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ELECTION BJGTUUNS, .
O^BBTBB, Ootober 19.-The Ifojmbl?'
can majority ia estimated at something
over 600. ..' *
OAKDEN, October 19. - 1,812 > - votes
polled in the city:*. "It .is supposed SOD
colored persons voted Che Reform tickW.
Gonn ty boxes not yet heard f rom. '
CHARLESTON, Ootobei 19.-The .elec?
tion in the oity passed off quietly. The
total vote polled waa 11,231-white.5,182;
colored 6,049. It is estimated that Car?
penter's majority in the city will amonnt
to 1,600. Reports from the islands are
unfavorable. The negroes committed
outrages at the polls and maltreated the
Reformers. The upper part of theCouuty
polls a heavy vote for the Reformists. It
is thought the Reform County ticket will
be elected, although no definite result it
known yet. Bates' election is conceded.
Tho ballots are to be counted on Tues,
day next, Ootober 25.
Interesting Foreign Intelligence.
LIBBON, October 18.-Later from Ric
Janeiro: Gena. Goley and Lopez arc
pursuing Lopez and Jordan, rebels
whose early submission is anticipated
Montevideo is besieged by the insur
gouts. The oitizenB are greatly alarmed
FLORENCE, October 18.-There ari
complaints that foreign governments an
tardy in ' directing Ambassadors to re
cognize tho nov? order of things at Rome
A-ball is .expected dissolving the Ocu
menical Council, on the ground tba
there }is no place for its freo session
Mazzini is hero; ho goes to Rome.
MAPUTO, October 18.-The port o
Barcelona ifc stilt closed. Rodrigue
declines a place in the Ministry.
BR?SSELS, Ootober IS.-The Indt
?endenca Belga contains an attack o
?isrnnrck'e polioy, and charges him wit]
dealing with insinuations unsuslained b,
TOURS, October 18.-Paris -news i
favorable. Tho Sei no is bridged, nfFort
ing communication with Forts Havonto
and J?ry. The Mobiles make sucoessfc
sorties. Sharp-shooters effectively anno
the German Hues of communication
No official intelligence from Orlean
to-day. The Government withholds ii
formation, to insure success of stratogi
movements. . Shells were thrown int
Chateau Dun, this afternoon. A tel?
gram from Dizon announces that th
Germans occupy Veso ul.
There being no United States repr
sentative in Tours, the French Govert
ment requests the Now York Associate
Press to make known to the America
people its desire to make a new post
treaty between the two nations.
LONDON, October IS.-Tho Gover
ment abandoned the proseoutiou i
Flourens at the instance of Rochefort.
Sr. PETEBBBCBG, . Ootober 18.-Tl
press censor has been removed, for allo'
ing articles abusive of tho King of Pm
VERSAILLES, Octobor IS.-Official a
vices from Epe.nal announce that tl
new French Corps, which arrived the
a few days ago, had fled-part went
Belfort, and the bulk by rail to Dijo
The population is conciliatory. T
Prussians occupy. Vesul, tweuty-sev
miles from Basancon.
TOURS, October 19.-A credit of 10i
OOOf. has been opened by the Govei
ment for balloon services. Metuu w
occupied >y tho Franc-tireurs on t
17tb. Tho Prussiaus are levying bea
contributions under the acts for tho <
structiou of towns. Troops in lai
numbers continue to pass through Toi
FLORENCE, Octobor 19.-After int
viewing the Ministry, Thiers left
Tours, with the cordial sympathy of 1
people and Government.
LONDON, Ootober 19.-Tho Viet
correspondent of the Standard, 6i
Prussia will gladly accept any terms
peaoe which will reliove her of a win
campaign. The correspondents univ
sally believe that a g?neral.bombardm
will be opened in a fortnight. The Pi
sians find great diiheuity in suppress
lawlessness in their rear and aroi
The oxpeoted battle at Orleans bas
curred. The French flod after six ho
fighting, leaving tho bridgo ovor
Loire intaot. The forces engaged w
about equal. No further particul
3,000 Prussians defeated 8,000 Frei
mostly Mobiles, at Eteual. The (
mans are now fed from supplies captu
in Normandy and Orleans. Burnsi
peace negotiations utterly failed.
