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FAB?^, September 25. -The Constitu?
tion* denies the G-atotY story of a Fron oh
note io Prussia, that the absorption ol j
Baden will be considered an aot of war.
WASHINGTON, September 25.-It is
staled that she President, on rending tho
accounts strongly committing tho Exe?
cutive to interference in favor of the
extremists in Texas and Mississippi, said
to pattie* of his offioial household, that
the reports were not substantially true.
The fae ta are, that the President will al?
low the Secretaries to act according to1
their pleasure in their several depart?
ments. This will throw the patronage
of the Post Office, Treasury and Attor?
ney-General for the extremists; the State,
Navy, War and Interior, if they inter?
fere at all, will favor the conservative
Republicans. This rough statement of
tho situation is the closest approximation
possible. The best opinion persists in
asserting neutrality in the highest quar?
Internal revenue receipts to-day, $400,
The Register of the Treasury has gone ]
to Pennsylvania, to stamp for Geary.
Hoar has been applied to for his opi?
nion regarding the power of the Virginia
Legislature to elect Senators.
M. Billie, the New Danish Minister,
was presented to the President to-day.
r The agricultural report states, regard?
ing oorn, that unless the close of the
season should be very favorable, there
mast be 150,000,000 bushels less than a j
foll crop. Regarding cotton, there will
be a reduction in the yield of cotton from
the Carolinas to Alabama, and a material
increase from Mississippi to Texas.
Georgia, Florida and South Carolina
have Buffered more, mainly from drougth,
in a few localities from rust, tho cater?
pillar and boll worm. Our estimates
make the increase in Mississippi, Louisi?
ana and Texas, expectively ten, twelve
and fGurteen per cent. The probabili?
ties at present favor a yield of 2,750,000
bales. Wheat crop is large, quality in
the South decidedly superior.
Maj. Gen. Reynolds hos addressed a
letter to President Grant, dated Septem?
ber 4. In whioh, after speaking of po?
litical affairs in Texas, he says the plat?
form of the two wings of the Republican
party are the same. The radical wing
act ont their professions of adherence to
the reconstruction laws of Congress, and
present for office men who are qualified
under these laws. The conservative wiug
frequently nominate men for office who
are Known to be disqualified under the
reconstruction laws, bat who are also
known to be acceptable to the Democrats.
The success of the A. P. Hamilton fac?
tion, as will be produced bj' Democratic
votes, will be the defeat of Republican?
ism in Texas, and will pnt the State in
the hands of the very men who, during
the entire period of the rebellion, ex?
erted every nerve to destroy the Union,
and who have uniformly opposed the re?
construction laws, with a persistency
worthy of a better cause.
RICHMOND, September 21.-There was
an extraordinary scene in the Hustings
Court to-day. "George Washington, co?
lored, was convicted of horse stealing,
and sentenced to ten years' imprison?
ment in the penitentiary. Being asked
what he had to say, he turned to a large
negro audience in the court house, and
warned them against Yankees and car?
pet-baggers, who were the ruin of their
race and of the State. He hoped when
he came out, in ten years, to find the
Star Spangled Banner waving over Vir?
ginia, the State governed by her own
Eeople, and all the carpet-baggers in tho
ottom of the ocean. The speech cre?
ated considerable excitement.
CHARLESTON, September 25.-Arrived
-steamers James Adger and Georgia,
New York; bark R. B. Walker, Boston;
schooner Petrel, San Blas, for Balti?
more, disabled off the port; schooner
Tropic Bird, from tho West Indies, in
distress. Sailed-steamers Manhattan,
General Sedgwick and Minnetonka, New
York; Sea Gull, Baltimore; J. W. Ever
NKW YORK, September 25.-A broker
named Solomon Wahler committed sui?
cide to-day; cause, gold losses.
The Assistant Treasurer has accepted
the $3,000,000 five-twenties, offered to?
day, at from 116@117 1-100 to 118 8-100.
The amount bid was $7,500,000.
