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BY JULIAN A. SELBY
A despatch from Ironton, Ohio, to the Chicago Tribune, says: "By accident, Captain John S. George, I a lawyer of this city, discovered, yesterday, a specimen of peculiar i ore, which was. found in one of the rolling-mill coal-bins among coal dug near the Ironton tunnel, five mileB from this city, which, on ex? amination, proved to be a consol? idated lump of pure diamonds, weighing net about twenty-nine ounces, and is valued n,t $400,000. Many such lumps have been found here before by the miners, but were thrown aside as worthless. Steps will be taken at ouce to se? cure rights, options, &c. The matter has created intense excite? ment among those who have ex? amined the specimen.1' As the poet truly Bays: "It isn't all of life to live." Oh! no. Any wretch who has to scratch around sixteen hours a day to feed a fami? ly of seventeen strong children knows it isn't. 8 San Francisco's new $3,000,000 palace hotel will contain, among other features, a ladies' billiard room, furnished in princely stylo. Not being accustomed to water, the. people of Newton, O., extin? guished their recent conflagration with cider. CITY HALL GROCERY. FRESH ARRIVALS! Smoked tongues, Beef, Ham, &c. Pickled Salmon, Beef, Mackerel. canned?Corned Beef, Salmon, As? paragus, Lima Beans, Qreen Peas, Succo? tash., California Pears and Apricots, Peaches, Truffles, Ac., &c., Ac. TEAS?These in full variety?Japan, 'Gunpowder, Hyson, English Breakfast, Souchong, Oolong?selected by an ex? pert, ana confidently guaranteed finest in market and moderate in price. COFFEES?Parohed Java?entirely pure?Raw Java, Laguayra, Rio, &c, always fresh. Our stock replenished daily. My store is central and convenient to the public, 1 request a call.: A Word About Cigars. Theso being only on adjunct to my business, and having unsurpassed facili? ties, I can offer CIGAB8 lower than any house in town. Call ond be convinced? this-is no brag. GEO. 8YMMEB8. March 28_ ? - Proposals for stationery. 'executive department, Office of Co mptoolloi-General, Columbia, S. C, March 29, 1875. IN accordance with an Act of the Gen ral Assembly, entitled "An Act to make appropriations to meet tho ordi? nary expenses of the State Government for the fiscal year commencing November 1, 1874," approved Maroh 2'J, 1875, the undersigned invites all parties interested to submit PROPOSALS for furnishing this office with tho "BOOKS and BLANKS for the County Auditors and Treasurers, and other papers necessary to the collection of taxes" for the fiscal year 1875. The following are uinong the items re? quired: 45 Auditors' Duplicates, 28x18 inches, of 250 pages each. 45 Treasurers' Duplicates, 20x18 inches, of 125 pages each. 45 Treasurers' 20% Duplicates, 24x18 inches, of 100 pages each. 200 Tax Receipt Books, 1,000 receipts in each. 200,000 Tax Returns. 1,000 copies Abstracts of Duplicates. 1,000 copies Abstracts of Realty. 1.000 copies Abstracts of Personalty. 1,000 copies Abstracts of IQ% Penalty. 1,000 copies Settlement Sheets. 1,000 copies Deductions and Abate? ments. 1,000 copies Nulla Bona Taxes. 1,000 copies Abatement Poll Tax. Claims for Abatements, Redemption Forfeited Lands, Circulars, Ac Samples of the Books, Blanks and Forms required can he seen on applica? tion at this offioe. Parties who desire to submit proposals are requested to forward the same by mail, on or before the 15th proximo, en? dorsed''Proposals for Stationery." Any contract awarded will be paid by worrant on the State Treasurer, on account of tho collections tor 1874. ? The Stationery will be required to bo delivered at this office, > on or before tho 1st of June hext TH08.DUNN, Comptroller-General State of S. C. Mar'30 17 On Marketable Collaterals. ?;'. o?_? EXCHANGE on New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and all promi? nent cities of she United States and Eu? rope bought and sold* ????'