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: PABitfpOdtbb?i^O.^Tue official jour
i^\?f:^0l6iU^ppB|[(iT?^ declares thal
Burn?ido lino ho mission from thu Prus?
sian authorities; that when he visit?e!
Peris ho was au officious agent,
tf??rt??,.October 20.?-M. Dubost, riele
t';, from the Paris Government tr
^Cjfbp/rapded. in a balloou at Bo
' yesterday, brings news of anothei
engagement near Paria. It began iu tin
. v t?ojniog afc, Hantes Brujees aud lastet
tji?e? hours, and was resumed iu th*
ovoning, and . terminated after thrci
'hours' mor?'fighting. The Prussians
Nvhq attacked in both actions, were re
pint??d . with heavy loss. Despatchei
. 1 IfCim.iBpcr?y^ tho abovi
-^yP^ teliigenco, give no dates of t li'
^^UK, October 21.-The Staats Au
fi?m.^dye.rypea .6,500,000 thalers loan
^fry.'per. cent.,, payable in six months
?MyS.SO om?ebi were killed at Straa
bUfg; j^.M ? Verdun, ns at Paris, t h
French aro squandering ammunition b;
. ' lidj?ii&i?,:October 2l.-The specio hn
- -d^?ed ^26,000. sterling,
j \) Lt'instated that .tho United States Gc
!vern'ment :has ordered Burnside, Sher
dan* ??dt! Fotty?b? to return to Loiido
.jpM^ft^:/,;^a''i.Gia??fl de Cologm
vkhibb OTukoa-the- statement, says, owin
to-th ? suggestion s of these gentlemen t
^ashtm'rne," which have been so ene
ig??^ji^^?s tje'en compelled to detuau
reparationfor frequent arrests of Ami
noahs as spies.
FLQBBN/JB^.Qctpber 21.- Mazzini hi
beii?iji>rdered tQ-iemnin at Leghox^g
Si LONPON? O?tober 2L-^A bjMHii
inga sail and the oorpse jflHB Hv<
piotod up off Junes HaveJH Ht
? A ohiidr states that tho CuJOT^Ho;
Kew York, at 10 o'clock, at night, struc
- ;^U}ih^aboi.Tsi?nd and iras made a tot
rare ak. ; Faur .boats left the steamer, bi
SKef^f?te- is -unknown. Tho sailor r
. ports, that tris boat was upset, andi
;??tj ftir^elf drbyyhed.
violent, storm passed over the se
of war around Paris last night.
. American A mt irs.
\ . 'G^QRgAE(rowy,. October; 20.-At ll
m.,> a ?hock of anc^j?uake was iel
, It ' was ,V(&ry, brie^fl
' SttLMA, Octojfl *kui- ^' Turne
(colored,)' cahdlB Hue Bepublici
party in this !I^H Br Cougress,
making a vigorqulPrviWi^?^lhebroi
. platform, of .universal amuestyTTB?^i-t
snfjfr'ag? and Universal repudiutiou of t
wat debt. Ijj
. NEW ORLEANS, October 20.-Yell?
farer .deaths seven. The thermomel
fell,to twenty-five degrees iu twel
hours. Bain yesterday. Mercury tl
morning, fifty-six. "Wind blowing hi
a gale from the North,
i WASHINGTON. October 20.-The Boo
pf Trade of this city, by invitation
. .Ghan. A^ J? Myer,, chief sigual offioer of t
army, held a meeting aud appointee
permanent committee to co-operate wi
him iu giving full effect to the pro visit:
.of, tho recent Act of Congress, providi
for giving, notice of the approach a
force of storms. .......
" ' 'St. Louis, October 20.-The first p
sanger train that ever crossed the Mis:
sippi below St. Louis was transfer?
last.evening from Belmont, Missouri,
Columbus. Tho train contained proi
nont citizens invited to the State Fair
Atlanta, Ga., and the Cotton States F
at Augusta, Ga. . At tho latter place :
track will be laid to the fair groun
and, ibo. train will be exhibited at
fair.'- ? This enterprise inaugurates
regular passenger traffic between
i Louis and all points South, without
lavs or change of cars.
