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irater*at!qg FoMlg? Iotclll ?rrtee.
Torna", Oct?ber 14.-Gambetta has
iosuod tho following proclamation : "In
habitante of Tours, I announce to you,
with inexpressible satisfaction, that on
the 12th inst., the more than ever heroin
people of Fur if), growing impatient be?
hind their ramparts, have determined to
march forward against bbc enomy. Here
is the bulletin of their first victory: On
the en tica zone around the oity the Prus?
sians have been driven out of all the po?
sitions which they had boon occupying
for three weeks towards St. Donia. They
have boon driven away beyond Stains,
Fierrefette nud Dugay on the East side.
Joinville, Cretil, Baubeigny and the
Plateau of Avron have boon recaptured.
They have been forced from Lebas,
London and St. Cloud, and thrown back
on Versailles. The enemy know now
what a people wish who are determined
to save their institutions and their honor.
I invite the provinces to do their duty
as Paris hos done hers. Vive la Paris!
Vive la France/ Vive la R?publique!"
The General commanding the Fif?
teenth Corps makes the following re?
.'LAFERTC, ST. AUBIN, October 13.
Yesterday the enemy continued to ad?
vance towards Orleans. Ou>r troops,
who were on the road to Puris, and hud
taken part the day before in the battle
at Artheuay, gave way. A brigade of
tho third division, who tried to oppose
the enemy's advance, being constantly
opposed by forces more numerous and u
superior artillery, had to fall back on
Orleans, disputing tho ground foot by
foot. I was obliged, in order to oheok
the enemy's progress, to go forward,
personally, with three battalions of thc
reserves belonging to the second divi?
sion. The enemy bad been checked foi
three hours, but ut last we wero broker
and overcome bv their shells, after sllarr.
fighting, which does honor to our army.
I determined to evacuate Orleans ant
to withdraw to the left bank of the Loire
Retreat was effeoted in good order."
LONDON, October 14.-There is violen
resistance in all the French cbanne
ports to the shipment of food iu auj
The rumored proposal of Bismarck ti
reconstruct the Holy Alliance is regard
ed as equally false and absurd.
Menotti Garibaldi bas arrived at Mar
seillos, on his way to Paris. Recceotti ii
also expoctcd in that city.
No military oommand bas been offeree
Palikao by the Government, UH hus beei
AU batteries the Prussians attemptet
to erect against Mont Valerien hove beet
destroyed. The Prussian engineers hnv
been driven from Clamont, M o tulon um
Villeguif and Caohaon have both beet
recovered by the French on the North
The Prussians have been driven back a
far as Denil and Ronneuil.
The entire peninsular around Genvil
Hers has been freed 'from the Prussian
by- H over ul strong ea val ry reconnoissauoe
and is now in French hands. On th
East of Paris a lively cannonade ha
been maintained toward Bondy. Th
Prussians have also been driven fror.
Cbampigay, more than three miles Eas
of Vincennes. Tho Prussian circl
around Paris is therefore expandi?
daily, instead of contracting, aud th
French are greatly encouraged.
Demonstrations lately occurred i
Paris favorable to a radical chauge i
the Government. Tho origin was at
cribed to Flourens and Louis Riant
The movement was utterly insignifican
The French army iu the South has t
a nucleus three cavalry regiments whic
were sent South from Paris beforo th
investment of the city, and the Algeria
infantry, and troops formerly serving i
the Western Department, making a toti
of 6,000 effective men.
LONDON, via BERLIN, October 14.
despatch states that courts-martial in tl
Prussian lines make short work of d
Credit for arming tho German peop
has been raised to $23,000,000.
Tho commander of Toul died at Mi
den recently of small-pox.
LONDON, Ootober 14.-By n balloo
that left Paris on the 10th instant, a
vices have been received, which sta
that the city is amply supplied with pr
visions onough on hand to last thr
months. An official decree has be(
published, postponing the payment
rent for three months. The Odeon b
been converted into a powdor magaziu
The grand Opera House is full of urn
Tho fire from Fort Mont Velarians muk
dreadful havoo among the Prussiat
continually breaking their circle.
A special despatch from tho Hag"
says great agitation prevailed upon t
discovery thut the King was about to c
clare war with Russia.
A deserter from Metz says, wh
bread and salt are entirely exhaustt
there is an apparent plenty of ott
provisions. Tho Germans now in E|
nal number 7,000. Tho Prussians oct
py the heights at Soissons, which tl
have fortified. The town is makini
gallant defence. The Prussians aro
force at Meting. The Prussian reser
aro moving Northward from the vicin
of Rresaob and Sobestadt.
