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LONDON, November 24.-A carious en?
gagement is reported at Hen cou rt, on
we .Oise. No portioulo.ro.
Troehu'o proclamation is as follows:
**W6 have made efforts and honored oar
misfortunes in the eyes of the whole
world. Europe is amazed at the uuer
Itooted speotacle of a alose union exist
Og between rich and poor. Thc enemy
are Buffering far more than we suspect.
They begin to yield in their implacable
roaolutlon, that they may crash us yet;
bat if we fail, we shall have bequeathed
to Prussia, a scheme which cannot be
carried into execution, and an inherit?
ance of execrations and hatred, under
which abo, in turn, will fall."
The World correspondent adds: "Our
first linn"of defence is 1,500 yards from
the Prussian outpost, and consists ol
impregnable entrenchments, constructed
on the road beyond Ville Juif. From
the entrenchments one may clearly see
the Prussian sentinels. One hundred and
fifteen matrailleuses have been received
from private maker??, and heavy gum
made here have been placed on the workt
beyond Ville Juif. The health of thc
city haB decidedly improved. Last weel
the deaths were 1,878; this week th oj
number 1,762. The deaths from smal
pox last week were 878; this week thej
have been 880.
FxiOBKNCE, November 24.-Tho Pop?
has issued an encyclical and bull con
earning the spoliation of the church
He declares it is impossible* for him t<
make any surrender of tho property, be
longing not to him, but to God. It wai
only placed in his hands as trustee, an(
thrift if taken from him, it must be bj
force. He cannot have anything to d<
with robbers, nor accept anything fron
their hands. The ball pronounces i
major excommunication against thoBi
who order, commit, assist or connive a
LONDON, November 24.-The Bishop;
of Prussia and Holland have petitionee
King William in favor of the Pope.
The iron-clad Sultan, jost finished
eras found to be so top heavy that sh?
had to take in 300 tons of ballast befor
it was considered safe to ship her arma
Earl Russell writes to the Times, thu
the Czar proposes to set aside the treat
of Paris by force. Let us meet him wit!
force-the sooner the better. The Pom
referring to Gortschakoff's answer t
Granville's note, expected to-day, say
diplomacy is wholly at fault in conjee
baring its nature.
A Republican insurrection ia mc
mentarily expected at Madrid. TL
Daptain-General of Aragon telegraph
to Prim that the revolution will sucoeet
if reinforcements are not sent. Apubli
meeting is proposed here, to express ri
gret at the abandonment by the Germai
af the defensive for un aggressive polic;
The weather all over France has bee
stormy for several days, with heavy fal
of rain and snow.
Julius Stiles (colored) was shot dea
it Elizabeth Furnace, by another negri
named Edwards, for being too intima
with his wife. Edwards made h
The bombarding of Thionvillc li
continued with unremitting activity sin
A Prussian frigate is cruising in tl
VERSAILLES, November 24-No ne'
Df importance from Paris. Tho Duke
Mecklenburg is rapidly ndvancing.
NEW YOBK, November 24.-The Ti
bune's Paris correspondent, from t
3th to 19th instant, represents that t
distribution of provisions is irrcgul
and unequal. lu some districts peof
sat Gaines pigs, cats and even ra
Only 40.000 hordes remain of 100,000
the city at the beginniug of the sieg
Oats are sold at ?lix fraucs per pono
The deaths last week were 1,900-4
from small pox. After the 15th instai
the salo of the flesh of horses, mules a
?isses was regulated by a tariff, like be
and rations thereof were issued by t
Government. The people bear th
privations well thus far. Charcoal
now eight times its usual price, and 1
consumption of gas after 7 o'clock
the evening is forbidden. Eiat is
leased, and his comrades Boon will 1
Arago resigned his mayorality on I
18th. Jules Favre succeeds him. 1
the 13th, Troohu announced to
friends that preparations for a BOI
were nearly completed, hut thc trot
are greatly demoralized.
