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NEW YORK, May 19.-Edward Richards,
of Chicago, bad his pocket picked to-day
BAT.TIMORF, May 19.-Richard Patterson,
money delivery clerk of Harndon's Express,
was ga gged and robbed, to-day, of $16,000,
in the third story of No. .16 North Charles
street-a public place. Tho street was filled
SAVANNAH, May 19.~Cresar Wiggins, ono
of ten negros on trial for murder of Brond
backor and Bookman, on 5th December,
was to-day found guilty of murder. Others
will be.tried irisnccession.
MEMPHIS, TENN., May 18.-Seventeou
Western and ? Southern States are repre?
sented in the Convention. After securing
a permanent organization, adjourned.
Charles.Clinton has boen appointed Trea?
surer of the Branch Mint? and Assistant
Treasurer of the United States at New Or?
NBW Om.BANS, May 19.-Until last night
the adjoining city of Jefferson, though in?
cluded in the metropolitan police district,
has refused to accept the metropolitan
force, offering armed resistance. Tho
metropolitans of this city mustered 300
men, who were deta?cd, to take charge of
Jefferson precinct. They ruade a movement
about 10 o'clock on the municipal buildings
of Jefferson, which woro filled with armed
citizens. A small battle ensued, when
twelve or. fourteen metropolitans were
wounded, two thought dangerously. The
poli?t?.retired. Gov. Warmouth called upon
General Mower for troops. One company,
which was furnished this morning, marched
quickly to the municipal buildings, meeting
with, no opposition, and installed tho metro?
politans in possession. Tho citizens of Jef?
ferson are considerably excited. No de?
monstration was made ' against the troops,
though tho police force driven off was four
times as large as the body of soldiers. None
of the citizens are believed to be hurt, being
protected by the market house. The elec?
tion was quietly progressing to-day.
The Jeffersonian authorities, in resisting
tho metropolitan police, wereentirely wrong,
in vipw of the fact that the Supreme Court
had decided that the metropolitan organi?
sations were legal. It is stated, however,
that the metropolitans commenced firing on
the Jeffersonians, last night, without stating
their business or who they were. It appears,
from all accounts, that the number of Jef?
fersonians engaged in tho melee last night
were only eight or ten. A largo number of
citizens wore assembled this morning, but
on the approach of tho military quietly dis?
persed. Accompanying tho infautry were
two howitzers, all under the command of
Gen. Mower in person, accompanied by
Gov. Warmouth and Police Superintendent
Cain. After tho metropolitaus obtained
possession, they proceeded to avenge their
defeat of last night upon unoffending by?
stander?, numbers of whom were badly
beaten with policemen's clubs. Citizens
wore arrested indiscriminately. Among
those beaten were an old gray-headed spec?
tator and a butcher standing quietly at his
market stall. Considerable excitement is
still existing in Jefferson, and ono company
of troops remains there.
CHABLEBTON, May 19.-Arrived-Steamer
Prometheus, Philadelphia; schooner D.
Talbot, Rockport. Sailed-Steamor Mag?
nolia, Now York; schoonor W. T. Gushing,
WASHINGTON, May 19.-Secretary Bout
well will continue for the present buying
$1,000,000 in bonds weekly and place thom
in the sinking fund. These bonds will be
changed from coupons to registered, as more
Fish don't think that Great Britain ought
to apologize to tho United States in addi?
tion to paying' tho Alabama claims.
Cresswell is ousting and appointing post?
masters at tho rate of dOO per week.
Pish has submitted certain questions to
Hoar regarding removals under the amended
tenure-of-office Act. Vague ideas regard?
ing the meaning of tho Act aro afloat.
It is stated that Senators Morton and
Sherman have written Boutwell elaborate
protests against his gold-selling bond-buy
iug and siukiug fund policy.
It is stated that tho Treasury declinos to
pay warrants signed by Porter per Boric.
The sub-Judiciary Committee of the
House will take evidence on tho Busteed
case in Mobile. They depart on this mis?
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW YOKE, May 19-Noon.-Stocks firm.
Money ste dy, at 6@7. Sterling 9}.-. Gold
12Flour duli and drooping, wheat
quiet and heavy. Corn dull and favors
buyers. Pork firm-new Bl??. Lard firm
steam 18>?@18??. Cotton quiot, at 28%.
