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LONDON, February 29.-It is reported
that Victoria will visit the Imperial
Princes of Qermany.
The Lord Mayor of London has pre?
sented a congratulatory address to the
Prince of Wales. Five persons were
killed and thirty injured by the pressure
at the thanksgiving ceremonies.
LONDON, February 29.-The Times
sayB England will pay nothing eave what
sho is required to in obedience to the
deoieion of the Geneva tribunal of arbi?
tration. She has never dreamed ol of?
fering any composition of difficulties
outside ol the treaty. If the treaty is a
failure, it is the fault of the American
A misoreant fired n pistol at Quoen
Yiotoria, while driving on Constitution
Hill. No damage. Tho misoreant was
NBW YORK, February 29.-A saloon?
keeper nt Hamilton, Ohio, shot fatally a
Johnny Devine, a pugilist, has been
convicted of murder at San Francisco.
The Apaches captured Dull Creek
Station, Arizona, killing three men and
capturing the stage horses.
The Germans of San Franoisoo are
organizing for independent action in the
coming Presidential cumpaign.
A Matamoros special says tho San
Joan has loft Brownsville for Oamargo,
with bonded goods. The Mexican au?
thorities abandoned tho idea of captur?
ing her, en route, but propose to start a
foroe to aid Cortiua to capture Camargo
before the San Juan's arrival. Reports
from Tampico state that the revolution?
ists had captured San Luis Potosi.
A despatch from Albany says the Ju?
diciary Committee will recommend the
impeachment of Judges Carduzo and
Grove's cotton factory, at Craigville,
was burned this morning. Loss 820,000
It is understood that Leet & Co. con?
tinue to hold their bonded warehouses,
but have lost the general order business.
Tho State forbids the prosecution of
merchants for bribeiy, baaed upon their
evidence before the committee.
Seward thinks the demand for conse?
quential damages beneath tho dignity of
the United States, which should demand
an apology, instead of money. He
thinks war impossible.
WASHINGTON, February 29.-In the
Senate, the Judiciary Oommittee report?
ed adversely, and asked the indefinite
postponement of a bill allowing accused
persons to testify in their behalf. Mor?
ton said be had a protest from two
Southern District Attorneys, that the
passage of the bill would work great ad?
vantage to certain persons whom thoy
were about to try. Hamlin objected to
indefinite postponement, and the bill
went on the calendar. A bill placing
obstaoles in the way of former owners of
lands sold for taxes, in insurrectionary
States, went over, under objection frpm
Johnston, of Virginia.
BALTIMORE, February 29.-Benjamin
F. Johnson, for eleven years a faithful
operator in tho Western Union Tele?
graph office in this city, and one of the
beat operators in the country, died last
night, of consumption, aged twenty-two.
WASHINGTON, February 29-Evening.
The Japs have arrived. The six prin?
cesses proceeded immediately to George?
town. The males went to Arlington
Hotel. Cov.Cooke and Delegate Chip?
man received them.
In the Senate, the Houso bill exempt?
ing canned fruits, itu., passed, and goes
ko the President. Sawyer, from the
Committee on Education and Labor, re?
ported adversely upon the educational
Biiffrugo test. Chandler rose to a per?
sonal explanation, and read a letter from
a gentleman in Jackson, Michigan, stat?
ing that somebody bad sent him oertain
reform movement and liberal Republican
documents, under his (Chandler's) frauk
and that of Senator Morton. Tho
writer expressed his astonishment thnt
these two distinguished Senators should
oiroulato auch publications, and asked
Chandler to send him no moro docu?
ments, unless they hud the true ring.
Chandler said that his frank on these
documents was a forgery, but as the
whole liberal Republican movement was
a fraud, he was not surprised that those
who wore engaged in it resorted to forge?
ry. Morton also stated that tho uso of
his frank on these documents, or on any
such, was a fraud and a forgery. Tipton
road to a personal explanation, and said
that ho had been almost as unfortunate
aa Chandler. He had sent one of that
Senator's speeches to a constituent, and
had had it indignantly returned, with u
request that if he endorsed such senti
monts, ho need never Bond his frank to
that constituent again. [Laughter.] A
bill admitting six Japs to West Point
passed. The sale of arms was resumed.
Tho preamble was objeotod to and the
resolution of inquiry adopted.
