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LONDON, Ootober 21.-The Depart
ment ol Somme has been declared in a
otate of Biege, and energetio prepara?
tions hate been made at Amiens for de?
fence. A force of 20,000 Prussians,
which waa advancing on the city, has
roturned to Bretucl.
M. W. Balfe, the musical composer, is
dead. He was the author of the "Bohe?
mian Girl," and other popular operas.
TOURS, October 21.-There are con?
tradictory rumors of the enemy's move?
ments on the Loire. Tho impression is
that they have abandoned the movement
in this direction, and are advanciug in
force towards Normandy, where newer
troops will oppose them.
The Frenoh army of tho Loire, in
camp, is improving daily in discipline.
Numberless soldiers have bcon shot for
disobedience. Tho men oro in fine con?
dition. Frenoh scouts near Blois cap?
tured a number of Uhlans. It is posi?
tively asserted the Prussians fired St.
Oloud to conceal their depredations.
Citizens assert the valuables were re?
moved before the fire. Tho Govern?
ment appropriated 100,000 francs to Cha?
teau Dun, as a tribute for heroic de?
Engineers are forming entrenched
camps where troops can be drilled and
formed into corps. Thiers has arrived
here. Bourbaki and staff passed towards
Lille. A body of-the enemy crossed the
Seine and marched towards Magne.
LONDON, October 22.-The loss of the
Cambria is confirmed. She was sailing
and steaming rapidly when she struck.
She instantly began to fill. It is evident
the steamer was hopelessly lost. Four
crowded boats were launched. The
weather was heavy. McGartland, who
was picked up, with a dead woman, has
no doubt all the boats were swamped,
and he thinks himself the only survivor.
His boat was capsized, and he was for o
length of time insensible, but clung tc
tho boat, and afterwards found therein
a dead lady.
' LON D o N UK RH Y , October 22.-Cruisers
from the vicinity of the disaster reporl
that they found only broken spars and c
few barrels. McGartland reports tuc
wind little short of a hurricane.
LONDONDERRY, October 22-Evening
-A careful searoh of the waters of thc
coast; fails to discover any trace of thc
TOURS, October 22.-It is reported that
the Frenoh are about attacking Orleans
where the Prussians left a rather wei?j
garrison, but much artillery. ifl
Keratry has returned from MadaH
He will have au important military cenn
mand. Keratry did brilliant servia
against the guerillas in Mexico.
The Amerioan volunteers by tho Villi
de Paris act as Frauc-tireurs.
Official advices from Paris, dated tin
18th, say the resolution of tho defender!
is unshaken. The fortifications hav<
been completed. Tho French have re
taken positions at Vctrey, Ville Juif aui
half a dozen others; they also hold th?
bridge of Joinvillo and the strand o
Sienvelliou. Supplies are ample. J
balloon left Tours for Paris on tho 17th
ST. QUENTIN, October 22.-5,000 Ger
mans, with twelve gnus, aro marchin?
on the town.
LONDON, October 22.-The Pall Mn
Gazette has an article on thoGoverumeu
control of tho telegraphs, showing thn
business has declined since the Govern
ment took control, and adds, instead c
making ?125,000, it will bo fortunate i
it nets pay and expenses.
The steamer Pennsylvania, heneo fe
New York, put back, on account c
KOME, October 22.-The Pope hs
formally suspended the session of th
LONDON, October 22-Evening.-A
armistice at Meziers was expected ye.
terday. The Prussians will not con
menee the bombardment until reinfon
ed. The Frenoh force is computed ?
5,000, composed of fragments of varioi
regiments. The Prussians are thn
kilometres from Amiens. Bourbaki hi
Lord Lyons has communicated h
wishes to the Government here, to tl
effect that there should be au armistii
for the elections. Lyons desires tl
aid of Austria and Italy, and nssures tl
Government that Russia will act in tl
same direotion. The Government wit
holds its answer.
The journals of Lyons demand imm
diate defensive measures. They say t
Prussians are turning Bazancon ni
other strategic points, and may mar
direct upon Lyons.
