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VEIISATLLES, March 29.-Dopat?es of
the Bight in the. Assembly demand the
removal of the Lefts. Thiers positively
refuses compliance. General Ohanzy
Krpmised the insurrectionary committe-.
aforo he was released, that he would
not fight, except against foreigners.
Clemenceau resigned his seat in the
Assembly. Rutmeiuion, a member of
the ..Left, has declared himself o turn?
coat, because the Official Journal has
defended assassination. A motion was
made in the Assembly to-day to interrupt
oommunioatiou with Paris. Tho Go?
vernment oircular says Frunce is rallying
to thu support of the Government, and
asserts that the oontinnod occupation of
French territory by the Prussians is due
to the insurgents. The Government has
temporized with the insnrreotion, to
avoid bloodshed. Menotti and Ricotii
Garibaldi havo declined to fight, except
against a foreign enemy.
PARIS, March 29.-At the Assembly,
at Versailles, to-day, there was a turbu?
lent meeting of Deputies.
Large bodies of cavalry and infantry
have arrived from the Wost, and a largo
military camp is formed at St. Germain
for the protection of the Government.
The World"s special from Berlin says
there has been correspondonoe beiweeu
Bismarck and the Central Co m ru i Lieu, at
Paris; the lattor represented that Thiers'
Government was unsupported, iu any
proper way, by the country, and the
election of a new Assembly became
necessary; tho committee offered, in tho
meanwhile, to pay, in a few days, an
instalment of tho indemnity due to Ger?
many. Bismarck's reply was favorable.
The opinion hero is strong that the
restoration of tho empire, by the aid ol
the imperial army, is inevitable.
ST. PETERSBURQ, March 29.-Tho Pa?
triarch of Constantinople complained to
the Bussian Synod that the Sublime
Porte is disturbing the order of the
church in Bulgaria. The answer of the
Synod is published. It shows the dis?
satisfaction felt by tho Patriarch at the
relations of the Porte and Greek Church
in Bulgaria, bat coasiders the convoca?
tion of the council, which was proposed
by him, unnecessary.
BRUSSELS, March 29.-No Bitting ol
the peace conferenco was held to-day.
The time of the second meeting is un
determined. It is rumored the events ii
Paris causo delay of negotiation.
LONDON, March 29.-Tho German!
officially deny having encouraged insur
The House of Lords passed the fund
ing bills and adjourned.
In the Honso of Commons a discuasioi
on ohnroh questions occupied the even
ing. The bill admitting the laity to i
larger influence iu parochial motton
roused much fooling and met with strong
opposition. Gladstone begged for de
lay, bat the bill was carried to a secon<
BERLIN, March 29.-Tho Beichstaj
has approved tho commercial treaty bc
tween tho German Empira and San Sal
PARIS, March 29-Noon.-Every thinj
quiet. Duval submitted a proposition t<
disarm the National Guards who with
held adhesion to the Paris Government
Assay, in a speech, said the republic bat
formed a committee o? public safety; th
opponents ure to bo shut down, if the;
attempt ulterior measures; all the con
spirators are to meet the same fate.
VERSAILLES, Marob 30.-Tho corres
pondenoe between Versailles aud th
German Government has resulted in pei
mission to Thiers to increase thc Pari
garrison to 80,000.
LONDON, March 30.-Tho Queen c
Sweden is dead.
DeSchloezer has been appointed th
representative of the German empiro o
PARI8, March 30.-Tho manufacturer
of Paris have received permission fror
the authorities at tho Hotel de Ville t
resume work. Tho workmen must kee
their arms stacked, ready for use, ns
conflict is very probable. Tho com mu
nists still disagree among themselves r
to future movements. No courts at
opened in Paris, all the judges bavin
fled the city. lu the. National Assembly
Thiers hus declared tito withdrawal <
the Germans from Franco lor tho ni(
ment suspended. More German troof
will enter Paris, and tho French fore?
will bo increased proportionately.
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American I ii tc 111 nc nc r ?