T-, IU" XT0"~- fl.n Ut. n--r>,;ir_.1
provoked a long discussion and many
calls of ayos and nays. It was stated,
during the debate, that bills were pond?
ing giving 200,000,000 aoros Lo railroad
companies. A prolonged debate fol?
lowed. Finally, tho bill was recommit?
ted to the Oommittee on Public Lands.
Belknop waa before tho House Oom?
mittee to investigate tho sale of arms.
Ho stated he never, to his knowledge,
sold arms to the French Government or
tho Fronoh agent, and made a long ex?
planation regarding the handling of tho
funds. He was before the Committee
an hour and a half, when it adjourned to
Probabilities-The low barometer over
West Virginia will move Northeastward?
ly over tho Middle Atlantio and South
era Now England Stntes-tho aroa of
snow extending during tho night over
tho latter, where the winds will veer to
tho Easterly. North-westerly winds,
with rising barometer, falling tempera?
ture, and clearing but partially cloudy
weather, will extend North-eastward
over the Middle States, by and daring
Friday morning, and the South-western
New England States by Friday evening.
Pleasant weather, with North-westerly
winds, will prevail from the Ohio valley
to the South Atlantic coast. Northerly
winds, veering to Easterly, are probable
for the Western Gu i Stu* ?
NKW ORLEANS, February 29.-The
upper stories of buildings 164 and 166
Canal street were barned this morning.
The buildings were occupied by Wagner
& Meyer, ErneBt & Prngst, and Dolbear's
Commercial College. LOBB estimated at
$100,000; insured in home companies.
CONCORD, N. H., Februory 20.-Both
parties are confident of a favorable re?
sult au the 16th. Au army of speakers
is in the field, and more are coming.
ST. LOWS, February 29.-The libel
suit of Spencer Ball vs. the Evening Dis?
patch, for $10,000, for publishing a police
item, has boen deoided by a verdict of
one cent for the plaintiff.
NEW YORK, February 29-Evening.
250 Canary birds, belongiug to Fisk,
sold at auction for $3,000.
BOSTON, February 29.-150 chorul so?
cieties havo applied to participate in the
international festival ohorus.
Financial and Commercial.
LONDON, February 20-Noon.-Con?
sols 92>?. Bonds 91%.
PARU?, February 29?-Rentes 56f. 62c.
LIVERPOOL, February 29-3 P. M -
Cotton opened quiet and is now heavy
uplauds ll??(alll%; Orleans 11}?.
LONDON, February 29-Evening.
Bullion decreased ?144,000. ,
LIVERPOOL, February 29.-Evening
Cotton closed heavy-uplands 11^; Or-|
leaos 11>??(311>?. j
NEW YORE, February 29-Noon.
Stocks dull. Gold heavy, at 10>?. Mo?
ney firm, ut 7, gold. Governments very
i heavy. Excbauge-long 9%; short 10>?.
Flour duli und heavy. Wheat dull und
nominally lower. (J?rn dull aud heavy.
Pork dull-new mess 14 00(3)14.12. Lai d
quiet-steam 9-.?@9%. Cuttou uouii
nul-uplauds 22*6; Orleans 22%; Wee
620 bales. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet; sales 1,627
bales-uplands 2?%; Orleans 22%.
Flour dull and drooping-common to
fair extra 7.UU@7.75; good to choice
firstname.lastname@example.org. Whiskey activer but lower,
nt 9U. Wheat very dull-winter rod
Western 1.63(5)1.70. Corn in fair ex?
port home dt mund, with light supply,
at 69>?(a/70J?. Bice quiet, at 8@8%.
Pork a ubude easier, at 14 00(^)14.12.
Lard a trifle easier, at 9J4@9%. Freights
unchanged. Sales of futures to day,
23.850 bales, as follows: March 21,1-,;,
21%; April 22, 22^; May 22 3-16,
229 16; Juue 225 16, 22>?; July 22^,
22%; August 22^.
BALTIMORE, February 29.-Flour very
strong-Howard street superfine 6.25?
7.00; ohoioe Western held above outside
quotation. Wheat firm. Corn-white
63(2)66 ; yellow 62??. Oats unchanged.
Bye 95(a)l.02. Provisions quiet. Whis?
key 90(a)9l. Cottou dull and heavy
middling 22^; receipts 354 bules; sales
130; stock 8,510.
LOUISVILLE, February 29.-Provisions
sternly. Pork 13.25. Shoulders 6; sides
1l4?7%- Lard-tierce 9%; kegs 10.
