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MADRID, May G.-The Cortea adopted^
186 tb 40-an article guaranteeing freedom
of religious worship. -The contemplated
chango of the ministry baa been postponed
till a form of government can be definitely
LONDON, May G.--Af ter an in foresting and
somewhat heated debate, a bill was intro?
duced, disabling tbo Mayor of Cork from
noting as a magistrate.
MADRID, May 6.-The Spanish journals
maintain the legality of the capture of tho
Mary Lowell. Prim favors Oloaga's plan
for a directory.
PARIS, May G.-The Geographical Society
have decreed a gold medal to Dr. Hayes, of
the United States, for bis services in tho
work of Arctic exploration and discovery
To-day, tho president of the society, with a
deputation of members, waited on General
Dix, the American minister, and presented
tho medal, requesting him to transmit it to
bis distinguished countryman, und accom?
panied the presentation with un earnest as?
piration for continued friendship between
Prance and America. Gen. Dix, in reply,
thanked tho president for his friendly ex?
pressions, aud said it was a true pleasuro for
Americans to see Franco and tho United
States working together in traditional
friendship for tho promotion of discovery,
science and general progress.
NEW ORIJKANS, May fi.-The committee ol
the Chamber of Commerce invite proposal!
for deepening the water mouth of tho Mis
sissippi. Thc committee aro also instructed
to endeavor to obtniu from the Governmeu
the dredgo boat now in uso with tho balance
of the appropriation yet unused, for deep
cuing the passes.
CHARLESTON, May fi.-Sailed-Steamer
Magnolia, New York; Falcon, Baltimore.
WILMINGTON, N. C., May 5.-A destruct
ive fire broke ont ut4o'clock a. m., burninj
down the works of the Cane Fibro Comp?
ny. Loss $20,000. No insurance. Th
origin of the fire is unknown.
RICHMOND, May G.-Both parties aro prc
paring for an active campuigu. James E
Platt, Jr., of the Wells party, was unan;
monsly nominated to-day. by the Conven
tion in Petersburg, for Congress, fromjth
Second Congressional District. Charle
W. Buttz has been agreed tipon for COE
grossman at largo on tho "Walker ticke
Both the candidates will stamp tho State i
a few days.
A State convention of colored men wi
assemble here on the 27th inst, to cousid?
the total exclusion of colored citizens fro
any position of trust or profit, and from tl
One of tho men charged with the murdi
of Holmes, at Charlottesville, has bec
Sixty immigrants arrived here to-day fro
Holland, en route for the interior.
BUFFALO, May 6.-Dr. Richard P. Jone
agent of French's circus, committed suicii
KEV WEST, May G.-The British steam
Salvador cleared for St. Thomas, ria Nt
sau, to-day, crowded with Cuban symp
thizers. It is rumored that tho Salvad
goes in connection with some Cuban ext
dition fitting out in some gulf port.
Washington Vi us.
WASHINGTON, May fi.-Passengers ha
arrived from California in eight days.
Delano decides that heads under whi
telegraphic despatches are written invol
a contractaud require a revenue stamp. T
telegraph companies will contest tho de
A delegation of Baptist clergymen enro
from Illinois for Lynchburg, Va., Confi
once, visited President Grant to-day.
This evening's Star says President Grr
has instructed Cunby to submit tho Virgil
Constitution on the last Tuesday iu June
the 1st Tuesday in July. Canby's re-orgi
izatiou of Virginia divides tho Stato ii
twenty-seven military commissions.
Edward Pullings has been appointed C
lector of the Otb North Caroliua District
Customs receipts from 2Gth to 30th ic
Rear Admiral Bradford, of tho flag-sl
Franklin, at Cadiz April 17, states that
found at Lisbon the British channel squ
rou, consisting of eight powerful iron-cla
some of them having a speed of fourtt
knots nuder steam alone. The Span
iron-clad frigate Victoria sailed from Ca
for Havana, Ap~il 14.
Yesterday, Gen. Leo visited John Jaun
Esq., President of the Virginia Convent
which passed tho secession ordinance, i
who presented the sword to Leeiu behnl
tho people. Tho interview was affecti
Jaanoy is now quito old and infirm. 1
received many visitors to-day in Alexandi
Tho Union League Jdelegation wh
visited Grunt yesterday, included Goveru
Newell, of New Jersey, and Holden,
North Carolina. Their object was
strengthen and hold together tho Repu
can party and its principles, and soctirt
early restoration of nil the States. T
assured President Grant of thelcordial t
port of tho League and their intentioi
do all in thoir power to make his admi
tration a success. Tho President exprei
his gratification, aud promised to do al
his power to deserve their good opinion
Aromatic Life Bitters.
