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w&99?%S? S?B?H?W the Q?Ve??tt?'
'ment, demanded tue i aa mediate, discos
oi?u of the treaty. The proposition was
' ?'ppooed by Boveral Dop uti ca from Alsace
and Pari?. Thiers energetically 'ap?
pealed to.ibo Assembly to lose no time.
Ik ?ras uooossftry for the treaty to be dis?
cussed without tho least delay. .Tho
Assembly might than spare Paris from
great suffering. The Govornmont could
not be responsible for the consequences
BORU K AUX, March 1.-The Assembly
voted the ratification of the preliminary
: conditions of peace by 546 to 107.
LONDON, March 1.-The name of tho
police agent drowned in the Seine by
the mob on Sunday was Vinoenoim.
Th? Dake of Broglie will be officially
received by the Queen Friday as ambas?
sador from France. The fourth article
Of th? last convention is to the effect
that the contribution of money which
has been imposed is to be remitted
The Germana are to collect taxes in the
occupied province! until the rati?outio?
of the preliminaries of peace.
'The following correspondence has
naannrj between the Pamperer cf Ger?
many and Czar Alexander-; The Empe?
ror, in his letter to the Czar, after stat?
ing the terms upon which peace had
been concluded, says: "We have arrived
at tho end of a glorious and bloody war,
whioh was precipitated by the frivolity
of the French. Prussia remembers that
you prevented the spread of tho war.
God bl OHS yon." The Czar replied that
he shared tho joy felt by his illustrious
brothor, and hoped for a durable peace.
He had proved a devoted frieud. The
happiness and glory of Russin and Prus?
sia were now insured.
VERSAILLES, March 1.-Thc Emperor
has returned from Long Champs, where
he reviewed the army entering Paris.
LONDON, March 1.-Tho barricades in
the Northern and Eastorn fourbourgs ot'
Paris aro only precautionary; aud will be
used if the Germans should over-step the
PARIS, March 1.-At 10 o'clock, 30,000
German troops entered, with ninety-six
pieces of artillery und the usual propor?
tion of cavalry. Tho zone surrendered
to the Prussians is nearly clear of French
It commences at the extreme South
west corner of the enciente, which forms
a point, and rans in the shape of an
irregular triangle, of whioh the zone
forms the East side; the enciente, from
Pont Du Jonr to the Porte Des Forms,
the West Hide, and the Faubourg
Hottore, the Avenue Des Forms, from
the Hoe Royale to the enciente, the North
side, or base. Tho only points within
these limits retained by the French aro
tho baking establishment of the army of
Paris, the Quai De Billy and the Pont
De Jena. Bat few people on the streets;
the most of the women out, were in
mourning, going to mass. The Germans '
used no music, except the dram and <
trumpet for signals. The Germans were 1
astonished ot the mouuful aspect of the >
oity and the desertion of the streets.
The statues ia the Place De LaCorcorde j
were covered with orapo.
WASHINGTON, March 2.-Secretary '
Fish, of tho State Department, has re- <
ceived the following despatch, dated: 1
. PARIS, March 2-Noon.-The German 1
entry into Paris was peaceful and qniet. 1
(Signed) WASHBURNE. <
LONDON, March 2.*-Paris despntches
state that several battalions of Germans 11
entered the city at 7 ?'clock yesterday
morning to prepare quarters. At half-11
guBt 8 Palais De Industrie was occupied. 11
onie battalions soon afterwards paraded
in the Place Do La Concorde. But a
small number of inhabitants was pre?
sent, and no demonstrations made. *
There was soon n line of German troops <
along the Seine from Pont Du Jour to *
Palau Bourbon, whilo on the right bank 1
the French National Guards stopped the
passage of all persons in uniform.
Horse patrols circulated and occupied
their quarters. No nets of depredations
have been committed. The main body 1
formed at Long Champs and in Bois De t
Boulogne, where the review was held, 1
and entered Paris at noon. Tho Em- 1
peror's staff are quartered at Palace of
Ofczo. Gen. Kamocke commands the 1
army of occupation. A Prussian mili- '
tary commission has been established to
receive the complaints of inhabitants
who deserted the occupied quarters.
