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LONDON, February ll.-The ItmM
views, with mixed feelings, tbe appoint?
ment of the commission for a settlement
of intangible grievances. A settlement
is desirable, but, unhappily, a treaty has
been already rejected by the American
Senate, indicating but a slight deBiro ou
tho' part of Americans to removo the
grounds of differences between tho two
countries. When tho principle of tho
Alabama claims is determined, thc set?
tlement of individual claims will bo au
easy matter. Tho ??mesadds: "Tho tone
of American discussion must chango iu
all respects beforo good feeling is re?
stored."
The Conservatives ure successful in
Rouen by'a large majority.
The prolongation of the armistice de?
pends entirely upon the temper of tho
French Assembly regarding Prussiau
demands for territory, money and dis?
mantlement of the frontier forts.
The Duke d'Aumale's chances for
dominance in Franco are inferior to his
nephew's.
LONDON", February 13.-Gen. Ducrot
is Bick.
It is reported that the armistice hat
been prolonged to the 28th. Jule;
Favre has gone to Bordeaux.
A provision train for Paris was stoppet
by the Germans by mistake, but bus
since been forwarded by orders iron
h??dqiitif cc?a.
BORDEAUX, February 13.-The Assena
bly holds a preparatory session to-day
The Government is still without infor
mation of the result of tho elections it
Paris.
LONDON, February 13.-Thosteamsbi]
Cuba, which left Liverpool on Saturday
bears the English Alabama commission
ors. Tho commission is accompanied b
a numbor of diplomatic attendants.
The German Emperor will review th
triumphal march of the Prussian
through Paris, from the Tailleries, o
the 19th. Tho Emperor returns to Bei
lin on the 1st of March.
Tho loss of lifo by the wreck ot th
Lecerf, off Luhague, was greatly exaj
geratod.
Tho Duke do Anmale bas been clcctc
from tho Department of Oise.
VERSAILLES, February 13.-Official r
turns from the Department of tho Non
show tho monarchiul voto 193,000; ll
publican 47,000.
FLORENCE, February 13.-The Italit
Parliament has adopted a resolution d
daring tho libraries and galleries of tl
Vatican national property. Tliis mc
sure passed in spito of ministerial opp
sition.
BORDEAUX, February 13.-300 Jep
ties were present at a preparatory met
ing. Secretaries were appointed.
BORDEAUX, February 13.-Tho resu
of the recent elections in twenty c
partments, mostly occupied by tho Gi
mans, are unknown. Thiers is return
from eighteen departments, Trochu fr<
seven, Changarnier from four, Gambe
from three, and Dufour from four,
nows yet from tho Puris elections.
VIENNA, February 13.-The Hood
the Danube has subsided, but anotl
flood is threatened.
LONDON, February 13.-A despa
from Paris says there aro 200 candida
in the counting, and consequently
turns aro slow. Probably a second el
tion will bo necessary. Provisions
immense quantities continue to arri
A commission of four Germans t
threo French meit is in session at V
snilles, to arrange complications niq
dided for by Bismarck und Favre.
A mer icu.? Intelligence.
CHARLESTON, February 12.-Arrive
steamer Falcon, Baltimore; school
Plummer, New York; Ella Matthew
Geo. H. Squire, Baltimore.
CHARLESTON, February 13.-Arrive
schooner Birdsall, New York. Salle
bark Sabra Moses, Liverpool.
NEW YORK, February ll.-Tho
stopped the ferries t wo hours to-day,
Lucius Uart, merchant, is dead; a
sixty-eight years.
Tho rovenuo. officers havo caph
fourteen unlicensed Chinese cigar mi
factories, which run only at uight.
Immensely rich silver mines havel
discovered near Prescott, Arizona.
WASHINGTON, February 12.-A pa
will leave San Domingo on tho 8tb,
will be due at Havana on tho lOtli
fore, whi?h timo the naval authoi
? think it unreasonable to expect tid
There aro no apprehensions in i
circles for the safety of tho Ten nessi
NEW ORLEANS, February 12.
Vicksburg steamboat. Judge Whc
exploded her boilers, burnt and sm
6 A. M., bills of lading show, fort;
miles above Vicksburg. Killed
Hogan, deck hand; Thomas Welsh,
Bweep; and another, name unku
Wouudod-Captain Nolan, serie
Charles Story, carpenter, slightly
W. Pope, of Littlo Bock, badly,
little of the cargo was saved.
WASHINGTON, February 13.-A
the bills introduced was one by Col
North Carolina, for a comtnissiot
??oh County of tho Southern Stat
take cognizance of Ku Klux out
In tho Sonate, Sherman presen
memorial for tho construction e
Cindlnnati and Southern Ra
through Kentucky, permission I
Which had to bo withhold by tho
tucky State Legislature. He ad vi
Congressional intervention.