Paris journals publish a strong app
bo the Government, the substance
which is, "You know your army of
lief is a phantom, unless the provin
come to the help of Paris. You oui
to confess the truth. You know it
impossible to cut through the Pruss
lines, so that the garrison may reach
Loire, to get provisions. For sue
sortie you must win a great battle, whi
with your present army, you cannot d
Rochefort writes in answer to a qt
tion whether he lind really resign
"Yes, on tho 1st of November, an
have never thought of withdrawing
resignation." Louis Blano pnblishe:
address to the defenders of Paris, c
granulating them on the failure of
armistice. He says they cannot
ought not to treat with tho enemy wi
occupying French soil. No regrot is
pressed that the Assembly ie not call
The Temps, of tho 15th, says beef
wholly fail in a week; horse flesh
fortnight, and salt meat in a week lon
thea vegetables and flour will last t
Washburn has received a despatch i
his Government, approving of hie
maining in Paris. This is the onlj
epatch that has arrived since the bi
ning of the siege.
ST. PJSTBRSBUKO, November 5
Gortsohakoff's reply to the British
Austrian Governments is very eoni
tory; it explained the pacific meanii
previous declarations, and affirms
Russia ora ves peace generally, and ii
East, especially, it would be impos
deretanding; and Russia shrinks from
acting separately from other powers.
? ? ?
HAVANA, November 21.-Salutes were
fired to-day in honor of Aosta's election.
DeRodas liberated to-day 3,000 negroes.
The city is comparatively healthy.
INDIANAPOLIS, November 23.-The
Emigration Convention met here to-day.
Col. A. T. Shaw, of Memphis, is tempo?
rary Chairman. He made a speech. A
Committee on Credentials was appointed.
A resolution was adopted, iuviting all
Governors of States, and Senators and
Representatives in Congress, to take part
in the deliberations. A call showed the
following Southern States present: Ar?
kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North
Carolina, Missouri, Tennessee and West
Virginia. The Convention adjourned.
WASHINGTON, November 23.-Tho report
of the Secretary of the Interior has thc
following regarding Southern forts: Fori
Moultrie, Charleston, appropriation re?
quired, 850,000-estimated cost of modi?
fication, 875,000; Fort Sumter, Charles?
ton, $50,000-estimated cost for comple?
tion, 887,000; Fort Johnson, Charleston,
81,200; Castle Pinckney, Charleston,
87,000; Fort Jackson, Savannah river,
Ga., $16,000; Port Pulaski, Ga., 853,000
Fort Clinch, Amelia Island, Florida,
850,000-estimated amount required foi
completion, 8100,000; Fort Jefferson,
Tortugas, Florida, 85,000; Fort Morgan,
Mobile Bay, Alabama, 810,000; Fori
Gaines, Mobile Bay, Alabama, 85,000
Fort Pike, Rigolets Pass, Louisiana
821,000; Fort Macomb, Chief Menteui
Pass, Louisiaua, 821,000; Fort Jackson
Louisiana, 8100,000; estimate of thc cos
of the work, 8161,000; Fort St. Phillip
Louisiana, 75,000, estimated cost of tin
works, 8108,000; Fort Livingston, Lou
isiana, 838,000. Also, the followiug, re
garding Pacific Railroads, in which th<
South is interested: At the close of tin
last fiscal year, the amount of subscrip
tion stock of the Southern Pacific Rail
road was 81,800,000; actually paid in
8280,000. Ii has contracted for the pur
chase of the San Francisco and San Josi
Railroad, for tho sum of 82,770,000 ii
gold, payment to be made and posses
sion to be taken by the 31st of Decernbe
next. The Union Pacific Railroad Com
pauy, Southern branch, now the Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas Railroad Com
pany, the Kansas and Neosho Valle;
Railroad Compauy, and theLcavenworth
Lawrence and Port Gibson Railroai
Company, were fully beard in the rigb
cf their respective companies to coe
struct railroads from tho Souther
boundary of Kansas through the India
territory. I also considered the objet
tious of representatives of certain ludia
tribes through whose lauds the projecte
lines of road would pass. After a mo?
careful examination, I reached the coi
elusion that the existing laws and trci
ties authorized tho construction of on
railroad on certain conditions, whic
neither compauy had then performet
On a subsequent hearing, it was show
that the first named company had con
plated its road to a designated point c
that boundary; and I held that it wi
entitled to extend ita Hue through sai
Butler's speech at Boston says, tl
work of tho Republican party beiug n
complished, the party split on side i
sues. He claims that the Democrat
party is equally divided. England sliou
be brought to immediate nccouut.
