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LONI>ON, February 2.-Cap tai a Coch?
rane, oommnndiug the ship Petrel, cruis
fag off tb? Af rionu coast, writes tbat Dr.
"Livingstone hu been barned as a wizard
in the interior of Africa.
VIENNA, February 2.-Arcb-Docheas
Elizabeth, of Auatria, has fled to Ameri?
ca. She embarked at Hamburg.
WASHINGTON, February 2.-It ig stated
that Sherman telegraphs Terry, by order
of the President, that tho senatorial
election of Hill and Miller is regarded
legitimate- hero. The effect of this order j
forbids the Legislature electing other
Senators. Georgia affairs are having
serious consideration in high executive
and leading senatorial quarters, but
nothing is absolutely known. The
principal persous decline authenticating
rumors or authorizing any publication.
3 P. M.-In the House, after priv?te
bills, Fenian prisoners in Great Britain
was discussed, and a very warm debato
is progressing. In the Senate, n bill
waa reported for an Associate Judge
with Watson, of Texas. Tho Recon?
struction Committee will not consider
Mississippi matters until Butler returns,
though the bill which was before the
Senate may puss at any moment.
lu the House, a report was presented
from the Committeo on Foreigu Affairs
with reference to tbe imprisonment ol'
American eitizens in Great Britain for
political offences, closing with a resolu?
tion that the President communicate in?
formation concerning the subject. The
committee express sympathy with the
subject. Speeches were made on both
sides of tho resolution, which went over
because of the expiration of tho morn?
ing hour. A resolution was adopted in?
structing the Committeo on Foreign
Affairs to inquire why Cuba was uot
recognized as a belligerent. The Senate
bill appropriating 630,000 for the poor
of the District of Columbia, and allow?
ing $10,000 worth of condemned army
clothing to be distributed, elicited con?
siderable discussion-Logan arguiug that
it was not proper to appropriate money
for use, perhaps, of election purposes.
He said if fashionable poople of Wash?
ington would devote tho money spent for I
receptions and ornaments, to charitable j
purposes, there would be no need to ealj
apon Congress to aid the poor. Knott!
aaserted that the effect of the bill would ?
bc to draw negroes herc from oilier j
States who would out-vote resident citi?
zens. An amendment by Logau, for j
the issuing of rations by thc War De?
partment, was adopted. Adjourned, j
without disposing of the bill.
The Senate has ordered SUI) copies of
the map of the Bay of Savannah to be j
printed. A bill was passed, providing l
for tho issue of 015,000,000 of additional
national bank circulation to banking as- !
sociations, to be organized in States hav?
ing leBs than their proportion, under the
preseut apportionment of 3?O,000,O?O. A I
new apportionment of this additional
amount to bc made as soon ns practica
ble, based upon the census of 1870. i
Section 2 provides for the retirement
monthly of an amount of the three per i
cent, certificates equivalent to the issue
of circulating notes. Sectiou 3 author?
izes any bank in a State having nu excess
of circulation to remove to a State hr.viug
less than its proportion, with u view to
the equalization of the currency through?
out the country. The remaining sections
provide for tho establishment ol' banks
apon a gold basis; the Comptroller of the
Currency to issue to them circulating
notes not exceeding in amount eighty
per cent, of the par value of Uuitcd
States bonds deposited by them in the
Treasury. Tho banks are to keop on
hand ia coin twenty-five per cent, of
their outstanding circulation. Provision
is also made for the withdrawal of 20,
000,000 of the present national circula?
tion from States in excess of their pro?
portion, after the 45,000,000 now
authorized shall be exhausted. Tho bill
passed, 39 to 23. Trumbull reported,
with amendments, a bill to secure to all
persons the equal protection of the laws;
exteuding the provisions of the civil
rights bill to the Chinese. Howe ad?
dressed the Senate upon the bill to re?
peal the neutrality Aot of 1818, which
prevents Americans from enlisting iu or
fitting ont vessels for the service of u
fovereign government with which the
United States is at peace.
The President hos approved the bill
extending the port of New Orlenos.
Ames' conduct exoites unfavorable
comment at army headquarters. Ames
must resign from the army.
Internal revenue receipts to-day,
The Senate Foreigu Relations Com?
mittee will report against raising the
China legation to a first class mission.'
It is stated that Anthony's bill, restrict?
ing tho printing of public documents,
will save 61,500,000.