CINCINNATI, Februarv 29.-Pork 12.75.
Shoulders 5%; Bides 7?7%. Whiskey
NEW ORLEANS, February 29.-Buyers
and sellers apart, and cotton tending
down-middling nominally 22; receipts
3,764 bales; sales 2,300; stock 213,833.
Pork lower, at 14.75. Lard quiet
tioroo 9%; keg 10. Molasses ia demand
-inferior, not fermenting, 45; primo 59;
strictly prime 61. Other articles un?
PHILADELPHIA, February 29.-Cottou
SAVANNAH, February 29.-Cotton
quiet and weak-middling 21 Jo ; receipts
1,399 bales; sales 1,600; stock 67,726.
NORFOLK, February 29.-Cotton dull
-low middling 21; receipts 840 bales;
sales 500; stock 3,310.
WILMINGTON, February 29.-Cotton
dull-middling 22; receipts 137 bales;
salcB 106; stock 3,897.
MOBILE, February 29.-Cotton dull and
heavy-middling 21 JV; receipts 9G4
bales; Bales 100; stock 63,302.
BOSTON, February 29.-Cotton dull
and declining-middling 22J,.; receipts
739 bales; sales 200; stock 8,000.
CHARLESTON, February 29.-Cotton
? dull-middling 21%; .receipts l,2lJ5
halos; Bales 50; stock 23,744.
GALVESTON, February 29.-Cotton
weak-good ordinary 19%; receipts 691
bales; sales 500; stock 43,278.
AUOUSTA, February 29.-Cotton quiet
and weak-middling 21; receipts 600
I bales; sales 450.
How ruiiLio OPINION IS MADE.-The
Chicago Tribune gives a list of several
hundred editors ia tho Northern States
who hold fat federal offices. There aro
reported from 75 to 100 editors in Now
York Stato alono, who aro oithor post?
masters, assessors or collectors, or other?
wise profitably connected with the
federal crib. Thene aro tho gentry who
fabricate publio opinion in support of
tho administration, and on the zeal and
efficiency with whioh they labor, depends
tho continuance of their salaries.
The cities of the State of Now York
rank as follows, as regards population:
New York, 926,000; Brooklyn, 396.0U0;
Buffalo, 117.000; Albany, 70,000; Ro?
chester, 62,000; Troy, 40,000; Syracuse,
43,000; Utioa, 29,000; Oswogo, 21,000;
Poughkeepsie, 20,000; Auburn, 17,000;
Nowburg, 17,000; Elmira, 16,000; Long
Island City, 15,000; Lockport, 15,000;
Hudson, 14,000; Binghampton, 14,000;
Schenectady, 11,000; Ogdousburg, 10,
FIRE ON JAMES'ISLAND.-Hubcrnicht's
cottou mill ou Jumes' Island, with ma?
chinery, gina aud a largo quantity of
cotton seed, was entirely destro}'cd yes?
terday morning by fire. Tho loss is esti?
mated at $8,000, on which Micro was uo
insurance, tho policy huviug expired.
The situation in which the people of
the United States are placed is undenia?
bly a most oritioal one. A Presidential
election is to come off before the close
of the year-a Presidential election
which, when we ooma to refleot upon it
in all its bearings, is perhaps the most
important that has over been held. The
American people are used to hearing of
crises. Every blatant demagogue or
pot-bouse politician, when he wanted to
be particularly impressive, has talked
about a "crisis" for lot these many
years. There is no mistaking the fnot,
however, that this timo a genuine politi?
cal crisis ie upon the country-a crisis
that involves the settlement of questions
of the most profound interest tc them.
We havo never doubted, as we do not
now doubt, the loyalty of the musses of
the people to tho constitutional Govern?
ment established by tho fathers. Unhap?
pily, however, party has taken the pluce
of patriotism with too many of thom.
Occupied with the business and cares of
every-day life, the majority of people
are not unnaturally willing, in ordinary
times, to turu over to tho politicians the
management of public affairs. This
worked well enough whilst politician.?
were yet conscientious in tho discharge
of their duties and true to the people
whom they represented. But, as aucienl
Rome, pure as the administration of hei
affairs once WLH, tinnily saw her highes!
offices put up to barter, so things have
gone on from bad to worse with us, unti
the most flagrant violation of law or thc
Constitution ceases to cause surprise,
Unprincipled demagogues have not hesi
tated to avail themselves of the passion!
and prejudices of the late disastrous ci vi
war to draw closely tho bonds of party
and voudor tho people, as far as thej
could, oblivious tu their selfish purpose:
and ruinous policy.