NIAGARA FALLS, September 25.-The
horses attached to a carriage containing a
gentleman and four ladies became r.unma?
nageable, whsn the gentleman jumped
off and escaped; the carriage and horses,
with the ladies, went over the bank, fifty
feet; one of the ladies was killed, one
fatally hurt, and the others were terribly
braised. The party belongs to Provi?
dence, R. I.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 25.-Yes?
terday, there was a heavy rush for gold,
caused by Atlantic advices. The banks
refused to sell at any price.
The Israelites have organized an im?
migration society, in aid of persona of
th eir faith coming from Europe.
The Bank of London, in San Francis?
co, has drawn on London for 81,500,000
MRS. ZIMMERMAN'S Female Institution
will recommence on October 4, next, for
th? recaption of Pupils and Boarders, ae here?
tofore. The course of studies will embraco all
constituting a perfect English education; also,
Music, Drawing, Painting, Latin and French.
COL UMBI A , so urn CA no LINA .
UNDER THE r.VTr.ONAOE OF
RIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH
FOR Prospectus, please address
THE MOTHER SUPERIOR," Cr
sulino Convent, Valle Cruels.
Sept 4 3mo
PIPE PURE SCHIEDAM GIN, direct from
the Custom House. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
yiMAWOlAJU AMP COMHBW<riA4Vir_
Nsw YORK, September 25-Noon.
The gold board bas adjourned io 10
a. m., on Monday. A cornmittoo af three
wes appointed to request Butterfield, the
Assistant Treasurer, to postpbhe th?
sale of the 84,000,000 in gold to some
future day. No gold transaction of to*
day V? ill be recognized by the board.
Stocks dull and little doing; prices a
shade off from the opening. Money 7,
with li@ht commission. No gold quo?
tations given. 62's 215 J ; Tonnessee's,
ex-coupon, GI; new 55; Virginia's 57;
new 58. Louisiana's, old, 68; levees 65;
8's 83; Alabama S's 90; Georgia 7's 90,?? ;
North Carolina's, old, 52>?; new 46.
Flour and wheat dull, and nominally un?
changed. Corn dall, and l@2o. lower.
Fork quiet, at 31.50. Cotton quoted at
29. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-It is almost impossible to get
money at any price; 7, with % commis?
sion, is freely paid for turning stocks.
Houses reported yesterday as having sus?
pended, are still "in the same condition,
and, it is rumored, they will not be able
to go on. The Tenth National Bank is
in trouble, and, it is reported, must sus
?end, unless the other banks assist it.
tater despatches say a few loans are
I made on governments at '7, gold, and 1
@1?? gold nominal. The gold sold
was only $2.000,000. The bank state?
ment shows $3,000,000 decrease in loans;
$5,000,000 decrease in deposits. No
other markets changed. Governments
unchanged. State bonds dull. Stocks
very dull. The Tenth National Bank
has paul all demands against it, to dato.
Cotton is heavy; sales 700 bales, at 29.
Flour favors guyers-superfine 5.90@,
G. 10. Wheat heavy, and l@2c. lower
red and amber Western 1.47@,1.51; white
Ohio 1.55. Corn 2@3c. lower-mixed
Western email@example.com. Whiskey dull, at
1.20(^1.25. Pork dull and heavy. Lard
heavy. Freights dull and drooping.
CHARLESTON", September 25.-Cotton
quiet, but irregular; sales 70 bales-mid?
dling 2O>4? receipts 1,455.
SAVANNAH, September 25.-Receipts
of cotton 2.1S7; market dull and quota?
AUGUSTA, September 25.-Cotton mar?
ket easier; sales 330 bales; receipts 476
middling nominal, at 26; stock on hand
MOBILE, September 25.-Cotton in
good demand, and closed firm; sales 800
bales-middling 253 > ; receipts 1,510.
NEW ORLEANS, September 25.-Cotton
firmer; 3ales 2,300 bales-middling 26??;
receipts2,388. Flour 5.85u?6.05(?j6.12?.<.
Corn-white 1.07&. Pork 34.00. Whis?
key 1.30. Gold Sij.j.
LONDON, September 25-Noon.-Con?
sols 923?. G2's 83 !?.
LrvERrooL, September 25-Noon.
Cotton firmer, but not, higher-uplands
I2V4; Orleans 12' .?. The sales yesterday
reached 12,000 bales.
LONDON, September 25-Evening.
