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Dntcrtatlnrf Porci?n Inte?llgcncc,
NEW YORK, December 3.-Tbp Now
York Tribune's correspondent with Gari?
baldi's headquarters, at Antun, writes
en Thursday, that tho Prussians yester?
day afternoon aitnoked Antan, with
tweWo cannon, infantry and cavalry.
They were repulsed with great loss.
The Prussians shelled tho city. The
Mobiles behaved well. The correspon?
dent of the Tribune telegraphs, at 2
o'clock Thursday, from Versailles, that
tho fighting on the 30th was fpllowod
by no fresh movements. Yesterday there
was a lull iu tho tho from the forts;
to-day again there is honvy firing, in the
direction of Cuarent?n. The lYibunc
correspondent telegraphs, at 8 o'clock,
Friday morning, from Orleans, that the
Army of the Loire was at that moment
leaving Orleans, and that the Prussians
were concentrating at .Janvillo and Pe
A World special from Loudon says:
"Dscrofc forced bia way on Wednesday
Eastward, with 150,000 men, and joined
hands with Paladines, and thc siego of
Paris is in effeot raised."
A special from Tours says: "Officiai
despatches announce that Trochu aud
Duorot routed tho Prussiaus betweon
Boorie Sur Maroo and Choissy le Hoi.
Ducrot is now encamped fifteen miles
A special to the World from Loudon,
says a speoial from Toura states that
Viuoy, with tho first corps, got wholly
through the German lines on thc South,
and formed a junction with a portion of
Paladines' army advancing from thc
The World's special, from Tours, Fri?
day, announced that Trochu and Palla
dines had formed a junction and thc siege
of Paris was virtually raised.
A despatch to the Times, dated Tours,
1st, says the army of thc Loire has effect
ed a junction with Trochu's forces. F re
derick Charles is retiring from before thc
united forces. It is said Trochu ha?
outside tho walls 150,000 mcu and 30(
The World has a special, dated Lou
don, 3d, wbioh a telegram dal ed Tours,
2d, says it is olHcially stated to-night
that ono or two days must yet elapse be
fore the fruits of the movements now ir
progress may be fully reaped. Up tc
this time, the most complete success lin:
attended the successive steps taken; cverj
moment brings nearer to eaoh other thc
armies of the Loire and Paris. During
tho fighting of the 30th, Ducrot and Vi
noy captured four Prussian guns am
TOURS, December 2.- Tho Govornmen
here referred to their colleagues in Pari
tho English noto asking participation ii
VIENNA, December 2.-Kuhneufleld
Minister of War, has resigned. Marsho
Edelskeim Gynli succeeds.
MADRID, December 2.-The vomit
has entiroly disappeared from Valencia
Aleante and Barcelona.
LONDON, December 2.-Tho Standar
warns England that the Gladstono M:
nistry is preparing for infamous and dil
nstrous capitulation to Russin, in spito c
Granville's resistance. A conference i
accepted without the withdrawal of Roi
sin's note. A moro meeting of powei
will be a virtual submission to all Ru:
BERLIN, Ducomber 3.-Tho treaty ai
miLting Bavaria into the North Germa
Confederation was ratified by thc Fedi
ral Council. The Bavarian Diet will ai
on the treaty on tho 10th instant.
LONDON, December 3.-Advices froi
Paris to November 30, state that a
order has been issued, to tho effect tin
army movemeuts and particulars n<
sanctioned by the Government oflisia
are not to be published, on pain of sui
pression. The military authorities mac
public the following details of recei
events around the city: On tho 20th, i
day-break, a caunonado was opened fro
the forts on tho South side of tho cit;
on tho next day, Generals Vinoy, Boi|
ervel aud Duspercan moved out of tl
fortifications on a reconnaissance, Soul
of L'hoy und Choissy Leroi. They a
tacked the positions of thc Prussiai
and carried thom. Tho Prussians we
also dislodged at Grancretors.
TOURS, December 2.-Tho Prussia
aro concentrating at Etampes, thir
miles South of Paris, to disputo tho a
vance of Paladines.
LILLIS, December 2.-Ducrot's sort
from Paris was successful. Ho is nc
seoking to effect a junction with Pal
-. ? ?
CHARLESTON, December 3.-Arrived
steamships Virginia, Philadelphia; Mai
land, Baltimore; Ashland, New Yoi
schooner Florenoe Rodgers, Now Yoi
brig Henry Trowbridge, New Yoi
Bchoonors Montana and W. L. Pean
NORFOLK, December 2.-Tho stonie
James A. Griy, from Wilmington, i
Baltimore is aground, loaded with c<
ton, lumber and rosin. Undcrwritt
have gone to her assistanco.