CHARLESTON, March 30.-Arrived
schooners St. Elmo, New York; Clan
WASHINGTON, March 30.-The wife <
impeached Gov. Holden has joined bi
here. He says he will not return; bi
tho Chronicle, of this morning, says 1
shall boon return, under Federal prote
Tho Scnato adopted a resolution ii
struct ing tho Secretary of War to catii
tho engineer department to extend tl
survey of Etowah River, already ordore
to Oemnlgeo River, so ns to einbrm
estimates for a canal connecting thc
two rivers, with ibo view of openii
unobstructed wa ter communication b
tween the Mississippi River and tl
The Honso discussed tho Ku Klux bi
Wood rt ad from tho mossuges of Soot
ern Governors to show that peucu pt
vails in all thoso States, with few exec
tions in several of them. Hoduuounci
ns infamous thu incendiary remarks
Kelly, delivered yesterday, and expressi
thu hopo that il thero should ever bli
war of races, tho negroes would soled
mau moro valiant than Kelly, who, dr
ing thu disturbance in Mobile, hid uud
a tobie, pretending ho was doini.
Tho Senato adopted Anthony's resol
tion, allowing thu consideration of ni
bill on tho South passed by tho Hom
Davis made a .speech refilling Shnrmai
ch irgi s against tho Soul h. Previous
its conclusion, uti incident of umist
Oharaoter occurred, which excited cc
sidcriiblo comment in thc galleries a
opon the floor. Butler, of Maaaaohu
sotta, who was occupying tho seat of
Senator Sherman, immediately adjoining
that of Davis, had been some time iu
tently observing Davis as he proceeded.
Davis, growing restive, and speaking
with his nsual warmth and earnestneas.
soddenly faced Butler, and, continuing
bis argument against the credibility of
the exaggerated Ku Klux stories, said:
"Tbeflo fictitious charges aro originated
by purties to affect tho coming elections.
The Legislatures to be elected aro to
ohooHo one-third of the members of this
Senate, and it is with the view of neiog
this political capital for these diabolical
and devilish ends, that these vile and
slanderons stories of outrages emanate
(rom the brains of political scoundrels
and ruffians." After taking his Beat, und
observing Butler still staring at him,
Davis rose again, and addressing the lat?
ter, was heard to say: "What do you
moan by attempting to brow-beat me in
that way? You are a damned scoundrel,
air;" adding, after a pause, "Yes, sir; I
repeat it; you oro a damned scoundrel,
sir." At this juncture, Wilson cume
from his seat, on tho other side of the
chamber, aud interposed, to prevent a
continuance of the sceno. Butler, soon
after, left the chamber. It is reported
.he replied to Davis: "I don't know you,
air; I don't euro for you, aud I dou't
want to s pc uk to you."
Weather report-It is probable that
the clouds and rain will, on Friday, be
more or less broken up from thc middle
States to tho Mississippi valley. Fresh
Northerly winds aro probable for tho
lakes nud Gulf. Light wiuds on tho
CHAKIJESTON, March 30.-The Cham?
ber of Commerce of this c?.ty met this
afternoon, to take nction concerning the
excessive taxation und alleged fraudu?
lent and extravagant expenditures of the
State Government. A preamble and
resolution wero ndopted, declaring that
tho bonds heretofore issued are without
legal sanction, and tho so-called aterling
loan, or any other bonds or obli^-atious
hereafter issued, purporting to bo under
and by virtue of tho authority of the
present State Government, will not be
held binding on us; and that we shall,
iu every manner and at all times, resist
tho payment thereof, or tho enforcement
of any tax to pay tho same, by all legiti?
mate means within our po we". Tho
resolutions also provide for a State con?
vention of tax-payers, to meet in Colum
bia ou the 9th of May, which will confer
with tho Governor on tho dangerous
fiscal condition of tho State.
LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION.
The Charleston News says: Gen. M. C.
Sutler, Mr. John Chadwick aud Gen.
