertaining the
fall extent of our successes. Tho gen?
eral commanding bivouacks in the contre
of tho battlo-iield, and all pro-assigned
positions uro occupied by our troops.
Wo carried Ville Reaexel, which waa the
key of tho enemy's position, with shouts
of 'Loug live Franco and tho Repub?
LONDON, January 10.-English travel?
ers bear testimony to tho generous treat?
ment accorded to French prisoners of
war in Germany.
The British Government has ordered
experiments, which aro now in progress,
to ascertain the applicability to guns
now in use of a new kind of gun-powder,
claimed to be of uncommon strength.
BORDEAUX, January ll.-Officiu! an?
nouncement has been made that the
Germany on the 10th, redoubled their
efforts against the army of Chansey, who,
pressed on all sides, retired to his origi?
nal position. The action was hotly dis?
puted, one of tho French brigades re?
sisting the incessant attacks of the enemy
for six hours. Losses considerable ou
both sides. Gen. Bourbaki, command?
ing the army of the East, telegraphs
that his troops passed Tuesday night in
driving the enemy from houses in Ville
Rexel. Advices from Lille represents the
army of the North as advanced beyond
LONDON, January ll-5.30 P. M.-Im?
portant news has just been received from
Versailles. The German oolamns ope?
rating agaiuBt Gen. Chansey havo driven
him within one mile of Lomans, after a
severe engagement, in which one cannon,
three mitrailleuse and 2,000 prisoners \
wore captured. The loss of Gen. Wer
der's army at the storming of Ville Re
sexel was only 200 killed and wounded.
A large German army is being formed in
the Eastern department of Frunce, which
will be under tho special command of a
distinguished officer, and include the
corps of General Von Werder, Zaustrow
LONDON, January ll.-Tho Germans'
represout the firiug from the Paris forts I
as flagging. Versailles advices report |
that Chansey is retreating at all points.
Tho bombardment of Paris continues
There is great anxiety at Liverpool for
the Bafety of tho steamer Brooklyn.
Tho King telegraphs tho Queen, on
the 11th, that tho bombardment is slow,
in consequence of a snow storm and
heavy fog. Prouue has capitulated,
with 3,000 prisoners. Werder defeated
Bourbaki on the 9th, South of Verstll,
and took 800 prisoners.
LONDON, January ll-10 P. M.-Bal?
loon advices from Puris, this evening,
have been received. Many slight en?
gagements are reported near Malmaison
and Revil; also, on the line of tho Paris
and Strasburg Railway; iu all of which
the Germans wore repulsed with con?
siderable IOBS. Thousands of balls from
German guns fall, during the night, in
the outskirts of Paris, creating havoc
in all directions-killing some women
and children, striking ambulances, mu?
seums, Bchool-houses, &c. Tho popula?
tion of Paris ?3 more than ever resoluto
in its intention to resist to the utmost.
No fear is entertained of surrender, as
Gen. Troohu has issuod a proclamation
to the citizens to thc effect that the
army of Paris will not capitulate.
A oolliery explosion, near Sheffield,
LONDON, January ll-Midnight.
A despatch from Lille states that Fuid
herbe surprised tho rear guard of tho
German army, and thirty of tho enemy
were killed and fifty-nine taken prison?
ers. The French did not lose a man.
The French army again entered Bapnum.
LONDON, January 12-6 A. M.-A de?
spatch from Versailles says a large firo
is raging within the outer walls of Paris
and on the North side of the city.
WASHINGTON, January ll.-Postmas
ter-General Creswell, with a delegation
representing tho element in Maryland
opposed to Democracy, oalled on tho
President to-day, in relation to the
movement ou hand to inaugurate con
solidation movemeut against the De?
mocracy of that State. They said no
thing about officers.
There is authority for saying that all
rumors, since the resignation of Secreta
ry Cox, of Cabinet changes, are without
a particle of foundation. Every member
seems to be thoroughly satisfied with
his position, and the President is satis
fled with them all. The President does
not intend, as some of the newspapers
have stated, to send a message to Con
gress on the subjoct of reconstruction
He will, however, in a few days, trans
mit a largo number of reports from
military officers, received nt the War
Department, in which complaints are
made and incidents given of outrages
and disturbances in tho South. They
will bo submitted in order that action
may be taken, with a view to afford tho
required relief, and a recommendation
to this effect may bo made by tho Presi?
dent in a brief message.