would be cowardly to press her when i
volved in war. Ho blames the Dcm
eratic party for defeating valuablo We
India acquisitions, notwithstanding i
time-honored desire for the acquisitic
of Cuba. Butler suggests uon-inte
course with Great Britain as the be
means of bringing her to terms. Tl
reparation which England should mal
to us was her naval stations at Jatnaic
Nassau and Bermuda. He did not a:
if Canada would be willing to let tl
people settle its destinies by vote. Bc
1er spoke of the temptation to make w
on England. It would unite the cnti
country; would be a war upon the oce
and not expensive; it would giro us Ca
ada; and as a Republican and partisa
he would say war would porpctuate t
Republican party for more than tin
ST. DOMINGO, November 0, via B
VANA.-Letters aro daily received frc
farmers and rancheros of Central An
rica, making anxious inquiry ns to t
time when the cession of tho island
tho United States will be consummate
Should the treaty bo ratified, as is <
pected, Venezuela alone will send 20,C
emigrants, principally ngriculturnlis
Tho Haytiens continue to give mater
aid to Cabrai, and hope to accompli
through him tho overthrow of Baez 1
fore the opening o' Congress in Washii
HAVANA, November 23.-In a collisi
on the Matanzas Railroad, five were kil
and nine wounded.
WASHINGTON, November 21.-Tho
ception of Archbishop Spaulding wai
magnificent affair. Nearly 20,000 p
sons were in the procession. The
lored Catholics in tho procession w
quito a feature; their costumes and tl;
behaviour elicited much praise.
ST. LOUIS, November 21.-It is
ported that Governor McClung
called an extra session of the Legi:
ture, and that Senator Drako has b
appointed to the Court of Claims Jud
PHILADELPHIA, November 21.-'
new museum, theatre and menagt
took fire this evening, during tho \
formance. The audience were pa:
stricken, but none injured. The
was soon extinguished.
A colored military company, on
way to a review, was assailed both gc
and coming from the review. One w
man was seriously and a negro fat
STAUNTON, VA., November 24.
Convention of Sunday Schools of B
more Conf?rence of the . Metho
Church South, assembled here to-i
The boundaries embrace Maryland,
g nf f. TO
,?f 'Columbia and Yalloy 'of Vir?
ginia. It will remain in cession until
NEW ORLEANS, November 24.-The
Baton Rouge riot prisoners were uncon?
ditionally discharged to-day, after four?
teen days' imprisonment. There was
not a particle of evidence to implicate
them in the riot.
FINANCIAL. AND COBINEHCIAL.
iNo market reports yesterday, owing to
COLUMBIA, November 23.-Sales of
cotton yesterday, 140 bales-middling
NEW ORLEANS, November 24.-Flour
super in demand nnd firmer, at 5.00.
Corn-white 75. Bacon lower-13;
clear 21; hams 22(7/25. Lard-tierce
14'*; keg 1G.
LrvEitrooii, November 24-Evening.
Cotton firm-uplands 9,14'; Oreans O^;
sales 15,000 bales; speculation and ex?
LONDON, November 24-Evening.
Consols 93. Bouda 8S?8'.
New Winter Styles
CLOAKS, Shawls, H?ffe, Victorinos, and a
beautiful line of
Every department is now complete, ami
new additions will be added tri-weekly.
W. D. LOVE ? CO.
\V. D. LOVE.
B. li. McCREERY. Nov 20
C. F. JACKSON
\TrILL offer, beginning with this week,
VV some of the
DRY GOODS AND F.WC? ARTICLES'
Ever offered in t la is* city. |
50 Cent DRESS GOODS ra 25 Cent?.
73 Cent DRESS GOODS at 50 Cf nts. I
A lot of Ladicb" Linen HANDKERCHIEFS
at half price. Nov 23
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
?THEundersigiicd informs the ^-g
public that he baa opel.ed uVTi
stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS?1?
and JEWELKY, to which be invites
attention. He is aleo prepared to ?
REPAIR thoroughly and in a work?
manlike manner TIME-KEEPERS of
everv kind; beaidea Jewelry, etc.
Y. GEORGE BR?N8,
Nov fi lnio^ Two doors below Pn-rsix: Office.
Ho for the Race!
THE subscriber respectfully i
*E5=ffire^z3 ^nvi*ca ki" friends and public in
BR?jlM?i' vjj general to call and pee his stock
rt ff _ pf of home-made SADDLES and
MMMSMMMlHARNESSES, which I can eell
twenty-five per cent, cheaper than any
Northern mane goods, and will challenge any
merchant in the South tor il,000 to compare
with me in home-made work.
