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CHARLBSTDN, September 25.-Ar?
rived-steamer Charleston, . New
York; off tho port-schooner j. W.
Knight, Philadelphia. Sailed-brig
Soi,o,, Matanza?;, sabqoner Jona?
NEW YORK. September 25.-The
ahfp Jacob A. Stander ' has been
burnt at sea. Th?, crew.and passen?
gers have arrived.
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Affairs In Washington.
WASECINGTON, September 25.-Tho
delegation from the Alabama Legist
la turo, headed by the Governor, aro
here to request the President to send
troops to Ajabanja for tho preserva-'
tion of order in that State.
There was a full Cabinet meeting
to-day, with Che exception of Evarts
Official advices from the recent
Indian fight in Kansas have boen
received. Lieutenant Beecher is
dead. Colonel Forsytho is wounded,
as reported. Dr. Moore is mortally
wounded.; Sheridan reports the
party all right, though surrounded
by Indians, and that they can hold
out.5 having plenty of ammunition,
mbles; and provisions; Several col?
umns.' of. troops' or? on the march to
th?" scene of operations, and it is
thought that,,the,Indians will be se
FINANCIAL AlfJO COMMKRCIA1..
Naw YOBK, September 25-Noon.
Sterling 8%@9. Gold 41%. Flour
5@10o. lower. Corn dull and about
lc. lower. Mess.pork.dull, at28.37??.
Cottomquiet and steady, at 25@.25)2.
7 P. M.-Cotton a shado firmer
sales 1,200 bales, at 25*?. Flour and
wheat heavy, at noon's quotations.
Corn email@example.com>,i. Mess pork 28.30.
Lard-steam 19@19??; kettle 20@
BALTIMORE, September 25.-Cotton
25. i Flour moro active. Wheat firm.
Corn firm, firstname.lastname@example.org. Provisions
CIIABLESTON, September 25.-Cot?
ton in i good demand, improved and
closed-quiet; sales 400 bales-mid?
dlings 22%@23; .receipts 217. .
irregular; sales 135 bales-middlings
closed at 22.
SAVANNAH, September 25.-Cotton
closed quiet, but steady-middlings
22; sales 272 bales; recojpts. of tho
week 5,488.5 . . ? .
NEW ORLEANS, September 25.
Cotton active-middlings 22>?; sales
3,10Q bales; receipts '2,712; receipts
of the week 16,511; stock 30,680.
MODELE, September 25.-Cotton in
good demand, at 21}?, which sellers I
refused; sales 100 bales-middlings ?
LONDON? September 25-3 P. M
Cousola?M^j. Bonds 73>^.
LrvEBi'ooL, September 25-3 P.
M.-Cotton steady ; sales of the week|
67,000 bales; exports 14,000; specu?
lation 6,000; stock 422,000, of which I
126,000 are American; stock afloat|
645,000, of which 8,000 aro American.
LIVERPOOL,. September 25-Even?
ing.-Cotton quiet-uplands 9%d. ;
Orleans 10i?d. ' :
WHAT A REPUBLICAN JOURNAL
TniNK8 OF THE ATROCITIES OF CON
GREss.-Thero is ono Republican
press in Massachusetts, (the New
buryport Herald,) which dares to
print the following of the Recon
struction Acts of Congress, every
word of which is the most solemn
"Words cannot depict the atrocity
of these usurpations.' No Roman
Caesar, no bastard Norman tyrant, no
British Stuart, no prinoe of the
Hoasei of Bourbon, i no despot of
either ancient Or modern times, ever
put forth a mote grasping hand, or
exercised a moro tyrannic sway, than
has this Congress, which calls itself
Republican, in its . treatment of
people who surrendered to our arms
in good faith, and who had a right to
expect that they would no longer be
treated as enemies after the contest
was ended, and who were declared by
General Grant himself, after going
among thom soon after the rebellion,
bo well disposed- toward the Go?
"Under a Government of laws,
certain penalties are proscribed for
offences; and whenever the offender
has suffered tho penalty of the law,
nothing furthor is required of him.