Tho public buildings are also deserted
and closed. Tho Emperor declares he *
will not enter tho city. The Crown 1
Prince will reviow the German armv, I
CHARLESTON, March 2.-Arrived -
Steamship Virginia, Philadelphia.
CLEVELAND, OHIO, March 1.-Tho Se?
cond National Bank was mulcted for
$10,000, for bonds specially deposited in
18G9, which tho bank alleged were appro?
priated by tho cashier, who proved a de?
faulter and saicided. The complaiuaut
got full value, for tho bonds, und interest
from tho time deposited.
NEW YORK, March 1.-A Herald spe
oial gives the following programme: It
is the intention of his Majesty to witness
the entry of the eleventh corps at the
'enciente on Wednesday morning. Tho
reasons for his doing this are obvious to
all who are acquainted with tho state of
pablio feeling in Paris and vicinity. Tho
spot selected for thc purpose is kept a
secret. The eleventh corps will have thc
honor of being the first Prussian force
to occupy tho capital. At 10 o'clock pre?
cisely they will enter, with colors flying
and bands playing; in full war strength,
30,000 strong, with ninety-six field guns.
At the end of three days they will ho re?
lieved by another corps, probably guards.
The process of relief will probably io
volvo the preicnco of 60,000 German
soldiers within tho enciente nt ono timo.
A corps will remain thrco days, and bo
succeeded by another, until all have had
u turn. Tho whole period of occupation
has not yet boen defined.
MONTGOMERY, ALA., March 2.-The
i? mhch \ i??erest' tabea in i soft on triol
to-day, wljerciu the extraordinary ape?la
ole i3 prcepatetf,. for -ibis locality, o? n
United States Judge being the defend?
ant. . The suit grows ont of an order of
United States Judge BnateAil, rendered
last June, imprisoning the Auditor of
the State for alleged contempt, in not
obeying tba order of -the conrt restrain
lng th? collection of tax from express
companies. The Auditor sues Judge
BUB teed for libel, abd lays damages at
?250.000. Both parties are leading
members of the Republican party.
WASHING/TON, March 2.-The Senate
has confirmed Osgood postmaster at Sa?
Tn the House, the repeal of the income
tax was defeated by a decisive voto. The
Georgia contested election cases will not
be decided this session. . ,
In'the Senate, the Honso bill for the
collection of debts due the Government
from Southern railroads, passed. Mr.
Hill presented a communication from
the members of the present and former
Georgia Legislature, remonstrating
against seating Foster Blodgett.
. The bill whieh passed the Senate and
goes to the President, regarding rail
",.".!" - ~_?"ll_.
rCuCio, ta (?o imiune,
Whereas certain suits are now pending
iu the United States Oourts within the
State of Tennessee agaiust certain rail?
road corporations in that State, on ac?
count of property sold to said corpora?
tions by tho Government, which suits
are contested by tho defendant corpora?
tions; and whereas it is for the interest
of tho Government to speedily adjust
md collect the claims of the United
States, while avoiding litigation aud lose
by the insolvency of any such railroad:
Be it enacted, That the Secretary ol
War be, und is hereby, authorized' and
required, if he shall deem it advisable,
by and with the advice of thu counsel ol
the road iu such suits for the Uuitec
States and the Attorney-Generul of tin
United Status, to compromise, adjust
und settle the same upou such terms ai
bo amount and time of payment as maj
be just aud equitable, nud best calcul?t
ad to protect the interests of the Govern
The last accounts from tho coal region:
represent the luborers, operators une
carrying companies equally stubborn.
The President will receive no visit?n
luring the balance of the week.
The next Congress will havo the norn
?nation of forty cadets.
The members of the High Commissioi
visited the capitol to-day. Tho even
elicited several stump speeches.
Tho Cincinnati and Southern Railroai
bill comes up for u third reading to-moi
row. Appropriations were resumed.
