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WASHINGTON, May 1.-General Dent bad
intimated to General li?e that President
Grant desired rv. visit from him. Where?
upon General Lee, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Taggart, of Baltimore, visited him .thia
morning. In thia connection, a correspon?
de ut ot th? New York Herald saya :
A gentleman who prof eases to know the
facta connected with the projected visit,
states that General Lee, who is now in Bal- j
timore, where he has been staying for a
week past, will come to this city to-morrow
or next day, end will be the guest of Mont?
gomery Blair. It is stated that the General
will visit the Executive mansion during bia
stay here, and will have one or more inter?
views with the President, who has requested
General Lee to call upon him. It is inti?
mated that the ebject of tho interview
sought f?r by the President is to obtain
from General Lee his opinion of the work?
ing of the reconstruction laws in the Statu
of Virginia, and of the present temper of
the leading citizens of the South. What
other matters are to be touched upon by the
two prinoipal military chieftains is not defi?
nitely known, but from all that has leaked
out concerning the proposed conference, it
is fair to infer that it will be of more than
General Lee is stopping in Georgetown,
and keeps aloof from public observatiou.
His visit to tiro White House, this morning,
was the occasion of- much interest. No
other interviews were had with the Presi?
dent, by any ono, after General LDC retired.
Sawyer and Ficklin, mail conductors over
the Southern Pacific mail route, have en?
tered into contract to transport $2.000,000
in gold annually from Chihuahua to New
Orleans. The gold from that section has
hitherto boen ?eut to San Francisco, and
thence to England.
NEW YORK, May 1.-The steamer Alaska
has arrived, bringing $090,000 in treasure.
The steamer America, from Panama for
San Francisco, was burned.
Four drunken rowdy sailors, from the
ship Kensington, were wounded by tho
The Colombia Legislature passed a reso?
lution impeaching the Presiileut and four of
Fever still rages in Peru.
PHILADELPHIA, May 1.-Tho Cuban meet?
ing, last night, was an immense success-all
political parties participating. A perma?
nent Committee of Thirteen was appoiuted
to consult and net with tho Cuban Junta.
A resolution very strong in its nature and
urging recognition aud un extra session of
Congress, was adopted.
RICHMOND, May 1.-The Southern
Opinion aunouncea its last publication this
NEW On LI'.ANS, May 1.-There was a se?
vere storm nt the mouth of the Mississippi,
yesterdoy, which swept away nearly every?
thing in its path.
CHARLESTON, May L-Arrived-steamer
Champion, New York. Sailed-steamers
Manhattan, New York; Maryland, Balti?
more; schooners Sarah Cullen, Philadelphia;
Ada Richardson, Savannah.
F1NASC1AI. AMD COM M IC H (I V I..
NEW YORK, May 1-Noon.-Money
steady, at 7. Sterling 9. Gold 34%. Flour
quiet and firm for common grades. Wheat
dull and slightly favors buyers. Corn l@2c.
better. Pork doll-new mess 61.00. Lard
doll-steam 18?18%. Cotton 28%@28%.
7 P. M.-Cotton steadier, with sales of
1,500 bales, at 28%. Flour firmer-super?
fine email@example.com. Wheat and corn steady.
Pork lower, at 30.90. Lard heavy-kettle
18y*. Whiskey firmer, at 94. Freights
dolf. Gold 34%. Money 7.
BALTIMORE, May 1.-Cotton steady, at
28. Flour dull and irregular. Wheat
weak-ch o i oo red 2.15. Corn dall-white
84C?)85; yellow 87. Whiskey 92.
NEW ORLEANS, Mayl.-Cotton activo and
%@>Ho. higher-middling 28%; sales 030
bales. Gold 35%. Flonr-superfine 5.87>.i ;
double 6.00; treble 6.37%. Corn firmer
white 60. Pork firmer, at 32.50. Bacon
13%@17%. Lardl8%?19. Sugar-com?
mon 10@11; prime 13%. Molasses-fer?
menting 60. Whiskey-Western rectified
87K?95. Coffee-fair 15%; prime 17($
MOBILE, May 1.-Low middling cotton
26%($26% ; receipts 145 bales.
CHARLESTON, May 1.-Cotton quiet but
unchanged, with salos of 150 bales-mid?
dlings 27%; receipts 314.
AUGUSTA, May 1.-Cotton market firmer,
with eales of 550 bales; receipts 130-mid?
