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continue, and new out breaks are appre?
HAVANA, April 1.-Two volunteers, con?
victed of excesses on Sunday, has been sen?
t enc ed to exile und imprison me nt.
Affaira In Washington.
WASHINGTON. April 1.-During the morn?
ing hour, the House was engaged ou Mis?
sissippi reconstruction. The committee fa?
vored Huller's bill. The Democrats appre?
hend thut it imposes humiliating conditions.
The Texas elections and Northern contests
were considered. The removal of disabili?
ties is more muddled than ever, and unless
Butler's bill is passed, there will probably
be no action this session. The Senate bill
requiring applications for relief of disabili?
ties to petition and swear to reasons for the
application, passed. Sumner introduced a
joint resolution, postponing the election in
The House Committee on Foreign Affaire
unanimously agreed to the following report
That the people of the United States dc
hereby deolnre their sympathy with th<
people of the Island of Cuba in their pu
triotio efforts to secure independence, and
establish a republican form of government
-guaranteeing personal liberty and equa
political rights of all people-and tba
Congress will give its Constitutional suppor
to the President of the United State
whenever he may deom it expedient to re
cognize the independence and sovereignty
of such Republican Government.
The consideration of tho Mississippi bil
wns resumed, when a long and acrimoni
ous debate ensued, after which the bill wa
postponed to December , next by a vote c
103 to 62. Adjourned.
General Stoneman has been relieved fror
the command of Virginia, and ordered t
The Texan and Georgia delegation
visited tho President to-day. Reporter
were exoluded. A member of the Georgi
delegation (radical) says tho President, r<
spending to Attorney-General Farrow, (
Georgia, said that he thought Congrei
would take some notion regarding Georg:
before adjournment, and that he liimsc
favored restoring the negroes to thoir seat
It ia stated that the Mexican mission hi
been tendered to General Sickles.
NBW YORK, April 1.-The Herald's speci
from Key West asserts positively thut tl
Peruvian monitors are in the interest
tho Cuban revolutionists. The voluntec
at Cabarie n seiged Rappal Fi clero at
Francisco Jeminez, as they landed from tl
steamer Jeff. Davis, and shot them; tl
captain and crow were imprisoned. T\
steamers and two schooners have land
mon and arms at Cape Maise. It is also su
that the steamer Cricket t nnd two schoon*
have landed expeditions on tho Nort
Mayor Hall has issued tho following c
cular of warning against gift enterpr
swindles originating in this city:
"I beg to oautiou strangers agaiust N
York circulars and prospectuses of ticke
shares and chances in oo-operative unio
or gift enterprises or dollar stores, or in a
other possible scheme whereby property
the value promised is greater than the pr
asked to bo paid. Every such advert?s
scheme is necessarily a swindle and fa
pretence. There do not and cannot pos
bly exist any such schemes in this ci
Country newspapers which advertise th
simply aid the swindle. If all the news
pars in the Union would now make a po
of publishing and reiterating this inforc
tion they would charitably, and I thi
effectively counteract the swindling int
tions of those who use tho mails for fe
pretences, and will also save the un wi
hundreds of thousands of dollars."
CHARIIESTON, April 1.-Arrived-schoo
Damon, Boston. Sailed-schooner J.
Cataract, it is announced, has been cu
by a Frenoh physician without an op<
tion. The new process is to apply to
diseased eye a phosphurotted eye-wa
which gradually restores the transparei
of the crystaline lens from circumferenci
the centre, which is tho last to yield. <
fluid .ounce of oil of sweet almonds an
grain and tt half of phosphorus aro dissol
in a water bath of 176 degrees Fahronh
in a full and closed vessel. A fluid drac
of the solution should be dropped betw
the eye-lids three or four times a day,
several months, or until tho cure is e
CATS AND THE SMALL-POX.-Acorrespc
ont of a San Francisco paper Las stat '.od
theory that tho spread of tho smaii-pc
attributable to tho presence of cats,
has made a careful investigation, and di
vored that where cats are there alway
or hos boon, tho loathsome disease;
that, on the other hand, it has avoided
less premises. He proposes a gen
slaughter of.the innocents.
