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LONDON, September 27.-The follow?
ing is given as tho probable programme
of Thiers at St. Petersburg: Constanti?
nople aod the road to India to bo gua?
ranteed to Kassia; Belgium and Egypt
to be guaranteed to France; Alsace and
part of Loraine and the road to Vienna
to bo guaranteed to Prussia-that is,
England, Turkey, Austria and Belgium
to bo innocent victims of peace.
A deputation of workingmen to-day
visited Gladstone, and urged mediation
between Germany and Franco. Victo?
ria, yielding to publie sentiment, has
written n letter of condolence to tho Em?
press of tho French.
Ulrich an noun ces that Strasburg can
bold out but a short timo.
Tho guns of Mont Valerian have dis?
lodged the Prussians from St. Cloud.
It is estimated that there aro now
300,000 troops around Paris.
The siego of Metz has become close.
Tho blockado is interrupted occasionally
by an exchange of hostilities.
TOURS, Septombor 27.-On tho 19th,
Bismarck seemed to entertain Favre's
idea of an armistice. Favro asked for
fifteen days. Tho next day Bismarck
banded Favre tho conditions, adding
that Germans must have the forts com?
manding Paris, moro especially tho Fort
Dumont Validier. Favro replied it
would be moro simple to demand Paris
at once. Bismarck said if theso tor ms
wero not satisfactory, tho French must
seek other arrangements.
BERLIN, September 27.-A despatch
from the King's headquarters says Favre,
in his report of tho Bismarck interview,
omitted to state that tho question of an
armistice was considered preliminary to
any discussion of territorial cession.
Bismarck actually declined to state tho
olaim of Prussia until the basis of an
armistice was decided on.
LONDON, September 28.-An armistice,
lasting forty-eight hours, ooncluded at
MiBsieres Monday. The armistice was
for the removal of wounded.
TOURS, September 28.-Tho disposi?
tion to resist to tho Inst is stronger in
tho West and South. Troops continuo
to pour into Tours.
PARIS, September 28.-Advices to Sun?
day, by balloon, state that perfect order
existed in the city.
The Prussiaus havo marched into Or?
LONDON, September 28.-There was a
grand parade of tho Prussians in tho
court yard at Versailles yesterday. Tho j
Crown Princo, standing under the statue
of Louis XIV, distributed honors to tho
The Duko of Wurtemburg was wound?
ed at St. Cloud.
The Gardo Mobiles aro desortiDg at
Paris. 200 were shot for insubordina?
William despatches to tho Queen that
the capitulation of Strasburg occurred
at ll o'clock last evening.
Keports thicken that Russia is pre?
paring for war. Tho army at tho South
has boon mobilized, and movements to?
wards tho Turkish border are ominous.
LONDON, September 28.-All Demo?
cratic papers suppressed duriug tho Em?
pire have resumed publication.
Tho people on tho suburbs of Paris
havo returned to their houses, from
whence they woro driven by the lawless?
ness of the Mobiles.
Tho Times says Franco may bo serious
and heroic in refusing to cede territory,
but it is rather inconsistent with her
avidity iu seizing territory.
Tho region around Paris for twenty
"kilometres is depopulated and devasta?
ted. A fow courageous shop-keepers
alono remain iu villages, tempted by
Tho Prussians opened fire on tho gun?
boats while passing St. Cloud, recently,
killing aud wounding several French?
Tho Prussians aro erecting a battery at
Sevans. A lively tiro is opened on them
from from fort dTssiry while at work.
Tho Prussians on entering Meux made
a requisition for horses, and remaiuod
but a short time. It is evidently their
intention to sweep the South of France.
Tho capitol is moved to Poictiers.
TOURS, Soptombor 28.-A tl es pat ch
just received anuouuees that the Prus?
sians havo not entered Orleans. They
carno near tho city, halted aud then
commenoed moving backward toward
Paris. Tho civilians whom they cap?
tured were subsequently released. They
say Prince Albert received a despatch
which suddenly changed his plans.
Tho Prussiaus havo entirely evacuated
Fontainbleau, and imposed no tax on
tho citizens, but made a heavy requisi?
tion for provisions aud forage
BRUSSELS, September 28.-Tho order
of St. Jean publishes a manifesto de?
fending tho Bolgians from charges of
VIENNA, September 28.-lu Rcch
strath, yesterday, confidence in the
Ministry was voted by a largo majority.