M. W. Gary, have entered into an asso?
ciation for tho purpose of introducing
immigrants into South Caroliun, and
have matured a plan of operations which
will, it is believed, insure the success of
their operations. Land owners aro re?
quested to placo their surplus lauds in
the bands of the association to bo Bold
to intendiug immigrants. For selling
tho lands tho association will charge u
reasonable commission. Tho gentlemen
now associated together in the good cause
need no recommendation in South Caro?
lina, aud 'heir names and reputation will
doubtless givo to their undertaking that
public contidenco which is ono of the
most essential elements of success.
ABIUVATJ OF A CAVALRY COMPANY.-Ou
Sunday lust thron compauies of the
seventh regiment of United Slates
Cavalry, under tho command of Major
Merrill, arrived at Columbia direct from
Kansas. Wo learn that one compnny
was sent to Union undone to Sparen?
burg. The other company, under tho
?command of Captain Owen Hale, num?
bering about ninety men and horses,
arrived at this place by railroad on Mon?
day afternoon last. Major Merrill, who
is iu command of tho compauies in this
State, arrived nt the sumo time.
[ Ybrkv Hie Enquirer.
At Virginia City, Nevada, on Saturday
morning, several hundred armed "vigi?
lants" eulered tho jail and took out and
hanged Arthur Perkins Heffrau, who
killed a man named Smith in a saloon
quarrel, a few mouths ugo.
Mr. Squires, of Kentucky, escorted a
girl toa fair, and the next day she begun a
815,001) breach of promiso suit against
him. He makes tho girls sign a paper
releasing him from all responsibility be
fore hu takes them anywhere now.
The furniture store of Wagner, Schnei
der & Co., New York, waa destroyed by
tiro on Saturday. Tho loss is estimated
ut $25(1.000. Tho building was valued ut
8850,000. Insurance on the building,
Mrs. Scott, of Kentucky, forbid her
husband entering the house when drunk,
uud ns ho persisted, she shot him and
mixed np a lot of slugs with his vitals.
Ho won't try to disobey her again very
Two colored men have been convicted
of grand larceny, in Yorkville, and, on
tho trial, confessed that they wero con?
nected with a colored baud culling them?
selves Ku Klux. Five others uro impli?
Tho well-known hotel proprietor,
George J. Scatumell, died suddenly of
apoplexy, ut Richmond. Vu., on Monday
A shocking affair occurred recently on
tho Hawaiian islands. It was au earth?
They hud frost, snow and sleet in
Greenville, on tho 28th.
A LL puraona having claims against tho
/\_ E-t ito of JAMBS F. Com.KV, deceased,
Will present them immediately, properly at
tosled, to thc liiideraiglied: and all persona
indebted li? s lid Estate wilt make imm?diate
pavilion! .liol save costs.
JOHN W. COPLEY,
March bl tu fl mo" Administrator.
Spring Seed Oats.
OAA DUB II ELS White SEED OAT**, for
<L> v/ vJ sale ny ED. HOPE.
_ jruAm)i?i? ARD connERciAt.
COLUMBIA, 8. G., Morola 81.-Sales if
cotton, yesterday, 02 bales-middling
LrONDOK, Mareil 80-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 08. Bonds 02%.
LIVERPOOL-, March 80-8 P. M.
Cotton qniet-nplands 7>?; Orleans 1%.
LONDON, March 80-Evening.-Bone?
92 %. Consols 03.
L.-IVSKTGO?I, Mareil 30-Evening.-Uot
ton quiet-nplands ly?\ Orleans 7%;
sales 12,000 bales; speculation and ex?
NEW YORK, March 30-Noon.-Flour
dull snd declining. Wheat quiet and
heavy. Corn quiet and firm. Pork dull,
at email@example.com. Cottou dull-middling
upluuds 15J4; Orleans 15%; sales 2,000
bales. Freights quiet. Governuieuts
firm but dull. Stocks very strong and
active. State bouda dull. Money easy,
nt4. Gold steady, at 10^-4. Exchange
long 0%; ?hort V?%.
