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MADRID, January 31.- A grand review
of 40,000 troops took place to-day. They
took the oath of fidelity to the King. It
is stated that promiuout porsons identi?
fied with tho former dynasty are impli?
cated in Prim's assassination.
BRUSSELS, February 1.-Gen. Fleury
passed Cologne, on his way to London.
The Orleans Princes assume candi?
dature under the belief that, if chosen,
they can return to France. D'Aurelles
is ? candidate for Beauvais, Augoulemc,
Clermont und Ferraud, aud Priuce do
Joinville for Cherbourg, Cbaumont aud
The Swiss Government allow the sick
French transportatiou through Swiss
BORDEAUX, Fobruary 1.-Gambetta,
yesterday, answering Favre's despatch
of 28th, sayo: "The country is feverishly
anxious and cannot rest contented with
the information contained in your de?
spatch. I cannot order an election for
the National Assembly without further
information and kuowiug the fato of the
Government. Tho municipality of Bor?
deaux protests against peace upon any
but houoruble terms, aud imploro tho
delegation to romain at their post."
Gambetta bus issued a proclamation,
saying: "Frenchmen, Prussia believes
tho armistice will dissolvo our armies,
and secure tho election of a Chamber
ready to ooucludo a shameful peace. It
depends on Franco to upset these calcu?
lations, lt is necessary to make tho
armistice a period for tho instruction of
our young troops. Coutiuuo with un re?
laxed vigor the organization for defence,
and for war, if necessary, while you iu
stal a National Bepublicun Assembly
willing to make such a peace as is com?
patible with the honor, rank aud integ?
rity of Franco."
LONDON, February 1.-Persons ure
allowed to leave Paris. None uro ul
lowed to enter without a special pass
from tho Gcrmuns. The small-pox is
BORDEAUX, February 1. - The Bor
deau Government has issued a decroe,
ordering an election for the National As?
sembly, ou tho 8th February. It dis?
qualifies for election to tho Assembly
members of familias reigning over France
since 1780 ; all who acted os Imp?rial
official candidates in tho past elections,
or hold office is Senators, Ministors or
Councilors of State under the Empire,
aud Prefects who have accepted office
between 1851 and 1870. Jules Simon
bas arrived bore.
LONDON, February 1.-Au official
despatch announces that Bourbaki's
army, 80,000 stroDg, entered Switzerland
Gen. Cbansey accepts thc armistice.
Mails have beeu re-established between
Paris, Havre und Dieppe.
BORDEAUX, February 1.-It is report?
ed that Mantcnffel refused to recognize
the armistice, and disregarding the pro?
tests of the French commander, con?
tinued hostilities, forcing tho army of the
East to surrender or retreat into Swit?
zerland. Gen. Clonchnrt, who now com?
mands tho army of tho East, mado a
treaty with tho Swiss government, aud
crossed tho lino with tho whole army.
Gen. Ballot covers the retreat.
BERLIN, February 1.-Only open let
tors for Puris aro posted.
FLORENCE, February 1.-Tho Chainbc-r
of Doputies, by a vote of 232 to 201, re?
solved to transfer tho capitol to Borne.
ZURICH, Februury 1.-The twenty
fourth French corps escaped tho grasp
of the Germans, aod moved towards
NEW YoitK, February 1.-Tho New
York and Philadelphia Bailroad Com?
pany send passengers to tho Southern
Atlantic sea-board States by tho Bay
Line from Baltimore. Passengers for
the South-west and Wost go by the Penn?
sylvania Bailroad. The sale of tickets
by the Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad is
WASHINGTON, February 1.-It is ar?
gued that the bill abolishing the test
oath in certain ?ases applies only to per?
sons elected or appointed after it be?
comes au Act.
Trumbull mado a powerful speech in
bohalf of his views that Miller should ul?
timately bo scated.
In tho Ilouse, to-day, a bill passed ul
lowiug parties in certain cases to testify
making tho laws of each State govern us
to Ibo competency of witnesses in all
criminal trials in the United States
Courts in such State; also, to allow claim?
ants an appeal from tho Court of Claims
to tho Supremo Court in all eases where
tho consent of thc Court of Claims is
given for such appeal.
NEW YOKE, February 2.-A special to
tho Telegram, dated London, tho 1st,
says tho Times, in an editorial, states
that tho Bordeaux decreo ordering elec?
tions will greatly jeopardize the con?
tinued existence of a Republican form
of Government, inasmuch ns it will
afford nu irresistible stimulus to in?
trigue and conspiracy. The refusal of
tho ex-Empress of tho French to sign
tho capitulation is regarded by all classes
and journals with approval.
ALBANY, N. Y., February 2.-A bill
was introduced in tho Sonata forbidding
tho employment of Chinese coolio labor.
