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* LONDON, October 28.-It is (ally
lonfirmed that Prussia, Italy, Portu?
gal, France and England, have re?
newed relations with Spain.
CHABLESTON, Ootober 28.-Sailed
Brig Moonlight, Surinam; cchoncr
Maria Hall, a Northern port.
NEW ORLEANS, ??October 28.-The
city and the surrounding country, as
far as heard from, is quiet. Gen.
Rousseau has issued a proclamation
oalling on the citizens to abstain
from breaohes of the peace, and no?
tifying them of authority having
been vested in him to preserve the
WHEELira, Ootober 29.-The radi?
cal majority is stated at 5,000.
NASHVILLE, TENN., October 28.
Tho contest between Mercer and
Prosser-both radicals-for Congress
is wavering. Prosser's friends raised
a pole and ran up a carpt-bag instead
of the national oolors.
Sr. LOUIS, October 20.-A Chey?
enne despatch says the Indians at?
tacked Hunt & Hall's train, near
Perry Station, Jon Sunday, killing
four mon and capturing fourteen
A special from Little Rock an?
nounces the arrival there of Repre?
sentative Hinds' body, and its depar?
ture for New York. Hinds and
Brooks weror shot by George A.
Clark, Secretary of tho Democratic
Committee of Moneoe County, who
had been drinking heavily, and bor?
dering on delirium tremens. Clark
is in oustody.
NEW YORK, Ootober 28. -Blair ad?
dressed au immense crowd in Tam?
many last night.
WASHINGTON, Octobor 28.-Judge
Chase holds Court in Charleston, S.
C., next week.
Seymour speaks in Pittsburg to?
The President, it is announced, is
helpless under tho Reconstruction
Aotsin restrainingDistrict Command?
ers from interfering with the Courts.
A case comes from Texas, and in?
volves the postponement by Rey?
nolds of the order of settlement of
The insurgents in Cuba received
another severe check s few days ago.
They attacked a Spanish gun-boat
which had just arrived at Manato,
but were quickly defeated. The town
was burned. The police of Havana
have captured a Dominican and a
Government official, who, pretending
to aot as guides, led the troops into
an ambush, in which four soldiers
were taken prisoners and murdered.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
COLUMBIA, October 28.-Sales of
cotton to-day 154 bales-middlings
NEW YORK, October 28-Noon.
Money active, at 7. Sterling 9%.
Gold 34}?. Flour 10?l5c. lower.
Wheat 2@3o. lower. Corn lc. lower.
Mess pork lower-25.90. Lard quiet
-steam 17^?@17%. Cotton quiet,
at 25. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton less active but
steady ; sales 2,500 bales at 25 *?@25%.
Flour heavy-Western email@example.com; com?
mon to fair extra Soathern firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wheat heavy. Corn heavy-mixed
Western email@example.com. Oats lc. lower.
Pork firmer, at 26.50. Lard easier,
at 15}4?n%. Freights firmer-cot?
ton steam 7-16@J?. The monied
stringency is severer than ever, but a
shade easier at the close. Discount
operations suspended under the pres?
sure. Sterling 9??. Gold a little
stronger, at 34??. Southern bonds
BALTIMORE, Ootobor 28.--South
Carolina bonds now GO bid. Cotton
very firm. Wheat very dull, with
prices ruling much lower. Corn dull
-new white firstname.lastname@example.org;old email@example.com.
Oats dull-primo 73. Pork quiet, at
30. Bacon firm-shoulders 13%@U.
CINCINNATI, October 28.-Flour in
little denmud-family 7.50(oj7.75.
Corn-now G0@,62; old 98(5)1.00.
Whiskey dull, nt 1.10. Mess pork
new firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dull-new
steam 16. Bacon nominally un?
CHARLESTON, October 28.-Cotton
dull and easier; sales 500 bales-mid?
dlings 23^@24; receipts 931.
AUGUSTA, Ootober 28.-Cotton
market quiet; sales338 bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, October 28.-Cotton
opened firm, but closed weak-mid?
dlings 24(^24; sales G77 bale?; re?
MORILE, October 28.-Sales of cot?
ton 800 bulos; market quiet-mid?
dlings 23?.(; receipts 684.
