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Interesting from Europe.
LONDON, April 24-Evonirig.
Prussia has replied to the proposition
for the settlement of the Luxemburg
question, recently submitted by the
great powers of Europe. She denies
that she is arming, but emphatically
reiterates that she will not evacuato
Luxemburg. War is now regarded
os almost certain.
FLORENC?, April 24.-Tho marriage
of tho Crown Prince Humbert with
the Arch-duchess of Austria has been
LISBON, April 2L-A serious erneute
is reported to have occurred at Oporto.
A frigate has beon sent thero to
assist iii restoriug order.
PARIS, April 24. -Prince Napoleon
hns gouo to Italy.
PAKIS, April 25.-The Moniteur, of
to-day, has nu editorial charging
Prussia with neglecting to perform
the stipulations of the treaty of
Prague regarding Schleswig.
WASHINGTON, April 25.-*A squad
of tho 7th Cavalry fought the Chey?
ennes, thirty miles West of Fort
Dodge, killing six, and losiug ono
killed and ono wounded.
Receipts from internal revenuo to?
day 0431,000; receipts from customs
and internal revenue for teu months,
ending at this date, $364,000,000-a
falling off of $31,000,000, as com?
pared with the same time last year.
Sandford Conover, who committed
perjury before tho Congressional In?
vestigation Committee, has been sen?
tenced, to teu years' imprisonment.
The Government is not advised of
tho objoct of tho Japanese mission,
which is expected here to-morrow.
Tho Herald's Washington corres?
pondent says Surratt's trial is impro?
bable, as a deep impression is enter?
tained by tho administration adhe?
rents of Mrs. Surratt's innocence,
which her son's trial would only
make moro apparent.
Daiz attacked and defeated Mar?
quez, who arrived before Puebla
with 4,000 men, shortly after its cap?
ture. Marquez escaped, losing his
guus and ammunition.
George Peabody arrived to-day,
and visited the President aud Sir
Frederick Bruce, aud returned to
NEW YORK, April 25.-The State\
Legislature having transferred tho
supervision of the theatres, pawn?
shops, hacks, street cars, etc., to tho
Metropolitan Police, the City Coun?
cil, last night, repealed all laws affect?
Tax troubles aro apprehended in
Cuba, and the troops are drilling con?
CHARLESTON, April 25.-Arrived
Schooners Farlnnd and Ocean Pearl,
Baltimore; brig William Mason and
schooners Wheaton and Joseph Long,
*Boston; schooner Heath, Rockport;
schooners Azelda aud Laura, Bara?
RICHMOND, April 25.-The House
of Delegates passed the bill, to-day,
directing tho Board of Public Works
to sell the remaining interest of tho
State in various railroads, amounting
to about $0,000,000, tho purchase
money to bo paid in State bonds at
NEW ORLEANS, April 25.-Work on
tho Roman crevasse has been ordered
to bo suspended, for want of funds,
labor aud material. Tho efforts ot
tho planters to raise fuuds, mentioned
yesterday, were unsuccessful. The
loss from this crevasse is over $1,000,
000. Geu. Mower, Bureau Commis?
sioner, is furnishing rations, as far as
possible, to the destituto of the over?
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CHARLOTTE A- S. 0. RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 23,1K67.
ON TO RICHMOND, cia tho Charlotto
and South Carolina Railroad. Parties
wishing to attend tho MEMORIAL BA?
ZAAR, now being held at Riehmond, are
informed fiat ROUND TRIP TICKETS are
on Bale at thc office ol'this Company. Trice
$20. Baggage chocked through.
C. ROUKNIOHT, Gen'l Sup't.
E. R. DOBSEY, Gen'l Freight and Tr'p'n
Agent._April 21 0
Threshing and Ginning.
IAM prepared to mako engagements to
any extent for THRESHING WHEAT
and OATS. Also, for GINNING COTTON.
Partios within twenty miles of Columbia
wishing me to serve them will please notify
mc at once. Terms moderate.
W. B. LOWRANCE,
April 21_Columbia, 8. C.
Notice to Creditors of the Cotton
Planter's Loan Association of the
Fifth Congressional District.
UN TON VISTMOT-IN EQUITY.
Samuel Morgan and others vs. William J.
Keenan and others.-Bill )or Account,
ON motion of Bobo &. Carlisle, Com?
plainants' Solicitors, it is ordered that
tho creditors and bill-holders of tho Cotton
I'lantcr's Loan Association of tho Fifth
Congressional District of South Carolina,
who dosiro to como in and tako part in
this proceeding, do appoar and tilo their
demands, on or before tho 31st dav of May
next. WILLIAM MUNRO, *
Comm'r in Equity Union District.