SAN FRANCISCO, Fobruary 2. - The
steamer for Yokohoma took 1,100 barrels
WASHINGTON, February 2.-Tho House
passed a bill to provide for tho collec?
tion ot indebtedness of certain Southern
railroads to tho United States Govern
ment. The outrago committeo is in ses?
sion, examining more North Carolinians.
About fifty have been examined so fur.
Tho committeo aro not oxpected to com
ploto their investigations tim session,
but will make a partial report beforo its
Boards of trade and othor commercial
and financial institutions throughout tho
North aro taking measures to provide
provisions for tho destitute portions of
Franco. They will ask the Government
for a vessel to transport tho provisions.
The expenditures of the government
dnring Junuary, 0500,000.
Congressman Butler, of Tennessee, in
tends suing the Chicago Republican for
$50,000, for slander.
The cabinet makers aro again at work.
Reorganization after the 1th of March is
positively asserted, but tho intention is
denied in high quurters.
In tho House, a bill to provide for tho
collection of debts duo from Southern
railroad corporations, aud authorizing
tho Secretary of Wur to compromise,
adjust and settle the suits on such terms,
as to amount and time of payment, as
may bo just and equitable, and best cal?
culated to protect tho interests of the
Government, was passed. A bill extend?
ing tho timo for tho completion of tho
St. Croix aud Bayfield Railroad elicited
much opposition to lund grants, nnd tho
bill was recommitted, which is equiva?
lent to rejection, ns the committeo will
not be called this session. During the
discussion, Kelly, of Pennsylvania, said
ho would vote for no original graut of
land oilier than such as would bo neces?
sary La construct a great Southern trans?
continental road. The people of tho
South were entitled to such a grant, aud
30 ho hud said wbeu interrogated by his
lu tho Senate, Saulsbnry moved to re?
consider the notion on the resolution for
tho relief of Franco and Prussia, in
order.to correct grammatical inaccuracies,
disgraceful to tho Sonute and the Ameri?
can people. The motion to rccousider j
was rejected. A bill suspending the j
use of the pr cseu t spirit metro was intro- i
doced. Sovcral Senators spoke in favor
of thc bill, as tho metro was inexact in
reporting results and oppressive to dis- j
tillers. Objection was mude to present |
consideration, and it went over. Tho j
bill lins already passed thc House. A |
bill allowing the same drawback to ex- j
ported brandy ns accorded to rum and
alcohol, with ?in amendment that tho
drawbacks will not bo allowed until the
law goes into effect, was passed. A bill
dividing Virginia into two Judicial Dis?
tricts was passed, and goes to the Presi?
Some Cincinnati ladies thought to in- i
creusa their beauty, when wearing low- J
necked dresses, by painting blue veins i
on the exposed skin, but were disgusted
ut tho remark of a physician, who looked j
at them too closely, that they hadn't got
tboso veins painted within four iucbes of
where they should bc naturally.
The only daughter of n rich old miser I
in Clayton County, Iowa, who hud been |
living in a hovel with her father, has re- j
ccived over 100 offers of marriage since
tho old man became very ill. She broke |
cartberu vessels over the heads of a cou
plo of Ibo proposers.
An ingenious wife, iu Des Moines, ?
cured lier husband of snoring thus: She
had a gutta-percha tube with two cup- !
shaped ends; one she puts over his noso j
and mouth, and the other over his eur.
Ho consumes his own noise, as a stove |
docs its smoke, and wakes np instanter.
California brags of an indelible ink
spring seven feet in diameter, and of un?
known depth; and of auother, which,
with a littlo sugar, makes a delicious
At Hudson City, N. J., Adam Silenter
bas been arrested on the charge of beat?
ing his father-in-law Miller, to death, a
few days ago. Mrs. Miller died about
the same time, it is said, from fright.
A f lood Templar Lodge in Saratoga is
called simply KayaderuKses. Tho sobri?
ety of its members is tested by making
them pronoauoo tho name.
"A prudent man," says a witty French?
man, "is liko a pin; bis head prevents
him from goiug too far."
To Farmers and Planters-Fertilizing
Material for Making Manures.
MORIATE OF POTASH.
German Potash Salts, 31 nor eeut. of
Salt Ci ko, ground.
Nitre Cake, ground.
Sulphate of Soda, ground.
Sulphate of Ammonia, imported.
Sulphate of Magnesia. 71 percent.
Nitrate of Soda, double.
Nitrato of Potash, crude. .
Muriato of Suda, residuum
Snpnr-Phosphatc of lanie, 13 per cent, of
Soluble Phosphoric Acid.
For ado by 13. H. HEINITSH,
Jan Wt Wholcsalo and Entail Druggist.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE!
fTllt E undersigned lias undertaken tho busi
!_ ness of Fl UK AND LIFE INSURANCE.
