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Fore I on Hew?.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jane 1*-A fearful
war of religious intol?rance bas broken
oat in Roumelia, a metropolitan province
of the Turkish empire in the Sooth of
Europe. For some time, the native
Christians have manifested a spirit of
fearful vindictiveness against the Jewish
population, who have endeavored in vain
to obtain from the Government some
protection against outrage and extortion.
A seoret movement has been in organi?
zation for some time for the extermina?
tion of the inoffensive Jews, and the
deep and deadly hatred of the bigoted
populace has only been slumbering,
awaiting a vent for its fury. On Sunday
lost, by a preconcerted signal, tho Chris?
tian populace rose, aud the fearful work
of butchery was inaugurated. At an
early hour, the houses of all the Jows
were invaded, and those of the occupants
who were anablo to escape were massa?
cred in cold blood. The fleeing Israelites
were pursued through the town by an
armed mob and murdored wherever
oaaght. Men, women aud children were
ruthlessly slaiu. The fury of tho popu?
lace, inflamed with religious bigotry,
only exhausted itself for want, of victims.
In all the principal towns, the fearful
work of butchery prevailed, and thou?
sands of men, women and children of
the repugnant class were butchered in
cold blood. The work of slaughter still
goes on in the interior, and nothing has
been heard yet of any movement by the
authorities to suppress it. The reigning
Prince is absent from the province nnd
advantage was taken of this to complete
the total extermination of all Jews from
the province. Prince Charles is hurry?
ing nome, and energetic measures will at
once be taken by the Sultan to suppress
the religious erneute. Meanwhile, the
fury of the mob continues unabated,
finding fresh victims to glut its insatiate
MADRID, Jane 4.-In the Cortes, the
Committee on the Abolition of Slavery
reported in favor of the postponement
of complete emancipation for sixty
years. Two citizens were killed and
seven wounded in the tax riots at Yalla
boniest Jo News. .
RICHMOND, VA., JUDO 4.-Tho grund
jury to-day indicted George Cnhoon, ex
Mayor, for forgery, and Johnson H.
Sauds and Richard P. Sanxay, two ex
Confederate officers, for conspiracy to
defraud the State ont of 870,000, the
amount due tho estate of Jacob Horn
steen, who died intestate, lt is charged
that all these parties, after the war, ap?
propriated the estate to their own uses.
Mr. Chahoon was arrested this after?
noon, and bailed in $10,000; the other
parties aro not in custody, but officers
have been sent for them.
MONTGOMERY, June 4.-Judge Bus
teed, of the United States District
Court, committed Reynolds, the Auditor
of the State, to jail, for five days, for
contempt of Court, in refusing to obey
an injunction restraining him from col?
lecting two per cent, tax on the gross re?
ceipts of tho Southern Express Compa?
ny, which was authorized by tho State
revenue law, but enjoined by order of
the District Court. Auditor Reynolds
was also fined $1,000, and required to
refund the amount collected from the
Express Company. Reynolds is u lead?
CANANDATGUA, June 4.-The Fenians
Gleason, Donnelly, Lindsay, Cullum,
Fitzpatrick, McNeil, Glass and Smith,
have been released on bail.
PHILADELPHIA, June 4.-Tho Presby?
terian Assembly finally adjourned to-duy,
without further important actiou.
HELENA, MONTANA, June 4.- A snow
storm of five or six feet followed the six
WASHINGTON, Juno 4.-Tho House
passed, with verbal amendments, the Se?
nate bill authorizing railroad bridges
across tho Alabama River, near Selma
and near Montgomery. Schenck modi?
fied his amendment, by reducing the
duty on tea to fifteen cents per pound,
and on coffee to three cents. Ho moved
the previous question on the first section
as a whole, preventing votes on the sepa?
rate paragraphs, and the Democrats have
taken to filibustering.
Tn the Senate, the bill to encourage
the construction of the International
Pacific Railroad, of Texas, was reported,
with amendments. A motion, by Flana?
gan, to take it up, was objected to by
Hamilton, of Texas, and laid over.
Internal revenue receipts to-day over
This evening's Star says the House
Reconstruction Committee, by eight to
seven votes, agreed to so amend the
Georgia bill as to require the election of
a new Stato Legislature the coming fall.
