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. Porol?ti AtfiUrs.
"VBRSAiDriB?, February S.-Washburne
is here with Fayre, canon emaciated.
Tho works nt Monttnedy and Racroy
will be blown up. The Marquis de Tau
hnt is a candidato for tho Ana o QI b ly.
Several trains loaded with provisions
entered Parin to-day.
The Germans have oeoupied Abbeville,
in the Department of Sonne, in spite of
Col. Villemoisey's protest against viola?
tion of the armistice.
Sx. PBTKBSBUBO, February 4.-It is
stated, upon reliable authority, that the
London Conference, having considered
the treaty in relation to uavigation of
tho Danube apart from the Black Sea I
question, excludes it from its future de?
liberation on the Danubian question;
the European commission having charge
of navigation of that river, therefore re?
mains of foroe. To this course Eng?
land, Germany and Russia raise no ob?
jection and the Porto has given its con?
FLORENCE, February 4.-Efforts of the
neutral powers to interioro in peace ne?
gotiations at Versailles encounter great
difficulties. There ia no truth in the re?
port that Chevalier Nigara goes to Ver?
sailles for theNpnrpose of mediating be?
tween Bismarck and Favre.
The first clause of tho Papal guaran?
tees bill was oarried through the Cham?
ber of Deputies.
LILLE, February 4.-Faidherbe has is?
sued orders confirming the armistice.
Among the candidates nominated by
the Moderates aro Thiers, Changarnier
LONDON, February 4.-The Journal, of
Paris, January 31st, announces that
Jules Simon bas gone to Bordeaux to
signify to Gambetta that henceforth the
Paris Government alone possesses exe?
Bourbaki is convalescent.
PABI8, February 4.-Intonso suffering
prevails, and hundreds are dying daily
of starvation. The food received is
LONDON, February 5.-A complete rup?
ture has taken place between the Paris
Government and Gambetta. Restora?
tion of the Empire is most probable.
It is reported that tho Pope has under?
taken to assist iu its restoration. The
clubs report that Bismarck is laboring
under severe mental excitement, his
mind being so unbalanced as to render
him virtually insaue.
LONDON, February G.-A number of
journals in North France denounce the
recent decrees by Gambetta, and urge
that the country needs and desires peace.
Roobefort announces tho forthcoming
issue of a new paper, entitled Mol
D'Ordre, which will advocate regicide.
Paris letters of the 3d state that Dar?an
bas assumed the Portfolio. of Public
Works temporarily, during the absence
of Mauquiu, and that Ferdinand Herald
succeeds Jules Favre, who tendered his
The offioial journal of Paris says no
conditions of peace have yet beeu dis?
The elections in Paris hove been post?
poned until the 8th. A Paris letter of
Wednesday says M. Lenioinne, in an ar?
ticle published in the Deb?is Unites, says
that Cao Repnblio is a failure and the
Orleans family the only hope for France.
The whole army of investment will
march through Arc de Triomphe, Rue
de Rivoli and RueSuint Antoine, simply
for the purpose of passing through
Paris. The houses on either side of the
route will be cleared of their inhabitants
and occupied by the German troops.
Tho statues of tho facade of the Hotel
de Ville were much damaged on Sunday
by the rioters.
The price of gold is daily rising. Tho
feeling against Gambetta is increasing.
LONDON, February 7.-Tho Standard]
says Beauregard has notified a large
number of Confederate officers to como
to France, in case of tho renewal of tho
struggle. Jules Favre has resigned the
Ministry of the luterior, but will romain
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The insurrectionary war iu Bolivia
continues. The Government won ono
and lost another battle. It is rumored
that Ecuador, Brazil aud Peru havo
allied against Colombia.
The Prussian Cross Gazelle confirms
tho report that all the material questions
before the London Conference have been
BORDEAUX, February 7.-Pelletau,
Gariner Pages and Emanuel Argo have
arrived from Paris.
CHAKIIESTON, February 7.-Arrived
stcamBhips Virginia, Philadelphia;
ALBANY, February 5.-The ice in the
Hudson River, at Crugers, moved dur?
ing the galo. 150 fishermen were on the
ice. At last accounts, four were known
to have been lost.
BOBTON, February 5.-Tho Adelphi
theatre was bumed to-day. Loss 835,000.
The firo was communicated to tho Parks
House, wbicb was damuged $351,000.