The iron ship Hecuba, which sail
from Calcutta on the first of July, I
New York, foundered. No particular!
FLORENCE, October 22.-Aostai's i
ceptance of tho candidature for t
Spanish throne is officiallv announced.
TOURS, October 22-Evening.-T
following is official: Neuf Chatenu, F
day, October 14: Bazuiue made a sor
with 80,000 men, crushed tho Prussiai
and oaptured 193 loaded wagons. 1
sickness among the besiegers is mere;
ing. They were forced twice to ren
their army around Metz. Tho siego
Verdun was interrupted by the vigore
defence of tho environs, which were
Tho Prussians, 20,000 strong, s
rounded Chartres. Tho Prussians i
stroyod tho bridge atClery, and roto rr
HARRISBURG^ October 22.-Ex-Set
tary Cameron lind an ague in Baltiin
and not paralysis.
NEW YORK,* October 22.-Tho yoi
Democracy nominated John Morris
NEW YORK, October 22.-This e\
iug's Telegram has a despatch stat
that the Tours Government hos infor
lion that Metz was successfully ev;
ated and Bazaine was marching on PA
having cut through the Prussian Iii
Fer contra, tho Amorjcau Press Aaaocla- j
tion baa despatches stating that the Re?
public was proclaimed nt Mots, and that
Bazaino, while endeavoring to suppress
the movement? waa shot by his own men.-.
Both despatches are discredited.
NEW YORK, October 21.-The crew, of
the missing steamer Mariposa consists of
Captain Willetta and a orew of thirty
five. Value of cargo 0160,000.
Commissioner Osborne decides that
Federal election officers have no right to
make arrests. All prisonors arrested by
their orders havo boon discharged.
AUGUSTA, October 22.-Extensivo pre?
parations aro being mado for tho Cotton
States Fair and Agricultural Congress,
which meets ou tho 25th.
ST. LOUIS, October 22.-Gallaher, the
pugilist, is sick. His trainer thinks ho
will bc unable to fight on the first of
The committee, appointed to examine
Sugar Good8oyo, better kuowu as tho
"Sleeping Beauty," pronounced it a
caso of collusion aud humbug.
NEW ORLEANS, October 22.-Deaths
from yellow fever yesterday, twelve.
FINANCIAL. AN D COMMERCIAL..
COLUMUIA, October 23.-Sales of cot?
ton yesterday 102 bales-middling 13)?.
NEW YonK, October 22-Noon.
Stocks heavy. Money 4@5. Gold 12@
12^'. Sterling-long" 8%; short 9^.
Flour very firm. Wheat lc. better.
Cotton steavy-uplands ?O^?; Orleans
163?; sales 2,000 bales. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 2,300
bales-uplands 16,??. Flour quiet and
firm-superfino email@example.com; common to
choice extra State aud Western 5.70(2}
0.20. Wheat 1(7^20. bettor-i.33j?($
1.36}? winter rod; amber Western 1.38(a)
1.41. Corn heavv and a sb ado lower
mixed Western "81@82. Pork dull
mess 26.00. Lard unchanged-steam
U>;,@,16?4; kettle 16%? 17. Freights
firm. Mouey 5@6. Sterling 8}i@8%.
Gold 13. Government's firm. Southern's
BALTIMORE, Ootobor 22.-Cotton ad?
vanced-middling 16; sales 800 bales;
receipts 175; stock 4,460.
CINCINNATI, October 22.-Tiour dull
aud unchanged. Corn ?~ui and scarce
new 50@53; old 60@62. Mess pork
full prices asked, but no demand
shoulders 14,l4'; clear sides 14>??; live
hogs firmer aud higher grades ad
vauccd-7,3.?(aj8.I4. Whiskey dull-con?
cessions offered ot 8G@87.
LOUISVILLE, October 22.---Bagging
quiet, at 28,'.<@30. Flour steady, at
Pp. Corn quiet and uuohuuged. Pro
ions excited. Mess pork 27.00; Shoul?
ders 14?.,; clear nidos 10J.?. Lard 16.
