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f?epr?M/t7 /or th? Columbia Phataix.]
Interesting Oom Enrojic.
BERLE*, April 18.-It is reported
here that Napoleon is strengthening
his forces and militar;- posts on the
frontier, placing artillery on a war
footing, purebasing ambulances and
that tho French reserves of '68 will
be called out on tho first of May. It
is represented thai Prussia also 1B
making active military preparations.
LONDON, April 18,-No further de?
mands huvo neon mode upon .Spain
in the case of tho steamer Tornado,
which still remains unsettled. ,
Imprisonment for debt in Paris is,
Despatches received from Berlin
state that tho speech Of Saug Wil?
liam, on closing Parliament, excites
distrust throughout Germany.
PAMS, April 18.-The Bourse is
dull and . heavy, and Rentes deolined
BERLIN, April 19-Evening.-The
Prussian Government hns sent a
strong-note to Napoleon, asking the. j
reason for the' military preparations'
on Hui part of France. .A Bavarian
agent bas been st?ut by King William
to Vienna,-to seoure theallianco of
the Emperor of Austria. '
LONDON, April 20-Evening.
despatoh from Berlin, this., omening,
says a p?an for tho solution of tho
Luxemburg question was recently,
submitted to Franco and Prussia by
the remoining great powers of Eu?
rope. Napoleon signified his wil?
lingness to accept tho proposition
embraced in this plan; Prussia, how?
ever, has not replied. There is a
growing feeling in tho best informed
circles, this oveniug, that these over?
tures will be successful, and that the
poaco of Europe will not be dis?
? ? ?-?-<- i .
News ld ins.
NEW YORK, April 18.-It hos trans?
pired hero that, the summons to
Messrs. Treuholm <fe Co., to appear
before the Judiciary Impeachment
Committee, is based on an allegation
that $1,000,000 in gold had been paid
to securo the pardon of the blockade
Advices from Matamoras of tho 3d
say tho Liberals have captured Pue?
bla, and Maximilian is offering to
surrender, but his overtures were re?
jected. The Liberals refuse to grant
tho terms demanded by Maximilian.
ATLANTA, April 19.-Tho Southern
Press Convention, after a harmonious
session of. threo days, adjourned sine
die at 1 o'clock, lt meets in Augusta
next year. Speeches wero made by
Judge Whitaker, W. J. Clark, Hon.
Erastus Brooks, Gen. Wright, Hon.
R. J. Moses, Col. Glenn and others,
which wero highly conservative and
Gov. Jenkins arrived from Wash?
ington this morning.
SAVANNAH, April 19.-Two negroes
wore hung at 5 o'clock thir, morning,
in jail, for the murder of Mr. Zec
cinger, in January.
John E. Ames, of Atlanta, Ga., has
been appointed by tho goneral ma?
nagers of the Peabody educational
fund traveling ngont for tho South.
Communications should be addressed
to him at Atlanta. The trustees have
decided for tho present to confine
assistance to the languishing common
schools, or those which cannot be
organized whero needed without aid;
in a fow instances, moderato appor?
tions will bo mado for genuine nor?
mal schools, or for tho encourage?
ment of industrial arts; all aid tem?
porary; no agencies to bo established.
BOSTON, April 19.-Judge Lowell,
of the United States District Court,
has decided that tho Clyde-built
steamer Cyrene, captured in Ashley
River, Charleston, when that city
surrendered, and which was con?
demned as a prize, was a prize to tho
Government, and not to the blockad
ading fleet, as claimed. The Govern?
ment claimed that her capture was as
much the rosult of the army besieg?
ing Charleston os of tho navy.
No stopsl have been taken toward
an international convention, between
Spain, Chili and Peru, which was to
have been held in Washington-tho
two latter powers not yet having met
tho advances of tho Spanish Govern?
ment in that respect. The Spanish
Minister is daily expecting a commu?
nication of willingness of the latter
powers to accede to the arbitration of
tho United States.
Tho ship Golconda, belonging to
tho Liberia Colonization Society, will
sail from Baltimore on the 1st of
May, with a full cargo and twenty
five passengers. She will touch at
Charleston, S. C., where 300 passen?
gers aro engaged to embark.
