Newspaper Page Text
. ; ror.??? ASTUTO. -.j fv* X I
LONDON, February'' 13. ASte?leV >??
bis Af rican exploring party were artiga?
ra September 13, 1671, in good health.
LONDON, Pebrnary 13i~The Anglo
American Association resolved not to
disons* tho Alabama question while a
hope of friendly settlement remains.
The Persian famine continues. Many
are dying daily.
Bombay telegrams say the assassi na?
tion of Mayo oaqsea intense excitement
throughout India. Business is suspend?
ed in Calcutta and Bombay.
The Franco-German postal convention
has been signed. ' ,
A me rio aa IntcIllKcnc?.
WASHINGTON, February 13.-The PoBt
master-General has issued a circular to
SostmasterB urging that the name of the
banty be placed upon mail matter,
thereby saving delay, confusion and loss.
HAT.TWAY, February 13.-The Ameri?
can schooner David M. Hilton, tor
Havre, while overhauling her trawls,
loat throo men.
8AI/C LASS, February 13.-The Mor?
mon ticket was elected. Women and
The Japanese'embasBy will be obliged
to return to San Francisco, and take a
steamer via Panama. No prospect of
raising the snow blockade for perhaps a
month. The Post Office Department is
proposing for stage service around the
blockade for sixty days.
Naw YOKE, February 13.-The officers
of . the Bowling Green Savings Bank
have been arrested on . the charge of
misappropriation of the funds of the in?
The hotel of Morrisana was burned
to-day. Tho inmates .narrowly escaped.
?The Methodist - preachers favor a
longer term of ministration. The sub
jeot will be brought before the General
RICHMOND, VA., February 13.-The
report of the special committee on the
State debt failed in the Hoase. A pro?
longed session will probably be neoessary
to settle the question.
O. W. White, deputy postmaster at
Barnesville, was arrested to-day for rob?
bing the mails.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., February 13.
The resolution, impeaching Governor
Heed passed the House. Lieutenant
Governor-Day assumes the Governor?
FRANKFORT, KT., February 13.-A
swindler, pretending to be a nephew of
General Lee, was escorted from town.
NEW YOBS, February 13-Evening.
O'Baldwin accepts Mace's challenge.
The French residents subscribed
$4,000 daring the week to aid in paying
the German war debt.
Eleven jurors have been secured in
Tho receiver of the S tur ti vant Savings
Bank reports enough assets to cover
The vice-President of the Bowling
Green Savings Ban & has been bailed in
ST. LOUIS, February 13.-The offioers
of the penitentiary have been indicted
for flogging a negro oonviot.
WASHINGTON, February 13-Evening.
Fall Cabinet to-day, except Delano.
The British and Amerioan mixed com?
mission rejected the claim of Thomas
Sterling for property token by the
United States army in King and Queen
County, Va. Adjourned to March 4.
Under the present law, tobacco is di?
vided into two classes-one paying a tax
of sixteen and the other of thirty-two
cents per pound. The House Commit?
tee of Ways and Means, at their session
this morning, agreed to reduce the tax
on the latter olaBs to twenty-four cents;
leaving the tax on the other as at pre?
Ex-Congressman Stokes, of Tennes?
see, has been convicted of acting as a
claim agent while a member of Congress.
In the House, the bill revising the
mints, assay offices and coinage of the
country, was made the special order for
the second Tuesday in March. The bill
appropriating $350,000 for publio build?
ings in Albany, New York, passed the
House and went to the Senate. The bill
of the Committee on Naval Appropria?
tion appropriates nearly 818,000,000.
The dnbate developed the fact that the
Government could not add any vessels
to the present force in case of war until
the personnel of the navy was inoreased,
which is now limited to 8,500 mon,
whilst the British navy had G-1,00 J.
In the Senate, the bill removing goods
in bond from original packages in oase of
nocident or legal interference passed.
After an ineffectual effort got ap am -
nesty, with a threat from Sumner that
he would again amend it, the appropria
bill was taken up.