7 P. M.-Money easy. Exchange
quiet, at Gold 10J^@.10%.
Bonds strong; 02s 12%. State stocks
dull, except Teuuessoes nod VirginiaB.
Tennessees 65; new 64;^. Virginias
70,?; now 71. Cotton dull-uplands
15)|; snles 3,210 bales. Southern flour
quiet. Whiskey quiet, nt 91>',4'?92.
Wheat unchanged. Corn firmer-mixed
closed at 83(0)8-4. pork dull, at 21.50.
Lard nominal. Freights sturdy.
CINCINNATI, March 30.-Bacon dull
clear rib lOJ^. Whiskey firm and in fair
demand, ut 86.
BALTIMORE, March 30.-Cotton easy
cuiddliug 14)?(a)1424'; receipts 335 bules;
sales 325; stock 11,064.
MoniLE, March 30.-Cotton quiet
middling 14,'-f; receipts 2,320 bules; sales
2;000; stock 50,895.
AUGUSTA, Murch 30.-Cotton closed
steady, with fuir demand, ut 13% for
middling; sales G35 huies; receipts 340.
BOSTON, Murch 30.-Cotton quiet
middling 15J?; receipts 1,605bales; suies
400; stock 12,000.
GALVESTON, Murch 30.-Cotton quiet
-good ordinary 12??; receipts 1,403
bales; sales 450; stock 57,715.
CHARLESTON, Murch 30.-Cotton quiet
-middling 14; receipts 437 bales; sales
300; stock 21,342.
NEW ORLEANS, Murch 30.-Flour
easier-super firstname.lastname@example.org; double 6.75;
treble 7.00?7.25. Bacon dull, at 8^(V$
12; hums 15J.<(V$16. Others unchanged
Cotton quiet-middling 14)0; receipts
4,745 bales; sales 8,650; stoek 258,008
SAVANNAH, March 30.-Cotton vory
quiet-middling 14; receipts 2,417 bales;
suies 600; stock 54,112.
WILMINGTON, Murch 30. -Cotton un?
changed-middling ll; receipts42 bales;
No More Frost.
t~*\ O to work at your Garden in good ear
\JC nest. Plaut Corn, Beets, Squaali, Beans,
Melons; transplant Cabbages, Tomatoes, Let?
tuce, liny your Seeds at IIEINITWI'S store;
bc bas the largest assortment in tho city.
Corn in great variety-early and late-Sugar,
TOMATO 1*1. ANTS,
Now ready to sot out-Tilden, Craut and
Largo Ked. for sale at
HEINlTSH'8 Drug Store,
March 22?t Opposite PIKKXIX Office.
Natural Frozen Ice.
AS the summer season id now approaching,
1 wisli to inform my old customers, and
the public in general, that having secured a
good crop of natural frozen lake ICE, thia
winter, wo aro prepared to furnish it, in any
quantity, as low aa any that can bo procured
here, that is, from one to one and a hall couta
por pound, according to quantity, and have
hoon selling at that pricu ainco tho lat efl
January. J. D. BATEMAN, Ag't,
March 17 2mo Columbia leo Hon sr.
WE have now on hand a full and
_tino assortment of BRETTS, Rock?
aways a.ud Buggies, which wo offer at cont
prices for cash. Theao aro our own manufac?
turo, and we warrant them to bo of auperior
workmanship. Wo are constantly adding to
our stock and will manufacturo to order any
doaired atylo of vohiclo, from a small Pony
Panton to a largo Carriage.
REPAIRING promptly attended to.
CARROLL .t SPELLMAN.
March 28 Imo
STOVES ! STOVES! STOVES !
Tin-ware ! Tin-ware ! Tin-ware !
- - ?? . ? .
PLUMBING, ROOFING, OUTTEBINO, and
all work in this line, put up to order
und ready for salo at tho
C A Ii OLI X A M A A" I" F A C T 0 Ii Y.
Call at either house-Columbia or Newberry.
