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LONDON, November 6.-Tho Times,
in diBoussing the election, holds that
though the Democrats are beaten
and have a retiiority against them in
Congress, yet they * aro a powerful
party and must' greatly inliuenco th?
policy of Hie Gcvsr.am?nt. The
success of Grant no one is disposed
to regret. He has fairly won his
high rank by bord work, real devo?
tion to bis country and services
whiob will livo lonrr in its remeni
brance. Ho is Uo politician, and will
take bin office with greater freedom
than if ho had uttered' all tho Shib?
boleths of party.
AUGUSTA, November G.-Seventy
Counties givo a -Democratic majority
of over 80,000.
RALEIGH, November G.-Tho elec?
tion returns aro yet so incomplete it
is impossible to say certainly bow
tho State has gone. Tho general
opinion is it has gono for Grant by a
majority of.5,000. Largo Democratic
gains wero made iu tho first, second,
third and fourth Congressional Dis?
TALLAIIASSE, PLA., November G.
Harrison Recd, tho Governor of the
State, was impeached by tho Legisla?
ture to-day, charged with crimes and
misdemeanors in office. Tho charges
were preferred by Horatio Jenkins,
President of the late Constitutional
Convention. Gov. Reed will contest
the case. His friends claim that the
body in session is illegal.
Johnson (Democrat) telegraph*
from California that bc is eleotod tc
Minnesota goes 12,000 for the Re
publicans. Donnelly is certainly de?
PHTTIADELPHI A, November G.-Thc
return of tho judges threw .out thc
4th Ward, on account of frauds
making the official majority 5,812 foi
the Republicans. |
CHARLESTON, November G.-Ar
rived-steamer Charleston, Nev
York; barque Bo.nco, Halifax; brif
Joshua and Mary, Cape DoVerd's
brig Osprey, Cardenas; schooners C
S. Grove, and W. H. Tioro, Phila
dolphin. Off the port-ship N
Moshcr, New York. Sailed-stearne
Sea Gull, Baltimore.
SAN FRANCISCO, November G.
Slight earthquakes almost daily. /
sharp shook, lasting twelve seconds
occurred last night; caused alarm bu
WASHINGTON, November G.-Th'
President has signed tho cxtraditioi
treaty with Italy.
Au application for uppeal in tin
Surratt case was dismissed. Stirrat
is now absolutely free.
Gen. Grant left Galona yesterday
and will spend several days on th
route. He writes that he would prc
fer returning quietly, without nu
demonstration here--suggesting tha
a . few da\ ? after his arrival, hi
friends can Visit, him'ut his residence
Tho annual report of the Freec
man's Burer.u has just been made b
Gen. Howard. It shows au expend
turo during ; the year of $3,977,00(
Ho seos uo necessity for continuin
the Bureau beyond New Year's Day
ak which time it expires by Congre
Bt^Anal limitation, and his rccommei
dation for the future looks only to tl
organization of freedmen's hospita
at Washington, Richmond, Vick
burg and New Orleans. The est
mato for all this amounts to $90,00'
The school expenditures during tl
year wero $2,000.000, of which tl
freedmen paid $360,000, Northei
benevolent societies 8700,000 and tl
Government expenses for Octob
?.#21,750,000, exclusivo of interest.
Internal revenue receipts to-di
The debt statement ns publish)
^hows a decrease of $7,500,000.
2,000 stand of State arms, in tra
sit by railroad, from Jacksouvill
were seized by unknown persons.
W. TJ. Sanders, a colored man,
out as an independent candidate f
Congress from Florida.
A respectable merchant of Bal
more, named Ridgely, jnmped frc
tho roof of a hotel in that city ai
smashed his skull-killing him i
A heavy fire o. curred iu 111 in ii
N. Y., on Monday night, which t
stroyed a block of 'JJre sqnares
r i \ A NCI AL. AND COMMKIICI Al.
NEW YORK, November 6-Noon.
Money very unsottled under tho ?
citement Sterling 9J.?. Gold 32.
Floor 10?15o. lower, i Wheat noi
nally l@2o. lower. Corn dull a
drooping. Moss pork heavy, at 2G.