SAVANNAH, May 1.-Cotton closed firm
middlings 27%; sales 550 bales; receipts 375.
LIVERPOOL, May 1-3 P. M.-Cotton
quiet and steady-uplands 11%; Orleans
Incredible as it may seem, a throo-story
brick house, eighteen by forty feet, and in
the construction of which 43,350 brick wero
used, was built in Lancaster, Penn., last
week, in nineteen and a half hours, and the
persons were liviug in it within three days
from the time it was oommencod.
The longest pastorato recorded in tho his?
tory of tho Christian Church, at least since
the time of Polycarp, is that of John Mil?
ton Holmes, of the Tabernacle Church in
Jersey City. The Advance says that be has
enjoyed "a pastorato of eighty years."
Publishers bad better mind how they offer
premiums for "dubs of ten." A Western
publisher was recently "picked np" by a
young lady who sont him tho ten spot of
A young lady in California broko her
neck in struggling to prevent a young man
from kissing her. Mako a note of it, ladies.
THO Printers-Employment *&\
ONE OB TWO OOOD PRINTERS can obtain
steady um ploy mi; nt ?,1 the Phitniz office.
Thoroughly oompeteiit workmen onlv aro wafted.
i. . Madama Stewart, . - .1 ri
THE celebrated MEDICAL CLAIRVOYANT,
has j ant arrived from Europe, mid wi I remain
for a few dav* at the Niokoxeon House-Suite of j
Rooms No. 51 - where she can be consulted from 8
A. M. until 8 P. M. She sees your surrounding,
and can tell much of your past, present and fu?
ture-whether relative to business, h m Uh or love
mattors. Prices moderate, and ]H?rfcot satisfac?
tion guaranteed. April 28
COLUMBI A HOTEL
OolTimloia, &>. O.
THE PROPRIETORS tnke plea?
sure in announcing that thia
cleg anny-fm uished Establishment is SHIT opon
for tho accQmmodatiou of ?tacata Tho table will
always bo supplied with every delicacy Of thc sea?
son-both from the Nesv York and Charleston
markets, and uo efforts will bc- Mpared to give
perfeot satisfaction, ii every rjspct, to our
WM. GORMAN, I "" .
H. H BAPENHOP, \ ^yAnn?us.
April 27_ ,_jlmo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ORGANIZED IN 1850.
ALL POLICIES NON-FOKFF.ITABLE.
H ADV LOAN TAKEN-NO NOTES BEQOUlED.
Last Cash Dividend Fifty Per Cent.
Policies in fore?. . ?25,000,000
Annual Inontn . 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM. President.
WM. T. HOOKER. . Secretary.
G. A. PU DICK ?U. Superintendent.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm Harper .V Crothers,
ex-Mayor ot New York.
John J. Crane. President Dank Ropublh:.
Wm. M. Vermilye. Ranker, (Vermilye .V Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cash'r Newnk Hanking Co.
Hun. George Opdykc, ex-Mayer of New York.
Miiuit C. Morgan. BanUcr.
Thomas Rigney. Firm Thomas Rigney ? Co.
Benjamin B. Sherman, Treasurer Ne? York
Steam Sugar Refining Company.
Aaron Arnold, Fimi of Arnold, Constable & Co.
Richard H. Rowno, Wetmore \ Bowne, Lawyers,
E. V. Hsughwont, Firm E. V. Haughwout.V Co.
Wm. Wilkona, Firm W. WUkens .V Co.
Julina fi. Pratt, Merchant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuylcr, Banker, Palmyra, New York.
Geo. T. Hope, Fros't Continental Fire Ina. Co.
John H. Shurwood, Park Place.
Walton II. Peckham, Corner Fifth avenue and
Edward H. Wright, Newark, New Jersey.
George W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
General Agent for the Southern States.
R. W. GiiuiKs, Medical Examiner.
G. T. BERG,
Agent for Columbia.
Office -Richardson street, one square below the
New State House. April 2746
FOR PURIFYING TUE BLOOD.
THE reputation this ex
collent medicine enjoye, is
derived from ita euros,
many of which aro truly
caaes of Scrofulous disoase,
where the *\stein seemed
saturated with corruption,
have been purified and
cured by it. Scrolulons af?
fection? and disorders,
which wore aggravated by
tim scrofulous contamination until they were pain?
fully afflicting, have boon radically cured in auch
great numbera in almost every section of tho
country, that the public scarcely need to bo in?
formed of ita virtuea or uaea.
