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\ ytfcoh 7.-Gen. d'Amelia Pal
?adipey hon ngsurned command of ibo
National Guard of Paria. Ia his first
order of the dny, he invokes the oo-ope
rsiiou of the Frenohmen in tho work of
maintaining . order, and declares tran?
quillity alone will restore order to
Franco. Meanwhile, all disturbances
wilj* be promptly repressod, and their
promoters H tor ply dealt with. Tho press
approve tho general. order, and say
affaire already show an improvement.
.BORDEAUX, Maroh 7.-The Assembly
is} in session, awaiting tho report of the
committee on the removal from Bor?
LONDON, March 7.-The ship Mistress
of the Sea foundered in tho ocean.
Seventeen lives were lost.
Tho Paris Journal Officiel invites the
mayors of Paris and communes to ad?
dress a demand for part, of the fonds
seht by th? oitizens of the United States,
and urges that a delegate of the Ameri?
can Government be added to tho com?
mission for distribution.
Alt the theatres aro preparing to re?
open as soon as gas eau be got. .
Th?; Bank of Fruuee will commence
issuing balance sheets Thursday.
The'letter of Jules Simon is placarded
everywhere. It auno-uncos the deposi?
tion of Napoleon, and declares him re?
sponsible for the ruin and invasion of
Tad appointment of Palladines has
given offence, because of his acknow?
ledged firmness and talent. He hun a
plan for the re-orgauization of tho Na?
tional Guard, which meets the approval
Tho disgraceful scones iu Puris will
soon be pub down.
PARIS, March 7-Evening.-The Prus?
sians to-day delivered to the French all
the fort? upon the left bank of the Seine.
Emperor William and staff left Versailles
from Fuireres. The Prussians are to
completely evacuate Versailles by the
11th und the neighborhood by the 10th.
It is hoped the present difficulties in
Paris will pass over without serious dis?
LONDON, March 8.-A despatch from
Hanover, dated the 8tb, says the French
prisoners who huvo beeu held in varions
parts of the Kingdom of Hanover have
been forwarded to Hamburg, whence
they go to France. Count Bismarck has
passed through Bingerbr?ck, en route to
Berlin. Ho will bo met at Mnyence by
a committee of citizens, who will wel?
come and escort him home to Germany.
Emperor William has reviewed the first
and.twelfth corps aud tho Wurtomberg
ors at Villiers. The headquarters of the
Emperor are now at Ferriers.
The elections to the Bavarian Cham?
bers resulted in the choice of twenty
nine Liberals and seventeen Patriots.
The latter aro opposed to the Confedera?
LONDON, March 8.-Bismarck bas
commenced his homeward journey. The
National Guard of Paris are excited over
Gen. Palladine's appointment. Paris is
PARIS, March 8.-The Minister of
Marine proposes a great reduction in the
budget. The Minister of War proposes
a completo re-organization of tho army
and the erection of fortifications on the
new German frontier. The army of the !
Loire will occupy the forts around |
CHAKDESTON, March 8.-Arrived
brig M. E. Borland, Baltimore; schooner
Lilly, New York. Sailed-ships Island
Homo, Liverpool; Kate Troop, Liver?
NEW YOUK, March 7.-Two cases, one
from Georgia, and the other from Mis?
sissippi, snits given on notes given on
the sale of slaves, are before the Su?
premo Court. The constitutions of these
States contain provisions forbidding
their courts from taking jurisdiction pf
such cases. These causes were argued
by Mr. P. Phillips, who maintained that
these provisions, which took away all
remedy, affected tho obligation of a con?
tract, aud were void under tho prohibi?
tion of tho Constitution of tho United
States, which prohibits ?States from vio?
lating tho obligation of contracts; that
ovon when a warranty is given that the
slave sold was a slave for life, this did
not include- the act of the sovereign in
emancipating tho slave; that no such
warranty ever exists; but when it is ex?
pressly stipulated for, that the loss by
emancipation, like tho loss by death,
fire, flood or war must fall alone on tho
owner of the property. The maxim of
tho common, as well as of tho civil law,
being "Res peril domino."
STAUNTON, VA., March 8.-At Buffalo
Gap, last night, about twenty-five ne?
groes attempted to mob another named
Jackson Norrill. Two of the mob seized
Norrlll, wbon the latter drew his knife
and vigorously commenced to cut at
them. He killed ono instantly ajid mor?
tally wounded the other. Ho thon made
hid escapo into his house, where tho mob
could not get at him. A few hours later,
be was arrested, brought to this place,
andi lodged in jail.