The final siege of Soissons and V
dun bas commoucod; both for tifien tu
are well supplied with artillery and
perienced gunnors. General Debon
Baden Minister, has boon appointed
command of the Baden cootinge
Tho Prussian earth-works before M
trolorian aro irksome to tho French ?.
rison, whoso fire is incessant. Tho C
mans nro gonornlly passive, and '
remain BO till all preparations for bi
bardmont have been completed. '
sorties of the French at Paris have
boen successfully repelled. A he
siege train has just arrived beforo P
TOURS, October 15.- Tho Fri
tieurs attacked the Wurtembnrg cav
in tho forest of Fontainebleau,
killed many, capturing a largo ame
of stores. Oari^r?|;\^"B^eo& (
New Bro isa i ck is bombarded co nota ut! j
and answers vigorously.
Vessels arriving here to-day, from
Martinique, report having passed, on
the 12th September, an American steam
LjVEfepOOii, October 15._TH* Btesijs
sbip ludio landed 200 Papal Zouavoa at
this port yesterday. They were taken
aboard at Genoa, and will be sent to
their homesion Wednesday.
LONDON, October 15.-A dreadful ac?
cident occurred at Mitchell's ship-yard,
Newcastle-on-Tyne, yesterday after?
noon. A large iron vessel, unfinished,
fell over, crushing a number of work?
men. Six bodies have 4>een recovered;
six others are visible, but not accessi?
ble; twenty wera seriously wounded.
LONDON, October 15.-The German
garrison of Stenay, captured by tho
French from Montmedy, numbered only
sixty men. The Prussian videttes retired
before the Mobiles at Mairtecez. Ba
zaiue's activity is undiminished. He
makes frequent sorties, harassing the
PARIS, October 15.-Tho Mobiles dis?
perse groups of people aronud the
Hotel De Ville. A uow political club
has been formed; among its members
aro noted journalists aud lawyers. The
first session was held Monday uigbt,
when au organization was effected.
Military movements among both Prus?
sians and Parisians indicate that a great
movement is imminent.
Thiers was received by tho French
Legation at Floreuce on Thursday.
LONDON, October 14.-The Church
Congress is in session at Southampton
to-day. Earl Nelson moved and spoke
in favor of n more intimate union, with
non-conformity, ou the basis of the
recoguition of kindred points of belief
and disregard of points of dissent. The
tendency of tho succeeding discussion
was favorable to the proposition.
LONDON, October 15.-Tho American
ship Sorrento, of Liverpool, for New
Orleaus, was wrecked; crew saved.
Ridley, Sous Sc Co., of Liverpool,
The Prussians have retired from
Bretenio to Laon. A recent Puris lettei
says there is no sickness and uo lack ol
food or courage-ou my honor.
The Prussian Minister at Brussels de?
mands the punishment of tho Independ?
ence Beige, for partisanship aud untruth
ROME, October 15.-Mazziui has beet
excluded from amnesty.
LONDON, October ?5.-The Germar
Democrats continue their protest!
against Jacobi's d?tention. Tho Empe
ror couvokes the Austrian and Hunga
rian delegations, November 21, at Peeth
TOURS, October 15.-There was sha? r
fighting, uear Orleaus, yesterday
Nothing official to-day.
A Paris letter of Tuesday says th?
Prussians aro moving Southerly-th?
Mobiles following. Troops have beer
sent in other directions, as a precaution
ary measure. Several deserters have
beeu sentenced to death. Precaution
have been taken against Gustave Flou
rons. No balloon to-day-wind unfavor
able. Eleven wagons, containing frui
aud vegetables, were captured from tin
Prussians, near Chattelon.
Burnside bas returned to Versailles
Ho is expeoted back to-morrow. It i
said peace negotiations are progressing
The people of Paris seem determined ti
oppose poace based on cession of terri
tory. Steel guns, to carry 9,000 meters
are beiug manufactured. Much imp?t
tance is attached to Prussian inactivity
The Parisians desire au attack from tin
Tho following is official: A recnuuoit
sance to Laferto drove off the Prussia
camp ut Santlillou.
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CHARLESTON, October 15.-Arrived
sleumships James Adger, New York
Falcon, Baltimore; barque Annie Kim
ATLANTA, October 13.-TueGoverno
to-day approved, and transmitted b
telegraph, the joint resolution of th
General Assombly.inviting the Presider
and Cabinet to visit tho State duriu
Fair wqok. A joint Committee of th
Souate and House has beon appointed t
meet tho President and party at tb
State line. It is expected that the Pr<
sident will leave Washington by specii
traiu on Tuesday moruiug, and reac
hero Thursday, tho 20th. The Cit
Council also adopted resolutions extern
ing tho hospitality of tho city to tho ii
vited guests of the State.