Probabilities-The low barometer on
Lake Huron will probably oontinue to
move North-eastward over Canada. Tbo
winds on the lower lakes very generally
will veer to the North-west, with falling
temperature, and North-east winds will
veer to the South-west throughout the
Atlantic States. Clearing weather, with
falling t?ojp?i?tnro, will prevail cs
Wednesday South and West of Pennsyl?
vania. An area of high barometer, with
cold bnt pleasant weather, will prevail in
the upper Mississippi valley and West?
ward, followed by falling barometer and
threatening weather on Wednesday
RICHMOND, February 13.-Col. John
W. Jenkins, a prominent Republican,
was arrested to-day, by the Sergeant-at
Arms of the House, under a rosolntion
obarging him with oontempt, in refusing
to answer questions, before the Commit?
tee of Investigation, as to alleged bribery
and corruption in the passage of tho
funding bill, nt the last session. Jen?
kins bad testified that himself and Gen.
Bradley T. Johnson bad been employed,
professionally, to lobby the bil!, but re?
fused to tell who paid or what amount ur
fee had boon paid them. Jenkins is now
in custody, and will be arraigned before
tho bar of tho Hoaso to-morrow. A bili
waa introdaoed in> ibadfrs**W&ii&i
the aeolian, of tho funding-bill making
coupon? receivable. Jot taxes, and waa
tushed td engrossment by 96 'ayes to 18
nays. : , _ .. , .
Fi m?c c l?i avrnd Oommerelal.
LONDON, February 18-SP. M.-Con?
sols 91%. Booda fll^.
FRANKFORT, February 13-B>>cdn
PARU?, February 13.-Kontos 68f. 47o.
LIVERPOOL, February 13-3 P. M -
Cotton heavy-uplands 11>?; Orleans
11% ; shipping at New Orleans 11^.
LIVERPOOL, Febrnary 13-Evening.
Cotton closed dull-uplands- U}?; Or?
leans 11%; nearly doe from Savannah
or Charleston ll; shipping at New Or?
leme 11%.. Manchester advices less fa?
NEW YORK, Febrnary 13-Noon.
Stooks steady. Gold steady, at 10%.
Money epsy, at 6. Government and
State bonds dull but steady. Fxahauge-j*
long9??; short 9%. Floor quiet but
firm. Wheat a shade firmer. Corn
quiet and unchanged. Pork dull, at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard steady. Cotton
nominal-uplands 23; Orleans 23%; sales
124 bales. Freights steady.
7 P. M.-Cotton weak and nominal;
sales 334 bales-uplands 22%; Orleans
28??. Flonr in moderate request and
unchanged. Whiskey 02%. Wheat a
shade firmer-winter rod Western 1.61(a)
l.GS. Corn dosed heavy and lowor
72>?@74. Rice, in moderate request, at
8@8#. .Pork firmer, at 14.2r>@H.?U
Beef . activer. Lard activer and un?
changed. Freights steady. Sales of fu?
tures to dav, 11,800 bains, as follows:
Februnrv 22 5 16, 22^; March 221-16,
22%; April 22&, 23; May 23, 2Z%; Juno
23 3-16, 23 5-16; July 23 5-16. Money
easy, at 6@7. Sterling 0%@0%. Gold
10^@10)^. Governments strong and
PHILADELPHIA, February 13.-Cotton
GALVESTON, February 13.-Cotton
dnll and nominal-good ordinary 19%;
receipts 945 bake; sales 100; stock
AuacsTA, Febrnary 13.-Cotton doll
and nominal-middling 21 %; receipta
550 bales; sales 400.
Nsw ORLEANS, Febrnary 13.-Cotton
dull-middling 22; reoeipta 9,343 bales;
sales 2,500; stook 244,065. Corn dull
and lower-white 80. . Pork scarce
mess 16.25. Others nnobanged.
SAVANNAH, February 13.-Cotton quiet
and steady - middling 21%; receipts
1,688 bales; sales 700; stook 74,897.
BALTIMORE, February 18.-Cotton
dnll and nominally lower-middling
22%@22%; receipta 884 bales; sales 125;
WILMINGTON, February 13.-Cotton
firm-middling 22; receipts 147 bales; :
sales 40; stock 4,509.
