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LONDON, September' i&'-Tho ' Times,
in discussing Coban afiairs, h opes'Spain
will ebon eeo that it is gb od to got .rid di
O nba ou any terms. ( , . _
The Cuban expedition from New Bed?
ford was overbaolf d at sea.
There was a large meeting of the cot?
ton merchants, spinners and manufac?
turera at- Manchester, mst evening, ( for
the parp?se o? considering the condition
of trade in Lancaster. Speeches were
made and resolutions adopted. One of
the latter asserted that it was expedient
to form an association to urge Parlia?
ment to grant au inquiry into tue causes
of the depressed state of capital and la?
bor. It was also resolved to hold a s?*
ries of pnblio meetings in the principal
towns , of Enternd. The we.tit of reci?
procity, the" Frebch treaty, and the sys?
tem of American imports and English
exports were generally condemned.
MADRID, September 15.-Tho journals
assert that the Government recently sent
a letter to the great powers of Europe
repeating a note from Gen. Sickles, the
American Minister, on the subject of the
recognition of Cuba, and that replies,
favorable to the rights of Spain, have
been received from England, France and
WASHINGTON, September 15.-Tho
Spanish Orgad at New York asserts that
both the Spanish and Cnbau reports of
fights near Los Tunas are fictitious.
The mixod schools proposition was de?
feated here by a vote of six to ?even.
Tht?word ..white" remains in the district
soho 61 regulations.
AA enthusiastic annexation meeting
was. held iu Quebec ou Saturday.
Secretary Seward has retnrned safely
from Alaska, and now visits thc City of
Mex i co.
The steamer Hornet hos sailed from
Halifax, with a lot of hard customers, nt
high waged; her supposed destination
Three whites and twenty Indians were
recently killed in Arizona, fighting over
a wagon train.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $308,
Secretary Robeson is here.
The Treasury Department will melt
over 100 counterfeit plates, now in its
possession. Two or three very fine plates
will be preserved as specimens.
The recently adopted Virginia Consti?
tution abrogates all, and forbids the Le?
gislature passing new, stay laws.
Bontweii returns on Friday.
Motley was not forbidden to entertain
invitations to re-open the Alabama
claims negotiations. Motley is now en?
gaged negotiating an important consular
Sickles was not authorized to make any
demand upon the Spanish Government.
He was instructed merely to act discreet?
ly, but with earnestness, as a mediator
between Spain and Cuba, on the basis
already published, for the independence
of the island. Leading members of the
Government, including the Regent, favor
the proposition, but are not free, at pre?
sent, to accept it.
NEW ORLEANS, September 15.-Perry
Fuller and "Waddy Thompson, of the
brig Colson notoriety, were arrested in
St. Louis, Monday, upon au affidavit of
Treasury Agent Kinsella, charged with
defrauding the Government, and will be
brought here for examination.
ATLANTA, September 15.-The Execu?
tive Committeo of tho Democratic party
of Georgia met here to-day, but no quo?
rum being prosont, they adjourned sine
CHARLESTON, September 15.-Arrived
-steamers Saragossa, New York; Pro?
It is not tho least remarkable fact in
the history of the times that General
Rawlins died poor. Radicalism will tell
you it was his own fault. Honest men
will tell you it was ono of his greatest
virtues. "He occupied a position," says
the Chicago Times, "from 18G1 to his
death, in 1869, at every portion of which
ho could have made his services and in?
fluence of pecuniary value. No other
man has been situated so as to have
made more money with less troublo or
liability of exposure. Cotton buyers
stood always ready to give him thou?
sands for a strip of paper. He was ex?
posed.to temptations such as rarely fall
to the lot of any man. That bo nobly
resisted them, his poverty demonstrates.
Ho was the owner of no houses and lots,
no aores of land, no carriages and horses
Eresented him by admiring 'friends.'
iot thoso who want to thoroughly appre?
ciate the nobility of his character, his
devotion to duty, and his wonderful ab?
negation, not omit to notice that, with
an opportunity to accumulate millions,
he died poor."