NEW ORLEANS, October 28.-Cot?
ton easier-middlings 23??@23?;l';
sales 3,400 bales; receipts 1,839. Su?
gar steady-new Louisiana yellow
clarified 14%@15. Molasses active
Louisiana primo to choice 1.00?1.05.
Flour dull-superfine 7; choice 9.501
@13. Corn-new Western email@example.com.
Pork quiet, at 32.50. Bacon-choice
scarce-.shoulders 14; clear 18>?. Cof?
fee firm-fair to prime Rio 15(?jl7.
LONDON, Ootober 28-Noon.-Con?
sols 91*4. Bonds steady, at 73%.
LIVERPOOL, October 28-Noon.
HAVRE, Octobor 28.-Low mid?
dling cotton afloat 127'.<.
LIVERPOOL, October 28-Evening.
Cotton closed firm and unohanged;
sales 15,000 bales-uplands ll; Or?
Acts Passed at the Late. Session of
AN ACT TO REGULATE THB PRACTICE
OF THE CIRO UIT COURTS IN CERTAIN
1. Se ii enacted by ike Senate and
House of Representatives of the State
of South Carolina, now ni and siUiny
tn General Assembly, and by the autho?
rity of the eame, Ail the Courts of
the State organized nader the Act
entitled *'An Act to organize the'Cir
oait Courts." shall have power to
grant new trials in cases where there
has been a trial by jory for reasons
for which new trials have usually been
granted in the Courts of law of the
United States; and. they shall have
power to administer all necessary
oaths or affirmations, and punish by
fino or imprisonment, at the disore
of said Courts, all contempts of au?
thority in any cause or bearing be?
fore the same, and to make and
establish all necessary rules for the
orderly oonduoting of business in
said Courts: Provided, Such rules
aro not repugnant to tho laws of the
State or the rales prescribed by the
LT. The Circuit Courts, as Courts
of Equity, shall be deemed always
open for the purpose of filiug bills,
petitions, answers, pleas and other
pleading, for issaiug and returning
mesne and final process and commis?
sions, and for making and directing
all interlocutory motions, orders,
rules and other proceedings what?
ever, preparatory to the hearing of
all causes pending therein, upon their
merits, and it shall be competent for
any Judge of tho said Courts, upon
reasonable notice to tho parties in
tho Clerk's office or at Chambers, and
ia vacatioa as well as in term, to
make, direct aad award all such pro?
cess, commission and interlocutory
orders, rules aud other proceedings,
whenever the same aro not grantable,
of course, according to the rules and
practice of the Court.
III. Issues of facts, ia civil cases, in
any Ciroait Court, may bo tried and
determined by the Court without tho
intervention of a jory, wheoever the
parties or their attorneys of record
file their cousent, in writing with tho
Clerk of the Court, waiviog a jury.
IV. Upoo the trial of a question of
fact by the Court, its decisioo shall
be given in writing, and shall contain
a statement of the facts found and
tho conclusions of law, separately;
and upon a trial of aa issue of law
the decisiou shall be made in tho
same manner, stating the conclusions
of law. Such decisiou shall be filed
with tho Clerk within sixty days after
the Court at which the trial tool?
place. Judgment upon tho decision
shall be entered accordingly as of thc
term, and the judgment and finding
j may be reviewed on writ of error 01
appeal, when the samo is duly taken,
after the filing of the decision.
V. All issues of law or fact in civi
cases may be referred to arbitrator!
or referees upon the written conseni
of tho parties; and when tho partie:
do not consent, the Court may, upoi
the application of either party, or o
its own motion, except where the in
vestigation will require the decisioi
of difficult questions of law, direct i
reference in the foliowiug cases: 1st
Where the trial of au issuo of fae
shall require the examination of i
long uccouat oa either side; ia whicl
case the referees may bo directed t<
hear aad decide tho whole issue, o
to report upon any specific qaestioi
of fact iavolved therein. 2d. Wher
the laking of au account shall be ne
cessary for tho information of tin
Court, before judgement or for car
rying a judgment or order into el
VI. The trial by referees or arbi
trators shall bo conducted ia the sam
manner, and on similar notice as
trial by tho Court. They shall h av
the same power to graut adjourn
ments, and to allow amendments t<
any pleading as tho Court upon sucl
trial, upon tho same terms and witl
like effect. They 3hall have the sam
power to preserve order and punisl
all violations thereof upon such trial
and to compel the attendance of wit
uesses before them' by attachment
and to punish them as foracoutemr.