CHARLESTON, February 13.-Cotton
doll and nominal-middling 21^'@22; i
receipts 769 bales; stock 30,731.
NORFOLK, February 13.-Cotton dull
-low middling 22; receipts 1,270 bales; \
sales 100; stock 3,542.
MoniLE, February 13.-Cotton weak- i
middling 21%; receipts 1,395 bales; <
Bales 200; stook 67,374.
CINCINNATI, Febrnary 13.-The Go- i
vernor of Kentucky has signod the :
Southern Railroad bill.
BOSTON, Febrnary 13.-Cotton dull- I
middling 23>?; receipts 59 bales; sales I
300; stook 7,000. i
During the debate in the Senato the
other day.on Mr, Sumner's social equal?
ity amendment, Mr, Wilson said that ?
the question of intermarriage between ,
the white and black races had been set?
tled in Massachusetts thirty years ago- ;
that the State had repealed her law on \
the subjeot at the time, and that all pre?
dictions of the dreadful results that were (
to follow had signally failed. In this \
Mr. Wilson was correot. It was feared (
that if the law prohibiting the marriage t
of white and black people in Maasachu- ]
setts were repealed, the negro men wonld j
want to marry the white women of tho (
State, but the fear proved to bo utterly j
groundless. The law was repealed, and \
the women who were anxiously awaiting ,
an opportunity to marry negroes under <
the sanction of legislative enactments ,
are waiting still. The "colored gentle- ,
men" of the State very justly concluded,
it would seem, that the white woman
who is willing to marry a negro is not fit
to be a negro's wife, and the result is a
very large majority of suoh women iu
that State still continue to repose their
weary, rheumatic and seemingly ema?
ciated limbs upon single bedsteads, with
"no one to love, none to caress."
NEORO EQUALITY.-The New York
Commercial, a Republican paper, makes
these very sensible remarks:
"Fred. Douglass, who was lately re?
fused admission to the Planters' Hotel,
St. Louis, explains that he went there
for the express purpose of ereating a
rumpus, thinking thus 'to bring the dis?
ease to the surface, and effect a euro.'
We are afraid the disease lies deeper
than Fred.'s remedy can reach. Full
equality before the is the privilege
of all, 'without distinction of race or
color,' but the Almighty has established
certain natural barriers between the
white man and the blaok, that no human
statutes or ordinances can ever over?
throw. Charles Sumner, with his oivil
rights bill, and Fred. Douglass, with his
social equality chimera, may not aee
this, but the future will demonstrate it
even to their satisfaction."
The Boston Post says "they are giving
and taking the lie in a lively manner iu
the South Carolina Legislature." If it
bo true that a fair exchange is no rob?
bery, this exchange of lies by the mem?
bers is about tho only thing that Legis?
lature has over done that wasn't a rob?
bery of somebody. - Courier-Journal.
Au Indiana man murdered his wife.
Ile plead not guilty; but tho court
proved that he could toll a lio-that ho
did it with his little hatchet.
8KorjTioN^, , BTO.-Tile , rF?ftt?y ?hasette
i Ar kansas) bu tb? -following, nnder the
appropriate headibg, "A State for Bal?:"
"Well, we bave tho fruits of the oar
pet-bag system o? taxation before ns in
the shape of auditor's advertisements of
sale of lands forfeited to the State of
Arkansas, in consequence of tho non?
payment o! taxes due thereon,' to tako j
place on tho '?^cond Monday in Febrn
ary, 1872,' published in the Weekly Re?
publican, of January 9. Borne idea of
the magnitude of the taxation imposed
upon the people of Arkansas by Mr.
