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LONDON, November ?^Bumor of tliO
foudre of armistice negotiations nt Vor
salifia, circulated bore, depreco od the
markets. ! The tone of cominunioation
between the British Foreign office and
Bitmarek is greatly improved, England
having ?withdrawn objections to the ces
sion of French territory to Germany.
The new Turkish Minister submitted
his credentials to the Czar to-day. It is
generally understood that relations be?
tween Turkey and Russia are closed.
MARSEIT?LES, October 31.-The tele?
graph Northward is ont. Gent's wound
is trifling. Clusseret' has beon named
General of the National Guard. CIUB
seret refused to accept the nomination.
The election occurs Sunday. When a
few turbulent persons carried Clusseret
in triumph, ho committed the absurdity
of nominating George Francis Train as
General-in-Chief of tho National Guards.
TOURS, November 4.-All journals
praise Trochu's conduct, and express tho
convictiou that he will suppress all fu?
ture disturbances. He will, doubtless,
receive an immediate vote of approba?
tion from the Parisians, which has been
Everything is quiet at Lyons. Thcro
ia intenso indignation against Bazaine,
baVlLQdisorders. The citizens aro ac?
tively preparing for defence.
The excited populace at Greuoblo
arrested General Borrel. There wero
troubles also at Nines and Toulouse. All
these places are quieter now. Gambetta
has gone to the army of the Loire.
Garibaldi is receiving a large number of
It is reported that the Austrian repre?
sentative here denies an alliance between
Austria and Prussia.
MADRID, November 4.-Prim, in a
. speech before tho Cortes, regretted tho
consequence of Hohenzollern's candida?
ture, and formally presented Aosta.
Costillar's proposition, censuring tho
Ministry, was lost by 122 to 44. The
final election of the King occurs on the
16th of November.
PORT ELGIN, ONTARIO, November 4.
A lumber raft was towed in this morning.
The crew were all lost. A man was found
dead, tied to tho pump, with his eyes
LONDON*, November 5.-A despatch
was receivod by Lord Granville, which
was communicated to the English Cabi?
net, in extra session, announcing the
ratification of au armistice upon Bis?
marck's terms. Bismarck and Mol tko
signed for Prussia; Trochu and others of
the Provisional Government at Paris on
behalf bf France. The armistice com?
menced November 4, and ends Novem?
BRUSSELS, November 5.-The Empress
has returned to England. She spent
only one day with the Emperor.
TOURS, November 5.-A decree has
been issued, enrolling nnd mobilizing
married men and widowers between
twenty and forty. The Government
cares for destitute families, aud will
adopt the ohildren of those killed. The
organization has been entrusted to tho
Prefects, aud it must be completed by
November 10. Each department must
furnish as many field batteries as it has
LONDON, November 5 - Midnight.
The Germans are retiring from Chateau
Raux aud concentrating on Orleans.
Skirmishes are frequent in the valley of
tho Loire. Tho French claim advan?
tages. The Prussians aro destroying the
railroads around Dijon. Restoration of
lights aud signals along the German
coast has been ordered.
TOURS, November 5.-Thc Francaise
says it has been agreed that Paris shall
receive supplies during tho armistice.
Garibaldi is suspending operations.
Thero was much fighting yesterday
around the fortifications. Tho Germans
were marching on Lyons and Bourges.
Clusseret hus assumed command of thc
National Guards at Marsailles. It is
thought the elections on Sunday would
LONDON, November 5.-Thc Times lins
a special from Versailles, annnouncing
that tho conference bctwen Bismarck and
Thiers was continued by request of the
BRUSSELS, November 5.-It is stated
here that a fresh disturbance has occur?
red in Paris.
LONDON, Novembor 5.-The vole in
Paris on the question of sustaining Tro?
chu and the Provisional Government was
ns follows: Yes, 412,000; no, 49,000. Paris
is perfectly tranquil.
The French loan is fluctuating.
The Sultan of Zanzibar is dead.
Tho weather is unusually cold and i^e
CHARLESTON, November 5.-Arrived
Steamship Maryland, Baltimore.
NEW YORK, November 5.-250 Cana?
dian Papal Zouaves, arrived by the Ida?
ho, are having a grand reception. A
committee is coming from Canada to
escort them home.
Mountain Boy beat George Wilkes
two straight heats-Wilkes breaking bad?
ly, was distanced in the seoond heat
timo 2.22. 2.25%.
Governor Hoffman leaped from a run?
away team to-day and was slightly
SAN FRANCISCO, November 5.-The
great overland Eastern bound train was
stopped recently, nnd the oxpress car
robbed, between Verdi and Reno, by
highwaymen, who boarded tho train ai
Verdi. Presenting pistols at the heads
of the oonductor and brakemen, they
detached the express oar and robbed it
of $40,000 in ooiu. The robbers escaped.
