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LoHboy, 'Jfcne 2.- Tho Irishthatch
bULwjre*d.?h? first tune tu?a morning,
in-^.ffo? W Loru.=.
reacting will be on tho
?KBUN, June 'Q.-^MDBPR^WB"
passed a bill taxing malt sugar ?nd bills
HAVANA, June 2.-Mexican advices bf
tho 20th ult. have been received. Many
of the' States n$ify the Act. of Con?
gress suppressing party d?monstratf?ns.
Kidnappers are prosecuted with nnusual
vigor throughout', tho country. Colonel
Mayer is still in prison. Tho telegraph
from,ibo Pacific to the Atlantic, through
Mexico, is complete.
The property confiscated between the
10th of April and the 1st of June, pro?
duced $70,000. The city hos been terri?
bly excited since yesterday. .Volunteers
aro arriving and. serious riots are ex?
pected. A heavy engagement took place
between bays pf Mpe and Bauos.
Offioial reports "announce four cannons
and all other munitions of war brought
by the fillibneters captured.
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WASHINGTON, JUDO 1.-Lieut. William
McGee, of the 20th infantry, for riotous
and disorderly conduct, has been sen?
tenced to dismissal, and five years con?
finement in the Louisiana penitentiary.
Several New York bankers claim that
the. bulk of'their capital used for carry?
ing stocks and bonds, thu? acting ns
brokers, should be exempt from taxation.
The claim was unfavorably received, but
it is"yet undecided.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $397,
The total debt of the United States,
both principal and interest, is $263,867,
065,310; amount in Treasury of eoiu be?
longing to Government, ?8,183,946,949;
coin for which certificates of deposit
are outstanding, $23,340,720; currency,
$19,984,550,07; sinking fund in bonds
bearing coin interest, and accrued inter?
est thereon, 8309,329,542; .total, $12,
825,803,998. Decrease of public debt
during the past month, $1,338,477,797;
decreased since March 1, 1869, $20,050,
LEWISTON, Me., June 2.-A boat con?
taining nine men was carried over tho
falls to-day. Four were drowned.
PORTLAND, ME., June 2.-Lawyer Bar?
ker's wife fatally shot a milliner to-day.
Jealousy was the cause.
ST. Lons, June 2.-Indian depreda?
tions in Western Kansas continue.
Twenty men, women and children have
been killed within u week, and many
; CHICAGO, June 2.-A Fort Smith spe?
cial to the Tribune, states that a party of
250 Cheyenees attacked an. unprotected
settlement 160 miles from Topeka on
Sunday morning. Thirteen men, wome?
and children were massacred. Tho wo?
men were, ravished, and their bodies mu?
RICHMOND, June 2.-The graves of the
Confederate soldiers at Hollywood Ceme?
tery were decorated to-day. About
10,000 persons visited tho cemetery.
Easiness houses were closed, and a gene?
ral holiday observed.
MONTGOMERY, June 2.-The immigra?
tion convention adjourned to-day, aftei
adopting an address' to tho people of thc
North and Europe. An organization
was perfected, which will go to work al
once. The President and Board of Di?
rectors will be from among the best busi
ness men of the State. Tho plan agreed
upon is a stock company of money auci
CHARLESTON, Juno 2.-Sailed-steam?
er Magnolia, New York.
FIWAKOIAL ASP COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORE, Jnne 2-Noon.-Stocks
feverish but strong. Money steady, al
7. Sterling 9>?. Gold 38%. Floui
dull and deolimng. Wheat and corr
dull and unchanged. MOBS pork 3?.50Q.
31.60, Cotton firm and quiet, at 29??(?
30. Freights quiet.
7 P.M.-Cotton a eh ad o firmer wi tl
sales of 4,000 bales, at 30. Flour favori
buyers. Wheat'quiet and a shade easier
Corn unchanged. Pork 31.25. Larc
steady. Groceries dull. Money sharp,
at 7. Gold 88^.