In the House, a bill was passed prc
(riding for three commissioners to exam
ino the claims of loyal citizens of th
Southern States for army stores fui
Dished during the rebellion, includin
:ho use und loss of vessels employed b
:he Government. Tho commissionct
ire not to be resident in tho Souther
States, but shall hold a session at Wash
ugton, and then adjourn to such place
in tho Southern States as they may s<
ect, and report their proceedings t
;ach session of Congress. A bill passe
restoring James Belger to his rank t
major and quartermaster. It goes to tb
President. A bill removing the politic
Usabilities of seventy-one Kentuckian
.vliich passed tho Senate iu July, wi
passed, and goos to the President.
Synopsis of the weather report for tl
jast twenty-four hours-The pressui
ass been diminishing gradually sim
yesterday evening on the Gulf and Soul
Atlantic coasts; hos been variable on tl
Wast Atlantic; has diminished rapidly t
,he lako-i. Fair weather has prevail?
m the South Atlantic; threatening we
?ber with light rains on tho Gulf ai
ower lakes. Rains havo fallen genera]
m Lake Michigan and the count
South and West of Ohio. Fresh Sout
westerly winds are now reported fro
;be Gulf to Lake Ontario. Fresh ai
jrisk Northerly winds on Lake Mic!
ran and in tho extremo Nortk-wei
Probabilities-It is probable that t
.ains West of the Alleghanies will, .
Friday, extend generally along the 1
antic coast, with brisk winds, and tl
rosh winds and cloudy weather will p
rail on the upper lakes.
Tho conference committee, ou t
Texas Pacific Railroad have ugreed up
i report in favor of a brauch from N
Jrlenns to Marshall, Texas, via Bat
[logue aud Alexandria aud the tru
rom Murshall, Texas, to Sau Diego, a
i branch from the Colorado River, ni
.ho thirty-second parallel. Parliameu
.y courtesy requires that tho Hoi
mist act first on the report. The Hoi
tdjourncd, and the Senate will take
lotion at its session to-night.
NEW Yoitn, March 2.-A Telegr
ipccial from Paris says thc inhabita
muntum tho same quiet nud sturdy
lepeudenee they showed on tho mo
ug of tho entry of the Prussians. Th
vero no demonstrations by the pcoj
ind the troops prepared to bivouac
.ho Cham Flysee and its neighborbo
without any apparent excitement.
French troops who guarded the barra
ind bridges behaved admirably, i
mder great provocation restrain tl
.empers und keop cool. There has b
io disposition on the part of tho offi*
ind men of the Prussian army to wau
icy ond the barricade limits, even witt
i militury uniform. Tho Prussian
liers, if discovered in some parts of Pi
would be attacked by angry mobs.
Tho storo ship Supply sailed to-da;
Sir Stafford Northcote loft to-day
A DISTRICT JUDOE KILLED. -Col
Qeorgo W. Fish, one of Bullock's
triet Judges, was killed in Moutezu
The Salem Press learns that a
iboui twelve years old, gave birth
shilil recently, in Yadkiu County, N
tho reputation ot tffe, vrbrat peninaft in
the world. On ft recent wager na io the
signification of,< his signature, one print?
er guessed' ft WU "Bird of Freedocu,"
end the other "Warranted to Wash."
Bloss himself, having beeu questioned,
declared the mysterious characters meant
"France as a Republic."
Foster Blodgett is agaio figuring for
the Senatorship from Georgia. He was
elect, d at one of the numerous Senato?
rial elections which the muddled Legis?
latures ke-M in that State, and his cre?
dentials are Dot supposed to be tho moBt
antbeutio in the world. But ho is not
proud, and is doubtless willing tn take
his seat on almost any credential that
A BAD REPUTATION.-So corrupt is the
Pennsylvania Legislature that a Phila?
delphia paper says a bill endorsing tho
Teu Commandments conldu't be got
through that body without the payment
of a considerable sum of money as bribes
and black-mail. It is supposed, how?
ever, that their repeal could be got
through very aheap.
In a town in Kentucky, thu other day,
a girl only thirteen years of uge, with a
child io her arms, went into a church
where a wedding was under way and
"forbid tho bans." The result was that
a young man iu white kid gloves went
out ou tho church porch tvnd shot him?