($26.85. Lard dull-steam !<&
?7>vi. Cotton drooping, at 26
7 P. M.-Cotton hoavy and
cidodly lower; sales 2.30U bales,
2u@25J??. Flour heavy-snperl
5.76; extra 0.2?@G.60. Corn
lower-mixed Western 1.14@1.
yellow Southern 1.08*31.?
Freights quiet-cotton atesm
BALTIMOIIE, November G.-Col
dull, at 25. Flour and whoat ?
Corn dull, with light receipts, at 1
($1.00. Bacon active-shoulders 1
~ AUGUSTA, November 6.-Col
market more active but pri?es lc
80108 ,815 balea; receipts 076-rn,d
?liug22^i; Boles of tho week 2,180;
receipts 3,280. , ^d) JT
: OHARtBSTON, November 6.-Cotton
dall and }?Q. lower-sales 110 bales;
middlings^3)v?@23^; receipts 559.
SAVANNAH, Npvomber G.-Cotton
dull and heavy-middlings ' 23>?@
23?.?; sales 538 balee; receipt? 1,135.
MoDTJjK, November G.-Cotton mar?
ket qniet'and Trcak; aide? 100-mid?
dling 223?@23; receipts 70*. Sales
of ibo week 1,950.
NEW OBDEANH, November? G.-Mid?
dlings cotton 23J?(?)23%; sales 4,600
bales; receipt-* 7,902; exports 330; iu
ceipts of tho week, propor, 34,403.
Gold unsettled and closed at 88%@
84. Molasses eiiaier-Centrifugal
70; prime to choice 85. Flour firmer;
super G.50. Corn iu light supply and
higher-now 1.00. Pork 32@32)?.
Bacou scarce-shoulders 14^@15;
rib 18??@19; clear 20.
LIVERPOOL, November 5-Evening.
Cotton firm-uplands Illy; Orleans
llj^; sales 25,000 bales.
LONDON, November G-3 P. M.
Consols 94^. Bonds easier, at 13?.?'.
LIVERPOOL-, November G-3 P. M.
Cotton firm and steady; sales of tho
week 121,000 bales; exports 27,000;
speculation 20,000; stock 420,000;
Americnu 48,000-tho latter nearly
30,000 over the estimate.
LIVERPOOL-, October G-Eveuiug.
Cotton afloat 284,000bales, including
35,000 from tho United States. Yarns
and fabrics heavy.
Deport for Week ending friday, Nov. 6.
PlicSNiX OFFICE, COLUITIUA, Nov. 7.
Tlic demand for cotton bas been guoddur
iug thu past week, and all that wa? offered
ba? been readily taken by buyers,|at priced
ranging from 22*?23" for middlings. Thc
salea of tho week have been 278 bales, as
follows: 4 at 21$; 1 at 194; 3 at 21J; 50 at
221; 10 at 22]; 11 at 22'; 01 nt 23; 33 at 22|;
4fi]al 22i; 8 at 234.
There hus been no change in other arti?
cles of country produce; all that come* in
it? readily taken, at fall price*.
Tho following buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Hank NotCH, ia prepared by Gregs,
Palmer A Co., Brokera:
Bank of Camden. .25
Bank of Charleston.25
Bank of Chester.7
Bank of Georgetown.5
Bank of Newberry. 35
Bank of South Carolina. 8
Bauk of Btato of South Carolina, [old,]..20
Bank of State of South Carolina, [new,].|l
Bank of Hamburg. 8
Commercial Bank. 1
Exchange Bank. 8
Plantera* Bank. 4
Farmer? and Exchange Bank.1
State Bank. 1
South-Western Railroad Bank, fold.]_25
Planters and Meehan lea.lti
WlioK-bule l'rlrcH Current.
COailECTFJ) WEEKLY nY
ms COJXrMWATBOAlRl) OF TUA DE.
APPLES--Fer buBhel.1 00 @1 25
BAGGING- Gunnv, per vard.. 25? 28
Dandee u ? so
BALEROl'E-Manilla.pcrlb.. 2C @
N.Y.or Weat, M 10 (di 15
BUTTER- -Northern, per lb.. 50 ?