ANEW SUMMER. TONIO, prepared with
Best Medicinal Whiskey, containing tin
soutial proportion of "Cetituar> and Lifo I
lasting. au Invigorant and Appetizer. Pa
in largo bottlos- retail at $1 00 per bott'o.
For sale by FISHER Jr. IiEINITHH
April ?8 t_Di UKKi"
Fire and Life Insurance.
*?. ?T. ?ViT?OLS Si CO., AOE?ITi?,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
REPRESENT OLD COMPANIES, with S|
gate accumulated Capitals, January 1,
of $22.179,174 00.
April 30 BB INSURED. 3
FINANCIAL AND tOJIMKKCI.VL.
NBW YORK, Maj 6-Noon.-Stocka fever?
ish, bnt improving in price; this morning
there was gr?at excitement in New York
Central, but it was very strong. Gold 36if>.
Flour 5@10c. lower. Wheat l@2c. lower.
Corn dull aud lo. lower. Pork dull-new
mess 87.12;?,'@37.25 Lard quiet-Bteam
18'a. Cotton"firm, at 28??. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Cotton in good demand, closing
quiet; sales 4,500 bales, at 28%. Flour
dull-superfino 5.60(3)5.95; common to fair
extra Southern 6.50(3)6.90. Wheat heavy,
and 2@3o. lower. Corn heavy and l(A2c.
lower. Lard quiet and steady-kettle 18>?
(?r?18?,,'. Whiskey 98. Rico quiet-Carolina
?74@9. Sugar in fair request. Freights
quiet-cotton steam 5-32. Money generally
easy, ut 7. Sterling firmer, at 0}?@9};
Gold quiet, at 30.'Stocks very irregular.
BALTIMORE, May C. -Cottou steady. Flour
quiet and dull. Wnoat firmer-good to
prime red 1.90@2.U0. Corn closed dull
white 81(?(86; yellow 85@88. Oats dull and
light, at 73(<f 75. Whiskey firm, at 95.
CINCINNATI, May (5.-Whiskey firm, at 93.
Mess pork 31. Bacon held firmly-shoul?
ders 13'.,; sides 17; demand light. Lard
prime kettle held at 17.
CHARLESTON, May 0.-Cotton steady and
active; sales DUO bales-middlings 27.'., ; re?
ceipts 357; exports coastwise 181).
AUGUSTA, May 6.-Cottou market firmer;
sales 350 bales; receipts 117-middling 201
SAVANNAH, May 6.-Cotton quiet but firm;
sales 550 bales-middlings 27\<\ receipts
Mom nu, May (?.-The colton market
opened quiet, but later in the day an active
demand sprung tip; sales 1,500 bales-low
middling 2G@26l?; receipts 369.
NEW ORLEANS, May 0.-Cotton in fair de?
mand and stiller-middling28,'.,'; sales3,350
bales; receipts865. Gold30'.j. Flour firm
-superfine 5.G2; double 5.87; treble G. 37.
Corn-white 70. Pork dull, at 33. Bacon
shoulders 13?i; clear rib 17'..; clear 17%.
Sugar-common 9(</>10; primo 12'.?(o 12:,1.
Molasses-fermenting 50@55; reboiled 65(?\
70. Whiskey 82'..@90. Coffee firm-fair
15:'.i"; primo 17l?.
LONDON, May 6-3 P. M.-Consols 93^.
Bonds flat, at 79 >?.
The decrease in bullion in the Bank of
England amounts to ?400,000. Tho Bank
has raised its rate oue-half per cent.; it is
now 41.J per cent.
LTVEBPOOIJ, May 6 -3 P. M. -Cottou firm?
er and quiet, but not higher-uplands ll % ;
LiVERi-oon, May 0-Evening.-Cotton is I
easier-uplands ll5a; Orleans 12. Sales
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS.
