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CHARLESTON, April 18.-Arrived
% here, to-day, schooners Hopkins,
Palmer and Elwell, Baltimore; tho]
ship Missouri, Liverpool; the bark
B lan clio, Liverpool; schooner Mary
Ella, Boston; schooner Sarah Bowen,
Philadelphia. Sailed-steamer Gre?
nada, New York.
WASHINGTON, April 13.-Tho Court
took a motion for leave to Ale the
Georgia bill for consideration with?
out argument. Chase said if the
Court wished to hear the argument,
ho would notify counsel. There was
an interesting argument yesterday on
adjournment. A poi \ was made
that a special session called by the
President cannot legally adjourn
without his consent, us it would be
dispersion. The difficulty lies in
keeping a quorum together, without
which the Senate cannot work nor
adjourn sine die. If a quorum is
present on Tuesday, the session will
probably be^ prolonged; if not, the
Chairman will adjourn the Senate
under yesterday's action. Several
radical Senators announced, that
were they President, they would per?
sist, like Johnson, in nominating
friends and supporters. There is ho
sign of comjpromisei
The National Bank circulation is
The President . has entirely reco?
vered, and is receiving visitors as
Henry J. Raymond, editor of the
Times, has been nominated as Minis?
ter to Austria.
The internal revenue receipts for
the week amount to $2,400,000.
The Senate is making serious in?
quiry as to .tho premature publica?
tion of occurrences in executive ses?
The registration of the Fourth
Ward shows 691 majority.
The private' boxes of tho National
Theatre, on the night of the South?
ern relief benefit, sold for $110.
The names for collector, surveyoi
and naval officer for Philadelphie
were sent in to-day, and were imme?
diately rejeoted by the Senate.
Two illicit distillery establishment!
were seized-in Philadelphia to-day.
NEW YORK, April 13.-Fraser
Trenholm & Co., of Charleston, hav<
been notified to appear before th?
Judkmu'y Committee, to testify rein
tive to the blockade-running'busines
and firm's assets at the close of th?
Mutamoras correspondence give
farther news from Queretaro to th
22d ult. No doubt exists that tb
recent engagements ?resulted in SJ
Imperial defeat. The fighting wa
very stubborn. Losses admitted b;
Escobedo great on both sides.
Meeting of Colored Citizens.
AUGUSTA, April 18.-A mass meei
ing of freedmen was held to-day, t
which about 1,000 were presenl
After organization, a preamble an
resolutions were read, the substanc
of which is that tho loyal citizens <
Georgia should give a united an
continued support to the Union an
the Republican party; that thei
should bo no distinction on accoui
of race or color in the enjoyment <
political rights; that the right to vol
gives the right to sit on juries; thi
corporeal punishment should be ab<
lished, being a relio, of barbarise
that the widows and orphans of tho:
who died in. orushing tho rebellic
k are.entitled to the nation's protectic
and gratitude; that tho national del
is a sacred obligation.
J. T. Shefton (colored) spoke :
support of tho resolutions, but h
remarks were conservative.
Gov. Johnson understood the ol
ject of tho meeting to be for the pn
pose of advising and consulting wi
the colored people, in order to form
common platform, on which whi
and black could secure equal justi
before the law, and work in harmoi
together. He was surprised to iii
that the meeting was called for pat
purposes, and therefore spoke reit
tantly and under disadvantages. H
he known that a programme had be
previously arranged, ho would not
present. Beingpolitely invited, ho
ever, he did not feel at liberty to (
cline. He spoke not for tho purpt
of defeating the object of tho reso
tions, but with tho hope of devisi
for tho best interests of the coloi
race. Ho advised thom to bo sob
industrious and to exercise the rig
of franchise judiciously; to ave
wicked and designing men, who i
in our midst to sow tho seeds of t:
cord and strife. He bolioved gc
and intelligent white men at the Soi
would do justice io the negroes,
would do all in his power to imnn
the raoo in tho social and politi
neale. There is and should bo no;
tagouism between the races-th
interests aro tho some, and th
should bo mutual confidence and h
mony; and ho earnestly hoped b<
races would bo friends and co labor
in working out tho great problem
Judges SLarncs and Hilliard folk
ed, in favor of harmony and g(
Simon Beard and other colo
speakers favored the Republican pa
and tho passage of resolutions s
porting that party.