NEW YORK, February 5.-Thoa. Wil
Bon and John Miligau, exporters, have
been hold in $10,000 bonds, and books
and goods seized, charged with smug?
gling. The pursur and stevedore of the
steamer Europa are also implicated, and
have been committed in dofault of
Four vessels, of which three are steam?
ers, aro loading here for France. They
will take out 10,000 barrels each of flour
NEW YORK, February G.-A World \
special from Borlin, 5th, says uneasiness
is exoeeding exultation caused by the
fall of Paris. Funds aro depressed. No
confidence is felt that tho terms of peace
will bo accepted by the Bordeaux Assem?
bly. Incessant exertions are making for
the war, tho plan being to re-equip tho
armies, over-run the whole of France!
and reduce it to submission by a savage
and relentless campaign.
WASHINGTON, February G.-Much has
been said in the press uud Congres
atonal debates aa to the purposes of
North Germany ia acquiring territory in
America for naval purposes. These
publications having come to the know?
ledge cf Count Bismarck, ho haa recently
taken occasion to repeat, in an emphatic
manner, his declaration of July, 1868,
that North Germany does not intend to
acquire any territory on this continent,
or the possession of any of the adjacent
islands. This course ou her part is to
avoid interference in any way with tho
Monroe Doctrine, or any measures of
acquisition which this Government may
choose to adopt.
In the House, to-day, Barry moved to
suspend the rules, opening tho Court of
Claims to oitizeus of the Southern Stuten
for army stores. Wnshbarne said tho
Commitleo ou Claims would iutrodnce a
mensure next week satisfactory to South?
ern Representatives, when tho House re?
fused to suspend tho rules.
POUGHKEEPSIE, February 7.-An oil
train bound South, with a broken axle,
dragged along tbe ground until it
reached the draw-bridge at New Hum
burg, where a collision with tho piers
tbrow throe oars oft'. An ineffectual at?
tempt was made to stop tho express
train, which struck tho car, scattering
tho oil, which immediately ignited, en?
veloping the entiro express train in
flames. The express truiu consisted of
a locomotive, bagguge, expross and five
Bleeping cars. Tho engine, baggage nud
express cars wero hurled into tho river.
Allin the Chioago sleepiug oar perished
iu tho flames. The two following Bloop?
ing cars wore wrapped in flames, but thc
iumates escaped. Tho bridge caughl
fire and fell in ten minutes, carryiug
with it the Chicago car, hurling, the in
matt s into tho river, upon the wrecks o
the locomotive, buggnge and express
cars, which fell at tho accident. Tin
sleeping car tickets indicate thatthirteoi
perished, but passengers say tho Chicag(
sleepiug car contained twenty-five o
thirty, not. one of whom escaped. An
other and probably moro reliable ac
count, furnished by tho Western Unioi
Telegraph Company, says eighteen wer
killed outright and mauy more fatull;
injured. Three sleepiug cars ure amouj
NEW HAMBURG, February 7-7 o'clocl
A. M.-Up to thin time, sixteeu bodie
have been recovered.
NEW YORK. February 7.-A fire oe
curred at 360 Broadway. Loss ove
?100,000. Northern nud Western pat
sengers will be forwarded via the Hariet
Bailroad until tho Now Hamburg bridg
is repaired. Details of the uccident ar
horrible. Several instances aro given c
children burned in their mothers' armi
The hotly of tho conductor of tho sloe]
iug car was fouud. A list of his passel
gers, fouud on hi* body, gives only nu
names-Lowell, Fowler, Pearce, Car
Sorbish, Gomaund, Norcreade, Bosei
thal anti Forbush. This tallies with tl
Bleeping-car tickets-sixty-five in all-i
which fifty-four have been called fo
The eugiuecr, named Bartlett, is mis
ing, As soon us tho bodies were raise
to the surface they wero placed in
heated baggage car to thaw, when tl
clothing was searched for meaus of ide
tificatioo. At latest accounts uiuetet
bodies had been recovered, fourteen
which wero passengers. It is thong
all havo been recovered.
WASHINGTON, February 7.-A lett
from the commander of the Selfridg
dated Jauuary 13, says I have discover
aline foran inter-oceauic canal, divi
ing the ridgo 300 feet higher. T
country on either side is favorable
Bombay advices report tho capture
the city of Muscat by Synd Thorke.
lu the House, commission lucrcbat
and wholesale dealers petition aga!ns!
per ccut. tax on liquor sales. Tobac
dealers petition for a repeal of the sj
ciul tax on that business. Tho C
Council of Cincinnati protest agains
low bridge betweeu that city and Nc
port. The Committee on Public Expi
?lit tires reported a bill providing that
accounts or claims which have been i
justed by accounting officers of tho C
verumeut shall bo rc-oponed without i
thority specially given by law, aud f
bidding the accounting ofiicers to
upon any account or claim which si
not have been presented within six ye
from tho date at which it originated, i
less thc person having the claim was
infant, u/tunc covert, or a lunatic. fJ
second section forbids ?my person win
or has been au officer, clerk or ctn plo
in tho public service to act as ugeui
attorney in the prosecution of claims
fore the department, or any brat
thereof, ia which he had sorved, oi
give information or impart knowle
acquired by him, officially, in aid
claims against the Uuited States.