In the Senate, Shermau preset
momoriul askiug authority for th
oinnati und Southern Railroad t
thrungli Kontucky. Sherman s?
heartily concurred in tho prayer o
petitioners, and thought if thei
any occasion when tho legislatic
authority of tho Federal Govet
might bo properly executed in til
ter of railroads, it was when on
obstinately placed itself iu tho wu
refused permission to tho Northe
Southern people ti) placo themse
connection by a railroad across it
tory. A resolution reseating Mill?
the modified oath, was talion up. The
debato continuod'ott (Jay J ? joint reso?
lution allowing; Miller to tftko tho qa'th
goes to tho House for concurrence and
thon to the President. Tlie Golf steam?
ship comos np to-roo rr ow.
Citizen* of Now York petition against
railroad land grants. Resolutions of the
Ohio and Missouri Legislatures against
laud grants were presented. An effort to
suspend tho rules to take up tho Air Line
lujud ?ailod to got a two-thirds vote. A
bill was passed authorizing a bridge over
tho Mississippi nt Glasgow. A bill au?
thorizing water gauges and observation
on the Mississippi iu relation to tho lo.
voes was passed, and goes to tho Presi
dont.
Secrotary Robesou, writing to the
House, gives reasons for believing tho
Tennessco is safe. Tho Secretory con?
cludes his letter ns follows: ..Suggestions
of her loss, made without information
and maintained without cause, aro ns
weak as they aro cruel."
Argument for jurisdiction over Berk?
ley County commenced to-day-H?ntel
and Cuatis for old, and Ruvortly JohnsoE
and Iionjumiu Staunton for Wost Vir
ginia.
The trial of Congressman Bowen, foi
bigamy, is progressing. Herden L
Henderson, Clerk of tho Court of Wau
koonah County, Florida, ide"utitiec
Bowou and Tabitha Parks. They cum<
to Tallahassee together. Bowen pro
cured a license, nud Henderson morrice
them nt a tavern.
HAVANA, February 13.-Au editoria
in the Diaro says the damages inflictet
by tho iusurgouts aggregate 200,000,
ODO.
NEW YORK, February ll?.-Alice Cur;
is elead. Her ugo was fifty.
Tho World luis a special, which say
thc Orleanists are eouliiieul. Conn
de Paris will bc King of Franco withi
a few weeks.
The assistant postmaster, for UH
j-cars couuected with tho post office, i
dead. Ho was seventy years ole!.
C. A. Fox, a Baptist clergymau, i
elenel.
Tho East Uiver is nguiu obstrnetei
Thousands crossed on the ice!.
AUGUSTA, February 13.-Heavy an
continuous rains have swollen tho S?
van null Uiver to such an e xton t, us I
causo serious apprehensions of a fresh*
iu Augusta.
Hoi iii>l< Accident un tin Hudson Itt vi
II? il road.
Au eye witness of the terrible decide,
on tho Hudson Uiver Railroad, on tl
Otb instant, gives the following partie
lars:
The freight train which cftascd tl
nceideut consisted of about twenty-fi
oars, most of which carried tanks till
with oil. Before leaving Albany eve
car was carofully inspected by w?rkm
and no defect was discovered. Wh
the train roacheel tho wooden brid
over Woppiugcr's Creek, at New Uai
burg, about eight miles below Pong
kecpsie, a sudden shook passed throu
tho entire train, almost throwing it frc
tho track. Upon examination it v
found that the axle of tho tenth car h
broken. The car had then brokeu lot
from its coupling and tho end of c
side struck against tho frame, work
the bridge and lay a total wreck upon 1
track.
Almost at the same moment, and
fore a signal could be raised, thc ox pr
train, which left this city at S o'clo
carno rushing ulong at tho rate, of tin
miles per hour. Tho engiuo struck
wrecked car with a terrible, force, sett
fire to the oil and scattering the ?nih:
mable materials anti buming fragmo
of thu car in ail directions. Tho sin
ot' the collision instantly threw
engine, over tho bridge into the ere
Tho ico was very thick at the time,
was unable to bear tho weight o?
locomotive, which broke through i
sank. The tender of tho euginealso
into tho creek. Immediately behind
engine were two baggage ears, wh
wero followed by tho sleeping cars,
of passengers. The llames from tho
tank soon set fire to these cars, wh
after striking the wreck, fell over i
tho creek, a burning mass.
It is said that some passengers in
sleeping car succeeded in leaping fi
the car in time to save themselves f
death, but tho rest were carried with
car over tho bridge, aud wero eil
drowned or burned to death. Tho b
of P. H. Vosburgh, conductor of
sleeping car. was afterwards found, \
tho lower extremities burned away.