The preamble and resolutions y?
adopted. Many intelligent colo
men disapprove thc spirit of the
solutions, but the meeting was *.
' C?Mk> Dtopaiehri. ' "'
Lan**, April ia-Tho.<l?buto ou
the roform occurred last night in tho
House of Comrnotts. Gladstone, the
leader of the opposition, offered an
amendment fixing the voting at ?5.
After a long and interesting debate,
the amendment was rejocttftu" Tho
Government majority is 21.
The Times, of this morning, has a
congratulatory article upon the defeat
of the liberals on the reform bill.
The course pursued bjo?ladstone was
severely criticised, while that of the
liberals who deserted the. party was
lauded. The Times thinks the libcxal
bolters now hold the balance of power,
and virtually control the bill.
COMMERCIAL. AND FINANCIA!..
NEW YOBK, April 13-Noon.-Flour
quiet and unchanged. Wheat dull
and unchanged. Cern a shade bet?
ter. Pork heavy, with sales of 750
barrels-new mess $email@example.com.
Lard dull, at 12L?@18>?. Cotton
quiet and drooping, at 27 for mid?
dling uplands. Stocks very active.
7 P. M.-Cotton ? shade firmer,
with sales of 2,000 bales, at 27@27)?
for middling uplands-cluefiy at
27*?. Flour loss active, but prices
arb without decided change-$10.25
@11.35 for superfine State. Wheat
opened dull, but closed a shade
firmer. Corn a shade firmer, but
loss active; sales 11G.000 bushels, at
$firstname.lastname@example.org for mixed Western. Pork
unsettled and lower,,with sales of
3,200 barrels, at $email@example.com for
new mess-closing at 022; 9b}-?- J
cash. Lard unchanged-12)4@13^.
Money is easier, and towards' the ]
close first class borrowers were offered
morley on stock collaterals at 6 per
cent.--though 7 is generally the
rate, except on Governments, which
aro 5@6 per cont. The bank state?
ment on Monday will show a decrease
bf about $2,300,000 in loans, and
$1,250,000 in deposits, and an in?
crease of $700,000 in specie and
$1,200,000 in legal tenders. The de?
mand for money has greatly fallen
off, but gold has been uniform and
steady, closing at 35%. Stocks
rather lower, closing Bteady.
BALTIMORE, April 13.-Middling
Georgia cotton 28; middling upland
27(2)27)?; market quiet. Coffee
sales 1,100 sacks, at 12>><-gold, in j
bond; . stock light. Corn--^hite
$firstname.lastname@example.org; yellow $1.22. Bulk 1
shoulders 9@.9^. Lard 18@14. Ba- '
con-shoulders 10>^@10>^ ; ribbed
AUGUSTA, April 13.-Cotton easier
sales 130 bales-middling 25. Be
SAVANNAH, April 13.-Cotton mar
ket quiet, with sales of 100 bales, at
25,!.j for middlings; receipts420 bales
CHARLESTON, April 13.-Cotton flat,
with sales of 200 bales-middling 26; I
receipts 430 bales. I <
MOBILE, April 13.-Sales of cotton ]'
750 boles; market firm-middling
24K@25. Roceipts 116 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, April 13.-Sales of
cotton 1,200 bales, at unchanged
prices-low middling 36)<?; receipts
528 bales; exports 1,162 bales. Flour
firm aud unchanged. Corn dull, and
prices unchanged. Oats scarce and
higher-85@88. Coffee in fair de?
mand, at 24@26>?. Gold 37)?.
