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I?JDII, Pebruary l%-It is resorted
that Lord : Mayo, Governor General , of
India, has been assassinated by a con?
vict. The report affects securities.
The report that Bismarck proposed to
mediate between Great Britaiu and the
United States is unfounded.
NEW ORLEANB, February ll.-Mata
moras advices of the 10th state that Cor?
tinas' forces have been so reduced by
casualties and desertions, since leaving
Canargo, that he cannot keep the field,
and is expected here to-night with the |
entire remnant of his command. Many
of his horses have c'.iud from lack of
food. Gens. Trevino, Naranjo, Marti?
nez and Guirrado have united their
forc?s, . amounting to G.OOO, to attack
San T/jja Poloai, held by Bocha, with
2,000 Government troops.
-The -steamer Sabine, from Onoaohlta |
River, with 1,600 bales of cotton, col?
lided with tho steamer Richmond, henee,
at twelve mile point, early this morning.
The Sabine sunk in a few minutes. The
Riohrnond was considirably damaged,
but rendered all the assistance possible?!
taking all. the passengers and some 800
balea of cotton off the Sabiue. The
Sabine will probably prove a total loss.
The Richmond was so badly damaged,
she had to return to this city for repairs.
CINCINNATI, February ll.-There were
thirty-five small-pox deaths this week.
SALT LAKE, February ll.-There is no |
let up of the snow blockade. Tho Ja?
panese nre util! detained.
WASHINGTON, February ll.-Forney
has resigned the Philadelphia collector
Th's Administration ia unappruhensive,
as it ia intimated th ut s ho uki the Geneva
arbitration fail, the Alabama claims will
be allowed to lapse to the anti-high joint
commission section, subject to renewed
CAIRO, 'February 12.-The gorgo be?
tween here and Columbus is broken, and
.LODTBVIIIIIB, February 12.-Col. Jas.
F. Bramlette, eon of the ex-Governor, is
SALT LAKH, February 12.-Urgent j
messages are received from the block?
aded trains for food. Much sickness is |
reported among the passengers.
PHLLAJDELPHIA, February 12.-Peter?
son & Co.'? oil cloth factory was barned
to-day. . Loss 8100,000.
Nsw YORK, February 12.-A Herald]
special from London says Sohenck hos
written to tho English Government pro?
testing ag?iust Gladstone's .language, in
debate, ab an imputation Upon the good
faith of the United States, The Go?
vernment will probably answer in a more
friendly spirit, deprecating any diplo?
matic application to words used in the
heat of debate.
The steamer Moro Castle arrived yes?
terday. She nearly foundered in the
storm. Her coal gave ont, and eighty
boxes of sugar were used to make steam.
Depositors in the Guardian Savings1
Bank will be paid in full.
Stokes' trial has begun.
WASHINGTON, February 12-Evening.
Garret Davis has relapsed, and is in a 1
Jndge McKesn has permission to come |
to Washington to explain Mormon af?
The treaty ombroglio has checked ef?
forts tu place the balanoe of the new
loan in Europe. Boutwell says it will
soon blow over, and he can afford to wait.
Col. Robb, collector of customs at Sa?
vannah, upon the invitation of Dawes,
chairman of committee of Ways and
Means, is here to explain why the tariff |
should not be taken off rico, and inci?
dentally to urge an appropriation for
river imprp.vemonts in his eeotion.
In the Senate, Sumner offered a mo?
tion for a committee to investigate the1
conduct of Government officials in the
sale of arms to Frauce, during the war
with Prussia, with power to send for
persons and papers, and to sit with open
doors. It went over under the rules.
The Committee on Foreign Relations'
was directed to consider a joint resolu?
tion directing thc President to protest
to Spain against the treatment of the
coolies in Cuba.
In the House, bills were introduced
erecting public buildings at Rome, Ga.
improving the swamp lunds at the Nor?
folk navy yard, improving Cape Fear
River, publio buildings at Atlanta, Ga.
reviving certain Southern post roads,
moving obstructions to commerce at
Louisville, repealing tho dnty on print?
ing material, improving Roanoke River.
A bill allowing criminal defendants to
testify in their own behalf, at their own
rennest, with a proviso that failure to di
so shall not be construed as evidence of
guilt, waa passed. A resolution, giving
a certain woman a hearing at the bar of
the House, was rejooted. Young, of
Georgia, offered a resolution instructing
the Judiciary Committee to report a bill
removing political disabilities from all
who had applied, which was adopted.