BALTIMORE, June 2.-Cotton very firn
at 29. FloUr dull and irregular. Wheal
dull and nominal. Corn firm-vellov
86@88. Provisions firm. Whiskey dui
CINCINNATI, June 2.-Whiskey unset
tied, at 95. Pork 81.25. Bacon held
ahoalders 13'.. ; sides 17. Lard held a
KEW ORLEANS, June 2.-Cotton stifle
-middling uplands 28^; sales 3,051
bales. Gold 88. Flour-super 5.40
double 5.80; treble 6.85. Corn 95. Pori
33.00. Bacon 14>?@17??. Lard
tierces 18%@19; keg 20. Sugar un
ohanged. Molasses-fermenting 40C<
02}Whiskey and coffee nnohanged.
AUGUSTA, June 2.-Cotton marke
firmer with sales of C15 bales-receipt
60; middling 27>?.
SAVANNAH, June 2.-Cotton marke
very active with an advance of H@?ic~
middiing 27%@28; sales 600 bales.
CHARLESTON, June 2.-Cotton in goo<
demand, and advanced } ?o. ; sales of 50<
bales-middlings 28>?; receipts 281.
LONDON, June 2-3 P. M.-Consols e:
dividend 92%. Bonds 80)?. Advice
from China report the total shipment
of the new crop of tea thus far at 142,
LONDON, June 2-Evening.-Consol
92%; Bonds 80>?.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 2-3 P. M.-Cottoi
firmer-uplands' 11%', Orleans 11%.
tmajpoox, - Jone 2-Evening.-Up?
land cotton UK; Orleans 11%; ?alee
^?AYB*,' afeisl-^-Cottott elciwtf buoy?
ant/ yteeterdny--epotf 140% >, : afloat 137.
The market opened firm to-day-spot
. ?AVUE, Jone 2.-Cotton closed buoy?
ant-on spot 142; afloat 188.
HAVANA, June 2.-Sugar active, at
A California Farm.
Mr. Charles Lo ring Bruce, in his hook
called "The New. West; or, California in
1867 and 1868," gives the following
sketch of a California farm:
I drove up recently to the door-way of
a picturesque house, belonging-to one of
that class perhaps pecnliar to California
-"the large farmers." Tho building,
like very many in the country districts
of the State, shows an effort toward an
appropriate architecture. It is built of
wood, painted brown; tho roof-Une is
broken with sharp gables, and the front
has a very broad veranda, ornamented
with creeping vines; the wings ruu out
behind, enclosing a -little fountain in a
small square, into which the central ball
opens under another rear veranda., In
this climnte galleries or verandas ore an
essential of life, and as bed-rooms under
the roof are not objectionable, the
pointed gables and picturesque roof
forms can be adopted without difficulty.
Much of the inside is finished with na?
tive woods, varnished. Few ou the
Eastern coast have any idea of tho beauty
of Home of the nativo woods here. The
State is unfortunately deficit in some of
the most useful woods, especially the
oak and ash-so that the material for
barrel-staves and wagon-frames has to
bo iniportedjfrom our coast; but in or?
namental varieties she has some exqui?
site specimens. Tho ir.aman.ita, when
polished, has a deep red, with exquisite
graining, more beautiful than mahogany.
The laurel is ono of the richest woods
ever used for paneling, and the oak is
remarkably pretty, and even the red
wood ornaments a room nicely with its
One may judge of California hospitali?
ty when I say that almost my first saluta?
tion from the gentleman was: "Well,
you have come to spend a month, of
course," and a riding horse was at my
service every dny, &c.
This property is within four hours of
tho city, and will soon be within two.
It enjoys the coolness of the sea breeze
without the chill sud dust of Sau Frac
cisco winds. You have the sun of Italy
and the temperature of an English sum?
mer; seldom in winter n frost, and in
summer a heat rarely abovo SD degrees,
and more generally about 70 degrees,
with nights always cool. As a conse?
quence, this gentleman's garden will
show a variety of vegetation, I believe,
rarely seen nnywhere else on earth.
Think of au orchard where the olive
grows by the side of the quince, and the
almond near the barberry; where the fig
and the gmpe flourish equally with the
apple, the peach and the cherry. His
house is almost embowered in olives; and
fig trees, with trunks six inches thick,
form groves about it, while long lines ol
almonds stretch away toward the rear.