Nov 3 arno_ R. HANNAN, Main street. I
Piedmont and Arlington Life Insur?
GENERAL AGENCY AT C01.r3rr.iA,
\\TE take pleasure in announcing to onr
YT policy-holders and thc citizens of South j
Carolina, the association of Gov. M. L. RON-1
HAM, with our General Agency, and that he ;
will give lila personal attention to the inter?
ests of the companv in everv portion of thc
LE APHA RT, JEFFERSON k RANSOM,
Having examined into the condition of the
above company, and become associated with
its General Agency, I cemmend it to the
citizens of South Carolinaas one of theeafeet,
most reliable and successful Life Insurance
Companies in the United States.
Good canvassing agents desired in every
District. Address, Branch Office, Columbia,
S. C. M. L. BONHAM.
WAGONS and BUGGIES
'made to order, and all kinds
of VEHICKLES repaired;
?all kinds of AGRICULTU-!
RAL IMPLEMENTS made in the best
manner and at short notice. Apply at large
brick Shop in rear of E. & G. D. Hope's, or at
L?rick ?t Lowrance's.
Oct 31 lm E. W. SEIDELS.
JEMERSONS furnishing Houses in any portion
of thc State would do well to remember that
wc have a special HOUSE - FURNISHING
DEPARTMENT, it) which we keep a beautiiul
collection of Wail Paper, Carpets, Oil Cloths,
Shades, Cornices, Damask Curtains. Loops,
Bands, Rugs, and everything pertaining to
House-furnishing ir. first-class etyle. We
have a competent man, who will go *o any
section to lit up our Good-:, ar.d we guarantee
his work. R. C. SHIVER.
INFORMS his friends and customers that br?
ia prepared to furnish OYSTERS in all
Htylca-as ho has a superior cook. Oct 30
"I (\r\ BOXES Goshen, English Dairy and
ll/U Pino Apple CHEESE, for salo low.
Oct 80 _E. HOPE.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK would
Oftll the attention of tho public to the fact
that they aro transacting a GENERAL BANK?
ING BUSINESS? and extend thc ? nhl accom*
modations to business men and others, who
favor them with their accounts.
Oct g3 A. G. BRENIZER. Cashier.
Shultz's pure Pan Cake Chev.icg To?
bacco, at POLLOI K'S.
<?MW.'1JL'JL1J?-....U ! ''
rTlHE Memories o? Fifty Years, containing
iL not?cea and anecdotes of distinguished
Americans and remarkable men, ftc, by W.
H. Sparte. Price $8.60.
Tent Life in Siberia and Adventures in
Eamschatka and Northern Asia, by Kennan,
with a map. $1.50.
Ginger SnapB, by Fanny Fern. $1.50.
Old Songs and New, by tho authoress of
Paris in December, 1851; or, Coup d'Etat of
Napoleon III. by Terr-1, from tho thirteenth
French edition. $2 50.
Locke'?, Rationalism ir. Europe, two volumes
The Life of General Nathaniel Green.
The Court and TimeB of Queen Elizabeth.
Also, a number of now novels, by Trollope
and other popular authors.
Also, new juvenile books from London, new
Chromos, Paintings, Ac. For salo at
BRYAN ft McCARTER'S Bookstore.
REI 'FOLDS' IMPR 0 VE MENT.
THOSE who have lost several Natural
Teeth, and have been advised to part
with remaining sound ones, as the first step
towards obtaining artificial substitutes, aro
requested, before submitting to a practice,
cruel iu itself and often unnecessarily per?
formed, to convince themselves of its fallacy,
by looking closely into a matter of so much
Tho above improvement waB designed to re?
sist so deplorable a practice, and after a tho?
rough test ot more than three years, is found
capable of accomplishing what no other sys?
tem of Artificial Dentistry has heretofore done.
It ia now possible to obtain partial cases,
which will eave for years Natural Teeth, ano
be at tho same time reliable in every respect.
An invitation is hereby given to such aB
Iccl interested to call at our Operating
Booms, and examino duplicate specimens of
' cases now in actual uso.
! Nov 61 REYNOLDS ft REYNOLDS
Buckwheat and Golden Syrup
j "I f\f\ BAGS new BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
JLv/\J 5 barrels Golden SYRUP, tor salo bv
Oct 30 _E. HOPE.
Chewing Tobacco-Just Received.
AFINE lut ot the best Pan-cako and Fis
I Nov 3_ JOHN C. BEEPERS.