RICHMOND. March 8.-The State Jour
nal, the Republican organ here, has been
purohased by a stock company of lead?
ing Republicans of tho State, aud will
change hands to-day.
WASHINGTON, March 8.-Bismarck's
circular to diplomat), narrating the
events of the war and tho changed con?
dition of Germany, comments with se?
verity, almost amounting to auimosity,
upon tho ofl'ensivo and ovasivo policy of
England during tho war.
Weather report-The department re?
ceives now tho full list of reports from
all stations reached by the Franklin and
Western Union lines. Tho pressure for
the past twenty-four hours has di?
minished, with threatening weather un
the middle Atlantic and less South, with
clear weather in the South Atlantic. It
has risen with threatening weather on
the East Atlantic. Tho central area of
tho lowest baromotcr which was yest cr?
day- avenlbg -itt Nebraska, bis ?DT?!
very slowly,to the South-onst, and now
oovors Iowa, Missouri and Illinois. ?Its
influence hag ox ten dod very rapidly io
the gulf, and less BO towards*|jake Onta?
rio. Heavy rains are reported from the
Mississippi Valley, with high and brisk
Southerly winds from the gulf to Lakes
Michigan and Huron. High Northerly
winds in Nebraska. Fresh winds pre?
vail on the' Atlantic coast,. Probabili?
ties-A severe storm is indicated foe to?
night and to-morrow for tho gulf. High
winds for Thursday on the lakes; threat?
ening weather on the South Atlantic,
with fresh winds.
It ?H rumored at Havana that heavy
engagements have occurred at Los Lunis.
The insurgents hod two guns. The
Spaniards, were victorious. The Radi
culs of Porto Rico iinvo. eleeted deputies
for the Cortes-the Conservatives not
The Democrat of De$m.oi*ie3, Iowa,
elected the Mayor^Tr^MWW aqdS$Wu*
sbal; The usual Republican majority
wos.fi?OU .. ,. . ... ...
In the.New York munidpabelections,
tho Rep^bHcae^.^arry Elmirar.Roelr*n
ter, v PoagM?sopnio,. Auburu and New
Hartford; the Democrats carry Utica,
Troy, Waterville, Rome and Oswego.
Wendell Phillips, in a lecture for the
benefit of the French, in .New York, de
nonucod Bismarck ns tho bigot ol
Chase is here. His health is much
Ferriss, of New York, Aldridge, oi
Vermont, and Howell, of Iowa, has beet
appointed a commission to examine
CHARLESTON, March 8.-The German!
of Charleston celebrated tho conclusior
of peace to-day by a grand open ail
gathering, with orations, patriotic songs
ito. Tho city is profusely decked wit!
TOOMIIS-WHY HE COULD NOT CELE
M?ATE HOIIACE GREELEY'S BIRTH-DAY. -
Tho citizens of Moonshine Summit
Ohio, celebrated Horace Greeley's birth
day on tho 3d instant. Tho followiuj
from Hon. Robert Toomba was churac
AUGUSTA, GA., January 20, 1871.
GENTLEMEN: I have received your let
ter inviting me to participate in the cele
oration of tho sixtieth birth day of Hon
Horace Greeley, and but for a pledg
that I am under not to cross Mason i
Dixon's line until I can "call the roll o
ray slaves" nt the base of Bunker Hi
Monument, I .should be with you on a
occasion which awakens some piensan
aud mauy bitter memories.
Georgiu, you will remember, wee
quite reluctantly out of tho Uuion.