Ei'ONAL, September 28.-The Prus?
sians attacked Laou yesterday, aud were
LONDON, September 28.- Tho board
for tho revision of tho Biblo has re?
sumed its session.
MENDELSIIAUN, Septombor 28.-Ar?
rangements for tho surrender of Stras?
burg was signed at 2 o'clock this morn?
ing. Four hundred aud fifty-ono officers
and 17,000 men hud down their arms
at 8 o'clock.
LONDON, September 28.-Tho new
iron-clad steamer Triumph was launched
MADRID, September 28.-Tho vomito
is .spreading at Barcelona. Tho poople
aro leaving and business has been sus?
pended. Tho practical nullification of
the emancipation proclamation by Cuba
is demanded. An advertisement is
quoted from Havana journals of chil?
dren for sale, and contracts for slave
labor, which is practically a continua?
tion of slavery in violation of tho ex?
press law of the land.
WASHINGTON, September 27.-Jndgo
Paschal, in a published communication
to-day, conteuds that tho law of the 8th
of July, 1870, remodeling tho Potent |
Office, has, in clear and explicit words,
repealed tho laws oreating the sub-Trea?
sury and the Interior Department and
the law authorizing cortain persons to
act for the chief executive officers. Ho
contends that no person can be convict?
ed for crimes, nnd that all sureties upon
bonds required by them aro released,
and that such repealed laws are not re?
vived by subsequent appropriation Acts.
NEW YORK, September 28.-The steam?
ship China takes out $100,000 in specie.
The Montgomery, Saratoga, Valley
City and Panama, have arrived.
Steamship Manhattan, New York;
schooners M. H. Stockham, Philadel?
phia; J. H. Stickney, Baltimore.
ALBANY, N. Y., September 28.-Tho
Washington Mowing Machino Company
Rhops wero bumed to-doy.
LOUISVILLE, September 28.-It isl
thought tho duel between Col. Kelly, of |
the Commercial, aud Gen. Burbridge,
will ho settled amicably. Thc* seconds
of tho respective parties aro in cousulta
MIDDLETON, N. Y., September 28.
out's circus train collided with the ex?
press train, to-day. The director, Whit
beck, of tho circus, was killed.
WASHINGTON, Soptombor 28.-Pending
quarantine regulations at Galveston,
Texas, letters for that placo, or other
points in Texas supplied from there,
should bo sent via Now York, from tho
Eastern and middle States, and via St.
Louis, from tho North-west. Tho South?
ern mail goes as usual via New Orleans,
thence via the Red River.
Delano resumes duties to-morrow. Re?
gulations for tho transportation of im?
ported goods through tho country in
bond, havo been newly completed. The
uow issuo of Sfty-cent notes have beou
Tho Secretary of tho Navy has giveu
orders for the proper celebration of Far?
ragut's obsequios on December 30. De?
partments here will bo closed.
ST. L?uiSi Soptember 28.-Senator
Drake, in opening the Missouri cam?
paign, charged the bolting Republicaus
with a design to break np tho party and
give the State to the Democrats. Ho
said disfranchisement was simply a ques?
tion of clemency aud expediency.
RICHMOND, September 28.-Three co?
lored laborers on tho Chesapeak aud
Ohio Riilroad were killed at Waynes?
boro, yesterday, by the falling in of an
NEW ORLEANS, September 28. -Rev.
Michael Walsh, of St. Patrick's Church,
died last night, of yellow fever.
Fifteen deaths from j'ellow fever for
tho last twenty-hour hours.
AUGUSTA, September 28.-Dr. F. G.
Godby was stabbed to death, last night,
by a negro, at his residence in Burke
County. The murderer escaped.
Tho friends aud acquaintances of CAPT.
WSI, BECKHAM aro respectfully invited to
attend his funeral at his Hummer rcaidcuce,
near Bandy Bun, TO-DAY, at 3 P. M.
Tho many friends, (both colored and whito,)
of JOHN T. SLOAN, Ju., respectfully nomi?
nate him for the ollico of PROBATE JUDGE
of Richland County. Kept 28
Owing to business complications, tho
SOUTUERN GUARDIAN will bo suspended
for a few daya. Wo beg the indulgence of our
eub.-jcribcra, and trust wu wilt not be called
upon lo disappoint them again.
Sept 2S W. H. McCAW ?6 CO.
MRS. LEVY will resumo tho exercises of
her School on MONDAY, 3i> OCTOBER,
at her residence, corner of Bull and Lady
MISS HERIOT will resume tbooxcrciaos of
her School on MONDAY, October 3d.
