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< c&Qtiwn?* QeAober. 2oV^Tho ?capitula
tion a! Mets WAS signed yesterday. Tba
P^SB?aiJa will occupy Metz to-morrow.
Tb^ whol? number of prisoners ia 173,
000c' ?aoluding three Marshals and 0,000
Qtkm??t y.'i urtstfo itun .
A despatch from Touro says tho Qo
vernmoht continues to withhold nowa
wjjifcltfo army. of. (he Loire. It is. only
knowa that.vast bodies of troops have
b?o? mai?o?vrcing some days, and that
great battles are imminent near Lomares
( and Orleans. .
Nothing offloial from Paris to-day.
The cay; i tu lat ion of Sohlen tad t is offi?
cially announced. Theirs has gone to
Paris, to-day. .
it 1B certain that the Italian Parlia?
ment .-will be dissolved, and a new Minis?
try formed, j .'
A Berlin despatch to the Times says
tho French rej ec tod the terms of the
armistice, bat thinks the fall of Metz
will lead to a reconsideration.
Lord Liyons, tho English Minister to
Franco, has engaged quarters for the
Legaiicu a? Sui doaux.
MASBtD, October 28.-It is reported
that the great powers returned a favora?
ble answer to the candidature of ?ostn.
Toung, Oe tob or 29.-A balloon from
Paria; yesterday, landed with many let?
ters, which are hourly expected here.
Garibaldi continuos to aot on the offen?
sive ia Would.
Aa offloial despatch from Bonrge, tbe
20th, says the Prussians were defeated
near Bagonoao, and left 1,200 killed OD
the field. Many, fled into Switzerland,
where they were disarmed. Bourbaki it
vary activo; The authorities here credit
him with!saving Amiens. Nothing off!
oial from Paris or. the Loire. Colone!
. Wiok?hstem, the Russian Diplomat, hoi
conduct from the Prussians, and wil
proceed to Paris. It is reported here
that England desires a congress of th<
AMIENS. October 23.-The Prussian:
were defeated at Formiers. The Pms
siana burned Bouvasse by petroleun
shells. The French still hold the rail
road. boneo to Rouen. The Prussian:
attempted repeatedly to destroy it. /
despatch has just been received fron
Nogent, Lorontuon, saying tho Prussian
have just evacuated Co vrai tte, nea:
Chartres,' after an engagement with tb.
ROUEN, October 29.-The Prussians
pursued by the'French cavalry, hastil;
retreated upon Bennuls and Longson
Chateau Muf was also evacuated.
BBEKIKN, October 29.-Tho Frencl
fleet is again threatening in tho Nortl
and BaHio seas.
LONDON, Ootober 29.-The Prussia
court-martial exculpates the command
ant of Laon from blame for the expia
sion-whioh followed its captare. Hoav
rifle firing was heard between Lavillett
and Moat Matre yesterday. Tho Pru:
siana are moving down the Valley of th
Sao mo. Tho movement threaten
The Prussians failed in their attemj
to oat oommaaication between Amicu
Late Algerian advices report tho rebe
lion Suppressed and all quiet.
A special to the London Newsfiaya th
' surrender of Metz was regarded favo
able. Pending an armistice and pea(
negotiations-though Metz and Bazair
were regarded by both parties as pract
oaly oat of the question; no refereuc
whatever having been made to them j
preliminaries-I have tho followir.
pointa of the proposition from the be
authority: All things are to remain j
statu quo, looking to the possible resnm;
tion of hostilities. The army of boi
parties hold "undisturbed their preset
positions. Paris is to receive, day I
day, a day's supply of provisions. A
latitude to be given throughout tl
country to hold elections. It is no
stated that Austria received the acti
support of England, who is warm
backed by Italy. The Foreign Office h
intelligence that the authorities at Vc
Bailies accede to the demand, couched
diplomatic but decided language, fro
Great Britain and Russia, that >Thie
shall have safe conduct to Paris. T
expected interview between Thiers ai
Trocha will decide tho fate of the neg
tiations for au armistioe.
THU HAGUE, October 29.-The ima
diate retirement of Dr. Waal, Minis!
for the Oolonies, is announced to-do
He takes this step on account of cc
tinned ill health.
LONDON, Ootober 29.-Tho went!
very stormy. Telegraph wires aro pn
troted in all directions.