A party has been organized to pursue
NEW ORLEANS, Noberber 5.-Tho City
Counoil has passed a banoomhe ordi?
nance against processions, which has ex?
cited the ire of the Democratic Com?
mittees, which were to have had a pro?
cession to-night. The affair was post?
fui ixl AO roy In a Circa?.
AUB ANT, GA., November 5.-A fatal
affray oooarred at a oiroas exhibition In
Dawson, Ga., on the 2d inst, by which
two men were killed and a lady badly
wounded. A man, named H. R. Russell,
in an intoxicated condition, asked the
door-keeper of a side-show tho price of
admission, and passed his family in. He
then asked the door-keeper, "How
many?" ? He replied, "Nine;" Bussell
said four. The door-keeper said he
would coll tho family back, to prove Rus?
sell mistaken. Russell got angry and
struck the door-keepor, nearly knocking j
him down; ho thou drew a pistol and
threatened to blow the door-keeper's
brains out. Tho latter said he meant no
offence. Russell still threatened and
cocked his pistol, when the door-keeper
run inside the canvass. Col. Ames, be?
ing near, approached Russell and re
luarkod to him, "This is not the placo
to get up n difficulty." Russell then
respouded, "I'll kill you, too," and shot
nt Col. Ames. Auother oj rena man re
moustratcd with Russell. Tho Kelly
brothers, kuowu ns desperate characters,
appeared, aud commenced firing. Col.
?mes was shot twice while endeavoring
to escape. A spectator, named Oxford,
holding a child ia his arms, was instantly
killed. Tho child was taken from
uuder tho dead body. A lady was se?
verely wounded in the side. Col. Ames
died on tho afternoon of the third. His
body was escorted to Macon by tho City
Council of Dawsou. Tho mon have
becu removed to Cuthbert, Ga., and con?
fined in a secure jail.
A7~Call at the Sign of tho Iudiau Girl, Co?
lumbia Hotel Block, aud select your Cigars,
Tobacco, ripes, Ac, from a very tine stock
j just received. Nov i
Superintendent's Office, C., C. & A. R.R.
COLOMBIA, S. C , November 3, 1870.
_____ FOB tho accommodation of
fr-ft_ftfr peraona wishing to visit tho
STATE FAIR, a special train will bo run be?
tween Chester and Columbia, November 9,10
and ll, as follows: Leave Chester at G A. M.,
arrive at Columbia at 10.10. Returuiug, leavo
Columbia at 5 P. M., arrive at Chestor 9.25.
Round trip tickets for one fare, to bo had by
application to Agents.
Nov. 4_C. BOUKNIGHT, Sup't.
ALOT of flue JEWELRY. Ear-rings, Broast
pins, Plain Gold Rings, Gold aud Silver
Parties will find it to their interest to call
and examine tho various articles.
Oct 30_G. PIERCES.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters
EVERY DAY at the Columbia Icc House.
Just received, another lot, TO-DAY, of |
tn? best that eau ba had, and I intend to keep
thom regular all this season.
WOct 27 lm_JOHN D. BATEMAN.
A Desirable Store to Rent.
1"tHE STORE ROOM, now occupied by
. Messrs. L?rick x Lowrauco as a hardware
and grocery establishment, is now offered for
rent. This is a very desirable stand, situated ,
on Main street in tho midst ot business, oppo?
site thc PuiESix oflicc. Inquire of
E. H. UEINITSH,
Oct 25 At tho Drue Ktorn.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
TnEundorsigned iutorms the t
public that bo has opened
stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS4__
and JEWELRY, to which ho invites
attention. Ho is also prepared to
REPAIR thoroughlv p-id in a work- I
Lnianlike manner TIME-KEEPERS of I
eVery kind; besides Jcwelrv, etc.
Nov 3 Imo Two doors below PIKKSIX Office.
Gold and Silver Coin.
HHE CITIZEN'S' SAVINGS BANK buv and
I sell GOLD and SILVER at a small mar?
gin. A. G. BREN1ZER,
A Mammoth Raffle of Fine Jewelry,
VALUED at $1,000. 200 Chances, at $5
each. 25 Prizes, consisting of
Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES,
Fino Gold BREAST-PINS and EAR-RINGS,
SILVER GOBLETS, Ac.
Will come ofl at my Saloon as eoon as the
Chances arc taken.
Oct 30_G. PIERCES.
Boots and Shoes.
4 FEW moro left, and will be disposed of
Jj\_ at cost prices, at J. SULZBACHER'S.
DR. DARBY has removed his Private Office
to his residence, at the head of Univer?
sity Campus. His Public Office in the Modical
Rooms is open as hitherto, from 1 P. M. to 5
P. M._Oct 2ii mwO
S. W. 1'OItTLr.. Ii. SX. .STLELL.
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
T O - D u^L Y
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A tull and choice lot of
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
We offer our Gooda at low Cotton figures.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct 21 Columbia, S. C.
