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LONDON, March 27.-Hong Kong tele?
grams report the loss of the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company's steamer Herman. A
large number of Japanese were aboard,
who were drowned.
At an.early hour on Wednesday morning,
the English House of Commons passed tho
Irish Church bill to a second reading, by
tho triumphant majority of 118. The result
was received with immense enthusiasm.
The vote was 368 yeas, 250. nays. The
original majority of tho Liberal party, at
tho close of tho elections, was only Iii; os
386 Liberals had been returned, r.nd 272
Affairs In 'Watti In ?ton.
WASHINGTON, March 27.-In an audience
with a mixed delegation of Republicans and
Conservatives, Grant, yesterday, reiterated
his opposition to tho pending Mississippi
bill. It is said Grant favors a policy, re?
garding Mississippi, similar to that pro?
posed by the Committee of Nine for Vir?
ginia. Masterly inactivity, regarding Cu?
ban affairs, is the present policy here.
The indications are that the House will
adhere tb the absolute repeal of the tenure
of office Act. Neither House is in session
The (revolutionary envoy, Lomus, repre?
sents that the Cuban patriots have 25,000
men under arms, and would have many
more if they were able to provide arms.
General Ames has been appointed Com?
missioner of the Bureau for Mississippi,
and Reynolds for Texas.
CHARLESTON, March 27.-Arrived-sehr.
Magdalen, Stockton, Me. Sailed-steamer
Champion, New York; schooner Myrover,
New York; brig Marion, Barcelona.
A New Orleans paper says that United
States troops aro being rapidly concentrated
in Texas, on the Rio Grande border, and
additional barracks are being built. It is
thought that a movement on Mexico is con?
RICHMOND, March 27.-Gen. Stonoman
to-day issued an order removing Governor
Wells, and assuming the duties of tho office
himself. Mayor Burgess, of Petersburg,
was also removed.
BOSTON, March 27.-James D. Martin,
tho defaulting Cashier of tho Hide and
Leather Bank, pardoned by Mr. Johnson,
has been re-arrested on new charges, and
held in $30,000 bail.
HAVANA, March 27.-The regular steamer
Commandicaria, between Havana and Car?
denas, whioh left here on Tuesday, was cap?
tured by passengers, who left the lady pas?
sengers, the captain, and part of the crew,
at Rognes. The whereabouts of tho steamer
The report of a heavy battle on the road
between Remedios and Moron is untrue; it
was only a slight skirmish. The Confur
cock, with Hoff aboard, arrived to-day from
FINANCIAL, AND COMAIU11C1AL.
NEW YORK, March 27-Noon.-Stocks
dull and unsettled. Money sharp, at 7.
Sterling 8>?. Gold 81#. Flour firm, but
not very active. Pork steady, at 31.50.
Cotton quiet, at 28%@29.
7 P. M.-Cotton without decided change;
sales 10,000 bales, at 28%@29. Flour
low grades 5@10c. better. Wheat l@2c.
better. Corn heavy. Whiskey quiet, at
94)?. Lard a shade firmer. Pork steady,
at 31.50. Freights lower. Monoy very
stringent, at 7. Sterling 8@S>?. Gold 31.
State securities dull.
BALTIMORE, March 27.-Cotton dull, at
2$y.?. Flour firm and active. Wheat steady
and unchanged. Corn--white 80(3)81; yel?
low 84. Pork 32.50. Bacon aotive-shoul?
ders 14@15. Lard 20. Whiskey 94@95.
CINCINNATI, March 27.-Whiskey 91.
Pork held at 32.00, but no domand. Clear
sides held at 17>?; sugar-cured hams 18J.?
CHARLESTON. March .27.-Cotton active
and steady : ?ales 725 bales-middlings 27%;
AUGUSTA, March 27.-Cotton market
steady; sales 430 bales; receipts 150-mid?
SAVANNAH, March 27.-Cotton quiet and
firm, but quotations irregular-middlings
27^(?i28; sales 300 bales; receipts 374.
MOBILE, March 27.-Cotton market hard,
but active demand; sales 1,500 bales, in?
cluding 100 after tho close yesterday-low
middling 27; receipts 914.