Carpet-bagger's government in the first j
year of his role may be derived from an |
examination of this advertisement, re?
collecting that the lands embraced in it
are only the residuum after the collect?
ors have sifted all that oonld be sold in
the Counties where forfeited for the I
pri?e of the taxes unpaid, and after the |
owners have had two 'years to. redeem
from the auditor such as they were able
"The advertisement is printed ia non?
pareil type, and occupies more than six?
teen pagQB of a sheet SB largo as the
Weekly Gazelle. At legal (carpet-bag)
rates, the mere publication of it one in?
sertion costa tho Stute of Arkansas
$12,3121 It is published also in pam?
phlet form. This pamphlet contains, in
the same size typo, in medium octavo
form, 228 closoly printed pages. We
have taken one page as an average of the
whole. The auditor offers for sale on
that page seventy-two'tracts, 15,837.271
acres, taxed for $2,901.62. or nearly
nineteen cents per acre. Taking page
111 as an average of the whole 228 pages,
and we learn that, comprised in 16,116
trouts, tho wholo number of acres of?
fered by the auditor of lands forfeited iu
1868 is 8,662,540.91 - 011 which the j
amount of taxes unpaid is 9651,462 20
a som far greater than the entire reve?
nue of any year before 1868. We oom
mend this statoment of figures to those 1
States who keep the carpet-baggers in
their own penitentiaries."
L ITT LB DELA WARS AT THE THROAT OF
MASSACHUSETTS.-In reply to some re?
marks of Mr. Hoar, o' Massachusetts
on the educational bill, Mr. Biggs, of
Delaware, opposed the bill. He turned
his attention to the speech made by Mr.
Hoar some weeks ago, in which some I
allusions were made to the discredit of '
Delaware, and said he would read the
criminal statistics of the saintly State of 1
Massachusetts. He would read the
crimen in their alphabetical order. They
used up all the letters of the alphabet,
except the last fonr. He found that in
four years-1866, 1867. 1868 and 1869
the number ol griminal prosecutions in
Massachusetts was 10,036. They had
increased from 1,945 in 1866 to 3,458 in
1869. And what were those crimes?
Arson, adultery, burglary, bigamy, con?
spiring to dofraud, drunkenness, defac?
ing tomb-stones, forgery, horso-atealing,
highway robbery, keeping hotel without
license, night-walking, obtaining money
under falso pretenses, perjury, polyga?
my, playing curds on Sunday, attending |
sock fights, refusing to pay railroad
taxes, selling liquor, selling obscene
prints, selling diseased meat, threaten?
ing to burn churches. When tho ho?
norable gentleman from Massachusetts
talked about the illiteraoy of Delaware,
bo should tell the House how Massachu?
setts presented such a black reoord of
SODDEN DEATH OP A PROMINENT CITI?
ZEN.-Our citizens were painfully sur?
prised last Sunday afternoon, by the
intelligence of the sodden decease of
Dr. David J. Bothwell, senior partner
?if the firm of D. J. & J. T. Bothwell.
He was apparently in his usual health at
linner on that day, and soon after par?
taking of which ho laid down for his ac?
customed afternoon nap. Io a short |
;ime after he had laid down on the bed
xe complained of being unwell, and in a
few moments expired. His death was
mused, we believe, by paralysis. Dr.
Bothwell waa a native of Jefferson Conn-1
y, but resided for some years past,
mtil bis removal to this city, in Dooly
bounty, which he at one time represent?
ed in the Legislature. He was about I
nxty years of age.
\A ugusta Constitutionalist.
A Baltimore letter says of Mrs. Whar?
ton: "So strong is the feeling aoainst her1
ii oro, that it in understood Mrs. Wharton
lins engaged quarters io Annapolis to 1
?wait her trial, in April, for the alleged
attempt to poison Mr. Van Noss. The
prosecution will, it is understood, push
this case with vigor, and not a few antici?
pate it may result in conviction. It
should be stated, however, that tho
counsel for Mrs. Wharton and their
families are confident that she is a deeply
wronged and innocent woman; ana I
hear that Mw. Steele proposes to give
her a reception at an early day, and to
strike off from ber visiting list nil who
fail to attend. This shows that the nn
fortunate woman is not without strong |
adherents, even in a community so hos?
tile to ber."
SUDDEN DEATH..- WO are pained to
ohroniole tho sadden death, on Sunday
morning last, at Davidson College, of
Mr. C. M. Douglass, one of tho editors
of the Davidson Monthly. He was ap?
parently, well on Sunday morning, and in
a short time he was a corpse. We un?
derstand that his sadden death was
caused from tho "rising of tho heart."
