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( cullie Despatches.
V LONDON, May 1.--Gladstone's re
Y3?mti?n was^ adopted by sixty-five
majority."* Disraeli said the minis?
ters needed time to decide' what
COUTSO to pursue; the House accord?
ingly adjourn^| uutil Monday uex.t.
Tho papers ccBisider tho division a
decisive one. Disraeli has gone to
Osborne to nonsuit thekQ:ieen.
. Official despatches have been rp<
oeived from the lud?an Govern moot,
which state that Yakoop Khan has
obtainod an important victory over
the Russians, nndoxpelled them from
XI WH Item*;
RICHMOND, May 1.-Tho ball of
?Jefferson Davis will be renewed in
tho United States Circuit Court to?
morrow. Mr. Davis will not appear
in person. The trial, it is cou?dent
,ly stated, will be fixed for the last of
May or middle of June, and will cer?
tainly take place.
AUGUSTA, May 1.-General Meade
has issued au order to convene ?
board of officers at Atlanta, on the
4th instant, to count .the registered
votes, and report the officers elected
te' tho Commanding General. The
board is empowered to examino into
tho conduct of the election, frauds,
etc., and report the facts to Meade.
The board has power to send for per?
sons and papers, and all authority
necessary to muko the investigation.
. WASHINOTON, May 1.-Registra?
tion, as it progresses, shows increas?
ing white majority.
In the impeachment court, then
were no preliminary proceedings,
Evarts resumed his argument, anc
will conclude to-day; wheu Stanbert
5 P. M. -Evarts closed at 3 o'clock
After recess, Stanbery commenced
saying that, although feeble in health
an irresistible impulse urged him on
Unseon but friendly hands sustuinei
him, and voices, inaudible to others
be heard whispering ^of hopo am
confidence, and saying or seeming ti
say, "Feeble champion of the right
bold not back; remember, the meo i
not always to the swift, nor the bat
tie to the strong. Remember, a sic
gie pebble from abrook was enougl
to overthrow the giaut that dene
the armies of Israel."
Tho public debt has decrease
$8,000,000. Coin ou hand, SSi.OOO
000; currency, ?23,000,000. Custom
receipts for tho week ending th
25th, $3,484,000; rovenue to-dm
In the House, thc Alta Vella res<
lotions were resumed. Brooks d
vided his hour among the Democrat
and moved tho previous questioi
but it was not seconded. An auiem
mont was offered, which opened
freo debate. Logan opened, and wi
called to order for using tho wor
"villainous;" he took it back; tl
speech was very hittor. Butler toe
the floor, and accused Brooks
robbing his partners. Butler ask<
Brooks, if, while Butler was fightin
Brooks, iii this House, did not ct
him (Butler) a gold robber. Broo
replied, ' 'Yes; and I made you disgorj
$50,000 to a citizen of Now York
Crimination and recrimination f<
loweil, when the Speaker calli
Brooks to order. Brooks didi
kuow why tho Speaker had not call
Butler to order. Brooks didn't kn<
how ho was to get satisfaction. 1
could not get it personally from
man like Butler, who had beou whi
ped at his house in Massachusetts,
a bricklayer, for insulting the bric
layer's wife. The resolutions wi
tabled ~^0 to 26. During the doha
EldridJrT called Logan no gontlemc
and Logan callod Fldridgo a blac
BALTIMOUE, May 1.-John Broo'
tho famous snake fancier, was bitl
by a pet rattle-snake to-day, and d:
in fifteen minutes.
BUFFALO, May 1.-The propel
Governor Cushman explodod to-d
SAN FRANCISCO, May 1.-1
steamer Colorado sailed for Pana
to-day, with 8090,000 in treasu
Burlingame, with tho Chinoso n
sion, is aboard.
PULASKI, April 2S.-A destruct
fire broke out on the East side of
public square, about 1 o'olock, t
moruing, consnmiug the outire blt
of building-; on that side, consist
of thirteen business houses. 1
total loss is estimated at $100,(
Not moro than one-third of the j
percy destroyed was insured. '.
