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??ONBON, Ootober 10.-Versailles .Di?
been relieved from the payment of the
400,000 francs levied by the Prussians.
Squads of Prussian hue aura were
attacked on tho night of the 7th through '
the treaohery of inhabitants of the ]
village of Ablie. The town was after?
wards barned by tho Prussians as pun?
ishment. Numerous bodies of French
have since boen dispersed in that neigh?
? largo Bavarian force is South of j
It is understood that a battlo is immi?
nent near Toury. Tho Prussians have
returned there in force. Tho French,
with a considerable army, will meet |
Tours is full of volunteers and co
scripts from the South.
Gambetta is displaying great ability
Journa's of legitimist proclivities cou
demn the adjournment of the electious.
Other journals applaud tho measure.
All eulogize Gambetta's enterpriso anti
courage, leaving Paris a? ho did.
Conti, Secretary of tho Emperor Na?
poleon, writes to tho Brussels Journal as
follows: "My namo has been nsssociated
with tho publication of two documents
alleged to,have been found in the Tuillo
riec. -I submit, in explanation, that the
note about Bolgium, reported to be iu
my hand-writing, was not mine. The
Emperor never dictated Buch language
to me. Tho paper is doubtless one of |
the thousands which irresponsible parties
daily submitted to tho Emperor. His
letter to me I read, and, as framed, it
was a demand for money, attended by
threats of publishing scandalous papers.
I ordered him from my office. Permit
meto add that the reported manifesto of
the Emperor in the English papers is
TOURS, via LONDON, October 10.
During the sitting of the Government,
a crowd gathered in the oourt-ynrd of
tho Prefecture, displaying French and
American flags. Garibaldi was vocife?
rously cheered, and made a speech, ex?
pressing tho belief of the approaching
redemption of France. He wore n
Garibaldian costume and hat. Ho looks
healthy, but not 6turdy. In a subse?
quent address to the National Guard,
Garibaldi announced that ho was to
command all volunteers in tho French
The villages North of Paris which
were deserted on tho approach of the
Germans, are rcpeopled again.
Mr. Wade, English Secretary of Le?
gation at Pekin, telegraphs the Foreign
Office, September 2G, that all is quiet at
Pekin and Tien-Tain.
TOURS, October 10-Midnight.-Ths
Minister of War has tho following from
the commander of the 15th corps, dated
Orleans, this evening, at 9 o'clock : This
morning, the Prussians attacked our
forces at Arteneay; after a sharp fight,
the Prussians occupied the position.
General Begau, with five regiments,
four battalions and artillery, reinforced
the French. After fighting until 3
o'clock, we were compelled to fall back
into the forest, which is still held, and
will be held at any price. Tho enemy
are greatly superior in numbers.
TOURS, October ll.-Nothing from
Paris for two or threo days. It is report?
ed that Garibaldi will take his volunteers
into the Vosges. It is understood that
fighting was resumed to-day near Or?
leans. The scene of the battle of Arte?
neay, yesterday, was only threo hours by
rail from Tours. The authorities aro in?
dignant that the fifteenth corps was not
reinforced from tho posts here. Gen.
Boenliaki has been summoned to Tours
to answer the charge of leaving his post
to visit England. Count Do Paliuko offers
his services to France.
BKRLTN, October ll.-The following
is official: The Government of Prussia,
though unable to recognize the present |
Government of France, will not restore
LONDON, October ll.-The Chinese I
Government declines the guarantee
against further outrages on all the Catho?
lic buildings in Pekin.
A note from the Prussian Government
informs tho powers that Poris threatens
to hold out until Gtorved. In that event,
hundreds of thousands must die. Prus?
sia will be unable to feed Paris a single
day after the capitulation, as thero is
nothing edible within two days' march
of Paris. Nevertheless, Prussia must
prosecute the war. Those holding power
in Franco are answerable for tho results.
LONDON, October ll.-Metz advices to
Sunday say tho weather is very unfa?
vorable. Firiug from tho works is
steadily maintained. There is much
sickness in the army. The Prussians took
2,000 prisoners in tho last encounter.
Many Prussian wounded were removed
It is stated that Bismarck replied to
Lord Lyons, that whilo glad to mnko
peace, no truco proposition would bo
entertained for tho moment.
