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PRUSSIANS EVACUATING FRANCE-BONA
rARTIST PARTY DEFEATED IN CORSICA
FATAL EXPLOSION-THEATRE BURNT, AO.
BERLIN, Ootober 23.-A bill for the
formation of an imperial war fund was
introdnoed in Parliament to-day.
MADRID, Ootober 28.-Efforts to con?
ciliate the partisans of Sagosta and Zo
rilla have failed.
PARIS, Ootober 23.-A cr?Bis from
ocarcity of monoy is apprehended. The
Bank of France, to-day, commenced to
isBue 85,000,000 frau.ca worth of email
VERSAILLES, Ootober 24.-In six de?
partments named, in the recently con?
cluded treaty, the Prussian evacuation IE
In tho Suprema Council o! Oorsicn,
tho Bonapartist party, on a test vote, wat
defeated by two majority. It ia current
ly reported that Prinoo Napoleon hat
tendored his resignation as member ol
LONDON, October 24.-The ' Times, o
this muming, suggests the appointmen
of an impartial commission to settle an}
international, difficulty which may grow
out of the outting out of the aohoonci
Horton. It believes any complication!
will be thus compromised promptly anc
' on an equitable basia.
PARIS, October 24.-A boiler explodec
at Borbaoz, Department of the Nord
killing ten and hurting many.
D'ARMBTADT, October 24-7 P. M.
The theatre is burning.
DEATH OF A PROMINENT YOONG VIRGINIA!
-MORMON TROUBLES-WESTERN FIRE
REKINDLED-FOR O ER ARRESTED-SM ALI
POX-AGRICULTURAL FAIRS, AO., AO.
CHICAGO, Ootober 22.-Col. Thome
W. Grosveenor, prosecuting attorney o
Chicago, was killed by a watchman o
post ut tho Chicago University, lue
night, for passing his beat and answei
ing the policeman's challenge in a mac
ner which the latter deemed offensive
and considerable exoitement exists i
consequence. Theodore N. Troat, wh
committed the deed, is a resident <
Jonesville, Wisconsin, and is a studei
of Chicago University. He is no
under arrest. Treat was a member <
the first regiment Chicago volunteer,
and olaimB to have noted in accordant
NEW YOBK, October 23.-Tho bod
found in East Hiver, this morning, bi
been identified as that of young Pryo
son of Boger A. Pryor. It in not know
iu what manaor j he came to his dent
and perhaps the mystery may neyer I
cleared up. A peon liar sadness attach
to this severe domestio affliction .in tl
bright promise of the manner and love
ble character of thin yoong man. I
hod but little more than a year ni
graduated at Princeton with, high
honors than had ever before been w<
in that institution by tba most di
tingnished of its alumni. Tho interve
ing period has beea spent by him in
great part at Cambridge, in Eng!an
where he won a prize in mathem&tii
A few months ago he returned to t
United States, and has since been pi
scouting the study of law in the office
The congregation of Rev. Dr. Ot
pin'a church, yesterday, con tribut
$12,000 oash, and a loan of 85,0?0, wil
out interest, toward rebuilding St. Pan
Universalis Church in Chicago.
The North American I usu ran co Co
puny received a report of an adjus
from Chicago to-day, and their IOBI
being above the amount first report?
unanimously resolved to pay ail pro|
losses in Chicago, and to receive fri
stockholders a subscription of $500,(
to make good the technical impuirmi
of capital, and to continue busine
Thirteen stockholders present subBorit
a pro rata, amount before the meeti
NEW ORLE A NH, October 24.-The ci
of the steamer Planter, going ashore
water, near Mulatto Bayou, were fi
into by au unknown party, and two m
tally and one severely wounded.
- ST. Louis, Ootober 24.-Tho Tight
collectors of County taxes to sell cert
railroad property, has boen appealed
the Iron Mountain Hoad to the Uni
States Supreme Court.
SALT LAKE CTTT, Ootober 24.-An
pert from .Cornwall says tbe discover
tin mines will work a rovo' ?ii ion in tri
The receipts of gold and silver are
Mrs. Cooke sues Brigham Yoong
money collected upon her husbai
death. Mrs. Cooke was formerly a A
mon, but is now an apostate.
WASHINGTON, Ootober 24.-A Cub
meeting was held .to-day. Absent, I
ermsn and Boutwell.
DETROIT, October 24.-The high w
rekiudled the fires on the military r<
vation. Port Huron is endangered.
PHILADELPHIA, Ootober 24.-Da
three weeks of Ootober there were
oases and 151 doutha from small
The disease is abuting. Thoosundi
BALTIMORE, Ootober24.-The Con
tion resolved to entertain no new c
tion, and restrain the members to
speech of ten minutes duration on
subject, uXuopL upon the subject of
aliena. Upon the vexed question!
volving innovations, the committee
port against present action.