was enabled to rush the ordinance of s<
cession through our Legislature by rent
ing in the House tho editorials of tl
New York Tribune, upholding the rigl
of tho Southern States to set up a g<
verument for themselves, and deny in
tho right of the Federal Goverumout t
keep us iu the Union bj "coercion,
For this timely service I then cherishc
a wnrni feeling of gratitude towards M
Greeley, but a "change has come o vi
tho spirit of my dream." All thiu|
considered, taking Georgia out of tl
Union was the worst day's work I ev
Instead of our slave roll-call, thinj
havo turned end for end, and now slav
call the roll of their former masters. Tl
negro has been elevated not only to
personal equality, but has actually h
come the representativo of white me
I do not, however, refer to this mortif
ing reverse in the fortunes of tho Sou
by way of reproof or complaint. M
Greeley, in advocating tho right of E
cession, "meant well," though it was 1
great mistake;" and while 1 canuot ft
get that I was cruelly misled, I can 1
my hand upon my heart aud cheerful
say that I forgive him. Very truly youl
Tile NEW MODE OF GOVERNING T:
DISTRICT OE COLUMUIA.-Both the i:
nate and House of Representatives hf
ing concurred in tho conference comm
tee's report upon the bill and amen
incuts providing a new mode of govoi
ment for tho District of Columbia, t
Act now wants only the signature of t
President, who is understood to fu\
the change, to become a law. Tho J
vest?- tho exeeutivo authority in a C
vernor, who shall be appointed by (
President, by*and with tho advice a
consent of the Senate, and hold oil
for four years, and until his succ?s;
shall be elected and qualified. Provisi
is made for a Secretary of tho Distri
by appointment iu tho same way ns I
Governor. Tho legislative departim
includes a council and House of Di
gates, tho council to consist of eloi
members, of whom two shall bo ri
dents of tho city of Georgetown, t
two residents of the County outside
Baid cities of Washington und Geor
town, who shall bo appointed by
President, to 6crvo two years. 1
nouso of Delegates will cousist
twenty-two members thereof, to
elected within sixty days from legislal
districts, to bo hereafter prescrib
Tho sessions of tho legislativo body
limited to sixty days in any one y<
The charters of tho cities of Georgotc
and Washington are to bo repealed
the first day of June next; tho pres
Mayor and officers of Gorgetown 1:
over until that time.
-_ - -? ?
Tho Now York Times says that Ci
Berry, on tho recent trip of the ste
ship Charleston from Charleston to 1
York, mada tho extraordinary timi
forty-six hours and ?ifty-?ivo min
from dock to dock. This is declare
bo tho shortest trip between tho
ports on record.
DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN.-Wo 1
been iu?oriuud that Mr. john li. Poll
ono of the oldest citizens of this Cou
residing in the neighborhood of Pi
dence, died on Wodnesday, of ?astw
aged about eighty-five years.
ioal pap'?rtr aro^rjdB?v?r'?ng^to wcdlien
JBlair'a ;,jnflaonco> ip. 7 tho- -Senate oqd
tbroach tho county W holding np hit)
lotter to Col. Brodhecd as n condamna?
tion of his political creed. ' Blair, a few
days since, had tho manliness and bold?
ness to reiterate tho sentiments of that
letter io reply to a speech of Senator
Morton. For thia re-affirmation of the
true Amerioau political creed, Frank
Blair deserves tho confidence of all true
lovers of freedom. Tho question nuder
discussion was the infamously proclaimed
fifteenth amendment to the Fedora! Con?
stitution. The Angosta Constitutionalist
notices in this connection, clearly to the
mind.of tho editor, Gul. James Gardner,
a clerical error of the New York Herald
and other papers, in which Senator Blair
is made to endorse that amendment as a
"part of the law of the land," by the
typographical omission of the word
"not," when pressed by Morton to de?
fine himself npon that point. The char?
acter of the-speech points with unerring
p ccision to a complete repudiation of
And Gen. Blair in his views upon that
subject and all mattera connected with
reconstruction, su-called, are the views
of all true Democrats of the country.
1 Ho but expresses tho opinions to which
: all true men must come in the settlement
of the issues involved in our national
affairs. Reconstruction is in direct
violatiou of tho Constitution and all
representative government; and before
we can restore peace and quietado to the
country, these violations of the saprsrss
law,must bo abrogated and uprooted
from our political system. The true
Democracy nro determined that these
monstrous outrages shall be blotted from
tho na.tioual records of the couutry.
Radicalism may howl aud cry anarchy as
much oe they piense, but the thing will
be doue. The people must be brought
back to the purer government of their
fathers, for this couutry cannot exist
nuder n mongrel system of frauchiae.
This is a government of the white nice,
established by tho white race and for the
white raco, and the powers of darkness
shall not prevent it from being restored
to tho white race und perpetuated for the
white race. -LaGrange Reporter.
