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BOMB, January 1.-Emanuel wai re?
ceived to day in the Quirinal.
MADBTD, January 1.-There is again a
ministerial oriels, in consequence of the
appointment of Senor Ferres Moral to
euooeed Senor Crespo as second in oom
mond in Goba, and of General Morales
as successor to the officer in the military
direction of the Eastern Department of
'? LOUDON, January 2.-Walo s is moah
MAX)BID, January 2.-The ministerial
crisis over Caban affairs and the recall
of Roberto from Washington is contra?
DUBLIN, January 2.-Tho inaugura?
tion ot the newiy-elected conservative
Mayor was tumultuous. The mob hissed
when Wales was mentioned.
Boxs, January 2.-The King sent a
special embaaaador to the Vatican Now
Year's day, with congratulations to the
Pope. Autenelli received the embaaaa
dor, and informed him that the Pope
was indisposed and nnable to receive
PAMS, January 2.-The French won
a brilliant viotory in Orean. Two rebel
chieftains sud 150 horsemen wero killed.
LONDON, January 2.-The American
Minister is gone to France, where he
will meet Sherman.
WASHINGTON, January 1.-No unusual
incidente attended the New Year oere
. monies. The weather was unfavorable.
ANNAPOLIS, January 1.-Gerith said
Torry stated an impossibility, when he
said that begot tartar emetic when treat?
ing sulphide of antimony precipitate
' with potash. If he had obtained what
bo said, that it would have proved no
tartar emetic was there. "The evidence
was inoomprehensively technical, but
positive in its contradictions of results
obtained by tb o proa ec ut ion.
MONBOB, LOUISIANA. January 1.-Sixty
houses, including the wealthiest portion
of the city, are burned. Among the
- buildings destroyed are Union Church,
Mansion Hbnse and Central House.
Loss over $500,000.
CHICAGO, January 1.-Tho Aloxis bunt
. iug party meets in Omaha in January.
If the snow is too deep for sport on tho
. IQth, the party will proceed to San Fran?
SAN FiiANaiaoo, Jenuary 1.-Mexican
i advices state that the Government ia
merely holding the revolutionists of
Nueea Loon in check till the whole avail?
able force comes to crush Dias. Dias,
. after several engagements, was compelled
! to. retreat into Oaxaoa. The troops sent
by Dias were driven back to Oaxaoa.
Tue Western coast, except Oaxaca and
' port of Mazatlan, is quiet and in posses?
sion of the Federal authorities.
Two respectable yoong men have dis
. appeared from Sacramento, and are sup?
posed to be murdered.
A man and wife and two children were
murdered near TnxSon, supposed by
outlaws driven from Sonora.
The storm in Cali for aia, Oregon and
Nevada ia unabated. The mails, tele?
graph and travel are interrupted North?
An Indian war in Arizona is appre?
OMAHA, January 1.-Tho Pacific Rail?
road is still blocked with snow, whioh
has been twioe shoveled.
NEW YOBS, January 2.-The old Board
of Aldermen, after passing a resolntion
impeaching Mayor Hall, was dissolved
by order of the oonrt. Mayor Hall qua?
lified the new board, whioh proceeded to
business, Mayor Hall presiding.
James Mayo challenges the world, giv?
ing preference to O'Baldwin, to fight for
Connelly's bail qualified. He is re?
? bitter contest ia progressing in Alba?
ny over the speakership. The Grantites
are fighting Alvord.
, The new Board of Aldermen is in foll !
possession. The impeachment of Hall]
by the old board is a nullity .
The ease of Allen vs. Fisk & Gould
has been compromised.
Some members of tho old board at?
tempted to take possession of a room in
the Gity Hall, but were driven off by the
police, after a short skrimage.
Louisvmr.K, January 2.-The Church
of the Messiah, newly erected at the j
corner of Fourth and York streets, was j
burned last night. It cost $70,000.
Nsw OBIIBANB, January 2.-Oolonel
E. D. Frost to-day took charge as Gene?
ral Superintendent of the New Orleans,
Jackson and Great Northern Mississippi
Central and Mississippi and Tennessee j
Railroads. Ail are now nnder the same !
COLUMBUS, OHIO, January 2.-The Se?
nate organized with Republican officers,
eleoted by the vote of the Lieutenant
Governor. Tho House organized with
Republican officers. The Senate adopt?
ed resolutions asking Congress to adopt I
Sumner's ono term amendment.
ALBANY, January 2.-A Republican
canons nominated Smith for Speaker;
whioh is a oustom boase victory.
ALBANY, January 2.-Both Houses or?
ganized by eleoting the Republican can?
ons nominees. Hoffman's message is'
long. Alluding to the July riots, he
wants laws to seoore equal rights, of
whatever creed. He says Senators should
be elected by the people, and recom?
mends a new charter for the oity of New
York, somewhat similar to that proposed
by the Committee of Seventy. He
makes no allusion to national affairs.
Tweed did not olaim his seat to-day.
WASHINGTON, January 2.-Valerian
Soherkoff has assumed oharge of the
There was a long Cabinet meeting to?
day, after whioh the President and Aker
man had a consultation-it is supposed
over Ku Klux.
Debt statement-Decrease nearly $4,
500,000; aoin in the Treasury, $111,
500,000; oarrecoy, $15,750,000.
Probabilities-The low barometer in
Iowa will probably movo Eastward en
Wednesday over the lower lukes. Cloudy
weather, with rain, will continue, with
Easterly winds, in the Gulf nnd South
Atlantic States; threatening weather in
the Middle and Eastern States; South?
east winds, with rain or possibly snow,
over the lake region; North-west winds,
with dearing weather, West of Illinois
and Wisconsin. Dangerous winds aro
not anticipated for to-night on tho At?
