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IJOWDON, ?ot?lier,2.-T^e( potato erob
b?.S^??a i?^TpF-oa average. It is
estimated that h alf th? ' crop will bo en?
cumbered with disease. . .
piste, October 2^The loss by the
Bordeaux fire Wai 10,OOQ,000 francs.
'. i ltemi;; ' Ooiobar : l-^The treaty be
HAVANA, O O taber 2.-AS theJBftrome
ter/indicnt?s a hurricane, the Olptain of
the Port bas ordered vessels in the har
1 bor to be eeonroly moored.
''^Asirjirf^N,1-October 2.~^-Intornal re?
veno Ireeeipts t?da?$S5pV000.
?I Advices from the East India squadron
sm? unfavorable te the apprentice sys
tom; many have deserted, and the ma
?ority of those remaining are always un?
OOOHUI Plumb reports Spanish inter?
ference with the mails at Havana, which
he believes will be followed by open
seizure, unless the Government acts
promptly. -The despatches have been
referred to Secretary Cresswell.
It i? 8tated that polano has prepared
? circular to tho assessors, referring to
incomes, which involves universal domi?
ciliary visits. Thoso who have failed to
roport must, all rnako oath. Delano de
sMQM ene?188e*w action from assessors.
The steamers Dictator and Severn
haye been orjaippod apd coaled, in mo
m eu tory espoo tat i on of orders for. O nba.
Senator liamsey reports the- Freud:
difficult to move in postal reforms.
.A oorrespondenoe has occurred be
tweon tho ago'nts of the Eutorpe and th(
Slate.Department. Secretary Fish takei
the ground that ho cannot, upon rumor,
gr?nt a convoy;'; but should a vessel boar
uig the national flag be unlawfully mo
lestod, prompt action will be taken t(
prevent a repetition of the outrage ant
punish the offenders.
It seems certain that the new Gnbai
expeditions are being engineered by par
ties unknown, but who are much mon
potent than the old Cuban Junta. Ad
vices from Ganada, and details from Nev
York, especially as they aro supported b;
the Herald's despatches from Key West
indicate a formidable demonstration,
A delegation of Ohio steamboat men
headed by James K. Morehead, is hen
before,thc board of underwriters, oppos
tug bridges over navigable streams les
than 400 feet ?p?n. .
Sherman opposes farther reduotion o
t?)0 army until tho Indian troubles ar
. v?The special partisans of the Cespede
Government have unfavorable advice
from Qie.interior of Cnba, which seem
confirmatory of the Havana reports o
Jordan's desire to abandon the struggle
CHARLESTON, October 2.-Vessels out
ward bound are detained by tho bea v.
NEW ORLEANS, October 2.-Koopmnr
G ch aap is here.
The New York Herald's despatch rob
tive to the steamers Sillian and Tease
is considered a fabrication, as one of tb
steamers referred to is still in this por
GALVESTON, October 2.-Provision)
Governor Pease sent in his resignatio
yesterday, and will take the stump fe
Hamilton. The aotion of Gen. Beynolc
and the administration regarding Text
affairs will cause twenty more Bopubl
can speakers to take the field for the Hi
milton tickot. Preparations are bein
made for a grand- Hamilton demonstn
tion here to-morrow.
NEW YORK, October 2.-Marshal Ba
low denies that the steamer Alabama
a Cuban privateer; she is n reguli
steamer between New York and Farnai
dina. Barlow has withdrawn survei
lance from the Euterpe.
The failnre of Adams, Kimball
Moore and Pnllian & Ka /mond is a:
nounoed on the stock board.
The Herald's Key West special says
Caban expedition, 400 strong, commun
ed by General Cristo, has escaped to tl
Florida coast, where it was joined by tl
Gabon privateers Sillian and Tease
with X?600 men, under General Goisar
The fleet was freighted with 10,0i
rifles, 5,000 sabres and 20 guns-rangii
from 6. to 24-pounders. Another bot
of men, under Steedman and Magrude
are about embarking from a Gulf po
for a common rendezvous off the Cubi
ooast. The Sillian and Teaser sail
last night, and will be joined at sea 1
the Cuban privateers Hornet and Cal
carrying eaoh fifteen guns, some
whioh are 100-ponnders. Volunteer]
is very brisk along the entire Gnlf com
5,000 men are waiting transportation.
PITTTIADKTIPHIA, October 2.-There li
beon a steady rain sinco noon. Tho sn
ply of water is now ample.
A new and dangerous counterfeit t
dollar greenback has just appeared.
Another political row ocourred h
night. Eleven persons are known to
seriously wounded, namely: Throo I
m ocra ts and four Bepublicans; thi
citizens and one policeman. Tho Den
orats drove tho Bepublicans from th
headquarters and destroyed their trai
paren ci os.