Scrofulous poison ia ono of tho most destructive
enemies of our race. Often, this unseen and un?
felt tenant of the organiam, undermines t'eo con?
stitution, and invites tho attack of enfeebling cr
fatal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of ita
presence. Again, it seems to breed infection
throughout tho body, and then, on some favorable
occasion, rapidly develop into ono or other of ita
hideous forms, cither on the surface or among
tho vitals. In the latter, tubercles may bo sud?
denly deposited in .uo lung* ji heart, or tumois
formed in tho liver, or it oho wa ita prosenco by
eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations onaomo
part of the body. Hence, the occasional use of a
bott lo of thia SARSAPARILLA is advisable, even
when no active symptoms of disease appear. Per?
sons afiheted w.th the following complain ts, gene
I rallv lind immediate relief, and, at length, cure,
by th? use ot thia SARSAPARILLA: St. Antho?
ny's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Triter, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Eyes, Sore Ears,
and other eruptioua or visible forms of Scrofulous
diacaao. Also, in the moro concealed forma, aa
Vysptpsia, Dropsy, Heart Disease, Fits. Epilepsy,
Neuralgia, and the various Ulcerous affections of
tho muscular and nervous nyatoms.
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases aro
cured by it, though a long time is required for
subduing those obstinato maladies by any medi?
cine. But long continued use of thia medicino
will cure the complaint. Leucorrhoa or Whites,
Uterine Ulcerations, and Female Diseases, aro
commonly aoon relieved and ultimately cured hy
its purifying and invigorating effect. Minuto di?
rections in each caso aro fouud in our Almanac,
supplied gratia. Rheumatism and Gout, when
oausod by accumulations of extraneous mattors
in tho blood, yield quickly to it, aa also LiOr.r Com?
plaints, Toipidily, Congestion or Inflammation ot
tho Liver, and Jaundice, when arising, aa they
ofton do, from the rankling pnisona in tho blood.
Thia SARSAPARILLA ia a great rentorer for
tho strength and vigor of the system. Those who
aro Languid and Listless, Despondent. Sleepless,
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or
Fears, or any of tho affections sytnptoinatio of
Weakness, will find immediate rcli<;f and convinc?
ing evidoncc of its restorative power upon trial.
Dr. J. C. AYER, A CO., Lowell, Mass.,
April 2 Practical and Analytical Chemists, tomo
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OTTIOB-Law Rang?, Colombia, 8. C.
HAVING united as Copartners in the practice
of LAW, will attend to all business entrusted
to them in this Stato and in the United States
Collections promptly attondod to by them.
April 28 _ 6
A FINE OPENING.
$5.00 for a First Class $15.00 Dress!
WE have about 2:5 Satin Sriped Silk and Ramie
DRESS PATTERNS, of peculiar boauty and
richness, which are n ally worth much mora than
wi- offer them fi;, and gentlemen visiting thc city
cannot invest $3 in anything more valuable to take
home. Call and ewe them.
April 2!) R. C. SHIVER.
WE OPEN', THIS MORN IVO, several Invoices
of NEW DRESS OOODS, with Fringes,
Gimps and Huttons to match.
A full linc of Printed Lawns, Cambrics, Jaco
letn and Organdies.
A full lino of Sheeting.
A full line of Long Cloths.
A full line of Calicoes.
A full line of White Goods.
A full lino of Kid Gloves.
A full lino of Lisle Thread GIOVOB.
A full linc of Hosiery.
A full lino of I ri.-h Linens.
A full linc of Cassimeres for Gentleman's Suits.
A full line of Linen Coatiug, Drills and Ducks.
Making our stock quite as full and completo as
it was two weeks an?.
We solicit a call from onr friends and all visitors
toourcitv, with thc assurance that our stock and
prices willplease all. J. H. A M. L. KINARD,
April 28 One door Routh of Columbia Hotel.
"IN THIS SIGN I CONQUER."
THE CROWNING GLORY OF MEDI?
CINE AND THE WONDER OF
THE WAVING BANNER OF HEALTH
SPREADS TRIUMPHANT OVER
A Great and Good Medicine.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
THE NEW THEORY OF HEALTH.
rpOE LIFE of all Flesh ia BLOOD-Tho Hoallh
of all Lifo is Purity of Floah-Without
Purity of Blood no Flesh can
bo free from Disease.