GOOD HOPE FOR THE SOOTH.-Tho Mo?
bile Register thinks that, if history has
not falsified the truth in all hor examples,
a great f ature is beforo the long-suffering
people of the South. Division of labor,
fertilizers, a id labor-saving agricultural
implements, it is nowpluin, will produce
from tho Southorn soil all that it yielded
undor tho large plantation system. Tho
millions yiolded from the earth, formerly
required for purchasing and replenishing
slave labor, will be hereafter saved, aud
will necessarily find useful and produc?
tivo investment at homo. Tho carpet?
bag and scalawag exodus established,
ana the State governments onco moro in
the hands of tito people, the road to
peace and prosperity will be clear and
open, and the people, learning wisdom
from tho trials and the errors of the past,
will "pluck from the nettle danger the
James Norton and Michael and Thos.
Hearing, Boston fishermen, were drown
ed in tue gale on "Wednesday last.
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COLUMBIA, 8. ?., Bepterriber 15.
Sulea of cotton (bia day 67" bales-mid?
dlings 28. '
NBW-YO?K, ?aptooiber l^t?f****.
Stocka unsettled. Money 6@T, Sterling
-long 8>?; short 8^. Gold 86. '62's
22; Tennessee's, ox-conpons, 61,^ ; new
53'u asked; Virgin i a's, ex-coupons, 55;
new 583'i'; Louisiana's, old, 72; levee's
65#;8's 84>?; Alabama 8's 92 J?; Geor?
gia 6's 88; 7'B.90; North Carolina's, old,
55; new 47>B ? South Carolina's, new, 67.
Flour 5(3)10o. lower. Wheat favors buy?
ers. , Corn dull and heavy. Pork nomi
nal, itt 80.50. Cotton lower, at 31
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy but decidedly
lower, with sales of 1,200 bales, nt 30>?.
Flour heavy-Southern common to fair
extra email@example.com. Wheat heavy and 1@
2c. lower-Western red 1.53?1.57. Corn
closed a shade firmer-mixed Western
1.09(3^1.14. Pork heavy and lower, at
19.90. Lard a shade lower, at 1934?
19^. Whiskey quiet, at 1.30. Bice
heavy-Carolina 8@9. Sugar higher
and in good demand. Coffee firm. Mo?
lasses dull. Money easy, at 7. Gold
active, at 3G V,. Stocks weak and unset
BALTIMORE, September 15.-Cottou ir?
regular, at 30. Flour quiet and firm
demand light. Wheat aud corn un?
changed- Oats G0@62. Pork quiet, at
33.50. Bacon firm and active. Whiskey
scarce, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CINCINNATI, September 15.-Whiskey
dull. Pork and lard dull and nominal?
ly unchanged. Shoulders 15^@16,1^;
NEW ORLEANS, September 15.-Cottou
lower-middlings 30; sales 448 bales; re?
ceipts 1,088. Lard lower, at 20(a?22.
Sugar Mc. higher. Gold 3iJi.
MOBILE, September 15.-Sales of cot?
tou to-day 75 bales-middlings 28,1J@
29; receipts 220.
AUGUSTA, Soptember 15.-Cotton mar?
ket opened easy and closed at 2c. off,
with sales of 263 bales-middling 26; re?
SAVANNAH, September 15.-Cotton
market dull, with a declining teudency
middling 27}y, sales 100 bales; roceipts
CHARLESTON, September 15.-Cotton
dull and depressed, with a downward
tendency-sales 52 bales; middlings
nominally 28|? ; receipts 713.
LONDON, September 15-Noon.-Con?
sols 92%. Bonds SS,^.
LIVERPOOL, September 15-Noon.
Cotton dull and irregular-uplands 13)^;
LrvERrooL, September 15-Evening.
Cotton closed irregular-upland? 13; Oi?
lcans 13>?; sales 4,000 balea.
PARIS, September 15.-Tho Bourse
opened fiat-Rentes 70 and 90.
HAVRE, September 15.-Cotton opens
heavy, but quiet.
A horrible sensational story has been
sot afloat by a correspondent of a New
York paper, in connection with the late
coal mino disaster at Plymouth, Penn.
According to this correspondent, an an?
tagonism has existed in that section fora
year or two past between the Welsh
miners and those of the other nations,
based upon the partiality shown to the
former in the way of promoting tliem to
fill most of the superior positions around
the mine. This antagonism has devel?
oped itself in evidences of ill-feeling.