Tho passengers, baggage, and a pi
tion of tho cargo of tho steamer Uni
SAN FRANCISCO, December 2.-The i
procoods of tho Mercantile Library L<
tory ia $510,122.
Tho rainy season hus conimcncod, a
anxieties concerning crops of tho corni
season throughout the Stato havo be
Tho inmates of tho Nevada Sb
Prison made a desperate attempt at
capo yesterday. Five of them got o
aide of tho main door and attacked 1
guard. Tho guard shot ono prisoi
(load nud mortally wounded two otht
another was shot through tho che
Tho fifth was captured after a deeper
NEW YORK, December 2.-Akern
conferred with Federal officers hore
day, regarding Cuban expeditions fitt
out here. Subsequently Akerman
parted for Wushington.
Tho decision in the New Orle;
?laughter houso caso to-day, upon mo?
tion to givo a writ of error force of BU
porsidoaH, waa decided adversely to the
butchers. The ground taken was that
tho Supreme Court here could only in?
terfere, under any oiroumstances, with
thc Supreme Court, of Louisiana, whereas
tho restraints askod applied to an in?
ferior oourt of the State.
PHILADELPHIA, December 4.-The Gi?
rard Iron and Tube Works wero burned
to-day; loss $175,000. 350 workmen are
thrown out of employment.
WASHINGTON, December 4.-Foreign
advices aro much confused; the impres?
sion exists in diplomatic cireles, that tho
Freuch havo made a brilliant effort, and
that the lust authentic advices were that
they wero pushing their advantage, but
tho best geographers failed to locate tho
armies. The French legatiou hero think
tho story will bo told within the next
Cublo despatches from private sources
iu London, say that by sifting the vast
uumber of confused and contradictory
war despatches received up to a late
hour, this morning, the fact is undenia?
ble that the Frouch forces yesterday
actually won tho victory as claimed by
them near Orleans, but tho Germans
certainly repulsed tho French attack bo
fore Paris. It is not true that tho
French army of tho Loire effected a
junction with Trochu, though the Prus?
sian lines were repeatedly successfully
pierced during tho engagement. The
bayonet charges of the French wore ex?
I Despatches from private sources are
compiled from the correspondence of the
great banking houses.]
MONTGOMERY, December 3.--No change
in the status. Both Houses meet on
Monday. Developments boped for then.
WASHINGTON, December 3.-Captain
Meyer, commandant at New Orleans,
telegraphs Gov, Warmouth, that an at?
tempt was made to assassinate F. Bandy,
who testified against the Baton Rouge
prisoners, ut New Orleans.
Members of Congress are rapidly arri?
M. Trielhard, tho new .French Minis?
ter, 1ms received his credentials. His
reception by the President will take
placo carly next week. M. Berthomy
leaves immediately for tho North, and
thence for Europe.
RAI?HIOU, December 3.-After a har
mouious session, the Temperance Stato
Convention adjourned to meet iu Frank
linton, in 1871. Tho attendance was very
good. Theo. N. Ramsey was chosen
The Democrats of the General Assem?
bly ure caucusing nightly, upon tho sub?
ject of impeaching Governor Holden
and calling u restricted Constitutional
Hon. Josiah Turner, Editor of the Ra?
leigh Sentinel, and ex-United States Se?
nator T. L. Cliugmau, had a personal
encounter, on the streets, this morning.
Caues were freely used, and Mr. Cling
mau was very badly injured about thc
head-having received three or four se?
vero blows. Mr. Turner received ono
very heavy blow. Mr.' Clingann made
the assault. Tho difficulty originated in
some strictures on Mr. C. in tho Sentinel.
PHILADELPHIA, December 3.-A moot?
ing of merchants was held to-day, to or?
ganize a steamship company heneo to
BALTIMORE, December 3.-Louis Die
pcllias was committed to jail, subject to
tho requisition of tho Government of
Prussia, under tho extradition laws, for
embezzlement of 815,000 in Prussia.
A. SPLENDID STOCK, bought from every
eouree where money and energy can procuro
them, and sold at
City currrehcy taken in exchango for goode.
W. D. LOVE* CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
\V. D. LOVE,
P.. D. McOREERY._Dec 4
MR. JOS. HART DENCE will givo two o?
his PARLOR ENTERTAINMENTS at
the Music Rooms of Messrs. LyBraud A Son,
on WEDNESDAY, December 7, and THURS?