Mr. Douglass was a young man who bid
fair to make his mark in this world, bad
not death so suddenly transplanted him
from time into eternity. Mr. D. was
studying for tho ministry.
I Citar lotte Observer.
A Californian has sued a nowspapcr
for libel and received damages to the
amount of ono cont. By the way,
isn't it a little singular that nobody who
BUOS a newspaper for Hbo) now-a-days
over thinks to start a national bunk with
tho money ho makes by it?
J^nejday last vie^t? whilst Senator Car?
penter, bf Wisconsin, waa making a
ranting. speech against "rebela" and
amnesty. Butler entered the chamber.
The Washington correspondent of the
Baltimore journal, writing February 1st,
Whilst he (Carpenter) waa talking,
that piece of hideous iniquity, yclept,
Hon. Beast Butler waddled (for a walk
it is not) into the Senate Chamber and
took a seat next to. the Senatorial "Buf?
foon" Nye, bnt, as is the case of those
who have a troubled conscience, he
would not Bit still, and again waddled or
waggled bis carcass to the other side of
the chamber, where he button-holed
the so-called "Adonis" of the Senate,
Conkling, of New York, and pulled
him down to a seat on one of the sofas,
where, for twenty minutes, he engaged
in a conversation. He then moved to a
seat next to Carpenter on bis left, and
but three desks from that of the Hon.
Garrett Davis, of Kentucky, who arose
after Carpenter had finished, and made
an elaborate reply, lt was a very funny
thing to see the way in which the Hon.
Beast jumped np from that scat, when
Mr. Davis commenced speaking, and
sneaked away from Davis' vicinity as he
remembered bis experienoe with that
gentleman's offended dignity about a
year since. His jump was sudden, and
caused a loud guffaw from "Jester" Nyo
and others, while tho audience iu thu
galleries laughed vory knowingly, and
the Hon. Beast looked like a sneak-thief
caught iu soma gentleman's passage?
way with a stolen coat over his arm
and he knew it-for he shortly left.
They hud a terrifying sensation in a
boarding house iu Davenport, Iowa, tho
other evening, tho result of the peuchaut
of the lady for a little fun. This lady
put on a ghostly mask, donned a coat
of her husband's, aud creeping softly to
tho door of another lady, pushed it ajar,
aud, with a groan, put her.head in the
opening. The occupant turned, and
looked, and gave a shriek, and fell to the
floor in spasms. The fun-maker saw
the result of her sport and swooned
away! Tho noise made by the victim
caused a rash of the other boarders to
the scene, who appreciated tho situation
at onoe. It was with great difficulty
that the frightened lady was restored to
consciousness, and after that she was in
a crazed state of mind for several hours.
Meantime the other lady was taken to
her room, where restoratives brought
her to hor senses. She inquired us to
the condition of her friend, und, when
some ono told her the fate, she fainted
again, remaining in an alarming condi?
tion BO long that her husband and all
about her were filled with the direst ap?
prehensions. Both ladies wero unable
to leave their room next day.
A MAD ELEPHANT.-A story comes
from India of a mad elephant which, for
many years, has beeu tho terror of a
tract in the "Central Provinces." About
twenty years sinae the animal escaped,
and killed in that period some eighty or
100 human beings. Some of tho car?
casses, it is suid, tho elophant devoured,
but this is questionable, as being oontra
ry to the habits of the creature. The
monster was more dreaded than any
"man-eating tigers," sinoe the houses of
the natives were no protection, the ele?
phant destroying houses to get at tho in?
mates. The savage beast was hunted
and killed in December last, by an Eng?
lish officer, at the head of a party of na?
tives. The Government reward, $100,
was divided among the natives.
IB NOT A CAHPET-BAQ STATE.-A reso?
lution in tho Illinois Legislature, ap?
proving and commending Sheridan's
military occupation of Chicago, which
was pressed by Federal office-holders as
a direct menace to Governor Palmer,
was postponed last Wednesday sine die.