. DEPOSITS recoivodand interest-bear? ing C^TIITOATES issued.. " STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD and SILVER bought and sold. AOCOtttfCS ocfMerchants and others from the oity and couuiry solicited, and LIBERAL IVOJESJOF DISCOUNTS granted by th^Cg^AJ/ ^AlIONAIi BANK, cornerof Plain and Rlohardson S DAILY "Let our Just Censures COLUMBIA, S. C, FRIDAY SI M M ON S' ECULATOR TboBymptomBof LiverComplaint u em d easiness and pain iu Ibo bine, Somutiuie* the i>aiu is in the shoulder, and its ii:i-t?k< n for rheumatism. 1 be ston ?<?-). is nfi'tcti d with loss of appetite aud sicktu h-. lonels, iu gcuurui, cusiive, rumttimes bill mating with lax. T lie beadis troubh d ttithpain, and dull, heavysensation,considerable lots ot memory, accompanied with painlui Hen* sation of having h ft undone FomVlhing which ought to have bieii done ? lien com? plaining or weakness, iteb?i'y? hiul iuw spiri's. Sometimes many ol the ab<>vu symptoms attend the disease, acd ut ? tber times ver.. lew of them; but the Liv? r generally the organ mott involved. THE < FAVORITE HOME REMEDY Is warranted not to contain a single particle of Mercury, or any injuiious mini 1 a. eub stance, but ia PUKEbV vegetable, Containing those Southern Roots and Heibo, which an All-wise Providence has placed in countries where Liver Diseases most prevail. It will cure all Diseases ctutt d by De rangoment of the Liver and Bowela. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR, OR MEDICINE, Ib eminently a Family Medicine; and by being kept ready Jor immediate mcit, will aave many an hour of Buffering, and many a dollar in time and doctor*' bil's. After over Forty Y'eare' trial, it in etill receiving the most unqualified testimonials to its virtueB from persona of the highest character and responsibility. Enmei.t pbyei cianB commend it as the moat . EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC For Constipation, Headache, Fain in tho Shoulders, Dizziness,Sour Stoma'.-b, bad Taste in the Month, DiliouB Attacke, Palpitation ol the Heart, l'aiu in tbe Region ot the Kid? neys, Despondency, Gloom andForebodingB of Evil?all of which are the iffsprilp <<t a Diseased Liver. FOR DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION. Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all climates and changes ot water and food may be faced without fear. As a remedy in Malaiiuua Fevers, towel Complaints, Restlessness, Jaundice, Nausea, IT HAS NO EQUAL! It ie tho Cheapest, Purest and Beat Family Medicine in the World! CAfJTION! Buy no Powders or prepared SIMMON8' LIVER REGULATOR,unices in our engraved wrapper, with Trade-mark. Stamo and Signature unbroken. None oi ut is genuine. .1. II. ZKIUS ?V CO., Macon, Qm... unit Philadelphia. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQGISTS. Take Simmons' Liver Regulator For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen. Ab a remedy in Malarious Fevcra, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia. Mental Depression, Restlessness. Jaundice, Nausea, Sick Headache, Colic, Comutpation end Binonsnesa, IT HAS NO EQUAL. TESTIMONIALS. "I have never seen or tried auch a ?im pie, efficacious, sa'iafactor? and pleasant remedy io my life."?H. Hain-eb, St. Louis, Mo. Hon. Alex, n. Stephens. "I occasionally ub6, when my condition requires it. Dr. Simmons'Liver Regu ator, with good effect."?Hon. Ali.x. H. Ste? phens. Governor of Alabama. "Your Regulator has been in use in my family for some time, and I am persuaded it ia a valuable addition to the medical science."?Gov. J. Gu.r. Shorter, Ala. "I have need ths Regulator in my family for the past seventeen years. I can sately recommend it to the world as the bent me? dicine I have ever used for that class of diseases it purports to cure.?H. F. Thio fen. President of City Bank. "Simmons' Liver Regulator has proved a good aud efficacious medicine."