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PARIS, April 28,-Baron Liebig, chem?
ist, ia dangerously ill..
LONDON, April 28.-The bill allowing
marriage with deceased wife's sister,
passed the House of Gommons.
HAVANA, April 28.-Thirty insurgents,
including two Amerioans, were killed at
Nsgassa Powder Mill, and seven insur?
gents were killed nt Genna. The Cap?
tain-General telegraphs that the rebels
are thoroughly disorganised and wander?
ing about in scattered bands without
leaders; the latter are ronmiug along the
coasts, seeking to escape from the island.
WASHINGTON, April 28.-The Supreme
Court lins decided in direct tax sale
caseo, from Virginia,' that tender before
sale by owner of land or an agent, is
sufficient; that refusal of tax commis?
sioners to accept tender, because it is not
made by tho owner in person, was un?
lawful; that certificates of sale of lands
sold on acoount of such refusal, convey
no title, and property reverts to original
The House passed a bill establishing a
department of justice.
Senator Robertson introduced a bill
relieving from the 14th amendment the
disabilities of all. persous except Davis,
Lee, and former members of the United
Internal revenue reoeipts to day $684,
. The Senat? confirmed John A. Camp,
Collector for the first Texas District, and
Gen. Badeau, Consul-General; Horace
Li Pike, of North, Carolina, Consul
General at Tampico.
In th? Senate, a petition was presented
to strike tbo word "white" oat of the
naturalization laws. Bills were intro?
duced, granting lands in aid of the Mem?
phis and New Orleans Levee Company,
and tb relieve, with certain exceptions,
all persons engaged in rebellion, from
disabilities imposed by the fourteenth
amendment to the Constitution of tho
Contested election of Gilbert, of Flo?
rida, va? decided in his favor. A bill
parsed to change the place of holding
tho United States Cirouit Court for Al?
bemarle District, N. C.
The Senate resumed tho consideration
of the tariff bill. A paragraph was in?
serted, fixing the duty on railroad irou
at sixty cents per 100 pounds.
In the House, the sub-committee on
elections reported that Adolph Baily is
not entitled to his sent; that C. D. Dur?
ren is a representative of the Third Con?
gressional District of Louisiana. Keri
made a minority report. The bill creat
ing a department of justice, passed.
IiOuisvrnrjE, April 28.-A fight occur
red at Glasgow Juuotion, Tuesday nigh
last, between the Sheriff and his poss*
and a desperado named Sbives, during
whioh two estimable citizens were wound
ed. Sbives was arrested and lodged it
?"nil, and is now under a strong guard
t is thought that an attempt will bi
made to release the prisoner.
'ALEXANDRIA, VA., April 28.-The wif
of Brewes, killed at Richmond yester
day, died this morning from sorrow.
RICHMOND, VA., April 28.-To-day, al
the houses of business have been closed
having crape on the doors, and tho in
soription: "Closed in consequence of th
calamity at the Capitol." Tho street
are filled with funeral corteges. In th
fnneral corteges of the dead policemen
both sets of policemen joined. All lat
political feeling seems to have been foi
gotten. The bells of the city have toi loi
all day, and the streets look like Sunday
A orowd of about 7,000 people are not
assembled in the Park, hearing addresse
of condolence from Governor Walkei
Judge O ubi, Judge Crump, ex-Govern o
Wise, and others, delivered from th
Southern portico of the Capitol. Tho:
S. Baldwin, one of the injured, died tc
day. He was from Newark, N. J., an
owned a largo clothing house here. Tin
is the only death that has occurred sine
yesterday. Both Houses of the Legisle
ture held informal meetings this mon
ing, and agreed to unite with tho cit
zens in any general funeral procnssioi
The body of the colored Senator, Blanc
was sent home this morning, the hears
being followed by white und colore
members of the Senate to the depo
Ex-Gov. Wells is better to day.