The Speaker laid before tho Hom
message from the President calling
tention to tho recent establishment
Germany of political institutions au
gous in their character to thoso of
United States, and recommending I
the salaries of the Minister and Se
tary of Legation at Berlin bo respect
ly inoren ?cd to tho same us allowee
London and Paris. The recotnmei
tiou was received with laughter on
Democratic side of ibo House.
lu tho Senate, the Legislature
Texas asks increased mail fud li ties,
resolution was passed withdrawing
uuthority of the Postmaster-Genera
settle with Chorpcuing. Tho New i
Air Linc Road was taken up by u vol
25 to 27. Tho discussion procc?
some time, wheu it gave way to
special order, being business from
Committee on Claims. Tho bill pa;
loyal citizens of Loudon Connty,
for live stock takcu by United S
troops duriug the war, by order of t
Sheridau, was passed, by yens 38 to
10. It involves tho payment of proi^
taken by the Government within
confines of tho rebellion. A siinilai
to pay Mrs. Shelby, of Mississippi,
cotton tnkon from her by tho rebels,
captured by tho Unitod States sohl
was favorably received. A quorum
voting, the Sonato adjourned.
The Commorce Committee will
on the Cincinnati cud Nowport Bridge
question Tuesday noxt. Among the
items in the defloienoy appropriation are
$4,750,00 for post offices; $3,500,000 for
army and 8100,000 for tho Freedmen's
Bureau. After considerable discussion,
the bill waa amended so as to provide
that it shall not apply to any claim of
loyal men arising in States formerly in
insurrection which, by operation of law,
could not be fully settled and adjusted,
nnd that all other claims shall be pre?
sented within six years from the passage
of the Act. The twenty-second section
was amended so as to apply ouly to per?
sons who had beeu employees of the
Government within three years. The
bill as thus amended was passed.
The Reconstruction Committee had
uo quorum. The Ways and Moana Com?
mittee resolved to report in favor of a
repeal of tho income tax, by u vote of 5
Nominations-Thos. Settle, of North
Carolina, Minister to Beru; Barbour
Lewis, Appraiser of Morchuudtso, Mern- I
MEMPHIS, February 7.-Gov. Alcoru's
giu-houso, with 400 bales of cotton, was
burned to-dny. Loss $75,?00; insurauce
IUKA, Miss., February 7.-A hotel
hero was burned to-duy. Loss $00,000.
lu the Arkansas House, three sitting
friends of Clayton wore ousted by ? vote
of 45 to 63. An Avalanche special says
thero is great rejoicing over tho result.
PITTSBURG, VA., February 7.-Tho
Smith Brothers' locomotive works, with
twenty-three adjoining buildings, wero
burned to-day. Loss $150,000.
NEW YORK, February 7, 1871.-Tb Hie
Press of the United States.-GENTLEMEN: |
Avuiling myself of tho courtesy of tbo
Western Union Telegraph Company, I
send you by wire tho unnexed appeal iu
behalf of tbo Buffering people of France.
Belief to bo of any value must bo imme?
diate. Tho committee respectfully re?
quest thut you will publish tho appeal.
Tho Western Union Company, I learn,
will scud, without charge, any telegraph
messages between tho New York Com?
mittee of Belief and co-operative orga- I
nizations throughout tho Union. Bc- !
(Signed) J. W. SIMONTON, I
General Agent Associated Bress. i
To thc people af the United States in beha f
if the suffering of the population of
Tho committee appointed by tho
Chamber of Commerce of tho city of |
Now York to organize measures of relief ?
for the Bufferiug population of Franco, i
is now prepared to receive contributions j
of money and supplies, which will be j
gratefully acknowledged. Tho commit- !
