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I \Ecpressh/ for the Columbia Phoyx.]
LONDON, April 30.-Parlintnent re?
sumed its session yesterday. In tbo
House of Commons, last night, Lord
Stanley, Secretary of Foreign Af?
fairs, in reply to an inquiry, stated
tint the proposition for a poaco con?
gress had been accepted by France
and Prussia, and said he was of opi?
nion that tho Luxemburg affair would
bo satisfactorily settled.
BERLIN, April 30.-The Prussian
Diet was opened yesterday by the
King, in a speech from the throne.
King William said tho unity of Ger?
many w;as au nssurnnco of peaco tc
Europe,' and urged a speedy adoption
of the Constitution. The Eiug was
silent in regard to Luxembm-g.
LONDON, April 30.-King "William,
of Prussia, is entirely silent on thc.
Luxemburg question, causing con
siderablo uneasiness iu Paris.
BREST, April 30.-The Great East
ern has arrived.
x-? -*~ m
CHARLESTON, April 30.-Arrived
Steamer Sea Gull and schooner!
Eleanor, Armenia and Milton, Balti
more; steamer Manhattan, New York
Sailed-Schooner Harry Landen, fo
a Northern port.
NEW ORLEANS, April 29.-Almos
tho entire business portion of th"
town of Breuham, Texas, was de
8troyed by fire, on tho 24th ultimo
Fifteen of the principal busiues
.RALEIGH, N. C., April 30.-Senato
Wilson arrived hero last night, an
spoke iu the African Church. H
advised tho negroes to educate them
selves and acquire property; de
uounced tho latter da}' saints, au
cautioned the negroes against then
He was followed by two colore
speakers, who made conservati
speeches. Wilson spoke to-day, i
tho Capitol Square, in the same tor
as last night, and was listened 1
attentively by a large audience <
white and black; among them seven
. RICHMOND, April 30.-To-morro\
tho street car company will run foi
cars for both whites and blacks, ar
two car3 for ladies. The compai
have only six cars. This is doi
after consultation with Schofield.
NEW YORK, April 30.-Commode
Eiuggolil was struck with apople:
to-day. His condition is critical.
WASHINGTON, April 30.-The thi
remittance of $1,750, making atol
of $17,000 in gold, was received frc
. California by the Southern Fami
The Secretary of the Treasury li
issued a circular, directing assessc
to tax shin-plasters ten per cent.
Secretaries Browning and Stunt
arc sick; the other Secretaries alter
ed tho Cnbinet meeting to-day.
Internal Revenue receipts to-d
Stanberry's interpr?tation of i
reconstruction bill will bo read tot
Cabinet on Friday. The pnblisl
statements ns to its character
LOUISVILLE. April 30.-In the d
between Ike Hanson and Nc
Alexander, citizens of Paris, Alex
der received a flesh wound in the!
After four shots, tho affair was ami
MOUE of thc above popular book,
Miss Evans, just received-92:
other new books, at DUFFIE & CH
IN the-MAGAZINES for May. Lo
Ton, with patterns; Dcmorest's M
zinc, Godey's Lady's Dook, Pt-tort
ALSO ron SALI:,
Tho New York Daily Papers and I
trated Weeklies, new Music, Ac, at
April 23 Opposite Law Rant
DR. R. \V. GI REES has remove?
Melvin M. Cohen's residence,
East end of Washington street, opp
the "Giplnui House." April 12 li
Ale! Ale! !
C)f\ BBLS. best quality PALE J
?\J each containing ten dozen pim
$2.23 per dozen, by the barrel, or $2.3
dozen in less quantities. For sale bv
April 21 J. A T. It. AGNE
WANTED, 100 'bup'iels POT:
SLIPS. The highest market
will be paid. E. A G. 1). HOI
FLOUR! FLOUR! !
DHLS. "PRIDE OF THE SOU
j?%y an extra article for bakers. Lc
cash. JOHN C. SEEG ERS A (
_ April 21
-lf\ PIECES SUMMER CASSIM!
l\J at 374 c. por yard.