CONCORD, N. H., October 2.-Frank
Pieroe is very sick; his disease has
sumed a dropsical form.
INDIANAPOLIS, October 2.-Tho boi
of one of the two engines competing :
speed at the State Fair exploded, to-di
killing nineteen persons and woundi
many. Among tho killed was Mr. Ja
son, of Memphis.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 2.-A hei
earthquake, with a loud noise, occur
at San Lorenzo to-day.
1O.000 A'S1" STOBE 4
LIVERPOOL (220 lb. weight.)
AMERICAN, in Liverpool Hucks.
For salo by O. O. PARSLEY Sc, CO.,
Oct 1 3 Wilmington, N. <
VUtMk^?At? AS?* kWvtmKCiAU
ited States ports,
balea; exports to Great Britain 7,434;j
exports to the continent 2,879; stock on
band and on shipboard not yet olearod
86,054. Stgcks strong. Money easy, 7.
Sterirbg-^fong iK\ enW Gold
80^. 62's 19%; Tennessee's, ex-ooupon,
ljBQ>?: new Virginia's, extcoupon,
68; new 52$; Wee 6's 62; S's 84V?;
Alabama 8's 90 J?; Georgia 6's 85; 7's 89;
North Carolina's, old, 49; new 44;
South Carolina's, new, 69. Flour 5o.
lower. Wheat dull and unchanged.
Corn dull and deelining. Fork nominal
-81.25(3)31.50. Cotton unchanged
27K? Freights vory firm.
NEW YORK, October 2-7 P. M.-Cot?
ton firmer; sales 47 halos, at 272?. Flour
heavy, and 10c. lower-superfine State
5.65(a)5.90. Wheat dosed steady. Corn
-mixed Western email@example.com. Whiskey
a shade firmer-1.22)?. Pork quiet and
firstname.lastname@example.org. . JQard heavy
kettle 18??@19. Freights a shade firmer.
CINCINNATI, October 2.T-Whiskey firm,
at 1.15. Pork dull, at 32.20. Lard of?
fered at 17^@17^. Shoulders 10*^@
16y? \ clear sides 20.
CHARLESTON, October 2.-Cotton in
moderate demand, but firm; sales 325
bales-middlings 25; receipts 1,187.
MOBILE, October 2.-Cotton opened
quiet"and weak; but late?, in the day a
I good/ demand sprang up,., the. market
dosing firm; sales 1,000 bales-middlings
|24)?; receipts 1,338; exports 958.
' Nsw ORLEANS, October 2**-Cotton ac?
tive and firmer, at 24%; sales 4,000
bales; receipts 1,585. Bacon 17&?21kft
Whiskey 1.27^. Gold 81#: .
LONDON, Got ober 2- Evening.-Con?
sols 93. Bonds 82)?. J
'LTVERPOOTJ, October 2^-Evening.
Cotton quiet-uplands 12%; Orleans
Columbia Male Academy.
HCQH B. THOMPSON, Princi?
pal, Instructor in Mathematics,
Trench and English Branches.
JAB. WOOD DAVIDSON, A. M.,
'Instructor in Latin and Greek
JOHN T. McBHYDE, Assistant.
The next session will begin MONDAY, Octo?
ber 4. Pupils will bo proparod for any Univer?
sity or College, or for mercantile life.
Prompt attendance) at the beginning of thc
session is earnestly desired, in order that a
complot c organization of tho classes may bo
effected at once._Oct 3 1
WE will exhibit on MONDAY a very exten?
sive and varied stock of fine fancy
Dress Qoods and Mourning Goods,
Which have been selected from latest importa?
tions, and bought at greatly reduced prices.
0?B FLANNEL STOCK
Comprises the best makes, and will bo found
I very cheap.
Trimmings, Ribbons. Embroideries,
And LACES, of tho very latest designs.
Cassimere, Cloths and Under-wear,
?JEANS, TWEEDS, and Domestic Goods ia
every variety and price.
New styles of Goods will be received WEEK?
LY. We desire to retain the trade at home,
and will keep such Goods as suits the wants ol
our customers. The price will he as low as
they eau be bought anywhere.
W. D. LO VE A CO.,
Main street, Columbia, S. C.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McOREERY.
I Removed to New Store
In Columbia Hotel Block, One Door North
of Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
,- i - IS now receiving a very .
