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LONDON, March 15.-Tho Times, of to?
day, has an editorial upon tho reception
of Fenians in the Uuited States. It
considers the whola proceeding discred?
itable to ail concerned, and appeals to
honest Americans not to judge England
from Fenian oratory.
BEHLIN, March 16.-There was a long
conference at the foreign office. Yon
Arnim was present, and received full in?
structions regarding tho final treaty to
be negotiated at Brussels.
LONDON, Mardi 16.-A Lillo special
says the battle-fields in the North of
France threaten a pestilence. Bodies
are floating in tho dykes and marshes.
It is rumored that Risotti Garibaldi is in
Paris. The Times special reports the
presence of numerous Garibnldians in
Paris, which bas a disquieting effect
upon tho population. Tho cabinet ap?
pointed M. Valentine, Prefect of the
Paris polioe. This appointment insures
prompt notion against tumult. The po?
lice will, however, permit the usual Mid
lent gatherings. Disturbances are feared
and inflammatory journals have beeu
P.-iiis, Ms rob. 16.-- Vinoy forbids
masquerading to-morrow. Tho evacua?
tion of Dieppo and the surrounding coun?
try was completed to-day.
LONDON, March 16.-A violent storm
prevails throughout Great Britain. Tin
telegraphs are down and mauy vesseh
ashore. Shipping is otherwise mud
damaged. Details aro awaited with aux
VIENNA, March 16.-The Emperoi
sent Oouut Patocki to salute Emperoi
William at Berlin upon his coronation
NEW YORK, March 15.-The Feniai
prisoner Ryan, arrested in Wales an(
sentenced for fivo years, arrived to-day.
The United Irishmen have paid ti
O'Donovaa Bossa and other members o
the new Irish Directory $4,500.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15.-The vigi
lance committee took Wm. Willis fron
jail in Virginia City to tho basement o
the opera bouse, which he badattemptei
to bum, where HO masked men hunj
him till ho confessed, implicating others
who have since been arrested. Willi
was taken back to jail where he repeat'et
his confession to tho chief of police.
Light raius throughout California am
heavy rains throughout Oregon.
WASHINGTON, Murch 15.-No th in
official received from Now Hampshire
but all advices confirm despatches sen
last night aud ut noon to-day.
Blaine was the author of tho rcsoh
tion which passed tho House to-day.
A movement is on foot for estublishin
a national revenue police to assist revi
nue officers in enforcing the law in a
sections of the country.
Subscriptions to tho new loan to-da^
$1,000,000. Boutwell thinks that th
amount of $200,000,000 will be place
within twenty weeks.
NEW ORLEANS, March 15.-Tho varie!
store, 1,599, and confecticnery, U
Royal street were burued. Loss $30,00'
A compromise has bcou effected b
tween the Crescent City Slaughter Houi
Company and the Butchers' Benevolei
Association. It involves the withdraw
of all suits, including Supremo Cou
oases, the surrouder of 10,000 shares i
stock, and the entire management i
affairs of the company to tho Butcher
new Board of Directors, installed to-da;
Charles Cavuroe President.
CONCORD, March 15.-The Concoi
Statesman thus sums up the causes of tl
Republican defeat: "Had Charles Sui
nor not been forced from bis place
chairman of the Senate Committee <
Foreign Relations, the Republican vo
would have been larger. Had the Si
Domingo scheme been left to the oper
tion of natural causes instead of beii
pushed with unreasonable persistenc
it would have been larger. Had Co
g rosa succeeded in restoring our coi
merce to tho importance it was befo
the rebellion, it would have been larg?
and had some of tho land grant bil
however wiso and just in thomselvi
been discreetly deferred until public u
derstanding had growu np to thom,
would have been larger; and had
these causes of embarrassment be
withheld, we might have carried t
State by the usual majority in spite
the demoralization produced in the pai
by forcing upon it unpopular uomii
tion s made in packed caucuses."
WASHINGTON, March 16.-The Loy
ists' Claims Coramittoe make the in
clad oath a prerequisite to entortuiui
In the House, terrible colloquial c
lisions occurred this morning hetwt
Blaine and Butler, Blaine descend?
fr?m the chair. Tho denunciations w
mutual and hearty. Butler said he I
been attacked before with more ingen
ty, but never with more malignity.
