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LONDON,Stannary SO.---Tbere ia a
t hrea toned "Itr ike at Blaenavon, and tho
military are under arma.
A motion in tbs Furia Jockey Club,
exolut^g Germana, failed.
MADKtJ^Jrbnuary 30-The turbulencia
at Baroel^H?rfBulted in a conflict iu tho
streets. The knilitarj are guarding the
LATER.-The disturbance ftt Barcelona
originated in opposition to excessive ac?
A mr rle* ii IntcUIKenue.
CHICAGO, January 80.-The supply of
laborer? of all kinds is iu excess of the
A spoke and bub faotory at Defiance,
Ohio, was burned to-day; loss $50,000.
A train from Laramie, on Friday,
arrived at Cheyenne, yesterday; but the
road is again reported blockaded, be?
tween Laramie and Cheyenne. The
snow waa drifting last night.
Nsw YORK, January 30.-The Hornet
has been libeled by thirty persons, who
shipped with the understanding that they
were engaging in the merchant service,
but at sea were compelled to enlist in
Last night was the coldest of the Ben?
CINCINNATI, January 30.-The Direct?
ors of the Board of Trade adopted a
resolution against admitting building
material free into Chicago, as impolitic,
unjust ami dangerous to the industry of
the co on try. .
HARRISBURG, January 30.-Tho East?
ern bound Erie mail train ran off near
Lookhave, at ll o'clock lust night;
several injured-one fatally, but no
names. The baggage car, two coaches
and ono sleepin.Tcar, were burned.
CINCINNATI, January 30.-A passeuger
train on the Louisville Short Line, due
here ai 8.45, uuconpled uiter tue engine
and express cur passed the switch; the
balance of the train swept over the plat?
form at Eagle Station, hurting several
persone waiting for the truin-two fa?
GALVESTON, January 30.-Tho .?Vetos'
special, from Austin, reports that the
Federal grand jury found true bills
against Governor Davis and Secretary
of State Newoomb on account of irre?
gularities in the lute election.
A tire in Corsioana destroyed a block
of buildings in the business part of the
town;- loss not stated.
RAUEIOH, N. C., January 30.-Gen.
M. W. Hansom, of North Hampton, was
to-day eleotod United States Senator by
the following voto: House-whole num?
ber of votes cast, 87-of which Hansom
received 69; scattering, 18. Senate
whole number of votes cast, 32-of
which Ransom received 32. The Repub?
licans generally taking no part iu the
election, claiming that the Legislature
has no right to elect a Senator at this
NEW OniiEANS, January 29.-The Con?
gressional Committee eommenoed nu in?
vestigation this morning, in the United
States court room, in the Custom House
building. Governor Warmouth, having
previously been consulted, stated that
be had uo objection to the committee
using the court room. If tho Governor
had objected, the committee would have
met elsewhere. Only ono witness was
examined-J. Henri Burch, colored,
(Oarterite.) His statement took a wide
range. The object of tho committee
seems to bo to hear a general statement
from ono member of each faction, in
order to arrive at the points that require
their attention. The statement tele?
graphed hence, on the 11th instant, as
to how the Legislature is made np, cit?
ing Whayland's case, covers Buroh's
statement to-day regarding some half
dozen members. Burch will be recalled
WASHINGTON, January 80-Evening.
There wau a fnll Cabinet, except Robeson.
Clearance papers were refused to the
The Cauundaigna is fitting ont to be
attached to the North Atlantic fleet.
Retnrns at tho Bureau of Statistics
show tho immigration at New Orleans to
be 1,992 mules, 1,371 females.
The Ways and Means Committee con?
sidered the propriety of reducing the
revenue, both from tariff and iuternul
taxes. They will hear the Commissioner
of Internal Revenue Friday, upon the
matter, and especially regarding tobacco.
The Elections Comrnitteo of the
House ugreed to report in favor of
Bowlen and against Edwards, the seated
member from Arkansas.
Probabilities-The barometer autl
rising temperature will probably rise
slightly on Wednesday in tho Middle
and Eastern Stake. Falling barometer,
with South-westerly winds and rising
temperature, will prevail very generally
West of the Appalachian range, witb
cloudy weather and possibly snow on
the lakes. The Northerly winds wil
veer to tho North-east and East, witb
cloudy weather in the South Atlantic
and Golf States, and possibly rain fron:
the Alabama coast Westward. Wami nc
signals are ordered. Dangerous windi
are not anticipated for this evening or
tajo Atlantic and Golf coasts.