Mn^_ ONE car load of line MULES ^
and HORSES, which can beA5?V
?Tilimfflm"|,|>" at Chas. Logan's Stablos, /'< f^
corner Senate and Assemblv streets.
Sept 21) 4_A. S. A* J. M. TALBOT.
Acacia Lodge No. 94, A. F. M.
AAN EXTRA Communication of this
Lodgo will bo held in Masonic Hall,
TU1S (Thursday) EVENING, at 7
o'clock. Tho First Degree will bo conferred,
liv order of tho W. M.
Sept 21)_1__ J. LEE DIXON, Secretary.
A Large Village Store for Sale.
MA TWO-STORY WOODEN BUILDING,
in thc contro of buainoss at Orangoburg,
S. C., fitted up as a STORE and DWEL?
LING, will bo sold at public auction, on MON?
DAY, 3d October, on liberal terms. Title
good. HARPIN RIGGS,
Sept 29 the2 Sheri ff Orangoburg Co.
State of South Carolina, Richland Co.
Edward Pollard, Plaintiff, against William Z.
Bedon, Defendant- Court of Common J'leas.
Summons for money demand-Complaint tatt
.rpo William Z. Bedon, Defendant in thia
JL action: You are hcroby summoned and
required to answer tho complaint in thia ac?
tion, which, together with tho summons, has
been hied thia, 13th September, 1870, in tho
(Milco of tho Clerk of tho Court of Common
Pleas for tho said County, and to servo a copy
of your answer on tho subscribers at their
oftico, at Columbia, S. C., within TWENTY
DAYS utter the service of this summons ou
you, exclusive of the day of service
ll' you fail to answer this complaint within
the time aforesaid, tho plaintiff will take
judgment against you l'<>r (be sum of six hun?
dred dollars, witii interest at the rato of
seven per centum per annum from the twenty
seventh day of May, one thousand eight hun?
dred ami sixty-three, and costs. Dated Sep?
tember 13, 1870.
BARNWELL A MONTEITH,
[L. s.j D. B. MILLEU, 0. c. P.
Xiif Chester Heparin- copy and send bill,
proporlv probated, to Barnwell ?V Monteith.
Supt ?tl tbt;
F lill REE m'Miths from dale, application will
JL be made for renewal (d' Scrip in the Co?
lumbia Oas Coinpauy, for twenty-one Shares
standing in the namo of Harman .Sinner.
Sept 8 th 13 H. E. SCOTT, Ex'r.
FINANCIAL. ANO COMMERCIAL.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September29.-Sales
of cotton yesterday 127 bales-middlings
NEW YORK, September 28-Noon.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat doll
and unchanged. Corn dull and lc. lower.
Pork2firstname.lastname@example.org!?. Lard quiet. Cot*
ton unsettled-uplands 17(o)17^; Or?
leans 17K@17?.i; sales 700 bales. Tur?
pentine 39^@40. ltosin 19. Freights
dull. Stocks vory dull. Oold 13J?.
Money 4@5. Sterling-long 9%; short
10M; C2's 12%.
7 1*. M.-Cotton dull and lower
sales 9,400 bales; uplands 1G%. Flour
Statu and Westeru unchanged; South?
ern drooping-common to fair extra
5.30?G.CO; good to ohoico email@example.com.
Wheut lo. lowor and in very moderate
export and milling demand-winter red
and amber Western 1.25?1.34. Coru
heavy and l@2c. lower, at 84@85. Beef
quiet. Pork firm, at 24.12>?. Lard
heavy-kettlo 15J,,@1G. Whiskey 85Jii@
88!-.i. Groceries steady. Freights easier.
BALTIMORE, September 28.-Cotton
dull and tending down-middlings 17;
sales 255 bales; stock 1.180. Flour dull
and weak. Wheat steadv. Pork 27.00
@27.50. Shoulders 14>.i.
CINCINNATI, September 2S.-Flour,
corn and provisions quiet and un?
changed. Whiskey dull and lower, at
ST. LOUIS, September 2S. -Flour dull
and unchnugcd. Corn dull, at C2@G5
Whiskey held at 90. Pork dull and un?
changed. Shoulders 13}^@.V?y.<; clear
sidos 17,,4@17j1?- Lard dull aud un
GALVESTON, September 28.-Cotton
dull and tending down-good ordinary
13@13??; sales 220 bulos; net receipts
Lt**; stock 3.G34.