NORTHERN DECENCY.-Among thc
many vulgar practices introdnoed nt
Washington siuce thc South went out of
tho Union, is the disgusting habit of
smoking, both in the Senate and House,
during the sessions of those bodies. It
hus become such a nuisauco to decent
members that thu House, n few days ago,
adopted a rule against it, which will
drive the bar-room rowdies to the cloak
The Washington Chronicle says that
Senator Howard used tho closing hour
of the session to defeat the appropria?
tion proposed und eloquently urged by
Senator Sawyer, of $20,000 to the Sisters
of Mercy of Charleston, to rebuild their
orphan asylum, from which many Union
soldiers were supplied with that which
saved their precious lives. He was speak?
ing when the hammer of the Vico-Ptesi
How many persons there are who have
utterly misconceived their aim iu life!
IRWIN'S NEW HALL.
T W 0 KI G HTS 0 N L V.
I?l8T appearance in this city of the bril- |
liant young comediennes, tho
TUT. KM I NEXT COMEDIAN
O. IO. BISHOP,
And a full and complote COMIC O PK RA and
All that is mil-deal and mirthful in comic
opera will bo brought out in '.ho mott brilliant
J. N. NAVO.SI, --- - Music Director.
Commencing MONDAY EYENINO, March
Tho salo of Secured Seats will commonce I
Saturday morning, at LyDrand Sc Son's Mnaio j
Storo. Admission tl. Reserved seats $1.25.
March 9 _ S
City Tax Notice.
OFFICE CITY ASSESSOR,
CITY HAIX, COI.UMMA, S.C., March 2, lb71.
NOTICE is hereby given to all concerned,
that RETURNS for all REAL AND PER?
SONAL PROPERTY, within thc limits of the
city of Columbia, shall be mado and delivered I
at this oflico, on or before tho 21st day of |
March, 1871, for ibo year commenciug on tho
1st day of January, 1871, verified by oath, of
tho person whoso duty it is to so list or retnrn I
said property possessed by him, or under his |
control, cither us ownor, agent, parent, hus?
band, guardian, executor or administrator, !
trustee, recoivcr, officer, partner, factor or
holder, with the VALUE of such VERSONAL, pro- j
porty so held or controlled.
Tho following must bo returned for taxation
aB Personal Property, vi/.:
HorsoB and Mules.
Gold and Silvor Watches.
Gold and Silver Plate.
Piano Fortes, Melodcons or Cabinet Organs.
Carts or other vehicles.
Yalne of all Goods, Merchandise, or other
commodities pertaining to business au mer?
chant, agent or otherwise, during the year or
part thcroof, commencing January 1, 1871.
Avcrago value of Materials received, used,
or provided to be used, in my business as a !
manufacturer, during tho year, or part there- j
of, commencing January 1, 1871.
Yaluo of all Machinery, Engines, Tool*,
Fixtures and Implements used or provided
for uso in my business as a manufacturer,
during thc year, or part thereof, commencing
January 1, 1871, ami of all manufactured arti?
cles on hand on suid dato.
Vah?o of Moneys, including Bank Bills and
Circulating Notes on hand or deposit.
Yaluo of all Credits over legal indebtedness.
Value of all Investments iii tho Stocks of
any company or corporation out of this State,
except National Banks.
Yaluo of all investments in Bonds, except
Bonds of tho United States and of this State
expressly exempt from taxation.
Vulno of nil other Personal Property, in -
duding Ooild?hold Furniture.
Tho penalty for failure or neglect to make
returns of Properly within thc time given so
to do, will bo strictly enforced.
Ri.AMC RETURNS FnilNISHEl) ON APPLICATION
To WILLIAM J. F.TTKR, City Aesesnor.
Ollie?, Hours, ?? A. M. to 2 P. M.
March f> 1*>
COLUMBIA, a G., Marah 9.-Sales of
cottou, . vcaterd3y, 82 baleo-middling
LONDON, Maroh 8-Noon.-Consols
91 %. Bonds P2}?.
LIVERPOOL, Maroh 8--Noon.-Cotton
duli, though opened n shade firmer-up?
lands 7; Orleans 7^; salt s 10,100 bales.
LONDON, March 7-Evening.-Consols
91%. Bonds 92.
LIVERPOOL, Maroh 8-Evening.-Cot?
ton steadier-uplands nearly 7@7)jj; Or
leuns uearly sains 12.U00 bales;
sp- eolation aud export 3,000.
NEW YOKE, March 8-Noon.-Flour
dull uud drooping. Wheat quiet and
heavy. Corn dull aud buyers firm.
Pork steady, at email@example.com. Lard
quiet. Cotton unchanged-middling
uplands 14%; Hides 3,000bales. Freights
firm. Governments ateady. Stocks
rather weak. State bonds very dull, at
uominal prices. Money strong, at 5.
