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. MAD nip, September 29.- It ia reported
in offlolal circles ' that Sickles has with?
drawn bis note.
BORDEAUX, September 29.-4 Are oc?
curred among the shipping and destroyed
thirty vesseia loaded with petroleum.
SOUTHAMPTON, September 29.-The
Dentohland, which sails for Kew York,
takes ?24,000 in specie.
WASHINGTON, September 29.-Secreta
ar Hoar has given an opinion in tho
ootion of Virginia Senators that the
Provisional Legislature may elect them.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $552,
Grant and Bontwell had a prolonged
Sherman and Robeson have returned.
, Senator Wilson proposes introducing
a bill making the sales of coin, without
absolute delivery, a penal offence.
Oovode thinks the contest in Pennsyl?
vania will be very close, and will require
all the administration's assistance to ren?
der success sure.
Kaw YORK, September 29.-C. A.
Meigs cc Sou* and Poller, Fr eat A Go.
have faired. No Government gold was
sold to-dny, the call having been post?
poned till to-morrow.
The Gold Exchange Bank hts been
placed in the hands of a receiver.
Tho failure of Sloom ?c Co. has been
announced. It is also rumored that
I-.ookwood oV Co.. have failed.
, XENIA, OHIO, September 29.-The Mi?
ami Powder Works exploded to-day,
killing a mah and shattering tho adjoin?
Nsw ORLEANS, September 29.-The
Bteamsbip Clin toa, from Galveston,
picked up, yesterday evening, near ship
shoals, two boats containing Captain
Morrill, the first mate and thirteen
ethers, from the steamship Trade Wind,
sunk on the 24th. The second mate's
boat is still missing.
JACKSON, MISS., September 29.-Tho
radical convention met to-day. There
was a large attendance from all but two
Counties in the State, and they were not
represented. J. S. Norris, of Warreu,
was made permanent President; F. H.
Little, permanent Secretary. General
Alcorn was nominated for Governor by
reclamation; B. C. Powers Lieute?
nant-Go vev nor; James Lynch, colored,
Secretary of State. Further nomina?
tions viii be made to-morrow. A grand
barbecue will also be given to-morrow.
Preparations for several thousand per?
sons have been made.
CHARLESTON, September 29.-Arrived
-steamers Champion and Saragossa,
New York; Prometheus, Philadelphia;
schooner Wm. McGee, Norfolk. Sailed
steamer Falcon, Baltimore.
THH" BLUE BID GE RAILROAD.-Wo aro
informed that President Harrison, of the
Blue Bidge Railroad Company, did not
obtain from the contractors, on his re?
cent visit to New York, the $300,000,
required to*redeem the old first mortgage
bonds and the floating debt of the Com?
pany. Criss well Sc Co., the contractors,
were, we believe, prepared to turn over
the money; but the $4,000,000 of new
bonds' of the Company, guaranteed by
the State, which are to be deposited as
collaterals to secure the advances made
by them, were not ready for delivery.
Only tardiness on the part of the en?
gravers has prevented the completion of
the transaction; and as soon as the new
bonds are deposited, President Harrison
will get his money.-Charleston News.
COUXDN'T STOMACH THE NEORO.-At a
convention or meeting of some sort, the
other day, in New York, two colored
men, reporters of the Sun newspaper,
made their appearance and began to take
notes. But in a trice they wero ordered
off, and made to leave, by the white men,
of whom the meeting was exclusively
composed. And so will it ever be.
A farmer named Cox and his wife, liv
ing near Kingsville, Jackson County,
Mo., were found murdered in their house
last Thursday. Their bodies were
shockingly out with an axe. No circum?
stances attending the deed are known,
and no clue to tho murderer or murder?
ers has been found.
At Bellevue, Eaton Connty, Michigan,
on Tuesday last, a negro at work in a
field, without any provocation, shot and
killed, a nine-year-old son of his em
Sloyer, Captain Fitzgerald. Tho innr?
erer escaped, but was tracked to a dense
swamp. Vigorous efforts aro being made
for his capture.
Mr. J. W. Jaudon, of Albany, Ga.,
was stabbed to the heart and killed, on
Tuesday last, by a mulatto mau named
Joe Smith. Joe had boon stealing cot?
ton, and was charged with tho theft,
when he used his knife as abovo stated.