COLUMBUS, GA., Ootober 24.-Tb
cond annual fair of MuBOogee Co
commences here on the 31st. Itproi
to be a great success. The entries i
departments are very large and va
Deports from the surrounding coi
indicato a large attendance Se
notod horses-trotters and rnnn
have been entered for speoial premi
AUGUSTA, GA., Ootober 24.
annuul fair of the Cotton States Asi
tion opens on the Slet of Cot
$16,000 ore offered in premiums.
railroads aud Charleston land Savannah
a teams ti ipa -tri/m New York and Phila?
delphia will issne excursion tickets for
$25 for the round trip, whioh are good
until the first bf December. The city is
prepared to accommodate 20,000 visitors.
Fine racing stock bas already been
entered for the track premiums. The
fuir will be largely attended.
WASHINGTON, Ootober 24.-The ques?
tion of the Hornet being blockaded by a
Spanish fleet in a Haytien port was con?
sidered in Cabinet. The Government
huldH that bearing the Amerioan flag
and being under bonds to this Govern?
ment, entitles the Hornet to tho free?
dom of neutral waters. Diplocuatio cor?
respondence hos made some progress,
and tho carly releuse of tho Hornet is
The S'.ar says: "A Btrong effort is
being mado to effect the removal of Col.
Robb, Collector of Customs at Savan?
nah, and appoint in his place Mr. James
Aikens, who, it is said, is baoked by Se?
nator Hill and the Congressional delega?
tion from Georgia. Robb's friends,
however, claim that he will not be re?
Probabilities-The barometer will pro?
bably continue high on Wednesday from
the lower lakes to tho middle and East
Atlantic, with olear or olearing aud
smoky weather. Cloudy weather will
continue on tho South Atlanho coast,
and au area of low barometer will ex?
tend from Missouri to Wisconsin, with
Easterly winds on Lakes Michigan and
Superior. No important chango for tho
ATLANTA, Ootober 24.-Parties aro
seiziug the rolling stock and other pro?
perty of the Brunswick and Alb-iuy Rail?
road for debts. The iron for the road
bus been seized at Brunswick. No pay?
ments have been mude for some time.
Kimball's inability to pay is said to re?
sult from losses at the Chicago fire.
There are rumors of repudiation of tho
bor? Js hypothecated by him. Governor
Bulb ck hus seized the road aud placed'
it in the hands of Col. John Soreven, of
Savannah. He and R. H. Brown, attor?
ney of the road, huvo gouo to New York
to investigate thu allan s of the company.
Many rumors are afloat, bot nothing
moro debilito than tho above can be
NEW YOKE., October 21.-Tho detect?
ives arres Led, lust night, Harry Young,
whose aliases are B. S. Downer, J. H.
Ransom aud Samuel E. Collins. Hu
has lor a long time been successfully
operating throughout the oountry alter?
ing ?nd forging checks. He has been
identified by several victims.
OTTAWA, October 24.-A correspond?
ent of tho Express Bays tho oaae of tbe
schooner Horton, stolen by the Glouces?
ter fishermen, is simply regarded asa
violation of customs regulations.
CHABIIESTON, October 24.-Arrived
steamer Champion, New York; bark
Droopier, Truro, England; schooner
Lilly, New York. Sailed-steamer Jos.
Adger, New York.
Four fever deaths in the past twenty
HENRY BERRY LOWRY-CIVILITY OF AN
OUTLAW.-Wo learn that on Monday I
morning last, Mr. Oakley McNeil!, re- j
siding near Scuffletown, in this County,
was out before duy coon hunting. About |
daylight his dog "treed," and Mr. Mc?
Neill WAS proceeding to the spot for tbo
purpose of Benaring the game, when he
heard some one walking through the
darkness in the same direction. Sus?
pecting this person to be one of the out
laws, Mr. McNeill became alarmed and
I retired. Having occasion soon after
I breakfast to go to Mosa Neck depot, Mr.
McNeill was sitting on the platform at
the depot, conversing with one or two
gentlemen who were present, when sud?
denly tho notorious outlaw, Henry Berry
Lowry, made hts appearance, hearing in
bis hand a dead coon, which he present?
ed to Mr. McNeill, saying that as it was
treed by his dog, the game rightfully
belonged to him. The outlaw then
asked Mr. McNeill to lend the dog to
him for a short time, as he wished him?
self to engage in tho sport of coon hunt?
ing. Mr. McNeill declined to lend tho
dog, BB he expected to uso him himself;
for the same purpose, but informed the
outlaw that ho hud another dog at home
equally good for coon, which hu thought
would follow him, and which he would
be willing to loud. After a little further
conversation, the outlaw bude Mr. Mc?
Neill and his friend a good morning and
sauntered loisurely away.-Jivbesoniu7i.