DAY, December 8, at 7A p. m. Tho programmo
will compriso selections from tho old classic
masters-Haydn, Bcothoven, Mozart, ele?
mento and others-and Homo of tho moro
modern compt sers. Admission SI.00. Tick?
ets can bo obtained at Huinitsh's Drug Storo,
at tho music storo, and at tho bookstores;
also at the door. On account of tho limited
capacity of tho room, thoso desiring tickets
would do well to apply carly. Nov 3? ffi _
ALOT om no JEWELRY. Ear- rings, Breast?
pius, Plain Oold Rings, Gold and Silver
Parties will find it to their interest to call
and examino the various articles.
Oct :JO ?,. DIEROKH.
ORCHARD GRASS SEED, nerd's Grass
Seod, Hod Clover Seed, White Clover
Seed, for salo al IIEINITSH'S
Oct 7 t_ Drug Storo.
Bagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties.
AFULL SUPPLY constantly on hand aud
for salo low, by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Puro Kentucky Bello Bourbon ^Whis?
key, nt POLLOCK'S.
PIM A I? ?WA I. ARD CONfUUCI&li.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., Dec om ber 4.-SaleH |
of cotton, yesterday, 93 balos-mid?
NEW YORK, December 3-Noon.
Stocks heavy. Gold 11^. Money 5@
7. Storling-long 8??; short 9%. 62*8
1%. Flour a shade firmer. Whoat and
corn quiet and firm. Pork quiet-old
23.00. Cotton inactive, but easier-up?
lands 15^i ; Orleaus 16>4. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton dull aud unsettled; j
sales 2,200 bains-uplands V?%. Flour
a shado firmer-superflue State add West?
ern email@example.com; common to ohoice extra
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat quiet-winter red
and amber Western 1.45(0)1.46. Corn
dull nnd lower-now 77@80. Pork quiet
-old 23.00. Lard dull, at 12???13)?.
Freights unchnnged. Money G@7. Stor?
ling unchanged. Gold ll@ll*ji. Go
vernmeut's steady. Southern's very quiet
and few transactions-North Carolina's
strong; Tennessee's steady-old GO; new
57%; North Carolina's 47;?; now 25J?,.
BALTIMORE, December 3.-Flour ac?
tivo and firm. Wheat dull. Corn better
-white 71@72; yellow 73@74. Pork
nothing doiug; shoulders 14; clear sides
16; hains 18@20. Lard 13>.i@14. Whis?
key steady, at 83@90. Cotton dull and
nominal-middliugs 153ai sales 300 bales;
CINCINNATI, December U.-Flour in
light demand; holders firm-family
email@example.com. Corn steady and in mode?
rato demand-ear 50@52. Mess pork
in light demand and firm, at 19@19??.
Liird in good demand, at full prices
ll s-u@ll%. Bacon shoulders 12; clear
sides 15; clear rib sides 14. Whiskey in
fuir demand, at 83(?j84.
Sr. LOUIS, December 3.-Flour dull
und unchanged. Corn firmer-mixed
in bulk 43?4S; yellow 48@49. High
wines firm, at 86. Mess pork 18.75@
19.25. Baeou easier-clear sides 153.i@
1G. Lard jobbing at 12.
LOUISVILLE, December 3.-Bagging
unchanged-hemp and flax 27J??48.
Flour steady, at 5.25. Corn-nothing
doing. Mess pork 10.00. Lard-primo
leaf in tierces 12. Whiskey 83@84.
BOSTON, December 3.-Cotton quiet
middling 10; sales 200 bales; stock 555.
WILMINGTON, December 3.-Cotton
weak-middlings 143.t'; sales 375 bales;
receipts C03; stock 252.
CHARLESTON, December 3.-Cotton
dull and lower-middlings 143.j; sales
400 bales; receipts 2,775; exports 2,357;
AUGUSTA, December 3.-Cotton in fair
demand, but market wenk and lower,
at 141O(???14,4 ; eales 1,020 bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, December 3.-Cotton quiet
but firmer-middling 147?@15; 6aleo
2,000 bales; receipts 3,553'; stock 78,386.
NORFOLK, December 3.-Cotton dull
-low middling 14|.i; sales 200 bales;
MOBILE, December 3.-Cotton quiet
middling 14)6 ; sales 1,500.
NEW ORLEANS, December 3.-Corn
firmer-white 80. Bacon shoulders
higher-14. Sugar-primo 93.i(?ll0.
Molasses-primo 55@57. Cotton dull
but uot lower-middling 15(7015*?; sales
8,000 bales; receipts 688; stock 124,101.
GALVESTON, December 3.-Cotton
quiet-good ordinary 13; sales 400 bales;
receipts 594; stock 31,444.
LONDON, December 3-Noon.-Con?
sols opened at 91%(3}\)2% for money
and accounts; 62's 88;'?.
LIVERPOOL, December 3-Noon.-Cot?
ton steady-uplands 9; Orleaus 9%.