Couutrv, " .. 25 (Tr, 30
BACON* - Ham*., peril.. 20 ? 23
Sides .. . 18 ? li?
Shoulder*., " . IB1? 10
BRICKS-Per 1,000.9 00?12 00
CANDLES-Sperm,per lb ... 40? 70
Adamantine, " .. 21 ? 25
Tallow, ?' .. 18 to 20
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .1 80 @1 90
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lb 28?? 23.'
Middling. " 22.J? ?A
Low Middling, " ? 22.'
Good Ordinary, " 21 J? 22
Ordinarv. 19 Ot.
CHEESE -English Hairy, per lh20 (ti. 23
factory, " 16 fid 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 21 (<6 25
Laguayra, ". 27 (al 29
Java, " ... 87 (?fl 40
FLOUR -Country, pi-r bbl. .13 00014 1)0
Northern.8 OOtfjlt 00
GRAIN Corn, por bueh. 90? 1 00
Wheat. ** .2 25^3 00
Oat*. .? .80 @ 90
1'eaM, .. . 70fr so
HAY-Nortneni, por cwt .
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12J? 1*
Green. *. . 8
?NDIGO -Carolina.1 00(Tri 25
LARD-Per lb.IS M. 24
LUMBKIl Boaida, per 100 ft. 1 60
Scantling, " 1 50
Shiuglce, per 1,000.. 2 75
LIME Per bbl.2 70?2 80
MOLASSES Cuba, per gallon. 5?@?U
New Orleans, *. I 00?1 25
Sugar House. " .. 75? 1 25
NAILS--I'. r keg.fi 00???7 00
ONIONS -Per bushel.1 25?2 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 50? 55
Machiner v " _ 75? 1 00
POTATOES- Irish, per bnehcl.l 50?2 00
Sweet, " . GO? 75
BICE Carolina, per lb . . 9? li
Eant India. '. .
SPECIE Goldj.1 32j<?l .".fi
Silver.I 23? 1 27
snOT, per bag. 3 25@8 50
SALT-Liverpool, per Back_2 50<W?2 7.1
SOAP Per ??..74? ll
sp[ H ITS -Alcohol, per gallon C w
Brandv, " .1 00? 12 0C
Holland Gin, " ...'< 00?7 Of
American " 5fl?4 0C
Jumaicu Dum, . ..6 00?7 0(
N. E. " .. .3 50?3 7'
Bourbon Whifekcy,. .3 50?4 fit
Monongahela " . .3 75? 1 (K
Rectified " . . 2 50?2 7."
Sl'OAK Crushed, por lb.18?c
?'owdorcd, " . 18?
?rown. " .121? li
STAKCH-JVr lb.10? 1.
TBA Gre?n, per 1?..1 00?2 Ot
Black, " .1 00?1 5(
TOBACCO-Ohowing, per IV.... 50?l ?
Smoking. " .50?1 Oi
VINEG\R -Wine, per gallon... .70? 7,
Cider, " ...50? 0
French, " . 1 25f?l 5i
WISTE -Champagne, per bi-.ski t.25?32 0
l'ort, per gallon.8 00?5 0
Sherry, " .ii 50?0 0
Madeira, " .S 50?fi 0
!_ DOKKMTIO HA KKK!.
MEATS Pork, per lb. 1
Boof, ". 8 ?1
Mutton," . 1
POULTRY -Tarko?, per pair.
Dooks, ,f .
Chicken*. " . ...25?S
Fourth Ward Club.
/TIBE members of Fourth Wara Derao
X eratic Club aro requested lo roeeL it
the P?araeito Engine House, TU 18 EV'S RT
ING, at half-past 7 o'clock. A. full and
paootq il attoudanoo ia requested.