?O. A. Ndttino. Druggist. ' We have br.en acquainted with Dr. Sim? mons' Liyer Medicine for more than twenty years, and know it to be tbe best Liver Re? gulator offered to tbe public."?M. R. Lyon axd H. L. Lyon, Bellefontaine, Ga. "I was cared by Simmons' Liver Regu? lator, after having suffered several years with Chills and Fever."?R. F Akdebbom. The Cieryy. "Bave been a dyspeptic lor yearn: Legan Regulator two years ago; il like acted like a cbarm in my case."?Rev. J. C. Holmes. Lady's Endorsement. "I htfve given j our mcdicino a thorough trial, and in no case hue it failed to give full satisfaction."?Ellen Meacuam, Chat tahoochee, Fla. Sheriff' Bibb County. "1 have uaed your Regulator with suc? cessful effect iu Bilious Colic mid Dyspep? sia. It is an excellent remedy, and cer? tainly a public bleseing."?C. Mastkrkon, Bibb County, Ga. My IVife. "My wife aad sell have used the Regula? tor for years, ani testify to its great vir? tues."?Rev. J. B. Feloek. Perry, Ga. "I think SimmoDs' Liver Regulator one cf tbe best medicines ever made for the Liver. My wife and many others have. used it with wonderful effect."?E. K. M'ai kb, Albany, Ga. M. D. "I have need tbe Regulator in m> family, and also in my regular practice, and have found it a moat valuable and satisfactory medicine, and believe if it was used by tbe profession, it would be cf sei vice in'very many case*. I know very much of its com? ponent parts, and can certify it* medicinal qualities are perfectly haimless."?B. F. Gainos, M. D.. Macon, Gad Jan 30;wGm Patriot. 2^#A THIS thorough-bred STAL nm^?OtJj LION will stand for the eea. BHrQttson. commencing March IS, ? I w 1875. at the Wheeler fiouso ?BMBBMSWStableB. ou Plain street For terms and pedigree, apply at the Stables. March 5 tlmo New Books, at Bryan's Bookstore. WORKING to Win. a story for girls, *1.75. Mistress of the Manse, by Dr. Holland, author oi Aithur Bouuycaetle, fl SO. A History of Germany, from the Earliest Times, by Charlton Lewis, 12 SO. Manual of MUhology, Greek, Roman, Norse, Hindoo, Kgyptlau and Old German, by Murray, $2.25. Prairie and Forest, the Game of North America, with adventures in their pursuit, by Gillmore. $1 50. Health and Education, by Kings)ey,$1.75, Hogai th's complete woika, in thine vo? lumes. The Wild North Laad, by Major Butler, with plates, 12 60. History of Clubs and Clnb Life, London. Book of Wonder? ful Characters, with portrait*. The Slang Dictionary, historical ana anecdotal. Homes and Haunts of the British Poets, London, and other new books. Nov 1 Seed Potatoes, Bacon, Batter, Lard. 6>K 15-POUND pails Choice Gilt-Edge rnl'iJ Gosh en BUTTER. 100 bbls. Early Rose POTATOES?eo 1 ccted seed; early crop. 100 bbls. Chili Red POTATOES?selected seed;late crop. lOObble. Choice Eating POTATOES. 25 boxes Choice Dry Sa't SIDES. 10 boxes Choice Dry Salt BELLIES? small. 50 tubs Pure LEAF LARD. 25 tube Choice Goahen BUTTER. 26 tubs Ooshen BUl'IEK?for bakers. 50 kits MACKEREL?No*. 1 and 2? full weight*. 60 boxes Family ROaP. 26 boxes Factory CHEESE. Gon?tantly receiving ORANGES, BANA NAB, COCOANUT3, Ac, from cargoes ar? riving in Charleston. All ot the above we gnarantee to be sold at lowest market rates, at wholesale only, by C. J. LAU RE Y, March 7 t!3 Opposite Phqimix Office. For Sale or Rent. A COMMODIOUS and handaonuly finished COTTAGE HOUafc, North? west corner Penaleton and Assembly streets; with doe Stables, Kitcheu. Gar? den, etc , attached; Hot and Cold Water and all other conveniences. Pos- session given April 1. Apply to March 5J_ JO*. TAYLOR. Naphtha Lamps. GAS LIGHT. AGAS LIGHT at much less expense. These LAMPS are in different styles and well adapted tor Stores, Offices, Entries and Rooms. Each Lamoisof itself a gas manufactory. The oil is fed through a tube or pipe, at the end of which the burner converts it into gas. which burns with a brilliant white name i.earlv equal to tho best coal gas, and surpassing many coal gas lights. For sale L v M. K. CARR, Feb