A resolution, instructing tho Committoo
of Ways and Means to report a bill re?
pealing tho turi il* on tea and coffee, was
Probabilities-Tho low barometer at
Cape Hatteras will probably move
North-eastward away from the coast,
with North-east winds and threatening
woathcr extending to tho New Eoglund
coast on Tuesday. The low barometer
in the Missouri valloy will extend East?
ward ovor Illinois, with increasing
North-east winds on the upper lakes,
and South-west winds aud threatening
weather from thu Ohio valley to Texas.
BALTIMORE, February 12.-Bishop
Spalding's obsequies wore immense.
Several delegations of colored Catholics,
from a distance, participated.
CINCINNATI, February 12.-Two
freight trains collided, six miles East of |
Mitchell, Indiana. A pussenger train
ran into the wreck. It is roported several
RALEIGH, N. C., February 12.-Tho
Lsg ?tetare edjOOT^ jfg^Mbr^p.
t. dey. Judgo Warroo, P^uleot ol tte
Senate, ls .Very , % ; The. Republic^?
olaim that tho Ant redistricting the Stale
is proms ture, apportionment not having
Vet become a law of Congress.
The'Supremo Court decides the Aot of
the Legislature of April 6, 1871. confeiy
r.ng pow ri on the President of the 6 j\
nate aud Speaker of tho House to uwkn
railroad directors unconstitutional, and
sustains the Guvernur in his appoint?
ments. This dooision is on the Atlantic
Railroad, and carries with it the North
Carolina Central; in effect, sustaining
It is claimed here that a technical it
formality voids Ransom's election to the
Senate of the United States.
It is understood that the Governor
claims the right to appoint-all the direc?
tors of the State in all the charitable in?
stitutions, as well as on railroads, and
will at once act thereon.
Nsw ORLEANS, February 1?>-The
Diiko and barty have arrived. Thai
weather promisee favorable for the
Mardi Gras. The hotels ure crowded.
WHAT int?'TnEATV SAYS -The follow -
iog are th? portions of tho treaty which
relato to points in dispute :
.'Whereas differences bavo armen be?
tween the Govern mont of the United
Statesand tho Government of her Britan?
nic Majesty, and still existiug, growing
out of the acts aommittud by the several
vessels which have given riso to tho
claims generally known us thc 'Alubuma
"Whereas her Britannic Majesty has
authorized ber high commissioners uud
plenipotentiaries to express, in friendly
spirit, tuc regret felt by her M'ajosty'a
Government fur the escape, under what?
ever circumstances, of the Alabama sod
other vessels from British port?, aud thu
depredations committed by those ves?
"Now, iu order tu remove and adjust
all complaints aud claims on the part of
the United States, und to provide for
the speedy settlement of such claims
whiob are not admitted by her Britan?
nia Majesty's Government, tho high con?
tracting parties agree that all the said
claims growing out of acts committed by
the aforesaid vessels, and generally
known as the 'Alabama claims,' shall be
referred to a tribunal of arbitrators,
* * 'who shall proceed impartially and
carefully to examine and deoide all ques?
tions that shall be laid before them on
the partof tho respective Governmontj."
THE LATE Ancnuisnor SPALDING -
Not only the members of the Romun
Catholic Church, but every one who has
any knowledge of the life and character
of Archbishop Spalding, have been
grieved at the'intelligence of his death,
in Baltimore, on Wednesday afternoon
hutt, the 7th instant. Tn the course of
more than forty years' service in the Ro?
man Catholic faith, first as a priest in
the Western oouutry, und gradually on?
ward through more elevated positions,
nntil he was placed at the head of the
Senior Archdiocese of tho United Staten,
he bore a noble reputation as a cleric,
and won the honorablo esteem of the
world. With his own religious fold he
held a place close to tho hearts of thou?
sands, and men who were widely sepa?
rated from him in the tenets of his faith
honored him for his upright character,
Christian devotion and extended learn?
ing. No prelate in the American Church
stood higher, and there was a general
belief that if any of the vacant seats in
the Sacred College were to be allotted on
this Hide of the Atlantic, Archbishop
Spalding would be the first to receive a
"THE FASTEST TIME ON RECORD."-An
old ex-uttachee of thu South Carolina
Railroad addressed us the following note
yesterday, with the request that wo
would publish it. lb is a reply to a pa?
ragraph which appeared in tho Courier,
referring to "the fastest timo ever mude
on a Southern road:"
"In your morning issue, in rcferenco
to the fastest time on u Southern road,
I beg to suy, twenty-four years ngo, as
eugiueer on tho South Carolina Rail?
road, 1 ran tho locomotive "Langdon
Cheves" from Charleston to Hamburg,
S. C., o tlistanoe of 137 miles, in three
hours and oleveu minutes. Tho road
was thou in the supervision of President
Conner and Julius Peteh as General Su?
perintendent. John Marley, now agent
at Columbia, was the conductor of tho
train. Remember, twenty-four years
ago wo did not have locomotives on
roads us wo have now. Honor to whom
honor is due. Let the New Orleans,
Mobilo and Texas Il iad boat this."
