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LONDON, September SO.'-Joseph
E. and Manuel Conoha bare pro?
nounoed for revolution. The people
of Madrid and tbe garrison followed.
r tfhe Queen's wtutuo waa dragged
through Madrid by the rebels.
WASHINGTON, September 80.--Tho
political row at Lancaster, Pa., lasted
several hours. The people olosed
their stores. Many persons are hurt.
The Commissioners of Registra?
tion, in Tennessee, are under bail for
The Catholic Diocese of New York,
prohibits ohnroh pic nies, spiritual?
ism, planchette and animal magnet?
Further proceedings against Sur
ratt are improbable.
Internal revenue receipts to-day,
Gen. Blair is here, but declines a
demonstration. He departs West?
RICHMOND, September 80.-Jns. K.
Caskie. a prominpnt. t^bnooo mer?
chant, died to-day.
URBANA, OHIO, September 30.
Ten oars was burned by an explosion
in the first car. It was supposed to
contain nitro-glycerine. A privat?
house, one-quarter of a mile from
the wreck, was demolished by the
FINANCIAL. AND C?MMKKCIAL.
COLUMBIA, September 30.--Sales of
cotton to-day 85 bales-middlings
NEW YOBK, September 30-Noon.
Gold 41^. Flour 10@15c. lower.
Wheat 2@3o. lower. Corn lc. lower.
Provisions unchanged. Cotton firm
and quiet, at 2G.
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer, but less
active-sales 1,800 bales, at 26@
26>?. Provisions dull. Gold 40>?.
BALTIMORE, Sepember 30.-Cotton
263 o. Flour in better demand.
Wheat 2.50. Provisions firm.
NEW ORLEANS, September 30.
Cotton advanced-middlings 23*4;
sales 2,500 bales. Gold 40. Flour
6.74. Corn 94. Mess pork 30.50.
Bacon-shoulders 12%; clear sides
16)?. Lard-tierce 19J?; keg 21>?.
MOBILE, September 30.-Cotton
market closed quiet, with sales of 300
bales; receipts 696-middlings 23.
AUGUSTA, September 30.-Cotton
market active; sales 457 bales-mid?
SAVANNAH, September 30.-Cotton
opened firm and closed active, with
an advance-middlings 24<J-^@25;
sales 410 bales.
CHARLESTON, September 80.-Cot?
ton aetive and advanced )?@lc. ;
sales 450 bales; receipts 541-mid?
CHARLESTON, September 30.-Ar?
rived-steamer Prometheus, Phila?
delphia; schooners Hurst Thomas,
and C. S. Bayle, New York.
LIVERPOOL, September 3U-3 P. M.
Cotton continues buoyant.
LIVERPOOL, September 30-Even?
ing.-Cotton active and advancing
uplands 10??@10V?; Orleans 10%;
sales 15,000 boles.
A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR.-It was
reported in our city yesterday, by
Mr. Israel Thomas, of Brunswick
1%, County, that a mule and buggy was
found by a negro, on Monday night,
in a lonely place on the Brunswick
road, ten or twelve miles from this
place. The mule was detached from
the buggy, and the harness broken.
In the buggy, an over-coat, a carpet
Y bag containing a quantity of clothes,
and a number of salted fish were
found. The negro brought the mule
and conveyance to the city.
As this spot is quite an out-of-the
way place, a suspicion of some foul
play is naturally created. Major
Reilly, at tho ferry here, recollects a
whito man crossing iu this buggy,
and with the same mule, about three
weeks ago, bound, it is thought, on
a peddling tour along thc coast. It
may have been that ho had about his
person quito a sum of money, for
which he may have been murdered.
The affair is yet in doubt. It may,
perhaps, be cleared up in a few days,
either by confirmation of suspicions
or tho discovery of tho missing man.
[ Wilmington Star.