Ice appeals to tho American pcoplo for
this object in the sacred mime of charity,
and for that aloue. It docs not wish to
rofor to the merits of tho conflict which
hue unhappily arisen botween the grout
nations of Germany and France, tor it
believes that discussion on those points
should censo in the presence of such
suffering and want. Tho German armies,
with a noble magnanimity, and setting an
example winch is worthy of our ad?
miration, have shared their scanty
rations with their starving foes. Let
it not be said that we of our abun?
dance havo dono less than they. Tho
French people have been engaged
iu a war ol' thc most destructivo charac?
ter. It has drawu fearfully upon their
resources, exhausted their supplies uud
crippled their industries. lu tho agii
oulturul districts the last year's crop was
a short one, and the present one was
harvested only in part, uud much of
whut was gathered has since been de?
stroyed or appropriated to thc use of the
army. Their lund has been tho scone of
uumerous buttles of terrible magnitude, ;
and tho horrors of war havo been j
brought to their very doors. An imme?
diate, supply of food is needed for the
starving population. The fannel s must i
have seed to plant in their holds in tho i
spring, or the crops of next season will
not bo forthcoming. Unless speedy no?
tion is taken for the relief of tho inhabit?
ants:, intense, misery and doBtructiou
must prevail. Other nations arc moving
iu this work of true humanity. Sbull it
bo suid that America stood idly by, and
extended no helping bund to the French
people in their hour of distress?
Our duty as a Christiau nation forbids
us to bo indifferent to their appeal for
relief. Tho charity that gives quickly is
a double charity. The committee,
therefore, cannot too strongly impress
upon ull tho necessity of prompt action.
Every day it lasts is for France a day of
misery unalleviute.il. Contributions in
money should bo forwarded ut ouce. Tho
committee calls upon its fcllow-citizons
everywhere to euguge in this work of hu?
manity and love It urges them to or?
ganize in every city, town and vi lingo at
once, and earnestly to forwurd their con?
tributions without deluy; and it feels as?
sured that this appeal to the benevolence
of all will receive an earnest and gener?
C. H. MARSHALL. Chairman.
CHAS. LANOEH, Treasurer.
ANSON P. STOKES, Secretary.
Bomittance in money, which will be
transmitted to Baris without delny, can
be made to Charles Lancer, 27 Bine
street, New York.
(Sigued) J. W. SIMON TON.
FIKE STOCK FOR SALE,
AT TUB I) K X T K li STABLES.
_eti WE offer for Balo tho following
^JB?ft valuablo STOCK:
(gg|i$W ?Ka 1 lino young Enan HORSE, live
E\ITT?-Ja >'('ar8 0,u thia apriug-suitable
HMH?lBBfiH/cr barucas or muidle.
Ono small-sized Horse -a good saddle nag
and will work anywhere
One lino grey Abdullah Mare, five years old
-trots fast, with every prospect of improYo
Tho thoroughbred Maro Saluda-raised hy
Gen. Johnson Hagood, of Barnwell. She ia
of Ano elfie and style; yonog, sound and kind;
worka well oithor in singlo or double harness;
can be managed by a lady. This animal is
? afraid of nothing, and cnn be bought very
cheap. Hor pedigreo and performance can be
I seen at tie abovo stables. BOYCE A CO.
- ' NN?tfOlAJCt AqiD COMMERCIAL,.
COLUMBIA, 8. 0., February 8.-Sales
of cottoD, yesterday, 87 balea-middling
NEW YOB?, February 7-Noon.-Flour
and corn dull and unobanged. Wheat
quiet and heavy. Fork steady-mess
firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard quiet-steam 13%@
13}?. Cotton dull and nominal-mid?
dling uplands 15}<?; Orleans 16; sales
1,000 bales. Freights firm. Stocks very
quiet and steady. Gold opened at 12,
but is now rather weak, at 11%. Money
easy, at 4@5. Exchange-long 9%;
short 1Q}?. 02s 10%; coupon
7 P. M.-Cotton dull, with sales of
2,000 bales, at 15.%. Southern flour
quiet-common to good extra 6.S)0(aY7.40;
good to choice 6.45(318.75. Whiskey a
shade firmer, at 93>?@93^. Wheat
heavy and lCa}.2o. lower-rod "Virginia
2.57; winter red and amber Western
2.58(0)2.60. Corn unchanged-Southern
yellow 86y?. Pork quiet, at 22.25?
22.75. Beef and lard steady. Freights
very firm-cottou, sail, 5-16@%; steam
%($7-16. Money abnndaut, at 4@5.
Sterling nominally firm. Gold 11%(?)
11%. Governmouts steady. Southerns
very dull. Tonuessees 63j.j; new 63%.
Virginias 64; new 60%. Louisianas 67;
new 60; levees 72; 8s 80. Alabamas 98;
5s 08. Georgias 81*6; 7s 80. North
Carolinas 47% ; new 25J.,'. South Caro?
linas 73??; new 59%.