Consols closed at 92??. Bonds steady.
PARIS, September 25.-The Bourse
opened steadv-rentes 70 and GO-closed
LIVERTOOL, September 25-Evening.
Cotton closed firmer-uplands 12i?(??
12%; Orleans 12?.j?12;^; sales 12,000
bales; export and speculation 4,000.
HAVRE, September 25.-Cotton opened
dull, both on spot and afloat-(res ordi?
naire on spot
FRUITS IN AND OUT OF SEASON.
LEMONS AND ORANGES,
A fresh lot of fine French Confection?
ery-something rich, rare and palatable.
Fresh Nuts, Almonds and Raisins.
Dessicated Cocoanut, Sicily Lomon Sugar.
Toys, Toys. Toys, Toys, Toys, Toys,
AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
CAKES and PIES-fresh and made to order.
Pure CANDIES manufactured daily.
Croquet Sets-a fine, healthy, cut-door exer?
Thc subscriber, intending to give his friends
and customers a chance to keep cool, has de?
termined to reduce tho price of CREAM for
the balance of the season.
Cream per quart, 75 cents.
Cream per plato, 20 cents.
Cream per half plate, 10 cents.
Lemonade aud Fruit Beverages, 10 cents per
Call and be convinced of the correetnees of
tho above. J. MCKENZIE,
June 4_Main Street.
R, & V. C. SWAFFIELD.
?^^"E are receiving a very large stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, tic, ?c,
Which we have selocted with great care, and
offer to cur customers at
A NEW FEATURE.
WE have secured tuc services 0: a FIRST
FRENCH CUSTOM CLOTHING CUTTER
AND SUITABLE TAILORS,
And will make CLOTHING TO ORDER in
style and lit second to no other house in thc
Wo have a magnificent line of
FREJ?CH AND KNOMSH CA8SI3IEHES
To select from, and will take pleasure in show?
?GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLE8ALE
BU?ER9. Sept 16
ou the let of Octo?
ber next, one door
North of Mei??.
.Scott, Williams *
i House, Columbi?.
S. C., an excellent
assortment of fine
French JEWELRY, of tho latest styles; a largo
.tock of English GUNS; with a foll assortment
of GUN EQUIPMENTS-shot, cartridges ?nd
a large assortment of ball cart?
ridges, of all sizes. Fine Eng-,
lish CUTLERY, Table, Pocket,1,
Silver and Plated Gooda; Clock
and Mantel Goods. A large aa- ?
aortment of all kinds of Goods kept in our
; line. Call and soe na. Watches and Jewelry
repaired in best manner. _ . __ .
Sept 24 12_WILLIAM GLAZE.
?Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machines, Etc.
THE subscriber has on Land a large assort
mont of Singer's, Wilson'?, Grover ft Ba?
ker's, etc., SEWING MACHINES; alto, a flue'
assortment of English and German GUNS,
PISTOLS, CUTLERY, CARTRIDGES, DOOR
BELLS, etc., which will bc sold lower than at |
any other place in tho city.
Sewing Machines. Gun.-?, Pistols, Locks, etc.,
repaired at the shortest notice, and all work
warranted. P. A. SCHNEIDER,
Sept 25 Main Btreet.
CLEAR RIB SIDES,
Dry Salted Meats,
DIRECT FROM WESTERN PACKERS.
A, B & C SUGARS,
SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP,
Coffees of all Grades,
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
In Kitts, Half-Barrels aud Barrels,
AND OTHER GROCERIES DIRECT
FROM FIRST HANDS,
To which we ask the attention of buyers, as
we are prepared to offer
D, C. PE1X0TT0 & SOX,
AUCTION it COMMISSION" MERCHANTS,
BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND LADY STS.
Sept 17 t2moa
Due West Female College.
OUR 10th vear will open MON?
DAY, the 1th of October. Faculty
?sanie as for yoara past. Tuitiou
fper session $20; French $5; Music
(Piano) ?24; Boarding in tho Col?
lege boarding house, kept by Prof.
Keuuedy, $12 a month. Fuel ana washing
about $3 a month. Boarding in other familios
at about the same rate. Terms, cash in ad?
vance. Necessity compels ns to make the
small c.hargo for French. Latin is taught
without charge. For Catalogue, <fcc, address
REV. J. I. BONNER, President.