7 P. M.-Cotton active and unchanged,
with sales of 2,900 bales, at 28%. Flour
.unchanged. Wheat heavy and lc. lower.
Corn lower-yellow Southern 93. Pork
firmer, at 81.25. Lard higher-kettle 18@
19. Whiskey firmer, ut 98. Groceries
quiet and dull. Wall streot was greatly ox
citod all day over sensation rumors, aud all
markets affecting money closed fairly easy,
at 7, with exceptions at 6. Gold excited,
and roae to dd>?, but re-acted after d o'clock,
and closed at d3%.
BALTIMOHE, May 19.-Cotton quiet.
Flour ih demand-very light superfine 5.25 |
(a)0.25. Wheat dull. Corn dull-white
fc;l@82; yellow 82@8d. Whiskey firm and
scarce, at 1.00. Provisions firm and un
CINCINNATI, May 19.-Whiskey firmer, at
95. Mess pork 31.00 Lard held at 18.
Bacon -shoulders 13; sides 16>4($16?4;
MoniiiE, May 19.-Cotton Armor and in
demand, with soles of 1,500 bales-dOO after
?he close of yesterday-low middlings 261;
receipts 315; exports d,005.
NEW ORLEANS, May 19.-Cotton easier,
but not quotably lower-middling* 28f??
28>?; sales 2,650 bales. Gold ?1%. Flour
firmer-superfine 5.25; double 5.75; treble
6.25. Corn scarce and higher-white 78?
80. Sugar-common 9?i@i0>2 ; prime 13}?
@13^4. Molasses dull-fermenting 35?
47. Whiskey aud coffee unchanged and
OHABLESION, May 19.-Cotton dall; sales
100 bales-middlings 27??@27>?; receipts
AUOUSTA, GA., May 19.-Market dull;
sales 130 bales; receipts 50-middlings 26?
LONDON, May 19-3 P. M.-Consols 92fa'.
Bonds steady, at 78%.
LIVERPOOL, May 19-3 P. M.-Cotton
oponed dull and flat-uplands 11^??11>?;
JU aw ?nd Order In tlie South.
A strenuous effort was made iu the Anti
Slavery Convention, on Wednesday, to re?
vive expiring prejudices concerning the con?
dition of society in the South, with especial
reference to the rights and interests of co?
lored citizens and Northern "loyalists." Ono
of the expelled Georgia legislators was asked
whether he considered his life safe in that
State, and he responded that no mau's life,
who stands on the loyal side, is safe in
Georgia, outside of tho largo cities. Tho
question was pressed iu other forms, and
always with a somewhat similar result; tho
ovideut aim being to produce an impression
that Ku Klux and rebels still dominate in
the South, and that the staunch Republi?
can, white or black, is all the time in jeo?
pardy. Mr. Wendell Phillips likened the
white Southerner to "tho bull-dog that,
having boen taught for twenty years to
spring at every passer-by, could not chango
his nature in a day." The ladies were equally
ferocious; a colored Mrs. Harper declaring
that "there is no civilized country in tho
world whero there has been so much mur?
dering as has been going on receutly at the
South." For the object of these represen?
tations wc have not far to seek. A case
against Georgia and the unreconstructed
States is desired HS an excuse for harsh
action, and thc story of murder for political
causes is the best that can be coucocted for
We aro more than skeptical ou this sub?
ject. We do not behove these tales of whole?
sale murder and oppression, nor do we give
credence to thc allegation that "loyalists'
aro systematically persecuted and huutec
down. There was a time, undoubtedly
when in some localities a hostile spirit rai
high, and wheu tho assertion of Republie?i
opiuiou involved moro or less peril; bu
trustworthy evideuco seems to show tba
this state of things no longer exists. So fa:
as we can judge, life and property are quiti
as secure at the South as at the North
Taking population into account, we are cou
viuced that tho per ccntago of criuio is ni
greater any whero in the South, and certaiul;
not in Georgia, than in tho North or West
For every murder committed there, wo wi!
undertake to find a murder hero. For ever;
outrage that admits of verification in Geor
gia, we will trace a parallel outrage in lu
diana or New York. Nay, we uro persuadei
that, all things considered, there is les
crime in Virginia, in South Carolina, i
Alabama, and oven in Georgia, than in thi
State, or in other parts of the North. Thi
city could easily supply a chapter of borr?n
of recent date, which.* by a party of reasor.
ing Southern observers, might cite as prool
of savagery"and demoralization. Such a
application of l'acte would be nu warran tee
but if woiild bc not less legitimate than th
endeavor of the Auti-Slav?ry 'Society ?
natics to arraign the'whole'South' forth
acts of its criminal class. It is absurd t
look for a greater average of virtue, e
greater immunity from crime there than ^
are contented with here' What Georg:
and its neighbors may fairly plead is, thi
in respect of offences against person au
property, they have nothing to fear froi
comparison with Massachusetts or Michigai
And this is all wo are entitled to expect.
