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claiini,.i>etoe tho4eueva bWt#,;*M t
?ive of exorbitant demanda. Tbe Ofees
8 i n?es depresses} American atookb. ;ttl-rJ
Roberts WAS ipauiguraUd President of
the Republic of Liberia op Kew Tear'?.
Tba ?hip .Almora, of St; John'v, for
New Brnnswiok, was barned at ee<. It
is f eared all are Jost. ., . ' ." V '
M?najp, January 29. -The ?apital and
provinoee aro quiet.
! *HHM?B nmtiiw^ '
BOSTON, Jannnrj 08.-Jabies W.Hen?
ry; a turfman.' waa throw? from bia
baggy, and, it is feared, fatellyjnjared.
OIHUH?HATI, .??aij*ry > S8.**-.?.lis an?
nouncement of the passage of the Sooth?
er n Railroad bill can8od great rejoicing
throughout Central Kentucky,
i WASHINGTON, January 29.-A, brass
and hardwire ! factory and Moran &
Powell's,' tobacco factory, on Second
Btre?t, were bar ned today; lot? $127.000.
.Kaw YOBS, January 29.-An English-,
man who lodged with Panorma, who
waa. recently murdered, suicided. H?
disavowed any connection with the mor?
Tbe ?teamer Gen. Barnes, hence for
Savannah,* has returned' with a broken
shalt, is i . . - ...
An unusual number of murders and
robberies were committed on Saturday
and Sunday nights.. It is snowing, to?
day, wi?h ?jga??.?ropi the Nortbrwc**.
The Herald special says Cortina denies
revolotionrsts ;(were" "defeated in" a flight
between GauVargo ?od MpR- . Martial
law has jbeea doohured in San Louis.. An
additional disaster to Profiriro- Diaa is
repdrted. A meeting . o? . tbe Federal
Gquuoil of the International reports
show rapid growth?- Forty new unions
have been formed d')ring the month.
INDIANAPOLIS, January' 29.-Norman
S. liddy, Secretary of State of Indiana,
is dead, tu . : 1
GrjiorNHAtr, January 29.-Judge Emer
eon ?ecidoa that the laws punishing con
spiraqieaagainst the ; revenue are barred
by Irte, not two years.
Nsw ORLEANS, January 28.-The Con
gresaional Committee arrived mst even
ing, and are stopping at the St. Charles.
Thomas A. Boo?, of .the Pennsylvania
Cenital, H. S. MoOomb, and other rail?
road magnates^ bave also arrived.
The Boys' House of Ref ? ge was burned
to-day ; loss estimated at $20,OOO.
GALVESTON, January 26.-The Cham
ber of Commerce memorializes Congress,
asking that tho ootton tariff be ref anded.
The schooner William Tell upset on
the 25th i '1'he.cup tain and two passen
gers were drowned. . . ' ; * 11
It was freezing yesterday, and snow
fell during tho night. There was a heavy
snow atorra on the -24th at Austin and
WASHINGTON, January SS.-The Se?
nate ia discussing a resolution to bring
derelict Ea Klux witoesses to the bar of
In tho 'Hooae, under the regular call,
a bil} was introduced, removing tbe po?
litical-disabilities of Martin J. Crawford, i ?
of Georgia. Jj
Senator Morten has gone Nortb, to
lecture. Upon his return the Vanoe
Abbott contest from North Carolina will
The Supreme Court, to-day, delivered . (
an opinion Against what is known as the j,
Drake amendment, wbioh in-effect pro?
hibits the reception by the -Oonrt of
Claims of evidence of amnesty and par?
don on the part of suitors, but allows
the opposite party, to refer to snob, am?
nesty and pardon, as evidence of dis-,
loyalty-unless at the., ti me of receiving
the pardon apd amnesty tho recipient
protested'against tbe implication of pre?
vious disloyalty con tai nod in the offioial
docnmonV The Coori adverted ta the
proclamation of Linaoiu, ol' 18G3, which
granted amneoty and pardon, on condi?
tion of taking the oath, etc., with the
restoration of property, excepting in
Blares; - The Oonrt asserts the fall power .,
of the President ta to granting pardon j,
and amnesty-the .oooeptanoo of which
cannot, it Bays, be rendered of no effect
by legislation of Congress.