NEW ORLEANS, September 28.-Cotton
demand fair ut lower rates-middlings
15; snles 2,700 bales; net receipts 2,555;
MOBILE, September 28.-Cotton weak
but demand fair-middlings 14^; sales
500 bales; recoipts 339; stock 13,902.
AUGUSTA, September 28.-Cotton mar?
ket very active, at 14(n)14>40. for mid
diing-sales 1,250 bales; receipts 1,103.
SAVANNAH, September 28.-Cotton
mnrket depressed-middlings 15; sales
1,200 bales; recoipts 3,234; Btock 1.GG8
CHARLESTON, September 28.-Cotton
dull and lower-middling 14?.j@15; sales
300 bales; receipts 1.G41; stock G.984,
LONDON, September 28-Noon.
Consols 92,??\ Bonds 92.'.;.'.
LIVERPOOL, September 2S-Noon.
Cotton Hat-uplauds SJo? Orleans 9>?
LIVERPOOL, September 28-Evening.
Cotton closed Hat and irregular-up
lauds 83a'(M)8?-?; Orleans 9(?9,a'; sales
10,000 bales. '
"Which of you all now deny to daucc?
Shu that makes dainty?
She, I'll swear, hath corns."-Shakapeare.
Tho only opportunity to bo afforded by Dr.
Itcndal, (whose ofiice is now on Assembly
street, in the cottage adjacent to tho Wash?
ington House,) to those suffering with Corns,
Bunions and Diseased Nails, to have them
instantaneously and effectually rt moved, will
end in tho next two or thrco days, he having
been solicited to visit other cities, to which ho
Tho following certificates have been fur?
nished by gentlemen of this city to
DB. BUN DAL, from London.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Scuterubcr 20, 1870.
Dr. Benda! has this day removed two most
troublesome Corns, without any perceptible
pain. I have had tho operation performed
before, but not so entirely satisfactory to me.
W. P. GEIGER, M. D.
Dr. Hcndal extracted for mo this day, two
Corns, without giving any pain.
C. H. MIOT.
Dr. Bendal bas this day extracted Corns
from my feet painlessly, expeditiously and en?
tirely. ?. N. TALLEY, M. D.
Columbia, September 21.
Dr. Bendal has this day removed several
painful Corns, without giving anv pain.
September 2G W. D. CORN WJJ LL, M. D.
Dr. Bendal operated on my foot entirely sa?
tisfactorily. J. L. REYNOLDS,
Columbia, September 27.
Dr. Kendal's cures ol' Corns and Bunions
and diseased Nails, are instantaneous, effica?
cious and without pain, by a process peculiar
to himself, and entirely unknown to others.
Ho has testimonials of over twenty years
from all ranks and conditions of men of this
and other nations. Many of them, years
after tho operation, give proof of their not re?
LADIES can be waited upon at the ir resi?
dences if desired. Sept 28
g TflE excrciues of MRS. PECK'S
SCHOOL will bo resumed on MON?
DAY, 3d October. Sept 28 2*
E. Morris, Columbia, S. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
f:J.:")>) per saw. Our Gins aro warranted
to please in every respect, or no sale. Pre?
mium awardod at"last Stato Pair. Also, Wood
Turning in every description and stylo, at
abort notice. Juno 30 Arno
Mackerel J Mackerel ! !
CHOICE NEW MACK EBEL, in Barrels, in
Half Barrel?, in Quarter Barrels, in Kits,
and also at retail, just received and for salt; by
Sept 13_J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
Pure Leaf Lard.
K/\ PACKAGES PUKE LEAF LABI),
t)U consisting of Barrels. Kegs and
Boxes, nil hand mid for sale low by
Sedl 20 J. Si T. lt. AGNEW.
New York Smoked Shoulders.
JUST received a supply of New York city
smoked Bacon SHOULDERS, sugar-cured
anti equal in quality to tine hams.
Sept 25 _ J. AT. B. AGNEW.
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BIELS AND COUPONS, JURY CER?