10 pieces "Lt NUN DUCK, at pi
1 doz. Black Silk Basques.
1 " Baron Shawls.
1 " Colored Baron shawls. Foi
cheap. ALFRED TOLLES
FLOUR AND POTATO
jr rv BBLS. FLOUR, assorted-fro
?JU to e^tra family.
20 bbls. Peach Blow Potatoes-i
No. 1 Mackerel-in barrels and kit
.lust received, ttlld for sale bv
April ll GEO. sVMMI
Lime, Cement and Plastei
At the Sign of (he Golden Pad~Lt
JUST received, a fresh supply <
STONE LIME, ROSENDALE CE
and CALCINED PLASTER In ste
for salo cheap for cash bv
April 1 . ?OH N C. D
COMMERCIAL. AND Kl rv AN CI,M,.
XKW Ort LI: A NS, April 29.-Sale? of
cotton 2,600 bales-low middlings
27@28c. Receipts 2,264 bales; ex?
ports 719. Sugar and molasses un?
changed. Flour-largo receipts and
declined 50c. ; superfine Sl2.50@Sl3.
Corn-very large receipts, and de?
clined 0c; quoted at ?1.40<2>$i.45.
Oats dull, at 80?83c. Pork very dull
-mess $23.25. Bacon-only retail
business; shoulders, 9}?; rib,
clear 12%; plaiu, 12W; canvassed
hams 15??@17o. Lard steady and
unchanged. Whiskey unchanged.
Gold 35??. Sterling 46,??@48Lj.
New York sight %.
NEW YORK, April 30.-Stock mar?
ket very strong; exchange-sixty
days, 9J8; at sight, 10@10,'?. Mo?
ney 6 per, cent. Gold 35%. Flour
market 10@15c. better. Corn a shade
firmer. Pork heavy-mess $22.62* <i.
Cotton drooping, at 29,Li@30 foi
7 P. M.-Cotton dull, at lc. de
cline; sales 1,000 bales, at 29. Floui
I active-State $10.40@,13.65; South
? ern Sll.23?18. Wheat advanced 2(5
3c. Coru active and advanced lc
Western mixed Sl.35(?>1.37. Pori
heavy and lower, at ?22.65. Larc
heavy, at Stock stroug
BALTIMORE, April 30.-Cotton flrn
-middling uplands 30. Sales of 601
bags Rio coffee, nt 13*4 *u bond
Flour dull nud steady-common t<
superfino $10(rt<10.25. Corn dull am
declined 2i@3c.- white $email@example.com
Lard dull, at 13#.
AUGUSTA, April 30.-Cotton opciiei
active, but closed dull; sales 49
bales. Receipts 165 bales. Stric
CHARLESTON, April 30.-Cotto:
opened strong, but closed easy; *de
300 bales-middlings 28. Receipt
SAVANNAH, April 30.-Sales of coi
tou 174 bales; market irregtihu
closed dull and heavy-middlings 2
@27)?. Receipts S6 bales.
LIVERPOOL. April 30.-Cotton les
firm, with sales of 15,000 bales-ui
lands firstname.lastname@example.org.; Orleans 12 La
Breadstufts firm. Corn 44s,, an
scarce. Produco uuchauged.
sols closed 91'.j. Five-twenties71.1:
LIVERPOOL, April 30-Evening.
Cotton markot less firm to-day, at
closed easier, at a decline. The fo
lowing are the authorized quotation
Middling uplands ll Vd. ; middlir
Orleaus 12 '4d. Sales 12,000 bales.
LIVEHPOOL, April 30-2 P. M.
Cotton easier, at a decline of
.since the opening; middling Orien
ll?4'd.; Orleans 12!.,d.