Some of its chief opponents were Re?
publicans. When congratulated by his
friends on the result, Goveruor Palmer
remarked that ha desired tho administra?
tion to understand that Illinois is no
carpet-bag State; that Illinois has no
carpot-bag Governor; and that Illinois
has no carpet-bag Legislatura.
The Cincinnati Commercial persists in
its disloyalty. It now says:
"Zack Chandler is a very sanguinary
person. Ho thirsted for tho sprinkling
of blood before tho war commenced, and
languishes now because tho Government
does not hang or shoot two or three
hundred unrepentant rebels. We pre?
sume ho did it, but we do not now recall
tho exact period of tho war when Chand?
ler shed his own or anybody oise's goto,
though it was a first class opportunity
Notwithstanding tho Memphis, tho
Nashville, and the Louisville papers,
and the telegraph despatches from tho
South, have all established that tho
Cincinnati Gazelle's Ku Klux story from
Brownsville, Tenn., was a hoax, yet the
Gazelle has thus far pertinaciously re?
fused to correct the error. If it had
boon a story of negro Radioals killing
white men, would that paper have re?
mained silent so long?
The Knoxville Democrat of tho 7(h
inst, states that Mr. Trice, the conduc?
tor on tho sleeping car on tho Memphis
and Charleston Railroad, who assaultel
Gen. Dabney H. Maury on his car, after
the train had left Chattanooga a few
days ago, has been dismissed from the
service of the oompany.
Iowa boasts that hor chief magistrate,
Governor Carpenter, practices tho econ?
omy of tho fathers. Ho was inaugurat?
ed in a suit of homespun, and delighted
tho good people with his affability and
Col. Fleming Gardener, tho recently
appointed Chief Engineer of tho Jackson?
ville, Ponsecola aud Mobile Railroad, is
a native of Virginia, and for some? time
during tho war was Gen. Jubal Barley's
At Lawrence University, Wis., ono
third of tho students aro ladies.
WIM" agaa-*ur~*--.-??-- --. .
Thia inoia?fc?,* rt?latei? :Ki IRe Atianta
Constitution, does honor tb 'G oye ra or
Smith, of Georgia, reoently elected to
that position: "Wo hear that.? deatitnte
woman made her appearance at the Exe-1
outive Mansion Saturday evening joBt at
dusk, with her little son and only child.
She was a stranger in the city, had no
where to go, and no money, and tho I
earth was covered with snow and ico. !
Her husband had fallen with his feet to
the foe at Manassas, and that was enough.
Tho poor widow and her eon were taken
in and kindly oared for; a bountiful sup?
per was furnished them, and a supply of
blankets purchased to keep them warm.
The next morning, after another bounti
ful meal, the widow and orphan were .
forwarded to their friends."
POINTED AND THU E.-The Ci n oin nat i
Commercial expresses surprise at the hos?
pitality extended to the Duke AICX?B by
the good people of Louisville, Ey., con?
sidering that the Duke's regal father was
an abolition i st of the first class. South?
ern people hav6 seldom buen known to
be wanting in hospitality to strangers,
unless thoy ure imposed upon by some
canting or howling carpet-bagger from I
New England, and other pretentious
Puritan localities.-New York Herald.
Ohio loses annually $8,000,000 in sheep
killed by dogs, and nearly $1,000,000 in
injuries. Tho sheep of Illinois and
Maryland aro beiug rapidly thinned out
in the same way, the former State having
fallen in two years from the sixth to the
ninth rank among the States in tho num?
ber nnd value of its sheep from this
HOTEL AUMVAI.8, February V?.-Nicker son
House-Hr aud Mrs L J Patterson, D Cole?
man, O li Schumport. BC; Mies FM Fitz
hugh, Petersburg; W H Wheeler, Miss Whee?
ler, C lt Wheoler, N C; Kev WobBter and wife,
Orangeburg; WH Winburn, Winston; B 8a
tertbwaite and wife, J J Kerr, N Y; O W Bad?
ger, Charlotte; W Perry, Pendleton; J C Proc?
tor. Philadelphia; H A Blackwell, Browns?
ville; H Y A Lipscomb, Maysville.