TIFICATES, COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, ito.,
bought and ?old by I). GAMBRILL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
Angus! 21 3nio
Sgfe A GREAT VARIETY OF GERANIUM
^CUTTINGS anti other handsome green
house plants, for sale very low, by
Sept 13 J3m? Al tho Asylum.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
OFFICE Main Street, over Mosers. ?ryan A
McCarter's Uooketoro._Aug 18 2mo
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVINO onterod into tbe manufacture of j
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRAftlTE,
and purcbaaed of Mesara. Wright & Vinn, ono
of their now patout Brick Machine?, capablo
of turning out from 40,000 to G0.00O bricka por
day, aro now propared to mako contracta and
furnish partioe with any quantities of bricka
desired. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, at hill
store, or at thc South Carolina Bauk and
Triujt Company._ Sept 3
Soap! Soap1.! Soap!!!
AFULL supply of FANCY SOAPS, con?
and TOILET SOAPS.
Also. 100 boxes Family Washing SOAPS, on
hand and for salo low bv
Sept IQ _ "J. ft T. B. AGNEW
THE Buscribcr ia now in receipt of his
FALL and WINTER STOCK, consisting
of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VEST?
INGS of tbe very latent style and pat?
terns, which has been carefully 'selected by
himself, and invites thc public to call and ex?
amine the .-ame, as lio has ono ot tho tinest
assort men ts of goods in bis lino that ever came
to this market. Have also on hand a splen?
did assortment of tho STAB SHIRTS, somo
of thom the lineal ever manufactured.
Sept 24_J. F. EISENMANN.
CONSISTING in part of nUBS,
?Spokes, Felloes, Shafts, Wheels,
Poles, Bolts, Malleable Castiugs,
-Fifth Wheels, Bands, Enamelled
Leather, Dash Leather, Put en t and Enaaiolled
Cloth, Oil Carpet, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles, Fire ami othor Iron, Dash Frames,
Painta, Oils, Carrirgo Varnishes, Ac, Ac.
Our stock of these goods ia second to nono in
Columbia, and those desiring to purchase,
wilt $av? money by calling on
Sept ll_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
To Make Room
FOB my extensive stock of DRY GOODS
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Ladies* and
Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, UM?
BRELLAS, Ac, I offer my cutir? atock of
SHOES at cost. JACOB SULZDACIIER.
Trade and Public generally
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, HAT
CO LU .11 DI A HOTEL BUILDING.
HAVING determined to reduce my present
spring and summer stock of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, Ac, which ia very large and
complete, in order to make-arrangements for
he fall trade, I offer all gooda in my linc at
;osT tor the next thirty days; at which time
?tock will he taken. This ia a raro opportu
lily, especially for the trade and consumers,
;o secure great bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
fl, & W, C, SW A FF I ELD,
AHEAD AS USU Ala.
OUR FALL STOCK
NOW IN STORE.
The Largest and Best Stock
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
MEN and BOYS'HATS of evofv descrip?
tion, TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS,
llb tis, DRESSING GOWNS, Ac
A superior SHIRT, never before offered in
ibis market, mado to order without extra
Tho largest lino of French and English
CLOTHS and VESTINGS ever olfored. With
idditional facilities in our workshop, wo are
leteruiined that our Custom Department
dodi be unsurpassed.
II ATS and CLOTHING at wholesale
R..V W.O. SWAFF1ELD,
Sept ff) Columbia Clothing House-.
Century fino-cut Chewing Tobacco, to
bo had nt POLLOCK'S.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
Till? MORNING. 213th ?nat., wo will sell, in
front of our Auction Storo.
A varioty of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
consisting of Bodateada, Chaira, Burean?,
Wardrobes, Sofas, Mattresses? Stoves.
Two Ono BruBsela CARPETS, and roany
other articlca uaeful in boueo keeping.
Fight Valuable Oily Lota.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY, tho Jil dav of October noxt,
1870, wo will noll, in front of tho .?ourt
Houao, in this city, at 10 o'clock, ' v
Eight desirable half-acro LOTS, within thc
corporate limits of Columbia, situated in thc
Eastern part of tho city, and formerly knowe
Lota Noa. 1, 2, S aud i, fronting and bound?
ed on tho West by utrevt not named. Lott
Noa. 5 and G front tm; and bounded North bj
Washington street; Wost by Lota Noa. 3 ant
4; East by street not named'. Lita Nos. 7 ant
S fronting and bountied South by Lady street
East by Arcot not mimed; North" by Lota Noa
5 and C; Weat by Lots Nos. 1 and 2.
TERMS dr SAT.E-One-balf cash; balance ii
twelve months, secured by bond and mort
gago, bearing internist at 7 per cout. pe
annum. Purchasers to pay ua for paper
and atanipB? Sopt 10
State of South Carolina-Richlaiid Co
IN TUE COMMON PLEAS.