for non-attendauce or refusal to b
sworn or testify as is possessed b
the Court. They must state tho fact
found, and the conclusions of la'
separately. The report of such r<
ferees or arbitrators being returnee
shall bo allowed and stand as tho di
cisiou of tho Court granting the rub
unless sufficient cause be shown t
the coatrary. Wheo the reference
to report tho facts, the report sha
havo the effect of a special verdi?
found by ti jury.
VII. In all cases of reference, tl
parties as to whom issues aro forme
in the action (except wheu the d
fendant is au infant or an absente
may agree in writing upon tho pe
sons, uot exceeding three, and a r
ference shall be ordored to him i
them and to no other persons. Ai
if each parties do not agree, t!
Court shall appoint one or moro i
ferees, not moro than three, who sin
be freo from exception; and no pe
son shall be appointed referee
; whom all parties in the action objet
and no Justice or Judge of any Cot
shall sit as a referee in any actl
Sending in the Court of which ho
udge. Unless the Court shall otb?
wise order, or the parties otberwi
stipulate, the referee or referees sb
mako and deliver a report with
sixty days from the time the action
shall lp*? finally submitted;. and in de?
fault thereof said referee or referees
shall not bo entitled to receive any
fees, and tho notion shall proceed as
if no reference had been ordered.
HPho roTkni't nf tim rofor*?n r?r raforoaa
-- -c-IO.IB;.P? --,
arbitrator or arbitrators, shall be de?
livered to the Clerk of the Court ont I
of which the order or reference is-1
VHI. The juries to Berve in the
Oirouit Courts shail be drawn in the
same manner, and servo with tho
same qualifications, as heretofore
provided by law under Military
Orders and tho Provisional Govern?
ment of the State, until the Act en?
titled csAu Act to regulate the man?
ner of drawing juries" shall take
effect: Provided, No more than thir?
ty-one petit jurors or nineteen grand
jurors shall be summoned to attend
the Cironit Court at any one time,
except by order of the Court.
In the Senate House, the twenty
sixth day of September, in tho
year of our Lord one thousand 1
eight hundred and sixty-eight.
President of tho Senate.
FRANKLIN J. MOSES, JB.,
Speaker House of Representatives.
R. K. SCOTT, Governor.
" NOMINATING COMMITTEES.
Tho committees from thc different wards
aro re-qnestod to meet in Carolina Hall,
THIS EVEKING, at half-paat 7 o'clock, for
thc purpose of nominating a Mayor for tho
city of Columbia.
At a mooting of tho Democratic Cinh of |
Ward No. 1, tho following gentlemen wcro
appointed as a committee to confer with
Bindiar cemmittees from the other wards,
for the purpose of nominating a candidato
for Mayor: Messrs. A. Palmor, R. Allen,
D. McGuinnis, J. McIntosh and T. W. Ber?
ry. T. B. DcBOSE, Sect'y.
Tho followiug ia the committee in tho
Second Ward: Capt. W. B. Stanley, Jacob
HuBsung, C. H. Miot, D. C. Peixotto and
Richard Barry. II. F. SCOTT, Sec'y.
Tho committeo in the Third Ward con?
sists of Mesara. M. H. B?rry, W. P. Gei?
ger, A. Sylvester, J. G. Gibbes, John Ag?
new. S. T. AGNEW,
Oct 2D 1 8ecretarv.