The Welsh have always been slow to
strike, and in the meetings of tho Miners'
Unions they have nearly unanimously
voted against the "basis," which is a
term expressing an agreement among the
Miners to strike whenever tho coal fell,
and not work until it went above that
figuro again. The other miners have
mostly favored this mode of proceeding,
and the Welsh alone havo been opposed
to it. Three months ago a meeting was
held, at which, after much debate, it
was agreed on all sides to strike. The
strike was a failure, and tho "^Msli were
more indignant than ever with those
who lcd them into tho fruitless struggle
to uphold the "basis." On Monday, tlie
6th instant, tho men of Avondale mino
went to work, and, according to the
story, threats were freely made against
thom by the other miners for their
timidity in striking, when called upon to
hold out for any length of timo against
tho mine owners. On Monday morning
last tho funeral of a miner was an
nounced, to which all of the miners were
invited, except tho Welsh. The story
now prevailing to some extent in the
coal regions, according to tho corres?
pondent alluded to, is that when thc
Avondale miners went to their work on
Monday morning the wooden petition in
tho shaft was fired with kerosene oil by
some person standing in the tunnel,
forty feot below tho top of tho shaft, and
the work of destruction thus began. To
give oolor to this horrible assumption of
the mine being fired, ono man states that
the brattice, (meaning the centro portion
of tho shaft,) was loss burned below than
above, and that if it wore set on fire
from the furnace in thc mino, tho lower
part would bo totally consumed, and
tho upper would bo tho least a flee tea
The story is altogether too horrible for
A Washington despatch says that
Gov. Wells, of Virginia, tho defeated
"C. Bagger," has declared unqualifiedly
in favor of the removal of all political
disabilities from citizens of Virginia. It
must have taken n ten-corkscrow-powor
to twist such a declaration out of his
THE GROWING COTTON CROP OF EGYPT.
Advices from Alexandria to the 14th of
I August state about the growing of cot?
tou: "It is as yet too early in the season
to form an opinion of any value; but it
may be mentioned that tho rising of tho
Nile is satisfactory, and that the cotton
plants thus far look strong and healthy."
A monument to the memory of the
Confederate dead was dedicated at Stone?
wall Cemetery, Griffin, Ga., last week.
490 Confederate dead aro buried there.
In tho belter days o? tlrtrepubMovlAe
Constitution of thc United State?, Un?
shorn of it? virtue and B^fflgfthw^aaMtt
Demoorotio platform. The ramea? h*W
for some time been changing aud de?
grading it to make it a fitting platform
for themselves to stand on. The - party
will probably make nothing; Of it, and BO
have to stand on nothing-like a poor
wretch who ha8 kicked the scaffold from
nuder his own feet.
According to Grant's Attorney-Gene?
ral, Virginia will not be a State in the
Union until she shall have ratified the
fifteenth amendment and her Constitu?
tum aban* have been endorsed by Con?
gress. But bow can she ratify the fif?
teenth amendment before she is a State?
Doesn't the United States Constitution
say that amendments sholl be ratified by
the States? Then can they bo ratified
by non-States expecting to be States at
some future time? Was a skein of yarn
ever worse tangled than tho radical
brain ?-Lo u isv Hie Courier-Jo urnal.
THE Riarrr VIEW OF IT.-Tho Rich?
mond Whig takes General C O. Howard
to task for saying, iu a revient speech,
that slavery bad dwarfed tho intellect of
the African race, and we think our con?
temporary bas most decidedly got the
better part of the "Christian soldier" on
that point, when it says:
"Thin implios that tho intellect of tho
negroes has been dwarfed since their ar?
rival in this country. This is something
new to us. Tho common impression has
been that on their advent here they were
unmitigated barbrrians, many of them
cannibals, all of them a very low and un?
intellectual typo of humanity. All tho
humano ideas and civilized habits they
now possess were acquired here wbilo iu
a stnte of slavery, and from thoir white
musters. TL is, wo believe, is the fact,
never before contested, and still incon
AU that is needed now is, that in their
liberated condition they may be encou?
raged and facilitated in the uso of all tho
agencies for which they may have the
industry and capacity to avail them?
A FATHER FORCED TO LET HIS SON
DROWN IN ORDER TO SAVE MANY lavEs.