TOURS, October 19-Official.-'
Prussians captured Chateau Dun afb
ten hours fight. A force of Natii
Gnard and 900 Franc-tireurs dispi
every inoh of ground. The Pms
force was 8,000. Nothing official f
large armies confronting near Orle
It is understood that tho Frenob
slowly falling back, while the Prusa
seem to be withdrawing towards Orle
Tours is filled with French troops
armed. A band of American Irish
lunteers have just reached herc.
IJONDON, October 19.-The explo
of an ammunition wagon, near Se
caused a panic. Tho gates wcro cl
and draw bridges lifted. Tho explo
was caused by a smoker's pipe. ?,
were killed and wounded. A sortie :
Paris, on tho 14th was driven back.
French aro entrenching at Viii-.
Five hundred French Guard Mi
prisoners escaped from tho Germn
LONDON, October 19.-A dosi
from Chateau Dun says tho Pius
havo commenced bombarding that \
Tho army of tho Duke of Mooklonl
Schwerin, 22,000 strong, outered
sons Sunday. 50,1.00 pounds of nc
uitiou was found in tho city,
thought at Lillo that tho surroudei
brought about by treachery, instil
by rao-'iBon?^ft?a; w?j? art?wfr'to
Unthrone, wit? OEtfWni?MReSont T
VEawAHiiiBS, OotoW- 19.-The Prus?
sians drove 3, OOO Mobile Gardes from
Or i teal on tho 1*2 tb. Gen. Von W order
reports that the enemy in hie front bas
retired to Belfast and Dijon.
Toura, October 19.-Details of the>
occupation of Orleans by the Prussians
have been reoeived. The enemy took
all horses. The soldiers "tf?re qbartered
on the people, and they ate, drank and
wasted excoaaively. The officers are
studying the maps carefully. 'The Prus?
sians' strength is 95,000. They evaouat
od the loft bank of the Loire. Tho
German merchants aro undisturbed.
The Papal nuncio is expected to-day.
News from Marseilles is unfavorable.
The Garde Civique is troublesome.
Gambetta orders all railway companies
to hold trains in readiness to move
troops nt a moment's notice.
LIVERTOOL. October 19.-The ship
Alhambra has two feet of wuter iu her
hold. The ships Doreby, Mayflower
aud Fawn, havo returned to Cardiff,
Wales, damaged. They experienced
LOUISVILLE, October 18.-William nnd
Henry Klein and Jes6e Jones were com?
mitted without bail for the murder of A.
T. Avery, near Middletown, Ky.
HELENA, October 18.-Martin Ste?
phens, who fell into a sixty-feet shaft
Saturday, was found dead yesterday.
NEW YOBK, October 18.-The Ham
I monia, with cotton and tobacco and 100
passengers, is in the lower bay, waiting
a favorable opportunity to get to sea.
German steamers carry rosin for extra
steam in emorgenoies.
OSWEGO, October 18.-There bas been
a terrific galo since morning. Several
vessels are ashore.
CHARLESTON, Ootober 19.-Arrived
Steamships Champion and Ashland, New
STAUNTON, VA., October 19.-Mr.
Corcoran, the banker, of Wushington,
while attempting to mount the moving
cars, was strnek by an obstruction on
the platform, and bad a narrow escape
NEW TOBE, October 19.-Winslow La?
nier & Co.'s paying teller is absent with
$50,000. The firm withheld tho name
and won't prosecute. Two persons were
sentenoed to-day to niue years imprison?
ment each, for perjury in a divorce case.
The St. Laurient sailed to-day full of
rifles, cannon and howitzere, recently
sold by the United States Navy Depart?
ment. Mr. Davis has arrived in Cuba.
Judge Anthony Hartman aud oity mar?
shal Donovan have been arrested for
violation of the registra laws.
WASHINGTON, October 19.-Bismarck
bas sent a despatch to Baron Gualt, a
copy of which has been furnished to the
Department of State, lt is dated Mar?
seilles, yesterday, in which he says the
object of Germany is not conquest, but
to secure a new boundary, which will
prevent futuro invasion by the French
CHARLESTON, October 19.-Tho elec?
tion passed off quietly, but excited in?
tense interest. lu this city, business
was suspended. Tho contest was be?
tween the Republicans and Union Re?
formers. Owing to peculiarities, tho
i official result will be withheld for one
week, but it is conceded that the Re?
formers will carry tho city by 1,000
mnjority. Both parties claim the State.