Robert ii. Elliott, tho now member of
Congress from South Carolina, was work?
ing in Charlestown, Mass., threo yeurs
ago, ns n printer. He afterward, for a
time, edited a Republican papen- in
South Carolina. He is about thirty
STAMP DUTY.-A mun died in Eng?
land, tho other day, in possession of ao
large nu estate that tho stamp duty ou
his will amounted to $240,000. "Tho
poor heirs! How they must have
groaned to see such a fortune go into tho
hands of tho tux gatherer.
Ou Thursday week, threo Newburgh
ers, named respectively Charles F. uud
George Juno und Gilbert Carpenter,
Hkuted from Newburgh to Albauy, a dis?
tance of 100 miles, in seven hours und
live minutes skating time.
Agnes Schubert, the vocalist, who re?
cently died in Stuttgart, was divorced
Rome years siooe from Strauts, un thor of
"Lifo of Jesus," on the grouud of bis
A national bank is about to be organ?
ized in Chester.
Extract from the Minutes.
At a meeting of tho Clariosophic Society,
held February 25, tho Chairman of the com?
mittee appointed to draft, resolutions on the
loath of M. LABORD?, JR., made tho follow?
PBEAMBLK-Since the last mooting ol our
Society our esteemed fellow-member, MAXI?
MILIAN LABOBDE, JB., has, in the morning of
i fe, and with a bright career of usefulness
ind honor opening before, soddenly been rc- | j
noved by death from our midst.
As a student ho enjoyed tho highest esteem
if his professors, as woll as of his fellow
students, who, in his death, mourn tho loss of
i sincero and devoted friend. Of a dispoai- | ]
ion kind, frank, courteous and obliging and
sonorous to a fault, ho could not fail to com
nand tho respect and love of all bis associ
itea. As Clariosophics it has been our plea- | (
iure to know him as one of the most energetic
ind efficient members of our Socioty_a9 ono 1
vhose highest aim it was to promote her in- 3
.croats, and maintain her honor and dignity.
It has seemed flt in the sight of the Divine
Vuthor of our being to romovo our brother
'rom this transitory state of mingled joy and
lorrow to a atate ef perfect and enduring
lappiaoas beyond the grave. There but ro
nains to us the melancholy, yet pleasing duty,
vhile submitting in humble faith to the Bove
?eign will of Almighty Ood, to offer a last
ample tribute to his memory; bo it, there- j ^
Resolved, That by tho death of Maximilian
LaBorde, Jr., this Society bas lost an efficient
ind ie? pee ted member, whose untimely and
mexpectod death has left a void in our num
jcrs ?hat will be long and sadly felt.
Resolved, That we extend to the bereaved
family our hoartfclt eympathy in their sad
iflliclion, trusting that Ho who hath afflicted
nay beatow that consolation the world can
Resolved, That his name bo inscribed upon
i blank pago of our minute-book; that th
iah be draped, and the members of the So
)lety wear the usual badge of mourning for
Resolvtd, That thia proamblo and those
-oso'utions bo published in tho DAILY PIIO.NI
ind tho Charleston Daily News, and that
;opy bo sent to tho family of the deceased.
J. H. FABER,
W. F. Vt BIGHT,
On motion, thc report was unanimously
idopted. A. SAMPSON, President
J. FlOKLINU, Socretarv.
SPECIAL, NOTICE-Heroafter all Stores
and Har-1 looms, (excopt Drug Stores,)
uust be closod on tho Sabbath. Itv order:
JOHN A. JACKSON,
March 3_Chief of Polico.
NOTICE.-Proposals for the extension of
tho Markot Houao, for 100 feet towarda
Washington street, will bo received bv tho un
lorsigned until WEDNESDAY, tho lotti inst.
For further information, in regard thereto,
ipply to W. M. HAYNE,
March 1 Chairman Committee. _
CUTTING-An Italian Tailor ia desirous
of imparting instruction to all who may
wish it, in tho art ot CUTTING all styles of
CLOTHING. Terms moderato. Apply at 1.
3. Minton's boarding house, corner Barnwell
ind Blanding streets.