The murderer escaped.
A terrible Btorm prevailed nt Now
Braunfels, Texas, on Sunday, the 12th.
Torry's and Canton's mills und twenty
five other houses were destroyed, three
persons were killed and several others
seriously injured. The loss in property
is estimated at $100,000.
John Bowen, the author of the Carr's
Book disaster, on the Erie Railway,
thereby causing the death of twenty
seven persons, and the wounding of sixty
others, was, on Saturday, sontenoed to
ten years in the State Prison, and fined
Squire Sam. Chapman lost his gin
house and a small quantity of cotton on
Thursday morning last, by the incen?
diary's torch. Deplorable state of
affairs, truly.-Newberry Herald.
The deposits in the Charleston branch
of the Freedmen's Savings Bank in Au?
gust were $20,487.80; drafts $14,894.66.
Amount due depositors $110,224.91.
The body of Wm. Byan, of Rich?
mond, was found in the river, a few days
COLUMBIA, S. C., Bey tomber 29.
Sales of oottou ' to-day 98 balee. The
market opened brisk in tba .morning,
and middling brought 85 freely; but in
consequence of unfavorable advices re?
ceived eraring tho day, the market was
droopincr. and sales were made at 21}A.
NEW YORK, September 29-Noon,'
Flour dull and rather heavy. Fork
nominal, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cotton easer,
as 28J?@28??- Freights dull. Stocks
unsettled. Gold 31%@32. G2's 20.
Southern stock not quoted.
7 P. M.-Cotton lower, with sales of
1,800 bales, at 28@2*?8. Flour-super?
fine to fancy State 5.85(^6.05; superfine
to choice white wheat-Western 5.75
@6.85; Southern quiet and declining;
common to choice extra email@example.com.
Wheat and corn unchanged* Pork lower,
at 30.50. Lard a shade easier-kettle
18%@19>?;. Whiskey unchanged. Bice
firm, at 8@9. Sugar quiet. Coffee and
molasses dull. Money 7. Nothing
doing in discounts. Gold 313;l. South?
ern stocks have fluctuated considerably
during the day.
BALTIMORE, September 29.-Cotton
nominal, at 28. Flour weak-Howard
street superfine firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat
steady-ohoioe red 1.55. Corn dull and
lower-white email@example.com. Pork quiet.
Shoulders 17^. Whiskey firstname.lastname@example.org.
CINCINNATI, September 29.-Whiskey
in fair demand. Lard 18; dear sides 20.
NEW ORLEANS, September 29.-Cotton
active but lower, at 25%@26; sales
3,625 bales; receipts 5,870. Oats 58.
Coffee quiet-fair 14J?i@15??; prime
16J?. Others unchanged. Gold 33*?.
MOBILE, September 29.-Cotton in
good demand among a few, tho market
closed quiet, however, with sales of
1,200 bales-middlings 25@25|? ; receipts
SAVANNAH, September 29.-Sales of
ootton to-day 1,000 bales-middlings
25%; receipts 2,007; exports 903.
AUGUSTA, September 29.-Cotton
market opened with a fair demand, but
closed dull and lower, with sales of 310
bales-receipts 590; middling nominally
CHARLESTON, September 29.-Cotton
dull and nominal, with sales of 240
bales-middling nominal, at 25>^@26;
LONDON, September 29-3 P. M.
Consols 93. Bonds 83%.
LIVERPOOL, September 29-3 P. M.
Cotton quiet-uplands 12^? 12??; Or?
LIVERPOOL, September 29-Evening.
Cotton easier-uplands 1214'; Orleans
12>?; sales 8,000 bales.
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A
POUND OF CURE.-To prevent chills and
fever, and all bilious attacks, at this
season, every one should take SIMMONS'
LIVER REGULATOR. The whole atmos?
phere being surcharged with malaria,
three-fourths of the poople are just in
a condition to be affected by it. There?
fore, fortify yourselves against disease;
or, if you have the disease, cure it with?
out ruining the system with calomel or
bloating yourself by tho uso of liquor.