RICHMOND, January 2.-Gov. Walker
vetoed the joint resolution of the Legis?
lature, suspending the funding of the
State debt. This, however, will proba?
bly amount to nothing, ns in the Houso
the resolution was adopted by over a
three-fourths vote, and in the Senate by
ANNAPOLIS, January 2.-Dr.Reese tes?
tified. Viewing tho coso exclusively
from the symptoms and tho post mortem,
i ?' ..." a i" ff ; i ? . , '. -
ss testified tc by tbs ^ilse**??. bo ia of
opinion that Ketch urn's death maybe
fairly attributed to.a natural oauao-that
ie, to a disease.
ST. Loom, January 2.-Tho Ku Klux
outrages reported in Saline County ia a
hoax. There was a small fight, wherein
a white man was wounded.
ALEXANDRIA, YA., January 2.--Gol.
George W. Brent, a prominent lawyer
and former Adjutant-General of the army
of Tennessee, under Johnson and Bragg,
BOOHESTKB, N. Y., January 2.- On
Saturday last, a negro, twenty-five years
of age, deooyed a little girl, named
Ooho, ten years of age, into the com?
mons, just outside the oity, and com?
mitted a terrible outrage upon her. He
evidently intended to kill her, striking
her on the face with bia fist. She
wandered into the town of Brighton,
having to cross over on the ice of the
canal, river and feeder to do so. She
sought refago in a house, where her con?
dition was ascertained, and word sent to
the police. The girl gave such a de?
scription of the scoundrel as to enable
the police to' suspect who the rascal was,
and he was oaptured this morning, at
the honse of a relative, in Fennfiold.
He was brought to the city and taken
beforo the girl, who identified him.
The people made an attempt to Lynch
him, but the police fought them off
using their revolvers in doing so. The
girl is in a precarious condition. The
excitement over the affair is great, and
threats are freely made against the life of
Li AT EH.-The oxc i te ru eut over the out?
rage committed upon a white girl by the
negro Howatd is very great. This fore?
noon, a mob of four or five hundred
people went to the jail, and attempted to
break in and kill tho prisoner. They
were foiled by the sheriff and police.
The military are now assembling for the
protection of the jail.
LATEST.-The excitement over .the
outrage has not abated. There is now
an immense orowd about the jail, and
they are frantic over the report that the
little girl had died of her injuries. The
evening papers are out with evidence
against Howard. It is conclusive, and
leaves no doubt that he is the man who
committed the dreadful outrage. The
police aro at the jail and tho military are
assembling at the orsennl. Attaoks are
mads by roughs and ethers upon unof?
fending negroes who appear in the
streets. It is feared thero will be an
outbreak to-night. Tho Sheriff and his
aids Btand firm, and are determined to
nphold the laws.
CHARLESTON, Jannary 1.-Arrived
.steamship Georgia, Now York; Bohooner
Florence Bogers, New York.
MANUFACTURING ENTEBT-UIBZ IN CHARLES?
TON.-Charleston is fast becoming a manu?
facturing as well as a commercial city. Tho
largest manufactory of doors, sashes, blinds.
Ac, in tho Soutuorn States is that of Ur. P.
P. T?ALE, on Horlbook's Wharf, in that city,
salos rooms at No. 20 Hay no at root. Mr.
TOALE'H advertisement appears in another
column. Nov 2$
AO00D assortmont of boat Sewing Ma?
chine TH HEAL), at the Wbeoler A Wilson
Ofiioe, two doors below PHOENIX Office, Main
Gt JU. THOMPSON dc CO.,
> j- HAS on band tho
J^HV largest, most fasb
Lj ionable, stylish, du
^kV-^SSH^rablo aud chonpeat'
stock of BUOTS and SHOES in the State. All
A oomplete assortment of Gent's. Boys' and
Children's HATS and CAPS. Nov 5 Brno
CHILDS & WILEY
ABE daily receiving the finest BEADY
MADE CLOTHING, for old aad young
gentlemen, that have ever been offered in this
market. No enstom-made can surpass, and
but few can equal them, in style, and finish,
We sell the best, at lower rates than those
who don't bny from the manufacturers direct.
We koop tho Star and True Fit constantly
on hand, and wUl take orders for half dozen
or more, and warrant a fit.
UNDER-WEAH in all varieties.
GLOVES-Loather, Buck, Kid, Dog, Bat and
Boah Bargains to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAR-all styles. Plain and fancy
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
some that won't coin.
Wo will take Greenbacks at par for all
South Carolina-Laurens County.
IN TRE COMMON PLEAS..
Copeland A Wost va. H. William Barksdalo.
Summons for Money Remand.
To H. W. BARKSDALE, DEFENDANT IN THIS 1
YOU aro hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in thia action, of I
which a copy ia filed in the offioe of the Clerk
of tho Court for Laurens County, and to serve
a copy ef yonr answer on tho subscribers, at
their office, at Laurena Court House, within !
twenty days after the service of this summons ]
on you, exclusive of the day of sorvioo. If
you fail to answer tho complaint within tho !
timo aforosaid, the plaintiff will take judg?
ment against you for tho sum of five hundred
dollars, with interest at tho rato of Bevon por
cont, from the 2d day of Novomber. 1871, and
coat H. SIMPSON A 81MP80N,
Datod Laurens C. H., 18th Novembor, 1871.
