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COLL1EUY EXPLOSION-HEAVY GALES
CHOLERA DEATHS, AO., 40.
BEHLIN, November 16.-A Provincial
correspondent semi-officially says tue
retirement of Buest from the Obanoel
lorsbip of the Austriau Empire and the
Ministry of Foreigu Affaire, bus no
effect upon relations between Prussia
and Austria OH regards friondliuefs, which
CONSTANTINOPIJE, November 16 -380
obolera deaths last week.
LONDON, November 16.-Au explosion
occurred at the Wigan Colliery. Tbe
buildings rooked and the people rushed,
panicked* into tho streets. Fortunately,
the explosion ooonrred after the workiug
gang bad left. Ouly H?X were killed.
Cause of the explosion unknown.
Heavy gules o? the British coast.
Several casualties. No American vessel*
mentioned. The tNigra, from Cardiff
for Havana, is ashore in Bauatuble Buy.
She will be a total wreck, but the crow
will bO saved.
LAN DEN Q OP SPANISH ItEINTOHCKMENTS
DAMAGES B? THE . OTOIiONB - CHOLE11A
INORBAH INO -THE PU Ko ID KN T PREPARING
BIB MESSAGE, SO.', AO.
NAOTBTVXXIIIB, Noyember 15.-The Le
islaturo has appointed a committee to
investigate the turning over of 872,000
of State bond? by the Chancery Court
of Davison County to tho Attorney for
the State. The matter grown out of de?
linquent railroad oases. Three attorneys
ol at mi each $13,000. Chancellor East
would not allow the claims, but turned
over the bonds to them as custodians.
NEW. YOKE., November 16.-James
Fisk, Jr., is held in $3,000 bail to answer
the charge of attempting to iu'duoe H^len
Mansfield, a colored servant, to swear
Thirteen new cuses of choler* received
yesterday on the. hospital shtp Delaware. |
Ben. Wade's lecture elm wa t lint- Con?
gress is undoubtedly in favor of a high
tariff, and would be endorsed by the
popular will in the West. He favors the
renomination .and re-election of Cm ut.
and predicts great prosperity to the coun?
try. *. ..
Two counterfeiters and a sailor,
charged with mutiny, escaped from Lud?
low jail, last night, aided by outsiders.
The directors of the proposed viaduct
railroad have resigned, and the em?
ploy?es booti dis miet?ed.
A veasel in the offing, supposed to be
Russian, eilnnot make shore.
Tho first snow of the season fell to?
Details of tho high tide and storm
show heavy losses of property. Tho
lower portion of the city is washed.
Many buildings were blown down. A
schooner at Norwich, Conn., was de?
SAN FBAN?ISOO, November 16.-The
Japan bas arrived, with 9,565 packages
of tea and silk-some consigned to New
Orleans and Mexico. James Armstrong,
an American, died on tho passage.
WASHINGTON, November 16 -Pension
Agent Calhoun, of Philadelphia, is short
only a few thousand. Thu privilegu of
making up the amount und resigning has
been accorded him, but his tardiness
will make his early removal probable.
SANDY HOOK, November 16.-Tho
Grand Dake is uot on the Russian vessel
in the offing. She parted with the ves?
sel bearing tho Duke on the 6th of No?
vember, latitude 21, longitude 70.
HIGHLANDS, November 16.-A Russian
vessel is anchored outside the bur.
HAVANA, November 16. -The steam
ship Porto Rico has lauded reinforce?
ments from Spain at Santiago de Cuba.
PORTLAND. MB., November 16.-The
storm submerged the wharves.
LOUISVILLE, November 16.-A search
of Taylor's house shows that he han been
reoeiving stolen goods siuce the Chicago
fire. Several other negroes have been
arrested as implicated in thu murder of
the Park family. The danger of Lynch?
ing is past.
WASHINGTON, No vera' er 16.-The Prc
Bideut is working on his annual message.
Access is difficult.