HOMICIDE AT MATTHEW'S BLUFF.-The
Beaufort Republican receivod tho follow?
ing account of a homicide, which oc?
curred on Tuesday, January 30, at Mat?
"An Irishman, named Patrick Plun?
kett, waa employed by Mr. lt. lt. Turner
for some time during the past summer
and fall. In n settlement of their ac?
counts, Pntriok doomed himself wronged.
A few days before tho homicide ho was
observed going towurds Turner's house,
carrying in his hand a pistol. In reply
to a question, ho said that ho might pos?
sibly bo obliged to shoot Turner. On
Tuesday morning, while Tumor was in
bed, being ill, a colored womuu told him
that Patrick wus entering tho house.
Turnor got out of beti and took up his
gun, warning Patrick not to como nearer.
Patrick ramed his hands, either to show
himself unarmed or to seize tho gun,
when Turner shot him dead."
The salo of the North Carolina Mili?
tary Instit ute, which has been advertised
for some time, look place on Tuesday
last, and was knocked down to Messrs.
Ourson, S. B Alexander, and L. W.
Sanders, fur 813,100
A P|l*u?l?( .?? CoramorrUI.
" LONDON, February 12--Noon.-Con?
sols ?2&. Bouda M^.
PARK?, February 12.-lion tea 50 f. 56o.
HAVRE, February 12.-Oottou dull
LIVERPOOL, February 12- Evening.
Cotton closed dull-uplands 11^(^11^;
Orleans 11^@11;!? ; due from Savau
uah or Charleston ; shipping at New
Orleans ll MG ; sales 12.000 bales ;
speculation and export 4,000.
LONDON, February 12-Evening.
Consols 91%. Bonds flat, at 01.
NEW YOUR, February ll.-Receipts at
all porta lor the week 86,236 bale?,
agaiust 02,668 last week, 120,613 previ?
ous week, 11,887 throe weeks since,
fotu! receipts. B?noe September, 2,003,
053 hales, agaiust 2,510,651 for the cor?
responding period of the previous year,
showing a deoreoso of 507,508. The ex?
porta from all porta for the week 54,334
bales, against 95,582 same week last
year. Total exports for expired por?
tion ot tho oottou year 1,076,027 balee,
3gainet 1,604,903 sumo time last year,
.took at all ports 575,407 bales, aguinst
661,504 sumo dato last year. Stuoks at
tuterior towns 88,0.51 .huies, against
'129,066 last year. Oottou in Liverpool
le 409,000 bales, agaiust 610,000 hist
your. American cottou a?out tor Great
Britain 202,0.,'? bules, agaiust 338,000
last your, Iud mu cotton nth mt for Europe
261.000 halest against 131,6:12 hist your.
Nuw YORK, February 12-Noon.
Stocks heavy. GoverumouU dull und
uud steady. Gold dull, in i?j?&. Mon- y
cosy, ut 6. Stuto bonds dull but steady.
Exoh?u'ge- long 9*-n ; short 0% Flour
dull und unchanged. Wheat quiet and
heuvy. Oom steady. Pork dull und in
buyers' favor-uew 14 00(^14.25. Lard
steudy. Cottou dull ?ind munumi-lip
lands 23'? ; Orleans ?3,'J ; sides 200
Piules. Freights linn.
7 P. M.-Oottou dull; sales 583 hulea
-uplands 23*^; Orleans 23%. Flour
steady and iu fair trude demuud. Whis?
key 03. Wheut stoutly-wiuter red
Western l.63(?>l 67. Corn closed ?lull
and heavy. Pork quiet, at 14 I2(?tl4.37.
Buef quiet. Lard steady. Freights un?
changed. Sales of futures to-day, 7,100
bales, as follows: February 22".?, 22J?;
March 2211-16, 22%; April 23j$, 235 16;
May 23 5 16, 23 13 16; June 23??. 23;?;
July 23K. Money steadv, at 6@7. Ster
ling 9*4($9%. Gold l\)%(?li)%. Go?
vernments strong. Statue ?toady. New
South Carolinas 30-^j, but closed dull
and easier; dosing quotation 35 .
