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LONDON, February 3.-The Admiralty
has ordorod tho construction of ten gun?
Tbo o f?e i was made by Bismarck to
extend tho provisions of tho armistice
to tho South-eastern Departments, but
was not accepted by Jules Favre, us the
surrender of Bel fort was ono of tho con?
ditions. Tho Prussians commenced to
pr?vido for the restoration of railways
and provisioning of tho-capital the mo?
ment tho armistice was conoludod, but
the rolling stock was found to be in a
wretched condition, und inadequate to
moot the demands made for the Innis
portutiou of supplies. Paris, conse?
quently, suffers for wnut of food, and is
still supplied with rations by tho Ger?
JUONDON, February 4.-Tho Times
speaks as follows of Bismarck's pence
terms: "Nothing so exorbitant is known
iu thu history ot modern warfare" Fa?
vre will not go himself, or miine a repre?
sentative from Franco to tho Conference.
Puris olects delegates on the 5th. The
Assembly meets in Bordeaux, on tho
12th. Tho armistice don't include tho
Departments of Dotibs, Jura and Coto
d'Or. Tho siege of Belfon continues.
Prussia has mud? another levee from the
Landwehr, and 300,000 men are ready to
march into Franco upon short notice.
Americans in Dresden have sent funds
for their destitute countrymen by a
boarer of despatches to Washburue.
Bourbaki's retreat into Switzerland has
weal-?med the war party ut Bordeaux.
The W'urldBijB thc Couforeucegraufced
Russia's pretuusions. Russia yielded
nothing. Turkey obtains no now guar?
Favre's decrco for elections has beeu
published. R makes no disqualifica?
tions. It is reported that the Prussians
aro violating tbo armistice ?md have
BERLIN, February 3.-The President
of the lower house of the Prussian Diet
read to that body the reply of tho Em?
peror to the loyal and congratulatory
uddresscs npoD tho occasion of his ns- :
sumption of the imperial crowu. Tho
Emperor expressed his thanks to tho
Diet for tho sentiments in their address, :
nnd a fervent hopo for tho peace and i
prosperity of thc ucw empire; though i
there is mw, ho says, some prospect that i
the severo struggle, into which Germany <
was forced, will soon bo f?uishcd. lt
can, aa yet, only bo considered that ibero i
is grouud for hope of the re-establish- i
ment of pence, lt ?H not impossible that 1
tho wur will continue; and great sacrifices
still be necessary irorn the Gorman peo?
LONDON, February 3.-Tho Foreign
Office nnnonnces that aa offer has been
made to placo thc English resources to
supply Paris ut tho disposal of Bismarck
und Favre, nuder tho superintendence of
Gormoji and French agents. i
BRUSSELS, February 3.-It is reported
here that au attempt to assassinate Tro?
cha rcsultod in the death of Trochu's i
orderly. Trochu was unhurt. It is now
said tho Orleans Princes will not accept
the candidature for the National Assem?
BRUSSELS, February 3.-The Gaulois
han a despatch, that Bourbaki died of
the wounds indicted npon himself, dnr- 1
ing temporary insanity. 1
LONDON,February 4.-The conference
had a long session, but no results were
reached. The conference meets again
Thomas William Robiusou, the distin?
guished dramatist, is doad.
At a mooting of tho Liverpool Cham?
ber of Commerce, to day, remarks were
made by Samuel Robert Graven and '
Wm. Rathborne, members of Parliament .
from Liverpool-the former Conserva- i
tive and the latter Liberal-in which the i
hope was expressed that Schenck would '
bo enabled to nettle the Alabama claims
in a manner satisfactory to tho United
States and Great Britain. Both gent?o- <
men agreed in thc expression of a con?
viction, that ullvnative-born Americnns
cherish an afflict ion for England; that
alien residents of the United States
alone uro hostile to this conni ry.
Travelers who left Paris on Wednes?
day, arrived iu Brussels to-day. They
report tho city quiet; Ihciu wu? some
slight discord upon the receipt of the
nows of au armistice, but tb? rioters
were easily nppeased. There was great,
difficulty in procuring food, and 23,000
persons have already asked permission
to leave tho city. A preliminary elec?
toral inseting, held iu Puris, decided
in favor of the following candidates for
tho National Assembly: Victor Hugo,
Garibaldi, Qu ino t, Gambetta, Sotasart
CHARLESTON, February 4.-Arrived
Steamships James Adger, Now York;
North Point, Bil ti more; bark Harrisburg,
Bremen; brig Torrent, Matanzas, disa?
bled, for Now York. Sailed-steamers
Manhattan, New York; North Point, Bal?
timore; ship Eliza Everett. Liverpool;
schooners Nancy Smith, Baltimore; B.