3Ann ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
. V>UU on thoEdisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Colombia-512,000.
1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near tho
city-$3,000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attornoy at Law and Real EBtato Agent.
septa. . ?
Wheat doll and ooaree]j so firm. Cotton
dell and unchanged-uplands 17% ; Or*
leans 17%; sales 1,500 bales. Freights
quiet. Stocka steady. Money 4@G.
Gold 10%. Sterling-long 9j^; short
9%. 62*s 8K.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and lower; sales
1,600 bales-uplands 17. Floor less ac?
tive and unohauged. Wheat l@2c.
lower-winter red and amber Western
email@example.com)?. Corn firm, nt 86@88.
Pork firm, nt 24.25?24.50. Lard moro
aotive-kettle 15??@1G>?. Freights
quiet. Money very easy, at 5@6. Ster?
ling dull, at 9>?@9.?.?. Gold 10^. Go
vernmonts firm. Southerns somewhat |
BALTIMORE, November 5.-Flour dull.
Wheat steady. Corn firm-white old
70?7G; new 65@72. Pork 2G.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bacon iu good demand-shoulders 15@.
15K- Lard IG,'.;. Whiskey 90. Colton
easier-middling offered nt lG'.j; sales
75 bales; receipts 2S5; stock 1,035.
BOSTON, November 5.-Sales of cotton
to-day 1100 bales; receipts 1.19S; stock
and unchanged. Coi n firm. Provisions
hard to quote. Pork sold at 19.00-six
nud four mouths. Lard 13K. Whiskey
ST. LOUIS, November 5.-Flour dull
superfine winter 4.00. Corn easier
yellow 5G. Whiskey-au advance nsked,
but not established. Tobacco and bag?
ging changed. Pork 26.00. Shoulders
14,'.<; clear sides 20.
LOUISVILLE, November 5.-Bugging
unchanged. Flour quiet, nt 5.50. Corn
dull nud uuehauged. Pork-old 24.00.
Shoulders ll.'Lard 1G. Whiskey 80.
CHARLESTON, November 5.-Cotton
unchauged-middlings 153.i(7f .16; sales
500 bales; receipts 74G; stock 23,328.
SAVANNAH, November 5.-Cotton in
moderate demand-middling 15??(3)16;
sales 1,000 bales; receipts G,027; stock
AUGUSTA, November 5.-Cotton mar?
ket opens with fair demand, at l?.1^, but
closed eusv, nt 15; soles 1,190; receipts
GALVESTON, November 5.-Cotton
sales 500 bales; receipts 77-1; stock
MOBILE, November 5.-Cotton duli
middlings 15J??lS^'; sales GOO bales;
receipts 2,320; stock 32,991.
NEW ORLEANS, November 5.-Cotton
active, at full prices-middlings
sales 6,500 bales; receipts 8,342; stock
75,129. Corn dull-mixed 80@82^;
white 85. Prime sugar ll?.i.
LONDON, November 5-Eveniug.
Consols 93. Bonds 92,?.i.
LIVERPOOL, November 5-Eveniug.
Cotton oponed quiet and steadv-up?
lands 9?..?@9*?; Orleans 9,'.i(u?*?', sales
10,000 bales; export und speculation
WHOLESALE PRICES CCU Ii IO .NT.
CQlIltECTEl) W KKK LY nY THE BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES, i;<bU.l OOtffliOU MoLASSES,Cuba,45&50
BAOQINO,.25@3Cl NowOiTns D0?1 10
HALE HOPE, Manil.?26 Sugar H'so./i??! 80
N.Y.orWcsftlb 8? 12 ' NAILS, \) keg5 50?0 (IO
BETTER,North. 40f(?50 ONIONS.#busl75?2 00
Country, \J Ib.25?35 OIL, Kcrosenc,gl5?50
BACON, liants. ..27?30 Machinery.. 75? 1 00
Sides, y Ib.. 19?21 SPECIE, Ookl @1 05
Shoulders... 1(5^17 Silver. <??1 10
CANDLES, Spcrm4U?70 POTAT'S, Iris 1 00'iel ll
Adamantine- Ibl8?20 Sweet, bus 1 50^1 CO
COTTON YAHNI 30?1 ll) KICK, CaroliuhiV.)J?10
COTTON,Strict Md.. Ill , SHOT, fibag. 2 50?2 55
Middling.14] SALT, Liver p.22o?2 25
Low Muu'g, -W SOAP, \ttt>,.8<& 'J
Oood Ordnv,i2??13 . SPIRITS, Alcohol,gl750
Ordinary....ll A , Brandy .4 U0? 12 00
CHEESE, E.D.lb. 20tf?2"> ! Gin . .*.2 0U?7 on
factory.1H?22 \ Hum.2 00?7 li)
COFFEE, Hio, $Jn>20?25 ' Whiskey... 135?4 CO
Laguayi a_24?2C SUGAR, Crus & P1??C0
FLOUR, Co. 700?1000' STARCH, f)lb... DJ? 10
Northern.700?ll 00 TEA,Green lbl00?200
GRAIN, Corn 1 30'<?1 10 Black,_1 00? 1 10
Wheat_1 40? 1 50 : Tomcco, Chw.G0?l 00
Oats. 75?'.>U? Smoking,lb..50?! 00
Peas'.1 G0?2 Ot) VINEOAR, \Yiue,.G0?50
GAY, Nortis, f?owt.2 OU French_ ?170
UiDES.?ry, ?-dbi2??i8 ? WINK, ciiam.25W.30 ??)
