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LONDON, May 9.-Tho Govern m eat.
in v? ligated th? alibi claitned by the
pe ti lacers for clemency, in the case
of Barett; the resnlt wa? unfavor?
able, und Barrett will be executed.
Tho betrothal of the. Princess
Louise and the Prince of Denmark
is denied, i ; '
Th& H&rald*s Abyssinian news states
that^yery building i,))] Magdala was
burned. Tho King's widow and son
were proteoted to the Tigre country..
The wounded are all doing -well.1
Theodor us was buried- in, Magdala
Church', Tfie jrou?g Prjoce, Theo
dore goes to England for an eauna
tion. \V*ben theEnglish approached,
the enemy was in gmnd nrrafc ; Th*
figb?. >y?? opened with raortere. Soon
4,000 Abyssinians, with shouts and
triumphal songs, charged the British
batteries; but were repulsed, leaving
700 killed, including two ohiofs. The
Abyssinian tactics and courage was
?ood. Theodoras now sent a flog,
emu ndiug pence Napier demanded
an unconditional surrender. v Theo?
doras replied: ."Never accept arbitra?
ry terms; rather fight;" but asked
Napier to toke the English prisoners
and go away. ? All the prisoners were
released, but the King refused to sur?
render himself. The storming of
CI?ABIJUSTON, May 9.-Arrived
steamer Manhattan, New "York; sehr.
E. H. Edwara, Now York. Bailed
steamer Saragossa, Now York.
BALTIMORE, May 9.--A duel occur?
red to-day between Col. B. X. Green,
of Missouri, and Daniel G. Wright, of
Baltimore. At the first shot, both
were wonnded-Green in the shoal*
dor1 and Wright in the leg. A second
shot was demanded, which the se?
conds refused. Tho affair ended, but
the difficulty is unadjusted.
ST. LOUIS, May 9.-The Indians
burned three oar loads of freight,
and tore down the telegraph Weet of
Gay te. Cavalry from Fort Hayes is
UnieAoo, May 9.-The^,Conference
is Still discussing the admiesiou of
SAN FB AN CISCO, May 9.-Various
terrible phenomena occurred at
Manna Loa, between the 28th March
Sud 13th April. 2,000 earthquake
books occurred; the shock April 2
lasted three minutes; no one conld
stand; churches and houses all in
ruins. Following the shock came a
tidal wave sixty feet high, sweeping
everything before it. The earth
opened with bottomless fissures, and
thirty people were swallowed. The
earth opened under the sea, making
tho .vater red. Vast land slides, in
the meantime, occurred, destroying
life and property. The summit and
side of a hill 1,600 feet high was
thrown 1,000 feet, Over the tops of
trees, into the valley below. Gases
issued afterwards, destroying animal
and vegetable life. An island 400
feet high was thrown up three miles
from Wais Chino, and is joined to
tho land by a stream of lava a mile
wide. Thc vol can io display illumi?
nated the sea fifty miles. Fully 100
lives and half a million in property
RICHMOND, May 9.-?-Tbo Supreme
Court to-day decided that in debts
contracted in Confederate money, the
amount, shall be commuted afc the
valno of tho money when the debt
matured, and not when it was cou
Exacted. Another decision given by
' same Court, is that note-holders
rvrthe old banks of the State shall
not have preference in the divieion of
tho assets, but the depositors; and all
creditors shall be paid alike.
At the memorial celebration to?
day, 14,000 Confederate graves in
Oakwood Cemetery were decked with
Gen. Schofield to-day appointed
Wm. B. Payne, Mayor of Danville.
Tho municipal officers of nearly nil
the towns in tho State have now been
WASHINGTON, May 9.-Tho Express
says: There is a great deal of talk
about town to-day npon tho probable
result of the impeachment trial. The
public pulse is somewhat excited, but
tho preponderance of opinion seems
to be upon the side of acquittal.