Whito frost hero this morning.
WILMINGTON, October 14.-Thestoao
ship Washington, which cleared this po
to-day. took fire nine, miles below tl
city aud was run ashore on tho point <
Big Island. Tho cargo consists of aboi
700 barrels turpentine, 300 bales of co
ton and a few barrels of rosin. TM
hours sicce tho tiro had burst throug
tho upper deck, and there is no doul
tho vessel will prove a total loss. Ol
of tho city fire companies, with a stout)
er, has been despatched to the seem
in the hopo of saving part of tho carg
The cargo is fully insured.
ATLANTA, GA., Ootober 15.-The cc
ner-stouo of tho monument to the Co
federate dead was laid to-day, in tl
cemetery, by Grand Master Sama
Lawrence. Among the articles deposite
was a beautiful Confederate flag, pi
sontod by Miss Sullio Edwards. T
monument is being built under t
auspices of tho ladies of tho Memor;
MOIJILE, October 15.-Deaths frc
fever to-day 18; total to dato 87.
NEW ORLEANS, October 15.-Deal
from yellow fever for tho last two days ]
NORFOLK, October 14.-A largo Ame
can ship is reported ashoro at Wa?
woods, about twenty-two miles South
Capo Henry. Name unknown. Assi
anco has gone to hor.
ROCHESTER, October ID.-Tho Uuil
States Marshal to-day received pard
papers for tho Fenian prisoners, w
will be liberated this evening.
Sher wood, Democrat, d?r?ats Armstrong,
Republican, in the 8th District, for Con
WASHINGTON, October 14.-A very
large and impressive meeting of citizens
waa held to-night, at Metzoroti Hall, to
Leo. Tho meeting was presided over by
W. W. Corcoran, Esq., with a number
of Vice-Presidents and Secretaries. A
series of resolutions were adopted, unani?
mously expressive of the sentiments of
the community, after which addresses
wero delivered by James M. Carlisle,
Esq., Richard T. Merrick, Esq., and
Col. W. P. Phillips.
General Lee remarked, two years ago,
to General Pendleton, that he did not
expect to live longer than two years
more. The evening he was taken sick
he was unusually bright and cheerful.
The remote reason of General Leo's
death was the long continuance of do
pressing moral causes, oommencing with
weighty responsibilities and anxieties
during tho lost yoar of the war, and thc
effect which the overthrow of the cause
he loved and the condition of the South
Hinco has had upon him. He bore all
with calm exterior, and devoted himself
to the duty of the hour, but the fibres of
his grent heart were at last broken. Thc
proximale cause cd his death was mental
and physical fatigue, inducing venous
congestion of the brain, which gradually
caused cerebral exhaustion and death.
WASHINGTON, Ootobor 15.-There is
no doubt that tho President has accepted
tho resignation of Cox, Secretary of the
Interior, to take effect about the 1st of
Upon application from citizens of
Charleston, Judgo Rond has appointed
Federal managers of elections in that
city-one from each' political pnrty for
each votiug precinct. These appoint?
ments arc made under thc Act amending
the naturalization laws. Mr. Fuller, the
messenger, with the appointments, leaves
The following sergeants of tho Bigual
aorps have beeu appointed: J. E. Evans,
Montgomery, Ala. ; J. R. Allen, Augusta,
Ga. ; D. A. Daboll, Mobile, Ala.
Despatches from nearly every cit}' and
village of the South report progress of
or preparation for Lee obsequies. The
universality of the sorrow excludes the
expression of it from the telegraphic
SAN FBANCISCO, October 14.-Tho
steamship Continental, from Mazatlan,
with a full cargo and full complement of
passengers and a large mail, encountered
a severe gale on the 28th of September,
in tho gulf, and sprung a leak. Her
pumps were worked twelve hours, when
the vessel was abandoned. Six boats,
filled with passengers, shoved off.
Seven passengers and the second cook
refused to leave tho steamet', and went
down with her. Two boats arrived at
Cape St. Lucas on the 30th. Other
boats landed near the same place. The
following is a list of the lost: Manuel
Rubio, Mazatlan; Jose Monas, San Luis
Potosi; J. R. Lyttle, Mr. Martinenz and
three Mexicans, names unknown. The
steamer and crow is a total loss.