N. Hawkins, New York.
WASHINOTON, February 4.- Senator
Brooks has been soated in tho Arkausas
Legislature. Tho Democrats defeated n
motion to adjourn. Tho friends of thc
Lieutenant-Governor were determined
to continuo tho session until tho dispute
regarding Clayton's successor is definite
In the HOURO, notice wasgivon that on
Monday the Southern Pacific Railroad
bill would ho called up, with a view to
referring it to tho Pacific Railroad Com?
mittee, with power to report any time.
Tho Senate was engaged upon a bill for
relief for European wounded, many Se?
nators taking tho opportunity to express
their sympathy for nud against France.
In tho House, Vau Trump, of Ohio,
uskod, but failed to obtain, leuvo to in?
troduce a resolution, reciting that on
th? 8th of December, tho House adopted
a resolution, culling upon the Secretary
of the Treasury for a detailed statement
of the amount of money convoyed ID to
the Treasury, tho proceeds of thc eales
of, voaaoj? i ?STOF, j transports, cotton,
ivo< ; ami. i?at t|i? Mid roaolution had
not beoaV roopondea to; therefore, that
tho Clerk be'directed to address a note
to; tho Secretary of tho Treasnry, re?
minding him that nCroply had beon re?
ceived, und requesting a reply at tho ear?
liest practicable moment. The bnlnnco
of tho day was devoted to privnto bills
In the Supreme Court of this District
-u full bench-the verdiot giving Caro?
lina Brown $1,500 for forcible ejectment
from a car at Alexandria, Vu., in 1868,
Tho nominal ions of H. R Helper, of (
Salisbury, N. C , nnd E. R. TJriuk, of
Wilmington, N. C., postmasters; and ?
Cramor, Miuistcr lo Donmark, were con !
Maynard will, on Monday, move to
susuoud tho rules, to tuko from tho '
Speaker's tublo tho Southern Pacifio :
Railroad bill passed by tho Souato last
session, in order to lmvo notion on it at
tho present session. It is doubtful, .
however, whether the motion eau goW ,
tho necessary two-thirds mujority. SP
not, tho bill will probably foil in this
In the Senate, a resolution requostiog (
tho President to plnco ono or moro ves- ,
sols nt New York to convey provisions to j
Germany and Franco, passed. A bill to .
revise, oonsolidato aud amend tho postal
laws occupied the balance of tho session.
A bill relieving the disabilities of John
Williamson, of Savannah, Qa., passed.
Tho Ohio Legislature instructs tho
Congn r.air.nnl delegation 1? oppose lill
future land grants.
Nsw YORK, February ?.-Tho steam?
ship South Carolina, boneo for Charles?
ton, broke her cross bend und returned
BUFFALO, February ?1.-Tho Turf Con?
gress adopted tho report of tho Com?
inittoe on Revision of Rules.
NKW Youie, February 4.-Tho commit
tco of the Chamber of Commerce ap?
pointed to extend aid to France, held au
adjourned meeting to-day. It was re?
solved that tho treasurer be instructed
to notify the American minister nt Puris
that ?12,000 will bo placed to his credit
nt ouee, to bo used by him in tho pur?
chase of supplies. A special committee
of tivo was anpoiuted lo receive supplies
of grui ii, provisions, Ac*., und lake ohurgo
i>f shipments of tho same. An appeal
to the American people, nrgiug them to
contribute funds und supplies for tho
starving people of France, was adopted.
Subscriptions may be sent to M. Lanier,
Treasurer, No. 27 Pine street, or to any
member of tho committee, which in?
cludes several prominent merchants nud
BOSTON, February 4.--Th? trial of
Frederick Lockwood, indicted for hav?
ing obtained 100 bales cotton on false
representations, resulted t'i-duy iu a dis?
agreement of the jun*.
NEW OULEANS, February 4.-Another
terrible accident is reported on thejnek
ROU Road. Two sleeping cars on the
Northern bound train were thrown from
tho track and badly smashed. A large
number of passengers reported injured
Spring Seed Oats.
QOA BUSHELS White RICED OATS, for
tJ\ t\I sale bv KO. HOPE.
Seed Irish Potatoes.
H?LS. PINK EYE8, Chili Ked
1UU Early Hos j. Early Goodrich ami
Peach Illowa, for sale low for ca^h onlv.
Keb? ED. 1?O PH. |(
Coni'MMA, S. C., February-1,1871.
rilHK County Treasurer hereby gives notice
X that he will ho ready to receive tho Stato
iud County Taios, lor the fiscal year ending
September 1, lt>7U, on Heal and Porsonal Pro
oorly. on and attcr WEDNESDAY, tho find
jay of Eobruary.
I.ovy for State jun peses, ?> Mills on ever j
Devy for County purposes, 5 Mills on evert
Levy for .School purposes, $1 on everv poll.
C. H. BALDWIN, County Treasurer.
Oflicn over .Scott, Son & Co.'a Bank.
Feb 3 G _
Prime Norfolk Oysters.
I HAVE ma le a reduction in the
prico of OYSTERS, and will sdi
ahem as low as any in tho market,
'and will guarantee them to bc tho
best that can be bad.