Nov 7 1 T. J. GIBBON. Seo'y,
Soy 7 13_
? Grand Lodge of Ancient Free Masons
of South Carolina.
rpnE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION of
JL the Mosd Worshipful Grand Lodge or
Ancient Frei- Mason? of South Carolina,
will be boldon at Mnsonic Hall, Charles?
ton, on TUESDAY, I7ih November, 18C3,
commencing at High Twelve. Thc Presi?
dents of the various railroads in South
Carolina have kindly consented to permit
tho Grand Officers und Delegates to pns?
and repasa thereon for one fare. Tho full
faro is to be paid at tho placo nf starting,
ami certificates will be issued by tho Graud
Socrctary, al tho close of the communica?
tion, entitling thc bold?f to return free of
any charco whatever.
Worshipful Mast? i- and Wardens, or
Delegates of any suhSi-dinato Lodge-.'. |
Grand Officers and Past Mas to rn, win take
due notice and govern themselves accord?
ingly, ll. S. BRUNS, 32d Degre e,
Nov 7|3 Grand Secretary.
ASOBER, RELIABLE and "SWIFT"
COMPOSITOR, can ol.tain employ?
ment at thc I'liamii Office. None other
need .ipply. Nov :'.
IFE INSURANCE enables a mun to
XJ put himself in harmony with Di?
vine Providence. Providence hae brought
thc institution into being to blowj the
race. Ho who refuses it. distrusts and
despises Providence and invitoa it.* ven
seance upon himself ami his household, j
Wo know ut no fallacy so transparent, no ?
delusion more grononipus, than that
which makes the practice of Life Insurance
appear as au attempt tn controvt rt the
Thousand* nf widows and orphans live
to attest the divine beneficence of LIFE
INSURANCE. Without its protecting
scgis, many of them would, to-day, be beg?
gars upon the streets, fir occupants of
poor-houses and penitentiaries. No man
can foretell what will be hi.- circumstances
at tho time of his de ath. The rich man of
to-day dies thc pauper of to-morrow, and
thc family, delicately roared, become tho
unprepared victims of dire Want, with her
train of countless evils. Such a result is
impossible, with a policy or Life Insurance
It, indeed, offers thc only absolutely safe
investment which can bc made for the
benefit of ono's family and of his own old
age. All other investments may result in
loss or ruin. If all would insure, who can
calculate the immense suffering and crime
which the world would bc spared!
JKT.VA UPE INHCRANCK COMPA?
NY, of Hartford, Connecticut,
Assets - - - $10,000,000
H. E. NICHOLS * CO.,
October 2?> :lni06 General Agents.
THE largest and best
". collection of F RUIT
ATHEES ever before
grown at theao Nurseries
i is now offered for fall and win?
ter planting, embracing AI
PLFS and PEACHES of all the choice
varieties, including many Southern kinda,
particularly adapted to our soil and cli?
mate, from the earliest to tho latest.
Tears, the largest and bust collection in
the South, with new Southern varieties;
standards aud dwarfs, of largo size, can
bo. furnished. Apricots and Nectarines,
Plums, Cherries, Quinces, Medlars, Evcr
boaring Mulberries, English Walnuts.
Spanish Cbcsnuts. French Haz.lenuts, red
and white; Pomegranites, Fign, several
hurdy kinds; Grapes, all the choice table
varieties and for vineyards; Raspberries,
Strawberry Plants, all tho heit, suited to
ORNAMENTAL EVERGREENS, a largo
and varied collection, embracing many
new Cypresses and Junipers, suitable for
CcniO tories; Magnolias, Deodar Cedars,
Ac, fine seedling plants; Rosos, all the
best, including tho now French kinds;
Dahlias of every shade and color; Gladia?
tors, now French and Belgian; Tube
Roses, Crysanthemums; Asparagus and
Horse ItaUish Roots; Osage Orauge and j
Macartney Bose, for hodges--plant these i
to protect your Orchards and Vinoyards.
A now general descriptive catalogue, con-1
taining till necessary information, in press
and will be forwarded to aU patrons. AU .
orders ?hould bc addressed direct to me 1
and will receive prompt attention.
WM. SUMMER, Agent,
Nov "> '.Sino Pomnria, S. C.
THE FARMERS AND PLANTERS
OF RICHLAND COUNTY are rcquoatod
to meet at Council Hall, in Colum?
bia, S. C., on SATURDAY, tho Tib of No?
vember next, at 1 o'clock P. M., for the
purpose of forming an Agricultural Socie?
ty for thia County.