S 25 J3
A HEALTHY DIGESTION.-Life is ren?
dered miserable when the digestive or?
gans are impaired. Food becomes repul?
sive; the body emaoiated; the mind
depressed, and melancholy broods over
you. TUTT'S VEGETARLE LIVER PILLS is
the remedy for these evils; they produce
sound digestion; create a good appetite,
impart refreshing sleep and cheerfulness
of mind. S 25 6
With Dyspeptics everything is wrong.
Food does not digest; sleep does not re?
fresh; wine does not cheer; smiles do not
gladden; music does not charm, nor can
any other joy enter the breast of the
miserable dyspeptic. You must get rid
of it, or it will become seated and con?
firmed, and life will be a burden and ex?
istence a curse. PLANTATION BITTERS
will do away with all this. Now life,
strength and energy will take possession
of you. The damask will again bloom
upon your cheek, and the lustre in your
eye will again be as bright as in your
healthiest, happiest and most joyous
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to the
best imported German Cologne, and sold
at half the price. S25J3
BE BEAUTIFUL.-If you desire beauty
you should use Hagan's Magnolia Balm.
It gives a soft, refined, satiu-liko tex?
ture to the Complexion, removes Rough?
ness, Redness, Blotches, Sunburn, Tau,
?fcc, and adds a tinge of Pearly Bloom to
the plaiuest features. It brings the
Bloom of Youth to tho fading cheek and
changes the rustic Country Girl into a
Fashionable City Belle.
In tho use of the Magnolia Balm lies
tho true secret of Beauty. No Lady need
complain of her Complexion who will
invest 75 cents in this delightful article.
Lyon's Kathairon is the best hair
dressing in use. S4J13
WHAT IT WILL DO.-Judge by what
it has done. Heinitsh's QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT. It has cured a sore leg of twen?
ty-five years stnading. It hos restored
to health persons long diseased. It has
cured cutaneous eruptions, tetter, &c.
It has cured the dyspeptio of his com?
plaint of long standing. It has restored
to life the child supposed to be dying.
It has produced a radiant glow on the
female cheek. It has invigorated the
feeble and languishing. It has imparted
vigor to the young. It has vitalized the
decaying fonctions of age. It has puri?
fied the blood and invigorated life. It
has oared Liver Complaint and nervous
disorders. It has proven to be a great
blessing to females. It establishes regu?
larity of the organs. It is the lamp of
life and way to health, and everybody
should try a botte of HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S
Hanaley's Southern Variety Troupe
WILL give ose of their populajr-jntjrtabi
ments THIS [Thursday] EVENING,
September 30, commencing at 8 o'clock.
Tho performance will consist of Magie Won?
ders and Illusions, Negro Minstrelsy, Songs,
Dances, Stump Speeches, Burlesques, Ac,
making lt a chaste and cholee variety of fun
and amusement. Admission 60 cents.
Sept 30_? _1_
Salt! Salt! Salt!
2AAA 8AOK8 LIVERPOOL SALT, in
m\J\J\J good order, (daily expected.)
For sale low from tbs wharf by
KNOBELOCH & SMALL,
No. 78 East Bay street,
Sept 30 3 _Charleston, 8. C.
LAWRENCE D. DIETZ fi CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
NOT ?O N S,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
308 W. Ballimore stree'., between Howard and
Liberty, Baltimore, Md.
Sept 30_ _3mo
BORNEO, GUNNY, DUNDEE and DOUBLE
10,000 yards of the above, for sale at lowest
market rates._E. A G. D. HOPE.
New Dress Goods
C. f. JACKSON'S.
HANDSOME line of black and colored
SILKS, Satin striped POPLINS,
Figured, Chono aud Mottled MOHAIRS,
Grav Mixed MALANGE,
Silk'faced POPLINS, French FLAID, All-wool
EPINGLINE, plain black CRETONNE, black
and colored ALPACAS, black repel la nt CLOTH,
RIBBONS, Trimmings and Buttons, fashiona?
ble styles; magnificent Sash Bibhons.
Sept 29_C. F. JACKSON.
rfftibk School Notice.
t/lijMgg THE exercises of MISS WIL
School will be resumed on
J^pFMONDAY, October 4. ^
Ma^^ STRAYED or stoleu from my planta
tion in tho lower part of Laurens Dis
gJLZzLtriot, on tho 7th instant, two MULSE.
