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PAKIS, Oo??T3Ktt?r Hyacinthe
has goa? to the ?oitedcOif '?'Air
. ^ Repub^n^surrptions in ^P^g^.
advise th? people to arm <or resistance.
The minera in the department of Avig?
non were rioting, and had barned many
ohops. The military suppressed th?
riot-killing ten and wounding many.
MADHTOJ October 9, -Tba troops wero
triomphant in Catalonia. The Mayor of
Tortas? abandoned the mayoralty to
command s band of insurgents. (Order
has been restored in Valentia and Galicia.
A s tn to of aiogo will be declared wherever
outbreaks occur. A meeting between
Prim and Serrano on one sido, and the
Republican deputies, Costelter and
Figonra, on. tho other, to effect a com
pro^iee, reached iib result. !
"WASHINGTON, Ootober 9.-Public busi?
ness will be suspended on Monday, in
honor of ex-President Pierce.
Internal revenue receipts $500,000.
The Court of Olaims meets Monday.
Coin IA the Treasury $111,000,000;
Gen. Qaorgo H.: Thomas, now com?
manding among the Indians, hod a long
interview with Grant and Sherman to?
day. .Aaimm^ ]
. .D?maselo New?.
?k^a^?O^i Ootober e.-Avriyed
?teamora Goorgiri; New York: Falcon,
Baltimore} ship -Ellon Southard, Boston;
bark Atnie/ Kembali-, Boston; schooner
Ii..Pvphttro, New York. Sailed-stoam
SfitA? '%* >^ftriaahr ?philadelphia; bark
? NEW ORLEANS, October 9.--This even
infljV Nrt??; flays;: "We learn on un?
doubted authority, thai. tho steamship
Lillian. arrived nt Cedar Keys in time;
toole on board her freight and passen ger?
and sailed without being molested. The
parties io search of horcamotoo late."
Wrx/Krk?TOw, N. C.-, October 9.- It is
rnmored that several Spanish gun-boats
aro ontaido, waitiDg for the gun-boat Cu?
ba; bul the rumors are believed to be
without foundation. Coal was removed
from the Cuba to-day; she bad ten tons
enough to ran eight hours; whioh evi
deOTy-proves that she came hore in dis?
NKW YonK, October 9.-It is stated
that arrangements will be made for the
removal of the receivership of the gold
Exchange Bank, on Tuesday next.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., October 9.-The
safe of the Dutchess County Mutual in?
surance Company was robbed, last night,
BALTIMORE, Octobor 9.-Hon. Jeffer?
son Davis hos arrived here.
CHICAGO, Ootober 9.-Farragut is sick,
of congestive chills.
MOTHERS, DE ADVISED.-Always keep
a bottlei of Da. Turr's CELEBRATED EX?
PECTORANT in the house. It is a certain
and pleasant cure for Croup, Coughs,
Colds, Ac. It is agreeable to the taste,
and children take it readily. Go to your
Druggist and get it at once, it may save
the life of your little one. 09 6
"WHAT rr WILL DO.-Judge by what|
it has done. H?initsh's QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT. It bas cured a sore leg of twen?
ty-five years stnading. It has restored
to health persons long diseased. It has
cared cutaneous eruptions, tetter, &o.
It has oured the dyspeptic of his com?
plaint of long standing. It has restored
to life the child supposed to bo dying.
It has produced a radiant glow on the
female cheek. It hos invigorated the j
feeble and languishing. It hos imparted
vigor to the young. It has vitalized the
decaying fonctions of age. It lins puri?
fied the blood and invigorated life. It
has cared Liver Complaint and nervous
disorders. It has proven to be a great
blessing to females. It establishes regu?
larity of the organs. It is tho lamp of
life and way to health, and everybody
should try a botte of HEiNrrsn'a QUEEN'S '
rTYHE UNDERSIGNED has opened a beauti
X fol assortment of articles in bia line, to
which he invites the attention of purchasers.
His ?took of WATCHES ia from the beat
makera in the country, while, bia JEWELRY is
unexceptionable; and his FANCY ARTICLES
are so varied In character that he is confident
ho will be able to please the moat fastidious.
SPECTACLES to suit all ages. Ho invites spe?
cial attention to the collection of SILVER and
PLATED WARE, whioh is warranted to bo as
represented. All kinds of REPAIRING faith?
fully attended to. Give mc a call
L SULZ BACHER,
Oct 7_Nett door to Savings Bank.
