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PARK, April 1.- Tb ero will be ? great
demonstration in Madrid on Sunday,
against the conscription. All bat tue
Ministerial journals pronounce the
views of the Sonatas Consul tum insuffi?
It is announced that Prince- Bonaparte
has gone to America. His family go to
The medical students again refused to
hear Furdien. There wus much disor?
der, but the police did not interfere.
Charles Hugo, editor of the Rappel, was
sentenced to six months imprisonment
and 8,000 francs fine. Tba managing
editor of the Rappel three months im
prisonment and 2,000 francs fine for
violation of the press laws.
LONDON, April 2.-There have been an
unusual number of naval promotions;
many senior officers have been trans
f?rrea to the retired list.
PARIS, April 2.-The strike at Creuzot
continues. The strikers pelted the troops
stationed there to preserve order; but
the forbearance of tho officers prevented
A son of Juarez, President of Mexico,
is expected hore.
The Pope postpones naming the Car?
dinals until September.
FRANKFORT, April 2.-5,000,000 of the
bonds of the Oregon and California Rail?
road have been negotiated here.
LONDON, April 2.-Tho House of
Commons rejected ali the Lords' amend?
ments but one to the Irish force bill.
SAVANNAH, April 2.-General Lee and
daughter arrived here last night; they
aro guests of Gea. Lawton, formerly
Quartermaster-General of the Confede?
racy. General Lee was serenaded du?
ring the evening, but being indisposed,
did not respond. He will remain here
RICHMOND, April 2.-The Petersburg
iron works were burnt this morning;
The day passed quietly with the police
of both Mayors on the streets. To-night
the United States Marshal served a writ
on Ellyson, to give up possession of the
City Hall and other property. Ellyson
refused, and tho Marshal then applied
to the military for aid. On tho appear?
ance of the military, Ellyson retired with
his force to other headquarters, not
owned by the city, where he will continue
os Mayor. This is done with a view to
get the matter before tho Supreme Court.
W. J. Hines committed suicide this
afternoon, by blowing his bruins out.
9 P. M.-Tho military hus not ap
poared; Ellyson still holds the City Hall.
NEW ORLEANS, April 2.-Tho Conucil
has been enjoined from selling the Jack?
son Railroad or water works stock.
NEW ORLEANS, April 2.-The old City
Council, at its lust regular meeting last
night, rushed through an ordinance,
directing tho City Treasurer to sell the
city stock in the New Orleans and Jack?
son Railroad, disregaring tho injunctions
of the courts.
J. H. Oglesby having declined lo ac?
cept, the Governor has appointed Ex
Governor Flanders Mayor.
PHILADELPHIA, April 2.-Au April
hoax thut the City Council had voted per?
mission to the negroes to celebrate tho
fifteenth amendment in Independence
Square, attraoted the negroes from all
quarters. The immense crowd was dis?
persed without disorder.
NEW YORK, April 2.-Wendell Phil?
lips, the anti-slavery secretary, states
that they will disband April 0, at Apollo
Hall, where they hold their final meet?
ing. A disorderly negro was arrested,
after being seriously wounded and
knocked senseless by tho butt of a
CHABLESTON, April 1.-Arrived -
steamer Charleston, New York; sch r.s.
Lilly and W. G. Dearborn^ New York.
CHARLESTON, April 2.-The burk Eliza,
from Matanzas for Now York, wus lost
off Bull's Island breakers.
AUSTIN, Texas, April 2.-Gov. Davis
has called an extra session of tho Legis?
lature March 2Gth.
WASHINGTON, April 2.-There is a
tremendous pressure from the West
against the seventeenth section of the
President Grant, responding to a sere?
nade by a negro club, said: "I can as?
sure thoso present that no consumma?
tion since the close of tho war affords
me so much pleasure as the ratification
of the fifteenth amendment to tho Con?
stitution by three-fourths of the States
of the Union. I have felt the greatest
anxiety, ever since I was called to this
house, to know that this was to bo se?
cured. It looked like the realization of
tho Declaration of Independence. I can?
not say now so much on this subjeot ns
I would like to, not being accustomed to
public speaking, but I thank you for
your presence this evening."
In Delaware, the negroes voted nt the
school election to-day.
An important question is pending in
the Court of Claims, us to wheu the
President's proclamation, dated June
24, 18(35, regarding commercial inter?
course, and removing restrictions in cer?
tain portions of the South, took effect.
Tho 24th of June, of that year, was Sa?
turday ; and tho proclamation bearing
that dato was not promulgated until the
Tuesday following. In tho meantime,
Treasury Agents made many important
seizures. Tho intention is to appeal the
question to the Supreme Court, in order
definitely to determino when tho procla?
mation took effect-whether on the 24th
or 27th; if the court decides in favor of
the 24th, the proceeds of much cotton
will bo restored to tho original owners.
