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. cabio Despatches.
to tho statements made' by tho Go
Tcroment, tho measures taken to pre?
vent and pnt a stop; to the late inva?
sion of tb? States of the Church by
the-Garibaldians1 havo added 18,000, -
OOO livres io the expenditure? daring
the past year. ? ' ..
Primo'Minister M."n?brea has au
.dressed a sharp note to the Spanish
Government, called forth by the
speech of Queen Isabel, at the open?
ing of th?' Cortes, in which it was
announced that Spain was ready to
interfere for tho defence of tho Papal
States. Monabrea informs the Spa?
nish Cabinet that Italy will not admit
of the. intervention of any foreign
power, save France, in whoso oase
such intervention is only allowed'by
LONDON, January 25.-The Fenian
excitement continues. The authori?
ties are exceedingly wakeful. Dairy
arrests occur. Thoa. Lemon, sheriff
of the Island of Ahlern ay, has been
The rumor is current on the con?
tinent, that Prussia has secured the
use of the United States navy, in
case of war.
Abyssinia news is to the effect that
Theodore bas been confronted by
native rebels, and a fight is imminent.
VIENNA, January 25.-Duke "Ali
brecht has been named inspector of
the Austrian army. ...
CHARLESTON, January 25.-Arriv?
ed-steamer James Ad ger, New York.
Sailed-the steamers Manhattan and
Miami, New York; steamer Falcon,
Baltimore; steamer Alliance, Phila?
delphia; ship Elizabeth Hamilton,
Liverpool; brig Fortuna, Majorca.
NEW ORLEANS, January 25.-The
bonded warehouses of J. A. Mathson
& Co. was destroyed by fire last night;
loss about $200,000.
"WASHINGTON, January 25.-In the
Senate, there was no session.
In the House, to-d?y's session was
devoted entirely to spread-eagle
speeches. . . , .
$60,000 in fractional were sent to
Charleston during the week.
Internal revenue receipts to-day
$569,000; for the week $2,500,000;
for tbe year $112,250,000.
Hons. W. L. Sharkey, E. M.
Yerger and A. H. Handy, have been
appointed to represent the Democra?
tic party of Mississippi, in the Na?
tional Democratic Committee.
1 ? * .
Tb* Reconstruction Convention?. ?
ATI?ANTA, January 25.-Convention
to-day, voted $50 to i each member
out of the $10,000 received yesterday;
the balance has been used for inci?
dental purposes. Four additional
sections of the bill of rights was
adopted. Throe candidates for Go
vorner, nnder the new Constitution,
if ratified, have been nominated.
HALEIGH, Junuary 25.-The Con?
vention has been in session nearly
two weeks, and no roport as yet on
the Constitution. Bub little done to?
Nothing of consequence transacted
in the Louisiana und Mississippi Con?
WITH the preaont style of Dressing
the ?Mir, no lady's toilet is complete
without a box of .IveerHAlR CRIMPERS.'
Wheeler & Wilson's SEWING MACHINE
NEEDLES. Gan bo obtained at the
Jan 26 INDUSTRIAL DEPOSITORY.
#ONE barrel Clear and very Pure
HONEY-something that will give
instant Relief to both CongliB and
Colds; also dolioiouB for Buckwheat Cakes.
Jan 26 mthia At E. POLLARD'S.
KIA, in want of BARGAINS in the DRY
G0OD8 line, will Und them
AT C. P. JACKSON'S.
II? wanta MONEY, and * ill SELL GOODS
Tie Ladies of Industrial Depository
~TT EEP constantly on hand the following
LY. arlioloa: Machino Sewing SUk, Colored
ard WiUto Spool Cotton, Linen and Silk
Fbss. Black Flax Thread, Crochet Cotton,
Michino Stuck Needles, Whoolor & Wilson
Saving Machine Needles, TapeBtry-Croch
et Bono and S^ol Knitting Nii^."?.-2, Pm*.