BALTIMORE, -February 7.-Flour dull
nud holders refuse concessions. Wheat
dull and tending down. Corn-white
Southern better, at89@90; yellow quiet,
at 82. Provisions easy and unchanged.
Whiskey better, nt 94. Cotton dull aud
nominal-middling 14%; receipts 635
bales; sales 515; stock 12,490.
CINCINNATI, February 7.-Flour in
good demand at full prices. Corn firm
and in fair demand, at 53@55. Pro?
visions buovnnt and higher. Mess pork
email@example.com; new held at 22 50. Lard
buoyant and unsettled-kettlo 12%.
Bacon buoyant-shoulders 9%; sides
ll t.<(7ttl2; closing quiet and firm. Whis
keyd?ll, at 87.
LOUISVILLE, February 7.-Bagging
weuk. Flour quiot-extra family 7.50
Corn firm with light, receipts. Provi
sions firmer. Pork 22.25. Shoulders
10; sides 12(7/12'.,'; sugar-cured hams ll;
plain 15. Lard 12:1,(/7tl4'... Whiskey
NEW OBLEANS, February 7.-Cottou
steadv-middling 14%@14%; receipts
10.947 hales; sales 9,400;'stock 248,430.
BOSTON, February 7.-Cotton quiet
middling 15%; receipts 1,750 bales;
sales 400; stock 7,000.
MOBILE, February 7.-Cotton dull
middling 14%; receipts 5,5*.*1 bales; I
sales 1,000; stock 75,744.
WILMINGTON, February 7. - Cotton
dull and nomiuol-middling 14??; re?
ceipts 163 bales; stock 2,674.
NORFOLK, February 7.-Cotton dull
low middling 13%(ji)14; receipts 1,995
bales; sales 100; stock 8,978.
CHABLESTON, February 7.-Cotton
easy-middling 14 J4' ; loceipts 1,561 bales;
sales 600; stock 37,281.
GALVESTON, February 7.-Cottou is
quiet-good ordinary 12,',?'@12j?; re?
ceipts 1,787 bales; sales 700; stock 61,174.
AuaosTA, February 7.-Cotton dull
and lower, ut 13% (71)13,% for middling;
sales 700 bales j-receipts 1,120.
COTTON SK KI) OIL. CAKE can lie bad
at all tin.es, and iu anv quantity, of
Jan 21 * E. HOPE.
TflE undersigned offers for ?ale tho
Mi") COTTAGE, on Washington street, now
.SmLoecnpiod by him. Gas and water on the
premises; well finished stable, carriage house
and other necessary buildings. Flower and
fruit garden, well stocked with choice young
trees and plants.
THIRTEEN HOUSES, siiuatod in various
parts of thc city, fur sale on accommodating
terms. Apply to YV. HUTSON W1GG,
Feb 5 fimo Attorney.
Fairfield Lands for Sale,
?gg LOCATED twenty miles from Coluni
OWbia, on tho waters of Dig and Little Cedar
" Creeks, live miles from Littleton, on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, with the
crop of wheat and oats now growing.
Wo will sell tho above property at a bar?
gain, if early application is mane.
This is a rare chance for farmers. One
placo contains 325 acres, tho other 300 acres,
ot as good Cotton ami Grain Land as can be
found in tho country. Arrangements for tho
crop aro complete, and the slock on the place
can bo had at a reasonable price.
_Fob:i_fw4 E. W. SEIDELS A CO.
Dickson Cotton Seed.
POA BUSHELS of the above COTTON
PJ\ f\J SEED, grown from Seed purchased
in 18C!>, at $4 per bushel, from David Dickson,
of Georgia, for sale by J. K. DAVIS,
Monticello, Fairfield County, S. C.
O'S" Price-'25 bushels or less amount, SO
cents per bushel of SO pounds; 50 bushels or
loss amount, 10 cents per bushel of 30 pounds;
100 bushels or less amount, 30 cents per
bushel of 30 pounds. Feb 4 10*
CoLUMiiiA, B. C., February 1,1871.
TnE County Treasurer hereby gives notice
that he will bo roady to rcc?ivo the State
and County Taxes, for the fiscal year ending
September 1, 1870, on Real and Personal Pro?
perty, on and after WEDNESDAY, the first
day of February.
Levy for State purposes, 0 Mills on everj
Levy for County purposes, 5 Mills on every
Levy for School purpose?, ?l on every poll.