LIVERPOOL, April 13.-Cotton
quiet-middling uplands 12; Orleans
12^. Corn 43s. 3d. to 43s. 6d. Pork
77s. 6d. Lard 49. Bacon 42.
LONDON, April 13-2 P. M.-Bonds
advanced Other articles un?
LIVERPOOL, April 13-2 P. M.-Cot?
ton somewhat firmer since the open?
ing; quotations unchanged.
LONDON, April 13-Evening.-Con?
sols 90%. Bonds 74.
LIVERPOOL, April 18-Evening.
Cotton active, but .prices not im?
proved; sales 12,000 bales-uplands
ll%d.; Orleans 12>?d. Breadstuffs
ff BOXES ITALIAN MACCARONI.
Caska Englieb Pickles, White Onions
Picoolili, Chow-Chow, Gherkins.
Domostio Pickles, Flavoring Extracts.
Beal Worcestershire 8auce, Caper's.
Canned Peaches, Peas, Tomatoes.
Pure Cream Tartar, in foil.
Puro Salad Oil, fino; Castile Soap.
Colman's and B. B. Mustard.
Received to-day and for salo bv
March 2G C. H. BALDWIN fe CO.
Gibson's Patent Cultivator Plows.
JUST received, a sup?
ply or these SUPERIOR
vantage from UBing which
*is FIFTY PER CENT, in
horses and bands. For salo bv tho agents,
March 3_J. & T. R". AGNEW.
WATCHES AND CLOCKS !
THE undersigned is in
receipt of a stock of newt
Land fashionable JEWELRY, etc.
QsefUl and ornamental-which ho offers for
salo at fair prices. Au examination of his
assortment of goods is solicited.
REPAIRING of all kinds of CLOCKS,
WATCHES and JEWELRY promptly at?
HAIR WORK gotten up in tho best man?
ner and in various stvlea.
April 7 At J. Sulzbacher A Co.'s.
Extra No. 1 Mackerel.
JUST in. Tbev ..ro fine.
April 10 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
PRINTS, iron? 12 i to 20 con ts.
Bleached Longcloth, 12$ to 20 conta.
Colored Muslins, 12$ to 75 cents.
Ladies' Hose, 12Jc. to il.50.
Misses' Hose, 25o.-something extra.
Pantaloon Goods, (Mon's,) 25c. to $4.
" (Boys'.) 25c. lo fl.
Trank?, from $1.50 to $20.
Swiss Muslin, 25c. to 11.50.
Nainsook Muslin-fvery grade and price.
Jacoaet Maslin-a beautiful and attract?
ive lino. r -
Cordod, Dotted, Embroidered and Tack?
ed Swiss, 87c. to $2.
Linon Cambric-all prices.
" Lawns- ,'A "
' .*? ALSO, .
Tho finest collection of tho following:
Bombaziuos, Alpacas, Crapes,
(.'hallies. Borages, Sheor Lawns,
Printed Muslins, Silks,
Tfacon?t,' Swiss and Nainsook Bands,
Edgings and Insertions,"
Linen Embroidered Bands, Edgings and
Real Laces, in Honiton Guipure,
Malteao Eng. Thread,
Valenciennes and imitation of tho same,
Table Damask, Bleached and Brown,
Toilet Towels, Doylies, Napkins, Glenroa,
Tablo Covers^ Curtain Damask,
Emb'd Curtain Muslin and Laco do.,
Lineu Shootings and Pillow Casings,
Hoop Skirts, Ladies' Hats, (wholesale,)
Men s Straw, Leghorn and Panama Hats,
Family Colognes and Extracts,
Castile and Toilet Soaps.