The Star says: The dealers iu im?
peachment stock mndo a tremendous J
rally lust evening, and for a timo had
it all their own way at tho leading
hotels and other points where trans?
actions in the market are carried ou.
Tho friends of the President, who
woro supposed to know a thing or
two, were betting wild.on acquittal
two to one-ten to one-one hundred
to oue. Later *>. ??ight, ?hg bulla
rallied, swept everything and pro?
fessed to bo particularly anxious to
find any party anxious to bet on ac?
quittal. To-day it has been a see?
saw operation. Tuesday will be an
in a well authenticated conversa?
tion, tho President is represented to
bave said, in answer to a question re
gsrdiug Bingham's suggestion, that
be would not obey the Senate's man?
date, "Why should I not obey, if tho
forms of the Constitution are com
> plied with? If Senators do not act
justly, they aro responsible not to mo
but to the people. The people, who
hold tho sovereign power, have placed
mo over ono department, with oil its
duties and responsibilities, and have
placed Senators, also, with gravo re
sponsibilities and with a Oonetitu
tic-nal power to try invpenobmont and
rpnder M9^^ If ihey
misase .?* a Btise this or any other
power^ne' people ?lon?i^ .o?n hold
them to account. Tho people hav?
ing empowered them to try impeach?
ment, it ia not for the party tried to J
set aside their judgment. The peer'
?Je ahme can settio with their agents
or any abuse.of their great trusts."
Meade telegraphs Grant, that both
branches pf the Georgia Legislature
fire radicr.l; ?Iso that in Florida the
electiou was quiet, resulting in the
adoption of the-Constitution; both
branches of the Legislature radical.
Ex-President Buchanan ia danger?
FUTANCIAX. a?? ^mnaafliMii
. NEW YORK, May 9-Noon.--Flonr
aniet and firm. Wheat shade firmer,
lorn la lower. Mess pork lower
new t?jjtf. Lard declining-18^@
19>fi. Cotton dnll and declining
31%. Freights firm. Gold 40%.
7 P. M-Cotton dull, heavy and
lower; sales 800 bales, at 31@31>?.
Flonr slightly favors buyers. Wheat
opened a shade firmer, but closed
favoring buyers. Corn heavy and
2o. lower. Pork heavy and lower
28}?@28*?. Lard heavy, at 18%@
19%,. Freights a shade firmer. Gold
firm, at 40^040^. Sterling firm,
at 10,l(j. Transactions in Govern?
ment's heavy, and prices firm.
BAI?TIMOI?E, May 9.-Cotton dull,
at 31. Flour unohanged. Wheat
dull and heavy-Maryland 3.00@
3.10. Corn dull-white 1.17; yellow
1.26. Oats active, at 85(2)90. Bye
dull, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHARLESTON, May 9.-Cotton dull,
and but little doing; sales 100 bales
-middling 30% ; receipts 86.
SAVANNAH, May 9.-Cotton flat;
sales 106 bales; receipts 664.
LONDON, May 9-Evening.-Con?
sols 94. Bonds 70%.
LIVERPOOL, May 9-Evening.
Cotton easier; sales 6,000 bales-up?
lands 12% ?12% ; Orleans 12%@ 12%.
Shipments from Bombay since last
report to 2d instant, 42,000 bales.
The Merchant's Ticket.
DB. JOHN FISHER.
WARD No. 1-JOHN McKKNZIE,
R. D. BEEN.
WABD NO. 2-JOHN MEIGHAN,
C. A. BEDELL.
WAIU> No. 3-R. 0. SHIVER,
JOHN O. DIAL,
WABD NO. 4-W. C. SWAFFIELD,
O. F. JACKSON.
Mn. EDITOR: Tho interest of Columbia
will be promoted by being placed in the
hands of good business men.
May 10 MERCHANT.
Nomination for the Mayoralty.
WILLIAM M. MYERS, ESQ., ia a candi?
dato for the Mayoralty, and will bo sup?
ported by his
Ma; 8 . NUMEROUS FRIENDS.
"The People's Candidate" for Clerk
of the Court.