In the Senate, Morton presented
memorial frem tho Republican Assoc
tion of this city, declaring that colo
people were deterred from going Soi
by the Ku Klux. The caucus of
Senate this morning reached so resal
Tbe Senate caucus was long t
stormy. Eight or ten Senators w
frequently on the floor at once. It i
finally agreed to lay adjournment on
table. A joint commission of five Se
tors and seven Representatives to t
evidence was proposed. It was agr
to instruct tho Judiciary Committee
pat the Ku Klux bill through, bul
entertain no other legislation.
In the Senate, a bill allowing the
tao of Professor Morse to be placet]
the publio grounds was passed. A
removing individual disabilities ci
np; but upon an amendment by Tr
bull making the removal general, it
withdrawn. Several propositions tc
storo order in tho South wcro refer
Adjourned for caucus purposes.
In tho House, Kelly roso to persi
explanation, declining to servo on
committee of thirteen, aud called
j_jjr , m? ^ ,-T-T rf jy rp
tontlon to a circular placea on tao mern
here, desks by Baller, charging that tba
high tariff men ?nd? Dem?crata bad
struck bands to pass the resolution. As
a bigb tariff man, be protested against
tbe truth of tbe statement. Butler said
tho committee's resolution was passed by
a trick and in defiance of Republican
organization. A general discussion re?
garding fidelity to the canons ensued,
when Blaine, calling Wheeler to the
Chair, took the floor. He thought But?
ler's letter demanded some notice from
him. He asked Butler whether ho did
not know that be (Blaine) bad written
and procured the presentation of tho
resolution? Butler said ho was not so
informed. Blaine said he had taken the
resolution to Butler in Blaine's hand?
writing, and Butler had suggested altera?
tions. Blaine plaoed Butler ou the com?
mittee because Butler said Blaiuo would
pack the committee.
Alluding to Butler's charges, that Re?
publicans had been coerced into voting
for the committee, Blaine wanted
coerced Bepublicans to stand up now, or
forever hold their peace. Nono rose.
Blaine demanded of Butler who were
coerced. Butler replied that to say
would ho n betrayal of private conversa?
tion. After further colloquy, Blaine
said he despised and spit upon tho asser?
tion of the mau who said ho had no';
right, as n representative from Maine, tc/
offer this or any other resolution. Even
Butler's insoleuco would not carry him
to that extent, Because ho had written
tho resolution, he was accused of play?
ing n trick upon the House. Butler said
he repeated now, that it was a trick.
Blaine intimated Butler was in tho habit
of telling and repeating whatever he
pleased, except the truth. Blaine cha?
racterized tho letter ns a covert insult to
the Speaker of the House, and he consi?
dered it the meanest, most contemptible,
most unfair attack ever made. Butler
said it was tho Speaker's business to
keep his seat. Blaine retorted that Col?
fax had once had occasion to leave the
chair to chastise Butler. Blaiuo said,
God may forgivo you, but I never will.
Butler replied very bitterly. Dawes,
Garfield und others attacked Butler.
The fight was entirely on the Republican
side. Butler, Kelly, Colburuo and
Shellabarger were excused from the
Weather report-Tho area of the low?
est barometer which was, Wednesday
eveuiug, in Iowa nud Illinois, now covers
Lako Huron. The barometer hui fallen
during tho day ulong the Atlautic, with
fair weather on tho South Atlautic aud
clouds and rain on tho middle and East
Atlautic. Fresh South and East wiuds
have prevailed along the Atlautic coast.
The wiuds on the lakes have been fresh,
and from the South-east aud South-west.
Tho temperature has increased veiy rap?
idly on Lakes Erie and Ontario, but is
decreasing in the West aud South.
Falling barometer and rising tempera?
ture are reported from the Rocky Moun?
tains. South-easterly wiuds have pre?
vailed on the Gulf, but these are now
replaced by fresh Northerly winds. Pro?
babilities-Fresh winds aud clearing up
weather indicated for Friday on the
Gulf and the South aud middle Atlan?
tic; cloudy weather and fresh winds on
the East Atlautic and lower lakes; fresh
winds ou the upper lakes.
CONCORD, March 1G.-Returns from
211 towns are as follows: I'ike,
33,269; Weston, 33.881; scattering,
1,074. Fifteen towns to hear from. Tho
House stands 1G2 Republicans to 1G1
Democrats; scattering 4. The Senate
4 Republicans to 5 Democrats, with 3
vacancies. Tho Executive Couucil stands
2 and 2, with 1 vacancy. AU the Demo?
cratic Congressmen are elected. [NOTE.