LATER.-Tbis afternoon has been or
of funerals. In some of tho church*
three or four bodies were before the alti
at the same time. All the nowspapi
offices were hung in mourning. TJ
flags on the Capitol, Custom House, t
public buildings, and on all the vesse
in the harbor, were at half-mast. Tl
railroad trains coming into the city we
covered with emblems of mourning, at
many of the trucks and carts thron(
the streets were also so covered. At i
the funerals, the old organizations
which the deceased were attached, turn
ont. At one of them, tho State Grai
Division of Sons of Temperance, nc
in BcflsioD, followed tho corpses to t
At a moss meeting of tho citizens I
day, os mentioned ut noon, the followi
resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, That we mourn with pi
found sorrow the loss which our Sti
and our city hos si.floro.1 in tho death
her citizens; that wo offer, with si
dened hearts and tearful eyes, our pi
foundest sympathies to the bereaved a
to the suffering, and fervently pray tl
as their days of affliction are, so na
their strength be.
Resolved, That Wednesday next, i
4th of May, be set apurt ns a day of 1
miliation, prayer and religions servi
on which day tho people of this city i
requested to assemble iu their respect
places of public worship, nt such hoi
as may bo designated by tho cler
who are respectfully invited to oo-o
rate in the purpose of this resolution.
Expressions of sympathy for the ?
fcrers by the disaster, are coming
?frohi all ?j?oi'eofa, f'rcque?tly- nc?ompa
mod by offers of pecuniary oid. A*tolo
I grata from a Now York merchant, an
tborizes the city authorities to draw on
him for $1,000. Up to a lato hour, lio
more of the wounded had died and their
condition was no worse. Gov. Walker,
to-night, received a j telegram, announc?
ing that the Illinois Constitutional Con?
vention had to-day adopted resolutions
expressive of regret at the calamity in
Virginia and nad adjourned out of re?
spect to the sufferers. ' A suitable reply
was Bent by the Governor, thanking Il?
linois, on behalf of the State of Virginia.
A despatch to the Enquirer sajB that
Fredericksburg had dosed her business
bouses, the town bells were tolled, and
the merchants aro arranging means to
raise funds for tho sufferers.
'ATLANTA, April 28.-Both houses met
at 10 A. M. lu the Senate, the matter of
investigating the affaire of the State
Treasurer and tho Western and Atlanta
Railroad, was referred to the Committee
which were appointed to wait ou the
Provisional Governor. Bradley intro?
duced a resolution to pay the per diem
and mileage for expelled members of the
Senate during the timo of their expulsion.
Brock offered an nmeudment that Brad?
ley be excepted, as ho was expelled for
au entirely different cause than that of
race or color.
In the House, the question was on the
adoptiou of the report of the Committee
appointed to wait on the Provisional
Governor. The matter was disoussed,
and tho report of tbe Committee was
adopted by a vote of 88 to 32. Turner,
offered a resolution expressing sympathy
with the oitizeus of Richmond, Va., iu
view of tho late disastrous calamity iu
that oity, adopted. Scott, offered a
resolution proposing that a Committee
of citizens not members of the Legisla?
ture, be appointed to investigate the
affairs of tho State Road, State Trea?
surer, &o. Tabled 60 to 40.
KIN AN CI Ali AND COMMIS RC I AI..
NEW YORK, April 28-Noon.-Stocks
strong. Money easy, at 5 (ai 6. Exohange
-long 9)6; short 9%. Gold 14%. Bonds
15%. State bonds not yet received.
Flour 6@10c. better Wheat l@2o. bet?
ter. Corn lo. better. Pork firm-moss
28,50. LardBteady, atl6%@l6%. Cot?
ton quiet, at 23j^@23%. Turpentine
heavy, nt 4lJ?@45>?. Freights firmer.
7 P. M.-Moueyeasy. Sterling strong,
at 7>?@7,1?. Gold, after violent fluctu
ntions, reaching 15)?, dosed at 15.'.,'.
Governments active and excited. Cotton
quiet, with sales of 1,900 bales-mid?
dling uplands 23j??; Orleans 23J8. Wheat
activel and l@2c. better-No. 1 spring
firstname.lastname@example.org; winter email@example.com).<. Coru
lo. better for old, without decided change
for new. Pork firm-mess 28.75. Lard
quiet and steady- kettle 17@17%.