Feb 20 6*_GIUSEPPE 8CIMONELLI._
OLD BANK BILLS and MUTILATED
CURRENCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 6mo D. GAM Hill LI?. Broker.
fF YOU WANT
L BIG HOMINY,
PEABL HOMINY, or
Goto MONTEITH A FIELDING'S,
Fob 0 Noar the Market.
COTTON BRED OIL, CAKE can be had
at ail timos, and in any quantity, of
Jan 21 E. HOPE.
^?W?fcj S^^^ftrtbS?- 8B?B8 Of
cotton yesterday .185 bales-middling
doll and tending down-uplands toarely
7??;Ortt?n? barely 7#. -
LONDON, Maro II 2.-Tho Bank of Eng?
land has advanced ita rate of interest >?.
Nsw Toa*, March 2-Noon.- Stocks
very otrong-Virginias 66; new 62^.
North Carolinas 49 *? ; new 27>?. Money
4. Gold 10%. Exchange-long 9;^;
abort 10%. Flour and wbeat a shade
firmer. Pork doll, at 22.CO. Lard
heavy, at 13@13^. Cotton dull and
weak-middling uplands 15Jfi; Orleans
15%; sales 1,000 bales. Turpentine
steady, at 53)?@64. Freigbts quiet.
7 P. M.-Money 4(2)5, with excep?
tions at 3>?. Exchange firm, at 9>?@
9%. Gold 10%. Governments quiet;
62s registered 12. Tennessees advanced
%Q$%. Old North Carolinas rather
Btrong. TennesBees 64%\ new 64J?.
Virginias 65; new 62. Louisianas 69;
new 62}.'; loveea 72; 8s 83. Alabamas
1.00; 63 67. Georgias 81; 7s 91><?.
Nortb Carolinas 49% ; new 27%. Cotton
dull and heavy, witu sales of 2,920 bales,
at 15. Flour steadier-common to good
extra firstname.lastname@example.orgO; good to cboice 7.45(a)
9.00. Whiskey a shade firmer, at 92.
Wheat l@2c. better. Corn lo. better, at
85@86; aoutbern 86@89. Pork lower
aud more activo-new email@example.com; old
21.50. Beef steady. Lard inactive
kettle 18j?@13|s. Naval stores quiet
and steady. Freigbts dull-sail, cotton
CINCINNATI, March 2.-Flour quiet and
unchanged. Corn advancing nnd ir
fair demand, at 56(0)57; supply light.
Mess pork nomi nul-21.75 asked. Lort
dull aud unchanged. Bacon-only smal
jobbing demand; shoulders 9; sideslip
aeked. Whiskey dull, at 85.
LOUISVILLE, March 2.-Bagging inac
tivo. Flour steady-low grudes scarce
Corn quiot. Provisions dull aud nomi
Dall. Mess pork 21.75. Lard 12J?
Shoulders 91 ?j clear sides 12. Whiskey
BALTIMORE, March 2.-Cotton dui
md heavy-middling 14%; net receipt
30 bales; gross 221; exports 1,615; sale
275; stock 13,315. Flour dull und nomi
nul. Wheat quiet but firm for cboice
dull for low grades. Corn n shade firm
ar-white 83 ; yellow 79@80. Pork 22.5
^a)23.00. Bacon steady-shoulders IC
SAVANNAH, March 2.-Cotton qniet
middliug 14 ^(ijiM^H ; receipts 3,70
Dales; sales 1,200; stook 85,053.
NEW ORLEANS, March 2 -Cotton ir?
jnlar-middling 14^@14%; receipt
7,002 bales; gross 7,096; sales 10.70?
dock 283,471. Flour scarce and fir cue r
mperfine 6.62; double 7.30; treble 7.5(
Pork-meas 23.75. Bacon 10>4@10?.,
mgar-oured barns 16}?(2)17. Lar
irmer-tierce 12!?@13>?f keg 14(2)14>;
Sugar dull and lower-prime 9%@10^
'.?oro, molasses, whiskey and coffee ui
manged. Sterling 21,!.,'. Sight e:
)bange j?? discount. Gold ll.
AUOOSTA, March 2.-Cotton mark?
paint, at 13^@13Jg for middliug; sub
120 bales; receipts 900.