Tho census ia to be taken, under tho
regulations of 1850-tho time for thc
now regulations by Congress having
expired. Statistics will be collcetod by
tho Marshals, with such ohaoges regard?
ing negroes as tho changed circumstances
Dornest ir .\cw*.
NoinroiiK, February 2.-The schooner
Florence Hullen, from Boston for Savan?
nah, is ashore on Rocky Island.
NEW YORK, February 2.- Ookerhuusen
Brothers' sugar refinery, in Rose street,
with a heavy lot of sugars, wns burned
NEW OnttEANS, February 2.- The
steamship Cuba, hence Tuesday for Bal?
timore, broke her propeller, and lins
returned for repairs.
Ia reply to a despatch from Dr. Roda,
relative to tho death of the editor of the
Voz dd Cuba, the reply wus that he
slapped a Cuban's face, whereupon his
adversary instantly killed him.
TORONTO, February 3.-The Dominion
is constructing a lake fleet to proceed with
troops to the Winnepog yettlomots iu the
ATLANTA, February 2.-The Tjeisfetnre
received a message to-day from the Go?
vernor, inoluding the correspondence
with Gen. Terry.
The Houao adopted the fourteenth
amendment by a unanimous vote, and
tho fifteenth by a vote of 53 to 24. The
Senate adopted both by a vote of 27 to
10. Both houses adjonrnod to the 14th.
MOBILE, February 2.-In the House,
the committed to whom was referred
resolutions censuring the olerk for igno?
rance, reported that the fault was with
the members, who conld not spell cor?
rectly or write legibly, and recommended
the appointment of a clerk to put all billa
in a readable and grammatical shape.
CHARLESTON, February 2.-Arrived
schooners L. A. Watson. Baltimore; A.
E. Glover, Boston. Sailed-steamers
James Adger, New York; Sea Gull, Bal?
timore; ship Hope, Liverpool; brig J. A.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
COLUMBIA, S. C., February 2.-Sales
of cotton to day about 140 bulos-mid?
dling 23(323.! .j.
NEW YORK, February 2-Noon.-Flour
and corn dull and drooping. Wheat dull
and in buyers' favor. Pork quiet-mess
26.250? 26.50. Lard dull, at 16@16.'.i.
Cotton easier -25.??'. Freights dull.
There was no eall of stocks in the board,
this morning, in consequence of thc
death of M. W. lingers; but the follow?
ing prices were obtained from the Long
Boom: Stocks strong: money 6; exchange
-long 9; short <J \?. Gold 21.&.
TP. M.-Money ranges from -1("7;
prime discounts 7(7/8. Sterling un?
changed. Gold stronger, at 21}?(f$,21p?.
Governments-62's l?.1*; Southerns
heavy. Cotton heavy and lower with
salcs~of 2.G0? bales ut 25.V Flour dull
aud ot//10c. lower-sn pei linc State
4 65(</.4.80; common to f II ir extra South?
ern email@example.com. Wheat l@2o. lower
winter red aud amber Western 1.28(W
1.311... Corn declining-new mixed
Western 88(V90. Pork heavy-now
firstname.lastname@example.org. Luid closed heavy
kettle 17@17J?. Whiskey heavy, at
98(7? 99. Groceries dull and steady.
BALTIMORE, February 2.-Cottou no?
minal, at 25. Flour dull and weak, with
prices unchanged. Wheat steady-prime
to choice Maryland 1.35(01.45. Corn
steady. Bye 95. Pork 28.50. Bacon
shoulders 13(7713',. Lard 17(ol7'...
NEW ORLEANS, February -. - Cotlou
firmer- middling 24! iO' 24'.. ; sales 740
bales; receipts 7,462. Flour firmer, ut
5.40!" 5.80. Com oasier, at 1.07.'?. Oats
firmer, ut 75. Polk easier-mess 29.25
K'i'J.??. Bacon l-b> 17!.,. Lirddull
tierce lGy?@16^\; keg IS. Sugar
primo ll,l(<rll*.. Molasses -prime
0S(?/.70. Whiskey I.OOI.? 1.05. Coffee
15':t(r/ 17}... Gold 21-V
MoiULE, February 2. - -Cotton quiet
but steady, with sales of 1,200 bales
middlings 24.'.i; receipts 1,418.
Si VA WA II, 1'ebruary 2.-Receipts of
cotton to-day 2,483 bales; exports 2,095;
sules 800-middlings 24'4'.