II KN KY If. BL EASE,
March 22 t Proprietor._
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength and improves
their health. March ll
NEW STORE !
NEW GOODS ! NEW PRICES !
OUR friends will find na in tho new large
brick building nearly opposite our old
stand, where we will bo glad to welcome them,
ami offor the
Largest Stock of Goods,
/. O W E S T P K I C E 8 ,
Wo bava ever had. Our heavy sales within
tho last two milutha bas convinced us that
lilli oXI.Y SYSrKM IS LOW DUCKS ASI? QUICK
SAI.KS, and this shall in future bo oin* motto
We <dbr the LAUGEST STOCK OF GOODS
in tho city, at tho lowest prices, most of it
having been purchased for caab tinco the bite
decline. If thia is not true, wo will pay for
Ivinc. TO BICK & LOWRANCE.
MANY NEW and DESIRABLE PATTERNS
have been added to oar stock of
Making it more complete than any ever
brought to thia city.
Thorough and competent workmen kept,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
WE aro bestowing moro tba? ordinary
attention upou oar WHOLESALE
DEPARTMENT this season, and aro offering
raro iuduccmcnta in prices, Ac. Our ?took
will be kept at tho maximum all season, so
that you can reasonably calculate to SAVE
MONEY, in limo, freight and price, bvdealing
with UH. Orders solicited. Prices guaranteed
and SM tis fact ion promised.
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
R. O. SHIVER, ?
DAVID JONES. )_March 30
Entire New Stock.
THE undersigned respectfully informa
ibis customers that be bas REMOVED to
Itbc new atoro, on Main street, directly
-oppo>ito thc Columbia Hctcl, and is fully
prepared with an entirely NEW STOCK OF
GOODS, to lit out a gentleman in tho very
LATEST FASHION. Ho has secured the
lateat and best Btvles of CLOTHS, OASSI
MERES and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS g? noralfy. Call at tho new stand and
select a huit, or leave your order and have it
made tomoasuro. C. D. EBERHARDT.
March 20 _
Monster Cock Fight.
A COCK FIO HT, on an oxtensive
ecalo, ia to como off at Newberry
Court House, on WEDNESDAY, tho
_Ith day of April noxt. Twenty-one
i .??una at c to be shown; $100 on each fight and
$1,000 on the odd. Tho tight is between Char?
ley hims, ot Union, and J. B. Chappell, of |
Newberry._March 25 n
Now in Store,
A FULL STOCK OF
Also, a large stock of
All new. To bo sold at
VERY LOW I'RICES,
C. F. JACKSON.
CHILDS & WILEY,
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
GENTS' F?RNISU1NG GOODS,
UMBRELLAS, CANES AND
( Successors lo ll". J. Hoke.)
WILL continue the business at thc old
stand, Main street.
Wo will sell thc recent purchase at New
Como and seo our new stock of SPRING
GOODS now arriving, and purchased by that
experienced and artistic clothier, G. M. JOHN?
SON. L. I). CHILDS.
March 17 fimo JOHN S. WILEY.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Copperas, Salt, Lime or
_Alum. March ll
Bacon. Flour, &c.
i rvrk/\ LUS. c. u. BACON SIDES,
rfc.I JVJKJ 5.000 lbs. Bacon Shoulders,
3.000 lbs. While Bulk Shoulders,
3,000 lbs. White bulk Sides,
3,000 lbs. Smoked Sides,
150 barrels Extra Family Flour,
ISO barrels Super Four,
150 barrels choice Super Flour,
HiO barrels choice lino Flour,
100 kegs prime kettle rendered Leaf Lard,
For sale low to dealers by
WELLS A CALDWELL,
Near G. A C. IL lt. Depot, Columbia, S. C.
Oharlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R. Co
P ll ES [DENT'S O FF IO E.
CHARLOTTE, March 1, 1871.
THIS Company will continue to receive
money on deposit or loan for six months
or longer, and pay interest on tho samo at tho
rate ot ten per cent, pei annum. Deposits
or loans may bc made with tho Treasurer of
tho Company at Columbia, M. P. Pcgram,
Cashier, or tho undersigned.