Probabilities-The low pressure in the
Missouri Valley will probably move into
Iowa, with Easterly winds, increasing to
a gale by Friday night on Lake Michi?
gan, and by Friday morning on Lake
Superior; increasing Southerly winds,
with threatening weather, and possibly
rain, from Illinois to Louisiana West?
ward; clear and pleasant weather from
Michigan to Alabama, and in the South
Atlantic States; North-westerly winds,
back to Northerly, with diminishing
force and dearing up weather, in the
Middle and Eastern States. Dangerous
winds are not anticipated on the Atlantic
coast on Friday. Cautionary signals
will continue for this evening at Norfolk,
Cape May, Baltimore. New York and
PHILADELPHIA, November 16.-Tho
first snow of the season foil to-day.
Pension Agent Calhoun hus resigned.
He denies the defalcation.
MACON, GA., November 16.-There
was Ice and a killing frost, this morning,
all through this section.
PORTLAND, November 16-Tho roads
are washed and the bridges submerged
from Bangor to Boston. A train went
through a culvert. None were killed,
but several hort.
NEW YOIIK, November 16-Tho storm
siguals taken dowu at uoon were re?
placed at 2 o'clock.
Darwin's theory has led to tho extinc?
tion of ouo member of the human race.
A young mau drowned himself in Eng?
land, leaving a note, in which he stuted
that the Darwinian theory had "proved
men to be descended from monkeys,"
and, therefore, be did not wish to live
Financial and OomraewliU.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., November 17.-Sales
ol cotton, to-d?y, 62 bales-middliog
VONDON, November 16-Neon.-The
Book of England has reduced its rate of
interest to 4 per oent. Bnilion inoreased
JEoiO.OOO. Console 93%. Bonds 91%.
FtANKFORT, November 16.-Bo od?
LI7EIO?OOL, November 16-3 P. M.
Cotton opened firm-uplands 9)?; Or?
leans V%; sates 15,000 bales; speculation
and ?port 4,000.
LONDON, November 16-Evening.
ConsolA93^. Bonds 91%.
PARIS. November 16.-Rentes 56f. 60c. ,
LIVKRVOOII. November 16-Evening.- !
Cotton closed firm-uplands 9J,.'; Or?
7 P. M.A-Total futures of cotton 11,800
bales, ut the following quotutions: No?
vember lc}?; December 18%, 18 7-16,
18 5 16, 18%, 18>?;Jannary lb9-16, 18%,
18 iii, 18 11-16; February 18%, 18
11-16, 18 1316, 18%; March 19; April
1914, 19 5 10, 19%. Cotton firm; sales
2.519 balos-upluuda 18%; Orleans 18%.
Flour without material change-common
to fair extra 6 email@example.com; good to choice
7.65(p>9 25. Whiskey brm, at 94. Wheat
olnsed heavv-winter red Western 1 60(al
1 63. Corn closed lower, at 78@79. Rico
firm, at 8@8l?. Pork steady, at 13.00@
14 00. Lard heavy-kettle 9,%<ajl0.
Freights uotiver and tinner. Money
e?8y, at 5(<i6. DiscouutB 8@12. Ster?
ling s?ronger, at 9%. Gold heavy, ut
lUsO^llK- Governments not very ac?
tive, at .Mi(?>>?o advance-62s ll Li
Staten dull uuii heavy; Virginias steady;
Tennessees weaker on secoud call; uew
South Carolinas Bold un first call at 30;
second 29; but dosed at 30. Tennessees
67%; uew 67%. Virginios 59>4; new
ntl Louisianas 65; new 55; levees 60;
8i 75 Alabamas 98; 5s 65. Georgias
80; 7s 86. North Carolinas 38; now 19.
South Uiir.iliuuti 71lo ; new 29.
CINCINNATI, November 16 -Flour
steudy. Corn drooping. Pork quiet,
ut 12.75@1S.00. Lard lower, at 8%(o}
8J-Q Bacon steady - -shoulders 7%; Hides
bT. Louis, November 16.-Flour ad?
vanced 10(a>20o.-superfine winter 5.15
(a)5 20. Corn firm. Wniskey easier, at
8U(g89i?. Baggiug 17?.<(?118>?. Pork
order lois 18.75@14 ?JU. Shoulders 7%
(a>7%; Hides 8. Lard 8%.