Hams 25. Whiskey 86@877
CHARLESTON, October 22.-Cotton
sales 400 bales; receipts 1,008; exports
2,026; stock 22,181.
AUGUSTA, October 22.-Cotton strong;
sales 005 bales; receipts 1,080-middling
SAVANNAH, October 22.-Cotton offer
iugs light-middlings 15; salesGOO bales;
receipts 5,825; stock 51,006.
MORTLE, October 22.-Cottou sales
800 bales; receipts 1,018; stock 27,250.
GALVESTON, October 22.-Cotton
pales 450 balts; receipts 207; stock
NEW ORLEANS, October 22.-Cottou
activo and nominally higher-middlings
15J4@15^4? sales 6.300 bales; receipts
706 bales; stock 87,250.
LIVERPOOL, October 21-Evening.
Cotton afloat 245.000 (?) bales, whereof
American is 47,000. Tho market closed
firm-upiantis 8??; Orleaus 0; eales
12,000 bales; export and speculation
LIVERPOOL, October 22-Evening.
Cotton opened buoyant and closed
active-uplands S?.((a;8Ju' ; Orleaus 0(<?,
0^; sales 26,000 bales.
? OUR STYLES
PENED THIS DAY, ono of thc moat beau?
tiful stocks of
CLOAKS hm SHAWLS
Ever shown in this market.
In Dress Goods,
Wo lead tho market this season, both in
STYLE and PRICE.
Has hoon bonght on a "LOW RULING
BASIS*' with Cotton, and wo propose to give
tho advantage gained by us to "TUE eua
Nothing has contributed to build up on
EXTENSIVE and still increasing businons mor
than our systematic "LOW PRICES" an
aatiafactory stylo of business. All Gooda aro ?
guaranteed as represented.
Tho BEST GOODS aold for tho ? LOWEST
Wo are Agents for tho EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE," ono of tho boat.
\V. D. LOVE Hi CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building, Mainstreet.
W. D. LOVE.
B. R. McCnEfcitv. Oct !?
THE snscriber ?B now in receipt of bia
.FALL and WINTER STOCK,consisting
of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES aud VEST?
INGS of tho very latest stylo and pat?
terns, whie' has been carefully scloctcu by
himself, and invites tho public to call and ex?
amine tho name, aa ho ima ono ot the llneat
assortments of gooda in his line that ever came
to thia market. Havo alao un hand a aplen
did assortment of the STAR SHIRTS, sumo
of them tho lineal over manufactured.
Sept 24 J. F. EISENMANN.
FEMALES FRIEND. Tho best medicino
known for Fomale Complaints.
Bept22f Drug Store
fi Arv LBS. PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
*-JVJVJ ou hand a.d for sale low at wholesale
and retail. J. & '?. lt, AGNEW
>N FER'riX??ZEK COMFAKT
Have now ready and for. tale, .
Wheat, Oats, Grasses and all Fall Crops,
OFFICE: NO. 4 WARREN DLOCK, AUGUSTA, GA.
SEND FOE CIRCULARS.
JAMES T. GARDINER, President.
Oct 21 Imo E. P. ALEXANDER, Agent, Columbia, 3. C.
The Largest and Choicest Stock
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
SOUTH OF BALTIMORE.
--^ THE aubscribor is now rccoiving his FALL and WINTER SUPPLY of tho
s- above, direct "rom tho manufacturers, and oilers thom to consumers at NEW
T YORK PRICES.
A full lino of CHOICE KEROSENE GOODS.
^7\T- 33. STANIiKT.
Oct 7 lmof
A MAGNIFICENT COLLE6TI0?
D1? GOODS AT EB?ISBB PUCES!
Sympathy with the Raw Material.
OUR Mr. Jones has just returned from New York, ifter making onr secoud trip and pur?
chases thiaacason. We will not attempt to enumerate, nor blow, aa ia ao common now ia
advertising; but will put some drives in nrices, on the market, that will bo in keeping with
mir iron rule, LOW PRICES.