JOHN D. BATEMAN,
Fi b 1 12 At Columbia leo House
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE. I ;
frillE undersigned has undertaken tho buai
|_ ness of FIRE AND LIFE INSUItANOE.
Ho represents tho LrVBBPOOL AND LONPON ?NO
Q LOU ii INSURANCE COMPANY, an English Com?
pany, whose assets amount to over Eighteen
Millions of Dollar* (?old, ot which *2,000,OOU
aro hold by tho Directors in New York. He
also le.prosenta thc ST. LOUIS MUTUAL LIKU j
INSURANCE COMPANY, a first class Company
ind very popular. Tho undorsigned will also
jell or buy Beal Estate and other proper! v. on
roasonablo terma. J. W. PARKEB"
J*n31 25* Oilico al Dr. Mint's Drug Storo.
To Farmers ana Planters-Fertilizing I
Material for Making Manures.
MURIATE OF POTASH.
German Potash Salts, 31 per cont, of
Salt Cako, ground.
Nitro Cake, ground.
Sulphate of Soda, ground.
Sulphate of Ammonia, imported.
Sulphate of Mitgnoeia. 71 percent
Nitrate of S ula, douhlo.
Nitrato of Potash, crude.
M uri uto nf Soda, residium.
Super-Phosphate of Lime, 13 per cent, of I
tolaldo Phosphoric Acid,
l'or s ile by E. n. HEIN1TSH,
Jan 20 f Wholesale anil detail Dmeuist
.)f\( \ I'OUNDH Virginia Boll PUT! ER.
?Li\ 7\J 5 bids. Silver skin Onions.
3 bills, new Hulled Hindi wheat.
For sale liv MONTEITH A FTF.T DINO
Blacksmith and Wheeiright.
THE subscriber, having startod buei
^tioss on his own account, begs to in?
form his fi ?ends aud thu public that bo
ls now prepared to execute all orders in his
line. His Shop is located on Assembly uti eel,
between Gervais and Lady.
Jan ?? Dun PHI I.I.I P MOT/..
"tfl ? p BBB
PIHANCIAL ?HD VUnnBROIAb.
NKWXDBK, February 4-Noon.-Flour
doll ana 5a. lower. Wheat and corn
dull and nominally lower. Pork doll
mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard heavy, at 13?
18)?. Cotton steady-nplands 16>^.
Freights firm. Stocks steady. Gold
U>6@ll& Money easy, at 4<a)0. Ex?
change-long $%\ short 10
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet-sales 3,200 i
bales, nt IOU. Flour 5@10o. lower- !
BU perilue State und WcBtoru email@example.com. j
Wheat dull-winter red and amber ,
Western 1.58@1.G0. Corn unchanged, j
Pork firmer, at 22 50. Lard dull-kettle !
13}%?. Freights u iiitio firmer. Money
?@5. Sterling nominal, et 9^@9J?. !
(lold 11%. OovcrnmentB advanced j
H@yH-02s ll. Southerns steady, ex
sept Tennessees, which have deeliucd. j
Tenncsscea G3. Virgiu:as G4; now GOJ^.
Louisianas 6G; new GI; l?veos 70; 6s 80. '
Alabamas 99; Gs G8. Georgias 81; 7s 84. j
North Cnroliuas 47; new 24. South Ca- !
roliuas71; now 59).j. Tho bank state?
ment shows loans increased $500,000; I
specie decreased $1,125,000; legal tender
in?rense $4,500,000; deposits increuso
BALTIMORE, February 4.-Cotton ;
dendy-middling 15; receipts 350 bales; I
jnles 385; stock 12.28G. Flour dull and
?veaker. Wheat quiet -choice whito 1.95. I
Dorn dull and lower -white Southern j
?3(??,86. Pork iuuetive, at 28.0!). Bacon*
nnotive-should ors 10J?. Whiskey 95. i
BOSTON, February 4. -Cotton active
niddliug 15*B; receipts 900 bales; sales j
500; stock 7,000.
NORFOLK. February -1.- Cotton firm- j
ow middling 14; receipt? 1,333 bules; i
mles 200; stock 8,524.
WILMINGTON, Febrnaiy 4.- Cotton
iniot and nominal-middling 14; re- |
; ci pta 223 bulos; stock 2.828.
CHARLESTON, February 4.-More doing 1
u cotton-middling 14,'.< ; recoipts 1,355
jules; sales GOO; stock 41,567.
AUGUSTA, February 4.-Cotton closed
lrm, at l?}f?H% for New York mid- j
llings, and 14J? lor Liverpool; sales Gil !
mles; receipts 994. ?
SAVANNAH, February 4.-Cotton firmer .
-middliug 14%; receipts 5,424; sales :
?.000 huhs; strick 01,450. !'
MOMLK, February 4.- Cotton firm- :
niddliug 1 i.? ; recoipts 3,702 bales;'
tales 2,000; stock 70.025.