JOHN H. HEISE,
CD o ii ie c t i <> n e r,
WHOLESALE ?ND RETAIL!
C"UNDIES manufactured daily, at as low
J as can bo laid down hore from the
North. KV Corner of Plain and Marion
Prunes, Raisins, Currants.
THRESH PRUNES, RAISINS, CUR
f ??.? . - ? > *.* * * 'VU .
COM WE KC i AA. AND FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK, ' April 25-Noon.
Stocks activo and still improving.
Gold 39)'2. Floor and wheat quiet
and firm. Corn a shade firmer. Fork
email@example.com. Cotton more
7 P. M':-Cotton firm and in gopd
demand, with soles of 1,500 bales, at
25c. Flour active and firmor, but
quotations unchanged. Wheat ad
vanoed. Corn firm-mixed Western
$1.34 Mi (^1.39. Stocks active. Gold
BALTIMORE, April 25.-Cotton 24l.<
@25. Sugar firmer, at 10@10>?7
Flour dull, but unchanged. Corn
activo and filmer for yellow; prime
white advanced l(a?o. ; yellow $1.25
@1.27; white $L2G@1.28. Mess
pork $23.75. Bulk shoulders 8 ?4 @9 ;
sides 10} s, loose.
CINCINNATI, April 25.-Flour in
good local demand and unchanged.
Wheat scarce and advanced 5c. Corn
dull-sacks $1.07?1.08. Whiskey
24. Provision? steady and un?
changed. Bacon shoulders 9; sides
ll; clear Bides 12.
CHARLESTON, April 25.-Cotton 1
stendv; Bales 190 bales-middlings
23. Receipts 45.
SAVANNAH, April 25.-An error
having ocourred, tho *tock of cottbn
was retaken to-day, as follows: Stock
of uplands on ship-board, and not
cleared. 20,544 bales; sea island, 20,
G3? bales. Receipts -ior tho week
2,863 bales; exports 3,457.
AUGUSTA, April 25.-Cotton more
active; sales 190 bales-strict mid?
dling 22>.<@23; receipts 80 bales.
MOBILE, April 25.-Sales of cot?
ton, to-day, 8?K) balos; market closed
quiet-middliug 20(7/21. Receipts
NEW ORLEANS, April 25.-Sales of
cotton 4,100 bales; market unsettled,
"but easier; receipts 475bales; exports
(300 bales. Sugar-fair ll1?; yel?
low clarified 13?4'. 'Flour dull-su?
perfine $firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats nctive, and
advanced 5cT Pork dull, at $23.25.
Lard quiet, steady and unchanged.
Gold 40(Vi)40i.i'. Sterling 49(^54.
LONDON, April 24-Evening.-The
importation of American bonds from
Germany for salo at this market con?
tinues very great. Closing rates at
Frankfort, this evening, 71;V
LIVEIU'OOL, April 25-Noon.-Cot?
ton in bettor feeling-middling up?
lands 10>?@10?.<d; Orleans lO^d.
Sales 12,000 bales.
LIVEKPOOL, April 25-2 P. M.
Cotton advanced I?'('/-I.<d. The mar?
ket is quiet and active.
rpWENTY tubs and firkins GOSHEN
_L BUTTER, at reduced prices.
15 bbb). Heckor's Self-raising FLOUR.
5 " Milk, Rutter, Wino and Sugar
3 tierces DIAMOND HAMS. And for
sale hv C. II. BALDWIN" & CO.
Liquors, Cigars, &c.
JEST TO HAND,
Favorite brands Whiskies,
Holland Gin, Cognac Urandy,
brandied Peaches, Cherries, Apricots,
Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Ac, Ac, at
April ll GEO. 8YMMEBS*.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT of genuino
Meerschaum, Briar-root, India Rub?
ber and Chemical PIPES. Just received
at E. POLLARD'S.
April 7_ mths
THE undersigned is agent for tho above
IMPROVED CULTIVATOR, which ho
offers for salo at reasonable prices. Its
points of superiority are: It is tho easiest
plow to guide in crooked rows, and to turn
at thc end of thc row. It will plow several
hills nearer than any other to tho omi of
the row. It is tho "only plow which will
operate in hard-bcatcu ground.
April 6 A. R. COLTON.