AUGUSTA, February 2.-Cottou market
moro active, but prices easier, with sales
of 752 bales; receipts 848-middling
28.!* (5 23?4
CHARLESTON, February2.-Cotton dull
and nominal, with sales ol' 100 bales
middlings 24?.j'; receipts 1,418; exports
to Liverpool 058; continent 425; coast?
LONDON, February 2-Noou. -Consols
921 i?92%. Bonds 86"a.
LIVERPOOL, February 2- Noon.-Cot?
ton opened dull--uplands ll}?(? ll-''a';
LIVERPOOL, February 2-Evening.
Cotton steady-uplands 111..'(//11 ""'a; Oi
leans ll3! ; sales 10,000 bales"; Bombay
shipments for the week ending Saturday
UNITED STATES COURT, February 1
Hon. George S. Bryan, presiding.-Ex
\ parte Shumate Si Blythe, in re Grady A:
Hawthorn. In Bankruptcy. Bule on
the late Marshal J. P. M. Epping, who
was ordered to pay assignee's funds in
Ey parte E. B. Glover, I'M rt* William
Knotts. Petition to assess damages.
Commissioner's report accepted.
Ex parte. Cleland K. Huger and A. F.
Bavenel, in re John G. Thurston. Peti?
tion for salo. Assignee ordered to sell.
Tho following order has been passed
by the Jndge, where the cases are for
the payment of debts incurred for the
purchase of slaves:
Ec parte W. H. and S. D. Goodlett,
executors, and William Berry, in re Is?
rael Charles, bankrupt. Petition to
establish a lien.
On hearing the report of W. J. Claw
sou, registrar in the above case, on mo?
tion of Perry & Perry, attorneys for W.
H. and S. D. Goodlett, executors, and
William Berry, it was ordered that Wm.
T. Shumate, assignee, of the said Israel
Charles, bankrupt, after first paying the
cost of these proceedings and the inci?
dental costs of salo, do apply tho balance
of the proceeds of sale of real and per
soual estate of tho bankrupt to tho pay
j ment of the judgments established
j against said bankrupt, according to their
I priorities, paying pro rain to those of
j equal date: Provided, however, that tho
holders of these judgments sholl first
j give bond, with good and sufficient sure
I tics, to be upproved by the registrar and
I reported to this court, to return to the
i assignee the monies so pnid to them, if
i the Supremo Court of the United States
should decido that tho payment of debts
incurred for tho purchase of slaves can?
not be legally enforced.
The Cherokees are well to do in the
world, reports to tho contrary notwith?
standing. Hattling Gourd sits as Dis
i trict Judge; Sand Whirlwind is Speaker
; of the House, and Frog Six Killer holds
Schuyler Colfax's position in tho Chcro
? kee Senate. What moro need bo said?
Somebody hus stoh-u Hie only hearse
I in Farmington, Conn., and tho authori
! ties offer a reward of $25 for its return
with the thief in it.
LATEST QUOTATIONS or SOUTHKRN SK
0UBOTX8 IN OiiAiUiUSTOK, 8. C-Correa ted,
semi-weekly, by A. C. Kaufman, Broker,
No. 25 Broad street-Janaary 28, 1870:
Hames of Securities. Rote in. Offered Asked.
North Carolina, old fi . 43
N. Carolina, new.. fi . 25
South Carolina, old 6 . 80
S. Carolina, new.. fi .... 78
S. C. reg. stk, ex in 6 . 75
Georgia, old. 7 . 85
Georgia, new.... 7 . 93
Georgia. fi . 81
Tennessee, old.... fi . ?55
Tennessee, new... fi .... 47
Alubama. 8 . 94
Alubama. 5 . 03
Atlanta, Ga., bond-; 8 80 80
Augusta.Ga. bonds 7 80 84
Charleston, S. C..
stock, ex qr. iut. fi 54 55
Charleston, ti. C.,
Fire Loan bonds 7 . 75
, Columbia,S.C.,bds fi . 70
I Columbus, Ga.,bds fi 75 81
I Macon, tra., bonds fi 75 78
j Mem pl; is. Tenn.,
bonds, endorsed. fi 55 00
j Memphis, Tenn..
bonds, uuoudVd fi 4G ?"0
Savunuah, Ga.,bds 7 So 86
Wilmington, N. C. S 71 73
I Wilmington, N. C. fi 53 60
j RAILROAD RONDS.
