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L?XDON, Ootober 12.-Telegrams
fromrFlorenoo. announce that Italy
has formally recognized the Republic
of ex ico.
MADRID, October 12.-All tho pro?
vinces have formally recognized tho
Provisional J anta.
Tho United States waa tho first to
recognize the Pro visionalJun ta. They
declared additional reforms, among
which is one abolishing th? death
penalty; establishing the sanctity of
5rivato letters and domi?ils. The
unta has ordered the restoration of
the bark Tornado to England, with
damages for ber wrongful detention
and imprisonment of the Spanish
officer who ordered her seizure.
PAMS, October 12.-Th? Journal
Des Debuts says Lcraandi, Capt ni M
Genersl of Cuba, has given in his
adherence to the Provisional Govern?
LONDON, October 10.-The cable
known as 1866, was repaired on Sun
day, and ?B now working perfectly.
CHARLESTON, October 12.-Arriv?
ed-Ship O wego, New York. Sailed
Schooner W. R. Beebe. New York.
The steamship Henry Chauncey
has arrived. The constitutional. as?
sembly hos assumed the sovereignty
of Panama until the Constitution.ia
formed,'and has delegated executive
powers to acting . President Serrano
and;th? recognized provisional go- '.
PHILADELPHIA, October 12.-Busi?
ness is almost suspended. Each par- 1
ty is porading "with bands of musio, 1
.urging their friends to vote early. ;
The Mayor, who is a Republican, has \
sworn in 1,000 extra policemen for i
to-morrow. The Sheriff j who is a J
Democrat, has sworn in 1,000 depu?
ties. A week ago, the Sheriff ordered 1
1,000 hiokory clubsrfor his deputies; (
the house where the clubs were de- 1
posited, waa barned last night.
WASHINGTON, Ootober 12.-Gen.
Reynolds' prohibition of election in 1
Texas is disapproved, and the Presi?
dent is about issuing a military order,
in which the Constitution and laws
are cited in condemnation of such
interference by military officers, un?
der penalties of fine and imprison?
The *SSiar says; In. Republican quar?
ters it'seems to be apprehended that
in those, unrepresented States, the
conservatives will make arrangements
to choose Presidential Electors, and
that President Johnson will demand
that their votes bo counted.
Gen. Grant bas issued an order,
waraing all United States soldiers and
sailors from participating in any
manner in elections.
In a telegram of tho 4th inst., Mr.
Hale applied for instructions, in view
of the political situation of Madrid.
Tho instructions were given through
the same medium on the 5th inst. Mr.
Hale now telegraphs that, in compli?
ance with the instructions, ho has re?
cognized the new government at
Madrid. His proceeding has been
The Herald states that complete
? returns of the Connecticut town
elections show that of 163 towns,
eigthy-six aro clearly Republican,
sixty-nine are dearly Democratic,
and seven divided:
INDIANAPOLIS, Ootober 12.-A pro?
cession of white boys in blue was
fired into from a dark alloy. The
gun was loaded with small shot, and
ffl^e or six persons were severely
idough not dangerously wounded.
FINANCIAL .XnI) COAUraiLCIAL.
NEWIYOBK, October 12-Noon.
Money ; easy, at 6@7. Sterling 9,
Gold 37??. Wheat dull, and l@2e
lower. Mess pork dull, at 28.90.
Cotton quiet and firm, at 2?}.>.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet and steady;
sales 1,200' bales, at 26j^. Flour
favors buyers. Wheat heavy. Corn
droojvng-mixed Western 1.19@
1.20. Cotton freights unchanged.
BALTIMORE, October 12.-Cotton
firm. Floor less active-Howard
street superfine, email@example.com. Wheat firmer
for high grades-primo red 2.60@
2.75; inferior firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn firm
white email@example.com; yellow 1.30.
CHAJ?LESTON, Ootober 12.-Cotton
opened active and firmer, but closed
quiet; sales 712 bales; receipts 1,156
AUGUSTA, Ootober 12.-Colton
market closed firmer; sales 282 bales;
receipts 658 bales-middlings 24.
SAVANNAH, October 112.-Cotton
opened quiet aud firm, bat closed
steady; sales 457 bales-middlings
25; receipts 1,592.