Anything beyond this is oppression
is wanton injustice. But these ini?
quitous schemes must sooner or later
inevitably faiL In what school of
statesmanship has that man been
taught, who thinks that the wealth
and intelligence of a State can be con?
trolled by the poor and ignorant?
No such Government ever did or can
exist, for it is contrary to the course
of nature. You might as well nt
tempt to erect a pyramid with its
apox on the earth and its bose in the
A boiler in a petroleum refinery,
on Prospect and South Eighth
streets, Jersey City, exploded on tho
22d, by the contact of naphtha in the
kettles with tho flame underneath.
Ono man, tho engineer, was killed,
another is missing, and tbreo others
are so badly burned, that they will
noL probable recover. The forco of
thc explosion was sufficient to drivo
a large portion of the building 100
feel in thc air.
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'Report-for-Week, ending Friday, Sept. 25.
: PncBNix OTPI?E, COLVMBLV Bcpt: 26.
The business season in thia article ha?
fairly commenced, and our streets bein;;
crowded \. ith wagons, gives p, moto oheer
tful appearanco to trade than for somo timo I
past. Trices or cotton for tho past week
havft tanged from 20?22?. We quote mid?
dling to ?trict middliug 22@22i, with good
demand. The eales of tho week have boon
217 baiesi as follows: 5 at 204; 18 at 204; 7
nt 20?; 32 at Ul; 15;at 214; 41 .at 21*; 67 at
2li; BO nt 22; . 16 at 22} ; 26 at ?24
All other articles of country produco aro
coming in more ireely and meet with ready
salo, at full prices.
Tlie following buying rates of ?outh Ca?
rolina Bank Notea? la prepared by Gregg,
Palmer & Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camdon.25
Bank Of Charleston. 25
Bank of Chestor...7
Bank of Georgetown. 5
Bank of No wherry. 35
Bank of South Carolina. 8
Bank of State of South Carolina, [old,].. 10
Bank of State of South Carolina, [new,]. 1
Bank of Hamburg. 10
Exchange Bank. ..8
Planters' Bank. 4
Farmera and Exchange Bank. 1
Stato Bauk. 1
South-We8tern Railroad Bank, [old, J-25
Plantera and Mechanics.16
Wholesale Prices Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
THE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES-rcr bushel.1 25 ?1 50
BAGGING-Guunv, per yard.. 25 @ 28
Dundee " ? 30
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 26 ?
N.Y.orWoat." 15? 16
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.. 50?
Countrv, " .. 20 ? 25
BACON-Hama, per lb. 23 ? 21
Sides " . 19 ? 20
Shouldcre, " . 16J? 17'.
BRICKS-Per 1,000.0 00@12 00"
CANDLES-Sperm, por lb_ 37 ? 45
Adamantine, " .. 21.? 22
Tallow, " .. 18 ? 20
COTTON YARN-Per bunch.'. 1 70 ?1 ?JO
COTTON- Strict Middling, pr lb 22*?
Middling, " 22'?
Low Middling, " 20.?
Good Ordinary, " ?
Ordinarv. " ?
CHEESE-English Dairv, per lb 19 (<C 20
ifactorv, * " 19 ? 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 22 ? 26
Laguavra, ". 28 ? 30
Java, ?? _ 37 ? 40
FLOUR-Countrv, per bbl.. .13 00ff?14 00
Northern.14 00? 15 00
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 ?S'J? 1 25
Wheat, '? .2 25?2 50
Oats, " .80 f?90
Peas, " .1 00?1 10
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.124,? 18
Green. " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00? 1 25
LARD-rcr lb.22? 24
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft.. 1 50
Scantling, " .. 1 50
Shingles, per 1,000.. 2 75
LIME-Per bbl.2 70?2 80
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 55?G0
Now Orleans, " 1 00? 1. 25
Sugar House. " .. 75? 1 25
NAILS-Per keg.6 00?7 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. ?2 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 50? 55
Machinery " _ 75@1 U0
POTATOES-Irish, per buahel.l 75?2 00
Sweet, " . 75? SH
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? 12}
East India. . " .