Whiskey 1.04? 1.05. Rice dull. Sugar
quiet-Muscovado 9}^; Havana 9,'?.
Coffee quiet. Molasses dull. Freights
BAMTMORE, April 28.-Flour quiet
and quotations entirely unchanged.
Wheat unchanged in every respect. Corn
firm-white and yellow 1.1J@1.11. Oats
steady, at 63@66. Provisions firm at
yesterday's prices. Whiskey quiet, at
LOUISVILLE, April 28.-Corn 1.07.
Shoulders 12%; clear sides 17. Lard
16%(ai8.??. Whiskey 1.00.
NEW ORLEANS, April 28.-Cotton
quiets-middling 22@'?2.J?; sales 2,50
boles; net receipts 2,171; stock 145,077.
MOBILE, April 28.-Cotton very firm
and holders asking higher rates-mid?
dling 123.i'(((,22; sales 8?0 bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, April 28.-Cotton in mode?
rate domauds-middling 21%; sales 250
bales; receipts 1,139.
AUGUSTA, April 28.-Cotton market
firmer and demand better; sales 680
bales-middlings 21,l?; receipts 329.
CHARLESTON, April 28.-Cotton quiet
middling 22; sales 150 bales; reoeipts
732; export coastwise 1,049; stock
LONDON, April 28-Noon.-Consols
LIVERPOOL, April 28-Noon.-Cotton
dull-uplands 11@11??; Orleans 11.%.
LIVERPOOL, April 28-Evening.-Cot?
ton steady-uplands 11@11^; Orleans
ll^i*; sales 10,000 bales.
Tho devil seems to instigate his disci?
ples to fresh characters of crime daily.
The latest was the firing of the steamer
George Washington, at sea, by means of
an explosive box, while en route from
Now Orleans to New York with freight
and passengers, so as to get the insu?
rance What cared the demons who
contrived the plot for the lives of the
poor human beings they were to buru or
drown, so that it brought them money?
A Detroit negro prisoner, on his way
to the penitentiary for larceny, was
asked what ho thought of his trial. He
said: "Fore God, when dat lawyer dat
'fended me mado his speech, I thought
sh u ah I was going to take my ole hat and
walk right out of dat co't room; but
when de other lawyer got up and com?
menced talking, I knew I was de biggiest
rascal on top of de earf."
Two enterprising citizens of Wilming?
ton, Delaware, who recently ereoted two
lino brick houses, have made the awk?
ward and unpleasant discovery that they
have made a mistake in the location and
placed them upon another man's lot, ad?
One patient in Maine has really and
undoubtedly been made nervous by
smoking. He put his lighted pipe in the
same pocket with $85 worth of paper
A Kansas gentleman lately ale three
pounds of raisins for a bet, but was no
better after eating them. In fact, his
next raisin will not be until the general
resurreolion takes place.
A young lady, upon one occasion, re?
quested her lover that ho should define
love. "Well, Sal," said ho, "it is to me
an inexpressibility and an outward all
.. i.v'rtl OF- ' ' -
Store to be Enlarged.
IN consequence of tho groat incrcaso in oar
business, ft has become necosaary to enlarge
our Btore, to o flu et which, our stock ou hand
must ho greatly reduced. We are prepared to
offer great inducements to buyers, Goods will
bo sold ata fraction above cost.
Visitors, friends, and tho public generally,
aro respectfully invited to avail themselves of
this favorable and very raro opportunity to
purchase DRY GOOD8 at amazingly low prices.
Everything appertaining to a first class trado
may be found in stock, at
J. H. A M. L. KJNARD'S,
First door Sooth of Columbia Hotel.