Thus it huj come about that the noun
try is in a most deplorable condition
An enormous publio debt bas beet
j created, tho evidences of which the peo
pie see in tho heavy taxes which the;
have to pay, as well as in almost every
thing they eat, drink or wear. Not oui;
is this the case, but tho taxes impose*
upon them to meet tho interest on th
public dobt have been so arraugod ns t
exempt a preferred nud privileged chis
of bond-holders, and the tariff on foreig:
importations so regulated as to compc
the people of tho rest of the States t
pay a premium for Now England mani;
factures and Pennsylvania iron.
Venality und corruption prevail i
every department of the Govemmen
Once it was considered that the ofiiot
holder was but a publia servant whoc
duty it was to discharge his trust faitl
fully and conscientiously ; but now,
we are to judge from the many expo
ures of fraud and corruption in big
places, the accepted dootriue is that tl
office was made for the man, and is it t
be turned, honestly or dishonestly, t
the greatest personal profit. Th ci
things are bad enough, but they are ni
the worst phases of the present admin
etration of publio affairs. Tho const
tution has practically become a nullit
usurpation and tyranny are resorted
without compunction for personal ai
partisan purposes, and the tendency
strongly in the direction of consent?
tion and centralization.
Without tho constitution this (inver
ment is naught. It is the foundation
our national superstructure, the Ve
essence of our politioal system. T
strict observance of its provisions is
necessity for tho preservation of t
liberties of tho people. Yet it is noto:
nus that with thoso now in possession
the Government tho constitution is
dead letter. Infringements are uuhe
tatiugly made on the reserved rights
the States, and in a portion of the S tal
tho most outrageous usurpations a
persecutions are practiced by Fede
authorities for partisan and persoi
ends. A large portion of tho Unie
comprising States that onco export
more than all tho rost together, has 1
come little botter than a desolate was
through the acts of the uuscrupulc
rulers into whoso bauds tho managemi
of national affairs has fallen.
It is clear that there must be a spec
return to constitutional udmiuistrutit
or our republican liberty will bo 1
forever. Tho corruption, usurpation u
centralizing policy of thoso iu pow
leavo not tho slightest doubt of tb
For years, these things havo been
progress, until now nt lust tho Uuul c
test is about to toko place between
friends of tho old constitutional Gove
mont and tho ndvoontes and champ?
of tho new ordor of things. At tho
proachiug Presidential election, tho is
that lins boon joined will be decid
President Grant is, of all men, tho i
per representativo of thoso who desii
change in our system of Govern mt
for it has boen nuder Presidout Gra
administration that most of tho prog:
in corruption and despotism hus b
mado. Tho issue is a fair and sqi
ono, and ono which can neither be i
understood nor avoided. Tho Ameri
people, being thus vitally iuterestei
is to be hoped that, appreciating the
mentons nature of tho contest,
having tho power to control tho ret
they will sink party iu patriotism,
pronounce in behalf of honest, econt
cul and constitutional Government.
It would bo strange indued if, in ?
a crisis, a sufficient number of tho A
rican pcoplo did not array thomselve
the sido of honesty and freedom, tc
eure tho defeat of (Inuit, and tho <
tion of a statesman in his place,
will labor to restore tho Governinen
something like what it onco was.
[ Lou isrilln Co wier- Jo urtu
On Friday evotiing, tho Newark il
of Education decided to ndmit col
children into public schools, by a
of twenty-one to ouo. The action ol
bourel is creating a grout exciter
among the people.
Why does a cat lick her fore pi
Through fear of a faux ?xis sholl d
attempt to lick her hiud ones.