SAD OCCURRENCE.-It becomes our
painful duty to record another dis?
tressing casualty. On Monday last,
at Ninety-Six, Mr. Bozeinan, while,
engaged at his saw mill, was crushed
by a heavy log rolling upon him, and
instantly killed. Ho leaves a young
wifo and threo children to mourn his
Mr. Alexander Stevenson, au old
and respected citizen of this District,
died at his residence, fivo miles from
the village, on Saturday last.
COLORED MAN SHOT.-Wo under?
stand that ono Patrick Johnson shot
and very seriously wounded a colored
man, for no other cause thau his re?
fusal to say whether ho was a radical
or Democrat. This happened near
Belair, last night. A warrant for
Johnson was issued, but ho made his
oscapo. Wo sincerely trust that tho
timo is not far distant when these out?
laws will recoivo tho punishment thoy
so richly dosorve.
[National (Ga.) Republican.
, - Ml
A Nsw AND 8TAITTI?I??O EXCITEMENT.
AH the excitement of the political
campaign ia likely to be Boon eclipsed
by tho startling disclosures about tho
revenue frauds. -President Johnson
has commenced in earnest to investi?
gate lb ese stupendous frauds of a
hundred millions or more, and no
doubt there will be a terrible shaking
up of the whole rotten system, in?
volving high and low officials, from
the Secretary of the Treasury, Com?
missioner of Internal Reveuue and
members of Congress down to the
inspectors, assessors, collectors and
district attorneys. It will be an
earthquake to the office-holders, and
we may look out for tho greatest
havoc among the internal revenue
thieves and rascals.
ROTTEN CORN AND COTTON.-Wei
hear of considerable complaint among |
our farmers of rotten corn and cot?
ton. The rot in cotton is confined I
principally to that crop known asl
Zipporah. One of our planters in-1
forms us that ho gathered a load of |
corn a few days ago, and at least one
fourth of it was rotten. Should this I
prevail to any extent, our corn crop
will fall much shorter than was anti?
cipated. The complaint is not local |
but general, but wo have not been
able to learn whether or not in so I
great a proportion, as in the cose
above stated.-Marion Star.
EXAGGERATION.-The press vt tho
North comment freely on the Camilla
riot in Georgia, and more or less each
side is biased by its partisan feelings;
but the recklessness of statement by
some of the leading radical journals,
is incomprehensible. For instance,
the New York Commercial says of the
unfortunate negroes, who were by
selfish emissaries drawn into making
nn armed demonstration at a Repub?
lican meeting, that "thirty-five were
killed and upwards of a hundred
wounded." Now tho official report
of Major Howard, of both killed and
wounded, numbers only somo thirty
five, three being other than freed?
men. Sensational stories as to hunt?
ing with dogs, kc, are also added, as
coming from alarmed freedmen, and
taken ns Gospel.
The Conference of the M. E.
Church for Marion District, met at
Marion Court House yesterday.
Candles and Soap.
-I r\r\ BOXES ADAMANTINE AND
JLVjV_J SP KUM CANDLES,
75 boxea Superfine Washing ami Toilet
Soaps. For salo low bv
September 10_E. A G. D. HOPE.
Clf\(\ BARRELS and bags CHOICE
FAMILY FLOUR, some of
which is superior to any in market.
For sale low bv
September lfi J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Russia Gin Bristles,
DRESSED and undressed, for sale by
FISHER A- LOWRANCE.
Salt, Salt, Salt.
CAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, ex
OUU tra largo size, on band and for
salo, AT REDUCED PRICES, bv
Sept 20_J. A T. It. AGNEW.
?) TIERCES OF PRIME CAROLINA
?5 RICE. For sale low for cash.
August 8 FISHER tc LOWRANCE.
Fresh Country Butter.
FOR SALE BY
Aug 27 FISHER tc LOWRANCE.
S)f\(\ CHOICE Canvassed HAMS, just |
?\J\r received and for salo low by
Sept 24 J. tc T. R. AGNEW.
Sugars and Coffee.
"I (\ FIHDS. PORTO RICO SUGARS,
JLVJ 50 bbls. Refined Sugars,
75 bags Rio Coffee, all grades,
15 bags Java and Laguavra Coffee.
