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IntotouUn? Katop?am IcitoiU?cncc.
SxiOEHKOa, xiOv??ib?? 1C.~-Th,G Aus?
trian Government has officially approved
the Italian pol icy at Rome.
Touns, November 10.-The battle at
Morohenois was more important than at
first reported. The Prussians lost 250
killed and 100 prisoners. The French
Keratry, having organized the army of
the West, is forming a camp in Brittany
for another army, 100,000 strong.
Lyons is preparing for defence, and
Toulouse is sending forward large num?
bera of troops, folly armed and equip?
ped. Order prevails in both cities, and
also at Marseilles, whoso internal dissen?
sions have disappeared.
LONDON, November 10.-At a banquet
last night, at Guild Hall, many leading
statesmen were present. Lowe, Chancel?
lor of the Exchequer, referred tc thc
French war as filling the nation with tho
deepest grief. He discussed the ques?
tion of neutrality, stating the legal view
of the ease. He asserted that the policy
of England was faultless and satisfactory
to both nations. Gladstone in his speech
said England had legally maintained
neutrality and must appeal to the future
for justice. Granville in his speech
said the Queen personally appealing to
tho. King of Prussia on the war, in view
jtl^Mmetiog between Count von Bis
?Bjer?t ?SfV ?jhsoi?S; proper representa
-t?on?wer'? rhode to-eaoh of them. Sub?
sequently the Government felt justified
in seeking to prevent the bombardment
of Paris. Encouraged thereby by Bis?
marck's circular, which apparently in?
vited interference of neutrals, the Go?
vernment wanted tv permanent and
honorable peace with Germany, strong
?md united, and France without further
ST. PiBffwiSBVjno, -November 10.-The
Imperial Council are considering the re?
duction of the term of military service
from twelve to six years.
The Loudon Times says tho Paris
Monileur states that Bismarck offered to
permit, and even encourage, elections in
the districts occupied by German troops,
but Thiers was unable to accept this,
without the concession of permitting tho
reviotualing of Paris, which, being re?
fused, Thiers was ordered to terminate
tho negotiations, and withdrew.
LONDON, November ll.-Bazaine ad?
heres to Napoleon. He thinks the Re?
public a mob. Lyons and Marseilles
are orderly. Tho French lieut ure re?
ported bombarding Hamburg.
A despatch from Berne reports that
Garibaldi surrendered to thc Prussians.
Ho lost 50? killed, before abandoning
Orleans. Tho railroad between Orleans
and Tours, and tho bridge at Beuugency
have beon repaired. Tho capitulation of
New Bressacho has been confirmed. It
involves 5,000 prisoners. Garibaldi's
surrender is discredited.
Prussia has sent no envoy to Eugenie.
Prussia replies sharply to Austrian peace
overtures, that Austria, having urmcd
early in the war, cannot claim neutrality.
It is thought Prussia will preter thc pos?
session of Alsace and Lorraine to any
guaranties that tho neutral powers can
offer. The poorer Frouch are much dis?
tressed by the Prussian seizure of the
savings banks aud the corporation funds,
The communes under which tho French
laws were placed aro in custody of tho
State. The Prussians have dismantled
all Breizarcho fortifications and taken
the guns elsewhere. Tho city council of
Lille resolved that Bazaine lied when he
said all Northern France desired peace
at any price. He lied signally, aud this
body spurns the lie.
FLORENCE, November ll.-Thc Pope
fixes the value of tho improvements
made by him at Rome at $5,000,000.
BRUSSELS, November ll.-Prince Na?
poleon is here.
LONDON, November ll.-Stocks aro
depressed by tho rumor that Austria has
joined France. French cruisers have
made important capt uren.
LONDON, November ll.-New Bri
zaiche was formally surrendered to-day.
Gambetta orders that tho drill of recruits
must bo completed within twenty days.
Aosta denies tho rumor of having de?
manded tho plebiscito m. He considers
that tho volo of Cortes, elected by uni?
versal suffrage, as amply sufficient. A
heavy snow is reported nt Rouen.
Torus, November ll.-Tho ministry
publish tho following from thc command?
ant of tho army of thc Loir: We have
taken Orleans after a two days' fight.
Our killed and wounded number 2,000.
Tho enemy's is much larger, including
1,000 prisoners. Prisoners arc constantly
increasing as wo closely follow the ilee
ing enemy. Much material was captured.