NEW ORLEANS, March 27.-Sales of cot?
ton 4,500 bales; receipts 844; exports 8,000;
demand fair and low grades advanced %@
i?-middlings 28Gold 31%. Flour
? dull-superfine 5%; doublo 6; treble 6%.
Corn dull, at 75. Pork dull, at 32%. Ba?
con retailing at 14>^(2il7K- Sugar dull
common 12; prime 14. Molasses scarce
LONDON, March 27-3 P. M.-Bonds 83%.
LIVERPOOL, March 27-3 P. M.-No mar?
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT.-Tho Na?
tional Intelligencer, of Thursday, says:
"The action of Indiana, and the refusal
of Georgia to ratify, for which we have to
thank Governor Bollock and his Republican
friends in the Legislature, settle the fate of
tho fifteenth amendment. Its defeat now
is next to certain. We count against it
Oregon, Californio, Kentucky, Delaware,
Maryland, Ohio, New Jersey, Georgia and
ludtana-nino States. Ten aro sufficient to
defeat it, and Connecticut alone would end*
it. We observe that both Pennsylvania anxl
New York fail to ratify, and it would seem
that the Republican members of tho Legis?
latures of theso Statos cannot be got up to
the mark. This issue will enter into nil
tho autumnal elections, and tho issuo will
hn disastrous to the Republicans, beyond
No Suszfamfe& b?^lrW Hii^?oRP?B.
"We'are pleased to soe ?bat the joint resolu?
tion introduced into the House by one
Webb, of Georgetown, for the suspension
of the habeas corpus in the Comities of
j Laurens, Abbeville, Newberry and Edge
field, after being favorably reported upon
by the Committee on the Judiciary, has
been indefinitely postponed. To ono who
is familiar with tho condition of things in
thoso Districts, it is a matter of surpriso
that such a resolution received any consi-1
deration at all. Suspend the writ of habeas
corpus! the great safe-guard of personal
liberty, which is so jealously guarded by
the vigilance of the English law! What
great exigency called for so extreme n mea?
sure? Certainly none of those which are
contemplated by Section 17, Article I, of
the new Constitution, which directs that
tho privilege of the writ of habeas corpus
shall not be suspended except when in case
OJ* "insurrection, rebellion or invasion, the
public safety may require it." If there be
"insnrrectiou, rebellion or invasion" in th?
Counties of Laurens, Abbeville. Nowborry
or Edgefield, it will certainly bo news to
our people. They were never more quiet
or orderly.-Abbeville Press.
MURDEH.-On Tuesday, 23d iustant, nu
atrocious murder was committed on the
plantation of Mr. John Simonton, about
ten miles from Winnsboro, by Crecie So
nior upon Caroline Simonton, (both
colored.) It seems thero arose a difficulty
between Crecie and a daughter of Caroline,
about some children under Creole's charge,
when Caroline went to assist her daughter
in whipping Crecie; whereupon Creci?
seized a rock and inflicted such wounds
Hpon Caroline as to cause her death. Cre?
cie has been arrested and safely lodged iu
tho County jail.- Winnsboro News.
HOMICIDE.-Henry McCoy (colored) was
shot through tho head and instantly killed,
on Monday night last, in bis house, on the
plantation of Mr. Thomas Owens, in the
Eastern section of this County. From
what wo hear, it is a case of jealousy-a
lady in the case-a colored Flora. Martin
East (colored) is suspected as tho murderer,
and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Drop in at the Carolina House,
ON Washington Btreet, near Main, and sample,
tho compounds dispensed there -fronu.no
liquors; no fusel oil or damaging mixtures,
"seeing in believing," but tastinp, ia the gonuine
test. lt. BARRY, Propnotor.
I have opened, and ready
for inspection, ray NEW
STOCK OF GOODS. All aro
invited to como and examino g
thom, but more cspocially?lKL_
tho ladies, au 1 have a large and varied
Laesortmeut of JEWELRY to suit the
Among thc other many attractions, is a case of
CLOCKS, just from Massachusotta, which will bo
disponed of at tho low pricea of $'2.50 oach.