NEW YORK, April 20.-Thc Ameri?
can Protestant Association celebrated
their 338th anniversary of the sign?
ing of tho protest, nt Cooper Insti?
tute, last night. The chairman made
an introductory address, und con?
cluded with throwing down tho
gauntlet to the Fenians. The meet?
ing was large and the proceedings
NEW ORLEANS, April 20.- There
was another crevasse yesterday, West
of Baton Rouge. Extent of tho da?
mage not reported. Tho greater
part of Louisiana is overflowed, and
thero is much Buffering in conse?
WASHINGTON, April 20.- The regis?
tration of voters in live wards of this
city lins been completed-two moro
wards to be registered. The whole
number, so far, is 10,039, of which
the blacks have 5,200, showing a ma?
jority, so far, of 101 in favor of thc
In the Sonnte, Mr. Sn m ncr offeree!
the folk>-*ing resolution, proposing
the good ofneos of the United States
between the contending partios in
Mexico; ' f
Whereas* the Republic of Mexico,
thongh relieved from the presence of
a foreign en?my by the final with?
drawal of the ?renoh troops, conti?
nues to bo convulsed.by a bloody
civil war, in which the Mexicans are
ranged on opposite sides; and where?
as the United States are bound, by
neighborhood and republican sympa?
thies, to do all in their power for the
welfare of th'e Mexican people, and
this obligation becomes more appa?
rent from the present condition of
affairs, where each party is* embittered
by a protracted conflict; therefore,
Resolved, That it is proper for the
Government of the United States,
acting in tho. interest of humauity
and Christianity, to tender its good
offices, by way of mediation between
the contending parties of the Repub?
lic of Mexico, in order to arrest a
deplorable civil, war and to obtain
the establishment .of a Republican
Government on n foundation of
pence and harmony-..
Mr. Henderson gave notice of "his
intention of offering an amendment
to tho resolution:
Resolved; by the Senate of -the
United States, That in case Maxi?
milian shall, at an early day, soo fil
to abdicate his authority in Mexico,
and shall signify a desire to with?
draw himself and his foreign troop!
from tho country, to the end thnt thc
civil war may bo terminated, thc
United States would be gratified thai
tho President would tender the gooc
offices of our .Government, to.secur?
at its hands a republican governmen
krMexico, and for the native follow
ers of Maximilian such mild am
humauc terms, as characterizes th?
conduct of all civilized wnrfaro.
The resolution and substitute wer
laid on the table and ordered to b
Mr. Colo submitted tho following
wfeioh lies over:
Whereas, a misunderstanding ex
ists between Prussia and France
springing out of the annexation c
the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg, ap
war between these powers is immi
Resolved, That the President of tb
United States be requested to offer it
friendly mediation, to the end thi
tho effusion of blood may be avoidci
The trial of Wm. E. Cleaver, f(
tho murder of Mary Ann Reeves I
brutal violence, which occupied tl
attention of the Criminal Court tl
entire week, waa concluded this af te
noon, by a verdict of mnuslaughter
CHARLESTON, April 20.-Arrived
Steamer Patapsco, Baltimore; M
neka and Moutriou, New York; br
Frederick Swansea and schooner N
poleon, Norfolk; schooner Navil
Cardenas. Sailed-Steamer Sat
gossa, New York; bark Walker, Bc
ton; schooners B. H. Jones and W
lie Lowe, for Northern ports.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 17.-The i
ports of the ogress of Maximili
from Qnoretaro,-without giving bi
tie, aud the rumors of the Libe:
forces being in part defeated, a
suffering for supplies, aro direct
contradicted; the report of a revo!
tion iu San Luis Potosi is also deni<
Letters received from Juarez, to-di
make no mention of any disttu
anees having taken place, or bei
anticipated. Consul Goedfrey 1
received a letter from Gen. Curtin
with reference to tho operations
Quer?taro, dated March 16, wh:
states that tho Liberals made a reo?
noisanco iu force, bringing on an i
gagement, which lasted eight hou
and resulted in driving the Imper
ists from some of their possession
Advices from Lower California g
an account of an attempted revc
tion. It appears that Gaston Y
tors, on tho 1st of April, landed
LaPaz, from Mazatlau, and p.
claimed Navarette a revolution
exile, and said that ho would re
the former place by the next steau
with 200 mon, to re-instate him
as the Governor of the Territc
On the route to LaPaz, Darters
listed a fow of tho adherents of
varette. Ho took San Antonia
surprise, and made prisoners of
officers. From San Antonia, ho v
to La Paz, and attacked tho bous
tho Governor; but ho found bin
surrounded by troops, and his si
baud fled, were pursued and o
taken. Darters was ordered ti
shot on April 9. According to
facts stated, the petty r?volution
contemplated with a view to pinn
and iu tlie event of success, Dai
would have lot tho American Gov
or suffer with tho rest.