WABIPNOTOH, January 29-Evening.- ,
The Bopreme Court issued an order upon j,
the Secretary of the Treasury to show
why a writ of mandamus should not
isBue tb pay Kentnoky'e war debt,
Probabilities-The barometer will pro?
bably continue to rino on Tuesday from
New England to Florida, with cold
North-west winds, diminishing in force.
Rising barometer, with clearing weather
and North-west winds, will prevail on
the lakes. Tbe Northerly winds will
veer to the East, with increasing oloady
weather on the Gulf coast. Dangerous
winds are not anticipated for to-night on
the Sooth Atlantic or Golf coasts.
Brisk North-west winds will prevail on
the middle and East Atlantic.
In the Senate, a resolution for adjourn
ment on the 29 th of May was referred to
the Committee of Ways and Means; the
Dem?crata, free traders and revenue re?
formers voting for reference; whiob is re?
garded as a defeat of the measure.
Several individual disability bills were
passed. The House apportionment bill
was passed with a single amendment,
that States depriving male citizens of
their franchises, shall suffer proportion?
ate loss of representation. Amnesty
-was made the special order for to-mor?
In the House, bills were introduced
granting woman suffrage (by Butler); re?
pealing the tax on spirits distilled from
fruits; granting lands for a road from
Decatur, Ala., to Macon, Ga.; ronowmg
land grants to the Gulf and Ship Island
Railroad; making half of customs paya?
ble in legal tenders. Vorbeos presented
a bill dedaring Spain and Cuba bellige?
rents, nnd allowing vessels to bear their
respective flags in United Stales waters.
Considerable colloquy followed, showing
a favorable, disposition, but nu unwill?
ingness to adopt tho measure, in tho
shape proposed, or until tho Committed
tft ^^M^IM.! 78 ;
naya, 1?9. Tho DVA waa then referred
ry is dead. ...
MEMPHIS, January 29^AUxie arrived
on Friday las?, and ?ailed (or New Or?
leans on Saturday, ii od A ?
The boiler of the Southern oil works
exploded, killing two r.sgroen.
CINCINNATI, January 29.-Blackburn,
who murdered his mistress near Chilli
oothe, baa been sentenced to imprison?
ment for life.
NEW YORK, January 29-Evening.
Jo?. B. Lyman, agrie ul tu tal editor of
the Tribune, is dead.
I Small-pox is fatal and virulent in Ho?
boken and Union Hill, New Jersey.
Wm. Thompson, formerly adjutant
under Gen. Jackson, and once a wealthy
broker of New Orleans, waa found in a
small office on Broadway, sick, destitute
and nearly starved. He was taken to
the hospital. He is eighty years of age.
Stokes was arraigned to-day. His
counsel argues for no/to prosegu?, on ac?
count of irregularities by the coroner
and the grand jury. Th ore was a long
argument. The judge took the papers,
and adjourned the case to Thursday.
TER KI ij LB BOILER EXPLOSION IN FLO?
RIDA-FIVE, MEE KILLED AND ONE
WOUNDED.--We learn the foll a win g par- I
tioulare of a terrible boilererplosioo, at?
tended with loss of life, from tho Jack?
sonville (Fla. jj Union, ot the 25th iuBt. :
On Tuesday morning last, a tram of
six flat oars, drawn'by a dummy engine,
left Hardy's Log' Camp, situated ou the
river, about-llf teen miles above Jackeon- I
ville, and arrived nt the loading wharf, i
four miles back in 'the woods, about S
o'clock: 1 The train was louded with logs 1
and started from tho. camp,.the engine
pushing the train. .After proceeding a !
few hundred yards it stopped at the i
water tank and took in water, and, while j
so doing, the boiler of the engine ex* ;
ploded and was shattered tb pieces. At j i
the time of the explosion, Mr. J.
O'Hearn, acting engineer, wason the en-11
gino, standing with his hand pu the I ;
throttle-valvo, E. Linn, the engineer, I <
stood by Mr. O'Hearn, Alex; Austin, ! j
colored, was engaged in deaning out the j
flues of the boiler, and David Hatcher,
colored, was at tho brakes. Austin and I -
Hatcher were killed instantly-Hatcher's 1
body being found seventy-five yards dis- j
tant. Linn was thrown about ?. feet i
beyond O'Hearn, terribly scalded. Ho I ',
was sensible and able to speak when I I
found, but died a few moments after
O'Hearn. Capt. W. T. Adams, the ge-1 I
ueral superintendent Of the camp, form- 11
arly book-keeper at Hardy's Milts, stood J
near the engine, and, it ia supposed, was 1i
in the act of stepping upon the engine
when the explosion took placo. He was I
thrown a distance of six feet from the j i
engine, into the' well, from whioh the 1
tanks are supplied, and.instantly killed.
SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF.-Sup- ]
posing your age to be fifteen or there
abouts, I can figure you np'to a dot. e
Yon have 160 bones and 500 muscles; \
four blood weighs 25 pounds; your
heart is five i oohes i u length and three ]
inches in diameter; it beats seventy ?
times per minute, 4,200 times per hour,
100,800 per-day, and 86.722,200 per -
year. At each beat, a little over two J
Dunnes of blood is thrown out of it; and
saoh day it receives and discharges 11
?bout seven tons of that wonderful fluid. ]
Your lungs will contain a gallon of air, 1
?nd you inhale 24,000 gallons per day. I \
rhe aggregate surface of ?the air cells of
your lungs, supposing them to be spread I g
ant, exceeds 20,000 square inches. The *
weight of your brain, is three pounds;
when you are a man, it will weigh about f
sight ounces more. Your nerves exoeed
10,000 iu number. Your skin is com- f
posed of three layers, and .varies from I s
one-fourth to one-eighth of ?o ipch ?U
thickness. The area of yoar akin iv
about 1,700 square inches, and you are I c
?Ubjeoted to au atmospheric pressure af c
fifteen pounds to the square inoh. Eaoh I j
square inch bf your akin contains 8.500 t
sweating tfabes perspir-*%y porea? t
sach of which may bo likened to a little I a
iraintilo one-fourth of an iooh long, -
making an aggregatelebgth of th? entire 1
surface of your body of 201,166 feet, orT
? tile ditoh for draining the body almost
forty milos long._
Of all tho sensational performances of
tho present day, that of the Prussian
Hercules, Herr Holtum, at tho Holborn
a.mpitheatre, is described as tho most
striking. There have been many per?
formers of the gun triok, but the cannon
sf Herr Holtum ia not a trick, but a rc?
di ty. A siege gun, drawn into the arena
i>y two horses, is loadod by au artillery-1
man, and in sight of the audionoe a can?
non ball of twenty pounds' weight is in?
serted. Then Herr Holtum walks lo the
apposite side, and, standing face to the
nuzzle, givoB the command "Fire!" and
iure enough, after a flash and a boom,
vhioh shakes the building, tbe cannan
jail is caught by the Piussian Hercules.
_)n ono occasion-oither through some
?light error in the management of the
mo, or owing to the charge of powder
joiug too great-the oannon hall passed
iver Herr Helium's head, instead of
pto his hands, and, as if to provo
bat "there was really no deception,"
tarried away a portion of oue of the
A WOMAN PL?NOES HER INFANT INTO
iloiLiNo WAIEB -Becoutly, tho wife of
Aliarles B. Coates, nt Mar bitmead, Mass.,
vhilo left alone with hor two children
br a few moments by her attendant,
ook the youngest child, about seven
nonths old, und plunged it in a kettloof
miling wntor whioh stood upon tho
itove, causing tho death of the child in
du>ut fifteen minutos. Tho mother hus
leen insano for tho past six mouths.
A meek, uncomplaining woman, in
Columbus, Ohio, attempting to gently
lorsuado her husband with thu ton of
1er boot, missed her murk, und kicked
tor child into eternity.
. ec?TWrriA^'8. O'., Januaryr29^8aT*?
o?. ; ?ritten, to-day, . 75. balT-iaidulio^
LONDON, January 29-Noon.-Con??le
92??. Bond, flat, ?t Q2. . "Y
PARIS, January 2D.-lien tes 56f. 95o.
LrvBBPooii, January 29-8 P. M.-Cot?
ton opened firm and is now etropg-ap?
lauda 10%; Oricana ll. Shipping at
New Orleans 11J?; nearly due from New
NEW YOBS, January 29-Noon.- I
Stocks weak. Governments dall bat ?
steady. Money 6@7. Gold steady, at I
9*?. Exchange-long 9; short 9%.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
quiet and ?rm.. Corn a shade- Armer.