Oct 19 Gmo
R. C. SHIVER.
GRAND FALL OPENING
FAMOUS, DEY GOOES EST4BLISMBNT
J. H. & M. L. KIN ARD.
WE C0MMENC1': the FALL REASON hy opening to an admiring PUhLIC
New and Elegantly-arranged DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Cur friends need no apecial invitation, THEY don't go anywhere ciao; but the great maatcs
must bc informed wncnE to buy to thc heat advantage. Wc assert, without fear of contra
Our HOUSE ?s tlx? OWE
At which all parties will got ENTIRE SATISFACTION and FULL VALUE for their money.
Wc have tho BEST arranged Show Rooms in tho CITY. Every portion of tho large Bpaco
is RB I.IOIIT AS DAV; buyers can BEK what they aro purchasing, and wo guarantee tho PRICES
To say that our stock is EAROE, or VEUX large, or IMMENSE, would xor convey HALE au idea
of tho cxtout and variety that each of tho
TWELVE VI'E?JI?-STCCKEB DEPARTMENTS CONTAIN?
O UL x- O arpot ?-too ISL
ALONE ia worth aa much as any ordinary Dry Goods Storo keeps altogether.
The Handsome French Plate Glass Front
Will indicate to strangers and visitors to our City WUERK TO STOP AND KUY from tho
LARGEST, ll E.ST SELECTED ANO CHEAPEST STOCK OF DR Y GOODS THAT
Can be round In t Iiis City. '
Each Department ts superintended by Gentlemen of long buaincss experience, and wc
havo made special arrangements with a COMPETENT Upholsterer, to havo Carpets, Oilcloths,
Window Shades and Cornices cut to fit, and laid clown or put up, so that tho cuatomcr will
havo nothing to do but to mako thc selection, and we will do tho rest, and do it RiailT.
Private Residences, Hotela and Churches funnelled on I ho most liberal terma and with de
spat ch. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS cut ANY size.
Oct!) a. II. iii M. L. KINARI).
Corn, Bacon, Eto.
BY D. C. FELXOTTO & S OK.
ON TUESDAY MO UN INO next, October 25,
in our Auction Boom, at half-patt 9 o'clock
wo will sell, without reserve:
700 bushels mixed, white and yellow COBN.
11 h tul H. smoked BACON.
5 boxea D. 8. Bacon BIDES.
12 boxes family washing SOAP.
20 boxcB Dairy and State CHEESE.
20 boxea Adamantino CANDLES.
10 bbls. MOLASSES, etc., Otc.
Conditions-Cask. Oct 23
Valuable City Properly.
By B. C. PEIX0TT0 &S0N, Auctioneers.
On MONDAY, tko 7th day of November next,
in front of tho Court House, in thia city, at
10 o'clock, wo will Bell,
That desirablo picco of property in this
city immediately opposite tho Oil Factory,
containing 2.J aerea, hounded North by Gates
street, on Wost by Lincoln atreet, on South
by Miss E. Stevena. On tho premises ia a
good dwelling. Terms cash. Oct Hi mi
BY virtue of sundry writs of tieri facing, to
mo directed. I will sell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY and TUESDAY in November next,
in front of tho Court House, iti Columbia,
within tho legal hours,
All that lot of LAND, on tho North-east
corner of thc intersection of Richardson and
Plaiu strcbts, in tho city of Columbia-bound?
ed on tho North by an* alley-way, separating
it from a lot of il. I'. DeGraaf, meaauring
thereon two hundred and niuo feet teu inches;
on tho Eaat by au alley-way, separating it
from a lot of estate of Dr. Samuel Fair, mea?
suring thereon one hundred and twenty-thrco
feet six inchca, more or leas; on the South by
Plain street, measuring thereon two hundred
and nine foot ten inches; and on tho Weat by
Richardeon Btroct, measuring thereon on><
huudred and twonty-threo foot six inches,
more or UBB.
Three Jacks, one Jennet, ono Mare and uno
huudred and fifty head of Cattle, more or IOBS.