In the State of New Hampshire a majo?
rity is required to elect. J
PHILADELPHIA, March 1G.-Seveu of
the gang who robbed a young mau aud
outraged his female compuuiou, aged
fourteen, near the river bank below the
navy yard, have been arrested.
BOSTON, March 1G.-Resolutions
strongly denunciatory of tho removal of
Sumner were introduced in the Massa?
chusetts Senate and ordered to bo print?
ed. The first resolution commences,
that the people of Massachusetts have
seen, with alarm, the recent attempt on
tho part of the President (and unhappily
successful) to dictate tho organization of
a Senate committee. Another says tho
subserviency of tho Senate threatens tho
removal of tho great bulwark against
NEW YOIIK, March 1G.-The Tribune
has t\ Washington rumor that Spain,
through Sickles, offers to sell Cuba and
Porto Rico to the United States for
The Tennessee is expected to reach
here on March 25.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 1G.-The mort?
gage franchise and chattels of tho South?
ern Pacific Railroad for $28,01)0,000 was
lu tho African Repository, for March,
wc find the following paragraph on tho
desire on the colored people to go to Li?
beria: "Very large numbers of tho color?
ed people, being divinely moved, ns we
believe, aro earnestly applying for pas?
sage to Liberia. The society has sent,
since emancipation, some 2,600, aud not
one-half the applicants. In January
just passed, in three days, threo distinct
lists of applicants for passage to Liberia,
including over 500 persons, were added
to former applicants whom we were un?
able to send."
Some commotion has been produced
among liquor dealers ia Cincinuati by
private advices from New Orleans that
Indiana whiskey was being sold in that
city at seventy-five cents per gallon,
which is about seven and a half cents be?
low the Government charges, insurance-,
freight and commission, without taking
account of cost of production.
The soling Governor of Kentucky ia
j astonishing and alarming the law-abid
I ing portion of tho people of his State by
his freo and injudicious exercise of the
! pardoning power.
PUBLIC MEETING.- At a meeting of tho
citizens held at the Court House in York
ville, on Monday lust, 13th instant, on
motion of Gol. W. B. Wilson, Dr. J. R.
Brutton was culled to tho Chair, nud
James Mason requested to nut us ?Secre?
The chairman stated to the meeting
that it wus well known that the peace of
thin community had been seriously dis?
turbed hy repeated acts of lawlessness
and violence, and that the object of this
meeting was to recommend such mea?
sures us would hereafter preveut such
acts, und upon thc adoption of which it
was hoped pence, order and security
would he restored to society.
The chairman concluded his remnrks
with the statement that tho meeting was
ready to proceed to business, whereupon
Col. VV. B. Wilson submitted the follow?
ing preamble aud resolutions:
Whereas the public peace in York
County has been disturbed and the lives
of citizens imperiled by acts of violence
and lawlessness; and whereas we feel as?
sured that civil law cnn bo enforced in
our County, nud that all manner of
grievances should bo adjusted by thc
law, aud thut tho best interests and se?
curity of society will be promoted by an
immediate cessation of all acts of law?
lessness and violence:
\f Resolved, That in the opinion of this
tweeting, tho public welfare, the agricul?
tural and all other interests of society
imperatively deniaud thnt the pence
should be preserved, and all further dis?
turbances und acts of lawlessness at once
Resolved, That wc pledge ourselves to
use every exertion to insure tho protec?
tion of life, liberty aud property, uud to
restore law and order.
Resolved, That we respectfully request
that all law-abiding citizeus-white and
colored-in every township in York
County unite in efforts to this end, and
that public meetings be hold in each
township for said purpose; and that said
meetings appoint delegates-white and
colored-to attend a geural meeting, at
Yorkville, on the 25th of March, iust.
The preamble and resolutions were
unanimously adopted. \s
[ Yorkville Enquirerjry
The Montgomery Mail says that since
the law was passed in Alabama giving
every woman 85,000 whose husband had
been killed by tho Ku Klux, lots of
female carpet-baggers are coaxing their
husbands to go out in the woods, hoping
they may be Ku Klnxed. Extensive
emigration is expected in the State from
New Englaud this spring, ou account
o i the $5, 000.
Tho board of registers of Clarendon,
Iowa, decided that women were entitled
to vote in that city, aud the names of all
ladies of a proper ugo were placed on the
rolls. Several gentlemen, uot liking
this movement, crimed the names of their
wives, and several ladies also erased their
naines. At the election to-day no wo?
men claimed the privilege of voting, and
the men had it all their owu way.