Pork ateady-moas 14.60. Lard firm, at
9>?@9%? Cotton firmer-uplands 22??;
Orleans '?2}?; salea 1,620 bales. Freights
NEW YORK, January 28.-Beceipta at
all porte 120,813 bales, against 118,887
bales last week, 94,625 hales the previous
week, and 110,628 bales three weeks
since. Receipts since September 1,H24,
045 bales, against 2,198,213 bales for the
corresponding period of tho previous
year-a decrease of 374,169 bales. Ex
ports from all ports for the week 81,121
bales, against 105,823 bales for the same
week last year. Total exports for tho
eipired portion of the cotton year
98,616 balee, against 1,825,309 bales fdr
the same time last year. Stock at all
ports 535,606 bales, against 566.012
bales, same dates last year. Stock at
interior towns 94,483 bales, against 128,
24S bales last yeur ut the same lime
Cotton in Liverpool 491,000 -balen,
against 565,000 bales last year. Amen
eau cotton afloat for Qreat Britain 197,
000 bales, against 326,000 bales lust year
Indian oottou afloat for Europe 224,000
bales, against 89,107 bales last year.
7 P. M.-Money 7. Sterling dull, at
d. Gold quiet, ut O^f^?^. Govern
menta dosed at ??c. advaaoe-62s 10%
States very, quiet und steady. Cotton
[?rea; sales 3,186 bales-uplands 20 J?
Orleans 22)?. Flour dull and unchanged
Whiskey firmer, at D4@94J?. Wheat
lull aud heavy-winter red Wostern
1.60@ 1.65. Oom lc. higher. Bloc
juiet. Pork a shade .firmer, at 14.50(3)
14 62. Freights a shade firmer. Lard
M KM PHIS, January 29.-Cotton active
-middling 11%<&21%\ receipts 1,995
bales. - I ]
SAVANNAH. January 29.-Cotton very
irregular and in good demand-middling ( I
ll@21Ji; sales at 21.^; receipts 3,098
aalen; salea 2.200; atouk 67,161.
COAIUJKSTON, Jauuary 29.-Cotton
lr m -middling 21; receipts 2,072 boles; lc
tales 500; atouk 31,124. | i
AUOUHTA, January 29.-Cotton firm
tod in fair demand-middling 20>?@
10%; receipts 1,000 bales; sales 450.
MOBILE, January 29.-Cotton firm
niddliug 21j?; receipts 1,961 bales; sales
1,500; stock 63,530.
BAIJTIMOKE, January 29.-Cotton lt
drong-middling 22(^22^; receipts Ji
1,010 bales; sales 585; stock 3,358.
NEW ORLEANS, January 29.-Cotton 1
itrong-middling 21 J. .< 1 % ; receipts t
r,561 bole?;, aalee?00; atook 225,387. 1
NqBJro?LKv Jowmjy ?9.?U0otton .Arm- ?
ow', middling.20J4?? receipts 1,848 boles; I r
?1OB3?0; eto?k^OO: V
BOSTON, .January 20.-^-Cotton dull- f
niildjing 22f? ; receipts 885 bales; sales s
100; stock 9,600. t
CIUCJUINATI, January 29.r-1?ork-de- a
uand light and -holders firm, at 13.50
jard 9@Q}?. Bacon-sides 7j??@8; now
told }-?v. highur; shoulders 6%. Wbis
cey steady-, at 88. . ' ' '; '
GAnyE8TOH? January 21).-Cotton fifm
;ood ordinary-19%-, receipts 1,081 bales;
Psn?lmSSSW$>, ' I January 29,- Cotton
lrm--mltidlhig 22^ \
Wu?il?ixjtoN, Ju n a art 29.-Cot ton
irm-middling 21; receipts 115 bale?;
ales 100; stock 4,145.
NEWSPAPERS IN THE HAILS.-By a re
?nt decision of the Post Office Depart
nent, the law regarding sending newspa?
pers by mail has beeu more dearly de~
Inad tuan it has heretofore stood. No
tame or m?morandum can be made on
. newspaper inside of the wrapper on
rhich the address is writteu. lt ia bare
y pormineible to mark un artiole with
>en or pencil. More than this subject?
he paper to lotter postage, and the vi o
ator to a fine. No printed card, hand
nil or advertisement, no written notice,
etter, or slip of any kind whatsoever
oust be folded in tho paper. To do any
>f those things is to violate the low.