YANKEE ATTEMPT TO EMBROIL THE Go
YURNMUNT.-The cod fishermen of Mas?
sachusetts, with the political demagogues
at their backs, liavo for years been trying
to raise a muss between the United
States and England by their lawless
greed of gain. A case ocenrred lust
week, which should be denounced by
every law-abiding man in the country.
Tho circumstances, so far as we have
been able to learn them, are briefly these:
A party of fishermen, secretly organized
for the purpose, lately boarded au Ame?
rioan fishing schooner, lying at Guys
boro, N. H., awaiti jig the decidion of the
Court of Admiralty upon charges of
violating the fishing laws, and ran her
out to sea. Au English gun-boat and
cotter was immediately started in pur?
suit, but the capturers succeeded in
making their escape. Arrived at Glou?
cester, Mass., the leader is feasted and
presented with a handsome token by the
John Taylor and Miles Freeman, the
two colored men who wero under arrest
upon the ohargo of having fired the
towu of Goldsboro, N. C., by which it
was nearly destroyed, have boon bailed
by the Radical judge in the sum of $200
Tho great railroad bridgo between
Newport and Cincinnati is rapidly ap?
proaching completion*. Tho main or
channel span will bo completed by tho
first of November, and it if. be?oved that
trains will bc crossing by the first of
Financial ami Commercial.
COLUMBIA. S. O., October 24.-S^es of
cotton to duv 52 ba'ea-middling 16%o.
LONDON, October 24- Noon.-COD
?ola 93. Bonds 00>?.
FRANKFORT, October 24 - Booda 96@
PARIS, October 24.-Rentes 57f. C2o.
Li YERTOO i,, October 24- 3 P. M.-Gol?
ton opener] heavy and iii now unchanged
-u pinn da 9}? ; Orleans 9%.
LIVERPOOL. October 24T-Evening.- I
Cotton closed flat-uplands9)?; Orleans I
?^?; sales 8.000 bales; speculation mull
exports 3,0110; yarns and fabrica heavy.. 1
NEW YORK, October 24-Noon.
Salo? of cotton for future delivery, lust
evening, 8,100 bales, as follows: Octo?
ber 18j?; November 18}?, 18a?; Decem?
ber 18,%; January 18^. 18 9 1G; Febru?
ary 18 13-10; April 19,%. Stocks weak
and not active. Gold steady, nt 12%@
12)?. Governments dull but steady.
?State bonds dull but ii rta. Money
firmer, nt G@7. Exchange.-long 8JQ;
short 9%. Flour dull aud unchanged.
Wheat quiet. Com scarce and a ninnie
firmer. Pork stoutly^, at 13 firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Jotton quiet, without decided ohange
uplands 18j?; Orleaua 19^; sales 1,200
bales. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet and weak; sales
2.290 bales-uplands 18??; Orleans 19j?.
Flour dull and droopiug-coejmon to
fair extra 7.00(?j7 G5; good to ohoico 7.70
@9 25. Whiakey 95>e(39?. Wheat tirm
-winter red Western 1.53(2)1.55. Com
unchanged. Rice dull, at 8?7?J9. Pork
13 10(djl3 12. Beef quiet. L?rd-ket?
tle lOj^. Freights dull. Money tight
ened. Sterling unchaiiged. Goldi I-'.f
(tyllj-fl. Governments heavy and i nae
tivo-G2s II;'? States stronger, espe?
cially Tennessecs; North and South Ca?
rolina? very steady. Tennessee? G5'.<:
now GO'o. Virginias 59}J; now (J?
Louisianas G5; new 57; levees 01; 8s 75.
Alabamas 95; 5-> 05. Georgias 89; 7s 92
North Carolinas 39; new 18. South Ca
rolinas 72; new 42. Sales of futures to?
day, 9,SOO bales, as follows: October
18!y-, 18 5 10, 1S;>?; November 18Jj,
18 3-10. 18 5-10, 18?i; December 18 5 10,
18j??. 18 11-32. 187 10, 18'.<; Jauimry
18 ??, 13su'; February 18^, 1SJB'; April
NEW ORLEANS, October 24.-Cotton
dull and lower-middling lS;^; receipts
0.357 bains; sales 3,500; stock 57,537.
Flour dull-super G 09; double 0.75; tre?
ble email@example.com. Bacon quiet, at 8&<j$0;
I sugar-cured hams 18@18}.i.
SAVANNAH, October 24-Cotton in
good demand-middling 17J.j(rtJ17J? ; re
j ceipts 3,350 bales; sales 1,3U0; stock
I WiXiMiNGTON, October 24.-Cotton
quiet-middling 1H; receipts 273 bales;
I sales 39; stock 3,871.