NEW ORLEANS, February 4.--Cotton '
?toady and in fuir demand -middliug j
L4.5ii''(,14J0'; receipts 5.3G1 hales; sales j
r.lot); stock 230,122. Flour easier-sn
lerlino G 75; double 7.bO; treble 7.2f>.
"lorn lirra, ntG8(rt 70. Bacou- shoulders
lOf i; sides und hams unchanged. Cof
'eo firmer; stock 28,000 sacks-prime
L ? j .< (? ? -1?? 7. i". Sugar, molasses and witts
tey unchanged, ut Inst quotations.
GALVESTON, February 4.-Cotton quiet
-good ordinary 12%; receipts 1,523
jalea; sales 900;" stock 02 292.
LONDON, February 3 -Evening. - Con?
tois 91 %. Bonds 90;^.
LlVEhTOOL, February 3 -Evening.- j
[lotion n shade firmer on spot and j
iteadier nfloat-uplands Or-!
eons S(.i>".S j y ; stiles 9,000 bales; export j
md speculation 1,000.
LIVERPOOL, February 3-Tho quota- :
;ion of cotton on itbipboaid at New Or
cans, 7;vu, previously sent, is incorrect; j
t should have been stated: Cottou bas j
jeen sohl on ship mimed at Savannah or |
Jharleston at 7?.i for middling uplands, j
? Bread and Cake Baker,
WHO thoroughly underntonds his bu.-i j
ness, wants a situation in Columbia, j
?roper references ns to ability. Apply at
'natstx ofiico. . Jan :ll ?
3itiZ3ns' Savings Bank of South Caro?
[NTEREST (six per cent.) will be allowed
on all moneys deposited in this Hank on
ir boforo tho* li ft li " day ot each calendar
nontb for that tu.tilth, as if deposited on thc
irst instant. JOHN C. R. SMITH,
Fob 3 3 Assistant Cashier.
I!ESTHAL NATIONAL BANK
fcColiunbia, S*. O.
Present Capital, $100,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, Sr.0O.O0O.
John ll. Palmer, President.
A. n. Rronizer, Cashier.
C. N. O.-Rutt, Assistant Cashier.
J. Eli f! i egg, John D. Palmer. F. W. McMas
er, lt. D. Sen?, of lt. 1). Semi A Son; O. VV.
(eardcu, of Copeland A Dearden; R. L. Bryan,
>r Si-van A McCarter; W. C. Swafllcld, of R.
i \V. C Kwaflleld.
F. W. McMauter, Solicitor.
"O^Hls Rank is now open for tho tr&usact'on
X of a general banking business.
CERTIFICATES or Dia-osiT of currency or
oin, bearing interest at tho ralo of seven (7)
?er cent per annum, in kind, will bo issued.
Esrccial attention given to collections, for
be making of which it hr.? peculiar facilities.
Drufts ou all tho ptominnnt cities in tho
Jiiitod States bought and sold.
Foreign Exchange bought and sold, and col
Rctious mado on all tho principal cities in
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all tho promi
tent places in England, Ireland, Scotland,
.Vance, Oermany, Belgium, Holland, Den
nark and the Orient. J^et era of Credit issued,
layable in any of the above places.
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other ovi
[euces of debt discounted, ami money loaned
Stocks, Bonds, dotti aid Silver bought and
Mutilated Cu e ncy purchased at a small
Deposits from County Officers especially BO
?cited; also, from Trustees, Administrators,
'ire.cutors, Professional Mt n, and others.
Particular attention given to accounts of
H'.y and Country Merchants, and other busi
icss men, and the usual accommodations ex
Accounts of Railroad Companies, and other
orpotatioil", motived oil favorable terms.
Ranking Ilotiso Opposite Columbia Hotel.
)pen from 9 to 3. ___:Fol>
lesidence for Sale-Eligible Location.
Ojjfi THE undersigned will sell bis RESI
llj DENOE on Arsenal ?ill-regarded "no
'Ul of tho most desirable in tho city. Tho
louse contains 13 rooms, with high ceilings,
ud on tho premises aro commodious out
louses, stables, Ao. Connected with tho pro
oises aro a tine garden spot and handsome
hrubberv. Terms reasonable.
Jan 2'J J. P riDMAS.
At and Los? Than Coot
HEAL PAISLEY SHAWLS.
Black Cloth and Beaver Cloaks.
All Worsted Coverings.
Hoivy Casslmoros and Cloths.
Bent French Merino*.
All Wool Plaids.
Fancy Ureas Oo.>ds.
Black and Colored Silks.
Jan 2!? _ _ _C. F. JACKSON.
