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lKt?r*fltIag Kaiopcan Intelligence.
VXRSAXUUBS, November 9:-^-*ThV Ger?
mon forcoo here have received scarcely
anyr roiatorcecoento ei no o tho (all pt
Vm> efctept i7th and 4th diviaiono of
Wnrlemborgors, who were sent West?
ward toon alter the capitulation.
A chango of plans bas occurred at
Lyon?, An i ra media to nt tack on the city
is threaten od by tho Gormans.
Recent firing from guns on tho enci?
ento at Paris show that they have far
greater range than hos hitherto been
BuppoBod. The shells of theso gunn
yesterday reached and demolished the
German works beyond Wilie Davrny.
The military authorities hero are in?
creasing their severity and cruelty to?
wards the oivil functionaries of tho city.
Parties who were captured from tho
balloon, are still held as prisoners. At o
council held Monday, Von Bismarck
strenuously advocated the shooting ol
all captured balloonists.
.. ^number of oivilinns at Versaillee
have boen arrested by the Germans, be
causo of alleged communication with
Paris. They havo been sent to Ger
many co prisoners of war.
Gen.^Trqohu daily marobo3 fifty oj
sixty battalions of men under tho guns
of f*qrt Mont du Valerian. The Ger
mans are hourly expecting him to mak<
LONDON, Novomber 14.-Throe of th<
crew - ?f the German Bteamer Hanson
Grimsby lost their lives while trying t<
save tho oro vf of a vessel wrecked on th?
Official contradiction has been givci
to the report that G?n. Boyer, when a
Versailles? conferred with any persoi
other than Count Bismarck.
The Bavarian negotiators aro still n
Versailles. They leave Saturday. Th
result of their mission is uncertain.
HAVANA, November 15.-The cour
martial in session here has condemned t
death all the leaders of the rebellion, th
members.of the various juntas, and ?
other persons who have beon instrument
al in the rebellion, but who arc now al
sent from Cuba. The estutcs of all sue
LONDON, November 15.-Despatohc
from Tours and Blois aro somewhat cor
fused, and to this hour aro unverified
There is a report that Yonder Tann, wh
was advancing Southward from Toun
with reinforcements, was fiercely a
tacked by the Frouoh, near Athorna]
who captured many prisoners and twenty
TOURS, November 15.-Thc ovenin
journals announce that the material bern
fits bf the battle of Uauboniers was grea
er than at first supposed. Many Gc
mans were found hiding themselves i
the woods and ont-buildings; never
cannon were also found. Many hors*
were captured. The French Gener
who neglected to surround tho woods i
ordered, whereby 5,000 Prussians e
caped, was dismissed from the army upc
the battle-field. A number of Colone
were promoted to Generals. A map ca
tured upon the person of a superior c
floor indicated which oities were to 1
occupied by the Prussians; but neith
Tours nor Blois was mentioned. V<
der Tann narrowly escaped capture
Thiers publishes tho account of h
negotiations with Bismarck. The armi
tioe turned upon tho victualing of Par:
Thiers Bays: Bismarck, speaking iu t
name of the military leaders, pro no tm
ed against revictualing, unless ho rccci
ed a military equivalent. I demand
what he meant. Ho answered, a fort
perhaps more than ono. I immediate
stopped Bismarck, saying: "lt. is Pa
you ask. Paris-our force, our hor
which yon are notable to vanquish, aft
fifty days'siego." Thiers added: Wh
wo arrived hero, wo could go no furthi
BERLIN, November 15.-Gorman uni
negotiations aro still progressing. Pn
sia proposes that regulations for t
press and public mootings shall belo
exclusively to tho Federal Parliamei
The Post, of Berlin, charges that Git
stone interfered in tho interest of pet
jost long enough to place a new Freu
HAMBURG, November 15.-The Wi
phalia, for New York, refugecd at Ci
haven, owing to tho movements of I
French fleet off tho Elbo. -
LONDON, November 15.-Balloon do
ments, recently captured by tho Pr
sians, seriously compromise tho non tr.
ty of Switzerland. A noto from
French Government thanks neutrals
intervention in behalf of peace. 1
note adds: "The aoceptauco of ha
Prussiau terms, would have boen vii
ally subscribing to our own subjugatio
Tho Times, in an editorial, to-day, a
it is disposed to bolieve that the Frei
feeling is so intense, that tito war co
not end by any matins with thc capt
VIENNA, November 15.-Great ent
siasm was created on the Bourse, U]
tho announcement that the l'russisns
LONDON, November 15.-The 2
graph says it is certain Hint Russia
sixty iron-clad gun-boats in the Bl
Set*, ready f?r notion.