For sale low by E. A." G. D. HOPE.
University of South Carolina.
co LUM n i A, s. c.
yf^^ THE next Session will begin
aiw^ on thc first MONDAY in Octn
fcui|r|fiy#ber. This University oilers
^?fftj?*ivi. ry advantage for thorough
JEsj?^ training in the Literary and
T Scientific branches, and in the
Schools of Law and Medicine.
Tho aggregate expenses for the Session
of iiin? months are -For a Student in
three Literary or Scientific Scheols, about
$200; for a Student in Law, about $280;
and, for a full course in the Medical
School, about $370. These BUtUS iiiuiud?
fees for tuition und uso of library, board,
room-rent, fuel, hglus and washing.
For Catalogues, or further information,
address Rev. C. BRUCE WALKER. Secre?
tary of Faculty. it. W. BARNWELL,
July Ifl } Chairman oj Faculty.
DRS. REYNOLDS &
flgdSgg REYNOLDS uro pro
-^-QTYTP pared to furnish ARTI?
FICIAL TEETH on a larger scale
than heretofore, aud at rates much
below tho usual charges.
Their recent improvement, lately
patented, constitutes tho highest
order of art in this speciality, nud is
fully warranted. Dentures con?
structed by this process possess many
advantages over gold plato work, and
can bo supplied at about half tho cost
of tho latter.
An examination of specimens,
especially by thoso having experience
lin snob matters, is respectfully invit?
ed. Ordinary VULCANITE RUB?
BER SETS 825. Thc samo, strength?
ened by gold bands, 885. Terms
cash. April 80 % 1
GRE GrCr'S HALL.
I COLUMBIA, S. C.
Lesseo and Manager. .*. .JOHN TEMPLETON.
i KEW EVENT!
! A groat and aeleot amusement, at thc re?
.quest of many influential citizen*!
Special performances by the
Of the Charleston and Savannalt T?ieatres,
In Their Select Attractions,
Which have everywhere been witnessed by
LABOE ANO FASHIONABLE AUDIENCES!
Each performance being of Hie most refined
awl attractive character
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THE STAR. OF THE SOUTHL
UNEQUALLED ACTRESS & VOCALISTl
The undersigned, having sold his entiro
interest in tho Hotol known as tho "NICK
ERo?N HOUSE," in Columbia, 8. C.,
would take groat pleasure in recommend?
ing bis friends lo continuo their patronago
to tho new Proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT has had charge of tho
Hotol for mo, for a year past, and will
continuo to havo tho ontiro management
cf tho Hotel, under tho now arrangement.
I fool assnrod that tho House will main?
tain its former reputation as a first-class
Hotol. T. S. NICKERSON.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1, 18G8.
Pall and Winter of 1868.
Furnishing Goo ds,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
?-FOR CASH. -S?
R. & W. C. SWAFFiELD,
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
NOTICE is hereby given that applica
cation will ho made, in three months
from this dato, at tho State Treasury, for
a renewal of Certificate of Stato Stock,
No. 62, dated November 27, 1867, to U. B.
Mills, or assigns-tho original of which
has been lost or destroyed.
It. B. MILLS.
AUGUST L 1808._Aug 7 fm2G
Seed Rye and Oats.
FOR SALE BY
Aug 29 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
THE LUCIUS PLANTATION, being a
part of tho ostato of J. C. Dohy,
twenty miles duo East from Columbia, on
West side of Watoroo River, adjoining
Mrs. Harriet English's.
Thero aro 1,000 acres of River Lands, all
cleared, 200 of which are Neck's, produc?
ing fifty bushels of corn or a hale of cot?
ton per acre. A very large portion being
fertile and safe from freshets. There aro
also 200 acres of good Uplands, all under
fence. No improvement hut a largo Resi?
dence and Negro Quarter. Will rout for
two years for a stated sum, or would pre?
fer Improvements made on tbe place in?
stead. Apply to J. M. DAVIS,
Camden, S. C.