LONDON, October ll.-Margaret
Waters, the notorious baby farmer, was
hung to-day. She died protesting her
Five French iron-clads passed down,
going Eastward. Garibaldi advises tho
people of Nice and Savoy to discontinuo
agitation at present. It only embarrasses
the French struggles against Prussia.
TOURS, October ll.-Anothor body of
Prussian pioneers arrived. Gambitta's
balloon brought 39,000 letters. Tho
Prussians shoot all Franc-tireurers. This
is ono reason why tho tirourors carry tho
black flag. Tho papors aunouueo tho
death of Fredorick Charles. It requires
a largo force to protect prisoners from tho
indignation of tho people.
WASHINGTON, October ll.-Tho Post?
master-General, answering au inquiry
from Now York, whother mails will bo
sent by tho Cambria, says it is nusafo at
present lo despatch mails by tho North
NEIT ;?pKs:t rOutober< U^At fi large j
Coban meeting to-day, McMnlion, Byan
and .Jordon spoke. ." .....
The President recognizes ai Portc
gese Yice-Oonanls: Henry Hall Wood?
bridge at Savannah, and Clemens Gla
eius at Charleston.
PHILADELPHIA, October ll.-The elec?
tion is progressing with great spirit,
tho negroes voting for the first time un?
molested in some wards; in others, there
is some disposition to riot. The ma?
rines are at headquarters, and will act
promptly, in case of disturbance.
LOWRLL, October ll.-A boiler ex?
ploded at Allen's Mills, to-day, in Mid?
dlesex, and killed five persons.
OFFIOE NEW YORK ASSOCIATED PRESS,
NEW YORK,* October ll, 1870.-At n
special meeting of tho Now York Asso?
ciated Press, hold this day, all tho mem?
bers being present, tho following pre?
amble and resolution was adopted:
Whereas, falso reports have been pub?
lished by the Tribuno, charging upon
several members of this Association the
thoft or improper uso, in a mutilated
form, of special despatches to that
paper. It is hereby
Resolved, That this Association au?
thorises a contradiction of tue report in
tho papers of tho Association, and they
cun have an exclusive right to a despatch
of this character; and all who print the
whole or any part, as they choose, have
an equal right to consider as their own.
It was ordered by the Association that
the foregoing be signed by the President
and Secretary of the New York Asso?
ciated Press, and transmitted for publi?
cation to the members of said Association
and to all newspapers receiving de?
spatches from this organization.
[Signed] DAVID M. STOWE,
ISAAO W. ENGLAND, Secretary.
RICHMOND, October ll.-The difficulty
between James Barbour, editor of the
Enquirer, and Moj. Jos. Walker, mem?
ber of the House of Delegates from Ma?
dison County, growing out of an assault
made by the latter on tho former, at the
train of the Chcsapeak and Ohio Rail?
road, on Saturday, terminated last night,
with a peremptory challenge from Mr.
Barbour, which was declined this morn?
ing, on the ground that tho State can
disenfranohise participants in a duel.
Col. John S. Mosley bore Mr. Bosbour's
NEW ORLEANS, Octorbor ll.-Captain
Robert L. Bradley, a custom bouso em?
ployee, died last night from a slab re?
ceived Saturday night. Tho murderer
Joliebois and Garson, workmen, fell
from St. John's Church, to-day, a dis?
tance of sixty feet. Tho former waa in?
stantly killed, and tho latter seriously
Catarina Friedhoff, oxpired in a dental
chair, to-day, from the effects of chloro?
Andrew Rian and Jenny Swoouy suc?
ceeded in drowning themselves by jump?
ing into tbe Mississippi.
Deaths from yellow fever yesterday,
ST. Louis, October ll.-The bale of
cotton which took the sweeptakes pre?
mium of $1,000, was presented by the
owner, W. B. MoSpain, to the South?
ern Orphan's Educational Society, and
Bold to-day, at thirty-two cents.
AUGUSTA, October ll.-Tho city au?
thorities and Board of Trade are arrang?
ing on a grand scale for tho r?ception
and ontertainment of delegates to tbe
Agricultural Congress, convening on the
25th. The fair of the Cotton States As?
sociation opens at tbe same time, and
promises to be tho finest ever held
ROME, GA., October ll.-Owing to
the inclemiency of tho weather, this
morning, the Cherokee Fair, at this
place, is continued to Saturday night.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY!