SPECIE-Gold. ,.1 40?
Silver.1 30? 1 35
SHOT, per bag. 8 25?
8ALT-Liverpool, per sack_2 055fi2 75
SOAP-Per lb. 7j? ll
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon 6 00
Brandy, 44 .4 00?12 00
Holland Gin, "...5 00?7OO
American " " ...3 50?1 00
Jamaica Rum, " .. .6 00?7 00
N. E. " " .. .3 5()?8 75
Bourbon Whiskey,. .3 50? 1 50
Monongahela " . .3 75?4 00
Rectified " .. .2 50?2 75
SUGAR-Crushed, pur lb. 18?
Powdered, 14 . 18? ^
Brown. " .12?? 16*
ST.VRCH-Por lb.10? 12}
TEA-Green, per lb.1 00?2 Ol fl
Black, " .1 00@1 50
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.... 50?1 25
Smoking, " .50?1 00
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon... .70? 75
Cider, " _50? 60
French, " . 1 25?1 50
WINE-Champagne, per basket.25?32 00
Port, per gallon.3 00?5 00
Sherry, ?? .3 50fr?6 00
Madeira, " .3 50?6 00
MEATS-Pork, per lb. 15A
Boof, ". 8 ?12*
Mutton, . 12J
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair.
Ducks, ,f .
Chiokcna, " .2?@30
Geeao. " .
Sinco the expulsion of tho colored
members from the Georgia Legisla?
ture, they havo organized themselves
into a "Civil and Political Rights
Association," and issued a call to
thc colored men for a State Conven?
tion. They stato in the call that |
they have been unlawfully driven
from tho General Assembly, their j
rights of citizenship ignored, and
100,000 of taxed voters deprived of j
their right of representation. They,
therefore, call upon tho colored men
in every County, to send delegates to
a Stato Convention, to beheld in tho
city of Macon, on tho first Tues?
day in Ootobor, to determine upon
the be3t course of action for tho]
future, and to invoke Congressional 1
aid in the scourity of their rights.
INCEKDIAUISM. -The stable and
barn of Purvis Alexander (colored)
were burnt on last Friday night, and I
one of his horses perished in the I
flames. Tho fire took placo abouti
half-past 9 o'clock p. m., and it is j
thought by some to have been tho
work of on incendiary. "No clue has j
yet been obtained which will lead to j
the discovery of the dastardly perpe-1
potrator of this foul crime. There is
no man in the community, of any
oharacter, who wonld not assist in
discovering and bringing him to
justice. - ditsier Correspondence York
- . ??. MMM
? Two riots bf consid?rable it
tanco bave occurred 1n the
within the least week-that at Ca?
milla, Ga., on Saturday last, and
that , in New Orleans, on Tuesday
night. Both are legitimate resrdta
of radical reconstruction, which has
established hostility betwen the black
and white races, and has given full
license to the blacks, who are without
discretion, and have no self-restrain?
All this appears in .the history of
the two riots. Tho firing of a pistol
by a drunken man in Camilla, was
enough to excite tho foolish blacks to
fire off their guns at people in the
streets, f?evernl of whom (whites) were
wounded. Of course this provoked
a general attack upon the body of
negroes from which the firing came,
and thoy wero driven off pell-mell
with loss. So, in Now Orleans, be?
cause a man uttered a shout for Sey?
mour and Blair, the negroes in a
procession rush upon him with in?
tent to kill him, and wreak their
vengeance upon a store into which
tho fugitive had retreated. These
two cases closely resemble that of the
black Zouaves of "Washington, who
fired-upou passengers in the streets,
becauso they were startled by a
pistol shot, whether fired by friend
or foe they knew not. These things
have a significance which is not at
all surprising to Southern people,
who understand a negro well. He
has neither judgment nor self-con?
trol. They ought to make an im?
pression upon Northern people, and
teach tho great error they commit?
ted in their congressional policy
touching the negro.