Levi i-f on as the property of Thomas Davin,
at tho respectivo auitu of Simeon Rawl and
Janies Campboll, survivor of Campbell &
Millie ti, vs. ThomaB Davis.
Thc Cattle will bo sold on TUESDAY, thc
Gth of November, at tho plantation of tho de?
fendant, about twelve miles below Columbia.
Torme cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. lt. C.
Oct 13 ruth
BY virtue of sundry tax executions, to me
directod, I will sell, on the first MONDAY
in November next, in front of tho Court
Houao, in Columbia, within tho legal houra,
thc following proporty, viz:
All that lot of LAND, on tho South-east
corner of the intersection of Bichardaon and
Lady streets, in the city of Columbia, lovied
ou aa tho proporty of C. C. Singleton, at tho
suit ol' the city of Columbia vs. C. C. Single?
ton, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on tho North-west
corner of tho intersection of Gervais and
Winn streets, iu tho city of Columbia, levied
on aa the property of P. W. Fuller at the euit
of the city of Columbia vs. P. W. Fuller, for
The House aud Lot, on Plaiu street, be?
tween Sumte r and Richardson stroota, in tho
city of Columbia; levied on as tho property
ol'Dr. Samuel Fair, at tho euit of the city of
Columbia r.s. Dr. Samuel Fair, for taxea.
The House and Lot, on tho corner of Wash?
ington and Gadsden streets, m the city of j
Columbia, at thc suit nf tho city of Columbia
VS. Samuel Jenkins; for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on Marion street,
between Plain and Taylor streets, in the city
of Columbia, levied oh aa the property of
Simon May at tho suit ol thc city of Columbia
ts. Simon May, for taxea.
The HOUSE and LOT, on Laurel atroet, be?
tween Bull and Pickens btreeta, lu tho city of |
Columbia, levied ou aa the property of James
T. Sims at thc auit of tho city of Columbia cs.
James T. Sims, fur taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the East side of j
Assembly atreet, between Plaiu and Taylor
streets, in the city of Columbia, levied on as
the property of Charles J. Bobin at thc suit
of tho city of Columbia cs. Charlea J. Rollin,
The HOUSE and LOT, on tho Weat aide of ;
Richardson street, between blossom and
Wheat streets, in tho city of Columbia,
bounded North by Cw sar G ur ly, aud South by
A. Trager, lovied on as tho property of Mrs.
Sarah Brown at thc ault of the city of Colum?
bia r.s. Mrs. Sarah Brown, for taxea.
The HOUSE and LOT, on thc South-east
corner of tho intersection of Huger and
Laurel streets, in tho city of Columbia, levied
on aa tho property of Clara Allston at thc
auit of the city of Columbio vs. Clara Allston,
The HOUSE and LOT, on Gates street, bc
tweon Washington and Lady at?cela, in the
city of Columbia, levied on aa tho property of
William Wadlow at the suit of tho city of Co?
lumbia vs. William Wadlow, for taxes.
TKHMS-CUBII. P. F. FRAZEE, S. It. C.
Oct io_ j"!!1
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias, to
mo directed, I will sell, on the first
MONDAY in November next, in front of tho
Court House, iu Columbia, within tho legal
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land,
in Richland County, coi taining eighteen
hundred (1,8G0) acres, more or lesa, and
bounded on the North by R. and J. U.Adams;
East by J. U. Adam?; South by-Geiger,
and on thc Wost by Robert Adams. Levied
on as tho property of Isaac T. Weston, at the
respectivo snitB of Maria L. Bower, Adminis?
tratrix, Moultrie Weston, Executor, Robert C.
Shiver, John McLaughlin mid William Glaze
va. Isaac T. Westen. Terms cash.
Oct 1G rath P. F. FRAZEE, S. IL C.
?~ Y virtue or au execution, to mo directed,
I will sell, on tho first MONDAY in No?
vember ucxt, iu front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, oh Richardson
atreet, in tho city of Columbia, on which is
erected that '. ige and commodious building,
known as tho "Columbia Hotel;" bounded on
the North by Thomas E. Gregg; oil the East
bv Richardson street; on the South by Davis'
aSlov-way, and on the Weat by C. J. Rollin
and" M. ?L Berry. Lovied on as tho property
of Thomas David, at tho suit of Jesse ?.