Ile represents the LIYKRPOOLAND LONDON AND
GI,om: INSURANCE COMPANY, nu English Com
panv, whoso assets amount to over Eighteen
Millions of Dollars Hold, of which $2,000,000
aro held by tho Directors in New York. Ho
also Miproeents the ST. LOUIS MUTUAL Liri:
lNsttiiANOB COMPANY, a first clans Company
and very popular. The undersigned will also
sell or buy kcal Estate and other property, on
reasonable terms. J. W. PAUKER.
JanSl 25* Oflieo at Dr. Miot's Drug Store.
Prime Norfolk Oysters.
I HAVE m ado a roduction in (ho
prieo of OYSTERS, and will sell
ahem as low ns any in tho market,
'and will guarantee them lo bo the
best that can be bad.
JOHN D. R ATEM AN,
Feb 1 12 At Columbia leo House.
Dr. Alfred Wallace,
HAVING resinned tho PRACTICE OF ME?
DICINE, may bo found, for tho present,
at ids residonco, on Uuper street. Jan ?ll i>*
A Bread and Cake Baker,
TjrrilO thoroughly understands his bust
VV ness, wants a situation in Columbia.
Proper references as to ability. Apply at
I'lingSIX oflic.n. Jan 31 C_
New Varieties Garden Seeds.
; Marbh head Mammoth Cabbage,
Early Seliweinforth Cabbago,
Kfljes' Early Prolific Tomato,
Now French Breakfast Radish,
Early Flat Dutch Cabbage,
Early Winuingstadt Cabbage.
For bale by E. H. HEINITSH.
1 Wholesale and Retail Drag and Seed Store.
I Jau 25
FINANCIAL AND COItlfLKHUIAl,.
LONDON, February 1-Evening.
American securities flat. Bonds 90}^.
|j LTVEBPOOL, February 1-Evening.
Cotton dui), irregular and tending down
-r-rtplauds 7%; Orleans 8t?; sales on
ship named ut Savannah or Charleston
in December, at 7J? for middling up?
lands. S dca 1U,Ot)l) bales; export aud
speculation 2,000. Sales on ship named
from Savannah or Charleston January or
February, 1% for middling uplands;
ditto from Now Orleans February or
Mrtrch, 8 for middling Orleans.
New YOUK, February 2-Noou.-Flour
dull and uuchauged. Corn and wheat
steady. Pork steady, at 23.00. Cotton
quiet und weak-uplands 15)<i ; Orlcnus
1G ; sales 1,000 bales. Freights quiet.
Stocks heavy. Money easy, at 4@G.
Gold strong, ntllj^. Exchnngo-long
9,?? ; short 10.'.,. G2s 10%.
7 P. M.-Money easy, ut 5@G, with
exceptions at 4. Sterling lirm, at 9^??
9L<. Gold \\%%\\%. Governments
foll off lato in tin? day.' "02s lO,3^ South?
erns steady ; old South Carolinas weak ;
all verv didi. Teunossees G4j^ ; now
G4?4'. Virginias Gt ; new G0\.<. Lon
isiauaa 6G ; new GO ; levees 71 ; 8s 80.
Alabamas 89 ; 5s GS. Georgias 81J.j ; 7s
SGJ.j. South Carolinas 7G ; new 59.
North Cnroliuas 17 ; new 2414. Cotton
closed steadier, with sales of 4,000 bales
nt 15J.?. Flour -Southern, quiet and un?
changed. Whiskey lower, ut 94J?@95.
Wheat unchanged-Southern red2.57J?'.
Corn a shado lower, a1, 85@86Jji. Fork
quiet and steady -now 23.00. Beef
steady. Lard steady. Freights rather
BAI.TIMOKK, February 2.-Flour held
lirmer. Com - white Southern dull and
lower, at 8G(oj90; yellow Southern active,
ut H2(n S3. Wheat quiet. Shoulders
10:t.,. Whiskey dull, at 95(<*j9G. Cotton
easier-middling 15; receipts 945 bales:
sub s 1,525; stock 12,028.
LOUISVILLE, February 2.-Bagging
24(o.,25 Flour firm. Corn u shade
firmer. Mess pork 22 50. Shoulders
9:'.,; ob-ar side.-. 12' .'. Whiskev quiet, at
CINCINNATI, February 2.-Flour dull
?md holders anxious-family G 25(o 0 50.
Corn linn, at 55@58. "Pork 22.00.
Lard 12(i/T2'._;. Shoulders U*?; sides
II,1? ; holders auk '?'" '.j higher.
AUGUSTA, February 2.-Cotton quiet
but steady, at ll)7,, fur middling-sales
SOO bales; receipts 790.