WE aro now in receipt of our fourth in?
this full, completo in all dopartmeula, at tho
LOWEST PRICES OF THE DAY.
Special attention is called to our charming
Frits, SHAWLS wu CLOAKS.
Caroful inspection and comparison desired.
N. B.- Wo have unhand a few more of thoso
Ladies'SUITS, very natty. Wo have marked
them down within thc reach of all buyers.
Call and look at them.
Wo aro also Agents for the best Cotton
Yarn and Ratting. Merchants supplied at
PORTER & STEELE,
Dec 2 Main street.
RAMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey, Sir
Robert Burnett's Old Tom Oin, Otard,
Dupuy, Cognac Brandy, Duff Gordon's Palo
Sherry, South-sido Madeira Wino, London
Dock Tort Wino, Hibbert's London Toiler,
McEwon's Scotch Alo. Tho abovo direct from
the importers and warranted puro.
For salo by_ EDWARD HOPE. _
5BB LS. PEARL GRIST, fresh ground, for
Bale by EDWARD HOPE.
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheat!!
OAr\ BUSHELS selected SEED WHEAT,
?\J\J for salo by ll. O'NEALE A SON.
Nov 1 \_
pi ENUINE Imported CIGARS, togothor with
\JC a largo supply of Domestic CIGARS.
Prices to Buit all. . JOHN C. SEEQERS.
OK BRLS. choico Tablo POTATOES, for
?t) salo low. EDWARD HOPE.
Chewing Tobacco-Just Received.
AFINE lot of the host Tan-cake and Fig
Nov3_. JOHN 0.8EEOER8.
i f\f\ BOXES Ooshen, English Dairv and
JLUl/ Pine Applo CHEESE, lor sale low.
Oct 30 E. HOPE.
. Fine Tum-out.
BY B. C. TEIXOTTG & BON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, in
front of the Court House, wo will BOU,
A FINE TURN-OUr, consisting of s pair of
fino Day Horsos and Harness, with Buggy,
singlo or doublo soat, with covor.
Scvoral other Horses and Wagons.
Torma oaBh._Dec 3
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, tho 5th Dccembor,
at 10 o'clock, in front of tito Court House,
wo will sell, without reservo,
A DESI BA BLE PA KM, containing THIR?
TY ACHES, bounded North bylands lately
Sand Hill rcsidenco of Robert Bryce; East
by Rice Creek Springs road; South bylands
of Rufus M. Johnston; Wost bylands of W.
J. Duftlo and Elias Marks; all under fence,
with elegant building site where former roBi
deuco of W. J. Taylor was burned; ali neces?
sary out-buildings standing now; two olegaut
wells of water, and lino orchard of several
hundred trees of all descriptions. Buildings
aro throe servants' houses, of two rooms each,
and barn with stables.
TERMS-Cash. No charge, for titles, which
will he made satisfactory. Dec 1.2.4
Sato and Grist Mill.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, tho 5th of Decem?
ber, at 10 o'clock, in front of the Court
Hon se, wo will soil, without reserve,
That desirable SAW and GRIST MILL,
about eight miles from Columbia, together
with SSS acros of line Timber l and, on tho
waters of Mill Creek; bounded ou tho North
by Margaret English; South and West by E.
D". Qilmnro; East by Polly Roberts. Tho
above Mill is said to bc in good condition, and
machinery in fine running order.
THUMS or SALK-Hal! cash; balance in ono
and two years, secured by bond hearing in?
tercut ai ?even per cent, per annum, and
mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to pay
for paper anil stamps. Nov'25,27 Dec 1,4
In the matter of James U. Adams, Baukrupt.
By D.C. PEIX0TT0 & SON, Auctioneers.
BY virtue of an order of salo, heretofore
lu adit and to mo directed, by the Hon.
1 George S. Brian, Judge of the United States
District. Court for the District of South Caro?
lina, 1 will sell, before the Court Honso in Co
lluinbia, at ll o'clock, on MONDAY, tho 5th
I day of Docember next, tho following Real
Property, belonging to thu said Bankrupt's
estate, to wit:
All that tract or parcel of LAND, sit?alo in
Richland County, bounded by lands ot Robert
Adams, Weston's, Johu Froeg, tho Congareo
River and the Bluff hoad, hoing part of thu
tract known nu "Tho Swamp Plantation."
Thc tract contains 8C1C0-100 acres, 75 o? which
arc upland*; thu balance is swamp, adapted
to tba cultivation ol corn, Ac.-all heavily
timbered. It lies about four miles from Gads?
den Depot, S. C. Railroad, on tho Bluff Road.