Lime, Cement and Plaster.
At thc Sign of tho Golden Pad-lMc?c.
JUST received, a fresh supply of best
STONE LIME, ROSENDALE CEMENT
and CALCINED PLASTER. In storo and
for sale cheap for cash by
April 4 JOHN C. DIAL.
1 f\f\ 1J,iLS- FAMILY FLOUR.
JLUU 25 bids. Western Super. Flour.
Becker's Self-raising Flour. For salo
loi. R. St G. D. HOPE.
-I f\ PIECES SUMMER CASSIMERES,
A\J at :i7Ac. per vard.
10 plec-s'LINE? DUCK, at 37.1c. per yd.
1 do/.. Black Silk prsquos.
1 " " Baron Shawls.
1 " Colored Baron Shawls. For "air
cheap. ALFRED TOLLESON.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Strips.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND lbs. PRIME
SIDES and SHOULDERS.
.2,000 lbs. Bacon Strips. For sale low by
March 20_E. & G. 1). HOPE. '
WATCHES AND CLOCKS!
THE undersigned is in
receipt of a stock of ur u<STcug'a
_and fashionable JEWELRY, etc.
us'efuTand ornamenta! -which bo offers for
sale at fair prices. An examination of his
assort ment of goods is solicited.
REPAIRING of all kinds of CLOCKS,
WATCHES and JEWELRY promptly at
HAIR WORK gotten np in the best man
uer and in various stvles.
Apiil 7 At J. Snlzbachor A- Co.'s.
AT A VERY SHALL ADVANCE OS FIRST COST ! ! !
Prom Direct Importers and Manufacturers !
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
SHOES, HATS AND CLOTHING !
Surprisingly Cheap. At
S. Hi. MYERS & CO.'S,
Opposite ruins City Hotel.
Don't Read This!
ADAPTED to hand, steam, water and horse power. They occupy but Httl? space,
aro entirely portable, forming a complete ginning establishment of itself, which
can bo moved from plantation to plantation, and used with or without buddings. In
the ai?mo manner as THRESHING MACHINES, (Cleaner combined,) endless railway
power, with ita speed and safety. Govornor attachment will drive a forty to fifty Saw
Gin aud Condenser. Tho animals at the sumo time traveling as upon tho roatUway,
without requiring any.kind of IiarncBS or gear; the speed being lixed by thc govornor
r? accommodate their natural gait and thc work bciiifi done. Thia horso power is also
fitted with a scries of gcar3 and pulleyB, which will, by changes and transpositions,
?irodu?e any desired speed of the driving band pulley, without effecting thc travel or
abor of tho animals; thus making this power adapted to all kinds of work on planta?
tions. **?- ALL MACH INES TESTED PRACTICALLY BEFORE BEING DELIVERED
FROM THE WO BKS.
Plcaeo call at tho Cotton Ghi Warehouse and examine thc- machines, and then leave
your order. . A. ll. coi/iOx, Proprietor, State Agent,
April 14 :)ni q Columbia, S..C.
r9*~^ '? TQn WASHINGTON
$25. Bartlett Sewing Machine. $25.
WANTED, Agents; $150 per month ami
all expenses paid, to sell the genuine
BARTLETT SEWING: MACHINE. Thia
machine will do all the wort; that can ho
dono on any high-priced machine, and ia
fully patented, licensed and warranted for
live year?. Wo pay tho above wagea, or a
commission, from which twice that amount
can bo made. For circulara and terma,
address H. HALL & CO., '
724 Chestnut st., Philadelphia, Pa.
April 12 _ 30
FULTON MARKET SMOKED BEEF
Tuba choice GOSHEN BUTTER, at 40c.
Bags and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at 40c;
a fresh lot-superior.
Kids, and boxes Breakfast Bacon.
Milk, Butter, Trenton, Sugar, Wine and
Hccker'8 Self-raising FLOUR-genuine.
Rbis. Jersey Peach-blow Potatoes.
And for salo at FAIR PRICES by
March 23 _ C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
ANEW and complete assortment just
An elegant assortment of l'ISHING
TACK LE-Rods, Roela, Bobs, Hook?,
Linea, Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. B.-Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and noatly executed.
May 2G 1 y
Ale and Porter.
rilEN casks EDINBURG ALE, pints.
JL DUBLIN PORTER, pints. For sale bv
.March RS E. 4 G. D. HOPE.
HARDWARE AT COST.