Sept 5 Imo
NEW FALL GOODS
From Latest Importations ! !
FRENCH MERINOES, all colors,
Empresa Cloths, all colors,
Choice Poplins, new styles,
Touges English Poplins, choice etyles.
Black Silke, best quality,
Fancv Delaines in new designs.
Fall Prints in great variety,
Tweeds, Jeans and Cassinieres,
Bloached and Brown Homespuns,
Hosiery, Gloves, Embroideries,
Plain and H. S. Handkerchiefs,
And will be SOLD LOW, to make room for
large arrivals of Goods.
Our Stock will comprieo, during the season,
the latest atvlcs in Dresa Goods, by every
steamer. WM. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Block,
Main street, Columbia, S. C.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREERY.
Agenta for tho EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. THE BEST IN THE
WORLD. _Sept 14 I j
Summer Goods !
PRIOR TO TAKING STOCK, AND
moving in New Store, will sell
for ?fteen days the above class of
Goods, at and below first cost. Call
at thc Sign of
BIG BOOT AND HAT,
Opposite Columbia Hotel.
Aug 1 A. SMYTHE.
OR. XV. H. Tl'TT'S
SARSAPARILLA AXB QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vogotable Liver Pilla,
Improved Hair Dve, For sale by
Feb 2? ly E. E. JACKSON.
D. C. PE1X0TT0 & SON, Auctioneers.
T> Y virtue of an order to me directed by Hon.
JO Robert A. Hill. Judge of the United States
District Court for the Southern District of M i H -
?iaeippi, I will ?ell, before the Auetion Rooms
of D. C. Peizetto A Son, in the city of Colum?
bia, on THURSDAY, the 7th October next, at
10 o'clock A. M., the foUowing personal pro?
perty belonging to the Bankrupt Estate of
Wade Hampton, to wit: ?
Library near Columbia,
Two Carriages and one set Harness,
One Buggy and Harnesa.
About 115 SHARES of STOCK of Commer?
cial Bauk of Columbia, S. C.
S. W. FERGUSON, Assignco.
Sept 16 O 3 7_
Assignee's Sale of Choses in Action.
IN pursuance of au order from his Honor
Jndgo Bryan, to me directed. I, as assignee
of the estate of JOHN MAYER, Bankrupt,
will sell, at public auction, at Newberrv C. H.,
8. C., on the FIRST MONDAY in Octobernezt,
at ll o'clock A. M., all the Choses and Account!
in my hand belonging to said estate.
8ept 20 10 F. ll. DOMINICK, Assignee.
Estate Sale of Stocks and Bonds.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY, October 4,1 will sell, in front o
tho Court House-, at 10 o'clok-6aln positive
29 SHARES CHARLOTTE AND 80UTH CA
3 Bonds City of Columbia, $500 each,
2 Bonds City of New Orleaus, $1,000 each.
Sale in Bankruptcy.
JACOB LEVIN, AccnoNEEr..
In the matter of James G. Gibbes, Bankrupt
IN pursuance of tho order of his Honor Judg
Bryan, will be Bold, at public outcry, by me
at thc Court House, in Columbia, on Ibo FIRS'
MONDAY in October, at ll o'clock A. M., tb
following property, belonging to the estate c
tho said Bankrupt, to wit:
A TRACT OF LAND, containing 231 acret
moro or loss, lying on both sides of tho Euore
River, iu thc Rtrvte of South Carolina, aJjoin
ing lands on the South eido of the said rive
in Laurens County, owned by Jesse Lsathei
wood and by Simpson Roebuck, and on tb
North side of said river by lands in Hpartai
burg County, owned by Jesse Leatherwoo
and by John and Andrew Westmoreland, be
ter known as "Van Patten Shoals," on whic
is a eaw, grist and Hour mill.
N. B.-This property recommends itself i
tho best mill seat in the State. The wat?
power is unsurpassed; tho situation beautifi
and healthful, and it lies directly in tho trac
of thc Air Linc Railroad.