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
William H. Lindsay and Robort W. Jobnao:
vs. Tho Broad Bivcr Bridgo Company, Wil
liam Oulick and H. E. Scott, Truateoa.
Complaint for lielitf.
PURSUANT to tko order ol His Hono
Judge John T. Green, of dato July Isl
1870, in tho abovo stated cauae, I will Bell o
tho first Mondav in October noxt, boforo th
old Court House, tho BRIDGE of tho sai
BROAD RIVER BRIDGE COMPANY, with it
franchiaea and all incidouts thereto belonging
on tho following terms:
That is to say, ono-fourtli caeh; tho rcmaii
dor on a credit of ono and two ycara, in tw
equal instalments, each bearing interest froi
dato, payablo annually, ano eocurcd by bon
with sufficient personal security, and a mor
gago of tho premised.
l'urchaser to pay for stamps and paper?.
JOHN T. RHETT,
Aug 28 mth _SpocialReforco.
BY virtue of an elocution directed to mo,
will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY ar
TUESDAY in October next, within tho log
boura, tho lollowinp property, viz:
All that HOUSE and LOT, situate on Ric!
ardoon strcot, in tho city of Columbia
hounded on tho North by lot of Henry
DeGraaf; East and South' by lot of Samu
Gardner; and West bj Richardson stret
measuring thereon twenty-five foot, and ru
ning back Eastward!)' two hundred and eig
feet, moro er lesa.
Tho entire stock in trado of which Hen
Hinrieheou died possessed. Consisting
Tinware, and an assortment nf Shelf GOCH
euch as aro usually kept in a Family Grocei
Tho Household and Kitchen Rurnitnro,ai
Notes and Accounts of the oatato of tho sa
Henry Hiurichson. I.ovied on as tho propel
of Henry Hinrichaon, at the suit of Michael
Calnan, Receiver, cs. Samuel Fair and Hen
Tho above Beal Estate will be sold on MO
DAY, tho 3d October, in front of tho Coi
House; and the Personal Property will bo ac
on TUESDAY, tho 4th October, at the atc
and residence lately occupied by tho defer
Toi ma cash. Purohasors to pay for stani
and papers. P. F. F RAZEE, S. R. C
Sheriff 's Sale.
In ire Estate of Dorcas L. Thompson. Ex. pa
Ainsley H. Monteith, Administrator.
IN pursuance of an order made by t
nouorablo William Dutson Wigg, Judge
Probate for Richland County, I will sell,
thc FIRST MONDAY in Octorber next,
front of the Court House in Columbia, wit!
thc legal hours.
All that lot of LAND, with tho buildii
thereon, aituate on the corner of Gervaia a
Huger streeta, in tho city ot Columbia, ci
taming ono-fourth nf an acre, and bourn
on the North by Gervaia street; East
Robert Joyner; South by William Daub
and on the" West by Buger street.
Th- above described Lot will be divided ?
sold in two equal parte, a plat of which n
be been on filo in Sheriffs Oflico.
Thc personal property of tho estate
Dorcas L. Thompson, consisting of one S
inc Machino and ono Trunk.
TERMS OF BALE-The roal estate will bo e
for cash sufficient to pay costa and expeu
of theee proceedings and of Bale, and o
half of bill; the balance on a credit of twt
months, secured by bond andmortgago of
premises. The personal property will bo t
tor cash. Purchasers to pay for stumps
papers. P. F. FRAZEE, S. lt. (
Ex parte Mary Ann Stokes, et al.-Sale
l'art it io n.
BY virtue of an order made in tho ab
stated caec by W. H ut son Wigg, K
Judge of Probate "for Richland Count)*, I
sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY in October ll
before tho Court House in Columbia,
All that tract of LAND lying In thc Cor
of Richland, containing ono hundred and
acres, more or lesa, bounded South-wea
John Lynch'* land; North-west by John I
can's hind; North-cant and North-west
John Abbott'a land; North-east and Soi
east by Wallace's und A. Brown's land,
having auch other marks, buttings
bounds, aa aro mentioned in a plat of
land, made by A. Woathersby, Deputy
veyor, dated loth November, laiO.