" AH persons interested in the agricultural
interests of tho County, aro requested to
attend, as great good may rcsalt from it.
New Guns-Gunsmith Shop.
TUE undersigned would respectfully in?
form his old friends of Newberry, Lau?
rens mid Union, and tho public generally,
that he han established himself in Colum?
bia, at Bronson's old stand, on Main
street, near Roy no Sa Sprowl's marble
yard, where bo will make and repair Guns
and Locks of every description, and keep
for salo Gens, Locks, Pistols. Cartridges,
Powder, Shot, and Gun Materials of all
kinds. Also, Guns ordered for friends
from tho boat makers of.America and
England, at cost prices, for caab.
! Address SEBASTIAN KRAFT',
Oot 29 Jlino <_ Columbia, 8. C.
New Buokwaeat Flour.
5BARBELS BUCKWHEAT FLOUE.
G barrels Golden Byran.
For sale by E. * G. D. HOPE.
New Hulled Buckwheat
Kf\ PACKAGES New Hulled BUCK?
OVJ WHEAT, just received and for aale
in quantities to snit psrsh??sr;, at lu*
prices. J. A T. B. AGNEW.
TEE POLLOCK HOUSE.
THE undersigned informa the pabilo
that he his pst hid tmtire establish?
ment in thorough order for tho approach?
ing winter, and haring added a Urge ?nd
well-lighted room, on the first g^f--^
fleer, ein accommodate PRIVATE OHBL
DINNER and SUPPER PARTIES. ' -U W
Entrance front and roar.
In tho eecood storr, ie a handsomely
j. n j^Torttehed BILLIARD
xHMMWiW^F^Phelan Tables, or tho very
T T * - T -- latest style and finish.
In the ?SAMPLE ROOM, excellent
Wines, Liquors, Segara, Smoking and^n>
Chewing Tobacco, etc., can bo ob-MU
tai ned. \?J
OYSTERS, CAME and PISH constantly
on hand. T. M. POLLOCK.
FINE NORTHERN APPLES
rUST received and for sali- at MCKEN?
ZIE'S Confectionery, Greenfield's
Ri >W ._' _NPT t! \
T^TTTT* UNDERSIGNED has opened
X XX JCi an OYSTER SALOON, at tho
Carolina House, and will furnish, at short
notice, OYSTERS FRIED, ROASTED,
STEWED and on the SHELL. Givo mo a
eal!. W. E. SESSFOED.
1)IT.E and good, for eale by
Nov G FISHER* LOWRANCE.
Oin, ?c., Ac.
For .-;i!e low liv
Nov G FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Pure Leaf Lard
I710R ?ah- by
N"vG .FISHER A LOWRANC E.
Smoked Beel' and Breakfast Bacon.
Q Ai 1 IjI5S- Choice SMOKED BEEF.
OvJU 1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon Stripe.
Fi r sale bv E. A G. D. HOPE.
Nov G ^
6BALES Superior COTTON BAGGING.
SO coils Greenlea! and Manilla Rope.
For sale low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
AFRESH supply received to dav.
Nov 4 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
JUST received, a supply of PISTOLS,
from tho moat celebrated makers;
alao, Cartridges, Powder, Shot, Load, Per?
cussion Caps, Gun Wada, Powder Flasks,
Shot Bolts and Shot Pouches, for salo at
low figures for cash bv
Nov 5 .UT.R. AGNEW.
Old and New Corn.
OLD CORN $1.25, at retail.
New Corn $1.10, at retail.
Nov 3 FI8HEB A LOWRANCE.
Russia Oin Bristles,
DRESSED and undressed, for sale bv
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
For Sale-The Carolina House.
1MIE undersigned offera for sale the
. above establishment. It is well alta?
ated for business. R. DALRY.
Notice to Teachers.
ATEACHER wanted tn take charge, ua
rUINCIPAL,of the Edgefleld Female
Academy. None need apply unless well
recommended as competent to teach the
Languages, and proparc young ladies for
An Assistant Teacher, us also a Minde
Teacher, baa been engaged.