C. H. BALDWIN, County Treasurer.
Oftieo over Scott, Son <t Co.'a Bank.
" Prime Norfolk Oysters.
I HAYE made a reduction in tho
jf?&fis. price of OYSTERS, and will sell
J Mathew as low as any in tho market,
V J v5?B'and will guarantoe them to bo tho
best that can be had.
JOHN D. BATEMAN,
Fob 1 12 At Columbia Ice House.
SUGAR cured SHOULDERS,
Fulton Market Beef,
All choice and for salo at reduced priros.
Jan 27 _ EDWARD HOPE.
Resfdence for" Bale-Eligible Location.
f!*S THE undersigned will Bell his RESI
III DENCE on Arsenal Hill-regarded "ne
Hil of tho most dosirablo in tho city. Tho
.Hou80 contains 13 rooms, with high ceilings,
and on tho premises aro commodious out
houses, stablcB, &o. Connected with the pro?
mises aro a fino garden spot and handsome
shrubbery. Terms reasonablo.
Jan 20 J. P. THOMAS.
FIEE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
fT?HE undersigned has undertaken the busi
X noaa of FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
He represents the LivRRrooL AND LONDON AND
GLODE INSURANCE COMPANY, an English Com?
pany, whose assets amount to over Eighteen
Million* of Bollara Gold, ot which $2,000,000
aro hold by tho Directors in Now York. He
also represents tho ST. Loma MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY, a first olasa Company
and very popular. Tho undersigned will also
soil or buy Real Eatato and other property, on
roaBouable terms. J. W. PARKER". '
Jan31_25? OfHco at Dr. Mint's Drug Store.
At and Less Than Cost.
REAL PAISLEY SHAWLS.
Black Cloth and Beaver Cloaka.
All Worsted Coverings.
Heavy Caasimoros and Clutha.
Bent French Merinos.
All Wool Plaids.
Fancy Dress Gooda.
Black and Colored Silks.
Jan 29 C. F. JACKSON.
NOW opening and showing, tho largest and
moat elogant assortment of French and
English FANCY GOODH ever brought to this
market, selected especially for the Holidays.
Elogant Perfumery, Colognes and Extracts,
Now and superior Toilet Soaps,
I'erfume BoxeB, Toilet Boxes,
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
Germau, French and English Toilet Waters,
Atkinson's Extract Whito Roses,
Lnbin's Perfumea, Extracta, Suchet,
Low's new Perlumes and Extracts,
Coudray's Fashionable Cologne,
Coudray's Lavender Water,
Germau Farina Cologne,
Superior Bay Rum,
A largo and lino assortment of Hair Brnsh
es, Tooth Brushes,
English and French Dressing Comba,
Ivory Fine-tooth Comba,
Elogant Pomado for tho Hair,
Eau Lustral, Circassian Lustre,
Cloth Brushes, Turkish Rubber,
Turkish Towels, Tooth Picks, |
Elogant Snaps, largeat assort nient in city,
A beantifnl selection of Fancy Perfume
Sachets. For salo bv
Dec IS E. H.* HEINITSH, Druggist.
New Books at Bryan & McCarter's.
THE Lifo of Lord Palmerston, by Bulwer.
Tho English Governess at tho Siamese
Court, witti plates.
Thc Percys, by author of Stepping Heaven?
wards. Price $1.25.
Tho Victory of the Vanquished, by author
of Schonbcrg Family. $1.75.
Light at Evening Time-a book of Comfort
and Support for tho Aged-by Dr. Holmo.
Arthur Help's EsBays, written at intervals.
Joseph and Ilia Friond, by Bayard Taylor.
Sketches of San Domingo,"by Kciin. SI.50.
Morning and Evening Exercises, bv Henry
Ward Beecher. $2.00..
Tour of Dr. Syntax, with colored platea.
$:t 00; and other new Booka, to suit all fancies.
Alan, a variety of new Novels, und another
simply of Diaries for 1871. Jan 21
KESTRAL NATIONAL BANK
Present Capital, $100,000.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, ?.-,00,000.
john B. Palmor, President.
A. G. Brenizor, Cashier.
C. N. G. Butt, Assistant Cashier. i
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W. McMas
ter, lt. D. Sonn, of R. D. Senn & Son; G. VV.
Dearden,of Copeland A Bearden; R.L. Brvnn,
bi Brvan A McCarter; W. C. Swaffield, of lt.
A W.'C. Swailield.
F. W. McMaster, Solicitor.
I'M I is Bank is now open for the transact on ;
. of a general banking business.