Printed slips pasted ou the outside, or
olded in papers or periodicals, soliciting
lotices, are also violations of the law
lenders of transient papers can send
?undies of printed matter by weight, or
raosient postage charges, but must not
end any written matter in suoh bundles,
t will save expense and inconvenience
o parties concerned to bear this ruling
if tho Department io mind.
In an article on a recent fair in that
i ty. the editor of a Macon paper says a
?rother editor took a valuable premium,
tut an unkind policeman made him put
t right back where he took it from.
On the evening of tho 21th instant, ona
'. M. Porcher, under cover of night, tnado a
owardly attack, with au unwarrantable wea
ou,upon my fathor, E. W. Heihels -tho latter
eing unarmed. And inasmuoh as the above
?ontionsd individual has nineo seen flt to ab
ent himself from thia community, thereby
vading the responsibility which his dastardly
induct had incurred, 1 denounce tho said
'. M i'orohor, among all honorable men, as a
oUroon aud coward. J. T. SEIDELS.
Coi.u M m A, K. 0., January 29, 1S72.
Jan 30 1
Coat! Goal! Coal!
TUST received, a full supply of first quality
COAL, grate size. For sale in huge or
tur.ll quantities. J iSUPIl CREWS
Jun HO ll
?50,000 to Loan,
3N OOO li COLLATERAL. Apph ?it
Jan2:i CITIZENS'SA VINOS HANK.
riowiTFxgrxs TO BB DEAD.-Among
tho proieinint viaitore-who av* passiog
tba holiday a Trith their friends and rela?
tions in tbjs city is Mr. Oeofl 0---, pf
Browerton, N. x. About five years ago
Mr. went boating on Oneida Lake
with two of his oom panions. They un?
moored tho boat and rowed for the dis?
tance of two miles, to an island that
lifted itself from the waves. Here they
spent a few hours in colleotlng shelis and
botanic speoimons, until a black, than
der-lade? olood in the West warned
them that a violent storm was brewing,
and they speedily set ont upon their re?
turn. They bad nearly reached the
main land when their little oraft waa
turned keel upward by a squall, and the
party was left straggling and panting in
Mr. 0- saw his two companions
swimming toward the shore, and at?
tempted to follow them, but in fain. A
delightful sensation of repose took pos?
session of him. Then all waa chaos,
Blankl He was resoned by his com?
panions, and upon his return to con
EoiooBneas he attempted tu open his eyes
-to move his bauds-to speak, but
found himself unable to command a
muscio. As he lay in this condition,
memory pictured to him all that had
transpired up to the moment when be
became insensible. Then be marvelled
whether he was alive or dead. What
meant this bush? thia chill? this black
? ess or darkness that enveloped him?
Where was he? What was he? Would
it be always thus?
Time passed on, and be felt his
thoughts and idea? oontraeting into a
narrower and narrower sphere, until no
thing but the one central knowledge of
existence continued to assert itself. But
suddenly a crash, as if all the Titan
thuuder-godo had blown their trumpets
iu unison, smote upon his hearing
deluge of light, like the concentrated
rays of a million suns, burst upon his
vision; there was a severing of soi.' and
sense; and ho stood in spirit beside his
violet strewu coffin, and read the inscrip?
tion: "Cecil C-, born in Baltimore,
Md., June 29, 1846, died at Bro warton,
t?. Y., .Tune 27, 1866, aged twenty
rears." through the oval glass of the
icad of . he casket bo oonld eee bis face
frozen into the white rigidity ef death.
His rriends and relatives were seated
irou .J the room, and the pustor was
preaching a touching funeral sermon, in?
terrupted now and then by the sobs of
lis listeners. Through* the open window
.be glory of a summer day was drifting
u fragrant with tho sweet breath from
he clover fields, and musical with the
tongs of birds. He Baw? latent beauty
n everything he looked upon, nnd a
a tout melody in every sound he heard
md he realized how orndeand imperfect
ire all our dreams of happiness in the
lesb OK compared with those which the
Bat, like a flash of ligbtniug, there
tame a loss of identity again-utter au
lihilation for an unoertain lapse of time;
ind when be again awoke to a sense of
lis oondition, bis spirit once more te
muted his body. His coffin had been
lorne to the cemetery, and ho beard the
exton preparing to lower him to bia last
eating-place in tho duBt.
