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[Str^ress?j/ /or I?C Columbia Phonix.~]
Interesting from Europe.
PARIS, April '23.- it is (steted on
very good authority that Napoleon is
endeavoring to purchase arms in the
United States. Tho chanoes appa-*
rently are favorable.
On the Luxemburg question, it is
stated that Prussia, disapproves of
tho compromiso proposed by tho
Gladstone is much censured by tho.
members of the Liberal party and
tho friends of the Liberal oause, for
what they term his mismanagement
of tho roform movement;
LONDON, April 22-Eveniug.
Pence botween Prance aud Prussia is
almost despaired of. The Prussians
aro quietly arming, and preparing
for ?he expected shock of arms. Tho
warlike aspect of things causad con?
siderable alarm On tho London stock
exchange, and a financial panic is
talked of. ,
ST*. LOUIS, April 23.-Hancock's
Iudiau expedition had reached Fort
Loane. Tho Cheyenne Indians made
professions of peace, but during the
night abandoned their wigwams.
Gen. Custar was sent in pursuit.
DENVER, Colorado, April 22.
Lookout Station, 275 miles East of this
place, on tho Smoky Hill route, was
destroyed by tho Cheyenne Indians,
on Monday last. Three employees
of tho United States Express Compa?
ny were killed and scalped.
CHARLESTON*) April 23.-Arrived
Prussian barque Depeche, LWerpool
steamer Faloon, Baltimoro. Sailed
schooners Mary Ella and D. V.
Streaker, for Northern ports,
MOBILE, April 23.-Mrs. Van Hagan,
wife of a merchant of this city, wai
poisoned through the mistake of ai
apothecary, and died instantly afte:
taking a prescription with Prussii
acid as an ingredient, instead of tar
WASHINGTON, April 23.-Gillern, o
Mississippi, and Scott, of South Ca
rolina, Bureau functionaries, repor
cheerfully for March. The planter
aro encouraging schools. It is com
plained that it is impossible to im
press tho negro with the sanctity c
Surratt's case was brought up tc
day. His counsel is urging an in
mediate trial, but the prosecutio
It is estimated that tho loss to th
United States of internal revenue, o
account of tho destruction of iii:
year's crop of cotton, sugar and ,a<
lasses, in the State of Lonisiana, b
tho overflow, is between eight an
ten million dollars.
Over 200,000 North Carolina sho
have been shipped to the Norther
markets, via the Albemarle and Ohes:
peak canal, during the present fishii
ST. LOUIS, April 23.-The late
Platte River accounts say the flood
subsiding, and no further damage I
tho Pacific Railroad is appr?hende^
Tho Indians stole 120 mules of
Government train, near" Fort M:
BUFFALO, April 23.-The funeral
Bishop Simon was an imposii
affair. Bishop Kendrick, of 5
Louis, preached the funeral sermo
DETROIT, April 23.-Tho propell
Montgomery, the first boat from La
Michigan, arrived to-day.
MILWAUKEE, April 23.-Tho stra
are open, and the first boat has ji
TOLEDO, OHIO, April 21.-The 0
ver House and livery stables, wi
twenty-four horses, wero burned I
night. Loss $124,000. .
A part of tho city of St. Pai
Minnesota, is submerged by t
AUGUSTA, April 23.-A tragedy .<
curred at the race-course, near t'
city, last night. Jerry Reid anc
man named Meister had an alter
tion. Reid fired at Meister, shoot i
W. Meintzer, who interposed to p
vent a difficulty. A brother of Mei
zer's shot Reid. Both parties
dead. The affair is much regret
by tho community.
RICHMOND, April 23.-Six won
and one mau-all colored-w
drowned by the upsetting of a b
yesterday, -in James River, n
To day, a negro insisted on rid
in tho street cars, and when tho c
ductor put him off, several bund
negroes gathered and insisted t
tho man should ride. A strong fe
of police carno up, and tho man
arrested. There was much exciton*
during the time.
-I Cid BBLS. FAMILY FLOUR.
JLUV/ 25 l-l)!*. Western Super. Floui
Hocker's Self-raising Flour. Fol?
low, F.. .t o. i), nor
Notice to Creditors of the Col
Planter's Loan Association of
Fifth Congressional District.
UN ia x i us TH i a T- -1 x E<? u i T .