THOMAS J. RAWLS, who will bo eligi
blo to tho office, if oleoted, and will be
(supported by many
M*y_! 3* VOTERS OF RICHLAND.
Municipal Election for Columbia.
WARD NO. 1-TIIOS. W. RADCLIFFE,
WABD NO. 2-DR. C. H. MIOT,
lu D. CHILDS,
O. Z. BATES.
WARD NO. 3-WU. T. WALTER,
DB. JOflN FISHER,
Dn. WM. P. GEIGER.
WARD NO. 4-RICHARD WEARN,
ALEX. B. TAYLOR.
The above ticket, for Mayor nnd Alder?
men, is respectfully submitted to our citi?
zens for their support.
May 6 PROPERTY-HOLDERS.
-I /\ BARRELS Hocker's Self-Raising
L\) FLOUR, for salo low bv
Mjarcl^27_ E. A O'. D. HOPE^
COPELAND & BE ARDEN
^3==*^ 10,000 lbs. Bacon SIDE8
OpQ^ and S ll 0 U LDE118,
10 hbcls. Coffre Sugar,
50 Hacks Liverpool Salt,
io bbls. New Orleans Molasses.
_Bagging and Bale Rope. Pi b 23
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
Syf\ BBLS. FRESH CRACKERS, for (-ale
?i\J low by E. A ?. D. HOPE.
ALE! ALE! ! ALE'. ! !
mENNANT'8 SCOTCH AI.1-.
JL A;ik??j*e Aloa Alo,
Joflrey'e Sparkling Edlnbarg Ale,
English Porter, Ac. For Hale br
April U_ GEO. HYMMEftS.
AND tho last thin aeaaon. 3 barrels
SWEET NEWARK CIDER,
To hand tbis dav and for sale bv
April U GEO. BY4MBlt?
BACON MOLASSES, &c.
20.000 igssSr, BAC0N'
5 bilda. Primo Bacon Shoulders,
0 casks First Quality (Orange Hams,
150 Huoka Country Flour,
15 )ilhl-. Cuba and Muscovado Molasses.
For aale low for cash only bv
April 19_E. A O. P. HOPE.
THE HOUSE and LOT on Richland
MtroBt, ocenpitfd at present by Capt.
B. D. Sen?. Inquire at Office of the
Southern Express Company. March 18
i j II II j II i, i
Corr*?pona?meo ot th? Fhoonls.
WASH?NOXON, D. C., May 6,1868.
Loft Oolutaoia' at 4 pv m. ?a the
I 4th inst.-reached Charlotte about ll
p. m.-L\leigh about 9 a. m. on the
?th inst.-^Weldon about 8 p. ni.-Pe
tersburg at 6 p. m.-Richmondabout
8 p. m.-Acqnia Creek about 2 a. m.
on the 6th inst.-and Washington
about G a. m. this day. Wo found
the route a pleasant one. To the
Presidents of the Charlotte, N. C.
Central, Petersburg, Richmond and
Fredexioksburg Railroads, we are in?
debted for kindly courtesies. We
had the pleasure of makin ?j the ~c
qu?i? lanae ol Messrs Collier and Ellis,
. of the Petersburg Railroad, and the
Biohmond and Petersburg Railroad.
We fonnd these 'gentlemen efficient
officers, and, as we conceive, fair sp??
cimens of the Virginia gentleman,
when Virginia survived. One advan?
tage of the route North via Raleigh
and Weldon, is the fact that you pass
through without a change of cars
from Weldon to Acqnia Creek, where
you take the steamer. The country
about Petersburg) and Richmond we
found still bearing the evidence of
the vast armies that lav encamped
around, whilst those cities were be?
leaguered. The country ia bare ol
forest trees-'where the Confederate
and Unionist wrestled in repeated
struggles,' a few scattering graves
mark the soldiers' resting-plaoe, and
fields of waving grain are now to bi
seen where white tents once stood.