MORELS, Ootober 12.-Sales of cot?
ton 400 bales; market quiet; receipts
NEW ORLEANS, Ootober 12.-Cot?
ton active and advanced-middlings
241?; sales 3,100 bales; receipts 1,987.
Sugar steady and.. unchanged-fair
jobbing trade. Flour-superfine firm,
at 6.75; ohoice 10(^12.50. Corn quiet,
at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork advancod-S1.75(it>
;12. Bacon quiet-shoulders 18>?;
LONDON, October 12-3 P. M.
Consols 94%@91*?. Bonds 745?
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 12-3 P. M.
Cotton firmer, tonda upwards, but
k not quotably higher, although more
? IA VRE, October 12.-Cotton 138 j 1
; - . ? ? ; ?
Adrtnu to th? Freedmen, ?t?P
FREEDMEN : Will you allow one who
ie n friend and well-wisher for you
future welfare, f " give you. a few
itoms for your special benefit, whioh
I will endeavor to provo to you is
I vf ill first inform you that I have,
for tho past two months, been in Co?
lumbia, where I have bad access to
all-the sayings and doings of the
prominent and leading radicals of
the State, and feel assured that if you
only could see apd hear what I hare,
you would readily see who ore your
Let on out-sider meet with one of
them, and he will, if asked his opi?
nion concerning the freedmen, re?
mark: "Oh, we know they are not
fitted for office or to vote, but we
have to bear it for this once, until
we can carry out points; we want
Grant and Colfax elected,"
Now, freedmen, is that giving you
justice? Is it anything but making
you his tool to keep him in office,
and fill his pockets at your expense,
after which, you are despised? He
is only after getting you thrown out
of employment, (but promises to see
that you are not, which is not in bis
power,) and then ho knows you will
perish and die, and by that means get
rid of tho colored race.
I would here inform yon that my
business throws me in daily contact
with the leading men of that party,
which naturally enough^ leads them
to believe I am concerned in the
party also, (but no, never.) Con?
sequently , I learn their programme.
Even their writings for their Repub?
lican papers, throughout both Korti
and South, is sufficient to satisfy
you, if you could only read and pon
1er well its meaning, what their ful
intentions are, and what will be thc
anal result if you adhere to them
They know you are, tho most of you
uneducated, and are only giving yoi
;me side of the question; and nov
illow me, as one who does feel ai
interest in your future welfare, a:
well as tho present, to warn yoi
against them-listen to those witl
whom you have to deal, and do no
for a moment entertain such an ido
is tho ono urged upon you, that i
3eymour and Blair is elected, tba
POU will again be put into slavery
ibu have once been our slaves, bu
we do not desire it again. But it i
avideut to every thinking man c
pour race, that they (the radicals) ar
now trying to make you worse tba
daves-they aro leadiug you to ruin
ind I would no toll you so, if i
tvero not so. It is easy lo 6eo tb
result that will follow, after tho 3d c
November. Grant will surely b
Sef?ated, and where then aro you
friends? Can you have tho conscienc
to fall back on your Southern friend;
ar even expect the least favor at the:
tienda? Your pretended Norther
friends will all depart for tho Nortl
from whence they came, and yoi
ippeals will not bo heard by then
No earthly uso for you then. Au
now, while it is yet time, do not cai
\ voto for your everlasting ruin. Ye
jan become something more nft<
iwhile, if you will only idoutify you
selves with the true Southern man
rote with him, work to his inter?s
md ho will to yours-he will instru
pou in the right way, and you wi
inally be enabled to obtain a hon
n peace and plenty, and no than!
;o carpet-baggers. Tho "forty ncr
md a mule" will all be out when yt
;all for it, after Grant's defeat. Ai
jven if successful, what will bo tl
result? Why, instead of ueedii
'forty acres and a mule," you will '
placed in tho front ranks, with
nuskct in your hands; whilo yo
pretended friends will stand to tl
.ear, shouting: "Go it, cuffoe, we
lold ycur mule." It is evident tl
.hey mean war, and nothing but ur
L'ho South wants no war, she on
vants her rights peaceably, but y
ire well aware, if forced upon lu
ibo will go it to the knife.
It is an undoubted fuct, that in t
ate war, this samo Ulysses S. Gm
slaced the colored troops in front,
ill battles where thoy chanced to 1
vith tho white troops in their roar
?ush them on. Give him the pov
md he will do it again.