In tho House, a bill was introduced, to
authorize the city of Buffalo to construct
a tunnel under tho Niagara River. But?
ler iutroduced a bill to collect debts from
Southern railroads. The tariff was re?
sumed. Sehenck, answering a question,
said, a revenue bill would bo reported,
reducing the amount to $30,000,000, but
declined giving particulars* Tho tariff
on tea is fixed at twenty cents a pound;
tariff on coffeo was, j fixed at. fl vo cents aj
pound ; the quest io n of Sugar waa roached,
when the Committee roso, without action,
and the House adjourned.
Internal revenue receipts to-day over
Applications for offices in the execu?
tive departments receive no attention,
when addressed to occupants of the
Grant, Belknap and Sherman attend
the celebration of the Grand Army of
the Republic on Saturday next, at Phila?
The necessary disbursements during
March were $16,500,000, exclusive of in?
terest on the publie debt.
Forty Cheyennes are at Powder River,
and assert thut they want peace. They
want to go South, and have left the
Sioux, who are going on tho war path.
FINANCIAL. ANO COMMERCIAL..
NEW YORK, April 2-Noon.-Stocks
dull. Money 5@6. Sterling-long 8)?;
short 8%. Gold 11)?. Bonds 10. Ten?
nessee's, ex-coupon, 68; new 54^; Vir?
ginia's, ex-coupon, 70; new 08; Louisi?
ana's, old, 77; new 72; levee 6's 77; 8's
91; Alabama 8's 97; 5's 75; Georgia 6*s
84; 7's 92; North Carolina's, old, 46>?;
new 22; South Carolina's, old, 88: new
82. Flour dull and declining. Wheat
dull and nominally lower. Corn quiet
and lo. better. Pork heavy-mess 26 50.
Lard quiet-barrels 14%@14%, steam.
Cotton quiet but firm-middling uplands
22%?22%; Orleans 23>?@23.&; sales
500 bales. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull; sales 500 bales,
at 22?4- Flour dull and drooping
superfine State and Western 4.35?4.55.
Wheat da'l and declining-white 1.42?
1.45. Corn source and lc. better
mixed Western email@example.comG)<i ; new yellow
1.08. Pork steady, at 26.50. Freights
dall. Money active, at 5@7. Bank
statement unfavorable; loans increase
nearly $1,00:1,000; specie decrease over
2,250,000; circulation increase nearly
250,000; deposits decrease nearly 2,500,
000; legal tender decrease 2,600,000.
Sterling dull, at 8,'?@8%. Gold 11%.
Governments dull, but steady. State
securities dull. Stocks dull and weak.
BALTIMORE, April 2.-Cotton firmer,
at 22Flour firmer and in improved
demand-Howard street super 4.62)<i@
5.00.; do. extra 5.12K@6.00; do. fair
6.25?7.U0; city mills'super 4 firstname.lastname@example.org;
do extra email@example.com; do. family 6.75?
8.75; Western super 4.62?<i?5.0U.
Wheat firmer-Pennsylvania red 1.75;
Marylund firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn receipts
small, but demand good-white 1.00(<x)
1.03; yellow email@example.com. Oats steady, at
50@58. Whiskey feeling better, at 98?
AUGUSTA, April 2.-Cotton market firm
and more doing; sales 311 bales; receipts
CHARLESTON, April 2.-Stock of cotton
light, causing much firmer prices-mid?
dling 21; sea island 33; sales 41; receipts
498 bales; stock 15,341.
SAVANNAH, April 2.-Cotton in fair
demand-middling 21}?; sales 600 bales;
MORELS, April 2.-Cotton in good de?
mand, tending upward-middling 21^;
sales 1,000 bales; receipts 360. Flour
quiet, at4.25?5.75. Corn-white 1.00?
NEW ORLEANS, April 2.-Cotton in fair
demand and firm-middling 21>?@22;
sales 5,800 bales.
LONDON, Aoril 2-Noon.-Consols
933?; bonds 91J?.
LIVERPOOL, April 2-3 P. M.-Cotton
firm-uplands 10%; Orleans HJtj
DIT COOM lilli!
REAR OF O REG O'S BUILDING,
Corner Main and Taylor Streets.
WE aro now prepared to offer to Country
Merchants and tho Trade a stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, &G"
Which for VARIETY IN STYLE8 and LOW
PRICKS, cannot ho surpassed in any market.
AU goods ordered carefully selected, and
W. D. LOVE & CO,
W. D. LOVE,
li. B. McCREERY.
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING,
Wo have each department packed full of NEW
and DP] Jilt ABLE
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
Of all tho latest importations and Ameri?
can manufactures, which will bo sold at
Gold Prices for Greenbacks,
SILVER GIVEN IN CHANGE.
Wo aro showing some raro novelties in LACE
MANTLES, and SHETLAND PANNIER MAN?