John Mccaskill, in the neighborhood,
will show t he lands._Sept 22 JO*
Alargo lot or second-handed .SILVF.lt
Old GOLD and SILVEH. At
Sopt 30_L BULZBAOHER'8.
3ROOMS, Kitchon and Pantry, Water
and Gas. Kent low. Possession on
tho first of October. Apply at this office.
HY MRS. M. W. STRATTON, '
CORNER Gervais and Assembly street??,
Columbia. S. C. Convenient to tho
Greenville ana Charleston Railroads, and
tho business portion of tho city.
Rates of transient board-$2 per day.
Lodgings can bo obtained with or with?
out meals, at any time. Sept 30 Sm
I ??> HAVING purchased the stock of the
WDjlato Mr. F. Zestorilotb, on Vr??hinton
W? street, I havo rc-oponed his SALOON.
I will keep on hand' tho finest assortment
of WINES, LIQUORS and 8EGAR8. Fresh
LAGER on draught. Tho public will pleaso
give rac a call. W. STIEGLITZ.
?-FREE LUNCH'S* will be served
from ll to 1,_ Sept 4
Dillon's Cotton Ties.
AFULL Bupply of DILLON'S IRON
COTTON TIE8 constantly on hand
and for salo low, at wholesalo and retail,
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
FRESH-MUSHROOM, Cream, Edin?
burgh, Butter, Jumbles, Gingor Snape,
Soda, Ac, for salo by
Sept 18_GEORGE SYMMERS.
jr^r-rrv FACTOR AND COMMIS-YVW
-^?UflSION MERCHANT, 102 Easton*
HSBKBay, Charleston, S. C. ISrHzzJ
Particular attention given to tho salo
and shipping of Sea Island and Upland
Liberal advances made on consignments
for salo in this market, or for shipment.
New Bay Mackerel.
QA WHOLE AND HALF BARRELS
0\J NEW MACKEREL, for salo low by
Sept 17_E. A G. D. HOPE.
CjCiCi POUNDS COTTON GIN BRIS
Jii\J\J TLE8, just received and for salo
by J. ct T. R. AGNEW
Axes, Axes, Axes.
-| r\f \ DOZEN best warranted AXES,
Wj\J just received and for sale low, at
wholesale and retail, by
Sopt 25_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Smoked Tongues, &c.
JUST received, Extra New York Smoked
Fulton Market SPICED BEEF,
PIG HAMS, uncanvasscd, very fine.
For sale low by GEO. SYMMERS.
J?ept 25_ _
f f\i\ REAMS Grocer's WRAPPING
Wj\ I PAPER for salo at Now York
prices. E. St G.,D. HOPE.
House and Lot for Sale or Rent.
I THE largo BRICK HOUSE, on tho
Xi?coruer of Marion and Laurel streets,
formerly tho residence of Jesse Debi nhl.
Possession given tho llrstof October. For
particulars, address JOHN S. WILEY,
Sept 4 tl3? Spartauburg C. H., S. C.
Irish Potatoes, &c.
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT AND FOR
25 bids. NORTHERN POTATOES,
15 bbls. Hocker's Solf-Raising Flour,
25 bbls. Sugars, assorted grados,
Fresh Canned Tomatoes, Salmon, Oys?
ters, Pino Apples, .ve.
A full Bupplv of tiloso extra Now York
SUGAR-CURED HAMS and BREAKFAST
And Milk Biscuits, at G. DIERCKS'.
Sept 17 _
NEW MACKEREL, in whole, half and
quarter barrels and kits, just received
and for salo by_J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips,
AND FINE GOSHEN CHEESE,
at G. DIERCKS.
Sugars on hand._July 18
" HENRY TAHLR,
FRENCH PAINTER. HOUSE I
gtPAINTING and Decorating, Paper
^Hanging, fte., executed with!
" neatness and despatch.
PLASTERING and general Honso Re?
pairing. Office on Boundary street, one
square East of Main._July 26
BBL8. SODA BISCUIT.
" Ginger Schnapps.
" Bnttor Crackers.