Tomas, Ootober 29.-Tho Germc
here expressed great satisfaction with 1
dooroo lately issued, whereby all offen?
against the press law uro hereafter to
tried by jury.
?&Prince Polignao, who served as a Bri]
dier-General in the Confederate aro
has reoeived an appointment to an i
portant command in tho army of Gi
baldi. He departs for the East at on
The journals announce that Gene
Cambriel has been compelled to re!
quish his command in tho army of :
East, because of the re-opening of
wound, received at Sedan. Tho ste
mont, extensively published in Pruss
and English journals, that the Gove
meat of Franco desired the French
floors who had been captured to bri
their parolos, is pronounced a calum
The telegraph wire having been
maliciously near Orleans, the Prussi
have exacted additional taxes upon
town, by way of punishment. Ia nej
all the departments now held by
Prussians, influential citizeus are c<
pelted to ride on tho locomotives. '
Prussians have adopted this oou
whioh they say is the only way to j
veut the tearing np of tracks by Fre
nou-oombatants. A largo numbei
Prussian prisoners were brought 1
BERTJIN, Ootober 29.-Tho news of
capitulation of Metz was communici
to Napoleon at Wilbelmshohe, yes
day. ^terCtfrp^o?? ho-foettora5 ispln
great B aspen ae ?gd unHlmpalion. . <~
. liOKcoK/ 0^ JgPrher? ?s
confirmation ^thetwKm? revolution*
in Paris, or fighting cfc JJe^iHett. Tbiorac
accompanied by Derem'us&fc, baa Arrived
.t Lyons. Both'have ?ale' conducta to
enter Paris. ..,
ROSIE, October 29.-The Officiel Qa
zelte notifies the adh?rente of Garibaldi
that they will lose their Italian citizen?
ship by serving in the ar?aiea di France.
UnuBSELs, October 29.-Generals
Burnside and Sheridan and other distin?
guished Americans arrived in this city.
LONDON, October 29.-Telegrams bave
been received, describing the scene
around Metz at the time of the sur?
render. A frightful storm had raged for
several days all over the North of France.
Tho entire country was under water, and
everything literally drowned out. Tele?
graph wires were prostrated in all direc?
CHARLESTON, October 29.-Arrived
steamships James Adger, Now York;
I Weybossett, New York; Falcon, Balti?
BOSTON, October 28.-Orders have
been received at the navy yard to esti?
mate the expense and time to prepare
I for sea tho monitors Wassac, Shawnee,
Miantonomah, Ticonderoga, Worcester,
Wabash, Niagara, Sabine, and three
WASHINGTON, Ootober 29.-The She?
nandoah has arrived at Lisbon.
YANKTON, DACOTAH, October 29.
Armstrong (Democrat) bas been elected
delegate to Congress.
NEW YORK, October 29.-The Itali au s
celebrated the unification of Italy and
tbe liberation of Rome from tho Pope's
sway, by a grand concert, public meeting
and ball. W. C. Bryant addressed the
meeting. Dr. Megi. of Boston, vio?
lently denounced Victor Emmanuel;
eulogized Garibaldii and Mazzini, and
boped for a republic. These sentiments
offended General DeLuca, the Italian
Consul, who protested, and was with
difficulty prevented from retiring.
Nothing else marred the harmony of the
WHEELING, October 29.-Tho County
of Marcan gives five Republican majori?
ty; Lewis Democratic 150; Kanawha
Republican 85; Cobbell Democratic 150;
Lincoln Democratic 100; Boone Demo?
NASHVILLE, October 29.-Tbe stock?
holders and creditors of tbe Memphis,
Clarksvillc and Louisville Road will ap?
ply for an injunction against its sale.
WASHINGTON, October 29.-Official in?
formation bas been received here to the
effect that Bismarck is loth to entertain
armistice propositions from England;
they should come from France. Eng?
land has received ho satisfactory re?
sponse to ber overtures, beyond that
Thiers may como to Versailles, nnd may
possibly be allowed to go to Paris.
WASHINGTON, October 29.-The Demo?
cratic committee have a despatch from
West Virginia, announcing the election
of two of their members of Congress,
the Governor and a Democratic Legisla?
ture, which will secure a Democratic
successor to Senator Willey.