Uno of them is a large black boree Mule, with
high head and erect cars, eight or ten years
old; tho other is a dark bay maro Male, foar
v< art- old, a sore on the back of her neck,
caused by a yoke. A roward of $200 will
ba given for th? return of the Mules, with evi?
dence sufficient to convict tho thiovos; or $50
for tho Mules. JAMES G. WILLIAMS,
Martin's Depot, Laurens Railroad.
KW Augusta Chronicle please copy three
times and forward billa at once to this office.
JUST received a few choice FRENCH CAS
SIMEBES for pantaloons and suits,
which will be cut to order, and made in the
best manner. It. A W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Sept 2? _
WE beg to inform our friends and the pub?
lic generally, that we have removed our
office to tho Savings Bank building. Room
No. 3, up stairs. Entrance on Taylor street.
H. E. NICHOLS A CO.,
Sept 26 fi General Insurance Agents.
Guns. Pistols, Sewing Machines, Etc.
THE subscriber has on hand a largo assort?
ment of Singer's, Wilson's, Grover A Ba?
ker's, otc, SEWING MACHINES; also, a fine
assortment of English and German GUNS
PISTOLS, CUTLERY, CARTRIDGES, DOOR
BELLS, etc., which will he sold lower thau at
any other place in thu city.
Sewing Machines, Guns, Pistols, Locks, etc.,
repaired at thc shortest notice, and all work
warranted. F. A. SCHNEIDER,
Sept 23_ Main street.
on the 1st of Octo?
ber next, one door
North of Mossrs.
Scott, Williams A
, Co.'s Banking
S. C., au excellent
assortment of fluo
French JEWELRY, of the latest styles; a large
stock of English GUNS; with a full ass' rt mont
of GUN EQUIPMENTS-shot, cartridges and
a large assortment of hall cart?
ridges, of all sizes. Fine Eng-,
lish CUTLERY, Table, Pockot,
Silver and Plated Goods; Clock
and Mantel Goods. Alargo as?
sortment of all kinds of Goods kopt in our
line. Call aud seo us. Watches and Jewelry
repaired in best manner.
Sept 24 12_WILLIAM GLAZE.
CITY MACHINE WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE subscriber is prepared to manufacture
fcTEAM ENGINES, Portable and Station?
ary, of from 4 to 25 horse power. JULES and
M i LL GEARING furnished at tho lowest price
?nd shortest notice. All work guaranteed.
April 1 Arnot RICHARD TOZER.
1 i\f\LBS- Choice SMOKING TOBACCO,
JAJ\J "North Star."
50 Boxes Chewing Tobacco, consisting
of the finest and lowest gradea, "?tome very
choice." Just received and for salo by
Aug 15 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Lager, JUc ?ni Pprter.
"D RESTER LAGER, HcEwan'e ALE and
X> Guimiisa' PORTER ran be oUabicd at
Bolting Cloths. T *
AFULL assortment on band. MILLSTONES
and IRONS, purchased at low rates, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
THIS justly celebrated brand of VIRGINIA
FLOUR can always bo obtained at atora of
FI8HER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
The Columbia Female Academy
OPENS on FRIDAY, October 1. For parti?
culars inquire of tho Principals.
JANE H. REYNOLDS,
8cpt 9 jlQ SOPHIA M. REYNOLDS.
Fine Teas, Liquors, ceo.
HYSON, Black and Japan TEAS, eoleotcd
by an expert.
Mocha, Java, Laguayra and Rio COFFEES.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CORDIALS.-Those
aro guaranteed in strength, quality and puri?
ty; in variety equal to any house outside tho
groat commercial contres, as to prices aa well
as quality._GEO. 8YMMER8.
_^?? I respectfully inform my
jJ?*<Z, friends and public in general
^C^&jawth*11 havo just received a fino
~^"^?^assortment of DOUBLE AND
SINGLE-BARRELLED GUNS, RIFLES, PIS?
TOLS and SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS.