HAVANA, January 12.-Sena, a rebel
boaror of despatches, captured with Ma?
dama Cospedes, was executed. The wife
of Juarez, Mexico's President, is dead.
NEW YORK, January 12.-Tho Herald's
special reports tho French works at Bel
lancas destroyed. Fort Nogent has re?
commenced tiring. Sholls were thrown
into tho Paris and Lyons Railway sta?
tion. It is rumored that the hospital of
tho invalids was hit. Nono of the French
forts havo yet been reached; their cap?
ture involves an advance in tho open
field. Puris will full from hunger and
weariness, but novor from artillery.
Madame C?spedes left the President in
the interior, several days before her cap?
ture; abo was waiting for a vessel on
which to embark and leave the island.
The Bame despatch makes Madame Oes
pedes speak ia the highest terms of kind
and gentlemanly treatment from the
Spaniards. Valmased? ' has abolished
courts martial, except for treason, re?
bellion and sedition.
A writ of attachment was issued for
General Neill, commandant of Govern?
or's Island, for refusing to surrender a
minor, enlisted against his pnrents' con?
sent. Investigation of tho chnrgos
against Kev. Ltarahan, assistant agent Of
the Methodist Book Concern, has com?
WASHINGTON, January 12.--The efforts
of the Union Republicans in Missouri,
so far, are ineffectual, and little pros?
pects. Blair's chances are still the best.
Blair was foremost in the pure Demo?
cratic caucus. A liberal Republican
German paper, published ia jefferson
City, favors Blair.
The ice in the lower harbor of St.
LOU?B has broken, and navigation South
will be resumed to-day. ' Immense quan?
tities of produce and provisions are
Tho Missouri editorial excursion, con?
sisting of ladies aud gentlemen, left St.
Louis yesterday, for Now Orleans and
Mn ny persons in Tennessee, including
tho Judges of the Supremo Court, at?
torney of the United States Conrt, and
sovcral magistrates, have been indicted
for holding office, in violation of the
fourteenth amendment. A bill is pend?
ing in the Tennessee Legislature, pro?
viding counsel to defend them.
The Indiana Legislature has olected
the proprietor of tho Indianapolis Daily
Sentinel Stato Printer.
Three persons perished in the burning
of the hotel at Walton, Boone County,
Tho Ohio Legislature defeated tho bill
forbidding Bibles in schools-14 to 75.
Tho Select Committee on the Decay of
Amorionn Commerce has ordered the
chairman to report favorably a bill es?
tablishing a steamship line between New
Orleans and Mexican ports.
Tho IIouso passed u bill regulating
tho transportation of cattle; it provides
bow long they may bo kept on cars, and
the hours for feeding and watering. Tho
Senate is discussing ocean cables.
In the IIouso, a bill was introduced
incorporating the Shreveport and Upper
Rod River Navigation Company. Tho
Committee on tho Military has beeu or?
dered to investigate West Foiut nffairs.
Thc order for publishing laws in news?
papers was repealed.
lu tho Senate, a m?morial of 1,000
women, headed by Mrs. Gen. Sherman,
against female suffrage, was presented.
The House joint resolution appropri?
ating 8250,000 for the improvement of
thc Louisville and Portland Canal and
?341,000 for tho completion of the Des
Moines Rapids, was up. Chandler moved
to refer it to the Committee on Com?
merce. Ilarlnn said it was important
that tho appropriation for Des Moines
Rapids bo made at once. If the em?
bankment is not rip rapped at once, tho
spring freshets will wash it away. Sher?
man appealed to Chandler to let the bill
pass. It was important that tho appro?
priation for tho Portland and Louisville
Canal should bo mado. Tho bill was
advocated by Morton, Dowell, Kellogg
and others. Chandler said tho river and
harbor bill, with estimates for all these
improvements, would be reported within
four weeks, and this should take its
chances with the rest. After an extend?
ed discussion, motion to refer was re?
jected, and the bill passed and goes to
the President. A commission to inves?
tigate claims for Indian depredations in
Kansas and Nobraska was authorized.