Aro is supposed to have been
work of an incendiary. In com
tion with the conflagration, a she
iug report reached tins city yes
day, to tim effect that during
, progress of tho destructive olemi
I ii wbito woman and her daugl
' vero seized aud ravished by a pi
of negroes, and that ono of tho
fortunato creatures had l?nco d
while tho other was not expecto<
Tho towns ulong the line of
Nashville and Decatur Railroad
one after another being swept i
tornadoes of lire, and tho destruc
of property far exceeds any
hitherto known in their long hist
Only a short time since, a consii]
bio portion of Franklin was hui
ashes, and now a Iorgo part of
business portiou of Pulaski is a 1
f ! smoulclerinaj ruin*.
TS I i ' A. -i
FINANCIAL, AND COMERCIAL.
Nsw YOBS;, May 1-Notin.-Gold |
oponed,st 39%. Stocks active. Flour j
duli and drooping. Corn a shade |
firmer. Mess pork 29@80.> Xnrdj
firmer, at I8}.,'fai9?<. Cotton steady, |
at32}? for middliuguplauds. Freghts j
firm- ? ' . '
7 P. M.--Cotton steady; * sales:
1300 bales, at 32,^. Flour dull-,
Southern common'to fair extra 10.25
<?jl0.4Q. Corn-r-Southeru white L15 j
EfJo.lt; Yellow email@example.com. Oatsdull,
84. Pork dull-new 29.25; old
?28^ Lard firmer, at 18'... Freights
lower-cotton sail 5-32. Gold 39;<j'.
CHARLESTON, May 1.-Cotton ac?
tive, and l.<o. better-sales 60 bales;]
middling 8?>?@33; receipts 202.
AUOCSTA, May 1.-Cotton market
dull;, sales 05 bales; receipts 55
LIVERPOOL, May 1-Noon.-Cotton
dull and prices unchanged; aales of I
the week 86,000 bales, including
23,000 for export nud 11,000 for spe?
culation; stock in port 526,000-bf |
which 341,000 aro American. Ship?
ments of cotton from Bombay, ac?
cording to correoted returns, since
last report, up to April 17, are 30,400.
LIVERPOOL, May 1-Evening.
Cotton quiet; prices same-sales i
10,000 bales; uplauds 12><.'@12?c; !
Orleans 12%. Manchester advices
un favorable. Total stock afloat for
English ports 325,000, whereof 90,000 j
LONDON, Maj* 1-Evening.-Con?
sols 93%@94. Bonds 78@78??.
Report for Week ending Friday, May 1
PIICESIX OFFICE, ConcainiA, S. C., MAY 2.
There has been very little doing in cotton
during tho past week, tho salea only roach?
inp 201 bales, aa follows: 5 nt 23; 4 nt 24$;
6 at 23$; 17 at 25] ; 4 at 2Gj; 12 at 20> ; 12 at
27; 3 at 27.' ; 10 at 27i; 20 at 28.1; 13 ut 28.1 ;
33 at 29; 83 at 29$; 13 at 29$; 37 at 29.;.; 23
at 29.}; 12 at 30; 3 at 31 L
All oiher articles of country produce are |
in good demand, Willi a fair supply in thc
The following buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Hank Notes", ia propared by Gregg,
Palmer A Co., Brokera:
Hank of Camden.20
Bank of Charleston.19
Bank Of Chester. (i
Hank of Georgetown. S
Hank of Newberry.30
Bank bf South Carolina. 8
Hank of Slate of South Carolina, fold,]., c.
Hank of State of South Carolina, I new, J. 1
Hank of Hamburg. 10]
Commercial Hank. 1
Exchange Hank. 8 1
Planters' Hank. 4 |
Farmers and Exchange Hank. 1
State Hauk. ll
Union Bani:.70 I
South-Wc stei n liailroad Hank, [old,J_38
People's .:15 I
Planton and Mechanics.Iti
\\ hoi i- li: l*rlcc<? Current.
COllUECTED WEEKLY 11Y
TUE COLUMBIA BO AUB OF TRADE.
APPLES-Per bushel.1 25 ?Ol 60
HAGGING-Gunny, per vard.. ? 25
Dundoo " ? 30
HALE ROPE-Manilla, per ll).. 26 O?
N.Y.orWcst. " 15? IK
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.. 70 ?
Countrv, " .. 83 @ 40
BACON-narau, per lb. <<t.
Bides " . 18 ? 19
Shoulders, " . 10 @ 17
HHICKK-Per 1,001).9 00? 12 00
CANDLES-Sperm, per Ui_ 37 Of. 4">
Adamantine, " .. 22 CJO 23
Tallow, " .. 18 OD 2(1
COTTON YAUN-Per hunch. .1 70 Orl 90
COTTON'-Strict Middling, pr ll) 30.}? 31
Middling, " 29j? 30
Low Middling, ?? 29 ?