THE fast trotting Messenger
/f1!S?njStmXl? Stallion DANVILLE will season
ijSj??jrar 1*n?in Richland Count v. ?I?H spring,
jrc_lljw at Agnew. A Co.'s Livery Stable,
t?iSBBiEBs??in Columbia, whero ho can ho
seen; alao, at W. H. Dowdy's, on thc Wood?
ward plantation in the Fork, and alternately
at the above placea evory nine days. For par?
ticulars apply at the above places.
Danville took the first prize at our last State
Fair for speed, ?vd eau show as flue colts as
any in the State._April 1 Imo
To the Pubho in General.
IHATE bettor COTTON 8EED than any
man who advertises Seed for BRIB. Mine
is tho improvod BOYD PROLIFIC, which ox
cola any other. The price is $2.50 nor bushel.
Aa examination of my proofs will be convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt
Call and look at the growth, in Butcher Town.
Dec 3_N. POPE.
Fulton Market Piokled Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork.
Pickled Salmon, For ealo br
March 8_* E. HOPE.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
AFULL supply of Fresh GARDEN SEEDS.
Forjaalo bv_ E. HOPE.
300 Barrels Flour.
FOR Halo by
March 3_LOWRANCE A. CO.
Broom Corn Seed.
FOR sale by
March 2_LOWRANCE A CO.
Ale and Porter.
BREMEN LAGER BEER. j
Yonnger's Edinburgh Ale.
Hlbber's London Porter. For sale by
Feb 1 fi _OEOL SYMMERS.
Fresh Goods at Low Prices.
I f\ ?^?\?\ BACON HAMS, Sides
II J.UUU and Shoulders.
300 bbls. Family and low-priced Flour.
20 kits Mountaiu Butter.
50 bbls. Refined and Crushed Sugars.
March 25 For salo bv E. HOPE.
THE extensive uso of these watches for the
last fifteen years by Railway Conductors,
Engineers and Expressmen, the most exacting
of watch-wearers, has thoroughly demonstrat?
ed thc strength, steadiness, durability and
accuracy of tho Waltham Watch. To satisfy
that class in all these respects, is to decide
tito question as to the real value of theso time?
Moro than 450,000 of these watches are
now speaking for themselves in the pockets of j
tho people-a proof and a guarantee of their
superiority over all others.
Tho suporior organization ami great extent
of tho Company's Works at Waltham, enable
thom to produce watches at a price which
renders competiotion futile, and those who
buy any other watch, merely pay from 25 to
50 per cent, more for their watches than is
Wo aro now soiling Waltham Watches at
less prices in greenbacks, than the gold prices
before the war. There is no other manufac?
ture of any kind iu tho United States of which
this can ba said.
'I hose time-pieces combino ovcry improve?
ment that a long experience has proved of |
real practical uso. Having had the refusal of
nearly every invontion in watch ma'cing origi?
nating in this country or in Europe, only those
were llnally adopted which severn lusting, by
tho most skillful artisans in our r/orks, and
long uso on tho part of the public, demonstrat?
ed to bo essential to correct and enduring
Among tho many improvements wo would
The invontion and uso of a centre-pinion of
peculiar construction, to prevent damago to
thu train by tho breakago of main-springs, is
original with the American Watch Company,
who, having had the refusal of all other con?
trivances, adopted Fogg's patent pinion as bo
ing the best and faultless.
Hardened and tempered hair springs, now
universally admitted by watch-makers to ho
tho boat, aro used in all grades of Waltham
All Waltham Watchos have dust-proof caps,
protecting tho movement from dust and les?
sening the necessity of tho frequent cleaning
necessary in other watches.
Our new patent stem-winder, or keyless
watch, is already a decided success, and a
great improvementon any stem-winding watch
in tho American market, and by far tho cheap
oat watch of RB quality now offered to tho
public To those living in portions of the
United States whero watch-makers do not
abound, watches with tho above mentioned
improvements which tend to insuro accuracy,
cleanliness, durability and convenience, must
Every watch guarantood by tho Company.
To prevent imposition, buyers should seo
that every watch should bear either of tho
following trado marks:
American Watch Co.Waltham.
Appleton, Tracy A Co. "
P.S. Bartlett. "
William Ellery. "
Homo Watch Co. "
For salo at retail by all respectable dealers.