TLES, METTERNICH STYLE
A full line of ALEXANDRE <fc COURVOI
At low prices.
Special Job Lots of Goods offorod daily.
AV. If. LOVE Ai CO.,
March 20 Columbia Hotol Building.
300 Barrels Flour.
FOR salo by
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
, LATEST QUOTATIONS OF SoTT'HERN S?
C?BITIBS IN OBATU*&F?H. &. C-Oorreoted,
semi-weekly, by A. ?. Kaufman, Broker,
' No, 25 Broad etreet-April 1,1870;
Harnea of Securities. Rale In. Ofer'd Asked.
( ; STATE SECURITIES.
North Carolina, old 6 . 47
N. Carolina, new.. 6 . 24
South Carolina, old 6 86 .
8. Carolina, nuw.. 6 80 .
! S. C. reg. stk, ex in 6 80 .
j Georgia, old. 7 . 86
Georgia, new. 7 . 94
Georgia. 6 . 88
? Tennessee, old_ 6 . 60
j Tennessee, new... 6 . 51
Alabama. 8 . 99
Alabama. 5 . 84
Atlanta, Ga., bonds 8 . 87
Augusta.Gu. bonds 7 . 84
Charleston stock.. 6 . 58
Char'n Fire Lu bds 7 . 75
Columbia.S.C.bds 6 . 70
Columbus, Ga.,bds 7 . 82
Macon, Ga., bonds 7 . 78
bonds, endorsed. 6 65 .
bonds, unend's'd 6 . 53
Savannah, Ga.,bds 7 83 85
Wilmington, N. C. 8 71 73
Wilmington, N. C. 6 58 60
Atluntic and Gulf. 7 76 80
B. lt., first mort.. 7 70 .
Central Georgia. 7 96 99
Charleston and Sa. 6 65 .
C. , C. & A. 7 . 90
Cberaw and Darl'n 7 . 86
Georgia Railroad. 7 95 100
G. & C., 1st mor.. 7 80 .
G. & C., State guar 7 68 .
Memphis & Charles 7 83 86
N. Eastern p'st duo 7 . 90
N. Eastern, new... 8 . 88
Suv. & C., 1st mort 7 . 80
S. & C., State guar 7 70 .
South Curoliua_ 7 . 83
South Carolina_ 6 . 75
Spart'g and Union. 7 58 .
! RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
I Atlantic and Gulf. 100 37 41
Central Ga., ex div 100 . 117
C., C. & A.100 . 55
Georgia. 100 . 107
G. aud C. R. R... 20 2 .
Macon and West.. 100 . 112
Meinphis&Charles. 25 . ll
North-eastern_ 50 10 . ...
Sav. & Charleston. 100 . 35
S. C., whole shares 100 . 45
S. C.. half shares,. 50 . 22
capital ?500,000. 100 104 .
?1st Nat Bk Char'u
capital S400.1I00. 100 . 118
S. C. Loan & T. Co. 105
Car. Nut. Bk, Col'a.
whole shares.... 100 . 23
Bank Char. >.< shs. 5) . 11J
I Uniou Bank S. C.. 60 7 .
People's Bank S. C. 25 . 5
P. & M. BankS. C. 25 . 2;
Bunk of Newberry. 25 . 5
Bauk of Camden, 50 . 2
Char. M. & M. Co. 100 .
Wando M. & M.Co. 100 .
Charl'u Gus Co... 25 . 2:t
Ch'u City R. R. st'k 50 . 54
Grauiteville M. Co. 500 . 470
G. & C. R. cert, iu. 65 _
S. C. R. cert, ind. p
N. E. R. cert, ind. 65
City of Charleston
certificate iudebt. 98 p[
City Memphis coup. 70 ....
N. E. R. pref, stock. 35
S. & U. R. p. d. con. 58 ....
S. &C. R. p. d. cou. 62 _
Sterling bills. 120% 120
Now York eight. par
Gold. Ill 113
Silver. 108 11C
S. C. BANK RILLS.
*Bauk of Newberry.
Bank of Camden. 50
Bank Georgetown. 5 -
Bauk of S. C. 5
Bank of Chester. 5 -
Bauk of Hamburg. 3 ...
Bank of the State of
S. C., prior to '61. 50
Bank State of S. C.,
issue '61 and '02. 18
*P. &M. Bk. Char.
?People's Bk Char.
*Uuion Bunk Char.
*S.W.R.R. Bk, old.
State Bank, Char. 3
Farmers'Ex. B'k C.