Good Ordinary, " 28 @ 28.J
Ordinary, " 25 O? 27
CHEESE-Englibh Dairv, per lhl9 ? 20
r*actorv, " 19 O? 20
COFFEE-Bio, per Ih. 23 ? 27
Laguayra, " . 28 ? 30
.lava, * " _ 40 O? 45
FLOUR-Countrv, per bbl. .14 G0?14 50
GUAIN-Corn, per bush.1 40?1 50
Wheat, " .1 C5@2 00
Oats, " .90 fi?l 10
Peas, " .1 25?l 50
tl AY-Nortnnrn, per cwt.
HIDES-Drv, per lb..12$? 18
Oreen. '* . 8
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00?1 25
LAUD-Per 1L>.19 O? 20
LUMBElt -Boards, per 100 ft.. 1 50
Scantling, " .. 1 50
Shingles, por 1,000.. 2 75
LIME-Per bbl.2 700X2 80
MOLASSES -Cuba, per gallon. 58?60
New Orleans, " 1 00?1 25
Suirar Hoiifie. " .. 75? I 25
NAILS -Vi v kau.(5 50?8 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. ?2 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 00? 70
Machinery " _ 75?1 CO
POTATOES-hirth, per bushel.l 75?2 00
Sweet, " . i:>(<t. KO
BICK-Carolina, por lb. 9? ll
Last India. " .
SPECIE -Gold.1 40?
Silver.1 30^.1 35
snOT, per bag. ?3 50
SALT- liverpool, por sack.2 50?
SOAP-Per*. 9 ? 12
HIM HITS-Alcohol, per gall?n 0 00
Hran.lv, " .4 00@12 00
Hollaiid Gin, " .. .5 00?7 00
American " " .. .3 50?4 00
Jamaica Kum, " .. .0 00?7 00
N*. E. M " ...3 50?8 75
Bourbon \Yhiwk.-y it 50@4 SO
Monongahela. " . 3 75? 1 00
Rectified " .. .2 50?2 75
SUG All-Crushed, per lb.19? 20
Powdered, " .19 ? 20
Brown. ".12$? 17.V
STAUCH-Per ll).io? 12J
TEA-Oreen, per lb.1 00?2 00
Black, '. .1 0()?1 50
TOBACCO-Chowing, per lb_50? 1 25
Smoking, " .r>o?i oo
VIXEOA15 Wino, pe;- gallon... 70? 75
Cider, ?* _80? 60
French, " .1 26?l 50
WINE Champagne, per ba?Ut.25? -.2 00
Port, por gallon.3 00?5 (Hi
SIM i rv, " .3 50?G 00
Madeira, '* .3 60?0 oO
MEATS Pork, per lb. 15
Beor. ".8 ?12i
Mutton, *' . 12$
IW'l TUV - Turkey0, per pair.
buring " .
Chickens, " .30?35
Geese. " _
ai?MB HUMID i WI i W%\ f
". Th? Defence of the President.
Andrew Johnson has boen fortu->
nate in thevelection of his advocates.
Among tho able speeches which coun?
sel have put forth in his behalf, the
effort of Mr. 'irocsbeck Stands pro?
minent. Thelollowiug was tho clos?
ing portion of his address, which is
said to haye excited general adinira
But. said the gentleman wild ad?
dressed you tho day before yesterday,
(Mr. B?ntwell,) ho was enger for the
pacification aud to restore theSanth.
! I deny it, in the sense in which the
gehtlemau presented it as being cri?
minal. Here, too, the President fol?
lowed reason and took the path in
which were the foot-prints of Mr.