To the Citizens of South Carolina,
FIXLOW-CITIZEN.S: Tho numerous com?
plaints made to this Department of mur?
ders and outrages, committed hy wicked
and iuconsideratc persona, excited hy in?
tenso party feeling, made it my duty to
issuo the lato proclamation, calling upon
all good and truo men, without respect to
political predilections, to unite in a deter?
mination to discountenance and dononnco
lawlesness and violence, and in an effort
to recover and maintain tho good uamo
that has heretofore bein the heritago and
tho pride of our beloved Stats. It ia now
my pleasing dutj to congratulate you upon
tho beneficial resulta that havo ensued
from tho admirable and woll-timod address
of Geu. Hampton and tho Executive Com?
mittee to tho Democratic party. In hon?
est and impressive terms fhoy have called
on the people to support the laws, to pro
serve tho peace, and to denounce those
crimes which have BO recently boen com?
mitted iu aomo portions of our Stato.
These patriotic counsels cannot fail of hav?
ing a wido and wholesome influence in
moderating tho vehemence of feeling of
thoao to whom they aro authoritatively
addre8aed, while they havo quieted the ap"
prehensions and conciliated the reapect
and good will of their political opponents.
Thia ia certainly a ju8tcauao of congratu?
lation to evory well-wiahor of tho Statc,^
and it givca mo unfeigned pleasure to
acknowledge it, and to earnestly invoko tho
co-operatiou of every member of tho Re?
publican party in reciprocating, to the
lullest extent, tho pacific policy so admir?
ably inculcated by the Democratic leaders,
Let acrimonious and irritating discus.-ions
bo avoided, and appeals bo made to tho
intelligence and reason, and not to tho
foara or paeaions, of the community
Differ as wo may in political sentiments, it
is tho dictate alike of wisdom and patriot
ism for all to appeal to, and confide in, tho
efficacy of peaceful remedies for political
evils, actual or supposed. Lot "bear and
forbear" bo our maxim, and so shall tho
peace, prosperity and honor of our beloved
Statu ho maintained and perpetuated, and
her timc-honorod eacutcheou will bo pre?
served, unsullied and undimmed, in all its
original parity and bistro.
" ROBERT Iv. SCOTT,
Oct 2'.) 2_Governor.
Opening of the Fall Ohampagne.
BEING in daily receipt of the various
styles of fall and winter fancy and
staple Groceries, also of several novelties
calculated to excito tho taste of tho com?
munity, in tho gastronomic department, a
careful perusal of tho following hst of
good things can scarcely fail of interest:
SMOKED BEEF, Smoked Beef Tongues,
Extra Now York Sugar-Oured Pig Hams,
Extra New York Breakfast Bacou Strips,
Pickled Fulton Market Boef and Charles?
ton Shrimps, Pickled Salmon and Pigs
Feet, New No. 1, 2 and \\ Bay Mackerol;
Now No. 1 Scaled Herrings, tine; Primo
New York Stato Factory Cheese and
Goshen Butter, just in; fresh Crackers,
full assortment; fresh New Hulled Buck?
LIQUORS AND WISES.-This department
is fully Blocked with tho choicest assort?
ment the combiued markets of tho coun?
try can furnish, and will ho sold guaran?
teed aa ropresonted in every respect. All
of which are offered at low rates hy
Oct 29_GEO. SYMMEBS.
A FINE HORSE
, I torso ia perfectly
sound and gent?o,
and is sold for no fault. The Buggy is
nearly aa good as new.
A good act HARNESS. For particulars,
apply at this office. Oct 29 6
THE FARMERS AND PLANTERS
OF RICHLAND COUNTY ace requeued
to meet at Hall, in Colum?
bia, 8. 0., on SATURDAY, tho 7th of No?
vember next, at i o'clock P. M., for tho
purpose of forming an Agricultural Socie?
ty for this County.
All persona interested in tho agricultural
intercuts of tho County, aro rcquouted to
attend, as great good mtv result from it.
Oct 23 FAn jlKK.
One of the young sports at Paris
recently lost every sou at cards, bor?
rowed a small sum of bis sister and
won it all back again, with a wide
margin. To pr?vido against acci?
dents, ho paid all his hotel, tailer and
oTino.mulrnr Kitto anr) m?ds ?. T?**0
monts to be clothed, fed and shod for !
ten year?. Now ho can play without
fear of destitution.
President Johnson has written a
letter to Gen. Thomas Ewing, on tbe
question of our national debt. He
claims that the expenso of tho Go?
vernment during tue four years suc?
ceeding tbo rebellion were almost ns
much as tho whole expenso of the
seventy-two years preceding it.