This morning tho wreck was clei
away from tho sleeping car as it lay ti
the ico, and a vigorous search modt
tho bodies of thoso passengers
might bo crushed in tho wreck or tl
burned to death. In ooo corner of
car a heap of charred and blacki
bodies were found, but so disfigured
identification is un possible. Frotr
appearance of tho bodies, it was ovi
that tho passengers, at tho timo of
accident, had rushed in despair tc
rear door of the car, and had there i
rab ly perished. Three bodies, a
reutly thoso of a mother and her
children, of which tho arma yet ten
ed, wero discovered closely embrn
each other, and it is surmised, fia
egress impossible, they resolved tt
together.
Behind the car, which was the Bi
car, were two other sleeping oars, y
woro also totally destroyed by tho
Tho passengers, however, many of v
wero but partly dressed, sueceede
saving their lives. Many cars o
freight train, together with the baj
they contained, were also burned,
renco Mooney, brakesman, is arnon
killed. Ho was discharged iron
road a month ago, and was reiustat
his position about two weeks ugo, i
urgent request of his mother.
The noise occasioned by tho exp]
of tho oil-tank was heard for a grei!
lance, and tho flames of tho wrccke
and burning bridge could bo seen
miles.
The bridge over Wappinger'is Greet
waa a wooden structure of?bduf 200 feet
in length, end is totally destroyed.
Tho 'death list by the accident now
foots up fifteen passengers ond five rail?
road employees.
DEATH OF MRS. RICHARD YEADON.-It
is but u little wbilo nineo tho citizens of
Charleston uuited in pnyiug tributo to
the memory of Hon. Richard Yeadon.
To-day wo are culled upon to record the
death of his widow, Mrs. Mary Vidonu
Youdon, a Indy identified by birth und
association with many of tho principal
families of the State, and ono whoso
heart h.s tune was tho cou tro of all thoao
womanly graces which make n modol
home.-Charleston JS'eus.
KINANCIAl. Atti? COMMIfiltUIAl*.
NEW Youie, Februrary ll.-Cottou
movemont for tho week htuvy in receipts
and exports, tho former being unusually
large. Receipts nt all ports 101,095,
against 154,482 lust week, 150,800 for tho
previous week, omi 140,887 three weeks
siuce; totul receipts since September
2,510,007, against 1,933,834 for tho pre?
vious your. Exporte from all points for
tho week 05,082, ugaiust 7:1,188 for the
same week lust year; total exports for
tho expired portion of ska year 1,504,
903, ugaiust 1,037,914 fur tho samo timo
lust year. Stock ut all ports 001,594,
ugaiust 533,088 nt this dato last year;
stocks at inferior towns 129,000, against
103,830 for last year; stock at Liverpool
010,000, against 352,000 last year;
amount of American cotton afloat fur
Great Urituiu 379,1)00 bales, against
177,000 last your; amount Indian cotton
afloat for Europe is 89,107, against 103,
339 bales last year.
LONDON, February 13-Noon.-Cuu
sols 92.',?'. Bonds 9l"ju.
LlVElti'OOij, February 13 - Noou.
Cotton dull and unchanged--uplands
7,ttt Orlunhs 77;? ; receipts of cotton from
America to-day 23.359 bales.
FitANKFOirr, February 13.--Bonds
lirra, ut 95 "v
NEW YORK, February 13-Noon. -Flour
dull and unchanged. Oats qtliot lind
uominally uuehubged. Oom scarce and
lirra. Bork quiet, ut 22.87?23.00. Lard
dull. Cotton dull ll Uti heavy-uplands
15;^. Freights firm. Stocks steady nod
dull. Uovornmeiits steady but firm.
State bonds dull but heavy. Gold
steady, ut 11;V- Money easy, ?it l'rr.5.
Exchange.-long 9:,g; short 10'.,.
7 1*. M.-Cottou dull aUd heavy - sales
5,905 bales. Flour-Southern dull;
[?(minion lo good extra 7.00(I/?7.00; good
to choice 7.05(?,8.75. Whiskey steady,
at 93-?.;. Wheat favors buyers-winter
red ?iud amber Western 2 58(</ 2.01.
Corn firmer, ut [email protected]|.?. Pork lirra, ut
22.87(7j)23.00. Beef steady. Lard ac?
tive-kettle IS.Lj. Freights-eotton %
@7-10. Money"4. Sterling O^TmO.'.j.
Gold \\%(n\\\\.?. Governments quiet.