Also, Fancy Crackers, Egg Biscuit,
Croam Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, &o., for j
sale by _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
If You Want
TO BE SUITED WITH A GOOD PAIR OF
GLASSES go to
Sign of Green Spools Main street.
If You Wish
A GOOD WATCH OR CLOCK go to
Sign of Green Specks, Main street.
If You Desire
ANY GOOD JEWELRY OR SILVERWARE
go to ISAAC SULZBACHER,
Sign of Green Specks, Main sti Jot.
Ford's Excelsior Magic Salve
CAN BE HAD OF ANY DRUGGIST.
FORD'S STOMACH BITTERS
CAN BE PROCURED AT
K. K. JACKSON'S Drug Store.
Price-Ono Dollar; six for Fivo Dollars.
.5" SPECIAL TKHMS TO DEALERS. '"?u
FORD & CO.,
No. 1 Pine Street, Augusta, Ga.
POST OFFICE POX, 45.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, jg cured hy
nsiug Heinit?h's Qucon's Delight.
Cottage, Furniture, dec.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On FRIDAY MORNING next, October 2d,
I#will Mtti at my atoro, sundry articles
of Furniture, among which aro two very
handsome bod-room Botts, consiatiog of
Table, Towel Back,
And five Chairs, (each,)
1 fine large Wired Safe,
1 Walnut Hat Troo,
Refrigerator^ largo Drawing Tablo,
Small Drawing Table, Cooking and
Office Stoves, Chest of Carpenter's
10 boxes fino Chowing Tobacco,
500 pounds Smoking Tobacco,
3 fine Pistols, 1 Carbine, Ac.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
William B. W. L. Hicks and Newnan
Hicks. William T. Walter, Executor,
el al. '
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, in tho
above stated case, I will sell, beforo tho
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October next, tho following
real estato, in tho oitv of Columbia*
All that lot of LAND, with tho buildingB
thereon, situated at the corner of Senato
and Lincoln streets, bounded on tho North
by Senate street, East by Parish and D.
G. Thompson, South by Lands late of B.
Reilly, deceased; West "by Lincoln streol.
Tho premJecB will bo sub-divided into lots
to snit purchasers.
TERMS OF SALK.-SO much cash aa will
pay costB and charges of suit, and ex?
penses of salo; balance on a credit of three
years, secured by bond and mortgago and
personal security. Interest only payable
semi-annually. Purchasers to pay for pa?
pers and stamps.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Sopt 12 BWG_O. E. R. D.
Carl Kopff and Jervoy vs. Thomas Sligh
and W. A. Sligh.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, in the
above stated caso, I wiB sell, beforo thc
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October noxt.
All that tract of LAND on tho North?
west prong of Crano Creek, in Richland
District, containing 175 acres ot Lands
moro or less, bounded on tho North by
lands of tho said W. H. Sligh, West by
Lands of C. Boyle, on tho East by Lands
of G. W. Smith, on tho South by Lands of
TERMS*-Sufficient cash to pay tho cost
of suit and sale, balance on a credit of one.
two and thrco years, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaser to pay for stamps,
papers, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Sept 5 sw8_C. E. R. D.
Lewis M. Gillern vs. James G. Gibbes, Ad?
ministrator, Elizabeth C. Starling.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, in
Gio above stated case, I will sell, before
tho Court House, in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in October next,
All that lot of LAND, in the city of Co?
lumbia, with the Buildings thoreon,
bounded on tho EaBt by Richardson street,
on South by Lota of P. M. Johnson and
M. Hertzog, West by Lot belonging to
tho heira of J. T. Fleming, and on tho
North by Michael Welch's lot-tho Lot
being one-quarter of an acre, moro or leas.
TERMS.- Sufficient cash to pay one-third
of tho dobt and costs of suit and salo.
Balanco in ono yoar, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaser to pay for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Sept 5 sw8_C. E. It. D.
Henry Davis vs. Moultrie GibboB.