Samuel Morgan anil other.- VB. Williai
Keenan and others.-Hill tor Acct
ON motion of ]j"l)0 ft Carlisle, C
plailiailtB1 Solicitors, it is onie] ol
tho creditors and hill-holders of tho Ci
Planter's Loan Association of the ]
Congressional District of South Caro
who desire to come in and take pai
this.proccoding, do appear and lifo
demands, on or before tho :ilst day of
next. WILLIAM MUNRO
Conini'r in Equity Union Distrl
8BBLS., just received, in fine ordoi
April 21 JOHN C. SEEGERS & <
COMMERCIAL. AND FINANCIAL.
NEW YoB^T^?pr? 23--?^JOSL
Stocks active. Money 6. Gold 38>?.
Flpnr market dull; common grades
5@,10c. lower. Wheat dull and de?
clining. Corn quiet and very firm.
Pork firmer-new meas $22.95@$23.
Lard steady, at 12%@13 V?. Cotton
quiet, at 23c. for middling uplands.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady, without
decided chango; sales 1,900 bales, at
25. Flour oasier-^Stato $10.13;
Southern dull and drooping; mixed
to good email@example.com; fancy extra
$13.30. Corn active, and advanced
2c. Mess pork in better feeling, at
$firstname.lastname@example.org)?. . Sugar active, and
firmer-Muscovado 10(a;12. Spirits
turpentine 75(?,7G. Stocks improving.
Money* working easy, at G per cent.
BALTIMORE, April 23.-Flour and
wheat dull and unchanged. Corn ac-'
live, with salos of 10,000 bushejs
white $1.18; mixed lots $1.20(? 1.21;
salo of 7,000 bushels yellow, at $1.17.
and lots at $1.25(^1.20. Cotton
nominal and unchanged-middling !
25. Whiskey dull, at 30. Provisions
unchanged. Mess 'pork $21; prime
mess $22. *
CINCINNATI, April 23. -Flour firmer
and unchanged. AYheat unchanged,
with small business. Corn firm, and
in good demand-mixed 88; receipts
liberal. Whiskey dull, at 20. Mess
pork in good demand, at $22.50.
Bulk meats firmer-shoulders 8; sides
10. Bacon quiet-shoulders 9; sides
11. Lard 12,? .?.
CHARLESTON, April 23.-Cotton is
irregular, with a declining tendency;!
sales 227 bales-middling 23.1.;; re-1
ceipts 210 bales.
SAVANNAH, April 23.-Cotton dull;
sales of 127 bales-middlings 23(?
23,../; good grades scarce. Receipts
AUGUSTA, April 23.-Cottou dull,
with salos of 150 bales-middlings 22.
Receipts 780 bales.
MOBILE, April 1 23.-Sales of cot?
ton, to-day, 1,300 bales; market firm,
at?2}.i. Receipts 77.
NEW ORLEANS, April 23.-Sales of
cottou 2,850 bales; prices easier
low middling 22??; exports of the
four days 4,440 bales, against 4,847
same time last week. Flour dull-- !
superfine 13,V?. Corn scarce, and ad?
vanced 5@6-white $1.40. Pork dull;
mess $23.25(Sl27. Bacon-shoulders
9?/; ribbed 11%; clear 12?(. Gold
3S.i?. -Sterling t8}.i(?:5V,<.
LIVERPOOL, April 22-Morning.- j
Cotton , declined Vd. Sales 8,000
bides-middling upland 10?.(@lld:
MORE of tho above .popular book, bv
Mias Evan?, just received-?2; and
other new booka, at DUFFIE & CHAP?
MAN'S Rookatoro._April 14
Liquors? Cigars, &c.
JUST TO HAND,
Favorito branda YVkiakica,
Holland Gin, Cognac Brandy,
Brandied Peache8, Chcrrica, Apricots,
Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, fte., Ac, at
April ll_GEO. SYMMERS'.
New Book? !
AN assortment of NEW PUBLICA?
TIONS, jnat received by laat Ht earner.
For aalo at McCARTER'S Bookatoro,
Opposito Lawyer's Range.
April 5 R. L. BR*AN.
Schweizer Cheese, Dutch Herrings.
ALARGE SWISS CHEESE, 250 pounds.
Real DUTCH HERRINGS^ At
April 10 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
FRUIT! FRUIT ! !
Q6) BUSHELS Peeled Apples, low" for
April 14 JOHN C. SEEGER8 A CO.
FIFTEEN.HUNDRED lbs. PRIME N. C.