Repairing done at short notice by superior
workmen. P. W. KRAFT,
Sept 17_Main street.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HAVING received from New York my
s|fl supply of FALL and WINTER GOODS,
[Mconsisting of English, French and Ameri
'I"CID Caeaimeres,Scotch Tweeds, Vestings,
.Ve., Ac, I invite my old customers and the
public generally to call and examine for them?
selves, feeling satisfied that I can show as Uno
Goods, and glvo as good bargains, as can bo
obtained anywhere. With an experience of
fifteen or twenty years in the business, and a
corps of competent workmen, my customers
may relv upon being satisfied.
Sept 19_J. F.'EISENMANN.
Summer Goods !
PRIOR TO TAKING STOCK, AND
moving in New Storo, will sell
for fifteen days tho 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.
Sign of the Mammoth Walch,
Gregg's Building, Main Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WY JKV/MM IMPORTER AND
?L*l m Ii m ll Dealer in Fine JEW
l?l LLXl Wi ELBY. WATCHES,
P- IUCTBWJI? Ell SILVER and PLATED
O^^c^w^ll WAI*E and Fanoy Ar
P?i^\Ji3r^^S?i^? t'c,e8? A large assort
) i//ri^-~-<^r^^^i ment of the following
?r*^> / j-,-. . Un0 OI" articles always
#'/ 7*v ~-- \vl on hand: American
|>B( ^-~o-' }mwM Watches, American
li \ / /? Bronze Clocks, Meri
/J*\mw den Brittania Ware,
>?K"~~niC Rogers'Brit'nia Ware,
9\M\^?S^^^^?\ Fairchild's Diamond
Ma>^^S-y^rS<f? pointed Pens, Italian
WW ATJFMI*^ Violin Strings, Pebble
Iltifl%>nidV Spectacles, and many
other articles usually kept in a First Class
Jewelry establishment._Sept 15
In the Probate Court.
Ex parle Jacob H. Wells-Application for dis
charae as Guardian.
JACOB H. WELLS, Guardian of Ella A.
WELLS, having this day filod his potition
for final discharge as Guardian of Ella A.
Wells, it is ordered that a hearing bo had
upon said petition on SATURDAY, 16th Octo?
ber, 1809. at 10 A. M.
WILLIAM HUTSON WIGG,
Sept 16 timo Judgo of Probate.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
_RM_ CSDEH mr. TATHONAOE OK
RIGHT KEV. BISHOP LYNCH
tJil?Mfcfc FOR Prospectus, pleaso addross
^jaffg?j>'THE MOTHER SUPERIOR," Ur
^jjr^br aulino Convent, Vallo Crucis.
Death to Flies!
(CHEMICAL PAPER for killing Flies-ccr
) tain death and destruction.
For salo by FISHER & HEINIT8H,
Aug 14 j_Drugglate.
Notice to Cotton Growers.
THE Subscriber intends to run a Portable
Cotton Gin from Columbia to Kingsville
and the surrounding country. Planters wish
iug mv services can apply to me, at Columbia.
AUK 5_RICHARD TOZER.
Ij^OR making a cool, refreshing heverago
1 during tho warm days. A healthful drink,
supplvhig just enough acid to tho stomach.
For'sale by FISHER & UEINITSII,
Due West Female College.
OUR 10th yoar will open MON
/fr4m\ DAY, tho 4th of October. Faculty
ck'tyjeMjfcHaino aa for years past. Tuition
^YOHKrijuer session i:20; French i?; Music
jLfjjtp (Vio.no ) $24; Boarding in thc Col
6a3^ logo boarding house, kont by Prof.
Kennedy, $12 a month. Fuel ann washing
about $3 a month. Boarding in ot ber families
at about tho samo rato. Terms, cash in ad?
vance. Necessity compels us to mako tho
small charge for Fronoh. Latin is taught
without charge. For Catalogue, ?fcc, address
BEV. J. I. BONNER, Presidont.
Sept 5 Imo
pr rv BBLS. St. Louis FAMILY FLOUR, pro
t)U nouncod by all who have used it equal to
any evor sold in this city. Try it. 100 Barrels
and Bags, assorted qualities, at prices which
cannot fail to pleaso.
Fivo Casks extra sugar-cured HAMS; 5 do.