But, we are told, the South does not wc
come loud-tongueel loyalists as cordially i
they think they should be welcomed. M
Forney, who has boon spying out tho nake
ness of tho land in company with a par
like unto himself, publicly complains th
they went about without being worshippe
He does not allege that they were insulte
He does not pretend that they had any a
prehension as to their personal safety. I
does not deny that homes await all who sei
them with a decent respect for the feel in
and opinious of tho present populatio
But ho objects that tho entire South d
not take him and his friends at their ov
valuation, and that it receives coldly tho
who go there as professional politicians,
who insist, when settling, that they shall
esteemed us tho only loyal, tho only rigl
eons, members of tho community. The
objections and complaints are very foolis
In the first place, Southern citizens have
good a right as Northern citizens to choc
their company and friends, and may as pi
perly discriminate in their welcome to no
comers. In the next placo, tho men who
South expecting to make a business of po
tics, aud who denounce o very ouo who ;
fuses to vote their ticket, are a nuisance
any locality, and are not entitled any wh<
to courtesy or consideration.
Tho South should be judged, not by
feeling toward demagogues and adventure
but by its treatmont of strangers of a
? nationality who go there in good faith, p
pared to settle down and become uso
citizens. In regard to this class, wo see
reason to doubt that they are gladly
ceived, or that they sharo the protection
good laws, administered impartially and
fectively. There may bo exceptional loci
ties, but so there are in tho West. Indei
the conditions of welcomo in Virginia
Georgia do not essentially differ from thi
which obtain in Kansas or Minnesota. A
tho supremacy of law and jrder ia, as a rc
as well assured in the ono case r.s in
other.-New York Times.
Rev. Thomas Hutchins, a well known
Methodist.; minister, formerly of Spartan
burg, died in Savannah recently.
A junior member of a Broad street, New
York, banking house disappeared recently
with $119,125 of the property of the firm
in his possession. No clue to his where?
abouts has yet been ascertained.
DIED OF ms WOUNDS.-We regret exceed?
ingly to hear of the death, on Saturday last,
of George Floyd, who was shot by Fielden
Turner several days ago, near Price's Ford,
in this District. Tamer was intoxicated,
and cherished no malice at the time of
shooting, or previous, towards the deceased.
75 Founds Gibson's Butter
FOR sale at FORTY-FIVE CENTS per pound,
May 20 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Cotton Seed ior Sale.
1 Ki0? TO TWO HUNDRED BUSHELS. Ap
lOU ply at CRAWFORD A FRIDAY'S.
M-^^_ CALL at STALL No. 13-a YOUNO
C^UHIILE COW. May bc eeeii until 12
May 20 1 P. W. FULLER.
NOTICE in hereby givou that I will apply to the
Court of Frobate for the County of Darling?
ton, after tho expiration of one month from date,
for a final discharge from fsponatbility as guar?
dian of the eatatee of A. B. C. Dove "and C. L.
Dove. ABIGAIL DOVE, Guardian.
DAHLINOTON C. H., S. C., Muy 20, 18M.
Notice is Given
THAT the undersigned will apply to tho Hon.
Wm. Dutson Wigg, Judge of Probate, at bia
office, at 12 M., on 20tb July next, for a discharge
aa sureties to bond of Robert R. Bolton, aa admi?
nistrator, with will annexed, of Elisha Carter, de
ceahcd. T. J. GIBSON.
May 20 j!2_H. M. GIBSON.
natu County, Virginia.
THESE SPRINGS will bo open for the rcceptiou
of Visitors on tho 1st of June, with ample ac?
commodations for 300 neraons.