lC3mo _67?Bridge s-reet. City Taxes. PERSONS having city taxes or licenses to pay.can save inouev bv po>chas? ing CITY COUPONS and CITY SCRIP of D. GAMBRTLL, Brsker, March 8_ 107 Main street. The Attractions are Increasing! GRAND CENTRAL DRY GOODS ESTABLIS?HEXT W, D. LOVE & CO. WM. H. LYLEB. Attorney and Counselor at Law. ROOM No. 0, Second Floor, New Life Insurance Building, corner Blcbard ?on and Washington Streets, Colombia 6 0._Mar lOtjOw Oongns and Golds BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TR00HR8. Chlorate Potash Past lies, Gelatin* Loienges, Wistar'a Balsam Wild Cherry. Hill's Balsam Honey, Ayer'oOhorry Pectoral, Jaypt> Bxpeotorant. ? Ploo'o Cms. For sale at L. T. 8ILLIMAN St CO.'S Deo 20 DrpcBtore. We are d??y adding to all the depart ooeutaof onr Eatablisbmsnt large lines of Choioe and Desirable SPRING GOODS, at popular prices. Families in lneed or SPRING SUPPLIES and strangers visiting Ibis city should.Dot fail to give our stock a close lnt?K.^tion be? fore making their pnrehaaea. All needing ? DRY GOODS, BOOTS, flIIOEtf, OARPETB, OIL CLOTHS, Genta* FURNISHING GOODS, or any arttole kept inJftfcFiret Claoo Store, will eave money by making their purehaaes at tho Grand Cen? tral Dry Goods Establishment or WM. D. LOVE (c CO., Columbia, 8. O. Samples sent gratuitously to all parts of the ooontry on application._Mar 11 B. D.EP8TIN. ATTORBBY AT UW, ?FFiOE, Room No. 6. Southern Insur? ance Company Building, Columbia, B. C. March 11 lmo MORNING, APRIL 2, 1875. ?UOtlon aal<;^ . Foreclosure ol Mortgage. D. O. I'KIXOTTO SO.V.Audlonnu. Agues ?. Talley c*. Wna- H. LyBrand.? Furcciosuie c f Mortgage. PURSUANT to tbe power* of sale con? tained in a mortgage from Win. H. L.\ br* ml to Acues S. Talley, dated Aumist v8. 1S73, recotded iu the office of Rcgi-dor id Meme Conveyances Hiohland County, book 11, pages C2"> an<l G2G, I will ae'l, on the FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL NEXT, bvforo the Court House, in Columbia, S. C, at 10 o'c'o-.'K A. M., ?ir as eoou thereafter i practicable. All that piece, parcel or LOT OF LAND, aituate, tying and being iu the city of Co luiubia. uii the West side of Richardson utrcct, fronting thereon 2G feet, more or leas, aud running back one hundred and forty-nine feet four inches, more or loss; bounded North by lot sold by executors of Henry Davits to \V. K. Greenfield; East by Richardson street; South by lot eold by ex ecu torn of Henry Davis to John H. Mcln tosh. aud Went by lot sold by William H. Ly Brand to Lewis Raker. TERMS of Sale?Cash; purchaser to pay I for papejs _ AGNES S. TALLEY. Sale Under Power to Satisfy Mort? gages. D. C. PB1XOTTO <Si HON. Auctioneers. BY virtue of the power of attorney, en-1 doreod upon the mortgago of Thomas | J. LaMotte, to the Citizens1 Havings Bank, of South Carolina, empowering the under? signed to sell tbo premises mortgaged, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL NEXT, at the usual hour, bofbro the Court House, in Columbia, the follow? ing described tots of land, all situate in the city of Columbia and Ricbland County: 1. The JjOT OF LAND, bounded on the South by Blandina street; East by lot of John B. Dennis: West by lot of F. L. Car dozo, and North by let of Thomas J. La? Motte; mcasntiugon Ulanding street one hundred aud four feet (cur inches, and then running back two hundred aud eight f?.-1 t eight iliehen. 