School to commence SECOND MONDAY
in Januarv, 18G3. J. L. ADDISON.
Nov 6 _2
New Boot, Shoe
B-V * M
THE undersigned, who is experienced in
tho business, ha* opened a line and
carefully selected stock of goods in thc
above line, and invites a call from pur?
chasers. In tho assortment, will be found
Gent'*, Ladies', Misses', Bovs', Youths'
und Children's BOOTS and S?OES, of tho
best make. His stock of HATS is varied.
The articles will be disposed of cheap for
cash. A. SMYTHE^
lu Presbyterian Depository, opposite
Kinard's dry goods ?toro. Oct 21
(*S?3E THE subscriber has just received
IMfUfronQ the potteries, in England, his
supply of WHITE GRANITE and
COMMON EARTHENWARE for the
fall trade. Country doalerH and house?
keepers are invited to examine his stock.
A full stock of Whito and Gold Bind DIN?
NER aud TEA WARE, and Fancv CHINA
FRENCH BOHEMIAN AND AMERICAN
With a complote assortment of SILVER
PLATED GOODS. TABLE CUTLERY, JA?
PANNED and PLANISHED WARE, and
Ort 22 t W WM. It. STAN'LKV.
Chester Nursery Garden.
FRUIT TREES, of all descriptions, for
sale. The verv best early and late
Southern Apples and Peaches, Evergreens.
Roses, Dahlias, Flowering Shrubs and
Vines, Green-house Plants, Ac. Persons
who wish to procure Trees or Plants to
improve their homesteads, will dowell to
examine my Price List, which can be bod
W. BLAKE, Nurseryman,
Oct 22 jflaio Ohestor, H. C.
90 BBLS. FLOUR, iron? the
j Valli-y of Virginia, just received in
store. We aro anxious to introduce this
Floor, ?ad, eonaumontir, will sell it at
very low Agares. From tS.OO per bbl., up.
Oot 80 GEO. W. PA RKER, 4f't.
THE undersigned Commissioners, ap?
pointed by tho General Asaemblv of
South Carolina, at ita lato session, will re?
ceive li id H for tho valnablo Water Power
known aa the COLUMBIA CANAL, until
tho 5th day of JANUARY, 18G9.
i The Canal is eicht thnnn&nd sir hundred
and fifty-four (8,001) yat ap long, and the
avorago fall for'the drat thrco miles is
fonrleen foet, boro manolo g at ten feet, at
i Upper street, in Columbia, and attaining
nineteen feet one inch at Bridgo stroot;
tho remaining two miles, from Bridge
street to ita mouth, commences at nine?
teen feet.ten inches and attains a fall of
Fine building sites exist between the
Canal and Bivor, Riving complete protec?
tion to building" ami machinery from
freshets. The State, through tho under?
signed, will convey tho Canal, und all its
appurtenances, together with the right of
way for IOU feet on each sitio of tho contre
of the Canal, to tho purchaser. Compen?
sation to thc adjacent land-owners, for tho
right of way, to bo made by tho purchaser;
on the same just and equitable terms that
thc right of way was conveyed to tho
Grccnvillo and Columbia Railroad Compa?
ny by Act of December 15, 1845.
This power has been accurately surveyed
by Prof. John LeConte, of tho Booth Ca?
rolina University. He ostimatca that by
doubling thc original capacity of tho
Canal, ns required by tho Act, that the
power sccureil to Bridge street will bc 355
horse-power, the average hoad being four
Icon feet; and from bridge street to its
mouth 532 horso-power, with an average
head of twenty-one feet, anet a current of
ono foot per second. With a current of
two feet per second tho powers would bo
710 and 1,004 horse-power; and if tho ma?
chinery is not run at night the powor may
bc doublet!, by accumulating water in re?
"Aa tho supply of water," says Prof.