MRS. C. E. REED will open, on
Wednesday next, March SI, for in
bpoction, tho finest assortment of
I ronch, English and American La?
dies' HATS. BONNETS, FLOWERS
AND RIBBONS, Ac, tho best and
cheapest ever offered .o tho Ladies
of Columbia and the surrounding
In tho several cased of Ladies', Misses' and
Boys' HATS ANO CAPS, from 25 rents up. Hair
Braids, Waterfalls, Curls, Switchoa, Coils, Rats,
Ac. Country Merchants will find it to their ad
vantago to give mo a call, and see for themselves.
Frosh arrivals every day. Hats, Bonnets, Ac, by
tho caso or dozen, will bo sold very low.
Bridal Wreaths and Voila of every description.
Having firafclasB Millinery, we aro prepared
to exocuto all orders with neatness and despatch.
Main Strcot, Columbia, opposite Hopson & Sut
phen's. March 28 'Imo
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS BENEFIT
Life -Insurance Company, of New York.
ALL THE riiOFITS TO POLICY HOLDERS.
NO nKaTmorioN uros TBAVEL on RESIDENCE.
POLICIES issued upod all modern and approved
plans of insurance, including children's en?
DIVIDENDS ANNUALLY TO POLICY HOLDERS.
President-CHABLIS H. RAYMOND.
Socretary-Robort A. Orannis.
Consulting Actuary-Sheppard Homans.
Medical Examiner-Gustavus S. Winston, M.D.
Consulting Physician- Minturn Post, M.D.
Counsol-William Botts, LL.D.
BoAnn OF TRUSTEES-Lucius Robinson, William
V. Brady, J. V. L. Pruyn, S. B. Chittendon, Lovi
P. Stone, I. Green Pearson, Martin Bates, William
Betta, LL.D., John Wadsworth, Alfrod Edwards,
John lt. Ford, Oliver Uarriman, Soymour L.
Hosted, Sheppard Homans, Charles C. Littlo. F.
Hatchford Starr, Harvey B. Morrell, Samuel E.
Sproulls, Richard A. McCurdy, William H. Pop?
ham, David Hoadloy, Henry A. Smytho, Charlos
H. Welling, Alonzo Child, Clinton L. Merriam,
Samuel W. Babcock, Ezra Wheeler, William M.
Vermilvo, Charles H. Raymond, J. fl. Van Aut
worp, Theo. W. Morris.
GREGG, PALMER A CO.,
Gcnoral Agonts for South Carolina.
lt. W. Gibbes, Medical Examiner.
BLACKFORD A BKSKE, Managors Southern States,
Baltimoro, Maryland. March 28
Corn at $1.25 per Bushel.
1r\f\f\ BUSHELS Primo CORN, at $1.25
?\J\J\_J per Bushel at retail, and to order
at very reduces prices, by car-load. For salo by
March IC _J. ttT. R. AGNEW.
Buggy or Work Horses.
^ ANY ONE that wants to purchase TWO
?Anis- SINOLE HARNESS HORSES, can do so
JfW|hy applying to W. D. PECK,
.M ?1 March 25 At Blakeley A Gibbca St oro.
Flour has Declined!
COUNTRY FLOUR $5.50 to $5.75 per bag,
Western Flour $3.75 to $7 00 "
March C FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
' 'y -.??.iii) jiuiiiiinuJH " >~<-? ?1 ? ?
I T, K. Sasportas, Repr?sentative from this
County in the General Assombly, has boon
appointed postmaster at this place. This
is, We believe, thc first Federal appointment
of a colored man to office in the State.
Lazaros Hirsoh, sexton of the Eden Street
Synagogue, in Baltimore, committed sui?
cide, on Thursday last.
Dr. A. G. Mackey has been watched and
ohained by the officials of thc Charleston
The mortality in Charleston, during 1868,
was 1,208-390 whites, and 818 colored.
The late snow sturm in Nova Scotia was
followed by heavy rains, which caused great
destruction of property.
I Will Teach Young Gentlemen,
WHO wish to pursue a Special Course in tho
Classics, or to prepare themselves for en?
trance into Collogea or Universities.
WM. J. HIVERS,
March 27 2? _At tho University.