They are accessible hy tho Chef apenko and Ohio
Railroad. Passengers leaving the cari? nt Coving?
ton Depot arrive at the Springs in four hour?, by
comfortable atageB, over a first-rate turnpike
road of eaay grade, passing in full view of tho
celebrated Falling Springs, and other picturesque
mountain and water scenery.
Tho luxurious and invigorating eftccts of tho
Hot and Cold Baths are acknowledged by all who
have used them. The accommod?t iona and ma?
nagement arc equal to those of any city hotel.
Pamphlets, descriptive of the virtues of the
waters, and attesting their wonderful curative
properties, can be procured by application to
Messrs. Purcell, LaduACo., Richmond; Kcdwell
A Son, Washington City; Coleman A Rogers, Bal
timoro, Md.; Bullock A Crcnahaw, Philadelphia;
J. ll. Webb, New York; or from the Agent at the
Telegraph Office at the Springe.
Board, per dav, $3; per week, 120; per month
?75. M. H. HOUSTIN, Resident Pim kian.
DUNLOP, MONCUBK A CO., )
HUGH W. FRY, . - Proprietors.
A. T. STOKES, )
Maj 20 :112_JOHJS L. EU,BANK, Agent.
A HOME ENTERPRISE.
PIEDMONT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF VI HG I XI A,
HAS determined to establish a BRANCH OF?
FICE in South Carolina. Tho Branch Office
ia designed to give us tho full benefits of an cn
tiroly HOME COMPANY, by investing in the State
all tho funds received in it. In fact, it is better
than a now company, because thc PIEDMONT is
a BUCCOSS already established, with ample capital
So far, Edgefield hoads the list, FOUR HUN?
DRED persons having insured in this favorite
Southern Companv in tho last six months. Abbe?
ville numbers little lesa than TWO HUNDRED.
Will not the people of Columbia, and other sec?
tions of thc State, emulate the example of these
two Districts, hy coming forward, without delay,
and take out policies in this Companv, and secure
to themselves tho benefits of the BRANCH OF?
FICE, by having it located at Columbia?
Tho Piedmont has declared a DIVIDEND OF
FORTY PER CENT. The dividend could have
safely been larger, but with tho prudence and cau?
tion which has over guided this Company, it has
doomed it propor, hoing tho first dividend, to hold
a surplus beyond tho reservo fuud.
In short, tho Piedmont has no superior, and
with a BRANCH OFFICE in our midst, there can
surely bo no possible excuse to justify a Southern
mau to commence, or continue, to send his money
oil" for Lifo Insurance.
Mav 18 jl_S. L. LEAPHART, Agent.
GEO. HI GGINS'
FIRE AND LIFE
No. 2 "Columbia Hotel" Building,
COLUMBIA, s. C.
iEtna Fire Insurance Company,
Merchants' Fire Insurance Company,
North American Fire Insurance Company,
Fire Insurance and Savings Company,
?v~ BEPBESEXTINO A CAPITAL or ?7,000,000 : _**
L IEE DE PA R TMENT.
Arlington Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
The loading Lifo Insurance Company of tho South.
All claims for losaos adjusted and paid at this
office. GEORGE HUGGINS, Agent.
fc6/^VRANGE 'Brai./ HAMS, best in market.
\J Pure Loaf Lard.
Fulton Market Beef, Sealed Herrings.
Pickled Salmon, Smoked Tongues, Ac.
For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
Auo tion Sales.
Damaged Hay, on account of all concerned.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW MORNING I will sell, before my
store, at 10 o'clock.
25 halos HAY, slightly damaged._May 20
Assignee's Sale of Real Estate.
BT D. C. PEIXOTTOA SON, AUCTIONEERS.
In the matter of Jlobert Bryce & Son, Bankrupts.
BY virtue of the authority in me vested kB As?
signee of thu above-named bankrupt estate,
1 will sell, before the Court House, in Columbia,
S. C., at the usual hour, ou MONDAY, the th
day of Juno next, tho following valuable real ea
tatu of Robert Bryce, free from encumbrance, to
LOT NO. 1
All that lot of Land, with the Brick Store and
Ofiices thereon, lately occupied by Robert Bryce
,'? Son, fronting Ettst on Richardson street, fifty
two feet two inches, more or less, and North 6n
islanding street, two hundred and eight feet night
inches, moro or lesa, and by parallel lines, Weat
bv lot l?o. 2, and South bv M. Ehrlich's lot.