.PHILADELPHIA , October 20.-A he
rain all day. At the time the earthqu
was passing through the Eastern Sta
. ^;3^)naVk^^y dense, black cloud res
b.Vetltbia. city, and at 11:15 rain fel
ii ''? PROVIDENCE, October 20.-Prim
ballots indicate that Jouckes will 1
tho nomination for Congress.
P??GHi.E?PsiE, October 20.-A sh
of; earthquake at Bondout, this morni
shook .the houses to their foundat
and sent the people staggering about
PORTLAND, October 20.-About
feat of the bed of the Ogdonsburg I
road, across Otter creek, in Stan?
. County, settled ten feet during
ITHIOA, October 20.-Atll o'clock
morning there was a remarkable si
of earthquake, or three shocks, the lt
est lasting a quarter of a minute,
people fled from their houses.
ALBANY, October 20.-The earthqi
had m ai ked vibrations. A ru ml
noise was heard during the shock,
mercury in tho registering baron
was violon tl j agitated.
WASHINGTON, October 21.-Morl
friends say he declines tho missio
NEW YORK, October 21.-The Be
Hean split has been consummated b;
exclusion of those under Collector
oby's leadership from the regular i
ing. The Murphyitos held a sep
meeting and resolved to support
candidates of the independent D
orats for local office, and request ]
ral interference by force if neoossar,
election day. Tammany Hull wai
nounced for opposition to Congress
laws. The regular meeting did no
but discuss a resolution urging
State Central Committee to great*.
forts. This was regarded by some
rumora o? peace negotiations a
r?saiog with Bazaine, Tho pinn in-1
tho en tb r o u e ra en t of the Prin oe j
erial, with Bazaine aa regent. Ba
zuiuo'a army, with ibo Sedan,prisoners,
is ts march on Paria, to enforce the
CINCINNATI, October 21.--Tho earth?
quake shook was very sensible here and
caused great alarm. A large assembly
witnessed the practical operation of the
California steam plow and rendered a
vcrdiot in favor of its adaptability to the
West and South.
NEW TonK, October 21.-Tho World's
special, from Loudon, says 20,000 people
marched into the palace yard and
organized a meeting in sympathy with
Bepublicau Franco. The speakers do
nounced King William. Allusions to
Bright's apathy were received with eries
of "shame." Tho Gladstone Govern?
ment was bitterly reproached for tho
?bst i nut ion resolutions; denuuul the
abolition of pensions to German Princes,
and declare that the sooner Kings and
Queens are abolished the better.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 21.-Tho
block bounded by Markot, Mission, Fre?
mont and Beale streets, was burned to?
day. Loss $1,000,000.
WASHINGTON, October 21.-Graut pro?
claims tho. 21th proximo as a day of
General Capron aud J. R. Dodge, sta?
tisticians of the Agricultural Department,
visit the Augusta Fair.
Senator Cameron was struck with np
poplexy, at Baltimore, and was sent borne
in a special car.
Tho Democratic Congressional Com?
mittee issued an address congratulatory
to the party on successes in the recent
elections, and urgiug Democrats to re?
Tho Agricultural Department issues a
circular which gives an inarease to the
ootton crop, and says: The crop this
year Will exceed 8,500,000 bales; but
the indications of the season, thus far,
reports probabilities of a favorable
I autumn for maturing and pioking. The
top crop does not prognosticate a return
J of the remarkably favorable experience
of the past season. In 18G9, discourage?
ments and drawbacks appeared with the
plant in the spring and gradually disap?
peared. This season is culminating iu
almost unexampled favor with exemp?
tion from destroying frosts, blighting
rains, insects and disease. The present
crop was vigorous in early growth, run?
ning to weed rather than boll, and then
burued with drought in August, and
subsequently flooded with rain iu Sep?