An occurrence of an exceedingly melan?
choly character is reported to hnvo taken
place yesterday afternoon at tho Passaic
river bridge of tho Newark and Now
York Railroad. A little boy ton ycais of
age, tho son of Mr. Decker, tho bridge
tender, fell overboard. Thc draw was
open at the time, and n train of cars ho?
ing near at hand, coming along ata swift
rate, the unfortunate man was unable to
leave his post clso tho ontiro passenger
train would be in danger of dashing into
the river; so that the agonized father had
to look on and actually seo his child sink,
though he could easily have saved him.
When the draw was closed he wont to
look for the body, and be found it with
life extinct. Redundant and exprossivo
though it be, the English language docs
not contain words that would convey an
idea even of the fearful ordeal through
which poor Decker passed during those
few terrible moments. Who can picture
the feelings of that agonized, heart?
broken parent, when ho picked np tho
body of bis nbiid-"Dead 1 dead 1 My
God, dendl" ns he frantically exolaimed.
[Newark (N. J.) Journal.
In the Probate Court.
Erporte Jacob H. Wells-Application for dis?
charge as Guar' tatt.
JACOB H. WELLS, Gu-rdian of Ella A.
WELLS, having this day filed his potition
for final dischargo as Guardian of Ella A.
W?lls, it is ordered that a hearing bo had
upon said petition on SATURDAY, 16th Octo?
ber, 18G9, at 10 A. M.
WILLIAM HUTSON WIGO,
Sept lf> tl mo_Judge of Probate.
R. & W. O. SUFFIELD.
?yyE arc receiving a very large stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, Ac., tte,
Which we havo selected with great care, aud
offer to our oustomors at
A NEW FEATURE.
WE have secured tho sorvices of a FIRST
CLASS ; D
FRENCH CUSTOM CLOTHING CUTTER
AND SUIT A ULE TAILORS,
And will make CLOTHING TO ORDER in
stylo and fit second to no other houso in the
Wo havo a magnificent lino of
FRENCH ANO "EN OHS II CA88IMKRKSJ
To select from, and will tako ploasuroin allow?
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLESALE
BUYERS. Sept 10
Union Council, No ; 6, B7 ? 8. M.
QA' AliMtid'1 con,TOoatl?n 'will bo bald
S?Nr-THIS EVEKING, at 8 o'eioek, nt Ma
?iiB-onio Hall. By order T. G. I.
Sept ? I A, J, BF^BYflRocordar.
Handsome Furniture at?Private Salo.
CONSISTING of PARLOR SET, I Walnut
Green Rep, Oiled Walnut LiureauH, Oiled
Walnut Wardrobes. Wash-stands, Mahogany
.Chairs, and sundry other articles. Apply at
bay Auction Room. JACOB LEVIN.
[Sept 15_i-_ y
200 or 800 lbs. Bourgeois Type,
BUT little worn; bj offered for ?ale, at a very
low rato. Also, a lot of LEADS and
RULES, twolvo ema pica in length. Apply at
PHONIX OFFICE. '_ 8ept 14
The Columbia Female Academy
OPEN8 on FRIDAY, Octobor 1. For parti?
culars inquire of the Principals.
JANE H. REYNOLDS.
Sept 9 nt) SOPHIA M. REYNOLDS.
Notice to Planters.
AT FOUR DOLLARS PER BALE.
OUR GINS are now in oporation at tho Con
garee Iron Works. From tho annoxed
certificate, it wiU be seen our Gins stand unri?
valled in Columbia, in consequence of tho clean
manner in which it takes tho lint from the
aocd. We feel justifiable in saying that wo can
produce moro lint cotton from tho same quan?
tity of seed than any other Gins iu operation
hero. SP?NCER & ALEXANDER.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Soptomber 14,18G0.
I do hereby certify that I have examined se?
veral Gins in Columbia, and have seen thom at
work, and am confident that tho Emory and Star
Gins out gin any th? t I have seen; eo much so
that I have purchased ono for myself. The
above Gins aro in operation bv Spencer tc
Alexander, at thc Congarco Iron Works.
JOHN K. G. NANCE,
Sept 15 5_Of Nowborry, S. C.
Sign of the Mammoth Walcli,
Gregg's 'Building, Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Dealer in Fine JEW?
ELRY, WATCHE 8,
SILVER and PLATED
WARE and Fancy Ar
ticlos. A largo assort?
ment of tho following
line of articles always
on hand: American
Bronzo Clocks, Meri?
den Brittania Ware,
Rogers' Brit'nia Ware,
pointed Pens, Italian
Violin Strings, Pebblo
Spectacles, and many
kept in a First Class
other articles usually
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Representing over $40,000,000 Capital.