AUGUSTA, November IC -Cotton in
fair demand and steady-middling 17}.?;
receipts 1,000 bales.
BALTIMOUB1) November 16.-Cotton
quiet-middling 18%(?l8V?; receipts
210 bales; sales 275; stock 5,431. Flour
active and firmer. WbWt quiet and
firm. Others unchanged.
SAVANNAH, November l\>-Cotton
in good demand, but solea litAned-mid?
dling 17%; receipts 3,932 tides; sules
1280; stock 59,075. V
MEMPHIS, November 16.-Cotton in
fair demand und steady-middling IT'
(3)17>?; receipts 1,339 bales.
GALVESTON, November 16 -Cottoi
firm-good ordinary 15}?i; receipts 820
biles; sales 1,000; stock 31,221.
WILMINGTON, November 16 -Cotton i
quiet-middling 17)^; receipts 293 bales;
sales 60; stock 416.
Cn AHLESTON, November 16.-Coll?n j
steudy-middling 17%; receipts 2,0691
bales; .sales 600; stock 2,626.
PHILADELPHIA, November 16.-Cuttou
MODILE, November 16.-Cottou dull
middling 17%; receipta 1,528 balea; sales
250; stock 32,443.
BOSTON, Nuverubor 16.-Cotton strong
-middliug 19>.<; receipts 2,260 bales;
sales 400; stock 7,000.
LOUISVILLE, November 16.-Bagging,
flour and corn unchanged. Provisions
und whiskey firm.
NEW ORLEANS, November 16.-Cotton
stroug--middling 18(n)l8%; receipts
4,023 bales; sules 6,000; stock 90,395.
Bacon quiet-shoulders and clear iib
8V4; clear 8j<. Lard dull and lower
tierce 9%(mil); keg 10>?(alll%. Coffee
inactive-lair held at lS(? IS1?; good
18%($19; prime 19%(?19%. " Others
OFFICIAI. RAFFLE Noratas Char:euion Cuan
table Association, for benefit Free School fund: I
RAFFLE CLASS NO' 2M - Morning, November l?
Witness my hand at Columbia, this Kith day
I or November, 1871. FENN TECK.
Nov 17 Sworn Commissioner.
MANUFACTUUINO ENTEIUHISE IN CHARLES
TON -Charleston is fast becoming a manu?
facturing as well as a commercial city. Tho
largest manufactory of doors, sashes, blinds,
&o.,iu tho Southern Statt-sis that nf Mr. 1*.
I'. TOALE, on Horlbeck'u Wharf, in that city,
salo* rooms at No. 20 Hastie street. Mr.
I'OALE'S advertisement app-ars bi another
column. Nov 21
HAVE YOU NKVKB HKARO 01 IT?-Then in?
quire at once at yonr grocer's for DOOLEY'S
CHEMICAL YEAST BAKINO RODDER, the only
Minci ly pure and harmless Raking Powder in
market, from which good, svreut, palatable
biscuits, rolls, oakes, or pastry can ho made
uniformly with the same success. This uni?
?lo has been steadily increasing in demand
and public favor, and stands to day tho nj<?-t
reliable Baking Powder iii nae. Ask your
grocer for DOOLEY'S YEABT POWUEII, and your
teat inion v to its practical worth will be added
to thousands of others. Nov 11 Ri
A POINTER SLUT, black and
/fi i, 35 White. Iuquiro at this office. A re
W<t.ro ??iii bo paid for lier recovery Nov 17 1
Canary Birds! Canary Biras!!
THIS is the last day that tho chanco
^??fnr obtaining fine CANARIES will be
>J&Fs ? flo red. All who wish to obtain ?neb,
fSBCHhoald oall to-day, at C. BRILL'S,
Nov 17 1* Washington street.
pr f\ JUSP received, titty bozos _
.J\J ol those lino Catawba, Se- >?^Eufab
11? ca Lake drapes; live pnund^KfBnK^'
b ui H Will CIOBO out at 50 cent? 'WMEMwi
por b IT. bv WT*Ww^*?