A mediation convention between Spain
and the South Americnn Republic was
opened to-day-Secretary Fish presiding.
All the powers were represented except
Bolivia, for whom tbe convention ad?
journed three weeks.
Tho Secretary of tbe Navy has direct?
ed Admiral Glisson to bring from Liver?
pool a number of Blakely guns and
other naval war material belonging to
tho Confederacy, but recently surrender?
ed by England.
AUGUSTA, Ootober 29.-Tho Fair closed
this evening. It was a success.
MONTGOMERY, October 29.-The State
fair will commence on the 15th of No?
vember*. Liberal purses have been offer?
ed for trotting, pacing and running
NEW ORLEANS, October 29.-The regis?
tration offices are closed; the Democratic
Inspectors protested, dedaring registra?
tion illegal. There are now no original
cases of fever in the city.
FINANCIAL. ANS) COUHEKC1AL.
COLUMBIA, October 30. -Sales of cot?
ton yesterday about 30 bales-middlings
NEW YORK, October 29-Noon.
Flour quiet. Wheat and oom a shade
firmer. Pork inactive, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cotton a shade firmer-uplands 16%.
Freights firm. Stocks weak. Gold
11%. Money 5@6. Sterling-long 9>?;
short 9%. G2'a 12>?.
7 P. M.-Money b(Ji?. Sterling qniet
and steady, at 9??@9J?. Gold 11^.
Government's quiet and steady-62's
12}-.?. Southern's neglected. Cotton
firmer; sales 3,760 bales-uplands 17.
Floor unchanged-superfine State and
Western 5.30?5.50. Wheat l@2o.
email@example.com)<?. Corn a shade
firmer, at. 81@82).?. Pork nominal, at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dull-kottlo 1G@.
16l?. Freights firmer.
BALTIMORE, October 29.-Cotton un?
changed-middlings 1G,'?; sales 300
bales. Flour active and steady.
Wheat dull and neglected. Corn dull
white 60@72. Pork firm, at 27.00.
Bacon firm and stock scarce-shoulders
15. Wbiskoy quiet, at 89?90.
CINCINNATI, October 29.-Flour un?
changed. Corn quiet and weak-now
50@54; old 63(^65. Provisions dull;
some pork and lard offered, but hardly
any bacon; tbe demand, however, is very
light. Whiskey advanoing-holders ask
LOUISVILLE, Ootober 29.-BaggiDg
steady-hemp 28 >?; flax 28>?@29>?.
Flour fair-extra family 4.50. Corn
more active-new 83. Pork firm, nt
26.00. Lard-tierce 16. Shoulders
UJ?. Hama 25. Whiskey 85.
BOSTON, Ootober 29.-Middling ootton
17; saleo 450 bales; receipts 285; stock
CHARLESTON, Ootober 29.-Cotton
middlings 15};x?d\\by:, \ sales 600 bales;
receipts 1,030; stock 24,920.
? ni ?? Li. 11-.?nm.i.tiiii'ffl'
re?elpt?i .?35^npl?nd8 ?44?@14%i *? 1
> SAVANNAH, October' 29.- -Middling
cotton-15,%; eales 500 bale?; reooipts
8v029? stock 58,870. . -
GAI/VESTON, October 29.-Cotton
good ordinary 18K@13%; eales IBO'!
bales; reooiptH 65?; stook 8,837.
MontLE, October 29.-Middlings lt}?
?15>?; sales 1,200 bales; receipts 2,163;
NEW ORLEANS, October 29.-Cotton
middlings 16; eales 5,800 bales; stook
LONDON, Ootober 29-Noon.-Consols
92J?. Bonds 89.
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 29-Evening.
Cotton qniet-uplands 8??@8%; Or?
leans 9*6; sales 10,000 bales; speculation
and export 3.0U0.
<?2 B?G8 t? InfbrrA bio patrono and cltle?ns
14 Generally that ha h&a received th? latest
PATTERNS for gentlemen's fall and
Winter gar msnt s. Ho hoe also iv bo au ti
fnl-aeeortmant of GOODS, of vnriouo gradea,
it tbe*ayof CLOTHS, pASSIHERES and
VESTINGS, which will b? made up at short
nottoe, in th? very beet manner.
Ho is Agent for the /ETNA SEWING M?