Southerns steady but dull. Tennessees
64;5u'; new 04,'.,. Virginias 05'.i; new
02. Louisianas 07; new 00; levees 74;
8a 80. Alabamas 90?;, ; 5s 03. Georgias
80).j; 7s 80. North Carolinas 50; iiew
20. ?outh Carolinas 73; new 59.
BA tyrl MOKE, February 13.--Cotton
quiet and steady-middling ll7,,'; re?
ceipts 100 bales; sales 185; stock 14,171.
Wheat active ami unchanged. Corn
dull--white Southern 80; yellow 80. :
Provisions quiet. Whiskey dull, ut 93(7$
94.
Lottisviiit.E, February 13. - Bagging
21(V/ 25. Flour Urnt-family 5.75. Grain
tirm. Provisions quiet. Mess pork
22.75. Shoulders lo; clear sides lil}-*.
Lard 12'..'(// 125 . Whiskey quiet, sit
87.
CINCINNATI, February 13.-Flour lirui
and m goodilemund. Corn advancing
ear 50(<? 57. Mess pork weak, ut 22 50.
Lard quiet. Bacon weak - shoulders
9''.,'; clear sides 12'.,. Whiskey in lair
demand, at 87.
WILMINGTON, February 13. - Cottou
quiet-middling 13:t., ; receipts378 bales;
stock 2,502.
NEW ORLEANS, February 13.-Cotton
active-middling \(?\.,{a',\{j}.{; receipts
24,200 bales; sales 0,700; stock 270,383.
Flour scarce and firm-superfino 0.25;
AUGUSTA, February 13.-Cotton quiet
but firm, at [email protected]% for middling;
sales 080 bales; receipts 700.
NoilFOLK, February 13.-Cotton quiot
-low middling 13%@13%; receipts
3,208 bales; sales 250; stock 8,410.
GALVESTON, February 13.-Cotton
quiet-good ordinary 12J.\'; receipts
1,074 bales; eales 1,700; stock 59,054.
MOIULK, February 13.-Cotton irregu?
lar-middling 14; receipts 5,195 bales;
sales 1,000; stock 85,100.
double 0.75; treblo [email protected] Corn
firm, ut 72(?\73. Fork firm, at [email protected]
24.00. Bacon easier, at [email protected]%;
sugar-cured hams 17. Lard firm-tierce
[email protected]%; keg 14(^141.,. Sugar quiet
-primo [email protected]??. Molasses firm
primo 50(u>53. ' Whiskey steady, at 99(i?
1.00. Coll?e-stock 3j,000 bags; primo
15^(0)15^'.
BOSTON, February 13.-Cotton dull
middling [email protected]|?; gross receipts
1,550 bales; 8alos~250;"stock 0,500.
CHARLESTON, February 13.-Cotton
firm-middliug 143.(; receipts 1,276
bales; sales 000; stock 37,098.
SAVANNAH, February 13.-Cotlon in
moderato demand-middling M.1 .j; re?
ceipts 5,780 bales; sales 1,500; stock
101,930.
WA NT KU-A gentleman of liberal educa?
tion, a fair pensuiaii, and some experi?
ence in mercantile business, desires a situa?
tion where ho can mako himself useful. All
ho asks is a trial. Best references given.
Address "ll," Kev Box No. 17, Columbia Post
Uliice. Feh 122? _
IK YUL WANT
DIG HOMINY,
PEARL HOMINY, or
CO UN FLOU?,
On to MONTEITH A FIELDING'S,
Feb 0 Near tho Market.
???Tfi irOR SAL,K? my FARM and RE8I
jgjjjj DENCE, twe miles abovo Columbia, on
Kalil! the Winushoro road. Tho tract con?
tains 40? acres. The house is neat and com?
modious, and has B?X rooms. Them are
barns, stables, carriage house, Ac. For par?
ticulars apply un tho premises to mo.
Feb 2 Ct* MUS. IL C. BAILEY.
' ^TbeT^oj^h'?Brqlina Ho o se of Bepre-1
sentatives bas added another count to
the indictment against Holden, oharging
him with complicity with.G. W. Swep
8on, and others, in a fraudulent use of
the bonds of tho State. Only ten mem?
bers had the faco to voto against the new
count.
On New Tear's day tho Pope had
reigned twenty-four years six months and
fifteen days-just ouo day longer than
Pius VI. His pontificate hus been long?
er than that of any other Pope.
Tho inquiry as to whore all the pins go
to has beou satisfactorily unswered. Tho
theory now is that they go into thc
ground and become terra-pins.
Of 14,000 Fronch prisoners at Glogau,
Prussia, 2,303 can neither read nor write;
and 491 can only read.