BALTIMORE, November 10.-Archbishop
Spalding arrived this afternoon, on his I
roturn from Rome, after a year's absence.
Ho was enthusiastically welcomed.
NEW YORK, November 10.-Tho World
correspondent from Versailles telegraphs
that captured letters show Bismarck se?
cretly abased tho opportunity to allow
him to enter aud leave Paris by bring?
ing out from tho Government authority
for the loan recently negotiated.
A Tribune special from Paris, of the
Gth, says: "Tho news that tho armistice
had. been rejected fell like a thunderbolt
upon tho populace. 1 never remember
to hnvo witnessed a day of such general
gloom sinco tho commencement of tho
siege. Tho feeling of despair is, I fear,
still stronger in the army. My impres?
sion is that within a very short timo
there will bo an outcry for peace which
no government will bo nblo to resist. If
tho real condition of tho provinces is
made public, tho impossibility of further
resistance will becomo even more evi?
Tho German report on tho defences of
Paris says, about theiango of their guns,
that the Prnssian batteries at Sevres aud
Mention will carry ns far as Champ de
Mars, and that from Montrelout their
guns would throw sholls into Champs
Elysees, but it is expected that tho artil
-wm M-I H' nu. . ?? . J.T^J,,-A
lery-ol-Hontyalorion will tulenco their
Aro as 'soon os it io opened. Moat goto
soaroer every day.
SAH FRANCISCO, November ll.-Ne?
vudft returns aro slow; theindidationBare
that the "Democrats have carried the
Sta*?, except the Lion tenant-Go ver nor
and one Congressman. Tho official vote
will be required to decide possitively the
$20,000 havo boen recovered4from tho
The schooner Alice was wrecked off
Behring's Island; the crew saved.
WASHINGTON, November ll.-No de?
finite returns have boen received to
chango the election results heretofore
telegraphed, though the election of In?
gersoll and Farnsworth, in illinois, is
claimed by tho Republicans. The Al?
bany Argus (Democratic) claim CG to G2
in tho New York Assembly. Later re?
turns from Illinois aro moro favorable to
WASHINGTON, November ll.-The
Cabinet meeting to day was prolonged
by the discussion of the political situa
tion us affected by the recent elections.
The New Idriaquicksilver claim is assum?
ing much importance. Judge Paschal
assails Cox, concluding thus: As to the
claim itself, Cox rookes not one state?
ment about it which is uot grossly false
or largely exaggerated. Brown's ma?
jority in Missouri rubs 4,000. The iasue
was the restoration of Confederates to
KALKIG II, November li.-Kev. Mr.
Pell, former editor of the Sentinel, fell
dead at dinner to-day.
The Republicans of this district nomi?
nated J. W. Holden for the Congressional
WHEELING, November ll.-Miss
Hutt ham, who deliberately shot and
killed her seducer, upon bis refusal to
marry her, was acquitted.
NEW ORLEANS, November ll.-Thc
rcvonu'o cutter Wilderness has gone to
Baton Ronge to remove the riot prison?
ers to aplace of security. Donaldson ville
is quiet. But little damage was done by
WASHINGTON, November ll.-Fames
worth telegraphs from Illinois that ho is
elected by 3,030 majority.
MONTGOMERY, November ll.-About
fifty-one Counties have boen beard from,
and tho Democrats have 1,500 majority.
Tho rcmaiuing fourteeu Counties will
give about 5,000 moro Democratic ma?
jority. Tho Democrats certainly elect
sixty members of the Legislature out of
oue hundred, and probably five more.
Sloss in the sixth, Haudley in the third
aud Dox in tho fifth, Democrats, arc
elected to Congress. Turner, a negro,
is elected in the first district ; Buckley
and Hays, Radicals, in thc second.
Bagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties.
AFULL SUPPLY constanta on hand und
for salo low, by J. AT." R. AGN KW. _
1? all Itu Ur ? nc li os.
LADIES will plea?? call and
i examino before porch using else?
where. Also, HAIR JEWELRY,
FANCY GOODS, <tc, at
MRS. C. E. HEED'S.
Oct 29 lm_Main Street.
Richland County-In Common Pleas.
Elias Qradick, vs. D. R. DeSaueauro, Adminis?
trator, et al.
THE creditors al tho late firm of E. C.