Oli IN t?, which is in nee by several families in
this city, and who express themselves highly
gratified at ita operation, ladies and heads
of families generally aro invited to call and
CARBOLIC Disenfectiug ?OAP, Carbolio I
Modicated Soap, for allaying irritations
of the skin, washing sor?s, wounds and cuta?
neous eruptions, itching humors among chil?
dren, diseases of tho skin, &c, for salo at
Oct7f HEINITHH'S Drug Store.
KIAH] DISPLAY BF DEY Ell?.
XJ^DEIGKES DOMESTIC STOCK.
Lowest Ruling Cotton Prices.
AS IMMENSE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS, LACE GOODS, TRIMMINGS,
Cloaks, Shawls, and Curtain Materials,
WITH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF
C A RP ETS, RUGS. & C.
Bare Inducements will be Offered
To ibo Trade and to Customers.
B.'B?5ICOUE?RT. W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Oct 29 Ot COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING.
A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION
MY COOIIS AT BE?ISBD FBICBS!
Sympathy with the Raw Material.
OUR Mr. Jones has juet returned from New York, ifter making onr second trip and pur?
chases this season. We will not attempt to enumerate, nor blow, as ia so common now la
advertising; but will put some drives in prices, on the market, that will be in keeping with
our fro? rulet LOW PRICES.
Oct 19 3rao R. C. SHIVER.
GRAND FALL OPENING
FAMOUS OBY BOOBS ISTUUSIIITl
J. H. & M. L. KIN ARD.
"WE COaIMENCE tb? FALL SEASOS by opening to an admiring PUBLIC
New and Elegantly-arranged DEY GOODS HOUSE.
Cur friends need no special invitation, THEY don't no anywhere else; but tho great masses
must be informed WHERE to buy to the best advantage. We assert, without fear of contra?
Qna.X- ECOUSH is the
At which all parties will got ENTIRE SATISFACTION and FULL VALUE for their money.
Wo have tho BEST arranged Show Rooms in the CITY. Every portion of the large space
is as LIO HT AS DAY; buyers can SEE what they are purchasing, and wo guarantee the PRICES
To say that our stock is LAROE, or VEUY large, or IMMENSE, would NOT convey HALF an idea
of the extent aud variety that each of tho
TWELVE WELL-STOCKED DEPARTMENTS CONTAIN.
Our O ?trpet Stools.
ALONE is worth as much as any ordinary Dry Goods Storo keeps altogether.
The Handsome French Plate Glass Front
Will indicate to strangers and visitors to our City WHERE TO STOP AND HOY from the
LARGEST, DEBT SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS THAT
Can be Found In this Cit jr.
Each Department is superintended by Gentlemen of long business experience, and sro
have made special arrangements with a COMPETENT Uphc ' ?rer, to have Carpeto, OHOlothe,
Window Shades and Cornices cut to fit, and laid down or put up, so that the customer will
have nothing to do but to make the selection, and wo will do tho rest, and do it SIOHT.
Private Boeidencee, HoteLs ?nd Churches furnished on the most liberal terms and with de?
spatch. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS cut ANY size.
Oct 9 J. H. <S( M. L. KINARI).
yore-, is?stvfizs&essuixjs ons tejBwaawroae sss.
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, BY JACOB LEVIN. .
ON TUESDAY MORNING, NOTO mb or 1, I will
?ell, b of or o my Btoro, wi th ont rooorvo.
^^oneral variety of HOUSEHOLD FORNI
- IbB. primo Smoked O. B. BACON SIDES,
- lbe. prime Bacon Shoulders,
- lbs. dry Salted Bacon,
- lbs. Jowls, Ac, Ac,
Whioh will be positively sold without resorvo.
Oct 30 _
Valuable City Property.
By D. C. FELXOTTO &80N, Auctioneers.
On MONDAY, tho 7th dav of November noxt,
in front of tho Court House, in this city, at
10 o'clock, we will Boll,
That desirable piece of proporty in this
city immediately opposite the Oil Factory,
containing 2} acres, bounded North by Gatos
street, on West by Lincoln street, on Bon lb
by Miss E. Stevens. On tho premises is a
good dwelling. Terms cash. Oct 16 m4
Valuable and Desirable Tracts of Farming
Lands-Near the City.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON th? FIB8T MONDAY in November next,
I will sell, beforo tho Court Honso, in Co?
lumbia, if not disposed of at private sale,
Portions of tho TRACTS formerly owned by
Thomas and B. W. Taylor.