TOUBH, November 15.-The rnsolv
Russia to withdraw from tho trent
1856 creates a profound sensation,
said that the English envoy has gon
Versailles, to demand King Wi Uh
view of the matter relative to the Frc
camp between Arthenay and Orle
which has been strongly fortified. '
is tho base of tho army of the L
Tho Franc-tireurs and Prussian BC
are constantly skirmishing in the vi
ty of St. Perany.
CITY OP MEXICO, VIA HAVANA,
vember 15.-Tho cholera is ragic
port Minatilan, brought there by ve
in July. Tho Government cloner
port of Merida and opens the po
Progress instead. The healths of Ji
and wife are improving. Banditi
plunderipg towns and, settlem,epl
Soualou, Trial cants for thb assas
tion is again deferred. Gen. No,
having claims against
Moxioo, Tho can did at ar o of Por fio re
Dias for President gains ground.
LONDON, November 15.-Denpatobes
from Blois andTouro confirm rumoro that
a battle has been fought near Arthecy.
The extent of the Prussian loss has not
?et been ascertained; but that another
"renell victory has been obtained,
seems to be without doubt. Tho conflict
originated in nn attack upon Lunn,
along the road leading from Cbevilly and
Orleuns, and the fight bas evidently been
very desperate Indications of tho
hurried and complete retreat of the
Germans are reported to bo everywhere
visible in tho neighborhood of Orleans,
and n subsequent despatch will no doubt
confirm what, at present, seem to be in
distiot rumors, furnished on the informa?
tion of stragglers from the army and
villages. Tho French aro following up
their rocent victories with considerable
fervor and dush, and latest reports from
tho iuterior of Paris, where the news of
rocent victories have been officially pub?
lished, have given a silver lining to tho
cloud that seems to hung over the doom?
Toons, N?vombor 15.-A despatch
from Lyons announces that the muti?
nous soldiers of tho Garde Mobile have
been tried and three executed.
Auxionne, in the department of Cote
dor, bas beeu nearly invested by tho
Tho Prussian force at Chevigny, about
4,800 strong, has been recalled to Gray,
in the department of Haute Saono, owing
to ihe recapture of Dejon by the French.
300 Prussians attacked this place yester?
day, but were handsomely repulsed by
the National Guard.
MARSEILLES, November 15.-Returns
from the municipal elections foot np ns
8,000. The city has boen perfectly quiet.
LONDON, November 15.-A French
gun-boat captured tho German vessel
NEW YORK, November 14.-A World's
special from Tours says the main body
of the urmy of the Loire yesterday oc?
cupied a position extending along the
lino of tho Chateau Dun road to St.
Peravy, Patay aud Chovily. Total loss
of tho Germans in the notions of the
7th, Otb aud 10th, beioro Orleaux, in?
cluding 500 sick aud wounded who were
abandoned, aggregate 10,000 iu killed,
wounded and prisoners. Gen. Paladines
is now executing a movement which is
designed to outflank Gen. Yonder Tann's
MONTGOMERY, November 15.-The
State Fair opens with fine prospects.
Weather flue and many entries. The
horse show is unprecedented, and in?
cludes many notorious thorough breds.
Tho Democrats carry tho State by
from 3,000 to 5,000. In the House
there are sixty-five Democrats and thhty
five Republicans, of whom fifteen are
colored. The last House was seventeen
Democrats and eighty-three Republicans.
The Senate holding over, stands two
Democrats and thirty-oje Republicans.
The majority on joint ballot is doubt?
WILMINGTON, November 15.-The
entries largely exceed those of the Cape
Fear Agricultural Exposition, and bids
fair to bo the finest exhibition ever held
in this Stute. The city is thronged with
visitors. Several thousand aro expected
to-morrow. The Fair closes Friday.