To TUR DEFENDANT, H. W. BARKSDALE:]
TARE NOTICE, that the summons in this
action, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
filed in the offico of tbe Clerk of the Court of |
Common Pleas for tho County of Laurens, in
the Stato of South Carolina, on tho 18th No?
vember, 1B71. SIMPSON A SIMPSON,
Dec G wG Plaintiff's Attorneys.
BUY THE GENUINE
Moro than 250 Different Modifications.
IOENTS AL80 FOB TUB I?E8T ALARM MONF.Y
DR AW En.
FAIRBANKS & CO ,
252 Rroadway, Nero York.
PA IR II AN KS, BROWN Si CO.,
118 Milk street, Boston.
For salo by loading Hardware Dealers.
Sept 27 wf Arno_
An immonBo stock of every imaginable
articlo of crockery and yellow ware,
without regard to value, nt D. C. Poix
! otto Sc Son's.
Every artiole of household wares, in
granite, orookcry and glass, in any quan?
tity, at far less than importation prices,
at D. C. Poixotto & Son's.
Financial nd Commercial. |
LONDON, January 2-Noon.-Consols
92 %@02%. Bonds 92%.
LIVEBPOOL, January 2-8 P. M.
Cotton opened quiet-uplands 9%@10;
Orleans 10%; sales 10,000 bales; sp?cu?
lation and export 1,000.
LIVERPOOL, January 2- Evening.
Cotton closed quiet-uplands 9%@10;
Orleans 10%. Mun oboe tor ad vicos leen
favorable, which causes dullness.
NEW Yo UK, January 2-Noon.-Stocks
firm and moderately active. Gold firm,
at 9>?@9%. Governments very strong
and steady. Money firm, at 7. Ex?
change-long 9%; short 10%. Flour
more steady. Wheat a shade firmer.
Corn quiet and steady. Fork dull
meas 14.50. Lard quiet, at 9>?@9>?.
Cotton firm-uplands 20%; Orl?ans
20%; Balea 448 bales. Freight? duli.
7 P. M.-Cotton strong; sales 1,059
bales--uplands 20%; Orleans 20%.
Flour a shade firmer-common to fair
extra 6.60(^7.85;. good to ohoioo 7.40@
9.25. Whiskey 98. Wheat l@2o. high?
er-winter red . Western 1.57 @ l.G'J.
Corn in good demand and lo. higher
old afloat 79%@80. Bice quiet, at 8%
@8%. Pork-nald 18.25? 18.87; new
14.50. Beef quiet Lard-kettle 9%.
Freights dull and heavy-cotton, steam
Ko. Closing loans among stock brokers
%o. per diem. Prime discounts 10@12.
Exohange quiet, at 9%@9%. GoJd 9%
(3)9%. Governments steady-62s 110%.
Southern State securities firmer in now
South Carolinas and quiet in other bonds.
Tennessees 63%; new 63%. Virginias
60%; new 55. Louisianas 60; new 50;
levee 6s 61; 8s 72. Alabama 8s 93; 5s
62. Georgia 6s 70; 7s 70. North Caro?
linas 82; new ll. South Carolinas 49;
LOUISVILLE, January 2.-Provisions
firm on orders. Whiskey quiet and un?
CINCINNATI, January 2.-Pork dull
and drooping, at 13.50. Lard 8%@9%.
Bacon dull and unchanged-olear sideB
7%. Whiskey steady, at 90.
ST. LOUIS, January 2.-Whiskey un?
changed. Pork firm, at 13.25. Bacon
clear Bides 7%.
PHILADELPHIA, January 2.-Cotton
GALVESTON, January 2. - Cotton
strong-good ordinary 17%; reoeipts
470 bales; sales 1,000; Btock 47,818.
MOBILE, Jannary 2.-Cotton strong
niiddling 19; receipts 2,222 biles; sales
1,500; stook 64,199.
NEW ORLEANS, January 2.-Flour
stock light; suporfine 7.25; double 7.50
(3)7.75; treble 8.00(3)8.25. Corn lower,
at 74@75. Pork dull-hold at 14 50.
Bacon dull, at 8(3)8%. Lard scarce and
firm-tierce 9%@9%; keg 10%@10%.
Sogar firm-inferior 6(3)13% ; common
0K@7%; fair to fully fair 7%@8%;
prime 9(3)9%. Molasses-lower grados
dull; good in demand; inferior 20(3)25;
oommon 28@32; fair 35(3)38; prime 39(3)
41; strictly prime to choioe 42(3)46.
Coffee firm-ordinary 18%(3)19%; fair
19%@20%; good 20%@21; prime 21%
(3)21%. Whiskey-rectified firstname.lastname@example.org%.
Cotton H toady and strong-middliug
19%(3)19%; receipts 8,853 bales; enies
8,500; stock 183,761.
CHARLESTON, january 2.-Colton firm
-middling 19; reoeipts 1,273 bales;
sales 500; stook 3,384.
NORFOLK, January 2.-Cotton quiet
low middling 18%; reoeipts 2,788 bales;
AUGUSTA, January 2.-Cotton strong
middling 19; reoeipts 650 bales; sales 800.
BALTIMORE, January 2.-Floor steady
and in fair demand. Wheat quiet and
unchanged. Corn-white 67(5)70; yel?
low 68@70. Pork firm, at 15.00. Ba?
con quiet-shoulders 7%. Lard 10.
Whiskey nominal, at 90. Cotton quiet
and firm-middling 19%; receipts 196
bales; sales 135; stock 3,580.
WILMINGTON, January 2.-Cotton quite
steady-middling 19; reoeipts 298 bales;
SAVANNAH, Jannary 2.-Cotton firm
middling 19%; low middling 18%(3)18%;
receipts 2,000 bales; sales 1,100; stock
BOSTON, Jannary 2.-Cotton dull
middling 20%; reoeipts 475 bales; sales
500; stook 8,500.