Nov 17 1_n. O PRIXOTTO ft tv i.s.
Splendid Priza Piano.
er$?T5???Ha THE BUbscriber oflbrB for sale
.pPffTnltbai magiiiileent PIANO which
J " lr u Uiook ih? Prim um at tim Into
Fair. It o n be serin, tugun er with instru?
ments of other makers, at bis residence, cor?
ner nf Rull aud Richland streets.
Nov 17 3 W. II. ORCHARD.
LINCOLN'S EMANCIPATION PBOCLAMA
TION.--A Washington letter-writer thea
ref er? to the j barring of the emancipa?
tion prcc!?.22atioo o? Lfi.?co?n:
"It is announced, that the original
copy of Lincoln's ' proclamation, ' by
which the people of the Son th were rob?
bed ot $?00,000,000 worth of property,
wu H consumed in the Chicago ?ro. It ia
further Btatod that this preci?os (loon
men t cost the people of Chicago $25,000.
Now, can any one tell how the people of
Cbioago got possession of an original
document, which belongs to the archives
of the Government, and who got the
ATTIT?DE OP NAPOLEON.-According
to tho Journel tie Paris, Napoleon III
considers himself as still the legitimate
sovereign of France; consequently ho
refuses to release from their oath of
fidelity the officers who have written to
him to ask whether they ought to place
themselves: at the disposal of the present
government. "Should a question arise,"
8iiys he, "bntween order and anarchy,
combat for the fermer; but ycu remain
bound hy your oath; until tho moment
that tho country shall have been directly
consulted, lum the legitimate sovereign."
This is ouly one of the many thousands
of cases of people trying to hold on to
positions for which they are not wanted.
COULDN'T SPELL IT.-A gentleman of
this city, Borne time ago, bad been deal?
ing iu chinquapins, and was about to got
overstocked. Ho concluded to inform
those bo wuB buying from that he could
not take any more from them, aud, ac?
cordingly ?ut down lo indite them a noto
to that effect. Ho got along very well
until ho carno to the word "chinquapin"
und here ho was stumped. He made
two or three efforts, but failed every time.
At liiBt a bright iden struck bim, uud be
wrote hi? note thus: "Please dou't Bend
me atty moro of these d-d things"
enclosing two chinquapins. Wo pre?
sume tho note was understood
-? ? ?
The Jewish Rabins of Fraukfort have
Bet on foot a project to briug together
tho descendants of the house of Israel,
and in Palestine n uew Jewish kingdom.
Several wealthy financiers have eugnged
to furnish means for the undertaking,
and letters of invitation have been ad?
dressed to prominent Jews in Germany
aud elsewhere. The organizers of the
movement interpret the passage of the
Bible, "Return to me, and I will return
to you," IIB an intimation that wheu the
Hebrew race are re-assembled in Judea,
their ancient glory and prosperity will
be restored to them. Whether the Sub?
lime Porte has beeu consulted, io not
Brandy is in disgrace at lost. For a
loug lime, it maiutaiued a sort of quasi
respectability, even in the opiniou of
temperance people, who all conceded to
it a in ed i rioal value. Now, however,
comes Hull's Journal of Health, denying
it even this credit. It asserts that recent
extendive experiments in England have
demonstrated it to be worthless as a
stimulant; that in a majority of cases,
wheu administered, it actually hastens
death. Many people will be sorry to
hear ?neb discouraging accounts of nu
old und esteemed friend.
Among th? Republican Stute Senators
elected in Now York is Websler Wagner,
the proprietor of the Pullman cars upou
tho Now York Central, whoso order is
that DO negro can have a berth io them.