Green.?S , Port, #gal300@5 b(>
LARD, f}Bi. 1??22 ' Sherry... 3 50??.',f. 00
LIME, y bbl. 2 C5?2 75 Madeira... 2 50?5 70
New Supply of Groceries !
HOGSHEADS of BACON,
C. H. aud lt. SIDES,
Bulk BACON and SHOULDERS.
Sugar Cured SHOULDERS.
NO. 1, 2, 3 MACKEREL,
B?rrela and half barre ls und kits,
Tho host Western Brand;) at very low
ligures, in barrels, halves, quarters and
eighths of barrels.
Beckers Sclf-Raisinc FLOUR.
CONDENSED Milk, best quality,
T710HEIGN and Domestic WINES.LIQUORS,
_. ALES, .'.'c., of superior quality, sold at
low figures. G. DIEHCKS.
SMOKING TOBACCO, of various brand-:
Durham, Virginity, Advance,.Vc.
Domestic and Imported CIGARS.
Oct 30 G. DIF.ItCK^. _
C. D. EBERHARDT.
Washington street, near Hain,
BEGS to inform his patrons and citizens
generally that ho has received the latest
PATTERNS for gentlemen's fall and
wintor garments. Iio has also a beauti?
ful assortment of GOODS, of various grades,
in tho way of CLOTU8, OASSIMERES and
VESTINGS, which will bo made up at short
notice, in the very best manner.
Ho is Agent for the .ETNA 8EWINO MA?
CHINE, which is in use by several families in
this city, and who express themsolvcs highly
gratified at its operation. Ladies and heads
of families generally are invited to oall and
C- ALL at J. SCLZBACHER'S and seo
TO-MORROW.tooday > MOBNJtCO, at 10
o'clock, in front of the Court House, wo will
A pair of fine YOUNG MULES and soveral
One round coal box flrst-clase BUGGY,
with steel tires, quito now. Terina cash.
Valuable Wood Lawls.
BY D. C.PEIXOTTO & SON.
On MONDAY, tho 70i day of November next,
iii front of the Court House, in tbUcity, at
10 o'clock, we will sell.
All that Tract of LAND, ia nichlaud County,
containing hvo buudred and eighty-seven
acres, and bounded by lands of Dr. LaBordc,
Thomas Center, Mr. Tumipsecd and others.
The above landd are very finely wooded.
Trrrtsrs-One-third cash; balance* In one,
two and three yearn, secured by bond and
mortgage, bearing interest at tho rate of
aoyc-u per cent, per annum. Purchaser to pay
US for papers and stamps._Oct 20 n240
Desirable Hui'.'! inn Lot.
By D. C. PE1X0TT0 &S0?, Auctioneers.
ON MONDAY, the 7th day ol November next,
in front of the Court House, in this city, at
1? o'clock, wc will sell.
A desirable BUILDING LOT, in thin city,
fronting and bounded on tbe South by Plant
street.measuring thereon Sixty (CO) feet; on
the West by residence of F. L. Cardczo; on
the East bv'lot of G. G.Newton; on thc North
by lot ul D". B. Miller. Tho said lot is 203 feet
eight inches, more or less, iu depth. Tho
above prop? i tv can be treated for privately
before dav of salo. Terms made known at
sale. _Oct 10, 21, 25, 20 Nov L 3. fi
. Vat nable City Property.
By B.C. PEIXOTT0 & SON, Auctioneers.
un MONDAY, the 7th day of November next,
in front of the Court House, iu this city, at
10 o'clock, we will sell.
That desirable piece nf property in this
city i m med i at cl y opposite the Oil Factory,
containing 2J acres, bounded North by Gates
street, on West by Lincoln street, ou Sooth
hy Miss E. Stevens. On the pratnisea is a
good dwelling. Terms cash. Oct IC n>4
Valuable City Lots at Auction.