CHARLESTON, March 2. -Cotton casi<
-middliug li>4'; receipts 1,207; salt
HM); stock 31,114.
NORFOLK, March 2.-Cotton qniet
ow middling 13>..'; receipts 1,435 bale
isles 275; stock 3~920.
BOSTON, Marou 2.-Cotton quiot
niddling 15}^; net receipts 655 bale
?ross 2.033; sales 300; stock 8,500.
GALVESTON, March 2.-Cotton dull at
leavy-good ordinary 12>?; receip
L.064 bales; sales 900; stock 58,134.
WILMINGTON, Marcb.2--Cotton steai
-middliug 13)<i', receipts 197 bait
tales 75; Btock 4?356. '
MOBILE, Marcb 2.-Cotton quiet
Diddling 14; receipts 1,593 bales; sui
L.500; stook 81,398.
Lippman'a Bitters aro for salo by all drv.
pata and dualera. Depot in Columbia. H. 1
it GEIGER A MCGBEUOU'S. Druggists. 8 ll
51,000 reward is offered by the pioprietor
Dr. Pierce'? Alt. Ext. or Golden Mt-dical JJ
.(jvery for a medicino that will equal it in I
:uru of all those diseases for wnich it ia
.nmmonded. among which aro severe, act
>r lingering Cough?, Conanmption in itu ea
auges, Bronchitis, "Liver Complaint,"
'Biliousness." Constipation of ttie Bowi
Scrofulous Diseases and Skin Diseases,
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Boils. 1
lold by druggists. Feb '20 V lt
Now'a tho time when bedbugs, mice i
maches aro popping out of their holes ;
trannies. Take a pop at them with Iaaacst
.Sum: POP" and pop them off forever. S
iy ali druggists. F 1'
teA LOT of fino Kentucky -,
MULESand HOBSES. Apply TL;
it Agnew A Co.'s stables. -CT*
I C\f\ BUSHELS Yam Sweet POT;
W 9\J SLIPS, for salo low, for cash.
Mareil 3 E. HOP:
EXTRA Family, Medium and Corni
FLOUR, for H*1O low. E. HOI'
Smoked Tongnea*and Strips.
IrvA/^\ POUNDS Breakfast" B.\<
m\J\J\_? and Smoked Ruffilo Tong
br salo low, for OMsli. E. HOI'
SODA, Walnut, Snow Drop, Butter, Fa
Farmer, Ginger, Balmoral, for salo by
March S _E HOI'
Pare Mountain Corn Whiskey.
WE have received direct from tho in
tn i UH five barrels of puro moni
DORN WUISKEY, recommended as
oleo of tho grain, softened by ago, wilie
.viii sell clioap.
F. b 25 MONTEITH A FI ELDIN
NO BEER will bo sold at my Brev
neither at wholesale nr retail.
Fob 21 _J1)H N ?J SEEOEI
Malt Corn Whiskey,
VITARRANTED two years oh?, at
W i*?l'2i_ JOHN Q.8E??E1I
A DESIRABLE STORE, on Main st
?JL noar the corner of Blanding. Forti
ipply to Dr. John Lynch, or .
Feb 22 HENDRIX BI
TI7H?E" TUHKB? PIGS, Itt fancy boxeo; Rai
F Din/jiiOurronto. Citron, AlmondB.Eng?Bh
WaluntB, Brasil, Pecan Nate, Oranges. Lo
CQOOB, Cocoanut o, oto., at
HEIBE'S CONFECTION EB Y.
N. B. A new assortment of PBIZE BOXES.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
? HATING made arrangements to m ovo
vBaon Main street, in Dr. Irwin's bailding,
(Ulopposito the Columbia Hotel, I will sell
ME my old Stock at or BELOW COST.
I bavo alao two /Etna SEWING MACHINES
for sale. O. D. EBEBHABDT.
Fine Family Horse for Sale.
THE Ouest Family HOBSE in Co?
lumbia ?B offered st a bargain, the
_owner having no further use for him.