Now, for the first time, a great horror
ell opon him. He waa to be entombed
dive-to be left alone with the night and
be terror, and tho grim company of
keletons mouldering around bim. He
rould regain consciousness when too
5.tc; would strike the close walls of the
irison, bat to no purpose; call, and
here would be no answer; pray, and the
rery heavens would ba pitiless; shriek,
ear bis flesh with bia fingers, carse, and
Summing np all bis will, be utilized it
n a last effort to break the spell that had
eized him, and with suocess. He waa
esoned from bis impending doom, aud
reeks of watchful nursing Drought him
?eek to the foll enjoyment of his fdrmer
tealtb.-Fort Wayne (Ind.) Sentinel.
"You'll gTow up ugly if you make
aces," said a maiden lady to her little
ieee. "Did you make faaes when jon
/as a little girl, aunty?"
lost Excellent Grand Royal Arch
Chapter of Sooth Carolina.
A THE ANNUAL GRAND OONVO
/V-CATION of tlio Grand Royal Arch
?IC JfT Chapter of South Carolina will be
\ holden in tho oily of Charleston, on
'UKHDAY. the 13th day of February. A.*. I.\
.102, A.D. 1872, at 12 M.
The t'rosidonte of the varions railroads in
out!? Carolina havo kindly consumed to par
lit the Grand Officer* sud Delegates to pass
nd ropasa thereon, for ono fare. The full
wo ia to bo paid at the place uf starting and
ortifloates will bo issuod by the Grand He
rotary, at thu close of the Convocation, en
itling the holder to ret tiru free uf auy charlee
rfa ? te ver.
Hoard can bo had at tho following rateB:
Ibarlestoa Hotel 13 per day; Pavilion Hotel,
2; Milla Uonae, ri
Tbe Delegates are requested to como nre
ared to make their returns and pay their
lt is sincerely hoped that there will bo a
encrai attendance, as business of grunt Im
or lance wiil bu presented for o .moderation.
AUGUSTINE T. HMYTHE,
Jan 30 sS_Grand Becretary.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
A LAUGE afHortraent of fresh OAKDEN
\, HKELH, Onion bets, Ac, for sale low.
Jun 13 KI) WA HD HOPK.
Foll aaln at New York rute*, at
THE CITl '/. Y? N S* BA VI NGH_ H A N K. _
">?\t \ l*ABHEI.H or LIME, for Bale low by
51 JU .IOU N AGNEW A HOS.
kTI'.W Hngar-e.nrcd HAILS,
1 ltr.v.lif:i?t Strips,
Stn >!.. .! Il'-er. for-ale low. E. HOPE.
r>OUw;lT ut n mod?ralo discount, it
[> Tile Cl 1 1ZEN>?SAVINGS HANK.
*>i \? \ I'AltllELS POTATOES, confiistitij
*\J\ / of rm:. Ky ea,
reel i? ... :. I fW i-ale l?>w. by
.Inn jl JOHN AGNEW A ?-ON.
- ...-??M?Mllll I HW* JWMWIU.W'lli.UWI
Oholoe Potatoes! Choloe Potatoesm
WITHOUtf'Ao?ptlon, BUESEE'S PEER?
LESS a?d EARLY BOBE ?re the boat
seedling, for main. crop. No better potato
caa bo planted. I bara afine lat selected
flrat.witb regard to ?ute and quality. For
?ale by E! H. HElNXTSH,
Jan 34 ' _ Druggist.
We offer from this date oar entire
Stock of CLOAKS and FURS, at eost
and carriage. Call at once and git a
, ? i , ..,* j
PORTEE & STEELE.
E. C. SHIVER & CO.
B. G. SHIVER. DAVID JONE3.
I will sell all my stock
D? DEY 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 bc cf=
O. F. JACKSON.
Money to Lend,
OM marketable collaterals, at
TH K CITIZEN ft' SAYINGS BANK.
wrrn TUB aaw TSAB
otra STUCK OF
firm M noons
Consumera o? DBY GOODS, make a note of
he above Wo mnat olear ont Winter Stock,
md I3ARGAIN8mar be expected, aa largo re?
luctioiiH in prices will be made, at the
POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE OF
W. D. LOVE A CO.
W. D. Lova,
lt. H. MCCHEERY. Jan 3
THE HOUSE and LOT, on Plckona
Htreet, belonging to oatat? of Mr?. H.