HEINITSH'S Q, V V. V. N ' S DELIGHT,
AN ANTIDOTE TO DISEASE.
TUE GREAT AMERICAN ALTERATIVE AND BLOOD
rum Fl ER.
For the Cure of all those Diseases vhich may be
traced to a vitiated cm,dil ion of the Blood.
Tho Theory is that blood is the Lifo of all
Flesh, and if impure, thc Life of all Disease. Lifo
and Health is onlj to ho maintained by tho circu?
lation Of,pure arterial blood.
Snch as Scrofula, Rheumatism, Hepatic Dis?
orders, Inflammations, Fevers, Liver
Complaint., Consumption, King's Evil,
Carhunch-s, Boils, Itching Humor
of the Skin, Erysipelas, Skin
Diseases, Tetter, Rough?
ness of the Skin, Pim
p 1 o s, Blotches,
Pain i n tho
Syphilis and Syphilitic blores,Indigestion, Inflam?
mation of the Bladder and Kidneys, Pains in tho
Back, Goncral Debility, and for all complaints
arising from deficiency and poverty of blood.
IS T n E WO NDER
No medicino has attained such a world-wide re?
putation as this justly ech t ruted
C O MP 0 UND.
Its extraordinary healing powers aro attested
to by thousands, and every mail is freighted with
lettors bearing testimony to its excellent charac?
ter and worth as a medicine. Orders aro coming
in from all quarters, and ull hour unmistakahle
evidence of its groat popularity.
Bo sure And ask for
"BEiNirsira QUEEN'S DELIMIT,"
And m e that Ins name ison it.
Look out and avoid baso imitations.
Wholosido Agents, FISHER ?i HEINIT8H,
AprU 18| Coiuinbia.
In tho District Court of tho United State J for tho
District of South Carolin?.
IN the matter of ALFRED M. HUNT, Bankrupt,
by whom a petition for Adjudication of Bank?
ruptcy was filed on the 31st day of December, A.
D. 1868, in said Court. In Bankruptcy-This is to
Rive notice that, on the 26th day of April, A. D.
I860, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issned against
tho estate of Alfred M. Hunt, of Columbia, ia the
County of Richland and State of South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own
fuitit ion ; that the payment of any debts and de
ivory of any proper ty belonging to said Bankrupt,
to him or for his use, ana the transfer of any j
property by him, are forbidden by law ; that a |
meeting of the creditors of the said Bankrupt, to
provo their debts, and to choose ono or more as?
signees of his estate, will be held at a Court of |
Bankruptcy; to be holden at Newberry C. H.,
South Carolina, beforo C. G. Jaeger, Register, on
tho 8th dav of Hay, A. D. 1869. at 2 o'clock P. M.
J. P. M. EFFING,
U. S. Marshal as Mossenger.
Por A. P. PIKER,
Deputy U. 8. Marshal as Messenger.
In tho District Court of tho United States for tho
District of South Carolina.
IN tho matter of THOMAS TAYLOR, Bankrupt,
by whom a Petition for Adjudication of Bank?
ruptcy was filed on the 18th day of December, A.
D. 1868, in said Court. In Bankruptcy-This is to
give notice that, on the 21th day of April, A. D.
1869, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against
tho estate of Thomas Taylor,"of Columbia, in the
County of Richland and State of South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own
fie ti lion ; that tho payment of any debts and de
ivory of anv property belonging to said Bankrupt,
to him or for his uso, and tho transfer of any
property by him, aro forbidden hy law ; that a
meeting of the creditors of tho said Bankrupt, to
prove their debts, and to choose ono or moro as?
signees of bis estate, will he hold at. a Court, of |
! Bankruptcy, lo he holden at Newberry C. H.,
! Routh Carolina, before C. G. Jaeger, Register, oii
' the -<tli dav of Mav, A. D. 1860. at IL o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
Per A. 1*. Pi KKK,
Deputy U. S. Mardbal as Messenger.
April 28 f3*
CABINET MAKER and UNDERTAKER, Main
street, one door South of \\ ashington street,
takes this occasion to return hin sincere thanks to
his friends and numerous patrons for past bene?
fits, and would stato that he has on baud and con?
stantly arriving, all tho modern improvements iu
his line, which he will dispose of on tho most ac?
commodating terms. He has recently fitted up in
elegant stvlo a No. 1 Hearse, and will supply!