LOT NO. 2.
All that Lot West of No. 1, containing about
one-half aero, bounded East by Lot No. 1 and
M. Ehrlich's lot, West by Assembly street, South
by lot of-, and North by Blanding street.
On this lot is tho flro-proof powder house ujed by
LOT NO. 3.
All that lot of Land whereon the said Robert
Bryce now resides, containing one-half acre, moro
or leas, and bounded North by R. Cathcart and G.
W. Wright, Eaat by Gates street, South by . Rich?
land street, and Weat bv Lot No. 4.
LOT "NO. 4.
Tho vacant Lot containing ?one-half aero, West
of the last described lot, fronting South on Rich?
land street one hundred and four feet eight inches,
more or lena, and running back bv parallel hues
two hundred and eight feet, hounded Weat by W.
W. Walker, North by G. W. Wright, and Eaat bv
Lot No. 3.
LOT NO. 5.
All that tract of Land containing twelve acres
ton chaina, more or lesa, about two and a half
miles from the city of Columbia, known as "Tho
Sand Hill Ke*idcnoo." bounded bv landa of J. W.
Parker, W. J. Taylor, Dr. Eh'aa Marka, and
TEIIMS OK SALE-One-third caali; the balance of
purchaae money payable in equal instalments of
one and two years, with" interest from day of sale,
payable annually, and secured by bond and mort?
gage of premiaos. Purchasers to pav for papers
and atampa. TH?R. J. LAMOTTE,
May 10 mth Assignee.
BY virtue ol a writ of jicri facias, to me
directed, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
in June next, in front of thc Court Houae, in Co?
lumbia, within the legal boura, the following pro
All that vacant lot of LAND on the corner of
Richardson ami Laurel streets, iu the city of Co?
lumbia, containing one acre, more or lesa
bouuded on the North by Laniol atreet; Eaat by
Hiuhardaon street; South by lot formerly of Charlea
Beck; and on the Weat by Aaaembly street. Le?
vied on aa the property of John Harrison. Sr., at
the suit of N. A. 1'OHV VS. John Harrison. Terms
cash. P. F FUAZEE, S. R. C.
May ? mth
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Edward Kinaler and Henry O. Kinaler, Executors .
of .1. J. Kiualcr, ca. Amelia B. Kindler, Mary A.
Holmes, et al.
UNDER decree of the Circuit Court, hilting in
Equity, in tho above stated ca.-e, will be sold,
on the tir?t MONDAY in June next, before tho
Court Houao, in Columbia, between the boura of
ll o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P M., tho following
tracts of land, to wit :
No. 1. The right and interest of tho late John J.
Kinaler, (being thcllife catate of P. Boni,) iu the
tract of land in Richland County, known aa "Pal?
mira," containing 341 aerea-bounded by lauds of
Barah, Dukes, Bull, Crewa and othera.
No. 2. One and ouo-flfth aerea in Lexington
County, between Congareo Perry and old bridge
bounded by lauds of Guignard lind the Congareo
No. 3. A tract of land iu Lexington County, con?
taining aeventy-oix acres-bounded by landa of
Guignard, Mayrant and R. N. Lewia.
TERMS or SALE.-Tract No. 1 and 2 caab. Tract
No. 3 ouo-third caab, and the balance ou a credit
of one and two years; secured by bond and mort?
gage of the premises sold. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papera. D. B. MILLER, C. C P.
May 10_ _ji ith _
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, t<> me di?
rected, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY m
June next, in front of the Court House, iu Colum?
bia, within the legal boura:
All the right, title and interest of the Defend?
ant II. \V. Adama, in the tract of LANI) known aa
the "Howell Tract"-bounded by the landa of
John P. Adams, Weston, Hopkins and others;
being tho tract conveyed by N. Bynum to Jamee
I H. Adama, decoaaed; supposed to contain sixteen |
' hundred acre?; levied on aa the property of H. W. j
Adama, at thc suit of Robert N. Lewis ve. H. W.
Adams. Terms cash. V. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C. !