Another fact staring out iu these
riots is the unmitigated atrocity of
tho carpet-baggers, who arc sowing
the seeds of discord in the South
and leading the negroes to their ruin,
lu the affair at Camilla, these wretch?
es were leaders, and countennuced, if
they did not instigate, the marching
of the battalion of blacks into the
town in battle array, armed with
loaded guns. In New Orleaus, the
same class of recreant and depraved
whites were no doubt equally active
in marshaling the black columns
and exciting the unregulated passions
of their simple dupes.
Scenes like these will continuo as
long as tho present political condition
of the South continues. Order and
security cannot be restored until the
whites are completely in authority.
But these riots uud bloodshed,
these fruits of reconstruction, which
ought to damn radicalism, will be
seized upon by the radical leaders
for electioneering purposes. They
will endeavor, knaves as they are, to
take advantage of the consequences
of their own wrong by blaming the
Southern whites and embitteriug the
Northern minds towards them.
FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-As
the funeral procession of Mrs. Carr
was crossing the Erie Railway, on
the 22d, a milo West of the painted
post, the Rochester express came
along, and frightened the horse of a
carriage in which was Mrs. Drake, a
sister of the deceased. She was
thrown on the track, and had both
feet cut off by the pat iing train. A
child of thc deceased was also run
over and literally cut to pieces.
An old . man named Benjamin
Teachout, who is sixty years old, has
been senipned tobe hung on tho 13th
of November next, by the Wyoming
County (New York) Court, for the
murder of his wife. He is a well-to
do farmer and a member of the Bap?
tist Church, but his wife being a con?
firmed invalid, he considered her a
burden, and made way with her by a
course of gradual poisoning.
A Democratic and a Republican
club peaceably occupy the same room
in San Francisco. The transparency
is also in common, one sido bearing
tho names of Seymour and Blair,
ami the other those of the radical
A despatch from Little Rock, Ark.,
"All the post offices between Littlo
Rock nud Washington, Arkansas, a
distance of 120 miles, are closed, in
order to stop the circulation of Cou
UNEXPECTED.-A malo infaut was
boru on the Jersey City ferry-boat
Newark, at five o'clock Sunday morn?
ing. The mother took the child in
her arms, and walked to a livery sta?
ble, where she hired a carriage to
convej' hor home.
Tho citizens of Minnesota aro to
vote on the question of negro suffrage
at tho election in November.
There said to bo more than 100
houses in Fifth Avenue, New York,
that rent for $-10,000 each, a year.
A bursting boiler blew a negro 100
feet in tho air, in Memphis, without
material damago to him.
THE exercises of theColnm
aU*W bia Male School, (at tbe Odd
c|?OBB|fe Fol lows' School Honst-, for
^3?Bmerlv taught bv Rev. F. W.
JSj&T Papo.) will begin" THURSDAY,
' .?r October 1, under the instruc?
tion and management of
Sept 20 stu2_ W. J. LAVAL.
Broad River Bridge.
PROPOSALS for constructing tho Broad
River Bridge will bo received until
SATURDAY >h?'2??h ir.ri.-.r.t.
lin WA RD HOPE, President.
September 16 12
-r~ VlUUl A,-,
ID. tho Marion Street Methodist Church,
Columbia, 8. 0.,.We4ne8dax/?U5 A. M.,),
Seutombor 23,1888, bv Rev.?ldi\L Browne,
Mr, W. Ji LA.VAL to jifias ANNA E. 8.
BABS, all of Columbia, ?To.
rxiHE REGULAR MONllX\Y/TtfEETING
I of thia Union tviJl beTJ? THIS (8a
turday) EVENING, ?t P?mi\lo Engiri?
Houae, at 7 o'clock. Bv irrder M the Pre?
sident. JAifjPS T. WELLS,
Sept SC 1 "Np 8ecro?a'r.v.