Gold strong, at 11,%. Exchange-long
958; short 10)?.
7 P. M.-Cotton irregular, with sales
or 4,217 bales, at 1434. ii lour-South?
ern dull aud a shade easier; common to
fair extra 7.00(n}7.60; good to choice
firstname.lastname@example.org. Whiskey firmer, at 93@
93^4. Wheat heavy and lower-winter
red and amber Western email@example.com.
Corn heavy and lc. lower, at 87(?$87}.? ;
handsome Southern vollow 90. Pork
heavy, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Beef quiet.
Lard dull aud heavy-kettle 1354?
Freights firm. Money easy, at 4(?5.
Sterling 9,34._ Goldll).i. Governments
declined /?(??^a0-? 02S Southerns
vory dull. Teuuessees 64,4,; new G4.
Virginias 05; new 05. Louisianas 09;
new 03; levees 73; 8 s 85. Alabamas 1.00;
5s G7. Georgias 80 ?4'; 7s 90. North
Carolinas 47)4 ; new 27. South Carolinas
72; new Cl.
BALTIMORE, March 8.-Cotton less
active and lowor-middling 14,?ai314*?:;
receipts 545 huies; sales 495; stock
15,205. Flour firm. Wheat quiet.
Corn'lower-white Southern 94(a>97; yel?
low 83(??85. Pork quiet. Bacon steady.
LOUISVILLE. March 8.-Flour firm.
Corn quiet. Provisions heavy. Mess
pork 21.75. Shoulders 9; clear sides
1134. Lard 12h?<??l3hj. Whiskey 84.
CINCINNATI, March 8.-Corn in good
demand, ut full prices. Flour ia fair de?
mand-family 0;D0(??.7C. Provisions
dull and drooping Mess pork 21.50.
Shoulders 9?<; clear sides ll1?. Lard
12@12.?4. WUiahcy higher, at 85.
AUGUSTA, .March H.'-Cotton irregular
and i panicky* at 13^13-^ .'for middling;
sales UGO bales; ,KBaeipts 030,
No?rotK, March 8.-Cotton dull
middling 12)?; receipts 740 bales; sales,
lOOiatok 3,6317. ...
WILMINGTON,? -Mureh ,8.-Cotton quiet
iiud'-Bteadv-'middling VA', receipts 95
bales; sales'20; efcck 8,974.
ftj&vsttbif; March 8. -Cotton flat
goo& ordinary, ll);,; receipts 483 bales;
saleo 100; stock 01,793.
NEVi' :-O RLE ANS , March 8.-Cotton ir?
regular-middling 13%@14; receipts
5,730 bales; stock 295,142. Flour quiet
-super G.50; double 7.25; trwble 7.50(o>
7.75. Corn 70@72. Pork dull, at 22.75.
Bacon dall, at 9>?@12)?; sugar-enred
hams lG>4<V?ilGp4'. Lard steady-tierce
12)4@13);i; keg 14@14).j. Sugar
prime 9^@9)a- Molasses-primo, not
fermenting, 5U@5G. Whiskey firm
Western rectified 87^f7?1.00. Coffee
dull, at 14)4(7nl53.,' for all qualities.
MODILE, Murch 8.-Cottou dull-mid?
dling 14; receipts 404 bales; sales 1,000;
CnARLESTON, March 8.--Cotton dull
middling 13j.<@135ii; receipts 1,436
bales; sales 300*; stock 29,451.
BOSTON, March 8.-Cotton quiet and
steadv-middling 15; receipts 2,110
bales; sales 250; stock 9,000.
SAVANNAH, March 8.-Cotton dull and
irregular-middling 13)X; receipts 1,308
bales; siles 1.G00; stock 74,717.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to thc col?
lection of Commercial Taper, Interest
on State and Railroad Ronds and Stocks, and
Conversion of Statu Socurlties, by
Nov 2:i dnio r QAMBHILL, tooker.
STOCKS, BONDS and COUPONS boURllt
and sold by D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
Nov 23 Gmo _
O" "Lu BAN I?~ BILLS" 11 int M VI 1 LAT IC l>
CURRENCY bought and sold bv
Nov 2:t dino D. G AMUR I LL, Broker.
(""S?UNTY CLAIMS ANO J Cit V CEltTl
j KI CATES bought bv
Feb 5 D. OAMBRILL. Broker.