Victor Emanuel, some years ago,
inisod to endow twenty poor girls of Nu
with $600 each on their marriage,
marriages took place, but the monoy
not forth-coming, and now, after the li
of nine years, tho husbands aro brini
suits agaiust the King fer the money w
ho otves them.
A WARNING TO CURAN ADVENTURE:
The Captr.ri-Goneral of Cuba ofllcialb
clares that hereafter all vessels cap turi
Spanish waters, with men, arms and
nihon cf war on board, will be treat
A tamed raven, by giving a timely al
recently prevented the burning of the
of Point Anthon, France.
day about-W0}fyXk*Z^^&;26??. T 1
"i NEW YORK, April I-Noon.-Honey'
active,- at. 7-^qld. ^?eMnfeo %3<.;sPj#1
Fleer dull end declining/- swheat
dell and l(o?2c. lower. Lard doll-barrels j
1S%@18%. Cotton lower-middling up- j
lands '283??29. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Cotton >?c. lower, with sales of
2,100 balee, at 28&. Flour declining.
Corn lc. lower. PorK Lard quiet
kettl? 19 to 19>a- Whiskey nominal and
quiet Bagar heavy. Coffee dull. Molasses ;
?rm. Gold 31^?. Money strong.
BALTIMORE, April 1.-Cotton quiet, at j
28. Flour, small business done. Wheat
firm. Oats dull, at 60(7^65. Pork firm.
Bacon quiet. Whiskey dull.
CINCINNATI, April 1.-Whiskey un- !
changed. Provisions quiet. Lard 18.
NEW ORLEANS, April 1.-Cotton nominal
and unsettled-middliugs 28'?; sales 800
bales; receipts 1,332. Gold 32? &. Flour
drooping-superfine 5.50; double COG; tre?
ble 6.25. Oom firmer. Pork dull, at
33.00. Bacon firm. Lard dull-tierce 18,^.
Sugar dull-common ll; prime 14. Whis
koy dull-Weiteru rectified 82,.?@87??.
Coffoe unchanged and firm.
MOBILE, April 1.-Cotton quit; sales 800
bales-low middling 27; receipts 45P.
CHARLESTON, April 1.-Cotton dull and
nominal; sales 300 bales-middlings 28.
AUGUSTA, April 1.-Cotton market dull
aud lower; sales 116 bales; receipts 235
SAVANNAH, April 1.-Cotton dull; sales
457 bales-middlings nomiuallv. 28; re?
LONDON, April 1-3 P. M.-Consols 93.
The Bank of England bas advanced its
rate of discount 3 to 4 per cent.
LIVERPOOL, ..April 1-3 P. M.-Cotton
opened quiet tbiB morning-with uplands
at 12^; Orleans 12^'8; but at'this houris
flat, ivnd uplands quoted at 1214'; Orleans
LIVERPOOL, April 1-Evening.-Cotton
closed dull-uplands 12%; Orleans 12v8';
sales 8,000 bales.
Late advices have been received from
China. Somo Catholic priests, who had
reached Hong Kong from the North of
China, report a largo force of Mohutnme
dau rebels on the road to Pekin. The fall
of the Celestial Empire within a year is
predicted by these priests. At Foo Chow
placards had beeu postwd about tho streets
calling upon the natives to rise and exter?
minate all foreigners. A British gunboat
was summoned to protect tho foreigners.
In retaliation for outrages committed by
natives ou tho crow of the British gunboat
Cockchafer, a fleet of gunboats had de?
stroyed two small villages near Swatow.
THE LAST CASE OP ANNEXATION.-We are
likely, if we are ambitious of empire, to
get everybody's unsuccessful revolution ou
our hands. Cuba und Huyti both are
auxious for us to take thom with their war
burthens, and now we observe that Presi?
dent Lopez desires to cede Paraguay to tho
United States. Would not Peru and Greeco
also like to come under the "great rag?"
Great dissatisfaction is said to exist
among the Indiuns on the Upper Missouri
reservation, ut the manner in which the
reservation is managed. Even Spotttod
Tail is complaining, and a general out?
break is predicted. The Indians in Utah
are preparing for a general raid on stock
when the spring comes.