Witltiu the past ten days detective of?
ficers have been making exteusi ve arrests
of parties in Harrisburg, Pa., and vicin?
ity for dealing in counterfeit United
States treasury uud national bank notes.
Eight arrests have been made, aud it is '
thought that others implicated will he
Tho old court house and jail at De
pere, Wis., was burned on the 12th, and
two young men, named Wm. Howard
aud Buckby, who had beeu locked up
tho night previous fur drunkenness and
disorderly conduct, perished in the
flames. It is supposed the jail was set
ou fire by ono of the prisoners.
Henderson Oxeudiue, oue of the noto?
rious baud of outlaws that have, for
many months past, iufosted the County
of Robeson, N. C., aud the upper por?
tion of Marion County, was tried, con?
victed, aud sentenced, during tho sitting
o? the Superior Court iv. Lumberton,
last week, to be hung ou Friday next.
Horace Hawes, who died in San Fran?
cisco, on Sunday, left nearly 82.000,000.
Ou bis death bed he requested that there
should be no meeting of the bar or ad?
journment of tho court iu honor of his
lu a brief temperance article, the
other day, thc Toledo (Ohio) Blade at?
tempted to say .something about "the
chief point in tho battle," but tho per?
verse types got it "the chief pint in the
The last story is that Sumner was de?
posed because Grant had promised the
british Minister to have a new chairman
of the Committee on Foreign Relations
The "heathen Chiuce" settled in Ala?
bama are very defereutial; they never
fail to say "goo by" ns thoy "lumber"
out of church while service is going on.
A bill for an appropriation of 81,000,
to purchase a piano for Mrs. Gov. Al?
corn, was defeated in the Mississippi
House the other day.
A farmer out in Carthngo City, Mo.,
has just been detected in a wholesale
poisoning of horses and then offering to
A miscegeuationist named Williams
was tarred und feathered, and dumped
into the river, at Gre?uda, Miss., the
The editor of the Saugatuck Commer?
cial "thanks the friend who laid a dozen
eggs on his table."
A lady at Schenectady advertises her
fugitive hushoud, and declares she will
pay no more of his debts.
Tho only female editor in Mississippi
is Miss Piney W. Forrest, who controls
the Liberty Advocate.
Mr. James Bray died in Richmond, on
Saturday, in the 82d year of his age.
He was a soldier of the war of 1812.
George Swain, a soldier of thu wur o?
1812, died at Alexandria, Ya., on the
12th, in the eightieth year of his age.
Hope Sc Co., tho bankers of Amster?
dam, ure said to be worth $40,000,000.
FINANCIAL AND COMM KIM;IA L..
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Muroh 17.-Bales of
ootton, yesterday, 90 bales-middling
LONDON, March IG- Noou.-Consols
91%. Bonds 92J?.
LIVERPOOL, Maroh 10-Noon.-Cotton
market burdening-uplands 7%; Or?
lenos 7%; sales 5,000 bales.
LONDON, March 10- Evening-Bull?
ion hus increased u trifle. Consols 921 ".
LiTERPocii, March 10-Eveuing.
Cottou closed with nbnrdeuiug tendency
uplands 1%\ Orleuus 7j??; sales 18,000
bales; speculation and export G.O0O.
NEW YORK, March 10-Noon.-Gold
Bteady, nt 11%. Governments steady
and dull. Stock very strong and tolera?
bly active. Money eusy, at 4(7?5. Ex?
change-long 9%; short 10;VQ. Eloura
shade firmer. Wheat a trifle better.
Coru quiet. Pork quiet-mess 22.00.
Lmrd dull-steam 12%@\2%. Cotton
firm-middling upland 15!?; Orleans
15;V, sales 2.000 bales.
7 P. M. - Cotton activo and higher,
with sales of 5,033 bales, ot Flour
-Southern firm; commoti to fair extra
7.00@7.GO. Whiskey steady. Wheat
lc. belter, closing quiet-winter red and
amber Western 2.71(S2 7G. Com a
?hado firmer, at 88??@89??. Pork dull,
at email@example.com. Beef "quiet. Lord
dull-kettle 13^. Freights easier-sail,
cotton ^@5-10; steam, grain 5??@6.