FORTRESS MONROE, November 15.
Arrived-schooner S. P. Hawes, from
Pensacola for New York, leaking, with
loss of part of deck load. A North-east
storm prevails. j
NEW YORK, November 15.-Commo?
dore C. K. Harrison, James A. Raynor,
W. S. Williams, and others, of this city,
largely interested as stockholders in,
and managers of, tho New Orleans, Mo?
bile and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
have establishod a lino of steamers be?
tween the port of New Orleans and the
Texas coast. The Thomas Kolsoe, an
iron steamship of light draught, and
about 1,400 tons burthen, tho first ship
of the line, will leave this port during
the present month, going immediately
into tho servico on ber arrival.
WASHINGTON, November 15.-Tho
'supervisor for Tennessee telegraphs that
300 distilleries v/ill start and run in that
Stato all the winter, under the decision
regarding purifying and refining whis?
NEW ORLEANS, November 15.-Ar?
rived-Frankfort, from Bremen, with
894 passengers-mostly emigrants. 500
are for Texas. Tho trial of the Baton
Rouge prisoners commenced this morn?
ing. The Picayune says it is asserted
that nine-teuths of these prisoners are
well kuown ns quiet, respectable citizens,
who were in no way connected with tho
riot. David Fisher, of Donnldsonvillo,
is arrested for killing Mayor Sohoonberg.
Judge Laws, in default of bail, was sent
to tho Parish prison.
FORTRESS MONROE, Novomber 15.
Tlie steamer Regulator, from New York
for Wilmington, lost her rudder Inst
night, sixty miles ol? tho cape. She is
C?Lui?g into Norfolk foi' xcpuirs.
CINCINNATI, Novomber 15.-W. Star?
buck, founder of tho Evening Times, of
thia oily, died to-day with heart disease,
THE CITIZENS' SAVINQS BANK is now
preparod to draw directly on all the pro?
minent placoB in
I England, Scotland and Ireland,
and the Oriont,
and will f- MiMh drat tn at New York rates.
Oct 23_A. Q.BRBN1ZER, Cashier.
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BIELS ANO COUPONS, MUTILATED
CTRRENOY, COUNTY CLAIMS, ?CO., Ac,
bought and sold by *v( D. QAMBUILL,
-, ?X :. OrridfejuOouimbia Hotel Building.
August 21 gmo
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Nore rober 16.-Sol?A
of cotton yesterday, 83 balee-middljnga
MK?W?(C'3 J? ?-? MY ? 4
BOSTON, November 15.-Cotton nra*"
middlings 16*^; oaks 300 boles; recoipia
305; aviook3^600. ,
NBW YORK, Novomber 15-Noon.
Flour dall and drooping. Wilt at -tl nil
and heavy.' Corn scarce and firm. Pork
quiet, at 24.50(2)24.75. Cotton nativo
and strong-uplandB 16^; Orleans 16%?
sales 2,000 bales. Stocks utrong. Oold
Ufa Freights firm. Money 4@5. Ster?
ling-long 0;? ; short 9??; 62's 8.
7 P. M.-Cotton strong-sales 7,000[
bales; uplands 16>?. Flour-Stato ana
Western inactivo; superfine email@example.com;
Southern dull-common to fair extra
5.15(?)6.20. Wheat inactive and a sh ado
lower-winter red and amber Western
firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn inactive and l@2c.
lower-new 83(aj85; old 88>.<@89. Beef
-plain 10@15; extra 16>?($18. Pork
dull, at 24T60@24.75. Lard heavy
steam 14??(j&1414. Whiskey easier, at
86@86|.<. Freights firm. Money 5?6.
BALTIMORE, November 15.-Flour
moro active and firm. Wheat firm and
scarce. Corn firm-white Southern old I
80@82; now 74@76. Provisions un?
changed. \Vhi8koy87',<@88;^. Cotton
quiet and firm-middlings 16; enies 400
bales; net receipts 260; stock 5,725.
ST. LOUIS, November 15.-Flour firm?
er. Corn firm-new mixed G5. Bag?
ging lower, at 28'.<@29. Pork lower, at
email@example.com; old 25.00.