I hope you will consider mc
riend, as I have given you a corr
md impartial statement of affai
iud hope you will take my advi
md go to the polls in November a
rote for PEACE! PEACE! 1 which
>nly to be achieved by the eleotion
seymour and Blair.
If time and tpaco would admil
iould give you two or three colun
>f roasons why you should abane
Iran t and Colfax, and stand to
democratic party, but will have
eave it to more ablo pons to fill
ask nt present.
Believing you will act in the ric;
?Ai er studying well your present c
lition, I leave you to your own
lections. W. S. GREGORY, Ji
P. S. You have already seen
osult achieved by those who vc
<ho Domooratic tickot heretofi
Choy have neither suffered for
lecessaries of life or employmi
Jthors, to my certain knowle?:
FATAL ACCIDENT.- About 1 o'cl
pestorday morning, Sbadrook I
ford, a well known oolored resit
>f this city,??waH instantly killed
'ailing down tho stairway of
louse, No. 11? Coming strcot,
laving his neck broken.
I Gharlenton Neu
Among tho taxes levied ia York,
Penn., ia one known as the "rebel loan
tax."; "When Early made his incur?
sion into Pennsylvania in 1864., ne
levied ? ' contribution in gold on
Chamborsburg and York. Chnm
bcrsburg did not pay, and was de?
stroyed; but York "shelled out" the
$50,000 in gold, demanded os the
price of her exemption, and the ci ti?
sons have ever since been liquidating
the same in instalments.
A fire occurred in Georgetown, S.
C., on Thursday evening last, whioh
destroyed three buildings belonging
to Mr. N. Emanuel; one store owned
and ocoupied by L. G.? Emanuel;
another owned by Mrs. MoNulty;
store owned by G. O. k W. A Mun?
roe; another owned and occupied by
E. ti. Rainey; and a building ocou?
pied by a colored man-in nil eight
buildings. Mostly insured.
ASSASSINATION.-A despatch to a
Pittsburg paper from Butler County,
Pennsylvania, says a daughter of Mr.
McCaudless, of Uuionville, was shot
through tho head, and killed instant?
ly, while eating supper last evening.
The shot was fired through tho win?
dow. A young mau has been arrest?
ed for doiner the deed. Jealousy is
supposed to bo the cause of the as?
Tho cabio news from Europe in?
forms us that the now deep subma?
rine telegraph direct from Malta tc
Alexandria, Egypt, had been success?
fully laid. This is a vast improve
mont upon the former telegraphic
connection, and will save a great dea!
of timo in communications to anc
from Egypt, India and tho East gen
In a "card" published in tho Ra
leigh (N. C.) Standard, relative to th?
report that he endeavored to create
bad feeling between tho races a
Warrentou, A. H. Galloway says
"I am half white myself, and i
would be impossible for me to abusi
tho white race without injuring nr
Gen. Gates, an old and well knowi
United States army officer, died ii
New York on Wednesday, in th
eightieth year of his age. He serve*
in the Florida war, and will bo re
membered as tho captor of the fa
mous Indian chief, Osceola. He als
aerved with distinction in tho subse
quent war with Mexico.
The Charleston Mercury is credibl
informed that tho Democrats c
Marion have purchased and presenl
ed to each of tho fifteen negroes wh
had tho courage to go to the pol
[ind vote with und for their old ma;
ters, with the title deeds to fort
acres of good land near that town.
A correspondent of the Pall Mc
Gazelle writes from Rome: "Rumo:
ire afloat about tho Pope's heoltl
which some represent to bo extrem
ly good, while others speak of it dol
fully, and declare that ho will nevi
see December. I believe he is n<
so well as ho appears to be."
Forty colored convicts overpowerc
their guards nt the Virginia Centr
Railroad, yesterday, and jumpo
from tho train while it was at fi
3pccd. Two of them were killed ai
three received fatal injuries. Ti
remainder mndo good their escape.
Rev. H. H. Milman is among tl
recent distinguished dead. His trag
ly of Fazio was acted fif ty-threo yea
igo. For tho last twenty years !
had enjoyed tho lucrativo office
Dean of St. Paul's.