Tn the House, 120 persons of Louis?
ville, Ky., petition for a reduction of
tax on manufactured tobacco to sixteen
Senate bill, on motion of Sheldon,
authorizing a draw-bridge ovor tho Ala?
bama River, near Selma and above
Montgomery, was taken up from the
speaker's table and passed. The tax bill
was resumed, when Schenck offered the
tariff amendment, stating that he did it
on his own responsibility, not by order
of the Ways and Moans Committee.
He stated that tho total reduction of tho
revenue by the proposed amendment,
would bo over $20,000,000. Ho esti?
mates the reduction of internal revenuo
at $40,000,000. He moved the previous
question-refused by 90 to 83. He then
withdrew tho tariff amendment, and
moved tho previous question ou the tux
bill. Finally he renewed his amend?
ment, and moved the previous question,
which was ordered. It was agreed to
vote Monday, when tho Houso adjourned.
Butter and Cheese.
CHOICE Goshen BUTTER and primo
Factory CHEESE, jual roceived, and for
salo low by_J. f- T. R. AGNEW.
A never-failing cure for "sulks:"
FINANCIAL AN? COMMERCIAL.
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Nsw YORK, Jane 4-Noon.-Stocks
irregular. Money 8(2)4. Exchango
long 10; short 10&. Gold 14%. Bonds j
12??. Tennessee's, ex-coupon. 62; new 1
58 %; Virginia's, ex-coupon, 69X; new
68; Louisiana's, old, 76><,'; new 72; levee
6's 73; 8's 92; Alabama 8'a 101M; fi's 80;
Georgia 7's 95; North Carolina's, old,
48; new 25; South Carolina's, old, 94>?;
new 82. Flour a shade firmer. Wheat1
very firm and qniet. Corn lo. better.
Pork firm, at 30.25. Lard quiet, at 16.
Cotton dull and lower-22>?@22>?; enies
500 bales. Freights firmer.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet and weak;
sales 600 bales-middling uplands 22>?;
Orleans 22^4. Bank statement unfavora?
ble, owing to heavy shipments of specie.
Sterling dull, but firm. Governments
firm. State securities steady, except
new Virginia's, which aro weak, at 68.
Stocks firm, though a trifle off thc high?
est point of to-day.
BALTIMORE, Juuo 4.-Flour firm and
in improved demand. Wheat firm. Corn
dull-white firstname.lastname@example.org; yellow 1.10(2;
1.11. Whiskey heavy.
CINCINNATI, June 4.-Corn ndvancing,
at 94(2)95. Whiskey firm and ia fair de?
mand-old process 1.04; patent dull, at
ST. Louis, June 4.-Corn declining
mixed and yellow 92(2:96. Whiskey
firm, at 1.05. Bucou firm-shoulders
13>?? ; clear sides 17^.
CHARLESTON, June 4.-Cottou dull
middling 21(2)21'^; sales 50 bales; re?
ceipts 193; exports coastwise, 16S; stock
AUGUSTA, June 4.-Cotton market very
dull and sales 180 bales; receipts 90
SAVANNAH, June 4.-Cotton in fair
MOBILE, Juue 4.-Cotton quiet and
weak-middling 21; sales 600; receipts
1,200; exports 778.
NEW ORLEANS, June 4.-Cotton dull and
nominal, middling 2l?i ; sales 1,000 bales;
net receipts 745. Sterling 257'a- Gold
GALVESTON, June 4.-Cotton flat
good ordinary 17^4@.18; sales 250 bales;
receipts 274; stock 28.291.
LONDON, June 4-Noon.-Consols
92 Bonds 89^.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 4-3 P.M.-Cottou
dull-uplands 10??; Orleans 10J-^.
TAKING ST?G TC.
IN ORDER TO REDUCE MY STOCK, PRE
viuus to lat .Tidy, prices will he greatly rc
duct'il, ami nunv urticlea auld regardless efl
COST, to elear them out.
I deem it nJliecessarv to enumerate, aa I
keen everv article usually found in the DRY
I havo on hand a lot of
IrL O ra 33L JEL UL ts?,
which I will aell very low, to get them out of |
The attontion of tho community ia roapect
fully called to the abovo.