Tho heirs of John Carlington hold a fir
lien upon thc property for a portion of tl
purchase money, and tho Rev. John Ficldir
a second mortgage lien. Further particuln
given at sale. Both liens act up andestablishe
At the same time and place, a lot of LANI
with DWELLING-HOUSE and ont-bnildin;
thereon, containing one-half of an acre, mo
or less, situated ou Plain streot. in tbe city
Columbia, in thc State aforesaid, butting ai
bounding to the North on lot of -McAU;
ter, to tho South on Plain street, to thc Ea
on lot now owned by J. P. Southern, and
the West on lot now owned by Henry Davis.
On said lot there is a mortgage lien ni
held by James A. Moore. Esq., and a seco
mortgage held by Rev. John Fielding. Ec
A LOT in Columbia, State of South Caroli
containing a little moro than one-half ac
situated on Plain street, and bounded on t
North bv Plain street, on the South by lot lu
now by Dr. William Reynolds, on the East
Main street, and on tho" West by tho grout
of thc Baptist Church. On which lot thi
exists A mortgage lien which has been set
A tract of LAND or Plantation, called "I
White Pond Tract," containing 1,000 act
more or loss, situate about 12 miles from (
lumbia, in Richland County. Tho corr
boundaries of which whU bo given on tho <
On which said last tract there exists a 1
for part of tho pnrchaeo money, set up and
Terms cash, by order of the Court. T
chasers to pay for papors and tho necess
stamps. Twenty-one days notice being In
by given in tho several Counties in which
saidlands lie. W. J. HOKE,
September 9, 18G9. Assigne
N. B.-At the same time and placo will
sold a claim of the said Assignee for the t
of $20,000, which is now in litigation in C?
da, against the Express Company, which cl
was reserved at a former Bale.
Sept 9 thmC_W. J. HORE, Assigne
Ez parte Mary J. Strother et al.-In Cone
IN pursuance of an order in thc above sh
caso, I will eell, on tho first MONDA
October next, in front of tho Court House
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT Ol LAND, in thc city of
lumbla, boundod on the North by land
Frederick W. Green, on tho East by tho
lumbia Canal, on the South by Sonate sti
and on the West by the Congaree River,
taining two and one-half acres, more or
This property will be sold subject to tho c
of the life interest of P. Bofil, now hold 1
A. Pearce, jr., and is limited to $500.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R.
Edward Kinsler, Jr., and Henry O. Kin
Executors, vs. Amelia B. Kinsler et al
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in
above H ta tod case of dato August 23.16
will sell, before tho Court Houao in Conni
on the 4TH day of OCTOBER NEXT, w
tho legal hours:
All the right, titlo and interest of Joh
Kinsler, deceased, in the following traci
LANDS, in Lexington County, of whicl
father, William Kinsler, decoAsod, ant
mother, Salomi Kinsler, deceased, died
1 The Home Place, 1,000 acres,
2 The Friday Old Place, 300 acres,
3 The Seibel Field Tract, 100 acres,
4 Tho Mount Hebron Tract, 150 acres,
5 Tho McCarv Kinsler Tract, 800 acres,
G The Smith Tract, 640.acres,
7 Tho Hunter Tract. G40 acres,
8 The William Kinsler Tract, 250 acre;
B9 The Red Bank Tract, 2,300 acres,
10 The Mouth of 8aluda Tract, 200 acre
11 The "Burnt HOUBC" Tract, 1,G20 acr<
12 Tho Ocoueo River Tract, in Georgi;
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R.
Martha G. Roberts, Administratrix, vs. R
O. Sama et ux.. el al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal or?er of th
cuit Court, sitting in Eonity in the i
stated caso, I will soil, on tue first MOr
in october next, in front of tho Court E
in Columbia, within tho logal hours,
All that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL OF L
in the city of Columbia, buttin.j and bou
to the North on Christ Chnron, to tho I
on Taylor street, to the East on lot for
of O. il. Roberta, now of Samuel Wadu li
to tho West on Marion street; moasurinf
and West 156 feet, and North and Sou
feet, more or less.
TEBUS or SALE-One-half cash; the bi
on a credit of twelve mouths, secured b\
and mortgage, with interest from date o
Purchaser to pay for stamps and papen
Sept 12 inth P. F. FRAZEE, S.J?