??ti.KM and lives, Assorted Tapen and
Bsvids, While Linon, Cotton and Colored
' SUr Braids, Skirt Braids, Crochot and Tat?
tim; Ti i tu ming?, Tooth and Nail Brushes,
Pari and Agate Buttons, Saxony Yarn,
Berlin Wool, Split and Single Zophyr, at
CLarleaton prices; alao, Patterns for Ta
potry Work, Scissors, Cork Soles, Chamois
Hk'n Tobacco Pouches; and a variety of
Hmdy-Mado Clothing for Gonts, Ladies
anl Children, which will be found cheap
aid well made. Jan 20
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VXITAirCXAU ?JTT) cosir?iajRtrAX..
2fcw Yous:, January ^S^^on,.--!
Flour and wheat, quiofc and un?
changed. Cora lc. lower. Mess pork
steady, ot 2^. Lard quiet,-at Wli
.CTotton firm, at 18, Freights
firm and quiet. Sterling 9'Sg.. Gold
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer; solea 6,000
bides, at Flour less active.
Wbest quiet r.?vl otou?.v. Corn ?rmge.
lower-new mixed Western 1.2oYt?
1.31. Mesa pofk firm, nt 21;70. Gold
40. Freights firm.. * ">'
BALTIMORR, January 25.-Cotton
firm, at 17^. Flour steady. Wheat
dull, but steady. Corn dull-1-white
and yellow email@example.com. .. '
CINCINNATI, January "25.-Flour
unchanged. Corn dull and lower;
no demand for shelled. Cotton net ive
and higher-middlings 16^. .
CHARLESTON, January 25.-Cotton
quiet; buyers hold off-middlings 17
@17?tv i sales 350 bales; receipts
ATJOUSTA, January 25.--Cotton
market firmer; sales 585 bales; re?
ceipts 930-middling 16>?.
SAVANNAH, January 25.-Cotton
active; light stock and restricted
business; sales 2,118 bales; receipts
Nsw ORLEANS, January 25.-Cotton
active and advanced )4-middling
Vl}i@V1%\ sales 2,500 bales; re-,
ceipts 1,100. Sngar quiet-common
12; fair 12>?; prime 13>?@14 Mo?
lasses firm-common 58@62; ohoice
7?@80. Flour dull-super 10: dnnblo
extra 14. Corn firm-white 1.07;
yellow L Gold 38^.
MOBILE, January 25.-Sales of j
cotton 3,300 bales; market bare of
cotton; closed firmer-middling 16),?
?16%; receipts 440.
LIVERPOOL, January 24-Evening.
Cotton fair business; sales 15,000
bales-uplands 1%; Orleans 8. Man?
chester advices favorable.
LONDON, January 25-3 P. M.
LITVBRPOOL, January 25-3 P. M.
Cotton more active, at an advance of
Israelite Sunday School Association
?IHE members ot the above Associ?t ion
aro roquested to attend the Annual
eting on TO-MORROW, (Sunday,) at
12 o'clock M. By order of the Pr?sident.
B. E. LEVY,
Jan 25 3_Secretary and Treasurer.
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of South
In the matter oj Joseph Mendel, by whom a
petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy
tmattVed on the 12?A day of September,
A. D. 1867, inlaid Court.
nruns is to give notice, that OD tho 18lh
JL day or September, A. D. 1867, a War?
rant in Daukruptcy was issued against the
Estate of JOSEPH MENDEL, of Colum?
bia, in tbs District of Richland and State
of South Carolina, who has been adjudged
a bankrupt on bis own petition; that the
payment of any debts and delivery of any
Eroperty belonging to such bankrupt, to
ira, i ir for his use, aud the transfer of any
property by him, aro forbiddon hy law;
that a meeting of tho creditors of tho said
bankrupt, to provo their debts, and to
choose ono or more assignees of his Estate,
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden at tho offico of Messrs. Pickling
& Pope, in Columbia, ia the District of
Richland, S. C., beforo'.Henry Rummer,
Register in Bankruptcy, on WEDNESDAY,
tho Otb day of February,J8C8, at 12 o'clock
M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United St ate? il arah al, aa Messenger.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters This Day, at
The Columbia Ice House.
.S^. /mT\ * HAVE made arrangements
X^\l?yto koop a constant supply on
WBlHr hand, tor the remainder of this
season. JOHN D. BATEMAN,
Jan 25 3 Columbia Ice House.
Hetnltah's Quern's Delight, for Tet?
ter, Pimples, Blotches, and Eruptions on
the face. '_
Fine Liquors, Segars, &c.