Tho friends and acquaintances of Mrs.
MARGARET DUNN and of Mr. and Mra. D.
G. Thompson aro respectfully invited to
attend thc funeral services of the former, at
St. Peter's Church, THIS AFTEBNOON, at 4
Columbia Chapter No. 6, B. A. H.
,?MM THE regular convocation will be hold
$8flj?|in Masonic Hall, THIS EYENINQ, at
ragg7 o'clock. Bv order of thoM. E. H. P.
tmm JOH? MORBI80N.
Fob 14 1 Secretary.
TITERE will bo a meeline: of the Columbia
Obesa Club, THIS .EVENING, at 7*
o'clock, in their regular place of meeting.
All members will ploasc attend, as there will |
bo busiuesa of great importance brought bo
fore the mooting.
I. EDWARD ORCHARD,
Feb 14 1 Bpcretary.
DR. DEAN CL ABE
Will lecture on
AT IRWIN'S HALL,
ON THURSDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGS,
February 15 and IC, at 7i o'clock;
SUNDAY, February 18, at 10* A. M. and 7i
SP III IT P HO TOO RA PUS SHOWN.
?a- Admission, 25 cents._ Feb 14 2
GOD FISH, ETC.
tSOO fiBS NoT& 8cotiaOOD FI8H>Tcry
- Rarrelu and Kits No. 1 Mackerul.
- Boxes Smoked Herrings.
Lobster, Salmon and Bardines, in tin.
All fresh and juBt received, at
Feb 14 t_Main atroot.
Notice to Owners of Beal Estate.
COLUMBIA, S. C.. February 12,1872.
THE following extract of "An Ordinance
concerning streets, pavoments, Ac," is
published for information:
"That all owners of lots in tho city of Co?
lumbia aball each repair, mend and keep, at
bia or her own expense, the side walk tau?
ting on his or her lot; and any person ne?
glecting or refuging to do so aftor ten day?'
notice ?hall forfeit and pay tho sum of ton
[ HU) dollars for euch and overy day ho or sho
.-hail or may HO refuse or neglect; and it shall
bo tho duty of tho Chief of Police, after the
expiration of ?aid notice, to cauae said side?
walk to bo lovoled and repaired at thc ex?
penso of tho ownor, which expense, when ap?
proved by tho Mayor and Aldermen, shall be
collected'in tho same manner SB tho tax upon
The ten days'notico provided for by tho !
Ordinance is hereby given. By order:
JOHN ALEXANDER, Mayor.
Attest: WM. J. En-En, City Clerk.
Feb 13 ld
A GRAND MASONIC FESTIVAL
Will bo given for the benclit of
LEBANON LODGE, ?0.0, k, I H.,
AT COOPER <& TA YL01VS HALL,
COMMENCING on MONDAY EVENING,
February 12,1872, at 7 o'clock.
Tho patronage of all favorable to the craft
amt tho public goncrally is cordially solicited.
SKNion MANAOERS-Brothore W. B. Nash, H.
J. Maxwell, A. O. Jo?os, S. A. Swails, Robert
Smalls, J. A. Bowley, F. L. Cardozo, W. H.
Jones, Jr.. R. H. Cain, Joaeph Quash, B. A.
Boacnion, Jr., J. J. Wright, Hardy Edwai de,
J. H. T. Harrison.
JUNIOR MANAOERS-Brothers R. B. Elliott,
C. J. Houston. C. M. Wilder. A. M. Wallace,
Wm. M. Taylor, H. E. Uayno, F. H. Froat.
COMMITTEES ON AURANOEMENTS.
No. 1.-Brothers Morris Boabrook, F. R.
McKinloy, B. J. Loo, J. H. White, E. M. Jones,
James Just, Chai les Minort, Iloury Shrews?
bury, John lt. Bascombe.
No. 2-Brothers J. Harvroy Jones, J. 8.
Moblev, John N. Meado, Alonzo Reese, Thos.
D. McDowell, J. A. Barro, A. P. Holmes, F?tor
Admission 50 cents; season tickets $2; chil?
dren half price.