Tho new police board of New C
leans, composed of two blacks ai
three whites, has entered upon
luties, and many members of the c
aiembers of the police force have ]
THE ISLAND OF CUBA.- There v
i rumor in Wall street tho other d
that Secretary Seward was negoti
iug with tho Spanish rovolutiom
Government for tho purchaso of 1
island of Cuba.
At a Democratic mass meeting h
in Canton, Ohio, a few days ago, t
procession was oight miles loi
?0,000 peoplo being present. Tl
ao doubt, occasioned very long ra
A duel between a New Yorker f
i native of Florida was nipped in !
md by intervention of tho police
New York yesterday. All the par!
?vere arrested except ono of the pi
jip?is, who fled to Philadelphia.
A Now York paper reports f
?ases at quarantine-"two of clio]
norbusjand two ofy Grecian be
Tho same remedie? are applicabh
"Sickles, tho Americau, or Cri
md Penalty," a tragedy founded
the Sickles murder in Washing!
l?verai years ago, has boen brou
mt at ono of tho thontres in Ro
Advices from China by the o
and mail state that the Emperor
opened the port of Chifan, ia
3ulf of Peohete, to foreign trade.
A contract for tho eonstrnctioi
in under-ground railway in 1
Sfork bas been concluded with I
The adventists in Boston prcdii
tho wiudiug-up of mundane af]
>n Thursday last; but it didn't o
A husband and wifo oommi
inunde in Dubuque, Iowa, recei
>y taking laudanum.
There uro iwouty-six unifor
Democratic clubs in St. Louis, n
sering nearly 6,000 members.
A Miss Elsie B?ddiford, who is \
said fco be a loose character, was fired
upon by a man in Darlington, on
Sunday last, and instantly killed.
She was returning from church. The
murderer ie unknown.
At the date of our last advices
from Peru, September 14, the earth
was still quivering with the shocks of
earthquakes that followed the great
convulsion of August 13.
The corner-stone of the new State
House at Springfield, Illinois, was
laid yesterday, under tho auspices of
the Masonic faternity. Tho cere?
monies were imposing.
The colored man Aaron Hunt, who
was tarred and feathered in Savannah
for his Democratic ideas, was drown?
ed at Columbus Saturday night.
Thirty-nine colored men overpow?
ered the jailor of the Georgetown
jail on Tuesday last, and succeeded
in making their escape.
Grnco Church, in Broadway, New
York, has been sold to a dry goods
firm, for the snug sum of 8000,000.
On Thursday afternoon, tho 8th instant,
at tho residence of Col. James Sims, by t!:c
Rev. W. E. BORRS, RICHARD O'NEALE,
JR., tu Miss LEORA A. 8IMS, both of this
THE STORE at present occnpiod by Dr.
C. H. Miot. l or particulars apply to
the subscriber. J. ENGLISH.
Oct 13_ G*
OHO BUSHELS primo SEED WHEAT,
OUU from the Valley of Virginia, for
sale by E. & G. D. HOPE.
English Dairy Cheese.
pr A BOXES English Dairy and Cutting
Pino Appia and Young America Cheese.
For Bale by E. & G. D. HOPE.
Meeting of Board ot Trade.
AN EXTRA MEETING of the Board of
Trade will take place at tho Carolina
Hall, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, 13th, at
7 o'clock. A full attendance ic requested,
aa business of importance will como before
tho Board. Bv order of the President.
Oct 13 R. O'NEALE. Jr., Secretan-.
Horses and Mules for Sale.
- FOUR HORSES andlfc^
fL-^TWO MULES. warraut-*M?
^??Xx'd sound and Rcntlu;^|nJjJr
' I I I. suitable for farm or city usu.
They can bo seen at Mr. Robert Joyner's
HtatileB. J. B. LANIER.
Oct 13_ 3*
.i ? MRS. C. E. REED
- WILL open, on WEDNES
Lm&t?'rW? DAY next, Hth instant, for
nKni IL H inspection, tho moat choice
wPilbJI "ruction of MILLINERY ever
"^jL?))?) offered in this city.
'^^?^S. HAIR BRAIDS* and CURLS
pf every description. Please givo mo a
call, at my old stand, next to E. Pollard's
Drug Store, Main street, Columbia.
WOOL, WOOL, WOOL. '
fr AAA. LBS. Clean Washed WOOL.