PETERSBURG, April 19.-The
publican mass meeting, to-ni
ratified the resolutions of tho Ii
mond convention, which are as
lows: Thc address first recites
wroug- by tho rebels, but
that thone who fought unwilli
ought to bo forgiven. I* then dec
allegiance to tho Republican i
and the following platform: "H
and reward to labor. Homos fo:
homeless who are willing to v
Property and not polls to- bear
burden of taxation. The proper
tho State must educate tho chi!
of tho State; free schools and un
sal education." It threatens
land monopolists of the State
confiscation if they oppress
laborers, attempt to control
votes, or molest tho school tea*
and tho freedmen. The rosolu
thank the Thirty-ninth Congres
its legislation, and pledge the
1 vention to aid in carrying it out i
only meatos o? "early ul minion ?cito j
the Union, and adopts tho principles'
and platform of the National Repub?
lican party.? .They> advocate equal
rights to all; including the right to
hold office. They refuse to support
for office apy man . who does not
openly identify himself with tho Re?
publican party. Both the address
and tho resolutions were adopted
unanimously. A resolution in favor
of confiscation was, after a sharp de?
bate, referred. A resolution endors?
ing President Johnson was hooted.|
COSINE II CI A L< AND FINANCIAL..
and stock brokers assembled on the
street in considerable numberaj .-gold
open ing with sales at 138J..'(^3.iJjt?.
but afterward, fell to 137%@ r3l
noon it was 138. Flour steady.*v
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy and de?
clined lc. ; sales 1,300 bales, at 25.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
dull and declining. Com active and'
advanced lc Rice steady-Carolina
10(7/11. Sugar active and advanced
NBW Yous,.April 20.-Stacks nc-,
tive and lower than ot tho' Opening."
Money 0 per cent. Gold 138J^@
138}'.;. Flour dull and .drooping.
Wheat dull and nominally lower.
Corn quiet and firm. Pork heavy- '
new mess $22.75(a?22.80. Lard quiet
-barrels 12??@13,t?. Cotton dull,
unsettled and nominnl.
.7 P. M:-Cotton steady; sales of I
1,800 bales; at 25e. for uplands.
Flour 5@lQe. lower. Wheat dull?
spring 2(e?3c. lower. Corn geuernlly
firm and less doing-mixed Western
81.30)4; in store 81.33. Pork lower
-new mess $22.50.
CINCINNATI, April 19.-Flour firm
Wheat unchanged. Corn firnier-nnd
advonced l@2c. Provisions un?
changed. . Vi. '" '
NEW ORLEANS, April l?.-^-Sales of
cotton T?t) bales-irregular and lower;
low middlings 241*. .-Kecc?pta?f'tKp
week 9,121'bales,"against 8,405; ex?
ports samo time21,071. Sto?lfr 156,-1
777. Sugar and molasses at ? stand?
still; best sugar nominally 13; prime
13K(a}13 }? : choice 15>?; white fer?
menting molasses 65; prime 78. 'CoXh
steady, email@example.com. Flour quiet
audy firm-^-superfine $18.25; choice'
family 617.75. ' Gats very dull, at 82.
Lard unchanged-13>?(a!l4: Pork j
dull, and nominally $23.60. Gold 39;
sterling 47(^51; New York sight ^j!
NEW ORL?ANS, April 20.-Sales of]
cotton to-day 1,200 bales-unsettled
and low,-at '?3>?@24 Receipts 8G3;
exports 12,664. Sugar and molasses
dull. Flour steady and in good de?
mand, at 13Oats duli, at 80@
821?. Primo lard firm and un?
changed. Pork firmer, at $23.50@.
23.75. Gold 38>f.
CHARLESTON, April 20.-Cotton
flat and irregular-transactions small,
MOBILE, April 19.-Sales cf cotton
to-day 225 bnles-middlings nominal,
at 22jo. Sales of the week 1,375.
Exports 3,766; receipts 2,470; stock
41,775- receipts to-day 467.
MOBILE, April 20.-Sales of cotton
to-day 800 bales, at 22? :.\ market
quiet and steady. Receipts 74 bides.
SAVANNAH, April 19.-Cotton dull,
heavy and declining; small business
middlings 24. Receipts 400.