In the Senate, the Charleston Cham
ber of Commerce petition for refunding
the cotton tax. Kellogg introduced c
bill making Shreveport a port of deli
very; which was referred. A bill direct
ing the Poatmaster-Gonoral.to report tc
the Senate tho names of parties whose
claims are on file for services prior tc
1801, was passed. A bill was introducer
directing the Secretary of War to trans
mit any information in hin possessio!
showing tho nature and extent of tin
raft obstructions in tho Red River, nl.st
what preparations have been made foi
tho removal of the same, and who
amount of the appropriation for tba
purpose had been cxpeuded. Th ret
speeches on amnesty occupied tho ha
lance of tho day. Robertson gavo notici
that ho would pressa voto to-morrow.
In the House, an appropriation o
8300,000, for public buildings at St
L on i sy passed. The Committee on
Banking and Currency is authorized to 1
send for persona and papata in cases of |
suspended national banks.. The appor?
tionment bill, na amended bjr the Senate,
passed, and goos to the President. It is I
the original Honse bill, with the addi- !
tiou that States disfranchising male citi?
zens shall lose representation in propor?
CAMDEN, ABK., January 30.-Five
prisoners, including two sentenced to
death, escaped jail to-day.
HAVANA, January 30.-The survey for !
a cable between Goba and Mexico baa
NBW YORK, January 30-Evening.- ]
Counterfeit twenties on the Market Na?
tional Bank are oiroulating.
oevenieeu cuaca oi sum??-poi and uve
deaths in the past twenty-four hours.
Ice impedes the ferries.
Financial and Commercial.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., January 30.-Sales
of cotton, Lo-day, 49 bales- middling
LONDON, January 80-Noon.-Consols
j 92?8'@92>?. Bonds 92>?.
LIVERPOOL, January 8l>-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton opened firmer-uplands 10%; Or?
LivEitrooii, January 30-Evening.
Ootton closed strong-uplands 10%;
Orleans 1???@11>?; sales 22.000 bales;
shipping at Havannah or Charleston
ll)fj. Yarn? and fabrics firmer, at better
Nsw YORK, January 30-Noon.
Flour dull and deolining. Wheat dull
and heavy. Corn quiet and steady.
Pork stoudy-new mess email@example.com.
Lard firm, at 9%??J^. Cottou quiet
lind a shade firmer-uiiddliug uplands
Vi; Orleans 22%; sales 1,500 bales.
?Stocks steady. Governments dull aud
steady. Gold firm, at 0%. Money firm,
at 6@7. Exchange-long 9; short 0%.
7 P. M.-Money easy, at 5(2)6. Ster?
ling 8%@9. Gold 9??@9%. Govern?
ments off Tennessees firm;
new South Carolinas steady; others very
dull. Cotton strong; sulos 3,20S bides
uplands 22%; Orleans 22%. Flour quiet
and unchanged. Whiskey steady, at 01.
Wheut dull and nominal-winter red
Western 1.60@1.G5. Oom unchanged
j and in fair export and home demuud.
Pork nominal. Lard active and un?
changed. Freights unchanged.
CINCINNATI, January 30.-Flour, corn,
pork und lard uuchauged. Bacou firm
and in light demand. Whiskey higher,
LOUISVILLE, January 30.-Bugging
finn; uskiug >?o. higher. Provisions
very aotive and firm. Pork-round lots
13.75. Shoulders 6J?; cleur sides 8.
Lard-kegs 10>4'@10>?. Whiskey 88?
NEW OnLEANs, January 30.-Cotton
strong - middling 22; receipts 0,980
bales; Bales 10,500; stock 23,453.
CHARLESTON, January 30.-Cotton
I strong - middling 20; recoipts 1,727
bales; sales 600; stock 32,851.
BOSTON, January 30.-Cotton firm and
held higher-middling 22%; receipts 710
bales; sales 600; stock 9.0U0.
AUGUSTA, January 30.-Cotton in fair
demand and prices advanced-middling
21; reaeipts 250 bales; aale6 500.
MOBILE, Januury 30.-Ootton quiet
middling 21%; receipts l,217|bales; eales
500; Btook 64,767.