PBOSPECTS OF COTTON PIIANTING.-The
New York Shipping and Commercial Liai,
of Saturday, the 24th ult., says:
Notwithstanding the protestations of a
portion of the press in the cotton States
against increasing the production of cot?
ton, on the plea thut a small crop will
bring more money than a large one,
there is reason to believe that the area of
land to be devoted to the fleecy staple the
ensuing season will bo materially en?
larged, under the stimulns afforded by
the present high prices, and the excep?
tional cheapness of provisions. High
prices rarely fail to increase production,
of which tho hog crop thia year aud last
affords a notable example, and therefore
those pragmatic writers who have been
telling us that tho Sooth will be richer
with 2.C00.000 or 3,000,000 bales than
with double the quantity, may as well
make up their minds that their thoories
will not bo acted upon thia year. The
idea of limiting production for tho pur?
pose of creating wealth is rather a re?
markable ono, since no sophistical fancies
can do away with the stubborn facts
which involve a reduction of capital pro?
portionate to the diminution in the
breadth of land and the amount of labor
used in growing cotton. Commerce can
no more be insensible to a reduction or
limitation of the world's aggregate pro?
duction of the great staple than it could
be insensible to the reduction of the
world's aggregate supply of gold and
silver. Nobody would seriously think of
maintaining, in the latter case, that the
loss of quantity would bo compensated
by tho enhancement of price; and it is
equally irrational to contend that the
enforced falling off in cotton production,
by reason of diminished capital and
labor, would be more than made up in
tho higher nominal price brought by
smaller crops. The commercial and in?
dustrial interests of tho world are all
bound up together as one great partner?
ship, and it ia mathematically impossible
that what thu wholo positively loses cuu
count as positivo gain for a particular
part. The material interests of tho
South, then, will be best subserved by
bringing up the production of cotton to
tho normal figure, and keeping it in a
progressive increase from year to year,
corresponding with the growth of the
world's wants in respect to cotton con?
sumption. And if, at the sume time, the
planters pay due attention to tho diver?
sification of industry, whereby their de?
pendence on other seotions for food may
bo sensibly lessened, they need have no
very grave fears about the production of
cotton greatly outrunning the consump?
AN IMPORTANT DECISION.-The Su?
preme Court of Georgia has recently
announced the following decisiou:
"Where a factor makes advances to a
planter and takes u lien upou the grow?
ing crops under revised code, section
1,077, such advances aro in the nature of
purchase money, and the lien is there?
fore superior to the wife's title, where
the crop was sot apart to her as person?
alty under the homestead laws, after it
ANOTHER PniNTEn COMMITS SUICIDE.
The Savannah Netos says: "Wo regret to
learn of tho recent death, by suicide, in
Tuskoegee, Ala., of Mr. A. F. Hender?
son, well kuowu and popular among tho
typographical fraternity of this city, of
! which he was a member. Tho cause of
the rash act is not assigned, but is be?
lieved to bu of a private character, with
the particulars of which the public has
Major Johnson, the United States
Marshal for South Carolina, is in tho
city, says tho Washington (D. C.) Na
tional Republican, of Tuesday. Ho yes?
terday teudcred his resignation to thu
President, but it bas not yet been ac?
cepted. Ho makes some complaint in
regard to military interference, in u po?
litical way, with his duties as Marshal,
and demands au investigation of tho
A Vermont woman, only thirty-eight,
laughs the Indiana sisterhood to scorn,
having already accomplished her fourth
husband and fourteenth baby, with two
marital funerals and a couple of divorces"]
I On tho 27th ultimo, hy the Hov. P.J. Shnnd,
at this residence of Capt. Thomas Anderson,
Mr. MELVIN L. KiSAItD, of Columbia, to
Miss NELLIE WILLIAMS, of Fairfield Conn
At tho residence of Charles E. Sims, Eeq.,
Union County, s. C., on Wednesday, Februa?
ry 28, 1872, by tho H^v. Or. Uirardeau, of
Charleston, EDWARD J DEAN, of Calhoun
County, Alabama, (formerly of Spartanbnrg,
S. C.,) aud alisa ESSIE fi., youngoat daugh?
ter of tho lato Wm. Russell, Esq., of Lewes,
Citizens' Savings Bank ol' S. C.
ALL SAVINGS DEPOSITS made in (Ids
Hank on or before the 5th day of each
calendar month will bear interest for that
month as if deposited on thu Int inctant.
J. C. H. SMITH,
Mureh 1 -1 Assistant Cashier.
Norwood's Patent Cotton Planter.
PARTIES wishing to purchaso COTTON
PLANTEItS will consult their interests
by calling al PHILIP MO'lZ'S Wagon Manu,
lactory, where thc beat ami most complote
Cotton Pl.miel n in the South are manufac?
tured and ?old. PHILIP MOTZ,
ASHOtnbly, between Lady and Gervais streets.