AUGUSTA, March 10.-Cotton closed
firm, at 13j4' for middliug; asking higher;
suies G55 bales; receipts 1G0.
MOBILE, March 10.-Cottou very firm
-middling 14%, receipts 1,093 hales;
sales 1,200; stock 01,701.
NORFOLK, March 10.-Cotton firmer,
but offerings light-middliug 13??; re?
ceipts 1,051 bales; sales 100; stock 5,571.
NEW ORLEANS. March 10.-Cotton
active and prices advancing-middling
ll?"'($14%; receipts 0.008 bales; sales
10,000; stock 279,955.
CHARLESTON, March 10.-Cotton quiet
but firm-middliug 13%(?)14; receipts
981 bales; sales 400; stock 27,074.
SAVANNAH, March 10.-Cottou in fair
demand uud prices ndvuuoed-middling
14J6(rt?14Jii; receipts 1,451 bales; sales
1,400- stock 78.575.
BALTIMORE. March 1G.-Cottou firmer
and held higher-middling 14J?; receipts
23S bales; sales 898; stock 11,750.
BOSTON, March 1G.-Cotton firm
middling 15*?@15%; receipts 2,G10
bales; sales 550; stock 11,000.
WILMINGTON, March 1G. - Cotton firm?
er-middling 13%; receipts 115 bales;
AT $1.50, by D. C. PE1XOTT0 Sc SON.
Mai i'll 17
-I AAA HUSHELU primo white CORN,
X?\_/v/V_/ just received und will bo sold
low at the Railroad, by
March 17 fl_J AS. S. CAM PRELL.
Plant the Trophy Tomato.
ANOTHER lot of this mammoth TOMATO
SEED just received at
March 17 Drug a\id Seed h tore.
THE incorpoiators of the Soul h Carolina
Phosphate and I'hospbalic River Mining
Company are hereby notified to meet at tho
Greenfeld Building, on SATURDAY EVEN?
ING, March 18, 1871, at 7 o'clock. By order
ot Acting Presidvnt. March 17 2
F. A. SCHNEIDER begs to
inform his friends, and thupub
1 ic. that ho bas removed to thc
jtaud iormerly occupied hy A
Webrhau, in rear of lt. C. Shiver'*, on Plain
Btreot, whore ho will bo pleased to receive or?
ders for anything in his lino._ March 17 3
Natural Frozen Ice.
AS the summer season is now approaching,
I wish to inform my old customers, and
thu public in general, that having secured a
good crop of natural frozen lako ICE, this
winter, wo are prepared to furnish it, in any
quantity, aa low as any that can he procured
here, that is, from ono to ono and a hall cunts
per ponnd, according to quantity, and havo
been selling at that prico since the 1st of
January. J. D. BATEMAN, Ag't,
March 17 2mo Columbia Ice House.
NEW GOODS ! ??EW PRICES !
OUP. friends will lind us in the new largo
brick building nearly opposite our old
stand, whore we will he glad to wi leonie them,
and ofter the
Largest Stock of Goods,
We havo ever had. Our heavy sales within
tho last two mouths has convinced us that
tlio ONLY SYSTEM is LOW mu O KS AND QUICK
KALKS, and this shall in future ho our motto.
Wo oller tho LA KG ESP STOCK OF GOODS
in tho city, at the lowest prices, most of it
having been purchased for cash since tho late
decline. If this is not true, wo will pay for
lying. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
* March 17_
5/~V/"\/~V FEET o? well-seasoned ASH
?\JVJXJ and MAPLE LUMBEB
wanted. Partios who aro able to supply tho
same ploawe oall on or address
D. O. PEIXOTTO A 80N,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
March 16 2 Columbia, 8. 0.
??- Lexington Dispatch copy twico and
send copy or paper ami hill to above Ann._
Building Lots ior Saie.
EIGHT suporb BUILDING LOTS, on tho
square bounded by Blanding, Harden,
Laurel and Laurena stroots, are offered for
salo low. Apply at D. GAMBRILL'S
March 15 3* Exchange Ofllce.
CHILDS & WILEY,
GENTS' FURNISDIXG GOODS,
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS,
(Successors to \V. J. Hoke. I
TT7TLL onnlinue tho business at tho old
YT stand, Main street.
Wo will soil thc recent purchaeo at New
Come and KOO our new etock of SPRING
GOODS DOW arriving, and purchased by that
exporionced and artistic clothier, G. M. JOHN?