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
OCTOBER 12TH AND 13TH.
THE ARKANSAS COMEDIAN,
Great Excelsior Minstrels !
ACOMBINATION of Versatilo Talent su?
perior to any heretofore brought before
tho public. Everything New, Moral and
Original. Consisting of CHARACTER PER?
SONATIONS and REFINED NEGRO MIN?
STRELSY. OuiOINALITY ANO REFINEMENT ?8
ADMISSION, $1-CHILDREN, 50c.
WATCO-MAKER AND JEWELER,
HAYING just received a largo and well
selected stock, consisting of
and FANCY ARTICLES, would most respect?
fully call the attention of his friends, and tho
Sublic in general, to call and oxamine his stock
cforo purchasing elsowhoro.
Having established, sinco 1805, a first-class
Jewelry Storo, lam bettor posted, aud keep a
liner aud larger assortment of goods,adapted
to this market, than any other house this side
of Charleston. Small " profits is my motto.
Rcpairiug in all its branches promptly attend?
ed to and warranted.
Oct 2_ISAAO SULZBACHER.
DB. LEWIS* two STORE HOUSES, oii
. Richardson and Laurel streets, former?
ly occupied by Thomas J. A H. M. Gibson,
havo undergone thorough repairs, aro now
ready to ront. Businoss mon disiring good
stands, will do well to inquire on tho promi?
ses for information. S. KRAFT,
Sept 28 _ _ Agont._
SOOTERS SCHOOL IN NEW YORK,
/fB^ MRS. EDWARD B. WHITE'S
*ClUlffg^ English and French RO\RDING
HiaBK SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES,
^Pgpjr No. 59 West 421 Street, opposite
*?3?F^ Reservoir Park. Augl9sw1f2mo
FINANCIAL AND COBU?K ROI AL.
COLUMBIA, Go tob ur 1*2.-Sales of cot?
ton yesterday 72 bales-middling 13J^,. ?
NEW YORK, October 10-Noon.-Flour
eteudy. Wk ont qm ot. Pork 26.25. Cot?
ton easier-uplands 16; Orleans 16X;
sales 1,000 bales. Freights firm. Stocks
steady. Money 5@6. Gold 13>?. Ster?
ling 8%; short 9^. 62's 12&.
7 P. M.-Cotton dall and declining
sales 2,800 bales; uplands 16. Flour un?
changed. Wheat steady. Corn un?
changed. Fork 2G.30@2G.50. Lard
steady. Whiskey active, at 89@89>?.
Groceries quiet and firm. Freights
firmer. Cotton steam J?; graiu 8. Mo?
ney unchanged. Gold~13>.i. Sterling
BALTIMORE, October ll.-Flour quiet
and firm. Wheat steady. Corn dull
Southern wbito aud red 95(q}.1.00. Pork
27.00. Shoulders 14??@?5. Whisk? y
scarce, at 90@91.
CINCINNATI, October ll.-Flour and
grain unchanged. Pork firmer. Bacon
sides 17i?@17??. Whiskey dull, at
ST. LOUIS, October .H.- -Flour un?
changed. Corn dull-mixed CO. Whis?
key 88. Bagging michauged. Corn dull.
GALVESTON, October ll.-Cotton
olosed dull-middling 13; sales 70 bales;
NEW OSLEANS, October ll.-Cotton in
fair demand-middlings 143^@11J^;
sales 3,900 bales; receipts 2,120; stock
MODILE, October ll.-Cotton dull
middlings 14%; sales 1,000 bales; re?
SAVANNAH, October ll.-Cotton in fair
demand-middlings 14^,'; Bolos500bales;
AuatJSTA, October ll.-Cotton closed
weak-sales 978 bales; middling 13%;
CHARLESTON, October ll.-Cotton less
active and lower-low middlings 14".j;
sales 100 bales; receipts 3,678; stock
LONDON, October ll-Noon.-Consols
92J?. Bonds 91-5?.
LIVERPOOL, Octobi* ll--Noon.-Cot?
ton Bteady-uplands 8%; Orleans 8%.
LIVERPOOL, October ll-Evening.
Cotton heavy-'Uplands 8l.<@85^; Or?
leans 8^@8j^; sales 8,000'bales.