LOUISVILLE, November 15.-Bagging
firm, at 28@29. Flour, corn, provisions
nnd whiskey quiet and nnobanged.
CINCINNATI, November 15.-Flonr
holders firm, but demand light, nt 5.C0
(?5.75. Corn dull uud lowor, ut 45(V?}46.
Mess pork nominal-23 asked. Lard 13
(alli. Whiskey dull and drooping, nt
GALVESTON, November 15.-Cotton
firm-good ordinary I3}?; sales 700
bales; recoipts 1,739; stock 17,910.
NEW ORLEANS, November 15.-Mid?
dling cotton 15j.<; sales 6,600 bales; re?
ceipts 11,157; stock 106,015.
MoniLE, November 15.-Cotton firm
middlings 15@15?4; sales 1,400 bales;
receipts 1,117; stock 33,502.
SAVANNAH, November 15.-Cottou
firm-middlings 15^; sales 1,000 bales;
receipts 3,472; stock 70,008.
EgAuuusTA, November 15.-Cotton mar?
ket very uctivo and higher, with advanc?
ing tcudency, at 15 for middlings; soles
1,560 bales; receipts 1,660.
CHARLESTON, November 15.-Cotton
firm-middlings 15.'.i; sales 1,000 bales;
receipts 2,804; exports to Great Britain
4,686; stock 24,197.
LONDON, November 15-Noon.-Con?
sols 92^4. Bonds 88"'.i.
LIVERPOOL, November 15-Noon.
Cotton steady-uplands 9; Orleans
LivEnrooL, Novomber 15-Evening.
Cotton firmer-uplands 0^@,0^4; Or?
leans 9j.i@9;^; sales 12,000 bales.
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE
IMMENSE stock of WATCIIES, CLOCKS
and JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATEO
WARE; thc largest ?tock in thc State; BELL?
ING AT LOW FIOUUKS.
lu consequence of tho low prices of Gold,
tho subscriber haa concluded to sell his stock
accordingly, and would call tho attention of
tho visitors to tho Fair to call and examino
before purchasing elsewhere, as it is a duty
you owe to yourselves.
All he asks is a fair trial. Call and bc con?
Wo also havoou hand a fino stock of CUT
LEU Y, both for pocket and labte uso. with a
large assortment ot SPORTING IMPLE?
Give mo a call and examine my stock.
NOV H Under Columbia Hou-!.
C. F. JACKSON
WILL offer, beginning with this week,
Home of the
DRY GOODS AND FANCY ARTICLES
Ever offered in this city.
Every Department ia well tilled vith tho
choicest and moat desirable Goods. Quilts,
blankets, Homespun, Shawls, Cloaks-in fact,
everything usually kept in a First Class
Establishment, and at prices to suit thc de?
clino in Cotton. Nov ii
11IIE largest, finest, and boat stock of!
. CLOTHING in tho citv. Owing to the
death of Col. W. J. Hoke, tho .?lock will bo
sold at prices that defy competition.
Our line of Over-coats, llaglans, Business
suits, young men and boyu' clothes, aim water?
proof goods, (of every style,) is completo.
Buyers will remember, wo ofter tho above
goods, together with a splendid stock of Furn?
ishing Goods, Hats, Cap?, Umbrellas, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet-bags, etc., eic., lower than
tho samo articles can bo bought this side of j
Tho business will bo conducted by G. M.
Johnson, assiste-d by myself, who respectfully
solicits a share of the public patronage.
Son of W. J. Hoke.
N. B.- Tho undersigned respectfully invites
all bis old friends to give him a call, seo for
themselves, and bo satibticd that thc truth of
tho above will bo fully verified.
Nov 5 G. M. JOHNSON.
Washington street, near Main,
? BEGS to inform his patrons and citizens
generally that he has receivod tho latest
fU PATTERNS for gentlemen's fall and
-U1L winter garments. Ho has also a beauti?
ful assortment of GOODS, of varions grades,
in the way of CLOTHS, CASHMERES and
VESTINGS, whioh will be made up at abort
notice, in tho very beat manner,*
He is Agent for the JfcTNA HEWING MA?