BALTIMORE, January 30.-Cotton
steady-middling 22@22J?; receipts
675 bales; sales 308; stuck 3,672.
WILMINGTON, January 30.-Cotton
firm-middling 21J.<; receipts 80 bales;
? sales 73; stock 4,231.
PHILADELPHIA, January 30.-Cotton
GALVESTON, January 30.-Cotton very
firm; holders asking higher rates-good
ordinary 19%@20; receipts 655 bales;
I sales 100; stock 48,779.
NORFOLK, Januury 30.-Cotton firm
low middling 2U)?($'10%', receipts 1,301
i bales; sulos 200; stock 4,874.
SAVANNAH, January 30.-Cotton-buy?
ers and sellers upurt; tending upwurd
middling 21 j^' paying; 21J? asked; re
Iceipts 2,523 bales; pules 1,550; stock
THE DEFENCE OF FISK'S MURDERER
A STRANGE STORX. - "Burleigh," the
Now York correspondent of the Buston
Journal, gives the following outline of
Stokes' probublc defouco:
Stokes bas beon arraigned on un in?
dictment found by tho grund jury, but
ho has not yet pleaded. There aro soma
interesting if not startling positions
taken for tho defenco. The ouu is, that
Colonel Fisk \yus not only armed, but
that tho wound'in his body wus in Hided
by himself-iufiiuted a la Vallaud'ghatn,
in attempting to draw his pistol from his
pocket. That two pistols were used is
very clear, from tho faot that two bullets
wero found-one in Fisk's body and one
on tho marble paveuieut, tho ono buhot
fitting tho pistol found and tho other
uot. The bullet in tho body fitting thu
pistol found, the bullet on the floor,
j I which produced tho wound in the arm,
not Utting any pistol yot produced.
Tho theory is, thut Fisk, coming in
j that door and seeing Stokes on tho stairs,
j attempted to drnw his pistol, when it ac?
cidentally discharged at the samu time
that he received Stokes' bullet in thc
, I arm. The purties who removed tho out?
side clothing of the Colonel are yot to
bo produced in court. The woman who
handed the pistol to tho officer is yet tc
, I tell how it came into hor hands, with
j J other interesting testimony to show thal
Stokes did not fire on an unarmed man.
j j But two persons witnessed tho shooting.
They wore two hall boys of tho Coutral
Motel, who woro either so frightened
that they did not know what wus going
on, or deliberately perjured themselves,
us they flatly contradicted euch othei
11 and their own testimony on tho stand.
A girl of the period comments tims oe
Mormonism: "How nbsurdl four or live
wives to ono mau; when tho fact is, euc!
woman in these times ought to have foin
j j or livo husbands. It would take about
that nuniber to support mo decently."
Mixrko TH? RAGES.-be Now York
Sunday Time? makes the following sensi?
ble comments on this subject:
Fred, Douglass, the colored politician
and Federal office-holder under Qen.
Grant, was rofused accommodation, last
Tuesday, at tho Planter's Hotel, St.
Louis. In his indignation, be made a
bitter speech and retired, nmid the
laughter of tbe crowd. We regret bis
submission to snoh treatment. It cer?
tainly would be wiser in Mr. Douglass
not to attempt to force his company
upon those who deem it objectionable,
but to ascertain in advance what hotel is
prepared to accept people of his coloras
goests. He could do this without diffi?
culty, and thereby spare himself much
humiliation! If he TIOI do it, but
will insist upon throwing himself upon
hie legal rights, surely he oao have no
roason to lament mortifications he so
studiously invites. As a Btudent of hu?
manity, ho onght to know that a mere
Act of Congress cannot change a peo?
ple's nature. The antagonism of race
which exists between the whites and
blacks cannot be extinguished by n Fede?
ral statute. Time will remove it, and
nothing else. It will fade out by and
by, if let alone aud left to work up its
own annihilation; but every attempt to
hurry ap its extinction by coercive mea?
sures naturally reacts, aud so prolongs
tho existence of the prejudice it would
We do not think tho colored raco the
social equal of the white rune. We
never shall think HO. But it pains our
humanity us muoh to see ill treatment
bestowed on oue us on tho other. Hence
wo should not liku to witness such a
scene us occurred ut tho Planter's Hotel,
St. Louis. But beru let QB ask one or
two not impertinent question!', viz:
Would not Mr. Douglass have been ac?
commodated with n room if ho had con?
sented not to appear ut tho public table
and in tho public parloib? Would uot
the white guests of the hotel hare aban?
doned it, and gouu elsewhere, if Mr.