i Atlantic and Gull 7 75 80
13. Iv , first mort. . 7 . 65
I Control Georg;a... 7 00 99
1 Charleston and Sa. fi ?S 60
! C., C. & A. 7 . 80
j Cheraw and Darl u 7 . 80
Georgia Railroad. 7 95 100
G. & C., 1st mor. . 7 . 75
I G. & C., State guar 7 58 00
I Memphis A' Charles 7 82 85
j Northeastern ... 7 80 82
' Suv. & C., 1st molt 7 . 80
|S. & C.. State guar 7 . fil |
j South Carolina. . 7 . 80
! South Carolina.... fi . 71 ,
[ Spnrt'g uud L niou. 7 . 50 j
I RAILROAD STOCKS.
. ''<".. ?
I Atlantic uud tiul?. 100 31 07
Central Ga., ex div 1U0 . 115 i
I C., C. A- A. 100 . 55 I
? Georgia. 100 . 107
I G. and C. 15. ll 20 3 .
! Macon and West . 100 . 120
I MouipliisACbarles. 25 10 ll 1
j North-eastern_ 50 7 8 '
Suv. ?v Churle.ston. loo 23
. S. C., whole shu rvs 100 38 39
S. C., half share?, 50 18'..
[ IVople's Nut. 1!?ink
I of Chnrle.-ton. ca
i pital $500.000.. i'" . 1021,2
' first Na?ional il'!:,
capital $100,000. 100 . 115
S. C. Loan ?VT. Co. 100
! Carolina National
1 Dank, Columbia.
Dank of Charleston
! whole shares . . . 100 201 '-il
j Dank of Charleston
half ?hares ... 51 ll'.j 12
Union Dank S. C.. .">U 7 Tx\
! People's Dank S. C. 25 . 5
I P. A M. BankS. C. 35 .
j Dank of Newberrv. 2f> . 5
Dauk of Camden, 50 . 2
j Other S. C. bank
' MISCEL. SECURITIES,
i Charleston Min. A
Man. Co. stock . . 100 .
I Wando Mi M. Co. 100 .
Churl'n Gus Light
Compauy stock 2."> . 22'.j
Railway stock. . 50 . 51
Co. stock. 500 . 170
G. & C. R. cort, in. 58 GO
i S. C. R. cert, ind. 05
N. E. R. cert, ind. 30 55
City of Charleston
certificate indebt. 08 par.
City Memphis coup. 68
N. E. R. prof. stock. 80
S. and U. R. R.
past due coupons. 40 .
Sav. & Charles'u R.
past duo coupons. 35 .
Sterling bills. 131^ 131 *?
New York sight. *? ott' i? off
Gold . 120 121
Silver. 113 115
S. C. BANK HILLS.
*Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Camden. 30 .
Bank Georgetown. 20
Bank of S. C. 10 .
Bank of Chester. 13 .
Bank of Hamburg. 5 .
Bauk of the State of
S. C., prior to '61. 55 .
Dank State of S. C..
issue "til and '62. 15 .
?Planters' and Mee.
"People's Dank, of
' Union Dank Char.
?S.W.B.K. Dank of
KW RR. Bank of
State Dank, Char. 5 .
Farmers' and Ex.
Bank Charleston. 1
' Exchange Dank, of
i Columbia. 15 .
I Commercial Dank,
of Columbia. 2 .
j Merchants' Dank,
of Cheraw. 5 .
? Planters' Dank, of
Fairfield. 5 .
j Statu of S. Carolina
bills receivable. . par
! City of Charleston
ton chango bills. pur
Securities dull. Kxchauge favoring
i buyers. Money tight. Bank rates 1}? per
ceut. a month on stock collaterals. Out?
side rates arbitrary. Bank notes stagnant.
flttF* Bills marked dins (#) are being
1 redeemed at the bunk counters of each.
COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA BAILROAD
City Columbia Coupon?.
Old bunk Note*.
Apply to D. GAMBRILL,
Feb 3 1* Offloe Columbia Hotel Budding.
ASECOND-HAND CIRCULAR SAW MILL,
Saw Frame, Irons for 25 feet carriage and
50 feet wnvH. Address, H., at thia office, and
state condition, place of shipment, Ac.