THE balance of OtirikA*
stock of HARDWARE^IC*
?will bo sold al COST. ?T?\>
?TS- STATE RILLS TAKEN AT PAR. "ES
March 2ft E. A G. Bj ROTE.
ONE THOUSAND gallons choice CUBA
-200 gallons New Orleans SYRUP. For
sale low. E. & C.. D. HOPE.
BOTTER ANB CHEESE.
Kf\ RONES CUTTING CHEESE.
?J\J 10 kegs (io ,hen and State RUTTER.
?"or sale LOW bv the package.
March 7 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Washins: Done Easy !
CLOTHES WASHER AND RINSER!
A New Principle Adapted to the
IS not attached to any cumbrous tub or
box, hut can bo applied to any tub.
When folded, can bo readily carried in the
band. Weighs bot a few pounds. Per?
fectly simple in its make and mode of use.
Its use ia easily acquired by any washer?
woman. ' Warranted to wear for three
years, and can bo repaired hv any one. Is
ariapU d to tho means of all. OS" Price
ONLY FIVE HOLLAHS.
SOME OF ITS ADVANTAGES.
This simple and useful,machine obviates
the necessity of rubbing the clothes by
hand. Cleanses tho fabric by harmless
pressure, not by destructive friction, as with
tho common wash-board. Labor, time
and fatigue are saved in the use of this
machine. With it, \,ashing ;s quickly
done, with a great saving of soap. It will
not shrink Hannels. Will wash tho finest
laoes without injury. A do/en articles may
bo washed at a limo. Will effectually wash
the heaviest bcd chillies. It is equally
used for rinsing as for washing. With suf?
ficient clothes' on the board, it makes no
noise whilst in use. Is -the most sjinple,
practical and reliable machine for washing
[urie.-Hy clean, without hand-rubbing,
now in use. With it, a washerwoman eau
make three limes as much weekly as by the
common method. Hy the use' of one, a
family eau save its priCOJl) a few washings.
It promotes health am* economy, and is
woman's best friend. No family should bo
without one- a single day.
Tho subscriber takes pleasure in stating
that he has submitted tue machines to tie'
test of st Vera] families of the city before
bringing tin m to tho notice of tho* public.
In every instance, gratifying testimonials
have boen received of their merits.
District Mights for the Stat* for sale.
Machines alwavs on hand, receiving arid
for sale by JOEL KETCHUM. .li..,
April 17 12 Stenhouse'* Buildings.
HAVING oponod my oflico
permanently in Columbia, i
may ba?found at all honra at
tho' rooms over R. C. Ander
Bon's store, on Main street.
Jan 5 H. P. QREOO.
GINGER SNAPS, CRACKERS, &c.
JUST received, a fresh Assortment of
GINGER SNAPS, CREAM CRACKERS,
Sugar Crackers. Soda Biscuit, Boston and |
Rutter Crackers. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
PRINTS, from 12* to 20 cents.
Bleached Longcloth, 12.J to 20 cents.
Colored Muslin?, 12* to 75 cents.
Ladies' Hose, 12}c. to Ji.50.
Misses' Hose, 25c -something extra.
Pantaloon Goods, (Men's,) 25c-to $4.
(Boys',) 25c. to fl.
Trunks, from $1.50 to $20.
Swiss Muslin, 25c to $1.50.
Nainsook Muslin-every grade and price.
Jaconet Muslin-a beautiful and attract?
Corded, Dotted, Embroidered and Tuck?
ed Swies, ?7c. to $2.
Linen Cambric-all prices.
" Lawns- " "
Tho finest collection of tho following:
Bombazines, Alpacas, Crapes,
Cballies, Borages, Sheer Lawns,
Printed Muslins, Silks,
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Bands,
Edgings and Insertions,
Linen Embroidered Lands, Edgings and
Real Laces, in ?loniton Guipure,
Maltese Eng. Thread,
Valenciennes and imitation of thc sanio,
Table Damask, Bleached and Brown,
Toilet Towels, Doylies, Napkins, Gloves,
Table Covers, Curtain Damask,
Emb'd Curtain Muslin and Laco do.,
Linen Sheetings and Pillow Casings,
Hoop Skirts, Ladies' Hats, (wholesale,)
Men s Straw, Leghorn and Panania Hats,
Family Colognes and Extracts,
Castile and Toilet Soaps.
Superior and approved makes of
Thread, Needles, Pins, Buckles, Braids,
Bodkins, Buttons, Emb'd Silk and Braids,
Brushes, Combs, Suspend? rs, Collars,
Cravats, Shirts, Belts, Beltings, Ribbons.