IN pursuance of the decretal order, in tho
abovo stated case, I will sell, before tho
Court House, in Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in October next,
All that PLANTATION ia Richland Dis?
trict, on Crano Creek, hounded North by
Lauds of Soloman L?rick and Harmon
Coon, East by Soloman L?rick, South by
Harmon Coon, West by Land of John W.
L?rick; containing 500 acres moro or less.
All that Tract of LAND, adjoining tho
abovo tract, containing 5714 acres, moro or
less, known as tho Sharp tract, on tho
waters of Crane Creek, bounded by lands
of W. M. Gibbes. Swygert, R. L?rick, Ivey,
Mooro and Locklcar.
TERMS.-One-third cash, balanco on
credit of one and two years, secured by
bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay for
papers, atanips, Ac.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
_SeptJ^sw8_C. E. R. D.
John H. Kinaler rs. C. B. Williamson and
Charles A. Abell.
IN purauanco of tho decretal order, iii
tho abovo stated case, I will sell, beforo
tho Court House, in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in Octobor,
All that tract of LAND in Richland Dis?
trict, containing 207 acres, being part of a
tract originally granted to Zachariah Kirk?
land and Alexander Kennedy, Octobor 7t
1793. on Crane C,-cck, waters of Broad
River, and conveyed tn C. B. Williamson
by D. H. Ruft'; situated partly in Fairfiold
District but principally in Richland Dis?
TERMS.-Sufficient cash to pay costs of
suit and sale, balance on a credit of one
year, secured by bond and personal secu?
rity and mortgage of premises. Purchaser
to pav for papers, stamps, Ac.
D. li. DESAUSSURE,
Sept 5 BW8 C. K. li. 1).
John Davis vs. M. J. Townsond, Adminis?
tratrix, et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order, Juno
27, 1H(!S, in the abovo stated ease, I will
sell, before the Court House, in Columbia,
on tin? FIRST MONDAY in October next,
All that tract ot LAND situate in Rich ?
land District, containing 57j acres, more
or less, bounded on the North by Land
belonging to the estato of B. F. Taylor,
deceased; on the East by Land sold to S.
Townsend, by said Davis, formerly belong?
ing to estate of B. F. Taylor; on the South
by tho South Carolina Railroad.
A TRACT of 171* acres, adjoining the
abovo, bounded South by tho South Caro?
lina Railroad ?pmpany, on tho East by
Land formerly of George Davis, on tho
West by Tract abovo described.
Tho Tract flrat above described will be
sold for sufficient cash to nay a note of
?814 ?2, with interest from June 15, IMS;
balanco on a crodit of ono and two roars.
The second Tract for cash onough to pay
coats of snit and Hale, and one-half the
balance of the debt and interest; balanco
on a credit of ouo year, secured by bond
and mortgage Purchaser to pay for
stamps, paliers, Ac.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Sept 5 sw8 C. E. R. D.
It. N. Lowie ta. M. J. Townsend, Adminis?
tratrix, et al.
IN pursuance ot thjo decretal order ol his
HTonor Chancellor L??esne, June 27,
1868, I will sell, bc foro tho Conrt Honso, in
Columbia, on the FIRST MONDAY in oc?
All that tract cf LAND situate in Rich?
land District, adjoining tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded North by Lower Boundary
street, East by Land formerly owned by
R. N. Lewie, now hy John Fielding and
John Davis; South by Lands of the estate
of B. F. Taylor, deceased; Wost by Land
of Dr. Howe, containing acres, moro
TERMS.-Enough cash to pay the debt of
?1,121.30, and interest, ana tho costa of
suit and sale; balanco on a crodit of ono
and two years, secured by bond and mort,
gago. Purchaser to pay for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSS?RE,
__8opt 5_sw8__Q. E. R. D.
Tho Theological Seminary of tho Evange?
lical Lutheran Church of South Caroli?
na and adjacent States vs. Mary A.
Blanding, Executrix cf Strubel Bland?
ina, deceased. Bill for relief.
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in
this case, tho Creditors of the Estate
of Shubol Blanding, deceased, aro horehy
required to rendor and provo their de?
mands before rn? or tcforc th? lol o?