0?UUU wanted, for which wo will
pay 10 cents per pound, and upwards, ac?
cording to quality and quantity. Clean
unwashed 28 cents, delivered at depot in
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON.
Oct 13 Imo
OUR BANNERS TO THE BREEZE.
Lil-.v;i-?. it ml Manager, - - S. M. SMART.
THE "SMART CHILDREN"-grand?
children of Maj. John Smart, Caroli?
nians by birth, Carolinians in feeling, and
Carolinians in sentiment-will give an en?
tertainment in Gregg's Hall, for ono night
only, TUESDAY, October 13. Benefit
evening of LAURA McLEMORE SMART.
I'ltOO a AMME.
A short musical entertainment-Fiddler
Joo-representing two characters. A
comic play-ono act, ono scone.
S. M. SMART.Fiddler Joe
JOHN WILLIAM SMART. ..Dr. Standford
ALBERT McDUFFIE SMART. .Pembroke
PRESTON GIBBS SMART,
LAURA McLEMORE SMART,
THOMAS EDWARD SMART,
Dr. Young Friends
Song.S. M. SMART
Danoo.PRESTON and LAURA
THE WAY TO RAISE THE WINI).
Dumps.J. W. SMART
Handy.A. Mc. SMART
Sneer.V. G. SMART
Tho whole to concludo with tho song of
ROCKINGHAM and walk round.
ADMISSION.-Tickets SO couts; Reserved
Seats 75. No half tickets. Doors open at
7 o'clock, performance commonco at 8.
Good order obsorved. Ages of tho "Smart
Children" thrco aud-a-half to thirteen.
Bagging, Rope and Cotton Ties.
BALES hoavy Gunny Bagging,
Coils Hemp Rope,
Dillon's Cotton Ties, and Agnew's
Cotton Ties-tho latlor tho latest inven?
tion and best in the market.
For salo by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
20 Barrels Apples,
FOR sale by FISHER & LOWRANCE.
THE undersigned have entorod into a
COPARTNERSHIP for tho transaction
of tho GROCERY, H\RDWARE and COM-,
MISSION BUSINESS, dating from tho first
Fobruary, 18C8. Namo and style of tho
firm will bo T. J. & H. M. GIBSON.
T. J. GIBSON.
_Octlllmo_ H. M. GIBSON.
A BUSHELS WHITE MAY WHEAT.
OU For salo by
Oct 112 T. J. A H. M. GIBSON.
OFFICE Erxo's MOUNTAIN IBOK Wonna,
LIMESTONE SI'KINUH, Ootobor 8, 18C8.
AMEETING of tho StocklioldorB of this
Company will be held at this placo,
sn TUESDAY, the 27th inetant.
Oct ll 3 F. G. LATHAM. Agent.
A FEW FIRST CLASS GINS, cf beth
Southorn and Northern manufac?
ture, for sale vory low, for eanh, to cloeo
Oct ll FISHER &, LOWRANCE.
The lovers of good
CIGARS can find a
selection of the finest
brands of pure Ha?
vana Tobacco, and
moderate prices, at
IN accordance) with tho proclamation ol
tlio Governor, dated tho 9th day oi
(Jetober, 18G8, there will bo an electior.
hold in tbia County, on Tuesday, Novem?
ber 3d, for Electors of Prosident and Vico
President of tho United States, a Repro
sentative to Congress, and a Solicitor foi
tho Fifth Circuit.
By virtue of authority vested in ua. wt
hereby establish the following polliup
places in Ki ch hi nd County, viz : Garner'i
Ferry, Gadsden, W. B. Flowers' House
Treiiholm's Grove, Davis', Killian's, Cami
Ground ; Columbia-Ward No. 1-Gill
moro House; Ward No. 2-Old Ice House
Ward No. 8-Palmetto Engiuo Honsc
Ward No 4-Ellington's Storo.
Tho Registration Books will be open fo
revision, at tho above named places, oi
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, tho 22(3
23d and 21th instant, when the* Manager
of Elections heroin named aro authorize!
to add to tho lists tho names of all per
sons entitled to vote according to law, an
take therefrom tho names of those not or
titled to vote.