THE undersigned is anent for the alu
IMPROVED CULTIVATOR, which
otters for sah- at reasonable prices,
points ol' superiority are: It is thc casi
plow to guide in crooked rows, and to ti
at thc end of thc row. It will plow seyc
hills nearer than an; other to the end
the row. It is the only plow which >
oporato in hard-beaten ground.
April ? _ A. P. COLTON
8DDLS., just received, in fine order.
_April '21 JOHN C. SEEGERS \ CC
TWENTY tubs and Arkins GOSH
BUTTER, at reduced prices.
15 Rbis. Becker's Self-raising FLOUI
5 " Milk, Putter, Wine ami Su
3 tierces DIAMOND HAMS. And
sale by C. II. BALDWIN A Ct
NEW SHEET MUSIC.
AFRESH SUPPLY of tho latest pc
lar Songs, "Waltzes, Polkas, Sc!
Also, i sic Books, Music Paper, Ac.
Wcha\oevery facility at our comm
for procuring, with despatch, any M
that cannot be kept constantly on han
Music to any address by mail witl
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Booksellei
Townsend A North's Old Stan
_ A pr il 14_
Liquors, Cigars, &c.
JUST TO HAND,
Favorite brands Whiskies,
Holland Gin, Cognac Urandy,
Brandied Peaches, Cherries, Apricol
Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Ac, Ac
April ll_ GEO. Si'MMER
Threshing and Ginning
IAM prepared to make cugagemenl
any extent for THRESHING WH
and OATS. Also, for GINNING COT'J
Parties within twenty miles of Cohn
wishing mo to servo thom will picasen
mc at oucc. Terms moderate.
W. B. LOWRANCE
April 21 Columbia, s.
New Books !
A N asEortmcut of NEW PL'BL
TIONs, just received by last stea
Pur sale at McCARTER'S Bookstore
Opposite Lawvcr'a lian
April 5_ R. L. BRYAN
SARATOGA WATER !
JUST received fresh from the Sp
For sale bv
FISHER A- HEINITSF
April 1 Druggit
HAYING opt ned my
<J2?233^fc permanently in Cohan
i'TrP^KSBlk mav be found at all hoi
^XffiTTT the" rooms over R. c. A
son's store, on Main street.
JanS D. P. ORE)
Prunes, Raisins, Curra
FRESH PRUNKS, RAISINS,
RAN I'S and CITRON. Just re<
and for sale low bv J. A- T. R. AGNI
CORN AND OATS.
mWO THOUSAND bushels inimc
JL and Yellow CORN.
500 bushels Feeding Oats. For sa!
March 20 _ E. A I), ll' >
FRUIT ! FRUIT ! !
Qi) BUSHELS Peeled Apples, l<
April 14 JOnN C. SEEGERS A
CHAS. W. F. FEININGEIt'3
mm ..coNCBfvr t
THUKSDAY EVENING, MAY 2.
M'L.L.E: GABRIELLA C. FEIM.VGER,
Tho youthful Prim? Donna, whoso coin
pass of voice and execution, as well as
sweetness of tone, has seldom been equaled.
MR. CHAS. AV. P. FEIMNGEH,
Tho great Solo Violinist-pupil of,David.
MU. JOS. HART DEMK,
Thc World-renowned Pianist.
1. Fantasie do Concert sur Relis-a
rio-Goria.Mr. JOS. HART DENOK.
2. Ulina Waltz-Arditi.
M'llo GABRIELLA FEINTNGER.
3. Fantasio Brilliautc, sur la Ro?
Mr. CHAS. W. F. FEININGER.
4. Paraphrase de Concert sur Rigo?
letto-Liszt. ...Mr. JOS. HART DENCE.
. Oh, Yes. I'll Think of Thee-Bal?
lad -C. W. Fciningcr.
M'llo GABRIELLA FEININGER.
C. Airs Hongrois-H. W. Ernst.
Mr. CHAS. W. F. FEINTNGER.
7. Grand Fantasie sur Don Juan -
Thalberg.Mr. JOS. HART DENCE.