The contest iu this District, between
Bowen and his mulatto contestant, is
close. Both parties arc Republicans.
RALEIGH, October 19.-The State Fair
I is progressing finely, with excellent
FORTRESS MONROE, October 19.-There
was a parade of the fire department in
Norfolk, to-day, in commemoration of
Cornwallis' surrender at Yorktown.
California Seed Oats.
-AA BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
OUU SEED OATS, for sale hv
_Pdt 9_EDWARD HOPE.
,i f\ C\(\f\ LBS. supciior IRON
*?V./.VJUVJ TIES, for sale low bv
*>f\(\ L?s- choice SMOKED BEEF, for
O\JVJ salo hv EDWARD HOPE.
THAT desirable BRICK STORE, on Main
JjjPstreet, formerly occupied by Mr. n.
*-U4*HiDriehson, nearly opposite tho Pmi:xix
office. Apply on the premises._Oct 10
C. D. EBERHARDT,
Washington street, near Main,
BEOS to inform his patrons and citizens
generally that ho has received the latest
PATTERNS for gcntlemon's fall and
winter garments. Ho has also a beauti?
ful assortment of GOODS, of various grades,
in tho way of CLOTHS, CA3SIMERE8 and
VESTINGS, which will bo inado up at short
notice, in tho vorv best mannor.
Ho ie Agent for the /ETNA SEWING MA?
CHINE, which is in uso by H o vend families in
this city, and who express themselves highly
gratitiod at its operation, ladies and heads
of families geuorally aro invited to call and
C. F, JACKSON
"S now prepared to exhibit to tho ladies a
_ handsome assortment of
m aire cm inp .RIDA
Of the latent styles.
VELVETEEN FOR CLOAKS,
In BLACK, ROYAL PURPLE and WHITE.
: COLUNIA, QotoberJ?O.--Sales of-opt
tpu yesterday 5& bu\Q8^m?ddlingaB>?
Hiv YORK, Obtob?r 19-Koon, - Flour
slmdo Armer. . Wheat lc. bolter. Corn
heavy. Cotto? a shade crbler-upiantis
16@16>?. Stocks very steady. Money
6@6. Gpld. 12#., Sterhog-^ong 8&;
Bbort9J? ' Wft 12^. : - ; v i: "
7 P. ~fi??-XJottou weak-sales 2,000
bales; uplands lCjjj. Flour"-Stato abd
Western firmer, in low grades;.superfine
firstname.lastname@example.org; Southern firm-common to
fair extra email@example.com; good to choice
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat in moderate export
demand-winter red and amber WoBtorn
2.38(rt)2.4iy, Corn closed a shade firmer,
nt 82^83. ' "Pork quiet, nt 26.00. Lard
unchanged. Whiskey firmer, at 94@95.
Freights firm. Money uuohangod. Gold
BALTIMORE, October 19.-Flour dall,
with prices less firm. Wheat steady.
Corn dull nud lower-white 70@90.
Whiskey firm, at 92. Provisions, un?
changed. Middling cotton 15,%; sales
800 bales; receipts 1,200; stock 4,455.
CINCINNATI, October 19.-Floor quiet
and unchanged. Corn firm and scarce
old 55; now 44@46. Pork and lard
quiet and unchanged. Bacon in fair de?
mand and advancing-shoulders 13%;
clear sides 19.
ST. LOUIS, October 18.-Flour and
corn unchanged. Whiskey 88. To?
bacco firmer. Bagging and rope un?
changed. Pork 25.00. Shoulders 19>?;
clear sides lS,1^.
GALVESTON, October 19.-Cotton .in
good demand and prices advanced-good
ordiuary 13}?; sales 200 bales; receipts
244; stock 7,813.
NEW ORLEANS, October 19.-Cotton
active aud higher-middling 15@15??;
sales 5,500 bales; net receipts 728; stock
MOBILE, October 19.-Middling cot?
ton 1434; sales 500 bales; receipts 1,394;
SAVANNAH, October 19.-Cotton'active
-middlings 14^@14%; sales ?00 bales;
receipts 3,777; stock 48,187.
CHARLESTON, October 19<-Cotton
quiet-middling 14>?@rl4%; salea 150
bales; net receipts 1,808; exports coast?
wise 1,980; stock 21,789.