SAVANNAH, April 20.-Cotton dull
and declining-nominally 24; small
business. Receipts 360.
AUGUSTA, April 20.-Cotton mar?
ket flat and irregular; sales for two
days 56 bales-highest prico 23. Re?
ceipts of two days 70 bales.
LIVERPOOL, April 18.-To-day being
Good Friday, thpre are no markets or
LONDON, April 20-Noon.-Consols
90%; fives 69K ex-dividend. Tho
bullion in the Bank of England has
LIVERFOOL, April 20.-The receipts
of cotton so far this year are ahead
of last jear<-248,000 bales. : :
THIS noted STALLION, import?
ed direct from England l>y thc
_.Alosara. Qiet, maj' bo found at Mr.
Goorgo Davis', (Columbia Raco-courso,) on
thu 13th and 14th in.it., and ovcry ninth
day thereafter. Inaurance for maret) $35.
Ayagarth is a dark brown, nfkeqp hands
high, of Uno bono and action; sired by
Darnton, dam by Inheritor; her dam Gip,
by Juniper, out of Princess ' Jemima '. j
Remembrance; Barnum's dam Martha
Lynn, by Mulatto; her dam Leda, by Felho
da Ruta" Treasure, by Camillas. Inheritor
was winner of tho Livorpool Cup as a three
and six year old. Groom'a fee il.
JOHN JOHNSON, Groom.
April 12 liCtlu'
_ THE BLOODED and TROTTING
flfcjdfc-. STALLION "JOHN MORGAN"
JIR(|stands in Columbia at ?20 the sca
M /I 80n |n advance, or $30 to insure.
Grooms feo 1$.
PEDIOKEE.-John Morgan by "Sailor
Boy," and he hy "Jim Cropper," one ot
"Old Sir Archy's" best .sons. John's dam
a half Morgan mare and halt th >ugh
l)rod, out <?t "Whip" anil "Wooilp ker."
For other information, npplv to A. H.
MONTEITH, at J. G. Gibbes1 "store.
April 9_ Imo
12.000 afci*" 4 6 ".
2,C!)0 lbs. prime SHOULDERS.
lo tierces s. Davis, jr., A Co.'s PURE
3 tierces S. Davis, jr., A Co.'-) DIAMOND
2 tierces S. C. HAMS. With otb? r STA?
PLE GOODS, rcceivod to-day and for sale
hy C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
SARDINES '. SARDINES '. '.
ONE THOUSAND boxes Sardines, jus.
received, and for sale at TWENTY
CENTS per box.
March (J J. & T. R. AGNEW.
' . OF
PRINTS, from 12A to 20 cents.
Bleacbed;Longclo$b, 12?>to 20 couts.
Colored Muslins, 12} to 7.r> cents.
Ladies' Hose, 12Jc. to $1.50.
. Misses' Hose, 25c-something extra.
Pantaloon Goods, (Men's,) 25c. to $4.
" ,c (Boys',) 25c. to $1.
Trunks, from $1.50 to $20.
Swiss Muslin, 23c. to $1.50.
Nainsook Muslin-every ?rade and price.
Jaconet Muslin-a beautiful aud attract?
Corded, Dotted, Embroidered and Tuck?
ed Swiss, 07?. to $2.
Linen Cambric-all prices.
" Lawns- " \*
The finest eoUection of tho follo.wing:
. Bombazines, Alpacas, Crapes,
Challies, Bernges, Shoer Lawns,
Printed Muslins, bilks,
Jaconet, . Swiss and .Nainsook Bauds,
Edgings and Insertions,'
Linen Embroiders! Bands, Edgings and
Heal Lacee, in Honiton Guipure,
Malteso Eng. Thread, ..,
Yaloheionncs and "mitai ion of tho same,'
Table Damask. Bleached and Brown,
Toilet Towels, Doylies, Napkins, Gloves,
Table Covers, Curtain Damask,
Emb'd Curt ain Muslin and Lace do.,
Linen sheetings and Pillow Casings.
Hoop Skirts, Ladies'Hats, (wholesale,)
Men s Straw, Leghorn and Panama Hats,
Family Colognes aud Extraots,
Castile and Toilet Soaps. A . ...