-ETNA FIRE INSURACE COMPANY, Hart?
ford, Conn. Incorporated 1819. Charter per?
petual. Capital and surplus $5,300,000. Tho
strongest Piro Inauranco Company in Ame?
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of London. Incorporated 1803. Capital $8,
000,000 in gold. Policies issued payable in
Sold or curroncy. Par valuo of stock, $250.
[arket value in London (last sales) $1,750.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Hartford, Conu. Capital and sur?
FIRE INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPA?
NY, Richmond, Va. Authorized Capital $1,
MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, Hartford, Conn. Capital and surplus
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. Incorpo?
rated 1846. ABSots June 1, 1869, $25,000,000;
Surplus Juno 1, 1809, $7,000,060; Income for I
1868-9 $9,004,068. Nnmbor of Polices issuod,
60,500. Total claims by death paid to date,
$8,500,000. Annual dividends from 50 to 70 per
cent. As strong as tho strongest in America.
As liberal in its terms as tho most liberal.
ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Richmond. Va. Assots $600,000.
Dividend declared February, 18G9, 40 por cent.
As strong as any Lifo Insurance Company in
Risks taken on favorablo terms by
GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Office in roar ot Messrs. Duffie A- Chapman'.-*,
under tho "Columbia Hotel." Sept 12 lmo_
NEW FALL G30DS
From Latest Importations ! !
FRENCH MERINOES, all colors,
Empress Cloths, all colora,
Choice Poplins, now styles,
Tonges English Poplius, choice stylos.
Black Silks, best quality,
Fanoy Dolaines in new designs,
Fall Prints in great variety,
Tweeds, Jeans and Cassimercs,
Bleached and Brown Homespuns,
Hosiery, Gloves, Embroideries,
Plain and II. 8. Handkerchiefs,
And will bo SOLD LOW, to make room for
largo arrivals of Goods.
Our Stock will comprise, during the season,
the Htost stylos in Drct.s Goods, by every
steamer. WM. D. LOVE tc CO.,
Columbia Hotel Block,
Main street, Columbia, S. C.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
??- Agents for tho EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. THE BEST IN THE
\?)RLD._Sept 14 Ul
TINNED and Enameled Presorving KET?
TLES, for salo low, by
_ FISHER, LOWRANCE AFIRHEJL
Death to Flies'.
CHEMICAL PAPER for killing Flies-cer?
tain cleat h and destruction.
For salo by FISHER <t nEINITSII,
Aug 14 t_Druggists.
"Stonewall Flour." "
THIS justly celebrated brind of VIRGINIA
FLOUR can always bo obtained at atoro of
FI8HER, LOWRANCE Si FISHER.
FOR Wrapping and Pattern Cutting, for
sale at PHONIX OFFICE. Aug 19
UsitjKLStatet Marshal's Sale. ?1
? JACOB LEVrN, AUCTIONEER.
THIS THU?8DAY MORNING, the ICth in
htRnt, at half-past IO o'clock, at the Auc?
tion Boom of Jacob Levin, I will sell,
26 Half Boxes of TOBACCO, the samo hav?
ing been declared forfeited by the United
States Court. ' L, E. JOHNSON,
Sept 16 1_U. 8. Maashal for S. 0.
BY JACOB LEVIN
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, immediatcl
after tho Marshal's salo of tobacco,
10 boxes SOAP,
Wrapping Paper. Sec.,
On account ol all concerned.
Sundrv articles of Furniture and a good
Milch Cow._Sept 1(3
Wm. M. Beckham, Administrator, va. James
B. Williams, et al.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in thc
above stated case, I will sell, before
the Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October nev, within tho legal
All that TRACT or PLANTATION of LAND
in Richland County, on Congaree River, con
taiuing Bli acres, moro or loss, bounded bj
tho plantation known as Big Lake, the landi
of Thomas Davis and Congarco River.