Behind it is a dense orchard of peach
trees. A small palm is flourishing ic
front, and a few rods off, in the kitchen
garden, Indian corn and peas and toma?
toes. Such a combination of the beal
fruits and products of two zones is s
wonderful spectacle. California is an
elysium for the oro! lard-grower or tree
planter. Here is a splendid hedge, tei
feet high, of the "oherry-holly," plantee
from seed a few years ago; here are or?
chards bearing immense quautitie3 o
fruit, only Ave or six years old, and
shade trees from Australia, perhaps sevet
inches thick in trunk, set out from c
shoot only two years since.
A man sits under his own grove in tot
years, aud gets his fruit in two or three
Tho most exquisite trees and growth:
are being introduced from Japan anc
Australia. You see in such grounds tin
beautiful Australian gum trees (Eucalyp
ii), with their singular variety of leave
on the same trunk, destined hereafter, i
they equal their Australian ancestors, ti
reach a growth of 260-300 feet, and i
girth of 100. Japanese acacia am
shrubs, with variegated leaves, als?
abound, and the symmetrical Norfoll
Island pine, the Monterey cypress am
pine, and the young giant Sequoia, be
ginning patiently his thousand years c
growth. Everything grows here, th
ivy as well as the Japanese honeysuckle
On the upper portion of this gentle
man's garden a stream of water wo
turned, brought from the mountain!
and occasionally ditches were unolosed
which carried it among the strawberrie
and vegetables, and along the roots c
the fruit trees, in a rough kind of sui
faoe irrigation. All that California gai
dening wants is water, and then the sn
does the rest. On every farm you se
either the wind-mill or the artesian wei
to carry to it the great necessity. There i
arising, however, a considerable diffei
enoe of opinion among horticulturist
about the extent to which irrigation ?
necessary. The best vineyards do nc
use it, and it is said shade-trees are mad
shallow-rooted by too muon of it.
The farm around the house is a sig!
to behold, and one which begins to in
plant in a stranger's mind some adequal
idea of the immense resources of Cal
fornia. Away over the plain, down th
slope of the ravines, over the hills opp<
site and into the valleys beyond, stretche
the rich golden grain, acre after acre <
such product as the world scarcely eve
Baw-long, full ears, With dry, glutinot
grains and graceful bending stalk; not
weed of a M?&l?ftfctt^?Hetcrb the view,
eu^foatltoejMth* wild mu8t*rtl (it?
self a profitable harvest) scattered in
portions of it, In parts the harvest has
been cad, and thiek, regular bundles of
sheaves, like crowded encampment?; dot
the hills and vales as far os the eye can
reach; In some places the produot will
reach sixty bushels to the acre; in one
field Ot two hundred acres, j twill be fifty
bushels. In one quarter, the gentleman
has taken eighty-seven bushels per aero
from two hundred acres. The whole
farm will average over thirty-three bush?
els, and this gentleman will reap 60,000
bush els-this year. The wild mustard seed
in the wheat pays tho whole cost of
threshing! He has sixty men at.work,
of whom forty are Chinese, and ho ?B
harvesting from about sixty acres a day.
The machine used is tbe ordinary
"header" of the country, which cuts the
heads of the grain and throws them into
a large oart, looking like a moving house
driven by the side of it. There does
not seem as much saving of labor in it
ns might be expected.
The Chinese aro paid S 1.50 (gold) a
day and board, and provo excellent
workmen; ordinary hands for light work
receive $1 to ?1.50 a day, without ra?
tions. The scale of operations may bo
judged, when it is mentioned that the
sacks alono for tho wheat will cost this
I was shown in one field a unique
sight, a "volunteer crop" of wheat,
which had sprang of itself in a field un?
broken and uncultivated, from las';
year's scattered seeds, so liob that it
would probably average forty to forty-five
bushels to the acre. - Sly friends said that
they had known barley even in the third
vear of a volunteer crop reach forty-five
bushels, where not a touch of human
labor hod been put upon it. Let it bc
remembered that the average yield, even
of the West in wheat, is only fifteen
bushels to the aero, and one can under?
stand what a soil and climate this is.