_.Zimmerman, deceased. The Lot con
ainn upwards of an acre, with a roomy and
ommodiona Dwelling, and a smaller build
erected for a Hcbool Honne. bnt suitable
H ti Ucridonco for a email family; also, a tino
lardon, Krait Treen, Well sud Spout Water,
ho nsual out-buildings, Ac.
Kor lernte, apply to
Jar. 6 Mtu EDWIN J. SCOTT, Executor.
Grot eries, Wines and Liquors.
\FULL SUPPLY of CFIOIUfc FAMILY
GUGCERiES, in all their vat iel lea. Beat
iranda Ohampaguca, Win??, Liquors. Ac,
ilitable for Christmas, on hand and tor ?ale
,v,l.y JOHN AGNEW A SON.
'' 1 faites jDes?'Wle OVy Lol?.
BY O. Ol FEI?OTTO & 80H.
OD the FIRST MOUD AX in Februar* n*xt, in
front of th? O o art Hone?, in thia city, at 10
o'clock, wo Will sell, tb res desirable CITT
LOTH, situated on Fiskens atreet, between
Plain and Taylor streets.
Lot Mo. 1, on the corner of Taylor and
Pickeno street; measuring front on Picken?
atreet 60 leet, mor? or ieee, and running bask
on Taylor atreet 160 feet, mora or leas.
Bounded on the North by Taylor atreet; ea
the Booth by Lat No. 3; on the Weat by
Piokena street; on the Biak by ??tat? of Dr.
Lot No. 2. of the samo dimensions. Bound?
ed on the Weat by Pickens street; on thc East
by estate Dr. E. Fiaher; on the Bouth by Lot
No. 3; on the North by Lot No. 1.
Lol No. 8, of the same dimension!. Bound
" ? ? . *u v.- T vi" a. ii: ..*._ a_tl? u_
.tl'UU tutj JCtXJL ... i' j JUV? H9| mi Xfm* .uv ? . v. ,_ wj
George Bjxnmera; on the weat by Piokena
atreet; on the Bast by eatate Of Dr. E. Flaker.
Txaxs or 8ALX,-One-third cash: balan**
In t weiro month?, eeenred by bond, bearing
interest at seTen per cant, per annum, and
mortgage of the premises. Purohaaera to
pay na for papera and alampa.
Jan 27 80 Fl,8,4
BY IX. 0. PEIX0TT0 ft 80V.
On the FIRST MONDAY in February next, In
front Ot the Court House, in thia city, ai
hair-past 10 o'clock, wa will s?U, without re?
serve, two desirable COTTAGEB.
Lot' No. 1, with Cottage thereon, and. ail
necessary out-buildings, aituated on the cor?
ner or Winn and Laurel air?ete; measuring
front on Laurel street 69 feet, more or lesa,
and running back OB Winn a',r?et ?OS'feet,
nlore or lees.' Bounded o:> the North by
estate of Taylor; O? the douth by I Aurel
street? on the East bt nina street: na the
Weat by Lot No. No. a.
Lot No. 3, of the same dimensions, with
Got toge thereon, and ?ll neceeaary out-buUd
inge, West of the above. Pounded on the
North by estate of Taylor; on tbe Sonth tr/
Laurel atreet; cn the Weat by King; on ibo
Eaet by Lot No. 1. The above Cottage? ?oa
tain four upright Booma.
TERM? or KAI.?.-One-half each; bal anco 'in
twelve months, secured by bond, bearing in?
terest at the rate1 pt ?.von per o?nt. per **
num, and mortgage of the premises. Pro?
perty td bs insured and policy lo toassigaed.
Purchasers to pay u? for papara and stamps.
Jan 87 _,_ . .
Bale of King's Mountain EadIroad.
Theodore D. Wagner and Aabnry Coward.
Trustees, vs. the King's Mountain Railroad
Company. -Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By H. H. Dal, BO Sta
IN parauance of the terme of a Mortgage
executed by tho King's Mountain BalU
road Company, on the 16tb day of March.
i860, and by virtue of the powers therein
granted, we will sell, at public auction, at
barleeton, B.C., on WEDNESDAY, Marah
20,1871, at ll o'clock, at comer East Bay and
Broad streets, , . .