MOM LU, February 2. Coll?n quiet
middling l l "sod i1., ; receipts '2.781
bales; sales 1.5U0; stock G9.510.
SAVANNAH, February 2.-Cotton quiet
and wonk-middling 14*B'; receipts 2,710
bales; sales 1,700; stock '.11,128.
BOSTON, February 2. - Cotton dull- -
middling 15-r,jj(ff 15:?.j ; receipts 830 bales; I
sales 400; stock 7,000.
Nl-:w OltLEANS, February 2.- CottOU 1
wonk-middling 14:,.,(/? 15; receipts
li,30S bales; sales 7,Hoi); stock 228,1st).
Bueoti easier, at 10:,,'(o 13'.,. Lard
keg easier, nt 14. Sugar firmer-primo
Kky/.M. Whiskey lower-Western rec?
tified 92}?(?U.02.i!.j. Others uuchauged.
GALVESTON, February 2.-Cotton quiet
-good ordinary 12:,,j; receipts 1 .DI?L
bales; sales 401); stock G1.4G1.
NoilFOLK, February 2.-Cotton quiet I
-low middling 14; receipts 1,672 bales; I
sales 200; stock 9,284.
WILMINGTON, February 2. - Cotton
quiet-middling 14; receipts 150 bales;
sules 120; stock 2,835.
CHARLESTON, February 2.-Cotton dull
-middling 14.''"; receipts 2,532 bales;
sales 400; stock 39,583.
NOTICK. - An ?lection for one ASSISTANT
POLICEMAN will bo held at regular
meeting of City Colineil, TUESDAY, February
7, 1871. Applications must be tiled with un?
dersigned prior to said dato. Hy order of
Council. WM. J. ETTEE,
Jan 2S Clerk of Council,
toi?oft bt???? Oil? VA KUI can be had
J at all tiu.es, and iu any quantity, of
Jan 21 _ J^_UjOPE.
NOTICK.-The undersigned havo formed a 1
Co-partnership, and will bo known aa
E. VY. SE1BELS .V. CC Thev represent some
of the best FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANIES in the United Statca.
\Vo propose lo be general Land Agents, and
will sell or purchase Real Fetale anywhere in
South Carolina, especially in Columbia. Wo
will prosecute claims before the Legislature,
and the renewal oflo.it bond.-, or other papers.
Persons wishing to sell or buy Real Estate
will do well Li communicate with us at Colum?
bia. We have several ha mis?me places for
sale. Office at Mike Hake's Clot bing Store.
E. W. SLTBELS.
Dec 2 J. 13. EZELL.
NOl'lCK.-All persons indebted to mc by
note, hook or open account, are notified
that they must come forward and settlo on or
before thu ls! of Mulch; and all having claims
will present theta at once.
Jan 7 st h JOSEPH TAYLOR.
Srouies, iio.Mis ami COUPONS bought i
and sold by D. GAM BRILL, Broker.
Nov 2:1 (imo
Noi'icii.-iiuving had grautud to me
loiters of administration uuon the
estate of William A. Wright, late nf Columbia,
deceased: All persons indebtod to the estate
aro required to ni alto immodiato payment to
nie; and all persons having claims against the
said catato will pr?sent them, duly attested,
to mo, at tho Niokcrson House, or to my
Attorneys, Messrs. Popo A Haskell, at their
Law Oflieo, Richardson street, Columbia, S.
C., for earlv paviliont.
SARAH L. WRIGHT,
AV'OIO CtU AC KL? .-.\ victim nf early in?
discretion, causing nervous debility, pre?
mature decay, Ac, having tried in vain overy
advertised remedy, bas a simple moans ol
self-cure, which he will Bend free to hiB fellow
Bufferers. Address J. II. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau
street. New York. Doc23 tCmo
_ THE largest and most varied
stock of Southern acclimated
??BSSjSf?t? I'"RUIT TRF.FS, adapted to our
?fiajdaKirofr^oj 1 mid climate, consisting of
^W^lW ^?"Apiilca. Peachos, Pears, Plums,
Apricots and Nectarines, from the earliest lo
tho latest; Cherries, Quinces, Figs, Hazle
Nuts, English Walnuts and Spanish Chest?
nuts, oeveral fino varieties; Grapo Vines, em?
bracing choice (aldo kinds; Strawberries and
Raspberties, Evergreens iu great variety, for
ornament and for ccmoteries; Roses- all the
boat; Dahlias, Gladiolas, Lillies, Ac; Orna?
mental Flowering Shrubs, Asparagus and
Horso Radish Roots, Osage Orange and Ma?
cartney ROBO, for hedges.
Tomona wishing, will please apply direct to
the propriotor. WM. SUMMER,
Jan ll timo Pomaria, S. C.