Douglass had .so appeared ou a footing
of equality at the table and in tho par?
lors in question? Were tbe proprietors
of that hotel called upon, by common
sense, to .sacrifice their business in order
to gratify Mr. Dougla' leeiro to min?
glo with white people, i?. ."hom his pre?
sence was obnoxious? Tho Aot of Con?
gress takes none of these things into
consideration. It was a party measure,
and was passed for a purtisau purpose.
But even the Republicans who voted for
it practically repudiate it upon almost
every occasion. For aught that we know
to the contrary, the proprietors of thc
Planter's Hotel ure Republicans of that
kiud. In time even they may get stifli
cioutly over tho prejudice of caste; but
they certainly will not be much led
thereto, nor would anybody else, by
such aggressive movements as Fred.
Douglass appears to delight in.
A little modesty will go a great way,
sometimes, towards conciliating thoso
who ure governed by reasonable or un?
reasonable antipathies. We advise Fred.
Douglass, therefore, to study iEiop'B
fable of the sun and wind. It may do
him good iu his dealings with tho white
race hereafter; for surely he ought to
know that President Grunt and his po?
litical advocates will not attempt a cru?
sade on his account, in view of the
proximity of the Presidential election.
He could not persuade them to do any?
thing BO satisfactory to their political
INDIGNANT COLOBED M KN IN PHILA?
DELPHIA.-At u meeting of colored mon,
held in Philadelphia, to endorse Senator
Sumner's supplemental civil rights bill,
one of the speakers, named Weir, sail:
To-day, a black man, if he arrives in
the city of Brotherly Love, ia not ad?
mitted to oue of the hotels, and yet tho
people of the North expatiate upon the
sacrifices that they, with sword in hand,
have compelled others to make. How
easy it is to compel otbors to revolution?
ize their laws and systems, while those
who compelled the change still cling to
the relics of slavery. Reformers are in
the field, they aro marshaling their
hosts, but they say nothing for us, they
are doing nothing for us; they are strain?
ing at goats and swallowing camels.
Another speaker, named Purvis, re?
Investing tho colored man with the
ballot was simply saving the lifo of tho
Republican party, and that ballot to-tlay
is used to keop that party in power.
What is tho reward? There are four
colored men turnkeys in station houses.
They did not ask for appointments, hut
for justioe. The Republican party owe
them placo, position and power, and ho
As fur ns the appointing to office is
concerned, says the Baltimore Sun, the
colored race has reooived more from the
', Conservatives of Virginia than from tho
? professional philanthropists of Pennsyl?
vania. lu the moro important matter of
provision for their education, thu Vir?
ginia Conservatives havo outstripped
uny other State.
Discoveries which promise to be as in?
teresting os those of the old lako dwoll
' inga, in Switzerland, have recently boon
1 made in the Sonth of Franco. Among
the Pyrenees Mountains, at a short dis
' tance below tho sui face of the ground,
' the romains of ancient cities have been
1 found, which are presumed to belong to
! a pro-historio ago. The houses aro of
' the Burne character as those of tho Swiss
lakes. Investigations are making, the
I result of which has not yet boon an
I non need.
; NATunAL ILLUMINATING OAS.-A Ro
, chester (Now York) company is under*
* taking to bring gnu into the city from ii
natural gas-well at Bloomfield, twenty
three miles diatunt. lt is now on the
i vorgo of tho eily, and shows n watet
i prossnro of nineteen inches. The com
i pauy claim that if tho pressure ia main
r tai ned at tho terminus of the pipes in
t tho city they cnn supply about 800,000
o.ibio, feet of gas daily to the recoivors.
A NEWHAILHOAD PHOJHOT.-The Aahe
rille (Ni O.) Citizen saya: "A bill ie be?
fore Congress asking a grant of 2,000,000
acree of the public hinds, worth $4,000,
000, to build a railroad from Spartan
burg, S. C., to Asheville; from Hu th or?
ford ton to Asheville; from Old Fort to
Asheville; from Wool Creek, Tenn., to
Asheville, and from Asheville to Dalton,
Ga., or Cleveland, Tenn. Tho friends I
of the bill in Washington are assured of)
its passage during the present Con?