8. Si Rodi il Primo, (Luerezia Bor?
M'llo GABRIELLA FEININOER.
0. Danso des Borccres, (Witches
Mr. CHAS. W. F. FEININGER.
10. Trio (from Opera Belt?)-Donizetti.
arlie FEININGER, Mr. FEININGER
And Mr. DENCE.
jK&rConccrt to commence at 8 o'clock.
Scats SI; Tickets to be had at the Book?
stores;_ April 27 mwHi!)_
HENRY E. SCOTT,
General Insurance Agent,
Bank Building, Columbia, S. C.
FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT POLICIES
issued for FIRST-CLASS COMPA?
Applications received for the Liverpool
and London and Globe Fire and Life In?
Capital, surplus and reserved
Assets in the United States over 1,800,000
C. F. JACKSON
INVITES the attention of thc ladies*to ]
his FINE ASSORTMENT ef VEILS, cuu- j
CRATE and LOVE VEILS,
DOTTED SILK VEILS,
Veil Berage and Tissue-all color.-,
White and Bl ick Dotted Lace, for \ i ils.
April 17_._ ._
Ale, Ale, Ale !
ONE HUNDRED dozen JEFFREY'S
100 doz. BASS' ALE. For sale at ?2.23
per dozen, in packages of oight and ten
dozen. For sale by the package only.
When you order, do not fail to send tho
cash. Delivered to Railroad Depots freo
of charge. ALFRED TOLLESON.
j To the Ladies.
MS, ?. E BEEB
HAS just returned with a
fresh and superior stock of j
French, English and Ameri?
can MILLINERY, in all varie?
ties. Also, LADIES' WEARS;
superior Silk Coverings, at ali
prices; Hair Braids, Coils,
NVaterfalls, Curls, Netts, Ac;
all of which will be sold VERY
DONE WITH NEATNESS AND DE?
SPATCH. April 17 3mo
EXTRA SUGAR-CURED nAMS.
Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips.
Sides, Shoulders, Ac, at lowest market
prices. For sale by
April ll GEO. SYMMERS.
BY THE EMILY SOUDER.
ASELECTED STOCK of verv excelleirt
FRENCH BON-BONS, CREAM CHO?
COLATES, JELLY CAKES, Ac, at
McKENZl F'S CONFECTIONERY,
Plain street, near Central House.
JOHN H. HEISE,
C o ia fe ctioner,
WHOLESALE ?NB RETAIL:
CANDIES manufactured dilly, at as low
as oan be laid down here from the
North. f/?" Corner of Plain and Marion
j streets. Fob 3
Printing Material For Sale.
AN assortment of TYPE and MATERI?
AL, sufficient to publish a largo sized
i paper, i.-. offered for salo at ft very reason?
able price. The TYPE ia aa good as new.
For further particulars, apply al this
! ofli'. e.__FtijL23
12.000 a&r1" :;- 'c-1
2,G IO lb?, prime SHOULDERS.
10 tierces S. Davis, jr., A C-,.'s PURE
? tierces 8. Davis, jr., & Co.'s DIAMOND
2 tierces S. C. HAMS. With other STA?
PLE GOODS, received to-dav ami for Bale
by C. IL BALDWIN & CO.
Extra No. 1 Mackerel.
JUST in. They are fine.
April IO J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
ALONZO REESE, Barber,
TA KI", s pleasure* in informing his old
patrons,'ami the pnhliogenerally, that
he can he found at the Barber Shop con?
nected with the Central Hotel, whore he
will be most happy to render them any ser?
vice they may require in this line.
April 4 _ Imo
WATCHES AND CLOCKS I
THE undersigned is in
receipt of a stock of newt
land fashionable JEWELRY, etc.
useful and ornamental-which ho offers for
sale at fair prices. An examination of his
assortment of gooda is solicited.
REPAIRING or all kinds of CLOCKS,
WATCHES and JEWELRY promptly at?
HAIR WORK gotten up in the beat man- ]
her and in various st vies.