The boll worm and army worm have
been at work in places, and rust is moro
or less prevalent in all cotton States.
The opening of later bolls is unusually
woll-advanocd in most plaoes, aud the
last picking promises to be light. These
indications, instead of poiutiug to nu
increase of a third of a million bales,
render it probable that the present crop
will bo no larger tbnn the last, and if
the remainder of thc season should be
very unpropitious, a-, reduotiou of a
quarter of a million bales might result.
Another month or two will determino
whether the present crop shall be limited
to 3.000,000 bales, or rise to 3,500,000,
1 as expected in the season. The promise
of an average crop upon the present
area iu oultivation has reduced the price
to fifteen cents per pound, or to the very
verge of profitable cultivation, and cor?
respondents are already reporting the
ruiu of planters who grow cotton exclu
lively aud buy all agricultural supplies.
NEW ORLEANS, October 21.-Captain
Henry, of the steamer Mississippi, re?
ports passing eleven wrecks from morn?
ing to evening, on the Florida coast.
That coast, for fifty miles, is strewn with
j general debris of merchandize and
wrecks. Several articles found aro indi?
cations of disaster to the schooner
Deaths from yellow fever, yesterday,
GALVESTON, October 21.-A negro
killed a German servant girl and at?
tempted to shoot her daughter. The
coroner's inquest shows no provocation
for the deed.
SAVANNAH, October 21.-Tho brig
Threo Sisters has been abandoned at sea.
I The crew were saved.
ATLANTA, October 21.-30,000 persons
attended the fair to-day.
Governor Bullock is charged with
using the name of tho State Treasurer on
$1,225,000 worth of bonds without his
Q/^i^ LBS. choice SMOKED BEEF, for
0 VJ VJ Balo bv EDWARD HOPE
1 PC f\f\i~\ YARDS heavy and medium
lO.UUU COTTON BAGGING, for
aale by E. HOPE.
A WET NURSE, alao a
iL WASHER and IRONER.
W. 8. POPE.
California Seed Oats.
BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
SEED OATS, for Bale by
TH?Tdosirable BRICK STORE, on Main
street, formerly occupied by Mr. H
'Hiorichaon, nearly oppoaito tho PUONIX
I office Apply on tho promises._Oct 10
State of South Carolina-Richland Co
Susan P. Gibbes, et al., vs. Anna M. Guignard
and Jamos S. Guignard, Administrator, et ai.
IN compliance with tho deoretal ordor in tho
above stated oaso, the creditors of tho late
Jamos Sanders Guignard ara hereby notified
that they are required to present and establish
by proof their respective demands against his
estate, on or before the 1st of NOVEMBER
next, before me, at my office in Columbia
South Carolina. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Sept 8 t Speoird Rofereo.
j.*? Mfr Y?BS, Ootober 21-Noon.-Floor
p M Armor, Wheat lo. bottor. Corn
quiet on? unchanged. Cotton qniet and
iftratf?itiptand8 46;, Orlearm ?&>?;.< Bales
li800 bdlda. Froights firm. Stocks
heavy. Money 5@6. Sterling-long
8%; short 9^. Gold 12>?. 62*a 18.
7 P. M.-Ootton very strong-Bales
70,000 bales; uplands 16??. Floor quiet
and firm-soper 5.30(5)5.50. Wheat in
moderate export demand-winter red
and amber Western email@example.com. Oom
dull and heavy, at 82>^@83^. Beef
quiet. Pork heavy, at 26.00. Lard on
changed. Whiskey dull, at 94)?@95.
Groceries quiet. Freights firm-ootton
7-16tAi?; sail Money 5@6.
Sterling unsettled, at 8%@8%. Go?
vernments steady, 62's 12%; Southern's
firm and small business.