BYB.C. PEIXOTTO & SON, Auctioneers
On thc FIRST MONDAY in December next, in
front of the Court House, in this city, to thc
highest bidder, that beautifully located
four-acre lot, on Arsenal Hill, between the
residence of Mayor Alexander and tho Go?
vernor's mansion, which will bo divided into
eleven lota, bounded as follows:
LOT No. 1, bounded on tho North by Lum?
ber street,measuring thereon 52 feet 2 inches,
more er less; on tho WeHt by Pulaski street,
running back thereon 203 feet more or less;
on thc East by lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 2. of the same dimensions, bounded
ou tho North by Lumber street; ou the Easfc
by lot No. 3, and on the West by lot No. 1.
"LOT NO. 3, of the same dimensions, bounded
on the North hy Lumber street: on the East
by lot No. 4; o? the West by lot rio. 2.
LOT NO. 4, of the same dimensions, bounded
on the North by Lumber street; on tho Wost
hy lot No. 3; on tho East by lot No. 5
LOT NO 5, bounded on tho North by Lum?
ber street, measuring t IHM eon 208 feet 3 inches,
more or leos; on the East by Wayne street,
measuring thereon 203 feet S inches, more or
less; on the South by lot No. fi. This is a
corner lot, and one of the most desirable loca?
tions in the city.
LOT No. fi, houuding and fronting on Wayne
street, and measuring thereon 104 feet 4
inches, more or less, and running back 2(.S
feet S inches; on the South by lot No. 7.
LOT NO. 7, fronting and bounded on the
East by Wayne street; oti the South by Rich?
land street", running back on said street 20:?
feet Minches, more or less; on the Noith Irv
lot No. fi.
LOT-NO. S, fronting and measuring on Rich?
land street 52 feet 2 inches, more Or less;
hounded on the East bv lot No. 7: on the
West by lot No. 9, running back 203 fret 8
inches, more or less.
LOT NO. '.>. of the same dimensions, fronting
on Richland street; bounded on the East by
lot No. .s; on thc West by lot No. 10.
LOT NO. 10, of the saine dimensions, front?
ing on Richland street ; bounded un thc East
by lot No. li; on the West by lot No. ll.
LOT No. ll. of the eaiuc*dimensions, front?
ing on Richland street; on the West by Pu?
laski street, running back thereon 2?S feet,
more or less; on the East by lot No. lt).
TF.UMSOFSALK-One-third cash, balance in
ono and two years, secured by bond of the i
purchaser, bearing interest at the rate of
seven per cent, per annum, and mortgage of
thc premises. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. Nov 4 t
South Carolina---B.ichlau(l County.
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON. AUCTIONEERS.
Mrs. Mary S. P. Gibbes, Mrs. Anna M. Guign
ard, Ci ?lt*., W. James S. Uuiguard, as Ad?
ministrator, vt ai.
IN pursuance of the decretal or 1er passed
by his Honor Judge John T. Green, on
the 1st day ot July, 1S70,1 will sell the fol?
lowing REAL ESTATE in thc city ot Colum?
bia, belonging to the estate of thc late Janies
S. Guignard, Senior, on the FIRST MONDAY
in November next :
1. The LOTS Routing on Richardson street
- feet, cornering on Plain street, and miming
back (East; 203 tcct to thc alley-way to the
Court House square; bounded ou thc South
by lots recently sold as property of Dr. li. W.
Gibbes, Sr., deceased. This property is con?
sidered as, among the most desirable and eli?
gible sites for stores in Gie city. It will bj
sub-divided, and proper plata prepared, which
can bo inspected at tho office of ihe under?
signed in Columbia.
2. Tho well known and valuable Plantatiou
on Gill's Creek, about 7 miles fromJCohnnbia.
containing 1,152 acres, more or loss: bounded
ou tlio East by lands of the estate of C. R.
Bryce, deceased, and G. R. Starling, and lands
of Dr. A. Wallace; South by the ' Big Like"
plantation; North by Gill's Creek. If desired,
will he sold in parcels.
3. Tho Square ot four acres in Columbia,
upon whicli tho Mansion House of thc lntc
Jas. S. Guignard, Sr., stood, surrounded by a
substantial brick wall; bounded on the North
by Gervais street; East hy Bull street; South
by Senate street, and West oil Marion street.
This Square will probably bc divided Into hall
Tho entire propel tv is sold free from all
claim for dower, and the purchaser takes in?
TE BUS ov SALE-One-third cash, remainder
payable in one anel two years in equal instal?
ments, with interest from dato ol sale pay?
able aunuallv, and secured by bond and mort?
gage; purchaser to insure' and assign the
policy tn the undersigned. Purchaser to pay
for paner-j, stampH, Ac.
D. B. DnSAUSSURE,
Oct 8 1 Special Referee.
BY virtue of sundry writs e?( fieri Jada?, to
mo directed, I will soil, on "tho llrst
MONDAY in November next, in front of the
Court House, iu Columbia, within thc legal
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land,
in Richland County, containing eighteen
hundred (1,800) acres, moro or less, and
bounded on thc North by R. and J. U.Adams;
East by J. U. Adamu; South by-- Geiger,
and on thc We t by Robert Adama. Levied
on as tho property of Isaac T. Weston, at the
respectivo suits of Maria L. Bower, Adminis?
tratrix, Moultrie WcHton, Executor, Robert O.