W. H. Stack's Pure Corn Whiskey.
ALWAYS on hand aud for sale, by tho Agents
for the Distiller,
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER,
CAUTION.-The subscriber regrets to learn that
an inferior article of Whiskey has boen offered
and sold as his, and in order to protect consumers
as well as his own reputation, requests buyers to
bo caroful and eeo that they procure what they
His Whiskey can be found only at the Agencies
as above, or at the Distillery.
W. H. STACK.
March 266_Ttlchland Connty, S. C._
Light?. Light!! Light!!!
SAFETY and Economy combined, bv using tho
CRESCENT GAS GENERATOR 'and CRES?
CENT OIL. This Oil is non-explosive and gives
a brilliant light, without the use of lamp-chim?
neys, or the trouble of cleaning them. Keroseno
Lamps altered to uso tho Crescent Oil and Gas
Generator, at a trifling expenso. For further in?
formation and a supply of Crescent Oil and Oas
Generator, apply to _ J. A T.li. AGNEW.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE,
Ordern for purchaso of Merchandize,
SbipiuenU of Cotton, and GENERAL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, solicited bv
MARK E. COOPER. Main street.
Rest references given. March 21 Hmo
Piano ior Sale.
A second-hand PIANO FORTE, Ti
EE^ffcrH Oct aves, by a first-class maker, can
ff X X X fbo bonght at a bargain. It is a supe?
rior instrument and in perfect order. Can be seen
at the residence of tho subscriber, "Steward's
Hall." WM. H. ORCHARD.
March 23 G*
JUST RECEIVED, another consign
?mont of tho Valley of Virginia FLOUR.
And in the lot, a few Barrels of the cele?
brated "Stonewall" Mills -tho very REST
Family FLOUR in this market.
March 25 3* GEO. W. PARKER, Agent.
C F. JACKSON'S
Largo and Choice Stock of
Spring Dress Goods!
ETHER with MUSLINS and PRINTS, now
opened and ready for sale, at low prices.
A Splendid Stock or RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS,
Buttons, Laco Collars, Veils, Gloves, Tics, Fans
and Hosiery. March 21
STE OTA LT IE S
Ra C. SHIVER'S.
WE keep from this time forward, "CheHy's
French Kid Gloves," the best Glove im?
THOMPSON'S Glove Fitting Corset, "the
greatest favorite with tho Ladies."
ALL of Thompson's and Bradley's popular styles
of Hoop Skirts.
THE handsomest lino of imported DRESS
GOODS ever offered to Columbia buyers-so con?
ceded by all who have seen them.
A most elegant collection of Silk Coverings,
White, Llama, Laco Points and Black, French
Laco Points, Shotland and Bergo Shawls, &e.
THE best line of Domestic Goods wo have ever
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PLEASE remember that wo guarantee every?
thing we sell in price and quality, that is, we hold
ourselves responsible and bound to sell as cheap
as any houso South, and are anxious for a large
trade. K. C. SHIVER.
March 21 _
New Orleans Syrup.
5BBLS. Choice New Orleans SYRUP, for salo
by E. tc G. D. HOPE.
CITY COUPONS, receivablo for City Taxes, for
Great Combination-Work and Speed.
BY request of many owners of tho best
Stock, tho eeloberatod Messenger Stal?
lion "DANVILLE," will soason in Rich?
land County, this spring, viz : At tho
Livery Stables, formerly owned by William Hitch?
cock, on tho 4th, 5th and 6th of March, and at Mr.
W. H. Dowdy's, on the Woodward Plantation, in
tho Fork, on tho 9th, 10th and 11th of March, and
alternately at the above places ovory nine days.
Terms reasonable. For particulars, apply at the
above places. March 2 Imo
Cast Iron Wanted.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTU CAROLINA R. H. SHOPS,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., March 16,1869.
TniS Company will pay $1 per 100 pounds, for
old CAST IRON, delivered In lots of 100 lbs.
or more, at their Workshops in Columbia, or to
its agent s along the line of road.
March 17 timo T. D. KLINE, M. M.
B8EB Variety Sale to Close Consignments. j
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, at 10
o'clock, to cloao consignments, I will acU? at my
Primo Bacon Hams, Stripe and Bellies,
Extra Lard, Soap, Candles,
Canned Tomatoes, extra Sardines,
Cheese. Baltimore Flour,
XXX Sn ncr mr Family ? lour,
Choico Corn Whiskoy, Cordial*,
Raisins, 8egars in variety, &c., Ac.