Down the road, where charging co?
lumns once met, we Baw men quietly
walking, and long lines of earth-work,
behind which the few but brave de
fenders of the "lost cause" so ofter
stood and repelled the fierce on
slaught of Grant's thousands, tri
observed now serving bnt as the di
viding lines between contiguous field
of grain. Wc saw the works on WU
cox s farm, where the United Stato;
troops broke through Lee's feebl
extended lines, on that fatal mon
when Petersburg was given up, an<
the end was near. Well, all of tho
is now lost, but the spirit that led t
the sacrifices and fierce struggles o
the late war will, wo hope, never die
Let the same spirit now animate on
people in redeeming and building u
oar land, and again will we have i
the South au ern of prosperity an
Through the kindness of a Unite
States Senator, and the courtesy c
his daughter, we succeeded in obtait
ing a card of admission to the Senat
Chamber. This was the last day c
Mr. Bingham, who was the closin
counsel agaiust the President Thu
we witnessed the concluding part c
! the impeachment business, so far t
j the arguments of counsel are ooi
cerned. The Senate Chamber wt
crowded-about 1,200 visitors bein
present. About 12 m., tho court wi
organized, and soon Mr. Binghai
I arose. He mude a speech of tri
i hours' duration. He is a good sp en]
er, but entirely failed- to commen
his argument, at least to onr mim
Beneath the veil of his plausible pr
Mentation of his side of the questro!
we saw the weakness of his caus
the failure of his logic. He was ea
nest, but his heat, we thought, w
but the heat of the mere partiza
and not the warmth of genuine el
qnence. At the close of his speen
the galleries loudly applauded, wber
upon the sergeunt-nt-arms was ord?
ed to clear the galleries, whioh w
forthwith done; and thus, aa we pr
sume, the matter is closed, until tl
jury are ready to pronounce the
verdict. As ;to what that verdi
shall be, we find mon divided
opinion. This, however, seems to
very generally agreed upon: that it
only as a party matter, it will
settled. So far as the law and fae
go, the President stands acquitte
But on the altar of party, tho mart
may be sacrificed. There is, howey?
one thing which this iinpeaohme
matter hos developed, and that
this, viz: thal the couutry has j
the ability and brains to make
Sreat and respected. The Preside
as been nobly and ably defeudt
and tho speeches of Messrs. Curt
Nelson, Evarts and Groesbeck, ?
four specimens of compact logic,
searching analysis, of scathing :
b?ke, of polished irony and of tom
ing eloquence. The speech of I
mund Burke against Warren Hastir
(impeached for misrule in India) \
a great production; but we doubt 1
but that thc effort of Curtis, or Gre
beck, or Stanbery was equally gr
ia mental power, and even greater
the magnitudo nf Hi? iccuob iuvoir
We, of course, visited the Capi
throughout. Its Jofty dome, fr
which Bates was not allowed to wi
his flog, impressed us with the beai
of ita proportions, and thc sculpta
ornaments of tho building are v
attractive in their classic associatio
The building itself is a vast? 01
covering many acres of ground,
the interior, we enjoyed the view
the large historical paintings cc
memorativo of tho distinguisl
events that mark the nation's biete
We saw a statue of Abraham Lino
-hie person rough in its mould,
his fuco wearing a grave and thong
ful air. Wo noticed also a gigar
figure in marble of the Goddess of
berty; und tho words of Madam 1
land nt once occurred to ns, as
associated with that goddess tho rt
cal rantings that are wont to reset
berty, what crimes are committed in
thy namel" Gt ?**X
In tho Senate Chamber, wo saw
?Ashley,. the small impeacher. We
a?w afc*.? Butler, and thought of
spoons; and seeing Logan: tho brain
I less and blood-thirsty, and others of
? the House managers, we thought
also of Aita Vela?--oWert?d with gu ano
and worth fonror five millions of dol?
lars-which fonr of the managers, in.
connexion with Judge Black, had.
something to do with. , At least, it is
thought that they, interested in the
Alta Vela business, failed to get .the
President to carry ont their plans.