April 7_At J. Snly.bacher A- Co.'s.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE.
PERSONS indebted to the es'tato of tho
late G. R. STARLING, will make pay?
ment of the same tn the subscriber; per?
sons iMtving demands against the estate,
will hand them in as soon as possible, pro?
perly attested. JAMES G. GIBBES,
April 10 fimo _Administrator.
ALL persons having claims against the
estate of REBECCA MOTLEY, de- ;
ceased, will present them properly attest?
ed: and all persons indebted to tho same
will make- payment to me, at Kingsville.
Feb 3 qt J. ROR'T SE AY, Adm'r.
ALL persons having claims against the j
estate o? JAB. ll. SE AY, deceased,
will present them prope rly attested; and
all persons indebted to the samo will make ?
pavment to me, at Kingsville.
Feb 3 qi J. ROR'T SE AY, Ex'r. ,
Notice is Hereby Given,
THAT three months after date, applica
tion will bo maile to the Cit v Council of ?
Columbia, for renewal of SIX PER CENT. I
BOND NO. 293, of tho city of Columbia,
issued April 1, 1854, and payable 1803,
which was lost during thc passage of tho
United States troops through this State, in
February, 1SC3 C. MICKLER.
April ?j mo3*"
,rTHU?EK months from this date, applica
_L tion will be made to tho proper au- i
thorities tora renewal of STOCK CERT!-I
FICATE No. 1,811. for 28 sh ires of j
Charlotte and s. C. Railroad stock, io the !
name of Wm. . dell, Executor; tho origi- I
nal having been lost or destroved.
April 3 eowSmo WM. SIII?LL, Ex'r.
ft THIS noted STALLION, import- i
ed direct hom England by thc <
?2, J J Messrs. Gis.t, may bc found at Mr. ?
Gooree Davis'. (Columbia Race-course,) on |
the ISt h and 14th inst., and every ninth'
day thereafter. Insurance lor mares $35. '
Aysgarth ii a dark brown, fiftceu hands
high, of tine Lone and action; sired by
Daniton, dam by Inheritor; her dam Gin.
by Juniper, out of Princess Jemima by
Remembrance; Barhton's dam Martha
Lynn, by Mulatto; her dam Leda, byFolho
d? Ruta Treasure, by Camillas, Inheritor
was winner of the Liverpool Cnp as a three [
and six year old. Groom's fee SI.
JOHN JOHNSON. Groom.
April 12 OtlO'
THE BLOODED and TROTTING
STALLION "JOHN MORGAN"
stands in Columbia at s20 tho sea?
son in advance, or ?30 to insure.
Grooms fee 1$.
PEDIO&SB.-John Morgan by
Boy," and he by "Jua Cropper," one of ]
"Old Sir Archy's" best sons. John's dam
a half Morgan'marc-and halt thorough?
bred, out ol "Whip" and "Woodpecker."
For other information, apply to A. IL
MONTEITH, at J. G. Gibbes' store.
April9_ _ Imo
Agricultural and Horticultural Im?
At the Sign ot the Golden Pad-Lock.
ALARGE SUPPLY of the above, con?
sisting in part of PLOWS, HARROWS,
FAN MILLS, GRAIN CRADLES, Scythes,
Straw Cutters. Corn Shellers.
Pruning Saws and Knives, Ladies' Gar?
den Tools, in setts and pairs; Transplant?
ing Trowels and Forks, Spades, Spading
Forks, Rakes, Hoes, Lines, Ac. In store
and for sale LOW for CASH by
April 5_JOHN' C. DIAL.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLVMIUA, April 20, 18?7.
AN ELECTION will bc held bv tho Citv
Council, on TUESDAY EVENING, the
7th of May proximo, for CHIEF OF PO?
LICE. Applicants for tho position will
die their applications, naming their suro-|
ties, at this oftlco, on or before that date.
Bv order of the City Council.