BALTIMORE, February 12.-Cotton
quiet and brm-middling 22%; receipts
553 bales; sales 320; stock 3,023.
CINCINNATI, February 12-Porkdroot:
ing, at 13.00. Lard quiet-kettla 9}?.
Bacon firm but demuud light. Whiskey
WT. LOUIS, February 12.-Shoulders
6?6JR; olear sides 7?^. Lird-nothing
LOUISVILLE, February 12.-Pork 13 75.
Bacon active uud (irm-shoulders O.'-J ;
olear sides 7;.'.j packed. Whiskey 87.
NORFOLK, Fsbrnury 12.-Cotton quiet
-middling 22; receipts 1,810 bulos; sales
SAVANNAH, February 12-Cotton quiet
and firm-middling 2l%@2)3(; receipts
2,503 bales; sales 800;'stock 74,009.
GALVESTON, February 12 -Cotton
dull and nominal-good ordinary 20;
receipts 434 bales; sales 400; stock 5,038.
NEW ORLEANS, February 12.-Flour
soper 7.00; double 7.62; treble 8.00@
8.25; choioe 10.50@11 50. Oom dull
mixed 80; white 82. Pork source-mess
16.25. Bacon scarce, nt 7(aU0; sugar
oared hams 12^(a)13. Lard scarce and
linn, ut-9Jk?@10>?. Sugar supply light
-inferior.6(a)7)a" common 7J?@8; fair
to fully fair o??(&9?? ; prime to strictly
prime 9}?(//)?0. Molasses in good de?
mand and, firmer-inferior 30@35; com?
mon 35@40; uentrifugal 35@50; fair 45
@46; prime 48@50; strictly prime 71(?\
74. OoflVe firm, at 20@22<?. Whiskey
92>Jfirstname.lastname@example.org>?. Cotton quiet-middling
22>?;. receipts 10,430 huies; sales 7,200;
MontLR, February 12.-Cotton uomi
nal-middling 21 J"; reoeipts 2,700
bales; salon 100; stook 66,700.
BOSTON, February 12.-Cotton quiet
middling 23)?; receipts 1,125 balea;
sales 600; stock 8,000.
WILMINOTON, February 12.-Cotton
firm-middling 22^4; receipts 115 halos;
stock 4 403.
AUGUSTA, February 12-Cottou dull
and nominal-middling 21; receipts 150
bales; sales 800.
PHILADELPHIA, February 12.-Cotton
CHARLESTON, February 12.-Cotton
dull-middling 21?4'@22; receipts 1,500
bales; sales 100; stock 2:1,902.
MORE SHOOTING TROUHLKS IN ARKAN?
SAS.-On Friday last a colored man
named Arch Embry was shot and killed
at Gala Bock, Popo County, by two
young mon named Dim prey. Tho bro?
ther and father of the murdered man
thou attacked an old gentleman nu med
Tucker, charging him with hoing the
causo of the killing. They shot Tucker
twice, and beat him until thoy thought
ho was dead. Ho WUH alive, however,
on Saturduy, but there aro no hopos of
his recovery. Alter this tho negroes
gathered to tho number nf thirty, with
tiro-arms, and moro trouble is appre?
.... -?. *
Tho special train which conveyed Col.
Tom Scott and the railroad officials tra?
veling with him, from ?New Orleans to
Mobile, over tho New Orleaus, Mobile
and Texas Railroad, made tho unprece?
dented timo nf 145 mibj.s in three hours
and thirty-seven minutes. Tho engineer
wus presented with a pair o? giiild?d
horses ulong with 11 silver medal, bearing I
un appropriate inscription, with which
tn dec?rale his eugine.
Tho Washington Chronicle takes it fur
grunted "that Gen. Ilauuuck, though a
Democrat, is a loyal mau." This, .says
tho Boston /'osi, is a liberal concession
from tho ex-Governor of North Carolina,
who was a furious Confederate while
Gen. Uaucock was lighting for the
.tthr? ADAPTO Ar?r* D*?^ ^K^WEST!