Exchango Ba'k, Co. 10
Cotn'l Bauk, of Co. 2
Mer. Bauk Cberaw. 3
Plan. Bunk Fairfield. 3
S. C. Lilts receiv.
City of Charleston
tou chango bills.
jd jess Stuck dividend of 20 per et
and cash dividend of 6 per cent. $1
cash dividend of 6 per cent. Securi
more in demand. Exchange favoi
buj-ers. Money easy. Bank rates 1
cent, a month on stock collaterals. C
aide rates arbitrary. Bank notes stagoi
R?~ Bills marked chuB (*) ure bi
redeemed at the bank counters of ea<
A KU MOP having boen circulated that
NICKERSON HOUSE would Bhortly doa
ho oponed as a female school: This id ti
form tho public, that at a meeting of
Trustees, on tho ICth inst., thoy abandi
tho idea of opening a school for tho proi
Tho public will bear in mind tho matter,
will find tho Nickorson Uouso uneurpaBec
any Hotel in tho eily. A call ?B solicited.
Omnibus to aud from Hotel. Charges, t
day. Families and othors wanting board
bo accommodated on reasonable terms.
WM. A. WRIGHT
March 20 Imo Propriotor. Columbia. H
i)1 KITS North Carolina MOUNTAIN ]
?j L TER for salo low by the package.
March 0 GEO. 8YMME!
? BRI VB R'S (JOLCEIN.
EBOM ? communication in Columbia- Pntn
Hix, February 19, br "Tax-payer," we cot
the following dry gooda trade statistics for '(59 :
Jackson.$30,500 Klnard.._f 84,600
Lo??... 44,168 Shiver.187,000
We Bold more goods, according to thoao re?
turns, loone month, than one of tho houses
did for. the whole year; more in eil weeks than
another did for the year; more io two months
than another did for -the time returned for,
and moro in six months than the whole added
together. 8o muoh for amounts; now let us
get au approximate idoa of per centage: A
bouse winch sells $21,000 per annum, with an
expenso of $7,000, pays 33 per cent, for Belling
tho goods, or has to get 33 per cent, profit, to
get coat for their goods; a house that selle
$35,000 per annum, and whose expenses tor
conducting business is $11,000, baa to add
ucarty 33 percent, on tho cost of ita goods, to
get cost for them. The house that would sell
$45,000 for eight months, $05.000 for twelve
months, (averaging, ) at an expense of $14,000,
would havo to add on to their goods full 20 per
cent, to get cost for them. Now, wo retnrn
$187.000, and disburso as expenses, about
$17,0V.0, or 9 1-10 per cont, expensas for selling
tho goods. It is oasy to seo that any business
conducted on a 10 percent, basia for expenses,
(which is entirely too high,) can afford to sell
goods far below a busiuess costing 20 percent.
io eonduot; and as to tho busint aa costing 33
per cent., tho comparison is unnecessary. By
those figures, which any reader can apply, it
will bo seen why wo soil goods cheaper, and
how we can d^ it. Besides thee o proofs, we
doairo to add, that our business arrangements
aro with men of great integrity, and among
the finest bueinoas mon of tho country, ll
will bo observed , and remarked, probably, that
this is an unusual style of advertising-sud
wo intend it to be, for wo have oxhauated om
knowledge of tho enumeration etylo, and no?
submit somo opinions of tho proas, of oui
atatUB, which wo are quite proud of-the more
especially, aa they aro "nitro-glyceriuo, oi
spontaneous notices," "not requiring pay:"
TUE EFFECTS OF ADVERTISING.-R. O. Sbivci
is called, by the Cheater Reporter, **tho A. T,
Utewart of Columbia." Ile scatters bia ad
vertiBements broadcast. Accompanying thai
which appeared in our laat issue waa tho vcr]
liberal order for all papers in the upper, th?
Haslem and Western portions of tho State tc
copy and aond bill. Such a merchant ia wortl
millions of bueinoss to any growing town OJ
city, and is bound to accumulate largely an<
to become prominent In bia department.
[Sum er Watchman.
Bead the card of B. C. Shivor, of Columbia
H. C., and Bee what inducemonta are offered
Bead it carefully and profit bv it.
Fail not to read, as directed or requested
the card of Mr. It. C. Shiver, of Colombia. IL
offera extraordinary inducements. Mr. Suive
baa as extenaivo and variad a atock of Dr;
Clouds, faucy and staple, as can bo found out
?ide of tho Northern marketa, and amonj
which aro bargains. Bead tho card, it cover
all tho gronnd necessary to attract und fix at
tontion.- Neioberry Herald.