Sheriff 's Sal?.
Julian Sonic, Adm'r, el al, vs Emma S Due el
IN pursuance of tho ttecreta! ord'*? of tho
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I will ?ell,
ou the FIRST MONDAY in October next, iu
front of the Court Houae in Columbia, within
tho legal hours, the following property, riz:
Tho HOUSE AND LOT in the city of Colum?
bia, bounded on the North by lands of Wm 1
Price; East by the Marion Street Methodist
Church; South by Lumber street, and West by?
lands af Wm Laval, Trustee-, measuring 77
feet 6inches, more or less, on Lumber street,
and running back northwardly 126 feet 6
inohee, more or loee,
The Houae and Lot in tho city of Columbia,
bounded on the North by Lumber street. East
bv landa now or lately of Thomas H Wade,
South by landa of Whitfield Walker, Trust?e,
and West by Bull street, containing one-half
of an acre, more or less,
The Houeo and Lot in the city of Columbia,
bounded on the North by-; East by landa
now or late of Thomas H Wade; South on Rich?
land street, and Weat by lands of Thomas
Stenhouse, measuring 51 feet, moro or lesa, on
Richland street, and running back Northward?
ly 210 feet and ll inches, more or less,
Terma cash. Purchaser to pay for atampe
and papera. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Sept 12_m th
John A. Crawford va. Sophia Muldrow, el al.
Bili to foreclose mortgage.-In Equity.
IN pursuance of the decretal order of tho
Circuit Court, sitting in eqnitvin tho above
stated caao, I will soil, on the FIRST MON DAV
in Octobor next, in front of the Court Houae,
in Columbia, within the legal boura:
All that lot of LAND, containing one-third
of au acre, moro or lesa, eituato in the city o:
Columbia, and bounded South by Washingtor
street; East by lot formerly of M". E. Muldrow
bought from Mra. Johnson; North by Henri
Davis' lot aud lot formerly of A. Herbormont
I and West by a lot conveyed by John A. Craw
ford to Samuel L. Muldrow, on 1st February
1801, now owned by W. HutaonWigg. Pur
ichaser to pav for etampa and papers. Termi
cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Sept 12 ruth_
Tho President and Directora of tho Bank o
the State of South Carolina vs. James tain
IN pursuance of thc decretal order of th
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in th
above atated caee, I will sell, on the first MON
DAY in October next, in front of the Cour
Hou60, in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All tiiat LOT or PARCEL OF LAND, wit
the improvements thereon, containing ou
acre, more or lesa, situate in tho city of Cc-luna
I bin. and bouuded aa follows: On tho North b;
I Lumber street, on tho East by estate of Jame
T. Munda and Jerome M. Miller, South by -
Hannan and Robert Swaflicld, and West b
TERMS or SALE-Sufficient cash to pav th
coala of suit and expenses of ealc and th
mortgago debt; balance on a credit of si
months. Purchaser to give bond and mor
gngo ot the premises sold, and to pay fe
papera aud ttamp?. P. F. FRAZEE, S. It. C.
D. B. DeSausaurc, Commissioner, vs. Williai
Kiusler, Edward and Henry O. Kinsler, E:
ecutora, et al:
PURSUANT to tho decretal cider to mo il
rected, I will sell, on the fourth day of O
tober next, before tho Court House, iu Cohn:
bia, within tho legal hours:
All that lot, piece, parcel or tract of LAN]
situate in Richland County, containing fo'
and 15-100 acres; bounded on tho North 1
James M Crawford; Eaet by Wm Wallac
South by Upper street; and Weat by G
Hope and Mrs Lc-avy:
Terms cash sufficient to pay costa of si
and sale and tho mortgage debt; balance or
credit of six mouthe, aeenred by bond, wi
good personal aecurity, and a "mortgago
premises sold Furchas'er to pav for allpapc
and Btampa. P. F. FRAZEE, S. It. C
Wm. M. Beckham, Administrator, VS. Jam
B. Williams, et al.
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in t
above stated case, I will sell, befe
the Court Houae, in Columbia, on tho FIR
MONDAY in October next, within tho lei
hom e :
All that TRACT or PLANTATION of LAN
in Richland County, on Congaree River, c<
taining 811 aerea, more or lees, bounded
tho plantation known aa Big Lake, the lat
of Thomaa Davis and Congaree River.