Coffins and attend to interments ut short notice.
Gardening for the South,
BY Wm. N. N. White, or Athens, Ga.
Tho tirapo Culture-a treatise on the culti?
vation of tho nativo grape. By Fuller.
Plan's Grape Culture and Wine-making.
Saunders' Practical Treatise on Farm-yard
Breaking a Butterfly. By Author of Guy Liv?
Maroonor's Island. By Author of Young Ma
Friendships of Women. By Alger.
Anecdotes of American Clergy.
And many other new books and novels, at
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S Bookstore,
April 20 Under Columbia Hotel.
C. F. JACKSON
FOR CHEAP DEY GOODS.
Call on C. F. JACKSON for
Choice DEY GOODS.
Call on C. F. Jackson for
Best Bargains in DEY GOODS.
Call on C. F. Jackson
Liberal Dealings in Dry Goods.
CHARLOTTE AND S. C. RAIL
$5,000 Columbia and Augusta Raihoad Bonds.
$10,000 *' M " " Stock,
$20,000 South Carolina " "
11,000 City of Wilmington Bonds,
$5,000 " " Memphis "
$6,000 New Stato Bonds,
$3,000 City of Columbia Coupons.
For salo by _ GREGG, PALMERj& CO.
Jj| HATS. Jp?
GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS.
O as s imeres?
AIlE RECEIVING THE LARGEST AND
beat selectod stock of the above goods cvor
brought to this city, bought low for cash, and
will bo sold at a small advanco.
In CLOTHING, we have overy thing from planta?
tion wear to fine French Cassimcro-all equally
In nATS, aU tho new Spring Myles, Alpine, Ve?
locipede, Oeuoral Prim, and new stylo Silk Hats.
Country dealers would do well to examine our
stock boforo going further.
R. & W. C. 8WAFFIELD.
Real Estate Salt, by order of the Executor.
BY JJ. C. PEIXOTTO & 80S.
WE will sell, on MONDAT MORNING, the 3d of
May, in front of tho opart .boase, ia thia city,
to tho highest bidder,
All that LOT, with the BUILDING thereon, sit?
uated on Plain street, bounded on the North.by
Plain street, on the Sooth by D. B. Miller, on the
East by Winn street, on tho Weat by tho, lato X.
J. Arthur ; lot measuring, on Plain street, one
hundred foet, more or leas, and running bark ono
hundred feet, more or less.
Conditions of sale, one-half cash, balance on a
credit of twelve months, secured by bond and
mortgage, bearing interest at the rato of 7 per
cent. Property to be injured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
April 28. May 2 ,
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
IWILL SELL, before the Court Douse, in Co?
lumbia, on MONDAY, the 3d dav o? May next,
the unexpired Term of LEASE, (being nntil the
23d day ut August, I860,) o? the PREMISES situ?
ated on tho North-west corner of Washington and
Assembly streets, fronting on Washington street
60 feet and on AsBembly street 23 feet, more or
leas, now occupied aa stores by Hayns A Elling?
ton, and others; said Lease being part of the
Bankrupt Estate of C. P. Rcmaen. Terni? cash.
THOMAS J. LAMOTTE,
Aaaigneo of C. P. Reinsen.
Columbia, S. C., April 23, 1869.
April 21_ mt h un!
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Edward Pollard vs. Msry D. Gregg, Exe'trix,
Gideon Maycombcr, ct al.-Bill for foreclosure.
PURSUANT to a decree in the above atated
case, I will sell, before the Court House, in
Columbia, on tho FIRST MONDAY in May next,
between the hours of ll o'clock A. M. and 3 P. M.:
All that square of LAND, (with tho buildings
thereon,) in thc city of Columbia, containing
FOUR ACRES; bounded on the North by Green
street; East hy Assembly street; South by Divine
street, and West by Gates street.
TERMS.-SO much cash as will pay the costa of
auit, salo and taxes, and tho amount due upon
first mortgage, say: Twelve hundred and ninety
dollars; balance on a credit of two, three and four
years, with interest semi-annual, secured by bond
and mortgago of tho premises; insurance and as?
signment of tho policy of insurance. Purchaser
to pay for Stamps and Papers.
April ll ni th D^ B. MILLER, C. C. P. _
BY virtue of sundry writs ot fieri facias, to me
directed, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
in May next, in trout of the Court House, in Co?
lumbia, within tho legal boure, thc following per?
sonal property, viz:
(6) SIX MULES, levied on as the property of
Thomas li. Clarkson, at the suit of Florian C.