TUE SHIVER CARD.-Dou't fail to read th
card of lt. C. Shiver, in another column
Shiver ?B tho Stewart of Columbia. His ns
tabliuhment ?B princely.-Kdgejield Adctrtiser
Mr. B- C. S-diivcr, tho dry gund? king of Co
luinbia, knows tho valuo ot' printers' ink. Se
in our columna thia week his "lixtraordinar
Announcement" to the public. Ho has on han
$100,000 worth of dry gooda, which bo in sell
iog at astonishingly low prices. When in Ct
lumhia, give him a call. You can also urde
moat advantageously.-Keoxcee Courier.
lt. C. Shiver, tho liberal and progreasive dr
goods merchant of Columbia, muli esses th
people of thia section of the Mate, in ou
columns. No visitor to Columbia should fa
to go into his establishment, and thcro sc
what enterprise and good management ca
It. C. SHIVER.-Attention ?B called to tho at
vcrtisemcut of thia enterprising aud success
ful merchant of Columbia. Those visiting th
city will find it to their interest to call on hin
Bead B. C. Shiver's advertisement in ai
other column. Ho ia tho well-known Colun
bia merchunt, and ia Belling off his lari:
stock at low figures. Send in your orden
and trust to his judgment in making tho si
j lection.-Abbeville Presa and Banner.
We want to talk a little now wi li our lac
I friends. By all means road the advertiaemei
I of II. C. Shiver. Columbia, headed "Fxtrao
dinary Announcement." Mr. Shiver has o
hand $100.000 worth of dry goods. Now, di
gooda havo gone down latolv, aud Mr. Shive
acting liko the acuaihle gentleman bois, wan
to get rid of bis largo stock; and not on
wanta to get rid al it, hut ho is going to ac
everything bo hat?, and for cash, too. In o
der to do that ho has marked all of his goo<
down to pricos that defy competition, and i
who want to buy cheap aro now afforded
chance that may never again bu given tim
No matter how far yon live from Columbi
Wo know Mr. Shiver by reputation, and gua
tee that all orders sent him will bo prompt
and carefully attended to. r-ond right on f
what you need.-H .rnirell Journal.
GnEATi.Y BEDUCED Pnicts.-Do you wa
dry good?? If j ou do, lt. C. Shiver, at C
lumbla, offera you especial advantages in th
line. The recent heavy tull in dry gooda cot
pola him to sell at astonishingly low prices. 1
has about $100.000 worth of goods in thc ci
of Columbia that ho ?B Belling at very h
ligures. Ho wunts to sell all of them; ',
means what ho says, tor ho advert?aos throug
out all tho up-country. Goods can bo pi:
chased of him at either wholesale or reta
So parties who do not. want to parchase a gre
many articloa can got as few aa they wish, a.
attendod to promptly, too, just as well aa
they had ordered a com plot O atoclt. His a
vertisemcnt appoars in our columns of tl
issne. Give him a trial.-Greenv ?We Etderpri
See tho advertisement of Mr. B. C. Shiv*
tho enterprising tradesman of Columbia,
our advertiaiug columna or this ?HBUO.
NEW ADVBRTISBMEN ra.-lt. C. Shiver, Cola
lua.tiidls tho people, and wo know ilia tri
that ho is selling Dry Gooda alarmingly chet
[ Unioiivilte Times
B. C. SHIVER advertises in this issue t
fact that ho has $100.0?0 worth or Dry GOG
that ho ia determined to realizo tho money i
at once. To do thia ho is obliged to sell tin
at figures below cort. His icurious for reduci
tho prico of bia goods are fully act forth in 1
advertisement. And ho is in earnest, ti
He's a real livo merchant- t lie A. T. Stowa
of Columbia. Now'stho time, and his stor
tho placo, to secure bargains. He can aup|
your wanta in a manner guaranteed to plea:
if you'd aond your order to him.
[ Chester Reporter
SHIVER'S PoruLAR DnY lioims House.-'1
special and extraordinary announcement
thia widely known establishment, recogi?;
as tho largest of ita kind in Columbia, will
found in our columna to-day. Wo direct
tontion to tho superior inducements offered
this firm.-Anderson Intelligencer.
lt. C. SHIVER.-Attention is called to I
attractivo advertisement of lt. C. Shiver. I
merchant Prince of Columbia, and ono of I
most successful in tho South. Send y<
orders to him, and rcccivo valuo for y<
mouey. Mr. Shiver'a unprecedented aucc
ia no doubt due to bia liberal in vest monta
printers' ink. Ho advertises in all the lead
papera in tho State, and Ina orders for goi
spring up in every section of tho State. S
cosa to bun.-.Marion Star.
notice in another column under the above c
tion, by Mr. B. C. Shiver, merchant of
lumbla. Mr. Shivor ia now tim Merell
Prince of that city, and his establishment
woll worth a visit. Starting, as ho did at
dose of tho war, with a very limited busini
hia present success is duo to his cxcull
business qualifications and liberal manner
dealing, coupled, we doubt not, with
thorough understanding and liberal use of
aoionco of advertising.-Sumter News.
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY -Someth
that you don't seo and hoar of every tl
April 16 [Clarendon Prcsi
Mules, Horses and Cattle.
BY D. 0. PEIX0TT0 & BOH.
TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, 4th
April, at 10 o'clock, wo wiU noll, in front of
tho Court Mouse,
Catt lo._April 3
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, at 10
o'clock, I will sell, at my ntoro,
The varions GOODS, postponed on Friday
on acconnt of weather.
200 Sacks Damaged CORN.
Precisely at 10 o'clock. Sale ineido if
weather unfavorable._April 8 1
Desirable Building Lot on Main Street.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY, 4th inst., at 10 o'clock, I will
sol), at the Court Houso,
That desirable LOT on tho West side of
Mainstreet, measuring 58 feet front, moro or
less, running through to Assembly Btroet 416
feet, more or less; tho fronton Main street
being bounded North by formerly C. Beck, and
on tho South by formerly J. J. Kinaler.
On each front of this Lot thero ia a com?
fortable Cottage, suitable for smaU families.
TEBMS OF SALE-Une- third cash; balance on
I ono and two years, for bond and mortgage,
with interest payable semi-annually. Pur
! chaser topsy for all papers and ulampa.
April 1 3_
T>Y virtno of aundrv writs of fieri facias, to
JO mo directed, I will sell, ou the FIRST
MONDAY in April next, in front of the Court
Houso, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
the following property, viz:
All that HOUSE AND LOT, in tho city of Co?
lumbia, situato on Assembly street; bounded
on the North by M. H. Berry; East by Thomas
Davis: South by Davis* Alley, and on the West
I by Aesombly street. Levied on as the proper?
ty of Charles J. /Joll?n, at tho suit of Mary Al?
len ct al. vs. Charles J. Bollin. Terms cash.
March 13 mth P. F. FHAZEE, 8. R. C.
TT> Y virtue of a writ o? fieri facias, to mo di
J3 rectsd, I will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in April next, in front of the Court Houso in
Columbia, within the legal boure,
FIFTY SHARES of tho Greenvillo and Co?
lumbia Railroad Stock, of the par value of (20
I per share.
Fifteen Shares of tho Greenville and Colum
I bia Iiailroad Stock, issued on assessment of
original ii Ft y shares, on tho 10th January,
1855. Loviod on as tho proporty of Perry E.
Duncan, at tho suit of U. F. Manldin, Execu?
tor, Ac, vs. Perry E. Duncan. Terms cash.
March 15 mth P. F. FHAZEE. 8. lt. C.
J. Robert Scay, Executor, vs. William F. 8cay,
Edwin T. Williams and wife, and others.
TN purauanco of tho decretal order of tho
JL Court o? Common Pleas, sitting in Equity,
in tho above caso, I will sell, on tho Pl It ST
MONDAY (thc 4th day) of April next, in front
of the Court Houso, in Columbia, within tho
I legal hours,
All that PLANTATION, situated in thc
County of Richland, near Kincville, belonging
to the fut ate of thc lato James H. 8eay, de?
ceased; tho said Plantation comprising 2,358
acres, more or ICBB, consisting of several sepa?
rate parcela. Tho Plantation will bo Bold in
ono body; and a plat thereof may bo Been on
tile in the omeo of tho Clerk of tho Court of
Common Pleas, in connection with proceedings
in tho above cane. Wilt be sold at the rink and
coats of the former put chaser, J. Robert Scay,
ho having failed to comply with terms of salo.
TEHMS.-Cash au flic, ie nt to pay the costs of
proceedings and of Bale, and one-fourth of tho
remainder of tho purchaao moucy; tho balance
of tho purchase money in tlireo instalments,
willi iiitcrcat from the day of salo; to bo so
enred by bond, with good personal securities,
I aud a mortgage of the promises. Purchaser
to pay tho costa of executing titles, bonds and
I mortgagn, including stamps.
Mareil 13 mth P. F. FRAZER, S. R. C.
Jamen Hopkins, Administrator, and David
Hopkins cs. English Hopkins, Amy G. Hop?
kins, et al.-Bit: to marshal assets for sale of
TN pursuance of tho decretal order of tho
JL Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I will sell,
on the tirat MONDAY in April next, within the
I legal boura, in front of the Court Houae, tho
I following tract of LAND, belonging to the
catate of tho lato Gen. William Hopkins, do
I coaacd, situated in Richland County:
Ono Tract, known as the "Diaeker Tract,"
I containing four hundred and forty acres.
I Plat of this Tract, recently re-surveyed by
Mr. Alex. ?. Lee, Civil Euginccrand Suivoyor,
I may bo seen on ?lo in tho offica of tho Clerk of
I TEHMS OF SALE.-Cash snffieicnt to cover
costa of the proceedings in the above case and
I of salo, and one-bun tb of tho balance of pur
cbaao money; the remaiudor on a credit of one
I and two years, in equal instalments, with in?
terest from the day of salo. Purchaser to
1 givo bond with good personal sureties, and
mortgage of the premises, and to pay for the
execution of tho neceasary papers and for re
I venue st ama.