A bill relieving members of Congress
from the importunity of office-holders
was discussed to adjournment.
Tho Secretary of tho Troosury decides
that all rum, gin and whiskey imported
into the United States sinco January 1,
1871, is 8ubjectto a duty of $2.50 per
proof gallon, under tho laws of Con?
gress. This is a disappointment to im?
porters, who expected the decision would
place the duty on these liquors the same
as that on imported brandy-$2 per
Silas A. Strickland, of Nebraska, was
nominated as Governor of Utah Terri
torry. Bishop Simpson declines . the
Dominican commissionership. Alex. H.
Connor waa confirmed as Governor of
Row WITII A CIRCUS COMPANY.-So mo
young men of Opelika got into a row
with tho workingmen of Robinson &
Co.'s cirous after the ch iso of the per?
formance in Loaohapoka, Monday night.
Frank Bailey received a pistol shot in the
hand, Edwin Harris a out in the collar
bono with a knife, and Bailey, Harris
and Crawford, various blows. One
showman was dangerously shot, another
badly oat, and others injured. It is re?
ported that the circus people commenced
There will soon be a railroad passing
from Yeddo to Yokohama, Japan, and
then on South through tho entire length
of the empire. With the completion of
this road tho interior of Japan will bo
practically thrown open to tho world. A
great change is perceptible in tho Japan?
ese. Even tho nobles are beginning to
mix more freely with tho foreigners.
Tho public lands, though tho heritage
of all, havo boen given to speculators to
tho amount of 150,000,000 acres in the
last few years. It is time the old States,
which contributed so largely, both to
original and later parchases, shared
moro fully ia tho benefits of tho common
possession, either by direct bonofit?, or,
what is bettor, reduced Fedoral taxation.
A St. Joseph paper notes tho discovery
of the wreck of an old steamboat, sunk
in the Missouri River, opposite Park?
ville, in tho hull of which was found a
largo amount of freight, including 500
barrels of whiskey and an equal amount
of wino and brandy.
it ig. reported that at the Dover (Eng?
land) custom hoaso a seizure was recent?
ly made of a osee of 144 watches, di?
rect ed to the United States, bat which
h ?vd been brought from some villages on
the continent, where the names of the
best English makers had been engraved
on the inside plates. The oases were
made of good gold, bnt the works were
utterly worthless. It is asserted that
large numbers of inferior watches bear?
ing the name and trade marks of Eng?
lish makers have been manufactured on
tho continent of Europo and then ship?
ped to tho United States by way of Great
Britain, so as to deceive purchasers in
AMADEUS.-The new King of Spain is
called a "carpet-bagger," and the people
of tho provinces make mook processions,
with macaroni as badges, und a monkey
as the object of honor, to excite at once
the ridicule and the wrath ?H?ll Spuu
A colored mau, named CrofFonl, was
run over by a train on the Central Rail?
road, near Charlotte, N. C., a few days
ago, and died, yesterday, from the effects
of his injuries.
Mr. Gabe Wright, of Borne, Ga., and
his family, were victims of tho recent
steamboat disaster on the Mississippi
thoy were all drowned.
FI WA WCl A I- AWI) COniniKKCIAI..
COLUMBIA, S. C., January 13.-Sales of
cotton, yesterday, 144 bales-middliug
LONDON, January ll-Evening.-Con?
sols 92%. Bonds 89*.-?.
LIVERPOOL, January ll-Evening.
Cotton quiet and steady-uplands 1%;
Orleans S,^; sales 12,000 bales; specula?
tion and export 2,500.
NEW YORK, January 12-Noon.
Stocks very strong, but not very active.
Government and H tute stocks and secu?
rities steady but dull. Gold weak
opened at 10%, and is now Mo?
ney eusy, at 6(n>7 per cent. Exchange
long 9'B'; short 9%, Flour, corn and
wheat quiet and very firm. Pork firm
mess 20.25. Lard firm, at 12)?@12.??.