Revenne Stamps! Revenue Stamps!
ALL DENOMINATIONS for salo at the
UBual discount, at the SOUTH CAllO
LINA BANK AND TRUST CO._Deo 7
OrtniBARRELS of LIME, for salo low by
?UU JOHN AGNEW A BON.
... Dividend No. 7.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
OF COLUMBIA, S. C., December SO, 1871.
THE Board of Directors of the Carolina
National Bank of Columbia, S. C., bave
declared a semi-annual DIVIDEND of aix per
cent, on its capital stock, free of all United
Staten, State, County and municipal taxation
payablo on and after the 1st day of Januar:.
1872. W. B. GULIOK, Cashier.
? SS" Union copy throe times. Dec 31 3
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Decomber 2G, 1871.
AT a meeting of tho Directora of this Bank,
bold to-day, the following resolution was
passed : ??
Resolved. That a DIVIDEND OF BIX PER
CENT., (free from all taxes.) on the Capital
Stock of this Bank, bo declared out or tho
profits for the six months onding 1st Janu?
ary, 1872, and that TWO PER CENT. ADDI?
TIONAL on said Capital Btock bo takon from
the remainder of said profits, and carried to
the credit of Surplus Fund.
The Dividends will be paid on and aftor tho
let January promimo, at tho Banking House,
in the city of Columbia.
Dec 31 4_A. G. BRENIZER. Cashier.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococnlus Indiens Fish
Borries to raako sleepy or hnadacho._
I will sell all my stock
of DRf GOODS and
NOTIONS, at greatly
reduced prices, from
this date, as both mo?
ney and room are want?
ed for a large stock of
Spring Goods. Great
bargains will be of
I CA HOM NA NATIONAL BANK OF
COLUMBIA, B. C., Doccmbor 20, 1871.
THE annual moeting of tho Stockholders of
tho Carolina National Bank will bo hold
at its Banking Iloueo, in Columbia, on tho
SECOND TUESDAY of January noxt, hoing
tho 9th proximo. W. B. GULICK,
Dec 20 tbs_Cashier.^
Tho largest varioty of tnmblors, gob?
lets, wino and champagno glasses, at lees
than factory prices, nt D. C. Peixotto &
Go and inspeot the English and Fronch
ten, dinner and chamber sots, selling for
one-half their vaine, nt 1). C. Peixotto
? GENTLV DOBS IT. without pain or Inri.
I tatton. Un. WALKER'S VINKUAU UITTEU? re
I Hove the constipated bowel s ; at tho same
time so thoroughly toning their inner mem?
brane and restoring their moohsnio&l action,
! that it seems as if they bad been re-organ?
ised on an Improved plan. Yot the reanlt is
I eololy duo to naturo, roinforood and eua tai n
I ed by tho best Vegetable Alterative and
; Tonio that ever passed the lips of the sick
A Frunnt Breath ?ntl Pearly Teeth
are easily attained, and those who fail to
araH themselves of the moans, should not
complain when accused of gross nogleot. The
Bozodont will speedily eradioato the cause of
foul breath, beautifying and preserving the
teeth to oldest ago.
Many Hotase-lteepersf aro not awaro of
the deception praotioed in the manufacture
of Flavoring Extraots for culinary use. Many
of them are deleterious and impure. "Bur?
nett's Standard Extraots" are made from tho
finest specimens of the fruits and apioes they
represent, and are perfectly pure.
To Owners or Horses.-No one who has
ever used Dr. TobiaB' Horse Venetian Lini?
ment will be without it; it is a certain onre
for Colic Bore Throat, Cuts, Bruises and old
Sores. Warranted superior to any other. In
pint bottles, at $1.00. Sold by tho Druggists.
Depot, 10 Park Place, Now York.
Pratt's Aitrai Oil.-Not tho Cheapest, but
Safest and Best Illuminating Oil for family
uso ever raado. Burua in the ordinary kero?
sene lamp. Does not tako fire, nor explode if
the lamp is upset and broken. Send far Cir?
cular, Od Boase of Charles Pratt, established
1770. New York.
UUiey'i Liniment.-Of Arnica Hops, Car?
bolic Acid, acta as a universal extornat cure
all, aotiag on the nerves oounootod with tho
skin. It promptly relieves Neuralgia Pains,
Oleanses and Curos old Soros and Ulcers,
Flesh Wounds, turns, Bruises, Sprains, Ac
Sold everywhere, at 60 cents. Morgan A
Bisloy, Wholesale Druggists, Now York, Qen
eral Agon ts.
I.otr<l?* Bloom of Yo a th.-A most de
llghtfull toilet preparation for beautifying
tho skin; has boen established ovor ten yoare.
During that time, ovor 1,000,000 ladies have
used it; in evory instance, it haa given entire
satisfaction; it removes all imporfeotions,
tans, freokleB and sun-burns, giving the skin
a youthful appearance. Sold at all Druggists
and Fancy doods ?tores. Depot, 5 Gold
stroet, Now York.
Thank* to the Timely Discovery ol
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, tho hearts ol
many parents havo been made glad by wit?
nessing tho heno?eial effects which this re?
medy never fails to produco during the cr i ti
cal period of toothing.
OarboIIe Salve.-Nothing liko il evor
known before. Cures Cuta, Burna, Koren,
Wounds, Ac, like magic. Physicians speak
of it in terms of tho highest praise Price 21
oents por box. John F. Henry, Solo Proprie?
tor, 8 College Placo. Now York.