DICKERSON HOUSE HALL.
FOR FOUR N??I?TS ONLY,
Commencing Wednesday, February 1, 1871.
Til F O ill GIKAL ENTERTAINMENT,
AB given 300 Nights in New York,
i.V.) Nights in Philadelphia,
100 Nights in Bonton,
loo Nights in Baltimore,
oi) Nights in Richmond.
Ono grand Pilgrim Matinee, SATURDAY, at
The great Transformation Scene every night.
Every night at quarter boforo 8. Saturday
afternoon at .1. Admission 75 contu; Children
25conta. Reserved soats$1. Reduced prices
for Matinee. E. W. WARREN,
Jan 2H ? Manager.
Hay and Fodder.
BALES PRIME HAY,
??JU 50 balo J primo FODDER,
For salo low at
Pot? 2 3 D. C. PEIXOTTO ft SON'S.
1"MIF. undersigned will, in a few days, undor
. take the publication of a correct CENSUS
of the eifv of Columbia, in conjunction vrilh a
regular DIRECTORY of all tho business
hon-en, .Vc. Further announcement will bo
made in Friday's PHOKNIX.
(Copy right secured.) J. J. NEVILLE.
V ' ?V' Fl l.ST importation
fllipWfflfeu sirona ol obtaining tho
Eel-2 D. GOODMAN.
A Stock ol' Clothing, Hats
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
C?- I. 1? SS TUA X ? ' O S T. . >l
ARAUF. OPPORTUNITY TO EMBARK IN
THE BUSINESS. A fresh and well se
lec.ed stock ol CLOTHING, ll ATS and Gents'
FURNISHING GOODS, together with ?he
STORE FIX rURKS and L< ase rd one of thc
most dosirablc busiuess stands in tho eily of
Columbia - properly rd the late W. J. Hoke- -
is now offered lor sale at a sacrifice, in order
Ut close thc business Parties desiring to
treat for the purchase of same, will call on or
address the ton ?d' the late proprietor.
?ir*Papers copying other notice will discon?
tinue it and MIHI rt this. Jan'ip
New Books at Bryan & McCarter's.
ri"MlE Life of Lord Palmerston, by Bnlwer.
M Tho Euglish Governess at thu Siamese
Court, with plates.
Thc Percys, by author ot Stepping Heaven?
wards. Price $1.25.
Tho Victory of the Vanquished, by author
of Schonberg Family. $1.75.
Light ai Evening Time- a book of Comfort
and Support for tho Aged-by Dr. Holme.
Arthur Help's Essays, written al intervals.
Joseph and Hts Friend, by Bayard Taylor.
Sketches of San Domingo, by Keim. $1.50.
Morning and Evening Exercises, by Henry
Ward Beecher. $2 00.
Tour of Dr. Syntax, with colored plates,
fd.Ol); and other new Books, to suit all fancies.
Also, a variety of new Novels, and another
supply of Diaries for 1871. Jan 2l_
SUGAR cured SHOULDERS,
Fulton Market Beef,
All choice and for sale at reduced prices.
Jan 27 F.DWAR?) HOPE.
?}?\f\ CHOICE New York Sugar-Cured
iSUU II AMS.
100 choice New York Sugar-Cured SHOUL?
DERS. Just received and tor sale, at reduced
prices, by J. ft T. lt. AO NEW.
Residence for Sale-Eligible Location.
THE undersigned will sell his RE8I
Jiiij DENCE <m Arsenal Hill-regarded '?ne
.Ul of tho most desirable in the city. The
House contains 13 rooms, with high ceilings,
and on tho premises arc commodious out
houses, stables, Ac. Cornice tod with tho pro?
mises aro a line narden spot and handsome
shrubberv. Terms reasonable.
Jan 2!) " _ J. P. THOMAS.
Farm for Sale.
CHEAP for cash, a small FARM, seven
ncrcs, moro or less, on upper Boundary
street, bounded on East by lands of Col. Wm.
Wallace, North by J. M. Crawford, South by
Boundary street. For further particulars,
inquire of G. D. HOPE, or D. C. PEIXOTTO
A ?ON. Jan 24
The Central National Bank of Columbia
WILL commence business, at their Bank?
ing Hout-c, opposite thc Columbia Ho?
tel, on FEBRUARY 1ST.
John B. Palmer, President.
A. O. drenizer, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cr.shier.
John B. Palmer, J. Eli Grogg, R. D. Semi,
Jof R. D. Semi A Son;) G. W. Reardon, (of)
Con< land A Bennion;) ll. L. Bryan, (of Bryan
A MeCnrfor;) F. W. McMastcr, W. C. Swaf
fteld. (of R. A W. C. Swafliold.) Jan 28
At and Less Than Cost.
REAL PAISLEY SHAWLS.