In one year (1852) this gentleman
states that he harvested 700 bushels of
potatoes to the acre, from a field of
Tho threshing of the wheat is done
entirely by steam. The machines go
around from farm to farm, and thresh
about 900 bushels a day. The thresher
gets forty dollars per day, and the cost is
about niue cents a bushel. The profit
on wheat is about fifteen dollars an acre
here; and the cost of planting, cultivat?
ing, reaping and sacks, will reach fifteen
dollars (not including rents.)
During my visit, we took a drive
through the Livermore Valley. This
was an agricultural sight such as no
other country can present. Think of
IOJOOO acres of tall golden wheat without
a tree, or hodge, or feuce, exteuding ita
yellow waving sm fae J as for as the eye
could reach,. and averaging seventy
bushels to the acres-400,000 bushels in
this petty valley, of which no ono ever
heard. And five years ago, no oue
thought this land was worth cultivating,
and it could have been bought for five
dollars an acre-now it is worth S100.
How TILEY ARE HONORED IN OLD
EpoEFrr.T.D.-Last Wednesday, un elec?
tion was held at Edgefield Court House
for Coroner. As elsewhere in the old
Palmetto State, the great progressive
moral idea iniquity assorted its supre?
macy of ignorance at the ballot-box, and
filled the office by the election of a citi?
zen of the District who is said to be a
sort of milk-and-water apologist for the
present oppressive tyranny of negro
domination under which the State is
now writhing. By way of attesting their
faith in the officer chosen, many of the
moro ardent, and not a few of the more
staid citizens of the town, as we are in?
formed, suspended in effigy iu the Court
House portico the newly-elocted Coroner,
fashioned after a conformation sugges?
tive of scalawag repulsiveness. Funeral
invitations were then sent forth promis?
cuously for mourners to follow the typi?
cal felon to the vile dust from which it it
presumed to have sprung. A goodly
number of rejoicing mourners were ob?
tained, when the effigy was taken dowr
and deposited in a cart drawn by a pa?
tient, plodding donkey, of sympathetic
personal appearance with the subject ol
mock grief* With this cortege, drapec
in tho habiliments of sorrow, and attend
ed by special mourners and improvis?e
por?on, the remains were borne aboui
the streets amid sepulchral wails of sim
ilated anguish, then* saturated with tur
pent?ne, burned, and interred near tin
Additional particulars of the hailstorn
of Fiday, in West Virginia, shows thal
thc work of devastation was greater that
at first supposed. The destruction te
vineyards was immense. In the majority
of cases they have been utterly ruined
Up Wheeling Creek Valley the destruc
tion was enormous. Many sheep ant
lambs were killed in the field. Whoa
and corn were cut close to the ground
A number of accidents to individuals ar<
reported, some of whioh are likely te
grove serious. The town of West Li
erty is reported to have been badi;
?- ? ? -o -
The new Masonic temple in Baitimor?
is nearly completed, at an expense o
about #500,000, and will be occupied
about the middlo of June. The Grane
Lodge has determined to have no dodi
cation ceremonies of any kind in- tty
building. This decision excites consider
able remark, as it has been a rule tc
whioh there lias been almost no excep?
tion to dedicate even the most unpreten?
tious Tooms used by the order.
A-uxotil wmi y ? m*%T m ? a;?
,Will eell, at hie ruar?,'?THl8 HORNING, at 10
50 bbla. pf FLOUE, of various brande-war?
ranted sound. Sale positivo end without re
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MOEROW (Friday) MORNING, at 10
o'clock, I will ?ell, beforo my atore,
A variety of T ell-kept Furniture, among
MAHOGANY AND HAIR SEAT 80FAS,
Mahogany and Hair Seat Chaira,
Mahogany and Hab: 8eat Rockers,
Crockery and Glas? Ware, and a varie ty of
useful article?._June 3
BY D. C. PE1X0TT0 & SOS.