Superior and approved makes of
Thread, Needles, Pins, Rucklea, Braids,
Bodkins, Buttons, Emb'd Silk and Braids,
Brushes, Combs, Suspenders, Collars,
Cravats, Shirts, Belts, Beltings, Ribbons,
Toilet Powders and Puffs, Pomades,
Bandoline, Tooth Brushes,
Nail Brushes and Infants' Brushes,
Fancy Skirts-something new,
Yokes for Gowns, 4c, embroidered on
The most attractive style of Laco CoV
ars, with Embroidered Collars, at PRICES
THAT ARE ASTONISHINGLY LOW.
In addition, we offer to merchants a
beautiful line of DOMESTICS-having the
lalo of several well known and popular
nakea ot Brown Gooda. Wo can offer in
ET.. O. JSIJbJLL VTEHFL. 1
April ll_._^ !
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R. & W. C. SWAFFIBLD
Large and Commodious Store recent
ly fitted np for them on Main
Street, next to C. A. Bedell's,
AND ARE OPENING A
Large and Elegant Stock of
THE BEST STOCK OF
BOYS' AND FOUinS' CLOTHING
EVER URO Up HT IV THIS CITY!
OB. ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
HATS IN THE MARKET, 'ail
Call and see for yourselves. April G
HARDWARE AT COST.
^-^T^v THE balanco of (>ur?v?f>4b
^^^^P^will bo sold at COST. **T>>
mr STATE BILLS TAKEN AT PAR. -?a
March 29_E. A G. D. HOPE.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
?>AA KEGS superior quality CUT
axjyj NAILS, in storo and for salo lo->
or cash hy JOHN C. DIAL.
ft "8 ?jqunqoo . . oras fi mdy
'?U98y ?we *Jo?oudojj 'KOJLIOO .? ?v -Jopjo anoi
9A?9f oem f v? 'souiqotjra eq* otmuuxo pu? oanoqoj?^ ojo m>M03 eq} %% TT?o OHTIO[J '
raaoAv am HOM
asnia \naa ornaa aucaan A^VOIJDVUJ aaxsaj. saNmovw nv "?a -suoy*
OBJ? flt joA\od osjoq spxr 'ouop^ojaq qjo? oq) pu? tiuB psjuiua Jteqi arvpomt?ooa? 04
JOOJOAOS oqi .iq pexn 5a|3q peadfl oqj !jvaS JO saoaivq jo pani ?IIB am ambo J tnoqp;?
' ?1*0.-0*01 eqi uodu B* SUIJOAvi) om]) eta?s u\\) ya spnupw o'qj, .joBaapuoQ pu? UJQ
MV^ Ajjn o) A'jjo; ? n.vup qiM pioiuqimiiti JOUJOAOQ -AjojuH pu? poods ap qjiAv 'joMod
?"?Mrpu BBoipuo ('pomqmoo j8u?aio) 'saOTHOVK ONlHSa?IHX ?? J0uu?m'etn?& eq?
oj -BSmppuq inoq JIAV JO qjtA pasn pa? 'aonvju?pi o} aoiwuvpd tnoj; psAOta 6q u?o
qoupu 'Ji&ep jo ^nottiqsqqviBo auuiuiH o^oidmoo ? Sutauoj 'opq?)jod Kioirjao OJ? xr
'oDvdc eniq ?Uq A"dnoDo ' Aoqj, 'JOAod e-sjoq pu? JOJuk 'cavaju 'paiq o} daiLdVO V
?SHwmmsW090NYSNIB M? mum
I siqjL proH ^UOQ
IMPBT?TIOW IS TP LIFE OF TM1"
WE WILL '?OT BE UN0ER~$0LD !
our. MOTTO is
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!
DB A830RTMENT is LAUGH and MOST BEAUTIFUL, consisting of DEY GOODS,
MILL1KEBY aod STRAW GOODS, SHOES, Ac.
FINE LAWNS, at.25 cents per void.
FINE PRINTS,'at.,15 " " * .
VERY FINE BERAGES. at.: .30 !? ?? "
MW It ts oar pleasure to show goods. Call and examine.