CERTIFICATES OP DEPOSIT of currency or
coin, bearing interest at the rato of bevon (7)
per cunt, per annum, in kind, will bc issued.
Especial attention given to collections, for ?
the making of which it has peculiar facilities*.
Drafts on all the prominent cities in thc
United States bought and sold.
Foreign Exchange bought and sold, and col?
lections made on all the principal cities in
Sight Drafts drawn direct on all the promi
neut placea in England, Ireland, Scotland,
France, Germany, Belgium, Holland. Ben
mark anil the Orient. Lett era of Credit iaaued,
payable in any of the above places.
Aotes, Hills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
Stocks, Bonds, Gold and Sitter bought and
Mutilated Currency purchased at a small
Deposits from County Officer* especially so?
licited; alan, from Tmsle.es, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and othera.
Particular attention given to acconnta of |
Ci'.y and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness mon, and tho usual accommodations ex?
Accounts of Railroad Companies, and other
corporation!*, received on favorablo terms.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open from 9 to 3. _^?b_i
Carolina National Bank
Capital Stock Paid in, $200,000.
HOARD OF BI RECTORS:
L. D. CHILDS, PRESIDENT.
DR. J. W. PARKER, lt. M. WALLACE,
JOHN S. WILEY, DU. JOHN T. DARIO.
E. HOPE, RICHARD O'NEALE, JR
C. D. MELTON, Attorney.
W. ?. GALICK. C. J. IUEDELL,
. Cashier. Assistant Cashier.
riVIE capital stock of this Bank ia now
_L $200,000, all4of which lina been paid in,
and conlirmed by tho Comptroller of tho
Currency. Authority baa alco been received
for a further increase to tho amount of $50.000,
of which over $20,000 baa already been taken.
Persons wishing to make au investment
should apply without delay. The Surplus
Fund is now $0,000, ?r threo per cent, upon ita
Tho Carolina National Bank issues certifi?
cates of deposit, bearing iutercat at the rato
of seven per cent, per annum. This feature
of its buainoss makes it practically
A. SAVINGS HANK,
and attention is called to tho fact that the
safety of thouo deposita, as well aa all others,
aro guaranteed hy tho wholo capital of tho
Bank. No aafor modo of temporary invest?
ment is oil-red to tho pnblic than this-the
deposits bring payable on demand, or on
sie 11 notice. Deposita of any amount re?
ceived either in currency or coin, and payable
in tho same. Interest will bu paid at tho end
nf each six months, should depoaitB remain
beyond that length of time.
Columbia, S. C-, January 28, 1871.
Jan 29 mwSmo
o "t ion S Ale?.
Sale Continued-A Large and Varied Stock, of
Fine Gold and Silver Watches.
BY D. C.PEIXOTTO & SON.
THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
wo Vfill continuo tho palo, at our Auction
Storo, without reserve:
A largo and varied stock of fine GOLD and
SILVER WATCHES, Diamonds, Guard, Vost
and Leontine Chains; Ano Gold Chain?, fine
Cutlery, Opora and Field GlaBBOB, Fancy Oil
Paintings, Ac, all of which aro unredeemed
Sledges from tho well-known Loan Office of
I. H. Prince, Washington, D. C., and to be
sold. Conds on exhibition prorions to sale.
Terme casi,._Fob 8
In the Court of Probate-Lexington.
Ex parte Alexander H. Wolfo, Administrator
of W. M. Beckham, deceased.
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 BO)1, on MONDAY, tho 13th
day of February, and days aneoeeding:
Tho PERSONAL PROPERTY of W. M.
Beckham, deceased, consisting of about
30 bales Cotton.
15 MUIOB, 3 Hornea and 2 Colts.
00 HogB.OO Cattle, among which are a great
many fino Milch Cows.
Kitchen Purni turo, Ac, and a largo quantity
of fine Cotton Seed.
3,000 bushels Corn, and a large quantity of
3 Four-Horao Wagons, 1 Ox-Cart and a large
quantity of Farming Implements.
The salo will bo commenced at what ia
known as the James Bates place, in Richland
Fork, and continued there until all the pro?
perty on that place is sold; and on the day
immediately succeeding, the sale will be con?
tinued at tho Baker place, in Lexington, the
late residence of tho deceased, and continued
them until all tho property is sold. It ls
thought tho sale at tho Bates place will occu?
py about two days, and tho salo co m mo need at
thc Baker placo on tho third.'
Terms or salo cash.
8. M. ROOF, 8. L. C.
Sheriffs Office, Lexington C. H., January 9,
1871. Fob 3
Ridge Land for Sale.