NEW YOKE, October 15.-Tho race for
tho cup worth fifty guineas, between tho
Dauntless and Cumbria, resulted in a
victory for the Dauntless, by fourteen
minutes. The course was from Sandy
Hook Point to tho stake boat, twenty
miles to windward and return.
NEW YORK, October 15.-The Herald
special, dated Paris, 5th, says fresh pa?
pers of correspondence of the Imperial
family had been found at the Tailleries,
which provo conclusively the existence
of an organized espionage on the whole
country, by tho Government-evon to
the watching of public, functionaries,
who denounced each other. Several
well known ladies wero employed in this
espionage. The documents all bear an?
notations in the baud of the Emperor.
The letter-carriers and clerks of the
post office wory bribed into service. Ro
ports of the secret police also show pecu?
lations of the Imperial functionaries in
contracts for lighting the city.
Tho//ero-W'sspecial, dated Tours, 14th,
says the Herald's correspondent had an
interview with Garibaldi, whosaj's: "His
qniet simplicity and dignity of manner
much impressed me; his countenance is
sad, with a worn look in thc eyes. He
informed mo that ho mado his escape
from Caprera in a fishing smack, pro?
vided by his friend Col. Rondini, who ac?
companied him. Ho asked many ques?
tions relativo to tho merits of the Whit
morth, Scneider and Enfield rifles, with
a view to finding what is best. After
expressing his determination to remain
with the French to the last, ho asked,
why will not tho noblo American Repub?
lic-tho clor? and admiration of f*ll freo
people-send material aid to the young
and struggling Republic of France?
Italy, France and Spain anxiously await
ono determined word from America, to
cast off forever their detested chains.
The Geueral spoke with remarkable
Foil my extensive stock of DIIY QOODS
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Ladies' and
Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, UM?
BRELLAS, Ac, I offer my entire stock of
SHOES at coet. JACOB ?SULZ RAC 11 ER.
MKS. AI. W. STRATTON, Propi t. < i i HH.
TRANSIENT BOA K7>,$2.00 PER J>A V.
Oft 12 Imo
To Make Room
COLUMBIA, October 16.-Sales of cot
toft, 'yesterday, 103 bales-middlings
Nsw YORK, October 15- Noon.-Flour,
corn and wheat a shade firmer. Pork
dall-mess firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard quiet,
ui steam. .Colton firm
aplauda 15%; Orleans 17%; sales 2,000
balos. Freights firm. Stocks steady.
Government's steady. Bouds 12%.
Gold steady, at l'?)4. Money 6@7.
Sterling 8% for long; 9% for short.
7 P. M.-Money easy, at 4(3)5. Ster?
ling nominally unchanged. Gold 13 } ?@
13%. Goverumonts quiet-G2's 12%.
Southern's dull and generally unchang?
ed. Cotton strong and demand good;
sales 5.000 bales-uplands 15%; Or?
leans 16. Flour 5@10c. better. Wheat
2@3o. better. Corn a shade firmer.
BALTIMORE, October 15.-Cot'on
steady-middlings 15; sales 200 bales;
CINCINNATI, October 15.-Flour firm
and iu fair demand, at email@example.com. Corn
unsettled-DOW 40?45; old 53@55.
I Mess pork drooping, at 25.50. Lard
firm. Bacon steady-shoulders 13^ ;
clear sides 18%. Whiskey unsettled, at
ST. LOUIS, October 15.-Flour quiet
and unchanged. Corn dull-mixed 55;
white GO. Whiskey dull, at 87%@88.
Provisions dull. Mess pork 25.25@
25.50. Clear sides 19. Lard 1G?16@.
BOSTON, October 15.-Cotton firm
middlings 15%; eales 300 bnles; stock
CHARLESTON, Ootober 15 -Cotton firm
middling 14%@14%; sales 500 bales;
receipts 2.0GG; stock 20,245.
MOBILE, October 15.-Cotton steady
middling 14%; sales 500 bales; stock
GALVESTON, October 15.-Cotton iu
fair demand; prices have advanced
good ordinary 12%@13; sales 350 bales;
NEW ORLEANS, October 15.-Cotton
firm and held higher and active-mid?
dlings 14%@14%; sales 2,000 bales;
stock 51,708. Flour dull-superfine
4.50; double 5.25; treble 5.75@G.OO.
Corn lower-white 70; mixed GS. Some
sales pork at 27.00-holders ask %o.
higher. Bacon-jobbing shoulders
15%@20. Sugar and molasses scarce
aud nothing doing. Whiskey-reotified
90@1 02%. Coffee-primo 17.