STARTAN bl'HO and Union Railroad
BONDS. Parties having the above tor
salo, mav dispone of thom by addro*t>ing,
A. C. KAUFMAN, Broker,
No. 25 Broad street. Charleston, S. C.
Pcb 3 4
-c^ftA A SMALL SAFE KEY-No.
S*^**\>24,fi2fi. The tinder will bc reward?
ed by returning it to this office. Feb 3
Taken up Estray.
A COW, with a young (.'ALF,
which tho owner can have by pay?
ing for this advertisement.
Feb !! *G W. 8. MONTEITH.
Milch Cow for Sale.
A GOOD animal-giving from
leight to ten quarts a dav. Applv
_.to J. W. PAULI, at the Leland
mansion, Uervai.s street. Fol) 3 3*
Mules, Horses and Ponies.
A BARE chance for farmers
and others desirous of getting'
_?stock. Ju"t arrived at Joy-J
lier's .National Hotel Stables. Come and sec
for yourselves - for sale cheap.
Fob 3 2 P. H. JOYNER.
Acacia Lodge Ko. 94, A. F. M.
A AN extra communication will be held
>y"^f-i" the Hall, THIS EVENING, at 7
/^jF\?.iV]iirk, for the purpose of conferring
the Third Degree. By order of the W. M.
Feb 3 1 .r. LEK DIXON, Secretary.
WANTP.U-AGENTS In sell a thoroughly
good domestic article, wanted in every
family. Exclusive territory given. Business
pleasant and respectable. Ono agent sold 3(!0
ni ono sinai! town: out?, la0t>0 in live towns;
one, :!1 in calling on 33 families; another, 3111
per day for dav s in succession, upon which, he
m.ole (-12 per day; ami others do equally us
well. Send for circular.
LIl"f LE FIE LD .V DAME,
Feb :t 4* 102 Washington st., Boston, Mass.
M8. JOHN C.PIERSON,'
ASSISTED by thu Sth Regiment Brass
Baud, nuder thc direction of Prof. WM.
H. LY BRAND, will give three of their popular,
pluuaiug and musical entertainments at JAN
NKY'S HALL, on THURSDAY, FRIDAY and
S Vi i;,.DAV EVENINGS, Fein nary :t, I aud 5.
The programme will consist of n choice se
h-cti-'ii ot Sentimental, Humorous, Temper?
ance und Soiil-Hiirriiig Descriptivo Songs,
Ch es mel Cho.-uses. Itpilroad ('boru-?, [de?
ne ipi ive. J Accommodation Train, stopping at
nil Stations. Passengers will please keep their
Tickets in sight. J. G. PIERSON, Conductor.
Mun the Lite Bout: ?i Thrilling Descriptive
Trio. Storm ??t Sea-Thunder and Lightning.
Tlie Ship gnus down! Speed tho Lite Boat '. '.
Thank God we're Saved !! ! Trip lo Niagara
Fall?,[descriptive.] tdd Gent Ah! tin re's tho
English Kall-?; 1 wonder why they ure tu>t as
high us the Vmcricuii. Yankee-Well, as nigh
u- I can cal'late, its because they haiut got to
far to tall. Dutchman -Dish Fulls is pig.
porty Years Ago. A Trio full of harmony and
feeling. Farmer .stubbs' Visit.to New York,
with Ids large and interesting Family, [de?
scriptive I oiving a full account of thu Far?
mers debut in tho City. The New York Board?
ing House. The Central Park. The Mock
Auction. Ac. The Ship on Fire, [descriptive.]
What They ?hi at the Springs; or. Life at Sara?
toga, [descriptive.] Where Shall the Soul
Find Best. Grand Soul-thrilling Chant. The
Rehearsal, [descriptive.] The Amusing
Tyrolean Musical Sketch entitled, DEB
LETDERKRANZ SANGERBUND LEIDERTA
Tickets 75 cents. Children 50cents. Doors
open ut 7, to commence at 8 o'clock.
CABD.-C. M. TREMAINE A BROTHER,
Pianoforte Manufacturers, and General Agents
for tim BURDETT COMBINATION ORGAN,
[with Carpenter A Burdett1* new improve?
ments.] No. 135 Broome street, near Broad?
way. New York. Feb 1
Patent Magic Powder.