AFIRST clasdCOTTON PLANTATION, on
head waters of Cloud Crock, in Edgefiold
County, S. C., containing 850 acres. Cottage
dwelling and all necessary buildings usually
found on a cotton plantation. Last year the
owner made scventv-five bales cotton with
five mules. "E. W. SEIBELS & CO.
? Stock of Clothing,2Hats
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
?3- LESS TM AN COST.
ARARE OPPORTUNITY TO EMBARK IN
THE BUSINESS. A fresh and well ae
leeted stock o? CLOTHING.'HATS and Gents'
FURNISHING GOODS, together with the
STORE FIXTURES and Lease of one of the
moat desirable business stands in the oity of
Columbia-property of tho late W. J. Hoke
is now offered for salo at a sacrifice, in order
to cloao the business. Parties desiring to
treat for the purchase of aame, will call on or
address the son of the late proprietor.
; co-Papers copying other no tico will dlscon
I tinue it and insert this. Jan 29
New Varieties Garden Seeds.
Marblehead Mammoth Cabbage,
Early Schweinforth Cabbage,
Keyes' Early 1'roliiic Tomato,
New French Breakfast Radinh,
Early Flat Dutch Cabbage,
Early Winninustadt Cabbage.
For salo by E. H. HEINITSH.
Wholesale and Retail Drug and deed Store.
Oils, Turpentine, Benzine.
1 rxri GALLONS LINSEED OIL,
LwU 100 gallons Train Oil,
100 gallons Machinery Oil,
100 gallon:-, Spirits Turpentine,
100 gallons Alcohol,
I 50 gallons Henzine,
I 10 barrels Kerosene Oil.
\ For sale low by E. H. HEINIT8H,
I Jan 25 Wholesale and Retail Druggist.
Meat ! Meat ! 1 Meat ! ! !
? _ THOMAS W. POPE linforma tho
i ??SSMgnpnblie that tho beat BEEF, PORK,
j *3^HSuU'rT0N and ?AUSSAGE, in tho
Sos?Ssauierkct, can bo found at Stall No. 7.
I Give me a call. _ Dec 28 2mo
j " NEW STORE.
i rrx.-Tsr_ THE subscriber would re
//^L-vP^f^fci spectfully inform his frienda
b-T?HES?Hl?auU ?'rt customers that he baa
vT I ^Tr^lP/ re-established himaolf in the
xsnBBaBBKGENERAL GROCERY BUSI?
NESS, at bia old Bland, (No. 199,) whoro he
will bo pleased to show and soil to purchasers
a completo stock of new fanoy and substan?
tial GOODS, carefully selected.
Richardson street, first square Booth of old
Market corner. ORLANDO Z. BATE8.
Dec 1 3mo
To Farmers and Planters-Fertilizuig
Material for Making Manures.
MUR?ATE OF POTASH.
German Potash Salts, 31 per cont, of
Salt Cake, ground.
Nitro Cake, ground.
Sulphate of Soda, grouud.
Sulphate of Ammonia, imported.
Sulphate of Magnesia. 74 per cent.
Nitrate of Soda, double.
Nitrato of Potash, crude.
Muriato of Soda, residium.
Super-Phosphate of Lime, 13 per cent, of
Soluble Phosphoric Acid.
For salo by E. H. HEINITSH,
Jan 29 f Wholesalo and Rotail Drnggiat.
AFINE ASSORTMENT of DOLLS,! Tova,
und other fancy articles forpittle folks.
A fresh selected stock of CANDIES, fancy
und stick, and a largo assortment of Fancy
and Plain Ponud Cakes.
A fine lot of MEERSCHAUM PIPES, CigarB,
.vc, at KRAFT'S BAKERY,
Dec. 21 Main street.
cjgUb A COMPLETE asBortment of two
J$?giEand rour-aeat Passenger CARRI?
AGES haajust been received at tho Reposito?
ry, corner Lady and Assembly Btreets. The
latest and most stylish patterns havo been
selected with caro, from some of tho best
buddera in thc country; and tho stock nover
has boon surpassed in design or finish by any
offered here. Prices moderate. _
Dec IC W. K. GREENFIELD,
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into the manufacture of
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Moasra. Wright A Vinn, ono
of their now patent Hrick Machines, capablo
of taming out from 10,000 to 60,000 bricka per
day, aro now prepared to make contracta and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to H AUDY. SOLOMON, at bia
store, or at the South. Carolina Bank and
TruM Company. Sept 8
CT f\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for salo low Ut
OU dealers by EDWARD HOPE.