Cnn it be possible that so dangerous an
iufraclion of the civil rights bill can be
permitted to pass without suspending
the huh^m corpus and declaring martial
law? We expect to hear from Grunt
PAPER VS. LEATIIEK.-Tho Queen of
Holland had curiosity enough rooeutly
to ascend and look into - the crater of
Minuit Vesuviue. She was carried up in
t Sedan chair, though. She footed the
bil), hut not tho mountain. There's no?
thing like leather, wo are told; but puper
(bunk paper) will go mach further, und
IB j ust us satisfactory to every soul.
"A girl of the period" comments thus
<>n Mormonism : "How absurd! four or
live wives for ono man, when tho fact is
each woman in theae times- ought lo have
four or five husbands It would take
abott that number to support me de?
"Indian Joe," a Piuto medicine-man,
welLtiown amoug the whites, waa atoned
to dint li by his tribe, having failed to
rest?te to health two sick Indians. The
practbe of medicine among Indians evi?
dently hus its unpleasant features.
A Massachusetts clergyman has re?
signed his pastorate and asked his dis?
charge-probably believing it to be high
time, after being presented by his con?
gregation with a burial lut.
Two carrier pigeons arrived in Mont?
clair, N. J., recently, from a distance of
1,004 und 1.500 miles. The first mudo
the jon moy ut tho rate of 196 mile:': au
hour and tho other 202 miles au hour.
The New Departure
REQUIRES now remedies. The now Blood
and hiver Pills aro now used for all dis?
orders nf ibo Liver aud Blood.
Ttiuso Pills sro all warranted to bu Vegeta?
ble and aro a substituto f'>r Calomel. Pur Bale
only at H KI? IT ?.H'S Drag Store.
ANOTHER wonderful di partero in scionco.
Nothing can surpass Ueinitsh's Queen's
Delight for Causer, syphilis, and all kindred
dirft&KOn; weakness in malo or female, young
or old. Tho wonderful cures aro attested to
by thousand*. Try tho Queen's Delight, if
vim desire to bo well Ker salo every ?hero.
Laboratory al ll BINI I'SIPS Drug Store.
Consumption ?rom Coughs aud Colds.
SPAN LE Y'S Great Cough Syrup cures
boughs and Colds with marvelous ct r
tmuy rbis i- a great medicine, and 1B wit h
in Hie renell of all. Only fit) cunts a hollie.
Ma e and tor sal? only bv HKIMTSH.
Nov 17 _ t
1 r BUSHELS CRANBERRIES, in fine nr
J.? der, for salo bv E. HOPE.
Honen ABRTVALS, November 16.
Ni?kere?n House-J. 8, Goth ran, Abbe?
ville; M. D. McLeod, Kock Hill; Thoo.
Steers, E. B. R. R.; T. P. Ly de, Jr.,
Darlington; T. N. Broughton, E. E.
DickHon, Clarendon; Mra. LaPoint,
Sumter; J. W. Harrison, A. Walker,
Anderson; G.O. Harrison, Cedar Rapids;
J. O. Lindsey, Duo Wost; J. L. Yoong,
Andersonville; F. B. Forward, Jr., Eng.;
R. D. Smart, Chester; G. Roddey, New
York; W. Johnston, Charlotte; B. W.
Swanny, L. L. Gu flin and sister, S. C.;
F. H. Gnou, Orangeburg; Misa Mary
GibbH, N. C. ; R. T. Hunter, Md. ; J. A.
Wellford, Va.; J. H. Sohriner, Jr.,
Charleston; Miss A. G. Brown, Guinden;
R. R. BridgcrB, N. C.; ii. F. Nowcomo,
Columbia Holcl-D. C. Wilbur, Beau?
fort; J. H. Averill, Summerville; W. C.
Latime.r, Abbeville; H. P. Adams, city; I
J. F. Hurling, J. L. Dow, Edgefleld;
Mrs. Egleston and childreu, Winnuboro;
W. D. Kennedy, Miss Brawley, Omaha;
P?. D. Brown, O. Smitb, N. C.; A. St.