Black Cloth and Beaver Cloak.-.
All Worstod Coverings.
Heavy Cassimeres and Cloths.
Bent French Merinos.
All Wool Plaids.
Fancy Dress Go.jds.
Black and Colorod Silks.
Jan 2D C. F JACKSON
In the Court of Probate-Lexington.
Ex. parle Aloxandor H. Wolfo, Administrator
of W. M. Bookham, deccaacd.
Petition to Sell Personal Property of Deceased.
PURSUANT to tho order of Hon. A. H.
Caughman, Judge of Probate for Lexing?
ton County, I will eoll, on MONDAY, tho 13th
day of Fobruary, and dava auccoodiug:
Tho PERSONAL PROPERTY of W. M.
Beckham, deceased, consisting of about
30 bales Cotton.
15 Mnlos, 8 Horses and 2 Colts.
CO Hogs, 90 Cattlo, among which aro a great
many lino Milch Cows.
Kitchen Furniture, Acc., and a large quantity
of lino Cotton Seed.
3,000 bushels (J?rn, and a largo quantity of
3 Four-Horso Wagons, 1 Ox-Cart and a largo
quantity of Farming Implements.
The salo will bo commenced at what is
known as the James Batts place, in Richland
Fork, and continued th oro until all tho pro?
perty on that pla?e is sold; and on tho day
immediately succeeding, the salo will bo con?
tinued at tho Baker placo, in Lexington, thc
lato rosidenco of thc deceased, and continued
tboro until all tho property is aold. IL is
thought tho salo at tho Bates place will occu?
py about two days, and tho salo commenced at
Ibo Baker place on ibo third.
Terms of sale cash.
S. M. ROOF, S L. C.
Sh uri fi"s Office, Lexington C. IL, Januarv 9,
1871. _ Fobg
Two Desirable Collages.
BY D. C.PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, the Ctb day of
February, in front of the. Court House, at
10 o'clock, in thia city, without reserve, wo
Two desirable COTTAGES. No. 1 bounded
on tho North by Senate street; on tho South
by Babb; on thc West by D. G. Thompson; on
tho East by Rabb.
Cottage No. 2.-Bounded on the North by
Senate street; on the South by Rabb; on the
East by Cottage No. 1; tm tho Weat by Dr. \V.
Tho above Lots measure front on Senate
street 34 feet G inches, and run hack 181 feet
8 inches, more or less, and willi all necessary
out-buildings, and line wells of water. Each
Cottage, contains 4 tine rooms.
THUMS-One-half cash; balance in twelve
months, secured bj- bond and mort gago, bear?
ing interest at the rate of seven per cent, pei
annum; purchaser to pay us for papers ant
H tn ni pw. Jan 20
Tiro Desirable Building Lots.
BY D. G. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, thc Otb of February
at lo o'clock, in front of tho Court House
we will sell, without reserve.
Two desirable BUILDING LOTS. Lot No
1 on the corner of Richland street and Marun
street, hounded on the North by Rich lam
street; oil tho Fast hy Marion street; on th
West hy Lot No. 2.
The above Lot measures front cn Rich lam
slrvet BO Tcet ll inches, more or lc.-s, and run
back IOU feet.
Lot No. 2. nf the ?anio dimensions, hound
ed on tho No]th by Richland street; on th
East by Lot No. 1; nu thc West by Pressl,
Brown; on the Sunlit by Hunter.
THOMS- One-half cash; balance in twelv
months,secured by bond and mortgage, bear
illg interest nt the rate of seven percent, pe
annum; purchaser lo pay us for papers an
stamps. Jan 29 11
Di sirablii Farm and Two-Storg Dwelling I tull si
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY. February 7, at the Court House
at ll) o'clock, I will sell tho above named
about three, miles from tho Asylum, o
Camden Road, consisting ot",
P.") acres good LAND, part cleared, o
which there is good Dwelling, out-housci
Spring House, etc.
THUMS One-half cash; balance in tw<l>
months, with interest and mortgage of prt
porty. Purchaser to pay for papers an
stamps. J.in 29 +3
Main Strett Stores.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY. 7th February next, at ]
o'clock, I will sell, at tho Court House,
That desirable properly consisting of tin
spacious BRICK SPORE, adjoining E. Stet
bouse. Esq., and occupied by F. A. Schneide
Oeing 2(? b i t freut and running back 180.
'Ibo adjoining Store, occupied by R. Hal
nan, 2.1 font front and ISO deep.
These stores aro well titted up and arrangi
for any lund ol business, and well locate
being immediately opposite the site of tho o
State Rank thc site where tho now post olin
ia to bc erect ed.
THUMS OF SALK.-One-third cash; balance
twelvo mouths, for bond and mortgage, wi
interest. Purchasers to pay for papers ai
Desirable Deal Estate.