Under order of Judge of Probate, cs parle Samuel |
Fair, Administrator.-Petition for Partition and
IN pursuance of an order made by Wm. Hutson
Wigg, Judge of Probate for Richland County,
1 will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY m June next, '
in front of the court house, in Columbia, within
the legal hours,
All that tract of LAND in Richland County, con?
taining 95 acree, situate on the wateis of Eight
Mile Branch, four milos Nortbv-oast of Columbia;
bounded on the North by landa of Wm. Sheppard;
on the South by lands of Kinaler; on tho East by
; Mrs. Gowings and others; and on the Weat by
i landa belonging to Evans A Cogswell.
All that tract of Land in Richland County
known as the "Henry Hill Place," about seventeen
miles from Columbia, near the Camden road;
bounded on the North by William and Holly Golf;
on tho South by Wages' land; on the East by
Richanlaon'a laud; ami on the West by Cobb's
I land; containing 200 acres, mere or less, being
the ?ands of which tho lat.; Frederick H. Barah
TERMS OF SALK.-Cash enough to pay expensea
of these proceedings, and one-half of bid; balance
I in twelve mont bs, with intereat from dato of aale,
. secured by mortgages of tho premises. Purchaser
1 to pav for stamps and papers.
M ay 13 timi_P. F. FRA 7. F.F., S. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias, to me
directed, I will sell, on tho first MONDAY in
I Juno next, in front of the Court House, iu Colum
I bia, within the legal hours, the following property,
The HOUSE and LOT in the city of Columbia,
containing two acres-bounded on the North by
Medium street; East bv Wayno street; South by
Green stroet; and Wost'bv-street; levied on aa
the property of A. R. Phillipa, at tho auit ol eily
of Columbia, for taxes.
Tho House and Lot in tho city of Colombia;
bounded on the North by -Hargrove; East by
Wajne street; South by Anna Sharp's lot; and
Weat by W. S. Rowe; ?ovied on as the property of
Caroline Scott, at the suit of city of Columbia, for
Tho II' uso and Lot on the corner of Washing?
ton and Gadsden streets, in the eity of Columbia ;
boundod on the North by Israel Smith; South by
Washington street; East by Gadsden stront; and
nest by-; levied on as the property of Samuel
Jenkins, at the suit of city of Columbia, for taxes.
Kay Itt m th P. F. FltAZEE, 8. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias to me
directed, I will acll on tho FIRST. MONDAY
io Jone next, iu front of tho Court House in Co?
lumbia, within thc legal hours, the following pro?
Tho HOUSE and LOT on tho corner of Bl?nd
ing and Barnwell streets, in the city of Columbia;
bounded on tho North by Blaming street; East
by Barnwell street; South by Isaac Walker and
M. Cook, and Wost by Rov. Wm. Martin: levied on
as the property of the OHtato of John M. Allen, at
tho auit or the city of Columbia, for taxes.
One acre of Land in the city of Columbia, on
the corner of Dull and Richland streets; bounded
on tho North by Wm. L. Reynolds and Jamos Bell;
East by Bull street; South by Richland street, and
West by Mrs. McDonald's lot, levied on as the
property of E. Cuthbert, at tho auit of the city of
Columbia, for taxoa.
The House and Lot on tho corner of Marion
aud Taylor streets; bounded on the North by Tay
or street, measuring 52 foet on eaid street; East
by lot formerly of C. Boukninht, measuring 162
feet; South by Clarissa Mays, and West by Ma?
rion streot; levied on as the propertv of Misa C.
' Dame]*, at tho suit of the city of Columbia, for
The Hons" and Lot in the citv of Columbia;
bounded on tho North by Davis"* alley; East by
Henry Davis'lot; South by C. V. Carrington, A.
L. Solomon and Mrs. McGuium's, and West bv As?
sembly street; levied on as ' the property of Dr.
John Lynch, ut the suit of tho city of,Columbia,
A vacant Lot of Land in the city of Columbia;
bounded on tho North hy lot formerly of M. Win
stock; East hy Dr. Samuel Fair; South by Thomas
Davis, and West by Richardson street; levied on
as tho property of G. H. Black, at tho snit of tho
city of Columbia, for taxes.
Thc HOIHO and Lot in the city of Columbia;
bounded on the North by E. W. Edgerton; East by
Pickons street; South by J. P. Southern, and WeBt
by-; levied on aa tho property o^ P. H.. Flani
gan, at the suit of the city of Columbia, for faxes.