Physicians who havo proscribed Svapnia,
or Purified Opium, uso no other form ol
Opium in their practice
Crlatndoro'a Hair i>y?--if all his hain
wore livoB, Othello said, "my groat rovong<
u?th ?tC?l?Cll for ilium all." Dill hail ttlwt'i
gray or sandy, white or rod, tho ladies buv<
no stomach for at all. Uso Ohristadoro'i
Dyo, and tho ovil ia remedied. Manufactory
G8 Maidou Laue, New York.
The Pnrest anet Sweetest Coil Liver Ul
in tho world ia Hazard A Gaawell'a, inado ot
tho sea-shoro, from frosh, selected livors, bj
Caswell, Hazard A Co., Now York, lt ia ab
eolutoly puro and sweet. Patients who havi
ouoo taken it prefer it to all others. I'hyui
cians havo docided it superior to auy of th
othor oils in the markot.
Jouviii's Inodorous Kid Clove Clean?:
restores soilod O loves equal to now. For sal
by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
Price 25 cents por bottle. *F. C. Wells A Co,
New York.__Jan 3 jjjly
I3ERSON8 in want of a quiet, rctirod HOME
. can apply to Mia. 8. J. WYATT, on Plai
atrcct, near Pickoua, North side. Dec 20
Private Boarding House,
i>rW^t BY Mns- SAMUEL TOWN
?femffl^i BEND, Bonato street, Hontl
SWBCTB?JSSS' eaat of tho Capitol, ono squar
sBgSSSsmS^frcrn Main stroot, Columbif
8. C._Deo 2 3mj
MISS CORDELIA MORDEOAI, Columbii
8. C.. announces that hor establial
mont, South-west corner of Sumter and Lat]
streets, is preparad to accommodate BOARI
ERS, permanent and transient, whero tl:
taste and comforts of tho most fastidiot
will be guaranteed._Dec 31 fimo
Beautifully Illustrated and Bound.
fWgh HOUSEHOLD Tivlcsand Fairy Storh
"j? for Girls, in boxes and in single v<
Libraries of Advonturo and Scionco for tl
Young, iu boxes and in singlo volumes.
S?T~Beautiful Prosente for Christmas,
tho way of BIBLES, WRITING DEBKS, Li
DIES' WORK BOXES, PORTFOLIOS.
Thoso goods havo just boen opened at
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S Bookt?toro.
OF choico stock and truo to ?amo. Evo
varioty of aolectcd GARDEN, FIELD a:
FLOWER SEEDS. Having ovor 200 acres d
voted te seod growing, all wanting puro BOO
diroct from tho grower should aond their c
dora diroct to ua. Dcacriptive Catalogues a:
Prico List furnished on application.
COLLINS, DOWNS A CO.,
lill and 1113 Markot st., Philadelphia, Pa
Seod farms near Haddonfleld, N. J.
N. B.-Trado supplied on liberal toruiB.
Richardson's Law Reports,
VOL. I, Now Sorios. Stato cash prico,
Also, tho following now Law Books:
Brightly-Election CUBOS. $7.50.
Hilton Fixtures. $2.
Tylor on Infancy and Cover turo. $7.50.
Tyler on Ejectment and Advcrao Enji
Dwarria on Statutos and Constitute
Biahop'a Law of Married Women. $7..r>0
Languale's Select Cases on Contracts. $7.
Socond Volumo Brighllov'a Federal Digc
Ram's Logal Judgment. $5.00.
For salo at BRYAN A MoCARTER'd
OK BALES E*8TERN nAY, as linc au o
O?L? brought > this market,
2,000 lbs. Wheat Bran,
100 bushels Cow Peas, for salo at
Dec 15 t Main stree
/~1UNPOWD131t and English Broaki
\JT TEAS-tho beat imported-for aale b
_Dcc7 E. HOPI
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by tho |
lou or barrel. Also, in glasse, pints
quarts^ For aaletow. E. HOPI
QAA FEET OF LUMBER,
OUV/,UUU 60,000 root or well i
"mied Flooring on hand.
Orders for hath, und all kinds Lumber li
at short notico. Apply at our Lumber Y
on Lady street und U roon ville Kailroai
address W. LOWUY A CO.,
Out 28 .Imo Box 130, Columbia. S.
1C\C\i\ t,0ItL)H now on hand ami t<
,\JUU rive Parties need mt; wont:
bo supplied during Christmas week. Or
can bo loft, as usual, at W. C. Fisher's i
Bf oro, or at Co-operative Storo.
Doo 1<| JJHAS. E. THOMAS A t
Groceries, Winos and Liquors
AFULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FAa
GROCERIES, in all their varieties,
brands Champagnes, Wines, Liquors,
suitable for Christmas, on hand and tor
low, by_JOHN AGNEW A SC
Fresh Biscuits and Crackers.
ALARGE assortment and choice vat
just in and for salo low. E. HOI
FRESH Ground RYE FLOUR, for ?ah
_DooO E. HOI
An elegant lino of glass ornament
cloae consignments as soon ns pofis
nt D. C. Poixotto & Hon's.
1872. 1872. 1872.
WE RU ALL. COMMENCK ON
MONDAY, JANUARY 1,1872,
The Byatora of
And to do this,
OFFER ASTONISHING BARGAINS
R. G. SHIVER & 00.
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
I HAVE on hand a select
stock of WATCHES, JE WEI
_jRY, CL0CK8, 8ILYEB and PLATED
TKR&, which 1 will dispose of at mostrea
Bonahlo prices. Also, SPECTACLES to snit
REPAIRING in my lino done promptly and
on good toroid.