LeConte, "which may bo turned from tho
River into tho Canal at its hoad is almost
unlimited, thc Canal can be enlarged to an
extent commensurate with tho demand for
water power. If desired, it may bo made
to supply water to tho oxtcnt of 5,000
horso-power or more. In fact, by very
simple arrangements, one-third, or one
half, or even more, of thc wholo water in
Rroad Rtver might he tuvnod into such an
This water power is within tho limits of
the city of Columbia, anti contiguous to
railroads which connect it with nearly
every County in tho State of South Caroli?
na, anel with tho atljoining States of North
Carolina and Georgia, amt their abunelant
supplies of cotton, rice, corn, wheat, beef,
pork, anel other vegetable and animal pro?
ductions, anel also in daily communication
with tho sea-ports of Charleston, Savannah
and Wilmington. The city is supplied
with gas and fine water; the climate is sa?
lubrious and healthy, being above tho
miasmatic region; landa in the vicinity
aro cheap, anti the soil fertile; and thcro
aro but few sections in the South which
present greater attractions for settlement
or resilience. The water power, from its
magnitude and ailvantuges, is unequaled
by any in South Carolina, anti unsurpassed
by any in tho Southoru country.
The property will bc sold on the follow?
ing conditions, to wit: 1ft. The purchaser
shall, within two years from the date of
conveyance, complete tho widening and
deopening of said Canal to at least twice
its original capacity. [Its original capaci?
ty was fifteen feet wide at top, eight feet
at bottom, and four feet in depth. To
double it, according to Prof. LoConte's re?
port, it will require tho removal of 30,107
cubic yards of earth, and 3,200 cubic yards
of stone, to Brielge street; and from Bridge
stroet to its mouth 22,17?; cubic yards of
earth, but no stone.] That the same shall
always bo kept open for boating purposes,
freo t)f charges, for toll or otherwise, to
where it is now used. [ This will not inter?
fere at all with the water power for driving
machinery, as boats only descend as far as
tho first lock, near Upper street.] That
the water shall not ho permitted to Docomo
stagnant, aud that it shall not bo used for
other than hydraulic purposes. And that
there shall b? a reservation to the Stute of j
water power sufficient for tho purposes of
the State Penitentiary, for all time, free of
charge. [This is estimated, at the maxi?
mum, at 100 horoe-power ] Anti upon thc
further condition that the work of widen?
ing and deepening thc said Cnual shall ho
commenced within six montns, and tho
sum of $10,000 shall bc expentlcel on thc
same within twelve months from the date
That ono-third tit the sum bid shall he
paid within thirty days after notice of ac?
ceptance of bid; one-third at the expira?
tion of six mont lia therefrom, and the re?
maining third at the expiration of twelve
months. Titles delivered on payment of
first instalment; and thc title herein pro
p iseel to be conveyed shall revert to the
State on default being made of any of tho
foregoing conditions, including payment
of all the purchase money.
Parties sending biela will please furnish
tho Comniisaioucra with reference as to thc
ability promptly to make good the same.
Every facility will be afforded for tho ex?
amination of tho property, and communi?
cations m av bo addressed to
ROBERT K. SCOTT,
ROBERT N. LEWIS,
CHARLES M. WILDER.
Nov 1 Columbia, S. C.
T^EW HOODS. NEW GOODS, of all
kind*. *t.\h' and price?, jr.at in and fot sah;
at C. F. JACKSON'S, such as new !<-t nt
CLOAKS and CLOAKING,
Dress Trimmings and Buttons,
Prints anet Homi<*puns, .
GLOVES and HOSIERY,
Shawls and nt.utaus,
Rod and Wmte Flannels,
D+lancs ?nd Merinos,
Black DrtHs Goods, *o.
Another lot of tbsse eheap TOWEL8
and TABLE CLOTHS.
Remember, ?t C. F. JACKSON'S.
(.in nfc li ni nu 'liii i II i i m'ii ???uni
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
In re. Wm. Summer, of Newberry, Baok
Bx ordor of Hon. Goorgo 8. Bryan,
Judge of -the Unitod Statoe Court, for
the District of Sooth Carolina, I will sell,
on TUESDAY, tho 2d day of December
? valuable tract of LAND, containing
30 acres, moro or less, situate m the Coun?
ty of Richland, and bounded on the South
bv Boundary strcot, North of the city of
Columbia' on thb West by State Fair
Grotmds, 6n tho North by Dr. Kennedy's
land, and on the East byl&dQS of Vis?