A descriptive circular giving much usoful
information Bent to any address on applica?
No watches retailed by thc Company. Ad?
ROBBINS & APPLETON, Gen'l Agents,
182 Broadway, Now York,
Ask to see the new "P?LL-PLATE WATCH
bearing the trado mark "AMERICAN WATCH
CO., Crescent street, Waltham, Mass." It is
by far the best full-plate watch made in tho
United States, and anrpasaoa anything here?
tofore made in this oountry for Ballway Engi?
neers, Conductors, Ac April 24 t3mo
L S IT IS OUR. AN NU AX "CUSTOM,"
which, by repot ?lion, becomes "Law," wo seek
by every possible means to dlreot the public,
both visiting and local, to tho "plaoe," "Ibo
right placo," to buy DRY GOODS.
It only needs a visit to our place, and there
seo tho closest buyors, the best informed and
tho most fashionable persons, all busily en?
gaged piliog up their hius of choice goods.
No person visiting tho city should fail to
call on us. It will edify thom if on business,
gratify them if curiosity-seekers, and profit
them if they aro bujiug gooda; and, b?aidea,
no peraou who sccs Columbia, ahould miss
seeing an inattention of the city,
DRY GOODS HOU8E.
RNOW ALL MEN RY THESE PRESENTS,
S. W. PORTEE & CO.,
Have just roturned from New York, (the se
coud timo this season,) with another tine and
well-selected stock of choice
Whioh they aro now ofTeriug to the trade
VERY LOW DOWN.
We caU especial attontion to our
Dress Goods Department.
Only asking a call from the ladies, feeling
sure we can pleas? them. We believe wo aro
CHEAPEST GOODS IN COLUMBIA.
In Spring and Summer
CASSI ?VI ERES.
For Men's and Roya'wear, we defy composition.
In fact, the slaughter we aro now making in
DRY GOODS ia really fearful to behold. Call
and see for yourselves, and you will bo con?
vinced. 8. W. TOUTER A CO.,
April 15 _ Main Btreet._
BOOT, snoe, BAT & wu mm
HAS just received a very largo and beauti?
ful stock of SPRING GOODS, selected
with groat caro, which will he disposed of BB
low as tho times will admit. It la enough to
say to the public, that our buyer waa in tho
market late in tho seaaon, and reaped the
bench t of the recent and vor j groat declino in
prices. In ROOTS and SHOES, I havo every?
thing the eye could fancy, and each article
warranted aa represented. My stock ol HATS
can't bo surpassed in style and quality, and
will guarantee prices as low aa any house in
I havo paid special attention to my Jobbing
Stock, in both branches, and am prepared to
offer raro inducements to tho trade.
Re sure to call one door North of Columbia
Hotel, as earlv aa possiblo, and secure bar?
gains. A. SMYTHE.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, April 23,1870.
TUE attention of Merchants is called to tho
following extract from tho ''Ordinance to
raiso supplies for the year 1870:"
"That a tax equal in amount to that im?
posed by tho State, shall bo levied and paid
upon all merch andi/.o exposed for sale within
tho corporate limits of said city. That ia to
aav, fifty conta on everyone hundred dollars
of tho avorage stocks of merchandize on band
the lat of March, 1870."
Tho above tax ia required to be paid on or
beforo the 1st of May next.
_ April 21 J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk. _
" ARTIFICIAL WORK.
THE undersigned, having located in thia
city, would offer his acrvicoa to all in want
of auj one to dec?ralo their Gardens, in
French or Swiss styles. Will nlao attend to
putting up all kinds of Fancy Work, auch aa
Fountains and Naturel Water-fulls, Fertilizing
Side Hill Ditches, bridges, Landacapea, Tem?
ples, Arbors, lino Pav?nente, Piro and Wator
l'roof Roofs, and decorations of all kinda.
Addroes through the Post Office,
March 2 f3mo W. APO. D'ELMAR.