AU articles and work warrantod to bo as
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2d dour below PHOENIX office, Main street.
Get the Best !
MY Uno of WATCHES ia
now foll and completo, and
_?tho public ni&j oopund on
getting the bom at tho lowoet possible figur?n,
as my facilities aro such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I havo also in at oro and constantly arriving
all tho newout styles of Ladies* Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, Jet, Ac;
elegant designs in Chains, Bracelets, Charms.
Lockets, Ac; tho latest and most beautiful
patterns iu solid Silver and boavy Plated
Waro- Goods suited for bridal, hobday and
other presen talions.
Repairing in all branches, by thc beat work?
men and atroaaonablo rates.
_Oct_13_Columbia H o toi Bow.
AT Clarkaou'a Turn-Out, on tho Camdon
Branch of tho South Carolina Bailroad.
with tho bnildings attached, will bo routed
for ouo year, from tho 1st of January next.
Apply to THOMAS B. CLARKSON,
Dec 2? J2 0 Columbia, S. C.
Wilmington, Columbia & Aug'ta R. E.
OFFICE OF GEN'L SUPERINTENDENT,
WILMINGTON, N. C., Dec 28,1871.
ATTENTION of tho publio is o a Had io tho
fact that a new line ia opened to the
North via Wilmington, N. C. A train leaves
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta, Railroad
Depot, on Ocrvais street, at G.20 P. M., daily,
(Sundays excepted.) Bleeping Car attached.
By this train, passengers nave choico of
routes from Weldon eta Bay Line or Rich?
Attontion of shippers is alao called to thia
now route, which makes conneotion at Wil?
mington with Northern porta by railroad and
with first class steamers, which can lay imme?
diately at tho Company's wharves, thereby
preventing drayage. For information, inquire
of Mr. T. W. Jonos, Agent. Offioe at the depot.
Dec 30 JOHN C. WINDER, Gen. Bnp't.
C., C. and A. B.R.Co.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., December 29,1871
COUPONS for interest on Bonds of this
Company, due on first January, will bo
&aid at tue Central Bank, in this city, or at
ational City Bank, Now York.
Doc 29 5_Treasurer.
TUE undersigned have formed a partner?
ship in the practice of law, under the
KION & THOMAS.
And will givo careful consideration and at?
tention to any business entrusted to their
charge. Onice at Banskett's building, on
JAMES H. RION. JOHN P. THOMAS.
COLUMIIIA, 8. C., November 16,1871.
State of South Carolina-Fairfield Co.
The State of South Carolina, plaintiff, vs. the
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Company,
and ot hors, croditors.-Order for Sale, Ac.
BY virtue of a decretal order in the above
stated case, all the creditors of the
bpartanburg and Union Railroad Company
aro required to provo and establish their de?
manda against tho said Company, before ns,
aa Special Referees, at the law office of James
H. Rion, Esq., in Winnsboro, S. C., on tho
2Gth, 27th,28th, 20th and 30th days of Decem?
ber, A. D. 1871. and on tho 23d, 24th, 25th,
2fith. 27th and 28th days of January, A. D.
1872. JAMES M. BAXTER.
THOMAS B. JETER,
Nov 2G Special Referees.
COLUMBIA MALE ACADEMY.
Classical and Idatfieinatical School.
THE exercisos will be resumed
on TUESDAY, January 2. 1872.
|Tho studies embrace a full High
?School course, including Fronen.
'For particulars, apply to tho un?
dersigned, at thc Academy.
HUGH S. THOMPSON, Principal.
Pickles, Fruits and Vegetables.
-| pr (\ DOZEN, in glass and cans, of tho
lt)v" choicost kinds, as follows: English
Piccalili and Chow Chow; California Apricots
and Bartlott Pears; Pino Apolos, fresh reach?
es, Plums, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Green
Corn, Asparagus, Spanish Olives. Capers'
Worcester Saneo, French and English Mus?
tard, Dessicated Cocoanut, Chocolate Paato,
Ensenen Coffee, Ac; all fresh and for Bale low
for cash. E. HOPE.
mills art ?clo, prepared bv tho ATLANTIC 1
JL their Ohomiat, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENE
odored at tho reduced prico of s)*? per ton c
1872, freo of interest.
Oi dora filled now will bo considered as cash
ber, 1872, thereby enabling planters to haul it
i ?dio- l'KI.'/.Kit,
Jan 2 Hmo
, THIIIS FERTILIZER, manufactured by tho i
L tho direction of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JU
ing community at tho VERY REDUCED PRIG
1ST NOVEMBER, 1872, FREE OF INTEREST.
This FortiHzer has boen very extensively UBI
lion; some of tho most practical planters adm!
All saloa made now will bo considered as
buying on limo, the salo will bo considered as
By this arrangement, planters will bo onahh
at a timo whon thoir wagons and mules are id
those who havo need tho Atlantio Phoaphato v
COPELAND A BEARDEN, Agents, Columbi
Tumbling Down Prices in Clothing |
THE undersigned beg loave to inform their
many friends ?nd patrons that they have
eonoluded to reduce their large and varied J
Stock Of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hats
and Gents' Furnishing Goods, in order to
ni ? ko room for a fresh arrival; and ?ill,
therefore, dispose of their goods at prioes to
suit the most skeptical. Thoy take further
pleasure in stating to the public that thoir
stook consists of such goods as can be fully
warranted, and comprises goods from the
lowest to the finest grades. We make special
mention of our largo assortment of OVER?
COATS, and persons in want of this necessary
appondage will do well by calling early at the
popular Clothing Houso of
STRAUS di UKO.,
Doo 24 Under the Columbia Hotel.