March 5 2mo President.
IHAVE 400 bushels COTTON SEED, which
1 oller for salo, at 50 cents per bushel
These seed are second year, from David Dick?
son, and tho product of 21 acres of land, from
which I have gathered 52 bales of colton of
400 lbs., in tho two years. Only one mule
used. lt. O'NEALE, Ju ,
Marchi Imo Cotton Town.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in general that 1 have
Just received an entire lu w
-lock of Double and single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks. Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Buck-Shot. Cartridges
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct 8 P. W. KU A FT, Main street.
1 AA RUSH ELS Yam Sweet POTATO
JL* f\f SLIPS, for sale low, for cash.
March 3 E. HOPE.
ADESIRABLE STOUP., on Main street,]
near the corner of islanding, For terms, >
apply to Dr. John Lvuch. or
Feb 22 " HENDRIX A BRO. |
United States Internal Revenue,
ASSISTANT ABBRSBOB'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, March 21,1871.
ALL peraons having a grosa income of I
$2 OOO during the year 1870, are hereby
nutifiod to make return of the same, to tho
undersigned, on or before tho 1ST DAY OF
APRIL, 1871, sa the carno are now due. A |
penalty of 60 per cent, attaches by law on all |
returns not made by the above time.
G. A. DARLING,
Office over Scott's Rank._Mareh 22
"AT LOVE & CO.'S"
LADIES' UNDER GARMENTS
o uot desire to do away with tho uso
of the common needle or tho EMPIRE SEW?
ING MACHINE, for which wc arc Agents, but
simply to got up a nico Hue of goods which
will bo both ECONOMICAL to tho HUSBANDS
and LABOR-SAVING to thc WIVES. lu this
department ladies see at a glauco a complete
dress from an APRON to a CORSET COVER.
Now styles CAS9IMERES and CLOTHES
PARASOLS now open.
W. D. LOVE,
March 20_ _B. B. McCREERY.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta Rail?
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 21.1871.
ATTENTION of Stockholders is invited to
following resolutions, adopted at last
annual meeting :
Jlesolced, That tho privilege of free trans?
portation for stockholders and their families,
to and from our annual meotings, bs; here?
after extended to tho holders of stock in the
Charlotte, Culumbia and Angusta Railroad
Jiesolced, That no stock bc allowed repre?
sentation at any futuro stockholders' meeting,
except stock in the Charlotte, Columbia and
lu anticipation of tho annual meeting,
which occura on Wednesday, 31 May, thu
transfers of stock will bo simpered between
20th April and 3d May, inclusive.
_ March 211 120_Treasurer.
GUANO SOLD FOR. COTTON
At Jiedueed Prices.
THE undersigned, CHAMBERS A BRYCE,
agent? for the salo of Messrs. WILCOX,
GIBBS A CO.'S STANDARD GUANOS, viz:
Puro imported Pheonix Island, Wilcox, Gibbs
A Co.'a Manipulated, and Guano Salt and
Plaster Compound, aro auf hoi ized to Bell a
limited qnantity for Middling Cotton, at 15c.
per pound; Cotton to be delivered at planter's
nearest depot, in good order, properly baled,
previous to tho 1st of November next. Apply
to tho undersigned Agents at Columbia, S. C.,
Those Guanos aro ALL imported direct in
bulk, and no admixture of Insoluble Phos?
phates or Stone Manure Their Peruvian
Guano is of the very best Chincha Island, not
Guanoppe.but tho real No. 1 Peruvian, and ?B
the first and only cargo ever i m poi ted direct
to Charleston or Savannah.