March 1 Imo
Kay, Fodder, ?Sec.
.?7pr HALES N. C. HAY.
J O 50 bales good i ODDEH,
ino bushels COW PEAS.
For s*leat P. CANTWELL^,
March 1 t Main street.
Groceries, Wines and Liquors
AFULL SUPPLY of CHOICE FAMILY
GltOCEHIES, in all their vari?lica. Heat
brands Champagnes, Wines, Liquors. Ac,
suitable for ChiiatniaH, on band m.it tornillo
lew, by JOHN AGNI W A snN.
Gourd Seed Corn.
APEW bushels Peniixylv.ini.i GOURD
SEED COHN, f .r seed.. Ver., productivo
amt adapted t" tIii-* enmate. For salo by
Feb 21 E. HOPE.
Tho Committee of the Palmetto Firo Com?
pany on Fair hereby return thanks to tho fol?
lowing ladies and gentlemen, for valuable
assistance and contributions towards carrying
on the Fair:
To Mrs. J. A. Shiell and Mrs. Thomas Boyne
and assistants; Mrs. T. M. Pollock and Mr?.
Jacob Levin and assistants; Mrs. It. 8. and
Mrs. 8. Morrison and assistants; Mrs. Mary
Brady and Mrs. 8. McCully and assistants,
for their energetic and successful raanago
raout of tables. To tbe MiesOB .Stokes and
Misa 8. MoUully, for attendance to tho art
Kallery-a splendid collection of beautiful
things never to be forgotten by thoao who
visited it. To Mina Anna Lynch, for an orna?
mental wreath; to Messrs. G. M. McJunkin,
of tho Union ornoo, and Wm. Slo&no, print?
ers, for printing and furnishing cards, tick?
ets, programmes, Ac, free of charge: to Mr.
F. Vf. Wing, for uso of lumber for fabien, ??c.;
to Mr. Boland A. Keenan, for hauling samo;
to Mr. Joseph Bichard, for painting transpa?
rency; to MisB S. Wyatt,for four picturca pre?
sented to Company; to Mr. A. Caldwell, for
ono picture presented to Company; to tho
PuiKNix, Union and South Carolinian newspa?
pers, for advertising Fair free of charge; and
to tho patrons of tho Fair generally, who, by
thoir booral contributions, aided in making it
a decided auccesa. C. F. JACKSON,
March 2 Chairman Committee on Fair.
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK AND
SA TURD A Y, AT 2 P. M.
THE preat Ventriloquist and Illusionist.
100 Valuablo Frenent B given away every
night. Admission 75 cents. Reserved aeata
tl. Soats can bo scoured during the day at
Prof. LyBrand's Minde Store. Admirion to
Saturday Matinee-Children 25 cents; Adults
50obnts. Kvcry child attending will receive
a handsome prosnnt. Feb 29 3
Cow Feed! Cow Feed!
.) AAA LBS. moro fine BICE FLOUR,
?d%\jy f\J just received and for sale by
J. D. BATEMAN,
Fob 29 3 Columbia Ice House.
MCKENZIE-s, MAIN STREET.
FRUITS-OL ACE, ApricotB, Chor?
ines, Prunes, Ac.
Crystalized Fruits, assorted.
Chocolate Creame, Selected Cream Don
Bon's, Chocolate Boucho a la Boin, together
with a varied assortment of lino trench
Goods, all fresh and flue._F*b 29 0
New Spring Ooods.
I HAVE just received mv Block of
HMRPRINQ and SUMMER CASSIMEBES,
JW VESTINGS, Ac, to which I wou.d invito
'"the attention ot tho public. Tho stock
comprises all styles and prices, and will bu
made to order in tho most fashionable roan
nor. C. D. EBERHARD!'.
OF tho best English makers,
^^^^^ Breoch aud Muzzle Loading;
^C_ixCi^Parlor BIFLES, Ball and Shut
w mmt\ ? Jartridgea for Parlor Rifles.
Feb 21 Imo_WM. GLAZE.
?TA TONS ZELL'S PHOSPHATE,
fJ\J 50 tons Burger A Butt's Phosphate.
Terms cash, or on favorable terms till No?
vember 1. WELLS A CALDWELL.
Watches, Diamonds, Etc.
ifpry, JUST received a full line of Ladivs'
&,^J*nd Gouts' GOLD WATCHES, Dia
^*"niond Bings, Pins, in various st vies,
Bracelets, Chains, otc. I am going to toll the
gooda. WILLIAM GLAZE.