Toilet Powders and Pull's, Pomades,
Bandoline, Tooth Brushes,
Nail Brushes and Infants' Brushes,
Fancy Skirts-something new.
Tokos for Gowns, Ac, embroidered on
Tho most attractive stvlo of Lace Col?
lars, with Embroidered Collars, at PRICES
THAT ARE ASTONISHINGLY LOW.
In addition, wo offer tn merchants a
beautiful lino of DOMESTICS-having thc
.Hale of several well known and popular
makes of Bro vu Goods. Wc can offer in?
3Et- O. SHIVER.
April ll _ _
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD
ZEFL o m o v o c3L
Large and Commodious Store recent?
ly fitted up for them on Main
Street, next to C. A. Bedell's,
AND-ARE OPENING A
Large and Elegant Stock of
ASTONISHINGLY LOW !
THE BEST STOCK OF
BOYS' AM) V01TI1S' CLOTHING
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY!
02. ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
HATS IN THE MARKET:-5U
Call and see for yourselves. April G
ri BOXES ITALIAN MACOARONI.
tJ Casks English Pickles, White Onions.
Piccolili. Chow-Chow, Gherkins.
Domestic Pickles, Flavoring Extracts.
Ilea] Worcestershire Sauce, Caper's.
Canned Peaches, Peas, Tomatoes.
Pure Cream Tartar, in foil.
Pure Salad Oil, One; Castile Soaj ,
Colman's and R. B. Mustard.
Received tonlay and for sale hy
Maroh2G C. H. BALDWIN .v CO.
' BUTTER AND CHEESE.
-I f \ KEGS choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
LU BOO H.s. fresh COUNTRY
40 boxes CUTTING CHEESE.
io .. English Dairy CHEESE. In stoic
and for sale low. E. ?V G. D. HOPE.
Gibson'i. Tatent Cultivator Plows.
.IL'ST received, a sup?
ply of those SUPERIOR
IMPLEMENTS tho ad?
vantage from Usi^S "
is ril l'Y PER CENT, in
horses and bands. For salo by tho agents,
March!! J. .V.T. R*. AGNEW.
Mackerel and Cheese.
KITS NO. 1 MACKEREL, put up
expressly for family usc.
40 boxe-, choice CUTTING CHEESE,
?lust received and for salo low by
March 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BY virtue of un ml ry writs of fieri facias
to mo directed. 1 will Bell; before tho
Court House, in Columbia, within tho
legal hours of sale, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY and TUESDAY in May noxt, the
FOLLOWING PROPERTY, to wit:
A Lot of Land, containing ono acre,
moro or loss, and tho buildings the-eon,
in tho city of Columbia, known as tho resi?
dence of W. R.jBerghoIz; boundod South
bv Daniel Crawford, West by cstato of
Charles O'Nealo, deceased, North by Upper
Street, and East by Assembly street. Le?
vied on as tho property of Wm. R. Rerg
holz, at the suit of Peter Ainbs, tho Stato
of South Carolina and tho city of Colum?
bia-the two latter for taxes vs. W. R.
A Lbt of Land, in thc city of Columbia,
containing half an acre, moro or less;
bounded on tho Wost by Samuel Waddell's
lot, North by Mrs. K. G. Brovard'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 the State ol' South Carolina va.
Mrs. Matilda Fowles.
. Ono aero of Land, moro or less, in the
Oity of Columbia; bounded South hy Tay?
lor street, West hy Marion street, North by
tho burnt Christ Church, East by Samuel
Waddell's lot. Levied on as tho propcrtv
of thc estate of O. M. Roberts, at tho suit
of tho city of Colnmbia vs. tho cstato of
?. 31. Roberts for taxes.
AHouso and Lot, containing ono acre,
moro or Tess, iu thc city of Columbia;
boundod North hy Laurel "street, East by
lot of the cstato of Charles Beck, South by
lot of tho estate of John Rrycc, and West
by Bull street. Levied on as tho property
or tho estate of Wm. C. Freomau, at tho
suit of tho State of South Carolina vs. tho
cstato ol' Wm. C. Freeman for taxes.
One Lot of Land, containing one acre,"
more or less, in tim city of Columbia;
bounded South by Washington street.
West by Sumter street. North by tho Bap?
tist Church, and East by the Femalo Aca?
demy. Levied on as the property of the
estate of Dr. John H. Boatwright", at thc
snit of tho State of South Carolina and the
city of Columbia vs. the estate of Dr. John
ll. Boatwright for taxes.