BALTIMORE, October 21.-Flour un
olmnged. Wheat steady. Pork firm, at
27.00. Bacon scarce-shoulders 15. I
Whiskey 95(3)96. Corn dull and irregu-1
lor-whito 70@79; yellow 75?73. Cot?
ton firmer and held high-middlings
15%; stock 5,037.
ST. LOUIS, Ootober 21.-Flour un?
changed. Corn firmer-mixed 55. Whis?
key steady, at 89. Tobacco and bagging
steady. Pork Ormer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bacon scarce and higher-shoulders
13%; clear sides 19@20.
LOUISVILLE, October 21.-Bagging
29>2@30. Flour firm and unchanged.
Provisions quiet. Pork 26.00. Clear
sides 19. Lard 16. Whiskey 87@88.
GALVESTON, Ootober 21.-Cotton dull
and nominal-good ordinary 13; sales of
the week 1,350 bales; stock, 7,449.
CINCINNATI, October 21.-Flour qniet
and unchanged. Corn firm and scarce
new 4S@50. Pork-demand light, at
26.00. Lard 16. Bacon firm and scarce
-shoulders 14/4 ; clear sides 19>?. Whis?
NEW ORLEANS, Ootober 22.-Cotton
held higher-middling 15J>?(a}15L?; sales
1,800 bales; receipts 5,952; stock 58,139.
MOBILE, October 21.-Cotton firm
middlings 14%; sales of the week 5,000
SAVANNAH, Ootober 21.-Cotton sales
to-day 1,000 bales; receipts 3,196; stock
48,398. . . ? J
AUGUSTA, October 21.-Cotton active
and firmer-sales 1,134 bales; receipts
1,080; middlings 14>?. \
CHARLESTON, Ootober 21.-Sales of
ootton 500 bales; receipts 2,022; exports
coastwise- 637; stock'24,000; not receipts
of week 12,701.
LrvEnrooL,. Ootober 20-Evening.
Cotton closed quiet-nplauds 8%; Or?
leans 8%; sales 12,000 bales.
Jo. stix* Vigor,
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
?A dressing which
is at once agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for prcsorving tho
liair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original color,
with the gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick?
ened, falling hair checked, and bald
nuAS often, though not always, cured
hy its usc. Nothing can rostoro thc
hair whore the follicles are destroyed,
or tho glands atrophied and decayed.
But snell as remain can he saved for
usefulness hy this application. Instead
of fouling thc hair with a pasty sedi?
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent thc hair
norn turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances which
make sonic preparations dangerous, and
injurious to the hair, thc Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can bc found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nov dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lusts
long on thc hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS,
fly C. n.MIOT, Agent.
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
IIAV1NG oponed a Branch House in
i tho city of Columbia, offer for ealo tho
latest patented and host made STOVES;
Hbo most improved pattorns and regu?
lar sizes of all kinds of TIN-WARE, and
everything in thean particular lines, with
confidence of their merit.
QUTTERINO, ROOFING and all kinds of
job work dono with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all iU branches, ex?
ecuted. If you want Water carried to all
convenient points about your promises, we
will do your work at ouch pricos as will onablo
all to afford it.
Tho public are invited to call. Store in
Ehrlich ii Building, four doors below Bryce's
corner._Aug 18 f
IS hereby given to all whom it may concern,
that I have duly appointed and empow?
ered FREDERICK J. BROWN my Agent and
Attorney, and in my name to transact all
buainoss and conduct all settlements of tho
estate of JAMES BROWN, lato of Richland,
deceased. SELINA BROWN,
Quali?ed Executrix of Estate of James
Brown, deceased. Oct 0 +13
B?TTE rt, Nor tl
Go ur? try, $ ft?!