?1.000 PREMIUM -They ofter U.fOO premium
for the largest increased yield, for the uso of |
not less than one ton of their Guano, under
tho following conditions:
1st. Only Pheonix Guano, Wilcox, Gibba A
Co., Manipulated, and Guano Salt and Planter
Compound, without admixturo with any other
manure, t-hall bc used on the land entered for
2d. Th?tcompetitors shall tubmit satiafac
tory proof as to the quantity nf Guano used,
and tue increased yield in proportion to quan?
tity, to a committee appointed by tho Cotton
States Mechanics and Agricultural Fair Asso?
ciation, to bu held at Augusta, (?a., ne xt fall,
who shall bo tho sole jltdgCB of said prools,
and shall make the award; and the premium
shall he paid as soon as tho award of thc
committco ia received.
Their Agents aro also authorized to sell
tl*cir Guanos, for cash, at tho rcducod cash
prices, and also on time, for satisfactory se
These Guanos have been in use for a scries
of years, and have been surpassed by none.
We liavo acted as Agents tormore than a year
and aro now supplying again those who used
it last year, which is the best proof of its su?
perior qualiv ?es. Wo have- tried it ourselves
and can vouch feir ita superiority; and could,
if necessary, give hundreds of certificates ol'
its advantage? over other fertilizers. Wo have
a largo lot now in store, hore, ami constantly
receiving and adding to onr supply. Aro now
ready to lill orders and ship, if desirable, to
any depot or station on the linc of either of
our railroads. Awaiting orders.
March S timo CH - MBl.HS A BRYCE.
ffMIE undersigned have taken that large mid
_1_ elevated corner storo house, on tho bill,
nearly opposite tho marble Varel, wbero thev
aro prepared to STORE COTTON or MER?
CHANDIZE at customary rates, and will make
littoral advances eui shipments to Charleston,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston,
or Liverpool. Will abo lill orders for the pur
chafe ot cotton, and attend to the salo ot
produce generally consigned to them for sale.
They have also a large quantity of those
superior and well-known fertilizers bf Messrs.
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co for sale. (Sec advertise?
ment.; AIHO, 1,000 bushels Corn and other
ai tides, which will bo sold at tho lowest
maiket price, ('all and sec them, either for
the Male or pureba.- c.
Feb Ml mo CHAMBERS A BRYCE.
DR. D. L. BOOZER
WOUf.D respectfully inform
bis patrons ami Ibo public ge?
nerally that lie has moved into
bis now eifiiec, over DulVio A Chapman's Book?
store, oppo* ito thc Columbia Hotel, where lit?
is prepared to execute, satisf?ctoi ilj, s ll ope?
rations and work, of whatsoever kind bin pro?
fession dcmandri. Terms accommodating.
Improved Seed Planter.
!3 ARTI RH wanting iitl.tr thc liam or
Doolan PLANTER wilt send their orders
at once. We ate now well supplied, I ut later
in tho acas m do not think we will bu able to
meet t he demand.
Feb 12 L?RICK .'. LOWRANCE.
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, tho ?ld day of April,
wo will sell, ia front of the Court House, in
this city, at 10 o'clock, to tho highost bidder,
LOT, with COTTAGE thereon, on Upper
Boundary street, measuring thereon forty
foot, mora or loss, running back IOU fee*, more
or less; bounded on tho North by tipper Bonn
dary street, on tho South by Wm. Simons, en
the East by Mrs. H. Flynn, on tho West by
TEEMS.-One-half cash; balance in twelve
moutha, secured by bona and mortgage, beat?
ing interest at seven per cent, per annum.
Purchasers to pay ua for papera and stamps.
Under order of Judge of Probate, ex parle
John Agnew, Administrator of Jamos 8.
McMahon. Order of sale of real estafo.
IN pursuance of an order, mado by William
Dutson Wigg, Judgo of Probate for Rich?
land Countv, I will sell, on tho FlRBT MON?
DAY IN APRIL NEXT, in front of the Court
House, iu Columbia, within tho legal hours,
tho following described REAL ESTATE,
All that lot of LAND, in tho city of Colum?
bia, formerly known as tho Dr. Palmer lot,
hounded on tho North by estate of Tradewell,
East by Rev. Georgo Howo, South by Blank?
ing street, and Weat by catate of Tradewell
! and C. R. Bryco, fronting on Blanding street
ono hundred and four (104) feet nine (9)
inches, moro or lesa, and running back two
hundred and eight (208) feet, moro or less.