A Stock of Clothing. Hats
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
a?' I. sc s s THAW COST.fl
ABABE OPPORTUNITY TO EM BAB K IN
THE BUSINESS. A fresh and well se?
lected stock of CLOTHING, HATS and Gents*
FURNISHING GOODS, together with tho
STOBE FIX TURKS and Leaso of ono of tho
most dosiruhlo business stands in tho city of
Columbia-proporty of the lato \V. J. Hoke
is now offered for Bale nt a ?aerifico, in order
to closo tho blindness. Parties drBiring to
treat for tho purchase of same, will call on or
address the sun of tho late proprietor.
JW Papers copying other notice wild discon?
tinue it and insert this. Jan 29
SUGAR cured SHOULDERS,
, Fulton Market Beef,
All choice and for sale at reduced prices.
Jan 27 EDWARD HOPE.
Hyson, Oolong and English
Now HHllod BUCKWHEAT
Now Orleans and Golden Syrup.
Now York Pig Hams and Breakfast Strips,
etc., for sale at reasonable prices, by
Jan 7 Imo_E. STENHOUSE.
.rj;-^ THE aubBcribcr would ro
--Vr-lk spectfully inform his friends
ft^ffl?afcS3SMand old customers that be has
'\ fWWlHI re-established himself in the
wsSBBEHKiaG LNEItAL GROCERY BUSI?
NESS, at bis tdd stand, (No. PJi),) where, he
will be pleased to show and sell to purchaser*
acum?lelo stock of new fancy and substan?
tial GOODS, carefully selected.
Richardson stied, first square South of old
M u k. I -mner. ORLANDO '/.. BATES.
Bec. 1 .'timi
New Varieties Garden Seeds.
If ILDERKRAUT CABBAGE,
Mai bichead Mammoth Cabbage,
Early Schwuin'orth Cabbage,
Keven* Early Prolific Tomato,
New French' Breakfast Badish.
Early Flat Dutch Cabbage,
Enrlv Winuiugsladt Cabbage.
For ?ale by E. H. HEINITStl
WhulcHule and Itetail Drug and Seed Store.
JUST RECEIVED. 1
AFINE ASSORTMENT ol DOLLS.? Toys,
and other fancy articles torjliltlc folks. |
A fresh selected stock ul CANDIES, laney |
and slick, and a large assortment of Fancy
?ind Plain Pound Cakes.
A line lot ot ME KUSCH ACM PITES, Cigars,
Ac, nt KRAFT'S BAKERY,
Dec 21 Mainstreet.
AN assortment of frosh CRACKERS, uf the
finest Quality, coitsisliug of Soda, Boston.
Butter, Lemon, Ginger, Cream auii Lunch
Milk, for salo ut lower prices than usual, by
Jan 7 lino E. STENHOUSE.
ALOT of primo Walhalla BUTTER, in balls
and in bulks.
ORANGES, L E M O N S , PINEAPPLES,
Malaga Grapes, Dried Fruit, etc., on baud.
Jan 17 W. D. SCHOENBERG.
Meat ! Meat I 1 Meat ! : 1
_ THOMAS W. POPE 'informs the
?ffigaBfcmuhlic. that thc best BEEF, PORK,
MUTTON and SAUSSAGE, in the
ur rKet, can bc found at Stall No. 7
Give me a call. Doc 28 2mo
Oils, Turpentine, Renzino.
1 (\f\OALLONS LINSEED OIL.
L' *\J 100 gallons Train Oil.
100 gallons Machinery Oil,
100 gallons Spirits Turpentine,
100 gallons Alcohol,
50 gallons Benzine,
10 barrels Kerosene Oil.
For sale low by E. H. HE1NITSH,
Jan 25 Wholesato and Retail Druggist.
CV?ir?BA' A COMPLETE assortment of two
and four seat Passenger CARRI?
AGES has just been received at tho Reposito?
ry, corner Lady and Assembly strectu. The
l.itvMt and most stylish patterns have been
-elected with care, from some of tho best
builders in tho country; and the ?tock never
has been surpassed in design or finish by any
affercd hero. Prices moderate.
Dec 16 W. K. GREENFIELD,
New Rooks at Aryan & McCarter's.
THE Lifo o? Lord Palmerston, by Bulwer.
Tho Englich Governess at thc Siamese
Court, with plates.
The Percys, by author of Su pping Heaven?
wards. Price $1 25.
Tho Victory ot tho Vanquished, by author
of Suhonborg Family. $175.
.Light at Evening Time-a book of Comfort
ind Support for tho Aged-by Dr. Holme.
Arthur lido's Essays, written at intervals.
Joseph ano His Friend, by Bayard Ta\ 1er.
Sketches of San Domiugo, by Keim. SI 50.
Muming and Evening Exercises, by Henry
Ward Beecher. *2 00.
Tour of Dr. Syntax, with colored plates.
t;t 00; and other now Books, to suit all fancies.
Also, a variety of new Novels, and another
limply of Diaries for 1871. dan 21
REYNOLDS' IMPRO VE M EST.