THE HEAL CREMONA. Those
STRINGS are justly celebrated for
1 their durability, purity and clear,
A full assortment of Violincello STRINGS;
variety of Violin ROWS; Bow-Hair, Screws, Tuil
Boards Bridges, Rosin, ?c., just received, at
_Apr.. 2 +2mo E. POLLARD'S.
ijif\f\ LBS. GENUINE DURHAM-direct from
?iVA/ tho Factory,
4()() Lbs. "Commonwealth,"
100 Lbs. "Bracelet."
April20 JOHN C. 8EEGER8.
Butter ! Butter ! !
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER, just received and
for salo hy J. k T. li. AGNEW.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE,
J Orders for purchase of Morchandizi,
Shipments of Cotton, and GENERAL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, solicited bv
MARK E. COOPER, Main street.
Rost references given. March 94 3mo
ASIX-HORSE ENGINE-mounted on wheels;
built expressiv for Threshing and Ginning.
Apply to R. TOZER, City Machine Works,
April 27 Columbia, S. C.
Richland County-In Equity.
W. Dutson Wigg, Successor, vs. Sarah Cosby,
Surviving Executrix, et al.- Bill to Foreclose
IT appearing that BARATT COSBY, ono of tho
Defendants in tho abov< stal"d case, is absent
from, and without tho limits of tho State; it is, on
motion of D. B. DeSaussuro, Corr plainant's Soli?
citor, ordered, that tho said Defoudant do plead,
answer, or demur to tho abovo bill, within FORTY
DAYS lrom tho publication hereof, and in default
thereof, a decroo pro eonfesso bo entered against
her. D. B. MILLEU, CC. V.
Clerk's Oflico, Columbia, April :i, 1809.
April 4. 15,27_May 8
Hannah D. Goldstein rs. Abraham Tracer and
Esther Tr?ger, his wife-, et al. -Hill for Fore?
IT appearing that ABRAHAM TRAGER and
ESTHER TRACER, Iiis wire, two pf tho De?
fendants in the above stated case, reside beyond
the limits of tho State; it is. on motion of Messrs.
Talley, Bachman ?3? Waties, Complainant's Soli?
citors, ordered, that the said Defendants do plead,
answer, or demur to tho abovo stated bill, within
FORTY 1)A\S from the publicition hereof; and in
default thereof, that an order pro eonfesso be en?
tered against them. D. B. MILLER, O. O. P.
Clerk's Office, Columbia, April :t, 1st;'.?.
April 4. 15, 27 May H
I ti re W. II. Talley, Solicitor, Ac. Fx parle John
Waties, Trustee, Sarah McElrone, vt al. - ?till to
perpetuate testimony, ?l e. 1'etition.
ON hearing thu petition, and on motion of Mr.
Bachman, pro. pet., it is ordered, that all per?
sons who may think themselves interested in the
title toa Lot of LANI), situate in tho city of Co?
lumbia, on tho cornor of Lumber and Marion
streets-bounded North by Lumber street; East
ny Mrs. McDonald's lot; South by Joan cordoroa
lot, anil West by Marion street; containing \ of an
acre-do appear ut my oflicu, on tho 12th day of
JUNE next, at 12 o'clock M., tooross-exainino tho
testimony which may bo producod, and to intro?
duce testimony in reply.
March6?12' D. B. MILLER. C. C. P.
Pipes ! Pipes ! !
isf\ DOZ. Assorted Brier Root, with Metal
?\) P -ws,
20 Do/,, do., with Maorsohaum Lining,
1 firosM Cane pino? JOHN 0. H?EGER8.
BOLOGNA SAUSAGES, dried.
Buffalo Tongues, fresh.
Orange Hams and Sugar-cured Strips.
For sale by GEORGE SYMMER8.
N E W STORE,
THE SUBSCRIBED wonld respectfully announce
to the i nh ul>? tan ts of Columbia, and surround
ing country, that bo baa oponed bi? Store, on Main
street, under the new Ilotel, with an entire now
NAPKINS and DOYLIES,
sheeting, Shirting ?nd Tillow Linen, Muslin?,
Cloths and Cassimeros, Handkerchiefs for Ladies,
Gonts and Children, Notions, Ac., Ac., together
with a thousand other nrticles ton numerous to
mention. And would invite those in need of any?
thing in his line, to call and examine his stock,
widen ho intends to keep full in every department.
W. D. LOVE, Main Street,
May 2 Columbia, S. C.
Headquarters South Carolina Militia.
ADJ. AND INSPEOTOR-SENERAL'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Mav 3,18<?:>.