SPECIAL NOTICE-Hereafter all Store*
and Bar-Kooma, (except Drug Stores,)
muat bu clodud on tho Sabbath. By order:
JOHN A. JACKSON,
March ;l Chief of Police.
NOTICE.-Proposals for tbe extension of
tho Market House, for 100 feet towards
Washington street, will be received bv tho un?
dersigned until WEDNESDAY, tho 15th inst.
For further information, in rogard thereto,
apply to W. M. HAYNE,
W. H. WIGO,
Mirch 1 Committee.
IK VOC WANT
PEARL HOMINY, or
Go to MONTEITH k FIELDING'S,
Fid) '.? Near tba Market.
/COTTON SICKO OIL CAKE can bc bad
\J at all times, and in anv quantity, of
Jan 21 K. HOPE.
Pensions for the Soldiers of the War of
1812, and for the Widows of tho
Soldiers of said War.
fTWIK Act granting a Pensiou to the soldiers I
X of the wur of 16T2 baa been approved by
tho President, and I am now prepared to pro
secuto, willi promptness, all claims through?
out thu State of Sontli Carolina, for tho sur?
viving soldiers of said war, and for the
widows who wcro ?narri?d prior to thc treaty
of peace which terminated said war. Address
JOHN T. SLOAN, JU.,
Counselor and Attorney at Law, No. 8 Law
Range. Columbia, S. C. March 7 \1
Terms Cash Ortiy.
OUR terms are strictly cash, and no order
will hereafter bc filled, or goods deliver?
ed, until paid for. All parties indebted to un
will please call and pay tho samo immediate?
ly. J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
" Jkfarcli 1
EXTRA Family, Medium and Com av
FLOUR, for sale h>w. li. ll? ?Pi:.
SPRING GOODS !
*J TJST received, a lot of NEW PRINTS, DE?
LAINES, POPLINS, WHITE GOODS, LIN?
ENS, DROWN and BLEACHED GOODS, for
low prices, it C. F. JACKSON'S
Feb 17_Dry Goods House.
Fnnts, Flowers and Vegetables, &c.
rj fr POPULAR FLOWERS, and how to
I fj cultivate them. By Rand.
The City Fruit Garden and its Culture. Bv
Thomas Rivers. Thirteenth edition. $1.00."
Peach Culture. By J. A. Fulton, of Dela?
ware. $1 50.
The Grapo Cultnriat. By Fuller. $1.50.
Tho Southern Gardener. Bv White, of
Practical Floriculture for tho Amateur.
By Henderson. $1.50.
Baist's Family Kitchen Gardener. $1.00.
Guenon on Mich Cows and the Dairy. 75
cents. " '
Tho Gentleman's Stable Guide. By McLure.
The Trotting Horses'of America; How to
Train and Drive them. $2.25.
Professor Holmes' Woik on Phosphate
Rock. For sale by
Fob 28 BRYAN A McCARTER. \
White's Gardening for the Sonth,
BY the late Wm. A. Whito, of Athens, Ga.
HOLMES1 SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $1.50.
The Phosphate RockB ot South Carolina,
their History aud Developments-Colored
Six Sermon* on Tempor?neo, by Lyman
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Conree of Lectnros on
Preaching, It. L. Dabncy, D. D. $1.50.
Any above sent bv mail.
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN,
Feb 10 Oppoaito Columbia Hotel.
WANTED, LABORERS to work upon the
Columbia Canal. Apply immediately
at ornoo in Palmer's Building, Main street.
H. A. PEARCE, Ju.,
March 7 3 Agent for Wm. Spraguc.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Rail?
Cu ABLOTTE, March 1, 1871.
THIS Company will continue to re?oive
mont y on deposit or loan for six months
or longer, and pay interest on the same at the
rato of ten per cent, pet annum. Deposits
or loans may be made with tho Treasurer of
the Company at Columbia, M. P. Peg ram,
Cashier, or the undersigned.
March 5 2mo President.
Miss Buie's School.
MISS BUIE. Soldiers' Friend. ,
begs to say that Tier" session of'
*five montbs commedoe's, on MON
[DAY, March f>. She will devote
her entire limo to tho duties of her !
school, without an assistant, i
Dooks can be furnished free of charge. She !
has as many orphan's as she can toachi froo, 1
unless she can re?oive State ?id, wbieh bas
been refused her. Miss li. can take three
more music pupils. She will limit tho hum?
ber of her school to thirty-five._ March 5
New and Desirable Varieties.