Superior and approved makes of
Thread, Needles, Tine, Buckles, Braids,
Bodkins, Buttons, Emb'd Silk and Braids,
Brushes, Combs, Suspenders, Collars,
Cravats, Shirts, llelts, Beltings, Ribbons,
Toilet Powders and Puffs, 1 -madea,
Bandoline, Tooth Brushes,
Nail Brushes and Infants' Brushes,
Fancy Skirts-something new,
Yokes for Gowns, Ac, embroidered on
Thc most attractive stvle of Laco Col?
lars, with Embroidered Collars, at PRICES
THAT ARE ASTONISHINGLY LOW.
In addition, wo offer to merchants a
beautiful lino of DOMESTICS-having tho
sale of several well known und popular
makes of Brown Goods. Wo can offer in?
ZFL. O- SIIIVSR.
April ll _
lt. & W. C. SWAFFIELD
H. ? UCL O "KT ? CL
1 TO THE
Large and Commodious Store recent?
ly fitted up for them on Main .
,i 8treet, next to C. A. Bedell's,
AND AiiE OPENING A
Large and Elegant Stock of
ASTONISHINGLY; LOW !
? THE BEST fcTOCI OF
BOTS* AND MW 0L0TIH16G
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY!
ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
nATS IN THE MARKET. -&\
j Call and seo for yourselves. April 6
HAYING resumed the
Jabove business, I am pro
parod to execute all kinds
of work in the above lino at the shortest
notice aud most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
hand. Funerals promptly attended. *
Aug 30 M. H, BERRY.
At Brennan A Carroll's Carriage Factory.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
, -1 f\ KEGS choice GOSHEN RUTTER..
Wt 5uu lbs. fresh COUNTRY "
.10 boxes CUTTING CHEESE.
10 " English Dairv CHEESE. In store
and for salo low. E. Si G. D. HOPE.
j FLOUR, FLOUR!
1 OAA BBLS. SUPER. FLOUR.
fiUU 100 bids. Extra
50 bbls. choice Familv "
20 " Hocker's Self-raising "
On hand and for salo low by
March Ki_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
ONE THOUSAND gallons choice- CUBA
200 gallons New Orl ?ana SYRUP. For
sale low. E. .V Ci. D. HOPE.
Gibson's Patent Cultivator Plows.
JUST received, a sup?
ply or those SUPERIOR
vantage from using which
?is FIFTY PER CENT, in
horses and hands. For sale by the agents,
March 3 J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
-,m**.A> .m ?>
MILLS .HOUSE ,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL ha? boon thoroughly repair?
ed; refitted and refurnished, and ia
now ready for tho accommodation of the
traveling public, whoso patronage ls re?
Tho proprietor promises to do all in bis
power, for tho comfort of his guests.
March 21 JOSEPH P?RCELL, Prop'r.
Livery and Sale Stables,
^ . CHALMERS STREET,
Charleston, H.- C. DIE- c*&mjL,
JfW|GEN A BAKER, Fro-.?@3[??&
M tl prietora. Saddlo Horses, Car?
riages, Phaetons and Buggies to biro, at all
hours. Mules and Horses for sale.
. Charleston Hotel,
CHA li LE ST ON, S. C.
COACHE8 always in readiness to convey
passengers to and from tho Hotel.
Feb 20 WHITE A MIXER, Proprietors.
New York Advertisements.
New York Hotel,
NEW YORK CITY.
TUE subscribers, successors to H. Cran?
ston, Esq., and Cranston lt Hildrcth, in the
proprietorship of this well-known
PQPl'IiAlt II OTK L,
Wiall to assure their friends and the public
generally, that they ?Indi spare no pains
nor expense in their endeavors to maintain
ito reputation so Well merited under its
former proprietor.-, sj ono of
THE FIRST OF FIRST-CLASS HOTELS.
D. M. HILDRETH & CO.
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE, BROS. & XJO.,
NV. 16 WALL STREET. NEW YORK.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
bankers, merell ant a and others. Or?
ders in (?old. Government and other Secu?
rities executed at tho regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of thc firm. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited. April 8
DF.WITT C. LAWIIENCE. .ToifN R. CECIL.