More anon. OBSERVER..
WASHXKOTON, April 6, 1868-9 P.
M.-Since our last communication,
an event of some interest to your
people has transpired. A Commit?
tee, on behalf of the State Central
Executive Committee of the Demo?
cratic party of yonr State, is here to
present to Congress a paper, entitled
"The Respectful Remonstrance on
Behalf of the White People of Sonth
Carolina, against the Constitution Of
the late Convention of that State,
now submitted to Congress for Rati?
fication." The Committee, oonsiet
sisting of Col. J. P. Thomas, Gen.
J. S. Preston, J. G. Gibbes, Esq.,
and Col. L. D. Childs, have been
very warmly received by the friends
of the South here, and their mission
highly commended. It is thought
I that considerable good may result
from this movement. This paper
1 will furnish the conservative mem?
bers of Congress with the arguments
against the negro Constitution of
South Carolina, when it shall come
np for adoption by Congress. It
will also be a good campaign docu?
ment iu the Presidential canvass. It
is the voice of the white man about
to pass under the rule of the negro,
and that voice raised, too, in mode?
rate, wise, but firm and dignified
langnage. Another great advantage
to be derived from the presentation
of this paper of the Committee ia,
that it will put at rest tho assertion of
the radical press of the country, and
out of which it is making capital,
viz: that the white men of the State
acquiesce in this negro Constitution.
On this point, the paper says, in
effect: "Lord Angus, thou hast lied."
The remonstrance has been intro?
duced in the House of Representa?
tives, and, on motion, it was referred
to the Beconstruction Committee.
This was the direction the Committee
from your State desired the papet
to take. We learn that the Commit?
tee will endeavor to get before the
Becoustruction Committee, in ordei
to put before them, even moro forci
bly than the remonstrance does, th?
protest of South Carolina againsl
the outrageous fundamental law pro?
posed by the negro and renegade
white, mau for aa ancient Commou
The subject of the Democratic
candidate for the next Presidency ii
exciting attention here. Gen. Bau
cock's is a prominent name in thit
Much difference) of opinion stil
exists as to the result of the impeach
mont trial. A distinguished Seuatoi
remarked to me that it waa doubtfu
how it would ond, but he was hope
ful, and thought the chances fair fo
acquittal. As for ourselves, we ex
peet the President to be tcquitted.
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 7, 1868.
Nothing of interest on the subject c
impeachment has transpired sine
our lost communication. The argti
ment of counsel having closed, it i
likely that the Senate will sit wit!
closed doors until they are ready t
give their vordict. May Heave
grant that this may be one of at
quittai-for, should it be otherwist
wo shall have occasion to blush fe
our country. It would be a burniu
disgrace for the Senate to find ft tte
diet against the President. He hi
been triumphantly vindicated, an
to-day he stands higher before tl
country and tho world than ever bi
fore. But the Republican party
acting under a sense of what pai l
interests demand, and to advant
party they aro prepared to violate a
law, all conscience, and to discai
tho suggestions of honor, truth ai
patriotism. Already have they rn
into T*".5t!e?; creeses, ?ud outsit
of tho Constitution they have acte
and neted again. With one ham
this radical party stifles the voice i
the Supreme Court; with tho otho
they seek to brush away tho obstru
tiou of Presidential opposition. Tl
Constitution is nothing to ther
Arrogating to themselves all powc
they claim, as the representatives i
tho people, to be the Govern m on
Like Louis the Fourteenth, they sa
"VEtat, c'est moi." Having, for ti
time being, the majority, they pr
sume upon their power, and illu
trato the just remark of Solot
"Constitutions," said Solon, "ai
but spider's webs; they catch tl
weak, but the stroug break through,
And yet we have an abiding bel i
that this tyranny will not long la?
It may be even that the Presiden
will not be removed, and it will b
that an outraged public sentimui
will drive the radicals ont of power.