S. B. MYERS
Opposite old City Hotel.
Well Fixture ! !
A NEW, SIMPLE and EFFEC'i -
IVE DRIVER Tor raising water
from 'wells. Cheaper and moro
durable than a pump, safer and
better than the old-fashioned
windlass. "None mention it but
to praist it" Moro than 5,000 arc
now in uso in Virginia and North
Carolina, and tho demand is stu!
increasing. A supply of these
superior WELL FIXTURES aro
no>r on hand and for sale low by
J. & T. R. AGNEW.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have Just re?
ceived tho agency of 'the t celebrated
Washington Washing Machines and Pa?
tent Clothes Wriuger*. _ They aro re?
markable for their simplicity and dura?
bility, aud aro decidedly the best article
yet introduced. Price or Machine and
Wringer, complete, $25.
March 21 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
AND MtJST BE
CLOSED OUT ! !
GOOD IRISH LINEN,
40c. per yard.
Good French Lawns, 25c.
" Bleached Shirting, 1 Gc
Ladies' Ilose, good, for 25c.
Gent's " " " 2 JC.
25 doz. LinenLt'dk'fs, 12ic.
20 " Silk H'dk'fs, cheap.
Large lot of Parasols and
Ladies' Silk Umbrellas.
Kentucky Jeans, Cassi
meres. Brown and Blay Li?
JOHN H. HEISS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
C1ANDIES manufactured daily, at a? low
J aa can be laid down hore from the
North, j&j- Corner of Ptain and Marion
streets. Feh 3
LOVERS of THE GOOD THINGS OF
THIS LIFE can havo their wants sup?
plied at tho above-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with the house is in
best order. MEALS served nt short notice.
Private dinner and supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and MEATS
prepared in everv stvle.
Tho best of WltfES, LIQUORS, ALE,
choice SEGARS and TOBACCO on hand.
I9i. FREE LUNCH ovorv day at ll
j'clock. T. M. POLLOCK,"Proprietor.
SARDINES ! SARDINES I !
ONE' THOUSAND boxes Sardines, just
received, and for salo at TWENTY
CENTS per box. .
March 6 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
HAVING resumed the
.above business, I ara pre
-Jparod to execute all kinda
of work in the above line at tho shortest
notice and most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
h.uni. Funerals prouiptlv attended
Au? 80 M." II, BERKY.
A.t Brennan A Carroll's C?rringc Factory.
HAVING opened my of?ce
permanently in Columbia, I
may he found at all hours at
thc rooms over II. C. Ander?
son's store, on Main-street.
Jan5_ I). P. OJtE_GG_.j_
Garden Rakes, Hoes
And Garden Implements.
AFULL supply of GARDEN RAKES,
GARDEN HOES, GARDEN FORKS,
SPADES, SHOVELS, TROWELS, Ac, on
hand and for sale by
March 3 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
.Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Strips.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND lbs. PRIME
SIDES and SHOULDERS.
2,000 lbs. Bacon Strips. For salo low by
March 29 E. A G. D. HOPE.
1f\f\RBLS. FAMILY FLOUR.
\}\J 25 hbls. Western Super. Flour.
Hocker's Self-raising Flour. For sale
low. E. ? G. D. HOPE.
March 2'.) _
Third Supply ol Fresh Seed.
DAVID LANDRETH <C SON.
SILVER SKIN ONION SETTS, Radish,
Green-glaze Cabbage, Turnip Seed,
Peas and Benns. Extra Early Corn, Blue
Stem Collard, new Tomato Seed and other
FISHER A nEINITSH'S
Feb 20 Drug and Seed Store.
Mackerel and Choose.
A f\ KITS NO. 1 MACKEREL, put up
^+v/ expressly for farnilv nbe.
. 40 boxes Choice) CUTTING CHEESE.