Cottou steady; sales 1,200 bales-up?
lands 15.1.,'. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Money 5(<?;0. Sterling 9jB'
?9?.,'. Gold 107"'@11. Governments
very dull. 62* 8.V State stocks dull
except Tenuessees und now South Caro?
linas-Tenuessees 04; new 63)y. Virgi?
nias GG; new Cl. Louisianas Gf>; new
GO; levees G9; Ss 80. Alabamas 95; 5s
09. Georgias 79; 7s S9> j. North Caro?
linas 45; new 22. South Carolinas 8U;
new GO. Cotton dull and heavy; sales
2,900 bales, at 15,;l. Flour firm and in
fair demand-common to good Southern
6.25(p}G.50. Whiskey a little firmer, at
Ql}?(a\$2}?. Wheat unchanged. Corn
lc. better. Pork firmer-old 19.50; new
email@example.com. Beef quiet. Lard closed
dull. Freights dull-cotton, steam, :,?.
BALTIMORE, January 12. - Colton
easier-middling 15'H'; receipts 845
bales; sales 525; stock 12,435.
NORFOLK, January 12.-Cotton quiet
low middling 14; receipts 1,019 bales;
sales 100; stock 8,310.
ST. LOUIS, January 12.-Flour firm, at
1.00 for low grades. Whiskey easy, at
SS. Bagging 25. Provisions active.
Mess pork 19.50. Shoulders 9J.j; elear
sides 12. "Lard 12.
CINCINNATI, January 12.-Flour steady
and in moderate demand. Corn-heavy
receipts and depressed market, at 51(?>
52. Provisions firm-gonerally not
offered to any extent. Pork in little
demand. Lard in speculative demand
and higher, nt Bacon aud whis?
LOUISVILLE, January 12.-Flour aud
coin unchanged. Provisions active.
Mess pork 20.50. Shoulders 9J.j; clear
sides 12. Lard 12. Whiskey quiet, at
89. Bagging weak.
NEW ORLEANS, January 12.-Flour
19,000 barrels wero sold yesterday for
Groat Britain and Cuba; superfine 5.70;
double G.firstname.lastname@example.org; no superfine or dou?
ble in market. Sugar lower-fair G3?@
prime 9@9>.i; white ll ??@13. Mo?
lasses-common 35@40; prime 54@56;
choice 59@60. Others unchanged. Cot?
ton steady-middlings 14>?@14%; re?
ceipts 14,728 bales; Bales 0,300; stock
WILMINGTON, January 12. - Cotton
quiet and steady-middlings 14; receipts
167 balos; sales 111; stock 2,341.
CHARLESTON, January 12.-Cotton quiet
and steady-middlings 14%; receipts
2,112 bales; sales 500; stock 36,489.
AUGUSTA, January 12.-Cotton steady,
at 14 for middlings; sales 1,040 bales;
SAVANNAH, January 12.-Cotton firm
middlings 14%; receipts 3,175 bales;
sales 1,500; stock 80,335.
MOBILE, January 12.-Cottou quiet
middlings 14 J^; receipts 2,374 bales;
sales 1.5U0; stock 54,622.
BOSTON, January 12.-Cotton quiet
and Bteady-middlings 15J.?; receipts
380 bales; sales 500; stock 6,500.
Enjoy a heaven of rest by using tho cole
brated tonic, Oxn OABOLINA BITTEHS. J813
"It'd mity curia," said Mrs. Partington to
Iko, whilo reading about tbo impendiug war
in Europo, "that tho Hollorhorn creates such
an ado in Yurrnp, when it's sich a common
disoaao among tho cattle in Amorlky." The
old lady, having delivered hcrsoir of tbo
above, took a dose of LIITMAN'S QnEAT GER?
MAN BITTEHS to cheer her deprosaed spirits,
and resumed bor knitting.
Lippman's Bitters aro Tor salo by all drug?
gists and dealers. Dopot in Columbia. H. C.,
at G ?nu KU fi MuGimoon's, Druggists. S 18
In Columbia, on the 12th instant, by Bov.
Dr. Bude, Mr. J. H. BOBB, of Frog Level, to
Miss lt. A. EVANH, of Bartow, Ga. *
I AA BARBELS PINK EYES and PEACH
.HJU BLOWS, in lino order, for salo low
for cash onlv. EDWABD HOPE.