All that tract of Land in Richland Coun
containing thirty-one aerea, moro or lees,
Griffin's Creek; bounded by the lauds of eat
of John Batea, Palmetto Academy and othc
All that tract of Land, in Lexington Conn
known as the "Sand Hill Tract," contain
810 acres, more or less, between tho he
watora of Savannah, Hunt, Tom's Creek ?
First Creek; bounded by lands of HenrvSig
1er, George W. L?rick, F. E. Williams," He
P. Geiger, Joel T. Lowman and J. F. Enaer,
TEIIMS OF SALE.-Cash sufficient to i
costa and expense of snit, and one-third of
sidue; balance ou a credit of one, two :
three years, aocurod by bond, with appro
personal aecurity, and a mortgage of the i
misea aold; purahaBcra to pay for allnecese
papera and stamps. P. F. FRAZEE,
Sept 12 mth_S. R. (
Thomas F. Carhart vs. Robert C. Andor
and James M. Jones.-Bill to foreclose m
IN purauanco of tho decretal order of
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in the ah
atated caao, I will sell, on thc ?TR8T MONI
in October next, in front of the Court He
in Columbia, within tho legal hours: All I
LOT OF LAND, lying and being in the cit;
Columbia, on Richardson street, fronting
aaid street 50 feet 4 inchea, more or leas,
running back or Westwardly from said at
153 feet, more or leas, to a lot recently ow
by J. B. Glaaa, now N. Bynum; bounded Sc
by John Agnew's lot, West by N. Bynum'a
late J. B. Glass', North by Henry Davin'
and East by Richardson street. On thia
there ia a large threo-atory brick building.
TERMS OF SALE-Cash aufnehmt to pay c
and expenaes of sun and aale, and also,
sum of $7,205 51, and the interest which ?
have accrued thereon subsequently to tho
day of August, 13G9, and thc* balance ou a
dit until thc 15th day of March, 1871.
purchaser to give bond and mortgago oi
premises, with inlerebt thoreon from the
day of March, 13Gt>, payable annually, ai
insuro tho property in a sufficient amount
assign tho policv, and to pay for atampa
papers. P. F. FRAZEE, S. It.
Sept 12 mth_
Extensive Executor's Sate of Beal Estate
Personal Property, belonging to (he Este
Henry Pav is, deceased.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On tho FIRST MONDAY in NOVEMBER
will be sold, before thc Court Houae, ii
lumbia, at 10 o'clock, tho following vah
No. 1-Lot on Plain street, between
and Pickcna, being 73 feet front on Plain s
and running back 203, moro or loss, on v.
there ia a two story frame kitchen; bou
East by residence of James G. Gibbes, Ec
No. 2-Lot on tho South-east corner o
square bouuded by Senate, Sumtor, Pend
and Marion streets, near and on the fi
side of the South Carolina University, me
lng 145 feet front by 102, more or leas.
No. 3-Lot containing 3J acree,more or
bounded by Tobacco, Indigo, Sumter
No. I- Ono square of g rou mi, with the au
rounding streets included, being in the rei
of Mr. Edwin J. '"cott's residence, and sno^s
as the Bofll property. Tho title to thia pr
?crt v will bo for the natural life time of ii
No. 5-Lot on Richardson or Main stree
between Lady and Washington, known aa tl
Fenton lot, measuring 44 feet front by '2
deep, more or leas.
No. C-Lot on Weet side of Main or Bichar
sou streets, between Lady and Gervaia, ai
nearly oppoeite the old site of Nickcrsot
Hotel, measuring 26 feet front by 208, more
less, adjoining Greenfield's Building on t
No. 7-Lot Joining tho above, (No. 6,)
feet front by 208 deep, more or less.
No. 8-Lot joining the above, (No. 7,)
feet front, running back 208, tho rear half
feot wide, more or leas.
No. 9-South half of vacant Lot on Mi
street, 27 feet front by 208, more or less, bei
bounded South by R. G. Anderson's br
building and North by buildings owned by i
tate of Heurv Davie.