AT J. STJLZBACHER'P.
CHEAP DRY GOODS, at
CHEAP BATS AND CAPS, at
CHEAP SHOES AND BOOTS, at
Oct G Main street, nevi Phoenix Office.
To the Public.
. HAYING lust returned from the North.
HMwlth a NEW STOCK OF BUPEltlOR
(ljlGOODB, for the custom trado, I am pro
? pared to fill orders at short notice and
in the very latest stylos. A better stock, in
my line, has neror been brought to thia city,
and haring soveral competent workmen, I
guarantee aatisfaction to all. Givo me a cali.
Sept 18_O. D. EBEBHARDT.
"I i~\f\ BAOS common to primo RIO
2o bags Java and Laguayra Cooee.
For sale low by E. A O. D. HOPE. ?1
nett- receipt? of Cort?n at> ?Jl tfc* r*n ts
reach 9.32Q bales: export? to Great Bri?
tain 16,295: exporUto continent 10,250;
?hort 9X. Gold 30. 62's 20; Tennes?
sean, ex-oonpon, 61; new 56>? ; Virginio.'*,
e*-coupqn, 50; new 53; LouisbmaV 70?
leveeV 64; North CaroHnVs, old, 49>tf;.
now, 42),,'; South Carolina's, n?w, 64.
Flour dull nnd 5c. lowen Corn dull,
abd lc. lower. Fork nominal-mess
30,87>0?31.00. Cotton lower-27.
Froigh ta dall.
I'7r TM M.-Cotton lower; sales 3,200
bales, at 27. Flour dull, heavy and 5@
10a lower-State superfine 5.25(^5.75.
Wheat heavy and fully 2c lower-West?
ern red and amber Western firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn dull and l@2o. lowor-mixed
Western email@example.com. Whiskey heavy, at
Kettle lard 18@18^. Freights dull and
drooping. Money easy-latest transac?
tions at 4@6. The bank statement is
favorble; specie increase $4,500,000.
Sterling firm, nt 9?.;. Gold. 30??. Go?
vernment's dull; 62's 20 ^ State bond3
BAI?TTMORF October 9.-Cotton 27.
Flour favors buyers. Wheat Bteady.
Corn firm-white firstname.lastname@example.org; Western
1.00. Fork quiet. Bacon firm.
OnrcijK?iA?ij October 9.-Whiskey in
fair demand, nt 1.15. Pork /quiet, nt
31.00. Lard'quiet, nt Vt$?.1 Bacon firm
shoulders lu.?4; sides 20- both-held H
CHARLESTON, October 9.-Cotton quiet
but firm; stock light; sales 35tf bales
middling 25Wt receipt? 1,080;' exports
AUOI'STA, October 9.-Cottdo^ market
active, but prices easier; sales 580 bales;
receipts 60o-middling closed at 24J.J.
SAVANNAH, October 9.-Cotton receipts
2,604 bales; exports 1,428; market qniet,
with a downward tendency-middling
Momxe, October 9.-Colton balee G50
bales; good demand up to mid-day, but
on receipt of unfavorable New York ac?
counts closed dull and nominal, at 2i)?
I for middlings; receipts 2,248.
NEW ORLEANS, October 9.-Cotton
steady, at 25??@25?4'; sales 1,300 bales;
receipts 2,084. Treble extra flour 6.15.
White corn email@example.com. Pork 34.50.
Molasses 60@62?,<. Whiskey 1.32?.j.
LONDON, October 9-Noon.-Consols
9314. Bonds 84??.
LIVERPOOL, October 9-Noon.-Cotton
quiet-uplands 12%; Orlons 12^'.
PAIUS, October 9.-The Bourse opens
quiet-rentes 71 and 30.
HA VUE. October 9.-Cotton opens
LONDON, October 9-Evening.-Con?
sols 93.^. Bonds 84
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 9-Evening.
Cotton dull-uplands 12 %; Orleans
12j??; sales 8,000 bales; speculation and
HT" ALL THADE
ARE now roailv for distribution Tho stock
of goods AT RETAIL in tho Front Store
is replete and full, and of every conceivable
style and price.
Our Shawl and Cloak Department
Presents sonio raro attractions in prices and
t Our Dress Goods Department,
As usual, exhibits all the handsome novelties.
Our Hosiery and Uunderwear Depart?
Supplios all tho articles of comfort and protec?
tion for winter use.
Our Notion and Haberdashery Depart?
Will, aa horetoforo, receive our beat attention,
and every novelty, us. foi or ornamontal, can
bo had from it.
Our Carpet Department
Thia season excels everything of the kind over
exhibited in Columbia before, comprising
everything known to the trade in the way of j
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Is a apeoialty, wherein wo claim to give all tho
advantagoa that oan be offered. The Ooo Ja
for the Dopartment are on hand-bought
right, and sold with as little expenso as they
can be handled anywhere.
We solicit a call from every one wanting
Qocda. We poaitively guarantee onr bills
certainly aa cheap-often cheaper-than can
be had elsewhere. B. C. SHIVER.
49- The Oreonvllle Enterprise, Abbeville
Presa, Yorkvillo Enquirer, Nowberry Herald,
Chester Iieporter, Keowoe Courier, Spartan
burg Spartan, Union ville T?ntes and Camdon
Journal will copy to the extent of one-fourth
of a column, change weekly, with tho PH?NIX,
for the qnartor commonclng October 1.18C9.
R. 0. SHIVER,
AGENT for GROVER A BAKER'S
_SEWING MACHIN E.
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for ROCK ISLAND
R. C. SHIVER,
AGE ST for GRANITEVILLE
__ BROWN COTTONS.
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for BATESVILLE BROWN GOODS
_ AND YARNS._
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for ROBERTS' NEEDLES and CUT
LERY, such as Fino Shearn, Scissors.
Pucket-Knives, Pocket Cutlery for ladies, and
tho Parabola Noodle'- the ladies favorite.
Also, for R. 0. Shiver'a celebrated PALMET?
TO NEEDLE, niatlo in Birmingham, England,
for our apeclal trade._
HAVING boen appointed Agent for tho sale
of the RAMIE PLANT in thia city, and
also engaged to some extent for six months in
ita cultivation, I am prepared to give informa?
tion as to ita adaptability and receive orders
for Planta; also authorized ,to establish sub
agenciea for the. aale Of tho Plant that is at,
present agitating our planting c<j?xwttnlty. - -?j
WE will exhibit on MONDAY a fftXJ oxton
.ive nnd varied ?tock, of 00? fancy, . " .. .
Dress Goods and Mourning Goods,
Which have be on ?elected from latest importa*
tiona, and bought at greatly reduced prices.
OUR FLANNEL STOCK
Comprises the best makes, and wall be feand
very cheap, j
Trimming's, Ribbons. Embroideries,
And LACES, of thc very lateet designs.
Cas8imere, Cloths and Under-wear,
JEANS, TWEEDS, and Domestic Gooda in
every variety and price.
New styles of Gooda will bo received WEEK?
LY. Wc dcairo to retain tho trade at home,
and will keep such Goods as suits tho wants o?
our customers. The price will be as low aa
they ?an be bought anywhere.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Main street, Columbia, S. C.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. McCREEBY.
Removed to New Store
In Columbia Hotel Block, One Door uYorth
of Main Entrance.
BOOT. SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
IS now receiving a very
1largo Fall Stocky and is now
Vpen " ?)r inspect ion. . The
stock will comprise every
article usually Kept in a first ?lass hotras, auo?
as Bate, from the lowest grade to tho finest
eilk beaver, Boola and Shoes in every style,
and at price? to ault all, Trunks, Valises, La?
dies' and Genta'' Leather, Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, School Satehela. Umbrellas, Are.
Thankful foi past favors, I will be happy to
receive a continuance of public patronage.
The attention of Wholesale Bayers ie soli?
cited. Call ai sign of the big Boot and Hat.
Oct S _A. SMYTHE.
3 0QQJiOSHELS WALKER WHEAT,
the most hardy, early ami proli?e variety
grown in Tennessee-Amber Color.
2C0 bushels Kilpatrick Anti-rust WHEAT
200 bushels Boughton WHITE WHEAT.
500 bushels BARLEY and RYE.
2,500 buahels White and Mixed CORN.
500 bushels Black Seed OATS.
On consignment and for salo by
I J. O. MATHEWSON,
Commission Merchant, Anguata, Ga.
New Press Goods
C. F. JACKSON'S.
HANDSOME lino of black and colored
SILKS, Satin striped POPLINS,
Figured, Chene and Mottled MOHAIRS,
Gray Mixed MAI.ANGE,
Silk faced POPLINS, French PLAID. Ail-wool
EPINGLINE, plait, black CRETONNE, black
and c lured ALPACAS, blackrepellant CLOTH,
RIBBONS, Trimmings and Buttons, fashiona?
ble stvles; magniticcut Sash Ribbons.
Sept 29_C. F. JACKSON.
I respectfully inform my
friends and public in general
thn.t I have just received a fine
V ~% ^assortment of DOUBLE AND
SINGLE-BARRELLED GUNS, RIFLES, PIS?
TOLS and SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS.
Repairing done at abort notice by superior
workmen. P. W. KRAFT,
Sept 17_ Main stroct.
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
WE have thia day formed a copartnerabip
to conduot a General Auctioneer and
Commission business, in the town of Colum?
bia, and surrounding Counties, and will attend
to the sale of every description of property
placed in our hand?. We aro in communica?
tion with a reliable real estate agent in the
city of Baltimore, who baa large transactions
in bur State, and aro satisfied of our ability to
act with prompt noaa, and give fall satisfaction
to any who will intrust their property to our
LOCAL SALES in the city will meet with
inatant attention, and liberal advances made
on articles placed in our hands for sale. We
hope to merit tho patronage of the community
Office, for tho prenant, at the Store of Mr. A.
Smythe, Columbia Hotel building.
A. M. LEE,
Sept 10 tl5_THOS. S. LEE.
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 and B?rrela,
AND OTHER GROCERIES DIRECT
FROM FIRST HANDS,
To which wo ask the attention of buyers, ns
we are prepared to offer
D. C. PE1X0TT0 & SON,
AUCTION At COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND LADY 8TS.
Sept 17 t-bnoB
-O . SS. , :.Xii
will aeh\ to tho highoat bidder?, before tho
Coort House, at Winnaboto, S. C., on the
FIRST MONDAY in November noxt, ?nd tho
dara following, daring tho legal hours : j ; '
All the REAL ESTATE belonging to tbo es?
tate of Ooh Nicholas A. Pea?, deceased, con?
sisting of about 15,000 acree of LAND, situate
in tho County of Fair ho ld, upon the Wa toree
River and ita tributaries. Thia land baa been
divided into separate convenient tracta, con?
taining from ?,000 to -150 acre?, of which plata
will be exbibttd at tho Kele; and the salt will
bo made by tract.
A GOLD MINE, with about 650 acres of land
circumjacent, known aa tho "Nott Mine," si tu
ato in Union County; of which Mino tho said
estate owns a part interest, ajd the other
owners join io the aale, BO that tho purchaser
will buy the whole.interest.
TKmis.-About $5,000cash, to bo apportioned
pro rata between all tho purchasers; for tho
balance a credit of one, two, three, four and
five years, this balance being payablo in equal
annual mat ahnen ts. with interest on tho Whole
from day of Hale, payablo annually; for thia
balance, purchasers to give bond, each, with
two good sureties und further secured by a
mortgage of tho ti act purchased. Any pur?
chaser paying one-1hird of his whole bia in
cash, will not bo required to have sureties to
hia bond. Any purchaser paying tho whole of
bia bid in cash, will be allowed a discount of
ten per cent, upon the.amount of his bid.
Purchaeera will be required to pay pst all.
necessarv papers and revenue ut amps.
8. B. CLO Wff fe Y,'
Clerk C. C. P., Equity ?ide.
Winneboro. 8. C., Ootober 8,18611. O10s2
Wm. Bbiell and John A. Shiell, os, Elizabeth
Shieli, ot al.
PU HSU ANT to the decretal order in tho
almve?,Btated cane, I will sell, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in November next, the fol?
lowing real estate;.. "
Allthat LOT of LAND, in the c?tv of Colum-'
bia; bounded North by lands of Joseph Taylor;
East by Sumter street; South by Lady street;
and Weat by William and John Shitll's lot:
front i eg ou Suniterfstreet 104 feel 4 inches, and
on Lady afreet"114 feet.
All that Lot of Land and Building thereon;
bounded North by lands lato of R. N. Lewis;
East and South by Wm. and John A. Shiell;
and Weat by Richardson; fronting on Richard
aon etreot 52 feet, and running back 130 feet.
The Building thereon being now under lease
to approved tenant to lat July noxt.
TERMS.-Caah enough to pay costs and ex?
penses and one-third residue; balance on a
credit of one and two years, secured by bond
and mortgage of premises aold. Purchaser to
pay for stamps and all necessary papera.
Property will bc sub-divided to suit pur?
chasers. P. F. FRAZER, B. R. C.
Oct 10 mth
Sher itt" s Sale.
Under order of Judge of Probate. W. W. Rife
vs. T. C. Rife, et nt.- Tn partition.
IN pursuance of an order made by Wm. Hut
son Wigg, Judgo of Probate for Richland
County, I will aoll, on the first MONDAY in
November next, in front of the Court Honee,
in Columbia, within tho legal honro:
AU that LOT OF LAND, aituatod in the city
of Columbia, containing one-half acre, more
or less, known in thu plan of said city tia Lot
No, 100; bounded on the North by Gervais
street; West by Williams Btreet; South and
East by land now owned by Charles Hamburg.
The above described property will be sold
at the risk of tho former purchasers, John S.
Green and Samuel Green.
Tentes OF SALE.-One-third cash; balance in
ono and two years; secured by bond and mort?
gage of the premises. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papers. P. F. FRAZEE,
Oct 10 mth_S. R. C. j
Sheriff 's Sale. I
W. HutBon Wigg, Successor, cs. Sarah Cosby,
IN pursuance of the decretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in the
above stated case, I will sell, on tho FI HST
MONDAY in November next, in front of the
Court House, in Columbia, within the legal
All that TRACT of LAND, situate about
nine milos from tho city of Columbia, Eaat of I
tho Charlotte ;.ud South Carolina Railroad,
containing 1.13} acre?.; and bounded on the j
North hy lauds of William Moore and estate of
James Cosby; East by lands of Jackson Smith
and Willy Le Grande; South by Samuel
Cooper; and West by Samuel Cooglor and
Charlotto and South Carolina Railroad.
TE ii 2i s OF SALE.-Cash sufficient io pay thc
costs of suit and expenses of sale; balance on
a credit of six months, secured by bond and
mortgage of premises. Purchasers to pay for
stamps and papers. P. F. FRAZEE,
Oct 10 mth_S. R. C.
8. Yonngener and D. Nunnamaker, ad mrs., rs.
Mrs. Jemima Smith, et al.
IN pursuanco of the decretal order of tho
Circuit Court, sitting in equity in tho above
atated case, I will soil, on tho first MONDAY in
November next, in front of tho Court House,
in Columbia, within the legal hours:
All that LOT OF LAND, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing one-fourth of an aero,
moro or less; bounded North by Taylor street;
Weet by the A. M. B. Church; Eaat by -
Bowers' lot, and South b? lot now or formerly
of Dr. B. W. Gibbes.
A Lot of Land, situate at tho South-west
corner of the intersection of Blanding and
Gadsden streets; bounded North by Blanding
etreet; East by Gadaden street; South by
Pearson's lot, a,nd Weat hy Kirkwood's lot.
The lot first deacribed will bo sold on the
following terms: One-third cash, and tho re?
mainder on a credit of ono and two years.
Purchaser to give bond, with personal security,
and a mortgage of tho premises, and to pay
for stamps and papers.
Tho last described lot to bo sold for cash.
Purchaser tu pay for stamps and papera.
Oct 10 mth_P. F. FRAZEE. 8. R. C.
D. B. DoSaussuro, for tho use of D. B. Miller,
vs. Richard Allen, et al.
i TN pursuance of tho decretal order of tho
1 Circuit Court, eilting in Equity in the above
stated case, I will soil, on tho F?R8T MONDAY
in November next, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, in tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded on tho North by lot owned by L.
H. Trevett; Eact by lot next described; South
by Gervais st i cet; and Westby Lincoln streot:
measuring about 61 feet on Gervais street, and
123 feet, more or less, on Lincoln street.
All that Lot of Land, in tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded on tho North by lot owned by L.
H. Trevett, running thereon'30 feet; East by
lot owned by Michael Allen, and running
thoreon 122 feet, more or less; South by Ger?
vais street, fronting thereon 30 feet; and Weet
by lot ahovo described, and running thereon
122 feet, more or lees.
All that Lot of Land, in tho city of Colum?
bia, bounded on tho North bv lot ?wned by L.
H. Trevett; East by lot of "John Fergason,
Trustee; South by Gorvaiastreet; and \\ est by
lot next above described.
TEMM or BALE -iCaab anfHcient to pay tho
expenaea of suit and costs of Bale; balanco on
a credit of one and two yeara, aeenred by bond
and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to
/pay for stamps and papera.
Oct 10 mlh P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
lt. Brown, Administrator.-In Equity.
aboiro stmte? cft*V?, I ?iO WB; ou'tho FERST
MONDAY in Mar?ate! Dex?, te; front o? tho
Court House, in Columbi?, within the legal
AU*'thftt Ti?ACT of LAND, In Biohland
> County, containing 200 aeres, more or less:
bounded North by E?hfcebeth Br?ns'latad; Bast
by ailbert Garner and Joesph Bate?: South
and Weat by Gungaroo River and Jos. Bates.
A Tract Of Land, situ at o ia St. Matthews
Pariah, containing two hundred and fifty --
aerea, more dr lesa; and bounded on ?ll sidos
by Oongaree Bi vcr, being an island. ' r
60 acree ot Land, in Bichland County;
bounded North and East by lands of estate of
William Clarkson; South by estate of James
Scay; and Weet by
Ti: ? MS or SALK.-Cash aafflciont to pay
coats and expenses of snit and aale; and the
balauco on a credit of one, two ?nd three
years. Secured by bond and mortgage of the
premises. Purchaaers to pay for stamps and
papers. P. P. FRAZEE, 8. H. C.
D. C. Higgins, et ux., el al., vs. John C. Boyle
IN pursuance of the decretal order of thc
Circuit Court, Bitting in equity in the abo v<
stated case, I will sell, on tho first MONDAY
in November next, in front of tho Court House
in Columbia, within tho legal boura:
All that TBACT OF LAND, in Bichlam
County, containing 588i aeres, moro or less
bounded North by Abbott's land, East b;
Jones' land; South by Morroll'u land, am
West hy tho estate of Higgins.
TEnMS or BALE-Cash sufficient to pay th
costs of salo and one-third of tho costa of thi
proceeding; balance ou a credit of ono au
two years, with interest payable annually; ac
cured by bond, with approved sureties, and
mortgage ot tho promises. Purchaser to pa
for Ht amps and papers. P. P. FBAZEE,
Oct 10 mth_,. . 8..B. C..
! Wade A. L?rick, et ux., vs. J ?ihn D. A. Kibloi
et ux., et al.-In Equity.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of th
Circuit Court, sit ting in equity in tho a hov
stated case, I will sell, on tho first MONDA
iu November next, within tho legal hours:
All that HOUSE and LOT, in the city of C<
lumbia; bounded on the North by Lomb?
street: East by Jame? B. Ulm's lot; Sooth I
John Caldwell s lot, ?nd on tho Weat hy Lil
coln street; and containing one acre, moro <
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash; the bi
lance in on? and two years. Purchaser to gb
bond and mortgage, with porsonal seem it.
and to pay for stamps and papers.
Oct 10 mth_P. F. FBAZEE. R. R. O^
B\* virtue of sundry writs of ficri facias
me directed, I will sell, on tho first MO!
DAY in November next, in front of the Cen
House, in Columbia, within the legal honra,
AU the right, title and interest of James
Richardson, deceased, in two acres of LAN
moro or less, in the city of Colombia, boond
on the North by Pendleton street, East
Sum I er street, Hou th by Medium street, ai
West by lota of Mrs. M. A. Yates and Sou
Carolina College; levied on aa the property
John P. Richardson, deceased, James B. Bic
ardann, doctaaed, and Thomas C. Richardec
i at the su<t of Richard O. Richardson, Assign*
ts. Johu P. Richardson ?nd Charles Richai
I son, Executors of John P. Richardson, c
ceased; also, at the suit of Richard C. Ru
ardeon, Assignee, ts. Thomas C. Richarde<
Executor of James B. Bichardeon, doceasi
also, at tho auit of Bichard C. Richardson
Thomas C. Richardson. Terms cash.
Oct IQ mth_P. F. FBAZEE, 8. R. C
Martha G. Roberts, Administratrix, rs. Rob
O. Sams et ux., et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order of I
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in I
above nt at ed case, I wiU seil, on tho first MC
DAY iu November next, in front of tho Co
House, in Colombia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL OF LA?
in the city of Columbia, hotting and boond
to the North on Christ Church, to tho So;
on Taylor street, to tho East on lot forme
of O. M. Roberts, now of Samuel Waddle, r
to tho West on Marion street; measuring E
and West 156 feet, and North and Sonth
feet, more or loss.
TEEMS OF SALE-Ono-half cash; tho halal
on a credit of twelve mouths, secured by bc
and mortgage, with interest from date of si
Purchaser to pav for stamps and papers.
Oct 10 mth_P. F. FBAZEE, 8. R. C
James R. Pringle vs. Thomas B: Clarksor
al.-Hill to foreclose mortgage-In EqUit\
IN pursuance of the decretaforder of tho (
cuit Court, sitting in Eon i ty in the ab
! stated case, I will soil, on the first MOND
in November next, in front of tho Court Hoi
in Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that PLANTATION or TBACT OF LA
known as "Hickory Hill," in Richland Coui
containing 712 acres, moro or less, and hou
od as follows: On tho North by lands of
estate of M. B. Singleton, formerly of Bol
Weston and Bichard Singleton; East bv la
of tho estate of M. B. Singleton and J
Neal; South by landa of Gilbert Garner
tho estate of Lewellen Woodward, former]
Goorgo Rawlinson, and West by land of Al
lom Joyner, formerly of John Williams,
also by Griffin Creek, aeparating it from A
lom Joyner's, formerly estate of Jacob
TEUSIS OF SALE.-One-third of the pnrcl
money to bo paid in caah, and the bah
thereof on a credit of ono year. Purch
to give bond and mortgage of tho prcmi
and to pay for stamps and papers.
Oct 10 mth F. F. FBAZEE, S. R.
D. C. PE1X0TTO & SON, Auctioue
BY virtue of an order to me directed by I
Robert A. Hill, Judge of tho United St
District Court for tho Southern District of
sissippi.I will sell, before the Auction Bc
of D. C. Peixotto A Son, in the city of Col
bia, on WEDNESDAY, 20th October nei
10 o'clock A. M., the following personal
nerty belonging to tho Bankrupt Est?t
Wade Hampton, to wit:
Library near Columbia,
Two Carriages and one set Harnead,
Ono Buggy and Harneas.
About 115 SHAPES of STOCK of Com
cial Bank of Columbia, 8. C.
S. W. FERGUSON, A3i?gn
Sept IG 2R O 10 20_
Extensive Executor's Sale of Heal Estait
Personal Property, belonging to the Estt
Henry Davis, deceased.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On tho FIRST MONDAY in NOVEMBER
will be sold, before tho Court House, i
lumbia, at 10 o'clock, tho following val
No. 1-Lot on Plain street, botwoon
and Picken.-), being 78 feet front on Plain i
and running back 208, moro or loaa, on i
there is a two atory frame kitchen; bot
East by residence of James G. Gibbes, E
No. 2- Lot on tho South-east corner c
square bounded by Senate, Sumter, Pene
and Marion streets, near and on the 1
aide of tho South Carolina University, mc
lng 143 feet front by 102, moro or less.
No. 3-Lot containing 3} acree, moro oi
bounded by Tobacco, Indigo, Sumter
No. 4-One square of ground, with th
j ti wau Uiuluaua, belag ' 1? ifr-nr*
ll ?fe"^1 J?p?ry*^ ^^^ti^o^ls"^
perty willbe for the natural lifo time of Hr.
Kui Boni. ..?'*- '
No. 5-Lot ott, Richardson OX Main street,
' betwoen Lady and Washington* larawa a? the
Fenton lot,, measuring 41 feet front by208
deep, more or lew.
Mo. 0-Lot on Weat aide of Maia or Richard?
son streeto, between Lady nod G err ai?, and
nearly opposite the old site of Niokereon'a
Hotel, measuring 2(1 feet front by 206, more or
lesa, adjoining Greenfield's Building on the
Mo. 7-Lot joining the above, (Mo. 6,) 86
foet front by 208 deep, more of lesa.
Mo. 8-Lot joining the above, (Mo. 7, ) 26
feet frout, running back 208, the rear half 881
feet wide, more or leas.
No. 9-8oUth half of vacant Lot on Main
street, 27 feet front by 208, more or lea?, being I
bounded Sooth by B. O. Anderson's brick |
building and North by buildings owned by es?
tate of Uenry Pavia.
No. 10-North half of vacant Lot joining the
above, being '47 feet front by 200, moro or leis.1
In rear of this Lot and the buildings herein?
after described there ia an alloy privilege con?
necting with what ia known a? Da vi?' alley.
Mo. ll-Tract of Land, consisting of 600
acres, moro or lea?, in Richland County, situ?
ated on the waters of Crane Greek; bounded
North by lands of Holomon L?rick and Harmon
Coon; East by Solomon L?rick; South by Har?
mon Coon: Weat by John L?rick.
No. 12-Tract of 671 aerea, mora or leas,
known aa the Sharp tract; bounded by landa
of W. M. Gibbes, Swygert, Hawkins, B. L??
rick, Ivcy, Moore and Leokteer.
The above traots of Und eivoh contain dwell?
ings and suitable outbuildings, 1? li ,
No. 13-Tho two ?tory Brick 'Building on i
Main street bounded North by tho alley known j
aa Davin' alley, to bo divided as follows: Lot
on corner of altey, 28 feet front; running back
200., moro or- lesa, with that portion of tho
building being occupied by Mesera. Kinard.
No. 14-Being th? Southern ha if of Lot apd
Building dB above, d' scribed, 28 feet front,
running bock 200, more or less, occupied by
Me? a ra. Hopaon A Sut purni. | . .,, ,
Each of tho aboy? buildings are separat od
by a private entrance On the front. , ?
No. 15-Tho Dwellmg-houao and Lot, 'ota
I Plain street, known aa the family residence, I
with every cony onion co and all necessary out- j
build?rig?. flue garden, ?nd superior water, j
Thft buiHing i's one amoog tbo boat erected.]
in tho city for workmanship and material.
i . . ' \WO, ' I
The Household Furniture, and other per?
sonal effects belonging io the estate.
This amie will be positive, being made for 'a j
TENUS OF HALE.-For the real ??tate one
third cash, tho balance on a credit pf ono and
two y oar?, secured by bond and mortgage,,
with interest from day ot aale, payable semi- ,
annually ; the buildings to oe insured and po?
licy assigned. For personal property cash.
Purchasers to pay for all necessary papers
and stamps. JOHN MEIGHAN,
JOHN D. CALDWELL,
Sept 5 mw_Executors.
Gnus, Pistols, Bowing Machines, Etc.
THE subscriber has on hand a largo assort?
ment of Singer's, Wilson'.', Grover A Ba?
ker's, etc., SEWING MACHINES; also, a fine
assortment of English and German GUMS,
PISTOLS, CUTLERY, CARTRIDGES, DOOR
BELLS, etc., which will bo sold lower than at
any other place in thecity.
Sewing Machine?, Gun?, Pistols, Locks, etc,
repaired at tho shortest notice, and all work
warrantod. F. A. SCHNEIDER,
Sept 25_Main street.
& % C. SWAFF1ELD.
"^~~yTE are receiving a very large stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, i&c, dc, '.
Which wo havo selected with great caro, and
offer to our customers at
A NEW FEATTTBE.
WE have secured tho services of a FIBBT
FRENCH CUSTOM CLOTHING CUTTER
AND SUITABLE TAILORS,
And will make CLOTHING TO OBDEB in
style and fit socond to no other house in th?
I We have a magnificent line of
Kt i ':.,ni AND ENGLISH CAtfSIMKRKS
j To select from, and will tako pleasure in show?
GBEAT INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLESALE
fi f \ BBLS. St. Louie FAMILY FLOUB, pro
? J V " n on need by all who bayo used it equal to
any ever sold in this city. Try it, 100 Barrels
and Bags, assorted qualities, at prices whioh !
cannot fail to please.
Five Casks extra sugar-cured HAMS; 6 do.
BACON STRIPS; Fulton Market BEEF; Pic
kind Salmon and Smoked Herrings, all select?
ed for first class family trade, fresh to hand
and for sale by _GEORGE 8YMMEB8.
Bremen Lager Beor.
J?8T RECEIVED, 5 Casks-60 Doz. Pintan
of this celebrated REER, which has been
ont of market for some time, as tho quantity
is limited. An early mill only,' can secure Bj
supply. GEORGE BYMMER3.