IinOSE who have hist several Natural
. Teeth, and havo boon advised to part
with remaining sound ones, as Ibo ?ret step
cowards obtaining artificial substitutes, aro
"equestcd, beforo submitting to a practico,
irtiel in itself and often unnecessarily per
formed, to convinco themselves of its fallacy,
ny looking closely into a matter of to much
Tho above improvement was designed to re?
list so deplorable a practice, and niter a tho?
rough test ot more than tbreo y tars, is found
lapablo of accomplishing what no other B.\B
:cm of Artificial Dentistry has heretofore done.
It is turw possible to obtain partial cote*.
.vhich will save for years Nat ur? I Teeth, and
jo at tho sumo limo reliable in every respect.
An invitation is hereby given to such as
'eel iutorested to call at our Operating
Booms, and examino duplicuto specimens ot
jases nowiu actual use.
Nov fit REYNOLDS & REYNOLDS
J AA BOXES Goshen. English Dairy and
ll f\ f Pine Appin CHEESE, for s..le low.
Oct SO E. HOPE.
es .K'c^?fltorr ow
Fosilice ?kite of Main street Lots, Weat Side.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MO H HOW (Monday) MORNING, 6th in?
stant, in front nf tho Court House, I will
sell, the following valnabio property:
No. 1, on corner of alloy joining J- O. Hon
gera, measuring 25 feet front, running back
No. 2, adjoining lot of T. Liter, being tho
souond from the above, measuring 25 feet
front, running back 208 feet.
These lotswero formerly occupied by J: n
ney's H ot ul, being ono of thu boost locations
for buildiiiK purpoaoa in tho city.
TEUMS or H\I,F..-One-half cash: tho balance
on six and twelve months credit, for bond and
mortgage, with interest. Purchaser to pay
for papers und stamps: Feb 5
Desirable Farm and Two-Story Dwelling, aboul
Titree Miles fruin thc Asylum.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, 6tb instant, I will sell, before
tho Court House,
The above named PROPERTY, consisting
of flt'ty-llvo acris of Land, part of which ia
cleared, a good Dwi liing. Spring House, Ac ;
bounded Weat by Charlotte Railroad, North
by Thomas Davis, and East ami West by
1 homa s Ra wis.
TEUMS-One-half cash; balance in twelvo
months, with interest. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps. Feb 5
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY MORNING, Otb instant, I will
sell, bofore tho Court House,
That noat littlo COTTAGE, situated on Di?
vine street, between Lincoln and Gates, con?
taining four good rooms; tho Lot being fifty
two foot front on Divine strc-t, running back
TEHMB OK SALI:.-One-half cash; balanco in
twelve months, for bond and mortgage, with
interest. Purchaser tu pay for papers am]
stamps. Feb 5
Seventy Acres (food Laud Within Two Miles v\
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, attila Court House. I wi!! se!!
Tho abvo named tract of LAND; about Cl
acres well wooded, and cn which there is tbrei
This tract is bountied by esiatn of Crows
Kohler, Mrs. Holl and Jumes E. Hlaclt.
TERMS ov SALE-One-half cash; balanco ii
iw.dvo months, with interest. Purchaser ti
pav for stamps and papers. Feb 5
Main Street Stores.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY. 6th February next, at 1
o'clock, I will sell, at tho Court House,
That desirable property consisting of tba
spacious HRlCK STORE, adjoining ft. Sten
house. Esq., aud occupied by F. A. Schneid) i
being 26 feet front and running back 80.
Tho adjoining Store, occupied by lt. Hat
nan, 25 feet front and 80 deep.
Those stores aro wi ll titted up and arrange
for any kind of business, and well locate?
being immediately opposite tho site bf the ol
State Bank the bito where tho new post oftk
is to bo erected.
THUMS OK SALE.--One-third cash; balance i
twelve months, for bond ami mortgage, wit
interest. Purcbasirs to pay for papers an
stamps. mt nf m
Dorses and Mules.
By D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, in front ot tL
(.'onit House, at 10 o'clock, no will sell.
Several tino HOUSES and MULES.
MILCH COWS, with young Calve-.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
front of tho Court House, wo will sell,
A DESI HABLE FARM, containing sevt
aerea, more or lesa, on Upper Bonndry s:ree
Bounded on thu East by lands of Colonel Wi
Wallace; Noitb by J. M. Crawford; South 1
Terni;" cash. Purchasers to pay for paper
Two Desirable Cottages.
BY D C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY M0BN1NG, tho 6th day
February, in front of the Court House,
1') o'clock, in this etty, without reseive, \
Two desirable COTTAGES. No. 1 bound'
on the North by Senate street; on the Soo
by babb; on the West b> D. tl. Thompson; i
thc East by Babb.
Cottn^o No. 2. - Bounded on the North
Ko nato street; on the South bv ltabb; on t
East by Cottage No. 1; on the* Wes I by Dr.1
The above Lots measure front on Sena
street 34 foet t? inches, and run back 184 ft
8 inches, moro or less, and with all UCCCSHH
out-buildings, and fine wells of water. Ea
Cottage contains 4 tine rooms.