Sallie Mcculloch. Thin valuable piero of
property odors raro inducements as build?
ing lots or for farmirjg purposes, and will
bo sold as will bo mont desirable to all con?
Terms cash. Furchaoers ' to pay for
stamps and papers.
THOMAS W. HOLLOWAY,
j Nov 7 tuth_, Assign?e
I F. WV McMaster, Administrator, with tho
will annexed, va. Alfrod M. Hunt.
IN pursuance ot tho decretal order in tho
above stated case, I will sell, before
the Court House in Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in December next,
All that lot of LAND, iu the city of Co?
lumbia, containing three-quarters of aa
aero, moro ojr lose, bounded on the North
by Joseph itandall's lot, on tho East by
Assembly streot, South hy Gervais street,
and West by lot belongo;g to said Alfred
M. Hunt. On tho promises is a large (in
part now) and commodious hotel.
TURKS OF S.\M\-Cash enough to pay thc
cost of suit and sale, and one-third of
dobt; balanco on a credit ol ono year, se?
cured by bond and mortgage of the pro- .
mises. Purchasers to pay for papors,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Nov 7 i _j_??i __C. E. R. D.
The Theological Seminary of tho Evange?
lical Lutheran Church of 8outh Carolina.
and adjacent States, vs. M. A. Blundintr,
IN pursuance of tho decretal ordor in the.
above stated caso, I will eoll tho follow
I ing real estate, on tho FIRST MONDAY in
Dccomber next, at thc Court House in Co?
lumbi?, to wit:
! Bounded on tho North by Plain street.
East by lot of John W. Powell, 8outh by
lot of J. G. GibboB, West by an alley ex?
tending from Plain street to the Court ?
House lot, fronting on Plain street feet.
TEUMS OF SALE.--Cash to pay costs of
snit and sale, balance on a credit of ono,
two and three years, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. D. B. DE8AU8SURE,
Nov 7 i C. E. R. D.
Broker and Commission Merchant,
WALHALLA, 8. C., and Honea Path,
8. C., will attend to all business
entrusted to his care at either place.
August 13_. . _
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
m?? __?. _
Interest Allowed on Teposits. ?
Advances Made on Cotton.
Extra Family Flour.
i)AA BARRELS and bags, at lowest
(?UU cash prices.
September 19_E. A G. D. HOP?.
THE undersigned have entered into a
COPARTNERSHIP for tho transaction
of the GROCERY, HUtDWARE and COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, dating from tho first
Fobruarv, 1808. Name ana style of tho
firm wili be T. J. A H. M. GIBSON.
* T. J. GIBSON.
Oct ll Imo H. M. GIBSON.
New No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackeroi.
X"*"N KITTS, Quarter, Half and Whola-,
100 boxes No. 1 and Scaled Herrings. .
For salo low, by E. A G. D. HOPE.
DILLON'S COTTON TIES are now,
offered by the undersigned ut the
low price of EIGHT CENTS PER POUND,
to close consignments.
GUNNY CLOTH and Bale Hope, at very
low prices. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES mado on
COTTON consigned to JAMES W.
TRASH, New York, by applyive to
September IC 85 E^A G. D:H0PE.
B0UTT0N SEED WHEAT.
*}/\f\ BUSHELS of the celebrated Vir
?\)V) Rinia BO?TTON SEED WHEAT,
for sale by_E. A O. P. HOPE.
c\f\f\ POUNDS COTTON OIN BRIS?
AI 111 TLES, just received and for salo
by J. A T. K. AGNEW.
Trusses and Supporters.
IS store, a variety of superior TRUSSES
and Supporters. For sale by
Wrapping Fa^ er.
1 REAM? Grooer'e WRAPPING
JAJt ' 1 ^ER for salo at New York '
prices. E. AO. D.flOPB.
Bluestone, Bluestone, Bine Stone.
2(\t \(\ POUNDS superior BLUE
AJyJyJ STONE, for sale by
FISHER SL HBINITSH,
VERY fine Northern IRISH POTATOES*
last receivod and for a?le by
Oct SO * GEO. W. PARKER, Ag't.