92??. Bonds 89^.
FRANKFORT, October 19.-Bonds 95)?.
LIVERPOOL, October 19-3 P. M.
Cotton opened firm and is now easier
uplands 8%; Orleans 8^.
LIVERPOOL, October 19-Evening.
Cotton quiet and unchanged-sales 12,
: 250 SAW ;
: 245 SAW :
: 210 SAW OINS, warranted in :
: quality second to none on tho :
: continent, juat received and for :
: eale VERY LOW. :
: Oct 9 LO HICK & LOWRANCE. :
MRS. S. A. SMITH
WILL opcu THIS DAY, all tho
novelties in FALL MILLENERY
and FANCY OOODS; also, a hand
Rome assortment of trimmed
DRESS PATTERNS, to which she
invites thc special attention of
AU orders, eithor in MILLENERY or DRESS?
MAKING, attended to with promptness and
.lea pat cl i. _Oct 12 1m
'"TO THE LADIES.
Fall and Winter Opening.
(Main ?[reel,nearly Opposite Columbia Hotel,)
HAS just returned from New
York, where she selected an eic
.Kaut aud varied assortment of
1 Goods in the
Which lias boen opened for in?
spection, and to which the atten?
tion of thc ladies is invited.
She has also a lino of elegant CLOAKS and
FURS, which aro well worth looking at.
CORSETS of every alvie, for ladies and chil?
dren. FANCY GOODS in endless variety.
HAVING just returned from a visit to tho
North, I can recommend the following
TEAS, of my own ??lection. NEW CROP, per
Pacific Railroad, and only FORTY DAYS from
China and Japan:
ChoicOBt MOYUNE GUN-POWDER.
Choicest Movuno RYSON.
Finest Uncolored JAPAN.
Choicest "TRUE" 8CHOUCIIONG.
Fiuest Oolong "CHAGIE TEA."
These, with others, comprise the best
assortment that can bo offered in any market,
and having been bought at recent reduction
in gold value, aro iu every way worthy tho
attcntiou of economical purchasers.
Oct 8_GEO. SYMMERS.
THE aunual convention of "Tho Survivors'
Association of tho Stato of South Caro?
lina," will bo held at Columbia, on the second
THURSDAY of November next, during tho
Oration to be delivored by General John S.
This Association ia organized "for the pur?
pose of collecting anil preserving tbo records
relating to tho late war, and tho materials for
its history, and also for tho purpose of assist?
ing our comrades who aro unable to labor by
reason of wounds recoived or disease con?
tracted in tho service, and tho widows and
orphans of thoao who fell in tho diachargo of
Thu "Slate Association" is composed of tho
"District Associations." Each District Asso?
ciation is "cntitlod to send five dologatoB" to
tbo annual convention.
Tho obied in view appeals to the hearts of
our people, and it ia hoped that every Dis?
trict will organize an association and send its
(?uglied,) WADE HAMPTON, Pros't.
A. C. HASKELL. Secretary. Oct 18
Og* All papers in the State will pleapecopv.
JUST recoived, a supply of fresh CRACK5
Elis, BISCUITS,atc., consisting of
BUTTER CRACK LUS,
Foible by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
ULI NE EY GOODS.
, sa-^?Btook of MILLINERY GOODS, in
?"?^BONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS,
Foatboroy FJowors, Ao., whiqh ?he
~-, -Vf ill Boll nt tho lorvoot pricaa ever
offered in this city.
Done in the most fashionable ettie and on
reasonable terms. Rooms over Heiso'e Con
foctioncry Storo._Pot IB Imo
jmnm THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
SGKon tho Barhamville Boad and tho Char
"?~ lotta Bailroad, abont 1^ milos from the
city of Columbia, containing twenty-ono acron,
moro or loss, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country residence, a mo Ht escollen t
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or six hands; it is about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably situated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lyiog be?
tween tho two branches whioh forms the
stream .flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of the same soil on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of !
corn to tho aero. Possession given on tho 1st
of January next. For further particulars,
apply at this o?lco, or to
L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 3nio_Orangeburg, S. C.