Smith &, Rro. aro required to establish
their clainiB before mc, on or before the first
day of Januarv, 1871. Rv order of Court.
D. li. MILLER,
Nov lt C. C. C. and Special Referee.
M oEEN ZIE ' S
Main Street, near the Stale House.
OPEN DURING FAIR WEEK.
OYSTERS in every stylo.
Beefsteak, Mutton Chops,
Sausagos. Chicken, Turkey,
Hot Coffee, Cakes, Icc Cream, Pastry.
Nov 8 ?3_
Main Street, near State House.
CON FE CITONS
of home manufac?
tions- very se?
Cakes and Pies
of all kinds, fresh
Toys in endless
Torpedoes and Fire-works-wholesale and
Orders for weddings and parties attended
to. leo Cream and Jelly to order. Nov H f>
The undersigned, de?
sirous of devoting him?
self entirely to the
oilers for s ale his entir**
stock of DRY GOODS,
SHOES, etc., at and
One door South Phoenix Office.
of cotton yesterday about GO bales-mid
dlings 13K@J4p. ,. ; vr
I BOSTON, November ll.-bMes of cotton
to-day 200 bales; receipts 20; otooh 3,500;
sales of week 1,000 bales.
NBW YORK,. November ll-Noon.
Stocks active. Money &@6. Sterling
long 9J? ; short 95?. Gold ll. 62'a SK
Floor and corn steady. Wheat l@2o.
hotter. Pork firm, at email@example.com. Cot?
ton iu fair demand and higher; uplands
10)$; Orleana IQf? sales 1,600 bales.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm-sales 3.G00
bales; uplands Flour-State and
Western 5@10c. better; superfine 4.85@
5.00; Southern a shade firmer. Wheat
2@3c. better. Corn dull-new mixed
Western 85. Beef steady. Pork qniet,
at 21. HO. Lard scarce anda shade firmer.
Whiskey 8GJ?. Freights firm. Money
4@5. Gold ?i^caii >?.
BALTIMORE, November ll.-Flour
dull and weak. Wheat dull. Corn
uightr-white, old 78@80; new 72(7378;
yellow 85?87; new 80?83. Pork 26.00.
Bacon firm and stock scarce-rib sides
18;?; clear 19; shoulders 15@15??; hams
21. Sales of cotton to-day 1,480 bales;
receipts 2,001); stock 4.750.
CINCINNATI November H.-?j'lonr ia
steady with moderate demand. Gorp
48@50. Pork in limited remand, at
23(u)24. Lard 13@13K. Whiskey
quiet and unchanged.
ST. LOUIS, Noremher ll.-Flonr qaiet
-superfine winter firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
held above market-yellow 71. Whis?
key, provisions and lard dull and un?
LOUISVILLE, November ll.-Bagging
and hemp 27.?/. Flax 29; stock light.
Flour quiet. Oom dull and unchanged.
Pork 24.50. Lard-new 15; keg 17.
GALVESTON, November ll.-Sales of
cotton to-day 400 bales; receipts 1,078;
NEW ORLEANS, November ll.-Cotton'
in fair demand-middling 15j?; sales
8,200 bales; receipts 0,874; receipts of
week 42,802; salon 37,000.
MODILE, November ll.-Cottou-mid?
dling 14?.(@il5; sales to-day 500 bales;
receipts 2,432; stock 41,580. i
SAVANNAH, November ll.-Cotton
tniddiug 15J(j@15^; sales 1,500 bules;
receipts 4.572;stock 77,30.").
AUGUSTA, November ll.-Cotton "ii
fair demand and prices firmer, at 14}?'(V?)
14"';;. Some sales wore made at 14?.?;
sales 1,035 balcR; receipts 1,485.
CHARLESTON, November ll.-Cotton
active and limier-niiddliug 15', ; sales
1,500 bales; receipts 2,091; stock 28,301;
receipts of week 10,120; sales of week
LONDON, November ll-Noon.-Con?
sols 03-V Bonds 89?;,'.
LIVEIU'OOL, November ll-Noon.
Cottou quiet-uplands 'J; Orleans 9}a(u
O'.,; sales of the week 07,000 bales; ex?
port 5,000; speculation 14,000; stock
438,000. of which American is 52,000;
receipts 45,000, of which American is
LIVEIU?OOL, November ll-Evening.