BACON, flams.. .37'
? Adamantine Ibl8@20
COTTON YABNI 30?1 40
COTTON,Strict Md.. 134
O o o il O rd ny.122
CHEESE, E.D.lb. 20@26
COFFEE, ?io, $}Ib20@'?5
Laguayra ... .24@2G
GBAIN, Corn i 80? 140
Peas'.1 60@2 00
HA?, Nortli, ??cwt.2 00
LIME, ty bbl. 2 C5@2 75
keg? 50@0 00
OmoNB.^buel 7?@2 00
?M ttOhi nory.. 7? 01 00
FKO??, Gold 'til ll)
POTAT'B, Irlsl 00@1 40
Sweet, bue 1 20@125
SnoT.^bag. 2 50@2G5
SALT, Liverp.2 20@2 40
SPIRITS, Alcobol,gl7 00
Brandy ..4 00@12 02
Gin.2 00@7 00
Rum.2 00@7 00
Whiskey.. .1S5@4 00
SUQAB, Crus & P10@17
STAUOH, $Ib... 9i@10
TEA, Green lbl 00(0215
Black, ....100@1 Kl
TOBACCO, Chw.C0@l 10
WINE, Oham.25@80 01
Port, $gal3 00@5 75
8horry_8 50@G GO
Madeira.. .2 50@5 80
LATEST QUOTATIONS OF SOU?'HEBN SE?
CURITIES IN CHARLESTON. S. C-Oorrected,
semi-weekly, by A. G. Kaufman, "Broker,
No. 25 Broad street-Ootober 21, 1870.
Hames of Securities, Hate In. Off'd Asked.
North Carolina, old_ 6 _ 48
N. Carolina, new. 6 - 27
South Carolina, old_ 6 _ 82
S. Caroliun, new. G _ 70
S. O. reg'd stock, es in. 6 .... 70
Georgia, old. 7 - 91
Georgia, new. 7 -. 93
Georgia. 6 - 88
Tennessee, old. 6 _. GO
Tennessee, new. 6 .... 58
Alabama.. 8 _ 98
Alabama. 5 _ 73
Atlanta, Ga., bonds.... 8 _. 86
Augusta, Ga., bonds... 7 _. 80
Charleston h to ck. 6 .... 18
Charl'n Fire Loan b'ds 7 _ 66
Columbia, S. C., bonds 6 _ 60
Columbus, Ga., bonds. 7 .... 80
Macon, Ga., bonds.... 7 ._ 78
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
< endorsed... 6 45 ....
*' uuendors'd.. 6 43 ....
Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 - 86
Wilmington, N. 0. 8 _ 72
Wilmington, N. C. 6 _ 60
Atlantic and Gulf. 7 _ 80
B. lt. R., 1st mortgage 7 _ 60
Ceutral Georgm. 7 _ 99
Charleston and Savan.. 6 .... GO
Charlotte, Col. Sc Aug.. 7 _ 85
Cheraw and Darlington 7 .... 82
Georgia Railroad. 7 _ 98
Greeu. & Col., 1st mor. 7 .... 85
Green. Sc C., State guar 7 .... 65
Memphis Sc Charlestou. 7 .... 86
j North-Eastern past duo 7 .... 87
North-Eastern, new.... 8 _ 87
Sav. Sc Char., 1st mort. 7 _ 78
Sav. & Char., State gua 7 ._ 69
South Carolina. 7 - 75
South Carolina. 6 _ 71
Spartauburgand Union 7 .... 55
! RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf. 100 _ 33
Central Ga., ex div_ 100 _110
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 _ 40
Georgia. 100 _102
Greeu. and Col. R. lt.. 20 _ 2}.<
Macon and Western... 100 .... 110
Memphis Sc Charleston. 25 - 9
North-eastern. 50 .... 13
Savannah & Charleston 100 - . 31
So. Ca., whole shares.. 100 _ 39
So. Ca., half shares... 125 - 40
fPeop'sN. B'k Charl'n,
capital $500,000. 100 103 ....
Jlst Nat. Bank Charl'n
capital ?400,000. 100 norn -
?S. C. Loan & Trust Co 100 100 -
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'a.