The various tracts are located, commencing
at South Boundary etreot, and continued to
three and-a-half miles 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
aro tho most certain and productivo for cot?
ton and good uplands.
Foi tiona ol these tracts will mako suporioi
brick. Thoy are by far tho most desirable
farming lands offered for salo since tho war.
Tboy are contiguous to the city, and aro di?
vided into tracts of a size to suit all pur?
chasers: Consisting of 12i; 174; 18; 4GJ; 4?i;
40J; 33; 474; 48$; 55; 40: 50; 80; 45 and IIS
acres. A plat of which oan be seen at my
TKHMS OF SALE-One-half cash; tho balance
payable in twelve months, secured by bond
and mortgage of the premises. Purchasers
to pay ns for all necessary papers and stamps,
MWILL bo sold, on Sale-day in Do-i-^
cember noxt, before tho OourtSS
Honso door, in Greenville, a traotZC
of LAND, containing 100 acres, more or less
situated at Cross Roads, three and-a-hal
miles from the city. On the placo aro a com
fortable DWELLING HOUSE and Out-build
iugs, good Orchard, fine Water, otc.
A valuable LOT, situated in tho fork o
Pendleton and Augusta streets, and oppoait<
Messrs. Williams A Whitmire'e store.
On Tuesday after sale-day, at Williamston
a LOT in the town of Williamston, Andersoi
A hall interest in a LOT adjoining above.
On Wednesday, 7th November, a tract o
LAND, in Pickons County, near the Trap
containing-acres, more or loss.
Terms to bc made known on day of salo.
Oct 22 s7_J. H. DEAN, Adm'tor.
J. Robert Seay, Executor, vs. William F. Scay
Edwin T. Williams and wife, and others. '
IN pursuauco of tho docretal order of th
Court of Common Pleas, sitting In EnuiU
in tho above case, I will soil, on tho Ff RH"
MONDAY in November noxt, in front of th
Court House, in Columbia, within the legs
All that PLANTATION, situated in th
County of Ricblaud, near Ringville bolougin
to theestato of the late James H. Seay, dc
ceased; the said Plantation comprising 2,32
acres, moro or less, consisting of seven
scparato parcels. The Plantation will bo sol
in ono body; and a plat thereof may bo Bee
on filo in the oflico of the Clerk of "tho Com
of Common Pleas, in connection with prc
ceedings in the above case. Will bo sold a
thc risk and costs of the former purchaser, J
Robert Seay, he having failed to comply wit
terms of sale.
TERMS.-Cash sufficient to pay tho costee
proceedings ami of sale, and one-fourth of tl
remainder of the purchase money ; the batane
of tho purchase money in thrco instalment!
with interest from the day of sale; to be si
cured hy bond, with good personal seenritie
and T. mortgage of tho premises. Purehasi
to pay the couts of ezecuting titles, bonds ar
mortgage, including stamps.
Oct IK mth_P. F. FBAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry tax executions, to n
directed, I will sell, on the FIRST MOl
DAY IN NOYEMBEB noxt, in front of tl
Court House in Columbia, within tho log
hours, the following property, viz:
The HOUSE and LOT, on the North-we
corner of Assembly and Senate streets, in tl
city of Colombia, levied on as the property
Anna Lott at,lthe suit of tho city ot Columb
rs. Anna Lott, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho Sonth-ea
?.omer of Richardson and Richland streets,
tho city of Columbia, levied on as the pr
porty of P. N. Lynch, at tho suit of the city
Columbia cs. P. N. Lynch, for taxes.
HORSE and RUGGY; also, tho Houso ai
Loton Assembly street, between Plain ai
Taylor streets, in tho city of Columbia, levi
on as thc proporty of John Lynch, at the st
of the city of Columbia cs. John Lynch, 1
Tho HOUSE and LOT on tho corner
Richardson and Lumber streets, in the ci
of Columbia, levied on as tho proporty of '
Lvles, ut tho suit of thc city of Columbia 1
\\'. Lyles, fortaxo8.