Ik^UJ^^rgc Fall Htock, and ia now^gE^
^mfTPffRopen for inspection. Thc2QT?>
I la| ?stock will compris)o every^*f^.
article uaually kept in a first class house, such
as Hats, from the lowest grade to tho finest
silk beaver, Boots and Shoes in every style,
and at prices to suit all, Trunks, Valises, La?
dies' and Gents' Leather, Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, School Satahels, Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors, I will bo happy to
re?oive a continuance of public patronage.
The attention of Wholesale Dealers is soli?
cited. Call at sign of tho big Boot and Hat.
Oct 3_A. SMYTHE.
?MISS LEVY will resumo bor Dancing
Class on thc 4th of Octobor. For terms,
Ac. apply at her Rosidcuco, corner Lady
and Bull streets. Kept 23 03
A lot of yonng Kentucky MULES
FfeaaaBk and HOltSES, at Charles Logan's sta
qp?blea. W. S. TOLBOTT.
.aalaaZaV Sept 20_t 4
Notice to Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
ASSISTANT ASSES SOB'S OFFICE, 1ST DIVISION,
3D DIHTUICT, S. C., Octobor 1, 1809.
THE Internal Revenue Laws require that j
ovory cask or package of spirituous
liquor of five gallons and upwards, filled for I
shipment, salo or delivery on tho premisos of
a wholesale liquor doaler, must DO gauged
and inspected, and havo affixed thereto tho
wholesale liquor dealer's stamp.
J. F. ENSOR, U. S. Ganger,
Oct g Ofttco at Loaph.irt A Sloan's.
Columbia Oil Company.
INSTALMENT NO. 2 of 20 por cent, of tho
Capital Stock of this Company is horoby I
called (br, in accordance with a resolution of ?
tho Directors, payable rm or beforo October 9.
Oct 18 E. P. ALEXANDER, President.
_ _ .For Bale low at
" . ! " EI
E. E. JACKSON'S.
Oct 1 6
k ? A \ A. . _I
ABE BOW r oat! v for ell B tr ibu t Ion. The stock 1
af gopda AT.RETAIL 1* *B8 .FW?fc 8tor?
ia replete and full, and of ever; conceivable
style and price. ? "
Our Shawl and Cloak Department
Presenta some rare attractions in prices and |
Onr Dress Goods Department,
As usual, exhibits all the handsome novelties.
Our Hosiery and Uunderwoar Depart
. . ment
Supplies all tho articles of comfort and protec?
tion for winter uso. -
Our Notion and Haberdashery Depart?
"Will, as heretofore, rtoeivoour beat attention,
atid every novelty, useful or ornamental, can
bo had froui it.
Our Carpet Department
Thia season excels ovcryihlng of tho kind ever
exhibited in Columbia before, comprising
evorything known to thc t*ado m the way of
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
18 a specialty, wheroin wo claim to give all the
advantages that can bc offered. Tho Goode
for tho Department are on hand-bought
right, and sold with as little expenso aa they
can be handled anywhere.
Wo Bohoit a call from every one wanting
Gocda. We positively guarantee our bills
certainly aa cheap-often cheaper-than can
bo had elsewhere. B. C. SHIVER.
S3" The Greenville Enterprise, Abbeville
Press, Yorkvillo Enquirer, Newberry Herald,
Chester Reporter, Keowee Courier, Spartan
burg iSpiiriau, Unionville Times and Camden
Journal will copy to tho extent of ono-fourth
of a column, chango weekly, with the Puezsix,
for the qnartor commeucing October 1,1369.
R. 0. SHIVER,
AGENT for GROVER ? BAKER'S
R. C. SHIVER,
GENT for ROCK ISLAND
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for GRANITEVILLE
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT tor BATES VILLE BROWN GOODS
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for ROBERTS' NEEDLES and CCT
LERY, auch as Fino Shears, Scissors.
Pockct-Knivcs, Pocket Cutlery for ladies, and
tho Parabola Needles, the "ladies favorite.
Also, for R. C. Shiver's celebrated PALMET?
TO NEEDLE, made iu Birmingham, England,
for our special trado._
HAYLNG been appointed Agent for tho salo
of tho RAMIE PLANT in this city, and
also engaged to some extent for six months in
ita cultivation, I am pre pared to give informa?
tion a8 to its adaptability and receive orders
for Planta; also authorized to establish Bub
agencies for tho ealo of the Plant that ia at
present agitating our planting community.
Octl_R. C. SHIVER.
CLEAR RIB SUDES,
Dry Salted Meats,
I DIRECT FROM WESTERN PACKERS.
A, B & C SUGARS,
SUGAR. HOUSE SYRUP,
Coffees of all Grades,
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 mackerel,
In Kitta, Half-Barrels and B?rrela,
iND OTHER GROCERIES DIRECT
FROM FIRST HANDS,
To which wo ask the attention of buyers, as
we aro prepared to offer
D. C. PE1X0TT0 & SON,
AUCTION ?i COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND LADY STS.