PHILADELPHIA, Ootober 24.-Cotton
CHAULHSTON, October 24.-Cotton I
quiet-middling 17}?; receipts 2,550
bales; sides GOO; stock 18.313. |
I BALTIMORE, October 24.-Flour dull
I und demand light. Wheat firm. Corn
quiet. Oats dull, at 47(aj48. Provi
I mons unchanged. Whiskey quiet, nt
95}.i. Cotton weak but demand fair
middling 18}?@18%; receipts 357 bales;
Balee 998; stock 2,0?8.
AUQDSTA, Ootober 24.-Cotton steady
-middling 17}?; receipts 800 bales; *ales
MEMPHIS, Ootober 24 -Cotton iii
steady demand-middling 18! receipts
Mom iii:, October 24.-Cotton quiet
but steady-middling 18; receipts 1,995
balen; sales 100; et00k 23,734.
UosTON, October 24 -Cotton dull aud
lower-middling 182-?; receipts 1,174
bales; sales 300; stock 0.000.
NORFOLK, October 24.-Cotton dull
low middling 17J..?; receipts 2,040 bales;
sales 200; stock 8.2G5.
IMPORTANT NEWS FHOM THE POLAR
REU ION-Tho members of tho German
expedition to tho North Pole-the latest
one from Prussia-have forwarded re?
ports to Europe announcing "the disco?
very of au opon Polar Sea, free from iee
aud swarming with whales." Tho de?
spatches ure published ut Gotha. Should
their contento provo to bo exactly cor?
rect, tho announcement is of the very
highest importun?e, not only to Ibo
cause of science, but to the interests ut
the world at largo. The nows will also
be moro thnu gratifying to the American
people, as the grand faut will go to verily
the accuracy of tho acoouuts which have
buen already published by our country?
men of the result of their explorations
A celebrated leader of Democratic ue
groes out in Texas, named Jupiter, is
full of metaphor. Ile euid tho other
day, in a Bpeech nt Wuxuhuchio, that, "if
he had his way, he would give thu Rads
the stripes in tho old flag till they saw [
the stars, und then knock them out of
doors with the pole."
Mississippi had $600.000,000 of pro?
perty under citizen's rule, and tho tax
was $400,000, and it cost 820,090 to
assess it. Now her property, under
Badi cu I rule, is $180,000,000, and the
tax is $1,300,000, assessed at a coat of
Later advices from Teheran show that
Persia is still suffering from famine and
pestilence and the disorganization and
disturbances which these calamities have
DEATH OP COLLECTOR NEWCOMR, OP
BEAUFORT.-The Republican announces
the death, from yellow fever, of Rev.
George Newcomb, formerly pastor of
the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Mrs. Mary Hill, of Corry, Pa., who
luis been visiting some friends ut Niagara
Fulls, N. Y., fell into a cellar Friday
uight und was iustautly killed.
In San Diego, California, on Friday,
Charles Wilson was shot deud by A. J.
Feu wick, who is ulleged to have previ?
ously seduced Wilson's wife.
A fire broke ont in West 3Gth stroet,
New York, on tho night cf tho 2lat,
which destroyed an entire block of build?
SPABT AK 11 c 11 o, a. C., Ootober 15.
Tho cruel provisions of tho Ku Klux bill
are beiog enforced iu thia County in a
manner which, were it known through?
out the country, would bri'ig tbe blush
of Bbame to the chocks of every lover of
freedom. United States Mardbal John
HOD, under the pressure of the State Go-1
vornmout and a miserable Bot of needy
und hungry con Atables, backed by three
companies of United y tates eu valry, are
arresting every white oitizen in this
County that they oau fasten the least
suspicion on, and lodging them iu jail to
await u sham trial iu Columbia.
You would baldly believe lt, but cruel,
p otu al war ia boiug waged by General
Grau t'a ordern, upon helpless, unresist?
ing and law-abiding citizens of the
United States. The Rubicon is crossed,
aud this great Ctciur turns his soldiers
loose upon his own countrymen uud fel?
low-citizens. lror byer two weeks, this
I mighty arm v has marched nearly every
night (for some weighty reason they
don't travel iii the broad day-light) iu 1
tho country, and with military precau?
tion, having surrounded tho home of
some peaceful farmer, proceed with loud
noises to arouse und arrest tho sleeping
iunocent victim. Tbe jail is full already,
and still tbo work goes on, to stop no
ono knows when. Were these men guil?
ty 01 crime, were they rebellious against
the Government, wore they even mom
bus of or participators in tho hilly
doings of Ibo Ku Klux, whilst we would
deploro tho mode of their arrest, so ill
becoming a free republic, wo would ut
lo isl say weare sorry for you, but you
have brought it upon yourselves. lint
when it is known that these unfortunate
tillers of the soil ur?' as free from uny
connection with the Ku Klux as even
ibis great Ciclar himself, how great
td) mi id bb our indignation und bow ear?
nest our proton ts Hg iii list this worse than
Yul even all this is not enough to
satisfy the malice of those savage ne?
groes who rulo thu Stale of South Caro?
lina. They send a delegation to Wash?
ington, they tell lies to thc President, he
lends a ready ear, and promises to place
eight Counties containing a white popu?
lation of 100,000 souls tit tho mercy of
these ignoruut and uncivilized negroes.