CHINE, which is in ase by several families in
this city, and who express themselves highly
gratifiod at ita operation, i.auien abd heads
of f andi ten generali v are invited to call and
see. . * . T. fl Tl f\ .'OoM*
iggf : entirely to the
offers for sale lils entire
stock of DRY GOODS,
SHOES, etc., at and
One door South Phoenix Office.
as^Citv Monoy taken at par.-fco. Nov 8
R. & W. (i, SWAFFIELD'S.
^fflBWN- WE Lave now on hand the
B?l^glargost stock we have ever
offered to the public. Owing to the warm
weather, our stock ia unbroken. We are anx?
ious to sell, and will sell
LOW FOR C\ASH.'
It is too well known to need ropetition,
that wo keep tho LARGEST AND PEST B
STOCK IN THE STATE, and warrant all our
Gooda, both iii price and quality.
Our FURNISHING GOODS stock is com?
Sn I HTS that will tit.
TIES aud CRAVATS, of all pat te; ne.
GLOVES, iu endless variety,
UNDERSHIRTS and DRAWERS.
TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS, Ac .
?ffl^T^ Over seventy fivo CAPE OVER
.reStit^TVnCOATS and CAPE8 now on baud.
HATS, of all qualities and styles.
Give us a call before leaving the city.
NovO R.A W.C. SWAFFIELD.
8. W. rOKTUU. II. M. STEELE.
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
T <Z> - 33 ^ Y !
LAD JES' SUITS,
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A lull and choice lot of
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
We oder our Goods at low Cotton ligure*.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct 21 Columbia. S. C.
BOOT, SHOE, HAT AXD TRUNK
?HAS now opened and
ready for inspection tho
largest and most select_
stock of GOODS, in its line, ever
offered in this market. This stock has been
solectcd with groat care from thu best manu?
facturers in boston. New York, Philadelphia
and other noted Shoe markots. Persons visi?
ting our city during our approaching Fair,
will lind it greatlv to their advantage to call
at tho Sign of tho DIG ROOT and HAT, ono
door North of the Columbia Hotel. Every
article sold in this House is warranted as re?
presented. In point of style, quality and
price wc cannot be surpassed.
Oct yt) A. SMYTHE.
Piedmont and Arlington Life Insur?
GEXEUAL AnENCY AT COLI'MMA,
"1XTE take pleasure in announcing to our
V V policy-holders and tho citizens of South
Carolina, tho association of Gov. M. Ii. DON
HAM, with our General Agency, and that he
will give his personal attention to tho inter?
ests of the company in every portion of the
LliAPIIART, JEFFERSON A RANSOM,
Goner a I Agents.
Having examined into thu condition of thc
above compauy, and become associated with
its Qoneral Agency, I ctmmond it to the
citizens of South Carolina aa one of tho safest,
moat reliable and successful Lifo Inauranco
Companies in the United States.
Good canvassing agents desired in every
District. Address, Branch Oftice, Colombia,
8. C. M. L. BONHAM.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK would
call the attention of the public to the fact
that they aro transacting a GENERAL BANK?
ING BUSINESS, and extend tho usual accom?
modations to business men and others, who
favor them with their account*.
Oct 38 ' ? ATG. BRENTZER, Cashi
ON MONDAY, tho 2lot instant., will bo cold fit
i 1 auction, . - U,AUU^
THIRTY ACHES OF LAND, bounded North
by tho Sand Hill residence of Robert Bryce,
East by the main Road to Bice Creek Springe.
Sooth by landa of Rufus M. Johnston, and
West by landa of Dr. E. Marks and W. J. Duf?
fie. Buildings on tho land. Terms cash.
Maybe treated for privately. Nov 13
WILL be ofi?rod for salo, on SALE DAY
in December next, that GRAIN und
COTTON PLANTATION in Abbeville County,
near Calhoun's Mills, on Calhoun's Crook,
containing 1,000 acres, moro or loss, bounded
by landa of oatate of James Taggart, Mrs.
Catherine Alston, John Link, ami others.
The improvements aro good, thero aro ac?
commodations for twenty-five or thirty labor?
ers and fonces in good repair. Almost 250 or
300 acres are creek bottom land, and almost
800 acres timbered.