Or "rather off he went. A clievalier
d'industrie (French for swindler) has
bien among ns. He ia a well-built,
Btoutinh man, about Are feet ten inches
in height, bair ont short and quite gray,
moustache and long, full beard, about
forty years of age, gives himself out for
thirty-five, a joint gone off of one finger
of left band, well dressed, wears black
snit, velvet vest, silk hat, square-toed
boots, quite neat and gentlemanly in ap?
pearance; represents himself as a Royal
Aroh Mason; has taken the thirty-third
degree in Scottish rite; gives himself out
as a wealthy Virginia widower, two small
and interesting children, (uot with bim,)
was a colonel or general in the Confede?
rate army; name, J. H. Gardner; pants
for matrimony a second time; wished to
buy a handsome house and lot; looked
at several; expected a splendid buggy
and two horse* daily; but departed on
foot, and vory fleet foot at that. Tho
long and short of it, is, that thia indi?
vidual, proved to be a perfect "dead
beat," and ran off between two BUDS
without ps?ing has landlady. Beware
of him all yo following named people:
Citizens, hotel keepers, landladies, busi?
ness men, maideuB and widows.
AND STILL ANOTHEU-A big, red
headed, stoop-shouldered, carrot-whis?
kered, long-winded, 'tnuny-worded six
footer, who would to-day bat his oyis
promptly on mention'of bis unuio, Jehu
Wilton, dealer in White wire clothes
?ines, and agent for .sundry books, Ac.
rbis one waa*started in business somo
four weeks ugo by two kind-hearted and
confiding Saluda pont lomon ; came to
this towu, talked ? verybody to death,
gambled ot! tho wagon aud horse loaned
lum by tho stud confiding gentlemen
from Sv.ludu, und thou run away. No?
thing bas been beard of him since. So
mueti for Mr. John Wilton.
[ Edgeflekt A dcert iser.
TUB KAII?BOAD HOHHOT. -A passenger
train going tn Ht. Louis, on tho Rock?
ford, Rock Island and St. Louis Rail?
road, which was duo at Alton junction
ut 6:10 on the 7th, when ubout three
quarters Toi a -mile below upper Alton
ntation, came into collision with a froight
traiu going North. The baggage car
and first couuh were telescoped, and then
almost instantly took fire. The scene
that ensued was most appalling. The
unfortunate passengers were most of
them caught between the oar seats, aud
egress from the cur was nearly impossi?
ble. The flames enveloped tho doomed
cars almost instantly, and tho terrified
passengers were left to be slowly rousted
alive. (Jp to ll A .M. tho charred und
blackened remains of four victims of
this fearful accident hod been recovered,
and were lying iu tho snow uwaitiug the
coroner's inquest. Altogether there aro
four killed and thirteen injured. The
wrecking party is still busy at tho wreck,
and more casualties may bo reported.
Thu freight train should have side truck?
ed at the junction, but, instcud of doing
so, kept straight ou. Baker, the con?
ductor of the freight train, jumped off
wheu the trains collided, aud sought
safety in flight. It is said the engineer
aud fireman followed him, but this lacks
confirmation. The whole responsibility
of the affair is thrown upou Baker.
Experiments with submarine torpe?
does aro new making in Boston harbor,
in order to familiarizo the officers ami
men of the United States navy with the
method of handling this new instrument
of warfare. Recently a 100-pound tor?
pedo was lowered iuto the water from a
spar projecting from the bow of tho
United States steamer Wyoming. The
torpedo wus exploded by electricity, aud
u volume of water was sent up to a dis?
tance of 300 feet. Jets of water, re?
sembling a largo fountain, wore also
thrown to a height of 2130 feet.
An amateur theatrical performance t
was given in Selma, Alabama, recently,
which came uear having a tragic conclu- !
sion. Tho amutours were burning blue 1
lighti to heighten the effort of a tableau, !
when tho dress of Miss Ella Goodwin, .
coming in contact with tho powerful ,
Hame, was at once ignited, and beiug
composed of very light material, was
almost simultaneously in a blazo from .
top to bottom. Tho flames were soon
smothered in a carpet, but not until the
unfortunate young lady had boeu rather
A SOUTH CAKOLISA KNOW NOTHINO.
The Comptroller-General of South Caro?
lina says ho does not know bow much
money will bo needed to pay the iutepMt
on tho State debt, becauso ho does n.-t j
know iiow many of tho State bonds are j
ont. If there is a mau, living or dead, '
who does know, let him como forth aud
enlighten the shavers of Wall street.
I Sew York Herald.
Tho Patrie says the Committee of tho
Nutionul Assembly, which is investigat?
ing the fuels connected with tho capitu?
lation of tho 1renell fortifications and
armies during tho reeeut war, has ob?
tained proof of Marshal Bazaine's treach?
ery to the Republic.