CTUUS J. LAWRENCE._ WM. A. HALSTIU
DEMAND J. W. Bradley's celebrated
DUFLEX ELLIPTIC or DOUBLE
SPRING SKIRTS. They will not beud or
broak like the Single Springs, but will
. preservo their perfect and beautiful shape,
wbero tbree or four ordinary skirts have
been thrown aside as useless. They-aro
the most elastic, flexible and durable
Skirts manufactured. They combino com?
fort, durability and oconomy, with that
elegance of shape which has mado thc
"Duplex Elliptic'' the Standard Skirts of
thc fashionable world. This popular Skirt
is universally recommended by the fashion?
able magazines and opinions of the press
At wholesale by thu exclusive manufac?
turers and sole owners of the patent,
- WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
Wareroonis and Onice 97 Chambers
And 79 and 81 Reade ats., Now York.
AI90, at wholesale bv the loading jobbers.
For ?ale in Columbia "bv C. F. JACKSON
and SHIVER A BECKHAM. Jan 23 3mo*
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
j "ITIOR the salo of COTTON, COTTON
JD YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
Ac., and for tho purchase of Merchandize
genorally, 6G Pearl Street, Neio York. J
Consignments to us from every point in
the South fully protected by insurance as
soon as shipped. Julv 14 ly
J. E. STENHOUSE. ALLAN MACAULAY.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
NOS. 28, 30 and 3'_' Centre street, (corner
of Reade ?itlett,) New York. The type
ou which this paper is printed is from the
above Foundry. . Nov 18
The State of South Carolina-Rich?
Samuel Fair M. EdwardKeatinge-Atlaclf
IX COMMON PLEAS.
WHEREAS, the plaintiff did, on tho
twontietii day of October, I860, file
his declaration against tho defendant,
(who, as is said, ' is absent from and with?
out the limits of this State, and has neither
wife nor attorney known within the ?ame,
upon whom ft copy of the said declaration
might be served:
On motion of Fielding & Pope, the plain?
tiff's attorneys, it is ordered, that tho said
defendant do appear and plead to the
said declaration, on or before the twenty
first dav of October, which w ill be in the
year of our Lord 1H67; otherwise final and
absolute judgment will then be given and
awarded against him.
D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Ci.F.itK's OFFICE, Richland District, Octo?
ber in, \*M. Oct 21 qi
" ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
PERSONS indebted lo tho estate of tho
late G. R. STARLING, will mako pay?
ment of the same to the subscriber; per?
sons having demands against the estate.
: will hand them in as soon as possible, pro?
perly attested. . JAMES G. GIRBES,
i April 10 timo Administrator.
ON MONDAY,' tho 32d instant, I will
Boll, at tho residence of tho late O. R.
Starling, tho pcrsopal property, belonging
'.o aaia OBtato, consisting of Household
furniture, Horse, Cowe, Wagons, Ac.
April 5 etd7 J. O. GIBBES, Adni'r.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias
to mo directed, ? wilf sell, before the
Court Houso, in Columbia, within tho
legal hours of Balo, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY and TUESDAY in Mav next, tho
FOLLOWING PROPERTY, to*wit:
A Lot of Laud, containing one acre,
moro or lesa, and tho buildings thereon,
in thc city of Columbia, known as thc rcBi
ilenco 'of W. R.jBorgholz; bounded South
by Daniel Crawford, Weet hy estate of
Charles O'Nealo, deceasod, North by Uppor
Street, aad East by Assembly street. Le?
vied on as the proporty of Wm. B. Berg
holz, at tho auit of Poter AmbB, tho State
of Sonth Carolina and the city of Colum?
bia-the two latter for taxes vs. W. B.
A Lot of Land, in tho city of Columbia,
containing half an acre, moro or less;
bounded on tho West by Samuel Waddell'*
lot, North by Mrs. K. G. Brovard's lot.
East hy Mrs. S. W. A. Logan's lot, and
South by Taylor street. Levied on as tho
property of Mrs. Matilda Fowles, at tho
tmit of tho Htato of South Carolina vs.
Mrs. Matilda Fowles.
One aero or Land, moro or less, in the
city of Columbia; bounded South by Tay?
lor street, West hy Marlon street, North bv
tho burnt Christ Church, Enct hy Samuel
Waddell's lot. Levied on as tho property
of tho estate of O. M. Boberts, at tho suit
of tho city of Columbia va. the estato of
O. M. Roberts for taxes.
A House and Lot, containing ono acre,
moro or less, in the city of Columbia;
bounded North by Laurel "stieet, East by
lot of tho estato of Charles Beck, South by
lot of the estate of John Dryce, and West
by Bull street. Levied on as thc property
of thc estate of Wm. C. Frecmau, at the
suit of the State of South Carolina vs. thc
estate of Wm. C. Freeman for taxes.