C. P. JACKSON.
City Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
aro prepared to
able and Stationa
ary Steam Engines
' and Boilers, Saw
Mills, Grist and
Flour Mills, Iron
and BraBa Castings
of all descriptions,
Gearing Mill Iron
Wo aro aleo Agents for Emory'a Universal
Cottou Gina, and Goiacr'a Southern Throatier
and Cleanor. Theso maohinoa havo no aupe
riora. Morril'a Deep Well Pumps, Robert
Wood A Co's Fountain and Ornamental Iron
Works. Ordera from tho country promptly
attended to. RICHARD TOZER,
May 24 limo ROBT. MCDOUGALL.
IHAVE just received tho following list of
choice WINES, comprising the finest Euro?
pean branda. This ia, without doubt, the
largest and beat assortment over offered in
CLARETS-Brandenburg Frcroa' Modoc,
St. Julien, Margaux, Pontet Canot, LaRose,
Chatoau LaRoao, Grand Viu Latour, 1858;
Margaux, 1858; uaFitto, 1858.
HOCKS AND SAUTERNES.-Lanben
hoitner, Neorsteimor, Hockheimer, Marco
brnner, Hildesheimer, Haut Sautorno, Haut
CHAMPAGNES.-Moot & Chandon's Ver
zenay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Giecn
Seal. Bruch. Fouchor A Co.'s Lac D'Or, Carte
D'Or, Sparkling Mosolle.
SHERRIES-AU Grados, from house of
Wisdom A W?rter, Xori?s do La Frontera, in?
cluding some vory choice "AMONTILLADO,"
worthy tho attention of connoisenrs.
May 15_GEORGE HY M MERS.
OUR POPULAR SALES
COMMENCES FliOM THIS DA TE
WITH STILL LOWER BASIS OF
Another invoice of those
Coo), Comfortable ami Clicup Linen Hulls
fur Ioidl? H.
Having lately replenished tho
That branch of our business of?bra superior
inducements to tho Trade; and wo are pleased
to know wo havo made no idle promises.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Radding,
w. ii. LOVE. n. n. si'cnEmiY.
_ May 22 _
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho host manner, by first clasB workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Deo 10 WILLIAM GLAZE.
Lunch every day nt Pollock's.
WE beg io onnounco that we bave just
complot od one *>f the
Largest Pur ch aces of the Season,
In New, Handsome, Desirable and Obeap
AB follows: Mattings, Floor Oil Cloths, Car
pots, Druggets, Jutea, Crumb-Clothe, Shades,
Cornices, Stair-Rods, DamaBks, Hollands.
Figured Curtain Muslins, Nottingham and
Tambour Curtain Laces, Curtain bunds, otc,
etc. Together with a remarkably rino and de?
sirable Lino of other
House Furnishing Goods,
AB Linen Shooting, Linen Pillow-casing.
Toilet Towels, in damask, satin damask and
huck; also, Olasa and Dish Towels and Towel?
ing. Cotton Sheeting, Cotton Pillow-casing,
Houey-oomb, Alloudalo, Alhambra and .Mar?
seilles Quilts, Musquito Nota, Uauzo and Robi?
Another lot of that boautiful IRISH LINEN,
at 50c. hv the picco.
Full arid complote lino of selected PRINT8.
Full and complete linc of dioico DRESS
QOODS, in black and fanev colora.
A superb lot of LACE POINTS, in black
and alan in white Llama. Thoao Goods are
ottered till thc 15th, at a wonderful declino in
price. After that date, tho Points will bo re?
A beautiful collection of LADIES' FANCY
TIRS AN? BOWS, at Low Pricoa,
A superb lot of SASH RIBBONS, otc, otc.
Wo atop enumerating, to say tho Stock is
full in every department ; and will ho kept au.
Tho prices ar<* alwavs right and giia?antued;
and CASH BUYER? can afford to come great
distances to buy of us. Persons residing out
of the city can send for sample? of auch goodB
as aro wanted. Orders solicited and tilled at
lowest market rates, and satisfaction guaran?
teed. Ii- C. SHIVER.