Boots, Shoes and Hats
M ^fl?&^
FOR THE MILLION I
AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
I WILL SELL FOR FIFTEEN DAYS, AT
AND BELOW COST, to mukc
room tor SPRING GOODS. No old ?tock ou
hand. Tho Goods aro Frosh
anil Seasonable-. JOTCALL AND EXAMINE
for yourselves," ?a at the
MAM MOTH BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE,
Undor the Columbia Hotel.
Fi li 12 A. SMYTHE._ I
Improved Seed Planter. j
PARITES wanting either the Ham or
Denian PLANTER will send their orders
at once. Wo are now well supplied, hut later
in the seas >n do not think wc will he able to
meet th" deuiaud. % I
Feb Pi L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
To Holders of Past Due Indebtedness
of the city of Columbia,
rilli E City Council ot Columbia having au-1
X thoiizrd tho sale of certain STOCKS,
held by city, for purpose of making payment
of past due bonds ot said city, tho holders of
past duo bonds are requested to furnish sche?
dule lo Chairman of Committee of Ways aUd
Means, of City Council, stating number of
bonds, dato of issue, when due, on what ac?
count issued and number of coupons due on
said bonds. W. DUTSON W1GG,
Chairman Committee of Ways and Means.
COLUMBIA, S. C., February ll, 1871.
U?' Charleston Courier. Augusta (JonMihi- ;
tionulitl and Columbia Union, ?ill copy for
two weeks anil send hill to City Clerk.
Feb 12
To Send a I'rettv or Funny
VALENTINE,
AS ST. VALENTINE'S DAY is near. A
beautiful assortment- Sentimental and
Comic from live cents lo $;>. Country deal?
ers supplied at low raten, at
BRYAN & MeCARTER'S Bookstore.
Eel) 10
Valentines tor February 14,
A T Duffie A Chapman's Bookstore,opposite
ft Columbia Hotel. Will be opened, TRIS
MORNING, just from New York:
?tli) Valentines, al 10 cent??.
f>()() Valentines, at 15 cents.
500 Valentines, ?it 25 cent?.
50n Valent ines, al "tr> cents,
lott Valentines, at 50 cents.
511 Valentines, at 75 cents.
50 Valentines, at fl.
25 Valentines, at ?2.
5 Valent ines, at 15.
Envelopes to Hitit. The shove BI nt by until,
carefully packed, on receipt or price.
Feb 1 i
?r. "\7V- JP-A.HJS.BJR,
Life and Fire Insurance Agent
AND It KA I. ESTAT K Blt OK HU,
OFFERS for salean elegant FAMILY RE?
SIDENCE on Arsenal Hill, with every
necessary out-budding, ornamental ground?,
vegetable garden, choice fruit trees, Ac.
ALSO,
A COTTAGE on Upper street, and 300 aeies
ot WOOD LAND, niau miles East of Columbia.
O?- Office at Dr. Mioi's Drug Store.
Fell 10 17
Fresh Eggs.
?}r\r\ DOZEN FRESH EGGS, at 25 cents
?\J\J pi r dozen. E.HOPE.
Feh 10
Professional Card.
DR. J. J. GOODWYN will resume the prac?
tico of medicine in Columbia from this
Unto. Call at tho oftieo of A. Y. Leo, Archi?
tect, night or day. Slate at Dr. Miot's Drug
Store. Feb 10 15*
Mules for Sale.
?<^^ THREE MULES, four years old,
*H| each, well broke to harness, for onie'.
JFW_ R. O'NEALE Sc SON,
m?^mtm Fob 10 Cotton Town.
Money to Loan.
(SiSi\ i\f\tr\ TO LOAN on collate
HDOLF.^JULF raia. Apply at the
Citizens' Savings Bank. J. C. B. SMITH,
Fd, o G Assistant Cashier.
Something Nice.
T\TtIE1 CHERRIES, Dried Blackberries
I J and Virginia Roll Rutter, for sale by
Keb 1) MONTEITH .t FIELDING.
Dried Beef Hams.
Q/TiA bB8. MOUNTAIN-CURED BEEF,
0\JU suited for hotels and hoarding
houses, for sale low hy EDWARD HOPE.
Feb !)
Spring Seed Oats.
OAA BUSHELS White SEED OATS, for
eJV/U sale by ED. HOPE.
Keb :i|
NOTICK.-Thc undersigned have formed a
Co-partnership, and will bo known as
E. W. SEIBELS Si CO. Thev represent some
of the best FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANIES in tho United Slates.
We propuso to bo general Land Agents, and
wilt sell or purchase Real Estate anywhere in
South Carolina, especially in Columbia. Wu
will prosecute claims beforo the Legislature,
and tho renewal of lost bonds or other papers.