All that lot of LAND, in tho city of Colum?
bia, with BUILDINGS thereon, on the West
nido of Way no stroot, at tho intersection of
Laurel street, measuring on Wayne atreot ono
I hundred and four feet four inches, and on
Laurel street ono hundred and four feet four
i inches, bounded Eaat by Wayne street, North
j by Laurel street, South by Antonio Muller,
having tho same measurement in depth on the
North-east, South and West pides, Doing the
residence of tho lato J S. MlMahoU.
TERMS OF SALE.-Sufficient caen to pay the
costs and expenses of these proceedings, and
tho amount duo upon tho mortgage of each of
said Lota, respectively; tho balance on a
crodit of twolvc months; tho crodit portion to
bo soenred by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of tho premises Bold. Purchaser to
pay for stamps and papers.
P. F. FRAZEE. 8. R. C.
MARCH ll, 1871. _ March 31 3
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, the 3d of April, we
will soil, in front of thc Court House, in thia
That desirable RESIDENCE, on Bull street,
between Laurel and Blanding. containing 96
feet front on Bull street, and running back
208 feet, moro or less; bounded on the North
by S. W. Melton, South by estate of Bryce and
Maj. McCreery, East by Dr. Howo.
TERMS.-One-half cash; balance in twelve
months, secured by bond and mortgage, bear?
ing interest nt aeven per cent, per annum.
Purchasers to pay for papers and stamps.
Sale for Foreclosure.
BY virtuo of a power of attorney given to
me, I will sell', at public auction, before
tho Court House, at Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in April next,
All that lot, pieco, parcel or tract of LAND,
situate, lying and being in tho city of Colum?
bia, butting and bounding to tho North on
Gervais street; to the East on Gates street; to
tho South on land late of Goorgo Glenn, and
to tho Weat OJ lot of Martha A.Glenn. Terms
cash. JOHN AGNEW, Ja.,
March 12 flO Special Attorney in fact.
C L O T H I N CT
II. S W. (J, SW ll ! IELD'SI
"y^T'E havo now in storo a very large stock
of thc above goods, and wo assure oar cus?
tomers that we havo never beforo been oa
abled to offer them so CHOICE A SELECTION
OF GOODS, at such low prices.
Wc have good All Wool SUITS at $15, suita?
ble for any business man.
We have a very large stock, and we aro de?,
termincd to undersell any other dealers, aa
our facilities enable u9 to do so.
O U It SHIRTS
Are decided to be thc best ?tthip, .Shirts made.
We malic thc finest custom garments mado ia
this State. Call and examine.
Mai ch 25_R. A W. C. 8WAFFIELD.
Q Cl(\f\ ACHES of LAND in BarnweU,
O.UUU on the Edisto.
75U ACRES in Kershaw-in lola to suit.
Saw Mill and 2.000 aorta of Laud in .Lexing?
ton, on North Edisto, $7,COO.
2,500 acres Waterec Bottom Land, 4t $2 per
2 500 acres creek bottom and pino Land, at
$2 per acre.
1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near tho
city-$8 500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
Sept 25 Iv
CTSMB?' a COMPLETE assortment of two
2bS3l2z.ahd four seat Passenger CARRI?
AGES has just been received at tho Reposito?
ry, corner Lady and Ass< mbly streets. The
littst and most stylish patterns havo been
eolcctcd with caro.' from roma of tho best
builders ill thc count!} ; and the stock never
luis bron MU pass? d in design or finish by any
offered here. Prices mod?ralo.
Ihc lil W K ORIEN FIE I.D.
STL- N HOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
VUMtLttTVK. A'. (J.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Corn, Flour,
bacon, Lard, &u . and Family Groceries
cen-1 ai Iv. Orders filled carel ul Iv and prompt?
ly. " Feb 7 IM