I \ DOZEN Patent Magie POWDER, tor
|\_/V.-f cloaning and polishing Tin, Silver,
Cutlery, Brass, Plated Wares, Ac, Ac. This
Powder saves time and labor to the house?
keeper, and acts like magic in cleaning the va?
rious kiads of wares named above. Give it a
trial, and it is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
For salo only by J. A T. B. AGNEW.
-I f\ f\f\f\ LBS.of BICE FLOUR.just
JLv_/?VJ V/ Vy received, to be sold at re?
100 bushels Cow Peaa.
:i.OOti lbs. Wheat Bran, at Columbia Ice
House. J. D. BATEMAN.
Feb 1 3
ri Kirs MOUNTAIN BUTTER, fresh and
?\ t good, for salo by LOWRANCE A CO._
KA BOXES SOAP and CANDLES.
pJ\J 5,000 Ibu. Bacon Sides, Shoulders and
Coffee, Sogar, Mackerel, Ac.
100 barrels Flour.
Iron and Steel, Plows and Plow Irons, Car?
riage Materials, Ac, Ac.
Our prices are always adjusted to meet thc
lowest figures in the market.
Feb 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
FOB ONE DOLLAR.
You can purchase a pair of
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
F . JACKSON'S
.lust received by &\i>ress, from New Voil;,
this day, oin- gros
S WIT C HES,
To which lin attention ot the Ladies is in?
vited. C. F. JACKSON.
I Jan ?'.i
' OOD. BETTER. BEST, seems to be tue
? \jr Ide? now-a-days. If any plant?! in the
State or thc South wants to buy '.lie Seed th u
! uro?*, thc beet stalk, with thc greatest num?
ber of hulls, and the finest staple on ever)
stalk, let him address me, at Colombia. S. C.',
and ho will get the article he is looking for.
Soc thc late Premium List and award of
premiums of the recent South Carolina Agri?
cultural and Mechanical Society.
Jan 27 TAMES M. CRAWFORD
AS AG li NT for this valuable- Fertilizer, we
are authorized to offer a premium of a
half ton of Etiwan Fertilizer for tho best acre
of COTTON raised in this District, with the
nse of said Fertilizar, and half ton of same for
boat acre of COEN.
Jan 28 RICH ARD O^EALJB A SON._
ANEW stock of ELEGANT LIGHT CAR?
RIAGES ia jost opened at tho corner of
Assembly and Lady streets, near the Post
Onice. AU persons in any way interested are
invited to call and examine some of the finest
specimens of design and workmanship that
can bo produced. Th? so vehicles have been
bought right, and will bo sold low. The styles
aro tho very latest-tho quality unsurpassed,
and every effort will be made to afford lasting
satisfaction and pleasure to those extending
their patronage to tho subscriber.
Jan 21 W. K. GREENFIELD.
"LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!"
OCR 0UAIIX8 on SUES
GIVING AWAY DAILY,
F?1ANCY FRENCH POPLINS at 25 cents;
worth ?l) cents.
Fancy atvl Slack French POPLINS at 50
couts; worth 11.00.
Black Croton?! POPLINS at 75 couts; worth
Black ALPACA at 50 cents; worth 75 ccnta.
Blaek ALPACA at 1?0 couts; worth 50 couts.
Black CLOTH CLOAKS at $5 00; worth $7.00
ARAB SHAWLS at $0.00; worth 10.00.
Other Goods proportionately cheap.
W. D. 3L.OVE & CO.,
Columbia Hot-el Building.
NV. D. LOVE.
B. IL MeCREI'RY. _JHII 15
Early Gardens. Early Fruit.
ONION SETS, White Silver Skins,
Onion Set.-?, li? <l Wvtbersfield,
Extra Early Peas.
Earlv llea?l Lettuce-.
BarlV Blood Beets.
Frosh Seeds, dil oct from Landrcth, for sale
al PISH Ell A I IK IN ITS I rs Drugstore.
1 FINE BILLIARD TABLE,
sharpe's make, slate betiding.
Tables are in good order, with
tines, Balls and Counters com?
plete. Will be Bold very low. Apply to
Jan ll G. DIEBCKS.
-J iyjr BARRELS IRISH POTATOES, hi fine
For sale low for cash, bv
Jan 18 EDWARD HOPE.
Pure Dixon Cotton Seed.
WE OPFEP. for salo bushels Dickson
Cotton Seed, grown from seed obtained
from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford Ga., last
I spring, ami which was selected by him for his
I own use. Notwithstanding thc imprece
I dented dry season, wv gathered from 1,500 to
' 2.OOo pounds to the acre- making twenty-eix
i bales to one mule.