ATEACHER, to take charge of the Lees?
ville Aoadomy. Munt bo compotent to
teach Latin and Greek, if required. Address
D. D. MITCHELL, Trustco,
Jan 13 G" Loesville, S. C.
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A LARGE assortment of fresh VEGETA
?1L BLE SEED, just in and for salo low.
Jan 13 EDWARD HOPE.
Jan 13 1
ANOTHER lot of tho above ro
'ccived io-ilav, at tho Columbia leo
House " J. D. BATEMAN,
The True Time.
THROUGH the kindness or Mr. Cathcart,
Telegraph Agent, we will koep tho truo
MERIDIAN TIME, as received twico a week
hom Waahington. WILLIAM GLAZE.
Jan 13 6
Bay's Improved Cotton Seed.
i\\ \ \W HAVE for sale at my plantation, a
Lvy>AAiMrow miles from Ringville, about 600
SSSSbnshoIa RAY'S IMPROVED COTTON
SUED. Prico $2 a bushel. Purchasers will
applv to Mrs. S. F. RAY. corner Bull and Up?
per streets, or to JAMES F. WISE, on tho
i)/Yfl POUNDS Virginia Roll BUTTER.
??\j\J 5 bids. Silver Skin Onions.
3 bbla. new Hulled Buckwheat.
For sale by MONTEITH A FIELDING.
Jan 13 _
Hay and Cow Feed.
IHAVE just received the tinoHt lot of East?
ern HAY that has been in. our market for
a length nf time. I hare also on hand a lot
of RICE FLOUR for cow feed, both of which
I will sell low for cash.
JOHN D. BATEMAN, Ascot, I
Jan 13 6 Columbia Icc House.
STOCKS, BONDS und COUPONS bought
and sold by D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
Nov 23 Cmo
MTO KENT-A cottage on Washington
street. EDWIN J. SCOTT.
Jan 12 3
Selling at Cost Prices.
THE STOCK OF GOODS belonging to the
Ladies' Industrial Association, and con
siHting or LADIES' and CHILDREN'S UN
DEU-OAKMENTS, and a variety of useful
and fancy aitlclcs, arc now offered for sale at
cost prices. Jan 12 3
JTUN AL. OlistllAHUK-hSTAl't; "MRS.
? MAltGAUET MCDOWELL.-Notice is
given that F. W. McMastcr has tiled his peti?
tion for linal discharge as Administrator of
catato Margaret McDowell; and that a hear?
ing for said petition has been Hot for January
17, at 10 a. m., at ollico of Court ot' Probate
Tor Richland Countv. J. W. HOGAN,
Dec 18 tl3 Clerk Court of Probate.
AVOID aVACKS-A victim of early in?
discretion, causing nervous debility, pre?
mature decay, Ac, haviug tried in vain overy
advertised remedy, has a simple means of
self-euro, which he will send free to his fellow
aut?erers. Address J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau
street. Now York. _ Dec 23 t6mo
M"WANTED-To rent or purchase, a
COTTAGE, with throe or rour rooms.
VACANT LOT, or one-quarter acre, near
Court House. Apply to
Jan 8 MONTEITH A FIELDING.
NOTl'JE._AU indebted to tho undersigned
by Noto, Lien, Book Account, or other?
wise, will make settlement of tho same beforo
tho FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY next and
aavo costs. E. A G. D. HOPE.
Jan G_ EDWARD HOPE.
NOTICE.-In compliance with a resolution
adopted by tho Society during tho week
of our recent Fair, tho Stockholders of the
Joint Stock Company, and thc members of thu
South Caroliua Agricultural and Mechanical
Sociotv, are hereby summoned to assemble in
Columbia, on WEDNESDAY, tho 8th of Fe?
bruary next, at 7 o'clock P. M.
By order of JOHNSON HAGOOD,
D. WYATT AIKEN, Sec'y. rroaidont.
?TO RENT-A DWELLING HOUSE,
situated on corner of Senato and Sum?
ter streets. Ajeo, a PIANO. Apply to
E. W. SEIBELS A CO.,
Jan 5 At Hoko's atore.