BUCKWHEAT, at ?4 per 100 Iba.
RICHARD O'NEALE A SON.
April 10_. wf
WANTED, 100 buahela POTATO
SLIPS. Tho higheat market price
will bo puid. E. A G. D. HOPE.
THE undersigned is agent for tho above
IMPROVED CULTIVATOR, which ho
off?ra for salo at reaaonablo pricea. Ita
points of superiority are: It ia tho eaaieat
plow to guido in crooked row?, and to turn
at tho end of thc row. It will plow several
hills nearer than any other to the end 6f
the row. It is the only plow which will
operato in hard-beaten ground.
April fl _?V3Jl0kTON._
Prunes, Raisins, Currants.
FRESH PRUNES, RAISINS, CUR?
RANTS and CITRON. Just received
and for Kale low bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
ALE AND PORTER.
ONE HUNDRED doz. EDINBURG ALE,
at $2.50 per dozen.
50 doz. LONDON PORTER, at ?3.C0 per
dozen. Quality very superior, and for sale
in quantities to suit purchasers.
April fi_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
MIDNIGHT RAIDERS !
BEWARE of theso midnight marauders
and disturbers of ''nature's sweet re?
storer, balmv sleop." Get a bottle of the
infallible "BED BUG DESTROYER." NOW
is thc time to get rid ot' them, and secure
peace ann comfort. For sale by
FISHER A QEINITSH,
April 1 Druggists.
SARATOGA WATER !
JUST received fresh from the Sining-.
For sale by
FISHER & UEINITSH,
2,000 lbs. primo SHOULDERS.
10 tierces S. Davis, jr,, & Co.'s PURE
8 tierces S. Davis, jr., & Co.'s DIAMOND
2 ?creen S. C. HAMS. With other STA?
PLE GOODS, received to-dav and for salo
, hy C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
1 March 23
IS NOW OPEN for the season, for the
salo of leo CroauiB, Sherbets. Water
Ices, Ac., ?.Vc. Plain street, below tho Cen?
tral Hotel._April 17 Imo
vim AI PUK '
C. F. JACKSON
INVITES tho attention of tho ladies to
his FINE ASSORTMENT of VEILS, con
CRAPE anti LOVE VEILS,
DOTTED SILK VEILS, . i
Veil Borage and Tissue-all colors,
, V '
White ami Black Dotted Lace, for Veils.
To the Ladies.
MRS, C. E BEEB
HAS just returned with a
fresh and. superior stock of
French, English and Ameri?
can MILLINERY, in all varie?
ties. Also, LADIES' WEARS;
superior Silk Coverings, at all
prices; Hair Braids, Coils,
Waterfalls, Curls, Netts, .?ce;
all of winch will bo sold VERY
DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DL
SPATCH._April 17 3mo
Washine: Done Easy !
CLOTHES WASHER AXD RINSER!
A New Principle Adapted to the
IS not attached to any cumbrous tub or
box, but can be applied to any tub.
Wlieu folded, c?n be readily carried iu thc
hand. Weighs but a few pounds. Por- .
focWy simple in its make and modo of nee.
Its uso is easily acquired by any washer?
woman. Warranted to wear for three
. years, and can be repaired bv any one. Is
"adapted tp tho means of all. OW Pilco
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS.
SOME OF ITS ADVANTAGES.
This simple and useful machine obviates
the necessity of rubbing tho clothes by
hand. Cloanses tho fabric by harmless
pressure, not by destructive friction, as with
tho common wash-board. Labor, time
and fatigue arc saved in the uso of this
machine. With it, washing is quickly
done, with a groat saving.of soap. It will
not shrink Hannels. Will wash the finest
laces without injury. A dozen articles may
bc washed at a time. Will effectually wash
tho heaviest bcd clothes. It is equally
used for rinsing astor washing. With snf
fl clout clothes on the board, it makes no
noise whilst in usc. Is tho most simple,
practical and reliable machine for washing
perfectly clean, without hand-rubbing,
now in use. With it, a washerwoman can
make threo times as much weekly as by the
common method. By tho uso of one, a
family can savo its price in a few washings.
It promotes health and economy, and is
woman's best friend. No family should bo
without ono a single day.
Tho subscriber takes pleasure in stating
?hut he has submitted tho machines to thc
test of several famiUcs of tho city before
bringing them to tho notice of the public.
Ia every instance, gratifying testimonials
have been received of their merits.
District Rights for the State for sale.