Cotton steady nnd unchanged-sales
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheat!!
?mi\(\ RUSHELS selected SEED WHEAT,
?\ 1\) for salo by lt. O'NEALE A SON.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters
EVEICY DAY at tim Columbia ico Honac.
Just received, another lot, TO-DAY, of
the best tfiat can be had, and I intend to keep
them regular all thia season.
(Dot '27 lp _J0.H2! D- BATEMAN.
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!!
O/^/^V BARBELS FLOUR, consisting in
OUU part of Choice Family Flour, "the
beat in the world;" also. Extra and Super Flour,
tit very lowest market price? for earn, for salo
by_ J. & T. lt. AONEW.
?Z*fr? A GREAT VAR IETY oi GERANIUM
?c&jBACUTTPNOS und oilier handsome green
>??? house plants, for sale very low, by
Sept 1:1 Jlmo Al the Asvlum.
R, 4\Y. C. SWAFFIELIt'S,
--. * ?
WE have liow on hand thc
^largest stock wo have ever
offered to tho public. Owing to tho warm
weat ker, our stock is unbroken. Wc arc anx?
ious to sell, and will sell
/. 0 H' F O R CA SH.'
It is too well known to need repetition,
that wo keep tho LARGEST AND BEST SI
STOCK IN THE STATE, and warrant all our
Goods, both in price and quality.
Our FURNISHING GOODS stock is com?
SHIRTS that will lit,
TIES and CRAVATS, of ali patterns,
GLOVES, in endless variety,
UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS,
TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS, Ac ,
Ovcraoventy fivo CAFE OVER?
COATS and CAFES now on hand.
HATS, of all qualities and stylos.
Give ne a call before leaving the city.
NovO R. A* W. C. 8WAFFIELD.
-fm^mamso 'tb-Tff?wriax' -SHALL
J9^H?M3Mr^ot*??og four or-fWe Booms.
AVprrftttaia'Offlde'. XP - NoVSp
AFINE assortment of TOYS; CANDIES of
aH kinds; ?ttl cannod FRUIT8.
O Y ST E R S , > FISH, oto., at
Nov 9 G OppoiRo PHOSWIX Offlco.
rim E ijtrgiirt finest, *ad best ?took of
A CLOTHING in >ke ?m, Ojriag to tho
dLilt li cf Cul CT. J. 41 uko. tile Stock will bo
sold at prices Unit defy compet? t ion.
Oar. litio of Dr;r-coate, J'.eglius, Buainess
Butts, young rrich and hoy?' clothes/and water?
proof goods, (of every ntyle,) ia completo.
Rovers will renumber, wo offer tho above
gooda, together with a splendid stock of Furn?
ishing Good*, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet-bage, etc... etc., lower than
tho same, uri icios eau bo bought this sido of
Tho business will bo conducted by G. M.
Johnson, assisted by myself, who respectfully
solicits a share of thc public patronage
Son of W. J. Hoke.
N. B.-The undersigned respectfully invites
all Ids old friends to givo him a call, BOO for
themselves nod bc satisfied that tho truth of
tho above will bo fully verified.
Nov 5_G. M. JOHNSON.
?H CONTAINS the very
Wjj largest an db est aaa 011
|L. od stock of READY MADE
?fl isbing Goodf, liata,
_j TruDks, Valises, Hand
?NK'VIB? Satchels, Lap Robes,
Ac, to bc found in this
??Jp of late Fashion, and at
Eji popular prices. Give
'"^5~"~ ~-J him a call.
Main street, next ?lour lo Pollock House.
R EA D THIS.
Til E .-ubscribi i would respectfully cad the
attention ot those in want of goods iuhis
hue, to the large and well selected stock new
on hand, coitH'ritiiig. in part, of:
Marble and Slate Mantle Pieces,
Coal and Wood Grates,
Coal Hod?, Shovels, Pokers and Sifters,
Blower Stand*, Fronts for Grates, *
Fire Defis, Shovels and Tongs,
Coffee Mills and Codec Rosters.
Meat Cut ters and Sausage Staffers,
Charcoal and Plain Smoothing-irons,
Galvanized and Plated Iron Sinks.
Drain Pipes, Tile Hearths.
Fire liles for OratesandjBakoraOven's.
Marble Wa all-Stands, Klubs and Backs,
Water duneln, Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead,
Plated and Brass Water-Faucets.