On tho 20th instant, about fifty ne?
groes entered tho town of Dardanollo,
Ark., and commenced firing into tho
houses of the white residents. Tho
fire was returned, and the negroes
driven out of town. No casualties
The London Times says "that in a
few days England and America will
bo united, without tho ghost of a
quarrel, we hope and believe, hut
Lord Stanley's other prophecies aro
A Now York banker strack his wife
in tho fuco, Saturday moroing, be?
cause she insisted on fellowing him
np town. They were "reconciled"
in the station houso and then drove
An iron-monger had to send in nu
account lately to an author for a now
register stove, and thought that he
must necessarily be facetious, so ho
headed the bill-"a memorial of the
Tho Zeitung publishes tho list of
passengers, (about seventy-five in
number,) shipped for Charleston in ?
the ship Gauss, Captain Wicting,
Bremen, October 4, 1863.
The Lexington Statesman tells us
that "a sheep, belonging to Murk j
Nash, of Simmons Point, Maine,
killed au eagle which undertook to '
carry off her lamb, the other day."
Streets differ from men in some re- ?
spects. Tho former are of little ac- :
couat except wheo laid out; the latter 1
of scarcely none when ia that condi
Adah Isaacs Menken, according to J
the authorities, died of whiskey und
peritonetis, and absinthe and a severo i
cold, and exposure and consumption, ]
and about a hundred other things. ,
Nevada silver miues have nearly 1
reached the place where earthquakes j
are made. At the bottom of some j
the temparature is 100 degrees. ,
In a happy family of father, mo?
ther and soveuteeu children ia East i
Teoues6ee, every ooe chews tobacco (
except two girls who dip.
A raid was made upoa the Carroll- J
ton (La.) jail, a few nights ago, and
two negroes convicted of rape upon <
white women, wore executed.
A married couple in Spriogfield i
have not spokca to each other for i
years. Tho mau boasts that he has
tho happiest homo in tho country.
A youog lady, oa beiog asked J
where was her native place, replied:
"I have none, I am the daughter of a .
A lady of fortuo near Paris has j
committed saicido. Sho had a boil ,
ou her uoso, aad was afraid of hoing
Some people like to wioe aad some ?
to whiae. The former are apt to bo
tho most pleasant companions. ]
Uncle Sam's Farm-The only farm ,
where draining is carried on nil the
year round. 1
Most of the shadows that cross our
path through life are caused by our
stauding in our own light.
The man who feathered his nest is
supposed to have boen a dealer in
Tho Democrat-Brick Pomeroy's
New York paper-has been changed
from an evening to a morning daily.
"Why is a prudent man Uko a pia?
Because his head prevents him from
going too far.
All the negro policemen in New
Orleans have beeu discharged.
Tho British Empire bas a popula?
tion of about 250,000,000 souls.
Londou numbers 3,3-10,000 souls.
BBLS., half bbl*, and i.itd, Bay and
libia. Hlno Fish, Codfish, Herring,
Salmon, Lobster. Oyster*, fcc.
Factory, Dairy, English Dairy and Tine
Apple Cheese. C. H. BALDWIN St CO.
_Oct 20 2
25 BBLS. VIRGINIA FLOUR,
*rif^f?of unsurpassed quality, and ofter
nMBMlod to meet thu general decline in
Oct 29 2rad?' b C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
Codfish and Salmon.
KITS SALMON and CODFISH, at re?
tail, just receivod.
MACKEREL, in whole, half and quarter
barrelR, nnd kits, on hand and for salo bv
Oot29 _J. A T. R. AGNEW. "
Acacia Lodge No. 94, A.". F.". M.\
A AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION
y$?\gfot Acaoia Lodgo No. 04, A. F. M.,
/^^\will bo held, at Masonic Kali,THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
The First Degree wdl be conferred.
By order of tho W. M.
J. LEE DIXON,
Oct 2'J 1 Secretary pro tem.
B0UTT0N SEED WHEAT. "
QAfl BUSHELS of the celebrated Vir
OUU giuia BOUTTON SEED WBEAT.
ror ?ale by E. & Ot. D. HOPE.