Forty acres of LAND, on the Asylum Road,
about 1J miles from Columbia, bounded by
lauds of Wallace, Dr. Parker, Dr. Marks and
tho Asylum Road. Of this place, about one
half is cleared and under cultivation, and
there arc two buildings on it; and it is well lo?
cated and adapted for a small farm. Flats of
those tract? can bc seen at tho ellice of the
Terms-ono-half cash; balance in twoivo
months, secured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage of premises sold. Purchasers to
pay for papers and stampn.
THOMAS J. LAMOTTE,
Nov 12 m4 Assignee.
In thc mattor of Gilbert Garner, Bankrupt.Q
By D. C. PELX0TT0 & SON, Auctioneers.
BY virtuo of an order cf sale, herotofore
made and to me directed, hy tho Hon.
George S. Bryan, Judge of tho United States
District Court for tho District of South Caro?
lina, I will soil, bofore thc Court House in Co?
lumbia, at ll o'clock, on MONDAY, tho 5th
day of Deaembcr next, thc following Beal
Property, belonging to the Bald Bankrupt's
catato, to wit:
All that tract or parcel of LAND, situatu in
Richland County, containing 1.280acres,moro
or less, bounded by lauds of Clarkson, Sam
uol Garner, Thoa. ll. Brown, and by tho Cam?
den Branch of tho South Carolina ltailroad
and tho Waterco River.
Tho placo is highly improved, with good
Rcsidenco, substantial (juarlers for laborers.
Cotton Screw, Gin House, and all tho appli?
ances of a first-class plantation, which bas
been iii continuous cultivation, under good
management, for year?, and upon which a
line crop ot* corn and cotton has been raised
this year. About C?0 or 700 acres of tho tract
is open land. Tho Camden Branch Railroad
is ono of tho boonda nen, and Clarkson's Do
pot, tivo miles from Ringville, is at ono of the
I cor ne re of tho plantation.
Terms- ono-half cash; balance in ono year,
with intercut from day of sale, secured by
bond and mortgage. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamp**.
THOMAS J. LAMOTTE,
Nov 13 ml_Aswigiieo.
Valuable City Lots at Auction.
BY D. C. PELX0TT0 & SON, Auctioneers
On tho FIUST MONDAY in December iioxt, in
front of the Court House, in this city, to tho
highest bidder, that beautifully located
four-acro lot, on Arsenal Hill, betweou tho
rcsidenco of Mayor Alexander and thc Go?
vernor's mansion, which will bc divided into
eleven lots, bounded as follows:
LOT No, 1, bounded on tho North hy Lum?
ber Btroot, measuring thereon 52 toet 2 in ch et?,
moro or loss; on tho West by Pulaski street,
running back thereon 208 feet moro or less;
on tho East by lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 2. of tho same dimensions, bounded
ou tho North by Lumber stroot; on tho EaBt
by lot No. 3, and on tho Wost by lot No. 1.
LOT NO. 3, of tho samo dimensions, bounded
on tho North by Lumber street; on tho East
by lot No. 1; on tho Weat by lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 4, of tho same dimensions, bounded
on thc North by Lumber stroet; ou tho West
by lot No. 3; on tho East by lot No. 5
LOT NO. 5, bounded on tho North by Lum?
ber street, measuring thereon 208 feet 8 luches,
moro or less; on tho East by Wayne street,
measuring thereon 208 feet 8 inches, more or
lens; on tho South by lot No. G. This is a
corner lot, and one of thc moat decirablo loca?
tions in tho city.
LOT No. (J, bounding and fronting on Wayne
Htreet, and measuring thereon 104 foot 4
inches, moro or less, and running back 2(!8
feet 8 inchon; on the South by let No. 7.
LOT NO. 7, fronting anJ bounded on tho
East by Wnyno street; on tho South hy Rich?
land street, running back oil Haid etrcet 208
feet 8 inches, moro or lets; on the North by
lot No. ti.
LOT NO. 8, fronting and measuring on Bich?
land street 52 feet 2 inches, moro or less;
bounded on tho East by lot No. 7; on tho
West by lot No. ?, running back 208 fuet 8
inches, moro or less.
LOT NO. 9. of tho sanio diinousioiis, fronting
on Richland .street ; bounded on the East by
lot No. 8; on tho West by lot No. 10.
LOT No. 10, of the same dimensions, front?
?ag on Richland street; bounded on tho East
by lot No. 0; on tho West by lot No. ll.
LOT NO. ll, of tho same dimensions, front?
ing on Ki eli lan ii street; on tho West by Pu?
laski street, running hack theroon 208 bret,
moro or les??; on the East by lot No. 10.
TKU?.S oi'SALE-One-third cash, balance in
ono and two yoars, scoured by bond of tho
purchaser, bearing interest at tho rate of
seven por cont, per annum, and mortgago of
the promises. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and ?tamps. Nov I t
I 1 1 i1 ??? fS? ... . V ' ?'