Price $3.00 per bush. 1.
OXFOKI), Cia., November 1, 1800. |
I ?lo certify that 1 sold to Messrs. Richard
O'Neals A bon, ?d'Columbia, S. C., some of my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for planting
purposes. They proposed to Hell a portion ?>f
what they raised. Planters purchasing thc
Heed I hov raise iiiav relv upon getting tho
genuine Dickson Seed. DAVID DICKSON.
Wo aro Mr. Dickson's Agents here, and will
order Hoed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired.
Price $5 00 from one to five bushels, or ti. 00
for five and upwards.
Jan IC RICHARD J}'NEALE ft SON.
Thorburn's Garden ?Seeds.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS and ONION
SETS, at wholcsalo and retail.
Jan 14 EDWARD HOPE.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE hotter COTTON HEED than any
man who atlvertises Seed for sale. Mine
is the improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels any other. The price is $2.50 per bushel.
Aa examination of mv proofs will be convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at tho growth, in Butcher Town.
DecS N. POPE.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
??S^\ S~*\ if vou w,int freHh Norfolk OYS
r?^yj/TKBs", call at the Columbia Icc
^fcSggJ' House, where they aro kept con?
stantly on hand, and sold low for casn. All
orders from tho country promptly attended to.
Nov 10 Hmo* JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Creme De La Creme.
-I BARRELS verv Superior FAMILY
I \ JU FLOUR, for salo low by
JHII 20 EDWARD HOPE.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON 8EED, '.
("t BOWN ?rom Seed purchased directly ot '
~TC Mr. David Dickson, ::: 1"C7, and carefully 1
! preserved from mixing or adulteration with
; other Beed.
I will deliver tho Seed, sacked in gooil order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Cand?na Rail* j
road, at (2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der ."> bushels, or at $1.50 per bushel, foi all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, st. Matthew's, S. c.
I respectfully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me last spring, i
tor lr. format lon touching the purity and supe?
riority ol tho Seed, to ?it: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Port Motto; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Panlling, Esq., st. Mit
' thew's; L. R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain K. IL \V. Briggmann and W. B. Muller,
' Esip, Orangchurg Court House ; all cf Orange
1 burg County, 8. C. Nov l;!nii>'
The Bank ot Hamburg.
BEING appointed aa the Receiver of the
Hamburg Bank, by hts Honor Judge
[Platt, Judge of the Second Circuit Court,
i notice is hereby given, to all whom it may
! concern, that i .-h ill attend. f?.r the discharge
I of my duly, on and after the 29th of January,
I IS70, at my ellice, iii Hamburg, to receive all
claims, assets, or i formation connected with
said Bank. PRANK ARNIM,
v Jan 'J7 Receiver.
Aiiotion ?aloa -
Sale of the Laurens Railroad.
STATE OF BOOTH GASOLINA,
CoLuwniA, January 26, 1870.
THE undersigned, having been appointed
Receiver of the Laurena Railroad Com
Fiany, in the said State, and having duly qual
Qed for na id office, uotiee ia heroby given that,
purauaut to order? heretofore paaaad ia the
Court of Common Pleas for Laurena County,
in the aa id State, I will eell to the hi ghost
bidder, at public auction, the property of the
aaid Laurens Railroad Company, described as
follows: The Railroad of the said Company,
running from Newberry village to Lauren?
ville, including tho road-bed, right cf way and
lands occupi.-d by OZ belonging to the said
Company, together with the aereral super -
structures and tracks thereon, and all rahs
and other materials used on the same, and
all and singular tho several bridges, viaducts
culverts, fences, depot grounds and buildings
thereon, station-houses, work-shops, engines,
tenders, cars, tools, materials and machinery,
cqniptuonts and appurtenancea of every kind,
aud all the stock subscribed for in the aaid
Company, and all other property belonging,
appertaining to, or in any manner connected
with or forming a part of the aaid Laurens
Railroad Company, and all franchises, right?
and privileges of tho said Laurens Railroad
Company, of, in, to, or concerning tho samo.
And upon such sale all equity of redemption
in the said premisos shall be forever barred
and absolutely foreclosed.
Thc said sale ?hall take place at thc Star.?