Machines alwavs on hand, receiving and
for saie hy JOEL KETCH UM, Jn.,
' April 17 12 Stonhouse's Buildings.
THIS noted STALLION, import
rjFjiv ed direct from England by tho
r < 1J Messrs. Gist, may bo found at Mr.
a;orgo Davis', (Columbia Race-courso,) on
o 13th and 14th inst., and every ninth
day thereafter. Insurance for marcs $35.
Aysgarth is a dark brown, fifteen hands
high, of fine bone and action; sired by
Barnton, dam by Inheritor; her dam Gin,
by Juniper, out of Princess Jemima by
Remembrance; Barnton's dam Martha
Lynn, by Mulatto; her dam Leda, by Fclho
da Ruta Treasure, by Camillus. Inheritor
was winner of the Liverpool Cup as a three
and six vear old. Groom's fee $1.
JOHN JOHNSON, Groom.
April 12__^_ HOtlO*
_ THE BLOODED and TROTTING
STALLION "JOHN MORGAN"
JipVaatanda in Columbia at $20 tho sea
M ?1 ^pii in advance, or $30 to insure.
Grooms feo 1$.
PEDianEE.-John Morgan bj* "Sailor
Boy," and he by "Jim Cropper," one of
"Old Sir Archy's" best sons. John's dam
a half Morgan mare anti half thorough?
bred, out ot "V>hip" and "Woodpecker."
For other information, apply to A. H.
MONTEITH, at J. G. Gibbes' ?torc.
I April 0_Imo
THiTsECRET SENTINEL !
ASPEAKING WATCHMAN! Never
eats, drinks or sleeps. Can bc seen at
tho COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE.
(OT Visitors aro requested not to call
after dark. March 13
Agricultural and Horticultural Im
f p lenients,
Ai the Sinn of the Golden Pad-Lock.
ALARGE SUPPLY of the above, con?
sisting inpart of PLOWS, HARROWS,
FAN MILLS, tillAIN CRADLES, Scythes,
1 Straw Cutters, Corn Sheik rs.
j Pruning Saws and Knives, Ladies' Gar?
den Tools, in setts and pairs; Transplant?
ing Trowe ls and Forks, Spades, Spading
Forks, Rala s, Hoes. Lin"*, .Ve. In store
and for sale LOW for CASH by
April 5_JOHN C. DI A L.
A FRESH LOT just received, at whole
JA. sale and on draught.
April 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS ft CO.
JOHN H. HEISE,
WHOLESALE ii ND DETAIL! .
Cl AN DI ES manufactured daily, at as low
J as can ho laid down here from the
North. OW Corner of Plain and Marion
streets. Feb 8
PRINTS, from 12J to 20 cents. .
Bleached Longcloth, 12\ to 20 cents.
Colored Muslins, 12h to 73 cents.
Ladies' Hose, 12)c. to ?1.50. *
Misses' Hose, 23c-something extra.
Pantaloon Goods, (Meu's,) 23c. to $1.
" (Boya',) 23c. to SI.
Trunks, from SI.50 to $20.
Swiss MuslinfiSc to ?1.50. *
Nainsook Muslin-every grade and price.
Jacouet Muslin-a beautiful and attract?
Corded, Potted, Embroidered and Tuck?
ed Swiss, 37c. to $2.
Linen Cambric-all prices.
" -Lawns- " *?
Tho tipcat collection o? thc following:
Bombazines, Alpacas, Crapes,
Challica, Borages. Sheer Lawns,
.Printed Muslins, Silks,
Jaconot, Swiss and Nainsook Bands,
Edgings and Insertions,
Linen Embroidered Bands, Edgings and
ileal Laces, in Honiton Guipure,
Maltese Eug. Thread,
Valenciennes and imitation of tho same,
Tablo Damask, Bleached and Brown,
Toilet Towels, Doylica, Napkins, Gloves,
Tablo Covers, Curtain Damask,
Emb'd Curtain Muslin and Laco'do.,
Linen Sheetings and Pillow Casings,
Hoon Skirts, Ladies' Hats, (wholesale,)
Men s Straw, Leghorn and Panama Hats,
Family Colognes and Extracts,
Castile and Toilot Soaps.