New Dress Goods
C. F. JACKSON'S.
HANDSOME line of black and colored
SILKS, Satin striped POPLINS,
Figured, Chene and Mottlod MOHAIRS,
Gray Mixed MALANGE,
Silk faced POPLINS, French PLAID, All-wool
EPINOLINE, plain black CRETONNE, black
and colored ALPACAS, black ropellant CLOTH,
RIBBONS, Trimminga and Buttons, fashiona?
ble stylos; magnificent Sash Ribbons.
Sept 29_C. F. JACKSON.
Fine Teas, Liquors, &c.
HYSON, Black and Japan TEAS, selocted
by an export.
Mocha, Java, Lagnayra and Rio COFFEES.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CORDIALS.-Theso
aro guaranteed in strength, quality and puri?
ty; m variety equal to any houso outsielo tho
great commercial centres, as to price's aa well
aa quality._GEO. SYMMERS.
pr f\ DBLS. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, ut
Ow $10--be>st in market.
50 bbls. Extra Family Flour, at $9-equal to
50 bbls. Super Flour, at $8-now and sweet.
Our Choice Family Flour is the "croani of
tho city and suporior to any in this market."
Terms cash._J. &. T. R. AGNEW.
TUST rocelvod a few choice FRENCH CAS
.J SIMERES for pantaloons and suits,
which will bo cut to order, and mado in the
boat manner. R. A W. 0. SWAFFIELD.
Notice to Cotton Grovers.
THE Subscriber intends to run a Portabio
Cotton Gin from Columbia to Kingsville
and tho surrounding conntry. Plantera wish?
ing my services can apply to me, at Columbia.
?i f\f\ BAGS common to primo RIO
i lAJ Vi COFFEE,
25 bags Java anel Laqnavra Coffoi.
I For salo low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
BY JA?fl?fl?tf'vfl^^ ,
TO-MORROW MO KN I KO. O0toUer:4,J win
sall, at tbe Court Honae, nt 10 o'clock,
4 HALF-ACHE LOTS, on tbe East aide of
tho Charlotte Biilroad; bounded South by tho
Latta place, and North by continuance of *u
Term? of eal?, cash. Pur eh a eera to pay for
papera and ?tampa._Oct 3 |
Math Sired Lots.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW (Monday) MORNING, at lt) |
o'clock, ? will soil, before the Court Honso,
LOT No. 1-Weat aide of Main streot, 25 feet
front, running back 208; bounded North by
alley adjoining J. C. Soegers, and South by lot
Lot No. 2-25 feet front, nianing back 208:
bounded North by lot owned by - Ettor, and I
South by lota formerly the ?ito of Janney's
Terms of Sale-One-third oash; balance pay?
able Januarv 1, 1870, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchasers to pay for papers and
stamps. _Oct 3
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
MONDAY MORNING, October 4, in front of
thc Court House, in thia city, at 10 o'clock,
wo will sell.
All that LOT, with COTTAGE thereon, and
all necessary out-buildings-measuring fifty
two feet two inchos front, more or lesB, and
running back 153 feet more or less; bounded
on the South br Lumber at root; on the North
by lands of L. H. Trevott; ou the East by L. H.
Trevett; on th? Wost by B. H. Knight. This
ie a neat Cottage, eligibly situated, and worthy
attention of those desirous of purchasing.
Terms at sale._Sept 28
BY B. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
We will sell, on MONDAY", the 4th dav of Octo?
ber next, in front of the Court House, in
this city, at 10 o'clock,
All that lot of LAND, with the COTTAGE
thereon, measuring and fronting on Lincoln
street C7 feet, more or lees, running back 216
foet, more or less: bounded on the North by
Mary Smith and Thoe. W. Berry; on thc East
by Jane HayeB; on tho South by Sarah Brown:
on the West by Lincoln street. The Cottage
eontams 4 basement and 4 upper rooms, and
porticoes upon front and rear. Upon tho pre?
mises there ia a tine collection of choice fruit
treea-pears, apples, peaches, and a fino arbor
of grapes; also a Ano well of water.
That lot or parcel of LAND bounded on the
North by Lady street; 8outh by lot of T. W.
Berry; East by et-f ate of G. V. Antwerp; Weet
by T. W. Berrv; and contains one-fourth of an
acre, more or lesa. This lot is admirably suit?
ed for building purposes.
The above property can be treated for pri?
vately previous to day of sale.