A boy in Iowa has a silver quarter
stuck fast in his throat. It can't be a
good quarter, or it would pass.
A LWAY8 rroah, at CANTWELL'8,
A. Jan 311_Matu street.
I shall leave the Niokerson
Hotel, Columbia, on TH URHDAY
.MOHN IN G, let February, and take
tin charge any pupila intended for
lleidvilie Fu??alo College.
THOU. WARD WHITE.
Jan SI 1 President.
STATE OF ROUTH CAROLINA,
ExECItTIVK DKI'A UTMl'.NT,
WHE UK AH, by an Act nf tho General
AeaOlubly, approved December 21.1870,
entitled "An Act to extend tho time for
officers to qualify," it waa provided that all
ollioors elected at tho h at general election be,
and thev are hereby, allowed until the 15th
day of January, 1871, to qualify and enter
upon tho duties of their respective offic.eB,
and on failure to qualify within the specified
time, their respect! ? o ofiieea shall bo declared
vacant bv tho Governor.
And, whereas, WILEY FOWLER, elected
Coroner of Laurens County, at tho last gene?
ral election in Oct. bor, 1870, has heretofore
noglecti d to appear and qualify to undertake
aud fulfill tho duties:
I, HOMERT K. Ht ?OTT, Governor of tho
State of South Carolina, in concurrence with
said Act of the Legislature on thia subject,
do hereby proclaim aud announce the said
office of Coroner of Laurens County to ho va?
lu testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, aud caused the great seal of
tho State to be affixed, at Columbia,
[n.s ] this twenty-seventh day of January, A.
D. 1872, and tn the ninety-sixth year of
tho Independence of the Ouited Stales
HO BE KT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CAitnozo. Secretary of Statu. Jan 31
Coal! Goal! Ooal'.
JUST received, a full supply of first quality
COAL, grate size. For salo in largo or
?mall quantities. JJSEPH CHEWS.
$50,000 to Loan,
N GOOD COLLATERAL. Apply at
Jan 23 CITIZENS' 8 AVI NOS BANK.
Thorburn's Garden Seeds.
A LARGE assortment of fresh GARDEN
3L SEEDS, Onion Sets, Ac, for sale low.
Jan IS EDWARD HOPE.
FOR salo at Now York rates, at
THE CI I IZKNS* SAVINGS BANK.
NEW sugar-cured HAMS,
Smoked BeeL^for salo low. E. HOPE_.
BOUGHT at a moderato discount, at
THE CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK.
Choice Potatoes! Choice Potatoes!!!
DRESEES PEERLESS NO. <i and
EARLY" ROSE POTATOES.
WITHOUT oxception, IHlESKE'S PEER?
LESS and KARLY ROSE aro tho best
seedlings for main crop. No better potato
eau bo planted. I have a tine lot selected
nr.it with rogard lo size and quality. For
salo by E. H. HEINirsH,
Jan 24 Druggist;
Regular Line Liverpool and Charles?
THE undersigned have now
FOUR PARKS, of light draft, in
addition to the VINCO, already
,JB^'W( ll known in tho trade, which
_O they propone to run regularly be
twewu ibo above ports, Paving Liverpool
every month, or oftener, if auflicient freight
offers; and it is earnestly requested that ?m
portera Will order their good?? shipped direct
by this line, thereby saving extra Height and
other exuen.iea, now paid on gooda via New
York, and also iucrcabo the commerce and
prosperity of our port. All ordi rs rent to thu
principals, in Liverpool, will bo carefully at?
tended tn and executed on tho most favorable
terms. Fer full particulars, apply to Mesare.
JOHN S. DKVYIILFA CO.. Liverpool. England;
HEN RY CARD, Accommodai ion Wharf,
Charleston. H. C. Jan 2(5 t2mo
Commissioner of Deeds
FOR TUB VARIOUS STATES,
* AUGUSTUS E. COHEN,
Jan 1.1 HW8 At Hendiix House.
FT!HE Annual Meeting of tho Stockholders ol
X tho South Carolina Railroad Company ami
of (he fcouth-western Railroad Bank will bi
hold at tho South western Railroad Rank
Itroad Street, Charleston. 8. C., on Februar J
13th,proximo, at ll o'clock A. M.