Superior and approved makes of
Thread, Nccdloa, Pins, Buckles, Braids,
Bodkins, Buttona, Emb'd Silk and Braids,
Brushes, Comba, Suspender?, Collars,
Cravats, Shirts, Belts, Beltings, Pibbonu,
Toilet Powders and Putta, Pomades,
Bandoline, Tooth Bruahc8,
Nail Brushes and Infants' Brushes,
Fancy Skirts-something new,
Yokes for Gowns, Ac, embroidered on
The moat attractive Btyle of Lace Col?
lars, with Embroidered Collars, at PRICES
THAT ARE ASTONISHINGLY LOW.
In addition, wc offer to merchants a
beautiful lino of DOMESTICS-having tho
salo of several well known and popular
makes of Brown Gooda. ^Yc can offer in?
R. & W. C. SWAFFILD
Large and Commodious Store recent-1
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 VOl'THS' CLOTHING
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY.'
HQ. ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
nATS IN THE MARKET, -?o
Call aird seo for yourselves. April 6
WATCHES ANO CLOCKS ?
THE undersigned is in ~^7>^m.
receipt of a .stock of nowC^P^iB0
^??iul fashionable' JEWELRY, etc
useful and ornamental-which ho offers for
aalo at fair prices. An examination of his
av-jortment of goods ia solicited.
REPAIRING of all 1 iuds of CLOCKS,
WATCHES and JEWELRY promptly at?
HAIR WORK gotten up in the beat man?
ner and in various styles.
April 7 At J. Sulzbachor A Co.'s.
OAA BEES. SUPER. FLOUR.
?l/U 100 bbls. Extra ??
50 bbls. choice Family "
20 " Hocker's Self-raising "
On hand and for sale low by
March IC_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
1 f\KEGS choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
IX) 500 lbs. fresh COUNTRY "
40 boxes CUTTING CHEESE.
10 " English Dairy CHEESE. In atoro
and for sale low. E. A G. D. HOPE.
. CHARLESTON, S. C.
MTHIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL haw been thoroughly repair?
ed, refitted and refurnished, and is
now ready for tho accommodation of the
traveling" public, whoso patronage is re?
Tho proprietor promises to do all in his
power for tho comfort of his guests.
March 21 JQ8EPH PURCELL, Prop'r.
Livery and Sale Stables,
? CHALMERS STREET, .
<MMttrvCharleston, S. C. DIE-rvfpj? w,
flWlGEN A BARER, PrO-J?S^EE
?M ?I pr'etors. Saddle Horses, Car?
riages, Pbietona and Buggies to hire, at all
hours. Mules and Horses for sale.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
COACHES 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.
THE subscribers, successors to H. Cran?
ston, Esq., and Cranston ft Hildreth, in tho
proprietorship of this well-known
Wish to assure their friends and thc public
generally, that they shall spare no pains
nor expense in their endeavors to maintain
its reputation so well merited under its
former proprietors, as one of
THE FIRST OF FIRST-CLASS HOTELS.
D. M. HILDRETH & CO.
April 7 3mo
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES!
Bought and sold on commission bv
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.,
NO. 10 WALL STREET. NEW YORE.
MONEY received on deposit from banks,
hankers, merchants and others. Or?
ders in Gold, Government and other Secu-'
ritiea executed at tho regular Stock Ex?
change by a member of tho linn. Consign?
ments of Cotton solicited. April 8
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CrntTs J. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTKP
STENHOUSE & MACAULAY,
T^OR the salo of COTTON, COTTON
X? YARNS, SHEETINGS, Naval Stores,
fte.., and for tho purchase of Merchandize
generally, 66 Pearl Street, New York.
Consignments to us from every point in
the South fully protected by insurance as
soon as shipped. Julv 14 ly
"L_E. STENHOUSE. ALLAN MACAULAY. ?
~ JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE fOOSDlT
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
NOS. 28, 30 and 32 Contrej?trcet,(corner
of Reade street, ) Now York. The type
ou which this paper is printed is from the
abovo Foundry. Nov 18
COOPER'S DOUBLE ACTION
Patent Revolver ! S
DO YOU WANT ONE?
IHAVE just received tho Stat? agencv
for COOPER'S DOUBLE ACTION PA
! TENT REVOLVER-NINE DIFFERENT
SIZES. It is cocked with equal facility by
the hammer or trigger, and combines se?
curity from accidents and celerity of firo.
Tho Pistol is similar in tinislr and calibre
Wholesalo dealers will fiud it to their ad
vantago to purchase these in preference to
any other Pistol.
Call at tho office of the Cotton Gin Ware?
house and seo for yourselves.