LONDON, Ootober 14-Evening.
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 14-Evening.
Cotton-uplands 8%@8%; Orleans 8%
@8%; sales 12,000 bales; export and
speculation 4,000; stoik 240.0.0 bales,
including',30,000 American. Manchester
LONDON, October 15-Noon.-Consols
9214?92 a?. Securities quiet and steady.
G2's 89%. Stocks steady.
LIVERPOOL, October 15-Noon.-Cot?
ton opened dull-uplands 8^8@8>.i;
LONDON, October 15-3 P. M.
Consols closed at 92%@92%.
LIVERPOOL, October 15-3 P. M.
Cotton closed firmer-upluuds 8%(oj8%;
sales 12,000bales; speculation aud export
3,000. Bombay shipments to tho 14th,
since last report, 8,000.
S. W. POUTER. lt. M. STEEEL.
T 3E3I 33 LADIES,
AHO ALL IN NEED OF
SOMETHING TO WEAR.
11HE varied and extensive assortment of
. GOODS just received, at PORTER A
STEEL'S EMPORIUM, offers a rare opportunity
to dry goods buyers, who would combine eco?
nomy with Rood taatc.
Our atocka, in each department, aro now
complete, and will bear compariaon with any
in the city. Wo challenge competition. Our
frienda, and the public, are invited to call and
examino for themselves, when wc feel confi?
dent that tho lowneaa of our prices, and
quality of our goods, will ensure their custom.
Wo qnoto below a few of our leaders:
TARTAN PLAIDS, in all materials; Silk
Poplins, Roubaix Poplins, Empress Cloths,
Merinos, Comlet Cloths, Bomba/.ines, Alpacas,
Delaines. Shawls, Cloaks and Furs, Blankets,
Pianola, Woolen Gooda, Qlovea, Hosiery.
An unequaled line of Domestic Gooda, Tablo
Linuna, Towels, Doileys, Diapers, lied Ticks.
Wc would call apecial attention tn our
Gent's Furnishing Department, consisting of
Dress Shirts, Under-clothing, Eugliah and I
French Cassi m eres, Domestic Caaaimeres,
Tweeds, Tubby Yelveta, Jeana, etc.
frcpt 28 gmo _ PORTER A STEELE.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into the manufacture of
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
au;! purchased cf Messrs. Wright A Vino, one
of their new patent Brick Machines, capable
or turning ont from 40,000 to 60,000 bricka per
day, are now prepared to make contracta and
furnish parlies with any quautitiea of bricka
dcaired. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, at bia
atore, or at tho South Caroliua Bank and
Trust Company. Sept 3
Bagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties.
AFULL SUPPLY constantly on hand and
for salo low, by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Valuable City Property.
By D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON. Auctioneers.
On MONDAY, tho 7th day of November next,
in front of the Court House, in thia city, at
10 o'clock, wo will sell,
That doairablo piece of properly in this
city immediately opposite the Oil Factory,
containing 2J aerea, bounded North by Gatea
street, ou Weat hy Lincoln etreot, on South
hy Miaa E. Stevens. Ou tho premises ia a
good dwelling. Terms cash. Oct 10 ml
Desirable Building Lot.
By D.C. PEIX0TT0 & SON, Auctioneers.
ON MONDAY, tho 7th day of November noxt,
in iront of theCuurt House, in thia city, at
10 o'clock, wo will sell,
A doairablo BUILDING LOT, in thia city,
fronting and bounded on tho South by Plaiu
street, measuring thereon sixty ((?0) feet; on
the Weat by residence ?u* F. L. Carduzo; on
the East bv lot of G. G. Newton; on tho North
by lot of D. B. Miller. The said lot is 208 feet
eight inches, moro or leaa, in depth. Tho
above properly can bo treated for privately
before day of aalo. Terms made known at
sale. Oct 1?, 21,2."?, 2!) Nov 1, 3, 0
?> Y virtue of sundry writ? of fieri Jacio*, to
J mo directed, I will sell, on the first
ONDAY lp November next, in front of tho
Coori House, ia Columbi?, within the legal
All that PliANTATION or Traot of Land,
in Richland County, containing eighteen
hundred Cl,800) acree, mero or less, sad
hounded on the North by R. and J. U. Adams;
East by J. U. Adamu; South by-Ooiger,
and on the Weat by Robert Adams. Levied
on as the property of Isaao T. Woston, at tho
respective suits of Maria L. Bower, Aduiiui?-'
tratrix, Moultrie Weston, Executor, Robert C.