BY L. CARR.
HA VINO newly flttod up tho ?toro ou tho
corner of Assembly and Washington
streets, I will soll, THIS MORNING, at
i- i# o .i,, .i.
i*aibSjn?S v ? v.Oi-o,
A fresh consignment of NEW GOODS,
from Boston and Now York, a large and
attraotivo stock, consisting, in part, as
1,000 pairs BOOTS and SHOES,
500 Hats, Piece Goods, Suspenders,
Watches, Shirts and Drawers,
Carpet-Bagjs, Olothing, Drv Goods,
Blankets, Table-Clotbs, Collara,
2,000 Hoop Skirts, Pocket Knives.
And a great variety of goods too nume?
rous to montion. Tremendous bargains.
Anction to-night._Oct 29_
Bacon, Flour, Meal, Sugar.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
WE will Bell, THIS (Thursday) MORN?
ING, tho 29th instant, at 10 o'clock, at
our auction store,
BACON SIDES, SHOULDERS,
Hams, Lard, Sugars, assorted grades,
Primo Rio Coffoo, Choose,
Molasses, Colgate Soap,
Vinegar, Pickles, otc.
On account of tho United States Govern?
Bhla. of Flour and Corn Meal,
Sugar, Molasses, Port Wino, etc.
10 Cartoons of Misses' and Children's
Cases of Mon's Shoes, and sundry arti?
cles of Furniture, Cooking and Parlor
Stovca, Child's Carriage, etc.
1 Fino Milch Cow and her young Calf.
Estate Sale by Order of the Executor.
BY D. C. PELX0TT0 & SON.
WE will Boll, on the FIRST MONDAY in
November, at public auction, in front of
tho Conrt House,
That desirable LOT, with Cottago there?
on, fronting and measuring 31 feet on
Gates etroet, running hack Cl feet. Also,
Lut No. 2, measuring and fronting 35 feet
on Gates Btreet, running back 61 feet, with
Cottage, bounded on tho North by Lot No.
1. Alao, vacant Lot No. 3, measuring 37
lect frorst on Gatea etroet, running back 58
feet; bounded on tho North by Lot No. 2.
Also, Lot No. 4, with Cottago, fronting on
Gates street 50 foot, running back 68 feet;
hounded on tho North by Lot No. 3. Also,
that desirable Cottage, fronting on Senate
street, Lot measuring dS feet front and
running hack 153 feet, with all necessary
out-buildings; bounded on tho North by
Frank Toland, on tho South by Senato
street, East hy Gates street. Wost hy Mary
Johnson. Conditions at ?alo. Oct 29
V. A. Tradewoll va. M. E. Boatwright el al.
IN pursuance of tho dccrotal order, in
the above stated case, I will sell, boforo
he Court House, in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in November next,
All that lot of LAND, in the city of Colum?
bia, containing one-half aero, hounded on
S'orth by Laurel'street, EaBt by lot of H. P.
Degraai, of Now York, South bv lot No. 2,
joroiuaftcr described, West by Bull street.
Ju the prcmiaea ia a largo and commo
lious residenco and out-houses.
At same time, lot No. 2, bounded on
Korth hy lot No. 1, on tho South by lot of
i8tato of C. R. Bryce. East by Dr. Howe,
<S'est by Bull street, coutainings half acre.
Ju the promises is a largo residence and
TEEMS OF SALE-Cash enough to pay
soats and expeuaca of suit and taxes due;
? alance in ono and two years, and per?
sonal security and mortgago of tho pre
niseB sold. Purchasers to pay for papers,
damps, &o. D. B. DESAUSSUKE,
Oct ll mth8_C. E. R. D.
Edward and Henry O. Kinsler, Executors
of J. J. Kinsler, deceaaed, rs. Amelia
B. Kinsler, et al.
IN pursnanco of the decretal order, in
the above stated case, I will sell, bofore
the Conrt House, in Columbia, S. C., on
the 28th of DECEMBER next, the following
real estate, in tho city of Columbia:
Lot No. 1-Containing four acres, bound?
ed on tho North by Blanding street, East
by Williams street, South by Taylor street,
Weat hy Gi?t street.