Mardi,7 6nio ' A. R. COLTON.
LOVERS of THE GOOD THINGS OF
THIS LIFE can have their wants sup?
plied at the above-named RESTAURANT.
Everything connected with the house is in
bust order. MEALS served at short notice.
Private dinner and supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and MEATS
prepared in every stvle.
Tho best of WINES. LIQUORS, ALF,
choice SEGARS and TOBACCO on hand.
fife. FREE LUNCH every dav at ll
o'clock. T. M. POLLOCH, Proprietor.
CORN AND OATS.
mWO THOUSAND bushels primo White
_L and Yellow CORN.
."jl'O bushels Feeding Oats. For salo hy
' Mareil 29 _E. ft G. D HOPE. _
Mackerel and Cheese.
JA KITS NO. 1 MACKEREL, put up
-?-\J expressiv for family uso.
' 10 boxes choice CUTTING CHEESE.
JuAt received and for sale low bv
_ March 7_J. ft T. R. AON EW.
Gibson's Patent Cultivator Plows.
_ J?ST received, a Blip
ply of these SUPERIOR
^atry--- -.-glMPLEMr.NTS the ad
tfr?jfmmeBSJtt? vantage from using which
dQSSSESEBfcis FIFTY PEI) CENT, in
horses and bauds. For sale bv the agents,
March 3 J. ft T. li". AGNEW.
SARDINES! SARDINES ! !
ONT'. THOUSAND boxes Sardines, just
received, and for sale nt TWENTY
CENTS per box.
Mandi 0 T, ft T. R. AGNEW.
IOU SALE at tho
GINGER SNAPS, CRACKERS, &c.
JUST, received, a fresh assortment of
GINGER SNAPS, CREAM CRACKERS.
Sugar Crackers, Soda Biscuit, Boston and
Buttor Crackers. J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
W. T. WALTER
WILL eell Rt his mart, THIS MORNING
at 10 o'clock,
Lounges, Clothing, Clocks, Quilts, Sin?
glo Harnean, Wardrobes, Chaira, Tea, and
a variety of useful and ornamental arti- '
des. Also, two Spring Wagoua.
April 21 . _i
Sheriff's Sale. .
BY virtue- of sundry writa of fieri facias
to mo directed, I will acll, before the
Court House, in Columbia, within the
legal hours of aale, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY and TUESDAY in May next, thc
FOLLOWING PROPERTY, to. wit:
A Lot of Land, containing ono acre,
moro or less, and the buildings thereon,
in tho city of Columbia, known as the reai
deuco of YV. R.jRergholz: bounded South
by Daniel Crawford, Weat by estate of
Charles O'Ncalc, deceaaed, North by Upper
Street, and East by Assembly street. Le?
vied on as the property of Wm. R. Berg?
hol/, at tho suit of Beter Aruba, thc State
of South Carolina and the city of Colum?
bia-the two latter for taxes ve. W. R.
A Lot of Land, in tho city of Columbia,
containing half an acre, moro or leas;
bounded on the Weat by Samuel WaddclTs
lot, North by Mrs. K." G. Brevard's lot.
East by Mrs. S. W. A. Logan's lot, and
South by Taylor street. Levied on as thc
property of Mrs. Matilda Fowles, at thc
suit of tho State of South Carolina vs.
Mrs. Matilda Fowles.
One aero of Land, more or less, in tho .
city of Columbia; bounded South by Tay?
lor street, West by Marion street, North by
tho burnt Christ Church, East by Samuel
Waddells lot. Levied on aa tho "property
of thc estate of O. M. Roberts, at the suit
of thc city of Columbia ve. tho estate of
O. M. Roberts for taxes.
A House and Lot, containing ono acre,
moro or lesa, in tho city of Columbia;
bounded North by Laurel street, East by
lot of tho catato of Charles Beck, South by
lot of tho estate of John - Bryce, and Wea,t
by Bull street. Levied on as the property
of thc estato of Wm. C. Freeman, at the
suit of tho Stato of South Carolina-vs. tho
eotate of Wm. C. Freeman for taxes.