A large assortment of Plain, Stamped ria 11
ished and J-loaned Waro.
Parlor and Onice Stoves, for Wood and Coal.
A largo supply of the celebrated COTTON
PLANT, and other paltcrns.of Cooking Stove*,
and a largoaupply of House Furnishing Hard?
ware, too numerous to mention.
Nov ? A. PALMER.
JUST received a largo assortment ot
WATCHES.-Gold and Silver Hunting,
stem Winding, Open Face,of Swiss, English
I and American manu fact ure.
1 CLOCKS.-Frt'Uch Parlor, of black Marble,
Gilt, Onuular, Rosewood ?md Walnut.
SPECTACLES.-Gold, Silver and Steel, of
all descriptions; Eye Glasses with Gold, Rub?
ber and Tortoise Shell Frame.
THIMBLES.-Gold and Silver, of all de?
LADIES' JEWELRY. Gold Ring-, plain
and with settings of all kinds of precious
stones; Bronches, Kar rings. Necklaced,
Bracelets and Armlets, Gold Chatelaine anil
j Leontine Chains; all varieties ol' .let, Rubber,
GoM, Pearl and Mourning Jewelry and Orna?
! GENTLEMEN'S .1 KW KL RY.- Vest and
Guard Chain!', Collar and shirt Buttons,
Sleeve buttons, Seal Rings, brooches, Scarf
SPOONS.-Table, Dessert, Ten, Sugar, Mus?
tard, I'.ip, Salt. Spoons and Ladles.
KO lt KS -Table, Dcsscit and Breakfast.
KN IVER.-Dessert, Fruit, Butter, Fish, Pio,
Cake and Cheese Knives.
PITCHERS.-Chalices and Communion
Sets, Ice Pitchers, Cups, Howls and Goblets.
CAS PO KS.- Silver und Plated, Fruit 8tauda,
Cake Rasla ts. Pickle Stands, Coffee Makore,
Cream Pots, Sall and Rutter Dishes, Waitora,
Ac. WILLIAM GLAZE,
One door North of S.-ott, Williams Sc Co.'s
Banking House. Main street. Nov 0 Imo
Stokes' is tho placo to get your blank
books, made at his manufac'ory.
1 Seltzer Water on draft, at POLLOCK'S.
ramao?c Ct?y Lofs at AUotton.' 1
BY D.C. PEIXOTTO &SON, Auctioneore
On tho Fitts!' MONDAY in December next, in
front of tho Court Boneo, tn this city, to tho
highoat bidder, that bountifully located
four-acre lot, on Arsenal Hill, botweeu tho
I residenco of Mayor Alexander and tho Go?
vernor's mansion, which will be divided into
eleven lots, bounded SB follows:
j LOT No. 1, bounded on tho North by Lam?
ber streot, measuring thoreon 62 foot 2inches,
j moro or loss; on tho West hy Pulaski street,
running baok thereon 208 feet moro or less;
on tho East by lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 2 of the asmo dimensions, bounded
on the North by Lumber stroot; on tho East
by lot No. 3, and on tho Weat by lot No. 1.
LOT NO. 3, of tho sanio dimensions, bounded
on tho North by Lumber street; on tho East
by lot No. 4; on tho Weat hy lot No. 2.
LOT No. 4, of the same dimensions, bounded
on tho North by Lumber street; on tho Weat
by lot No. 3; on the East by lot No. 5.
LOT NO 5, bounded on tho North by Lum
bor street, measuring thoreon 208 feet 8 inches,
moro or leas; on tho EaBt hy Wayno street,
measuring thoroon 208 feet 8 inches, moro oi
less; on tho South by lot No. ti. This is r.
corner lot, and ono of tho moat desirable loca
Hons in tho city.
LOT NO. G, bounding and fronting on Wayn<
street, and measuring thereon 104 foot .
inchon, more or less, and running back 20!
foot 8 inches; on tho Routh hy lot No. 7.
LOT NO. 7, fronting and founded on tin
East by Wayno street; on the South by Rich
land streot, running back on said stroot 20
feet 8inches, more or leBe; on tho North b
lot No. 6.
LOT NO. 8, fronting and measuring on Rich
land street 52 feot 2 Inches, more or loss
bounded on. tho East by lot No. 7; on th
Wost by lot No. 9, running back 208 feot
inches, moro or leas.