Clair Abrahams aud wife, S. W. Wood,
N. Y. ; J. J. MoLuro, wifG aud daughter,
S. C. ; E. H. Brooks, Washington.
A Now York correspondent writes un?
der (lute of tho 10th instant: "About the
20th of this mouth there will be u con?
ference in Now York of as many leading
D?mocratie politicinns as can be got to?
gether from different sections of tho
country, to compare notes and take coun?
sel together witli reference to the pro
sent position nod futuro course of their
party, with particular rcferenco to con?
cert of action iu tho coming Presiden?
Tito New Albany (Indinna) Ledger, of
t'ne 3d instant, report? the mobbing of
on? Wilson, colored, for miscegenation
with ti white woman named Donahue.
The North Carolina mob which did ibo
sumo thiug on tho sumo provocation,
was hunted to jail, its crops destroyed,
and some of tho participants now lie ia
the Albany penitentiary.
State of South Carolina-Edgefield Co.
CO Ult T OF COMMON FLEAS.
|T>. L. Turner, Judge of Probate, plaintiff, vs.
M. N. Helft t in, JL>. \V. Yuungblood, adminis?
trators, et ut.
UM) l'-, u thu order of tim court, in thia caeo,
I will soil, on tho FIRST MONDAY in
December next, at Edgefleld Coui t Douse, to
tho highest bidder, at public outcry.
Ono tract of LAN D, situated in said County,
; on tho Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Hail
read, ono milo from Baleaville Depot,contain?
ing 800 aero?, moro or lees, bounded bv lauds
of John M. Norris, A. D. Batos, L. Vf. Young
blood, and others, on which Wade Uolstoiu,
deceased, resided at tho time of his death,
known as tho William H. Norris place.
This place basa fino Dwelling-house, a good
(i in-house, the necessary ont building H and
i other geo 1 improvements; and is, from its
favorable location and other ?ulvantages, ono
of tho most valuable in tho County.
TKHMS.-Cash sufiiciunl tu pay costs "and
one third o' purchase money; balance on a
credit of ono, two, throe and Tour years, pay?
able in equal annual instalments, with inte?
rest from dato, payable annually on the whole
amount till all bo paid, eocurod by bond of tho
purchaser and mortgage of the premises.
j. ii. MCDEVITT,
Nov 17 si 1.? H. E. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
WHEREAS hy au Act o? tho General
Assembly, approved December 21, 1870,
untitled "All Act to extend tho timo for of?
ficers to qualify," it waa provided that all of?
ficers elected at tho recent election ho, and
they are hereby, allowed until tho 15th day of [
January. 1871, to qualify and enter upon the
duties of their respective offices, and un fail?
ure tn qualify within tho specified t:me, their
respective nilices shall he declared vacant hy
And whereas WILLIAM T. THORN, eloctod
at tho general eh ction in October, 1870, as
.me of tho Count v Commissioners of Spartan
hurg, and DAVID FOULK, elected at the
general election in October, 1870, as one of 1
tho County Commissioners of Laurens Coun?
ty , have heretofore neglcctod to appear and
qualify to undertake and tullin the duties:
I, RORER 1' K SCOTT, Governor of the
Stato of Mouth Carolina, in concurrence with
said Act ot tho Legislature on this subject,
do hereby proclaim and announce the said of?
fice* of County Commissioners, of Spartau
burg and Laurens Couutios to ho vacaut
lu testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and caused tho Groat Soal of tho
Stato to be allix cd, at Columbia, this,
[b. s ]15th day of November A. D., 1871, and
in the ninety-sixth yoar of tho Inde?
pendence of the United States of Ame?
rica. RollERT K. SCOTT.
F. I?. CA H nozo. Secretary of Stato. Nov 17 1
ANTED, LAUGHERS to work upon tho
Columbia Canal. Applv to
S. A PEARCE, JU.,
Agent Columbia Water Power Company.
Nov 15 4
IAM now preparod to furnish fine NORFOLK
OYSTERS, iii any quantity, to towu or
I country customers, and will guarantee them
thu best that can he had, anti the cheapest in
thu market. JOHN D. BATEMAN,
Nov 15 (', At th? Columbia leo House.