Boots, Shoes, Bootees. Handkerchiefs,
White Cotton Hose, Gloves, Envelopes,
Cutlory, Ac, Ac.
Sundry Articles of Furniture. March 28
In tho District Court of tho United States, for tho
District of South Carolina.-lu tho matter of
Glenn D. Peake, in Bankruptcy.
BY virtuo of an order from W. J. dawson,
Esq., Register in Bankruptcy, I will sell, at
public outcry, to the highest bumer, for cash, at
Union Court Houso, on SATURDAY, APRIL 24,
1869, all the right, tillo and intercut to which tho
said Bankrupt was entitled at tho dato of fding
his petition tn Bankruptcy, in tho following tracts
and pare?la of land, to wit:
Ono tract of LAND in Richland County, eon tu Hi?
ing 730 acres, moro or less, adjoining lands of
John Froat'and estate of Captain Rookier. Said
land was purchased from William Douglas, by G.
W. Peake and Bankrupt, about fifteen years ago.
Ono tract of Land in Spartanburg County, con?
taining 17? acres, moro or leas, adjoining lauds or
Wood and Norris, Hammett and others.
Sold for tho bcnotlt of tho creditors of tho said
TERMS OF SALE-Cash in United Statos cur?
rency. CHARLES BOLT, Assignee
Richland County-In Equity.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Janies U. Adams vs. John Klcckley. - Decree for
UNDER decree of circuit Courts, sitting in
Equity, in tho above stated cane, will bc
sold, on tho FIRST MONDAY in April next,
before tho Court House, in Columbia, between
tho hours of ll A. M. and 3 P. M.:
All that lot of LAND situate near the city ol
Columbia, in the County of Riehland, ou thc
Camden Road-butting and bounding to th?
North on tho Camden Rjad; East on lands of Dr
John Wallace; South and Wost on lands of thc
Estato of Robert Latta; containing FOUR ACRES
more or les.
All that PLANTATION, or tract o? LAND situ
atc in the County and State aforesaid, on thc
Rice Creek Spring Road, near tho city of Colum
bia, butting and bounding to tho North on lamb
belonging to Mrs. Gibbes; to the Weht on lamb
of Mrs. Dent, lands formerly of Andrew Wallace
and lands of Alexander Smith; and to the Soutl
ou lands of Mrs. Smith, and James U. Adams
and containing 300 acres, more or loss, on tie
following terms, viz: For so much cash as shal
bo sufliciont to pay tho principal and intoros
which shall then bo due, together with tho cost
and exponaos of tho suit; thc balance on a ci edi
of ono, two, throe aud four years, to bo socurci
by bonds bearing interest from thc day of sale, ti
bo paid annually, mortgages of tho property, th
buildings to be insured and kept insured, and th
policies of insurance assigned. Purchaser topa
for stamps and papers.
March ll in th I). B. MILLER. C. C. P.
Richland County-In Equity.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Edward Kinsler aud Henry O. Kinslor, Executor
of Johu J. Kinslor, vs. Amelia B. Kinsler, Mar
A. Holmes, et al.
UNDER decrco of the Circuit Court, sitting i
Eqnitv in thc above stated caso, will he sol
on the FIRST MONDAY in April noxt, before th
Court Houso in Columbia, between tho hours ?
ll A. M. and 3 P. M., tho following Tracts i
Land, to wit:
No. 1. Four acres of LAND, in tho city of C(
lumbia; bounded by Richland, Gist, Laurel an
No. 2. A Tract of Land, in Lexington Count
containing 121M acres; bounded North by Cong
roo Creek; Eas't by Joyner's land; South by lar
of patato J.J. Kinsler, and West by Mrs. Elmore
No. 3. A Tract of Land, in Lexington Count
known as tho "Neace Tract," containing 23:
acres; bounded North by lands of Roof; East 1
lands of A. Hook and estato of Kinsler; South 1
lands of Kinsler's, and West by land not know
No. 4. A Tract of Land, in Lexington Count
known as tho "Haugabook Swamp Tract, co
tainiug 52l acres; bounded North by Butloi
land; East ny Congaree River; South by R. Jo
ner'a land, a?ul Wost by Geiger.