Persons wishing to sell or buy Real Estate
will do well to communicate with us at Colum?
bia. Wo have several handsome places fur
sale. Office ai Mike lloke's Clothing Store.
E. IV. SE IRE LS,
Dec 2 J. R. EZEl.L.
(COTTON ?ktti? OIIJ O?KH can be had
J at all times, and in any quantity, of
Jan 21 E. HOPE.
OLD BANK BILLS und MUTII.ATKI)
CUBHKKY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Gmo D. GAMRRILL, Broker.
A Stock of Clothing, Hats
AMD
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
AT
lia- LESS THAN COST, ?j
ABARE OPPORTUNITY TO EMBARK IN
THE BU8INE88. A fresh and woll se?
lected stock or CLOTHING/HATS and Gents'
FURNISHING GOODS, togotkor with tho
STORE FIXTURES and Leaso of one of tho
most doBirablo business stands in the city of
Columbia-proporty of tho lato W. J. Hoko
is now offered for ?ale at a Bacrifioe, in order
i to close tho business. Parties desiring to
treat for thc vurchaso of same, will call on or
address tho sou of thc late proprietor.
MIKE HOKE.
j?-Papers copying other notice will discon?
tinuo it and insert thin. Jan 29
Prime Norfolk Oysters. j
I HAVE made a reduction in tko
prico of OYSTER8, and will sell
thom as low au any in tho market,
and will guarantee them to bo tho
best that can be had.
JOHN D. BATEMAN,
Fob 1 12 At Columbia leo House.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
generally. Orders lilied carefully and prompt?
ly. Feb 7lyr
Dickson Cotton Seed.
!Z.i\f\ BUSHELS of the above COTTON
tJ\ f\J SEED, grown from Seed purchased
in 1800, at 14 per buahol, from David Dickson,
ot Georgia, for salo by J. K. DAVIS,
Monticello, Fairfield County, S. C.
RV Price-25 buahcls or lesa amount, 50
cents per bushel of 30 pounds; 50 bushels or
lona amount,-10 cents pur bushel nf 30 pounds;
100 bushcla or ICBB amount, 30 conta per
bushel of 30 pounds. Fol? 5 10*
Fontana Nurseries.
THE largest and most varied
etock of Southern acclimated
FRUIT TREES, adapted to our
soil and climate, consisting of
Apples. Peaches, Pears, Plums,
Apricots and Nectarines, from the earliest to
tho latest; Cherries, Quinces, Figs, Ha/.lc
Nuts, Engliah Walnuts and Spanish Chest?
nuts, several lino varieties; G rapo Vines, em?
bracing choieo tablo kinds; Strawberries and
Raspberries, Evergreens in great variety, for
ornument and for cemetorioa; Roses-all the
boat; Dahlias, Gladiolas, Lillies, .Vc; Orna?
mental Flowering Shrubs, Asparagus and
Horse Badiah Roots, Osage Orango and Ma?
cartney Hose, for hedges.
Persons wishing, will please apply direct to
tho proprietor. WM. SUMMER,
Jan 14 limo I'omatia, S. C.
FINE STOCK FOR SALE,
AT THE DEXTER STA iii. MS.
J???L WE offer for sale the following
-E?*i&(ffl?& valuable STOCK:
?W?SEy "??fj? 1 lino young Roan HOUSE, five
^r""~jf}W years old thia soring -suitable
iMMWMBBHifor harness or saddle.
Ono Minali -sized Horse- a good saddle nag
and will work anywhere.
One tine grey Abdullah Marc, five year? old
-trots faat, with every prospect of improve?
ment.
ALSO,
The thorough-bred Mare Saluda- raised by
Gen. Johnson Uagood, of Barnwell. She is
of linc size and style; young, sound and kind;
works woll either in single or doublo harness;
eau bo managed by a lady. Thia animal is
afraid of nothing, and can bc bought very
cheap. Her pedigree and performance can bo
seen at thc- above stables.' BOYCE A CO.
Feb 8 fi
At and Less Than Cost.
HEAL PAISLEY SHAWLS.
Slack Cloth and Beaver Cloaks.
All Worsted Coverings.
Heavy Cassimoros and Cloth*,
j Dost French Merino-..
Irish Poplins,
j All Wool Plaid?.
Fancy Dross Uo.>da.
, Black and Colored Si,!,?.
Jan ?I C. F. JACKSON.
Meat ! Meat ! ! Meat ! ! !
_ THOMAS W. POPE (informs the
public that Hie best BEEK, PORK,
^gjTOdUrTON and SAUSSAGE, in the
6?aa3SS narkct, eau he lound at Stall Nu. 7
(liv? mu a call. Dec 28 'imo
MONTEITH & FIELDING,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
COLUMRIA, S. C.