Tho Secretary of State haB received a copy
of a recent decree of the Portuguese Go?
vernment, which declares that the obliga?
tions of freedom reserved by previous de?
crees, abolishing slavery in the dominions of
that kiugdom, are to terminate, entirely on
and after the 29th of April, 1878.
"Tm.s BLARSTED COUNTRY."-A gentle?
man from the rural districts had his car?
riage struck by a rock from a blasting near
tho Central Park. He quietly remarked
that he had heard Englishmen talk about
this "blarsted couutry," but he never
realized it was one before.
Mr. Samuel Miller, of Lynchburg, Va.,
reputed to be the wealthiest man in Vir?
ginia, died last week. He was worth
83,000,000, which ho acquired mainly by
speculations in tobacco.
A CRUSHING IDEA.-The Louisvillo Cou?
rier-Journal, commenting upon the remark
that the mantle of Thad. Stevens had fallon
upon Ben. Butler, wishes it had been
A young man named Pino shot a Miss
Howard, in Boston, yesterday, inflicting a
wound supposed to be mortal, and imme?
diately blew out his brains. Rejected love
is supposed to have been the causo. Both
were respectably connected.
Frank Pierce's Cabinet was thc ouly one
in tho history of tho United States thut re?
mained unbroken from the beginning to tho
end of the administration.
The State of Iowa may be regarded as in
au excellent financial condition. It does
notowo a cont, and has a surplus of $639,
0C0 on hand.
The colored people are going to start a
paper in Washington, under the manage?
ment of Fred. Douglass, Georgo T. Down?
ing, and other influential colored meo.
It is stated that for 100 consulates within
tho gift of the Government, there aro 1,000
military and 3,000 civilian applicants.
Easley's bridgo, over Saluda River, was
carried off duriug the recent heavy rains.
Ripe strawberries, und green peas, grown
in the open air, have appeared in Charleston.
Everybody complains of his gas bill, and
yet it is light expense.
News from Utah goes uuder tho hoad of
The big circus "posters' and other play
i bills of America are unknown iu Europe.
WM. ROACH A CO., of CharloHton, 8. C., have
regular Linen o? Hailing PACKETS, to ami
from New York and Boston; and also send vessels
to liverpool, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other
porta. Their regular Packets aro despatched
weekly from New York and Boston. The advan?
tage H they offer aro, that their rates of freight are
MUCH ?BM than thoao of steamers, and thoy ac?
commodate themselves to shippers. Insuranco is
effected hy their Lines at very low ratoa. For fur?
ther particulars, apply to
WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
East Bay and Adgcr's Wharf,
ApriI2?lmo Charleston. 8. C.
AYERS S AR S A P ARILL A,
FUR PURIFYING* THE ll I, O o I>.
THE reputation this ex
I collent medicino enjoys, is
j? >? A derived from its cures,
/ri t-S^jj? many of which aru truly
?r ^^SJSJSBW marvellous. Inveterate
Vf inj cases of Scrofulous disease,
^gf '\. im where the system seemed
M?n?^k t iW saturated with corruption,
^ffiy ff) have been purified a n cl
^^Ljj^^bv cured by it. Scrofulous af
^.JdMBjtj?HBX'' motions and disorders,
.'.s?^aBM^^a^^???l which were aggrav?ted hy
tho scrofulous contamination until they were pain?
fully afflicting, have been radically cured in such
croat numbers in almost every section of the
country, that the public scarcely need to be in?
former! of RB virtues or uses.
Scrofulous poison is ono of the moat destructivo
.momies of our race. Often, this uusoon ?iud un?
felt tenant of tho organism, undermines too con?
stitution, and invites the attack of enfeebling cr
fatal diseases, without exciting a suspicion of ita
presence. Again, it soeni? to breed iuf?otlo?
throughout the body, and then, ou Homo favorable
occasion, rapidly develop into one or othor or its
hideous forms, either on tho snrface or among
tho vitals. In the latter, tubercles may be sud?
denly deposited in the langs or heart, or tumors
formed in the liver, or it shows its presenco by
eruption-* nu the skin, or foul ulcerations on some
part of tho body. Heneo, thc occasional uso of a
bottle of this SARSAPARILLA is advisable, even
when no activo symptoms of disease appear.' Per?
sons afflicted with thc following complaints, geuo
rallv find immediate relief, and, at length, cure,
by the uso of this SA RS AP AR ILLA: St. Antho?
ny's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Sal' Rheum
Scald Read, Ringworm, Sore Ryes, Sure Kars
and other eruptions or visible forms of Scrofulom
disease. Also, in the nioro concealed forms, ai
Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilepsy
Neuralgia, and tho various Ulcerous affections o
thc muscular and nervous systems.
Syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases art
cured by it, though a long time is required foi
subduing those obstinate maladies by any modi
cine. But long continued uso of this medicim
will cure the complaint. Leucorrhaa or Whites
Uterine Ulcerations, and Female Diseases, ar
commonly soon relieved and ultimately cured b;
its purifying and invigorating effoet. Minute di
reetions in each case aro found in our Almanac
supplied gratis. Rheumatism and trout, whoi
caused by accumulations of extraneous matter
in the blood, yield quickly toit, as als?) Liver Com
plaints. Torpidity, Cotigestion or Inflammation C
tho Liver, and Jaundice, when arising, as the
ofton do, from the rankling poisons in the blood
Thia SARSAPARILLA is a great restorer fo
tho strength and vigor of the system. Those wh
are Langitiil and Listless. Despondent, Sleepiest
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions c
Fears, or any of the affections symptomatic <
Weakness, will find immediate relief aud convint
ing evidence of its restorative power npofl trial.
PREPARER ll Y
Or. J. C. AV Ult, ?v CO., Lowell, Muss.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
April 2 ."imo
In Equity-Richland County.
James R. Pringle vs. Thomas B. Clarkson, et al.
Rill for Injunction, Foreclosure and General Ii
IT appearing that Lemuel C. Clarko and Carolii
B. Clarke, his wife. Poter Bryce and Ellen 1
Bryce, his wife, defendants to the within hill, r
sido without tho limits of this State, it is, on m
tion of Talley, Bachman A Watioa, solicitors f
complainants: Ordered, That tho said defendan
do plead, answer or demur to tho above stat?,
bill within FORTY DAYS from the publicat?
horeof, and in default thereof, that au ordor p
confess? be entered against them.
D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
March 2:1 _April 1 ll M av 1
Edward and Henry O. Kinaler, Executors, i
Amelia B. Kinaler et al.
PURSUANT to the order of the Court, the ci
ditore of JOHN J. KINSLER, deceased, w
have not horetotore proved their demands, n
required to present and establish the same, 1
fore mo, on or before the 1st day of MAY next.
D. B. MILLER. C. C. P
Clerk's Office, Richland, March 25, 1809.
Cast Iron Wanted.
CHA BLOTTS AND SOOTH CABOLFMA R. R. SHOPS
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 16, 180!*.
THIS Company will pay il per 100 pounds,
old CAST IRON, delivered in lots of 100 1
or more, at their Workshops in Columbia, or
its agouts along the hue of road.
March 17 fimo T. D. KLINE. M. il
PURE Extract of CALVES FEET, for makin
nutritious jelly, and for improving Soup? n
Pure Extract of Vanilla, Lemon and Pine Ap]
Pearl Barley, Tapioca, Sago, Arrow-root,Che
lato, Broma, Cocoa.
Cove's Sparkling li< latine, for making Je
Blanc Mange, ('reams. For sale by
^JanJO t FISHER A HEINITSH. Drngglati
Corn at Retail Prices.
1 f\f\/\ BUSH. PRIME WHITE COI
L,V/Vy V/ just received and for talc at
duccd pricos. Ordere taken for Corn by thc
load at lower rates than can be furnished hy
other house. J. A T. R. AG NEV
Sweet Potato Slips.
fT A BUSHELS YAM POTATO SLIPS, in
QU order, for salo by_E^A O. 1). HOPI
?T S\ R?XES OOSHEN CHEESE, for salo h;
plJ Feb H E. & G I). HOP]
KC\ BARRELS Reeker's Sclf-Raising FLO
t)U just received and for salo l>w, by the 1
rel and at retail, hv J. ft T. H. AGNEN'
Ipr f\I\ BUSHELS Prime Western CORN,
,?J)U\J sale, in lots to suit purchasers.