The place can bo treated for privately, ano
with it will bo sold, if desired, MULES
HOUSES. STOCK. CORN, Ac.
If not sold, it will be rented. Apply to WM
H. PARKER, at Abbeville Court Bouso.
Oct 15 j20_E.L. PARKER.
For Sale-By Assignee in Bankruptcy
District Court of the United Staten, South Caro
lina District-In thc matter of the Lauren
Railroad Company, Bankrupt-In Bank
By order of Hon. G. S.Bryan, District Judg
ot tho United States, for South Carolin;
Distriot, I will sell at public outcry, in th
city of Columbia, South Carolina, at 1
o'clock meridian, on WEDNESDAY, the 7t!
day of December, 1870, freo from all lien
and incunibrances, all equity o' redemptio
being forover barrod and abaolutely fore
closed, tho following oroperty, viz:
THE TRACK and ROAD-BED, BRIDGE!:
CULVERTS, MACHINE-SHOPS, WATEI
TANKS, and STATION-HOU8E8, all tho LC
COMOTIVE CARS and MACHINERY, and a
and singular tho property and assets, real an
personal, of everv descrq tion whatsoever,!
the LAURENS RAILROAD COMPANY, an
all tho rights, privileges, francBTses and eaai
monta lawfully held, used br enjoyed by tl
said Laurens Railroad. Company, on tho fo
lowing terms, viz: $42,000 to bo paid io casi
and tlio residuo in bonds of tho purchase
payable iu ono, two aud three years, with ii
torest at seven per cent, per annum; payab
semi-annually and secured by a mortgage
tho promises sold; Provided, however, tin
tho purchaser shall have leave to pay tl
whole bid in cash, if he prefers to do so.
JAMES M. BAXTER,
Assignee of Laurens Railroad Company.
N. B. The Laurens Railroad is thirty-thr
miles in length, running from Laurcnsvill
S. C., through a very productivo cotton i
gion, and densely populated country, and co
necting at Nowberry with the Greenville ai
Columbia Railroad, Any information roBpei
ing tho property offered for sale above, will
gladlv furnished on applicatiou to
JAMES M. BAXTER, Assignee,
Nov 1 tuf '.' Newberry. S. C.
Valuable City Lats at Auction.
BYD.C. PEIX0TT0 & SON, Auctionee
On tho FIRST MONDAY in Decomber next,
front of thc Court House, in this city, to t
highest bidder, that beautifully locat
four-acre lot, on Arsenal Hill, between t
residence of Mayor Alexander and thc G
vernor's mansion, which will be divided ii
eleven lots, bounded as follows:
LOT No. 1, bounded on tho North by Lu
ber street, measuring thereon 52 leet 2 inch
more or less; on thc West by Pulaski strc
running back thereon 208 feet more or le
on the East by lot No. 2.
LOT No. 2, of the same dimensions, bouui?
on tho North by Lumber street; on thc L.
by lot No. 3, anil on tho Weat by lot No. 1.
LOT NO. 3. of the samo dimensions, bound
on the North by Lumber street; on thc E
by lot No. 1; on tho Westby lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 4, of tho samo dimensions, bourn
on the North by Lumber street; on the W
by lot No. 3; or? tho East by lot No. 5
LOT No 5, bounded on the North by Lu
ber street, measuring thereon 208 feet S incli
more or leas; on the East by Wayne str(
measuring thereon 20S feet 8 inches, more
loss; on the South by lot No. G. This i
corner lot, and ono of tho most desirable lo
tiona in the eily.
LOT NO. ti, bounding and fronting on Wa;
street, and measuring thereon 104 fee
inches, more or iesd, and running back
foot H inches; on ?lie South by lot No. 7.
LOT NO. 7, fronting and bounded on
East by Wayne, street; on tho South by Hi
land street, running back on said street
feet 8inches, more or less; on tho North
lot No. tl.
LOT NO. 8, fronting and measuring on Ri
land street 52 feet 2 inches, moro or 1
bounded on the East by lot No. 7: on
West by lot No. 0, miming back 20^ fe
inches, moro or less.
LOT NO. 1), of the same dimensions, front
on Richland Htroet; bounded on the Eas
lot No. 8; on tho West by lot No. 10.