0 Tempora! O Mores.' Has our coun?
try come to this?, when tho iuuoceut uro
made to stiller alike with tho guilty, aud
all aro at tho mercy of malice mid
caprice? It is thus that this ambitious
Cioiur, this wiso Ulysses, having such a
high appreciation of negro virtue and
civilization, haviug boen foiled in his at
I tempt to import a Santo Domingo, is
I determined to make ono out of South
Carolina. - Cor. New York World.
A Now York letter, of Saturday, says:
"Tbe cotton question assumes a new
phase. The bulls are terribly disgusted
at the turn of uffuirs. The receipts on
lust Tuesday and Weduesday wero about
4,300 bales in excess of last year. This
excess, iu fuce of tbe greatly reduced
estimates of the crop, bas confounded
operators, and the first impulse is a wish
to sell. The available supply of cotton
is, however, quito small, ami eouse
Suently cotton for future delivery has
ocliued much moro than lots on the
spot. We have, in addition to the in?
creased receipts at the ports, great
stringency in the mouey markets and a
d?chue in gold and exchange. It is
doubtful if oar banks and insurance
companies will stand up under the losses
incurred at Chicago ns well ns it wits
boped and expected OUH week ago.
Three insurance companies were placed
in the hands of receivers, yesterday, and
two others have taken atepfl to compro?
mise with their creditors. There has boen
a great pressure in this market lo sell tho
loading staples of Western products,
and prices have declined more or less.
We have largo stocks of coru, oats, pork,
lard, tallow, &c.:, upon which owners
have been able to realize largo sums of
money with very little trouble, and
without much sacrifice, for there is a
largo export demand, and li slight con?
cession in prices brings forward buyers
for large quantities."
Miss Faunie Duvis, who lived in the
neighborhood of old Bethany Church,
in Green County, Ga., committed sui?
cide last Sunday, by shooting herself
willi a pistol three times, two shots tak?
ing effect in tbe bend, thu third in thu
side, killing her instantly. She was
twenty-eight yours old, of a respectable
family, and sustained a character above
A mau in Muiuo has been compelled
to pay $75 and oosts for allowing Ins old
whito horse to bo prowling on tho high?
way ut night, aud frightening other
horses so that they ran away and hint
A now Republican parly is wanted in
Texus, tho present oue, like Tuiumuuy
Hall, having buen "weighed in the ba?
lance uud found wanting" in tbe impor?
tant matters of the people's rights and
"der mouish."-New ?ork Herald.
General Sheridan, on being officially
informed by Gov. Fairchild of tho stato
of uflairs in Northern Wisconsin, ot once
issued orders for despatching 4.000 army
bluukets, 2,000 over coats and 100 wa?
gons for the relief of tho sufferers.
It is stated that new post offices will
bo opened at Laud's ?'ord and Cedar
Shoals, Chester County, und very soon
eu thu sumo route, olllccs will bo esta?
blished ut Lewisvillo and Rich Hill.
TboB.iptists'huvoa monopoly of Block
Island. They founded a church there
in 1705, and now il cmbruoes iu tho cou
gregution tho wholo population of the
"Old Mr?. Smith" died recently in
Surry County, N. C., at tho advanced
ugo of 112 years. Sbo leaves a son, 87
years old, hale and hearty, to mourn her
The now bridgo over tho Hudson at
Albany is nearly completed. Tho draw
works by steam, and can bo opened or
cloBed in fifty seconds.
Tte Ka Klux proclamation of the Pre?
sident, proclaiming martial law in nine
Counties of South Carolina, coming
upon us jnat at this time of universal
charity and good will among men, jars
upon tho publie ear as an unexpected
and unwelcome sound. The President,
no doabt, ia issuing this proclamation
was convinoed that martial law was the
only alternativo left him for the restora?
tion of law and order in the Ku Klux
Counties whioh he enumerates; yet still
we suspect that the outrages and the
numbers of these nocturnal mons troop?
ers have been greatly exaggerated. But
nous verrons.-iVeio York Herald.
Botts, the murderer of Pet Halaled,
bas been found guilty of murder iii the
first degree A motiou made by his
counsel, for the hearing of argument for
a now trial on tho 11th of November,
Tho thieves of Augusta, Ga., have
organized a syndicate, and aro ruling the
kerosene market by stealing the oil from
the lamps ou tho outskirts of the city.
They sell it for whiskey.
By tho revised census of Chicago,
taken by Howard, the directory pub?
lisher, the population wa3 334,270. In
1830, it was 70.
-I /\ BARKELS Chote? New Hulled BUCK
?\J WHEAT. Fur aile low bv
Pot 25 _JOHN AONEW A SON.