TEUMS-One-third cash; balance in one and
two yeare. Purchasers to pay ua for necessary
papers and atamps. _S 15 19 23 O 3
Estate Sale of Slocks and Bonds.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY, October 4,1 will sell, in front of
tho Court Houso, at 10 o'clok-aale positive,
29 8 HAR ES CHARLOTTE AND SOOTH CA?
3 Bouda City of Columbia, $500 each,
2 Bonds City of New Orleans, (1,000 eaoh.
Sept 19 ~ mw5
Salo in Bankruptcy.
JACOB LEVIN, ACCTIONEEB.
In the matter of James G. Gibbes, Bankrupt.
IN pursuance of the order of hia Honor Judge
Bryan, will be aold. at publiooutory, bv mo,
at tho Court House, in Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in October, at ll o'clock A. M., the
following property, belonging to tho estate of
the a aid Bankrupt, to wit:
A TRACT OF LAND, containing 231 acres,
more or leas, lying on both aides of the Kooroo
River, in the Stato of South Carolina, adjoin?
ing landa on the South sido of tho said river
in Laurens County, owned by Jesse Leather
wood and by Simpson Roebuck, and on the
North aide of said river by lands in Spartau
I burg County, owned by Jesse Leatberwood
and by John and Andrew Westmoreland, bot?
ter known aa "Van Patten Shoals," on which
ia a saw, grist and flour mill.
N. B.-This property recommends itself as
the best mill seat in the State. The water
power ie unsurpassed; the situation beautiful
and healthful, and it lies directly in the track
of tho Air Line Railroad.
Tho heirs of John Carlington hold a first
? lien upon the property for a portion of the
purchase ninney, and tho Rev. John Fielding
a second mortgage lien. Further particulars
given at sale. Both liens sot up and established.
At the samo timo and place, a lot of LAND,
with DWELLING-HOUSE and out-buildingB
thereon, containing one-half of an acre, more
or less, situated on Plain street, in the city of
Columbia, in the State aforesaid, butting and
bounding to the North on lot of -McAllis?
ter to tho South on Plain street, to the East
on lot now owned by J. P. Southern, and to
the Weet 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 Rov. John Fielding. Both
A LOT in Columbia, State of South Carolina
containing a little moro than one-half aero,
situated on Plain street, and bounded on the
North bv Plain street, on the South hy lot held
now by Dr. William Reynolds, ou the East by
Main street, and on tho Wost by tho grounds
of the Baptist Church. (Jv which lot there
exists a mortgage lien which has been set up
A tract of LAND or Plantation, called "Tho
White Pond Tract," containing 1,000 acros,
more or less, situate about 12 miles from Co?
lumbia, in Richland County. Tho correct
boundaries of which will bo given on tho day
On which said labt tract thcro exists a lion
for part of tho purchaao money, set up and es
Terms cash, by order of thc Court. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers and tho necessary
stamps. Twenty-one days notice hoing here?
by given in the several Counties in which tho
said lands lio. W. J. HOKE,
September 9, 1809. Assignee.
N. B.-At tho same timo and placo will be
sold a claim of tho said Assignee for tho sum
of $20,000, which is now in litigation in Cana?
da, against tho Express Company, which claim
was reserved at a former salo.
Sopt 9 thmG_W. J. HOKE, Assignee.
Tho President and Directore of the Bank of
tho State of South Carolina rs. James Cath?
IN pursuanco of tho docrotal order of tho
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity ia tho
ab ive Htated case, I will sell, on the tlrst MON?
DAY in October next, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within tho logal hours,
All that LOT or PARCEL OF LAND, with
the improvements thereon, containing ono
aero, moro or lesa, situate in the city of Colum?
bia, and bounded as follows: On the North by
Lumber street, on tho East by estate of James
T. Munda and Jeromo M. Miller, South by
Han:.an and Robert Swaffiold, and West by
THUMS or SALK-Sufficient oash to pay tho
costs of suit and expenses of salo and tho
mortgage debt; balance on a credit of six
month?. Purchaser to Rivo bond and mort?
gage of tho premises sold, and to pay for
papors and stamps. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Sept 12 mth
Hi un \W\i*W1ft*T*mT^f?*^^m7Wr'. ' ll1
Co%>? Sh?riff^e Sile/ .?
TboWs F. Carbart tftV-Rober* ?.'< Anderson
I. ?nd J anio a M. Jonas.-Bili to f oratio*? mort
?N "par Bilanoo * or tho ?ocre tal owler of tb o
Oirc??TCom-t, Bitting ir. Equity in tho ibOVe
at ed case, I will sell, on U io FIRST MONDAY
in October next, ia front of the Court House
ia Columbia, within thu legal-boars: AH that
LOT OF LAND, lying and being in the city of
Columbia, on Richardson street,' fronting on
said street 60 feet 4 inch--", more ot less, and
running back or Weatwardly from said street
,153 feet, more or loss, to a lot recently owned
by J. B. Olaes, now N. Bynom; bounded South
by John Agnew's lot, Weet by N. Hy man's lot,
late J. B. GlaBo, North by Henry Davis* lot
and East by Richardson street. On this lot
thoro ia a Urge throo-Btory brick building.