THUMS-One-ball cash; balance in twel
months, secured by bond and mortgage, bei
ing interest at therato of seven percent, j
annum; purchaser to pay us for papers a
stamiis. _ Jan 2S
D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON, Auctionee:
John Fisher, Executer, rs. W. K. Bnchm
PURSUANT to tho order of his Hor
Samuel W. Molton, Jud?o of tho Fil
i.ircnit, made in tho above stated case, dal
January7, 1871, and to mo directed, I v
t sell, before the Court House in Columbia,
thu lirst MONDAY in Februaryliex:, at
o'clock, in tho forenoon, tho Real Est;
j hereinafter described, upon tho terms ami
tho conditions hereinafter expressed, that
All that LOT OF LANI) on Plain street,
tho city of Columbia, bounded North hy T
lor street, East by lot or john Fisher, Soi
by Plain street, and Webt by Picken? si rt
buing tho lot upon which stands"tho reside!
occupied by Dr. Edward H. Fisher in bis li
time, subject, however, to tho lien of I
mortgages-ono to J. A. llenncman and <
to Mrs. Emily Hayno.
All tho right, title and interest of I'.dw
H. Fisher, being ono undivided lialf-intet
in a Tract of Land, on thu Stateburg ito
adjninioj; lauds of tho Ursuline Convent e
turning lf>2 acres, more or less. Terms of?
cash. SAMUEL LORD, Jn., Special Roforoi
Jan IS f
Tioo Desirable. Building Lots.
BY D. G. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MOUNING, thc Otb of Febrni
at 10 o'clock, in front of tho Conrt Hoi
wo will sell, without reserve.
Two desirable BITLD1NO LOTS. Lot
1 on thc corner of Bichland street and Mar
street, bounded on thc North by Ricldi
street; on tho East by Marion street; on
West bv Lot No. 2.
Tho above Lot measures fronton Bich!
street fill feet C inchos, moro or less, and r
back 100 feet.
Lot No. 2. of tho samo dimensions, bon
ed on tho North by Richland sine,:; on
East by Lot No. 1; on thc West by Prci
Brown; on the Sont h ny tinnier.
TEUMS -One-half cash; balance in twi
months, secured by bond and mortgage, bi
lng interest al tho rate of seven per cunt,
annum; purchaser to pay us for papers
stamps. J*u 29 1
Desirable Heal Katu te.
By MONTEITH & FIELDING, Anet
ON MONDAY MORNING NEX I', the 0th ii
wc will sell, in front of thc Couit llou
this city, at 10$ o'clock.
That desirable lt ESI DEM I" .bi** (
" 1 ='-LI J ... . "^W"-8
situated on Plain atreot, formerly owned by
Jas. G Gibbes, Esq., containing eight rooms
and baaoment ol fonr rooms, with necessary
ont-buildings and well of Ano water.
TEnMR.-One-third cash-balanco to be paid
in one, two, thrco and four years, with inter?
est at seven por cent, por annaru, secured by
bond and mortgago; house to bo iusured aun
policy assigned; purchaser to pay for papora
LOT NO. 1, on Main street, fronting thereon
twenty-six feet, running back 104 feet four
inches, bounded North by Mrs. Marks' Lot,
East bv Main street, South by Lot No. 2. and
West by Lot No. S
LOT NO. 3, on Main street, fronting twen?
ty-six feet and running back KU feet four
inches, bounded North by Lot. No. 1, South
by Lot of Express Company, East by Main
street, and West hy Lot No. 3.
LOT NO. 3, fronting on Assembly street
li fly-1 wo feet, two niche*, moro Ol* less, bound?
ed North by Mrs. Marks, Kant by Lots 1 and
2, South by Lot of Express Company, and
Weet by Assembly st reel.
TERMS.-One-fourth cash-balanco in one,
two and three vears, with interest at seven
pur cent., payable annually, secured by bond
and mortgage; purchaser paya for papers and
A desirable FARM of sixty aoros, three
miles from Columbia, upon which is a com?
fortable Dwelling, ?Sc, with good water.
Part of Ibo land is well timbered.
Terms mudo known on day of sale.
Five Mules, two Hornes, and ono splendid
Milch Cow, with young Calf. _ Fob 11
Stoi c and Ideate for Sali:
MONTEITH & FIELDING, Auction'ra.
ON tho first MONDAY in Fotrnnry next, wo
A LEASE of fonr years and three months,
(with tho privilogo to remove the bnilding
bofore expiration of Lease,) on that piece of
ground npon which the store occupied by Mr.
Worban, watchmaker, now Blands, eubjeot ta
n quarterly rent of $23 per qnarter. Jan 21$
Valuable Heal Estate, at Auction.
BY E. "W. SEIBELS & CO.
JACOE LEVIN, ACCZIOKZEB.