A LIBERAL TRANSLATION
VERY BEST AND CHEAPEST
ABTIOI.ES IN THE
DRY GOODS LINE
WE have just returned from the North
(the second time this fall) with the 1
largest and bcBt Une of DEY GOODS we ever
havo bad tbe pleasure of offering to this mar?
ket. Every department is crammed full of
choice goods of every style, kind and variety.
A big stock of DRESS GOODS and Mons*
Wear-they are in store and must be sold.
Also, Furs, Cloaks, Shawls, Flannels, Skirts,
Blankets, Table Linen and Domestio Goods of
all kinds. Notions-a large, very large stock.
EVIDENCE.-Our friends teU us every day
that we seU the beBt and cheapest goods in
the city; and, as we keep no flash goods, but
do business in a plain, straightforward way,
it will be to your interest to purchaBO your
Nov 2_POSTER & STEELE.
ONLY NEKD TO BB SEEN
TO BE APPRECIATED.
Coats, Pants and Vests
Very Latest Styles,
AND an assortment to select from larger
than any ovoi soon in this city. Our stock of
Is nearly as largo as tho combined Btccks in
this city, comprising ovorything now and
8UITS made for our own trade that will flt,
and at pricos that will please.
UNDER GARMENTS, Gloves, Hear ra, Dress?
ing Gowns, Ac
Our stock ia so largo that wo aro deter?
mined to reduce it, even at a sacrifloe.
Nov 5 R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
IF you neglect a cough or a cold, howover
Blight, consumption, that great destroyor,
will be sure to follow. The inscription upon
the tomb-stone will be in the following start?
"DIEU FBOH A NEOLECTED Couan.'
Stanley's celebrated COUGH SYRUP will
cure coughs, colds, asthma, throat affections,
when no other preparation will. Try a bot?
tle. Prepared only by
Nov 25 j E. H. HE1N1T3H, Druggist.
LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
On Salo at
W, K, GREENFIELD'S REPOSITORY.
THE Baggy stock embr?eos everything,
from the plain, substantial Concord style
to a light, elegant trotting buggy. Four
?assenter vehicles in large variety, including
rownells, Rockaways, Phaetons, Victorias,
and a new stylo of four-seat Buggy. Tin-*
stock ie all fresh from the factories, is of tho
ladest design, and, not least important, ia
boiug sold at very low prices. Dec 20
PHOSPHATE COMPANY, nuder direction of
;L, for composting with Cotton Seed, is now
lash, or *31 por ton, payable 1st November,
1st March, 1872, or on time as duo 1st Novom
at a timo when their wagons and mules aro
KUOCIRR8 A CU., General Agents,
Brown's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, nmlor
LIEN RAVENEL, is now offered to tho plant
E OF ??S PER TON O ASH, or ?3? PAYABLE
)d in this Stalo, and baa given outiro satiafac
Itting it to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound
cash ou the 1st of Marob, 1872, and to those
duo on 1st Novembor, 1872.
ni, without extra cost, to haul their manure
lo. Pamphlets containing the certificates of
rill bo furnished on application to the Agonts.
RUDQBRS di CU.. General Agenta,
Brown's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
la, S. C. Jan 2 3mo
(Hoging Out Consignment*.
BY D. G. FBLXOTTO & SCH.
TO-UOBBOW [Thursday] HORNING, al ll)
o'clock, wo will sell, without reservo, to c) ?. u
D. 8. Shoulders,
Prime Breakfast Strip?,
Smoked Beef, Cheese,
Prime Mountain Butter,
Barrels Familj Flour, Kita and Barrels
ff Tieroes of Prime Bice-sold on account
A lot of Stoves, Sewing Machines, Ac., Ac.
Terms oaah. _Jap 8
Sale Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
The State of South Carolin a, plaintiff, against
the Spartanburg and union Baiiroad com?
pany and others, creditors, defendants.
TN obedience to an order dated 15th day of
JL November. 1871, paused hythe Hoc. James
M. Rutland, Judge of the 4th Oirocit, of the
State of Booth Oarollna.the undersigned will
soil, on the FIB8T MONDAT in February,1872,
at Unionville, in the County of Union, in the
State of South Carolina, before the Court
Houae door, between the hours of ll o'clock
in the forenoon and 8 o'clock in the afternoon,
at public outcry, tb tho higheat bidder, the
whole of tho SPARTAN BU HQ AND UNION
RAILROAD, including tho Road-bed, Bight or
Way, Grading, Bridge?, Masonry and Super
atructure, ljinff and situate in the Counties
of Fairfield, Union and Spartanburg; all tho
stock subscribed for io the Spartanburg and
UnionlUilroad Company ; the chartered rights
and privileges thereof; tho railroad spikes,
chairs and equipments, and all tho property
owned by said company, aa incident or neces?
sary for its business, ou the following terms,
to wit: Twenty-five thousand ($25.000) dol?
lars oaah, and the balance in three equal
semi-annual instalments, with interest on
each instalment from the day of sale, to bo
secured by the bond of the purchaser, with a
mortgage of the entire property sold. The
purchaser will also bo required to pay for all
stamps and papers.
If the highest bidder should fail to pay at
once the twenty-five thousand ($25.000) dol?
lars aforesaid in cash, the property hereinbe?
fore advertised will immediately be offered,
at the time and place above mentioned, upon
the terms already etated, for ro-salo.
JAMES M. BAXTER.
THOMAS B. JETEB,
The Boy?l Fam?lyT
PRINCESS BOYAL, born November 21,
Prince of Walos, born November 9,1841.