Robeson is busy reading the life of
Nelson iu order to ascertain what con?
stitutes u great naval hero. He thinks
I ho sees an opening for him to become
A slight shock of an earthquake was
felt at several points in Mississippi re?
cently. At Fayette, in Jefferson County,
it was so severe as to leave a large crack
in the walls of tho cellcgo.
j The first State election this year is lu
be held in New Hampshire, March 12.
There ure four part ?us in the field-Re?
publican, Democrat, Labor tttsform sud
The North Carolina Legislature has
j passed a law for the protection of mock
iug-bird nests, and is dismissing a bill to
prohibit the u, tiing of birds.
Thomas Scott is reported lo roceivt
$100,0110 a year as the sum of his unite,
salaries fruin the diff?rent railroads lind? i
i his control.
MES. Fias SUCCKCDS ro- ?LKK HUS?
BAND'S LAWSUITS.-Judge Blatchford has
decided that Mrs. Fisk oan succeed her
late husband as plaintiff in the suit
against the Union Pacific Railroad
Credit Mobilier and others, by simply
filing the proper petition.
Savannah River was very high at
Augusts, on Friday, but stopped at
twenty-eight feet, after sending the
water through several streets of the oity
and oreating much uneasiness. A part of 1
Hamburg was submerged and the in?
habitants compelled to leave.
8HAKES Capital Building and Loan
?U H took. Apply at this office.
_ Feb 18_ 1
THE mombera of the Columbia (Piena Club
will moot TH IB (Tuesday) EVENING, at
7A o'clock, in theil room, to make arrange?
ments tor a match with the Charleston Chees
Club. I. ED WA HD OHOHABD,
Y. M. C. A.
THE regular monthly meeting of the Young
Men's Christian Association will be held
Tit IK EVENING, at 7J o'clock P. M., in tho
Reading ltoom. A full attendance ls r
quested. D. A. PRE3SLEY,
Fob 13 1 Recording Secretary,
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A. F. M.
A THE regular communication of
^^V?rc<'mml)ia L?dge No. 108, A. P. M.,
TL jt will be held at Masonic Ball, THIS
\ EVENING, at 7 o'clock. A full and
prompt attondauco of tho members is ear?
nestly duuired, as business of vital interest to
tho Lodgu will ho discussed. Members will
take duo milice and KUvern themselves ac?
cordingly, Hy order ot tho W. M.
W. T. WALTER,
Feb Kl 1 Secretary pro tem.
Palmetto Steam Fire Company.
AN extra meet
ling will bo held in tho
lHall, THIS EVEN
IING, 7 o'clock. Punc?
tual attendance re
luueBted. Ry order:
T. P. PURSE,
Tuesday, February 13, 1672.
Ry general request, the world-renowned Tra?
Gr B A CE RAWLINSON,
WILL deliver recitations from HAMLET,
OTHELLO, ROMEO AND JULIET,
Doors open at 7J; commencing at fl o'clock.
Reserved seats $1; admission 75 conta. Tick
et? at Ly Brand's Music Store aud at tho Ho?
tels._ Feb 13 1
Notice to Owners cf Real Estate.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.. February 13, 1872.
THE following extract of "An Ordinance
concerning street*, pavements, Ac," is
publishod for IL for ni a lion:
"That all owners of lots in the city of Co?
lumbia shall each repair, mend and keep, at
hm or her own expense, tho side-walk but?
ting on his or her lot; and any portion ne?
glecting or refuging to do so attcr tou days'
uotico shall forfeit and pay the sum often
 dollars for each ano: every day he or she
M li nil or may so refuse or neglect; and it shall
be the duty of the Chief ol Police, after tho
expiration of Baid notice, to cause said side
walk to bo leveled and repaired at the ex?
penso of the owner, which expense, when ap?
proved by the Mayor and Aldormen, shall bo
collected in the same manner aa the tax upon
The ten days' notice provided for by tho
Ordinance is hereby given. By order:
JOHN ALEXANDER, Mayor.
Attest: WM. J. ETTKH, City Clerk.
Fi b 13 10_
Ribbons, Millinery and Straw Goods.
1*7-3. ALSO, 1873.
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, ETC.
ARMSTRONG, GATOR & CO,,
IMPORTERS. Manufacturers and Jobbern,
Bonnet, Trimming, Neck and Sash RIB?
BONS. Velvet Ribbons, Neck Tics, Bonnet
silks. Satins, Velvota and Crapes, Flowers,
Feat herd, Ornamon'.s, Frame?, Ao. Straw
Bonnet* and Ladies' and Children's Hats,
trimmed and untrimmed. And, in connecting
ware-rooms. White Gooda, Linens, Embroide?
ries, Lacou, NotB,Collars,Sets, Handkerchief*,
Veiling, Hoad Note, Etc., Nos. 237 and 23!)
Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md.
TIIUHO goods are manufactured by us or
bought fir cash directly from tho European
and American manufacturers, embracing all
die latent novelties, uneqnallod in variety and
cheapness iu any markst.. Ordere tilled with
care, promptness and deapatoh. Feb 13 \G9
A 0R??D MASONIC FESTIVAL
Will be giv8u for the benefit of
LEBANON LODGE, NO. 6, A. Y. M.,
AT COOPER it TAYLOR'S HALL,
/COMMENCING on MONDAY EVENING,
\_J February 13, 1H72, at 7 o'clock.
Tho patronage of all favorable to tho craft
and the public generally ia cordially solicited.
HE:?IOK MANAORKS-Brothers W, I* Nash, H.
J. Maxwell, A. O. Jonoa, S. A. Swails, Robert
Smalls, J. A. Bowley, F. L. Carduzo, W. H.
Jones, Jr., R. H. Cain, Joseph Quash, B. A.
Boeomon, Jr.. J. J.Wright, Hardy Edwarde,
J. H. T. Harrison.
.lesion MANAOERS Brothers lt. B. Elliott,
C. J. Houston. C. M. Wilder. A. M.Wallace,
Wm. M. Taylor, H. E. Hayns, F. II. Frost.
COMMITTKKS ON AHRAXOF.MKNTS.
No. 1.-Brothers Morris Seabrook, F. lt.
Melvin ey, H. J. Loe, J. H. White, E. M. Joues,
James Ju.it, Charles Minort, Henry Shrews?
bury, John B. Bascombo.
! No. 2-Brothers J. Harvey Jone?, J. S.
Moblar, John N. Meade, Alon/.o Reese, Tims.
1). McDowell, J. A. Barre, A.P. Holmes, Peter
? Admission 50cents; season tickets ?2; chil?
dren half price.
Tickets C"U be bsd from either of thc Junior
Managers anti at the ?loor.
C. J. HOUSTON, W. M.
W. M. TAYLOR. Secretary. Feb 13 2
MA COMFORTABLE COTTAGE, con?
taining four rooina and a basement, on
Picketts al reel, between Washington
an l Linly at reeta. Apply to Wm. Wallace,
? .nice of" Messrs. Wallace A (been, over
KiHcmnatiirs Store, Richardson street.
Feb 11 C,
? llAYi; thia iU> associated with roo, in the
1 Drug and Apothecary business, Mr. L. T.
si I.Ll MAN. a gradual? ol I'hiladelpliin Col
h- -e ol I'hiirniacv. Tho miine and style ol the
linn will bo FlSliF.lt A slid.I.MAN.
W. C. FISHER.
) IM MU IO, 1ST ?. Jan 20
Bale of King's Mountain Railroad.
Theodor? D. Wegner ?nd Anbury Coward.
Trustees, vt. the King's Moan tain Railroad
Company.-Forecioture of Morlgage.
By II. H. ??LEON,
IN pursuance of the terms of a Mortgage
executed by tho King's Mountain Bail
rord Company, on the 16th day of Marah,
1606, and by virtue of the powers therein
granted, we will boll, at publio aoetion, at
Charleston, S.O., on WEDNESDAY March
20,1871, at ll o'clock, at corner East nay and
The entire RAILROAD of the said Compa?
ny, including the bed and superstructures of
said Road, tho materials used lu construc?
tion, tho stations, etatiob-lionBO depota,
store-houses, work-shops, machinery and fix?
tures theroon, and all the engines and rolling
stock, together with all the rights, prlvflegea
and easement belonging or appertaining to
said Railroad Company.
Terms cash; purchasorh to pay for papera
and stamps. THEODORE D. WAGNEB,
Jan 14 , _^_TrnateSa.
NEW sugar-cured HAMB,
Breakfast Ht rips,
8moked Beef, for Bale low. E. HOPB.
COTTON BEED REFINED OIL, by the gal
lou or barrel. Also, in glaass, pints and
quarts._For salelow._E. HOPE.
FOR sale at Now York ratas, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at
TUE CITIZEN'S' SAVINGS RANK.
-I f\f\DOZEN AXES.
JLVJV_/ 4fe bahB Bagging.
2UU bundles Arrow Ties.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels. *
2U0 nairn Truco Chains. . .
Just received and for sale at lowest1 ttiarkat
prices. L?RICK ft 'LO Wit All OE.
To Bridge Builders.