; Fresh Norfolk Oysters
EVERY DAY at tho Columbia Ice House
Just received, another lot, TO-DAY, of
I the best that can be had, and I intend to keep
1 them regular all this season.
I ?ct 30 lm_JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Richland County-In Common Pleas.
Elias Gradick, c*. D. B. DeSauesurc, Adminis?
trator, et al.
THE creditors of the late firm of E. C.
Smith ft Bro. are required to establish
their claims bet?re me, on or before tho first
dav of Jauuarv, 1ST1. Bv order of Court.
D. B. MILLER,
Nov 4 + CC. C. ami Special Referee.
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch House in
i the city of Columbia, offer for sale tho
tatest patented aud best made STOVES;
.the most improved patterns and regu?
lar sizes of all kinds or TIN-WARE, and
everything in theso particular Hues, with
confidence of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinds of
job work doue with despatch, bj' superior
w orkmen. Plumbing, in all it* branches, ex?
ecuted. lt you want Water carried to all
convenient points about your premises, we
will do your work at such prices aa will enable
all to afford it.
The public are invited to call. Store in
Ehrlich's Building, fonr doora below Bryce's
corner. Aus 13 +
A Mammoth Raffle of Fine Jewelry,
"TT ALU ED at $1,000. 200 Chances, at $5
V each. 23 Prizes, consisting of
Fine Gold aud Silver WATCHES.
Fine Gold BREAST-PINS and EAR-RINGS.
SILVER GOBLETS, ?vc.
Will come oft at my Saloon as soon ae the
Chances are taken.
_Oot 30 _CL DIERCKS. _
A Desirable Store to Rent.
THE STORE ROOM, now occupied by
Messrs. L?rick ft Lowrance aa a hardware
and grocery establishment, is now offered for
rent. This" is a very desirable stand, situated
on Main street in the midst of business, oppo?
site the PH::NIX office. Inquire of
E. H. HEINITSH,
Oct 25 At thc Drug Store.
S. W. r-OBTEK. K. M. STKELE. I r
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE ? I
T O - 3D -A. Y !
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A full and choice lot of
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
We ofler our Gooda at low Cotton figures.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct 21 Columbia. S. C.
300 BBL.S. FLOUR, :
500 bushels CORN, :
100 sacks SALT, :
50 barrels WHISKEY.
We aro determined to sel! at :
some price to facilitate moving :
into our new store. ;
Oct 30 L?RICK ft LOWRANCE. :
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in general that I have
just received an entire now
'stock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Buck-Shot. Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kiudB of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Oct S__P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
Fish and Flesh.
PICKLED SHAD, No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
" SALMON. No. 1,
1C0 boxes Scaled HERRINGS,
Fulton Market Beef,
Extra Sugar-cured Hams,
" " Bacon Strips.
For ?ale by GEO. SYMMERS.
Call oarJv and often. Oct 'il
Caws ana Calve?.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
THI8 ( Friday) MORNING, 25th instant, at 10
o'clock, in front of our auction room, wo
will Hell, to the highest bidder,
A MILCH GOW and her CALF,
Two Ano young Cows,
Ono fine large blooded Heifer.
Conditions cash. Sale positive Nov 25
Sato and Grist Mill.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO ? SDN.
On MONDAY MORNING, tho 5th of Decem?
ber, at 10 o'clock, in front of the Court
House, we will sell, without reserve,
That desirable SAW and GRIST MILL,
about eight miles from Columbia, together
with S55 acree of fine Timber Land, on the
waters of Mill Crook; bounded on the North
by Margarot English; South and West by E.
D. Gilmore; East by Polly Roberts. Tho
above Mill is said to b? in good condition, and
machinery in tine running order.
TsnMS or SALE-Half cash; balance in one
and two years, secured by bond bearing in?
terest at seven per cont, per annum, and
mortgago of the promises. Purchaser to pay
for papor and stamps. Nov 25,27 Deo 1,4
BY AUTHORITY OF A POWER ex?
pressed in tho last Will and Testament
af the lato W. F. DeSaussnre, deceased, I will
sell, before the Court House, in Columbia, on
the FIRST MONDAY in Decomber next, tho
Dfticn on Law Range recently occupied by tho
deceased. Terms made known at day of sale.
Hay bo treated for privately at thejffice of I
my Attorney in law and fact, D. B. DESAUS
3?RE, Esq. E. G. BURROUGHS.