Bank of Charleston....- 100 _ 22
Union Bank 8. 0. 50 - 6>?
People's BaukSo. Ca.. 25 - 5
"Plan. & Mo. Bank S. C. 25 _ 2Jj?
Bank of Newberry. 25 - 3
Bank of Camden. 50 .
Char. M. & M. Co. 100 - norn
Wando M. & M. Co... 100 - norn
Charleston Gas Co_ 25 - 21
Charl'n City R.R.stock 50 - ?lj.i
GranitevilloMan. Co... 100 - 85
G. Sc C. R. cert, iudeb. 60
S. C. R. cort, iudobt's. par
N. E. R. R., cert, indebt. 55
City Charleston cer. in. 90 par.
City of Memphis coup. CO -
N. E. R. R. pref, stock. 40
S. itU. R. past duo coup. 50
ti. Sc C. R. past due coup. 60
Now York sight.)?off par
Gold. Ill 114
Silver. 103 ....
S. C. BANK BILLS.
"Bank of Cbarlestou.
*Bank of Newberry. ....
Bank of Camden. 35 ....
Bank Georgetown. lu ....
Bank of S. C. 10 ....
Bank of Chester. ll ....
Bank of Hamburg. G ....
Bank of the State of
S. C., prior to '61. 45 -
Bank of Stato of S. C.,
issue '61 and '62 . 32 ....
*P1. &Mcc. Bank Char'n.
?People's Bank Charl'n.
*S. W. R. R. Bank, old.
*S.W. R. R. Bank, new.
Stato Bank, Charleston .... 8 -
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. 1 -
Exchango Bank, Colum .... 5 ....
Cornel Bauk, of Colum_ 10 ....
Meroh. Bank of Cboraw .... 5 ....
Planter's Bank Fai rfleld_ 5 ....
S. C.|bills receivable. 90 ....
Charleston ohange bills. 95 ....
~~fLess Stock dividend of 20 per cent,
and cash dividend of 6 per cont.
jLess cash dividend of 6 per cont.
gLetw cftsb dividend of 6 Der cent.
?Qr- Bills 'marked ?hus (*) are being
redeemed at tho bank connters of each.
TUST recelveWlbY??ll??o?the season-,.
O fine and fresh.
' Fish and Flesh.
PICKLED SH?DTN?. 1'
MACKEREL, Nos. i, 2 and 3,
100 boxcB Bcalod HERRINGS,
Fullon Market Beef,
Extra Sugar-cared Hams,
" " Bacon Strips.
For sale by GEO. BYMMER8.
Call early and often._Oot 21
THE aecond annual FAIR of tho South
Carolina State Agricultural and Mechani?
cal Sooiety, will be held in Columbia, on tho
Otb, 10th and 11th of November, next.
All articles intended for exhibition, plainly
addrcaBod to the Secretary, at Columbia, will
bo shipped by the various railroads of the
Stato freo of oost, at tho shipper's risk. Exhi?
bitors should notify the railroad agents at
their respective depots of tho articles they
desire to ship.
Visitors, during fair week, can purchase ex?
cursion tickets to and from Columbia for one
Persons intonding.to become exhibitors, are
desired to forward their nutri?? to the Secre?
tary, at Columbia, on and after the 4th No?
vember next. All articles or animals for exhi?
bition must bo enterod at the Secretary's
office before being received into the enclosure.
Entries of aniniala will bo received until 9
o'clock, Wednesday morning, 9th November.
All other articles must be on the ground, an?!
entered at the Secretary's omeo, before. 5
o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, 8th November.
Tho Searetary'H office will be opened in Co?
lumbia on and after the 4th November, next.
D. WYATT AIKEN,
Oct 20 6 Secretary.
SST* All tho papers of tho Stato will copy
once, and forward bills to tho Secretary, at
Columbia, during fair week.
OPENED TniS DAY, one of tho most beau?
tiful stocks of
CLOAKS AMD SHAWLS
Ever shown in this market.