IOFFER at privato sale my PINE BLUFF
PLANTATION, on the Bluff Road, two
and t breo quarter milos from Gadsden Depot,
on tho South Carolina Railroad, until the il ret. I
Monday in November; if not disposed of at
that timo, it will be sold at public sale, in
Persons wishing a'valuablo upland and
Bwamp place united, will dud themselves
suited. For particulars, apply to me, on the
place, by letter, addressed to "Ii o pk i n's
Turn-Out, Richland Countv."
Bout 24 tl6_I8AAC T. WESTON.
3?AA ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
.OUV/ on the Edisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in this citv, $6,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, noar tho
city-$3,000. Apply to JOHN BA?SKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
To Blake Room
FOR my extensive stock of-DRY GOODS
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Ladies* and
Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, UM?
BRELLAS, Ac, I offer my entire stock of
SHOES at coat. JACOB SULZBACHER
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS AND COUPONS, JURY CER?
TIFICATES. COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, Ac,
bought and Hold by D. GAMBRILL, ' :
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
August 21 3mo
vga THE euBoribcr is now in receipt of his
S*FALL and WINTER STOCK, consisting
(fjf of CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES aud VEST
* 1NG8 of tho very latoat stylo and pat?
terns, which has been" carefully selected by
himself, and invites the public to call and ex?
amine the .-atuc, as ho has ono of thc llncst
assortments of goods in his line that ever came
to this market. Have also on hand a splen?
did assortment of the STAR SHIRTS, -souio
of thom the finest ever manufactured.
8ept 24_J. F. EISENMANN^_
B. '& W. C, SW A FF 1 E LD.
AHEAD AS USUAL.
OUR PALL STOCK
AND GENT'S j
NOW IN STORE.
The Largest and Best Stock
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
MEN and BOYS' HATS of overv descrip?
tion, TRUNK8, VALISES, SHAWLS,
RUGS, DRESSING GOWNS, Ac.
A suporior SHIRT, never before offered in
this market, mado to order without extra
Tho largest line of French and English
CLOTHS and VESTINGS over offered. With
additional facilitios in our workshop, wo aro
determined that our Custom Department
shall bo unsurpassed.
HATS and CLOTHING at wholesale
R. A W. C. SWAFFIELD,
Sept 10_Colombia Clothing House. _
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
HAVING just received a largo aud well
selected stock, consisting of
and FANCY ARTICLES, would most respect?
fully call thc attention of his friends, and tho
Cubbo in geuoral, to call and examine his stock
eforo purchasing elsowhcro.
Having established, tunco 18C5, a first-class
Jewelry Store, I am bettor posted, and keep a
finer and largor ausortmcnt of goods, adapted
to this market, tb an anv other house this sido
of Charleston. Small ' profits is my motto.
Repairing in all its branches promptly attend?
ed to and warranted.
Out 2_ISAAC SULZnACHEIL_
K ri BAGS RIO COFFEE, for salo low to
OU dealers by EDWARD HOPE.
?X^n - ii inimiiM?? mi WiT? J m? ww JmTwjtfw'i w "i. y m H i..i ?..?mu? n.
- "?. WeU-Kcpt Furniture.
By D. C. PE3C^0X?Q.& SON, Auctioneers
THIS (Thursday) MORNING, the 20th, at 10
o'clock, lu front of our auction atoro, we
will eel], without reserve,
A large aasortmont of well-kept FURNI?
TURE, consisting of Sofas, Mahogany Hair
Seat Chaira, Cane Seat Chairs, Cane Seat
Rockers, Office Chaira,Bedateada, Mattresses,
BuroauB, Office Tables, Round TableB, Crock?
ery and Glass Ware, Cooking Stove complete,
Mantel Clocks, Lamps, Child's Leather Car
riago, Child's Oaue (Seat Chairs, with many
other articles useful in house-keening.
1 barrel Family Flour,
1 barrel Moaa Pork.
Tiloso in want of tho above articles will do
?ell to attend this ealo.
WILL be offered for sale, on SALE DAY
in December next, that GRAIN and
COTTON PLANTATION in Abbeville County,
ucar Calhoun's Mills, ou Calhoun's Crook,
containing 1.G00 acres, moro or less, bounded
by lauds of eatato of Jamos Taggart, Mrs.
Catherino Alston, John Link, aud others.
Tho improvementa are good, thoro aro ac?
commodations for twenty-live or thirty labor?
era, aud foncoa in good repair. Almost 250 or
300 aerea aro creek bottom land, and almost
800 acres timbored.