Nov 17_Solo Executrix.
South Carolina-Richland County.
D. C. PEIXOTTO .k SON, ALCTIONEEKS.
Mrs. Mary 8. P. Gibbes, Mrs. Anna M. Guign
ard, et al., vs. James S. Guignard, as Ad?
ministrator, et al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order passed
by his Honor Judge John T. Green, on
the 1st day of Julv, 1870, I will sell tho fol
owing REAL ESTATE in the city of Colum?
bia, belongiug to the estate of tho late James
3. Guignard, Senior, on tho FIRST MONDAY
1. The LOTS fronting on Richardson stroot
- feet, cornering on Plain street, and running
back East 208 feet to tho alley-way to the
Jourt House square; bounded oil tho South
l>y lots recently sold as property of Dr. R. W.
3*ibbes. Sr., deceased. This property is con?
sidered as among ibo most desirable and eli?
gible sites for stores in thc city. It will be
sub-divided, and proper plats prepared, which
ian bc inspected at tho oflice of the under?
signed in Columbia.
2. The well known and valuablo Plantation
HI Gill's Creek, about seven miles from Co?
lumbia, containing 1,152 acres, moro or less;
.nannied on thc East by lands of the estate of
B. R. Bryce, deceased, and G. R. Starling, and
ands of Dr. A. Wallace; South by tho "Big
Lake" plantation; North by Gill's Creek. If
lesired, will be sold in parrels.
3. The Square of four acres in Columbia,
ipon which thc Mausion House of tho lato
lames S. Guignard, Sr., stood, surrounded by
i substantial brick wall; bounded on the
S?rth by Gervais street; East by Bull street;
south by Senato street, and Weet on Marion
itrect. This square will probably be divided
uto half aero lots.
Eight acres of LAND in the corporate limits,
jouuded on the South by lands formerly of
3regg, now of Erwin; North by landa of the
blisses Stark; East by lands now occupied by
?V. Hampton Gibbes, on Barnwell street; con
inned East by lands of the Misses Stark.
A plat of which may be seen al thc office of |
The entire property ii sold free from all
daim for dower, and tho purchaser takes in
TEEMS OF SALE-One-third cash, remainder
>ayable in one and two years in equal metal
neu ts, with interest from dato of sale paya
>le annually, and secured by bond and mort?
gage; purchaser to insure' and assign the
louey to the undersigned. Purchaser to pay
or papers, ota mps, etc.
D. n. DDSAUSSURE,
Nov 9 t Special Referee.
Valuable City Lots at Auction.
8YD.C. PEIXOTTO & SON, Auctioneers
)n the FIRST MONDAY in December next,
front of the Court House, in this city, to the
highest bidder, that beautifully " located
four-acre lot, on Arsenal Hill, between the
residence of Mayor Alexander and tho G
vernor's mansion, which will be divided into
eleven lots, bounded as follows:
LOT NO. 1, bounded on the North by 1.lim?
ier street, measuring thereon 52 toet 2inches,
nore or less; on the Weat by Pulaski street,
'tinning back thereon 20S feet more or loss;
m the East by lot No. 2.
LOT No. 2. of tho same dimensions, bounded
>u the North by Lumber street; on the East
jv lot No. 3, aud on the Weat by lot No. 1.
LOT NO. 3, of the same dimensions, bounded
>n the North by Lumber street; on tho East
>y lot No. 4; oil the West by lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 4, of thc same dimensions, hounded
m tho North by Lumber street; on the Weat
>y lot No. 3; oii the East by lot No. 5.
LOT NO. 5, bounded on tho Nortli by Lum
>er street, measuring thereon 20S feet 8 inches,
nore or less; on the East hy Wayne street,
neaeuring thereon 203 feet 8 inches, more or
eas; on thc South by lot No. G. This is a
.orner lot, and one of the most desirable loca
ious in the city.
LOT No. (5, bounding and fronting on Wayne
street, and measuring thereon 104 feet 4
nches, more or less, and running back 208
cet 8 inches; on tho South by lot No. 7.
LOT No. 7, fronting and bounded on the
Sast by Wayne street; on the South by Rich
and street', running back cn said street 203
eet 8inches, moro or less; on the North by
ot No. G.