TO THE LABIES.
Fall and Winter Opening.
( Main street,ne arly Opposite Columbia Hotel,)
HAS just returned from New
York, wheroshe selected an ele?
gant and varied assortment of
1 Goods in tho
Which will bo oponed for inspec?
tion ou WEDNESDAY next,
October 12, and to which tho attention of tho
ladies is particularly invited.
she has also a lino of elegant CLOAKS and
FURS, which aro well worth looking at.
CORSETS of every stylo, for ladies and chil?
dren. FANCY GOODS in ondlesB varietv.
OPENED THIS DAY, ono of tho most beau?
tiful atooks of
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
Ever shown in this market.
In Dress Goods,
Wo lead tho market this season, both in
STYLE and PRICE.
Has been bought on a "LOW RULING
BASIS" with Cotton, and wo proposo to givo
tho advantago gaiued by us to "TUE CUS
Nothing has contributed to build up our
EXTENSIVE and still increasing business moro
than our systematic "LOW PRICES" and
satisfactory stylo of business. All Goods aro
guaranteed as represented.
Tho BEST GOODS sold for tho "LOWEST
Wo aro Agents for tho EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE," one of tho best.
IV. D. LOVE ?fe CO.,
Columbia 11 .itel Building, Main street.
W. D. LOVE.
B. Ii. McCni-RitY. Oct 9
S. W. PORTER. R. M. STEEEL.
AND ALL IN NEED OF
SOMETHING TO WEAR.
THE varied aud extensivo assortment of
GOODS just received, at PORTER A
STEEL'S EMPORIUM, offers a raro opportunity
to dry goods buyers, who would combino eco?
nomy with good tasto.
Our stocks, in each department, aro now
complete, and will bear comparison with any
, in tho city. Wo challenge competition. Our
friends, aud tho public, aro invited to call and
examino for themselves, when wo feel confi?
dent that tho lowness of our prices, and
quality of our goods, will ensure their custom.
Wo onoto below a few of our loaders:
TARTAN PLAIDS, in all materials; Silk
Poplins, Roubaix Poplins, Empress Cloths,
Merinos,Comlot Cloths, Bombazines, Alpacas,
Dolaincs, Shawls, Cloaks and Furs, Blankets,
Flanela, Woolen Goods, Olovcs, Hoaicr>.
An unequaled lino of Domestic Goods, Tablo
Linons, Towels, Dolleys, Diapers, Bod Ticks.
Wo would call special attention to our
Gent's Furnishing Department, consisting of
Dress Shirts, Under-clothing, English and
Fronch Cassimercs, Domestic Cassimerea,
Tweeds, Tubby Velvets, Jeans, etc.
Sept 38 Hm ri_ _PORTER A STEELE.
2pr BBLS. N.J. 1 MACKEREL, new and
.J very line, juat arrived and for sale bv
Oct l HARDY SOLOMON*
FAMOUS HY HOODS KT111ISI1IT
J. H. ?fe M. L. KIN ARD.
"WE C0JI31ENCE ib0 FALLl SEA80N by openiug to an admiring PUBLIC
New and Elegantly-arranged DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Cur friends need no spocial invitation, THEY don't go anywhere else; hut tho groat m?seos
mu?t bo informed wu EUI: to buy to the best advantago. Wo assert, without foar of contra?
Our HOUSAH ls -fcfcLO 03NTE3
At which all parties will got ENTIRE SATISFACTION and FULL VALUE for their money.
Wo have tho BEST arranged Show Rooms in the Cm. Every portion of the largo space
is UH LIGHT AS OAT; buyers can SEE what they aro purchasing, and wo guarantee the PRICES
To say that our etock is I.AHOE, or VEBY large, br IMMENSE, would NOT convey HALF an idea
of thc extent and varioty that each of the
TWELVE WELL-STOCKED DEPARTMENTS CONTAIN.
O UL xr O ar pot Stock.
ALONE Is worth as mnch as any ordinary Dry Goods Store keeps altogether.
The Handsome French Plate Glass Front
Will indicate to strangers and visitors to our City WK EKE TO STOP AND BOY from thc
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS THAT
Can 1>e Found In this City.