Tho abovo described proporty will bo sold at
I the rink of tho former purchaaor, he having
tailed tn comply with terms of salo.
March 13 thm_P. F F SAZ BR. Sheriff.
Elizabeth C. Starling vs. Wesley D. Starling,
Jd mes G. Gibbes, and others.-Bili for Par
I titlon. Account, &c.
T> Y virtue of a decrotal order in tho above
J3 callao, issuing from tho Court of Common
deas, for lindi land, (sitting in Equity,) I will
?eil. to tho highest bidder, on tho 11 li ST
MONDAY in April next, in front of tho Court
blouse, within tho legal honrs nf salo, Ibo fol?
lowing parcels of REAL ESTATE, belonging
to tho eatato of tho lato Gabriel R. Starling,
deceased, all lying and situated in Richland
County, to wit:
1. A Tract of LAND, known as tho George
Coon Tract, containing seventy ,70) acres,
I more or lea*, situated about twenty miles
from Columbia, near tho road to Garner's
2 A Traet of Land, known as tho Jamos
Campholl Tract, containing tlireo hundred
and nineteen CH1.)) acres, moro or leas, bound?
ed by landa of Joseph E. Reoao and E. D. Gil?
3. An improved Lot. in tho city of Columbia,
containing three-fourths of an aero, more or
load, situated on tho corner of Barnwell and
Ta\ lor streets.
4. A Lot, in Columbia, containing four (4)
acrcB, moro or leas, bounded by Wheat, As?
sembly, Gates and Rico stroets.
A Tract of Land, containing throo hundred
and eighty-four (38-1) acres, more or lea?,
bounded by lands formerly belonging to .las.
II. Adams, to catate of Ephraim Adama, and
to estate of Gaffney. This tract belongs to
catato of Gabriel R. Starling and to Wm. lt.
Taylor, and will bo sold for partition between
Tho muniments of title pertaining to the
aaid parcela, with plats of recont re-surveys
of parouls abovo number* d, may bo seen on
tile in tho oilieo of Clerk of tho Court.
TEHMS OF SALE -Cash sufficient to pay the
coats of proceedings and of salo, and one
third of tho purchaao monoy; the balance on a
credit of one and two yours, in equal instal?
ments, with intcroat from the day of salo, to
bo secured by bonds with good aurolioa, and
mortgages of tho prcmisea. Purchasers to pay
fur neceasary papera and revenue, stamps.
Tho abovo described propel ty will bo sold at
the risk of tho former purchasers, they having
failed to comply with terms of sato.
Marek 13 mth P. F. F RAZEE, 8. R. C.
Under order of Judge ot Probate. Bx part*
Mrs. Sophia Ewart??. J. 8. Guignard et
ai. Petition for Dower.
IN pnrananoo of an order made by tho Hon?
orable William Hutoon Wig?, Judge of Pro?
bate for Richland County; I will sell, on the
FI HST MONDAY in April next, in front of the
Court House, in Columbia, within tho legal
All that LOT, or parcel of LAND, situated
on Richardson street, ia tho city of Co?
lumbia, bounded on the North by a lot
formerly of Mrs. Black, but now of tho catato
of James 8. Ouignard, and measuring thereon
208 foot, more or less; on tho East by an alley?
way, measuring thereon 47 f?*et, moro or lesa;
OD tho South by a lot of the estate of James
S. Guignard, measuring thereon208 foot, more
or lesa; and on tho Wost by Richardson street,
measuring thereon 47 feet, more or loas.
TEBMB-Cash; purchaser to pa* for stamps
ani papers. ?m P. F. FRA ZEE, 8. R. C.
March 13 m th_
BY VIRTUE of a writ ot fieri /acia?, to mo
directed, I will sell, on the FI ll HT MON?
DAY in April next, in front of tho Court Uonso
in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
AU that lot or LAND in tho city of Colum?
bia, containing ono-fourth of an acre, more or
ICBM, and bounded SB follows: On the North
by Lady street; on tho East by lands of the
catato of John Stevens; on tho South by
George Davis, and on tho West by Laurens
street, levied on as tho proportv of William
J. Randolph, at tho snit of William Donglaa
vs. William J. Randolph.
Term cash. P. F. FBAZEE, S. R. C.
Under order of Judge of Probate. Sultan W.
McKenzie, Administrator, r.s. Frances Por?
tee, et al.
IN pursuance of an order made by tho Hon.
Wm. HutBon Wigg, Judgo of Probate for
Richland County, I will soil on the ?rat MON?
DAY in April next, in front of the Court
House in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that Tract of LAND in Richland County,
containing forty-five (45) acres, moro or less,
situated on Rock Spring Uran ch and Griffin's
Creek: bounded North by the Rock Spring
Branch; East by Griffin's Creek; South by
Gilbert Garner, and WeBt by Lewellen Wood?