SON. L. D. CHILDS,
March 17 2mo_JOHN 8. WILEY.
A SPLENDID LINE
F?ll ARB IUI
Which we will make to order on short notice j
and in drat class stylo.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
"I BALES primo N. C. HAY. for sale
JL"_/V_/ low to dealers, by
March lfi_WELLS A CALDWELL.
Bacon, Flour, &c.
4r\f\C\ LD8- C. B. BACON SIDES,
,\J\J\J 5,000 lbs. Bacon Shoulders,
y OOO lbs. Wbito Bulk Shoulders,
3,000 lbs. White Bulk Sides,
3,000 lbs. Smoked Sides,
150 barrels Extra Family Flour,
150 barrels Soper Flour,
150 barrels choice Sopor Flour,
100 barrels choice fine Flour,
100 kegs primo kettle rendered Loaf Lard,
For salo low to dealers by
WELLS & CALDWELL,
Near G. A C. R. R. Depot, Columbia, 8. O.
S)/\ TONS pure PERUVIAN GUANO,
?j\ f 50 tons Berger & Botts* Supcrphos
phato, for Bale low to planters and dealers,
for cash, hy WELLS A CALDWELL,
Near G. & C. R. R. Dci>ot, Columbia, 8. C.
Pure Mountain Corn Whiskey.
WE have received direct from the moun?
tains five barrels of pnre mountain
CrHtN WHISKEY, recommended as pure
juico of tho grain, softened by age, which wo
Will sell choap.
Feb 25_MONTEITH A FIELDING.
SPRING WATER ICE at il.25 per 100
ptmude; at retail, lja. per pound for the
season. Tickets at either storo.
_M arch_ 11_JOHN C. SEEGERS._
ALARGE aBsortmont of fresh VEGETA?
BLE SEED, just in and for salo low.
Un 13_EDWARD HOPE.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and improves
their health. March ll
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old, at
Fob 21 JOHN C. SEEGERS'.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Copperas, Salt, Limo or
Genuine Graham Bread.
HEREAFTER, customers can'bo supplied
with fresh GRAHAM BREAD, at
March 14 fi SVI KO LITE'S BAKERY.
AFRESH supply of BREMEN BEER, at
_ Marchjfi 3_ POLLOCK'S.
The Doctoro Recommend Beegers' Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? They know it is unadulter?
ated. _ March ll
IHAVE 400 bushels COTTON SEED, which
1 offer for sale, at 50 cents per bushol.
These seed are second year, from David Dick?
son, and tho product of 21 aoros of land, from *
which I have gathered 52 bales of cotton of
400 lbs., in tho two years. Only ono mule
ua^. lt. O'NEALE, Jn., t
March limo Cotton Town. I
' R 'LJ?L.L ?^^MMM^MMM^
Sale tor Foreclosure.
BY virtue of s power of attorney to me
given by Robert H. Walton, 1 will aell
before tho Court House iu Colombia, on the
FI HST MONDAY in April next, at 10 o'clock
A. M., at publio auction.
All tl..u HOUSE and LOT on Taylor street,
fronting thereon fifty-three foot, more or leas,
bounded East by lands lato ot said Robert H.
Walton, South by lands of Samuel Fair, de?
ceased, and West by lota of Southern Expresa
Company, Dr. Irwin and CBlate of Q. Y. Ant?
werp, containing one quarter of an acre, more
or less. Terms cash. GEO. L. DIAL,
March Hf Attorney by Special Powefr
Sale for Foreclosure.
BY virtuo of a power of attorney gTOBp>
mo, I will sell, at public auction, before
the Court Houso, at Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in April next,
All that lot, piece, parcel or trajHWBl&ND,
situate, lying and being in the ciTU SS lu iii
bia, hutting and hounding to trnf^Rfth on
Gervais street; to the East on Gates street; to
tho 8outh on land late of C?oorgegfitonn, and
to tho Weat on lot of Martha A. (JEHRr Terms
cash. JOHN AGNIPT?JB.,
_March 12 flO SpociaLAttorney in faot.
SPRING GOODS !
SPRING ffODS !
-. ?? ?
*J"uST received, a lot of NEW PRINTS, DE?
LAINES, POPLINS, WHITE GOODS, LIK?
ENS, BROWN and BLEACHED GOODS, for
low prices, ct C. F. JACKSON'S
Fob 17 Dr j VJ OG IA S AitVu?b,
White's Gardening for the South,
?gY tho lato Wm. A. White, of AthenB, Ga.