"IX TI LL give strict attention to salo of To
VV bacco and Country Prodnco. Dec 17
LAW COPARTNERSHIP.
TALLEY ?Si HAHN WELL.
THE undersigned havo this day entered
iido partnership, in tho practice of law,
under thu name of TALLEY A BAUNWEI.L.
W. H. TALLEY,
: Jan 4 _ NATHANIEL BARNWELL.
Fairbanks' Standard Scales.
jffjgpc^-jj. THE under
PK?^?J signed, Agonts
pB^I for Fairbanks'
ll ?L PLATFORM
B SCALES, offer
! to thu trade and
IN _ thoso wanting
M ??ithe most accu
~*T'*?"3PP^I.CL.*"'1 " SCALES
^^?^^^^^^S^grt^^femado, au aa
'g?^h^^^jjp' " " - ' " " * of
-""?.. ^>*NHSBC^^1V 'heso Goods at
"???vW?S&?i???a-v?^fcJ*? low figures. Wo
are also Agents for MEYER'S COUNTER
SCALES, which, for accuracy and durability,
cannot ho surpassed. J AT. R. AGNEW.
The Dexter Stables.
o5\ THE undersigned have rr
jLtTL? moved their Stablea to tho new
t?K?\f~lk building, immediately South ol
^/??l?^^?F?.^aD^ey',, Hall, and, with a new
WT**<&r fstock of CARRI AO ES, BUG?
GIES ami fine HORSES, arc prepared lo an
?wer all nails that may bo made upon them.
Horses i.ought and sold on commission.
Persons ill want of good stock, aro invited to
give na a call. Liberal advances m ado oh
stock left for salo. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. ll. PETTI WO ILL. Jan 21
Canned Oootls.
BLACKBERRIES,
Orton Corn,
Cherries,
Groou Peas,
Peaches,
Pears,
Siring Beans,
Whortleberrit a,
Tomatoes.
All tho above at retail, for 25 conta per can.
Also, Condensed Milk, Salmon, Oysters, Lima
Beans. Pino Apple, Barnine*, Pickles, Catsups,
Ac. For sale at very lowest prices, hy
Dec 15 J. AT. lt. AGNEW.
COUNTY CLAIMS AND JUICY CERTI?
FICATES boughtbv
Fob 5 D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
State of South Carolina-Union Co.
COURT OF COMMON FLEAS.
Asa Smith, Plaintiff; t>*. C. C. Baker, Defend?
ant.
Summons for Money Demand-(Complaint not
served.)
TO the Dcfondant, C. C. Baker: Yon aro
hereby summoned and required to an
! Hwor tho complaint in this action, which Aaa
i Smith has filed in tho o flic o of tho Clerk of
Common Ploaa, for tho said County, and to
serve a copy of your answer to tho said com?
plaint on tho anbscribers at their offlco, in
ihuonville, within twenty days after the ser?
vice hereof, exclusive o? tho day of Buch ser?
vice; and if you fail to answer tho complaint
within tho time aforesaid, the plaintiff will
take judgment agaiuet you for tho sum of
?1?7.12 and coate.
WALLACE A McKISSICK,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Dated Unionvillo, S. C., January 14,1871.
To tho Defendant, C. C. Baker: Tako notice
that tho summons in this action, of which
tho foregoing is a copy, was flied in the office
of tho Clerk of the Court of. Common Pleas,
at Unionvillc, in tho County of Union, in the
Stato of South Carolina, on tho 19th day.of
Decombor, 1870.
WALLACE A afcKI88ICK,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Unionvillc, S. C., January 14,1871.
Jan 17 tu 0 _ _
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
OF
Oolxim."toia, SSk. . O.
Present Capital, $100,000.
Al'TIIOUIZED CAPITAL, 8500,000.
OFFICERS.
John B. Palmer, President.
A. G. Brenizer, CaBbior.
C. N. O. Butt, Aasiatant Cashier.
DinBcrroBS.
J. Eli Gregg, John B. Palmer, F. W. McMaB
ter, lt. D. Semi, of lt. D. Semi A 8on; G., W.
Dearden, of Copeland A Bcarden; R.L.Bryan,
of Brvan A McOavtcr; W. C. SwafBeld, of R.
A W. C. Swafticld.
F. VY. Mcallister, Solicitor.
rpi! ls Bank ia now open for the transaction
JL of a general banking business.
GKHTI PIC ATES OF-DEPOSIT of currency or
coil!, bearing interest at tho rate of seven (7)
per cent, per annum, in kind, will bo issued.
Eat ecial attention given to collections, for
the niakiug ol' which it has peculiar facilities.
Drafts on all tho prominent cities in the
United States bought and sold.