Shiver, John McLaughlin and William Glaze
vs. Isaac T. Weston. Terms cash.
Pot IC mt h_r. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of an oxocution, to mo directed,
I will Bell, on tho first MONDAY in No?
vember next, in front of the Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, on Richardson
stroot, in tho city of Columbia, on which is
erected that large and commodious Building,
known aB tho "Columbia Hotel;" bounded on
tho North by Thomas E. Gregg; on tho East
bv Richardson street; on tho South by Davis*
alloy-way, and on the Wost by C. J. Dollin
and M. H. Berry. Lovied on SB tho property
of Thomas Davis, at the suit of Jesse G.
Lykes, Administrator of George E. Hipp,
deceased, vs. Thomas Davis. Terms cash.
Oct IC mth P. F. FRAZEE, 8. E. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs of tieri facias to
me directed, I will sell, on tho FIttST
MONDAY in November next, in front of thc
Court House, in Columbia, within tho legal
All that tract of LAND, situate in Richland
County,sixteen milos from Columbia, ou the
Camdon Road, lying on bott Bidos of Colonel's
Creek, waters of Watereo River, containiug
fourteen hundred (1 400) acres, moro or loss;
bounded by lauds of William Milos, William
Martin, Benjamin Milos, and tho estate ol
Jesse DeBrnhl and Burdell. Levied on as the
froporty of Thomas Hilton, at the suit of E.
. Mei et al., vs. Thom an Hilton. Terms cash.
Oct 15 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BBOa Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of sundry writs of tieri facias,
to mo directed, I will sell, tin thc Aral
MONDAY in November next, in front of thc
Court House, in Columbia, within tho lega!
All that HOUSE and LOT, in tho city o
Columbia, situated on tho West eido of Pick
one street, between Taylor and Plain streots
and bounded on tho North by-Edder?
ton; on tho East by Pickens stroot: on tin
South by J. P. Southern, and on tho WCBt b;
-McAlister. Levied on as the property o
Patrick H. Flanigan, at tho suit of Thoma
R. Evans, el al., vs. Patrick *H, Flanigan
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Oct 10 mth
J. Robert Scay, Executor, cs. William F. Scaj
Edwin T. Williams and wife, and others.
IN pursuance of thc decretal order of th
Court of Common Pleas, sitting In EMU it j
in the abovo case, I will sell, on the FIRS
MONDAY in November next, in front of th
Conrt House, in Columbia, within tho legs
All that PLANTATION, situated in th
County of Richland, near Ringville, belongin
to the estate of tho late Jamen II. Seay, dc
ceased; tho said Plantation comprising 2,35
acres, moro or Ieee, consisting of severs
separate parcels. The Plantation will bo sol
in ono body; and a plat thereof may bo sec
on fila in the office of the Clerk of tho Coui
of Common Pleas, in connection with prc
ceodings in the above case. Will be sold e
tho risk and costs of tho former purchaser,.
Robert Seay, he having failed to comply wit
terms of sale.
I THUMS.-Cash sufficient to pay tho cost s <
proceedings and of sale, and one-fourth of tl
remainder of tho purchase money; the halan?
of tho purchase money in three instalment
with interest from tho day of sale; to be s
cured by bond, with good personal securitie
aud P. mortgage of tho premises. Purchaa<
to pay tho costs of ezucuting titles, bonds ar
mortgage, including stamps.
Oct Ki mth_P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. (L
BY virtue of sundry tax executions, to n
directed. I will sell, on the first MONDA
in November next, in front of tho Cou
House, in Columbia, within thc legal hour
tue following property, viz:
All that lot of LAND, on the South-ca
corner of tho intersection of Richardson at
Lady streets, in the city of Columbia, levi,
on as the property of C. C. Singleton, at tl
suit of the city of Columbia vs. C. C. Singl
ton, for taxes."
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho North-wc
corner of the intersection nf Gervais ai
Winn streets, in tho city of Columbia, levi
on as tho property of P. W. Fuller at the si
of the city of Columbia us. P. W. Fuller, I
Tho House and Lot, on Plain street, I
tween Sumter and Richardson streets, in t
city of Columbia; levied on as the propel
of Dr. Samuel Fair, at the snit of tho city
Columbia r.s. Dr. Samuel Fair, fur taxes.
The House and Lot. on Lady street, bet we
Assembly and Gates streets, iii tho city
Columbia; levied on as tho proporty
itichard Tozer, at thc suit of the city of (
hunbia vs. Richard Tozer, for taxes.