AU that tract of Land in Richland County
containing thirty-one acres, moro or less, ot
Griffin's Creek; bounded by tho lands of CH tah
of John Bates, Palmetto Academy and others
All that tract of Laud, in Lexington County
known as tho "Sand Hill Tract," containim
810 acres, moro or less, between tho head
waters of Savauuah, Uuut, Tom's Creek am
First Creek; bounded by landB of Henry Sight
lor, Goorge W. L?rick, "F. E. Wilhams, Henr;
P. Geiger, Joel T. Lowman and J. F. Ensor.
THUMS OF SALE.-Cash sufficient to pa
costs aud expeuso of suit, and one-third of rc
siduc; balance OB a credit of orte? two an*
three years, secured by bond, with approve
personal security, and a mortgage of tho prc
mises sold; pursnasers to pay for all necessar
napers and stamps. P. F. FRAZEE,
Sept 12 mth_8. R. C.
Thomas F. Carbart vs. Robort C. Anderso
aud JamcB M. JonoB.-Bill to foreclose mor
IN pursuance of the decretal order of tb
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in tho abo\
stated cane, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDA
in October next, in front of the Court Hom
in Columbia, within tho legal hours: All th)
LOT OF LAND, lying and being in Hie city i
Columbia, on Richardson street, fronting c
said street 50 feet 4 inches, more or loss, an
running back or Westwardly from said et rei
153 feet, moro or loss, to a lot recently ownc
by J. B. Glass, now N. Byuum; bounded 8on1
by John ARIIOW'B lot, West by N. Bynum's lo
late J. B. Glass', North by Henry Davis' li
and East by Richardson street. On this li
there is a largo threo-etory brick building.
TERMS OF SALE-Cash sufficient to pay cos
and expenses of suit and Bale, and also, tl
sum of ?7,265 51, and tho interest which slit
have accrued thereon subsequently to tho 15
dav of August, 1869, and the balance on a cr
dit* until tho 15th day of March, 1871. Tl
purchaser to givo bond and mortgage of tl
Sremises, with interest thereon from tho 15
ay of March, 1869, payable annually, and
insure tho property in a sufficient amount ai
assign tho policy, and to pay for stamps ai
papeiB. P. F. FRAZEE, S. Ii. C.
Sept 12 mth_
Julian Soule, Adm'r, el al, vs Emma 8 Duo
IN pursuance of the decretal order of t
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I wiU st
on tho FIRST MONDAY in October next,
front of tho Court House in Columbia, witl
the legal hours, the following property, viz
Tho HOU8E AND LOT in tho city of Coln
bia, bounded on tho North by lands of V
Price; East by tho Marion Strcot Method
Church; South by Lumber street, and West
lauds of Wm Laval, Trustee, measuring
feet 6 inches, moro or less, on Lumber stre
and running back northwardly 126 feel
inches, more or less,
Tho House and Lot in tho citv of Columb
bounded on tho North by Lumber street, E
by lauds now or lately of Thomas H Wa
South by landa of Whitfield Walker, Trust
and West by Bull street, containing ono-1
of an acre, moro or less,
Tho House and Lot in the city of Colnml
bounded on tho North by-; East by lai
now or lato of Thomas H Wade; South on Ri
land street, and Wost by lands of Thor
Stenhouse, measuring54 feet, moro or less,
Richland street, and running back Northwa
ly 240 feet and ll inches, moro or less,
" Terms canh Purchaser to pav for star
and papors, P F FRAZEE, S R
Ez partr Mary J. Strother et al.-In Conu
IN pursuance of an order in tho above sta
caso, I will sell, on tho first MONDA'
October next, in front of the Court House
Columbia, within tho legal hourR,
All that LOT OF LAND, in thc citv of
lumbia, bounded OH thc North by Kiel:
Frederick W. Green, on the East by tho
lumbla Canal, on tho South by Senato t-tr
and on the Weat by tho Cong'aroo River, <
taining two and one-half acres, moro or 1
This property will be eold subject to the cl
of tho life interest of P. Bofil, now hold b
A. Pearce, jr., and is limited to $500.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. <
Martha G. Roberts, Administratrix, vs. Ro
O. Sams et ux., ct al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order of tho
cuit Court, sitting in Equity in the al
stated case, I will Bell, on tho first MONI
iu October next, in front of tho Court Ho
in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL OF LA
iu the city of Columbia, butting and boun
to tho North on Christ Church, to tho S(
on Taylor street, to tho East on lot fom
of O. M. Roberts, now of Samuel Waddle,
to tho West on Marion street; measuring
and Wost 156 fcot, and North and Soutl
feet, moro or less.