The HOUSE and LOT, corner Laurel a
Marion streets, iu the city of Columbia, lovi
on as tho property of Mrs. Wylie, at the s
of tho city of Columbia os. Mrs. Wylie, I
LOT, on thc corner of Washington and R
rion si roots, in tho city of Columbia, levied
as the property of M. A. shelton, at the s
of tho city of Columbia vs. M. A. Shelton,
That tract of LAND, containing Four acr
moro or less, situated on Gervais street, I
youd tho Charlotte, Columbia and Augui
Railroad, in tho city of Columbia, as the p
perty of It. G. Lamar, Trnatco, at tho suit
the city of Columbia vs. R. G. Lamar,
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on Lincoln stre
between Gervais ami Lady stroets, in tho c
of Columbia, levied on so the properly
Emma Jackson, at the suit of the oily of I
nimbia vs. Emma Jackson, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho corner of L
rel and Wayne streets, in tho oityofColuml
levied on as tho property of James Dunni;
at the suit of the city of Columbia vs. Jan
Dunniug, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on Pickons str<
botween Taylor and Plain streots, lo vied or
the property of Patrick H. Flanigan. at
suit of tho city of Columbia cs. Patrick
The HOUSE and LOT. on Gates street,
tween Senate and Pendleten streets, levied
as the property of the Estate of Jesse Ra
at the snit of the city of Columbia vs. tho
tate of Jesse Ra bb, for taxes. Terms oasl
, Sept 23 rath P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. (
MONDAY in Novoinb?r noxi, in front of the
Con rt Horus, i- OoIsmbU, within, the legal
honro, .. it .. M V ? *? i >*J ?
All that HOUSE and LOT. in the city of
Columbia, oituatsd on tho Weat eldo of Fiok
ooB street, between Taylor and Plain streets,
and bounded on tho North by -, ? . Edgor
ton; on the East by Piokona ?tr94tlo? ?he
Sooth by S. tr. Beninern, aodon the West by
-Mc Aliotor. Levied on as the property of
Patrick H. Finnigan, at the suit of Thomas
B. Evans, et al., vs. Patrio* ?H. FUofgan.
Terms cash. P. J?. Flt AZ EE, S. It. C.
Oct 10_(_j_ mth
BY vir tu o of sundry write of'--fieri facias to
me directed, I will sell on the FIRST
MONDAY In November next, in front of the
Conrt Hoase, in Colombia, within tho legal
All that tract of LAND, situate in Blohland
County,sixteen miles from Columbia, ou tho
Camden Road, lying on botb sides of Colonel'?
Creek, waters of Watoreo Uiver, containing
fourteen hundred (1,400) acres, more or leas;
bounded by lands of William Miles, William
Martin, Benjamin Miles, and the catato of
Josse DoBruhl and Burdell. Levied on aa the
property of Thomas Hilton, at toe suit of E.
F. Hei et al. vs.Thomas Hilton. Terms cash.
Oct 15 mth_P. F. FBAZEE. S. B. O.
BY virtuo of sundry tax executions, to me
directed. I will sell, OD tho ?rst MONDAY
in November next, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal.hoars,
tho following property, viz:
All that lot of LAND, on the South-east
corner of the intersection of. Richardson and
L?riy streets, in tho sit; of Colombia, levied
OD as the property of G. 0. Singleton, at tile
snit of the oity of Colombia vo. 0.0. Single?
ALSO, . !..."'.
The HOUSE and LOT, on tho North-west
eornor of tho intersection of G?rvala and
Winn strcots. in tho city ot Colombia,, levied
on as tho property of P. W,' Fuller' at the ou it
of tho city of Colombia vs. P. W. Faller, for
taxes. , ? .
Tho Hooso and Lot, on Plain, street, bo
tween Sumter and Bichardaon streets, in tho
city of Columbia; levied on as the property
of Dr. Samuol Fair, at the suit of tho city ot
Columbia vs. Dr. Samuel Fair, for taxes.