March 2(5 E. A G. D. HOP
pr BOLS. NORTH CAROLINA CORN WHISK
tJ ot superior quality, on consignment ant
salo low, by the barrel. E. A G. D. HOP
Ale and Porter.
DO/. Muir St Son's Edinburg ALE, 60 ]
OU Guinness ft Son's Dublin Porter, rece
and for sale low by J. ft T. R. AGNE1
13uper^!Mt?ch-Ootea, Beef Cattit ?nd Jtoree* tit
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SOS.
ON MONDAY uoxt, thc 5 th of APRIL, In front of
the Court Home, in this city, at 10 o'clock A.
M., wo will Bell, without roser vc :
10 Fine Milch'Cows, with their young Calves.
20 Hoad Extra Fine Beef Cattle
Several Work Horses.
April a 3
I'horong/t-bred Brood, Mure.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY next, 6th instant, at ll o'clock,
will Hell, before the Court House:
A NO. 1 BROOD MABE, of flue style and supe?
rior pedigree. To a person desirous of raising
line stock, a raro opportunity presents itsolf ki
the above named animal.
Terms made known at time of PRIP. Mareh31
Valuable Heal Estate at A uction.
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
BY direction of tho Assignee of Evans A Cogs?
well, wo will offer for salo, at public auction, on
MONDAY, Aprils, 1869, at 10 o'clock, in front of
tho Court HOUBO, in the citv of Columbia :
AU that PLANTATION or tract of LAND, situ?
ated in Richland County, near tho city of Colum?
bia, containing 116 acres, more or less, and
bounded on tho North-west by lauds now or lato
of Major Thomas Davis; on the North-cast by
lands now or lato of N. Ramsay; on tho South?
east by lands now or late of -Harsh, and on
thc South-wost by lands now or late of Samuel Q.
Henry; (as by a plat of said land made and certi
iied by O. T. Mason. D. S., Septerabor 26, 1863,
will more fully appear.)
THUMS OK SALK-One-kali 'cash; balance on a
ei cd it of ono and two years, socurcil by a bond of
purchaser hearing intcrost at tho rate of seven
per cent, por annum from the day of salo, paya?
ble annually, and mortgage of premises. Pur?
chaser tn pay for papers ano stamps. March 13
Under order of Judge of Probate-Silas G.Gib?
son, by his next friend, rs. Henry B. Gibson, et
al.- -Summons in Partition.
IS pursuance of an order made by William Hut
son Wigg, Judgo of Probate for Richland
County, directed to me, I will sell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in April next, in frout of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within the lethal hours:
All that HOUSE and LOT in the city of Colum?
bia, bounded on the North by thc residence of tho
late John H. Pearson, deceased; Kant and South
by lands of John W. Parker, and West by Marion
street; containing one-third of an acre, moro or
less, being tho houso and lot of which thc latoO.
J. Gibson died possessed.
THUMS OF SALE.-Cash enough to pay taxes now
due and expenses of these proceedings, and two
fifths ot the bid; tho hillanco in one, two and three
years, secured by bond and mortgage of tho pro?
mises. Purchaser to keep premiuea insured and
assign the policy to tho Judge of Probate, and to
pay for stamps and papers.
The abovo described property will bo re-sold,
by order of William Hutson Wigg, Judge of Pro?
bate, at tho risk of N. E. Edwards, tlie former
purchaser. Ho having failed to comply with terms
All the right, title and interest ot the d?fendent
in the Plantation known as "Stoney Hill," in Rich?
land County, situated on tho waters of "Tom's
Creek," bounded by tho lands td John Bates, de?
ceased, tho Bluff road and lauds of Absalom Joy?
ner; leviod on as tho property of tl. W. Adams, at
tho suit vtf Robert N. Lewis rs. H. W. Adams.
March M mth P. F. FRA ZEE. S. lt. C.
Richland County-In Equity.
JACOB LEVIN. AUCTIONEER.