Tho placo can bo treated for privately, and
with it will be sold, if desired, MULES,
HOR8ES. 8TO0K.CORN, &o.
If not aold, it will bo rented.
Apply to WM. H. PAUKEN, at Abbeville Court
House. E. L. PARKER.
Oct 15 420_.
South Carolina-Bichland County.
D. O. PEIXOTTO & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
Mre. Mary 8. P. Gibbes, Mrn. Anna M. Gnign
ard, et al., vs. James S. Guiguard, aa Ad?
ministrator, et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order passed
by his Honor Judge John T. Green, or
the 1st day of July, 1870,1 will soil tue fol
lowing REAL ESTATE in the oity of Colum?
bia, belonging to the estate of the late James
8. Guignard, Senior, on the FIRST MONDAI
in November next:
1. The LOT8 fronting on Richardson street
- feet, cornering on Plain street, and running
back (East) 208 feet to the aRey-way to th?
Court House square; bounded on tho Soutl
by lots recently sold aa property of Dr. R. W
Gibbes, Sr., deoeaeod. Thia property is con
sidered as among the most desirable and eli
glblo sites for stores in tho city. Uv will b
sub-divided, and proper plata prepared, whicl
can be inspected at tho offieo of the under
signed in Columbia.
2. The well known and valuable Plantatio:
on Gill's Creek, about 7 mUea fromiColumbia
containing 1,152 acree, moro or lesa; bouude
on the Eaat by landa of the eatate of O. F
Br veo, deceased, and G. B. starling, and land
of Dr. A. Wallaoe; South by tho "Big Lake
plantation; North by Gill's Crack. If desiree
will be sold in parcela.
3. The Square of four acree in Columbia
upon which tho Manaion Houao of the lat
Jas. S. Guignard, Sr., stood, surrounded by
substantial brick wall; bounded on tho Nort
by Gervais street; Eaat by Bull street; Sout
by Senate street, and Weat on Marion stree1
Thia Square will probably be divided into ha
' Tho entiro property ia Bold freo from a
claim for dower, and the purchaser takes it
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash, romaindi
payable in ono and two years in equal insta
men ls, with interest from dato of salo pa;
able annually, and secured by bond and mor
gage; purchaser to insure and assign tl
policy to the undersigned. Purchaser to pi
for pane?, stamps, Ac.
D. B. DsSAUtS?RE,
Oct 8 J Special Referee.
BY virtue of sundry tax executione, to u
directed, I will soil, on tho FIRST MOI
DAY IN NOVEMBER next, in front of tl
Court House in Columbia, within the log
boura, tho following property, viz:
? Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho North-wc
corner of Assembly and Senate streets, in fl
city of Columbia, levied on aa tho property
Auna Lott atdtho auit of thc city of Culumb
vs. Anna Lott, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho South-on
.orner of Richardson and Richland street*,
tho city of Columbia, lovied on aa thc pi
porty of P. N. Lynch, at the auit ol thc city
Columbia vs. P. N. Lynch, for taxes.
nORSE and BUGGY; also, tho House a
Lot on Assembly atreot, between Tlain a
Taj lor slrcctB, in thc city of Columbia, levi
on aa thc property of John Lynch, at the st
of the city of Columbia t*. John Lynch,!
Thc IIOUbE and LOT on tho corner
Richardson and Lumber streets, in the e
of Columbia, levied on as the property of
Ly les, at tho Buit of tho city of Columbia
\V. Lyles, for taxes.
Tho nOUSE and LOT, corner Laurel n
Marion streets, in the city of Columbia, lev
on aa the property of Mrs. Wylie, at the s
of the city of Columbia ts. Mra. Wylie, :
LOT. on the corner of Washington and 3
rion streets, in the city of Columbia, levied
aa tLe property of M. A. Shelton, at the s
of the city ol Columbia cs. M. A. Shelton,
That tract of LAND, containing Four act
more or lea?, situated on Gervais atreot,
youd tho Charlotto, Columbia and Augu
Railroad, in tho city of Columbia, as the p
perty of R. G. Lamar, Trustee, at tho BU?I
tho city of Columbia vs. R. G. Lamar,
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on Lincoln Btn
between Gorvaia and Lady atreota, in thc i
of Columbia, loviod on aa tho property
Emma Jackson, at the suit of tho city of
lumbla vs. Emma Jackson, for taxed.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho corner of I
roi and Wayne atreota, in the city ofColum
lovied on aa tho property of James Dnniii
at tho suit of the city of Columbia rs. Jai
Dunning, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on Pickcns Btr
between Taylor and Plain stroets, levied ot
tho property of Patrick H. Flauigan, at
suit of the "city of Columbia vs. Patrick
I'lanigan, for taxes.