Desirable Building Lot on East Side of Maia
BY JACOB LEVIN.
Oa MONDAY, 51b December, I will sell, boforo
tho Court Houso,
That doBiraWo building LOT, fronting Main
street and measuring twenty-five feet, run?
ning back 130, bounded on tho North by build?
ing of Donny's printing office, and South by
buililingtj or William and John A. Shicll.
TEBMB OF SALE-Cash. Purehasor to pav
for papera and stamps. Nov 271
Main Street Building Lots.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, Decombcr 5,1 will sell, boforo
tho Court Houao, *
Those two dosirablo LOTH, on West side
Lot No. 1, measuring 25 fact front bv 208,
situated on tho onrnor of alley leading to As?
sembly strcot, bonndod North bj J. C.Seegera
and South by T. K. Ktter.
Lot No. 2, ruoasuring 25 feet front by 208,
bounded North by lot of T. K. Ktter and South
by J. and S. L'.iphart, formerly Jannoy's Ho
Tho terms of Bale cash. Purchaser to pay
for naners and stamps, and ".viii be pus?ivoiy
sold'._Nov 27 H
Family Residence on Senate Street.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, December 5,1 will soil, at thc
That fine RESIDENCE on Sonato strcot,
South Bido and in rear of Episcopal Church.
Tho main building contaiuB twelve good
rooms, with every convenience, and all out?
buildings required, and a small Cottago on
tho North side, mutable, for a small family.
The lot cont ainu Kcvon-cighths of an aero.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-third cash- the bal
anco secured by boud and mortgage, payablo
in twelvo mouths; purchaser to pay for stamps
und papers. Nov 27 t4
South Carolina-Richland County.
D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON. AUCTIONKEUS.
Mrs. Mary S. P. Gibbes, Mrs. Anna M. Guign
ard, et al., vs. James S. Guignard, as Ad?
ministrator, ct al.
IN pnrsu&nco of tho decretal order pasaoil
by his Honor Judgo John T. Green, on
tho 1st day of July, 1870, I will sell tho fol
lowing HEAL ESTATE in tho city of Colum?
bia, belonging to tho estate of the late Jamel'
B. Ghigmird, Senior, on the FIRST MONDAY
in December next:
1. The LOTS fronting on Richardson strcc-i
- feet, cornering on Plain street, and rtttiuhlf
back East 208 feet to tho alley-way to thi
Court Houso square; bounded on tho Sontl
by lots recently sold as property of Dr. lt. W
Gibbes, Sr., deceased. This property is con
Bidcred as among tho most desirable aud eli
giblo sites for stores in tho city, lt will bi
sub-divided, and proper plats prepared, whicl
eau be inspected at tho office of tho under
signed iu Columbia.
2. Thc well known and valnablo Plantat im
on Gill's Creek, about seven miles from Co
lumbia, containing 1,152 acres, more or lose
bounded on thc East hy lands of tho estate o
C. R. Ilryco, dccoaBed, and G. R. Starliug, an
lands of'Or. A. Wallace; South by thc "Ri;
Lako" plantation; North by Gill's Creek. 1
desired, null be sold in parrels.
3. Thu Square of four acres in Columbia
upon which the Mansion Houso of the lat
James S. Guignard, Sr., stood, surrounded b
a substantial brick wall; bounded on th
North by Gervais street; East by Dull street
South by Senate street, and Wost on Mario
street. This pqnaro will probably be divide
into half aero lota.
Eight acres of LAND in tho corporate limiti
bnundod on the South by lands formerly .
Gregg, now of Erwin; North by lauds of til
Misses Stark; East by landa now occupied t
W. Hampton Gibbes, on Barnwell btreet; coi
tinned East by lands of tho Misses Stark.
A plat of which may bc aeon at the office <
Tho entire properly ia sold froe from a
claim for dower, and tho purchaser takes ii
Tenus or SALE-One-third eash, rcmaindi
payable in one and two years in equal insta
men ts, with interest from date of ?ale pay;
hie annually, and secured by bond and mor
gage; purchaser to iusuro and atsign tl
policy to tho undersigned. Purchaser to pi
for papers, stamps, eic.
I). D. DKSAU&SURE,
Nov 0 t Special Referee
Dlakely Si Gibbes vs. William H. Ward, ai
Wells A Caldwell vs. same.
BY virtue of a warrant to levy on and si
tho crop of thc defendant in tho abo
stated case, directed to mo by D. D. Milli
Esq., Clerk of the Circuit Court for ltichlai
County and in pursuaneo of au Act of il
General Assembly of South Carolina, entitl
"An Act to secure atlvancca for agricultui
purposes," and also by virtue of a certa
lien, executed by William H. Ward to Blaki
A Gibbes, on tho 2Sth day of February, A.