The Best Beef,
i MUTTON. Pork and Sausages,
?can he obtained at Stalls3 and 5,
'or less uionoy than at anv other
place n> us. STARLING A POPE.
Nov 7 _f
\ LAUGE stock of fashionable
flight CARRIAGES. Prices low, at
W. Ki GREENFIELD'S
Carriage Repository, corner Assembly and
Lady streets. No
A STORE, on M ?in st root. Possession
i!"^. given immediately. Apply at this lillico.
Nov fi ^
IH vVK opened a NEWS and PERIODICAL
I* li POT at tin stand formerly ocunpiod by
Alonzo Heese, and will supply my customers
willi anything they may wish in HIV line.
Givomu a call. N. G. GIBSON.
Nov l l C
Book, Job and Newspaper
STEAM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
THE Proprietor of
tb? I'IKKNix has titted
up and thoroughly
furnished hie office
with latest improved
material for execution
of all kinds Printing.
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and Mechanics, supplied with any style work
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A largo stock
of Cards, Card
With tho LAROE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, tho style, quality and cost of
work cauuot fail to give satisfaction.
Orders from abroad will rocoivo IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded.
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HILLS, .fcc, Ac,
,'ond style, ..ither
Henrv W, Dixon, Administrator, de nenia non
of Wright Denley, os. Henry Gaughman, et
ux el ai.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, signed
by his Honor Judge H. W. Melton, on the
27th October, I will sell, before tho Court
Houae, in Columbia, on tho Drat MONDAY in
December, that woll-kuowu and valuable
PLANTATION, formerly owned hy Wright
Deuley, deceased, known aa Oreenfield. This
plantation compriaea about 1,600 acres, lying
on tho bluff Itoad. about ten miles below Co?
lumbia, and adjoina landa of Col. Tb "mas
Davis. On it is a larga mill, with ample water
power; out-hooaes, building*, gin, screw.
Tho Tract will bo sub-divided to suit pur?
chasers, and plate thereof exhibited on day of
sae, or bofore, upon application to the under?
signed, at bia ofhee in Columbia.
Also, 19G acrca of LAND, moro or less, 7
miles from Columbia, hounded by landa of
Mao, 30 aerea of LAND, more or less, 9
miles from Columbia, ou the South Carolina
Railroad, bouuded hy landa of Mrs. Yates
TF.UMH OF SALE-One-fourth cash; balanoe
in ono, two and threeyeara; interest annually
secured by bond and mortgage; purchaser te
ps.y for oeoeoBAty papera.
The entire property of Wright Denloy will
be aold, oxcopt the homestead exemption.
D. B. DBHAUSHURE,
Nov2 t_Special It'feree.
FIRST CLASS RIVER BOTTUM LAND
In a high and healthy part af the State
With Flour, Grist and Saw Milla, Cotton Oin
and Thresher, and a successful
stand for a Cuuutry Store.
WILL bo aold fur partition, to the highest
bidder, at Spartanhurg, S. C , on the
first MONDAY tu January, 187?-if not previ?
ously contracted no at private sale-the well
known PLANTATION CP CAMPO SELLA,
belonging to tho eatato of the late Maj. H. J.
Dean, oontaii ing 1,341 aerea.
It is situ?t- d on the great thoroughfare be?
tween Spartanhurg, H. C., and Asheville, N.
C., 17 miles North of Spartanhurg, aud 25
utiles North-west of Greenville and 5 miles
Tho place ia one of the most desirable in the
up cou ii tr*, being unsurpassed fur health,
and almost unequaled for the quantity and
quality of ita Reid Bottom to be ?u a healthy
locality, with good milla, bringing un imme?
diate and never failing return for the capital
invest? d, having 210 acres of beat H< id-Hot
tom in one body, within one fence, in a high
slate of cultivation, never having failed . ven
in seasons of greatest drought tobring a good
crop, while the laud ia couatantly improving
j ana the whole well ditched and drained.
' 100 acres of beat Creek Hot tum, fresh and
uncleared, 'ibo remainder of tbe tract is
well wooded, in original growth, and no green
timber has been cut on the placo in sixteen
There aro fivo settlements on the place,
enitable for tenants, and ample materials of
both wood and atone, aro in sight of the Haw
Mill. The Flour and Grist Mills are well
built, first story of stone-baa three seta of
Bolting Chests, three run of Mill Stones, and
make aa good dour as any made south of Bal*
timoro. They have been re-built, aa wi ll as
tba Saw Mill, wilhiu a lew yeara, and all have
a Kood run of custom. Tho near completion
of tho Air Line Railroad ? ill add to itu value.
Tho Milla will be contract, d for separately,
(aa alan thc laud, iu lota to auit purchasers,)
at private Bale.
TKHMS.-Cash ia preferred; but if moro con?
venient to pu rob asers, it will be sold for one
half cash--one-fourth io six mont hs, and one
fourth in twelve months, with interest from
day of sale, aud bond and mortgage rn secure
tbe payment of the aaiuu. Title indisputable.
Persona withing to examine the place will
bc directed at the Mill to Henry F King,
Esq., or Wm. J. Walden, oh thc place. Any
information desired can be obtained by apply?
ing personally a Spartanhurg O H., to Ed?
ward J. Dean, or Dr. C. E. Fleming; or by
letter to the Executrix.
MRS MARY OWEN DEAN,
Nov 2 th9 Lock Box 29, Spartanhurg. 8. C.
The State of South Carolina.
To TU K COM MISSION KUS ANO MANAOEUH OF ELEC?
TIONS FOU THE COT'STY OF CUAltLESTON
WHEREAS JAMES J. HARDY, who. at
the general election held in October,
187C, waa chosen a member of the House of
He present ativt-e tor the election district of
Charleston, to serve for two yeara, has this
day handed to me hi- resignation aa a mem?
ber of the said House; and whereas I he Con?
stitution of the State of South Carolina di?
rects that iu auch a case a wi it of i h ct ion
shall bo issued by the Speaker of the House
for the purpose of filling tho vacancy thus
occasioned, for the remaiudt r nf tin term tor
which tbe nu tuber ao resigning was elected
Now, therefore, you and oach of yon are
hereby required, after adv. rtisement, and
with regard to tho provisions of the Consti?
tution and laws of the Batd State touching
your dury in -nen cuse, to hold an election
for a member til thc House of Repies?nta
tivoa fur tho election district aforesaid, to
serve for thc remainder ot the term for which
the said James J. Hardy waa ehcted-the
polia to be opened at tho various places of
election in the said County, on MONDAY tho
27th day of November, A."D 1871, by the va?
rious aeta of managers for thime placea re?
spectively, and tho counting tit the volta cast
and tho declaration of tho result of tho elec?
tion to be in accordance wu h the providions
of tho 15lh, Kith. 17lh and 181h Sections of
au Act appro v. d March 1. 1870. entitled "An
Act providing for the general eloctiona, and
the manner of conducting the same."
Thin writ, togethir with a certified copy of
your return or thu electi >n to be held nuder
it, have before tho House of Representatives
at ita next meeting, aftor the election.
Witness, tho Honorable FRANKLIN J.
MOSES, Jr., Esquire, speakur. at Gida bia,
thia 14th day ul November, 1871 and in the
nitiety-aixih year ot thu sovereignty and in?
dependence ol Ute United Stales of America.
FRANKLIN J MOSES, Ja.,
Speaker of the Ibm-o ol lUvroaentaiives.
A. O. JONES, Clerk ul tho Houris ot lu pro
sentaiiv. s Nov ?7 4
GEO. T. JACKSON & CO, Proprietors.
WE have no Agents. Any ?Iderri sent di?
rect to the Milla will re?oive prompt alleutioil,
We guarantee every barrel of FLOUR Iresh
ground. In addition tn our dour, we grind
and koep constantly un hand fre-h M-AL,
GRIST and COW FEED N- v Pi 2mo
One Puncheon Lochtriiphead.
rHE beat SCOIOU WHISKEY. Dealers
can have it nearlv at coal
Nov 15 JOHN C SEEGERS.