[GENERAL ORDERS NO. l.]
SUCH CITIZENS of thia State as are comprised
within tho following classes, aud desire to bc
exempted from service in the Militia, in accord?
ance with the provisions of an Act entitled "An
Act to organize ami govern the Militia of the State
Of South Carolina," approved Mareh 16, 1869, aro
hereby instructed to forward to this office, imme?
diately upon the promulgation of this order, ap?
plications for exemption:
I. Regularly ordained or licensed ministers and
preachers ol tho Gospel.
II. Clerks and employees in publie offices, Jus?
tice? of tho Poaco, or Magistrates, Shoriffs. C iro?
ners, Constables, Civil officers of the United
State?, Ferrymen employed at any terry on a post
road, and Millers.
III. All persons entertaining conscientious
scruple? against bearing arms, practicing physi?
cians, professors, teachers and student? i i col?
lege?, acad?mies and common schools.
IV. Persons regularly and honorably discharged
from the array or navy of tho United States, in
consequence of tho performance of Military or
Naval duty, in pursuance ol any law of this State;
and all persons who now are (or may hereafter bo)
active members of regularly incorporated tiro
companies in Miis State.
V. Commissioned ofticors who ?hall have served
as such in the Militia of this State (previous to
tho 20th dav of Deconiber, A. D. 18C0,) or in any
ono of tho United States, for tho space of seven
years. (But no such officer shall he exempt un?
less his resignation, after such term of service, has
been accepted, or in some other lawful manner he
shall have boen honorably discharged.)
VI. Idiots, lunatics, paupers and persons con?
victed of infamous crimes.
SEC. 2. All application? for exemption must bc
made upon the affidavit of thu applicant, and shall
distinctly set forth tho name, occupation, ago and
residence, (if in a County, town or village, the
name of thc township; if in a city, the ward,) of
SK?:. 3. Applications from clerks or employees
in public offices must, in all cases, bo accompanied
with certificates from their respective chiefs or
Sr.c. 1. Applications for thc exemption of idiots,
lunatics and paupers must be made by their "next
friend," upon his affidavit, and must he accompa?
nied, in the two ^rat tuses,-by thc certificate of the
Bv order of His Excellency tho Commander-in
Chief. F. J. MOSES, Ju.,
Adjutant and Inspector-General.
The following uamed papers will copy once:
Sty Charleston Courier, News and Republican,
Chester Reporter, Yorkvillo Enquirer, Lancaster
Ledger, Fairfield Neto? and Herald, Newberry
Herald, Abbeville Pres? and Banner, Anderson
Intelligencer, Keowee Court?*, Greenville Moun?
taineer and Enterprise. Lanrensville Herald, Edge
field Advertiser, Unionvillo Journal, Spartanburg
Spartan and (fazelte, Barnwell Sentinel and Jour?
nal, Sumter News and Watchman, Williamsburg
Journal, Marion Star and Crescent, Camden Jour?
nal, Orangobnrg Netss, Darlington Southerner
and Democrat, Georgetown Times and Clarendon
l'i ess. May 5 f6
Butter and Cheese -
"j (\ TUBS Cho?co GOSHEN BUTTER,
JU J 20 Boxe? Prime CHEESE.
Just received by ate?mer and for salo bv
April 27_<L_& T. IL AGNEW.
Solace and Virginia Leaf.
(\ GROSS SOLACE,
V.' 2 " Virginia Leaf-fresh from thc Fac?
tory, for salo at tho Ale and Lager Boor Depot.
April20 JOHN C. BEEPERS.
(tJtO AAA CHARLOTTE AMI S. C. RA?L
5 ROAD BONDS,
$5,000 Colombia tnd Augusta Raihoad Bonds.
$10,000 " " '. '? Stock,
$20,000 South Carolina "
$1,000 City of Wilmington Bonds,
$5,000 " " Memphis "
$6,000 New Stato Bonds,
?3,O00 City of Columbia Coupons.
For sale by_OJftEGO, PALMER tc CO.
TUST to hand: Rio, Laguayra, Java and Mocha
Oboieest Japan, Hyson and other TEAS,
Smoked Tongue?, Pickled Salmon, and all tho
thousand other things which e,o to make up a
First-Claps Grocery Store, for salo by
April 28 GEORGE SYMMERS.
I . S V L. Z li A C II K R ' s .