May 08. Thomas B. Clarkson. Terms cash.
April 13 mt h P. F. FRAZER, 8. R._C._
SHERIFF S SALB. ~
Under order of Judge of Probate, ex parte Jacob
H. Wells, Administrator.-Petition for sale of
IN pursuance of an order made by William Hut
eon Wigg, Jndge of Probate for Richland
County, directed to me, I wUl s?U, on the FIRST
MONDAY in May next, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal hours:
All that tract of LANDj in Pichi and County, cn
waters of Oridin's Creek, containing one hundred
and forty-four (141) ACRES, more or less, and
bounded by landa of Jesse House, Isam House,
Gilbert Garner and estate of Singleton. Peing
the land of which tho lato Robert Braddy died
THUMS OF SAI.K.-Cash enough to pay expenses
of these proceedings, and ono-third, of remainder;
balance iu twelve months; purchaser giving bond
with mortgage for paymont of purchase money.
Purchaser to pay for Stamps and Papers.
Aprillljnith_P. F F RAZEE. B, R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs ot fieri facias, to me
directed, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
iu May next, in front.of the Court House, in Co-'
lumbia, within the legal hoars, the following pro?
per tv, viz:
All that tract of LAND in Richland County,
containing forty-eight (48) aeres, moro or lees,
bounded on the North by landa lately owned by
Thomas H. Walsh; on the.East by lands lately
owned by James O Hanlon; South by lands lately
ownod by Mrs. Elizabeth Green, and on tho Wost
by lands of James Peckham, formerly of Langdon
All that tract of LAND in Richland County, on
the branches of Colonel'b Creek, containing four
hundred and fifty (450) acres, more or less,
bounded by lines running South-west and South?
east by .lame? S. Quigiiard's lands; North-east by
lauds of Redding Bethany, and North-west by
estate of Dawson Wages;"letiod on as tho pro?
perty of John Banakett, at tho snit of William A.
Harris et al. vs. John Bauekett.
April 13 mt h P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B.C.
BY virtue of a writ ot fieri facias, to me directed,
I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY in May
next, in front of the Court House, in Columbia,
within tho legal hours, tho following property, viz:
All that PLANTATION or tract of LAND known
aa "Red Oak," in Richland County, containing
454 ACRES, more or lesa, and bounded on tho
North by landa of T. B. Clarkson; East by landa
of E. M. Clarkson; South;by landa of T. B. Clark?
son, and Wost hy lands of-Shoolbrod.
All that tract of Land known as the "Williams'
Tract," in Richland County, containing 125 acres,
moro or leas, and hounded on tho North by landa
of eatato of M. R. Singleton; East by Wateroo
River; South hy land of T. B. Clarkson, and Wost
by laud of eatate of M. R. Singleton.
70 aerea of Land known SB the Sandhill Tract,
bounded on tho North hy lands o? Mra. A. G.
Clurkson, and on tho East, South and Wost by
lands of T. B. Clarkson.
120 Shares of Commercial Bank of Columbia,
South Carolina, and 21 Shares of Columbia Bridge
Company, of South Carolina. Levied on as the
property of Thomaa B. Clarkson, at tho suit of
Florian C. Mey ot. Thomas R. Clarkson.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. 0.
April ll _mth
In re F. A. Tradowoll. Ex. parte Robort N. Lewie
IX BA NK.R UP TOY.
BY virtue of an order of salo, in the above
atated caso, to mo directed, by tho Hon. Geo.
S. Bryan, Judge of tho United District Court, for
the District of South Carolina. I will offer for sale,
at pnblic auction, on MONDAY, tho 3d day of May,
I860, in front of the Court House, in Columbia, is.
C., at ll o'clock A. M., all tho right, title and in?
ter?s, of tho Bankrupt in the Eatate of Mrs.
Mary F. Tradowoll, deceased.
Terms mado known on day of salo. Purchaser
to pay for all necessary papers and stamps.
April 21 t DONALD J. AULD, Aeeignce.
Fire and Life Insurance.
II. E. NICHOLS St CO., AGENTS,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
REPRESENT OLD COMPANIES, with aggre?
gate accumulated Capitals, January 1, 1869,
of ?25,379,174 00.
April 30 BE INSUIIED. 3aia