No. 5. A Tract of Land, in Lexington Count
known as tho "Percival Lands," containing 22
acres; bounded North by lands of General Hon
Arthur; East by Con garee River; South 1
Goiter's land, and West by land of Joyner.
No. G. The Tract of Land, in Lexington Count
known as tho "Maverick Lauds," situate imm
diatoly opposito and insight of thc city of Cohn
bia, bounded by lands of Guignard and othei
containing about 1,200 acres, tho exact numbor
acres not known, but survey will bo complet
and quantity made known on day of salo, and tl
tract sub-divided to suit purchasers.
No. 7. The right and intcreat of the lato Jo]
J. Kinsler (hoing tho lifo catate of P. Bofill)
tho Tract of Land, in Richlaud County, known
"Palmyra," situated near Barhamvi?le, couta:
ing - acres.
Plats of all thc above property can bo seen
the oftico of tho undersigned.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-fifth cash, and the balar
upon a credit of one, two and three years; i
cured by bond and niortgago of the preiiih
?old. Purchasora to pay for stamps and pape
March 14 mtb D. B. MILLER. C. C^P
Under order of Judge of Probato.-Silas G. G
son, by his next friend, ts. Henry B. Gibson,
al.-Summons in Partition.
IN pursuanco of an order made by William IL
son Wigg, Judgo of Probato for Ku hla
Countv, directed to mo, I will soil, on tho FIR
MONDAY in April next, in front of tho Co
House, in Columbia, within tho legal hours:
All that HO''SE and LOT in tho city of Colt
bia, hounded on tho North by tho rosidonco of I
late John H. Poarson, decoaBed; East and Soi
by lands of John W. Parker, and V est by Mar
street; containing one-third of a- -ero, more
leas, being tho houso and lot of which the lat?
J. Gibson diod possessed.
TERMS OF SALE.-Cash enough to pay taxes r
due and expenses of these proceeding's, and t'
fiftliB of the bid; tho balance in ono, two and th
years, secured by bond and mortgage of tho j
mises. Purchaser to keep premises insured i
assign tho policy to tho Judge of Probaio, ano
pay for stamps and papers.
Tho above described propertv will be ro-s(
by order of William Hutson Wigg, Judge of P
bate, at tho risk of N. E. Edwarde, tho fort
purchaser. Ho having faded to comply with ter
All tho right, titlo and interest of tho defend
in the Plantation known aa "Stoney Hill," in Ri
land County, aituatod on tho waters of "To
Crcok," boundod by tho lauds of John Bates,
coasoil, tho Bluff road and lands of Absalom J
nor; levied on as tho property of H. W. Adams
tho suit of Robert N. Lewis rs. H. W. Adams.
March l t mth P. P. ERAZEE, 8. It. (
Valuable Real S?tale al Auction.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTA) & SON.
BY direction of tho Assignee of Evana A Cogs?
well, wo will offer for sale, at public, auction, on
MONDAY, April 5,18(39, at 10 o'clock, in front of
the Court House, in the citv of Columbia :
AU that PLANTATION or tract of LAND, aitu
atod in Richland County, near tho city of Colum?
bia, containing 11C aores, more or less, and
bounded on tho North-west by lands now or late
of Major Thomas Davis; on the North-east by
lands now or lato of N. Ramsny; on tho South?
east by lands now or late of -Barah. and on
thc South-west by lands now or late of Samuel G.
Henry; (as by a plat of said land made and certi?
fied by G. T. Mason. D. S., September 26, 1863,
will more fully appear.)
Tutus or SALE-Ono-Lalf cash; balanco on a
credit of one and two years, secured by a bond of
purchaser bearing intcrout at tho rate of seven
per cent, per annum from the day of salo, paya?
ble annually, and mortgage of promises. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers ami st amps. March 13
BY virtue of sundry writs of tieri facias, to mo
directed, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY in
April next, in front of the Court House, in Co?
lumbia, within tho legal hours, the following
All that Plantation or tract of LAND, known as
"Hickory Hill," in Richland County, containing
seven hundred and twclvo (712) acres, more or
less, and bounded as follows: on tho North by
lands of estate of W. R. Singleton, formerly of
Robert Weston and Richard Singlotou; East by
lands of tho estate of W. R. Singleton and John
Noal; South by landa of Gilbert Garner and the
estate of Lowellen Woodward, formerly of George
Rawlinson, and Wost by lands of Absalom Joy?
ner, lands formerly of Jobn Williams, and also,
by Griffin's Creek, separating it from Absalom
Joyner's land; leviod on as tho property of Thos.