Each Department is superintended by Gentlemen of long business oxporionce, and wo
have made special arrangements with a COMPETENT Upholsterer, to have Carpets, Oilcloths,
i Window Shades and Cornices cut to fit, and laid down or put np, so that the customer will
have nothing to do bat to mako tho selection, and wo will do the rest, and do it BIOHT.
Privato Residences, Hotels and Churches furnished on the most liberal terms and with de
?patch. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS cut ANY size.
Oct 9 J. H. Si M. li. KIN ARD.
The Largest and Choicest Stock
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
HOUSE- FURNISHING GOODS
HO VT ll OF BALTIMORE.
i THE subscriber is now receiving his FALL and WINTER SUPPLY of the
abovo, direct from tho manufacturers, and offers thom to consumers at NEW
^ YORK PRICES.
A full lino of CHOICE KEROSENE GOODS.
Oct 7 lmot
Large, New and Attractive Stock
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
THE undersigned begs to call tho attention of tho public to tho fact that he has nor?
opened at his new store, tnext door East of POLLOCK'S restaurant,) to bo knowe as
Goodman's Clothing Bazaar,
tho moat handsome lino of READY-MADE CLOTHING over offered in this city, of late
fashion. Wo call special attention to tho DERBY SACK, tho most beautiful over worn, hoing
of a cut to suit tho taste of every ono. Our lino of FURNISHING GOODS is completo in
tts branch, comprising in part a largo assortment of TIES. Como and purchase a CHOWN
PKTSCE or a LONDON CLUB. Wo offor largo inducements to purchasers of HATS, of which
wo have tho Silk, Crown Princo, King William, Von Moltke, Bismarck, and others too nume?
rous to boar description. Our stock of TRUNKS, VALISES and HAND-SATCHELd, is large
and variod. Cab, seo and bo convinced, that what wo havo said can bo depended upon.
Oct 8 D. GOODMAN.
IMPROVEMENTS, ADDITIONS, ETC.
OUR LARGE STOCK
DRY GOODS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC.,
A NEW DEPARTMENT, VIZ.:
AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW
A GOOD ASSORTMENT,
AND HAVE EMPLOYED
-A. COMPETENT 1S/L A_ OXT
WHO CAN ritO PERL Y PUT THEM UP.
Oct 1 Hmo R. C. SHIVER.
Fa?ua&fe ?ind J>?rfraUc 2r?cis ?/ J*ar^'n5
Land*-ATear iAo City.
.. BT JACOB LEVIN.
ON the FIRST MONDAY in November next,
I will sell, boforo the Court Honee, in Co?
lumbia, lr not dfepoeod of at private aalo.
Portions of tho TRACTS formerly owned by
Thomas and D. W. Taylor.
Tho varions tracts aro located, commencing
at South Boundary street, and eontinued to
three and-a-half miles from tho Stato House.
They consist of nowly cleared swamp, which
will produce from forty to sixty bushels of
com, without manure. Isinglass BO?IB, which
are tho mont cortain and productivo for cot?
ton and good uplands.
Poi tiona of these tracts will mako superior
brick. Thoy aro hy far tho moat dcairablo
farming landa offer ?Sd for salo sicco tho war.
Thoy aro contiguous to the city, and aro di?
vided into tr?cta of a size to suit all pur?
chasers: ConBiating of 12j; 174; 1&; 4G4; 4?4;
40.J; 33; 174; 48J; 55; 1G: 50; 80; 45 and 118
aerea. A plat of which can bo seen at my
THUMS ot* SALE-One-half caBh; the balance
payable, in twclvo months, eeoured by bond
and mortgago of tho premisos. Purchasers
to pay UH for all necoBBary paporB and stamps.
Oct ?) t
South Carolina-Richland County.
D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
Mra. Mary S. P. Gibbes, Mrs. Anna M. Guign
ard, et al., vs. James S. Guignard, as Ad?
ministrator, et al,
IN pursuance of tho decretal orclor passed
by bis Honor Judge John T. Green, on
tho 1st day of July, 1870,1 will sell the fol?
lowing REAL ESTATE in tho city of Colum?
bia, belonging to the estate of the late James
S. Guignard, Senior, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in November next:
1. Tho LOTS fronting on Rlohardaon Btreot
- foot, cornering on Plain street, and running
back (East) 203 feet to tho alloy-way to the
Court House square; bounded on tho South
by lots recently sold as property of Dr. B. W.