We will.eell on MONDAY MORNING, the 7th
inst., at 10 o'clock, ia front or the Court
House, in thia city.
That desirable LOT, fronting and measuring
on Senate struct 52 feet 2 inches, more or leas,
running bnck 203 feet 8 inches; bounded on
tho North by Brennen & Carroll; on tho South
by Joseph Tavlor; on the East by Sumter
Street; on the West by A. Fahner.
Terms cash. Furchr.ber to pay fer paperB
and stamps. Jone StuamS
A ssignee's Sole.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & 80N.
in the matter of A. M. Hunt, Lciiikrupi.
BY consent of the said Bankrupt, we will
Sell, WEDNESDAY MORNING, the 9th of
Jr.uc, at half-pabt 0 o'clock, rho entire person?
al property of the said Bankrupt, at the hotel,
known us "Hunt's Hotei," on the corner of
Assembly and Gervais streets, consisting of:
BEDSTEADS, WARDROBES, TABLES.
Mattresses, Feather Bede.
Crockery-ware, Knives and Forks.
C?rpete, Kitchen Utensils.
Tho entire contents of 15 weil furnished
3 Hogs, 3 Carte.
Lot Lumber, Window Frames.
About 29,000 Briella.
Conditions cash. May 20 ethw3
Assignee's Sale of Beal Estate.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO ? SON, AUCTIONEERS.
In thematter of Robert Bryce ?i Son, Bankrupts
BY virtue of the authority in me vested as
Assign?e of the above-named bankrupt
estate, I will sell, before the Court House, in
Columbia, H. C., at the usual hour, on MON?
DAY, the 7th day of June next, the following
valuable real estate of Robert Bryce, free from
encumbrance, to wit:
LOT NO. 1
All that Lot of Land, with the Briok Store
and Onices thereon, lately occupied by Robert
Bryce A Sou, fronting East on Richardson
street, fifty-two feet two inches, more or lesa,
and North on Blanding street, two- hundred
and eight feet eight inches, more or less, and
by parallel lines. West by lot No. 2, and South
by M. Ehrlich's lot.
LOT NO. 2.
All that Lot West of No. 1, containing about
one-balf acre, 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 tot is the tiro-proof powder
house used hv R. Brvce.
LOT NO. 3.
All that Lot of Land whereon the said Robert
Bryce now rosides, containing one-half aero,
more or lees, and bounded North by lt. Catii
cart and G; W. Wright, East by Gates* etreet.
South bv Richland street, and Weat by Loi
LOT NO. 1.
The vacant Lot containing one-half acre,
Weat of the last dos ribed lot, fronting Soutfc
on Richland street one hundred and four feel
eight inches, more or less, and running bael
bv parallel lines two hundred and eight feet
bounded Weet by W. W. Walker, North by G
W. Wright, and East by Lot No. 3.
LOT NO. 5.
All that Tract of Laad containing twelve
acres ten chaina, more or lesa, about two anc
a half miles from the city of Columbia, knowi
a? "Tho Sand Hill Residence," bouuded b?
lands of J. W. Parker, W. J. Taylor, Dr. Eliai
Marks and others.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third oash; the balan ci
of purchase money payable in equal instal
menta of one and two yeara, with interest fron
day of sale, payable annually, and secured b;
bond and mortgage of premises. Purchaaen
to pay for papera and ?tampa.
THOM. J. LAMOTTE, Assignee.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER..
Edward Kinsler and Henry O. Klnsler, Ezecu
tors of J. J. Kinsler, va. Amella B. Kinsler
Mary A. Holmes, et al.
UNDER decroo of the Circuit Court, eittin]
in Equity, in tho above stated case, will b
sold, on the first MONDAY in June next, be for
the Court House, in Columbia, between th
hours of ll o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P M.
the following tracts of land, to wit:
No. 1. The right and interest of tho late Jobi
J. Kinsler, (being the Ufe estate of P. Bon!,) ii
the tract of land In Richland County, known a
"Palmira," containing 841 acres-bounded b
landa of Barah, Dukes, Bull, Crews and othe rs
No. 2. A tract of land ta Lexington Count;
containing seventy-six acres; bouuded hyland
of Guignard, Mayraut and R. N. Lewis.