Juno 3 5
Old Java Coffee.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
for nalo at rodnced prices. E. HOPE
Stocks and Bonds,
pi OLD AND SILVER,
\JT Rank Notes, Coupons.
Couuty Claims, Jury Certificates, Mutilated
Currency, Ac, Ac Bought and Bold by
Oflien Columbia Hotel Building, Main street.
Slay 19 3mo _
(LATE GLAZE & RADCLIFFE.)
c?e I COMMENCED the WATCH
/?n?fekjQai'd JEWELRY business in 1835,
/r_y JHKSold to Radcliffe in 1850; eom
jRESmonced tho manufacture of Guns
i^^* '\nw~^ iiiil Machinery for tim State;
aold out io General Sherman in 18C5; not hav?
ing realized on tho last salo, I am again
back at mv old business, and intend to keep a
nret-clasBJEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT, an I
build up tho business 1 sold in 1851). I solid
a call from those in want of linn goods.
May 8 f I mo W M. OLA ZR.
HAS WATCH RS RRPAIRED by the best of
Workmen. All kinds of JEWELRY re?
paired mid made to order. ENGRAVING
done by ouo ot the best Engravers in the
south. WM. oLAZE.
May 8_ tim
HAS JUST RECEIVED auwtber lot of fino
Engliah and French SPECTACLES, the
neat o? Scotch pobblo. Tho French Porosco
pic Scotch Glasses are supoiior to any A meri?
el n Glaaa made. Got tho beat Glassand sa vu
vour sight. WM. GLAZE.
W. J. HOKE
?8S|fe H AS just received, and open
?Eal cd a laruo stock of SPRING
ABBI AND SUMMER 111
?^^^ CLOTHING, HATS, JOE
COLLARS, TIES, Ac,
Which ho proposes to sell on the most roason
ablo terms. Call and examine for yourselves.
April 10 t
Tile MaTTi m catS^.
BOOT, SHOE, HAT & TRUM BOISE
HAS just received a very largo and beauti?
ful ?took of SPRING GOODS, selected
with great caro, which will bo disposed of as
low as tho times will admit. It is enough to
Bay to tho public, that our buyer was in the
market late in the season, and reapod the
bonellt of tho recent and very groat declino in
prices. In BOOTS and SHOE?. 1 navo every?
thing tho eye could fancy, and each article
warranted us represented. My stock of HATS
can't be surpassed in style and quality, and
will guarantee prices as low as any hoiiao in
tho Si ato.
I lowe paid special at trillion to my Jobbing
Stock, in both branches, and am prepared to
offor rare inducements to tho tracie.
Be aura to call ono door North of Columbia
Hotol, as early as puaeihle, and secure bar?
gains. A. SMYTHE.
WE havo in atoro 250 dozen of Brade's
hoavy Crown Stool HOES, Brade's Light
Stool Hoes and Riveted Eyua. ElwuU's Picks
and Planters' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trade, ami paid
for with gold at 1H to \'?] per cent, premium,
and wo confidently Bay wo are prepared to
atiit tho markot. LOWRANCE A CO.
March 23 _
Fresh Goods at Low Prices.
IA A/\A LBS. BACON HAMS, Sides
IA J.UUU and Shoulders.
300 obis. Family and low-pricod Flour.
20 kits Mountain Butter.
50 bois. Refined and Crushed Sugars.
March 25 For salo hv E HOPE.
DR. D L. BOOZER
WOULD INFORM Ida patrons
and the public, that ho is now
prepared to insert ARTIFICIAL
PRE Ul, upon Dr. Stuck's Cele?
brated Patent Plates. Ho alan has a larger
stock of Dental Material than ever waa kopi in
tliia city and oan supply ot her Dentists. High?
est prious paid for old gold, or new platt s
given in pay. Oflicu-Weat side of Main
street, three doors North of Plain. April 15
300 Barrels Plonr.
FOR salo by
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.
Threshing Machines-Reaping Ma?
chines, Horse Powers,
ON hand and for salo at manufacturer's
prices, adding freight.
April 14 _LOWRANCE A CO.
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST recoivod by William Glaze, fino Eng?
liah BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fiuo Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Cape, of all
kind. One door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A Go.'? Banking Honao. Dec 16
...BOOK, JOB AND NEW?l'Al'EU
A FEW DOOKS ABOVE TAYLOR,
OolumlDia,, 23- O.