TKUMS OF SALK- Ono-half cash; tho bal
on a credit of twelve months, secured by
and mortgago, with interest from date of
Purchaser to pay for stamps and papers.
Sept 12 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S. R.
Tho President and Directors of tho Ban
thu state of South Carolina vs. James C
IN pursuance- of tho doc.retnl order ol
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity iii
above stated oasc, I will sell, on thc firfit 3
DAY in Ootobor noxt, in front of tho C
House, in Columbia, within the legal bou:
All that LOT or PARCEL OF LAND,
tho improvements thereon, containing
aero, more or less, situato in tho city of Cc
bia, and bounded as follows: On tho No rt
Lumber street, on tho East by estato nf J
T. Mundil and Jerome M. Miller, South bj
Hannan and Robert Swafiield, and We
TKUMS OF SALE-Sufficient cash to pa
costs of suit and expenses of salo am
mortgago debt, balance on a credit c
months, imrcnascr to give bond and i
gago ot the promiseo sold, and to pa
papers and stamps,
?ept 12 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R
Sheriff's Sale. WS
D. B. DcSaussure. Commissioner, rj. WilliaHH
Kinsler, Edward and Henry O. Kinsler, EfeyJH
ecutora, ft al: SP . "?
PURSUANT to the deti-etal order to me dH
tooted, I will ?ell, oo the FIFTH DAY of OH
tober next, before the Cuurt House, iu ColurflBlg
bia, within .the legal hoar?: ' rans
All that lot, piece, parcel or tract of LANaH
situate iii Richland County, containing foiSH
and 45-1UU aeren; hounded on tho North UBM
Janies M Crawford; East by Wm WnllacjBH
South by Unpor street; and Weat by O JB
Hope and Mts Leavy: 1
Tertub cash sufficient to pay costs of auflHH
and sale and tho mortgage debt; balance on BB
credit of sir months, secured by bond, wit H
goori personal security, and a mqrtgage <H
premises sold Purohaser to pnv for all pnpinSH
and stamps P F FRAZEE, a R C^B
Sept 12_l_mth ?
Sheriffs Sale. (H
John A. Crawford vs. Sophia Muldrow, et
Bill to-foreclose mortgage.-In Equity, gt
IN pursuance of the decretal order of th?
Circuit Court, Bitting in equity in thc abovSH ?
stated case, I will soil, on tho FIRST MOND AlBB
in Octobor next, :n front, of tho Court IIouselJH
in Columbi?, within the legal hours:
All that lot of LAND, oontaining one-third?
ot an acre, more or less, situate in tho city ol
Columbia, and bounded South by WaahingtoiflH
street; Kant by lot formerly of M. E. Mu?drowfl?
bought from Mrs. Johnson; North by HennBH
Davis' lot and lot formerly of A. He rb er m on tn
and WcBt by a lot conveyed by John A. CrawflBH
ford to Samuel L. Muldrow, on 1st FobrusryflH
lSGI, now ownod by \Y. Hut sou Wigg. Pur?
chaser io pay for stamps and papers. Terni sH
cash. P. F. FRAZEE, B. R. C. HB
Sheriffs Sale. I
Edward Kinnlcr, Jr., and Henry 0. Kinsler JB
I Executors, vs. Amelia B. Kinaler ct al. W?
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in theBa
above slated ease of dato August 28. 1869, ]?
will sell-, before the Court House in Columbia,T
on the OTB day of OCTOBER NEXT, withinH
tho legal hours:
All tho right, title and interest of John J.H
Kinslor, deceased, In the following tracts offll
LANDS, in Lexington County, of which hisH
father, William Kinsler, deceased, and hisMI
mother, Salomi Kiusler, deceased, died poe-H
1 Tho Homo Place, LOM acros,
2 Tho Friday Old Place, 300 acres, ?
3 Tho Seibel Field Tract, 100 acres,
I Tho Mount Hebron Tract, 150 acres,
5 The McCary Kinsler Tract, 800 acres,
C The 8mith Tract, 640 acreB,
7 The Hunter Tract. 640 acres, I
8 The "William Kinslor Tract, 230 acres,
9 Tho Red Bank Tract, 2.300 acres,
10 The Mouth of Saluda Traot, 200 acres, i ?
II The "Burnt House" Tract. 1,620 acres, I
12 Tho Oconeo River Tract, in Georgia, 400 ?
Terms cash P F FRAZEE,
Sept 12 mth_SRC H
Sale in Bankruptcy.