MOORE'S EARLY CORN, a desirable gar?
den variety-worth having.
Large York Sweet Corn, ears rory large,
grains large, rich flavor, productivo.
Mammoth Sugar Corn, very tine sugary
Cucnmber Zion House, very fine, two feet
Egyptian Beet, blood red, very fine, turnip
SktUman's Fine Netted Melon,'a, superior
breakfast melon for garden culture.
Now York Intprovod Egg Plant, extra fine
aud large, excellent davor.
March 7 J E. H. HE 1 NITS H.
T'-f Hoses of Loee (?lad (he Garden of L>fe.
Flower Seeds ! Flower Seeds ! !
ACHOICE selection of FLOWER SEEDS,
A few papers of the "TROPHY TOMATO.''
The laVgOS* 'Tomato," and, beyond doubt,
tho most remarkable fruit ever growu, for
sisee and qualitv. For sale at
E. H. HEISITSn'S
Feb 28 i Drug and Seed Stoic.
Lawn and Grass Seeds.
KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS, White Clover,
Red Clo vor, Timothy, Herd Grass, Or?
chard Grans. For salo by
Feb 21 t E. H. UEINITSH. Druggist.
Early Garden Corn and Beans.
MOHAWK BEANS, Valentine Deans, China
Red Eye Beans, Early Six Weeks Beans,
Largo Lima Butter Leann.
COHN-EARLY SUGAR CORN, Mammoth
Sugar Corn, Largo Wliito Flint Corn, Ever?
green Corn, Early Dutton Corn, Smith's White
Flint Corn, Early Burlington, Extra Early
Dwarf (Joni. For sale bv
Fob 21 i E.H. HEINITSn, Druggist.
III WE 100 bushels COTTON SEED, which
1 offer for aale, at 50 cents per bushel.
These seed arc sec ind year, from David Dick?
son, and the product ot 21 acres of land, from
which I have gatherod 5*2 bales of cotton of
400 lbs., in thc two vears. Only one mule
used. " R. O'NEALE, Jr. ,
March limo_ Cotton Town.
Pare Mountain Corn Whiskey.
WE have received direct from the moun?
tains fivo barrels of pure mountain
CORN WHISKEY, recommended as onie
juico of the grain, softeujd by age, which we
will sell cboap.
Febji?_ MONTEITH A FIELDING.
Meat ! Meat ! ! Meat ! 1 !
_ THOMAS W. POPE linforms thc
?SHHfepublic that tho boat BEEF, PORK,
~5BgWiIUTTON and SAUSSAGE, in thc
SSaBaSaiarUet, can bo lound at Stall No. 7.
Givo me a call. Dec 28 limo
NO DEER will be sold at my Brewery,
neither at wholesaler retail.
Feb 21 JOHN 0. SF,ROERS.
/ M ENTINE In. ported CIGARS, together with
\~X a lar??' supply of Domestic CIGARS.
I'rk-es to ?nit all. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
IAA HnSIIBM Yam Sweet POTATO
X* f ' s.dl'S, for sate low, for cash.
Mn; .i 5 E. HOPE.
SODA, Walnut, Snow Drop, Batter, Fancy,
farmer, Ginger, Balmoral, for sale by
Mandl? E Hopi:.
.~ /AfTlfi LBS. COW FEED.
! D.l / V 7 V. ' 5,000 lbs. wheat limn
i JO bl !.*. Pearl Ori.-t.
lt) bbln. Big Hominy
? 10 bids. Corn Flour.
TA) bushels Peanuts.
Crack< r.- of a? i ..?b .
Millinery and Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, GATOS & GO.,
237 and 239 Baltimore 6treelt Baltimore, Md,,
IMPORTERS and jobbers of
Bonnet, Trimming and Vol vg t
Ribbons, Bonnet' Silks, Satina
and Velvets, Blonds, Notts,
Crapes; Roches, mtn. Feath?
ers. Ornamont?. Straw Bonnets
and Ladies' Bare,' trimmed and
untrimmed, Shaker Hoods, tko.;
offer the largest Stock ta bs
found in this country, and un
oquallcd in choice, variety and cheapness,
comprising the lateBt European novelties! ~
Ordern solicited and prompt attention given.
Feb 24 15? . . . ,(. .