Tho following gentlemen aro hercb
appointed Managers of Election:
FOB CANNER'S FEHET-John Harris
S. G. Henry, John H. Bryant.
GADSDEN-John P. Adams, John I
Goodwin, S. P. Gaige.
FLOWERS' HOOSE-W. Whito, Philip Er
stein, J. J. Goodwin.
TRKNHOLU'S GROVE-A. L. Solomon, Joi
Saunders, Wilson Glover.
DAVIS'-Allon Davis, F. P. Roberts
CAMP GROUND-N. Dubard, HonrvSmitl
H. C. Marshall.
HKILLIAN'S-Eli Killian, William Simon:
J. B. Walsh.
COLUMBIA --WARD 1-P. Brown, E. I
Thompson, C. Suultzc.
WARD 2-G. G. Newton, James Bani]
?cld, F. W. Wing.
WARD 3-W. H. Wigg, Wm. Miahaw, 1
WARD 4-D. B. Clayton, S. B. Thom]
eon, James Brown.
Thc above named gentlemen aro r
quested to meet at .Tanney's Hall, in C<
hunbia, on Friday, tho lGth instant, ut
M. for tho purpOtje of qualifying and r
calving tho lists of Registration.
M. J. CALNAN,
W. T. WALTER,
N. E. EDWARDS.
Commissioners of Election, Richlai
Columbia, 8. C., October 12, 1SG3.
Oct 13 tuwl_
11HE public, including thc strangers nt
. visiting Columbia, ure particularly i
quested to note the fact that tho chotct
selection of FAMILY GROCERIES, Wini
Liquors, Segara and Tobacco, can bo fou
at the doro of GEO. SYMMER&,
Fresh Crackers, Cheese, Butter, &
S) fr BARRELS FRESH CRACKEI
consisting of Soda Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers. Egg Biscuit,
Butter Crackers, Cream Crackers a
10 kegs Choico Goshen Butter,
25 boxes Primo Cheese,
100 Choico Sugar-Cured Hains,
Together with a fresh supply of ll
Java and Laguvra Coffees, Muscovai
Porto Rico and Refined Sugars, Candi
Soaps, Canned Fruits, Pickles, Extrae
Tobacco, Segars, &c. For salo at our us
low prices. J. A T. R. AGNEW
Oct ll _
Nuts! Nuts! Nuts!
JENGLISH WALNUTS, brazil Nuts, :
JJ cans, Filberts and Almonds. J
received and for salo by
Oct ll J. & T. R. AGNEW
Notice Cotton Buyers.
rr" HE Undersigned are prepared tom
JL LIBEBAL ADVANCES ON COTTON, c
signed to Lt. Patterson A Co., Philndelpl
Oat 8 |3 _GRAESER & SENI*
?A COMMODIOUS COTTA
HOUSE, eituatod on Laurel stn
in tho rear of tho Charlotte Do]
Apply at thia office. _Oct 8
Bacon, Lard, &c.
^-a-_ 10,000 LBS. primo C.
/f^Or-*? BACON 8IDES.
2.000 lbs. Natural LT
OfflOwLARD-L. Dayis, jr., bm
SMBSSSII 100 choice S. C. HA
bagged and unbagged.
50 bbla. Refinod SUGARS, all grades
Fine and Medium quality SYRUPS.
Maecovado, Porto Rico and Corni
Old Government and Groon Java, La?
ra and Rio COFFEE.
Black and Green TEAS, various grac
Family and Extra FLOUR.
With a fulUino of Staple GROCER!
in store and in transit, and for Bale lo\
Oct ll 3 C. H. BALDWIN ,fc C
MKS. A. MCCORMICK
JfiBlk' WILL bo prepared,
iSQfiBR'TUESDAY, 13th inst., te
?wMH?Wbibit ber handsome stool
wBH MILLINERY, for tho ins
^JMLmYT tion of tho ladies of Colan
w tl *flS arm surrounding conn
tti'& A nico assortment bf H
COILS, ROLLS, CURLS
FANCY ARTICLES of ovory descriptif
DRES8-MAK1NO attended to in nil
branohes. Being thankful for past fav
ehe will ?leo be most thankful to all
may favor her with a call. Show Ro
over Kinard's Store. Oct
Olear 8ide?,:C. R.s?l?^Sh?uidertTsugar,
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
Wo win sell, THIS (Tuesday) MORNING,
tho 18th instant, ab 10 o'clock, at oar
5,000 pounds O. R. SIDES,
5,000 pounds Clear Sides,
3,000 pounds Primo Shoulders,
300 canvassed Hams,
250 good Hams, unbagged,
25 bags prime Rio Coffee,
10 barrels Crushed 8ugar,
10 barrels Extra O Sugar,
15 barrols A Sugar,
10 barrels Grooery Sugar,
25 barrels Syrup,
40 boxeB Colgate Soap,
25 boxes fino Cheese,
5 boxes Dried Salted Sides.