By MONTEITH & FIELDING, Auct'i
ON MONDAY MORNING NEXT, thc Gill ins
wo will soil, in front of the Court House
this city, at 101 o'clock,
That desirable" RESIDENCE in this eil
situated on Plain stroet, formerly ow ned
Jas. G Gibbes, Esq., containing eight rom
and basement ol four rooms, with necessa
out-buildings and well of line water.
THUMS.-One-third cash-balance to hopi
in one, two, three and four years, with inti
est at seven pe r cent, per annum, si cure-el
bond and mortgage; house! te be insured a
policy assigned; purchaser to pay for pape
LOT NO. 1, em Main street, fronting the re
twenty-six feet, running back HM feet fe
inches, bounded North hy Mrs. Marks' 1.
East by Main street, South by Let Ne>. 2. a
West by Lot No. 3
LOT NO. 2, on Main si met, fronting twe
ty-six feet and running back 101 feet (>
inches, bounded North hy Eot. No. 1, Soi
by Lot ol Express Company, East by Mi
street, anil We>st by Led Ne>. 3.
LOT NO. 3, fronting un Assembly str
fifty-two feet two inches, more e?r h'ss, bom
eel Neu t h by Mrs. Marks, East by Lots 1 a
2, South by Led of Express Company, a
Werst by Assembly street.
THUMS. One-fourth cash -balance in o
two and three years, with interest at se>>
ne-r cent , payable annually, aecured by be
and mortgage; purchaser pays for papers ti
A desirable FARM ed sixty acres, tb
mile s fruin Columbia, upon which is a ce
fort able Dwelling, Ac, with gonel wat
Part of the land is well timbered.
Ti rms maila known on day ed' sale.
Five Mule s, two Horse s, and ono spiel)
Milch Cow, with young Calf. Feb 1
Mary Lcaphart and Policy Leapbart vs. G
IN obedienco to an order of Samuel W. 3
ton, Judge, of tho Fifth Circuit, in
abovo stateel case, I will sell, em the FI1
MONDAY in February next, within thou
hours, beforo tho Court Houso door in
city of Columbia,
A certain LOT OF LAND, as describee
tho bill as containing one-halt aero, more
less, on the South-east corne-r of Lilicoln
CONDITIONS oKSAi.K--That is to say, fore
sufficient to pay tax and cost of suit anet
penne of sale; tho balance on a credit of
year, with interest thoreau from day of s
Purchase money to bo securoel by Gonel
surety, anel a me>rtgago of tho promises s
S. M. ROOF, ti. L. I
Sheriff's Office, Lexington C. H., Januni
1871. Jan 19
D. C. FEIXOTTO & SOW, Auctioneers.
Jobn Fisher, Executer, rs. W. K. Bschman
PURBUANT lo tho order of his Honor
Samuel W. Moiton, Judgo of tho Fifth
Circuit, madn in tho abovo stated case, dated
January 7. 1871, and to mo directed, I will
sell, before tho Court House in Columbia, on
tho first MONDAY in February next, at ll
o'clock, in the foronoon, tho "Real Estate
bercinaftor described, upon the terms and on
tho conditions hereinafter expressed, that is
All that LOT OF LAND on Plain street, in
tho city of Columbia, bounded North by Tay?
lor street, East by lot of John Fisher, South
by Plain street, aud West by Picketts street,
being tho lot upon which stands the residence
occupied by Dr. Edward H. Fisher in his lifo
tinio, subject, however, to tho lien of two
mortgages-one to J. A. Heim ermin and ono
to Mrs. Emily Hayno.
All tho right, titlo and interest of Edward
H. Fisher, being ono undivided half-interest
in a Tract of Laud, on tho Statebarg Road,
adjoiuiug landa of tho Ursuline Convent, con?
taining 162 acres, moro or losa. Terme of salo
cash. SAMUEL LORD, JR., Special Referee.
Jan 15 t
Meat ! Meat ! ! Meat ! ! !
TUOMAS W. POPE linforms tho
kpnhlic that tho best BEEF, PORK,
1 HUTTON and SAUS8AQE, in tho
_l?isrket, can bc found at Stall No. 7.
Qivo mo a call. Dec 28 2mo
Rich, Bare and Ruby.
WE bavo jost rccoived an extensive addi?
tion to our stock of WINES and LI?
QUORS, which will compare favorably, in pu?
rity, with any stock in tho United States.