THE subscriber baa just made largo ad?
ditions of tho above to his atook, and
will tako pleasure ia showing his friends
the same. The purity and quality are
guaranteed in every respect, snob as
HOLLAND GIN, "Prince of Orango,"
very old and fine.
American Oin, "Old Tom." '
Ot ard, Dupuy A Co.'s Braudv, viutago of
London Dock Brandy.
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines.
Choico Old Rye Whiskey, and a full as?
sortment of low grades.
Old Jamaica Rum.
Genuino DURHAM and "BILL ARP" I
Smoking, thc best I iranda in market.
Jan 2.^ GEOROE_SYMMERS. ?
Ale ; Ale \ Ale !
?)A HALFBBLS. CLA.GGET'8 CREAM
ALE. just received direct, per Air
Lino, from th? brewery.
100 doz. Bass' Ale, in stone Jugs, at very
low ligures. For salo by
Jan 25 GEORGE 8YMMERS.
Washing and Toilet Soaps.
'\f\C\ BOXES of tho most improved and
II/U popular kinds, for sala by tho
box, for casu only, at low prices.
Jan ll E. ?O.D. HOPE.
yyt* "-r* *: 'jptQ irse *ixtrv*+-? v?:*?* j ; :-V? ,"**
j-fn'H M:l??lii>? lill- Iii' y i
? O?^fcs. THBANNIVEBBA
'??= /iMMf roi birth, will bo hold at
lui V^SB?WB^ J .*/ McKenzie's Saloon,
\?&?Pr/&J on MONDAY EVEN
MM'l?ftiy IN?- the 27th inat-'
^MBAMB^ whoa nU atlmirere or
JjSWja Barn?, Mid those who
jjfii ai.0 friendly to n ein?
HI ruction pr "Auld Lang %ne," are invitee!
lo pirticiyiic.'Ui TemIv.itie?.
A regular meeting, for the transaction of
.business, will be huid at the name placo, at
7 o'clock. Supper on the Uble at 8.
Ticke*M can bu obtained from Mesar*.
J. McKENZIE, President; OEO. BYM
MERS, Secretary, or either of the Stund
mg.Committoo. " G. A. SHIELDS,
J. L. KIRKWOOD,
Jan 1913_Standing Com mi ttee.
Hons? to Bent,
ON Blandina street. Immediately oppo?
site the Charlotte Railroad Shone,
containing 10 good-sized ROOMS. For
particular?, apply to the subscriber.
_ Jan 23 6*_JOHN ENGLISH.
_ THE large DWELLING HOUSE on
ffifjtho South-east corner of Bull and
J^Senato street?. Applv to
Jan 10 JOHNS. ORKEN.
Corn and Oats.
JUST received and for Bale:
500 bushels COHN.
300 bushels BE ED OATS.
Jan 21 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Iron and Steel.
i~\sf\aT\ LBS. Genuine Bwedos
OVJ.V_/VJ\J IRON, imported direct
from Stoo?vhvlm, riweoen.
26,000 lbs. Sheffield Plow Stool, much
better in quality than American Steel
usually sold by dealers.
For sale at low prices, bv
Jan 21 J. A T. B. AGNEW. J
~ COLUIOIATS. C.,
J ANT AHY 23, 1868.
pi UARDIAN8 and TRUSTEES are hero
\JC by required to render their annual
accounts with the estates of their wards
or eeafuil que truat, DU or before the first
day of April next.
D. B. DKBAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
OFFICIAL History of the Secret Ser?
vice. By Gen. L. C. Baker, lato Pro?
vost Marshal of the War Department and
Chief of National Polico. Announced a
year ago, bot suppressed by the Govern?
ment. Profusely illustrated. ? ascription
Two New Books, by "Brick" Pomeroy,
editor of the Lacrosse (Wis.) Democrat.
Tho First. "Sense," or Saturday Night
Musings and Thoughtful Papers.
The Second, Nonsense, or Hits and Criti?
cisms on the Follies of the Day. $1.50
Napoleon and Blucher. By L. Muhlbach.
On Doth Sides of the Sea-A New Schoen?
berg Gotta Family Book-A Sequel to
Dreytons and Davenents.
At DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
Jan 24 _ Bookstore, Columbia. S. C.