LIST of BEAL ESTATE, i.i the city of Co?
lumbia, on which laxes li ave not been
Adams. Tlios, Blanding, between Wayne
and Gadsdon. Allen, Elis Mary E. John
Lynch, trustee, corner Richardson and Bland?
ina. Avery, Jesse, Tobicco, Indigo and Ma
Butler, W B, Laurel, between nuger am]
Pulaski. Bostwiek. Susan, Gervais, between
Lincoln sud Gatos. Brooke, Alexander,
Richland, between Huger und Pulaski.
Banks. Richard corner Taylor and Marion.
Bookman, lt, South-west corner Waverley.
Boozer, J N, Washington and Gadsden.
Campbell, James 8, Richardson, between
Taylor and islanding. Child-?, Johnsou and
Willard, Laurol and Assembly. Cbisolm. Pr
J J, Laurel, betwoon Gadsdon and Wayne.
Cuthbert, E. corner Richland and Bull.
Clark, L C, corner Richland and Barnwell.
Cook. Isaac, Winn, between Lady aud Wash?
ington. Carr, W A .V Co, corner Gervais aud
Dukes, Phillip, corner Plain and Gadsden.
Davis, B, Henderson, between Gervais and
Senate; Davis, Aaron, Barnwell, between
Washington and Lady DeSaussure, D B,
Wheat, Indigo, Barnwell and Harden.
Elliott, R B, Taylor, between Richland and
Sumter. Edwards, H E, corner Marion and
Pendleton. Edwards. Jo. Wiiiu street.
Eichelberger, B, Indigo, between Bull and
Marion. Enright, Mr?, Richardson and Lau?
Ferguson, Brisbain, Divine, between Rich?
ardson and Assembly. Furguson, Marcus,
corner Lincoln and Indigo. Fields, James,
Laurel, between Gadsden and Wayne. Fergu?
son, George, Liucoln and Indigo. Foster,
Peter, corner Blossom and Marion. Fry, Mr J,
Riebland and Winu.
Grogg. Mrs I) M, coruer Taylor and Marion.
Green, J C, Mrs, cirn?r Taylor and Rull.
Green, Josoph corner B'ossom and Wheat.
Orant, Romeo, Laurol, between Wayno and
Gadsden. Grandy, Mrs tl, enrnor Lamber
and Marion. Oluaves, N C, Mrs, Oates, be?
twoon Medium and Green. Gruber, Steven.
Agent, ooruor Gates and Green. Guignard,
J S. Executor, South-west comer Qervais and
Bull. Goodwyn, Alfred, Taylor, near Marion.
Garnett, C F AI, Picketts, Henderson, Lumber
aud Richland. Colliding, Daniel, Wayne,
near Laurel. Goulding, Patsy, Wayue. near
Blaudiag. Glover, Julia Ann, Gervais, Barn?
well aim Winn. Goodwin, Susan. Gadsden,
near Lumber. Givens, Jessie, Richland.
Harris, Eliza, estate. Gate?, between Senate
and Gervais. Hix, Henry, Waverley. Hamp?
ton, Leanor. Gates, between Plain anil Wash?
ington. Harmon, Robert, Laurel, between
Sumter and Marion. Herron, diarios, Lau?
rel, botweon Pulaski and Huger. Hart, Hen
rv, Richland, between PicKons and Bud.
ll arl, E B, Laurel, between Marion and Sum?
ter. Hitchcock, estate, corner Assembly and
Isaacs, Mrs, cornor Marion and Lumber.
Jackson, J:is. Laurens, between Washington
and Lady. Jenkins. Sam, Gadsden, between
Plain and Washington. Johuaou, Samuol,
Lumber, between Hender son and Barnwell.
Johnson. Henry, corner Pulaski and B'aud
lng; Johnson, Peter, Sumter, between Blos?
som and Divino. Johnson, isahella, Lincoln,
, but ween Blain ami Washington. Johnsou,
I Elias, Waverley. Johnson, Tho*, Winn, be?
tween Lady ami Washington.
Kennedy. Jas n, Groan, between Oates and
Lincoln Killian A Fry, Plain, Washington,
(limer and Pulaski.
Lenting. II. corner Henderson and Renate
Lowndes, C D, Lumber, between Lincoln and
Gadsdon. Lott. Anna, corner Se?alo and As
som hiv. Lvles, Wm. est?t?. Richardson and
Lumber. Logan. Philip, Wakerley. Lynch,
P N, Rev, Itiuiiur.lson aud Blanding to Sum
tor. LyRmnd, W C, Richardion, between
(Jorvsis and Lady.
Marlin, Jan, estate, Marion, betwoeu Rich?
land and Lumber. Marshall. Mrs A, Bland
iug. botweon Richardson and Sumter. Myers,
W J, corner Gervais and Winn. Mitchell,
Willson, corner Marion ami Pendleton Mon?
teith. Walter S, Eastern extension, 14 acres.