He is young, Btylish and perfectly gentle;
works to perfection in singlo or dnnblo nar
neBB. Apply at this office. March 2
Terms Cash Only.
OUR tormB are fir icily cash, and no order
will hereafter be filled, or gooda deliver?
ed, until paid for. AU parties indebted to us
will ploaae call and pay tho same immediate?
ly. J. A T. B. AGNEW.
March I _ _
IHAVE 400 bushels COTTON SEED, which
1 offer for sale, at 50 couts per bushel.
These seed are second year,"rom David Dick?
son, and the product of 21 aores of land, from
which I bavo gathered G2 bales of cotton of
400 lbs., iu thu two years. Only one mule
used. B. O'NEALE, Ja ,
March 1 imo_Cotton Town.
Morrell's 1'eep Well Pomp and Fire
THE undersigned, Agent for the abovo
PUMPS, highly recommends them to the
public, as a valuable article iu caso ot firo.
1'hoy are cheap, durablo and very effective,
as tho following certificate will show:
I hereby certify that ono ol tho above
Pumps saved our entire mill from destruction
by firo a few weeks ago.
JAMES N. JONES,
.Superintendent for Whitlock & Stack, near
Match 1 lmr^ BIOHABD TOZER.
Fruits, Flowers and Vegetables, &c.
ry pf POPULAR FLOWERS, and hov, i
I O cultivate thom. By Rand.
Tho Citv Fruit Garden and ita Culture. Rv
Thomas Rivers. Thirteenth edition. $1 00.
Peach Culture. By J. A. Fulton, of Dela
waro. $1 50.
Tho Grapo Cult ur ?at. By Fuller. $150.
Tho Southern Gardoner. By White, of
Practical Floriculture for thc Amateur.
By Henderson. $1.50.
I tu is t's Family Kitchen Gardoner. $1.00.
Guononon Mich Cows and the Dairy. 75
The Gentleman's Stable Guido. By McLnre.
Tho Trotting Horses of America; How to
Train and Drivo them. $2.25.
ProfcsHcr Holmes' Woik on Phosphate
Bock. For sale by
Feb 28 _BK_YAN * McOARTER.
W D. LOVE & CO 'S
REQUESTS the attention of their friends,
customers and strangers to tboir attractive
stock of NEW AND DESIRABLE
One of our firm is now in New York, from
whom wo are daily receiving additions in tho
latest novelties that can be found there. All
the departments will bo kept replenished
throughout the season with all grados of
J83-P O P I' L. A M. PRICKS .-fcu
Granitcvillo BROWN HOMESPUNS ?old
by the bale to cash buyers at factory prices.
OIL CLOTHS, RUGS AND MATTING
lu choice patterns.
ter Please call and examine.
WM. D. LOVE,
March 2_B. B. McO BEERY.
5f\f\n LB8. COW FEED.
. VJ\J\J 5,000 lbs. Wheat Bran.
10 bbls. Pearl Grist.
10 bbls. Big Hominy.
10 bblB. Corn Flour.
50 bushels Poanuts.
Crackers of all kiuds.
For sale low, bv
Feb 25 MONTEITH A FIELDING.
Improved Seed Planter.
PARTIES wanting either tho nam or
Denian PLANTER will send tboir orders
at once. Wo aro now well supplied, but later
in tho season do not think wu will be able to
meet the demand.
Feb 12 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Wnite's Gardening for the South,
"gY ?io luto Wm. A. White, of Athens, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $1.50.
Tho Phosphato Rocks of Sonth Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colored
Plates. $1 25.
Six Sormous on Tompcrance, by Ljinan
Sacred Rhotoric; or a Course of Lectures on
Preaching, R. L. Dabney, D. D. $1.50.
Any above sent by mail.
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN,
Feb 19 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
SPRING" GOODS !
vj UST received, a lot Qf NEW PRINTS, DE?
LAINES, POPLINS, WHITE GOODS, LIN?
ENS, BROWN and BLEACHED GOODS, for
low prices, 11 C. P. JACKSON'S
Foti 17 Dry O nod s House.
SEEOEI.S' unadulterated donblo strong
BUBB is the only reliable pura Beer III
this eily. JOHN C. SEEG EBB.