This must be, if oar people haye not
come to the conclusion quietly to
yield everything to some coming
man, -whose heavy walk indicates the
tread of the military despot.
In conversation with leading D??
mocratie gentlemen here, we find
, that the course that' South Carolina
has taken, through the late Demo
I eratic movement, ie highly approved
and withont exception commended.
It i? deemed the only practicable and
practical Une of action that is before
us; and tho idea which some of our
peoplo hare, that our conservativo
notion on negro suffrage is calculated
to I darna? the I???luuracio party
North, is deemed utterly unfounded.
Wc are told that the Democratic
Convention started ont in the right
direction, and they bid us go on, as
the course is calculated to givens
successes South and to help the cause
The great objective point before
the South, is success in tho Presiden?
tial canvass next fall. To this, let
the Southern people address ' them?
selves in all earnestness. Let them
not fail to Beek to bring the colored
element on the Democratic side.
Show the colored people Where their
true interests lie; deal with them
kindly, fairly, truthfully, and they
will be found ready to vote with thoir
'ancient friends and natural protect?
ors. We have around us, as a- prac?
tical thing, negro voting elements.
Suoh being the ease, and dealing, as
we must, with accomplished facts
accomplished though they may be for
a time only-let the Southern people
consolidate their negro elements into
one Democratic mass, infuse into
that mass the spirit of Democratic
principles, and use the power thus
obtained for the good of both races
and the good of the oonntry at large.
Against the army of radicalism we
must bring every column we can get,
and it matters not whether these
columns be composed of fair Saxons
or dnsky Ethiopians. We want vic?
tory, for a oonntry ic to be saved,
and constitutional 'liberty is at stake.
Our party visited the House of
Representatives to-day. Mr. Farns?
worth, of Illinois, wanted the House
to understand that the remonstrance
presented by the South Carolina
Committee was a remonstrance of
the Democratic and not the Republi?
can side in South Carolina. Mr.
Beck, of Indiana, replied, that the
gentleman was right, and it was a
Democratic protest-that was not to
be denied. In this connection, we
may say, that the paper is very highly
approved, and invested with consider?
able significance. The action of the
?tate Central Committee of your
State is- regarded wiso, and timely,
We had the pleasure of seeing the
President at the White House to-day,
and met with a kind and courteous
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IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
ATTENDED TO PERSONALLY.
NORWOOD. A Novel. By Henry Ward
Beecher. Frico il.50.
DAVID, tho King of Israel. By Krum
macher. Price $1.75.
The Massacre of St. Bartholomew. By
White. Precoded by a History of the Re?
ligious Wars. 91.75.
Andreas Hofer, the Tyroloso Patriot
Au Historical Novel. By Muhlbach.
The Poetry sod Complement of Court?
The Threo LittloSpades. By Miss War
Charlotte's Inheritance-A Sequel to
"Birds of Prey."
?boner or Later. By Shirley Brooks. A
ilret class novel.
And other Now Bouks. For nsle at
McOARTER S BOOKSTORE.
April 16_H. L. BRYAN.
MUSHROOM, Soda, Trenton Butter,
Tea Crackers, Jumbles, Ac, for salo
by GEO. SYMMERS.
BY virtno of euudr? tax executione di
ree&ed to me, I vi:! soil,on tb? FIRST
MONDAY au?*TUE8DAY in Jane next, in
front of the Court Honse in Columbia,
within the legal boars, the following pro
I porty; liz:
86G acres of LAND, in Bichland District,
?randed on the North |by E. D. Gilmore,
?st by Mrs. Jones, Sooth by E. D. Oil
mere, and Wost hy lands of Mrs. Ere var d;
levied On as the property of Samuel Bo?
bin toa, at the snit of the State of S oath
Carolina for taxes.
50 aeres of Land, tn Richland Diatriet,
bounded North and West by catato of Geo.