AWOMAN who is a gooKOo'ok, Washer
and Ironer, can obtaipm permanent
situation and fair conipon^itiqp* bv apply?
ing immediately at thia infice, ^loferencea
required._ 8opternV.'r 26 1
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Leaaco and Manager_JOHN TEMPLETON.
KEW EVENT I
A great and select amuacmcnt, at the re
qu'.-at of many iufluontial citizeual
Special performances by thc
Of the Charleston and Savannah Theatres,
In Tildi- Select Attractions,
Which have everywhere been witnessed by
L\r.QE AND FASHIONABLE AUDIENCES!
Each performance being of the most refined
and attractive character
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THE STAR OP THE SOUTH!
UNEQUALLED ACTRESS St VOCALIST!
September 20_ G
TOURNAMENT AND BALLT
THERE will be a TOURNAMENT at
Unionville, on TUESDAY, October
]5tb. Young gentlemen from all parla of
the State aro respectfully invited to at-,
tend and take pan in eoiitendiug for til?
prizes. \ /
The Prizes will bey-lst. A Gold Cr?rtvn,
for the Queen of LovKand Beauty. Jo. A
handsome Silver Goblai, with the'privilege
of selecting the First Mkid of Horror. 3d.
A fine Riding Bridle, wiflb thc nrrvilege of
selecting the Second Mai&of Lfbnor. 4th.
A fine Saddle Blanket, wirti ?no privilege
or selecting the Third MaiAbf Honor.
The usual regulations iayegard to dis?
tance and rings will he observed. The
distance must be made,/n teil seconda.
The following gentlemen are requested
to act aa Judges: Colonel Joseph F. Giat,
General W. H. Wallace, Colonel W. C.
Gist. F. H. Bates/John L. Can\on, Dr. A.
W. Thomson, I fcc A. McKnight, \Dr. J. E.
Hix, Colonel If. Macbeth, H. V.Y?iat, Dr.
T. Sumter Mc?ns, Captain W. T. j*. Glenn
and D. C. Gist
Marshals-John R. Smith, R. V. Gist,
D. C. Gist and \Y. T. J. Glenn.
Gentlemen who expect to ride, will be
prompt in sending in their names nnd
initiation fees. The initiation feo will bo
In the EVENING, there will be a GRAND
Address communications to
LEWIS MENG, Sec'y and Treas'r.
September 2(5 1
STOLEN out of my Stable, on
rrj?ir the night of the 23d September, a
/fll DARK CREAM MARE, four years
old last March; black mane and tail, right
hip lower than the other, tolerable low ia
order. Supposed to be stolen by a white
man, dark complected and badly knock
kneed It is thought that he bas gone to?
WILLIAM S. MIMS,
George's Station, South Carolina R. R.
Sept 25 _6
ASPLENDID Campaign Book. Agents
wanted to aell the heat Democratic
Campaign Book in the field. Containa
biographies of SEYMOUR, BLAIR, and
other leading Democratic etateamen, as
wall aa a complete history of the party.
Illustrated by portraits. Recommended
by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. Hancock, and
others, aa tho most valuable political text?
book published. Address ,
D. APPLETON k CO.,
Sept 25 3_Publishers. New York.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on
COTTON consigned to JAMES W.
TR ASK, New York, bv applying to
September IC 85_E. A G.J). HOPE.
Scrofula., or ICIng'* Evil, is cured by
iisinjr Heinitah'a Queen's Delight.
"1 tT\ BOXES TOBACCO for sale low.
JLVj GREGG, PALMER & CO.
Sept 22 _____
Blue Stone and Copperas.
1r\f\t~\ LBS. BLUE STONE,
.\J\J\J 2,0C0 1ba. Copperas.
Juat received and for sale bv
Sept 2* ? _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
THE LUCIUS PLANTATION, being a
part of the catato of J. C. Doby,
twenty miloa due Eaat from Columbia, on
West side of Watoreo River, adjoining
Mrs. Harriet English's.