Thc House and Lot, used and occupied
Richard Tozer, as a Machine Shop and Foi
dry, situated on Washington street, betwe
Gates and Lincoln streets, in tho eily of (
lumbia; levied on as the property of Rich?
Tozer, at the suit of tho city of Columbia
Tozer A McDougal.
Tho House and Lot, ou tho corner of Wa
ington and Gadsden streets, in tho city
Columbia, at the suit of tho city of Oolnml
The HOUSE and LOT, on Marion stn
between Plain and Taylor streots, in the <
of Columbia, lovied on as tho proporty
Simon May at tho suit of tho city of Colum
rs. Simon May, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on Laurel street,
tween Bull and Pickons streets, iu tho cit.
Columbia, levied ou as tho property of Jar
T. Sims at tho suit of tho city of Columbio
James T. Sims, fur taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho East sid
Assombly street, betwoen Plain and Ta;
streets, in t ho city of Columbia, leviod on
Gie property of Charles J. iiollin at tho ?
of Ibo city of Columbia vs. Charles J. Bol
The HOUSE and LOT, on tho West sid<
Richardson street, between Blossom
Wheat alrcota, in tho citv of Colum
bounded North by CfOaar Ourly, and Soutl
A. Trager, lovied on as the property of !
Sarah Brown at tho suit of tho city of Col
bia vs. Mrs. Sarah brown, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho South
cornor of tho intersection of Huger
Laurel streets, in tho city of Columbia, lc
on as tho property of Clara Allston at
suit of tho city of Columbio KS. Clara Alls
The HOUSE and LOI, on Gates street
tweon Washington and Lady streets, in
city of Columbia, levied on ad thu properl
j William Wadlow at the auit of the city- of
I lumbia rs. William Wadlow, for taxes.
TERMS-Cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R.
I Oct 10 m
Valuable andr Desirable t Q-qctt of Farming
. tonds- Near1 the CUy.
BY JACOB LEVIH.
ON the FIRST MONDAY in Novomber next,
I will sell, before ?ho Court Honee, in Co?
lombia, If not disposed of at privato sale,
Portions of tho TRACT8 formerly owned by
Thomas and D. W. Taylor.
The various tracta are located, commencing
at South Boundary street, and continued to
three and-a-half milos from the State House.
They consist of newly cleared swamp, which
will produce from forty to aixty bushels of
corn, without manure. Isinglass soils, which
are the moat certain and productive for cot?
ton and good uplanda.
Poi tiona of these tracts will make superior
brick. Thoy aro by far tho mbat desirable
farming lands offered for sale since tho war.
Thoy are contiguous to the city, and aro di?
vided into tracts of a aize to suit all pur?
chasers: Consisting of 12$; 174; 18; 104; 4?4:
404; 33; 474; 48J; 55; 40: 00; 80; 45 and 118
acres. A plat of which can be seen at my
Trioih OF SALK-One-half cash; tho balance
payablo iu twelve months, secured by bond
and mortgage of the promises. Purchasers
to pay ua for all necessary papers and et amps.
South. Carolina-Richland County.
D. C. PE1XOTTO Sc SON, AUCTIONEERS.
Mrs. Mary ti. P. Gibbes, Mrs. Anna M. Guign
ard, et al., vs. James S. Guignard, as Ad?
ministrator, el al.
IN purauanco of the decretal order passed
by bia Honor Judge John T. Oreen, on
thc lat day of July, 1870,1 will aoll the fol?
lowing BEAL ESTATE in tho city of Colum?
bia, belonging to iiie eaiate of tho late Jamos
S. Guignard, Senior, on thc FIRST MONDAY
in November next:
1. Tho LOTS fronting on Richardson street.
- feet, cornering on Plain street, and running
back (Ea-at) 208 feet to tho alley-way to the
Court Houae square; bounded on the South
by lots recently sold as property of Dr. IL W.
Gibbes, Sr., deceased. Thia property ls con?
sidered aa among the moBt desirable and eli?
gible sitea for stores in tho city. It will b?
sub-divided, and proper plata 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 miles from Columbia,
containing 1.152 aerea, moro or leus; bounded
on tho East by lands of tho estate of C. R.
Rryce, deceased, and G. R.Starling, and lands
of Dr. A. Wallace; South by the ''Big Lake"
plantation; North by Gill's Creek. If desired,
I will be sold in parcels.
3. Tho Square of four acres in Columbia,
upon which tho Mansion House of the late
Jas. S. Guignard, Sr., stood, surrounded by a
substantial brick wall; bounded on the North
by Gervaia street; East, by Bull street; South
by Sonate street, and West on Marion street.