PT f \ BBLS. Pink Eye Planting POTA
tJ\J TOES, just received and for salo by
Jan 16_J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
?*f \ BRLS. FLOUR,
\JVJ 150 Sacks Flour; from best Family
to good Super.
Jan 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
ON hand, and for sale, STATE BILLS
RECEIVABLE, for all duos to tho
State. GREOG, PALMER ? CO.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED to tho
undersigned are particularly request?
ed to come forward and settle up without
delay, as indulgence has ceased to be a
virtue. E. A G. D. HOPE.
Jan 14 _
f*(\ BBLS. PINK EYES, in fine order,
Ow for salo low for ca?h.
Jan 19 _K.JcChJD. HOPE.
BOXES primo CHEESE, for retail
20 boxea English Dairv Choose, for salo
low by E.*& G. D. HOPE.
Jan 19 __
Napoleon and Bluoher.
AN Historical Novel, by Muhlbach.
A Military History of Gen. Grant, by
Col. A. Bolean, with Maps.
Evidences of Christianity in Nineteenth
Century, by Rev. Albert Barnen.
Gardening for Profit, by Henderson.
Just received and for salo at McCartor's
Bookstore, nearly opposite thc old Court
House, R. L. BRYAN.
EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, can got BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ample timo
_Dacj??_ _MARY A. Ki,Iv 1 N /c SON.
To All Whom It May Concern.
FROM and after this dato, no ordor will
bo filled nnloss accompanied by the
cash. Wo aro grateful to thoso who favor
us with their custom, and who promptly
met their engagements, but there ia a large
data who buy with the intention of never
paying, to keep clear of which we are com?
pelled to adhere strictly to our cash terms,
Which, in future, w?l he strictly enforoedto
all. J. & T. B. AGHti.'V.
Tho Duo West Female College.
jmm^ i OVER 100 nama* are hu our
/f3mk roll. Thor? in still room. Pu
I IITBM'P'1'' received nt .my tjrrici
TORS BOARDING m. per month.
^W?kr ia ..um.'ti' v, not including Fuol
C&kW ?tfd Washing.- TUITION $20
fit ll vd n>'<;;tl>H. Miir-ic. (Tiane,) $24.
Vocal Music, 1'renell and Latin taught free
of charge. J*. I, DONNER,
Jan 2? Prorfdfcnt.
Iiiluvatoiu> Springs Female High
JtEY. WM. CURTIS, LL D., PRINCIPAL.,
. - THE ensuing session of this
MLMW\ SCHOOL will commence on
Jw^Mf* WEDNESDAY, the 19th day of
<w SFebruary next.
^WtiLw I* in requested that npplica
<\?mw?r tiona for admission bo mads aa
soon aa possible to Dr. CURTIS at the
School; answers will ho returned in each
inatanen, and partios thon applied for will
bo met by Dr. CURTIS at the roost conve?
nient point on the Uno of railroad between
Charleston and Pacolot Depot, at the open?
ing Of th? Behool.
Terms, payable in advance, in currency,
per session of live months:
Board, including washing, fuel,
lights, ftc..$75 00
Tuitiou in all English branches- 25 00
Stationery, pens, ink, paper, Ac. 1 00
Tho above is required for each Pupil; Ut?
following aro optional:
Tuition on the Piano. 125 00
Uso of Plano. 2 60
Tuition on tho Quitar. 20 00
Vocal Lessons, separate. 20 00
Vocal Leesons, in clans. 10 00
Tuition in French or Modorn Lan?
guages, each. 20 00
Tuition in Drawing or Painting.20 OC
No other charge will ho made, except foi
Books and private Stationery furnished.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
?m-. THE Spring Term of this in
OlLW\ stitntion will open on tho 15th
tflJ^?feof FEBRUAIIY and close, tin
^^?Bf30th of JUNE.
]B5?r ExransEs-Ist ADVANCE.-Col
mmkW^ legiatu courses $25 to $58, cur
roney. Preparatory course?, $20 to $S2
currency. Boardinr, in private families
?)or month, $15 to $18, currency. For cata
ogue, address JOHN F. LANNEAU,
Jan 5 21 Secretary Facnlty.
Family Hams and Bacon Bides.