There are 1,000 acres of River L.'.IKIS, all
cleared, 200 of which arc Neck's, pioduc
iug fifty bushels of corn or a halo of cot?
ton per acre. A very large Dortion being
fertile and safe from freshets. Thero are
also 200 acres of good Uplands, all under
fence. No improvement bnt a largo Resi?
dence and Negro Quarter. Will rent for
two years for a stated sum, or would pre?
fer improvements made on the placa in
atead. Apply to J. M. DAVIS,
Camden, S. C.
Juhn Mccaskill, in tho neighborhood,
will show the landa._Sept 22 jG*
The Undersigned, having sold bia entire
interest in tho Hotel known aa the "NICK
ERSON HOUSE," in Columbia, 8. C.,
would take great ploaeuro in recommend?
ing bia friends to continuo their patronago
to the new Proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT baa had charge of the
Hotel for rae, for a year paat, aud will
continue to have tho entire management
if the Hotel, under the new arrangement.
I feel aeH".red that tho House will main?
tain its fonnor reputation a? a flrst-olasB
I Hotol. T. 8. NI0KER80N.
I COLVMBTA, 8. C.. Septembe r 1, 1808.
I September 10
Large and Attractive Sale.
L. CARR, AUCTIONEER.
nRHIS. (Saturday) EVEN INO, tho ^20th
X instant. I will eell, at; my Store. ?
large and Wi -elected STOCK. OF GOODS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hate,
Shoes,' Boots, Dry Goods, Hosiery, Sus
Sondere, Collars, Shirts, Hoop Skirts,
.rawers, Pistols, Towels, Table-Clothe,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, Under?
shirts, Tobacco, Cotton Cards, Knives and
Combs-all warranted frosh, sound and
A largo lot of WATCHES AND JEWEL?
SAVE YOUR MONEY, as bargains may
bo expected. L. CARR,
Auction and Commission Morchant,
Corner Markot and Assembly streets.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
William B. W. L. Hicks and Nownan
Hicks, vs. William T. Walter, Executor,
IN pursuance of the decretal order, in tho
above stated case, I will sell, before tho
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October next, the following
real estate, in tho city of Columbia:
All that lot of LAND, with the buildings I
thereon, situatod at the corner of Senate
and Lincoln streets, bounded on the North |
by Senate street, East by Parish and D.
G. Thompson, South by Lands late of B.
Reilly, deceased; West "by Lincoln street. I
The promises will bo sub-divided into lots
to suit purchasers.
TERMS OF SALE.-So much cash as w ill |
! pay coats and charges of suit, and ex?
penses of sale; balanco on a credit of three
years, seoured by bond and mortgago and
personal security. Interest only payable
semi-annually. 'Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers and atamps.
D. B. DESAUSSUBE,
Sept 12 awG_C. E; R. D.
Carl Kopff and Jervey vs. Thomas Sligh
and W. A. Sligh.
"TN pursuance of the decretal order, in tho
y'l above atated case, I will sell, before tho
f Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October next.
All that tract of LAND on the North?
west prong of Crano Creek, in Richland I
District, containing 175 acroa ot Land,
moro or less, bounded on tho North by
landa of the aaid W. H. Sligh, West by
Lauds of C. Boyle, on tho East by Landa
of G. W. Smith", on tho South by Landa of
TERMS.-Sufficient cash to pay tho coat
of auit and sale, balanco on a credit of one,
two and throe years, aecured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaeor to pav for stamps,
papera, Ac. D. B. DKSA?SSURE, -
Sept 5 awS_. C. E. R. D.
' Commissioner's Sale.
Lewia M. Gillern vs. James G. Gibbea, Ad?
ministrator, Elizabeth C. Starling.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, in |
tho above atated case, I will soil, before
tho Court House, in Columbia, on tho
FI HST MONDAY in October next,
AU that lot of LAND, in tho city of Co?
lumbia, with the Buildings thereon,
bounded on the East by Richardson atroct,
on South by Lota of P. M. Johnson and
M. Hertzog, Weat bv Lot belonging to
tho heirs of J. T. Fleming, and on tho
? North by Michael Welch's lot-tho Lot
being one-quarter of au aero, moro or lesa.