PROPOSALS aro invited by the undersigned
for the building of a Howe Trusa High?
way Bridge across the Congarcc River, at
Columbia, S O.
The length or the bridge, over all, i* thir?
teen hundred and thirty-nine (1 339) feet; la
ten (10) spans, va ry i oj in length from 101 te
Uti feet olear. . ...
There are also to be laid about COO cubis
yarde of first class masonry, in repairing and
raising tho piora and abutment*.
Propositions aro invited either for tho
wholo work, or for tbe masonry and ?oper
Ht met uro separately, and bridge builders may
submit their own pla?e of superstructure, or
bid on the plans of tba Engineer. Payments
will be made imoaah, aa the work, aovanoea,
on monthly estimates, the usual reservation
being retained until final completion.
Proposals or inquiries may b? addressed to
Col James P. Low, Civil Engineer; Columbia,
S.C. J. L. NEAGLE,
Feb 3 j(j President Columbia Bridge Co.
. Pipes! Pipe?I!
nf\f\Ci INDIAN CLAY PIBES, for
. VJ VJ VJ salo low to dealer?.
Nuv23__ _ JOHN C. SEEGERS.
One Puncheon Lochgilphead.
rpHE host SCOTCH WHISKEY. Dealers
X can have it nearly at cost.
Nov 15 JO BU C. 8BEGERS.
BOUGHT at a moderate discount, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
BARRELS or LIME, for aale low bj
JOHN AGNEW A SOW.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON OOOD COLLATERAL. Apply at
Jan 23 CITIZENS' SAVING? BANK.
Office of City Treasurer,
COLOMBIA, 8. C., February 9, 1873.
THE following extraot from "An Ordinance
to raise supplies for the year 1872," ie re?
published for general information:
SEC. 7. That if any person or persons shall
fail, negloot or refuse to make a return or re?
turns to tho City Aascsaor, on oath, of hin,
her or their taxable property, on or before the
31st day of January, A. D. 1872, (oxoept aa.in
this Ordinance otherwise provided,) such pier?
sen or persons ahall then be as se?sed hythe
City Assessor for sud on all his. her or their
propel ty, or other things taxed by thia Ordi?
nance, according to tho best information he
can obtain of the valuo of such taxable pro?
perty or other t liing ; and auch person or per?
sons who shall fall, neglect or refnso to make
a rut urn or returns as aforesaid, or pay the
tax thereon, on or before tho 13th day of Fe?
bruary next, shall be subject to, and pay, in
addition to said tax, ten per cont, thereon.
WILLIAM J. UTTER,
Feb If) 5 City Treasurer.
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.
-OUYAN di RIcOAltTKU
HAYE a new and elegant assortment
SENTIMENTAL and COMIC
From 5 cents to 13 each. A discount to deal?
N. B. This is LEAP-YEAR-to thc ladies.
VALENTINES FUR 1872.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PRICES 10, 20, 30, 40,50, 75 cents and $1
each; also, prices at ?1.25, np to 15, with
envelopes to match any of lu? abuve. Grder?
bv mail carnbilly selected and shipped.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Bookaollert.
ONE puncheon "FINEST ?AMPBELTON,''
of my own diroct importation, via New
York. This, by actual teat, is 10 per oent.
ever proof, and ia pronounced by all who
have tested or tasted it, as the finest ever
brought to Columbia.
Full stock old WINES aod BRANDIES.
Holland GIN, Jamaica RUM, Scotch Eng?
lish and German ALES, London and Dublin
BORTER, CURACOA and MARASCHINO.
Meet and Chanden CHAMPAGNES, of the
famous vintage, 1808-finest of tho century.
Reasonable prices and full satisfaction gua?
ranteed. GEO. SYMMERS.
Feb 8 _
New Crop Molatses.
WE offer two cargoes (850 hogsheads)
prime new crop MOLASSES, direct
(rom Cardenas and Havana.
WORTH A WORTH,
Feb 10 12? Wilmington. N. C.
Rust Proof Seed Oats.
ffAA BUSHELS Rust Proof SEED OATS,
DHU for sale by E. HOPE.
Oh oicc Potatoes! Choice Potatoes'. !
lliRESEES PEERLESS NO. fi and
EAU D' ROSE POTATOES.
Yiri TUOUT exception, BR ES IC E'S PEER
W LESS and EARLY ROSE are tho best
seedlings for main crop. No better potato
?eau be planted. 1 h?vo a tine lot selected
lir.-t with regard to size niel quality. For
"Hie hv E. ll. HEiNirsn,
J a u'21 Druggist.