T.?M/.'O.? which wasligb^ecsd b\
tho radinuce of that divino utterance
of Mr. Lincoln'?-, "charity toward?
all, malice towards none." He wa<
eager for pacification. Ho knew thal
the war was ended; tho drams wer?,
all silent; tho arsenals were all shut
the noise of the cannon had diet
away; the army was disbanded; noi
a single enemy confronted us in tin
field, and he was eager for pacifica
tiou. The hand of reconciliutioi
was stretched out to him and he tool
it. Was this kindness, this forgive
ness, a crime? Kindness a crime
Kindness is omnipotent for good
more powerful than gunpowder o
cannon; kindness is statesmanship
kindness is tho high statesmanship o
heaven itself. The murder of Sinn
did but terrify and distract. It i
the kindness of Calvary that subdue
and pacifies. What shall I say ot' thu
man? He has over walked in th
path and by tho light of tho Const:
tution. Themariuer, tempest-tosse
on the seas, is not more sure to tin?
to the stars for evidence, than tho ma
in tho trials of public life to look t
the star of thc. Constitution. Ho dot
love the Constitution. It hi
been the study of his life. He is u<
learned or scholarly, like many ?
you. Ho is not a man of many ide:
or much speculation, but he is a ran
of intelligence. He is a patriot s
coud to no one of you in the measui
of bis patriotism. He may be fi
of errors. I will not canvass now li
views. He loves his country, and,
believe, would die for it if need b
His courage and his patriotism a
not without illustration. My ci
league referred the other day to tl
scene which occurred in this Chai
ber, when he alone, of ?ll the Sen
tors from his section, roiuaincd, ai
even when his own State had secede
That is a trial|which many of you,
reason of your locality and your lil
long associations, know nothing. H<
his voice rang ont in this hnll on tl
occasion, in the hour of alarm, a
in denunciation of tho rebellion! ?
he did not remain here; this wai
pleasant and easy position. He ch<
a more difficult and arduous and ]
riions service. That was a trial
his courage aud patriotism of wh?
some of you who now sit in jndgm<
upon him know nothing. I hi
thought thoso who dwell at tho Xor
at a safe distance from the collisi
of war, kuew but little of its act
trying dangers. Wo who lived ui
the border knew it. Our hori;
was always rod with flame, aud it \
sometimes borne so near us that
felt it upon tho outstretched ha
Mr. Johnson went into the very I
ders of tho war, and there he ser
his country long and well. WI
of you has doue more? Not c
There is ono among you whose
vices, as I well know, cannot be o
estimated, and I withdraw all c
parison; but it is enough to say 1
his services wore greatly needed,
it seems hard, it seems cruel, tba
should be struck here upon tl
miserable technicalities, or that
body who has served his country
borno himself well and bravely, sin
be treated as a criminal and <
domned upon these miserable char
Even if he had committed a a
against tho laws, his services to
country entitle him to somoconsi
ation. But ho has precedents
everything he has dono-excel
precedents. Tho voices of the f.
dead como to us from their gm
sanctioning his course. All our
history approves it. How can
singlo out tiiis man now, in this
dition of things, and brand hiu
foro tho country? Will you put
brand upon him because ho mut
ad interim appointment and attc
ed to rem ovo Edwin M. Stantor
can at a single glauco, Senators
my eye on many of you who w
not endure the position which
President occupied. You did
think it right yourselves. You fri
this very civil tenure act to
every President his own Cabinet
then the President's wholo crir
that ho wants an olficer in tho
Department with whom he can
mnnicato on public business nm
tortain frioudly relations. Sen:
I nm tired, and no doubt you
There is a great deal crowding c
for utterance; but it is not fror.
head, it is rather from my heart
would be but a repetition of wi
havo boon saying this last half
Andrew Johnson, administrad
tho Presidential office, is to r
nothing in comparison with thc
siblo consequences of your actv.
tho government of the country,
good can come of a conviotic
these articles of impeachment
how much will the heart of tho
? . ' . ':.
try rejoice if it lea rn H that the Senate
of the United States waa not unmind?
ful, amid tho storm and passion and
Btrife of this hour, of tho Constitu?
tion, of its country and of its own
dignity. .> .
Tit? ImprnclimMil Pottry.
The dry details of law, precedents
and legal authorities in the tedious
and wearisome arguments on the
impeachment have ljeen somewhat
oulivenod with poetical quotations,
in which Messrs. Butler, Curtis and
Boutwell indulged a little, but in
which Mri Nelson, of Tennessee, and
Logau, of Illinois, especially iu the
?l?ments overhead, including thun?
der and lightning, bear off the palm.
Thus quotes Mr. Nelson:
From peak to peak the ruffling crags
Leaps the live thunder; not from
ono lono cloud.
But every mountain now hath found
Aud Jura answers through bei
Back to the j?'ous Alps, who call tc
Like some tall cliff that lifts its awfu
Swells to the vale and midway meet
Though round its breast the rolliu;
clouds are spread,
Eternal snnshiue settles on its head.