Tickets cs n bc had from either o? thcJuuior
Managers and at tho door.
C. J. HOUSTON, W. M.
W. M. TAYLOR, Secretary. Fob 13 2
MA COMFORTABLE COTTAGE, cou
tinning four rooms and a basement, on
Pick?iM street, between Washington
and Lady streets. Apply to Win. Wallace,
otlice of Moasrs. Wallace A Oreen, over
Eisoumann's Storo, Richardson street.
Feb ll 0
Sale cf King's Mountain Railroad.
Theodor? J>. Wagner and Aabnry Coward,
Tr outee*. vt. the King's Moon t ?In Bailroad
Company.-Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By H. H. DeliKON.
Fpursuance of the terms of a Mortgage
exeouted by the King's Mr-'it?in Bad
road Company, on the 15th day of Marah,
1868, and by virtue of the powers therein
granted, we will soil, at publio anotion, at
Charleston, S.O., on WEDNESDAY, March
20,1871. at ll o'clock, at corner East Bay and
The eu tire RAILROAD of the said Compa?
ny, including the bed and superstructures of
said Road, the materials need in construc?
tion, the atationa, atation-houBe denote,
Btore-housoB, work-shops, machinery and fix?
tures thereon, and all the engines and rolling
stock, together with all the rights, privilege*
and easement belonging or appertaining to
said Railroad Company.
Terms cash; purcbaaors to pay for papera
and stamps. THEODORE D. WAGNER,
ABBUBY COW ABD,
Jan 14_ Trust?es.
WITH THE NEW TEAR
OUR STOCK OK
WINTER DRY GOODS
Consumers of DRY GOODS, make a note of
tho above. We muat clear out Winter Sto:k,
and BARGAINS may bo expected, aB large re?
ductions in prices will be made, at the
POPULAR DBY OOODS HOUSE OF
W. D. LOVE A CO. .
W. D. Lova,
B. B. MOCREEBT._Jan 3
IRS, FURS, FURS!
Our success in the
sale of FURS, has in?
duced us to offer the
balance of the stock at
a still further REDUC?
R. C. SHIVER & CO.
R. C. SHIVER._DAVID JONE8.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaasB, pints and
FOR salo at Now York ratea, at
THE CITIZENS' SA.VING8 BANK.
New York Exchange
BOUGHT and sold, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVING8 BANK.
-I g^\f\DOZEN AXES.
XVJW 48 bales Bagging.
2U0 bundles Arrow Ties.
20 dozeu Railroad Shovels.
200 pairs Trace Chains.
Just received and for sale at lowest markst
pricea. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
BOUGHT at a moderate discount, at
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
$50,000 to Loan,
ON GOOD COLLATERAL. Applv at .
Jan 23 CITIZENS' SAVINGS'BANK.
ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.
HUYAN At AIcOARTER
HAVE a new and elegant assortment of
SENTIMENTAL and COMIC
From 5 cents to f 3 oach. A discount to deal?
N. B. Thia is LEAP-YEAR-to tho ladies.
Feb 7 _
VALENTINES FOR 1872.
WHOLESALE AN J) RETAIL.
PRICES 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 75 centB and M
oaoh; also, pricea at (1.25, np to (5, with
envelopes to match any of the abovo. Ordere
by mail carefully selected and shipped.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Bookseller?.
New Crop Molasses.
WE oiler two cargoes (350 hogsheads)
prime now crop MOLASSES, direst
from Cardonas and Havana.
WORTH A WORTH,
Feb 10 12? Wilmington, N. C.
Rust Proof Seed Oats.
*" f\><~\ BUSHELS Rii>?t Proof SEED OATS,
DUU for salo by E. HOPE.
Fob 10 _
Copartnership-FiBher & Silliman.
IHAYE this day associated with me, in the
Drug and Apothecary business, Mr. L. T.
SILL!MAN, a graduate of Philadelphia Col?
lege nf Pharmacy. The name and stylo of tho
linn will bc FISHER A BILLI M AN.
I W. C. FISHER,
JANUARY IC, 1872. Jan 20