P. S. Drink Sccgtrs' Beer and you will bavo
no headache. Keb 25
O/^n DOZEN FRESH EGGS, at 20 cont?
?KJVJ per dozen. E.HOPE.
BY D. 0. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
On MONDAY MOBNINfl, tho 6th of March
next, in front of the Court Honao, in thia
oity, at 10 o'olook, ve will sell, without re?
FOUR DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS.
Lot No, 1-That vory desirable LOT, with
tho Brick Building thereon, aitnatod on th?
oornor of Blain and Marion streets, measuring
on Plain street52 foot front, and running back
on Marion street 133 feet, more < r lesa.
Bobnded on the North by Plain atreot; on tho
Sooth by tho Methodist Church ; on tbe Weat
by Marion street; on tho East by Lot No. 2.
Lot No. 2-Of the same dimensions.
Bounded on the North by Plaia street; on the
South by Methodist Church; on the Weat by
Lot No. 1; on tho East by Lot No. S.
Lot No. 3-Of tho same dimensions.
Bounded on tho North by Pialo street: on the
South by Methodist Church; on the Weat by
Lot No. 2; on the East by Lot No. 4. '
Lot No. 4-Of th? same dimensions.
Bounded on the North by Plain street: on the
South by Methodist Church; on the West by
Lot No. 3; on the East by John H. Heise.
Tho above Lots will be sold in tho whole or
in parts, as may be desired.
Ttl RBI s OP SALE.-One-third oaoh; balan co
in ono and two years, occured by bond,
bearing interest at 7 per cent, per annum,' and
mortgage of the premises. Purchasers to
pay us for papers and stamps. _ Feb 2S
COLUMBIA, S. C., February 1,1871.
THE County Treasurer hereby gives notice
that ho will bo ready to receive the State
and County Taxes, for tbe fiscal year ending
September 1,1870, on Real and Personal Pro?
perty, on and after WEDNESDAY, the 1st day
Levy for State parp?se*, 9 Mills on every
Levy for County purposes, 5 Milla on every
Lovy for School purposes, $1 on every poll.
C. H. BALDWIN, County Treasurer.
Office over Scott, Son Sc, Co.'s Bank.
ON all Taxes not paid on or before the 16th
day of March, 187L a penalty of 20 per
cent, will be added; and if tho said Taxes and
penalty shall not bo paid on or before the 5th
day of JUDO noxt thereafter, or collected by
distreee or otherwise, tho penalty and said
Taxes shall bo treated as delinquent Taxes
on such real property, to bo collected in the
manner that is, or may bo prescribed by law,
with an additional penalty of 6 percent, for
collection thereof. C. H. BALDWIN,
Fob 19_County Troasorer.
PRETTY AND USEFUL
HAVING beon appointed manufacturers
Agenta for the patent WINDOW SHADES,
made of .WOOD, we have this day. opauxd aa
. - . rv't lo r/ituj?ftict ta*
? i ?2 '.' ? ? ? .
.: ?.f..) ;
assortment of this novel and oheap n_rti-ciov
'. . . : . i vii vi "jua
and we invite oar friends and the public to
witness its operations and examine Ka me?
chanism, on exhibition at oar Carpet Boom.
J. H. & M. L. KESAEB.
Boots, Shoes and Hats
FOR THE MILLION I
GREATLY REDI? PRICES!
I WILL SELL FOB FIFTEEN DATS, AT
AND BELOW COST, to make .
room for SPUING GOODS. No old stock on
hand. Tho Qoods aro Frosh
and Seasonable. asrCALL AND EXAMINE
for yoursolvcs.-f?B at the
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE,
Under the Columbia Hotel.
Feb 12 A. SMYTH E.
/1 ENUINE ImportedCIGARS.togetberwith
\JT a largo supply of Domestic CIOABS.
Prices to suit all. JOHN 0. 8EEGEB8.
Spring Seed Oats.
Oi\f\ BUSHELS White SEED OATS, for
?5UU salo by_ ED. HOPE.
BB LS. choice Tablo POTATOES, foe
?id Halo low. EDWABD HOPE.