LOT NO. 9, of tho samo dimonsions, fron tin
on Richland streot; boandod on tho East b
lot No. 8; on the West by lot No. 10.
LOT NO. 10, of the samo dimensions, fronl
iRg on Richland street; hounded on tho Ea
by lot No. 9; on tho Weet by lot No. ll.
LOT No. ll. of the samo dimensions, fron
jng on Richland street; on tho Weet by Pr
laski street, running back thereon 208 fee
more or leBe; on tho East bv lot No. 10.
TEBMS OF SALE-One-third cash, balanco i
one and two years, secured hy bond of tl
purchaser, bearing interest at the rato <
j eoveu per cont, per annum, and mortgago i
tho premises. Purchaser to pay us for papo
and stamps. Nov 4 t
I South Carolina-Richland County.
D. C. PE1XOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
MrB. Mary t?. P. Gibbes, Mrs. Anna M. Gui g
ard, cl al., rs. Janu s S. Guignard, as A
i minibtrator, et ni.
IN pursuance of the decretal order pass
bv his Honor Jtldge John T. Green, <
the lat day bf July, 1S70, I will sell the f<
lowing Rh.AL liSTATE hi the city of Cohn
bia, belonging to tho estate of the late Jam
, S. Guignard, Senior, on the FIRST MON IL
in Dei ember next:
1. The. LOTS fronting on Richardson stn
-- feet, cornering on Plain street, and mimi
bael; East 20S feet to the nj ley-way tu I
Court House square; hounded on the Son
hy luis recently sold as propel ly of Dr. It.
Gibbes, Sr., deceased. This property is ci
sidercd aa among the most desirable and i
Kiblc sites tur eton s in the city. It will
sub-divided, H lid proper plat s prepared, whi
ran he inspected at the o Alco nf tho nuil
signed in Columbia.
2. The well known and valuable Plantali
ou Gill's Creek, about seven miles from <
lumbla, containing 1,152 acres, more or le
bounded on the East by lands of the estate
C. R. Bryce, deceased, and G. R. Starling, a
linds of'Dr. A. Wallace; South by tho "1
Lake" plantation; North by Gill's Creek,
desired, will he sold in parcels.
3. The Square of four acres iu Columl
upon which thu Mansion House of thc 1
James S. Guignard, Sr., stood, surrounded
a substantial brick wall; hounded on
North by Gervais street ; East by Bull stn
South by Senate street, and Wert on Mar
street. This square wi 1 probably be divii
into half acre lots.
Eight acres of LAND in the corporate lim
bounded on the South by lauds former];
Gregg, now of Kr wi li; North by lands of"
Misses Stark; East hy hinds now occupied
W. Hampton Gibbes, on Barnwell street; e
tinued East by lands of the Misses Stark.
A plat of which may be seen at the oflic
The entire property is sold free from
claim for dower, and the purchaser takes
TERMS OK SALK-One-third cash, remain
payable in one and two years in equal int
meute, with interest from date of .-al?: pi
hie annually, and secured by bond and 111
gage; purchaser to insure and assign
policy to tho umU-rsigiiud. Purchaser to
for papers, stamps, etc.
D. B. DESAUSSDRE,
Nov 9 + Special Refort
For Sale-By Assignee in Bankrupt*
District Court of the United State*. Son'h C
Hun District-In the matter of the Lau
Railroad Company, Bankrupt-In I!
By order bf Hon. G. S. Bryan, District Ji
ol the United Stale.-., for South Can
District, I will sell at public outcry, ii
city ot Columbia, South Carolina, ti
o'clock meridian, on WEDNESDAY, tho
>lay<d' December, 1870, freo from all
ami incunibraiices, all equity of redem]
being forever barred and absolutely
(dosed, the follow inf,' proper! v, viz:
THU TRACK and ROAD-BKD, BRI Di
CULVERT*, MACHIN K-SHOP8, WA'.
TANKS, mid STA I'lON-llOUSKS, all Hil
COMOTIVE CAKSand MACHINERY, an
and singular tin-prop? itv and assets, rea
personal, ol' every description whatsocv
tho LAURENS KAU.KOAH COMPANY
nil the rights, privileges, franchises and
meiits lawfully held, used or enjoyed b;
said Laurens Railroad Company, on th
lowing terms, viz: $42,000 to be paid in
and tho residuo in bonds of tho purcli
payable in ono, two and th reo years, wi
tcrest at seven per cent, per annum; pa
semi-annually and secured hy a morl gu
tho premises sold; Provided, however
tlie purchuser shall have leave to pa
whole bid in cash, if ho prefers to do so.