James U. Adams os. John Kleckley.- Decree for
UNDER docreo of C ircuit Courts, sitting in
Equitv, in tho above stilted case, will be
sold, on the FIRST MONDAY in April next,
before tho Court Houso, in Columbia, between
tho hours of ll A. M. and 3 P. M.:
All that lot of LAND situate near the city of
Columbia, in tho County of Richland, on tho
Camden Road-butting and hounding to the
North on the Camdon Road; East on lands of Dr.
John Wallace; South and West on Linds of the
Estate of Robert Latta; containing FOUR ACRES,
more or loss.
All that PLANTATION, or tract or LAND situ?
ate in the County and State aforesaid, on the
Rico Crook Spring Load, near the city of Colum?
bia, butting and bounding to tho North on lands
belonging to Mrs. dibbes; to tho West on lands
of Mrs. Dont, lands formerly of Andrew Wallace,
and lands of Alexander Smith; and to the South
on lands ot Mrs. Smith, and Janies U. Adams;
and containing 300 acres, moro or loss, on tho
following terms, viz: For so much cash as shall
bc sufficient to pay the principal and interest
which shall thon bo due, together with the couts
and expenses of tho suit; tho. balance on a ciodit
of onoj two, three and four years, to bo secured
by bonds bearing interest from the day of salo, to
be paid annually, mortgages of tho property, tho
buildings to be insured and kept insured, and the
policies of insurance assigned. Purchaser to pay
for stamps and papers.
March ll mth D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Richland County-In Equity.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Edward Kinslor and Henry O. Kinder, Executors
of John J. Kinslor, MS. Amelia B. Kindler, Mary
A. Holmes, et al.
UNDER decree of tho Circuit Court, sitting in
Equity in tho abovo stated ease, will be sold
on the FIRST MONDAY in April next, before the
Court Houso in Columbia, between the hours of
ll A. M. and 3 P. M., tho following Ti acts of
Laud, to wit:
No. 1. Four acres of LAND, in the olty of Co?
lumbia; bounded by Richland, dist, Laurel and
No. 2. A Tract of Laud, in Lexington County,
containing 129} aerea; bounded North by Conga
reo Creek; East by Joyner's laud; South hyland
of estate J. J. Kinslor, and Wost by Mrs. Elmore's
No. 3 A Tract of Laud, in Lexington County,
known as tho "Neaco Tract," containing 238.J
acres; bouuded North by laud? of Roof; East by
lauds of A. Hook aud estate of Kiusler; South by
lands of Kinsler's, and West by laud not known.
No. 4. A Tract of Land, in Lexington County,
known as tho "Haugabook Swamp Tract, con?
taining 52 J acres; bounded North bv butler's
land; East by Congareo River; South by R. Joy
ner'a land, and West by Geiger.
No. 5. A Tract of Land, in Lexington County,
known as the "Percival Lands," containing 226$
acres; bounded North by lands of General Henry
Arthur; East by Congareo River; South by
Geiger's land, and West by land of Joyner.
No. 6. Tho Tract of Land, in Lexington County,
known as tho "Maverick Lands," situate imme?
diately opposite and in sight of tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded by lands of Guign?rd and others,
containing about l,2uX) acres, thu exact numhor of
acres not known, but survey will bo completed
and quantity made known on day of sale, and this
tract sub-divided to suit purchasers.
No. 7. The right and interest of tho late John
J. Kinslor (being tho lifo ostato of P. Uoflll) in
tho Tract of Land, in Richland County, known as
"Palmyra," situated near Barhamville, contain?
ing - acres.
Plats of all tho above property can be seen at
tho offico of tho undersigned.
TF.UMS OF SALE. - One-fifth cash, and the balanco
upon a credit of one, two and threo years; *e
cured bv bond and mortgage of the premises
sold. Purchasers to pav for stamp* and papers.
Mardi 11 mth 1). B. MILLER. C. C. P.
JACOB LEVIN, A?OnONEBB.