THE Propriotor of tho Tnu'.Nix haa fitted up
and thoroughly furnished Ina office for the
oxcculion o? all kinda of PfiAlN AND ORNA?
MENTAL. LETTEK PRESS PRINTING.
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The Type, Border, Ruloa, Ornamenta, Cuta,
etc., are of MODERN STYLE, carefully
selected from tho lat goat and best
.'ho Presse? aro ??i?s of tho MOST
AP PRO VIM) ? 'SSSIws PATTERNS
Hoe, Adunia ;-^?H??8fc and Liber?
ty-im hid qBjrguWjBSSL ing Pinten
and Bed --"^ rii?jlF^ and
NN NN N N NNN
NNNN N NNNNN
NNNN N NNNNN
Profo'aional Mon, Merchante. Manufacturera
and Mechamos, can bo supplied with ANY
KIND OR STYLE Ol-' PRINTING,
however large ur small their orders
may ho, muro expeditionary
than at any other oflice in
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A LARGE AND VAIIIKD STOCK OF CARDS,
Card Board, Leitet, Note, Cap and Colored
Papera, Bill Hoads, eic, will be kept
couatautly on hand from which
aelectiona can bo made.
With tho LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, the atvle, quality and coat of
work oannot fail to give aatiafaction.
NNNN N N NNNN
Orders from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and tho work forwarded
to ita dostinutinu without delay.
GGGG (JG OGG
Thia is tho only %^xvwv\-f?i'?////.'4y establishment
in the Hinte, ?c^KR^/??^F^ where Sheet
I'OHTKUS, ^^^j^^^^tfec. can bo
OAAND BE OOaVINCED.k'
JULIAN A. SELBY, PROPRIETOR.
Hone?, Cows and Calve?.
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
TO-MORROW MORNING, Monday, Cth inst.,
at 10 o'clock, in front of the Court House, in
this city, we will soil,
4 good Draft Horsos.
G fine Milch Cows, with their young Calves,
and several head or Cattle.
Terms cash. Balo positivo. June 5 1
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW MORNING, at 10 o'clock, in
front or the Court Ilu'.mo, I will sell
_ Two good HORSES, MU LES, Ao. Juno jj 1
Six!y-Nine Acres of Oood Land.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will
sell, in front or tho Court UUUBO,
Tho above, situated two-aud-a-balf miles
troin tho city, on tho waters of Mix Mdo
branch, bounded by lauds of oat ato of Crews,
Walsh, Kohler, Reil and Dr. Parker. About
six acres of this tract is cloared; tho balanco
well wooded with pino and oak. Terms at
sale. _ Juno 51
Lot on Assembly street, froid lay the Market,
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY MORNING next, at 10 o'clock, at
tho Court House, I will rout, at public out?
cry, for tho term of fivo yeaiB, tho above
named lot, at present in possession of Reek
Rug and Heidt, which will tcrminato on 24th
TKIIMB OF S.U.K.-bond and personal secu?
rity for quarterly payments, as they become
duo. June 2 thsm3
Building Lot on Sumter street.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY MORNING next, at 10 o'clock, 1
will Boll, at tho Court House,
The above-namod Lot, measuring tl fly-th roc
feet front, moro or IOBB, running back 104
bounded North by J. and A. Oliver, West t>:
estate of H. G. Franck, and South hy Nichols
TERMS OF SALE -One-half cash, the balanci
n twolve months, for bond and mortgago
Purchaser to pay for all necoaaary papera an<
Under order ot Judge or Probate. Ex. vari
James Huntor and Ellon Hunter-Petiliox
for sale, <fcc.
IN pursuance or an order made by tho Hon
orablo William Hutaon Wigg, Judge of Pro
bato for Richland County, in tho above state
case, I will sell, on tho first MONDAY in Jun
next, in front of the Court House, in Cohan
bia, within tho legal hourn,
All that tract or LAND in Richland Count}
containing five hundred and eighty-aevo
,587) acroB, and bounded by landa of Dr. Lt
Horde, Thomas Co?ter, Mr. Turnipsccd au
Tho above will bo sold at thc risk and coal
of tho former purchaser, Samuel R. Thom]
son, he having failed to comply with terms <
THUMS OF S ALE -One-third cash, tho balanc
on a credit of ono and wo years. Purchase
to give bond, with approved personal aocur
ty, and a mortgago of tho premises, and t
pav for stamps and papers.
May 15 mth_P. F. FRAZEE. S. R. C.
Robert Howell and Michael C. Howell vs. J<
aeph Howell, Eli/, chet h Chaplin, John .
Chaplin, Charles Howoll, Olin Howell, Jeai
M. Howell, Catharine P. Howell, Daniel 1
Howoll, Mary R. Howell, and Sarah MeCt
lum.-Bill for Partition in Equity.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of tl
Circuit Court Bitting in Equity in tho abo'
stated caao, I will nell, on the FIRST MOND/
in June next, in front of tho Court Houao
Columbia, within tho logal hours,
All that Square or LAND in tho city or C
lumbia, containing four (4) aerea, hounded 1
Lady, Barnwell, Gorvaia and Henderai
The above described property will be divid
and Bold in lots or one-fourth of an acre, cac
and can bo treated for privately.
TERMS OF SALE-Cash for ono-half or bi
j balance in ono year; secured by bond a:
mortgago of tho promiaoa sold. Purchaser
pay for stamps and papors.
April 2? mth_P.P. FRAZEE. S. R. C
Under order of Judgo of Probate. Ex pa;
Mrs. Sophia Ewart vs. J. S. Guignard
ni.-Petition for Dower.
IN pursuance of an order made by tho Ho
orablo William Unison Wigg, Judgo
Probate for Richland County, 1 will sell,
the FIRST MONDAY in June next, in front
thc Court Houao, in Columbia, within t
All that LOT, or parcel of LAND, situ?t
on Richardson street, in the city of Columb
bounded on tho North by a "lot formerly
Mrs. black, but now of the catato of James
Guignard, and measuring thereon 208 foi
more or ICBH ; on the East by an alley-?)
measuring thereon 47 feet, moro or leaB;
tho South by a lot of tho estate of James
Guignard, measuring thereon 208 feet, moro
less, and on the Wost by Richardson stre
Tho above described property will bo ai
at the risk of purchasers, at former aalea.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pav for ?tani
and papors. P. P. FRAZEE, S. R. C
May 15 _ _ inti
BY virtuo of a writ of fieri facias, to mo
reeled, I will Bell, on tho first MOND
in Juno next, in front or tho Court House,
Columbia, within tho legal boura, tho ont
stock in trado of tho d?fendant, consisting
DRUGS, Medicines, Counters, Scalea, <
Levied on aa tho proporty of A. J. Berry,
the suit of J. M. Rantin vs. A. J. Burry. Ter
oash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. H. C
May 15_ mt
BY virtuo of an execution, to mo directei
will sell, on tho first MONDAY in Ji
next,in front of tho Court House, in Columl
The Broad River Bridge, orocted o
droad River, about two milos above Columl
Levied on aa tho property of tho Broad Ri
bridge Company, at tho suit of Timo
Duane IM. thu Broad River Bridge Compa
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. <
May 18 _mt
BY virtue of an execution to mo directe
will sell, on tho first MONDAY in J
next, in front of tho Court House, in Coli
bia, within the legal boura, tho foll?n
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LA
in Richland County, containing eleven ti
I drcd and fifty-two (1,152) acres, moro or 1
and bounded on the North by Gill's Cr<
East by lands of the eatatoa of C. R. Bi
and G. R. Starling, and lands of Dr. A. V
lace, South by Big Lake, and Weat by Roi
All that Lot or Land in tho city of Col
bia, situated on the South-east corner of ?
unison and Plain strode, and bounded on
North by Plain afreet, and measuring thoi
2U8 foot, on tho East by an alloy-way,
measuring thoreon 100 feet, moro or leas,
tho South by-. and on tho Weat by R
ardaon atreet, moaauring thoreon 100 f
moro or less.