LOT No. 8, fronting and measuring on Rich
and street 52 feet 2 inches, more or leas;
)Otinded on tho East by lot No. 7; on the
ft cst by lot No. 9, running back 208 feet 8
nobes, moro or less.
LOT ??o. 9, of tho same dimensions, fronting
>n Richland street; boundod on thc East by
ot No. 8; on tho West by lot No. 10.
LOT NO. 10, of tho same dimensions, front
ng on Richland street; bounded on tho East
JV lot No. 9; on the Wost by lot No. ll.
LOT NO. ll. of tho eamc dimensions, front
ng on Richland street; on tho West by Pu
aski strcot, running back thereon 208 feet,
nore or less; on the East by lot No. 10.
TEBMSOFSALE-One-third cash, balanco in
me and two years, secured by bond of the
mrchasc-r, bearing interest at tho rato of
icven per cent, per annum, and mortgago of
ho promises. Purchaser to pay us for papers
ind stamps. _??OV_4.?_
For Sale-By Assignee in Bankruptcy
D. C. TEIXOTTO & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
District Court of the United Slates, South Caro?
lina District-In the v otier of the Laurens
Railroad Company, Ranktupt-In Dank
3y order of Hon. G. S. Bryan, District Judge
ot tue I'nited States, for South Carolina
District, I will sell at public outcry, in the
city of Columbia, South Carolina, at 12
o'clock meridian, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th
day of December, 1S70, free from all lions
and incumbrances, ali equity of redemption
being forever barred and absolutely fore?
closed, the following property, viz:
THE TRACK and ROAD BED. BRIDGES,
3?LYERT8, MACHINE-SHOPS, WATER
PANKS, and STATION-HOUSES, all th? LO?
COMOTIVE CARS and MACHINERY, and all
ind singular the property and assets, real and
)ersonal, of every description whatsoever,of
he LAURENS RA?LBOAD COMPANY, and
ill the rights, privileges, franchises and oaae
nents iawlr.llv held, used or enjoyed by tho
\&i? ? aureni Railroad C6n:pi! y. on th? "
lowing torms. Tis: (49,000 to bo paid in caab;
and the residuo in bond? pf th? purchaser,
payable In one, two and tbreo yean, with in?
terest at seven per cent, per ann nm; payablo
semi-annually and 8?eared by a mortgage of
the premises sold: Provided, however, that
tho purchaser shall have leave' to pay the
whole bid in oaab, if he prefers to do so.
JAME H M. BAXTER,
Assignee of Laurens Railroad Company.
N. B. The Laurens Railroad is thirty-three
miles in length, running from Laurensville,
S. C., through a very productive cotton re?
gion, and densely populated country, and con?
necting at Newberry with the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad. Any information respect?
ing tho property offered for aale above, will be
gladly furnished on application to
JAMES M. BAXTER, Assignee,
Nov I tuf 9 Newberry, 8. C.
Valuable Land for Sale.
IOFFER for sale 5,000 acres of LAND, the
moBt valuable portion of the Doby estate,
on WeBt bank Wateroe river, twenty miles
East of Columbia; ten miles below Oath den;
five miles from Camden Branch Railroad,
twelve milos from line Of Railroad from
Sumtor to Columbia. The river affords fine
water transportation. The place la perfeotly
healthy, with the ftneBt water, and a number
of tho best laborers in the County; bounded
by lands of Mrs. English, and Blacks, and
others. 1,000 acres are river bottoms, the
greater portion safe from over-flows, with a
river front of nearly a mile, all cleared, except
200 acres of iinoly timbered oak lands, and
under fence, producing finely Cotton, Corn
and small grain, and especially adapted to
stock raisin?; and a large number of cattle can
be kept tat all the year without feeding, and
readily Bold on the place. The balance
(4,000 acres) are good nine lands, with a large
proportion of fine creek bottoms. 2,500 acres
of tho above-a separate tr?at-are On North
and South Spear's Creek, immediately on tin?
line of tho Chatham Railroad, and the tele?
graph road from Columbia to Camden, sixteen
milos from tho former; heavily timbered with
pine. There ?B a fine residence conveniently
situated, and ample accommodations for
laborers. Will be sold in a body or tracta to
snit. For further particulars, apply to E. C.
Dohr, Camden, or to Colonel MCMASTEB', Co?
lumbia, who will ahow plata Of the lands.
Jonx MCCASKILL, near the place, willi show
fa rt icu tho landa. If not disposed of. before,
will offer them at auction on the first MON?