THUMS OF SALK.-Tract No. 1 oaeh. Trac
No. 3 one-third cash, and balance on credit c
onen nd two years: secured by bond and morl
gar o of the premises sold. Purchaser to pa
for stamps and papers.
May IC mth D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
BY vlrtuo of a writ of fieri facias, to m
directed, I will sell, on the FIRST MON
DAY in June next, in front of the Court House
in Columbia, within tho legal hours, the fol
lowing property, viz:
All that vacant lot of LAND on the corner c
Richardson and Laurel streets, in the city c
Columbia, containing one aore, more or less
bounded on the North by Laurel street; Ea?
by Richardson street; South by lot formerly c
Charles Beck; and on the Weat by Aasembl
street. Levied on aa tho property of Joh
Harrison, Sr., at the suit of N. A. I'oay vs. Joh:
Z-rrison. Terms each.
M.ty 9 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
BY virtue ot a writ of fieri fadas, to me di
reoted.l will sell, on tho FIRST MONDA'
in June next, in front of the Court House, i:
Columbia, within the legal hours:
All the right, ti Me and interest of tho De
Tendant H. \V. Adams, in the traot of LANI
known aa thc "Howell Tr act"-bounded by th
landa of John F. Adama, Weston, Hopkins an
ethers; hoing the tract convoyed by N. Bynnr
to James H. Adams, deceased; auppoaed i
jon tain sixteen hundred acres: levied on as th
property of H. W. Adama, at the ault of Rober
tL.Lewfa ri. H. W. Adams. Terms caah.
May 13 thin P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
DAY ia Jone next, ju front of the Court House,
iq Columbi*;, wit?l? the legal h?tirs, f?llowins;
prepertj: viz: ?'<-'*'
Tho HOUSE and LOT in the city of Col um. ,
bia, containing tan} ? aeree--bounded on tho ?
North by Medium street; East hy Wayne ? treot ;
8outh by Oreen street; and Wefct bv - street ; 1
levied on as tho property of A. li. Phillips, at
the Hmt ol city of Columbia, for taxes.
May 16 mth P. F. FKAZKE. S. B. C.
BY virtue of a Writ ef fl*ri<factas<U> me di?
rected, I will aelL on the flrat MONDAY
and TUESDAY in June next,'at the l^Ouse oc?
cupied and used as a bar rb?m" bt the defen?
dant** oh Assembly street, within tbe legal
The entire Stock in Trade, consisting of ono
large Mirror, lot of Pictures, one Clock, lot of
Tables, lot of Decanters and contents, Lamps,
one Office Stove, one Cooking Stove, Chairs,
lot Crockery, and. one HOST, levied on as thc
property of F< Carri and F. Michaelis, at thc
suit of x.. & G. D. Hope am! Charles Brown ts.
F. Carri and F. BT laeli?. Terms cash.
May 23 mth P. P. FRAZER. K. P. C.
Under order of Judge of Probate, er parle
Samuel Fair, Administrator.- Petition for
Par'ftion and Sale.
IN pureuauce of an ci der made by Wm. Hut
son Wigg,Judge of Probate for R?chian?
County, I will etil, on tho FIRST MONDAY ir.
Juno next, in freut of the court house, ia
Columbia, within tho legal houri5,
All that tract of LAND in Richland County,
containing 9*3 acres, situate on the waters ot
Eight Milo Branch, four miles iSorthveast ot
Columpia ; bounded ort the North by land? of
Wm. Sheppard; on the tenth by lands of Kin
tder; on the Eaat by Mrs. Gowing? and others;
aud on the West Ly lands belonging to Evans
All that tract of Laud in Richland County
known a? the "Henry Hill Place,'1 about seven?
teen miles fron? Columbia, near tho Camden
Road; bounded on the North by William and
Holly Golf; on the South by Wages' laud; on
the East by Richardson's land; and on tho
West by Cobb's land; containing 2G0 acres,
more or iess, being the lands of which the late
Frederick H. Barsu died poaseesed.