And yet again:
Though iu that cloud were thnnder'
And charged with lightnings, let thor
And yet again quotes the poetict
Forever and ?mor. of grief subduec
There comes a token like a scorpio
Scarce seen, but with fresh bitte;
And slight withal may be the though
Back to the heart the might whic
it would fling
Aside forever. It may be a ROUE
Alone of music, summer eve or spr?U|
The wind, the wave of ocean, whic
Striking the electric chain wherewii
we are darkly bound.
And yet once moro he gives h
The how or why wo know not, u
Homo to its cloud this lightning
All this completely demolish
Messrs. Sumner and Dawes, of Mi
suchnsetts, in their recent simultan
otis quotation in each house of tL
I hear a lion in the lobby roar,
Say, Mr. Speaker, shall we shut t
But the flory Logau, "half hoi
and half alligator," in a single vol
applied to Andrew Johnson, deu
fishes Nelson as follows:
I am the rider of tho wind,
The stirrer of the storm;
The hurricane I loft behind
Is yet with lightning warm.
We think, however, that the c
versation of Mothor Goose with 1
witch flying in the air on a bro
would have been better, viz:
"Old woman, old woman, old i
mau," said I,
"Whore are you going, you sow
"To sweep the cob-webs from the s
But 1 shall bo back again by and b
And we aro rather suprisod t
Mr. Nelson forgot that famous
scriptiou in the register of the M;
moth Cave of Kentucky, (not
from Ten nee joe,) which reads as
Mammoth Cave, oh! what a spotl
In summor cold, in winter hot.
Let tho engl? scream, "Oh! wh
Andrew Jackson, Aro and thundo
In conclusion, Mr. Chief Jusl
we expect that tho winding up r
cal negro chorus of tiiis impeachn
Old Andy's gone, ha! ha!
And Old Ben's come, Lo! ho
It must bo now de kingdom c
And de year of jubilo!
JJVt??o York lierai
A DESPERATE ENCOUNTER TN Nc
(.\\ KOLI NA.-Information has 1
received by telegraph from N
Carolina that, on Sunday la?
desperato encounter occurred in
County, of that State, wherein
persons wore killed and two I
wounded. It appears that a d<
ratio named Carnoy or Kearney, <
for many months, has ovaaett
civil officers of the law when
sought to arrest him for the vni
crimes which he had committed,
finally tracked to his lair by a Ut
States officer and a squad of sold
Evidently determined not tobet
alive, ('arney, with his sou and
in-?aw, blockaded themselves in
house, and refused all summoi:
surrender. On attempting to 1
into tho promises, tho military \
were fired upon; ono of their nu
was killed, and tho officer comm
ing tho squad wouuded. Tho
was returned, and the desperado
his son-in-law killed, and tho
St. George's Church, Bee)
street, New York, is a sbibie.
A cottage in Lack! ord, fourteen
miles from Cincinnati, the residence
I of a colored man named John i
Thidson, waa burned on Friday.
Two of his children? a boy ten
I months and a girl three years old,
I wore burned to death. The Aro
occurred ot 6 o'clock a. m., during
I tho temporary absence of their mo?
A CHILD WITH A MOUSTACHE.-;
There is a female child li ft cen months
old, not far from this place, with a
moustache. It is black, and about a
quarter of an iuoh long; though the
hair on the head of the child is rod.
It was only a few days coming.
A flock of pigeons, coveringaspaco
of twelve miles iu length and fifty
fe?.?k in breadth, pessod cvsr Wells?
ville, Tioga County, Pa., ono day
Congress, at presont, has among
] ita members thirteen major-generals,
! fifteen brigadiers, six colonels and
eleven officers oi lower grades.
The 'lasses caudy wedding is wheu
thc first baby is big enough to lick.
Extract from the miuutes of tho
stockholders of the Granitoville
Manufacturing Company, met iu
annual convention, in Grauiteville,
April 23, 18?S:
The committee ou so much of the
report of the President as refers to
the death of tho late President, WIL?