Lot No. 2-bounded on the North by
Divine street, East by Marion street, South
by Blossom etroet, and Weat by Sumter;
:ontaining four acres.
Lot No. 3-Bounded North by Richland
?troot, East by Pincknoy street, South by
Laure! streot, West hy Roberta street; con?
taining four aerea.
Lot No. 1-North hy Laurel street, East
by Gist street, South by Blanding, West
by Pincknoy street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 5-North by Lumber street,
East by Wayne utrect. South hy Richland
street, West by Pulaski street; containing
Lot No. 6-Containing four acres, hound
id North hy Laurel, Ea*t hy Williama,
South hy Blanding and West by Gist
Lot Ko. 7--North hy Pendleton street,
East hy Wayne street, South by Medium
street and West hy Pulaski.
Lot No. 8-North hy Pendleton ?street,
East by Gadsden atreet, South by Medium
street, West hy Wayne utrect.
Lot No. 9-North* hy Divine stroet, East
by Bull streot, South by Blossom stroet,
Wost hy Marion atreet.
Lot No. 10-Containing three and-a-half
iteres, bounded North by Landa of Jacob
Kilo, deceased, and Gervais street; East
bv Huger street, South hy Senate street,
West by Williams streut and lands of
Lot No. ll-Containing foin' acres,
bounded North by Senate street, Fast by
Williama street, South by Pendleton Btreet,
West hy Gis' atreet.
Lot No. 12-Containing four aci - .,
mounded North hy Senate street, East hy
Huger atreet, South by Pendleton and
Weat hy Williams street.
TEEMS-One-fifth caah; balance on a
;rcditof ono, two, throe and four year**,
jecured by bond, with approved personal
icenrity and mortgago of tho premises.
Purchasers to pav for papers, stamps, Ac.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Oct ll m th C. E. R. D.
[n the Districts Court of the United
States, for the District of South
In tho matter of John R. Binder, Bank?
BY virtuo of an ordor obtained from
Georgo S. Bryan, Judgo or the Dis?
trict Court o? the United States, for the
District of South Oarolina, I will ?oil, on
tho FIRST MONDAY in Novomber next, at
ho reeidonco of said bankrupt, in Lexing?
ton District, all his real and ?orsonal ca?
tate, commiting of some very noe LANDS,
jlats of which may bo soon at my ofiico,
ind will bc oxhibittd on day of Bale.
TERMS OF SALE.-Caah, in United States
mrroncy. Purchaser to pay for papers
?nd stamps. HENRY A. MEETZ,
Oct iv + Aeeignee.
J. W. Adkins vs. W. B. Elkins & Co.-^Wril
IN pursuance of an order in tko above
stated case, made by William B. Joh li?
nt on, ono of tbo Justices of tho Peaco for
Richland County, I will sell, on MON D A.\\
mo \.w a i? y ?i xi o Y c Lil u ? i IM M, m IL oin. O?
the Court Houso in Columbia, within tho
local hours, tho following property, viz:
6 head of CATTLE, attach?d as thc pro?
perty of W. B. Elkins & Co.
Terms cash. F. F. F RAZEE,
Oct 28f3_8. R. C.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Wm. M, Myora vs. Franklin Myers et al.
IN pursuance of thc decretal ordor, in tho
abovo stated case, I will eell, before tho
Conrt House, at Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in Novomher next,
That celebrated PLANTATION, known
as tho "Fort Marion Plantation," about 12
milos below the city of Columbia, on tho
Bluff Road, containing 3,000 acroB, more
or loss, boundod by lands of Wright Den?
ley, William Hopkins, John J. Chappell,
Thomas Davis, and estate cf John Single?
ton, decoaaod; tho said Plantation being
contiguous to the waters of "Goose Pond,"
Roundabout Lako, Raiford's Creek, Ac.
On the premises is a lino Brick Manaion,
with all nccct?sary out-buildioRB, and
cabins for laborers. If deeired, tho pro?
perty could be sold in tractn, to suit pur?
TEBMS-One-fourth cash; balance on a
credit of ono, two and tbreo year?; intorcst
Bcmi-annually from day of Balo, secured by
bond and mortgago of promises sold. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers, Btamps, fte.