Just received and for sale low hy
March? J. St T. R. A'lNEW.
?lf\I\ BBLS. SUPER. FLOUR.
?j\J\) IDO hbls. Extra . "
50 hbls. choice Family ".
20 " Hocker's Self-raising "
On hand and for sale low by
March IC J. A T. R. AGNEW.
A FRESH LOT just received, at whole
Jjjk "alo and on draught.
April 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
I Auotloxi Sales
Auction Bale Government Property.
WILL be sold, at pabilo Ruction, at the
Government Store-house, comer of
Sumter and Green streets,Columbia, 8. C.,
on MONDAY, tho 15th inst., at 10 o'clock
a.: m., the following articles of Quarter?
master's Property and Clothing, Camp and
Garrison Equipage, viz:
1 Horse, 17 Panline,
1 sott Farrier's Toola,
1 Portable Forge,
1 Blacksmith's Hammer, 1 8iedge,
2 sotts Carpenter's Tools,
1 sott Saddler's Tools,
3 Uniform Hats, 3 Cords and Tassels,
22 pairs Bootees, 4 Wool Blankets,
4 Groat Coats, 5 common Tents,
3 Hospital Tents and Flics, 13 Axes.
MW Terms cash, in Government funds.
Property to be removod the day of sale.
8. P. JOCELYN,
2d Lient. Gth U. 8. Infantry,
Acting Assistant Quartermaster.
Offico A. A. Q. M., Columbia, 8. C., April
SjJ&QT._April 6 8
BY virtuo of sundry writs of yirri facias
to mo directed. I will sell, boforo the
Court House, in Colombia, within tho
legal hours of sale, on 'the FIBST MON?
DAY and TUESDAY in May next, the
FOLLOWING PROPERTY, to wit:
A Lot of Land, containing ono acre,
moro or less, and tho buildings thereon,
in tho city of Columbia, known aa the resi?
dence 'of W. B. Bergholz; bounded South
by Daniel Crawford, West by estate of
Charles O'Ncalo, deceased, North by Upper
Street, and East by Assembly street. Le?
vied on as tho property of Wm. R. Bcrg
holz, at tho suit of Peter Amos, the State
of South Carolina and the city of Colum?
bia-the two loiter for taxes va. W. R.
Ono aero of Land, more or less, in the
city of Columbia; bounded Sooth by Tay?
lor street, West by Marion street, North by
tho bornt Christ Church, East by Samuel
Weddell's lot. Levied on as the property
of tho estate of O. M. Roberts, at tho suit
of tho city of Columbia vs. tho estate of
O. M. Roberts for taxes.
One-fourth of an aero, more or less, in
tho city of Columbia; bounded Sooth by
Taylor street, West by Sumter street. North
by Thomas-Davis'lot, East by lot occu?
pied by Henry Skipper. Levied on as the
property of A. G. Goodwin, at tho suit of
tho city of Columbia vs. A. G. Goodwin for
A House and Lot, cont sining one aero,
more or less, in tho city of Columbia;
bounded North by Laurel street, East by
lot of the estate of Charles Beck, South by
lot of tho estate of John Bryce, and West
by Bull Btreet. Levied on as tho property
of tho estate of Wm. C. Freeman, al tho
suit of tho State of South Carolina vs. tho
estato of Wm. C. Freeman for taxes.
Ono Lot of Land, containing one acre,
more or less, in the city of Colombia;
bounded South by Washington street,
West by Sumter street. North by tho Bap?
tist Church, and East by the Female Aca?
demy. Levied on as the property of the
estate 'of Dr. John H. Boatwright, at tho
suit of Ibo S tat o of Sooth Carolina and the
city of Colombia vs. the estate ot Dr. John
H. Boatwright for taxes: -
Four acres of Land in the city of Colom?
bia; bounded North by Lamber Btreet,
East by Gist street. Sooth by Richland
street, and West by Pinckney Btreet. Le?
vied on as the property of Eli Tower, at
the Buit of tho city of Columbia va. Eli
Tower for taxes.