The House and Lot, on the corner of Wash?
ington and Oadsden streots. in the city of
Columbia, at tho snit of the oity of Columbia
xs. Samuol Jenkins; for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on Marion street,
betweon Plain and Taylor streets, in the oity
of Columbia, levied on as tho property of
Simon May at tho suit of the city of Colombia
vs. Simon May, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on Laurel street, be?
tween Bull and Pickens streets, in tho ojty of
Columbia, levied on as the property of James
T. Sims at the snit of tho city of Columbia ns.
James T. Sims, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on the East side of
Assembly street, between Plain and Taylor
streets, in the city of Columbia, levied on as
the property of Charles J. Rollin at the BOit
of the city of Columbia vs. Charles J. Dollin,
ALSO, . ,
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the West side of
Richardson street, between Blossom and
Wheat etroets, in the city of Columbia,
bounded North by Cres ar Gurly, and Sooth by
A. Tr?ger, levied OD an the property of Mrs.
Sarah Brown at tho snit of the city ot Colum?
bia rs. Mrs. Sarah Brown, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on the Sooth-east
cornor of the intersection of Huger and
Liurol streots, in the city of Colombia, levied
on as the property of Clara Allston st tho
suit of the city of Columbio vs. Clara Allston,
Thc HOUSE and LOT, on Oates street, be?
tween Washington and Lady street?, in the
city of Columbia, levied on aa the property of
William Wadlowat the suit of the oity of Co?
lumbia vs. William Wadlow, for tax?e.
TERMS-CaBh. P. F. FBAZEE, B. B. 0.
Oct 16_mth ?_
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias, to
mo dirocted, I wiU sell, on the first
MONDAY in November next, in front of the
Court House, io Colombia, within the legal
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land,
in Richland County, containing* eighteen
hundred (1,800) acres, more or lesa, and
bounded on the North by B. and J. V. Adams;
East by J. U. Adams; Sooth by !- Geiger,
and on tho West by Bobert Adams. Levied
ou as tho property of I sa no T. Weston, at the
respective suits of Maria L. Bower, Adminis?
tratrix, Moultrie Weston, Executor. Bobert 0.
Shiver, John McLaughlin and William Glase
vs. Isaac T. Weston. Ternis cash.
Oct 16 mth_P. F. FBAZEE. B. B. 0.
BY virtue of SD execution, to me dircotod,
I will sell, on tho first MONDAY in No?
vember next, in front of the Oourt Houao, in
Columbia, within the legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, on Richardson
street, in the city of Columbia, OD which la
erected that large and commodious Building,
known as the "Colombia Hotel;" bounded on
the North by Thomas E. Gregg; on the East
by Bichardaon street; OD the South by Davis*
alley-way, and on the Weat by O. J. Bollin
and M. H. Berry. Levied on as the property
of Thomas Davis, at the salt of Jesse G.
Lykes, Administrator of George E. Hipp, ?
deceased, vs. Thomas Davis. Terms ooah.
Oct 16 mth_P. F. FBAZEE, 8. B. C.
BY virtoe of sundry writs of fieri faoiaa, to
me dirocted, I will sell, on the FIRST
MONDAY and TUESDAY in November next,
in front of tho Court House, in Colombia,
within the legal hours,
All that lot of LAND, on the North-east
corner of the interjection of Richardson and
Plain strebte, in the city of Columbia-bound?
ed on tho North by an alley-way, separating
it from a lot of H. P. DeGraaf, measuring
thereon two hundred and Dine feet ten inches;
OD tho East by an alloy-way, separating it
from a lot of estate qf Dr. Samuol Fair, mea?
suring thereon one hundred and twenty-threo
feet six inches, more or leas; on the Booth by
Plain streut, measuring thereon two hundred
and uino feet tou inches; and OD tho Weat by
Richardson street, measuring .thereon ono
hundred and twenty-three feet six inches,
moro or lees.
Three JaokB, ono Jennet, one Maro and ono
hundred and fifty head of Cattlo, more or less.
Loviod on as the property of Thomas Davis,
at tho respective suits of Simeon Bawl and
James Campbell, survivor of Campbell &
Milling, vs. Thomas Davis.
The Cattlo will be sold OD TUE8DAY, the
6th of Novombor, at the plantation of the de?
fendant, about twolvo milos below Columbia.
Terms cash. P. F. FBAZEE, 8. R. 0.
Oct 13_._ mth_
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS AND COUPONS, MUTILATED
OTRRENOY, COUNTY CLAIMS, Ao., Ac.,
bought aud sold by D. O AMBRIL!,,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
ORCHARD GRASS 8EED, Herd's Grass
8eed, Red Clover Seed, White Clover
Seed, for sale at HEINITSH'S
Oct 7 t Drug 8toro.