Thc nOUSE and LOT. on Gatea etreot,
tween Senate and Pendleton streets, lovicc
as the property of tho Estate of Jcaae Ri
at the suit of the city of Columbia vs. tho
tale of Jesse Rabb, for taxea. Terms eau
Sept 23 roth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. I
BY virtue of sundry write of fieri facia
mo directed, I will noll, on tho FI
MONDAY in November next, in front of
Court House, in Columbia, within tho 1
All that tract of LAND, aituato in Richi
County, aixteeu milea from Columbia, on
Camden Road, lying on bott aides of Coloi
Creek, waters of Watcrco River, contait
fourteen hundred (1.400) aerea, moro or I
bounded by landa of William Milea, Will
Martin, Benjamin Miles, and tho ealat
Jeasc DeBrnld and Burdell. Lovied on ae
property of Thomas Hilton, at tho suit c
F. Dei et al., D?. Thomas Hilton. Terms c
Oct 15 mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. Ii.
BY virtue of tuh?rj tax'executions, lo mo
direoted, I wiH adi, on the flret MONDAY
in November - next, in front of the Court
House in Columbio, within tho legal honre,
the following property. tte: !
All that lot Of LAND, On the South-east
corner of the intersection of Richardson and
Lady atreete, in the city of Columbia, levied
on as tho property of C. C. Singleton, at the
anit of the city of Colombia rs. 0.0. Single?
ton, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on the North-west
corner of the intersection of Gervais and
Winn streets, in the city ot Columbia, levied
on aa the property of P. W. Fallor at the suit
of the city of Columbia ts. P. W. Fuller, for
Tho House and Lot, on Plain street, be?
tween Sumter aud Richardson streets, in the
citv of Columbia; levied on as the property
of Dr. Samuel Fair, at the ault of tho city ot
Columbia ts. Dr. Samuel Fair, for tax?e.
Tho House and Lot, on the corner of Wash?
ington and Gadsden streets, in the city of
Columbia, at the suit of the city of Columbia
TS. Samuel Jenkins; for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on Marion street,
between Plain and Taylor streets, in the city
of Columbia, levied on aa the property of
Simou May at tho auit of tho city of Columbia
rs. Simon May, for taxea.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on Laurel etreet, be?
tween Bull and Pickona streets, in the city of
Columbia, levied on as the property of James
T. Sime at tho suit of the city ot Columbia vs.
James T. Sims, fur taxea.
The HOUSE and LOT, on tho East aide of
Asaombly street, between Plain and Taylor
atreete, in tho city of Columbia, levied on aa
tho property of Charlea J. Rollin at the ault
of thu city of Columbia ra. Charles J. Rollin,
for taxes. -
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the Weat side of
Richardson atreet, between Blossom and
Wheat streets, in. the city of Columbia,
bouuded North by Croaar Gurly, and South by
A. Tr?ger, levied on aa the property of Hts.
Sarah Brown at the ault of tho city of Colom?
bia cs. Mrs. Sarah Brown, for taxea.
The HOUSE and LOT, on tho South-east
cornor of the intersection of Buger and
Laurel atreete, in tho city of Columbia, levied ?
od aa the property of Clara. Allston at the .
auit of the oity of Columbio rs. Clara Allston,
The HOUSE and LOT, on Gatea street, be?
tween Washington and Lady streets, in the
city of Columbia, levied on aa the property ot
William Wadlow at the auit of the city of Co?
lumbia vs. William Wadlow, for taxes.
TEBMS-Oaah. P. F. FR AZ EE, 8. B. C.
BY virtue of sundry write of fieri faoias, to
me directed, I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY and TUE8DAY in November next,
in front of the Court House, in Columbia, .
within the legal boura.