Nelson. Calvin, Bunding, between Wayne
Patterson, Mra Susan, Assembly, Oates,
Indigo, L ?wer. Pickotis, Polly. Assembly,
botweon Lincoln and Oates Pringle, Rev J
M. corner Rlanding and Marion. Radcliffe,
T W, estate of, corner Pendleton and Assem?
Roose, Alonzo, corner Assembly and Medi?
um. Boone, Maria, corner Gates aud Medium
Babb, Josse, estate of, Gatos, botween He
nato aud Pendleton. Bose. Wm E, corner
Gervais and Assembly. Robiuson, Caleb,
corner Washington and Winn.
Smith, Davi i, Riohland, between Bull aid
Marion. Smith, Jeremiah, corner Barnwell
and Lumber. Stevens, Mrs E, Tobaeoo, be?
twoon Liucoln and Gatos. Stuart, Caroline,
Pendleton and Medium. Houle, Julien, Ri?
chardson, between Rlanding and Laurel.
Sims, Jas T, Laurel, between Bull and Piok
oiiH. Smith, Geo, Taylor, between Assembly
and Gatos. Btdf, John, extension ot Richard?
son street. Scott, Jas, estate, Richardson,
Tower, Eli, Richland. Roberts, Lumber and
Gist. Tozer, Richard, Lady, between Aasom
hly and Gatos.
Walbor, Thoa P, Rioh'and, botween Lincoln
and Gales. Wadlow, Wm. Oates, botween
Washington and Lady. Ward. Mrs M 8. es?
tate, Lumber, between Sumter and Marion.
Wingfield, Jaoob, Ulanding, between Winn
Mud Lauruna. Watkins, Mrs D B, D B Do
Saussure, agent, Washington, hetweou Bi
chardsou and Humtor.
Yates. Mrs M A, pendleton, botwoon Sumter
an I Richardson.
Notice is heroby given that elocutions
against tho real estate described iu tho pro
coding hst, to pay tho taxes, penalties and
assessment-? charged thereon, W>ll be sold at
public snot inn. on tho 15th ?lay o? November
1871, unless said taxes, assessments and po
nallies bo paid before that time, at my otlioo
City Hall. JOHN A. JACKSON.
Chief of Polico City ot Columbia.
ay omeo boors, 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
CONSIGNEES PBB YELLOW AND G BE EN
LINES, VIA CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND
AUGUSTA -RAILROAD, COLUMBIA, October
24 - Cooper tc T., L?rick & L., G. & A.
Oliver, Crowley & Co., J. C. Seegers,
Agoew & Soo, W. B. Stanley, Fagan
Bros., J. P. Love, C., C. & A. B. B"
Duncan & F., J. A. Lorrett, J. C. Gross,
W. H. Agnew, J. C. Hunter, W. J.
Duffie, J. H. Campbell, H.JMuller, E.
Hope, Geo. 8ymtners, W. Lt. Love ?
Co., Wm. MoGuinnis, W. H. Webb, A.
M. Bowers, A. Singleton & Co., B. D. .
Senn Sc Son, C. Jones, W. T. Tarrant,
J. C. Cantwell, W. H. B. & S., J. A.
Hudgins, Lester & Bro., E. G. Evans,
H. W. Price, A. A. Harris, J. B. W., A.
J. Stringer, A. P. Hubbard, W. F. Barr
A: Son. J. S. & Co., J. R. Smith, S. D.
West & Co., J. L. Mergano8, Hunter &
Jones, E. E. Jackson, A. S. Duncan, T.
Cry mes, Wheeler & M., J. Summers, L.
& A., M. Foot, Barnett & Co., Hendrix
& Bro., D. C. Peixotto & Son, J. B.
Yellenbry, B C. Shiver, J. N. Friok, H.
H. Baker, J. A. & W. H. Borkley, H.
Murks, J. Knox, A. Y. Lee, H. W. C.,
W. S. Jones, Breech, Son & Co., M.
Comerford, H. C. H., J. A. Hendrix,
Copeland & Co.
Seite on Account of United States Government.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & BON.
ON THURSDAY MORN INO, tho 2Cth instant,
at 10 o'clock, we will soil, at our anction
store, without ?eaerve, on account of the
United (States Government:
90 barr?la PORK.
12 Ibp. Flour. I
1.8U0 barrels Hard Bread.
Terms cash in United States currency.
Goods to bo removed immediately after sale.
Wagons, Jiuggies, Carriages, Carls, etc.
By H. L. DARR, Auctioneer.
LARGE aud positive Bale of WAGONS,
Bunion, Carriages, Carts, Express
Wagons, Seasoned Lumber of Oak, Ash,
Hickory, Cypress, Poplar, Pine and Walnut.