The House and Lot on tho corner of Winn and
Gervais streets, in tho city of Columbia; bounded
on the North bylands formerly of Dr. Samuel
Fair; East by James L. Board; Sotith by Gervais
street, and West bv Wiuu street; levied on as the
property of P. W. Fuller, at tho suit of the city of
Columbia, for taxes.
A vacant Lot of Land on Richardson street, in
the city of Columbia; bounded on tho North by
William Henniee; East bv Richardson street;
South by I. Grieshaber, and West by-; levied
on as the property of tho estate of H. Hess, at the
suit of the city of Columbia, for taxes.
The House and Lot in tho city of Columbia;
bounded on the North by Lady street; East by
Assembly street; South by Phillp Motts, and West
by E. D. Gilmore's lot; lovied on aa tho property
Of J. L. Lumsden, at the suit of the city of Coluni
bia, for taxes.
A vacant Lot of Lind iu tho city of Columbia;
bounded on the North bv Taylor street; East by
Dr. Thomas J. Rawls; South by Dr. D. H. Treze
vant, und West by Samuel Beard's lot; levied on
as tho propertv ot M. Lilienthal, at tho snit of the
city of Columbia, for taxes,
A vacant Lot of Laud in the city of Columbia;
bounded on tho North by Edward Hunt; on the
East and South by Richard Wearn's lot, and on
tho West bv Richardson street; levied on as the
property of Mrs. L. G. Patterson, at the suit of
tho city of Columbia, for taxes.
Tho Ffouao and Lot in thc city of Columbia;
bounded on the North and Weat hy Dr. F. W.
Green; South by Medium street, and East by lot
of estate of Henry Davis; levied on as the property
of William J. Thomas, at the suit of the city of
Columbia, for taxes.
A vacant Lot of Land in tho city of Columbia;
bounded on the North by Washington street;
East by Columbia leo House lot; South by Aaha
Palmer, and West by John English, and others:
levied on as thc property of F. G. DeFoutaiue A
Co., for taxes.
A vacant Lot of Land on Richardson street, in
tho city of Columbia; bounded on the North by
estate of David Truesdale; East hy Richardson
street; South by lot of estate of J. McAndrow, and
Went by lot formerly of estate of B. Roily; levied
on as the property of the estate of J. McAndrew,
at tho suit of tho citv of Columbia, for taxes.
Terms cash. * P. F. FBAZEE, S. R. C.
May 13 timi
171 OR SALK, a complete set of COTTON MA
; CHINERY for a Mill of 150 looms, of a capa
city of 12,000 pounds weekly of 3l> inch heavy
sheetings. Carding is new, and of the best make;
has been run but six months. Spinning, (patent
dyer throstles,) Dressers and Looma, in porfect
order; together with harnesses, reeds, beania,
bobbins, and all the furniture necessary to etart
nod run a milt of the above aizo at once. Can bo
delivered in Bo?tou immediately. Apply to
WM. GRAY A CO.,
May IS iP> ~JC> Summer street, Boston, Mans.
Charlotte and S. C. Railroad Company.
COLOMBIA, S. C., May 14, i860.
IN pursuance of a resolution of tho Board of Di?
rectors, a dividend of twenty-five per centum
on thc capitr'. stock of this Company, payable in
; stock of tho Columbia and Augusta Railroad
Conipauv, (being share for share,) ia hereby dc
I elared. Tho Government tax and stamps to be
paid by the Stockholders to tho undsraigiied, on
delivery of tho scrip dividend. Tho Transfer
Book will be closed from the 20th to the 25th inst,
inclusivo; and ilie dividend scrip will bo ready for
delivery at this ofiico on and alter the last named
date. Stockholders, or their legal representatives,
when applying for the dividend, are required to
' present their stock certificates.
May l."> ll C. H. MANSON, Treasurer.
ASIX-HORSE ENGINE-mounted on wheels;
built expressiv for Threshing and Ginning.
Apply to ll. TOZER, City Machine Works,
April '?1 Columbia. S. 0.
Butter and Cheese
-I f\ TUBS Choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
XVJ 20 Boxoa Prime CHEESE.
Just received by stoamer and for salo by
April 27_ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
20U Bbls. Flour
FROM Northern, Western and Southern Mills,
for sale at lowest rates of the season, bv
May 13 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
rj?r KITS No. 1 Bay and Shoal MACKEREL.
/ t) GO Bbls., Halvos and Quarters, Nos. 1,2 and
9, for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.