Four acres of Land in thc city of Colum?
bia; bounded North by Lmnber street.
East by Gist street, South by Richland
street, and West by Pinckncy street. Le?
vied on as tho property of Eli Tower, at
thc suit of thc city ot' Columbia vs. Eli
Tower for taxes.
A House and Lot in tho city of Colum?
bia, containing half an acre, inoro or less,
known as tho residence of tho late Joshua
Sowden: bounded North by Gervais street.
East by Frank Trenholm, South by Richard
Davis, aud West by John McCamnion.
Levied on j^s tho property of Mrs. A. Sow?
den, at the suit of the city of Columbia va.
Mrs. A. Sowden for taxes.'
A House and Lot in tho eily of Colum?
bia, containing one-fourth of an acre, more
or less; bounded North by Blauding Btrect.
East by Wm. Sloane, South by the Hebrew
Benevolent Society, and West hy Joseph
Taylor. Levied on as tho property of John
A. Mooro, at the suit of the city of Colum?
bia va. John A. Moore for taxes.
Ono Lot, containing one-fourth of an
acre, in the city ol' Columbia; bounded East
bv Sumter street, 52 feet front; South bv
Richard Wcarn'a lot: West hy P.?b?to o?
Henry Hunt; and North by lot of Estate of
Alexander Keenan. Levied on as tho pro?
perty of tho Estate of E. T. Malone, at the
suit of tho City of Columbia vs. Estate of
E. T. Malone for taxes.
A Tract of Land, containing 100 acres,
moro or leas, in Richland District, fourteen
miles below .Columbia; bounded on the
South and South-west by tho Congaree
River; North and North-east by Railord's
Creek and by lands formerly of" tho Estata.
of John Singleton, deceased. Levied on aa
the property ot Stanton A Ware, at the
suit of tho Stato of South Carolina va.
Stanton & Ware for taxes.
A Lot of Land, in tho city of Columbia,
containing three-fourths of an acre, more
or less; bounded East by Bull street; South
by Taylor street; West by lot of Mrs.
Fowles; and North by Mrs. K. G. Brevard.
Leviod on as the property of'Mrs. S. W. A.
Logan, at the suit of tho State of South
Carolina va. Mrs. S. W. A. Logan for ta\es.
A Lot of Laud, in thc city of Columbia,
containing half an acre, more or less;
bounded East by Sumter; South by Wash?
ington street; West by John Bausket; and
North by lot formerly owned by Henry Mul?
ler. Levied on as tho property of Mrs. M.
Kennedy, at tho suit of the State of South
Carolina vs: M. Kennedy for taxes.
A Tract of Land, in Richland District, con?
taining 700 acres, moro or less, near Gads?
den; hounded South by lands of Fannie
Adams; West by Daniel Zoigior; North bv
J. U. Adams; and East by Green K. Wil?
hams. Levied on as the property of W. B.
Elkins A Co., and W. B. Elkins, at tho suit
of tho State 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 t?xca?for
18(V) are not immediately paid, levy and
sale will bc made- sale-da v June next.
April l i t
Soda Biscuit, Sugar Crackers, &c.
QA BBLS. SODA BISCUIT, SUGAR
?U CRACKERS, Butter and Boston
Crackers, just received and for salo low by
the barrel or at retail bv
March 10 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
CORN AND OATS.
rnwo-THOUSAND bushels prime Whit.
i and Yellow CORN.
000 bushels Feeding Oats. For sale by
March 20 K. & G. D. HOPE.
Garden Rakes, Hoes
And Garden Implements.
AFULL supplv of (?ARDEN RAKES,
(?ARDEN Hol'.s, GARDEN FORKS,
SPADES, SHOVELS, TROWELS, Ac, on
hand anil for sale bv
March 8 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
<-BROIijW HAVING resumed tb.
"V:ih<>v?< business I am pre?
5?^BBB"^-Vbg|;>.tr<-<l t'? execute all kind
of work in tho above lino ai tiie shorter:
notice and most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
hand. Funerals prompt 1? attended.
Aug ?0 M. H, BERRY.
At Brennan & Carroll's Carriage Factory.
OAABBLS. SUPER. FLOUR
>?UU R'O bids. Extra
GO bbls. choice Family "
?0 " Reeker's Self-raising
On hand and for salo low bv
March 10 J.*T. ...AGNE-ti