All that tract of LAND, containing tw
acred, moro or less, situated in thc Conni
Richland, on North side of Crauo Ci
bounded North hyland of Thomas Weal
and John Abbott; Eaat by Boraar Ly
South by Crauo Crock; being part of a I
originally grunted to Francis Jones and
veyedto Mary Elders by J. Duncan, by
dated 23d June, 1838. Terms cash, rurel
to pay for papers and stamps.
Sept ll mth _ P. F. FRAZEE, H. R.
D. B. Miller, C. C. V., vs. Jonathan M. Bl
\j.-l!ill to Foreclose Mortgage, JUlicf, .
IS pursuance of tho decretal order of
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I will
on tho FIRST MONDAY in October i
within tho legal hours, in front of the L
lloiiso, in ( 'ol um bi. i.
All that Tract of LAND lying In Loxin
County, about nino mi les from the Coln
Bridge, containing four thousand ono
died and seventeen and one-half ( 1,
acres, more or less, bounded on the Nor tl
Wost by Cungaroo Creek; on tho East byl
granted to Jacob Geiger and Samuel Pen
lands of tho Messrs. Butler, and lands tor
ly belonging to-Rodgers: Sontb-ea
lands formerly belonging to (J dd frey ?Gc
South und South-wc-t by hinds grantc
Jacob Geiger, and lands claimed by tin
Jane s Gnignard, Senior.
Tr. H.M s OF SALI:.- Cash sufficient io pa
mortgage debt and Interest and cost of
ceedinga, the balun.i- on a. credit of ./lie
with interest from the day of salo, to I
cured by bond and mortgage of the prei
sold. Purchaser tu pav for stamps an
pus. P. F. FRAZEE, S. fl
BY virtue, of Bunchy executione, to mo di?
rected, I will eoll, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY iu Novombor noxt, in front of tho Court
HOUBO, in Columbia, within tho legal boura,
Ono BALE of COTTON. Levied on aa tho
property of Thomas W. Pope, at tho roapect
ivo Buita of Bichard Flanigan and D. C. Poix
otto & Son, vs. Thomaa W. Pope. TermB
caah. P. F. FBAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of an oxocutiou to mo directed, I
will Boll, on tho FIHST MONDAY in Oc?
tober next, in front of thc Court Doune in
Tho BUILDING, thirty-thrco feet by six
tecn feet, on tho South aldo of Plain street,
next West of E. E. Jackson's Drug Storo,
lately occupied by Richard Flanigm aa a 8I100
Storo. Levied on as tho property of Richard
Flanigan, at tho suit of Robert C. Shiver vs.
Bichard Flanigan. building to bo removed
in four days. Terme cash.
Sept ll mth_ P. Fj FBAZEE, 8. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writ? of fieri facias to
me diroctod, I will sell, on thc FIRST
MONDAY in Octobor next, in front of tho
Court House in Columbia, within tho legal
All that tract ol LAND situate in P.icblaud
County, sixtoeu miles from Columbia, on tho
Camden Boad, lying on both sides uf Colonel's
Creek, watera of Watereo Uiver, containing
fourteen hundred aerea, moro or lesa, bouud
ed by lands of William Miles, William Martin,
Benjamin Mile?, and the estato of Jesso De
Brutil and Burdoll. Levied on as tho property
of Thomas Hilton, at tho suit of E. F. Ilci ct
nf. rs. Thomas Hilton. Terms caBh.
Sept ll mth P. F. FBAZEE, S. lt. C.
In re Estate of H. Hinrichaou-Petition for
sale of personal property.
IN pursuance ot au order, mado by tho
Ilonorablo William Hutsou Wigg, Judge
of Prohato for Richland County, I will Boll on
tho FIRST TUESDAY in Octobor next, at tho
atoro recently occupied by Henry Hinrichaou,
on Richardson street, in tho city of Columbia,
within tho legal hours,
Tho entire stock in trado of which Henry
Hinrichson died possessed, consisting of
Groceries, Tobacco, Segara, Confectionery,
Tin-Ware, and an assortment of Shelf-Goods,
such aa aro usually kept iu a family gre eery.
TERMS OF SALE-CaBh. Purchaaer to pay
for stamps and necoeearv papera.
Sopt ll mth_P. F. FBAZEE, 8. R. C. .