W. D. LOVE & OO.'S
REQUESTS tho af toritiop pi .'their friends,
customers' and Hlta?goru Cu their at tract iv?
stock of NEW AND DESIRABLE
, ..-. ft ?:':i O:? ; J?>Wu?*iedi it
One of our firm is now in Now York, frota
whom we aro daily receiving additions in the
latest novelties that can be found thero, AU
the departments will bo kept replenished
throughout thc season with all grades of
43-P Ol' ll. All PRICK S.~e?
Graniteville BROWN HOMESPUNS sold
by the bale to cash buyers at factory prices.
6 ARP? T S.
OIL CLOTHS, RUGS AND MATTING
In choico patterns.
AIT Picase call and examine.
WM. D. LQViE,
March 2 ? B. B.- MoORBERY.
THE POLICE HOLDER'S
LIFE AXRTOStiS? ASSURANCE CO.
OF THE SOUTH.
Wm. McBurney, President; 'El P.> Alexander,
Vico-Presidont au?! Actuary; J. F, (Jilrner,
vice-President, residentin Coorpia; OE. .Nye
Hutchinson, Vice-President, resident, ni
North Carolina; Ged. E, BdfcgB, S?cr?tait;
John T. Darby, M. D., Medical Ad vi nor;
Augustine T. Smythe, Solicitor; James Con?
ner, Counsel. . ?
J. W. PARKER, Agent,
Oftice at Mi?t's Drug Store,
COLUMBIA, 8. 0.
THE above Company offers all tho advan?
tages usually granted by other compa?
nies, together with some peculiar to itself.
It is tue only truly mutual Company in .tho
South. All piofita are divided among" its
policy holders annually. No stockholders to
absorb any portion. Dividends paid in casa
at tho end of the first year.
B is more liberal than any Comyany in this,
that all policies are non forfeitable after the
payment of one annual premium, aqd no
violation of the conditions of the policy (savo
fraud, or attempted fraud,) can destroy ita
Its affairs, in every reaped, ara managod
with tho greatest prudence and economy.
Nearly $(30,000 received during its first fiscal
year, (11th November,) and only $2,000 paid
ont ou "death claims," in the sp.me time-'
being less than four per cont of same, and
le-.-j than $1 to each $6,000 at risk..
Such management gives much botter assu?
rance of fut ure stability and profit than tbo
? mero statement and premises of agents of
j companies not BO conducting their business,
no matter how largo the amount of their
! business or aescts.
I By assuring in this Company your premi
? urns paid 4111 be under the management of 1
; men of well-known ability and integrity at
1 borne, and not sent off to return only at your
j death. Thc State is annually drained cf
hundred of thousands of dollars by premiums
paid to companies out of tho State.
Feb 1G limo_
Morrell's I'eep Well Pump and Fire
THE undersigned, Agont for the abor?
l'UMTS, highly recommends them to tho
public, as a valuable article in case ot fire.
They aro cheap, durable and very effective,
as tho following cert ideate will show:
1 hereby certify that ono of tho abov?
Pumpa saved our entire mill from destruction
by tiro a few weeks ago.
JAMES N. JONES,
Superintendent for Whitlock A Stack, nea.'
March 1 Imo_RICHARD TOZER.
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main bireet,
near the corner of Blanding. Fortormn,
apply to Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb 22 HBNDBIX A BRO.
Improved Seed Planter.
PARTIES wanting either the Ham or
Denian PLANTER will send their orders
at once. Wc aro now woll supplied, but later
in the season do not think wo will bo able to
moot tho demand.
Feb 12 _^^ICR ? LOWRANCE.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants.
CUAliLOTTE, JV. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
g( ncrully. Orders tilled carefully and prompt?
ly. Fob 7lyr
Malt Corn Whiskey,
TTfARRANTED two year* old. at
VY Feb 2i" JOHN ;C.' SEEGERS'
SEEGERS" unadulterated double strong
BEER i* the .mlv reliable intro Beer in
ihia citv. JOHN C. SEEGERS."
P. S. ' Brinn Sceg( rs' Beer and you will haw
ho headache. Feh J"
Smoked Tonguea'and Strips.
1 ?\i\?\ POUNDS Breakfast BACON
I.V/vJV 7 and Smoked Buffilo Tongue*
for salo low, for cash. h\ HOPE.
Spring Seed Oats.
O AA BUSHELS White SPED OATS, io:
e>l t\ f naie by ED. HOPE
~/\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for iale low !
?JU dealers by EDWARD POPP.