In Dress Goods,
Wo load tho merket this season, both in
STYLE aud PRICE.
Haa boen bought on a "LOW RULING
11ASIS" with Cotton, and wo propose to give
tho advantago gained by us to "TUE CUS
Nothing baa contributed to build up our
EXTENSIVE and still increasing bmdneaa moro
than our eyBtematio "LOW PRICEa" and
satisfactory stylo of business. All Goods are
guaranteed aa represented.
Tho BEST GOODS sold for thc "LOWEST
Wo are* Agents for tho EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE," one of the best.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building, Main street.
W. D. LOVE.
IL B. McgRgEBV._Oct 9
C. F. JACKSON
DRY GOODS SO LOW!
He has not tho largtot -tock.
He hai not a boat of salesmen,
His rent ia not high.
His cxpon?ca are light
Ilia atook baa heou carefully selected from the
largest stocks of Dry Gooda in Balti?
more, New York, Boston and
Given to all ouatomers.
Oct ll Ct
fortablo DWELLING HOUSE and Out-build?
ings, good Orchard, fine Water, e^.y-;\' k
A valuable "?03?, situated liV th* Wu' of
rcudleton a-Dd Augusta streets, and oppoaite
Messrs. WiUiains^il^itmire's store.
OD Tuoaday after ealo'day, at Willlamaton,
a LOT in the town of WRliaraaton. Anderson
County. j . .. . , '.
. .' ALSO, "ii'^Hi" <. * ?
A hair interest in a WU adjoining the
above. , riH^-Sr^^
ALSO, ? v Y'"-'' '..
OD Wednesday, 7th Noyemba*,;* !tract of
LAND, in Pickons County, near tho Trap,
containing fl-) acree, moro oV HW3 ?*'.''
Terras to bo rando known on day of Bale. .
Oct22a7 , , n J. H.DEA^,,A4m'tor.
Sale of Carolina National BtfjikStook.
ON MONDAY NEXT. Uia^ MtST?i?Unt, I
will offer to the highest bidder/ at public
outcry, in front of tho Court Houoo, at 10
o'clock, a. m., ono hundred and fifty Bharoa of
Stock in tho Carolina National Bank of Co?
lumbia, 8. O., bar value SlOO'per share, issued
in tho name of James O. Gibbon, and by him
transferred to meas collateral ; security for
the payment of a bond held by mo.
The said Stock will be sold IQ throe parcels
of fifty abarca each. Term? baan1.' :
Also, at the same lima and'plaoo, I. will sell,
to the highest bidder, a noto for $2,000, drawn
by Blakely.de Gibbes, datod March 7i 1870, due
at ono day, ?ndbrsed by Blak?ly & Gibbes, J.
D. Kennedy and J. II. Dowdy-tho o?id noto
having also tieso pledged by Jamoa G. GlbBes,
aa a collateral for tho payment of tho bend
aforesaid. Terms cash.-....,,-<i ,ML4 - ..
Oct 21 3 . ? ; fr'-"' ? "0? P?'|iuBjS|LxE." '
For Sale. wfen:
WILL bo offered for o alo, on SALE): TJA Y
in December, next,,.that. GRAL? .and
COTTON PLANTATION ID Abhfcffil? OotU)tt,
near Calhoun's Mills, on Calhonri'? \ Crc?b.
containing 1,000 abres, moro or Ieb?,:b?nndod
by lauds of estate .of Jamea ?T?gKartj Mr?.
CatlmriDe AlBton, John Link, and ot&era. ,
Tho improvements .aro ,gOQd,~th?ro aro ac?
commodations for twenty-tfvo br'thir^f.labor
ers and ronces in good r op air. Almost 250 or
800 acres are ! creek bottom land,: and olmoat
800 acres timborod. . ^ "L Ul r-loti&Wi ?.