On tho tallowing day, an election will ht
bold Tor fifteen Director's of tho Railroad Com
nany and thirteen directors of tho Rank.
Stockholders will hu passed over thu road
to and from tho meeting, freo of charge.
The proposed amendment to Article 1. Rec
tion 1, of tho Ry-Laws, changing the time o
tho annual meeting, by striking ont "Febrn
arv." on ?-.cernid line, and inserting "April,'
will come up for aelion at this mooting.
.fan 17 wu J. R. EMERY, Secretary.
rURS Virginia Valley RUTTER,
(5 tubs Mountain Rutter.
:i tubs .LIM Oohlicn l'enter.
Ali mee .viol fresh and for sale tow.
Oct 1 L?RICK ft LOWRANCE
MISS CORDELIA MORDECAI, Columbia
S. C.. auiiniinces that her establish
ment, Soulii-wotd corm r ot Suinter and Lad]
streets, in prepared to accommodate HOARD
ERR, permmt iii ami transient, where tin
taste and comforts of thu most laxtidiom
will bo guaranteed. Dec 31 + Imo
WITH TUB KIW TBAB
OUB STOCK OT
Consumers of DRY GOODS, make a note of
the abovo. We mnet clear ont Winter Stock,
and BARGAINS may bo expected, aa large re?
ductions in prices vf ill bo made, at the
POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE OP
W. D. LOYE A CO.
W. D. LOVE,
_B. H. McCngBBT. Jan 3
C opartnetBh in---F usher & Sil liman.
IHAVE this day associated with me, in the
Drug and Apothecary basilicas, Mr. L. T.
KILLI MAN, a grad?alo of Philadelphia Col?
lege of Pharmacy. The name and atvle of the
firm will bo FISHER A BILL1MAN. "
W. 0. FISHER.
JASKABT 10.1872._Jan 20
f\f \ BOXES assorted CB ACKERS.
lA./\_/ 100 boxea assorted Canned Gooda.
TO boxes Soap.
60 boxos Candy.
60 boxes Candles.
200 barrels Flour.
00 barrels Whiskey, coming in and in store,
and to which wo invite tho attention of the
trade._L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Powder. Bhot, &c.
APULL ASSORTMENT of Gun and Blabb?
ing POWDER, Shot. Lead, Percussion
I Caps, Gun-wads. Ac. on hand and for sate
low. at wholesale and retail, by
Deo 20_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by tho gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaaaa, pints and
quarts. For aalet ow._E. HOPE.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
PEAS, Heans, Corn, Cabbage, and every
variety of frosh and genuine Seeds, for
salo by FISHER A HI LUMAN, Druggist H,
Jab 20 ODponite Columbia Hotel.
CARRI AGE !
We offer from this date oar entire
Stock of CLOAKS and FURS, at cus?
and carriage. Call at once and get a
PUKTER & STEELE.
E. C. SHIVER & CO.
lt. 0. SHIVER. DAVID JONES.
FOR ?ho winter season, I will brew al
DOUBLE STRONG BEER. Drin
Seegers' unadulterated Double Strong ilcei
sud you get tho worth of your money. Tin
Beer is also put up in bottles, and for salo a
$1.50 per dozen.
I have also roeelvod a supply of the justly
celebrated PANCAKE-regarded Ibo ben
Chewing Tobacco._JOHN C. SEEGERS.
American Club Fish.
t\-*$?&& A DELICIOUS relish; hott?
and much choaper limn Sardines. For sal
by K. HOPE.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Bee
[N preference to Loudon Port ci and Scotc
Ale. Why? They know kt is i_5nd_h)orate
- . r -r.I. .
Valuable Real Estate.
D. C. PEIXOTTO & BON, Auctioneers.
IWILL sell, on MONDAY next, February
5, that VALUABLE PLAOE, formerly
owned by Mre. Annie- Adame, and two and-a
balf miles from Colombia, on the Garner's
Ferry Road. There is a large Mansion, of
sixteen rooms, on the place, which has been
recently repainted, and is on a high elevation
commanding a Uno view of the hills which
line the Wateres River. The place contains
flfty-tbreo acree of land, about thirty-five of
which aro under a fino state of cultivation
having been recently improved with fertilizers.