2. LOT, bounded on the North by lot of John R Dennis; East by lot of John R. Dennis; South by lot of Thomas J. La? Motte aud lot of F. L. Cardozo, and West by(ladsdcn street; lUf-Asmiug on Gadddcu Hireet one hundred and tour feet four inches, and rminiug br ck two hundred aud eight feet eight l?chea. :i LOT OF LAND, containing three fourths ol an acre, bounded North by lot furaeily ol J L. Beard; on the Eait by Buuwell street; on the South by lot of R.ure. and Wext by lots of A. C. Haskell and Cooper. ?1 LO'l" OF LAND, containing one acre, bounded Not t h by lot of Augustus Cooper; East by lot of A. Traeger; South by Wheat street, and west by Assembly street. Tt.BMs or Sale?Cash. JOHN FISHER. Mar 14 m2 A4 Trueteo in Bankruptcy. Valuable City J roperty lor Salo. D. C. PEIXOTTO ?Si SUN. A nctlnntcr?. Sale Under Power to Satisfy Mortgage*. BY virtue of the- power ol attorney of I John Fielding,empowering the. Cashier ot the Citizens' Savinga Bauk, of South [ Caro'iua. aud his assigns, to sell the pre? mises hereinalter described, for the pur? pose of satisfying certain mortgages of the said John Fielding to said bank.o: hold bv said hank, I will sell, on the FIltST MONDAY IN APRIL NEXT, at the usual hour, beioie the Court Hr.use.iu Columbia, Allt?at LOT. PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, with tbe Buildings thereon, situate and being in the city of Columbia, and County of Richland, butting and bcuuding to the North on lot of McAllister; to the East on lot of John P. Southern; to the South on Plain street, and to the West on lot loimerly of Henry Jjavi? aud of D. Epstin. TebHs of ai.e?One-half ea*h; balance | on credit ot one year, seeuied by bond and mortgage ot premises JOHN FISHER, Mar 14 m2 A4 Tiostee in Batikruntcy. Foreclosure of Mortgage. II. ?Sc *? Dkaku, Auctioneer*. The Mec.allies' aud Farmers' Building and Loan Association, of Kic bland County, .SouthCarolina, against Isboni" Mitchell. BY viltue of power to me given, as Pre? sident of t?u Mechanic.-' aud Faimers'1 Building and Loan Aseociai ion, ot Richlaud County. South Carolina, by the above I named Inborn Mitchell, by bis denl, sealed 1 aud doliv?-r?-<*4 tc aeil the* properly herein? after d? scribed, aud tor him and in his nam-oi i xeeute proper titles to the pur? chaser or pu oh a si Ta of t he- taid premises, I herein give notice, that on the FIRST MONDAY OF APRIL NfcXT. I will m 11, at public auction, iu the city of Columbia, be? fore the Court HuUee, to the t ighfctt bid? der, for cash, All that LOT OF LAND, with buildings' thereon, situate in ihe city of Columbia,* and bouuded as follows, to wit: tin the North, by Plain street; South by lot for? merly belonging ?o Ca-?ar Gully; aud West bv lot uotv or furmurlv belonging to Ban dall The said lot contains one-hail acre, more or leas. R D SEN Si. i'residi tit of tho Mechanics'and Farmers' tiui'iliug and Loan Association, ol Rich ? aud County, South Carolina. Foreclosure of Mortgage. II. ?M ?_ DKAKU. Auctioneers. The Ucchauios'aud Farmers' Building and Loau Asiiouiation, id hichland County, South Carolina, agai?ot William M. Hayne. BY virlae of power to me given ns Pre? sident of the Mechanics' and Farmers' Building and Loau Association, uf Rich laud County, Booth Carolina, by the above named William M llayuu, by hi? deed, sealed, and delivered, to sell the property hereinafter described, aud f <r him and in his name to execute proper titles to the purchaser or purchasers <>l the said pre? mises, I herebv sive nnttaa time ?n ihn FIRST MONDAY OF APRIL N1 XT, I will | sell, at public auction, iu the ulty of Co? lumbia, before the Court House, to highest | bidder, for cash, All that LOT OF LAND, situate in the cltv af Columbia, and bounded as follows, to wit: On tbe West by Winn street; on tbe South br lot marked No. 7 on aurvey; on the East by tbe "Ditch," abd on tbe North by lot, supposed to belong to Mrs. Heat? ings. The lot herein conveyed is desig? nated as Lot No. 8 on tbe survey, contains one-fourth (i) of an acre and twenty-six perches, and runs along the line of Winn street forty-five feet, and along Lot No. 7 four hundred and fourteen feet, and on tbe North along the corner let of trust estate, parallel with the line of Lot No 7 three hundred and seventy-seven feet. R. D. BENN, President of tbe Meobanics' and Farmers' Building and Loan Association, of bleb land County, South Carolina. nd the True Event." vo: Foreclosure of Mortgage. The Mechanics' ami Farmers' Building