1870, and also by virtue of an execution in t
caBO of Wella St Caldwell vs. William IL Wai
directed to mo, I will sell, on tho Fl HST MO
DAY and TUESDAY in Decombor noxt,
front of the Court House io Columbia, with
tho legal hours, tho following propcrtv, viz
Tho entire CHOP OF COTTON made in li
by tho defendant, seven Mules, ono Hon
ono Two-horso Wagon, three Cowa, tin
Calvca. and lot of Guano. Terms cash.
Nov 18 mth P. F. FR AZ RE, 8.R. C
BY virtue of sundry writB of fieri facias,
mo directed, I will sell, on tho first MC
DAY in December next, in front of the Coi
Houso, in Columbia, within thc legal hours.
All that Plantation or Tract of LAN
known as "Pincussion." in Richland Corni
containing six hundred acres, more or lo
and bounded on tho North by lands of Jd
G. Lykos; East by landa formerly ot' Gene
William Hopkins; South by lands or John
Chappell, and on tho Wost by lands of M
K. G. Brevard; levied on as tho proper!)
Joseph A. Reese, at tho suit of D. B. DeSa
sure, C. E. R. D., el al., vs. Joseph A. Roes
Tenais-Cash _ .F. FHA ZEE. 8. lt. C
Under Order of Judge cf J'rojiate.
II. E. Scott, Executor, vs. James C. Kenn
IN pursuance of an ordor m ado by the II
Wm. llutaon Wigg, Judge of Probate
Richland County, I will sell, on tho FIf
MONDAY in December next, in front of
Co,;it Houso, in Columbia, within thole
All that TRACT OE LAND in Richh
County, situated oh tho Winneboro Ito
about* ten miles from Columbia, contain
two hundred and forty (240) acres, more
less, and hounded on tho North by laud
Benjamin Hodge, East by landa of-"?
ford, South by lauda of Bligh, and West
The above described property will be t
at tho risk and costs of former purchaser.
Terms cash. F. F. FltAZEE,
Nov 15 mth S. R. (
Sherill 's Sales
F. W. McMastor, Administrator, VS. Will
IN pursuaneo of tho decretal order or
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, in
above stated case, I will Boll, on tho I
MONDAY in December next, in front of
Court Houso, in Columbia, within tho h
All that lot or parcel of LAND, contaii
three-quarters ol an aero, moro or 1
bounded on tho North by a lot formerly
longing to JoBoph Randall; on tho East
Assembly street; on tho West by a lot forr
ly the property of A. M. Hunt; and on
South by Gervais street; tho said lot bi
commonly known aa Hunt's Hotel Lot.
I TeuHs-Cash. Purchaser to pav for ?ta
I and papers. P. F. FHAZE?, S. R.
BY vir Ino of cnn dr v write of fieri facias to
mo dirootod, I will nell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in December next, in front of tbo
Oonrt Honeo, in Columbia, within the legal
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land in
Richland County, containing sixteen hundred
(1,G0B) acres, moro or less, and bounded on
tho North hy R. and J. U. Adams, East by J.
U. Adams, Mouth by-Geiger, and on tho
West by Robert Adams ; levied on aa tho pro?
perty of Isaac T. Woatnn, at tho roapeotive
suits of Maria L. Dower, Administratrix, Moni
trio Weston, Executor, Roberto. Shiver,John
McLaughlin and William Giazo vs. Isaac T.
Tho abovo described property will bo sold
at tho risk and cont or thc former pnrchasor.
Terms cash. P. P. FRA ZEE,
Nov 15 mtb_B. R. C.
Richard Tozer vs. Robert McDongal.
BY virtuo of an oxeoution and attachment
in tho abovo Btated case, I will eell, on
the FI HST MONDAY in Docembor next, at V.
F. Krazoo'd lot, on Washington street, next tn
thc Masonic Hail, ono STATIONARY EN?
GINE; levied on as tho proporty of Robert
McDougal, at tho snit of Richard Tozer vs.
Robert McDougall. Terms cash.
Nov 13 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Sheriff 's Sales.
BY virtuo of sundry writs of flori facias to
me directed, I will soil, on the iirst MON?
DAY in December next, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within tho legal hours,
tho folio wi or; property, viz:
All that Tract of LAND, in Richland Coun?
ty, containing flvo hundred acres, more or
leas; bounded by lands of Wyrick F. Turnip
scod and thc Greenville and Columbia Rail?
All that H0U3E and LOT, in the city of Co?
lumbia, situate on Assembly street; bounded
on th? North by M. II. Berry; East by Thoa.