I H ag gina, Bast by Mrs. Km ?line d.rkr?u,
??.VUV? hy ctenry Pritchard; levied on as
the property of Thomas Salmonds, at the
snit of the State of South Carolina for
100 acres of Land, in Richland District,
bounded East aud South by B. Hayward,
Weat by Mary Portee, North by estate of
George Huggins; levied on as the property
of Jona? Miller, at the suit of the State ol
Booth Carolina for taxes.
Terms cash. F. W. GREEN,
May 10 m_8. B. D.
BY virtno of, sundry writs of fieri facias
to me directed. I will sell, on the
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in June
next, before tho Court H?rnte in Columbia,
within the legal hours, the following pro
1 perty, via:
The HOUSE and LOT on Washington
otroet. in the city of Columbia, known and
occupied as Law Offices, containing half
an acre, mere or leen, and hounded on the
South by Washington street, on the West
by the Court House lot, on the North by
estate of R. W. Gibbes and Dr. J. W.
Powell's lots, and on the East by Hrs.
Konnorly'a lot: levied on as the property
of John Bausicott, at the snit of W. H.
Gibbes, Wm. A. Harris, et al, va. John
Thia property will bo sold at the risk of
E. P. Alexanderand D. B. DeSanssure,the
purchasers at former ?ale, they having
failed to comply with terms of sale.
Terms cash. F. W. GREEN,
May 10 m_8. E. D.
Richi and.-In Equity.
Robert W. Gibbes, Trust?e, vs. Malinda
Hines.-Bill for Partition.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in
the above stated case, I will sell, on
the FIRST MONDAY in June next, in front
of the Court House in Columbia,
All that lot of LAND, with Buildings
thereon, bounded South by Lamber street,
East by lot belonging to W. J. Laval,
Trustee: North by lot late of Samuel Hen?
ry. Weat by Sumter street; the said laud
being the property of the late Joseph A.
TERMS.-So much cash as will par the
creditors and the costs of snit, the balance
on a credit of one, two and three years.
Interest from date, payable annually, oc?
cured by bond and mortgage of the pre?
mises. D. B. D?8AUB8?RE,
May 10 mg 0. E. R. D.
William R. Kennedy, Executor, vs. George
Ashford and Matdda Ashford, his wife;
Nancy Craig, and others.-BUI for Par?
tition of Real Estate.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in tho
above stated case, I will sell, on the
FIRST MONDAY in June next, before the
Court House, in the city of Columbia,
All that lot of LAND, in the oity of Co?
lumbia, containing ono acre, more or lesa,
with a good Dwelling with eight rooms,
besides out-buihlings, bounded North by
land of- Kirk and C. Hoagland, on
East by Richardson street, South by landa
late of B. Reilly, deceased, and A. Craw?
ford; Weat by Assembly street.
TEBUS or SAXE.-(mo-sixth cash, and
the balance on a credit of one ana two
years, in equal annual instalments, with
interest from tho day of sale, secured I ry
bond and mortgage of the premises.
Pnrchaaer to pav for papers, stamps, Ac.
" D. B. DESAUSSURE,
May6f O.E. B.D.
B, ft % C, SWAFFIELD'S.
New Style Hats.
SPLENDID LINE OF GENTS'
Call and Examino
Extreme .bow Pilcos
For Good Clothing and
All-wool Cassimeros and Joans
Oarmants Mado to Order
In tho most approved styles.
Maroh 28 WALKMR'g BLOCK.
WANTED. $1,000 in Billa Receivable.
Highes! prico paid in 8ilve/ or Cur?
rency. ALFRED T0LLF.S0N.
FRUIT AND NUTS.
riTST received, from a cargo latolv ar
tj ru"d, a full assortment of PECAN
NUTS. English Filberts, Ivica AlmondH
.oft shfll; Messina Oranges and Sicily
Lemons. The abovo will bo sold at very
reasonablo Katee, and during the eeaeon a
fresh supply will bo kept on hand. For
stile by GEO. 8YMMERS.
fi) PT BB LS. Coffee and Extra C. 8?
?O OARS, just in and for sale bv
Fob 28 E. St O, D. ?OFE.