Ono Lot of Land, containing one acre,
moro or lets, iu the city of Columbia;
hounded South by Washington etrcet,
WcBt by Sumter street, North by the Bap?
tist Church, and East hy tho Fcmalo Aca-.
demy. Levied on as tho property of the
estato of Dr. John H. Boatwnght, at thc
suit of thc State of South Carolina and thc
city of Columbia vs. tho estate ot Dr. John
H.Boatwright for taxes.
. Four acres of Land bi tho city of Colum?
bia; hounded North by Lumber street.
East by Gist street, South by Richland
Btreet, and West by l'inokney street. Le?
vied on? as the property of Eli Tower, at
the suit of tho city of Columbia vs. Eh
Tower for taxes.
A Houso ahd Lot in the city of Colum?
bia, containing half am acre, more or lesa,
known as thu residence of tho late Joshua
Sowden; bounded North by Gervais street.
East by Frank Trenholm, South by Richart!
Davis, and West by John McCain m on.
Levied on as tho property of Mrs. A. Sow?
den, at tho suit of the city of Columbia vs.
Mrs. A- Sowdon tor taxes.
A Houso aud Lot in tho city of Colum?
bia, containing one-fourth of an acre, more
or less; hounded North by Blanding street,
East bj- Wm. Sloane, South by thc Hebrew
Benevolent Society, and West by Joseph
Taylor. Levied ou as tho property of John
A. Moore, at tho suit of the city of Colum?
bia vs. John A. Moore for taxes.
One Lot, containing one-fourth of an
acre, in the city of Columbia; bomided Ea?t
by Sumter street, 52 feet front; South by
1 licha rd Wearn's lot; West hy Estate of
Henry Bunt; and North by lot of Estate of
Alexander Keenan. Levied on as tho pro?
perty of the Efctato of E. T. Malone, at the
suitof the Citv of Columbia vs. Estate of
E. T. Malone for taxes.
A Tract of Land, containing 400 acres,
more or less, in Richland District, fourteen
miles below Colombia; bounded on tho
South and South-west by the Congaree
Diver; North and North-east by Raifdrd'a
Creek and by lands formerly of the Estate
of John Singleton, deceased". Levied on as
the property of Stanton & Ware, at the
suit of thc* Stato of South Carolina vs.
Stanton A Ware for taxes.
A Lot of Land, in tho city of Columbia,
containing three-fourths of an acre, more
or less; boundod Eaat by Bull street; South
by Taylor street; West by lot of Mrs.
Fowles; andT?orth by Mrs. K. G.Brovard.
Levied on as the property of'Mrs. S. W. A.
Logan, at the amt of tho State of South
Carolina vs. Mrs. S. W. A. Logan for taxes.
A Lot of Land, in the city of Columbia,
containing half an acre, more or less;
bounded East bv 8umtcr; South by Wash?
ington street; Weet by John Bauskot; and
North by lot formerly owned by Henry Mul?
ler. Levied on as tho property of Mrs. M.
Kcnnerly, at tho suit of the State of South
Carolina vs. M. Konnerly for taxoB.
. A Tract of Land, in Richland Dist rict, con
taining 700 acres, more or less, near Gads?
den; bounded South by lands of Fannie
AdaniB; West by Daniel Zoigler; North by
J. U. Adams; and East bj- Greon K. Wil?
liams. Levied on as tho propertj- of W. B.
Elkins A Co., and W. B. Elkins, at tho, suit
of thc Stato of South Carolina for taxes.
Terms Cash. J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
Tho remaining defaulting tax-payers will
take notico that, if tho State taxes for
1H()5 arc not immediately paid, levy and
salo will bc made sale-day Juno next.
April 14 ' t
HAYING opened my office
permanently in Columbia, 1
may ho found at all hours P.:
tho rooms (?vcr R. c. Ander?
son's store, on Main street.
Jan5 1). P. GREGG.
WATCHES ANO CLOCKS I
THE undersigned isla ^^-^
ci ipi of a .-tock of mswE9H8a
Land fashionable JEWELRY, etc.
..?ofTTl ?md ornamental -which he offers for
Bale at fair prices. An examination of hi
BssortiiH iit of goods ia solicited.
REPAIRING of all kinds cf CLOCKS.
WATCHES and JEWELRY promptly at?
HAIR WORK goth ii up in the best man
it r and in various styles.
April 7 At J. Sulzbaoher A Co.'s.