THE ONLY TUCK IIKINITHII'8
GERMAN HORSE POWDER,
Deutsches Pferde Pulter.
THIS Colobratod POWDER is
prepared from tho old Gorman
I Itecipo, and is tho only genuine
German Horao Powder aa made
*oy "Heiuitsh." 11 is specially in?
tended for diaoaaea to which the Horse is sub?
The extraordinary virtues of this norse
Powder aro attested to by thousands, und for
fifty years baa stood und still stands first in
the estimation of nil experienced Faimera,
Agriculturists and Furriera, aa the beat medi?
cine for tho Horse. It is composed of roots
and herbs carefully combined with tonics, and
may bo given in all cases where diseaseoxiats.
For INDIGESTION, DISTEMPER, Hide?
bound, Drowsiness, Loss of Appetite, Inward
Sprains, Debility, Wasting of Flesh, Sore
Eyes, Swelled Legs, Greuao, Mango, Surfeit,
old Coughs, Exhaustion from Work. It carries
off all foul humors, purities and oools tho blood,
and prevents horses becoming stiff and foun?
dered. It is a Htimulous for weak stomachs,
and ronders tho limbs and skin soft and Uno,
giving a smooth coat tn tho
hair, and transforms tho ill
conditioned and sick to hoalth,
beauty and spit it. Prepared4
only hy E. H. II KINITSU, Phar- _
macist, Columbia, S. C. Dec 10 t
Bonds and Stocks.
QOLD AND SILVER.
UNCURRENT RANK RILLS,
Coupons, Mutilated Currency, Ac, Ac,
Ac, bought end sold hy D. G AMISH! My,
Fob 15 3mo Ofu?o Columbia Hotel Ruilding.
FEARFULLY LOW PRICES!
Entirely New Styles
LINEN GOODS, LINEN SUITS,
White, Figured and Buff Piques, Grena?
dine, Lace, Chame and Shetland
ALEXANDER KID GLOVES. Cassimores,
Ootha ami Cottonadea, Prints, Domes?
tics, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Mattings. Whito
Goods, Hosiery and Notions.
Our superior facilities for buying Goode ena?
bles us to moot tho closest comnotition from
any quartor. W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE;
B. B. MoOBEERY._April 24
Free List Entirely Suspended.
THE Stockholders, their families and friends
are respectfully invited to examine the
most exteusivu stock of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
FANCY ARTICLES, &C,
AT THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
Special inducements are offered to pur?
chasers, in consequence of tho low price of
gold, in the following articles:
Fino 13K. Gold Pendant Winding, United
States, Elgin und American WATCHES.
Also, a largo assortment of Swiss WATCHES,
in Gold and Coin Silver Cases.
Ladies' and Gent's GOLD CHAINS.
Ladies' and Missos' Half Sots, bracelets,
Charms, Ear Rings, Brooches, Ac, Ac.
Solid Silver Ware, Meriden Triple-Plated
Ware, Fancy Froncb Clocks, all grades of
American Clocks, Musical Instruments, Pis?
tols, ?te., Ac
Particular attention is called to a largo as?
sortment of Fans, Portmonaies, and Card
Cases, which will ho sold very low.
REPAIRING OF WATCHES ANO JEWELRY
personally attended to and warranted.
ISAAC SU LZ BACHER,
Columbia Hotel Row, Columbia, S. C.
Must be Sold!!
WE have about $10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, mora than we can realizo on
this Spring, and wo are anxious to
get rid of somo of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP for that purpose.
Our slock ia the largest, in our
line, that has ever been brought
to this city. Handsomo Goods,
and bought right. Largo line of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Boat Fitting SHIRTS. It ia now
gonerally admitted that we are
making to order Tf?E FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
It. & XV. C. SWAFPIELO.
April 17 _ _
Buy to the Best Advantage.
W. A, CARR & CO.,
Bridge street, near Gates,
?j^n^?, SELL GOODS as Cheap, if not Cheap
KVi-j^'.r.er than any houso in Columbia. Give
T&tlWdthnni a trial. March 10
DICKSONS IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
GROWN from Seed purchased directly of
Mr. David Dickson, in 1807, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I will deliver tho Socd, sacked in good order,
at thu Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at (2.00 por bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 nor bushel, for all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, ht. Matthew's, 8. C.