Shiver, John McLaughlin and William Glaze
vs. Isaac T. Weston. Terms caoh.
Oct 10 mth P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
."-itelfcft&'S Bu?ding LoU on Main street.
? , . X BY McW?^rar^ r
O?? M?JSDA'Y ne?v, 7th instant, n will eel!, at
1 the flonrl Horiao, at 10 o'clock, i
That desired)lo vaoftat LOT,'situated on the
Weet side of Main ?trect, measuring 25 feet
front by 208; bounded East by Hain street;
North by tho alloy lending from Main to
ABEemblv street; West by lot on which the
Post Office ia located, and Sonth by lot or T.
That vacant LOT, on M&ir. streut, near the
above, measuring 25 feet front by 208: bound*
ed East.by Richardson atreet; North by T. K.
Ettor; West by J. and S. Leaphart, and South
The above wi 1 bo positively ?old. Terms
cash. Purchaser to pay tor papers and
stamps. __ Nov t }4
Valuable and Desirable Tracts of Farming
Lands-Near thc City.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON the FIRST MONDAY in November next,
I will sel!, before the Court House, in Co?
lumbia, if not disposed of at private ?ale,
Portions of the TRACTS formerly owned bv
Thomas and B. W. Taylor.
'The various tracts are located, commencing
at South Boundary street, and continued to
three aud-a-half miles from the State House.
They consist of newly cleared swamp, which
will pfoduco from forty to sixty bushels ot
corn, without manure. Isinglass soils, which
aro the most certain and productive for cot?
ton aud good uplands.
Poitiouso: those-tracts will mako superior
brick. They are by far thc most.desirablc
farming landa ottered for sale since the war.
They are contiguous to tho city, aud aro di?
vided into tracts of a size to snit all pur?
chasers: Consisting of 124: 17?; 18; Inj; 40?;
.104; 33; 474: 491; 53; 4G; 50; 80; 45 aud 118
acres. A plat" ot which can bo seen at my
TKUMS OF SALE-One-half cash; the balance
payable in twelve months, secured by bond
and mortgage of tho premises. Purchasers
to pav us for all neccssarv papers and stamps.
_Oct_^+_ ? *?_
Desirable Family Residence, with ?.TOTy Con?
BY JACOB LEVIN
On MONDAY, tho 7th instant, at 10 o'clock,
before the Court Houso, I will sell,
That well-known family RESIDENCE, re?
cently occupied by Dr. A. O. Mackey, cor?
ner of Gervais and Barnwell streets. This
building coutaias eight rooms, besides base?
ment, with all necessary out-buildings. Thc
Lot measures one acre, and line garden spot,
TERMS-Cash. Purchaser to pay for papen
aud stamps. " Nov 1 i4
BY vi-tno of sundry writs of Jieri facias
to me directed, I will sell, on thc firsi
MONDAY in November next, in front of thc
Court House, in Columbia, within the lega
All that HOUSE and LOT, in the city o
Columbia, situated on the West side of Pick
eus street, between Taylor and Plain Btroets
and bounded on tho North by-Edger
ton; on the East hy Pickens streot; on tin
South by J. P. Southern, and cn tho Weat b;
-McAlister. Levied on as tho property 0
Patrick H. Flanigau, at thc suit of Thoma
R. Evans, et al, vs. Patrick til. Flanigan
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of an execution, to me dirocted
I will sell, on the first MONDAY in No
vor?ber next, in front of the Court House, ii
Columbia, within thc legal hours,
All that LOT of LAND, on Richardsoi
street, in tho city of Columbia, on which i
erected that large and commodious Building
known as tho '"Columbia Hotel;" bouuded oi
the North by Thomas E. Gregg; on tho Eas
by Richardson atreet; on thc South by Davi;
alloy-way, and on the West by c. J. Bollii
and M. H. Berry. Levied on as the proper,
of Thomas Davis, at the suit of Jesse G
Lykcs, Administrator of George E. II i pr
deceased, VS. Thomas Davis. Terms cash.
Oct ld Ultu P. E. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs of Her? facias t
me directed, I will sell, on the FIRS'
MONDAY ill November next, in front of th
Court Home, in Columbia, within the leg:
All that tract of LANI), situate in Richlan
County,-ixtec-u miles from Columbia, on tb
Camden Road, lying oil both sides of Colonel
Creek, water.- of Watereo River, coutainiu
fourteen hundred ;1 i'i(l) acres, more orles;
hounded by lands of William Miles, Willis;
Martin, Benjamin Miles, and tho estate 1
Jesse DeBrunl and Burdell. Levied 011 as t!i
property of Thomas Hilton, at the suit of 1
F. Hoi el n.'., r.s. Thomas Hilton. Ternis casi
Oct 15 mth P. F. FRAZEE. S. R. C.