BACON STRIPS; Fulton Market BEEF; Pic?
kled Salmon and Smoked Herrings, all select?
ed for first class family trade, fresh to hand
and for salo by_GEORGE 8YMMER8.
To the Public.
HAVING Jost returned from the North, I
Ht?with a NEW STOCK OF SUPERIOR
(ljlGOODS, for the oustom trado, I am pre
-Ubpared to fill orders at ?hort notice and
in the very latest styles. A botter stock, in
my line, has never been brought to this city,
and having several competent workmen, 1
gnarantoe satisfaction to all. Glvo me a call.
Sopt 18 C. D. EBERHARDT.
BY B. C. PE1X0TT0 ft 80V.
MONDAY MORNING, October 4, in front of
the Court House, in this city. Rt 10 o'clock,
we will sell,
All that LOT, with COTTAGE thereon, and
?ll necessary out-buildings-measuring fifty*
two feet two inches front, more or less, aud
running back 153 feet, more or lesa; bounded
on tho Mouth by Lumber street; on the North
by lands of L. H. Trove itt; on the East by L. H.
Trevett; on the Wost by B. H. Knight. This
is a noat Cottage, eligibly situated, and worthy
attention of those desirous of purchasing.
Terms at salo. _ Sept 2$
Assignee's Sale of Choses in Action.
IN pursuance of an order from hie Honor
Judge Bryan, to mo directed. I, as assignee
of tho estate of JOHN MAYER, Bankrupt,
will sell, at publio auction, at Newberry C. H.,
8. O., on the FIRST MONDAY in October next,
at ll o'clock A. M., all the Choses and Accounts
ba my hand belonging to said estate
Sept 20 10 F. H. DOMINICK, Assignee.
Ex parte Marv J. Strother et al.-In Common
IN pursuance of an ordor in tho above stated
case, I will sell, on tho first MONDAY in
October next, in front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that LOT OF LAND, in tho city of Co?
lumbia, boundod on tho North by lands of |
Frederick W. Green, on tho East /the Go-!
lumbia Canal, on tho South by Sonate street,
and on the West by the Congaree River, con?
taining two and one-half acres, more or less.
This property will be sold subject to the claim
of the life interest of P. Bofil, noir held by S.
A. Pearce, jr., and is limited to $500.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. B. C.
Martha G. Roberts, Administratrix, cs. Robert
O. Sams et uz., et al.
IN pursuance of the dooretal order of the Cir?
cuit Court, sitting in Equity in the above
stated caso, I will sell, on tue first MONDAY
in Octobor next, in front of the Court Houso,
in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL OF LAND,
in tho city of Columbia, butting and bounding
to tho North on Christ Church, to the South
on Taylor street, to tho East on lot formerly
of O. M. Roberts, now of Samuel Waddle, and
to the West on Marion street; measuring East
and West 15G foot, and North and South 208
foot, more or loss.
I TEEMS OF SALI:-One-half cash; tho balance
on a credit of twelve months, socurod by bond
and mortgage, with interest from date of aalc.
I Purchaser to pay for stamps and papers.
8cpt 12 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S.|R. C.
The President and Directors of tho Bank of
thc State of South Carolina vs. James Cath?
IN pursuanco of tho decrotal order of tho
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in the
above stated case, I will sell, on the first MON?
DAY in October next, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT or PARCEL OF LAND, with
tho improvements thereon, containing one
acre, more or less, situate in tho city of Colum?
bia, and bounded as follows: On the North by
Lumber street, on tho East by estate of James
T. Munds and Jerome M. Miller, South by
Hannan and Robert Swafficld, and Weat by
TLUMS OF SALE-Sufficient cash to pay tho
costs of suit and oxpenscs of salo and the
mortgago debt; balanco on a credit of six
months. Purchaser to givo bond and mort?