LOT NO. 10, of the same dimensions, fr
iug on Richland street; bounded on the]
by lot No. 0; on tho West by lot No. ll.
LOT No. ll, of the sanio dimensions, fr
ing on Rich land street; on the West by
laski street, running back thereon 208" I
moreor less; on th? East by lot No. 10.
TERMS OK SALK-One-third cash, balanc
ono and two years, secured by bond (d'
purchaser, bearing interest at tho rat
seven per cont, per annum, and mortgat
tho premises. Purchaser to pay us for pa
and stamps. Nov .
South Carolina-Richland Count
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUCTIONEER;
Mrs. Mary S. P. Gibbes, Mrs. Anna M. Gr
anl, et al., cs. Janies S. Guignard, aa
min?stralo!-, et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order pa
bv his Honor Judge John T. Green
tho 1st dav of July, 1870, I will sell thc
lowing REAL ESTATE in the city of Co
bia, belonging to the catate of the late Jt
S. Gnignard, Senior, on the FIRST MON
in December next:
1. The LOTS fronting on Richardson s
- feet, corner i ng on Plain stn et, and run
back East 208 feet to tho alley-way U
Court House square; bounded on the S
by lots recently sold as property of Dr. 1
Gibbes, Sr., deceased. This property is
Bittered as among tho mod desirablo am
gible sites for stores iu tho city. It w
sub-divided, and proper plats prepared, v
can bo inspected at thc oflico of the ui
signed in Columbia.
2. Tho well known and valuable Plant
on Gill's Creek, about sovon miles from
lumbla, containing 1,152 acres, moro or
bounded oil the East by lands of tho csti
C. R. Urvce, deceaBod, and G. R. Starling
lands of'Dr. A. Wallace; South by tho
Lake" plantation; North by Gill's Creel
desired, will bc ?old In parcols.
3. The Square . ? ?ur acres in Cohn
upon which the Mansion House of tho
J nines S. Guignard, Sr., stood, surround
a substantial brick wall; bounded oe
North by Gorvaia street; Eaet by Bull ?
South by Senate street, and Weat on M
street. This equaro wi'l probably be di
into half acre lots.
Eight acres of LAND in tho corporate li
bounded on the South by landa forme
Gregg, now of Erwiu; North by lands .
Blisses Stark; East by landa now oconpi
W. Hampton Gibbes, on Barnwell etreet
tinned East by lands of the Mi. M Star
A plat of which may bo seen at the of
The entire property ia ?old free fro
.- .r-*-j- . ,
TiLKW:el SALE-Gne-tu?rd caab. remainder
payablo.in ano ?nd two ,ycara ^in equfdjno tal
bid annunlly, fcc bond and mort?
gage; parchanor to inanro and Benign the
?ioifcy to tho undersigned. Purchaser to pay
or papors, stamps, eto. . .
D. B. DBSAUSSURE,
Nov9t > Special Referee;
Valuable Land for Salo. . "
IOFFER for sale 5,000 aeres ol LARD, the
most valuable portion of the Doby estate,
on West bank Wateree river,'twenty milos
East of Columbia; ten miles below Camden;
livo miles from Camden Branoh Railroad;
\ twelve miles from line of Railroad from
Sumter to Columbia. Tho rivor affords fine
water transportation. The place is perfectly
healthy, with the Hoest wator, and a number
of tho beat laborers in the County; bounded
by lands of Mrs. English, and Blacks, and
? others. 1,000 aerea aro river bottoms, the ,.
greater portion safe from over-flows, with a
rivor front of noarly a mile, all cleared, except
200 acres of finely timbered oak landa, and
I under fonco, producing finely Cotton, Corn
and small grain, and especially adapted to
stock raising; and a largo number of oattlocan
be kept tat all tho voar without feeding, and
readily sold on the place. The balance
(4,000 acroa) are good pine lands, with a largo
proportion of fm o creek bottoms. 2,500 acres
of tho above-a separate tract-are on North
and South Spear's Crock, immediately on the
lino of tho Chatham Railroad, and the tele?
graph road from Colombia to Camden, sixteen
miles from the former; heavily timbered with
pine, and flue water power; 200 acres good up?
land .doarod and under fence, adjoining the
river bottoms: balanco heavily timbered with
pino. There is a fine residence conveniently
situated, and ample accommodations for
laborors. Will be sold in a body or tracta to
suit. For further particulars, apply to E. C.