0 R E A T J: E D V V T JONI N J' R I CES.
I HAVE determined to sell
?out niv entire Stock of
[CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEW
lELRY, Silver a n d Plated
'WARE, ut greatly reduced
prices, prior to my removing to Mr.
In addition to tho above named articles, 1 havo
a largo Stock of Spectacles, to suit ail sights, in
Oold, Silver and Steel frruicti.
I have iust received a New Sample Book for
Hair Work, for which ordors will bo rocoivod, at
I. BULZBAOH ER'8,
Sign of tho Green Spectacles,
April 27 Columbia, S. C.
GROSS Wine Bottles, for sale by
Fob 14 E. ? O. D. HOPE.
16c. BRESS GOODS.
WE open, on MONDAY, a pretty lino of DRESS
GOODS, at lGJo. or 6 yards for $1.00, really protty,
and certainly CHEAP. Wo givo our patrons from
this dato tho advantage of our having a prompt,
good buyer, locatoi in New York city, always in
the market ready for these bargain?.
May 2 It. C. SHIVER.
A FINE OPENING.
$5.00 for a First Class $15.00 Dress!
WE have about 23 Satin Striped ?Silk and Ramie
DKES8 PATTERNS, of peculiar beauty and
richness, which are really worth much moro than
wo oller them for: and gentlemen visiting the city
cannot invest $5 in anything more valuable to tako j
home. Call and sec them.
April 20 ll. C. SHIVER.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
FISHER & II E1XIT S II,
33 JFS_ TT ?Gr- G- X S* T S ,
QI'FER FOP. SALE A LARGE STOCK
AT LOW PRICES.
SUP. CARP*. SODA,
ALCO HO L ,
UEINlTSirS QUEEN'S DELIGHT.
April 23_ _f
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
?yy-E ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST AND
best selected stock of tho above gooda ever !
brought to this city, bought low for cash, and
will be sold at a small advance
In CLOTHING, wo havo everything from planta?
tion wear to line French Cassiniero-all equally
In HATS, all tho new Spring styles. Alpino, Ve?
locipede, General Prim, and new stylo Silk Hats.
Country dealers would do well to examine our
stock before going further.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Gardening for the South,
BY Wm. N. N. White, or Athens, Ga.
The Grape Culture-a tvoatlse on tho culti?
vation cf tho native grape, bj Fuller.
Plan's Grape Culture and Wine-making.
Saunders' Practical Treatise on Farm-yard
breaking a Butterfly. By Author or Guy Liv?
Marooner's Island. By Author ot Young Ma
Friendship?) or Women. By Alger.
Anecdotes of American Clergy.
And many other new books and novels, at
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S bookstore,
April 20_Under Columbia Hiitel.
Dftsirahlfl Residence for Sal?,
A Lot, containing one-third of an acre,
with a neat commodious DWELLING
_ HOUSE, having an np-stairs of five Rooms,
a Basement of five Rooms, Bathing-room with
shower bath, all neocesary out-buildings and iu
good repairs. Inquire at this office. March 28
Groceries, Furniture, Fancy Goods, dbe.
BY JAOOB LEVIN.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, weather permit?
ting, at my Auction Room,
BACON HAMS AND SIDES,
Sugar and Coffee,
Candles, and Soap,
Starch and Indlgj,
20 Bhls. Potatoes,
20 Rbis. Superior Family Flour, Ac, ?kc,
with sundry articles of Furniture, Ac. May 7
WI) OPEN, THIS MORNIVG, several Invoices
Of NEW DRESS GOODS, with Fringes,
Gimps and Buttons to match.
A full linc of Printed Lawns. Cambrics, Jaco?
nets and Organdies.
A full lino of Sheeting.
A full lino of Long Cloths.
A full line of Calicoes.
A full lino of White Goods.
A full line ol' Kid Gloves.
A full line of Lislfi Thread Gh-'Ves.
A full linc of Hosiery.
A full line of Irish Linens.
A full lino of Oassimcres for Gentlcmsn'e SuitB.
A full linc of Linen Coating, Drills and Ducks.
Making our stock quito as full and completo as
it was two weeks ago.
Wo solicit a call from our friends and all visitors
to our city, with the assurance that our stock and
prices willpleaso all. J. H. A M. L. KI NA HD,
April 28 One door South of Columbia Hotel.
New Books at Bryan & HcCarter's.