October noxt. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
July 9, 18?8. C. E. R. D.
BY virtue of sundry writB vt fieri facias.
to me directed, I will sell, on tho
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in Octo?
ber noxt, in front of the Court House, in
Columbia, within the legal hours, tho fol?
lowing property, viz:
28G acros of LAND, in Riohland County,
bounded on the North and North-west bj
Lands of JohnD. Frost, on the North-east
by Lands of Gustavus Hoofer, on tho South
by Lands of William Douglas, and on the
South-west by Land? formerly owned by
Dr. John H. Bot-1 wright. Levied on as thc
property of Peter W. Kraft, at tho suit ol
Charles Brown, el al., vs. Peter W. Kraft.
A tract of Land, containing 1,000 acree,
moro or less, in Richland County, situated
on tho Congarcc River, about throe miles
below Columbia, and bounded as follows:
On the North hy Lands of Thomas Taylor,
South by Lands of L. D. Childs -nd E. J.
Arthur, East hy South Carolina Railroad,
and West by Congareo River.
5 Mules, 2 Horses, 1 Wagon, 2 Sets Har?
ness and i Heifer, levied on ae the proper?
ty of B. W. Taylor, at tho auit bf Sallie
W. Taylor vs. B. W. Taylor.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
Sept 13 mthC S. R. C.
C. D. EBERHARDT
nAS just returned from New York,
with a well selected stock of Cloths,
Castiimcres and Vestings, which will
bo made up at tho shortest notice
and in tho latest style.
Call and examine for yourselves, Wash?
ington street, opposite Law Lange.
September 27 lm
John Esten Cook's New Novel.
J. HUNTINGTON A CO., 459 Broome
. street, New York, have in presa, to
ho ready in October' "MOHUN, OR THE
LAST DAYS OF LEE AND H?8 PALA?
DINS." By J. Esten Cook, author ot
"Surry of Eagles' Neat."
Of "Surry." of which "Mohun" ia a
sequel, 10,000 copica wero almost immedi?
ately sold. Tho new work ia still more
intensely interesting. Printed on fine
toned papor and richly bound in cloth,
with upward of 500 pages, it has for its
frontispiece a fino steel medallion head of
General Loo, and four beautiful illustra?
tions in Homer's best stylo. Either book
is sent by mail post free, on receipt of the
price, $2.25. For sale by all booksellers
and nows dealers, in town and country.
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BROKERS & COMMIS. AGENTS,
?gUY and sell GOLD,
Advances mado on COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sold
on commission. March 10
SAMPLES of tho EMORY GIN, BROWN.
GIN and CLEMENTS, BROWN & CO.
GEORGIA GIN, in Btoro and for ealo by
Aug 12 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
?)f\ BBL8. Choice Northern POTA
/U\J TOES, just received and for salo,
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Bagging and Rope.
-I PIECES GUNNY AND BORNEO
40 coils Grecnlenf and Hemp Rope.
For sale low hy E. A G. D. HOPE.
AZILE. By Mrs. Jano Cross, $1.50
History of a Mouthful of Bread
new edition. By Jean Mace, $1.75
The Servants of the Stomach. By earn?
Tho Maternal Management of Infancy*
for tho Uso of Parents, 75o.
Tho Hermits. By tho Rev. Charle*
Now Postament History. By William.
Smith. LL. D.-uniform with Old Testa?
ment history, soon to bu published, $2.
The Old World in its Now Face-impres?
sions of Europe in 1867-68. By Henry W.
Bellows. Volume 1, $1.75.
And manv other new Books.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Booksellers,
August 13 Columbia, S. C.
Brokef and Commission Merchant,
WALHALLA, S. C., and Honea Path,
S. C., will attend to all business
entrusted to his caro at cither place.
THOMAS & BELL,
HUI LD EUS A NI) CONTRACTO US.
ALL work in tho department of mecha?
nical construction executed with
promptness and skill.
J. 1: THOMAS. J- C. BELL.