Foreign Exchange bought and sold, and col?
lections made o? all the principal cities in
Europe.
Sight Drafts drama direct on all the promi?
nent places iu England, Ireland, Scotland,
Frame, Oermany, Belgium, IIollandt JDen
mark and the Orien'.. Leiters of Credit i&Bued,
payable in any of thc above places.
Notes, Bills of Exchange, and other evi?
dences of debt discounted, and money loaned
on collaterals.
Stocks, Bowls, Cold and Silver bought and
sold.
Mutilated Cu-rt ney purchased at a small
discount.
Deposita from County Officers especially so?
licited; also, from Trustees, Administrators,
Executors, Professional Men, and others.
Particular attention given to aceonnts of
Ci'y and Country Merchants, and other busi?
ness men, and the usual accommodations ex?
tended.
Accounts of Railroad Companies, and other
corporations; received on favorablo terms.
Banking House opposite Columbia Hotel.
Open (Vom il to ?J. Feb 4
Liquors and Cigars.
BRANDIES.-BRANDENBURG FRERES,
lfi3."). James Hennessy, 1858 and 1885.
Pinet Castillon, 1SC0.
WINKS-MoetA Chandon'a CHAMPAGNES.
These all brands, being solo agent in South
Carolina, and the Wines accond to none.
Sit Kit it I ES.-All grades, from common to tho
finest AMONTILLADO.
HOCK, WHITE AND CLARET WINES.-Hock
heinier. Laudesheinier, Il't Sauternes, Latour
Blanch. St. Julien, La Rose, Nieratener, Mar
cobrinm, li't Rai sac, Clod eau Sauternes,
! L'ont et lianet, Margaux, Grand Vin Chateaux,
Latittc and Latour, Vintage 1858.
FINK WHISKIES, AC.-These are aclccted with
great care, and compriso tho ti n eb t known
I brands, whilst the stock of rectified ?roods,
I domestic GINS, RUM, Ac, aro offered at lower
I rales.
SCOTCH WHISKEY.-Real PEAT REEK, is of
1 m v own import at inn..very superior.
Ctu.uts - -LIVE INDIAN, Figaro, Espanola,
Palmetto, and ot lier brands are offered, dioico
in quality and moderato in price.
SMOKING TOBACCO in variety, and spe?
cially selected with regard to quality; and, a
wortl in your ear, thc beat is always the cheap?
est, in whatever ouo cats, drinks or smokes.
Deo IS GEORGE SYMMERB.
KEW STORE.
-THE subscriber would re
y/\Ot-Seil spectftilly inform his friends
(W!HE??31HM'1i1(* caatomera that be bas
\W ^>':;^' /re-established himself in the
r'u - ' i QK\ KR AT, GROCERY BUSI?
NESS, at his old stand, (No. 199,) where ho
will bc pleased to show and sell to purchasers
a complete stock of now fancy and substan?
tial GOODS, carefully selected.
Richardson street, first square Sooth of old
Market comer. ORLANDO Z. BATES.
Rec 1 3m o_
CARRIAGES.
' ?^SPMJL- A COMPLETE assortment of two
S&Sygg^and four-seat Passenger OARRI
! AGES has just been received at tho Reposito?
ry, cornor Lady and Assembly streets. The
latest and moBt stylish patterns have been
selected with care, from eomo of the beat
builders in tho country; and the stock never
has been surpaas^d in design or finish by any
uttered here. PricOB moderate.
Deo 1? W. K. GREENFIELD.
GRAIN! GRAIN V GRAIN !
W..T. WHITHU UK, OIlEKHVILLlil.B. C.,
DEALER in GRAIN and COUNTRY PRO*
DUCE of all kinds. Will pay prompt
attention to all orders entrusted to ?OH care.
This is a rare opportunity for Planters and
others living along tho lino of the Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, to procure their sup?
plies at first coal. ( only ask a fair trial, and
guarantee satisfaction. Nov 25 Smo
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into tho manufacture ot
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased ot Mesara. Wright A Vinn, ono
of their now patent Brick Machines, capable
of turning ont from 40,000 to C ),000 bricks per
day, ore now prepared to make contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HAIIOY SOLOMON, at his
atore, or al the South Carolina Bank and
Tm rt Company. Septs
Champagne.
5CASES GOLDEN EAGLE,
S cases BED CROSS,
1 casi; Catawba WINE.
These wines aro made of the Seedling
i ii apt s. and are verv delicious.
Deo 7 * JOHN C REEGEB ?.
City Currency will be Taken
IN pavmont for Goods at
Nov 11 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
STOCKS, RON US anti COUPONS bought
and sold by D. G A MB Ri LL, Broke r.
Nov 23 Hmo

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