' Benjamin M. Lee va. A- M. Hont.-Decrete for
TTS DER decree of tho Circuit Court, flitting in
VJ Equitv, iu the above stated case, will be
sold, ou the FIRST MONDAY in April next, be?
fore the Court House, in Columbia, between the
hours ot ll A. M. and 8 1'. M., in three parcels:
All that lot of LAND, situate in ibo city of Co?
lumbia, in tho County and State aforesaid, on the
corner of Gervais and Gates streets, butting and
bounding towards the North, on lands formerly
of France* Edgar; Eaat on landa formerly of
Margaret McDowell; South on Gervais street, and
West on Gatos street; containing one sore, more
or less, on tho following terms, vir - So much cash
as shall le aufnehmt to pay the principal and in?
terest which shall bo then dno, together with tho
costs and expenses of tho ault; the balance on a
credit of one, two and three years; to be secured
by bonds and mortgagee of the property. Pur?
chasers to pay for stamps and papers.
March 14 mth D. B. MILLEU, C. C. P.
GENTS' FURNISHING- GOODS.
^TE ABE RECEIVING THE LAROEST AND
best selected stock of tho above goods ever
brought to this city, bought low for cash, and
wdl be sold at a small advance.
In CLOTHING, we have everything from planta?
tion wear to tine French Caaaimere-al! equally
In HATS, i ll the new Spring styles. Alpine, Ve?
locipede, General Prim, and new style Silk Hats.
Country dealers would do well to examine oar
stock bet?re going further.
R. & W. C. SWAFFLELD.
R. C. SHIVER'S.
WE keep from thia time forward, "Ohelly's
French Kid Gloves," the beat Glove im?
THOMPSON'S Glove Fitting Corset, "the
greatest favorite with the Ladies." .
ALL of Thompson's and Bradley's popular stylos
of Hoop Skirts.
THE handsomest line of imported DRESS
GOODS ever offered to Columbia buyers-ao con?
ceded by all who have seen them.
A most elegant collection of Silk Coverings,
White, Llama, Lace Points and Black, French
Lace Pointa, Shetland and Bergo Shawls, ic.
THE best line ol Domestic Goods wo have ever
WHOLESALE ASH RETAIL.
PLEASE remember that we guarantee every?
thing we sell in price aud quality; that is, we hold
ourselves responsible and bound to sell as cheap
as any house South, and are anxious for a largo
trade: ' ?. C. SHIYKK.
Land and City Property for Sale.
14 FIRST CLASS CITY RESIDENCES, 8 to 12
2. 7 Second Class City Residences, 6 to 10 Rooms,
3. 5 Third Class " " 8 to 6
4. 8 Valuable Building Lots, on Main street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other parts of the city,
G. 3 Largo Lots in Waverley,
7. l l Tracts of Land, within 3 miles of Columbia,
from ten acres to 1,000,
8. The Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acres,
9. 2,422 acres, uear Kingsville, one of the beat
cotton and stock plantations in tho country,
10. 9 Other Plantations in Richland-some of
i hom very deairable,
11. 10,000 acres in Edgelield- several tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,600 acres Farming Landa in Fairfield,
15. 1,700 aerea near Greenvill Court House,
1G. 6,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2,000 " in Kerabaw,
18. 1,900 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 place,
19. 21G *' in York-rich in gold,
2(1. 7 Fine Plantations in Abbeville.
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purchase or soil property,
v ill find it to their interest to consult with ns. We
have correspondents in Now York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, to which points we aro constantly
sending descriptive lists of property for salo.
March G GIBBES A THOMAS.
General Commission Business.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE,
Orders for purchaso of Merchandize,
Shipments of Cotton, and GENERAL COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, solicited by
MARK E. COOPER, Main street.
Best references given. March 24 3mo
PARTIES wantiDg THRE8HING MACHINES,
REAPERS, Ac, will do well to mako their
orders and inquiries at once. Prices from S50to
1500, at Factory. .
March ll FISHER, LOWRANCE * FISHER.
ry pf KITS No. 1 Ray and Shoal MACKEREL,
I O Gt? Rbis., Halves and Quarters, Nos. 1,2 and
!. for sale bv_E. t? O. D. HOPE.
6BA LES Superior COTTON BAGO INO.
50 cods Greenlcaf and Manilla Rope.
For sale low by E. A G D. HORE.
Flour has Declined !
C10UNTRY FLOUR ?5.50 to ?5.75 per bug,
j Western Flour 13.75 to ?7.00 " "
March (i FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER.