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MADRID. October 14.-The Junta
hos seized tho Jesuits' property in
Spain, sud-abolished the order.
SAVANNAH, Ootober 14.-The
steamer San Salvador arrived this
morning, with tho remains of tho
Hon. Howell Cobb onboard. They
woro met by the Mayor aud Alder?
men, members of the bar and a large
concourse of citizens, and escorted
to tho Central Railroad Depot, where
a special, traiu.was waiting to convey
thom to Athens, Georgia. The flags
on tho shipping and in the city nro
at half mast.
NORFOLK, VA., October 14.-Tho
Commercial Convention organized
by the election of Hon. G. W. Bol?
ling, President, aud a number of
Vice-Presidouts and Secretaries.
Soveral committees were appointed.
2,500 persons were present, and
much iutorest felt.
WASHINGTON, October 14.-The
Provisional Government of Spaiu,
yesterday, by telegraph, recognized
Goni as the Spanish Minister nt
Washington, to the extent of direct?
ing him to communicate to this Go?
vernment their gratitude for their
prompt recognition. Seward ad?
dressed Minister Halo a telegram, as
follows: "Reciprocate, in tho Presi?
dent's name, tho salutations of the
Provisional Junta." The Govern?
ment tenders tho best wishes of the
United States for the ponce, prospe?
rity and happiness of Spain, nuder
present and definitive governments.
Internal revenue receipts J, to-dav
The Indian Commission concluded
its labors at Chicago yesterday.
R?solutions wore adopted favoring
the treatment of Indians ns if they
they wero citizeus, allowing them
tho same privileges and holding them
to the same penalties, and also that
the military should compel them to
settle on reservations.
WASHINGTON, October 14.-Strader,
(Demoorat,) has been elected from
the First District, in Ohio, by 200
In Indiana, the State ticket is close,
but Baller's election is conceded.
The Third Congressional District is
doubtful. Kerr and Niblack havo
been elected; tho rest of tho delega?
In Pennsylvania, the Press esti?
mates the Republican majority at
18,000. Muffet, (Democrat,) carries
the Third District by 150 majority ;
Covart, in tho Twenty-first District,
is probably defeated. Reading, (De?
mocrat,) carries the Fifth District.
The Democrats carry the city by a
majority ranging from 491 to 3,348.
City Council is largely Republican.
Returns from Nebraska indicate
2,000 Republican majority, with a
Legislature strongly Republican.
The following estimates aro made
up from the latest figures:
Randall, Democrat, majority 6,151;
Second-O'Neill. Republican, majo?
rity 3,449; Third-Moffatt, Democrat,
91; Fourth-Kelly, Republican,
2,798; Fifth-Reading, Democrat,
majority 400; Sixth-Strader, Demo?
crat; Seventh-Stowers, Republican;
1M?1IO Eighth will elect a Democrat ;
^^?&*h- Dickey, Republican; Teuth
Cokee*f Republican; Eleventh-Van
Anken, Democrat; Twelfth-Wood?
ward, Democrat; Thirteenth-Mor
cia, Republican; Fourteenth-Pack?
er, Republican; Fifteenth-Holdam,
Democrat; . .Sixteenth-Cessna, Re?
publican; Sevouteoutb-Morrell, Re
?>ub?ican ; Eighteenth-Armstrong,
lepublican ; ' ' Nineteenth-Scofield,
Twenty-secorid-Ncgley, Republican ;
Twenty-third-Phelps, Republican ;
Total Republicans 15; Democrats 8
a Democratic gain of two, with ono
trict-Niblack, Democrat; Second
Kerr, Demoorat; Third-Lomb, Re?
publican; Fourth-Julian, Republi?
can; Fifth--Coburn, Republican;
Sixth-Carter, Republican; Soven th
-North, Republican; Eighth-Pratt,
Republican; Ninth-Shanks, Repub?
lican; Ton th-Williams, Republican;
Total Republicans 9; Democrats 2.
trict-Strader, Democrat; Second
Stevenson, Republican; Third
Schenok, Republican; Fourth-Law?
rence, Republican; Fifth-Mungden,
Ljmoorat; Sixth-Smith, Republi?
can; Sevonth-Thomas, Demoorat;
Eighth-Beatty, Republican; Ninth
Democrat; Eleventh-Wilson, Re?
publican; Twelfth-Van Trump, De?
moorat; Thirteenth-Morgan, Demo?
crat; Fourteenth-Walker, Republi?
can; Fifteenth-Mooro, Republican;
Total Republicans 13; Democrats 6.
A Democratic gain of 8.
The Republicans, elect the ontiro
State ticket in Ohio, Indiana, Ne?
braska and Pennsylvania.
Counties show a Democratic gain of
nearly 7,000; unheard from forty
one. Tho Domoorats olaim tho
State by 1.500; Republicans 2,100.
Tho third district is still doubtful.
CLEVELAND, OHIO., October ll.
Democratic Congressmen have beon
eleoted from the first, fifth, ninth,
tenth, twelfth and thirteenth districts;
tho Republicans get the balance.
DAYTON, OHIO, October ll.
Sch cn ck beats Vail audio gb am COO.
Republicans estimate Pennsylvania
at 18,000 ; Ohio 22,000; Iudiaua
2,500; Nebraska 2,000.
FINANCIAL ANT> COMMERCIAL..
COLUMBIA. October 14:-Sales of
cotton to-day 70 bales-middlings
NEW YORK, October ll-Noon.
Flour 5@10c. lower. Wheat quiet
and steadier. Corn %@lc, lower.
Mess pork quiet. Cotton lower and
unsettled, nt 25V.<@26. Freights
quiet. Monoy e;isy. at G%. Gold 37.
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy, and }?o.
lower; sales 1,900 bales, at 25j?.
Flour-superfino G.G0@7; Southern
drooping; common to fair extra 8.G5
@9.25. Wheat quiet-amber Indiana
2.10. Corn dull-mixed Western
1.17. Mess pork firmer, closing nt
20. Lard dull. Whiskey quiet, at
BALTIMORE, October ll.-Bread
stuffs and grains unchanged.
CHARLESTON, October ll.-Cotton
dull and depressed, for tho want of
freight room; sales 150bales; receipts
AUGUSTA, October ll.-Cotton
opened quiet, nt 21; but closed no?
minally at -3'.J; sales 170 bales;
SAVANNAH, October ll-Cotton
dull-nominally 21; sales 2G2 bales;
MoniLE, October ll.-Cotton dull
aud prices nominal-no sales; re?
ceipts G80 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, October ll.-Cot?
ton in fair demand, at a decline
middlings 23?.(; sales 2,100 bales;
receipts 2,550. Gold 38,',.'. Sugar
steady and unchanged. Molasses
firm, at 35@50, by the cargo. Flour
dull-superfino in most request, ut
G.75. Corn 1.02?1.10. Mess pork
very firm, at 32. Bacon-shoulders
1314; clear 17 ??.
I ONDON, October ll-3 P. M.
Consols 04%. Bonds 74%.
LIVERPOOL, October 11-3 P. M.
LIVERPOOL, October ll-Eveuiug.
Cotton easier-uplands 103.j ; Orleuus
ll; sales 12,000 bales.
Tho Greensboro Patriot and Times
says t hat four families passed through
Greensboro on their way to Chatham
County, from Indiana, to which State
they had emigrated threo }*ears ago.
They Bay that hundreds more would
return if they had tho means to do
so. Stick to the old North State like
true tar heels, for she is worthy of all
her true children, and will yield as
rich a reward to well directed energy
as any other.
Gen. Getty, commanding the Dis?
trict of Now Mexico, is charged by
Gen. Sherman with tho duty of re?
claiming from peonage and slavery
tho Navajoo Indian women and chil?
dren in that Territory and Colorado,
who are said to bo held in bondage,
some of thom, it was stated in tho
debate in Congress, last session, by
United States army officers. The
order is issued in accordance with a
r?solution of Congress, approved last
A green-horn being about to be
married, resolved to make himself
perfect in the responses of service,
but by mistake got by heart tho
"office of baptism for riper years,"
so when asked in church, "Will
thou have this woman," etc., he
answered, "I renounce thom all."
The clorgymon said, "I think you
iro a fool," to which ho replied, "adi
this I steadfastly believe."
FIRE.-We regret to learn that the
itoro of Capt. George A. Andrews,
it Bradshaw's Mills, Rowan Co., N.
D., was destroyed by fire on the 8th
inst. Tho fire occurred at about 10
3'clock a. m., while the clerk was in
Salisbury nt the Seymour and Blair
neeting. Tho loss is partially co?
hered by insurance. Nothing was
?aved. - Charlotte Times.
Tho disadvantage of living in a
nock of houses identical in shapo
md style, was exemplified in London
.ecently. A tipsy Sergeant carne
lome, as ho supposed, to his houso,
bund tho door locked, got in at tho
vindow and into bod, only to bo
iwakened by female shrieks and to
JO given in charge as a burglar. Ho
iud entered next door.
The army of the United States,
tccordiug to the Register for 18G8,
sonsists of five artillery, ton cavalry
md forty-five infantry regiments,
vhjich, with the staff, compriso
19,938 enlisted men and 2,918 com
nissioned officers, the latter inolnd
ng one general, one lientenant-ge
loral, five major-generals and
Mail reports from India state that
1 shock of an earthquake was felt
pretty generally in the Punjaub on
mo morning ol the 20th of August,
it twenty-eignt minutes past 6
a'clook. At Lahore, Amritsar, Ja
Inndhar, Ambella and Simla the
mock was experienced, but nowhero
A loiter from Aroher, Alaobua
County, Florida, dated October 3d,
says tho caterpillar has ruined this
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AL olergyman in England, on a sal
ary of ?40 or $200, received a present
of ?2, and his official members hear
ing of it, claimed it as a part of tho
salary. We know of a similar case
in this country, where a benevolent
gentleman gave a minister $100 for
an extra service, and the people in?
sisted on ita going towards his little
At Dieppe, in Fiance, the follow?
ing notice has beeu issued by the
police: "The bathing police are ro
quosted, when a lady is in danger of
drowning, to seize her by the dress,
and not by thc hair, which often?
times remains in tho grasp. New?
fouudlaud dogs will govern them?
A mixturo called "butter com?
pound" is advertised in the New
York papers, a small quantity of
which, its proprietors saj-, will make
two pounds of excellent butter from
ono quart of milk! A "butter
powder" of like nature is also in the
"May I bo married, ma?" said a
pretty brouette of sixteen to her
mother. "What do you want to be
married fer?" returned her mother.
"Why, ma, you know that the chil?
dren have never seen anybody mar?
ried, and I thought it might please
OK THE BOEDER.-Napoleon re?
mains nt Biarritz, where he received
tho ex-Queen of Spain, and "defers
his return" to Paris. Iiis Majesty is
thus just at the fortress of San Se?
bastian. Nothing like having early
and reliable news, particularly iu
times of revolution.
A newspaper in Cleveland, having
advertised that they would send n
copy of their paper gratis for ont
year to the person sending them "ti
club of ten," received the ton spot ol
clubs from a young lady in thc
An exchange has the following: I'
is said there aro more editors un
married than any other class of pro
fessioual men. For the reason, wi
suppose, the majority of them an
uieu of fine sentiment, and do no
wish to starve anybody's sister.
Ono of the oldest Free Masons ii
the State of Rhode Island, Sir Knish
Samuel Greene, of Woonsocket, diet
at his homo on Thursday, in the 98tl
year of his ago. He ono was ono o
tho orignal members of St. John':
A difficulty occurred in Girran
County, Ky., ou Tuesday last, be
tweeu Samuel Merriam and two brc
thei's, James H. and Luther Mei
shorn, which resulted in the iustau
killing of James and the serion
wounding of Luther Mershom.
Senator Morgan and Represent?
ti ve Sohenck have decided that ther
shall bo no quorum present at th
meeting of Congress on the 15th ins
The two houses will accordingly b
adjourned until tho 10th of Noven
Tho Metropolitan Church i
Washington is to havo a sofa mail
of wood from Gethsemane, a pulp
of wood from tho Mount of Olive;
and its vestibule paved with til?
from Solomon's Temple.
A well known author hung up h
stocking in jest last Christmas Ev<
and his wife, very much in eames;
put a baby in it; whereupon tl
author said, "My dear, darn tin
A Fxench surgeon has invented
means of illuminating the inside, i
a man's stomach. If he could on
iudnce his apparatus into some pe
plo's heads, ho would beabenefucb
to tho race.
Tho preliminaries of a naturaliz
tiou treatv, similar to that recent
concluded between North Germar
and the United States, have bet
arranged between Lord Stanley ai
tho American Minister.
An Italian named Muratori has i
vented a kind of felt, made of veg
tablo substances, which is touj
enough to resist a rifle ball. He pr
poses to dress soldiers iu it for batt)
What is do difference betwc
editorial and matrimonial cxporienc
In the formor, the "devil" cries f
"copy;" in the latter, tho "copy" cri
like tho devil.
A company of seventy Germs
paraded New York tho other dr
none of whom had beard less thai
foot long. Tho captain's whiski
reached his knees.
"Great radical gains!" exclaimcc
pickpocket, on Monday night, as
transferred the contents of the poi
et of a Demoorat in the procession
A man dropped dead in a saloon
Richmond before ho had paid
bili, and tho proprietor rofuBed
give up the body mi til his r ela ti
had settled for what ho had eaten.
At a batch dor's dinner recent
ono crusty old wit gave as a ton
"Matrimony-the maiden's pm;
and the widow's might."
"Dog shoes," for protecting
feet of sporting dogs when cours:
on stubble fields, are proposed
; A colored man named James 1
biuBon and his whito wife commit
suioide, in Brooklyn, a day or (
Punch hints that magistrates mjj
give attention to light waight groo
as well as heavy weight prize-fight!
A Chicagoan attempted suicide in
the lake last ''Sunday! A friend res?
cued him, and, in doing so, tore the
suicider's pantaloons; whereupon ho
thrashed the friend for his careless?
According to Mr. Atkinson, of
Massachusetts, tho radical war cost
this country 81,000,000,000, or more
than four dollars per minute siuco the
birth of our Saviour.
Col. E. E. Withers writes to tho
Lynchburg BepttbUcan: "Everybody
hero thinks we ought to vote in the
Presidential election-au opinion in
which I fully concur."
A small house, in Sumter, belong?
ing to a man named Ford, was destroy?
ed by firo on the night of the 9th,
during tho absence of tho family.
A society of women has been form?
ed in Paris, who takes au oath never I
to wear a low neck dress, or embroi?
The fears of a European war have
abated. The Paris Presse, however,
says that the armories of France were
never busier than at present.
Goldsmith must have been think?
ing of the Grecian bend when he
wrote, "When lovelv woman stoops!
It is a mistake to suppose that the
sun is supported iu the skies by its
Heavy charge of the light brigade- -
Tribute of Respect.
At an extra meeting of tho Columbia j
Board < ? Trade, beldon Tuesdav evening, I
y ? * \
13th instant, the following preamble ami
resolutions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, hi thu dispensation ol an all- !
wiso Providence, our late friend, fellow- j
citizen, and brother-mombor, C. A. BF.
DELL, bas been stricken by the hand of |
death, and thereby taken trout amongst
Resolved, That in the death of C. A.
Bellell the city han lost uno of its most
energetic and enterprising merchants, the
community a law-abiding citizen, and this
Board a fast friend.
Resolved, That this Donni extend to lita
bereaved family their heart-felt svmpathy.
Resolved, That a blank page iu our re- !
cord book be dedieated to his memory.
Re.<olct-il, That a copy of this preamble
and these resolutions he furnished the !
widow of our late brother-member, and j
that the Secretary be instructed to have
them published in the Daily l'!t(r><i.r.
R. D. BENN,
.Secretary pro (em.
MASTER FERDINAND CARRI, thc
great musical prodigy of the South, assist?
ed by Ladies and Gentlemen of acknow?
ledge! ability, will givo a GRAND CON?
CERT, on the '21st instant, at Gregg's
Hall. Tickets can be obtained at the Dook
stores and McKenzie's Conf< ctioncry.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
FROM the Plantation of!
An hr. Hartin. September let,
i four head of CATTLE: First, a
??niall black Cow, with a little I
wliite on her llauks; second, a Steer of .
light red, with a ^hito blaze in the face; 1
third, a small Heifer, red, with black on !
her leg*; fourth, also a small Heifer, !
white, with spotted bides. A liberal re- '?
ward will bo paid for the said Cattle, or I
any information about them.
Richland District, eleven milos from ?Jo-1
hi ni bia. Oct IS 1*
N EW ATRIVATS .
LATEST STYLES OF
AND HORN JEWELRY,
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ?Sic.
Some more of those FIFTY CENTS
BOG WOOD SETS.
Call and see, at
I. SUEZ BACH ER'S,
Sign of the Green Specks,
Ma.n street, Columbia. S. C.
THERE will be a GRAND TOURNA?
MENT, at Greenvillo Conrt House, S.
C., on tho 22d instant. Invitations aro
hereby given to Young Gentlemen through?
out tho State to tutor tho list and contend
for tho prizes.
Four splendid prizes to bc given, with
tho privilogo of electing thc Queen of Lovo
and Boauty, and the Second, Third and
Fourth Maida of Honor.
Tho track will bo 150 yards, with three
rings fiftv yards apart-rings to bo two
and-a-half inches in diameter.
Each Knight will appear in costume, and
with a lanco nino feet in length.
The timo required, ten seconds.
Tilting to commence at 9 o'clock A. M.,
Coronation to take placo ou tho flold.
A band of music will bo in attendauco.
Gen. W. K. Easlcv, Gen. Mart. Gpry,
Col. T. E. Ware, Col. L. P. Miller.
Capt. L. William?, Col. B. H. Rutledge,
Gen. J. C. Winsmith.Col. D. Wyatt Aiken,
Gen. M. C. Butler, Maj. Franklin Coxe.
Dr. 8. S. Marshall, A. B. Vickers,
Dr. A. D. Hoke, W. T. Shumate,
Capt. Otis Mills, Dr. W. H. Davis.
Tho wholo to conclude with & grand
COSTUME BALL, at Swandale's Uah.
Knights wishing to enter tho list will
ploaso send in their names and the charac?
ter thoy wish to ropreaeut. to Mr. V. V.
MoBee, bet?re tho 20th instant. The pub
lio aro generally invited, and the Ladiet
especially, to witness tho Tournament. .
All communications should bo addresW&r
to Y. E. MoBEE.
Oct 15 th?
DR. THOMAS T. MOOEE,
OFFERS great inducement M to bis Pa?
tients, and tho puMic, in tho way of
GOOD WORK and VERY MODERATE
PRICE8. Teeth extracted without pain,
or any subsequent ill effects, by uso of
Nitrons Oxidier Laughing Gaa. Oftiuo on
Main street, over Gregg's China store.
RECEIVED TO-DAY, 100 bushels moro
of those fine Mountain APPLES, for
salo low at .
D. C. PE1XOTTO rfc SON'S,
Auctioneers ami Com. Merchants.
Meeting of Central Democratic
Club of Lexington,
THIS Club will meet at the Village, on
MONDAY, the 19th instant, lt id
honed that all the Clttha will bo represent?
ed, us matters of importance aro io bo
transacted. HENRY A. MEETZ,
Oct 14 President Central Club.
~ NEW BOOKS. "
mm: OPIUM HABIT, und sketches of
J_ Coleridge, DcQuiney, and other opium
About Woman, Love and Marriage, by
Saunders, author ot Salad for the Solitary.
A Strange story, by Bulwer. $1.00. j
Agassiz's Journey in Brazil, with plates.
Lit? in thc Argentine Republic in the
days ot the Tyrants, bv Horace Mann.
Barne? on the Psalms.
Cameos from English History, by Misa
Old Dower Hou&o, hy Annie Thomas.
And an assortment of new London and
American Hooks, for children, from 25
cents to $1.23. For sale at
Oct ll BRYAN A McCARTER S.
STATE OF SOUin CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, October o, 1SG3.
7b the Commissioners of Election,
IN accordance with an Act of tho Gent ral
Assembly, entitled "An Act providing
for the next ?enera! election and tho man?
ner of conducting tho sante," approved
tho 2Gth day of September, A. D. 13GS, you
are hereby notified and required to cause
an election to be held in your respectivo
Counties, on Tuesday, thu third day of
November next, for six persons as Electors
of President and vice-President of tho
United States; for four Representatives in
thc Congress of the United States, in their
respective Congressional Districts, and for
eight Solicitors for tho several Circuits in
the State, in their respective Circuits.
The names of tho persons voted for as
Electors of President and vice-President,
ehall be upon a separate ticket; and the
names of thu persons voted for as Repre?
sentatives in Congress and Solicitors, snail
be also upon a separate ticket.
The Inst Congressional District is com?
posed of the Counties of Lancaster. Ches?
terfield, Marlboro, Darlington, Marion,
Horn*, Georgetown, Williamsburg, Sum-!
ter, Clarendon and Kershaw. |
Tho Second Congressional District is
composed of tho Counties of Charleston,
Colleton, Beaufort and Barnwell.
The Third Congressional District is com
poe (1 of the Counties of Orangeburg, Lex?
ington. Richland, Newberry, Edgelield,
Abbeville and Anderson.
Tlie Fourth Congressional District ia
composed of the Counties of Oconce, Pick
ens, Greenville, Laurens, Spartanbnrg,
Union, York, Clieater and Fairfield.
Tho Solicitors shall be voted for in their
respective Circuits, as follows:
The Comities of Charleston and Orange
burg constitute the First Circuit.
The Counties of Edgelield, Barnwell,
Colleton and Beaufort constitute the Se?
Tho Counties of Sumter, Clarendon,
Williamsburg, Georgetown and Horry con?
stitute tho Third Circuit.
The Counties of Chesterfield, Marlboro,
Marion, Darlington and Fairfield, consti?
tute tho Fourth Circuit
Tho Counties of Kershaw, Richland,
Newberry and Loxiugton constitute the
The Count ie*- of Chester, Lancaster,
York and Union constitute the Sixth Cir?
The Counties of Abbeville, Laurens and
Spaitanburg constitute the Seventh Cir?
Tho Counties of Greenville, Anderson,
Oconee and Pickens constitute the Eighth
Now, therefore, you and each of you, are
hereby required, after duo publication and
with Strict regard to tho provision of
tho Constitution and of tho laws of the
State, touching your duty in such case, to
cause such elections to bo held in your
respective Counties, on tho day aforesaid,
and to t?ko all tho necessary Btopa for tho
holding of such elections, and for tho as?
certaining and determining tho persons
who shall havo been duly elected thereat.
Given under my hand and tho seal of tho
State, in tho city of Columbia, this 0th
day of October, In tho year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and sixty
eight, and in tho ninety-third year of
tho Independence of tho United States
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CABDOZO, Secretary of State.
The Charleston Courier, Abbevillo Ban?
ner, Anderson Intelligence!', Barnwell Sen?
tinel, Bonncttsvillo .Journal, Camdon Jour?
nal, Cheraw Advertiser. Chester Standard,
Horry Sentinel, Darlington Southerner,
Edgerlcld .?hltcrfhtcr, Georgetown Times,
Greenville Monntaineei', Kingstreo Sra?-,
LaureiiBvilln Herald, Lancaster ledger,
Clarendon Eanncr, Marion Star, Newberry
Herald, Orangcbnrg News, Keoweo Cou?
rier, Pendleton Gazette, bnartanbnrg A'x
press, Sumter Watchman. Unionvillo Times.
Fairfield Herald, Yorkville inquirer, will
please publish the above proclamation
once, and Bend copy and bill to tho office
of Secretary of State._
X^XTRA SMOKED TONGUES,
Jil Extra Smoked Beef, bagged,
?ow counsn, irlsn rotatoe*. White
Beans, new 8almon. Lobster. Clams, in
cans; gonuinoEnglish Ale and Porter, with
a variety of Shelf Goods. Jnst received and
forVale bv C. H. BALDWIN * CO.
. Oot 10 '
Inrportant 8a?e-The Well Selected
Stock and Easiness of the late
G. A. Bedell, Colombia, S C
JACOB LEVIN, ArcTioxEEn.
BY ordor of tho Judge of Probato for
Ilichland County, will bo bold, ou thc
premises, corner of Main and Plain
streets, Columbia, 8. C., on THURS?
DAY, tho 15th instant, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
the largo and well assorted stock of DRY
GOODS, belonging to tho estate of tho late
C. A. Bedell, together with the 8TOBE
FURNITURE and FIXTURES, HOUSE?
HOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE, 4c.
Tho stock of Goods, Storo Furniture
and Fixtures will be SOLD IN ONE LOT,
and the Storo House rontcd on reasonablo
torui8 to the purchaser, provided a bid bo
offered amounting to tho appraised value.
Tho Inventory and Appraisement Rill mav
be examined, at the nineo of Messrs.
MELTON &, MELTON, Attornevs at Law,
where the terms of salocan be ascertained.
This establishment is most advantage?
ously localed, in tho contre of business,
is admirably arranged and thoroughly fur?
nished, and offers the attractive induce?
ments of tho largest and most profitable
Drv Goods tracie in the city.
E. Wi BANCROFT,
Oct 8 Administrator.
OS" Tho Charleston Courier, and tho
Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, will please
Eublish three times, daily, and forward
illa to thiB office._
In the District Court of the United
States, for the District of South
In tho matter of John R. Shulor, Bank?
BY virtue of an order obtained from
George S. Bryan, Judge of tho Dis
I trict Court of tho United States, for the
District of South Carolina, I will sell, on
tho FIRST MONDAY in November next, at
tho resideuco of said bankrupt, in Lexing?
ton District, all his real and personal es?
tate, consisting of some very fine LANDS,
plats of which may bo soon at my office,
and will be exhibited on day of salo".
TERMS OK SALK.-Cash, in United States
curreucv. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. HENRY A. MEETZ,
Oct 10 X_ Assignee.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Wm. M. Myers vs. Franklin Myers et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal ordor, in the
above stated case, I will sell, before tho
Court House, at Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in November next,
That celebrated PLANTATION, known
as the "Fort Marion Plantation," about 12
miles below the city of Columbia, on the
Blutt* Road, containing 3,000 acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of Wright Den?
ley, William Hopkins, John J. Chappell,
Thomas Davis, and estate cf John Single?
ton, deceased; tho said Plantation being
contiguous to the waters of "Goose Pond,
Roundabout Lake, Raiford'a Crook, Ac.
On tho premises is a fine Brick Mansion,
with all necessary out-buildings, and
cabins for laborers." If desired, tho pro?
perty could be sold in tracts, to suit pur?
TERMS-One-fourth cash; balance on a
credit of ono, two and three years; interest
semi-annually from day of salo, secured by
bond ano mortgage of premises sold. Pur?
chasers to nav for papers, stamps, &c.
D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Oct ll mth8 C. E. R. D.
Amelia D. Kinsler tt al. vs. Edward and
Henry O. Kinsler.
IN pursuance of the decretal order, in
the above stated case, I will soil, before
tho Court House, iu Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in Novembor,
All that square of LAND, (four acres,)
situated in tho city of Columbia, bounded
on North by Lumber street, East by
Wayne street". South by Richland street,
West by Pulaski street. This is ono of tho
most desirably located lots iu tho city.
The property will bu sold in aero lots.
BBTKUMS-One-fifth cash; balauco on a
credit of one, two, three and four years,
secured by bond, with approved personal
security; interest from date, payable an
nuallv. Purchasers to pay for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE.
Oct ll mth8_C. E. R. D.
P. A. Tradewell vs. M. E. Boatwright et al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, ia
the above stated case, I will soU, before
the Court House, in Columbia, ou the
FIRST MONDAY in Novembor next,
All that lot of LAND, ia tho city of Colum?
bia, containing one-half acre, boutided on
I North by Laurcl'street, East by lot of H. P.
Degraar, of Now York, Spu^h by lot No. 2,
hereinafter doscribed, Weat by BuU street.
On the promises is. a largo and commo?
dious residence and out-houses.
At same time;-Jet;No? 2, bounded on
North by lot No. 1, on tW South by lot ot
estate of C. R. Bryce, East by Dr. Howe,
.West by Bull etioet, contaiufpge half acre,
On tho premisoa ia a largo residence anc
Tottis OK SALE-JCash enough to paj
costs and expenses of suit and taxes due
balance in one and two years, "and per
sonal socturitj and mortgage of tho prc
mises sold. Purchitsors to pay f?r>T>apcrs
stamps, 4o. .-, ? D. B. Dr.SAUSSURE,
Oct ll mtl?8 _ C. g. R. D._
CHOICE GOODsf ~
BARRELS Now York .Mflfc
ftrrSras. C. PIG HAMS, <WHH
Vam I Barrels Now York S. O.ffJbdi
UyeakfaBt Bacon, "^^Vr
Firkins Goshen Buttor,
Boxes Faotory and Dairy Cheoeo, .
Now Bay Maokerel, in barrels and kits
Fresh Crackers-a variety,
Frosh Teas and Coffeos,
With a largo stock of Merchandize;
just rocoived, by J,.'- . ? ?
Oct 10 C. H. BALDWIN St CO.
Union District-"In Equity.
Louisa F. Worthy et. al. vs. G. D. Poak?
Exocutor, et. al. Bill to Marshal Aasett
PUR8?ANT to a decretal order of Hi
Honor Chancellor Carroll, in th
abovo atatod case, the creditors of THO?
BOWKER, deceased, lato of Union District
S. C., are requirod to present and estftb
lish their claims befaro mo, on or befor
tho 1st day of JANUARY next.
WM. MUNRO, C. E. U. D.
Union C. H., 8. C., Sept 20, 18C8.
Union District-In Equity.
Henrietta Kaiser tl. al. vs. Julius Kais<
et. al- Bill for Partition.
PURSUANT to a decretal ordor of H
Honor Chancellor Johnson, in tl
abovo stated case, tho creditors of Ol
KAISER, decoasod, and of tho firm of Cl
Kaiser St Son, late of Uuionville, 9. C., ai
inquired to present and estabusli moir d<
mands before me, on or before the let da
of JANUARY next.
WM. MUNRO, C. E. U. D.
Union C. H., 8. C., Sept. 20, 1868.
October 1 th3m