Conditions cash._-Oct u
BY virtue of a writ ol fieri facias to mo
diroetcd, I will sell, on tho FIR8T
MONDAY in November next, in front of
i the Court House, in Columbia, within the
legal hours, the following prop?rty, via:- ?
ISO acres of LAND, in Richland Oonnty,
bounded as follows: On tho North by Betsy
Thomas and Thomas Cooper, East by Reu
natus Thomas, South by S. J. Smith, and
West by Lands formerly owned by Isaac
Dent; levied on as the property of Sarah
8. Cosby, Executrix of James Cosby, de?
ceased, at tho suit of Thomas W. Radcliffe
va. Sarah 8. Cosby, Executrix of James
Terms cash. P, F. FRAZEE,
Oct 13 tnf ,8. lt. C.
Important Sale-The Well | Selected
Stock and Business ol the late
C. A. Bedell, Conimbia, SC
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTION EEK.
BY order of tho Judge of Probate for.
Richland County, will bo sold, on the
promises, corner of Main and Plain
streets, Columbia, S. C., On THURS?
DAY, the 15th instant, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
the largo and well assortod stock of DRY"
GOODS, belonging to tho estate of th? late ?
C. A. Bedell, together with the STORE
FURNITURE aud FIXTURES, HOUSE?
HOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE, Ac.
Tho stock of Goods, Store Ifarnitnrer ?
and Fixtures will bo SOLD IN ONE LOT,
and tho Store House rented on reasonablo
terms to tho purchaser, provided a bid be
offered amounting to the appraised value.
Tho Inventory and Appraisement Bill may
bo examined, at tho . oftico of Messrs.
MELTON & MELTON, Attornevs at Law,
where the terms of sale can be ascertained.
This establishment is most advantage
ously located, in tho centre of business,
is admirably arranged and thoroughly fur?
nished, and offors the attractive induce?
ments of the largest and most profitable
Dry Goods trade in tho city.
E. W. BANCROFT,
Oct 8 Administrator.
mw The Charleston Courier, and the
Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, will please
publish three times, daily, and forward
billa to this office.
In the District Court of the United
States, for the Distriot of South
In tho matter of John R. Shnlor, Bank?
rupt.- In Bankruptcy.
BY virtue of an order obtained from
George S. Bryan, Judge of tho Dis?
trict Court of tho United States, for the
Distriot of South Carolina, I will sell, on
tho FIRST MONDAY in November next,.at.
the residence of said bankrupt, in Lexing?
ton District, all his rv il and personal es?
tate, consisting of somo very lino LANDS,
plats of which may bo seen at my office,
and will be exhibited on day of Bale.
TEEMS OE SALE.-Cash, in United States
currencv. Purchaser to pay for papera
and stamps. HENRY A. MEETZ,
Oct 10 t_ Assignee.
H. GATES - - - Manager.
A. LOWANpE, Director.
Is now making a successful tour, through
the Stato, and will perform on
Tuesday and Wednes'y, Oot. 12 & 13,
Newberry, October 15 and 16.
MARTI WHO LOWANDK, ?he Cham?
pion Bare-back Rider, Challenge?
the World for 810,000, to Ride
One, Five or Seven Horses.
ADMISSION .75 CENTS.
Colored Persons 50c. Children 25c.
J. F. O'BRIEN, Agent.
^Oot 13 _
?y v \rv FACTOR AND COMMIS-.r-cCv
E&^flSION MERCHANT, 102 LuatV^g
amBS?&y, Charleston, S. C. VkmM
Particular attention tn'von to the sale
ind ahipping of Sea Island and Upland
Liberal advances mado on consignments
Tor sale in this market, or for shipment.
Sept 8 tul3