The entire RAILROAD 0f the seid Compa?
ny, Including the bed and superstructures of
said Road, the materials used in eons tr se
tion, the atatione, station-souse depots,
store-houate, work-shoils; machinery and fix?
tures thereon, ?nd all tuc engines and rolling
stock, together with all the rights, privileges
und casement belonging or appertaining to
said ItaUruad Company.
Terms cash ; p?rchasete to pay for papata
and stain ps.
THEODOBE D. WAGNER,
A8BUBY COW ABD,
Sale Sp&rtanburg and Union Eailroad.
The Btatsof South Carolin a, plaintiff, against
the Spartanburg and Union Railroad Com?
pany and others, oreditora, defendants.
IN obedience to sn order dateu 16th day ot
November, 1871, passed br tho Hon. James
H. BuUand, Judge of the llb Circuit, of the
??tato of Booth Carolina, tho undersigned will
joli, on the FIRST MONDAY in February,
it Unlonville, bi the County of Union, In the
State of Bouth Oarolina, before the Oourt
Houee door, between the honra of ll c'oloek
in tho forenoon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
tt public Outcry, to the highest bidder, tbs
sbole of the BPARTANBURG AND UNION
RAILROAD, including the Road-bed, Right ol
Way, Grading. Bridges, Masonry .and Super
itructuro, lying and situate in tho Gonn tics
ir Fairfield, Union and Spartanburg*, all the
Hock subscribed for in the Bpartantmrg abd
Onion Bailroad Company; the chartered right?
ind privileges thereof; the railroad apiada,
matre and equipments, and all the property
Jwued by said company, as incident or neees
*ary for its' bueinesi, on tbe following terms,
bo wit: Twenty-five tho QB and (826,000) dot*
ara caah,-and the balance in, three s goal
semi-annual Instalments, with. interest oa
?oh Instalment from the day of salo, to bs
i ecu red by the bond of the purchaser .With a
mortgage of the entire property ebld. Th*
purchaser will also b* required- to pay for all
jttmpa and papers.
If the highest* bidder should fail to'pay at
>bce the twenty-five thousand (825.000) dol?
ara aforesaid in cash, the property hereins*
'Ore advortiaed will immediately be,offered,
it the time and place above mentioned, npos
.he terme already stated, for re-aale.
JAMES M. BAXTER,
THOMAS B. JETEE,
NovxtmmB 28, 1871._Rsferees.
Fresh Garden Seed;.
PEAS, Bean?, Corn, Cabbage, and avery
variety of fresh and genome Seeds, for
islebv FISHER A SILLIMAN.Druggists,
Jan 20 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
For Sale-Splendid Building Lots.
[OFFER for sale a full equaro, in 16 quarter
acre LOTS, bounded by Wayne, Dlrin*,
'ulaski and Greene atreete, near: th* Char*
otto, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, and
ho Wilmington, Colombia and Angnsta Bail
oad, just Weat of Lover's garden, in one of
he most i>o?ntiful portions of th? oity.
TEUMS- $250 per Lot, of one-quarter of an
tere: f50 paid down, and tba balance in
uontbly pay mente, f 5 eaoh, and no ratas of
nterest. No charge for papera, if payment
d made as stipulated. AU the Lots to bs
'dosedont by Feb.uary 1. P_lat_to_beaeen at
be post oOioe. E. W. V> n En LE H.
Copartnership-Fisher & Billiman.
IH AYE thia day associated with me, in tba
Drug and Apothecary business, Mr. L. T.
HLLIMAN, a graduate of Philadelphia Col
ege of Pharmacy. The name and style of the
lrm will be FISHER A SILLIMAN.
W. C. FI8HEB.
JANUARY l?, 1873._J an 20
I fifi BOXKB aBeorted Cit ACKERS.
L \J VJ 100 boxea assorted Canned Goode.
60 boxes Soap.
60 boxes Candy.
60 boxes Candles.
?00 barrels Flour.
50 barrels Whiskey, coming in and in etore,
md to which we invito tho attention of the
rade. LO KICK A LOWRANCE.
Powder. Shot, &c.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of Gun tnd Blast
r\. lng POWDElt, Shot. Lead, Percussion
fapa, Gun-wads; Ac, on hand and for talo
nw, ut wholesale und retail, by
Dec 20 .T<HIN_AGNEW A POW.
riOTTON SEED REFINED OIL, bj tho gal
O h>n or barrel. Also, in glaass, piniH mid
[liarte. FIT sale low. K. HOPE.