THAVELS IN JAVA AND THE EAST INDIAN
ARCHIPELAGO, with Maps and Plates, by
Travels in Alaska, by Whymper,
Phineas Kinn, tho Irish member, $1.25,
My Recollections of Lord Byron, by Countess
Palestine, Svria and Asia Minor, by Frecse,
How Ho Won Her, by Mrs, Southworth, $1.75,
Pre-Historic Nations, by Baldwin, $1.75,
Colorado, its Purks and Mountains, by Bowles,
Two Life Paths, a romance, by Mublbacn, CO
Thc Factory, by Miss Braddon, 75 cents,
Cometh up as a Flower, CO cents,
Marooner*. Island, a sequel to Young Maroon?
A new supply of Chaplet of Pearls, by Miss
Yonge, and other uew booka.
New Photograph Albums, Chromos, Ac.
Pure .'Dickson's Improved" Cotton 8eed,
FOR SALE, at $2.00 per bushel for any amount
of 5 bushels or under. Over 5 bushels, at
$1 50 por bushel.
Seed grown from sood bought by mo of Mr.
David Dickson, of Oxford, Qa.*, (tho great seeds
man,) in 1867. at $4 00 per bushel.
Thc DICKSON yields moro than any other Seed
in tho country. Warranted pure.
Hon. David Houser, StaU Seuator from Orangc
burg, writes as follows concerning tho "Dickson
Improved Cotton Secdr"
ST. MATTHEW'S, 8. C., February 15,1860.
A. r. ANAKKU, ESQ.: The "Dickson Improved,"
obtained of you last spring, turned out moro cot?
ton per acre than any other I hive over planted,
oxcept the sumo variety of seed planted by me
before tho war, which w?ro lost by Sherman's in?
cendiaries. DAVID HOUSER.
A. T. AMAKER, St. Matthew's, 8. C.
MRS. C. E. REED has opened for
inspection tho finest assortment of
I'Ieuch, English and American La?
dies' HATS, BONNETS, FLOWER8
AND RIBBONS, Ac, tho best and
cheapest evor offered to the Ladies
of -Columbia and the surrounding
Several cases of Ladies,' M?SBCB and Boys'
HATS AND CAPS, from 25 cents up. Hair
braids, Waterfalls, Curls, Switches, Coils, Ac,
Ac. Country Merchants will find it to their ad?
vantage to give me a call, aud seo for themselves.
Frobh arrivals overy day. Hats, Bonnets, Ac, by
thc case or dozen, will bo sold very low.
Bridal Wreaths and Veils of every description,
Jewelry, otc. .
Having first class Milliners, wo are prepared
to executo all orders with neatness and despatch.
Main Street, Columbia, opposite Hopson A, 8ut
pben's. March 28 3mo
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to 12
2. 7 Second Class City Residences, 6to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 Third Class " " 3 to 6 "
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of tho city,
C. 3 Largo Lots in Waverley,
7. 14 Tracts of Land, within 3 mUes of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. Tho Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
0. 2,422 acres, near Kingsville, ono of tho host
cotton and stock plantations in tho country,
10. ? Other Plantations in Richland-somo of
them very desirable,
11. 10,000 acres in Edgetield-several tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Loxington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,500 acres Farming Lands in Fairfield,
15. 1,700 acres near Green .-ill Court Houso,
10. ?,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2.000 " in Kershaw,
lrt. 1,000 " in Marlboro- a No. ? place,
19. 216 " in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fine plantations In Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parlies desiring to purchase or soil property,
will find it to their interest to consult with us. We
have correspondents in New York, Philadelphia
and baltimore, to which points wo are constantly
?ending descriptivo lists of property for salo.
Mardi fi 01BBKS A THOMAS.
(IA BIN ET MAKER and UNDERTAKER, Main
J street, ono door Soutb of Washington street,
takes this occasion to i durn bis sincere thanks to
his friends and numerous patrons for paHt bene?
fits, and would stato that ho hus on hand and con?
stantly arriving, all tho modern improvements in
his lino, which he will disposo of on the most ac?
commodating terms. Ho has recently fitted up in
elegant st vic a No. 1 Hearse, and will supply
C. finis ami attend to interments at short notice.
.. ri! ll m?
Chewing Tobacco. ^
?\f\ R?XES "Rose Bud," very fine.
?\) a " "Navy,"
10 '* Common, low price
April 20 JOHN O. 8EEGFR3.