Tho placo can bo .treated for'privatplyV and
with ft will be Bolo5%'<o??airea."?rATOs,
HOB8E8. STOCK, OOBN^Sd. - 1
If not sold, it will bo rontod. LI ....?v-Jiiai.. ,
Apply to WM. H. PABKEB, at Abhatille Court
Bouse. E. L.PARKER.
Oct 15 j20 . t
. .i ; -For Sale; -.' ttifc
??? THE DOUBLE ONE-STORY BRICK
tii??t BUILDING, situated on Main* .or :Bloh
J?U&ardapn otrcet, Enat nido, botween Blan?
dina and Laurel streets. Tho 'building io" ts?)
feet lon fi, by-about 46 far width-tho lot . taea
suring 02 feet - in; front,- and 208 feet - in.
in depth.. . ci ul;/ ; . .?i::.. ... .:'<. j7- .
If nu t disppBed of at pnvato ealo before -lo t
December ensuing,' it''will bo cold about that
time, at publie auction. ' :'; : '
Qualified Administrator Estate George Sten?
house._ r- Oct T ?3
tnr. THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
aOSon tho Barhamville Boad and tho Char
SC lotte Bailroad, about 14 miles ' from the
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
moro or leas, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country residence, a most excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or six bands; it is about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably situated.and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween the two branobos whioh forms the
stream flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of the sun? sour , on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to the acre. Possession given on the lat
of January noxt. For further particulars,
apply at this office, or to
L. R. BECKWITH,
OctSSmo Onogehurg, 8. 0.
To Make Room
!FoR my extensive stock of DBY GOODS
CLOTHING, HATS, C?P8, Ladies? and
Gentlemen's FUBNISHING GOODS, ?M
? i- .n ? -, ?: -, '-.-hix; ?i. ,
BRELLAS, Ac, I offer my entire stock of
SHOES at cost. JACOB BU LZ R?CHER
Sept 20_. ' ?? ?.
C. D. EBERHAB,DT,
Washington street, near Main, '
. . BEGS to inform his patrons and citizens
generally that he his received the latest
fia PATTERNS for gentlsmen's fall and
-lu*, winter garments. Ho han also obcauti
ful assortment of GOODS, of various prados,
i in the way of CLOTHS, CAJS?MEBES and
VESTINGS, which will bo made up at abort
notice, in the very beat manner.
Hois Agent for the iETNA SEWING MA?
CHINE, whioh is in use by several families in
this city, and who express themselves highly
gratified at ita operation, ??ad?as S?d fis?ds
of families generally aro invited to .call and
BOO. . ?? }rQot 19
THE euscrlber is now in receipt of bia
i FALL and WINTER STOCK, consisting
lof CLOTHS. C AS SI M EKES and VE ST
-INGS of the very latest atjle and pat?
terns, whioh has been car?iully seleoted by
h i mae lt', and invites the public to CaU and ex?
amine tho same, as ho baa ono of the finest
assortments of Rood s in hi? lino that ever carno
to this market. Have also on hand a splen?
did assortment of the STAB SHIRTS, some
of them tho finest over manufactured.
Hept24_ J. F. E18ENMANN.
PRINCE: SOWARD ISLAND
BLACK SEED OATS.
IAM in reoeipt of a cargo of the above
celebrated OATS. Price $1.20 per bushel
or thirtv-two pounds. All ordors.;,W?th re
mittanc?, shall have prompt attentfon;
J. O. MATHEWSON,
Oct 20 3_ Augu>tar-Qa.
Yellow Fine Lninber,
OF the BEST QUALITY, and in quantities
to suit purchasers, can bo obtained bv
applying to W. J. BRYANT A CO.,
No. 2 Aim Street, Charleston, H. C.,
Or at Branchville Post Office, B. C.
Hams and Bacon Strips,
.f f\f\ NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
JLVIV/ 1,000 lbs. new Sugar-cnrod BreaL
raat Strips, juat received and for sale by
Oct 7 J. *'1.B. AG KEW.