TERMS OF SALL-Cash sufficient to pay costs
and expenses of suit and sale, and aleo, the
sum of $7,205 Cl, and tho interest which shall
have accrued thereon subsequently to tho loth
day of August, 1869, and the balance on a cre?
dit until thp 15th day of March. 1871. Th?
purchaser to givo bond and mortgage of th<
8remisos, with interest thorcon from tho 15tt
ay of March, 1869, payable annually, and tc
insure the property in a sufficient amount ant
assign the policv, and to pay for stamps am
papers. " P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Sept 12 mth_
Johan Soule, Adm'r, ei al, vs Emma S Due <
IN puranance of tho decretal order of th
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I will sel!
on the FIRST MONDAY in October next, i
front of the Court Houeo in Columbia, withi
the legal hours, tho following property, viz:
Tho HOUSE \ar> LOT In the city of Colum
bia, bounded on the North by lands of Wi
Price; East by the Marion Street Methodic
Church; South by Lumber street, and Weetb
lands of Wm Laval, Trustee, measuring *i
feet G inches, moro or loss on Lamber stree
and running back northwardly 126 feet
inches, more or less,
The House and Lot in the city of Col um bi i
bounded on the North by Lumber street, Eai
by lands now or lately of Thomas H Wadi
South by landa of Whitfield Walker, Tru?te
and West by Bull street, containing one-ha
of an acre, moro or lesa,
The House and Lot in tho city of Colnmbi
hounded on the North by-; East by lane
now or late of Thomas H Wado; South on Rici
land street, and Weat by landa of Thom)
I Stenhouse, measuring 54 feet, moro or lees, (
Richland street, and running back Northwar
ly 240 feet and ll inchea, moro or lesn,
Terms caah. Purchaser to pay for stain]
and papera. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. O.
Martha G. Roberts, Administratrix, vs. Robe
O. Sams et ux., et al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of tho C
cuit Court, sitting in Equity in the abo
stated case, I will sell, on the first MOND/
in October noxt, in front of the Court Hom
in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL OF LAN
iu tho city of Columbia, butting and boondi
Ito the North on Christ (.-burch, to tho Soo
on Taylor street, to tho East on lot formci
of O. M. Robert?, now of Samuel Waddle, a
to the West on Marion street; measuring Ei
and Webt 156 feet, and North and Sooth !
feet, moro or lesa.
THUMS OF SALK -One-half caah; tho balai
on a credit of twelve months, secured by bo
and mortgago, with interest from date of ac
Purchaser to pay for stampa and papers.
Sept 12 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S.|R. C
Exporte Mary J. Strothor el al.-In Comn
IN pursuance of an order in tho above sta
case, I will sell, on the first MONDAY
October next, in front of the Court House
Columbia, within tho legal boors,
AU that LOT OF LAND, in tho city of I
lumbia, bounded on tho North by lands
Frederick W. Green, on the East by tbe
lumbia Canal, on the Sooth by Senate stn
and on the West by the Congaree River, c
taming two and one-half acres, more or h
This property will bo eold subject to the eli
of the life interest of P. Bofil, now held 1>:
A. Pearce, jr., and ia limited to $500.
Terms caah. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. C
John A. Crawford vs. Sophia Moldrow, et a
Bill to foreclose mortgage.-In Equity.
IN pursoanco of tho decretal order of
Circoit Coort, sitting in equity in the ab
?tated case, I will sell, on the FIRST MON!
in Octobor next, in front of the Court Hoi
in Colombia, within the legal boora:
All that lot of LAND, containing one-tl
of au aero, more or less, situate in tho cit
Colombia, and bounded South by Washing
street; East by lot formerly of M. E. Moldr
bought from airs. Johnson; North by He
Davis' lot and lot formerly of A. Herbermi
and Wost by a lot conveyed by John A. Cr
ford to Samuel L. Mnldrow, on 1st Febru
1861, now owned by W. HotsonWigg. 1
chaser to pay for stamps and papors. Te
cash._P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R.
Wm. M. Beckham, Administrator, vs. Ja
B. Williams, et al.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in
above stated case, I will eell, be
tho Coort House, in Colombia, on tho FI
MONDAY in Octobor ner.t, within the 1
All that TRACT or PLANTATION of LA
in Richland County, on Congaree River,
taining 811 acres, more or leas, boundoi
tho plantation known as Rig Lake, the h
of Thomas Davis and Congaree River.