Harness, Cutting Knivas, Tools, .fcc , at the
Wagon and Carriage Shops, at corner of
Libert v and Sumter rtrcets, Sumter, S. C., on
MONDAY, November C, at ll o'clock A. M
TEBMS -Sams under $100, cash; over that
amount, t wei vu months for approved endorsed
notes, bearing Utterest at twelve per cent,
per annum. Out 19 tb2
United States of America,
SOUrH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
FomiTU CIBCDTT-IN EQUITT.
Abram Vau Buren and 8. Angelica, his wife,
it al., va. John Peter Brown, et ol.
BY virtue of an order of the Court in this
caso, I will offer for H alo. at public outcry
on the FIRST MONDAY in November, 1871. at
Columbia, at not Ieee than the appraised pricea.
below stated, thu fol'owiog parcels nf LAND:
All that PLANTATION, called "Big Lake,"
situate, lying and hoing in the County of
Richland, in said State, on the Congaree
hi vor, about eight miles below Columbia, con?
taining about two thousand one hundred and
seveutj acres, and appraised at twelve dollars
per acre. Said plantation bas been divided
into two tracts, or nearly equal quantity, by
tim road running through tho plantation from
tho main public road to the Congaree River,
and the tracte will be sold separately.
ALSO, , ?
All th*t PLANTATION, caUed "Shiver,"
binti iu same County and State, about eight?
een miles below Columbia, containing thirteen
hundred sores, more or lesa, and appraised
at t' u thousand dollars. ? ;
THUMS OF SALE.-One-fourth cash; balance
upon a credit of one, two and three, year-,
with the bouda of the purchasers, bearing in?
terest at the rate of neveu per cent., payable
annually, secured hy a mortgage of the landa.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
Said lande may be purouaaod at private sale,
on application to tho undersigned, atttamter,
S. C. J. 8. G. RICHARDSON,
Oct 3 t_Special Referee._
11FIE ANNIVERSARY SUPPER of BOARD
OP Tit Al) K U'.OB place TO-NIGHT, 25th
instant, at MCKENZIE'S SALOON. -
Tickets can bo bid of the Committee of
Arrangements-E Hope, E. W. 8eibels, Ja9.
Campbell, and tho Secretary and Treasunr,
John D. Caldwell._Oct 25
THE PALMETTO RESTAURANT,
Assembly Street, opposite Market,
S*\ IS now optn for the
>S?\Uar season, aud will furnish TS^?
^S?ST Ibu beat the mnrlr-'i ifflWr
afford. OYSTERS, F/SH and*^-D?.
(JAME HOI-veil in any style. The best of
WINES and LIQUORS oau bo had at tho bar.
Oct 25 Imo _D. Mc'lUINNlH. Prop'r.
IH AVK just received an invoice of SEED
BAULKY, which I offer for sale low. As
this is thu simson to plant for catting green
iu spring, parties in want wou d clo well to
secure it at once. P. CANTWELL,
Oct 25 1_Main street.
Dissolution of Go-partnership.
THE 0) partnership heretofore existing
between tho undersigned, under the
firm naru? "f M AYR ANT <fc HOWELL, is this
day dlarolv'd by mutual consent. The baal
UCnB of thu cOUCOi II will be wound up by RO?
BERT E. HOWELL, who is alone authorized
to arrange tho debts and rooeivo amounts
duo to said firm. J. S. G MAYRANT,
Out 25 wf4_R. E. B OW ELL.
Hams, Strips, ?o.
NEW USOANVASBED JJ AMS, weighing
from 7 to 12 pounds-very fine,
Sugar-cured bacon Strips,
Smofted Tongues and Salmon,
Deviled Ham and Tongue, French Mush?
rooms, Curry Powder, Lea & Perriu'a Worces?
tershire bauoe, Olwis and Olive Oil, Capera
assorted Sauces, Snioes, pore, in variety; Ex
traots-Barnett's, best made; Hootch Marma
lade, assented Jellies and Preserves, nov
Lay or Raisins, new Currant? and Prunes.
Liebi?'o Extract of Heat.
Nono genuino unless Baron Liebig's signs
tare is written acroua tho label; see that yoi
get it so.
LIVE INDIAN_Tins brand, of which w
havo exclusivo control, still holds ita own ?
the best at ita price. We make it a leadin.
article, and sell a eingle cigar at the sam
rato we sell by tho box.
Purtagus, Londres. Figaro, St. Elmo, Lor
Biron, and many other favorite brauda ?
are glad to abo* the pablio.
Cheese 1 Cheeto 1
Now York State DAIRY CHEE8E-cholo
Young Amorica Cheese- finest to bo foum
Pine-apple Cheese- "should be in every fi
mily;" Limburger Cheese-(bat caps the cl
All tho above anda thousand other luxnri
and noioseaiies can be found at all times
the etore of GEO. SYMMERS.