April 28 J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
IOVERS ?i THF. GOOD THINGS OF
j THIS LIFE -?it have their wants sup?
plied at the ivbove-niimcd RESTAURANT. |
Everything connected with the house is in
best order. MEALS served at short notice.1
Private dinner and supper rooms attached, :
OYSTERS, FISH, (".AML and MEATS
prepared in every st\lc.
Thc best of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE,
choice SKOALS and TOBACCO on hand.
vs- FREE LUNCH ev, rv dav al ll
o'clock. T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
HARDWARE AT COST.
THF. balance of nnrA**
'stock of HAHDWARE^jjr*
.will be sold nt COST, irv x>
JOST STATE BILLS TAKEN AT PAR. -U.i
March 2'.? E. A G. 1). HOPE.
ONE THOUSAND gallons choice CUBA
200 gallons Now Orleans. SYRUP. For
sale low. E. A G. D. HOPE.
ALE ANB PORTER.
ONE HUNDRED doz. EDINBURG ALE,
at $2.50 per dozen.
50 doz. LONDON PORTER, at $3.00 per
dozen. Quality very superior, and for sale
in quantities to suit purchasers. .
April G J- & T. R. AGNEW.
PRINTS, from. 12} to 20 cents.' '
Bleached Longcloth, 12} to 20 cents.
Colored Muslins, 12\ to 75 cents.
Ladies' Hose, 12}c. to 11.30.
Misses' Hose, 25c.- something extra.
Pantaloon Goods, (Men's,) 23c. to $1.
" " ' (Boys',) 23c. to $1.
Trunks, from il.GO to $20.
Swiss Muslin, 25c. to cl.50.
Naiusook Muslin-every grade and price.
Jaconet Muslin-a beautiful and attract?
Corded, Dotted, Embroidcre and Tuck?
ed Swiss, 37c. to $2.
Linen Cambric-all prices.
" Lawns- " "
Tho finest collection of the following:
Bombazines, Alpacas, Crapes,
Challies. Berages, Sheer Lawns,
Printed Muslins, Silks,
Jaconet, Swiss and Naiusook Bands,
Edgings and Insertions,
Linen Embroidered Bands, Edgings and
Real Lacea, in Honiton Guipure,
Maltese Eng. Thread,
Valenciennes and imitation of the same,
Tablo Damask, Bleached and Brown,
Toilet Towels, Doylies, Napkins, Gloves,
Table Covers, Curtain Damask,
Emb'd Curtain Muslin and Lace do.,
Linen Sheetings and Pillow Casings,
Hoop Skirts, Ladies' Hats, (wholesale,)
Men s Straw, Leghorn and Panama Hats,
Family Colognes and Extracts,
Castil? and Toilet Soaps.
Superior and approved makes of
Thread, Neodles, Pins, Buckles, 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, Ac, embroidered on
The most attractive style of Lace Col?
lars, with Embroidered Collars, nt PRICES
THAT ARE ASTONISHINGLY LOSY.
In addition, we offer to merchants a
beautiful Uno of DOMESTICS-having thc
sale of several well known and popular
makes of Brown Goods. YVe can offer in?
:FL. O- SHIVER.
li. & W. C. SWAFFIBLD
.H. <5 mov o cl.
Large and Commodious Store recent?
ly fitted up for them on Main
Street, next to C. A. Bedell's,
AND ABE OPENING A
Large and Elegant Stock of
H ats 7
ASTONISHINGLY LOW i
THE BEST STOCK OF
BOYS' AMI MW CLOTHING.
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY!
SS? ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF
BATS IN THE MARKET. "33
Call and ace for yourselves. April (j
_?3L IXL mr* lAnition 2
ANEW and complete assortment just
An elegant 'assortment of FISHING
TACKLE-Rods, Reels, Bobs, Hooks,
Lines, Ac. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT.
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. B.-Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and neath- cxc?ulcd.
Soda Biscuit, Sugar Crackers, &c.