5CASKS first quality Sugar-Curet
5 hhds. Prime Bacon Sidos.
6 tierces Loaf Lard. For sale low, foi
cash. E. Sc Q.D.O. ?PE.
Carbanclcu ?inti bolls come from iin
pnre blood, Nature throws out these im
purities of the blood, whioh should bi
regarded as a warning. Purify your blood
by cuing Hoinitsh's Queen's Delight.
The New System
OF CASH BEFORE DELIVERY, Il
ALL CASES, adhered to by
Jan 4 FI8HER k LOWRANCE.
IletnlUh'a Crimson Tetter Wash
for Totter, Ringworm, Pimples, Worn
Snots, Rough ne-M of the Skin-a cure fo
Tetter and Ringworm._
On Consignment, with Orders to Sell
Q/\ BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
OU 10 boxes Extra Fiue Tobacco.
60 boxes Low Priced Segars.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30_ALFRED TOLLESON.
Circassian Lustre, for beautifying th
hair, for young and old; an elegant ar ti el
and cheaper than anything ?lae of th
kind. Sold by Ff sher kHciniUh._
THORBURN'S GARDEN SEED, in grei
variety, at wholoaale and retail, <
warranted quality. For sale by
Jan ll_E. ftjG_J>. HOPE.
6BBLS. Prime Whole CAROLIN A RICI
for sale by E. ft G. D. HOPE.
Jau ll_ ,_
VERY OLD JAMAICA RUM,
C\ OOD FOR EGG-NOG, at
VT Dec 24 J.O. SEEGERS ft OO.'S.
3AAA EMPTY SACKS.
.UUU FISHER k LOWBANOE.
Copeland & Beardei
HAVE ON HAND
200 bushels SEED WHEAT,
50 bags Extra Fain il v FLOUR,
1,000 lbs. New Bacon HAMS,
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
20 ?bis. Golden and Bee-hive Syrups,
Bagging and Bale Rope,
200 sacks Liverpool Halt,
10 bales Yarn. Nov 10
On Both Sides of the Soa,
ASTORY of tho time of OLIVi
CROMWELL and CHARLES 1; 1
the Schouberg Cotta Family. Trice $1.7
Love in Letters; Edited by Allan Orar
Tho Huguenots, their Settlements, I
dustries, Ac; by Samuel Smiles, author
"Lives of tho Engineers," kc. Frico ll.)
Stone? from Greek Mythologv; hy Re
J. Wood, of Edinhurg, finely illustrate
The Hngnenot F?HUV: S. nova], by Tj
?or, and somo now London Novels, 25 ai
50 cents each. For salo at
?Ian 8 _McCARTKR'S Bookstore.
Steam Engine for Sale.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, fl
horse powor, in complete order; wi
I'luo Boiler, containing 82 Flues,
Also, a CIRCULAR SAW MILL.
To be sold singly pr together. Tho E
irino can be seen at the Oong?ree In
Works, foot of Lady stTcet.
Apply to it. MCDOUGAL,
Nov 15 Columbia, S. C.
<i r"-.'X -?,- .?- ?rt - '- ht
Jicci>A, Yardi ft?tter\ CohijdT?uIl?t,
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TUESDAY MOHN INO next, at 10
o'clock, I will Boil, at my store, to clono
No. 1 Breakfast Ticccs Bacon, , t *
Superior Hame, . (
Leaf Lard, iii kegs.
Loni i.uro, m tuns,
N. C. Mullet?
Mountain Hut tar,
Tare Coin Whiskey,
No. 1 Adamantine Candle*.. . ?
No. 1 Family Soap,
Tobacco, gars, io. _\ lip 26
No. 1 Stnokiny Tobacco.
BY JACOB LEvnr.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, 28th hist., at 10
o'clock, I will sell, at my store,
5 Mils, superior Durham Tob?ceo,
100 lbs. O. B.. in lb. and y lb. paokages.
Tbe above will be positively sold without
any resorvo. _ Jan 25
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facibu% .
to mo directed, I will ?ell. on the
FI HST "MONDAY and TUESDAY in Febru?
ary next, before the Court House In Colum?
bia, within the leg ni hourn, the following
Tho HOUSE and LOT on the corner of
Gervais and Hull streets, in the eily of Co?
lombia, known as the late residence of the
defendant. Tho lot contains one Md one
third of an acre, more or less, and bound?
ed as follows: On the South by Gervais
street, on tho East by Bull street, on the
West by Dr. Leland's lot, and on the North
by Lady street.