JAM KS M. BAXTE1
Assignee of Laurens. Railroad Comps
N. B. The Laurens Railroad is thirty?
miles in length, running from Laurem
S. C., through a very productivo colt?
ginn, and densely populated country, am
nccting at Newberry with thc Gre?nvill
Columbia Railroad, Any information rc:
ing tue property offered for salo above, v
gladly furnished on application to
JAMEl? M. BAXTER, Ar-?igur
Nov 1 tuft! Newberry, :?
Sale of Lexington Lands.
UNDER and by virtue td authority <
conferred by thu will of tho late 1
Geiger, 1 Will ofter for sale, at public an
?t Lcxiugton Court House, on the first
DAY iu December next, tho following tlc?
Parcels and Tracts of LAND, belonging
estate of thu said Henry J. Geiger:
Tho Tract known'as tho homestead
older, Abram Geiger, has boen divide
fivo parcels, and will bo sold ai follows:
No. 1.-Thu Xor th-treat portion ol
Tract, known as Hie residence anti homi
of tho late Honry J. Geiger, containing
hundred mid eighty-three acres; bonni
South and Ear-t by Nos.2 and 1 of sanie i
anti on North and Wost by lands ol Zin
mid R. Sharpe.
No. 2 -Tho Xurth-eusl pori ion of
Tract, containing three hnndn d anti eij
acres, adjoining and bounded by Gooi
Mill Traot ' and Ncooo'o land, on North and
Kant, and hr Noa. 1 and 3 on Weet and South.
A email loi baa teen oot orr and reserved for a
School House or Church.
No. S_The South-east portion of samo
Tract, lying on both aides of the Blackville
Boad, containing three hundred aerea, ad?
joining Nos. 2 and -1 on North and West, and
lands of Spires and Richter on East and
No. 4.-The South-wett portion of same
Tract, containing three hundred and thirty
five acres, lying on tho Blackville Road, ?nd
bounded by Giasendamer on South and West,
and by Nos. 1 and 3 on North and East.
No. 5.-Tho Patrick Tract,containing forty
seven aeren, adjoining and lying Weat of Nos.
1 aud 4, and bounded bylands of Qisaendamer,
Arther and Sharpe.
The above Tract lies on tho bead waters of
First Creek, waters of Co ngaree River.
No. 6.-The Tract known as the "Michael
Wiso," or "Old Wise" place, containing two
hundred and forty-nine sores, lying on tho
head waters of Cedar Crcok and Bull Swamp,
on both sidos of the road from Orangeburg to
Lexington, end bounded by binds of Coleman,
Hullo. Sharpe- and others.
No. 7-Tho "John Slghtler" Tract, contain?
ing four hundred and eighteen acres, lying
beiwoen tho head of Sandy Bun and Big Buh
Swamp, aud adjoining lands of Herbert Spires,
Richter, Dominick and Mrs. Smith.
No. 8.-Tho "George 8ightlor,"or "Slghtler
Homestead" Tract, lying on the head waters
ot Savannah Hunt Creek, wat um of Congareo
River, and anjoining lands of H. H. Geiger, G.
Kaigier, J. L. Sighllor and others.
This Tract has been divided, and will be
sold as follows:
1. The Eastern hal*, containing four hun?
dred and forty aores, which embrscos the re
sidonco and settlement, (of thus ono a?re baa
been set off and reaerved as a grave-yard. )
2. Tho Weh tern half, containing throe hun?
dred and thirty-two aeren.
AU of th? abo vo Tracts have been recently
surveyed and divided .by James H. Taylor.
Surveyor, and plats made of tire esme, which
can be inspected St tho office of Mesure. Tolley,
Bachman A Waties, at'Oolomhia. until day of
sale. . . .
They will be Bold in tho qr.der.in which .thoy
aro numbered, abd on the following TERMS :
One-fourth cash; balance in ono, two and
throe years, sccrxred by bond and mortgage of
the purchaser, bearing interest from day of
salo. Purchasers tc poy for papers .and
stamps. ALEXANDER GEIGER.