gage of tho premisos sold, and to pay for
papers and stamps. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Sept 12_ mth
Julian Soulc, Adm'r, ri al, vs Emma S Duo et
IN pursuance of tho decretal ordor of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I will sell,
ou the FIRST MONDAY in Ootober next, in
front of the Court Houso in Columbia, within
tho legal hours, the following property, viz:
Tho HOU8E AND LOT in tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded on tho North by lands of Wm
Price; East by tho Marion Street Methodist
Church; South by Lumber street, and West by
lands of Wm Laval, Trustee, measuring 77
foot G inches, moro or less, on Lumber street,
and running back northwardly 126 feet G
inches, more or leas,
The Houso and Lot in thc city of Columbia,
bounded on the North by Lumber street. East
by lands now or latoly of Thomas H Wade,
South by lands of Whitfield Walker, Trustee,
and West by Bull street, containing one-half
of an aero, moro or less,
The Houso and Lot in tho city of Columbia,
boundod on the North by-?East by lands
now or late of Thomas H Wade; South on Rich?
land street, and West by lands of Thomas
Stenhouse, measuring 54 feet, more or less, on
Richland street, and running back Northward?
ly 240 feet and ll inches, moro or less,
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. O.
Edward Kinslcr, Jr., and Henry O. Kinslor,
Executors, VS. Amelia B. Kinslcr et al
PURSUANT to tho docrctal order in tho
abovo stated ease of dato August 28.18G9,1
will soil, before tho Court Houso in Columbia,
on the 4-rn day of OCTOBER NEXT, within
tho legal hours:
All tho right, titlo and interest of John J.
Kinslcr, deceased, in thc following tracts of
LANDS, in Lexington County, of which his
father, William Kinslcr, deceased, and his
mother, Salomi Kinslcr, deceased, died pos
1 Tho Home Place, 1,000 acree,
2 Tho Friday Old Place, 300 acres,
3 Tho Boiboi Fiold Tract. 100 acres,
4 Tho Mount Hebrou Tract, 150 acres,
5 The McCary KiiiBler Tract, 800 acres,
G Tho Smith Tract, G40 acres,
7 Tho Hunter Tract, GIO acres,
8 Tho William Kinslor Tract, '250 acres,
1) Tho Red Bank Tract, 2,300 acres,
10 Tho Mouth of Saluda Tract, 200 acres,
11 Tho "Burnt Houso" Tract, 1,620 acres,
12 Tho Oconeo River Tract, in Georgia, 400
Terms cash. P. P. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Sept 12 _ mth
Thomas F. earhart vs. Robert C. Andorson
and James M. Jones.-Dill to foreclose mort?
IN pursuanco of tho decretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in tho abovo
stated caso, I will soil, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in October next, in front of the Court House
in Columbia, within the legal hours: AH that
LOT OF LAND, lying and hoing in the city of
Columbia, on Richardson stroot, fronting on
Bald street 50 foot 4 inches, more or loss, and
running back or Westwardly from said street
153 feet, moro or less, to a lot reoently owned
by J. B. Glass, now N. By nura; bounded South
by John Agnew's lot, West by N. Bynum's lot,
late J. B. Glass', North by Henry Davis' lot
and East by Richardson street. On this lot
there is a large throo-story brick building.
TEEMS OF BALE-Cash sufficient to pay costs
and expenses of suit and sale, and also, the
Bum of $7,265 51, and the interest whioh shall
have accrued thereon subsequently to tho 15th
day of August, 1869, and tho balance on a cre?
dit until the 15th day of March, 1871. Tho
i purohaser to give bond and mortgage of tho
Sremises, with interest thereon from tho 15th
ay of Marob, 1869, payable annually, and to
insure the property in a sufflciont amount and
assign tho policy, and to pay for stamps and
papers. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. O.
Sopt 12 mth
John A. Crawford va. Sophia MuUlrow, et al.
BiU to foreel??e mertgafr.^M Equity.
IN pursuance of tho doeretal order of tho
Oirouit Court, sitting ia equity in the aboyo
stated oaae, I wal noll, on tho FIRST MONDAY
lu Octobor uoxt, in front of the Court House,
in Columbia, within the legal hours:
All that lot of LAND, containing one-third I
of an aero, moro or leas. Bi tua to. in tho city of
Columbia, and bounded South by Washington
street; East by lot formerly of M. E. Mid dr o w,
bought from Mrs. Johnson; North by Henry
Davis' lot and lot formerly or A. Horbormont;
and Weat by a lot convoyed by John A. Craw?
ford to Samuel L. Muldrow, on let February,
1861, now owned by W. Hut son Wlgg. Pur?
chaser to pay for stamps and papen. Terms
cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. 0.