Wc mention: Superior Heidsick; Verzenay
Moct A Cbandon; Veuvo Clicquot Ponsardin;
Cortaillod Mousscaux, and other brands of
CHAMPAGNE. J. & F. Marten's Cognac
BRANDY-believed to be tho only lot of thia
celebrated brand in the citv. Old Wheat Bour?
bon WHISKEY-I860. Genuino Hungarian
RITTERS. Pat Liga, La Crema and Concilia
cian CIGARS-genuine Havanas. Call and
try them. PAYSINGER & FRANKLIN,
Jan 28 Exchange Honso.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for salo low to
dealers by EDWARD HOPE.
TALLEY & BAUN tVELb.
11H E undersigned bavo this day entered
. into pai t ncrahip, in thc practice of law,
under the nanto of TALLEY A BARNWELL.
W. H. TALLEY,
Jan 4_ _ NATHANIEL BARNWELL.
THE subscriber would re?
spectfully inform his friends
j and old customers that ho bas
fre-established himself in tho
i G EN ERAL GROCERY BUSI
NESH, at his old stand, fNo. lUO,) where ho
?ill be pleased to show and soil to purchasers
a cumul?lo stock of new fancy and substan?
tial GOODS, carefully selected.
Richardson street, first sqnarc South'of old
Market corner. ORLANDO Z. RATES.
Dec 1 3mo
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
"?1TTILL not be closed on account of the
VV death of tho late Proprietor, WILLIAM
A. WllluilT, but will bo carried on as hereto?
fore, by his widow, Mrs. SARAH L. WRIGHT,
and her son, WILLIAM C. WRIGHT. Tho
I ri end s of the lato proprietor aro invited to
call as usual. SARA H L. WRIGHT,
Dec 8(1 WM. O. WEIGHT.
Hyson, Oolong and English
New Hulled BUCKWHEAT
Now Orloans and Golden Syrup.
New York Pig Hams and Breakfast Strips,
etc., for sale at reasonable prices, by
Jan 7 Imo_E. STENHOUSE.
AFINE ASSORTMENT of DOLLS.I Toys,
and other fancy articles forjlittle folks.
A fresh selected stock of CANDIES, fancy
and stick, and a largo assortment of Fancy
and Plain Pound Cakes.
A fine lot of MEERSCHAUM PIPES, Cigars,
Ac, at KRAFT'S BAKERY,
Dec 24 Main street.
AN assortment of fresh CRACKERS, of tho
ti nest ouality, consisting of Soda, Reston,
Suttor, Lomon, Ginger, Cream and Lunch
Milk, for salo at lower prices than uaual, by
Jan 7 Imo _E. STENHOUSE.
Q Ari A ACRES of LAND in Barnwell.
O.OUvJ on tho Edisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots lo suit.
HOUSE and LOT iu Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in this city, 15,000.
HOUSE aud thirteen acres LAND, near the
eily- $3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estato Agent.
Ridge Land for Sale.
4 FIRST class COTTON PLANTATION, on
1TL bead waters of Cloud Creek, iu Edgefiold
County, S. C., containing 850 acres. Cottago
dwelling and all necessary buildings usnally
found ou a cotton plantation. Last year tho
owner made Bevcnty-fivo bales cotton with
live m nies. "E. W. SEIRELS A CO.
Oils, Turpentine, Benzine.
1 AO GALLONS LINSEED OIL.
t_ ? r\/ lut) galions Train Oil,
100 gallons Machinery Oil,
100 gallons Spirits Turpentine,
101) gallons Alcohol,
50 gallons benzine,
10 barrels Kerosene Oil.
For sale low by E. II. IIEINITSH,
Jan 2> Wholesale and Keta.il Druggist.
VLOT of primo Walhalla BUTTER, in balla
and in bulka.
ORANGES, LEMONS, PINEAPPLES,
Malaga Grapes, Dried F'ruit, eic, on hand.
Jan 17 W. D. SCHOENBERG.
.%?\(~\ BUSHELS of Dickson's Improvod
?i\ 1\J COTTON SEED, grown from seed
purchased in 1800, at M per bushel, from Da?
vid Dickson, of Goorgia. Price fifty cents per
bushel of thirty pounds. J. K. DAVIS,
Jan 15 t _ Monticello, S. C.
GRAIN ! GRAIN ! GRAIN !
W. J. WH1TMIUE, OREBKVILbE, 8. c;.,
DEALER in GRAIN and COUNTRY PRO?
DUCE o? ail kinds. Will pay prompt
attention to all orders entrusted to his care.
This is a rare opportunity for Planters and
others living along tho line of tho Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, to procuro their sup?
plies at first cost, f only ask a fair trial, and
guarantee satisfaction. Nov 25 3tno
City Currency will be Taken
IN payment for Goods at
Nov ll HARDY SOLOMON'S.
?\r\f \ POUNDS Virginia Roll BUTTER.
?i\ )\J Subis. Silver Skin Onions.
tl bbls. new Hulled Buckwheat.
For salo by MONTEITH A- FIELDING.