D. B. DKSAUSSURE,
Oct ll mth8 C. E. R. D.
WE have remodoled our RESTAU?
RANT. Will daily receive 'OYS?
TERS, Fish, Game, Venison, Ac.,of cnoice
quality. Our motto shall bo punctual at
tondauco, moderato prices, and a desire to
please all. As usual, our WINES, Li?
quors, Segara, Ac, are of the best. Give
us a call and judge for yourself.
LUNCH from ll to 1 o'clock.
JOHN CROWLEY A CO.,
Opposite South End of Market.
Oct 29_ }3mo
STEAM SAW and GRIST MILL, two
miles East of Blackstock, Chester
District; also, 84 acres of Land, with Out?
houses, Blacksmith 8hop} Farming Toola,
20 Korso-Power Engine, with Saw and Grist
Mill. Prico $1,800 cash. If not sold to?
gether, articles will be disposed of sepa?
rated. Applv to
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
Columbia, 8. C.
Or B. H. CARDER, ESQ.,
Oct 28 At the Mdle.
?j- Chester Standard copy three timon.
Direct Steam Communication
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL.
CHARLESTON and Liverpool Steamship
Lino, composed of thc First Clasw
GOLDEN HORN, 1,188 tons, H. C. MAC?
BOSPHORUS, 950 tons, J. MURBEL,
MARMORA, 940 tous, F. MURRELL, Com?
Days of sailing from Charleston 1st and
15th of each month, as follows:
Goldeu Horn.November 15
Arrangements having been inado with
the South Carolina and other Railroad
Companies for (ho prompt, forwarding of
through freight, shippers of Cotton from
tho interior may roly on the utmost do
Cotton consigned to the undersigned for
i-hipment by this line, will be forwarded
free of commissions, actual expenses only
added. ROBERT MURE A CO.,
Oct 24 Imo* Agents, Charleston, 8. C.
ROBERT HUBE & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS CHARLESTON AND LIVER?
POOL STEAMSHIP LINE.
Advances made on shipments of Cotton,
Rico and Naval Stores, to foreign and do?
mestic ports. Oct 24 Jlmo IT4
Union District-In Equity.
Louisa F. Worthy et. al. vs. G. D. Peake,
Executor, et. al. Bill to Marshal Assets.
PURSUANT to a decretal order of His
Honor Chancellor Carroll, in the
above ?tated case, tho creditors of THOS.
BOWKEIt, deceased, late of Union District,
S. C., are required to present and estab?
lish their cluima befare me, on or before
the 1st dav uf JANUARY next.
* WM. MUNRO, C. E. U. P.
Union C. H., S. C., Sept 20, 18GS.
Union District-In Equity.
Henrietta Kaiser el. al. vs. Julius Kaiser
et. al' Bill for Partitiou.
PURSUANT to a decretal order of Hi?
Honor Chancellor Johnson, 111 tho
abovo stated case, the creditor? of^CH.
KAISER, deceased, ann of tnt- Brm ol v.u.
Kaiser A Son, Jato of Unionville, S. C , are
required to prosent and establish their de?
mands beforo mo. on or before thc 1st day
of JANUARY next. _
WM. MUNRO, C. E. U. P.
Union C. H., S. C., Sept. 20, 1SGS.
Chester Nursery Garden.
FRUIT TREES, of all description.-, for
sale. The very best early and lato
Southern Apples and Peaches, Lvergrecuf?.
Roses, Dahlias, Flowering Shrnbs and
Vines, Oreen-bouso Plants, Ac. Persons
who wish to procure Trees or Plants to
improvo their homoatoads, will do well to
examino my Price List, which can be hail
W. BLAKE, Nurservroan,
Oct 22 i3mo_Chester, B. C.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL creditors of J. FOSTER MAR?
SHALL, deceased, and of JESSE
DEBRUHL, deceased, arc hereby rcqnired
to presont and prove their demands before
mo, on or before tho 1st day of NON EM?
BER next, or be barred.
\VM. H. PARKER, C. E. A. D.
COMMISSIONER'S Orrie;:, July 2'J, 18CH.