I; ivis; South by Davit)' Alley, and on tho Wost
by Assembly street; lovied on as tho property
of Charles J. Bollin, at the suit of Mary
Allen, il ul., vs. Charles J. Bobin.
TBUMS-Cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Nov 18 _mtb
Sheriff 's Sale.
BY virtue of an execution, to mo directed,
I will soil, on tho first MONDAY in De?
cember next, in front of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within tho legal hours,
All that tract of LAND, in Richland Coun?
ty, containing two hundred and eighty-two
acres; bounded by lands of Mrs. Sallie F.
Ray, Joane Houso and William Weston; levied
on as tho property of I noni W. Houso, at the
Huit of John EL Kinard, survivor, vs. iBom W.
Nov 13 mth P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Under order of Judge of Probate.
James P. Rawls and D. lt. Feaster, Adminis?
trators of tho catate of J. J. Rawls, ri. John
G. Rawls et al.
IN pursuanco of an order mado by tho Hon.
Wm. Hutaou Wigg, Judge of Probate ifor
Richland County, in ibo abovo stated case, I
will soil, on the FIRST MONDAY in December
next, in front of tho Court Houso, in Colum?
bia, within tho legal hours, tho following pro?
perty, of which tho late John J. Ra wis died
All that LOT OF LAND on the corner of
Taj lor and Sumter Btreets, in tho citv of Co?
lumbia, measuring 74 feet, moro or lesa, on
Taylor street, and 158 feet ll indies, more or
less, on Sumter street, in shape a rectangular
A LOT OF LAND on Taylor etreot, in the
city of Columbia, measuring on said street 74
fo?t, moro or less, and running back 158 foot
ll inches, moro or less, in shape a rectangular
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho Buildings
thereon, on tho corner of Taylor and Lincoln
Htrcits, in the city of Columbia, measuring 54
feet, more or leas, en Lincoln street, and 126
feet on Taylor street, in shape a rectangular
AP that HOUSE AND LOT on Richardeon
street, in the city of Columbia, measuring 45
foot 7 inches on Richardson street, and run?
ning back 2GG feat, moro or IOBS, bounded
North by lot of J. A. Selby, South by lot of
tho citato of J. I. Walter, East by Richardson
street, and Weet by lot of J. C. Scegcra.
All that LOT OF LAND, vith tho buildings
thereon, ou tho corner of Washington and
Lincoln streets, in tho city of Columbia, mea
curing 53 feet, moro or less, on Washington
street, and 1015 feet, moro or less, on Lincoln
All that LOT OF LANI?, with tho building?
thereon, on Washington street, moasuring
thereon 53 feet, moro or loss, and running
back 1GG feet, moro or ICBS.
All that LOT OF LAND, vtitli tho buildings
thereon, on Lincoln stroct,measuring thereon
104 feet, more or less, and ruuning back 212
feot, moro or loss.
All that TRACT OF LAND, situated in Lex?
ington County, about nine miles below Colum?
bia, containing 100 acres, more or lesa, and
hounded on the East by tho "Congareo" River,
on the North bv-Stato land?, on tho WcBt by
lands ef Joel Lowmau, and South by State
One fourth interest in 357 Acres of Land
adjoining Kingsville, in tho County of Rich?
land, bounded by lands of James Gray,
Adams, and of tho South Carolina Railroad
TKHMS OF SALE.-The undivided interest in
the 357 acres of land near Kingsville will be
sold for cash. All tho other property will ht
sold for one-third cash ?md the balance cn a
credit d? ono year, with interest from day of
sale, to bc secured by bond and mortgage of
tho premises sold. Purchasers to insure the
property and assign Hie policies, and to pay
for stamou and papers.
Nov 12 mth P. F. FRAZEE^S.JL Ch_
Furniture, Groceries, &c.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On TUESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, at my
store, without reservo,
A variety of handsomo FURNITURE.
Ac, with a variety of Fire-Works, Ac. Deo 4_
O ?AA ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
O.OUU on tho Edisto.
7o0 ACRES in Kershaw-in lota to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Colnmbia-$12,000.
1 Houso in tliia city, ?5.0U0.
HOUSE and thirteen acros LAND, near tho
city-*3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estato Agent.
soiit 24 _ _ty
mHE largest and bent assorted stock of
J. FINE GROCERIES, WINES and LI?
QUORS in South Carolina, can bo found at my
?torc. A call will provo this all?gement.
Nov 3 __ _OEO_^vJJ?:RJi_
Virginia Mountain Butter.
3i\r\l\ LBS., in Biuall kegs, for family
.UUU uajB._ E. HOPE.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for salo low to
dealers by EDWARD HOPE. .