Lykoe, Administrator of George E. Hipp,
deceased, rs. Thomas Davis. Terms cash.
Oct Ki mth P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY vi-tue of sundry writs of fieri facias,
to nie directed, I will sell, on the first
MONDAY in November next, in front of the
Court House, in Columbia, within thc legal
All that HOUSE and LOT, in the city of j
Columbia, aituated on the Went Bide of Pick
ens street, between Taylor and Plain streets,
and bounded on tho North by-Edger?
ton; on :!io East by Pickens street; on tho
South bj J. P. Southern, and nu the West by
-McAlister. Levied on aa tho proporty pf
Patrick H. Finnigan, at thc suit of Thomas
lt. Evans, el al , vs. Patrick ?Hi Flanigau.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Oct 10 mth
Valuable and Desirable Tracts of Farmtn?
j- Lands-Near ihe Oily.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON tho FIB8T MONDAY in November next,
I will eell, boforo the Court Honae, in Co?
lumbia, if not disponed of at private Bale,
Portiona of the TRACTS formerly owned by
Thomas and B. \V. Taylor.
The varions tracts 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 sixty bushels of .
corn, without manure Isinglass soils, which
are the moat certain and productivo for cot?
ton and good uplands. '
Poi tiona of tbeso tracts will make superior
brick. They are by far the most desirable
farming lands offered for Balo since tho war.
They aro contiguous to the city, and aro di?
vided into tracts of a size to suit all pur?
chasers: Consisting of 121: 174; 18; -1??; lO.j;
404; 33; 474; ?8J; 55; 46: 50; 80; 45 and 118
acres. A plat- of which can be seen at my
TEIIMS OF BALE- One-half cash; the balance
payable in twelve months, secured by bond
and mortgage of tho promises. Purchasers
to pay ?B for all necessary papers and stamps.
BY virtue of Bundry tax executions, to me
directed, I will sell, on tho FIB8T MON?
DAY IN NOVEMBER noxt, in front of the
Court House in Columbia, within the legal
hours, tho following property, viz:
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the North-west
corner of Assembly and Sonate streets, in the
city of Columbia, levied on as the property of
Anna Lott at.ttho suit of the city of Columbia
vs. Anna Lott, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the South-oast
corner of Bichardaon and Bichlaud streets, in
thc city of Columbia, levied on as the pro?
perty of P. N. Lynch, at the suit of tho city of
Columbia vs. P. N. Lynch, for taxes.
HORSE and BUGGY: also, tho HOUBO and
Lot on Assembly street, between Plain and
Taylor streets, in tho city cf Columbia, levied
on aa tho property of John Lynch, at the suit
of the city of Columbia ve. John Lynch, for
Tho HOUSE and LOT on the corner of
Bichardaon and Lumber streets, in the city
of Columbia, levied on as the property of Y> .
Lylca, at the suit of tho city of Columbia vs.
W. Byles, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, corner Laurel and
Marion streets, in tho city of Columbia, levied
on as the property of Mrs. Wylie, at tho suit
of tho city of Columbia vs. Mrs. Wylie, for
LOT. on tho corner of Washington and Ma?
rion si re ot s, in the oity of Columbia, levied ou
as thc property of M. A. Shelton, at tho suit
of the city of Columbia vt. M. A. Shelton, for
That tract of LAND, containing Four acres,
more or loss, situated on Oervaia street, be?
yond tho Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad, in tho city of Columbia, aa tho pro?
perty of lt. G. Lamar, Trustee, at the amt; of
tho city of Columbia vs. R. G. Lamar, for
Thc HOUSE aud LOT, on Lincoln afreet,
between Gervaia and Lady etreet?, in th?'city
of Columbia, levied on as tho property of
Emma Jackson, at the suit of the city of Co?
lumbia rs. Emma Jackson, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho cornerof Lau?
rel and Wayne st roots, in the city of Columbia,
levied on as the property of James Donning,
at tho suit of the city of Columbia vs. James
Dunuiug, for taxea.