Ono Lot of Land, containing ono acre,
more or lesa, in tho city of Columbia;
bounded South by Washington stroet,
Weat by Sumter street, North by tho Bap?
tist Church, and Eaat by tho Female Aca?
demy. Levied on aa tho property of the
eatato of Dr. John H. Boat "-right, st tho
suit of the State of South Carolina and the
city of Columbia vs. tho estate of Dr. John
H. Boatwright for taxes.
Four acres of Land in tho city of Colum
.bia; bounded North by Lumber etreot,
Eaat by Giat street. South by Richland
street, and Weat by Pinckuey street. Le?
vied on as the propertv of Eli Tower, at
the auit of tho city ol Columbia , va. EU
Tower for taxca.
. A House and Lot in the city of Colum?
bia, containing half an acre, more or leas,
known as tho residence of tho late Joahua
Sowden; bounded North by Gervais street,
Eaat by Frank Trenholm, South by Richard
Davis, and Weat by John McCammon.
Levied on aa the property of Mrs. A. Sow?
den, at tho auit or the city of Columbia vs.
Mra. A. Sowden for taxes.
A Houso and Lot in tho city of Colum?
bia, containing one-fourth of a'n acre, more
or leaa; bounded North by Blandingstreot,
Eaat by Wm. Sloane, South by tho Hebrew
Benevolent Society, and Weet hy Jo lenh
Taylor. . Levied on aa the property of John
A. Moore, at tho auit of tho city of Colum?
bia vs. John A. Moore for taxoa.
i . ALSO,
I One Lot, containing one-fourth of an
acre, in tho city of Columbia; bounded East
by Sumter street, 52 feet front; South by
Richard Wearn'a lot; Weat by Eatate of
Henry Hunt; and North by lot of Eatate of
Alexander Keenan. Levied on as tho pro?
perty of the Eatato of E. T. Malono, at the
suit of tho Citv of Columbia vs. Estate of
E. T. Malono /or taxes.
A Tract of Land, containing 400 acres,
more or less, in Richland District, fourteen
miles bolow .Columbia; bonndod on the
South and South-west hy tho Congaree
River; North and North-oast by Raiford's
Creek and by lands formerly of tho Estate
of John Singleton, deceased. Levied on as
thc property of Stanton A Ware, at the
suit of tho State of South Carolina vs.
Stauton A Ware for taxes.
A Lot of Land, in the city of Columbia, <
containing threo-fourtha of av acre, more
or lesa; bounded Eaat by Bull street; South
by Taylor street; West by lot of Mrs.
Fowlea; and North by Mra. K. G. Brevard.
Levied on aa thc property of*Mra. S. W. A.
Logan, at the suit of the State of South
Carolina vs. Mra. S. W. A. Logan for taxes.
A Lot of Land, in tho city of Columbia,
containing half an acre, more or less;
bounded East bv Sumter; South hy Wash?
ington street; Weat by John Bauaket; and
North by lot formerly owned by Henry Mid?
ler. Levied on aa tho property of Mrs. M.
Kcnnerly, at tho auit of tho Stato of South
Carolina vs. M. Kenncrly for taxes.
A Tract of Landan Richland Diatrict, con?
taining 700 acres, more or less, near Gads?
den; bounded South by landa of Fannie
Adams; West by Daniel Zeigler; North bv
J. U. Adams; and East by Green K. Wil?
liams. Levied on aa tho property of W. B.
Elkins & Co., ami W. B. Elkina, ?t the suit
of the Sta'te of South Carolina for taxes.
Terms Cash. J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
Tho remaining defaulting tax-payers will
take notice that, if tho State taxes for
18(15 are not immediately paid, levy and
aale will bc made sale-day Juue noxt.
April 14 i
THE right to manufacture and sell tl.?
GEORGIA COTTON PLANTER ia
granted to A. R. COLTON, Columbia, S. C.
ALBANY PACKHAM, Patentee.
The above Planter is tho invention of a
Georgia cotton-grower, and la tho onlyonc
in use which doe? the work of lour hand--,
and docs not clog thu seed.
A3-PONT BUY ANY OTHER. ?
A. ft. COLTON.
fa-arden Rakes, Hoes
And Garden Implements.
AFULL flupplv of GARDEN RAKES,
GARDEN HOES, GARDEN FORKS,
SPADIX- SHOVELS, TROWELS, Ac, on
'hand and for ealo hy
Marcha _J.&.T. R. AGNEW.
Soda Biscuit, Sugar Crackers, &c.
OA RRLS. SODA BISCUIT, SUGAR
OU CRACKERS, Rutter aijd Boston
Crackers, j ,ttt received uud for salo low by
tho barrel or at retail by
March 16 J. A T. R. AGNEW.