This Square will probably bo divided into ball
acre lots. ,
Tho entire property is sold free from ali
claim for dower, and tho purchaser takes in?
THUMS OF SALE-One-third cash, remainder
payablo iu one and two years in equal instal?
ments, with interest from date of sale pay?
able annually, and secured by bond and mort?
gage; purchaser to insure and assign the
policy to tho undersigned. Purchaser to pay
for paner J, stamps, A.c.
D. B. DBSAUSSURE,
Oct 8 J_Special Referee.
BY virtuo of sundry writs of fieri facias, to
mo directed, I will sell, ou tue FIRST
MONDAY and TUESDAY in November next,
in front of the Court House, iu Columbia,
within the legal hours.
All that lot of LAND, on the North-east
corner of tho interaection of Richardeon and
Plain Biretta, in the city of Columbia-bound?
ed on the North by an alley-way, separating
it from a lot of H. P. DeGraaf, measuring
thereon two hundred and nine feet ten inchee;
on tho East by an alloy-way, separating it
from a lot of estate of Dr. Samuel Fair, mea?
suring thereon one hundred and twonty -three
feet six inchon, more or leas; on the South by
Plain street, measuring thereon two hundred
and nine feet ton inches; and on the West by
Richardson street, measuring thereon one
buudrcd and twenty-three feet six inches,
moro or less.
Three Jacka, ono Jennet, one Mare and one
hundred and lift y head of Cattle, more or less.
Levied on as tho property of Thomas Davis,
at tho respective anita of Simeon Rawl and
Jamea Campbell, survivor of Campbell &
Milling, VS. Thomas Davis.
The Cattle will bo aold on TUE8DAY, the
lat of November, at the plantation of the de?
fendant, about twelvo miles below Columbia.
Terme cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Oct 13 mth
BY virtuo of sundry tax executions, to mo
directed, I will sell, on the FIR8T MON?
DAY IN NOVEMBER next, in front of the
Court Houso in Columbia, within the legal
hours, the following property, viz:
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the North-west
corner of Assembly ajid Senate streets, in the
city of Columbia, levied on as the property of
Anua Lott at,.tho suit of the city of Columbia
r.s. Anna Lott, fur taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the South-oast
.omer of Richardson and Richland streets, in
thc city of Columbia, levied on as tho pro?
perty of P. N. Lynch, at the suit of the city of
Columbia cs. P. N. Lynch, for taxes.
HORSE and BUGGY; also, tho Houso and
Lot on Assombly street, between Plain and
Taylor st roots, in the city of Columbia, levied
on as tho property of John Lrnch, at thc suit
of tho city of Columbia rs. John Lynch, for
Tho HOUSE and LOT on the corner of
Richardson and Lumber streets, iu the city
of Columbia, levied on aa the property of W.
LvlcB, at tho auit of tho city of Columbia rs.
W. LylcB, for taxes.
Tho nOUSE and LOT, corner Laurel and
Marion streets, in tho city of Columbia, levied
on as tho property of Mrs. Wylie, at tho suit
of tho city or Columbia vs. Mra. Wylie, for
LOT. on the corner of Washington and Ma?
rion streets, in tho city of Columbia, levied on
as the propertv of M. A. Shelton, at the auit
of tho city of Columbia vs. M. A. Shelton, for
That tract of LAND, containing Four acree,
more or lesa, situated on Gervais street, be?
yond the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad, in the city of Columbia, as the pro?
perty of lt, G. Lamar, Trustee, at the suit o?
the city of Columbia vs. R. G. Lamar, for
Tho HOUSE and LOT. on Lincoln street,
between Gervais and Lady streets, in the city
of Cul umbi a, levied on aa tho property of
Emma Jackson, at the suit of the city of Co?
lumbia rs. Emma Jackson, for taxea.
The no USE and LOT, on tho corner of Lau?
rel and Wayne streets, in the city of Columbia,
levied on as tho property of Jamea Dunning,
at tho suit of the city of Columbia is. James
Dunning, for taxes.
v Tho HOUSE and LOT, on Pickcns elreet,
between Taylor and Plain atreets. levied on as
the property of Patrick II. Flanigan, at tho
suit of the city of Columbia rs. Patrick II.
Flanigan, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT. on Gates street, be?
tween Senate and Pendleton streets, levied on
as tho property of the Estate of Jesse Rabi?,
at the suit of the city of Columbia rs. the Es?
tate of Jesse Babb, for taxcH. Terms catii.
Sept 23 mth P. F. FRA/.EE, S. R. Ci