Sept 12 mth- ,
D. B. DcSr.ussuro, Commissioner, vs. William
Kinsler, Edward and Henry O. Klnsler, Ex
ecutora, etaU ? - ?Wi '
PURSUANT to the decretal order to uadi
roc ted, I will ?ell, on the fourth day of Oo
toner next, before the Court House, in Colum
bia, within the legal hours: "
All that lot, pioco, parcel or tract ot LAND,
situate in Richland County, containing four
and 45-100 aerea: bounded on the North by
James M Crawford; East by Wm Wallace;
South by Upper street; and Weat by QB
Hope and Mrs Leavy:
Terms cash sufficient to pay costa of suit
and sale and the mortgage debt; balance on a
credit of six months, secured by bond, with
good personal security, and a mortgage of
promiaes sold Purchaser topar for allpapera
and atampa. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Sept 12_ _ oath
Wm. M. Beckham, Administrator, vt. James
B. WilliamB, et al.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in the |
above stated caso, I will sell, before
tho Court House, iu Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in October next, within the legal
Ali that TRACT or PLANTATION of LAND,
in Richland County, on Congaree River, con?
taiuing 811 acres, more or lesa, bounded by
tho plantation known aa Bi" Lake, the landa
of Thomas Davis and Oong^reo River.
All that tract of Landan Biobiaad County,
containing thirty-one acree, more or leas, on
O ri iii n'a Creek; bounded by the lands of estate
of Johu Bates, Palmetto Academy and others.
ALSO, . ::i
All that tract of Land, in Lexington County,
known aa tho "Sand Hill Tract," containing
810 acres, more or leas, between the head?
waters of Savannah, Hunt, Tom's Creek and
First Creek; bounded by lande of Henry Sight
1er, George W. L?rick, F. E. Williams, Henry
P. Geiger, Joel T. Lo wm an and J. F. Easer.
THUMS OF HALE.-Cash sufficient to pay
costs and expense of suit, and one-third of re?
sidue; balance OB a credit of one, two abd
three yeara, secured by bond, with approved
personal aeouritv, and a mortgage of the pro?
mises sold; purshaaors to pav for all necessary
papers and stamps. P. F. FBAZEE,
Kept 12 mt h " fl.'Bl C.
rpHE undersigned is opening bia Fall and
1 Winter Stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTH
INO, HATS, CAPS, SHOES, TRUNKS, FANCY
ARTICLES, etc, to which ho invites an in
e pe ct ion, confident that bia prices will suit
all pockets. His assortment embraces many
articles not readily enumerated in au adver?
tisement. J. SULZBAOHER,
Sept 25 6 Main atreet, Colombia, 8. 0.
NEW PALL GOODS-1
From Latest Importations!!
FRENCH MERINOES, all colors,
Empresa Clothe, all colors,
Choice Poplins, new styles,
Ton gea English Poplins, choice styles.
Black Silks, best quality,
Fancy Delaines in new designs,
Fall Prints in great variety,
Tweeds, Jeans and Gaeeimeres,
Bleached and Brown Homespuns,
Hosiery, Gloves, Embroideries,
Plain and H. S. Handkerchiefs,
Notions, Ac., '
And will be SOLD LOW, to make room for
large arrivals of Goods.
Our Stock will comprise, during tho season,
the latest styles in Dross Gooda, by every
steamer. WM. D. LOVE ft'oo.,.** *
Columbia Hotel Block,
Main street, Columbia, 8. 0.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREEBY.
en- Agents for the EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. THE BEST IN THE
WORLD. Sept U Ht
B. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD.
^yT"E aro receiving a very largo stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, eic, &c,
Which we havo selected with great care, and
offer to our customers at
A NEW FEATURE.
WE havo secured the services of a FIRST
FRENCH C UBTOM CLO THING CUTTER
AND SUITABLE TAILORS,
And will make CLOTHING TO ORDER in
stylo and tic second to no other honro in the
We have a magnificent lino of
FRENCH AND KVOJL.ISII CA SS Ol EUES
To select from, and will take pleasure in show?
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLESALE