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?.-.-. Foreign Ne Wa.
PABIF Ootober 20.-Twc international
committees meot nt Cairo, to regulato
conditions ot the Soez Canal transporta?
The book bindera in this city are on a
MADRID, October 20.-At Valencia,
'after'the capitulation, tb o troops were
fired opon; the troops returned the fire,
when hostilities were ref urned, and fight?
ing continued at the latest advices.
Three thousand more troops have been
ordered to Cuba. The Republican lead
or, Salorvin, was killed yesterday.
? LONDON, Oatober 20.-Lord Derby is
sinking slowly. He is unconscious.
HAVANA, October 20.-The papers to?
day publish those intercepted documents
which, if .true, provo that Republican
riaing in Spain is the work of the Cuban
WASHINGTON, October 20.-Johnsou's
friends were not so confident. It is
stated that Gov. Isbam G. Harris bitter?
ly opposes Joli n so H.
Internal reveuoe receipts to-day $278,
John tV. Jenkins, a Wells Republican,
has been'appointed District Attorney for
Toe'.Ipriian Commissioner has confir?
mation of tho prevalence of small pox
among the Upper . Missouri Indians.
Reports are favorable regarding those of
. David Carr has boon appointed collec?
tor of customs at "Polerabnrg, Va.
There was a special Cabinet meeting
iod$$| 99preme Court proceedings were
? i Hereafter, liquor dealers will be com
.3?$r1^ *?'.'Pav $1 vott'every'#100 over
$2^00, whether the sales are wholesale
'?? Troops have :beeni ordered to Florida
Gen. MoDonuld bas received instruc?
tions and ia assigned to doty as Supervi?
ses! Of Internal Rovenuo in Arkansas and
! Hornearle Wo\?a.
PMr&ADKtJPHTA, October 20.-Full of?
ficial counts gives Geary 4,596 majority,
and Williams, for Supreme Jndge, 8,703.
JXlOBHDKp, VA-, October 20.-Tho Le?
gislature has adjourned, to meeton the
second Tuesday after Congress shall ad?
mit the State into the Union.
For some time past the authorities at
Washington have been apprised of the
existence of.a gang engaged in the ma?
nufacturo and sale of counterfeit internal
revenue tobacco stamps. A detective
was sent here to catch the parties en?
gaged, and to-day the following persons
wero arrested, charged with having in
their possession and selling the counter?
feit stamps: Frederick Bannasch, ex
deputy collector internal revenue; Capt.
Thomas W. Roach, ex-detective of rovo
nue department; and Lieutenant John
H. Stone, late United States whiskey in?
spector, and at present special detective
of tho Post Office Department. Coun?
terfeit stamps, to the amount of $3,000.
were seized in tho hands of F. Buuuasch
and E. L. Banuosch. They were sixty
?ound tobacco stamps, class thirty-two.
he United States Commissioner bailed
Baunasob and Roach in $10,000 each,
and Stone, against whom tho evidence is
not so strong, in $5,000, to appear on
the 22d instant. It is stated that the
bogus stumps are sent from the manu?
factory in New York and pretty tho?
roughly circulated in the South.
WILMINGTON, October 20.-The case
of tho officers of the Cuba comes np be?
fore the United States Commissioner to?
morrow. The case of the vessel will be
tried at the next term of the United
States District Court, which meets in
CHICAGO, October 20.-Tho reported
massucro of twelve of tho surveying
party, under Capt. Buck, on Republican
River, is confirmed. The indians cap?
tured a mail coach neur Apaohee Puss,
killing the driver. Col. Slum und four
soldiers of the 21st Infantry, noting as
an escort. Pursuing soldiers killed
CINCINNATI, Ootobor 20.-The college
building, continuing Lowe's College,
Young Men s Mercantile Library, Cham?
ber of Commerce and several stores und
offices, is burning.
NASHVILLE, October 20.-Two bal?
lots were had in the House to-day. On
the first, Andy Johnson received 32; Eth?
eridge 21; A. J. Fletcher ll; E. H.
Ewiog4; N. D. Brown 7; T. A. R. Nel?
son 2; Bailie Peyton 2; M. Brown 4-ne?
cessary to a choice 55. The result of the
ballot was enthusiastically applauded by
Johnson's friends. The second ballot
stood : Johnson 32 ; Etheridge 21 ; Fletcher
12; Peyton 2; Ewing 1; Brown 5; Nelson
5; M. Brown 4. In the Senate, the vote
stood: Johnson ll; Etheridge 8; Peytou
4; Ewing 1; Henry Cooper 1.
The Legislature, in joint session to?
day, had two ballots. Firat ballot-John?
son 40; Etheridge 30; scattering 38.
Second-Johnson 41; Etheridge 29; scat?
tering 38. There being no choice, the
Legislature adjonrned until to-morrow.
Tho scattering votes were mostly com?
plimentary, and will doubtless soon be
consolidated. Two members were ab
AUGUSTA, October 20.-A difficulty oc?
curred in this city this morning, between
John P. Foster and William lt. McDo?
nald, in which tho former shot and in?
stantly killed the latter.
CHARLESTON, October 20.-Arrived
steamer J. W. Everman, Philadelphia;
schooners G. Lawrence, Veraie, Currie
Holmes, New York.
Hon. A. H. Stephens says of Solomons'
Bitters: "I have usod them with decided
benefit; in giving tone to tho digestive or?
gans and gi-noral strongth to the system.'
^COLUMBIA, Ootober AO.-Sates bf cot?
ton today 42 bales-middlings 24\i.
Nsw YORK, Ootober 20-Noon.
Stocks steady and ? shade off from the
closing prices yesterday. Money 6@7.
Sterling-lobg 9(?pH ; short OoW
31. 02*8, 20; Tennessee's, OX; new,
54 j?; Virginia's, ex-co upo us, 50>,2 ; now,
Louisiana's, old, 66; lew, 67; Le?
vee's, 53 % ; 8's, 84; Alabama 8*0, 90; 5'o,
61; Georgia 6's, 84>?; 7's, 90; North Ca?
rolina's,, old, 47; new, 39; South Caroli?
na's, new, 67. Corn drooping. Pork !
dull, at firstname.lastname@example.org>?. Cottou very
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy and ???a. loWer,
with eales of 3,200 bales, at 26>?. Flour
unchanged. Wheat 3@5o. lower-win?
ter red Western email@example.com. Corn hoavy
and l@2o. lower-mixed Western 1.04
(Tai.06. Pork heavy, at 30.75. Lard
and whiskoy unchanged. llico dull.
Sugar fairly active. Coffee, molasses
and naval stores quiet. Freights tinner.
Money quiet, at 5(a)7. Gold dull and
BAXTTIMOBE, October 20 -Cotton firm,
at 25*4'. Flour quiet-Howard street
super 5.87>?. Wheat dull, at L<firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn-while 1.15(^1.20; yellow 1.08J.?.
Outs 58. Pork quiet, at 3&00. Shoul?
ders 17J?($17<?. Lard quiet, at 18^@
19. Whiskey ?.email@example.com.
LOUISVILLE, October 20.- Corn 85.
Pork steady, at 31.75. Baoon heavy, at
17J?; aides 2 )>?. Lard 18. Whiskey 1.15.
CINCINNATI, October 20.-Corn dull, at |
85. Pork 31.00. Lard dull, at 17^@
17>?. Bacon dull-shouldera l8>? ; sideB
NEW ORLEANS, October 20.-- Cotton
firm, at 25; sales 4,500 bales; receipts
6,166. Pork lower, at 80. O?. ( Molasses
65@90. Whiskey firstname.lastname@example.org. Others
unchanged. G?hl 29>?.
Monir.E, October 20.-Cotton in fsir
demand but closed quiet, with sales of
1,200 bales-middlings 24>?; receipts
SAVANNAH, Ootober 20.--Receipts j
2,198; sale* nf cotton to-day 460 bales
AUGUSTA, Ootober 20.-^-Cotton market
dull and .easier, bat not qnotably lower
sales 280 bales-middlings nominally
24%; receipts 957.
CHARLESTON, Ootober 20.-Cotton
firm and in good demand, with sales of
700 bales-middlings 25 W; receipts
LONDON, October 20-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 93>?. Bonds 81%.
PARIS, Ootober 20.-The bourse opens
dull-rentes 70 and 95.
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 20-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton openod quiet-uplands 12ln@12>^;
HAVRE, Ootober 20.-Cotton opened
quiet aud firm-spot 148; afloat 138.
5Bli LS. Genuino Oom WHISKEY, jost in
and for aalo by
T. J. A H. M. OIBSON,
_Oc^2l 2_ Old Exchange Bank Corner.
5FIRKINS strictly choice Goshen BUTTER,
received by laut steamer from New York.
For Bale at CANTWELI.'S,
Oct 21 1 Main street.
Notice to the Cotton Planters in the
Vicinity of Colnmbia.
IN consequence of existing ordinancoa of tho
City Council in reference to steam engines,
we are prohibited from pinning cotton in the
city of Colnmbia. Thanking those who have
already patronized our establishment, wo are,
very respectfully, TOZER A WELLS.
To Wood Contractors.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, October 20, 1869.
PROPOSAL'! to furnish tho City Water
Works with 300 cords best long-loaf Pine
WOOD, will bo received on or before TUES?
DAY, tho 2d of November, at this office. Tho
Wood to bo delivored aud corded in tho yard
of tho Water Works.
Bv order of the Citv Council.
Oct 21 ll J. S. MCMAHON. City Clerk.
CITY CLEBK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, October 20, 1869.
PROPOSALS giving a list of pricea to fur?
nish tho City Alms Uonao and Hospital
with Groceries and Provisions for three
m nths, will be received at this office on or
before TUESDAY, the 2d of November, and
submitted to Council on that day.
Oct 21 ll J. S. McMAHON, City Clerk.
BRYAN & MoCARTER
HAVE just received a now and complete as?
sort nient of
Engliah and Claesical SCHOOL BOOKS;
Juvenil? and Miscellaneous Books, Blank
Books for merchants and public officers; Cap.
Note and Letter Paporu; Pocket-knives. Gold
Pens, Writing Doaks, Pocket Books, Photo?
Pocket and Family BIRLES, all prices, com?
mon Prayer Rooks and Hymn Books, for all
dem,m m at ions, of every style of binding. For j
Bale at low prices-wholosalo and retail.
In the District Oourt of the United
States for South Carolina.
OCTOBER TERM, 1869.
In tho mattor of James O. Gibbes, of Colum?
bia, bankrupt -1'elUion for Full and Final
Discharge in Dankruptcy.
Olt O FRED, That a hearing bo had on tho
25th day of November, A. D 1869, at
Federal Court House, in Columbia, S. C ; and
ihat all creditors, Ac, of said Uankrnpt appear
at said time and place, and show cause, if any
they can, why thu prayer of tho petitioner
should not bo gn ?ted. And that the ascend
and third meeting of creditors of said Bank?
rupt will ho hold at thu office of C. O. Jaeger,
' s i j , Register of Third Congroasioual Dis?
trict, S C., on 23d day of November, A. D.
1869, at 12 M.
Ry order of tho Court, the 18th day of Octo
bor. A D. 1869. DANIEL HOBLBROK,
Clerk of tho District Court of U. S. for S. C
The Colombia Tannery,
J. P. THOMAS ?Si CU., Proprletora.
HIDES and SKINS bought or takon in ex?
change for Finished Loather. Orders
for Leather promptly Ailed. Apply at foot of j
Lamber street, on the Green ville and Colum?
SW For tho purpoao of engaging in tht
abovo business, tho undersigned havo, thia
day, August 28, 1869, associated themaelvoaaa
copartners. J. P. THOMAS,
J. O. MOORE.
Oot20 J. W. PABKEB.
HOME OFFICE, NORTH-EAST VORHER MAIN ANT? If TN TB STREETS.
AlMta over - St.OOO.OOO , Net Ba rpi? over - - .500,000
? PoSiclc? limed la? Iwt Year?, over ..... 8,000
SHO WINO a success beyond precedent. Issues on Mutual, Non-Forfeiting and Return Pre?
mium plana. First Dividend on Lifo Polio ion Forty Per Gent., which proves the economy
ot ita management and it? careful aelection of riaka.
WM. 0. CARRINGTON.... .*,.President. J. E. EDWARDS.Ylee-Preeidctit.
D. J. HABTSOOK, Seoretary. J. J. HOPKINS, Asaiatant Secretary. J. E. WOLF, Sap. of Agencies.
SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH OFFICE, AT COLUMBIA, S. C.
J. P. THOMAS.President. 8. L. LEAPHART.Secretary.
DR. ISAAC BRANCH.Superintendent of Agencies.
BOAHD or DinEcroBB.-John McKenzie, John 8. Preston, F. W. McMaater, W. B. Guliok,
John T. Sloan, sr., Dr. lt. W. Gibbes, lt. G. Shiver, Thompson Earle.
STATE AT LABOR - Ex-Qov. M L. Bonham, Gen. M. C. Butlor, Gen. J. D. Kennedy, Col. T. C.
Perrin, Or. Isaac Branch, Dr. H. Cook.
Tho consolidation of the two most popular Southern Companies is full of advantages to tho
policy-holders of both Companies. Its expenditures will bo less, and with lesa relut ive risk.
Tho future dividends will be moro certain, .md probably groatcr in amount, and a bettor re?
served lund created.
NO BIGHT of old policy-holders will bo affocted; they will continuo to pay the samo rato as
before; to bold the samo policies as before; to bavo tho same rights, henehts and privileges as
before, ?nd have oqual present security with greater future benet) t than before. All renewals
of old policies will bo in namo of now Company, under special authority from tho respectivo
Directors of the old Companies.
A NEW CHARTER was obtained with tho rights of policy-holders guaranteed, and wo call
special attention to tho following desirable features in said charter:
"SEC. 2. Tho business of tho Company shall ho to mako insurance on tho lives of individuals
in all the branches of Life Insurance; to grant, purchase or dispose of annuities or re-insure
"SEO. 4. Tho business of tho Company SHALL bo conductod on tho plan of DI8TRIRUT?
ING TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS THE PROFITS of tho business, as hereinafter provided,
unless by tim consent ot thu assured tho policy selected is non-partioip:iting."
"SEC. 15. This Company may issuo policies on tho lives of husbands and parents, or othcrB,
for the benefit of wives and families, or other beneficiaries interested in their lives-AS ances?
tors, descendants, creditors or dependents, and tho same shall not bo liable for tho debts or
contracts of the assurod, except as provided in tho policies issued."
' SEC. 16. Tho Company may issue policica payable IN GOLD : Provided, premiums aro paid
in the samo."
"SEC. Hi. Thc pormanent invest mont of funds shall bo in mortgages or lions on UNENCUM?
BERED REAL ESTATE WORTH DOUBLE THE AMOUNT LOANED."
Wo would also call attention to the rights secured in polity as part of the contract.
Bights of party to mm-forfeiture in ait ita policies.
Rights of party to re-instatcraent-paid ap policy, and aurrcbdor value whoro "intervention
of armies" or any other canso cuts the insured off from homo oflicn. Thia feature, omitted in
policies of Northern Companion, cost the ?iouthorn people very heavily in the lato war, and
should moko thom serle the only Company that provides against such contingency in futuro
Some Companies now have in their policies, that parties who "take np arms ? gainst" certai:
named States, "or tho United .-states," render their policy nhl I and void. Thia ia making cor
tain what waa before uncertain, and ia too groat a mingling politics, war and lifo insurance.
"The PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON" baa a model charter and model policy, plainly stating
richie of parties and guarding those, rights against sacrifice.
It gives dividends at the end of first year, whou all cash is paid, and of second year, whet
part loan is taken. The all cash plan is unreservedly recommended as in overy way moat satis
Wo now confidently appeal to every one interested in Southern prosperity to look to thci
own interests, by sustaining thoir own institutions, and thereby establishing that self-conn
denoo without which there nan bo no permament prosperity. Boar in mind that already ove
*10,000,000 are annually sent North for Life Insurance, taking so mach from our strength, am
thereby giving additional power to our competitors.
Wo offer a solid, reliable Life Insurance Company, thoroughly Southern, in the hands of mei
of the highest integrity, with abundant aeaeta, recent riaka, tho moat secure of all investments
pledged to retain, within the State of South Carolina aU funds accruing therein, and, indeed, pre
senting every advan tige that can be desired ; and we only ask a fall examination into thc supe
nor merits of the "PIEDMONT AND ABLINGTON LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY" to insur
your patronage. LEAPHART, JEFFERSON A HANSON,
Oct 21 Imo General Agenta for South Carolina.
Wanted to Bent.
MA COMFORTABLE HOUSE, containing
f?vo or six room?, in . pleasant location.
Addroas, or call ia norson,
Oct 20 GEOHGE SYMMEllfl.
S) fr BBLS. Choice Eating P0TATOE8, Juat
?tJ received and for aale low by
Oct 17_J. A T. R. AONEW.
QAA BBLS. anper, extra and choice FA
Ov JU MILY FLOUR, for sale at low figur?e,
at wholeaalo and rotail, by
Oct 17 S. A T. R. AONEW.
C L O THI N Gr".
X HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
a very largo and doairablo Stock of Fall and
Winter CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, Ac, which I am determined to offer
purchasers on the moat reasonable terme.
Oct 13 W?L J. HOKE.__
To the Ladies-Millinery.
SIRS. C. K. RKED baa open?
ed for inspection, tbe fineat and
mont, fanhionable aeaortment of |
FRENCH, ENGLISH and AME?
RICAN MILLINERY over offered
COR8ETS, H Alli, plai.i and or?
namentad, at all prices: an assort?
ment of cheap FANCY JEWEL?
RY, HATS, from 25 conta up, Feathers, real
Ostrich, Birds of Paradiuo, ?cc. Givo mo a call
and judge for youraelves. I will Boll very low
everything lu my lino. Oct 17
MUS. A. MCCORMICK
HAS removed ber Millinery and
.Dross-Making Establishment di
I n?e t ly oppoHite to her old stand, next
'door to Hr. E. Pollard's drug
store, where sho will be moat happy
to wait on any who may favor her
with a call.
Having added numerous artlclca to hor for?
mer H tuck-which abo had not room to koep
horetoforo-alie feels confident that no lady
will call for many thioga pur tinning to slady'a
toilet but what abo can supply thom.
Hor han-laorao slock of MILLINERY will bo
ready for general inspection on WEDNESDAY,
20th inst., conaiating of BONNETS and HATS
of the latent importation; together with a
handaomo aolection ol everything iu tho HAIR
LINE, auch aa CHIGNONS, of the lateat atylea,
Curia, long and short Frizettoa, Braids,
8wi t c 11 o s i v c &> c Ac,
DRESS-MAKING a tended to with tho uaual
caro and punctuality. A good flt guaranteed.
Being thankful for tho patronage kindly bo
atowed on her by thu Indien of Culnmbia and
tho surrounding country, shu aolicita a conti?
nuance of the same. Oct 17 4
CLEAR MB SIDES,
Dry Salted Meats,
DIRECT FROM WESTERN PACKERS.
A, 13 & C SUGARS,
SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP,
Coffees of all Grades,
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
lu Kitts, Half-Darrcla and Barrels.
AND OTHER GROCERIES DIRECT
FROM FIRST HANDS,
To which we aak the attention of buyers, aa
we are prepared to offer
D. G. PEIXOTTO & SOX,
AUCTION di COMMISSION MK. It CI I ANTS,
BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND LADY 8TS.
Sept 17 fimos
The New Theory of Health
ESTABLISH ED BY
IIEINin QUEEN'S DELIGHT!
THE Lifo of ali Flesh is Blood. Tho Health
of Lifo is parity of Flesh. Without parity
of Blood, no Flesh can be freo from disease.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is now a recognized honeohold Medicine of
remarkable remedial powers, inventod and
compounded by tho Proprietor, which ho has
called by tho euphonious soubriquet
ITS CONSTITUENT rROPBBTIES.
QUEEN'S DELIGHT Is an an alteratiro, produc?
ing a gradual chango in the
HEINITSU'B functions of organs, as to
pormit a healthy action to
take the place of disease.
QUEEN'S DEI.IOUT XV doobstruont by itsdivcrsi
. ' td action; removesobstruc
nEiNiTsu's viona, reduces inflammation
and enlargement of the
glands and viscera.
QUEEN'S DELIOUT Ia au Iuvigorant and Tonic;
it producoB a gentle and
permanent excitement of all
the vital actione obaervablo
in the functions of organic
HKiNiTsn's life; and ia, therefore, ad
miaaablo in diseases of the
stomach, Liver and orgauB
of digest ion.
QUEEN'H DEI.IOUT ls a sim- .?ting, alterative
diaphoaetio, promoting per?
spiration, removing humors
in tho blood, producing a
HEINITSU'B healthy action of the akin,
removes Boils, Pimples,
Blotches and Cutaneous
QUEEN'S DEI.IOUT 1B aperient, gently acting
upon tho bowel?, thereby
removing effete matter, pro?
ducing a healthy fueling of
HEIKITSH'H tho stomach and head.
Headache and nervous dis?
orders are cured by ita "Be.
QUEEN'S DEI.IOUT Ia expectorant, hicreaaing
tho Beer? (ion from the
mucous membrane of the
air celia and passages of1
j HRINITHH'S the lungs, or assists ita dis?
charge, is, therefore, a ro
medy, combined with Cod
Liver Oil, in all cases of Con?
sumption, Colds, Ac.
Tho high appreciation in which it is held by
tho profession and the golden opinions of tho
people, and thoir many testimonials, will make
it a desirable medicino for Druggiata to keep
constantly on hand.
Tho sick, feeble and those in delicate health,
and all persons living in warm climates, and
all unacclimatod, will hud tho
QUEEN'S D E L I G II T
A gro t medicine, protecting thom from nil
thntio diseases which originate in a bad condi?
tion of the blood and climatic influences
' For nalo by Druggiata throughout tho State.
Tho trade supplied bv
FISHER A HEINITSH, Columbia, R. C.
PLUMB A LEI I'NER, Augusta, Oa.
J. H. ZEILEN A CO., Macon, Oa.
JOHN F. HENRY, New York.
MANSFIELD A H IO BEE, Memphis,Tenn.
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY A COWDEN,
Aug 6_t_ Philadelphia.
! Executive Department.
COLUMBIA, October 12, 18f>0.
IPROPOSALS will bo received at thia office
. until SATURDAY, the 23d matant, for the
execution of the nee r-HU ry ropairs to tho Deaf,
Dumb and Bliud Aayluui at Cedar Springa,
Spartauburg County-the job to bu completer*
within sixty days alter the signing of tho con?
tract. For an examination of tho plana and
specifications, apply to W. R. Hoyt, at thc Now
Statu Capitol. ROBT. K. SCOTT,
Oct IS t !?? Governor.
Lectures and Beadings.
MR. P. W. FULLER will answer calla to
Lecture on tho Spiritual Philosophy (or
New Dispensation) in any part of tho Stato
whoro thc frienda of progrese and reform may
make suitable arrangements. Address at Co?
lumbia, S. O. June :U) w
Notice is Hereby Given
Tn AT application will bo made to tho Stat
Legislature, at ita nett aossion, to incor
por,ito a Lifo Inanranco Comp..ny, with it
contrai office in tho citvof Columbiu.
Aug 25 witt
? n M BSS23SX* JB??2 * T
D. C. Higgins, et wc., et ai,, vs. John a Boyle,
IN pursuance of the decretal order of the
Circuit Court, Bitting in equity In the above
?tated ease, I will sell, on the first MONDAY
in November next, in front of the Court Houae,
iu Columbia, within the legal hours:
All that TRACT OF LAND, in Biohland
County, containing 5884 acres, more or leaa;
bounded North by Abbott's land, Eaat by
Jones' land; Sooth by Mor re ir a land, and
Weat by the estate of Higgins.
TEBMS or SALI:-Cash aufflclont to pay tho
coate of aale and one-third of tho coate of thia
proceeding; balance on a credit of oue and
two years, with intoroHt payablo annually; se?
cured by bond, with approved emetics, and a
mortgago ot the premiaos. Purchaser to pay
for atampa and papore. P. F. FRAZER,
Oct 10 roth_8. R.O.
John C. Soegcra os. Jamoa B. Lanier, au '
John II. Meyor vs. James B. Lanier.- Wu
rants of Attachment.
IN purauancoof au order in tho above slated
caaea, made br A. L. Solomon, ono of the
Magistrates for Richland County, I will sell,
on MONDAY, tho 25th of Octobor instant,
at tho Lanier House, in Columbia, within tho
Tho Furniture, and Fixtures of a Restau?
rant, conaiatiog of Chaira, Tables, Stoves, D??
cantera, Bottlea c Alo, Liquors, GaB Pend
anta, Counters, C eke ry. Glassware, Knives,
Forks, .Vc, attached au the property of Jamct
B. Lauier, at the respectivo snits of John C.
Seegera and John H. Meyer os. Jamoa B. La
Terme cash. P. F. FRAZER, S. R. C.
Oct 9_m th
BY virtuo of sundry writs of fieri facias t<
mo dirocted, I will aol!, on tho first MON
DAY in November next, in front of the Cour
Uoueo, in Columbia, within the legal houre,
All the right, titlo and interest of James M
Riebar Ison, deceased, in two acres of LAND
moro or lesa, in the city of Columbia, boundei
on the North by Pendleton street, Eaat b
Sumter street. South by Medium street, an!
West by lots ol Mrs. M. A. Yate? and Soutl
Carolina College; levied on ne the property c
John P. Richardson, deceased. James B. Riofa
trdaon, deceased, and Thomas O. Richardaor
at tho suit of Richard C. Richardson, Assigne*
ci. John P. Richardson and Charlo? Richart'
son, Executors of John P. Richardaon, dc
ccaaed; also, at tho suit of Richard C. Rici
ardaon, Assignee, VM. Thomas G. Richardaoi
Executor of James B. Richardaon, docea80<
?Iso, at the suit of Richard C. Richardaon r
I Thoma? C. Richardson. Torms cash.
? Pot 10 mth_P. F. F RAZEE, S. B.C.
Under order of Judge of Probate. W. W. Ri
VB. T. C. Rife, ct al.-In partition.
IN purauanco of an order made by Wm. Hu
son Wigg, Judgo of Probate for Richlar
County, I will sell, on tho first MONDAY :
November next, in front of tho Court Houa
in Columbia, within the legal houre:
AU that LOT OF LAND, situated in tho cit
of Columbia, containing one-half acre, mn
or lena, known in the plan of said city aa L
No. 100; bounded on tho North by Gerv?
street; West by Williams street; South ai
East by land now owned by Charlea Hambur
The above describod property will bo ac
at tho risk of tho former purchaser, Samt
TEBHS OF SALE.-One-third caeh; balauce
ono aud two yoara; secured by bond aud mo
gag?; of the premiaos. Purchaser to pay j
stamps and papore. P. F. FRAZEE,
Oct 10 mth_B. B. O
S. Youngoner and D. Nnnnamaker, admra.,
Mra. Jemima Smith, et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order of t
Circuit Court, Bitting in eqnity in the abc
atated caao, I will aol), on thu ?rat MONDAY
Novombor next, in front of tho Court Hou
in Columbia, within tho legal horns:
All that LOT OF LAND, in tho city of <
lumbia, containing ouo-fourth of an ac
more or leaa; bouuded North by Tavlor atrc
Weat by tho A. M. E. Church; East by
Bowera* lot. and South by lot now or forme
of Dr. R. W. Gibbes.
A Lot of Land, situate at tho South-w
corner of tho intersection of Blauding i
Gadaden streets; bounded North by Bland?
street; Eaat by Gadsden street; South
Pearson's lot, and Weat by Kirkwood'a lot.
Tho lot Prat doacribed will bo sold on
following erma: One-third cash, and the
maindor on a credit of one and two yet
Purchaser to givo bond, with porsonal sccur
and a mortgage of the prcmiaea, and to ;
for atampa and papera.
The laat deacribod lot to be sold for ca
Purchaser to pay for atampa and papora.
Oct 10 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S. R.((
Julian Soulo, Adm'r, el al. vs. Emma 8. 1
et al.-In Equity.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of tho i
cutt Court, sitting in Equity, I will sell
tho FIRST MONDAY in November next,
front of tho Court House in Columbia, wit
the legal houra, the following \ roperty, vi
The HOUt E A*n LOT in tho city of Col
bia, bo anded on the North by landa of V
Price; Eaat by tho Marion Street Metho
Church; South by Lumber street, and Wes
landa ol Wm. Laval, Trusteo, meat-urinr.
feet (j inches, moro or IOB8, on Lumber atr
audrunuing back northwardly FiOfoetGinc
more or leaa.
The HOUSE usn LOT in tho city rf Col
bia, bounded on tho North by Lumber sn
East by lands now or lately of Thoa. H. W
South by ianda nf Whitfield Walker, True
and West by Bull atreet, containing ono
of an acre, more or lesa.
Tho HOURE ANO LOT in tho city of Col
bia, bounded on the North by-; Eal
lands now or late of Thoa. H. Wade; Sont
Richland street, aud Weat by landa of 1
stenhouse, measuring 51 feet, moro or les
Richland atreet, and runuiug backnorthw
ly 210 feet and ll inches, more or lesa.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pav for sta
and papura. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R.
Oct 10 _n
D. B. DeSauaanro, for the use of D. B. M
vs. Richard Allen, et al.
IN purauanco of tho decretal order ,it
Circuit Court, Bitting in Eqtiitv in the u
stated caso, I will ?ell, ou the FI RST MUN
in November next, in front of tho (
House, in Columbia, within tho logal hou
All that LOT of LAND, with tho Ii
thereon, in tho city of Columbia, boundi
tho North by lot owned by L. H. Trovett;
by lot noxt described; South by Gervais al
and West by Lincoln atroot; measuring u
61 feot?n Gervais atreet, and 123 feet, mc
leas, on Lincoln street.
All that lot of Land, with the Honae tho
in tho city of Columbia, bounded on the I
by lot owned by L. H. Trevett, running t
on f!0 feet; East by lot owned by Michael i
and running theft on 122 feet, moro or
South by Gervaia atreet, fronting thens
feet; and Weat by lot above doseribeti
ruuuiug|therccn 122 feet, more or lesa.
AU that lot of Land, with tho House thc
in che city of Columbia, boundod on tho 1
by lot owned by L. H. Trevott; East by
John Furguson, Trusteo; South by Gt
stroet; and Weat by lot next above deacri
TEIIHS OK SALK. Cash nu Hie it nt to pt
e\?>! uses of suit and costs of aalo; balar
a credit of ono and two years, secured br
and mortgago of the premises. Pureba,
pav for stamps and papers.
Oct 10 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. P
BT virtue of a writ of fieri facia*, to ram di?
rected, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
in November next, within the legal boors.
One large TURPENTINE BTILL and WORM;
levied on as the property of Daniel D. Hocott,
at the suit of William Shannon, J. M. DoHaua
snro, C. Matheson, James Dunlap ft <izt, vs.
Daniel D. Hocott.
The above will be sold at P. F. Frazae's lot,
on Washington atroet. Terms cash.
?Opt 17 nt? P. F. F RAZES, 8. B. C.
Wade A. L?rick, et ur., vt. John D. A. Babier,
et ?x., el al.-In Equity.
IN pursuance of the decretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in equity in the above
?tated case, I will sell, on the flret MONDAY
in November next, within the legal hours:
Al* that HOUSE and LOT, in the city of Co?
lumbia; bounded on tho North by Lumber
ntreot; East by James B. Ulm'e lot; Routh by
John Caldwell's lot, and on the Wost by lin?
coln at rc ot ; and containing ono acre, more or
TKnMS OF SALE.-One-third cash; tho ba?
lance in one and two years.. Purchaser to give
bond and mortgage, with personal security,
and to pay for stamps and papers.
Oct 10 mth_P. F. FRANKE. 8. R. C.
Wm. Wheeler Moyo, by next friend, va. Thoa.
R. Brown, Administrator.-In Equity.
IN pu ra nance of the decretal order of tho
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, in tho
above stated case, I will aeU, on tho FIRST
MONDAY lu November next, in front of tho
Court House, in Columbia, within the legal
All that TRACT of LAND, in Richland
County, containing 200 acres, more or leaa;
bounded North by Elizabeth Brown's land* Eaat
by Gilbert Garner and Joseph Batee: South
and West by Congaree River and Jos. Bates.
A Tract of Land, situate, in St- Matthews
Parish, containing two hundred and fifty --
acres, moro or lesa; and bounded on all Bides
by Congareo River, being an leland.
.ALSO, " ,
60 acres of Land, in Richland County:
bounded North and Eaat by lund? of OB tate of
William Clarkson; South by estate of J?moa
Seay; and Weet by 7-r
THUMS br SALK.-Cash eufllciont to pay
costa and expenses ot suit and aale; and the
balance on a credit of one, two and tiret
years. Secured by bond and mortgago. of. the
premiaos. Pure li aa era to pay for a tampa and
papers. PI F. Flt A KEE, 8. R. C.
Oct 10_ ?-.)!.;, mili
Wm. HI;?eil and John A. Bindi, vs. Elizabptt
TrtURflU?NT ro^ftS' q4e&?? c?d**'irf th<
JL above stated caae, I ?rill soil, oh tb<
FIRST MONDAY ? in No vor?ber. ?ext, tho fol
lowing real estate:
Alt that LOT of LAND, in the city of Coram
bia; bounded North by Ianda of Joseph Taylor
Eaat by Sumter street; South by L?-dy etrcet
land Weat by William and. John Shiell'a lot
fronting OU Sum tortotryet 104'feet 4 inches, am
oh Lady street 144'feet. won .90 J
: j;q? J JJ I ALSO, >1 !
All that Lot of Land and Building thereon
bounded North by landa late of R. N. Lewie
Eaat and South liv Wm. and John A. Shiel!
and Weat 6y Richardson; fronting onRichard
eon etiee't 6*2 feet, and running back 180 feqt
The Building thereon being BOW nuder leas
i to approved tenant to lat July next.
THUMS. -Cash enough to pay coats and es
pouaea and ono Hurd reaidue; balanoo on
credit of one and two year?, secured by bon
and mortgago of premises sold. Purchaser t
pay for stamps and all necessary papen
Property will be aub-divided to ault pm
chasers. P. F. F RAZEE, S. R. C.
Oct 10 \ . mth
' W. Hut eon Wigg, SucceaBor, vs. Sarah Coab'
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of tl
Cirouit Court, sitting in Equity in tl
? abovo stated caeo, I will sell, on tho FIRS
MONDAY in November next, in front bf tl
Court Houae, in Columbia, within tho lev?
All that TRACT of LAND, situate abm
niue miles from tho city of Columbia, East <
the Charlotte and South Carolina Railroa
containing 133$ ajres; and bounded on tl
North by landa of William Moore and estate
James Cnaby; Eaat by landa of Jackaon Smit
and Milly LeGrande; South by Samuel Coopt
and Weat by Samuel Coupler and Charlot
and South Carolina Railroad.
Tr.RMs OF Sane.-Caah sufficient io pay tl
costa of suit and expenses bf aalo; balance <
a credit of nix months, secured by bond ai
mortgage of premises. Purchaaera tc? pay f
?tamps and papera. P. F. 1* It A ZEE,
Oct 10 mth_ti. R. O.
Martha G. Roberta, Administratrix, vs. Robe
O. Same el ux., et al.
IN purauanco of the decretal order of t
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in t
aliovo atated caae, I will Bell, on the first MO
DAY in November next, in front of the Cot
Houi'C, in Columbia, within the logal hours.
All that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL OF LAN
in tho city of Columbia, butting and boondi
to tho North on Chriat Church, to the Hon
on Taylor etreet, to the Eaat on lot formel
of O. M. Roberta, now of Samuel Waddle, a
to tho Weat on * arion street ; measuring Et
and Weat 156 .edt, and North and South!
feet, more or lesB.
THUMS OK SALK- One-half cash; tho balar
on a mredit of twelvo mouths, secured by bo
and mortgago, with interest from date of aa
Purchaser to pay fur atamp? and papera.
_Oct 10 mth_P F. FRAZER. B. R. 0
Jamea R. Pringle ea. Thomas B: Clarkson
al.-Hill ta foreclose mortgage-In Equity
IN purauanco of the dncrt tal order of the I
cuit Court, sitting in Equity in the abc
..un ted caso, I will sell, on the first MOND
in November next, in front of the Court Hou
in Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that PLANTATION or TRACT OF LA
known as "Hickory Hill," in Richland Coun
containing 712 acree, more or leas, and bon
od as follows: On the North by landa of
catate ot M. R. Singleton, foimerly of Bob
Weston and Richard Singleton; Eaat by lai
of tho estate of M. R. Singleton and Ji
Neal; South by lands nf Gbbort Garner s
tho catato of Lewellen Woodward, former);
Georgo Rawlinson, and Weat by land of At
lom Joyner, formerly of John Williams, i
also bj Griffin Creek, sopara', lng it from At
loni Joyner's, formerly cet-te of Jacob j
TBBlli' or SALE.-One-third of th? pnrch
monev w oe paid in cash, and the bala
therooi on a orodit of ?ne year. Pureba
to give bond and mortgage of tho premii
and to pav for stamps and papers.
Oct 10 mth P. F FRAZER, S. R. <
WE take pleat
^wYTijflk in. no,i|y'uK o
^?'^X^J^i^'r^ \ public that we 1
y 'j^^jgjflE ^y^^' romov ,ourat'
^W^\~-?JSjffiSft^^ whore wo"will
plcaeed to see
offer them extra induoomenta in all arti
usually kept in tho GROCERY, li A RI) W/
and LIQUOR lino. T. J. A H. M. CIRSON
Oct 15 Old Ex chancre Bank Oornr
?AAA LBS. BLUE STONE on hand,
.1 J\Jv/ for salo low, by
Oct 8 J. A T. R. AON, H'