1 TERMS.-Sufficient cash to pay one-third |
of the debt and costa of suit and sale.
Balance in ono year, secured by bond and j
mortgage. Purchaser to pav for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSUBE.
Sept 5 sw8_C. E. It. D.
Heney Davis .DJ*,.Moultrie Gibbes.
IN pursuance of the d?cr?tai orderen thc
above stated'enso, I will aell, before the I
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October next,
All thai PLANTATION in Richland Dis-.,
trict. on Crano Cr.eek, hounded North' by j
Landa of Solora an L?rick and Harmon
Coon, East by Solomau Loriok, South by I
Harmon Coon, Weat by Laud of John W.
L?rick; containing 500 acree more or lees.
I All that Tract of LAND, adjoining tho I
above tract, containing 571j acres, moro or |
lesa, known as tho bharp tract, on the
waters of Crane Creek, bounded by lands
of W. M. Gibbes. Swygert, R. L?rick, Ivcy,
Moore and Locklear.
TERMS.-One-third cash, balance on a |
credit of ono and two years, aecured by
bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay for ]
papers, stamps, Ac.
D. B. DBSAUSSUBE,
Sept 5 sw8_ ^?iJ?i.
John H. Kinbler rs. C. B. Williamson and |
Charlea A. Abell.
IN pursuanco of tho decretal order, in I
the above stated case, I will soil, before
thc Court House, in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in October,
All that tract of LAND in Richland Dis?
trict, containing 207 acree, hoing part of a
tract originally granted to Zachariah Kirk?
land and Alexander Kennedy, October 7,
1793. un Crime Creek, waters of Broad
River, and conveyed to C. B. Williamaon
by D. H. Rut!; situated partly in Fairfield
District but principally iu Richland Dis?
TERMS.-Sufficient cash to pay coat- of
auit and aalo, balanco on a. credit of ono
year, secured by bond and personal secu?
rity and mortgage of premises. Purchaser
to pav for papera, stamps, Ac.
D. B. DESAUSSUBE,
Sept 5 PWS_C. E. R. D.
John Davis VS. M. J. Townsend, Adminis?
tratrix, et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order, Juno
27, 1868, in the above stated caao, I will
sell, before the Court House, in Columbia,
on tho FIRST MONDAY iu Ootobor next,
All that tract of LAND situate in Rich?
land District, containing 57j aerea, more
or 1068, bounded on tho North by Land
belonging to tho estate of B. F. Taylor,
deceased; on the East by Laud sold to S.
Townaeud, by said Davis, formerly belong?
ing to catato of B. F.Taylor; on tho South
by tho South Carolina Railroad.
A TRACT of 171J acres, adjoining tho
abo\ e, bounded South by the South Caro?
lina Railroad Company, on tho East by
Land formerly of George Davis, on tho
Weat by Tract above described.
Tho Tract first above described will be
sold for sufficient cash to pay a note of
$844 82, with interest from Jnno 15, 1868;
balance on a credit of ono aud two years.
Tho second Tract for caah enough to pay
costa of suit and ?ale, and one-half tho
balanco of tho debt and interest; balanco
on a credit of one year, aecured by bond
and mortgage Purohaser to pay for
stamps, papers, Ac.
v ' D. B. DES?UP8UR?;
Sept 5 aw8 C. E. R. D.
Mary A. Dougherty, Executrix, ts, A. It.
rt pursuance of the decretal order, in
tho above stated caso, I will soil, boforo
the ponrt Houao, in Columbia, on tba
?IBBT MONDAY In October next,'
All that l?t ot LAND situate in tho city
of Columbia, containing 2 acree, moro or
lees, bounded on tho East by Wayne street,
on the West by tho other half of tho same
square, on the North by Medium Btreet, on
tho South by Greon et root.