DOOY, Camden, or to Colonel MCMA-TEB, Co?
lumbia, who will show plata of the lauds.
JOHN MCCASKILL, near tho place, wiU show
parties the lands. If not disposed of before,
I will offer thom at auction on the first MON?
DAY in December._Nov9t
MA LARGE COTTAGE, with 9 Rooms
and a Pantry, in a most desirable part
of tho city, with kitchon, dry cellar and
ol her out-houses and conveniences. Besides
a frout garden, with rare trocs a'nd shrubbery,
it has a roomy yard and largo garden, in
which thero ia qmte a number of fruit-bear?
ing trees, such as pears, poaches, apricots,
figs and plums, with a fl ne arbor, the whole
width of the garden, with grapes of several
Terms moderate. Inquiro at tho store of
E. STENHOUSE, or at this office, lt not sold
before tho 1st of December, perhaps may rent
to a good tenant._Got 27 |18
THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
jon the Barhainville Road and the Char
Jot te Railroad, about U miles from the
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
moro or less, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country rosidence, a most excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or eix hands; it ie about two-thirds cleared
ami is most admirably situated and watered
for a vegotable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween tho two branches which forms the
stream flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of the same soil on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to tho acre. Possession given 1st Janua?
ry next. For further particulars, apply at this
office, or to L. H. BECKWITH,
Oct.G 3mo . Orangeburg, 8. C.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters
EVERY DAY at tho Columbia Ice House.
Jnet received, another lot, TO-DAY, of
the best that can be had, and I intend to keep
thom regular all this season.
Oct 28 lm JOHN D. BATEMAN.
IVE- 3E3L*. lO^jFLjEtY'?
Piain Street, near Main.
NOW on hand and daily re?
ceiving from the manufac?
tories of New York, Boston,
Cincinnati and Louisvillo,the
largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this markot, consisting
in part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Suits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, ic Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celebrated Georgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES made to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
?hortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms cash and Gooda cheap._Ocl^SO
THF, AUE OF PROGRESS.
PURITY AND CHEAPNESS.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
At thc old stand,
E. H. HE1NITSH,
Wholesale and Retail Drug House.
DRUGS, Medicines, and evorthing in the
Drug line to suit the times. Onward is
MEDICINES for the sick at much reduced
prices. Prescriptions prepared at low prices.
Tli-3 best of everything sold-and sold at
prices to Buit.
Tho sick, the lame, the feeblo in health, can
have no excuse for remedies-here they aro at
your own price. Come and heal thyself.
The Quaker liniment for Rheumatism and
Pains; Stanleys Great Cough Syrup for
Coughs and Colds; Kina Chill Cure for Chills
ind Fever; Queen's Delightfor tho Diseases ot
tho Blood; Crimson Tetter Wash for tho Com?
plexion; Gardon and Fiold Seeds, just re?
ceived; Land ret n Seeds-a new supply for
1S71. Plant your Winter Gardon, BOW Cab
t.age Seed, Onion Seod, Lettuce Seed-and
look out for the beat place to buy your goods.
Remember -at the Old Stand ia the place for
your Medicines. E. H. HEINIT8H,
Nov '.) Druggist and Chemist.
New Supply of Groceries!
C. R. a~d R. SIDES,
Bulk BACON aud SHOULDERS.
Break last STRIPS,
Sugar Cured SHOULD 1 !>:.
?TO. 1,2, .1 MACKEREL,
!; Barrels and half barrels andkits,
. Thc best Western Brands at very low
figures, in barrels, halves, quarter* and
eighths of barrels.
Becker's Self-Ilaising FLOUR.
CONDENSED Milk, beet quality,
ALBS, Ac, of superior quality, ?old at
low figuren. G. DIERCKS.
SMOKING TOBACCO, of varions brands :
Durham, Virginity, Advanoo.Ac.
DomosUc and Imported CIGARB.
Oct 80 O.DIEROK'8.