and Luan Association, uf Ricbland Coum y, ' South Carolina, against Charles JaggerB BY virtue ol power to rue given an Presi deut of tho Mechanics'and Farmers' building and Loan Association, of lticb? land Couuty, Sonth Carolina, by the above named Charles Jaggere, by biu deed, sealed and delivered, to sell the uroperty herein? after described, and for him and his uame to execute proper titles to tbepnrchaeer or purchasers of the aaid premises, I hereby give notice, that on the FIRST MONDAY OF APRIL MX[, 1 will sell at public auction, in the city of Columbia, before the Court House, 'to tho highest bidder. All that T.nTOFLAND,situated in city of Columbia, and bounded as follows, to wit: On the North.by lot of Thomas J. LMaotte, East by a Btreot as yet unnamed, South by lot of Sturgie and on the West by lot of Allen. The lot herein conveyed is situatod in the Eastern portion of Columbia, known as Waverly; moasuroB on its Eastern and Western fines G9 feet 2 inches, and on its Northern and Southern lines 1GG feet, and is a part of tho Tract of Land coveyed bv deed to Thomae J. LaMotte by 8. Olm Tal? loy. R. D. 8ENN, President of the Mechanics'and Farmers' Building and Loan Association, of Rlch Und Couuty, South Carolina. Foreclosure of Mortgage. U. & S. BEARD, Auctioneer*. Tho Colombia Building and Loan Associa? tion, of Richland County, South Carolina, against Simon May and Clarissa May. BY virtue of power to me given ae Presi? dent of the Columbia Building and Loan Association, of Richland County, South Carolina, bv the above named Simon Mav|an ? Clarissa May, by their deed, sealed and delivered, to se'l the property herein? after described, and for tbem and in their name, to execute proper titles to the pur? chaser or purchasers of tho said premises, I do hereby give notice, that on the FIRST MONDAY IN'APRIL NEXT, I will sell, at public auction, in tho city of Columbia, be? t?re the Court Uoosc, tc the highest bidder, All that LOT OF LAND, situate In the city of Columbia, with the Buildings thorc ou, fronting ou Maiion street forty (40) feet, bouudud South by lota of S. C. Nichols and Wanuamaker; East by lot of said Simon May and Clarissa May; Weat by Marion street, and North by lot of said Simon May and Clarissa May and lot lately of C. Bouknight. Said lot runs back ou Southern boundary Eastwardly one hun? dred feet, more or less, and on Northern boundary runs back Eastwaidly, with a front of forty feet, to a point fifty-two feet from Marion street, when it narrows to twenty-seven, more or less, and runs back to a puint one hundred feet, more or less, from Marion street Eastwardly. Terms cash. GEO. L. DIAL, Preeideut of the Columbia Building and Loan Association, of Richlaud County, South Carolina. March 14 m4 Foreclosure of Mortgage If- & tf. UKAHD. Auctioneer*. The Mechanics'and Fsrmers'Bnilding and Loan Association, of Richland County, South Carolina, against Josephine Schulthiea. BY virtue of pow.r to me given a* Presi? dent of the Mechanics' and Farmers' Building and Loan Association, of Rich land County, Sout h Carolina, by the above named Josephine Schultbies, by ber deed, ?ealed and delivered, to sell the property hereinafter described, and for ker and in her name to execute proper titles to the purchaaer or purchasers of the said pre. mises. I hereby giv* notice that on the FIRST MOND kY OF APRIL NEXT, I will ?ell at public auction, iu the city of Colum? bia, before the Court House, to the highest bidder,for cash, All that LOT 01? LAND, with Buildings thereon, situate in tho city of Columbia, and bounded as follows, to wit: On the North by BlOBsom street, front ing thereon ono hundred and thirty-seveu feet;East by a lot formerly belougiug to ( w*&r Gully, deceased; South by estute of Sarah Brown, and running thereon one hundred and twenty-four feet, and West by lot of Augus? tus Cooper, running thereon one bunlred and fifty-two feet. R. D. SENN, President