JUST opening a full assort?
ment of FIS HI NO TACKLE,
consisting nf everything in this line.
Fob 24 Imo WM. GLAZE. _
"JONES," and ot h or
popular Cotton Plant?
ers, warranted satis?
factory or no salo.
Gardon Plows aud
2)0 Dixon Steel Sweep.', hotter and cheaper
than thu Farmer cnn make them himself.
Feb ?Ty _ L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
2 OOO lbs. HAMS,
2 OOO bushels CORN,
20,000 lbs. BACON, at prices that
.ffer every inducement of other mar
LORICK & LOWRANCE.
Ohoice Potatoes! Choice Potatoes!!
BR KS KR'S PEERLESS NO. 6 and
EARL Y ROSE POTA TOES.
WITHOUT exception, BBESEE'S PEER?
LESS ?ind EARLY ROSE aro tho best
seedlings for main crop. No better potato
eau lie planted. I havo a fino lot selected
tir?t with regard to sizo and quality. For
*ale by E. H. H.E1S1THH,
Jan2.lt Druggist. _
Fresh Garden Seeds.
PEAS, Beans, Corn, Cabbage, and every
variety of fresh and gonuino Seeds, for
sale hy FISHER A SILL1MAN, Druggists,
Jan '20 Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Money to Lend,
ON marketable collaterals, at
TH E CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
[N proforenco to London Porterand Scotch
Ale. Why?They know at is unadulterated
ALARGE number of lino KENTUCKY
MULES, which may ho seen at Charles
Logan's Stables, corner Sonate and Assembly
streets. Vf. H. A J. M. TALBOT.
Motz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of tho above WHISKEY on
hand, and having mado arrangements to
tiiko all Whiskey manufactured hy Motz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can oulv bo had
at W. J. BLACK'S,
Feb 5 Imo* Clmrlotto, N- C.
QA H AAA FEET OF LUMBER,
f>U\J,VJUVJ 00,000 foot of well sea?
soned Flooring on hand.
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lumber tilled
at short notice Apply at our Lumber Yard,
on Lady street and "Greenville Railroad, or
address W. LOWRY A CO.,
CMS ?mn Box 130. Columbia. S (!.
A LOT of line Kcntuckv ^
?r?k? M ULES and HOBBES, lust ar-rYM-T
WQk nved. Call at LLD
?*\mil- DALY'S STABLES,
I Ort 7 On A Haem hiv street.
TTtORsalo at New York rates, at
I X1 THE Cl I I/ENS' SAYINGS BANK.
AiAOtlori aictXo ea ?
BY D. G. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, March tho 4th,
sale-day, wo will sell, in front of the COULL
Honan. |n thia f?tJ, ftt 10 O'clock, without
All that lot of LAND, bounded North by
Sonate street ; East by land ot William Rabb;
South by lot of James Board; frontiog fifty
two feet on Sonate Btreet, more or lesa, and
running back half the length of square.
There is a small house on the lot.
TEIIMS OF SALE-Half caah; balanco in one
yoar, secured by bund and mortgage, with
lutereatfrom date. Purchaser to pay us for
papors and stamps. March 1
Desirable Building Lot.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, tho 4th of March,
wo will soil, in front of tho Court House, in
thia city, at half-past 10 o'clock,
A desirable BUILDING LOT, situated on
Pickens street, betweon Taylor and Plain
strootB. Said lot measures front on Pickens
street GO fcot, more or loaB, and runs back 150
foet, more or leas. Bounded on the North by
Senn, late Dr. Edward Fisher; on the South
by ?oorgo Symmera, on tho West by Eickens
street, ou the East by the CBtate of Dr. Ed?
TEUMS OF SALE.-Ono-third caeh; balance
in twelve months, secured by bond and mort?
gage, bearing interest at seven perceut. por
annum. Purchasers to pay nu for papers and
Extensive Hale of Dorses at Auction.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
MONDAY NEXT, March 4, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
in front of tho Court House, in this city, we
will positively sell,
40 head of superior Northern HORSES,
among which aro two very fast animals.
Drown horse Ethan Allon, Jr., ?ix years
old, trotting timo 2.40, or better.
Bay mare Lucy, by Leviathan, six years old,
can trot in 2 38
Bav pacing Maro, fivo years old, can paco in
Tho above horses eau be seen and their
speed exhibited to any ono wishing to pur?
chase, by calling at the stables of Charles
Logan, previous to day of sale. Feb 29
BY B. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING. March 4 (Sale-day,}
in front of tho Court House, in this city, at
half-pant 10 o'clock, we will sell,
A desirable BUILDING LOT, situated on
Plain street, between Marion and Ball street;
measnring front on Plain street 50 feet, more
or le's, and running back 135 feet, moro or
less. Bounded on tho North by Plain street;
on the South by church property; on tho East
by J. E. Hoist-, on tho West by Swaffield.
Tien MS OF SALK.-One-half cash; balance in
fwelvt> mnntha, secured hy bond, bealing in?
"est at 7 per cent, per "annum, and mort
4i *ge of property. Purchasers to pay ns for
p?,it:rs and stttnipH. Feb 25 t4
BY D C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, March th* 4tb, eale
day, in front of the Court House, in thia
city, at half-past 10 o'clock, we wilt sell,
A desirable four-room COTTAGE, with two
basement mouin, and necessary nut-build?
ings, situated at the corner of Gates and
TH.\ lor streets; lot measuring forty-four feet
H x inches; trouts on Tayior street, and run?
ning hack ou Gates street 120 feet, moro or
loss; boundi d on tb o North by Taylor street;
on the South by church property; on tho East
by Dr. Smith; on the West by Gates street.
THUMS OF SALK-One-third onah; balance
in one and two years, secured by bond bear?
ing interost at seven per cent, per annum,
and mortgage of property; house to be in?
sured and policy to bo assigned. Pur chaser
to pay us for papers and stamps. Feb 25 +4
Valuable Building Jjols.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING. 4th of Mai cb next.
in front of the Court House, in this city, at
. 10 o'clock, we will aell,
Tho following valuable aero LOT,in thia
city, hounded as follows: North by Lumber
street; West by MoElrono; East by Cathcart;
South by S. N. I'iko, formerly Mrs. McDonald.
The above acre will bo sold in tour equal
parta, each part containing 52 foet front, by
208 feet deep, moro or lesa.
TEUMS OF SALE.-One-half cash; balance tn
twelvo mouths, secured by bond, bearing 7
per cent, interest, and mortgage of premises.
Purchasers to pay us for papers and stamps.
Feb 25 t4_
Sale of King's Mountain Railroad.
Theodore D. Wagnor and Asbury Coward.
Trust?es, rs. the King's Mountain Railroad
Company.-Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Dy II. II. DeLEON.
IN pursuance of the terms of a Mortgage
executed by the King's Mountain Rail?
road Company, on the loth day of March,
lfcGG, and by virtue of tho powers therein
granted, wo will ?-ell, at public auction, at
Charleston, S.O., on WEDNESDAY, March
20, 1871, at ll o'clock, at corner East Bay and
Tho entire RAILROAD of the said Compa?
ny, including tho bed and superstructures of
?aid Road, tho materials used in construc?
tion, tho stations, station-house depots,
utore-houttcs, work-shops, machinery and fix?
tures thereon, and al! the engines and rolling
stock, together with all the rights, privileges
and casement belonging or appertaining to
said Railroad Company.
Terms caah; purchaser h to pay for papers
and stamps. THEODORE D. WAGNER,
_ Jan 14 Trustee*.
BY PARTICULAR REQUEST!
(? II A X D EXTRA NIOIITt
MONDAY, MARCH 4.
..Li Entirely .Wm Programme J !
Thc Berger Family
SWISS BELL RINGERS!
SOL SMITH RUSSELL !
\lt7ILL givo their last entertainment in
VV COLUMBIA, during the present season,
NEW SONGS! NEW INSTRUMENTS 1
NEW BEUL MUSIC ! NEW OVERTURES 11
All the Kuvorltt-s will Appear I
Admission f 1X0 Seats can bo secured at
Ly Brand's Music J^tore._Fob 20 4
ALL persons wbosoover aro hereby warned
not lo trust my wife, ELIZABETH MI?
NOR I', for anything whatever,on my account,
as I will not pay any debt sho niav hereafter
contract. C. MINOBT.
COLUMBIA, S. 0 , February 28,1872.
CASKS Davis'celebrated DIAMOND, just
O received, ami for sale at a reduced pi ico,
at P. CAN r\VELL'S, Main street.