All that tract of Land in Richland Cou
containing thirty-one acres, moro or lest
Griffin's Creek; bounded hy the lands of ec
of John Batea, Palmetto Academy and otl
All that tract of Land, in Lexington Cou
known aa tho "Sand Hill Tract," contai
840 acres, moro or lesa, betwoen tho li
waters of Savannah, Hunt, Tom's Creek
Firet Creek; bounded by landa of Henry S:
1er, George W. L?rick, F. E. Williams, H
P, Goiger, Joel T. Lownian and J. F. Enae
THUMS OF SALE.-Caah sufficient to
coats and expenso of suit, and one-third c
aiduc; balance on a credit of one, two
three yeara, accured by bond, with appr
personal security, and a mortgago of tuc
mises aold; puranaaers to pay for all necet
papers ?nd stamps. P. F. FRAZEE
Sept 12 mth_S. R.
Edward Kineler, Jr., and Honry O. Kir
Executors, vs. Amelia R. Kiusler et at
PURSUANT to tho decretal order ir
above stated case of date August 28. ll
will soil, bofore the Coort Houae in Corni
on tho ira day of OCTOBER NEXT, w
tho legal hours:
All tue right, title and interest of Jot
Kineler, deceased, in the following trac
LANDS, in Lexington County, of whfol
fathor, William Kinsler, deceased, am
mother, Salomi Kinsler, deceased, died
1 The Homo Place, 1,000 aerea,
2 Tho Friday Old Place, 800 acres,
S Tito Sotbel Fiold Tract, 100 acree,
4 The Mount Hebron Tract. 150 acres,
5 Tho McCary Kinslor Traot, 800 acres,
6 The 8mith Tract, 010'acrcs,
7 The Hunter Tract. C40 acres,
8 The William Klnaler Tract, 250 acrei
9 The Red Bank Traet, 2,300 sores,
10 The Mouth of Salnda Tract,*200 acre
11 The "Burnt Honao" Tract, 1,620 a?r<
12 Tho Oconcc River Tract, iu Georgi
Terma cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R.
V. I H JgIff-'* .in i un ? i
D. B. DoSanaBur".. ComftdBBloncr, ri. Williau
KinBier, Edward and Henry O. Ki usier, E?
ecutors, rt al: ?'.; " . - ?
PURSUANT to the decretal order to me di
r oct-ed, I will tell, on the fourth day of Oe
tohor next, before the Court House, in Comm
bia, within the legal,hours:
All that lot, piece, parcel or tract of LAND
situate in Richland County, containing fou
and 45-100 acree; bounded on tho North b.
James M Crawford; East by Wm Wallace
South by Upper street ; and West by G
Hope and Mrs li?avy:
Terms cash sufficient lo pay costs of sui
and salo and the mortgage debt; balance on i
credit of six months, secured by bond, withf
good personal security, and a mortgage o
premises Bold Pur?hasor topay for all paper
and stamps. ' P. F. F It A ZEE, S. ?. C.
Sept 12 -mth
Extensive ExeciUot*a Sale of Seal Estate andi
Personal Property, belonging to the Estate o/|
Henry Davis, deceased.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On tho FIRST MONDAY in NOVEMBER nextl
will bo sold; before tho Court House, in Co?
lumbia, at 10 o'clock, the following valuable
No. l-jLiot on Plain street, between Bull
and Picken?, being 78 feet front on Plain street
and running back 208, moro or less, on which
there is a two story tramo kitchon; bounded
East by residence of James G. Gibbes, Esq.
No. 2-Lot on the Konth-eaBt corner of the
square bounded by Senate, Sumter, Pendleton
and Marion streets, near and on the North
sido of the South Carolina University, treasur?
ing 145 feet front by 102, more or less.
No. 3-Lot containing 3$ acres, more or lose;
bounded by Tobacco. Indigo, Sumter and
No. 4-Ono square of ground, with th? sur?
rounding streets included, being in tb? rear !
of Mr. Edwin, J. Scott's r?sidence, and known
ad the Bofil property. The title to this pro?
perty will bo for the natural life rane pi Mr.
PautBofiL .ililli; :.. . . Tun
No. 5-Lot. on Richardson ot Main street,
between Lady and Washington, known as the
Fenton lot, measuring 44 feet front by 208
deep, more or lesa. ~ ? .
No. 6-Lot on West side of Main or Richard?
son B tree ta, between Lady and .Gervais, and
nearly opposite the pld site of Kherson's
Hotel, measuring 26 feet front by 208) inor? or
less, adjoining Greenfield's Building on the
No. 7-Lot joining tho abovm (No. 6,) 26
feet front by 208 deep, more or less.