of the Mechanics' and Farmers' Bui diug and Lo*n Association, of it lib land County, south Carolina. Foreclosure of Mortgage H. & n. it to a Hi), Auctioneer*. The Columbia Buildiug and Loan Assoqia tion, of Richloud County, Sonth Carolina, against Simon May and ClaiisHa May. BY virtue of power to me given as Presi? dent of the Columbia Building and Loan Association, of Kichland County, S C , by the above named Simon May and Cla lisaa May, by their deed, Mealed and deli? vered, to eeli the property hereinafter de? scribed, and for them and in tbeir name to execute proper titles to the purchaser or purchasers of tho said promises, I do here? by give notice that on the FIRST MONDAY in April next, I will sell, at public auction, io the city of Columbia, before the Court House, to the highest bidder, All that LOT OF LAND, with the Build? ings thereon, in the city ol Columbia, on the East side of Marion street, between Taylor and Plain; hounded on the West by Mai ion street, fronting thereon fifty-two feet, more or less; North by lots now or j lately of C. Boukuight and C. Daniels; East j by lot now or lately of the estate of C. Beck, and South bv lots ?t S. C. Nichols and Wan? uamaker. Terms cash. GEO. L. DIAL, Prouidont of the Colombia Building awd Loan Association of Richland County. Foreclosure of Mortgage. It. 6i 8. BKAKD, Auctioneer* The Columbia Building and Loan Associa? tion, of Richlaud County, South Caroli? na, against Emma E. Singleton. BY virtue of power to me given, a* Presl dent of the Columbia Building and Loan Association, of Richlaud County, South Carolina, by tho above named Etnroa E. Singleton, >>y her deed, sealed and deli? vered, to sell the property hereinafter*Qe scribed, and for her and in her name to ex'icnto proper titles to tbe purchaser or purchasers oi the Bkid premises, I do here? by give notice, that on the FIRST MON? DAY IN APRIL NEXT, I will sell,at public anotiou. in the city of Columbia, beforo the Court House, to tbe highest bidder. All that LOT OF LAND, with tho Build? ings thereon,situated in the eity of Colum? bia, and bounded as follows: On the West by Assembly street, and fronting thereon forty-five (45) feet, more or less; South by Mrs M. A. Stratton, and running thereon one hundred (100) feet; East by let of E. F. Baldwin, and lot formerly of Dedriok Hane; North by lot of E. F. Baldwin. Terms cash. GEO. L. DIAL, President of the Colombia Building and | Loan Association, ot Richland Couuty. i LYUME XI?NUMBER V : 6' Foreclosure of Hortgage. II. Si 8. BEARD, Anctlant-ers. rho Mechanics' and Farmers' Building?*)*? Loan Association, of Ripbland County., South Caroliua, againBfc C. J. Houfctonv MorriB Seabrook and William M. Taylor, tho throe principal omcera of utumwo Lodgo, No. 6, Free and 'Accepted Ancient York Masons, their edcceesore iu office and assigns. BY virtue of poworto me givon, ae Preti dent of tho Mechanics' and Farmers" Building and Loan Association,of Bichland County, South Carolina, by tho above named C. J. Houston, Morris Scabrook aodt William M. Taylor, the three prino?pat officers of Lebanon Lodge. No. G, Free and Accepted Ancient York Masons, by their deod, signed, eealed and delivered, to eott the property hereinafter described, and for them and their successors in office and assigns, to execute proper titles to the furchaser or purchasers of said premieea. horehv give notice, that on the FIRST MONDAY OF APRIL NEXT, I will soli, at public auction, in the city of Columbia, be? fore the Court'House, to tbo highect bid? der, for oaBb, All that LOT, with a two story Brick Building thereon, ntuale in il e city of Co? lumbia,on Gervais atreei < .i bounded ae follows, to wit: On the Nui.u and East b-? lot ot NilcB G. Parker, and running Nortiz sixty-nine feet, more or leas; West toy lot of Mrs Stratton, and Kouthby Gerraisetcoec, tronting thereon thirty feet. k. ?. F3NN, President of the Mechanics' and Farmers' Building