Princess Alice, born April 15.1843.
Frince Alfred, born August 6,1844.
.? nawoQB ^........, ..o... ~. - ^. ?M., ?. i.i.
Princoas Louisa, bom March 18,1818.
Princo Ar th m. born May 1,1850.
Prince Leopold, bora April 7.1853.
Princess Beatrice, boin April 14,1857.
Tho Crowning Glory of Sb is the "QUEEN'S
The Blood of the Nation made pure by
using HEINITSH'S "QUEEN'S DELIGHT"
and his BLOOD and LIVER PILLS.
Nov 29_ i
A Serions Disturbance.
THERE is no narellel in the recorded pages
of history of an invasion, so gonoral and
complete in its destructiveness, and ono
which has called forth the united paens of a
grateful people, of "good will and peace," aa
the invaaion of "Turkey in Greece." on the 25th
day of Deoombor, 1871. Like a'l invasions,
whero to tho "victor belongs tho spoils," a
rc-actionary nm vernen t ia tho consequence,
and is followed by a general gastronomic dis?
turbance of the victors, very serious in its re?
sults. Turkey gono. and further delighta
have givon place to HICK HEADACHE, SICK
STOMACH, DERANQED LIVER, and a gen
oral disturbance of tho system. Heimtsh,
the famous Drug Man. always ready with a
remedy for all tho "illa," prescribes bia
BLOOD and LIVER PILLS as a gontle aperi
ieut and dinner Pill; promotes digestion,
cleanaoa and purifica tbo blood. Only 25 cent?
a box. For salo only at
Doo 27_t_HEINIT8H'S Drug Store.
THE subscribers, having this day formed a
copartnership, to be known and styled as
HOWIE A ALLEN, and having leased for a
term of years tbo shops and machinery, and
bought the materials on tho premises former?
ly occupied by James M. Allen, are prepared
to enter into contracts for building or tho
finishing of all shop-made materials, such aa
BLINDS, Doors, Sash, Window Frames, ?c.,
Ac. Also, the Dressing of Lumber, Scroll
Sawing and Turning, and would respectfully
solicit a sharo of the public patronage.
HOWIE <fc ALLEN.
BJonN M. HOWIE, EDWABS Am.KN.
COLUMBIA., November 13,1871.
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of Sooth Caro?
In the matter of James 8. G. Mayrant, Bank?
AWABRANT in bankruptcy has been
issued by said Court against the catate
of James S. G. Mayrant, of tho County of
Richland, of the State of South Carolina, in
said Dietrict, adjudged a bankrupt, on tho
potition of his creditors, and the payment of
any debts, and tho delivery of any property
belonging to said bankrupt, to him, or to his
use, and the transfer of any property by bim
are forbidden by law. A meeting of tho
creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
debts and choose one or more assignees ot
bis estate, will be held at a court of bank?
ruptcy, to bo holden at Columbia, in said
District, on the third day of JANUARY, A. D.
1872, at ll o'clock A. M., at the offico of C. J.
Jaeger, one of the registers in bankruptcy of
said court. L. E. JOHNSON,
Deo 9 Jan 3 Marshal, Meaaenger.
MI OFFER for salo tho moat desirable
RESIDENCE in tho city, known as tho
"Walker place," situated on Uppor
Boundary street, near tho ?'air Grounds.
Will sell the Residence with four or six aerea
attached, aa may bo dod.red; an excellent
Well, and Ont-honeos in completo repair.
The Orchard comprises several hundred trees
or select fruits. Apply to
RICHARD O'NEALE, JR.,
Deo 15 Cotton Town.
ALL persona h iving left jobs of repairing
of JEWELRY. WATCHES, Ao., must call
for them within thirty days, from dato, or tho
articles will bo sold at public auction for
amonnt of renaira duo on thom.
_Deo 20thB8* A. W. WEHBHAN.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Bee
EN proferonco to London Portoi ?nd Scotch
Ale. Why? Thoy know it is unadulterated
^ THE largest and moat varied
y&m^O??: stock of Southern acclimated
Jjgggfg FRUI t' TREES, adapted to out
4?a7saBr35B??i>il and climate, consisting of
*"*1WWt>0Appka, Peaches, Pears, Plums,
Almonds, Apricots and Nectarines, irom tho
oarliest to tho latest; Cherrios, Quinces, Figs,
Hasle Nuts, English Walnuts and Spanish
Chestnuts, several Uno varieties; Grape Vine?,
embracing choico tablo kinda; Strawberricu
and Raspberries, EvorgreeuB, in great variety,
for ornament and for comoteries; Roses-all
tho best: Dahlias,Gladiolas, Lilies, Ac; Or?
namental Flowering Sin tibs, Asparagus and
Horao Radish Roots, Osuge Orange and Ma?
cartney Roao, for bedgec. Choioe Fruit Treea
of all kinda, which will boar the first season ir
transplanted carly, will bo famished at modo
rato prices. A nen priced catalogue sont to
all arno apply.
Persona wielling, will please apply direct to
tho proprietor. WM. SUMMER,
Dec 13 +2mo_Pomaria, 8. C.
Pipes ! Pipo? ?!
US^f\n INDIAN OLAY PIPES, for
sale low to dosiers.
Nov 23_JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Tko oitizens of Columbia nnd sur?
rounding conntry are requested to exa?
mine the hoavieat stock of glass, Cbiua,
granito and earthen-ware over boforo
presented in HUH city, nt D. C. Peixotto
A superb lino of large and heavy Eng?
lish ewers and basins, at prices that will
amaze yon, at D. C. Peixotto & Son's.