House, in the city of Columbia, South Caro
lilia, at 12 o'clock, meridian, on thc not h day
ol March, in the present year, on tho follow?
ing terms, that I? to .-ay, ?12 OOO cash, and the
residue in six per cent, conpon bonds of the
State of South Carolina at par, or in | rivato
bonds, payable in ono, two and three years,
hearing interest at tho rate of seven per cent
per annum, payable semi-annually, with as?
sured personal security and mortgage of tho
premises. GEORGE W. WATERMAN.
Jan 27 Receiver Laurens R. R. Co.
Valuable Mill and Manufacturing Pro?
perty for Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-IN TUB COSIMO*
Catharine Sawyer and others, rs. Deborah
Sawyer and others.
PURSUANT to the order of the Court ia
this case, I will proceed to sell, before tho
Conrt Uonsc of Lexington Connty, within legal
hours, on tue first MONDAY in February
The LAND and MILLS of George Sawyer,
deceased, situate in Lexington County, on.
Cedar Creek, adjoining lands of Jamea D
Jones. William Scotield, James Dunbar and
others, and known on the plat of W. E. Svw
ver, dated and hied in thia case Fobrua. y 5.
1862, by the loiters A and C, F and B. It will
be sold in two parcels, Cedar Creek to be tho
lino; tracts A and C to be one parcel, contain?
ing 3,423 acn s, moro or less, on tho West Bide
of Cedar Creek; the other parcel, Fand B, con?
taining 1,815 acres, more or less, on the East
side ot Cedar Creek-the purchaser of each
parcel to have equal mill privileges, respect?
ively, and witu the full and freo privilege of
damming the said Cedar Creek, and using the
waters thereor for mill and manufacturing
purposes. One-half acre for the family burial
ground, excepted on the Western parcel.
THUMS OK SALK.-One-half cash: the balance
un ,i credit ol one and two y eura, in equal In?
stalments, lo hear interest from day ot' sale;
the purchiise money to be secured by bond,
with good personal security mid mortgage of
the j remises. Pnichaser to pav for papers
and stamps. S. M. ROOF, S. L. C.
l.rxiXOTON C. H.. Januarv 5, 1870. Jan W
SEW ST?HE AXD SEW GOODS,
"lltTE tak? pleasure in announcing to tho
YV public, that wo have thia day opened ?
tine stock of DRY GOODS, of every descrip
tion, and shall always have on hand a tint)
assortment of all the various Goods appertain?
ing lo our trade.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always be replete, with the latest styles
of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths. Merinos, Delaines and Operas, iu all
colors. Pi inls of all grades and makes.
TABLE LINENS, in all styles, Damasks,
Tow? In, Napkins. Doylies and Diapers o'
In' JEANS, CASSIMERES, BROADCLOTHS.
DOESKINS, we shall alway.? have a complete
In BLEACHED GOODS, SHEETINGS and
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTONS, we
shall oller meat inducements.
In GLOVES, HOSIERY, GENT'S WEAR.
Collar?, Merino Drawers and Shirts, aline se?
lection und bargains.
A Une assortment of NOTIONS on hand.
Call and seo us, at the New Store, ?u Diere k ?
new building, under the old Kinaler Hall.
Dec 2 3mo 8. W. PORTER A CO.
MRS. FLANIGAN respectfully
informa the ladies of Columbia
and vicinity that she has received
and would oner for their inspec?
tion a very superior stock of Mil?
linery in BONNET8, HATS, FEA?
THERS and FLOWERS, in end?
less variety, after the very latest fashion*,
and at the lowest prices.
Attended to, as usual, with an assortment ot*
Trimmings, Patterns, Ac. Oct 24
Oak Bark! Oak Bark!
fTTANTED, at the Columbia Tannery. 100
W Cords OAK BARK. Apply to
N23 J. P. THOMAS tc CO.. Columbia. S. C
Watches and Jewelry Bepaired
IN the bost manner, by first claus workman,
ENGRAVING rim Iv executed.
D. e IC WILLIAM GLAZE
Pocket Diaries for 1870.
PL A IX AXD SELF-CLOSING.
DIFFERENT sizes and prices. Miller'?
South Carolina Almanac. Also, Lon.
doa, American. Rural, Church and Pictorial
Alni macs, for 1870. For sale bv
.Is uti BRYAN A MeCAB PT.R.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters,
RECEIVED PYE BY DAY, and families can
be -upi lied in auv quantitv, at
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