The HOUSE and LOT on Washington
s trent, in tho city of Colafflsi*, known and
occupied as law offices, containing one
half Here, more or less, and bounded on
the South by Washington street, on the <
Wost by the Court House lot, on the North
by estate of B. W. Gibbes and Dr. J. "W.
Powell's lot?, and on the East by Mrs.
The Household and Kitchen FURNI?
TURE of the defendant, (except snch aa is
exempt from levy and sale.) and ono Piano.
Levied on us the property of John Baus
kett, deoease -, at tbe suit of W. H. Gibbes.
Wm. A. Harris et al. vs. John Bauskett.
Three aeren of LAND, with the buildingn
thereon, in the city of Columbia, and sn
which is erected a largo Machine Shop and
Foundry, and a Une Dwelling House, now
occupied by the defendant, and bounded
on tho North by Richland street and E.W.
Marshall's lot; on the East by Gates street
and E. W. Marshall; ou the South by Lau?
rel street; and on the West by Lincoln
street; levied on as the ^property nf Wil?
liam Glaze at the suit of Edwurd J. Arthur
vs. William Glaze. Terms cash.
Jan 10 f _F. W. GREEN, S. B. D.
BY virtue of sundry Tax Executions di?
rected to me, I will nell, on the FIRST
MONDAY and TUESDAY in February next,
in front of tho Court House in Colombia,
within the legal hours, the following pro?
A vacant Lot on the corner of Richard?
son and Laurel streets, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing ono acre, more or less,
and bounded on tho North by Laurel street,
on the East by Eicbard?en street, on the
South by estate of Charles Beck, and on
tho Wost by Assembly street; levied on. as
the property of Keating A Ball at the suit
of the State of South Carolina for taxes.
Ono square of Land, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing four sores, and hound?
ed on the North by Laurel street, East by
Huger street, South by Standing street,
Weet by Williams street; levied on as the
property of J. L. Lumsden at the suit of
the Stato of South Carolina for taxes.
200 acres of Land, in Richland District,
bounded on the North by E. D. Gilmore,
East by Mrs. Jones, South by E. D. Gil?
more, and Weet by Lands pf defendant;
levied on as the property of Samuel Robin?
son at the suit of tho State of South Caro?
lina for taxes.
A Lot of Land, in the oity of Columbia,
containing Ihr*?.fourths of an acre, more
or leas, bounded East by Boll street, South
by Taylor street, West bv lot of Mrs.
Fowles, and North by Mrs. K. G. Brevard;
levied on as tho property of Mrs. 8. W. A.
Logan at tho snit of the State of South
Carolina for taxes.
A vacant Lot on Richardson street, in
the oity of Colombia, bounded on the
North by estate of Charles Beck, on the
East by Richardson street, on the South
by estate nf John J. Kinsler. and on th?
Weat by Assembly street; levied on as the
proporty of Mrs. F. H. Marks, and others,
at tho suit of the State of South Carolina
A House and Lot on Richardson street,
in tho city of Columbia, at prosent ooou
Sicd by the defendaut, and bounded on tb?
[orth by Defoudant, cn the East by Tho?.
Bovne'slot, on tho South by J. A A. Oliror,
and on the West by Richardson street; le?
vied on as the property of E. Stenhouse nt
tho snit of tho Stato of South Carolina for
A Tract of Land, containing 4,400 acre?,
more or less, and bounded as follows^ On
ibu East au:: ??rth-e?st bj Lauds of John
J. Chappell, North by Lands of Mrs. Marah
Myers, and Weet and South-west by tb?
Gongaree Rivor; levied on as tho property
ot tho oitato of Jamo* O'Haiilon at th?
suit of tho State of South Carolina for
taxes,. Tonna cash. P. W. GREEN,
Jan 12 t S. K D.
DOZEN HOES assorted sizes
?\JV) and qualities, of direct importa?
tion, un hand aud for salo at extremely
iow ligures, bv J. X T. R. AGNEW.