and Loau Association, olBJab latid County, South Carolina. Marli mtbS Valuable Real Estate. By H. & S. BEARD, Auctioneers. Caroline M. Preaton vs. Emma B. Kubd? Forccloauro of Mortgago for Purchase Moncv. PURSUANT to tho powers of sate con? tained iu tho mortgage of Emma B. Moaea to Caroline M. Preaton, of date lttb January, 1873, reoorded in Register Menne Conveyance office of Ricbland Couuty, S. C, in Book H ot Mortgagee, pagea S2?, 321 and 322,1 will sell,on the drat MONDAY ?b April next, in tront of .tbo Court House. Columbia, S. C, ut 10 o'clock A. M.. or as soon thereafter ae convenient, all that square iu the city ol Columbia, containing FOUR ACRES, mote or loss, wnh rue BUILDINGS thereon?bounded by Laurel, Blauding. Henderson and 1 i-kena streets. Tkhms of Balk?Cash Biulicieut to pay the amount dno 10th Eobruary, 187(k att. mortgago aforesaid, to wit: Seven tbon sar.d one hundred and twenty-eight i ?7,128; dollars, and interest from jOtfo February, 1876; insurance premiuma uest due, to wit:. two hundred ($20J) dollara, and'all -et penaes of the Bale; the batsnoe secured by bond of the purchase", und mortgage or the piomisea, payable in aauuat i nut ailment s. the llrst of five thousand four - bundled ($5.400) dollars on tho *Cth Feb? ruary, 187G; the second of like imocut an the 10th February, 1877, and the balance the 10th February, 1878, with interest on the whole credit part at the rate of cighi per cent, per annum, to b? paid annually from the 10th February, 187S, npon th*s prinoipal sum until the same befclry /paid; and if not paid, the interest to bear uute revt at the same rate until paid. Tfceipre miaea to be insured for full amount, and'the policy assigned tome. Purchasers over and above bid to pay for papers and all taxes, city and State, standing agaiuet the pro? perty aforesaid. CAROLINE M. PRESTOW. For farther information, applv to JOHN' T. ltd ETI', Attorney at Law, Law Range.. Columbia, B.C. , Ma U a State South Carolina?Richland Oej By B. I. Boone, Judge of Probate Rinldav&i County Walter Rrice and Martha E., his wife; Banks Thompson and Sarah E., Ids wife; William Ragadale and Mary E., his wife; John S. Mctiowan and Adela C, his wife; Augustus John Grove and Louedla, bis wife; Wm. H. GUI and Mrs. Wni. H. -GM, his wife; Georgo W. Hill, Robert M. Saun? der?. Viola Maunders, Lawrence King and Ella M , his wife; John Knien id aod S?rak A., hiB w'f?; Muses Latvia and Lilly M., his ffilej William H. Hardiu und Rebecca... hia wife; Susan A. Moore, Fanulo E. Moore, LlaMoore, Lydia Moore, John It Moore. Michael D. Wade. Martin Phillip?) and Rebecoa, his wife; Mary Gage, Ac or Wade, Elizabeth F. Harrison. Sarah K. Hickliu. Wm. T. Thorn and Fanide P. his wife; Mary L. Douglass, L. S. Dou? glass audT'hoa. J. H. Douglass?GBKatr? Uta: # YU? are hereby i? quired to appear a< the Court Houbh In Columbia, for Richland Countv on the THIRTIETH day of April, A- D. 1375, to shew cause, if any you can, why the real estate of Rebecca Moore, deceased, situate in said County, and deaoribod iu the petition of ltorina Wade, tiled in my office, should not be di? vided or sold, allotting to the said Bo?tu? Wade aud tbe other dbvisees and heirs of devisees of tbe said Bobecca Moors, de? ceased, enumerated in this citation, 'heir respective aharea, according to their re? spective rights. Given undor my hand and ?aal, this ninth day of February, in tbo year of our Lord one tbouaaud eight bundled and seventy fife, and in the ninety-ninth vear of Ame? rican Independence. B. I. BOONS. March li mG Judge of Probat*?. For Rent or Bale. ?THE commodious HOUSE on tuav corner of Assembly and Lady streets - is uodergoing repairs, and trill be rented or aold on reasonable terrae In? quire of B. BWATf HSBD. gjftai_tj ?? i .:? ' -i_? A COMPLEXg STOCK. ALL NEW, dircot from the Heed Farms of IOWA. 7L0WSB and VEGETAfiIE wholesale and retail. L?RICK ? L0WRAH0E, Marth 10 Ct lumbia, fiLCL.