All that Squaro of Land in tho city of
lumbia,with the buildings thereon, contait
four (4) acroa, and bounded on tho Nortl
Oorvais street, East by Bull atreet, Sontl
Senate street, and West hy Marion ati
loviod on as tho proporty of James S. G
nani, at tho suit of Mary S. P. Gibbes el a
James S. Guigaard, Terms caah.
v May 18 mth P. P. FRAZEE, S. R.
Under order of Judge of Prob ?to.
In re John Agnew, Administrator of Richard
Allen.-Petition for Sale of Personal Pro?
IN pnrauanco of an order made by tho Hon.
William Hntaon Wigg, Judge of Probato
for Richland County, I will aell, on tho F1R8T
TUESDAY in Juno next, at the ?toro recently
occupied by Richard Allon, on the corner of
Richardson and Blanding streets, in tho city
of Columbia, within tho legal hours,
The entiro stock in trade of which Riohard
Allon, died, possessed. coDBisting of GRO?
CERIES, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Segara
and an assortment of Shelf Goods, such as aro
usually kopt in a Family Grocery.
Ono Horao and one Wagon and Harnosa.
Terms of salo cash. Purchaser to pay for
uoceasary papers and stamps.
May. 21 th m P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
I Sheriffs Sale.
BY vii-tun of Bundry writs ot fieri facias to
mo diroctod, I will sell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in June next, within tho legal hours,
tho following nroporty viz:
All that HOUSE and LOT, in the city of
Columbia, situate on Assembly Btreet, bound?
ed on tho North by M. H. Derry, East by
Thomas Davis, South by Davis' alley, and on
tho West by Assembly street,
A Tract of Land of Qvo hundred acres, more
or loss, in Richland County, bounded by the
lands of Wyrick F. Turnipaeed, J. Turnipseed
and tho Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
Ono Horse, one Ruggy and Harness, and tho
Houaehold Furniture of tho Defendant; levied
on as the property of Charles J. Bollin, at tho
euitof Mary Allen, el al^ vs. Charlea J. Rollin.
Terme cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
M ay 15_mth
Under order of Judye of Probate.
H. E. Scott, Executor, VB. James C. Kenneth
IN pursuance of an order made by tho Hon.
William Dutson Wigg, Judge of Probate
for Richland County, in the above stated case,
I will sell, on the lirat MONDAY in June next,
in front of tho Court House, in Columbia,
within tho legal hours, tho fellowing property,
of which the late Harman 0. NeufTor, died
All that LOT of LAND, in the city of Colum?
bia, containing about one-half acre; bounded
North by Pondleton street: Eaat by Mrs.
Yates' lot: Woat by Richardson street, and
South by lot belonging to the University of
AU that Tract of Land, in Riobland County,
situated on the Winnsboro Road, about ten
TD i 1 ot} from Columbia, containing four hun?
dred and forty (440) acres, moro or less; and
bounded on tho North by lands of Benjamin
Hodge; Eaat by lands, of Telford; South by
landa of Bligh, and Westby landa of Douglas.
23 Shares of Stock of the Columbia Gas
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papera._P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
FOR THE NEXT FOURTEEN DAYS wo
offer still GREATER BARGAINS. Tho
timo ia so noar when we muat commence work
on our building, and our stock being very
largo, we propose to sell at and BELOW NEW
Dreaa Goods, below New York coat.
Black and Colored Dress Silks, below New
Fancy Goods of every kind below Now York
Broad Cloths, Cassimerea and Veatiugs, be?
low New York coat.
Shawls, Summer Coverings and Laco Points
below New York cost.
Hosiery and Gloves at exactly New York cost.
Tablo Damasks, Napkins, Doylies and Tow?
els, at exactly New York coat.
Carpets, Matting, and Window Shades, at
exactly New York cost.
Long Clothe and Domc8tio!Gooda, at exactly
New York coot.
Linon and Cotton Sheetings, and Pillow
CaeingB, at exactly Now York cost.
AB we expect the rush for cheap gooda to be
oven greater than it has boen since we com?
menced soiling off, we advise all to bny early,
these being the final closing ont salea.
May 22_J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
Must be Sold!!
WE havo about $10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, more than we can realize on
thia Spring, and wo are anxious to
get rid of aomo of it, and will seU
VERY CHEAP for that purpose
Our stock is tho largest, in our
line, that has ever boon brought
to this city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Large lino of
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