HOLMES' SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $150.
Tho Phosphato Rocks of South Carolina.
their History and Developments-Colored
Plates. $1 25.
Six Sermons on Temperance, by Lyman
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lectures on
Preachiug, R. L. Dabney, D. D. $1.50.
Anv above sent by mail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Fob 10 Oppoaito Columbia Hotol.
Fruits, Flowers and Vegetables, &c.
rj pr POPULAR FLOWERS, and how to
I I fj cultivate them. By Rand.
I The City Eruit Garden and its Culture. By
Thomas Ri?-a. Thirteenth edition. $1 00.
Pc.ich Culture. By J. A. Fulton, of Dela?
ware $1 50.
Tho Grape Cnllurist. By Fuller. $1 50.
Tho Southern Gardener. Bv White, of
Practical Floriculturo for the Amateur.
By Henderson. $1.50.
Buist's Family Kitchen Gardener. $1.00.
Guenon on Mich Cows and the Dairy. 75
Tho Gentleman's Stable Guide. ByMcLuro.
Tho Trotting Horses of America; How to
Train and Drive them. $2.25.
ProfesHor Holmes' Woik on Phosphato
Rock. For salo by
_ Feb2e BRYAN A McOARTER.
ExoiXEEit's OFFICE, COLUMBIA CANAL,
March 10, 1871.
THE public arc notified that the work of
improvement of tho Columbia Canal will
require a temporary suspension of navigation
on and after tho 21th inst. Duo notice will be
given of thc ro-opening of the same.
March 10 3f_Engineer.
Early Cabbage Plants.
TnE largo demand for PLANTS has ex?
hausted the supply of Schweinfnrt. I
now offer for sale Early Wyman, a fine market
variety, heads carly, largo size, brings tho
Early Jersey Wakefield, from true seed.
This variety always commands a premium
and is a favorite with gardeners.
Carter's Superfino Early Dwarf Cabbage.
These plants aro perfection. Vigorous growth;
being transplanted, are hardy and ready for
tho garden. For sale at HEINITSH'S
March 10 t _Drng Store.
Office of Clerk of Circuit Court, Rich?
COLUMBIA, MARCH ll, 1871.
ASPECIAL SESSION of the Conrt of Com?
mon Pleas for Biobland County will be
I held at Columbia, commencing on the
FOURTH MONDAY of March instant, for the
trial of such causes as may properly come
before it. Ry order of Hon. Samuel W. Mel?
ton, Circuit Judge Fifth Cirouit of South Ca?
rolina. D. B. MILLER, C. 0, O.
March 12 +7
F P. L. BOOZER"
/?agSBEatea WOULD respectfully inform
ffiptWfEflBL bia patrons and the public RC
~^-LLIT LJ* nerally that ho has moved iuto
his new offioe, over Duffie A Qhapman's Book?
store, opposite the Columbia Hotel, where he
is prepared to execute, satisfactorily, all ope
? rations and work, of whatsoever kind bis pro?
fession demand*. Terms accommodating.
j Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Rail?
CHAH LOTT B, March 1, 1871.
THIS Company will continuo to receivo
money on deposit or loan for six months
or longer, and pay interest on the samo at the
rato of ten por cont, poi annum. Deposits
or loans may bo mado with tho Treasurer of
tito Company at Columbia, M. P. Pogram,
Cushier, or tho undersigned.
March 5 2>no _ President.
Administrator's Notice. s&~39
ju LI, persons having olaime against the
?\_ Estato of JAMES F. COBLET, deceased,
will present thom immediately, properly at?
tested, to tho undersigned: and all persons
indebted to said Estate will make immediate
payment and save costs.
JOHN W. OORLEY,
March 14 tuf Imo* _Administrator.
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
noar the corner of Blanding. Forterms,
applv to Dr. John Lynch, or
Kt 1)22 UBNDRIX A BRO.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
OIIARIMTTB, N. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Corn. Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, aud Family Groceries
generally. Orders lilied carefully and prompt?
ly _ _Feb 7 lyr
North Carolina Hay.
BALES primo HAY, for salo by
March 0 E. HOPE.
Spring Seed Oats.
0 AA BUBUE&a White SEED OATS, for
OUU s al o h/_ED. HOPE.
1 AA BUSHELS Yam Sweet POTATO
I \ )\J SLIPS, for sale l<-w, for cash.
March 3 E. HOPE.