No. 8-Lot joining tho above, (No. 7,) 26
feet front, running back 208, the rear half 88
foet wide, more or lose.
No. 9-South half of vacant Lot on Malu
street, 27 feet front by 208. more or lesa, being
bounded South by B. C. Anderson's brick
building and North by buildings owned by es?
tate of Henry Davis. Lou SW il
No. 10-North half of vacant Lot joining the
above, hoing 27 feet front by 200, moro or less.
In res.:- of this Lot and the buildings herein?
after described there ls1 du alley privilege, Con?
necting with what is known as Davis' alloy.
No. ll-Tract of Land, consisting of 800
acres, more or les?, tn Riohland County, situ?
ated on the waters of. Crane Creek; bounded
North by lands Of Solomon L?rick and Harmon
Coon; East by Solomon L?rick; South hy Har?
mon Coon: Wost by John Loriok.
No. 12-Tract ot 571 acres, more or leis,
known as the Sharp tract; bounded by landa
of W. M. Gibbes, Swygert, Hawkins, B. L??
rick, Ivoy, Mooro and Locklear.
The aboyo traots ot land each contain dwell?
ings and auitablo outbuildings.
No. 13-Tho two story Brick Building on
Main street bounded North by the alley known
as Davis' alloy, to be divided as follows:' Lot
on corner of alley, 28 foot front; running back
200. moro; or leas, with . that portion of tho
building being occupied by Messrs. Kinara.
No. ll-Being the Southern half of Lot' and
Building as above ' described, 28 feet front,
running back 200, moro or less, occupied by
Messrs. Hop son A Sutphon. ' .-'.r
Each of tho above buildings are separated
by a private entrance on the front!
No. 15-The Dwelling-houae and Lot, on
Plain street, known ad the family residence,
with every convenience and aU neceaaary out?
buildings, fine garden j aud superior water.
This building is one among tho beat erected
in tho city for workmanship and material.
Tho Household Furniture, and other per?
sonal effects belonging to the estate,
Tbis aare will be positive, being made for a
Terms of sale mado known hereafter.
Purchasers to pay for all necessary papers
and stamps. JOHN MEIGHAN,
JOHN D. CALDWELL,
Sept 5 mw_ _Executors.
Sale of Valuable
WILL be sold at publie auction, on the
FIRST MONDAY in December next, in
tho town of Manning,Clarendon County. 8. C.,
the following Lots of Land, all situated in the
said County, being the property of an assigned
This is the late residence of Dh Ingram,
aud is located in the most desirable portion
of the town of Manning. The Lot contains 2
acre?; the appurtenances are, ? well-finished
dwelling, containing 6 rooms; out-buildinga
complete, consisting of store-room, servants'
houses, kitohen, stable, &o. The place is or?
namented with beautiful live oaks, sot out
about ten years ago. Altogether, it is a hand?
some place, costing, ten years ago, about
This is an excellent and well settled traot of
GOO acres of land, situate about two miles
from Manning. Tho land produces well-cot
I ton, corn ana peas. Tho appurtenances con?
sist of dwelling-house, with all necessary out?
buildings, laborers' houses, gin-house, grana?
ry, stables, Ac.
This is a tract of 620 acres of land: it is a woll
sottled and highly productivo plantation, situ?
ate in "fork of Blaok River," six miles from
"ROSE BAY PLACE."
This is a tract of 640 acres of fine cotton
and corn land, situate within a mile of tho
Conyers' and adjoining the "Conyers* Traot."
It is without settlement.
This is a tract of SOO acres. An improved
and valuable traot of land, situate ia tho
? fork of Black River," produces corn, cotton
and rico well, and ls convenient to Manning
and Sumter, the latter place affording one of
the best markota in tho State.
This consists of a store-house, dwelling and
out-buildings, and 5 acres of land, in the vil?
lage of Summerton, near Wright's Bluff, on
LOTS IN MANNING.
House and 2 acre lot, in tho town cf Man?
ning. House contains 4 rooms, lot well Im?
A small house and kitchen, and 2 acres of
land, iu the villago of Manning.
A vacant lot.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third cash; the remainder on a oredit
of ono and two years: the oredit portion to be
secured by bond of tue purchaser, with inte?
rest at the rato of seven per cent, per annum,
and mortgage of tho premises sold.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
FROST A ADGER, for Assignees,
Charleston, S. C.
Sent ?1*0418 NI 8 15 22 20JD4
BUSHELS prime HEAVY OATS, for
salo low, by E. A G. D. HOPE.