No. 10-North half of vacant Lot joining I
above, being 27 feet front by 200, moro or le
In roar of this Lot and the buildings here
after described there ia an alley privilege c
noctiog with what ia known as Davis' ailey.
No. ll-Tract of Land, consisting ot
acres, more or lesa, in Richland County, si
at ed on the waters of Crane Creek; hourn
North bv lands of Solomon L?rick and Hara
Coon; East by Solomon L?rick ; South by H
mon Coon: West by John L?rick.
No. 12-Tract of 571 acres, more or U
known as tho Sharp tract; bounded by la
of W. M. Gibbes, Swygert, Hawkins, R.
rick, Ivey, Mooro r.ud Looklear.
The above tracta of land each contain dn
ince and suitable outbuildings,
No. 13-The two story Brick Building
Main street bounded North by theaUey km
as Davitt' alley, to be divided as follows:
on corner of alley, 28 feet front; running b
200. more or less, with that portion of
building being occupied by Messrs. Kinarc"
No. 14-Boing the Southern half of Lot
Building as above described, 28 feet fri
running back 200, moro or lese, occupied
Messrs. Hopaon A Sutphen.
Each of tho above buildings are sepan
by a private entrance on the front.
No. 15-The Dwelling-house and Lot,
Plain street, known as tho family reside
with every convenience and all necessary
buildings! ?ne garden, and superior wi
This building is one among the best ere
in the city for workmanship and material.
The Household Furnituro, and other
sonal effects belonging to tho estate.
This sale will be positive, being made f
Terms of eale made known hereafter.
Purchasers to pay for all necessary pa
and etamps. JOHN MEIGHAN,
JOHN D. CALDWELL
8lpt 5 mw Exccutoi
The New Theory of Healt
[EMM'S QUEEN'S DEL1G
THE Life of all Flesh is Blood. The H
of Life is purity of Flesh. Without p
of Blood, no Flesh can be free from diseai
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIG
Is now a recognized household Medici
remarkable remedial powers, invented
compounded by tho Proprietor, which h
called by tho euphonious soubriquet
ITS CONSTITUENT FBOPEBTIES.
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ing a gradual change i
EEINITSH'S functions of organe,
permit a healthv acti<
take the place of*diseai
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and enlargement ol
flands and visoera.
s an lu vigoran t and 1
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tho vital actions obsei
in thc functions of oi
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missable in diseases <
Stomach, Liver and c
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removes Boils, Ph
Blotches and Cutt
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air cells and paesa
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charge; is, therefore
medy, combined wit
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sumption, Colds, Ao.
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the profession and the golden opinions
people, and their many testimonials, wil
it a dosirable medicine for Druggists I
conetantly on hand.
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and all persons living in warm climat
all unacclimated, will find the
A great medicine, protecting them fi
those diseases which originate in a bad
tion of the blood and climatic influence
For sale by Druggists throughout th?
The trade supplied by
FISHER &, HEINITSH, Columbia, S
PLUMB A LEITNER, Augusta, Ga.
J. H. ZEILEN A CO., Macon, Ga.
JOHN F. HENRY, New York.
MANSFIELD A HIGBEE, Memphis, !
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY A COWDl
Aug 6 t_I'hiladei
New Articles for Present Ut
Calf Feet Jelly.
Concentrated Extract of Beef.
Gelatines, Corn Btarch.
Arrow Rooc, Tapioca.
Pearl Barley, Pearl Sago.
Flavoring Extracts, Yeast Powderi
Hops, Canary Seed.
Portable Lemonade, Nectar.
For sale by FISHER A HEINIT
July ll j._Drug
ggafe DR. D. L. BOOZER, gratofn!
*5JMi!rliberal patronago he has receiv
the citizens of this city and the surr
District, during the past year, respect
aounces that he now permanently est
himoelf In Columbia. AU operationi
natural Teeth faithfully porformed.
FiCIAL CA8ES, in every approved
carefully and satisfactorily executed
which he would call special attentio;
known as Reynolds' Patent; and of
ceaa in conatructing Artificial Gasee
beautiful and durable procesa, he is
with confidence, to refer to his pat ion'
the patentee. Office on Main ?treet, o