QA BBLS. SODA BISCUIT, SUGAR
OU CRACKERS, Butter and Boston
Crackers, j;>>t rc . ?ved and for sale low by
the barrel or nt retail by *
Mareil 16 J. & T^B. AGNEW.
Gibson's Patent Cultivator Plows.
.H ST received, a sup
plv of thi ne SUPERIOR
IMPLEMENTS -thc ad?
vantage from nsing which
is FIFTY PER CENT, in
horses and hands. For sale by the agents,
March 3 J. St T. R. At ?N EW.
Family Flour, &c
mWENTY bbls. FAMILY FLOUR, unex
I celled in quality.
25 bbls. good BROWN SUGAR, nt 12Jc.
por pound. Received to-dav and for sale
by C. IL BALDWIN A CO.
T?ema?u o/" a Orecery Store.
By JACOB LEVIN.
THIS MORNING, st 1' o'clock, I wUl nell,
at my store, to cloeo a concoru.
Bacon Hides and Shouldors.
Bbls. and boxes llyo Whiskey.
Chewing Tobacco, Soap, Seg'ars.
Pickles, French Mustard.
Smoked Herring?. Oysters.
Blacking, Shot, Shoo Brushes. .
Spicos, Fig Blue, Tin Measures.
Kerosene Oil, cans and barrels.
Platform Counter Scales, and a variety
of other articles. May 1
J)ry Goods, ?lats, Cataimere?. dtc.
By LEVIN & MIKE LL.
ON THURSDAY MORNING next, 2d Mav,
at 10J o'clock, wo will sell, at the store of
James G. Gibbes, in order to change the
business and to close consignments,
Sundry articles of DRY GOODS, consist
in g of :
Dress Goods, of various qualities and
Bleached and Brown Shirtings.
Cambrics and Muslins.
Felt Hats, Black and Colored.
Letter and Can Paper.
Lead Pencils, Pen-holders.
Pant and Shirt Buttons, Neck-Ties.
Suspenders, Fancy Cassiineres.
. , Melton Cloths, linen Drill.
Merino and Gauze Under-shirts.
Drawers, Silk and Linen Haudkorchicls.
Linen Bosom Shirts, Gent's Half Hose.
Smoking and Manufactured Tobacco, all
Glass Tumblers, Window Glass.
Kerosene Lamps and Glasses.
Soap, Starch. Pipes, Mustard.
Liquors of all kinds, in cases and bois.
Mosquito Netting, rolls Matting.
Damask Tablo Cloths, Doylies, Ac.
A lot of Hardware-Hoes, Pad-Locks,
Terms liberal, and will bc made known
on day of sale._ April 30
BY virtue of sundry writs of jU ri facias
tome directed, I will sell, before thc
Court House, in Columbia, within thc
legal hours of sale, on thc FIRST MON?
DAY and TUESDAY in Mav next, thc
FOLLOWING PROPERTY, to*wit:
A Lot of Land, containing one acre,
moro or less, and thc. buildings thereon,
in thc city of Columbia, known as the resi?
dence of W. R.dlergliolz; bounded South
by Daniel Crawford, West by estate of
Charles O'Noale, deceased, North by Upper
Street, and East by Assembly street. Le?
vied on as thc property of Wm. R. Bcrg
holz, at tho suit of Peter Ambs, tho State
of'South Carolina and the city of Colum?
bia-the two latter for taxes vs. W. R.
A I-F o,
A Lot of Land, in tho city of Columbia,
containing half an acre, more or less;
hounded on the Weat bv Samuel V\ addcR's
i lot, North by Mrs. Kl G. Brevard's lot, .
East by Mrs. S. W. A. Logan's lot, and
South hy Taylor ht reit. Levied on as thc
property of Mrs. Matilda Fowles, at the
I suit of the State of South Carolina VS.
Mrs. Matilda Fowles.