I respectfully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me last spring,
tor ie formation touching the purity and supe?
riority of tho Seod, to wit: Hon. T.. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Fort Motte} P. BL Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Faulting, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's ; L. R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. R. Muller,
Er?q.. Orangeburg Court Houso ; all cf Orange
burg County. 8. C._Fob ll .Imo?
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho beat manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Doo IC WILLIAM GLAZE.
Valuable Beal Estate.
D. C. PELXOTTO & SON, Auctioneers.
Bichar? Davis, Martha ?. Davis vs. ADD Son?
den ,w. 8. DaviB et ial.
IN pursuanoe o? tho decretal order of April
22d, we will sell, ut pnblio auction, on tho
first MONDAY in May noxt, the following roal
estate in the city of Columbia:
1st. All that lot of land, in tho city of Co?
lumbia, with the residence thereon, kitchen,
Ac, bounded on tho East by Barnwell street,
measuring thereon one hundred and four feet,
(104 ic et, ) more or leso; North by a lot now or
formerly belonging to Gen. Gwynn; Weat-by
lot of Joahna Sourien. deceased; South by lot
of Mrs. Rebecca Kirkland. The house con?
tains five rooms, and is at present occupied by
2d. Also, all tbat lot or parcel of land, situ?
ate on Gervais etreot, in the city of Colombia,
fronting on that street 104 feet 4 inches, more
or less, bounded on Wost by lot of John
McCammon; South ny lot belonging to estate
of Joahna Sonden; East by*, lot of Gen.
Gwynn, now occupied by A. O. .Mackey; said
lot has a bouse upon it containing six rooms,
stables, kitchen, out-houses, ito.
TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash;; balance in
ono and two years, secured by bond, bearing
interest at the rate of seven per cont, per
annum, and roortgugoof tho premise*. Por?
ch users to pay for papers, stamps, Ac.
Tho above property can bo treated for pri?
vately prior to day of sale. April 24
Granite, Marble and Iron For Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA. April 15,1870.
IN conformity with a concurrent r?solution
of the two Houses of tho General Assembly,
directing the Governor "to have tho Capitol
Grounds cleared of the rubbish and obstacles
with whioh they are now encumbered, aud to
disposo of, by public auction, euch of the
building materials, old iron, Ac, as, upon
proper examination, may be deemed unavail?
able for completing tho State Capitol," notice
is hereby given tb at on TUESDAY, May 2, at
10 o'clock a. m., will he sold, ut the Capitol
Square, a large quantity of damaged Granite
and Marble, old iron, wrought and oaat, Steel
Chisels, Ac, and other materials. unavailablo
for completing tho Stato Capitol.
TERMS, cash on delivery, and the materials
to be removed as soon as practicable.
JACOB LEVIN, Auctioneer, rf
By order of tho Governor.
April 10 |6 J. E. GREEN, Agent.
ter Charleston Bf publican copy 6 times eed.
Sheriff B Sale.
Undor order of Judgo of Probate
IN pursuance of an order made by William
Hutson Wigg, Judge of Probate for Rich?
land County, I will nell, on tho FIRST TUES?
DAY in May next, at the residence of M. J.
Corley, in Richland County, about ll mUes
above Columbia, within the legal hours,
All the PERSONAL PROPERTY of the estate
of James F. Corley, deceased, consisting of
one Mare, one Mule, one Buggy and Harnee*,
ono Cow and Calf, three Heifers, twelve head
of Fowls, one Bed and Bedstead, one Pistol,
(Colt's Repeater,) one Silver Watch, Lot Cook?
ing Utensils, oneTablek Lot of Crockery, one
Saddle and a. lot of Sundries.
Terms caBh. P. F. FBAZEE,
April 10 gath_ 8. R. O.