B. Clarkson, at tho Buit of Florian O. May vs.
Thomas B. Clarkson. Terms cash.
March 14 rath _ P. F^FRAZEE,_ 8. R. C.
Richland County-In Equity.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Franklin II. Elmoro and Albert R. Elmore, Admi?
nistrators, vs. Grace B. Elmoro, et aL-rllilifor
sale of Personal Estate, tfcc.|
PURSUANT to order of the Circuit Court, sit?
ting in Equity, in tho above stated cases, will
be sold, on tho FIRST MONDAY in APRIL next,
beforo tho Court House, in Columbia, between the
hours of ll A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M., sixteen
shares in thc Capital Stock of tho South Carolina
Railroad Company, dated 3d of ?March, 1863, No.
542. Also, iiftoon shares in the Capital Stock of
the South-western Railroad Bank, inseperably
connected with tho same number of shares in the
South Carolina Railroad Company, dated 3d
March, 1863, No. 4,001.
On tho Tuesday following, at ll o'clock A. M.,
will bo sold, at tho "Elmoro House," in Taylor's
Lane, tho following personal property, to wit:
1 Side Board, 1 Sofa, 1 Dining Table. 10 Cane
Chairs, 2 Cane Rocking Chairs, 1 Marblo Centre
Table, ll Mahogany Chairs. 2 Arm Chairs, 1 Hat
Rack, 1 Marblo Centre Table, 1 Sofa, 12 Walnut
Chairs, 1 Oil Painting, 2 Small Marble Stands, 1
Side Board, 1 Velvet Rocking Chair, 1 Br?ssel'?
Carpet, 2 Matreases, Several Pine Tables, 2 Rags,
3 Pots, 1 Common Carpet, Several Pine Bedsteads,
2 Wash-stands, 2 Pino Pressea, Lot Oak Bottom
chairs, 1 Large Easy Chair, Lot Crockery and
Cooking Utensels, 1 Carriage.
Terms Cash, in United States currency.
March 21 m_D. B MILLER, C. C. P.
Richland County-In Equity.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Benjamin M. Loo vs. A. M. Hunt.-Decrece for
UNDER decree of the Circuit Court, sitting in
Equity, iu the above stated caso, will be
sold, on the FIRST MONDAY in April next, be?
fore tho Court House, in Columbia, netween the
hours ot ll A. M. and 3 P. M., in three parcels:
All that lot of LAND, situate in the city of Co?
lumbia, in tho County and Stato aforesaid, on the
corner of Gervais and Gates streets, butting and
bounding towards thc North, on lands formerly
of Frances Edgar: East on lands formerly of
Margaret McDowell; South on Gervais street, and
West on Gates street; containing one aero, more
or less, on tho following terms, viz: So much cash
as ahall bo sufficient to pay tho principal and in?
terest which shall bo then due, together with the
costs and expenses of tho suit; tho balance on a
credit of one, two and three yeara; to bo Becured
hy bonds and mortgages of tho property. Pur?
chasers to pav for stamps and papors.
March 14 m'th D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
New Goods! New Goods!
Spring and Summer,
JJ CLOTHING. g|
jgf HATS. JP$
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
?yr^TE ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST AND
beat acloctcd stock of the above gooda over
brought to thia city, bought low for cash, and
will bc sold at a small advance.
In CLOTHING, we have everything from planta?
tion wear to fino French Cassimcre-all oqually
wi ll made.
In HATS, all the now Spring styles, Alpine, Ve?
locipede, General Prim, and now atyle Silk Hats,
Country dealers would do woll to examine out
dock before going further.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
THORBURNS SEEDS-full assortment. Theso
eoods havo boen for noarly a century beforo
Ibo public, and rcquiro commendation from no
mo For sale by GEO. SYMMERS.