TERMS.-Sufficient cash to'pay tho ex?
penses of suit .\ndHale, balance on a credit
of twelvo months, secured by bond and.
mortgage Purchaser td pay forpapors,1
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE.
Sept S aw8 O. E. B..D.
R. N. Lewis rs. M. J. Townsend, Adminis?
tratrix, cl ttl.
"TN pursuance of tho decretal order of bia
X Honor Chancellor Lescane, Juno 27,
1808, I will sell, before tho Court Houao, in
Columbia, ou the FIRST MONDAY in Oc?
All that tract of LAND situate in Rich?
land District, adjoining the city of Colum?
bia, bounded North by Lowor Boundary
street, East by Land formerly owned by
R. N. Lewis, now by John Fielding ana
John Davis; South by Lands of tho estate
of B. F. Taylor, deceased; Wc8t by Land
of Dr. Howe,.containing acres, more
TERMS.-Enough cash to pay the debt of
?1,121.30, and interest, and tho costs of
suit and sale; balanco on a credit of ono
and two yoars,'secured by bond and mort?
gage. Purchaser to- pay . for. papers,
stamps. &c. D. B. DaSADSSDRE,
Sept5aw8 r ? O.^. B.D.
THIS: institution is located
in Due Wast, eleven miles
iNorth of Abbevillo C; H.,,and
[four miles fr?niDonnald's Do
pot, on the Greenville and.Co?
lumbia Railroad. The country
j is healthy, the community moral and in?
telligent, and tho temptations to idleness
and vico few, compared with those that
exist in towns and cities. -
' Tho government of tho College is pa
I rental and mild, tho course of study full,
and strict attention to tho exercises of the
t recitation room ia required.
Tho session opens on tho FIRST MON?
DAY of OCTOBER and closes on tho
SECOND WEDNESDAY of JULY.
THUMS ron TUE COLLEGIATE YEAR.
Boarding, por month.12
Washing, Fuel and Lights, about.20
Contingent Feo..j 3
Thoao payments are in currency, and
are required at tho beginning and middle
of the eol logia to year, in advance.
For further information:apply to Rev.
R. C. GRIER, of tho Faoulty.
JAMES P. PBESSLY, .
Socrctary Board of Trtiatoea.
Sept 10 al
Carolina Educational ?netitut?,
BOARDING ANI> PAY SCHOOL
F O Ii Y L
MESDAMES A^GIRARD AND SLJBTDOW
THE EXERCISES .of this
School willJucreeumed (D.V.)
|6n THUB?DAY, October IB?,
fthe hifi?^?r English and Mathe
lopartmonts being in
fgo oY Mr. G. W. ALEXAN
katning information in
[to reduced. terms, &0" apply to
MADAJME A. GIRARD,
September 15 ff) CbarlcBt?n, S. C.
University bf South Carolina.
< COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE nexf Session will begin
on tho first MONDAY in Octo
|ber. Thia Univereity ofiers
lavery advantage for thorough
training in the Literary and
Scientific branches, and in the
Schools of Law aud Medicine.
The aggregate expenses for tho Session
of nine mouths aro-For a Student tn
throe Literary or Scientific Schools, about
$290; for a Stndent in Law, about *280:.
and, for a full course in tho Medical
School, about $370. Theso Bums include
fees for tuition and use of library, board,
room-rent, fuel, lights and washing.
For Catalogues, or further information,
addroaa Rev. C. BRUCE WALKER. Secre?
tary of Faculty. R. W. BARNWELL,
. July IG t Chairman of Faculty.
Pall and Winter of 1868.
__' FALL jg
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
tar FOR cAsn.-ffa
m fsa mm
R. & W. C. SWAFFiELD,
House and Lot for Sale or Rent.
mTHE laTgo BRICK HOUSE, on the
corner of Marion and Laurel streets,
formerly the residence i-f J. .-no DeBluhl.
Possession given the first of October. ^ For
particulars, address JOHN S. WILEY,
Sept 1 +13* Spartanburg 0. H., s. C.