BY virtue ot sundrv tax executions, to n
directed. I will sell, on the first MONDA
in November next, in front of the Cou;
House, 111 Columbia, within the legal hour
tao following property, viz:
All that lot of LA'ND, on the South-ea
corner of the intersection ot Richardson au
Lady streets, in tho city of Columbia, levie
on as thc property of C. C. Singleton, at tl
suit of the city o! Columbia vs. C. C. Singl
The HOUSE and LOT, on the North-wc
corner ol the intersection of Gervais iii
Winn streets, in the city of Columbia, lovii
on as thc property of P. W. Fuller at the su
of the city of Columbia vs. P. W. Fuller, f<
The House and Lot, oil Plain street, l>
tween Sumter and Richardson streets, in tl
city oi Columbia: levied on as the proper
ol'Dr. Samuel Fair, at the suit of the city
Columbia cs. Dr. Samuel Fair, for taxes.
The House and Lot, on the corner of Was
Higtem and Gadsden streets, in the city
Columbia, at the suit of the city of Columh
ts. Samuel Jenkins; for taxes.
The nOUSE and LOT, on Marion strc<
between Plain and Taylor streots, in the ci
of Columbia, levied on as tho property
Simon May at tho suit ot the city of Coluuil
r.s. Simon May, for taxes.
The nOUSE and LOT, on Laurel street, i
tween Bull and Pickens streets, in the city
Columbia, levied on as the property of Jam
T. Sims at tho suit of the city of Columbia
James T. Sims, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the East side
Assembly street, between Plain and Tay]
stre-cts, in the city of Columbia, levied on
tho pro; erty ot Charles J. Bollin at the si
of the city of Columbia t a. Charles J. Boll
The HOUSE and LOT, on tho Yvest side
Richardson street, between Blossom a
Wheat streets, in tho city of Columb
bounded North bv Cicsar Gurly, and South
A. Trager, levied on as tho property of M
Sarah Brown at tho suit of tho city of Colu
bia r.s. Mrs. Sarah Brown, for tuxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on the Sonth-ei
cornor ot tho intersectiem of Huger a
Laurel streets, in tho city of Columbia, levi
on as tho property of Clara Allston at (
snit of the city of Colombio r.s. Clara Allst?
The HOUSE and LOT, on Gates street,!
tween Washington and Lady streets, In I
city of Columbia, levied on aa the property
William Wadlow at the suit of the city of <
bimbi* ii. William Wadlow, for taxes.*
TERMS-Cailn P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C
Oct IC mtl
' TB?virtnVof eua?ty writs cf ?cri f??i?m \ix
jLJrnio aireotoa, 1 will BOU, on the FIRST
I MONDAY and TUESDAY ia November next,
in front of the Court House, in Columbia,
within tho legal hours.
All tbfet lot of LAND, on the North-oaot
corner or tho intersection of Richardson and
Plain streets, In the city of Columbia-bonud
od on tho North by an alley-way, separating
it from a lot of H. P. DoGraaf. measuring
thereon two hundred and nine feet ten inches;
cn tho Eibl \>f an aiiey-way, separating lt
from a lot of estate of Dr. Samuel Fair, mea?
suring thereon one hundred and twenty-three
feet six in chea, more or lose ; on the South by
Plain street, measuring thereon two hundred
and nino foot ten inches; and on the Weat by
Richardson street, measuring theroon one
hundred and tweuty-threo foot six inches,
more or Uss.
Three Jacks, one Jennet, ono Maro and ono
hundred aud fifty head of Cattle, more or leas.
Levied on as tho property of Thomas Davis,
at the respective suits of Simeon Bawl and
James Campboll, survivor of. Campbell d:
MiUing, ts. Thomas Davis.
The Cattle will bo sold on TUESDAY, the
Otb of November, at the plantation of the de?
fendant, about twelve miles below Columbia.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. 0.
J. Robert Heay, Executor, vs. William F. Scay,
Edwin T. Williams and wife, and others,
pursuance of tho tlncreta! order of thc
jL Court of Common Pleas, sitting in Equity,
in the above case, I will sell, on the FIRST
i MONDAY iu November next, in front of the
Court Houae, in Columbia, within tho legal
All that PLANTATION, situated in tho
County of Richland, near King viii?, belonging
to thc estate of the late James H. Beay, de?
ceased; the said Plantation comprising 2,358
acres, more or less, consisting of several
separate parcels. The Plantation will be sold
in one body; and r. pint thereof m av be seen
on file in the o?ico of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas, in connection with pro?
ceedings iu tho abovo case. Will be sold at
thc risk and costs of the former purchaser, J.