All that lot of LAND, on the North-east
corner of tho intersection of Richardson and
Plain strobts, in the city of Columbia-bound?
ed on the North by an alley-way, separating
it from a lot of il. P. DeG ra af, measuring
thereon two hundred and nine foot ten inches;
on the East by au alloy-way, separating it
from a lot of estate of Dr. Samuel Fair, mea?
suring theroon one huudrod and twenty-three
feet aix inches, more or less; on the South by
Plain etreet, measuring thereon two hundred
and nine feet ton inches ; and on the West by
Richardson atreet, measuring thereon one
hundred and twenty-three feet six inches,
more or lees.
Three Jacks, enc Jennet, one Mare and ono
hundred aud fifty head of Cattle, more or leas.
Levied on aa tho property of Thomas Davie,
at the respectivo suits of Simeou Rawl and
James Campboll, survivor of Campbell it
Milling, r.s. Thomas Davis.
Tho Cattle will be sold on TUESDAY, the
Gth of November, at the plantation of tho de?
fendant, about tweiro miles below Columbia.
Terme cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Oct 13 mth
J. Robert Scay, Executor, vs. William F. Scay,
Edwin T. Williams and wife, and others. "
IN pursuance of the decretal order of the
Court of Common Plcaa, sitting In Equity,
in the above case, I will aell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY iu November next, in front of tho
Court Hun.ie, iu Columbia, within the legal
All that PLANTATION, situated in the
County of Richland, near KingvilleL belonging
to thc estate of tho late James H. Seay, de?
ceased; tho said Plantation comprising 2,353
acree, more or leas, conaisting of several
separato parcels. The Plantation will be Bold
in one body; and a plat thereof may be seen
on lile lu the office of the Clerk of tho Court
of Common Pleas, in connection with pro?
ceedings in the above caao. Will bo 8oId at
the risk and coats of tho former purchaeer, J.
Robert Soay, he having failed to comply with
terms of salo.
THUMS.-Cash sufficient to pay the coats of
proceedings aud of sale, and one-fourth of tho
remainder of the purchase money: the balance
of tho purchase money in three' instalments,
with interest from the day of sale; to be se?
cured by bond, with good pei sonni securities,
and f. mortgage of tho premises. Purchaser
to pay the coats of executing titles, bonds and
mortgage, includiug stamps.
Oct lg mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri Jactas, to
me directed, I will sell, on tho firat
MUNDAY in November next, in front of the
Court House, iu Columbia, within tho legal
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land,
in Richland County, containing eighteen
hundred (1,800) acree, moro or lesa, and
bounded on tho North by R. and J. U. Adams;
East by J. U. Adamu; South by-Geiger,
and on tho Weat by Robert Adama. Levied
on as tho property of Ieaac T. Weston, at the
respective suits of Maria L. Bower, Adminis?
tratrix, Moultrie Weaton, Executor, Robert C.
Shiver, John McLaughlin and William Glaze
rs. Isaac T. Weston. Terms caeh.
Out 10 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtno of au execution, to mo directed,
twill aell, on tho first MONDAY in No?
vember liest, in front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, on Richardson
atreot, in tho city of Columbia, on which ia
erected that large and commodious Building,
known as tho "Columbia Hotel;" bounded on
the North by Thomas E. Gregg; on tho East
bv Ki eh a ninon etreet; on tho South by Davis'
alley-way, and on tho Weat by C. J. Bollin
and M. ll. Berry. Levied on as the property
of Thomas Davis, at the suit of Jesse O.
Lykee, Administrator of George E. Hipp,
deceased, vs. Thomas Davie. Terms cash.
Oct IC ni th P. F. FRAZEE, S. lt. C.
BYvirtuoof sundry writs of fieri facias,
to me directed, I will aell, oil tho first
MONDAY in November next, in front of tho
Court House, iu Columbia, within thc legal
hours, . .....
All that HOUSE and LOT, in the city ot
Columbia, situated on Ibo Weat tide of Pick
ens street, between Taylor and Plain street a,
and bounded on thu North by-Edger?
ton; on the East by Picken* street: on the
South by J; P. Southern, and on the West by
_McAliater. Levied on aa the properly ol
Patrick li. Flanigan, at tho suit of Tliomaa
R Evans, Ct ut,, cs, Patrick H. Flauigan.
Terms each, P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.