Gibbes, Sr., deceased. This property is con?
sidered as among the most desirable and eli?
gible sites for stores in tho city. It will bs
sub-divided, and proper plats prepared, which
can be inspected at tho office of the under?
signed in Columbia.
2. The well known and valuable Plantation
on Gill's Creek, about 7 milos from?Columbia,
containing 1,152 acres, moro or less; bounded
on tho East by lands of tho estato of O. R.
Bryce, deceased, and G. R.Starling, and lands
of Dr. A. Wallace; South by the '-Big Lake"
plantation; North by Gill's Creok. If desired,
will bo sold in parcels.
3. Tho Squaro of four acres in Columbia,
upon which tho Mansion House of the late
Jae. 8. Guignard, Sr., stood, surrounded by a
substantial brick wall; bounded on tho North
by Gervais atroot; East by Bull street; South
by Senate atroct, and Weet on Marion street.
Thia Squaro will probably bo divided into half
Tho entire property is sold freo from all
claim for dower, and tho purchaser takes in?
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash, remainder
payablo in ono and two years in equal inst al?
i?en ts, with iutoreat from dato of salo pay?
ablo annually, and secured by bond and mort?
gage; pu nd) a s er to insure and assign tho
policy to the undersigned. Purchaser to pay
for paner.j, stamps, Aa.
D. B. DESAU?S?BE,
Oct 8 t_Special Referee.
Desirable City Lots on Arsenal
THREE squaro ACRES on Arsenal Hill, lo?
cated between the Governor's mansion
and the resldenco of Mayor John Alexander.
Lot No. 1, bounded North by Lumber street;
West, by Pulaski street; South by lot No. 2,
and East hy lot of E. W. Wheeler.
Lot No. 2, bounded North by lot No 1; Weat
by Pulaski street; South, by Richland Btreot,
and East by lot No. 3.
Lot No. 3. bounded North by lot of E. W.
Whcoler; West, by lot No. 2; Sonth by Rich?
land street, and East by Wayne street.
Tho above aro very desirable for building
purposes, and present excellent opportuni?
ties for that or for investments, and will bo
sold in lota to auit purchasers.
FOR TERMS, ETC., apply to
D. C. PEIXOTTO &? SON,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants and
Real Estato Agenta. Oct 1 BW
3?AA ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
.OvJvJ on the Edieto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in this city, (5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen aerea LAND, near tho
city-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Eatato Agent.
IOFFER at private sale my PINE BLUFF
PLANTATION, on the Bluff Road, two
and three-quarter miles from Gadsden Depot,
on tho South Carolina Railroad, until tho tirai
Monday in November; if not disposed of at
that timo, it will be sold at public sale, in
'Persons wishing a valuable upland and
swamp placo united, will find tbemsolves
suited. For particulars, apply t.? me, on tho
placo, by lottor, addressed to "Hopkin's
Turn-Out, Richland County."
Sept 24 11G ISAAC T. WESTON.
THAT Valnablo Tract of LAND, lying
SPSon tho Barhamvillo Road and tho Char
ZaPotto Railroad, about 1} milos from tho
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
more or loss, and having on it a beautiful sito
?or a cnuutry residen -o, a moat excellent
Bpring of water, and accommodations for fivo
or aix hands; it is about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably Bituated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" gordon, lying be?
tween thc two branchoa which forms tho
stroam .flowing through Dr. Parker's placo,
and composed partly of the same soil on
which Dr. Parker raised ovor 200 bushels of
coru to tho aero. Possession given on the 1st
of January next. For furthor particulars,
apply at this office, or to
L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 3mo_Orangoburg, 8. C.
To Make Room
FoR my extensivo slock of DRY GOODS
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Ladioa' and
Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, UM?
BRELLAS, Ac, I offer my entire atock of
SHOES at ?pat. JACOS SULZBACHER.
Hopi 20 __
Ip I FT Y boxes new factory CHEESE just ar
1 rived, and for tale by
Oct 1 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
2ST P.RLS. RYE WHISKEY,
O 25 bbb. COHN WHISKEY, just arrived.
Come t? HARDV SOLOMON'S and soo it. Yo
country merchants, come. Oct 1