Robert Seay, he having failed to comply with
terms of salo.
TEIIMS.-Cash sufficient to pay the costs of
proceedings and of salo, and one-fourth of the
remainder of the purchase money - tho balance
of thc purchase money in three instalments,
with interest from the day of sale; to be se?
cured by bond, with good porsonal securities,
and r. mortgage of the premises. Purchaser
to pay the costs of ezecuting titles, bonds and
mortgage, including stamps.
Oct lfi mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry tax executions, to me
directed, I will sell, on the FIRST MON?
DAY IN NOVEMBER next, in front of the
Court House in Columbia, within the legal
hours, the following property, viz:
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on tho North-west
corner of Assembly and Senate streets, in the
city of Columbia, levied on as tho property of
Anna Lott at.?tho suit of the city of Columbia
vs. Anua Lott, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on the South-east
comer of Richardson and Richland streets, in
the city of Columbia, levied on as the pro?
perty of P. N. Lynch, at the suit ot the city of
Columbia TS. P. N. Lynch, for taxes.
HOR8E aud BUGGY; also, tho House and
Lot on Assembly street, between Plain: and
Taylor streets, in tho city of Columbia, levied
on as tho property of John Lynch, at tho suit
of the city of Columbia vs. John Lynch, for
The HOCbE and LOT on tho corner of
Richardson and Lumbor streets, in the citv
of Columbia, levied on as the property of W\
Lyles, at the suit of the city of Columbia rs.
W. Lyles, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, corner Laurel and
Marion streets, in tho city of Columbia, levied
on as tho propertv of Mrs. Wylie, at the suit
of tbe city ot Columbia vs. Mrs. Wylie, for
LOT. on the corner of Washington and Ma?
rion streets, in the city of Columbia, levied on
as the properly of M. A. Shelton, at the suit
of thc city of Columbia vs. M. A. Shelton, for
That tract of LAND, containing Four acres,
moro or lea*, situated on Gervais street, be?
yond thc Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
"Railroad, in the city of Columbia, ae the pro?
perty of lt. G. Lamar, Truateo, at the suit of
Gie city of Columbia VS. R. G. Lamar, for
The HOUSE and LOT, on Pickena etreet,
between Taylor and Plain streets, levied on as
the property of Patrick H. Flanigan.l at the
soil of tho city of Columbia c.s. Patrick H.
Thc HOUSE and LOT. on Gates street, be
tween Senate and Pendleton streets, levied on
as the property of tho Estate of Jesse Babb,
at the suit of the city of Columbia vs. the Es?
tate of Jesse Rabb, for taxes. Terms cash.
.sept 23 mth P^F^FRAZEE^S. R. C.
Auction Salefr "'
Handsome Furniture, in Good Condition.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On THURSDAY MORNING next, 10th instant,
I will sell, at my etore, (weather permit
ling,) a large and general variety of desira?
ble FURNITURE, in good order, among
CH/YIllS, Tables, Bedsteads, Bureaus.
Wardrobes, Washstands, Extension Tabb,
Rook Casts, etc.
1 Fine Parlor Set, consisting of 2 Sofas,
(Mahogany Hair Seat,) 6 Chairs, 2 Arm
Chairs, 1 Rocker and Centre Table, (Marble
Top;) 1 Diijiiig-Room Set, Oak, finely carved,
consisting of haudsomo Side-board, (Marble
Top,) G Chairs and superior Extension Table;
1 handsome Chamber Sot, Mahogany, consist?
ing of handsome French Bedstead, superior
Dressing Bureau, (Marble Top,) with Wash?
stand to match, and Wardrobe.
1 handsome Chamber Hot, Oak, handsomely
carved, consisting of French Bedstead, Dress?
ing Bureau, (Marble Top,) Washstand, Ward?
robe and 4 Chairs.
1 China Tea Set, and a variety of house-fur?
Thc abovo are open for inspection.
Nov t! _1
THAT Valuable Traot of LAND, IV?UR
?KMon thc Barhamville Boad and the Char
2E.lotte Railroad, about 1J miles from the
city of Columbia,containing twenty-one acres,
more or less, and having on it a beautiful site
for u country residence, a most excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or six hands; it ls about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably situated and waiered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lyiog be?
tween inc two brunches which forms thc
stream llowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of i tho samo soil ot
wtfich Dr. Parker raisod over 200 bushels ol
corn to tho acre. PossoaMon given lat Janna
rv next. For further particulars, apply at thii
office, or to L. lt. BECKWITH,
PotJijbno_Orangobnrg, S. C.
CARROLIC Disenfectiug SOAP, Carboln
Medicated Soap, for allaying irritation!
of the skin, washing sores, wounds and cuta
noous eruptions, itching humors amongchil
dren, di?ease*cr the skin, &o., for sale at
Oct 7t HEINITSH'S Drug Stpre.