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias, to
me dirooted. I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY and TUESDAY in October noxt, in
trout of tho Court Houio.'in Columbia, within
the legal hours,
All that lot of LAND, on tho North-east
corner of tho iutcraection of Richardson and
Plain atro ts, in the city of Columbia-bound
od on tho North by an alloy-way, separating
it from a lot of H. P. DcGraaf, measuring
thereon two hundred ami nine foot ton inches;
on tho East by an alley-way, separating it
from a lot of estato of Dr. Samuel Fair, mea?
suring thereon ono huudred and twonty-threo
feet uix inches, moro or less; on tho South by
Plain street, measuring thereon two hundred
and niue feet ten inchoe; and on tho West by
Richardson street, measuring thereon ono
hundred and twenty-throo feet six inches,
more or leas. .
Three Jacks, ono Jennet, ono Maro and ono
hundred and fifty head of Cattle, more or loss.
Levied on as tho proper of Thomas Davis, at
tho respective suits of Androw Patterson,
Assignee, and tho city of Columbia vs. Tbos.
The Cattle will be sold on TUESDAY, tho
.1th of October, at tho plantation of the de?
fendant, about twelve milos below Columbia.
Terms caah. P. F. FR*ZEE, 8. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry tax exocutions, to mo
directed, I will sell, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY IN NOVEMBER next, in front of tho
Court House in Columbia, within tho legal
hours, the following property, viz:
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the North-west
corner of Asaombly and Sonate streets, in the
city of Columbia, levied on aa the property of
Anna Lott at,(the suit of the city of Columbia
ts. Anna Lott, for taxea.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho South-east
corner of Richardson and Richland streets, in
thc city of Columbia, levied on aa tho pro?
perty of P. N. Lynch, at the suit ot tho city of
Columbia vs. P. N. Lynch, for taxea.
HORSE and BUGGY; also, tho Houso and
Lot on Asaombly etroet, between Plain and
Taylor streets, in tho city of Columbia, levied
on aa th-.' property of John Lynch, at the suit
of tho city of Columbia rs. John Lynch, for
Tho HOUSE and LOT on tho corner of
Richardson and Lumber stroeta, in tho city
of Columbia, levied011 aa the property of W.
Eyles, ut tlin euit of tho city of Columbia rx.
W. LyleB, for taxcB.
Tho HOUSE .iud LOT on the corner of
Taylor and Barnwell streets, iu the city of
Columbia, levied on as tho property of John
Burdell, at thu suit of tho city of* Columbia
CS. Johu Burdell, tor taxea.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, corner Laurel and
Mat ion streets, in the city of Columbia, lovied
on as the property of Mrs. Wylie, at tho unit
of thc city of Columbia Di. Mrs. Wylie, for
LOT, on thc corner of Washington and Ma?
rion si reeta, in the city of Columbia, levied on
aa tLu property of M. A. Shelton, at tho suit
of tho city of Columbia i s. M. A. Shelton, for
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on Lumber etrcet,
between Wayno and Gadsden streets, in tho
city of Columbia, as tho property of B. H.
Knight, at the suit of thc oity of Columbia V?,
B. H. Knight, for taxes.
That tract of LAND, containing Four acree,
more or less, situated on Gervais streot, be
vond tho Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad, in the city of Columbia, as the pro?
perty of lt. G. Lamar, Trust?e, at tho suit of
the city o? Columbia vs. R. O. Lamar, for
The HOUSE and LOT, on Lincoln afreet,
between Gervais and Lady streets, in the city
of Columbia, levied on aa tho property of
Emma Jackson, at tho suit o? the city Ol Co?
lumbia Bi. Emma Jackson, for taxea.
The HOUSE and LOT. on tb O cor nor of Lau?
rel and Wayne streetB, in tho city of Columbia,
levied on as the property of Jamed Dunning,
at the suit of tho city of Columbia vs. Janies
Dunning, for taxea.
The HOUSE and LOT, on Gervais street,
between Henderson and Barnwell streets, in
thu city bf Columbia, lovied on aa tho pro
pertvol A. G. Troiiholm, at tho Emit of the
city bf Columbia vs. A. G. Tronholiii, for
The HOUSE and LOT, <?n Bickens street,
between Tuvlor and Plain streets, levied 011 as
tho propcrtv of P?trick II. Flanigan, at the
suit of the "city of Columbia rs. Patrick H.
Flanigan, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT. Oil Gute.? street, be?
tween Senate and Pendleton streets, levied on
aa the property of the Estate of Jess.' Babb,
at tin-snit of the city of Cblumbia vs. the Es
t ito of Jesse Babb, tor taxes. Terms catii.
Hept 2:3 mth P. F. FRAZE!", s R. C.