TERMS Cash. Purchaser to nay for Btatnps
and papers._P^F. FBAZEE.JI. R. C.
Bacon, Coffee and Seaars.
BY D G. FE1X0TT0 & SON.
TUESDAY MORNING, 5th April, at 10 o'clock,
in front of our Auction Boom, wo will posi?
tively sell, on account of all concerned,
- Bags Rio Coffee,
- Out Dacon Shoulders,
- Rbis. Flour and Potatoes,
- BOSCH Sogars, brands "Grand Dutchess,"
"Paul Moraby." "Ungo," Au., some of them
imported brande, and damaged in transporta?
1 inmediately after above,
5 Hhda. Primo Western C. R. Sides,
G Caaes Primo Dry Salted Sides and Bellies,
2 Casen Sugar-Cured Shoulders,
40 Bbla. Extra and Family Flour,
Boxes Cheese, Soaps, libia. Molasses, Ac.
Sale without any reserve, and positively to
close consignment. Terms cash. April 3
F. A. Sitgreaves vs. J. W. Thornton-Warrant
IN pursuance of an order in the above stated
case, mado by the Honorable Sarauel W.
Melton, Circuit Judge Filth CP cn it of South
Carolina, I will sell, on MONDAY, the 18th
day of April instant, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal honre.
One MULE, attached as the property of the
defendant, at the snit of F. A. Sitgreaves VB.
J. W. Thornton. Terms cash.
Aptil 3 mth P. F. FRAZER. 8. B. O.
Louis H. Trevett vs. Francis Kenstler-War?
rant of Attachment.
IN pursuance of an order in the above stated
case, made by William B. Nash, one of the
Magistrate? for'Richland County, I will sell,
on MONDAY, the 18th of April instant, in front
of the Court UOUBO, in Columbia, within the
One VIOLIN and CASE, attached as the
property of Franoii Kenstler, at the suit of
Louis H. Trevett os. Francis K? Datler. Terms
cash. P. F. FR AZ EE, S. R. C.
A. Smytho vs. A. M. Lee_Warrant cf Attach?
IN pnrenanco of an order in thoabovo stated
case, made by A. L. Solomon, one of the
Magistrates for'Richland Connty, I will sell,
on THURSDAY, the 14th day or April, 1870,
in front of tho Court House, in Columbia,
within tho legal hours, the following goods
and chattels of tho defendant, viz:
TWO ROXI'S and two Trunks, containing
Booka, Portraits, Crockery, Blankets, Coun?
terpanes, Ac. One Desk, one Table and one
Carpet. Terms caah. P. F. FRAZEE.
March 30 wm_H. R. C.
John English vs. David H. Smith.
BY virtue of a warrant to levy on and sell
tho crop of tho defendant "in the abovo
?tatod cuan, directod to me by D. B. Miller,
E-?q , Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Richland
County, and in pursuance of au Act of the
Genoral Assembly of South Carolina, entitled
"An Act to secure advances for agricultural
purposes," and also hy .virtue ot a certain lien
oxeetited bv David H. Smith to John Eng.iah,
in Juno, 18G0, I will sell, on THURSDAY, the
14th day of April, 1870t in front of the Court
MOUBO, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
the following property, viz:
5 head of Cattle.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. 0.
March 3S wm _
Bay to the Best Advantage.
w. A,TARHT& CO..
Dridgo street, near Gates,
f?slSh SELL GOODS as Cheap, ir not Cheap
X.")".^|'ler than any houao in Columbia. Give
*jftffijjth<Hg a trial._March 10
Biscuit, Crackers, &c.
pr f \ BARRELS and boxeB Frosh Crackors,
?)U Ac, just received and for salo low, con
aiating as follow*:
tl inger Schnapps, Ginger Cakes,
Soda Biscuit, Butler Crackers,
Cream Biscuit, Cream Crackers,
Lomon Crackors, Egg Crackors,
And BOXPSassorted Family Crackers
March 9_J. A T. H. AGNEW.
100 Bales Hay.
OR salo low, by
March 2_LOWRANCE A CO.
Bonds and Stocks.
C? O I. 1) AND S II, V E II .
UNCURRENT BANK BILLS,
Coupons, Mutilated Currency, Ao., Au.,
Au., bnnght and sold by D. GAMBRtLL,
Feb 15 Hmo On>o Columbia Hotel Bnilding.
PLANTINO and for table use:
Early Roso, Early Goodrich, Pink-oye,
Poach Blow, Chili Red.
For salo hy_GEO. SYMMERS.
For Sale or Bent,
ONE or tho most ologant RESIDENCES
in tho city. Halo preferred, to chango in
__vcBtnient. Terms oasv. Apply to
POPE A HASKELL, Attorneys at Law,
Feb 5 Scott's Rango, Alain street.