WK will se.ll, without reseivo, on tho first
MONDAY in February, commencing at ll
That really valuublc property, on which
formerly stood tho -'United States Hotel," at
tho corner of Richardson and Lady streets,
consisting of five Lots, 35 feet 1 inch front
each, on Main or Richardson street, and run?
ning back ICS.
Six Lots, fronting on Lady street, 25 feet,
more or less, ami running back 184 feel G
This is the most valuable pioperty ever of?
fered in this city, and is desirable, in ovorj
point of view, iii location, and from tho faci
thal, tho property if unencumbered and titlef
perfect. Terms will be stated by Auctioneers
at sale. Jan ll ws
Mary Leaphart and Policy Leaphart ra. Geo
IN obedience to au order of Samuel W. Mob
ton, Judge of tho Fifth Circuit, io thc
above stated case, I will soil, on tho FIRS1
MONDAY in February next, within tho lega
boure, before the Court House door in tin
city of Columbia,
A certain LOT OF LAND, as described ir
ibo bill an containing ouo-hali acre, more ci
less, on tho South-east corner of Lincoln nnc
CONDITIONS OFSALE-That is to say, for cast
sufficient to pay tax and cost of amt and ex
pi use of sale; the balanco on a credit of ont
year, with interest thereon from day of sale
Purchase money to bo secured by bond anc
suret v. and a mortgago of tho premises sold
S. M. ROOF, S. L. C.
Sheriffs Ofiice, Lexington C. H., January 9
1871. Jan 18 f
jSLxiotioxi Salcr- .
A Large and Varied Stock of Fine Gold am
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, w
will sell, at our auction store, without re
A largo and varied stock of fine GOLD am
SILVER WATCHES, Diamonds, Guard, Voa
and Leontine Chains; fine Gold Chains, fia
Cutlery, Opera and Field (liasses, Fancy Oi
Pair tinga, Ac, all of which aro anred?ome
pledges from thc well-known Loan Office c
M. H. Prince, Washington, D. C., and to b
sold. Goods on exhibition previous to sale.
Termscash. Feb 5
In the Court of Probate-Lexington
Ex porte Alexander H. Wolfe, Administrate
of W. M. Beckham, deceased.
Petition to Sell Personal Property of Beceasei
PURSUANT to tho order nf Hon. A. ?
Caugbman, Judge of Probate for Lexine,
ton County, I will sell, on MONDAY, tho ISt
day of February, and dava encceeding:
Tho PERSONAL PROPERTY of W. ft
Beckham, deceased, consisting of about
til) b .ilea Cotton.
IS Mnlos, 3 Horses and 2 Colts.
GO Hogs,90 Cattle, among which are a gie?
many fine Milch Cows.
Kitchen Furniture, >Vc, and a, large quanti!
of tino Cotton Seed.
3.000 bushels Corn, f.r.d r. ?r.rg?; quantity ;
3 Four-Horso Wagons, 1 Ox-Cart and alarj
quantity of Farming Implements.
Tho salo will bo commenced at what
known as the James Bates piaco, in Richlac
Fork, and continued Ibero until all tho pn
porty on that plane is sold: and on tho di
immediately succeeding, tho salo will be coi
tinned at tho Baker placo, in Lexington, tl
late residence, of tho deceased, and continu*
thoro until all tho property is sold. It
thought tho salo at tho Batrp placo will occi
py about two days, and tho sale commenced ;
tho Baker place on the third.
Terms of sale cash.
S. M. ROOF, S JJ. C.
Sheriffs Office, Lexington CH., January
1S71. Feb 3
Ridge Land for Sale.
AFl HST class COTTON PLANTATION. (
head waters of Cloud Crock, in Edgefie
County, S. C., containing 8.r>0 acres. Cottai
dwelling and nil necossary buildings usual
found on a cotton plantation. Last year t
owner made seventy-five bales cotton wi
five mnVs. E. W. SEIBELS St CO.
. > ACRES of LAND in Barn ?rr
lO.OVJlJ on tho Ediato.
7")0 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
HOUSE and LOT iu Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near t
city-?.'J 000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT.
Attorney ut LKW and Real Estate Agent
Sept 25 1;
GRAIN ! GRAIN ! GRAIN !
\V. J. WIIIT.11 I UK. OIIKKSV1LI.K, H. I
DEALER ill GRAIN and COUNTRY PR
DUCE ot all kinds. Will n?>y prom
intention to ail orders entrusted tallis care
Thia ie a raro opportunity for Piaulera a
others living along tho lino of tho G reen vi
and Columbia Railroad, to procuro Iben si
lilies at lirst coat. I only usk a fair trial, a
guarantee satisfaction. Nov 25 3m<
o}f\t\ CHOICE New York Sugar-Cni
?I H J HAMS.
100 choice New York Sngar-Curcd SIIOTJ
DEBS Just received and tor sale, at ret?nt
?ric,*, b: J. * T R. AGNEW