A House and Lot in tho city of Colum?
bia, containing half an acre, more or less,
known as tho residence of the late Joshua
Sowden; bounded North by Gervais B tr cot,
East by Frank Trenholm, Sooth by Riobard
Davis, and Weet by John MuCammon.
Levied on as tho property of Mrs. A. Sow?
den, at tho sait of the city of Columbia vs. .
Mrs. A. Sowden for taxes.
A Hooso and Lot io the city of Colom?
bia, containing one-fourth of an acre, more
or less; bounded North by Blanding street,
East by Wm. Sloane, Sooth by tho Hebrew
Bono volent Society, and West by Joseph*
Taylor. Levied on as the property of John
A. Moore, at tho suit of tho city of Colum?
bia vs. John A. Moore for taxes.
' One Lot, containing one-fourth of an
acre, in tho city of Columbia; hounded East
by Somter street, 52 feet front; Sooth by
Richard Wcarn's lot; West by Estate of
Henry Hont; and North by lot of Estate of
Alexander Eeenan Levied on as tho pro?
perty of tho En tato of E. T. Malone, at th?
snit of tho City of Colombia vs. Estate of
E. T. Malone for taxes.
A Tract of Lan.'., containing 400 acres,
more or less, in Rich land District, four teen
miles below .Colombia; bounded on tho
Sooth and South-west by the Congaree
River; North and North-east by Raiford's
Creek and by lands formorly of the Estate
of John Singleton, deceased". Levied on aa
the property of Stanton & Ware, at the
snit of tho 8tato of South Carolina vs.
Stanton & Ware for taxes.
A Lot of Land, contaiuiug half an acre,
moro or less, in the city of Columbia,
fronting on Richardson street 53 feet;
bounded Sooth by Estate of J. J. Kinder;
WeBt by Assembly street; North by Keat*
ing k Ball; and East by Bicbardson stroet.
Levied on as tho property of Mrs. Frede?
rick Marks and others, at the suit of the
State of South Carolina vs. Mrs. F. Marka
and others for taxes.
A Lot of Laud, in tho city of Columbia,
containing three-fourths of au acre, moro
.or ,0ss; bounded East by Bull street; South
by Taylor street; West by lot of Mrs.
FOWIOB"; and North by Mrs. K. G. Brevard.
Levied on as tho property of'Mrs. 8. W. A.
Logan, at ttio suit of tho State of South
Carolina vs. Mrs. S. W. A. Logan for taxes,
A Lol of Land, in tho city of Columbia,
contaiuiug half an aero, more or loss;
hounded East by Sumter; South by Wash?
ington street; West by John Baasket; and
North by lot formerly owned by H. N. Col?
ler. * Lovied on as tho property of Mrs. M.
Kennedy, at tho snit of tho State of South
Caruliua vs. M. Kennedy for taxes.
A Tract of Land, in Richland District,
containing 100 acres, more or less; hounded
North by Dr. Elias Marks; East by Char?
lotte Railroad; South by B. Weam; and
1 West by thc Rice Creek Apring Road. Lo?
vied on'as tho property of Matilda Fowles,
at tho suit of tho State of South Carolina
vs. Matilda Fowles for taxes.
A Tract of Land, in Richland District, con?
taining 700 acres, more or less, noar Gads?
den; hounded South by lands of Fannie
Adams; West by Daniel Zeiglor; North by
Green K. Williams. Loviod on as tho pro?
perty of W. B. Elkins A Co., and W. B.
Elkins, at the snit of tho 8tatc of South
Carolina for taxes.
Terms Cash. J. E. DENT, 8. R. D.
The remaining defatdting tax-payers will
take notice that, if the State taxes for
1805 are not immediately paid, levy and
sale wijl be made sale-day Jone next.
April 14 t