LIAM GREGG, Sn., ESQ., beg leave
That the occasion of the present
meeting should not pass without
some tribute to the memory of ono
who was the founder of thc manu?
facturing interest of Grauiteville,
j and was associated with them in all
their relations until the period of his
death. They, therefore, propose the
following resolutions for tho adap?
tion of this meeting:
Resolved, That the stockholders of
the Grauiteville Manufacturing Com?
pany have painfully felt the loss that
has been experienced in the removal
of their late President, William
Resolved, That while by tho virtues
of his private life he had endeared
himself to many by his far-sighted
sagacity, his untiring energy, and his
devoted attention to the interests of
this Company, he has established a
claim upon the gratitudo and esteem
of all its stockholders, which will
never bo cancelled.
Resolved, That his kindness to the
poor of the town, his fatherly caro of
its children, his deep interests in its
school and churches, his earnest ef?
forts for the advancement in morality
of its inhabitants, have left us a
bright example of the fuct that the
interests of capital aro perfectly con?
sistent with the best welfare of labor;
and that gain may bo earnestly pur?
sued at the same time that tho better
ends uf life uro not, forgotton.
Resolved, That a page of tho
minute book of the Company be de?
dicated to his memory.
Resolved, That the Secretary of
this Company be directed to furnish
a copy of these resolutions to his
bereaved family, with tho earnest
assurance of our sympathy for their
loss; and that tho preamble and reso?
lutions be published iu the popers of
Augusta, Charleston and Colombia.
# * * * *
JAMES H. GILES,
Sec'y. Granitoville Mau'g. Com'p.
AT tho COLUMBIA ICE HOUSE
ut reduced prices, by the 150 lbs.
All orders from the country promptly
attended to, when the cash accompa?
nies tho order.
JOHN 1). BATEMAN, Agent.
JC?g"" Newberry Herald, Abbeville
Press, Cheater Standard, Greenville
Mountaineer, Spartanburg Spartan,
Anderson Intelligencer and Charlotte
Times, copy four times and send
poper uud bills to John D. Bateman.
Qreenbrier White Sulphur Springs,
Greenbrier County, Wost Yirqinia.
1VHE undersigned, Lessees of this
- old and well known WATERING
PLACE, announce that, encouraged
by the liberal patronage received last
season, they have largely added to
their accommodations, in comfort
and in appearance, and aro prepared
to entertain 1,500 guests.
Tho BATHING ACCOMMODA?
TIONS are in fine order. ? HOT and
WARM SULPHUR BATHS, so emi?
nently efficacious in many cases, are
at thc command of visitors at all
hours. In addition to other amuse?
ments, thej' have provided a new and
elegant BOWLING ALLEY and
BILLIARD ROOM, conveniently
located. Prof. Rosenberger^ cele?
brated FULL BRASS BAND has
been engaged for tho season. A
good LIVERY STABLE will bo kept
on tho premises.
The completion of the Virginia
Central Railroad, lo Covington,'
leaves only twenty miles staging,
through a beautiful mountain coun?
try, over a well graded turnpike.
TEirMS-$8 per day, aud $80 per
month. Children nuder ton years of
oge, and colored servants half price.
White servants according to acjora
modnrious. PEYTON ?V CO.
May 2 *15
The New County of Pickens.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, Cotnniis
-*? sionera appointed by the Conven?
tion to select and locate tho County
Site for the new Pickens County, will
sell to tho highest bidder, at the new
location, on THURSDAY, the 25th
of Juno next, the LOTS at Pickens
Court House, comprising respectively
half acre, one and two acre lots,
The location ?B near Hunter's store,
between Town and Wolf Creeks,
fourteen miles from Old Pickens C.
H., twenty miles from Greenville C..
H., and seventeen miles from Pendle?
ton villace. in a healthy wHnn Tho
location is a most desirable one,
being situated on a beautiful plateau
aud surrounded by a fertile region,
with thrifty inhabitants.
There is ou both Town and Y\Tolf
Creeks fine WATER POWER, with
good SAW MILLS, and an abun?
dance of tho best TIMBER near by.
Tho County Site is nearly equi?
distant between Keowce and Saluda
Rivers, with a fine view of the moun?
tain scenery, and will commaud a
large and profitable trade from tho
mountains and from North Carolina.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash;
balauco in two instalments of sixty
and ninety days each. Purchasers to
give bond and surety for the pur?
chase money. Titlet? to be executed,
but not delivered until tho bond for
the parchase money is fully paid.
Purchasers to pay extra for titles
JAMES LEWIS, Chairman,
JAMES H. AMBLER,
W. T. FIELD,'
J. E. HAGOOD,
For further information, applv to
tho undersigned, at Pickens C. H.