One acre of Land, mon- or lobs, in th?
city of Columbia; bounded South by Tay?
lor street, Westby Marion street, North bj
the burnt Christ 'Church, East by Samuel
Waddell's lot. Levied on as the property
or the estate of O. M. Roberts, at the suit
I of tho city ol Columbia vs. tho estate o!
O. M. Roberts for taxes.
I A House and Lot. containing one acre,
finorc or less, in the city of Columbia;
i bounded North by Laurel "street, East by
j lot of the estate of Charles. Beck, South by
I lot of the estate of John Bryce, and We s;
? by Bull street. Lovied on ns thc property
or the estate of Wm. C. Freeman, at thc
suit of tho State of South Carolina vs. tht
estato of Wm. 0. Freeman for taxes.
One Lot of Land, containing one acre,
more or less, in thc city of Columbia:
hounded South by Washington street.
Westby Sumter Street, North by the Bap?
tist Church, and East by the Female Aca?
demy. Levied on as the property of the
estate of Dr. John IL Boatwripht, at the
suit of tho State of South Carolina and the
city of Columbia vs. thc estate of Dr. John
H. Boatwi .ght for taxes.
Four acres of Land in the city of Colum?
bia; bounded North bv Lumbor street.
East by Gist street, -South by Richland
street, and Wost by Pinckuey street. Le
vieil on as thc property of Eli Towe r, at
the suit of thc city of Columbia vs. Eli
Tower for taxes.
A House and Lot in the city of Colum?
bia, containing one-fourth of an acre, more
or less; bounded North by Blanding street.
East by Wm. Sloano, South by the Hebrew
Benevolent Society, and West by Josoph
Taylor. Levied o? as thc prope rty of John
A. Moore, at the suit of tho city of Colum?
bia vs. John A. Moore for taxes.
One Lot, containing one-fourth of au
acre, in thc city of Columbia; bounded East
by Sumter street, 59 feet front; South by
Richard Winni's lot; West by Estate of
Henry Hunt; and North by lotof Estate of
Alexander Keenan. Levied on as the pro?
perty of th? Estate i-f E. T. Malone, at the
snit "of tho City of Columbia vs. Estate < :
E. T. " lone for taxes.
A Tract of Land, containing 400 acres,
moro or lesa, ::i Richland District, four tc :.
miles below Columbia; bounded on th(
South and South-west by tho Congar?
River: North and North-east by Enitord'.
Crcck and by lands formerly of. tho Estate
of John Singloton, deceased. Levied on as
the property ol Stanton Sz Ware, at the
suit of the" Stat? of South Carolina vs
Stanton St Ware for taxes.
A Lo! t Land, in tho city of Columbia
containing throe-fourths of an acre, mi :
or Uss: bounded East bv Bull street: S .uti
by Taylor street; West by lot of Mi?
lcowie."*: and North by Mrs. K. G. Brevaril
Levied on as tho property of'Mrs. S. W. A
Logan, nt the suit of tho State of South
Carolina vs. Mrs. S.W. A. Logan for taxes
A Traci of Land, in Richland District, c. n
taming Too acm, more or h-ss, tu arOadi
1 ?len; bonnded South by lands of Fainu?
I Adam.-; West hy Daniel Zeigler; North !>;.
J. U. Adams; aiid East by Green K. Wil?
liams. Levied on as ?he property ol W. B.
Elkins ft Co., and W. B. Elkins, at tho sail
of the State of South Carolina for tax? -
Terms Cash. J. E. DENT, S. h. D.
The remaining defaulting tax-payara will
take notice that, if tho State taxes for
1805 an- not immediately paid, levy and
sale will bo ni.uk- ?all -day June next.
April ll t
A SMALL invoke of genuine HAVANA
J\. SIX ?Alis, f. r sal?: bv
Mareb -Ji" E. *v G. D. HOPI'
GINGER it PS, CRACKERS, Ac.
TUST rec i, a fresh' assortment '
t) GINGER ol. A PS, CREAM CRACKERS.
Sugar Cracker-. Soda Biscuit' Boeton and
Butter Cracker- J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.