TERMS or SALE-Cash enough to pay expen?
ses of theec proceedings, and one-half of bid;
baiance in twelve mouthe, with interest from
dato of ?ale, secured by mortgages of the pre?
mises. Purchaser to pav for atjuupa and
papers. P. F. FRAZEE, S. B. C.
SHERIFF'S S ALE 8.
BY virtue of sundry writs of tieri facias to
me directed, I will sell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in June next, in front of the Court
House in Columbia, within the legal boura,
tho following property, viz:
The HOUSE and LOT on thc corner of Blan?
dina and Barnwell atreeta, in the city pf Co?
lumbia; bounded on the North by Blanding
street; Eaat by Barnwell street; South by Isaac
Walker and M. Cook, and Weat by Rev. Wm.
Martin; levied on as tho property of the estate
of ?ohn M. Allen, at tho suit of the city of Co?
lumbia, for taxes.
'il ? ALSO,
One acre of Land in the city of Columbia, on
the corner Bull and Richland street?; bounded
on the North by Wm. L. Reynolds and James
Bell; Eaat bv Bull street; South by Richland
street and Westby Mra. McDonald's lot, levied
on as the property of E. Cuthbert, at tho ault
cf tho cit/of Columbia, for taxers.
The Houee and Lot in thc citv of Columbia;
bounded on the North by E. W". Edgerton; Eaat
by Piokena stree i. South .by J. F. Southern and
W est hy-; levied on aa the property of P.
H. Flanigan, at the suit or tho city ol Colum?
bia, for taxes,
The House and Lot in the city of CoJumbia;
bounded on the North by Lady street; East by
Assembly street; South by Philip Motts, and
Weat by E. D. Gilmore's lot; lovied on aa the
property of J. L. Lumsden, at the suit of the
city of Columbia, for taxes.
The House and Lot in the city of Columbia;
bounded on the North and Weet by Dr. F. W.
Greon; South by Medium street, and East by
lot of estate of Henry Davis; lovied on a* tho
property of William J. Thomas, at the suit of
the city of Columbia, for taxe9.
A vacant Lot of Land in the city of Columbia ;
hounded on the North by Washington street;
East by Columbia Ice House lot; South by
Asher Palmer, and Weat.by John English and
others; levied on aa the property of F. G. De
Fontaine & Co., for tases.
A vacant Lot of Land on Richardson street,
in tho city of Columbia; bounded on the North
by estate of David Trueadale; Eaat by Bichard?
son street; South by lot of eatate of J. Mcan?
drew, and Weat by lot formerly of estate of B.
Reily; levied on as the property of the eatate
of J. McAndrew, at the suit of the city of Co?
lumbia, for taxes. Terms cash.
May 13 thm P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. 0.
HAnYLASD! MY MARILAND?
JJ AS ON CONSIGNMENT A FINE LOT OF
SUPER, EXTRA and FAMILY FLOUR, for
aale to the trade at MILL PRICES. Freah
from the Mill. Order at once; lt goes fast.
MARK E. COOP?R,
June 3 2_ Main Street.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, Jnne 2, 1869.
ALL DOGS found running at large within
tho corporate limits of thia city, and not
having on the City Badge and Collars, will, on
and after tho 7th instant, be dealt with accord?
ing to the Ordinance made and provided in
By order of the Mayor.
June 3 6 J. 8. MoMAHON, City Clerk.
THREE GENTEEL FEMALES, to serve as
Attendante at the Lunatic Asylum of
South Carolina. Salary $200 per annum and
joard. Applicants will be required to furnish
latisfaotory references regarding character
?nd qualifications. J. W. PARKER,
June 8_Superintendent L. A. 8. C.
VTOTICE ia hereby given that I will apply to
Ll the Court cf Probate for the County of
darlington, after tho expiration of one month
rom date, for a final discharge from repponsi
)ility aa guardian of the eatatea of A. B. C.
dove and C. L. Dove.
May 20 th4 ABIGAIL DOVE. Guardian.
DA3LIKOTON C. H., 8. C., May 20, 18?9.