BY W. J. HOKE, ASSIGNEE.
In the mailer of James G. Gibbes, Bankrupt. fl
IN pursuance of the order of his Honor Judge fl
Br van, will be sohl, at public outcry, by me. I
at the Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST I
MONDAY in October, at ll o'clock A. M., the I
following property, belonging to the estate of I
tho said Bankrupt, to wit:
I A TRACT OF LAND, containing 231 acres, ?
moro or less, lying on both aides of theEnoree I
River, in tho State of South Carolina, adjoin- H
ing lands on the South sido of the said river I
in Laurens County, owned by Jesae Leather- fl
wood and by Simpson Boebuck, and on the I
North side of said river by lands in Spartan- I
burg County, ownod by Jesae Leatherwood
and by John and Andrew Westmoreland, bet?
ter known aa "Yan Patten Shoals," on which
is a saw, grist and flour mill.
N. B.-This property recommends itself as
the beat mill seat in the State. The water
power is unsurpassed; the situation beautiful
and healthful, and it liea directly in the track
of tho Air Line Railroad.
The heirs of John Carlington hold a first
lion upon the property for a portion of the
purchase money, aud the Rev. John Fielding1
a second mortgage lien. Further particulars
given at the sale. Both liens set up and esta?
At tho samo time and place, a lot of LAND,
with DWELLING-HOU8E and out-buildings
thereon, containing one-half of an acre, more
or less, situated on Plain street, in tho city of
Columbia, in the Stato aforesaid, butting and
bounding to tho North on lot of -McAllis?
ter, to thc South on Plain street, to the East
on lot now owned by J. P. Southern, end to
tho West on lot now owned by Henry Davis.
On said lot there is a mortgage lien now
held by James A. Mooro, Esq., and a second
mortgage held by Rev. John Fielding. Both
A LOT in Columbia, State of Sonth Carolina
containing a little more than one-half acre,
situated on Plain street, and bonnded on tho
North by Plain street, on the South by lot held
now by Dr. William Reynolds, on the East by
Main etroet, and on the West by the grounds
of tho Baptist Church. On which lot thcro
I exists a mortgage lien which has been set up
A tract of LAND or Plantation, called "Tho
White Pond Tract," containing 1,000 acres,
moro or loss, situate about 12 miles from Co?
lumbia, in Richland County. The corroct
boundaries of which will bc given on the day
On which said last traot there exista a lion
for part of tho purchase rooney, set up and ca
Terms cash, by order of tho Court. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers and the necessary
stamps. Twenty-one days notice being here?
by given in the several Counties in which the
said lands lio. W. J. HOKE,
Septomber 9, 18C9. Assign?e.
I N. B.-At tho same time and place will be
Bold a claim of tho said Asaignco for tho sum
of $20,000, which is now in litigation in Cana?
da, against tho Expresa Company, which claim
was reserved at a former salo.
I Sopt'JthmG W. J. HOKE, Assignee.
HAVING secured the services of a first
class BARBER, (lately from the Conti?
nental, Philadelphia,) I am now prepared to
sorve all who may favor me with their patron
? age, in a neat and skillful manner, HAIR?
DRESSING in all styles attended to at private
rosidencos, ir desired. F, K?NSTLER,
Hair-Dreasor and Barber.
I Sept ll ? Plain stryfl^jf^ Assembly.
I~ URSULINE INSTITUT^'.'
COL UMB IA, so urn ! CA HOL ?XA.
#VNI ?EH TUE I'ATKONAOE OF
HIGHT KEV. BISHOP LYNCH
FOR Prospectus, please address
"THE MOTHER SUPERIOR," Ur
sulino Convent, Valle Crucis.
1PIPE PURE SCnLEDAM GIN, direct from
the Custom House. JOHN C. SEEOER8.
Notice to Cotton Growers.
THE Subscriber intends to run a Portabio
Cotton Oin from Columbia to Kingsvillo
and the surrounding country. Planters wish?
ing my HUI vices can apply to mo, at Columbia.
Aug 5_RICHARD TOZER.
FC making a cool, refreshing boverage
arning tho warm days. A healthful drink,
supplying just enough acid to tho stomach.
For sale by FISHER A 1IEINIT8H,
June 4 t Druggists.