DAY in December. _ NbvSi
Splendid Mill Property for Sale.
THE subscribers offer for sale their STEAM
SAW, FLOURING and GRIST MILLS,
situated at Dom's Mills, on tho Edged eld and
Ninety-Six Road-fifteen miles from Edgefleld
Court House, and fourteen from Ninety-Sis.
These Mills compris3 one superior Saw Mill
two sets of Runners complete for grinding
Wheat, and ono excellont Corn Mill-all com?
bined in one bnilding, run by the samo steam
power, and all in complete order. These
Mills are situated in tho midst of a Ano grain
country, and are doing an excellent business.
We will also sell 100 acres of Land with the
Mills. On this Land, there is a good hew
Dwelling, with six Rooms, and tho usuel out?
buildings. Also, a large Store House, where
a good mercantile business is now being con?
We will also sell, if desired, 100 acres of
choice Lands, very convenient to tho Mills,
some of which is finely timbered. .-*
We will sell the Mill property, and the 100
acres connected therewith, at a very low price
for cash; or, to an approved purchaser, for
two-thirds cash, and the balance on time,
secured by mortgage.
For further information, address us, at
Dora's Mills, S. C.. oi oply to either of us on
tho premises. DORN * JOHNSON.
Nov ll f3
IOFFER for sale a DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE in Columbia, on Plain ttreet, be?
tween Bull and Pickens ; eight good rooms,
besides four basement rooms. One of the
most desirable locations in the city.
Also, "Tho Van Patton Shoals," in Spartan
burg District ; 250 acres of good Laud, with
good Dwelling and Mill. This is perhaps thc
most desirable water power in the State-on
Enoree River and within five miles of the
Atlanta and Charlotte Air-line Road. A
nevcr-failing stream, and with seventy-five to
eighty feet fall, for manufacturing purposes,
this place has no superior. Also, a valuable
LOT, on West Bide Main stroet, between Blen?
ding and Laurel, 52J feet front, ruuning back
41G feet. Liberal te'rms will bo given.
?Apply to JAMES G. GIBBES, or Rev. JOHN
FIELDING, Columbia._Nov 13 t
A LARGE COTTAGE, with 9 Rooka
and a Pantry, in a most desirable part
.of tho city, with kitchen, dry cellar and
otb or out-hone es and conveniences. Besides
a front garden, with rare trees and shrubbery,
it has a roomy yard and large garden, in
which there is quito a number of fruit-bear?
ing trees, suoh as pears, peaches, apricots,
figs and plums, with a fino arbor, the whole
width ol the garden, with grapes of several
Terms moderate. Inquire at the store of
E. STENHOUSE, or at thia office.1 If not sold
before the 1st of December, perhaps may rent
to a good tenant._Oct 27 ?13
THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
jon the Barhamville Road and the Char
_.lotto Railroad, about 1? miles from the
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
more or less, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country residence, a most excellent
?pring sf water, and accommodations for five
or six hands; it is about two-thirds cleared
and io most admirably situated and watered
for a vegetable cr "truck" garden, lying be?
tween the two branches which forms the
stream .flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of the same soil on
which Dr. Parker raised ovor 200 bushels of
corn to the acre. Possession given 1st Janua?
ry next. For further particulars, apply at this
office, or to L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 7 3mo_Orangebnrg, S. C.
3r*r\f\ ACRES of LAND in Barnie!!,
.OUU on thoEdiato.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 Houso in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near tl.e
city-?.%000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT.
At tonic v at Law and Real Estate Agent.
Sept 24 '_ly
Grand Toy Emporium.
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.,
WHERE is offered tho largest and
? best selected stock of TOYS ever
.brought to this market. Dealers and
others can be accommodated, Whole?
sale or Retail.
Old and young, grave and gay can be suited
from this varied collection.
CANDIES of Pure Sugar manufactured
CAKES ?ND PIES.
A fine assortment ol CANNED GOODS j'^st
receiving from tho best manufactories.
Fresh DATES, Now Crop RAISINS. CITRON
and CURRANTS, ALMONDS, and a full '.iue
of ASSORTED NUTS.
London BISCU?TT and Trinco Alb?.-:
CRACKERS,(imported articles,) pure ant. ci
great benefit to tho eick and convalesent.
JELLIES of pure fruit manufactured and
sold at reas' nable prie**.
Oct 20 JOHN MCKENZIE.