J. E. HAGOOD,
Soc. aud Treas. Board of Com.
BY virtue of sundry writ* of fieri facias
to me directed, I will hell, on the
Fl HST MONDAY and TUESDAY in May
next, before tbe Court lionne in Columbia,
within (ho legal hours, the following pio
8 ACRES OF LAND, with the buildings
thereon, in the ou y of Columbia, and on
which ia erected alargo Machine Shop and
Foundry, and a line Dwelling House, now
occupied by tho defendant, and bounded
on tho North by Richland street and E.
W. Marshall's lot, on tho East by Gated
street and E. W. Marshall, on the South
by Laurel atroet, on tho Weat hy Lincoln
street; levied on aa the property of Wm.
Glozc, at tho unit of Edward J. Arthur vs.
Wm. Glaze. Terms cash.
All that lot, piece or parcel of Land,
upon which is sitnated tho hotel known as
the "Sbivor House," in tho city of Colum?
bia, and bounded on tho East by estate of
J. I. Walter, South hy Plain street, West
by J. C. Janney's lot and Gates street, and
North by Catholic Church lot; lovied on as
tho property of Wm. Shtvor, at the suit of
Robert C. Shi vor vs. Wm. Shiver.
2,170 acres of Land, more or lesa, in
Richland District, known as tho Rig Lake
Plantation, bounded South and W est hy
Congaree River, North by lands belonging
to J. S. Guignard, Jr., and tho estate of J.
S. Guignard, Sr., and Dr. AliYed Wallace;
on tho East hy Thos. Davis, estate James
Hates and estate of Henry Myers; levied
on as tho propertv of estate of John Sin?
gleton, at tho snit of tho State of South
Carolina for taxes.
1,100 acres of Land, more or lesa, iu
Richland District, bounded North hy
McCrae, North-east by H. Rowan. South?
east by D. Wilson, South by D. W. Wray,
South-wost by D. W. Lodinghani, North
and North-west hy T. Drown and lira.
Goulding; levied on as tho property of
Mrs. F. C. Ledingham, at tho suit of thc
State of South Carolina for taxes.
Tonna cash. F. W. GREEN,
April 12 m_8. R. D.
j Tho Theological Seminary of the Evange?
lical Lutheran Church of South Caroli?
na, and tho adjacent State, vs. Mrs.
Mary A. Rlanding, Executrix, Shubel
Bla?ding, et al.
IT appoariog tomv satisfaction that Mrs.
MARY A. BLANDING, Dr. JOHN W.
POWELL and Mrs. LUCY E. POWELL,
his wife, three of tho defendants In thia
I case, roside beyond tho limita of this
I State; it is, on motion of Messrs. Bach
man A Watios, ordered, that they plead,
answer or demur to this bill, within forty
days from the publication of this order,
or a decree pro eonfesso will bo entered
against them. D. ll. DESAUSSURE,
April 10 fto -JfA " " T1 "
Sale to ForecTolljBfcrtgage.
1). C. PEIXOTTO A SBKAntrioNKi.ns.
BY virtue of a niortglWJKn Henry M.
Gibson to me, and unJHP? the power ol'
attorney therein containeftand the agree?
ment of II. M. Gibson in tim behalf, I will
proceed to ?ell, on tho FI1U?M0NDAY in
May next, before tho CourvHouse in Co?
lumbia, at ll o'clock, tho following valu?
able real estato in Columbi", embraced iu
tho said mortgage, to wit:
All that lot of LAND aituato at the cor?
ner of Bull .iud Laurel streets, bounded
North by Laurel street, East bv Bull street,
?GUtu ?J J 1?. ? v>* T. S. ClullMMill, Y| or i ?j
a lot now, or formerly, Dr. Thorn well's.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for panel >.
April 10 MARTHA B. BRONSON.
DR. D. L. BOOZER,
HAYING obtained, from tho dif?
ferent patentees of tho profes?
sion, office rights of tho latest im?
provement in DENTISTRY, is
prepared todo all kinds of DENTAL
WORK with neatness, durability nnd
despatch, at tho vory lowest r?ttt.
Perfect satisfaction guaran teed.
Office ou Muin street, Colombia, S.
C., threo doors North of Agnew's.
May 2 lyr
Can't Break Em.
CORSET STEELS at
April 29 C, F. JACKSGtj