CANARY BIRDS.-The undoraigncd
^Sjfchas just recoivod another lot of line
H^RvCANARIES-malo as well as female
"rSSTbirds. T. M. FOLLOCK.
NOTICE.-Tho subscribe!s having tried
tho "CREDIT BYSTEM" for tho last threo
yearn, have found it to bo a losing business,
and have come to tho conclusion to adopt the
exclusively ''CASH SYSTEM" from this dato.
Thoy would also call upon all indebted to
thom to como up to tho "Captain's Ofllco" and
settle. CAMPBELL A JONES.
Jan 1 _
OLD H A MC HI 1.1.S and MUTILATED
CURRENCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 ?mo D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
Ho for the Bace!
jg\ THE subscriber respectfully
^_J0T|? invites his friends and public in
al?alHmy *n?gcnoral to call and seo Iiis stock
SZJH Mot home-made SADDLES and
?MBWHi H \ RN ES SES, which I can sell
twenty-live per cent, cheaper than any
Northern made goods, and will challenge any
merchant in tho South for $1,000 to compare
with me in home-made work.
Nov 6 3mo R. HANNAN, Main Htreet.
Fresh Country Butter.
firtA LBS. COUNTRY BUTTER, for sale
??\ V? by_ P^ HOPE.
-| f\f\ BOXES Goshen. English Dairy and
JLUV f Pino Applo CHEESE, for aale low,
Oct 80 _ _E. HOPE.
/'1 ENUINE Imported CIGARS, together with
\~T a large supply of Domestio CIGARS.
Prices to suit all. JOHN C. SEEGKRH.
ALOT of primo COUNTRY BUTTER and
100 dozen frosh EGGS. FBU1T, domes?
tic and forfiign, on band.
__Jnn 12_W. D.flCHOENiyEBQ.
Ju tit Received,
-| (\ BBLS. PEARL GRIST,
IAJ 50 buabols extra lino PINDARS,
For salo low by
MONTEITH & FIELDING,
Auction and Commission Merchants.
Situation as Teacher Wanted.
AYOUNG LADY, who has experience in
Teaching, is familiar with tho English
Branchos, and has some knowlodgo of Music,
Drawing and Painting, deBiros a situation as
TEAC?ER, in a Behool or in a respectable
family, oither in or out of town. Tho bent of
references given. Apply at Ibis Office, or to
W. J. Laval._Jan ll
CONTBACT8 aro invited for furnishing from
250 to 300 cords of OAK BABK. for tho
Columbia Tannery. Partie? proposing tocon
trr.ct for tin) whole or any part of above quan?
tity, will pleaso specify tho number of cords,
tho point of delivery, and tho prico per cord
at point of delivery.
Persons owning bark lands, but who arc not
prepared to get the bark, can probably ar?
range to sell the trees as they stand. Ad?
dress JOHN WATIES & CO.
Jan l l_3t__
?Now Is The Time,
ff? AS the subscriber expects to leave in
I ??J a few days, to reside in Spartauburg,
HU persons desirous of purchasing his
present RESIDENCE, on Ar?onal Hill, will do
well to call promptly. KOBEBT BBYCE.
AN assortment of frosh CBACKEBS. of tho
ii neut Quality, consisting of Boda, Boston,
Butter, Lemon, Ginger, CrCain and Lunch
Milk, for salo at lower prices than usual, bv
Jan 0 Imo_E. STENHOUSE.
MONTEITH & FIELDING'
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WILL givo strict attention to sale of To?
bacco and Country Produc?. Dec 17
TALLEY ?St BARMVELL.
THE undersigned havo this day entered
into partnership, in tho practico of law,
under tho name nf TALLEY A BAUNWELL.
W. H. TALLEY,
Jan 1_ NATHANIEL BARNWELL.
AFINE ASSORTMENT of DOLLS. Toys,
and other fancy articles for tho little
A fresh selected stock of CANDIES, fancy
and stick, and a large assortment ol Fancy
and Plain Pound Cakes.
A fine lot of MEERSCHAUM PIPES, Cigars,
Ac, at KRAFT'S BAKEBY,
Dec 24_ Main street.
Hams, Saussage, &c.
"I ft\i'\ CHOICE NEW YORK SUGAR
LwVj CURED HAMS.