The HOUSE and LOT, on Picketts street,
between Taylor aud Plain streets, levied on aa
tho property of Patrick H. Flanigan, at the
suit of thc city of Columbia vs. Patrick H.
Tho HOUSE and LOT. on Gatos Btroet, be?
tween Senate and Pendleton streets, leviod on
as tho property of tho Estate of Jesse Babb,
at tho suit of the city of Columbia es. the Es?
tate of Jeeso Babb, for taxes. Terms caeh.
Sept 23 mth P. F. FBAZEE. 8- B. C.
BY virtue of suudrv writs of fieri facias to
mo directed, I will sell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in November next, in front of the
Court House, in Columbia, within the legal
All that tract of LAND, situate in Richland
County,sixteen miles from Golumbia, on the
Camden Road, lying on bo tb sides of Colonel's
Creek, waters of Wateree Uiver, containing
fourteen hundred (1,400) acros, more or loss;
houudod by lauds of William Milos, William
Martin, Benjamin Milos, and the estate of
Jesse DoBruhl and Burdell. Levied on as the
property of Thomas Hilton, at the suit of E.
F. Hei cf al., cs.Thomas Hilton. TomiB cash.
Oct 15 mth_P. F. FBAZEE. S. B. C.
J. Robert Seay, Executor, vs. William F. Soay,
Edwin T. Williams and wife, and others.
IN pursuance of the decretal order of the
Court of Common Pleas, sitting In Equity,
in tho abovo caac, I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY in November next, in front of the
Court House, in Columbia, within the legal
All that PLANTATION, Bituated in the
County of Richland, near King ville belonging
to the catato of tho lalo James H. Seay, de
ceased; tho said Plantation comprising 2,858
acres, moro or lesa, consisting of several
separate parcels. The Plantation will be sold
in ono body; and a plat thereof may bo seen
on hie in tho office of tho Clerk of the Court
of Common Ploas, in connection with pro?
ceedings in tho above oaae. Will be sold at
tho risk and costs of the former purchaser, J.
Robert Soay, he having failed to comply with
terms of sale.
Tsnvs.--Cash sufficient to pay the coBts of
proceedings and of sale, and one-fourth of tho
romaiador of tho purchaao money: the balance
of tho purchaao inonoy iu three instalments,
with intoroat from tho day of salo; to bo se?
cured by bond, with good personal securities,
and r. mortgago of tho premises. Purchaser
to pay tho costa of executing titles, bonds and
mortgage, including stamps.
Oct 16 mth P. F. FBAZEE. 8. R. 0.
Desirable Family Residences and Va?
cant Lots at Private Sale.
THAT largo and commodious BBICK
BUILDING on the corner of Barnwell
and GervriB streets, rocontiy occupied by
Dr. A. G. Mackey, containing eight Booma
and Basement, with Servant, Booma, Stables,
Ac. The Lot contains ene aero, on which
there aro Uno shrubbery and fruit trees, and
located in a pleasant neighborhood.
That 2-story BRICK BUILDING ou the
coiner of Lady and Sumter streets. This
building contains oight Rooms and a Base?
ment, with six divisions, and Brick Kitchen
and Servants' Booma. Tho Lot measures 105
feet front on Sumter and 232 on Lady atrect,
with flue garden, shrubbery, Ao.
Adeeirablo BUILDING LOT, on Washing?
ton, between Marion und Rull streets, 102 feet
front by 208 deep-a very dceirablo location
for a family residence.
For terms, which arc liberal, apply to
Oct 10 t Auction and Com. Merchant.
THE brightest and best. Cheaper lind
better than anv other Polish for Tin,
Brass. Steel, Iron, Glass, Wood, and all o'thei
metallic sm faces. For .-ale bv
July a * E. li. IIEINITSH. Drugi'-.:.