There are all necessary out-buildingB, with a
good Well of Water, Bath Bouse, and a Oar
den of four acres, besides an orchard of
Feaohee and Applea, with Strawberries and
Flowers. The place has beon lately enoloaed
with a new Fence, and ia healthy, and is one
of the most doairablo placea iu this Bootion of
THUMS.-One-half cash, balance in ono and
two yean, secured with bond of purchaser
and mortgage of premiaea. Purchaser to pay
me for stamps au<t papora.
Jan 31 jg JOHN T. SLOAN, JR.
Sale of King's Mountain Railroad.
Theodor? D. Wagner and Aabury Coward.
Trust?es, vs. the King's Mountain Railroad
Company.-Foreclosure of iiortgagt.
By H. H. UtLEON,
j TN pnrauanco of tho terms of a Mortgage
JL executed hy tho King's Mountain Rail?
road Company, on the 15th day of March,
1866, and by virtue of tho powere therein
1 granted, wo will tell, at public auction, at
Charleston, B.C., on WEDNESDAY. March
20, 1871, at ll o'clock, at corner East Bay and
The entire RAILROAD of the eaid Compa?
ny, including tho bcd and superstructures of
said Road, tho materials used in construc?
tion, tho stationl-., station-houso d?p?ts,
utoro-houaea, work-shops, machinery and fix?
tures thereon, and all the engines arid roiling
stock, together with all tho rights, privileges
und easement belonging or appertaining to
said Railroad Company.
I Terms cish; purchaser s to pay Tor paper?
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
Jan 14_ _Trustees.
Sale Sp ar tan bur g and Union Railroad.
I Tho State of South Carolina, plaintiff, againet
the Spartanburg aud Union Railroad Com
I nany and others, creditors, defendants.
TN obedience to an order dated 16th day ol
I JL November, 1871, passed hythe Hon. James
M. Rutland, Judge of the 4th Circuit, of the
I State of South Carolina, the undersigned will
Bell, on tho FIRST MONDAY in February, 1872,
I at Unionville, in the County of Union, in the
State of South Carolina, before the Court
House door, between the hours of ll o'clock
in the forenoon and 3 o'clock in tho afternoon,
at public outcry, to the higheet bidder, the
whole of the SPARTANBURG AND UNION
RAILROAD, including the Boad-hed, Right of
Way, Grading, Bridges, Masonry and Super?
structure, ljing and situate in the Conntiet
of Fairfield, Union and Hpartanburg; all the
stock subscribed fur in the Spartanbnrg and
Union Railroad Company ; the chartered rights
and privileges thereof; the railroad spikes,
chairs aud equipments, and all the property
owned by said company, as incident or necee
I nary for its busim ss, ou tho following terme,
to wit: Twenty-five thousand ($25,000) dol?
lar? cash, and the balance in three equal
semi-annual instalments, with interest on
each instalment from the day of sale, to be
secured by the bond of thc purchaser, with a
mortgage of thc entire property sold. The
purchaser will also bu required to pay for all
stamps and papers.
If the highest bidder should fail to pay at
once the twenty-five thousand ($25,000j dol?
lars aforesaid in cash, the property hereinbe?
fore advertised will immediately he offered,
at the time amt place above mentioned, upon
tho terms already ?-tated, for re-sale.
JAMES M. BAXTER.
THOMAS B. JETER,
NOVEMBED 28, 1871- Referee?.
For Sale-Splendid Building Lots.
T OFFEB for aale a fnll equarc in 16 quarter
JL aero LOTS, bounded hy Wayne, Divine,
Pulaski and Greene etreete, near the Char
I lotte, Columbia and Angneta Railroad, and
tho Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Rail
! I road, just Weet of Lover'a garden, io one of
tho most beautiful portions of tho city.
TERMS-$250 per Lot, of one-quarter of aa
acre; $50 paid down, and the balance in
; I monthly payments, $5 each, and no ratea of
interest. No charge for papers, if payment
I is made aa stipulated. All the Lots to be
closed ont by February 1. Plat to be seen at
. the poet office. E. W. WHEELER.
Of Wk BABBELS POTATOES, consisting
??VJ VJ of Pink Eyes,
Just received and for salo low. by
Janll__ JOHN AGNEW A SON.
I will sell all my stock
o? DR7 GOODS and
NOTION'S, 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
CL F. JACKSON.
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ARTHUR NAT TANS, Inventor and Propri
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