Qualified Executor of Henry J. Geiger, de?
ceased. Oct 29 s6
Valuable Land for Sale.
IOFFER for salo 5,000 acres of LAND, the
uioHt valuable po. tion of the Doby estate,
on West bank Watoroo river, twenty miles
East of Columbia; ten miles below Camdon;
Ovo miles from Camden Branch Railroad;
twclvo miles (rom line of Railroad from
Sumter to Columbia. Thc river affords fine
water traueportatiou. The placo ia perfectly
healthy, with thc finest water, and a number
of thc best laborers In tho County; bounded
by lauds of Mr?. English, and Blacks, and
others. 1,000 acree aro river bottoms, tho
irrealer portion safe from ovcr-llows, with a
river front of nearly a mile, all cleared, except
200 acres of finely timbered oak lands, and
under lenco, producing finely Cotton, Corn
and tunah grain, and especially adapted lo
stock raising; and alargouumber of cattle can
be kept lat all the year without feeding, and
readily eold on tho placo. Tho balance
ll,000 acres) are good pino lands, with a large
proportion of lino creek bottoms. On North
aud Soutli Spear's Creek; on publio road from
Columbia to Camdon, oi?liteon miles from
former place, there aro 200 acres good up?
land cleared and under fence, adjoining the
river bottoms; balance heavily timbered with
pine. There is a fino rosidonco conveniently
situated, and ample accommodations for
laborers. Will bc sold in a body or tracts to
suit. For further particular?, apply to E. C.
Dpnv, Camdon, or to Colonel MCMA-TEU, Co?
lumbia, who will show plat? of tho lands.
?JOHN MCCASKILL, near tho place, will show
parties tho lands. Nov 8 i
GREAT ?EDUCTION Of PRICES
XS CONSEQUENCE OF THE
FALL OF GOLD!
IMMENSE stock" of WATCHES, CLOCKS
and JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WAKE; tho largest stock in tho Stato; BELL?
INI; AT now FIOUBES.
lu conscqiunco of tho low prices of Gold,
tho subscriber has concluded to sell his stock
accordingly, and would call tho attention of
thu visitors to the Fair to call and examine
before purchasing'olbewhero, as it is a duty
you owe to yourselves.
All he asks is a fair trial. Call and bo con?
Wo also have on hand a lino stook of C?T
1,1'.UV, both for pocket and table uso, with a
largo assortment of SPORTING IMPLE?
Hive ino u call and examino my stock.
NI.V.S.'I DndorColnmbia Hotel.
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch House in
the city of Columbia, offer for Halo the
i latest patented and best mado STOVES;
?thc most improved patterns and rogu
sizes ot' all kinds nf TIN-WARE, and
everything in theao particular liues, with
cotilidenco of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinds of
job work dono with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all it? branches, ex?
ecuted. If you want Water carried to all
convenient points about your promises, we
will do vmir work at such prices as will enable
all to afford it;
Tho public are invitod to call. Store in
Ehrlich's Budding, four doora below Bryce's
comer. _Aug 18 t
C O L UM B JA , S . C.
HAVING sold Messrs. Agnew
l& Daily my OMNIRUS, to bc
run in cnn neel ion with tho "NICKERSON
HOUSE," it is duo tho publio to say that thc
change of collection of faro docs not effect the
present arrangement of passcugors coming
down the Grcouvillo road going to Charles?
ton, "nor returning." Will give supper going
down or breakfast goiug up, with Omnibus
fare, included both ways, for ONE DOLLAR.
Also, passengers over Charlotte, Columbia
and AugUBta Road going SOUTH, will bo taken
free to diuncr-houuo and back to cars in am?
ple time- all for fl.
Nov 1 Imo WM. A. WRIGHT.
ALL persons Indebted to tho late Dr.
SAMUEL FAIR, of Columbia, deceased,
aro hereby notittcd to make immediate pay?
ment; and tlioeo holding claims against his
catato will present tho same, properly attest?
ed, to me. MARY D. FAIR,
Oct 23.fi 3 _Executrix.
Uc-itiiig Slurried.-Essays for Young Men,
on Social Evils, aud tko propriety or impro?
priety or getting Married, with sanitary help
for those who feel unfitted for matrimonia!
happiness. Sent free, in scaled envolopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Bot P,
Philadelphia, Pa. Sept 21 arno