101) ponuds BOLOGNA S AUSSAGE.
1,000 pounds SUGAR CURED BACON"
STIUPS. Just received and for salo bv
Jan 1_ J. AT. It. AGNEW.
Rocking Horses, Etc.
KRIS KRINGLE has arrived at M. H. Ber-,
rv's Furniture Warerooms, wit h a eupplv
ot ?ICE ROCKING HORSES. Seo them, by
Alarcelot of FURNITURE, j nat received.
Hyson, Oolong and English
New Hulled BUCKWHEAT
New Orleans and Golden Syrup.
New York Pig flams and Breakfast Strips,
etc., for salo at reasonable" prices, bv
.lan fi ljmo_ja. STENHOUSE.
Meat ! Meat ! ! Meat ! ! !
STHOMAS W. POPE (informs tho
publio that the best BEEF, PORK,
MUTTON and SAUSSAGE, in the
market, can bo found at Stall No. 7.
Givo mo a call. . Dec 28 Imo
Blacksmith and Wheelright.
THE subscriber, having started busi
?T^ncaa on his own account, bega to iu
\yKform his frionda and tho publie that bc
ia now prepared to execute all orders in his
lino. His Shop is located on Assembly street,
betwecu Gorvais and Ladv.
Jan ? Imo PHILLIP MOTZ.
-Jp 25 HEAD of good SADDLE V^mt
fY^ and HARNESS HORSES- JPff.
FOUR MULE TEAM", with Wagon and Har?
?as complete Terms cash. Inquire of
Dec 13 JOHN B. HUBBARD.
Florida Oranges and Lemons.
3iA/\f\ OB ANO EB and LEMONS,
?\J\f\J fine order, for sale by
Dec 22 E.HOPE.
DOZ. FBESH EGGS, for salo by
Dec 24 E. HOPE.
New Raisins, Figs, Citron, &c
-g f\f\ WHOLE, half and quarter boxes
1UU new LAYER BA?SINB aud CITRON,
50 half drums Smyrna FIGS,
English Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuta and
Almonds, fresh and for salo low.
Doc 13 _EDWARD nOPE._
THE NI0EEES0N HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WILL not bo closed on account of the
doath of tho late Proprietor, WILLIAM
A. WnioiiT, but will bo carried on as hereto?
fore, by his widow, Mrs. SARAH L. WRIGHT,
and her son, WILLIAM C. WRIGHT. Tho
friends of tho lalo proprietor aro invited to
call as usual. BARA II L. WRIGHT,
Deo 30_WM. C. WJtlGHT._
--j-THE subscriber would re
/f\0\-5f3fct apoctfully inform bis friends
|[?::lla^aHflHn^ customers that ho haB
vf ifllSIBl re-established himself in the
aaKaBaE&uGENERAL GROCERY BUSI?
NESS, at his old stand, (No. BM?,) where ho
will bo pleased to show and sell to purchased
a completo stock ot new fancy and substan?
tial OOODS, carofully selected.
Richardson street, first square South of old
Market corner. OBLANDO Z. BATES.
25 Cents for Cotton.
MESSES. LOBICK A LOWBANCE having
purchased tho right to manufacturo
John G. Ham's improved SEED and MANURE
DROPPER, for Richland, would call tho atten?
tion of all farmers using foitilizors ann re?
quest an examination of this planter-the
best and mostporioct ever yet invented: hav?
ing taken tho premium at the Georgia and
Alabama State Pairs. The undersigned are
prepared to furnish any quantity of Plows,
Cotton Plantera and Plow Handles, at a low
figure. Every variety of Agricultural Imple?
ments on hand. L?RICK A LOWBANCE.
One Dapple* Grey Borat, j
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO ?Sc SON.
Wo will Bell, THIS MOONING, ak IO o'clock,
in front of our Auction Store,
One Dapplo Groy HORSE, six year? old,
warranted sound and gentle. Works in ain
glo or double harness. Sale positive. Jan 13
dosing Sale of Crockerg, Glassware, Etc.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
THIS (Friday) MORNING, 13th instant, at
halt-past 0 o'olook, at our Auction Room, we
will close, at auotion:
Tho remaining etook of GLASSWARE,
Crockery, Cutlery, Fancy Wares, Platod Cas?
tors, Paintings, Ac.