Under order of Judgo of Probate. Ex parte
Mrs. Sophia Ewart vs. J. S. Guignard ct
al.-Petition for Dower.
IN purananco of an order made by the Hon?
orable William Hutson Wigg, Judge of Pro?
bate for Richland County, I will sell, on the
FIRST MONDAY in May next, in front of the
Court House, in Columbia, within the legal
All .t hat LOT, or parcel of L VND, situated
ou Richardson street, in tho city of Columbia,
bounded on the North by a lot formerly of
Mrs. Black, but now of the estate of James 8.
Guignard, and measuring thereon 208 feet,
more or lesa; on the East- by an alley-way,
measuring thereon 47 foot, more or lees; on
tho South by a lot of the. estate of James 8.
Guignard, measuring thereon 208 feet,more or
less, and on tho West by Richardson street,
The above described property will be sold
at the risk of the former purchaser.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. G.
Under order of Judge of Probate.
IN pursuance of an ord. r made by William
Hutson Wigg, Judge of Probate for Rich?
land County, I will self, ou the FIRST TUES?
DAY in May next, at Mrs. K. G. Brevard'*
mill place, about eight miles below Columbia,
on tho Bluff Road, within the legal boors,
All the PERSONAL PROPERTY of the es?
tate of James Jackson, deceaaed, conaiating of
1 Mule, 1 Wagoo, lot of Plows and Gear, Plan?
tation Tools, Kitchen Furniture, lot of Crock?
ery, Household Furniture, 1 Silver Watch and 1
Clock. Terma cash. P. F. FBAZEE,
April 10 gath_8. R. O.
Robert Howell and Michael C. Howell vs. Jo?
seph Howell, Elizabeth Chaplin, John J.
Chaplin, Charles Howell, Olin Howell, Jesso
M. Howell, Catharine P. Howell, Daniel R.
Howell, Mary A. Howell, Robert and Sarah
McCollnra.-Bill for Partition in Equity.
IN pursuance of the decretal order of the
Circuit Court sitting in Equity in the above
stated case, 1 will soil, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in Juno next, in front of tho Court House in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that Square of LAND in tho city of Co?
lumbia, containing four (4) acres, bounded by
Lady, Barnwell, Gervais and Henderson
The above described property will be divided
and Bold in lots of one-fourth of an acre, each,
and oan be treated for privately.
TEUM8 or SALE-Cash for one-half of bid:
balance in one year; secured by bond ana
mortgage of the premises sold. Purchaser to
pay for stamps and papors.
April 26 tn th P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. O.
Under order of Judgo of Probate.
Ex parte James Hunter and Ellen Honter.
Petition for Hale, Ac.
IN pursuance of au order made by William
Hutson Wigg, Judgo of Probate for Rich?
land County, in the above stated cane, I wUl
sell, on the first MONDAY in May next, in
front of the Court House, in Columbia, within
tho legal hours, tho several Tracts of Land of
which tba late Jacob Wyrir-k, died, possessed,
All that TRACT or LAND, situate on Crane
Creek, in tho County of Richland, containing
six hundred and throe (603) acres., and bound?
ed by landa of Captain Stack, F. A. Koon, G.
Douglas, W. Cook and Renton Smith. Thia is
otto of the finest timbered taaots ot land In tho
All that Tract of Land, in Richland County,
containing five hundred and eighty-seven
1587) acres, and hounded by lauds of Dr. La
Borde, TLoniks Center, Mr. Turnipseed and
All that Tract of Land, situate in Fairfield
County, containing four hundred and seventy
four (474) acros, moro or lesa; bounded by
lands or Colonel D. D. Fon ly and lands former?
ly of Colonel Leitner and othors. A large por?
tion of this Tract is in original oak and hicko?
TEKMS OK SALE.-One-third cash; the ba
lane* on a credit of one and two years. Pur?
chaser to givo bond, with approved personal
soourity, and a mortgago of (.ho premises Bold,
and to pay for stamps and papers.
April 10 mth P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Old Java Coffee.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
for salo at reduced prices. E. HOPE