Families cnn now be supplied at extraordi?
nary low rates. This stock must be closed,
and great bargains may be anticipated. Salo
positivo. Conditions cash._Jan 13
Mary Lcaphart and Policy Leaphart rs. Geo.
"TN obedience to an order of Samuol W. Mel
JL lon, Judge of tho f ifth Circuit, in tho
abovo stated caso, I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY in February noxt, within the legal
hours, beforo tho Court Iloase door in tho
city of Colombia,
A certain LOT OF LAND, ae deecribed in
tho bill as containing one-half aero, more or
IOSB, on tho South-east corner of Lincoln and
CoNniTioNs OF BALE-That is to say, for eaah
sufficient to pay tax and coat of snit and ex?
penso of Balo; tho balance on a credit of one
year, with interest thereon from day of Bale.
Purchase money to be secured by bond and
suroty, and a mortgago of tho premises Bold.
S. M. ROOF, S. L. C.
Sheriffs Office, Lexington C. H., January 9,
1871. Jan 13 +
THE subscriber having just auc
/w/iBk cceded in procuri?g a residence for
t^tCrakghia family, linds it necessary to
^fflBKsKehango tho location, and herein
Tran'r*"'"" notice that his SCHOOL
FOR BOYS will positively be open?
ed on the FIBST MONDAY in February, at
bia residence at tho corner of Plain and Hen?
derson streets, next house above Nickeraon's
Hotel. C. H. BARNWELL.
Boarding and Bay School,
THE BUSSES 1UA9?1GAULT,
YO UK VILLE, S. C.
_ TnE next session of this School
//fifa will commence on tho FIRST OF
"fly Whn,FEBRUARY, 1871.
^ilHHBS TerniB per Session of Twenty
XQVWecka, payable one-half in ad
^B^r vaneo and half in tho middlo of the
Tuition in English, and Board, includ?
ing Washing, Fuel and Lights_$105 00
Languages. 10 ?0
Instrumental Mueio. 25 00
Yocal Muaic. 25 0U
For further particulars, address
MISS JULIA MANIGAULT,
Jan 0 ftufl_Yorkville. 8. C.
King's Mountain Military Schcol,
YO UK VILLE, S. C.
THE Firat Session of the School
/flBkm. year of 1871 will begin on tho lat
^MP?? TKHMS.-"For School Expenses, i.
tWjjf" " Tuition, Books, Stationerv, Ac,
Bohrding, Fuel, Lights and Wash?
ing, $135 in curroncy, per session of live
For circulara containing full particulars,
apply to Con. A. COWABD.
Dec li? fw Principal and Proprietor.
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. .
United States District Court
DISTItlCT OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ex parle Thomas J. Bobertaon, Executor of
John Caldwell. //? re tho Laurens Bailroad
Company, Bankrnpt.-In Bankruptcy.
THE time heretofore fixed for tho creditors
of tho Laurens Bailroad Company, bank?
rupt, to establish their respective liens being
extended, thia rulo is now published, requir?
ing tho lien creditors and such others the cre?
ditors whoso debts bavo been created since
the bankruptcy of tho Laurens Bailroad Com?
pany, to establish their respective claims be?
foro C. G. Jaeger, Bcgister, at Newherry, S
C., on or beforo tho firBt day of Febrnary
next. DANIEL HOBLBECK,
Clerk Circuit Court ?. 8. for S. C.
STOCK TAKING !
1ST FEBRUARY, Wi.
WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE OCT
LAnOE LINKS or
At Ruinous Prices.
W. D. LOVE ?St CO..
Colombia Hotel Budding
W. D. Levi:,
B. B. McCitEKnr._Jan 7
New Livery Stable.
would announce to tho
-citizens of Columbia,
that thuv have juat
opened a LIVERY STABLE.ito bo kept tem?
porarily at Stable of Mr. LOUAN, and that
they will bo pleased to accommodate tho pub?
lic with fino HOUSES, CARRIAGES, BUG
GIES, Ac. BOYCE & CO.
W. H. BOYCE,
C. IL PETTENOII.L. Dec \?4