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ST. PETHBSBUBO. November 15.
Prince G or t sch ak off'n circular, co nee nj*
in g the Paris treaty of 1856, is 'dated
October 21. It reoonnta successive alte?
ration a ,?n# ^violations of tho. European
treaties,-among them that of 185C, and
is un ubi o to see why Russia should ob
corve'ilia lutter',' 'when it has been disre
8arded by othors. Therefore, Btosia
isavowB her obligations to the limited
enjoyment of the Euxine Sea, and in?
vites the Sultan to enjoy equal rights
with her. She has in no wise rekindled
the Eastern question, and only aimB at
increasing her defensive strength. The
Government has prepared, ns a compro?
mise? a substitute whioh is au equitable
and therefore a prominent basis.
To?ita, November 15.-It is reported
thai the Bavarians of Tann's command
are deserting in great numbers. Pea
santa capture and bring them into towns.
The Government, in the Moniteur,
thanks tho National Guard of depart?
ment of Seine-et-Marne, for their gal?
lantry in capturing a body of Prussian
?Paladine ia by decree appointed to the
command in Chief of the army of the
Loire. In addition to the forces already
in tho field, four entrenched camps are
to bo formed, where a half million men
'A-despatch-from Gten reports tho ene?
German prisoners, saptured around
Orleans, cay largo quantities of French
jov/??ry"?Ud gold wore found.
hoxvoit, November 15.-Tho Prus
oinn authorities in Strasburg have dis?
covered and broken up a recruiting office
for the French, .which was oouuuetod
?with groat secrecy and had sent to the
field U00 Fro.no-ti rou rn.
A Prussian column from Bheims
threatened!the atmy qi Gon. Oambreils.
Bismarck, d?nies the authority of the
despatch, sent by him to the North Ger?
man Minister at Florence.
Th?^Vl?hntiCJ?binet is dissatisfied with
Gladstone's despatch to Bussia's noto,
add 1 ikons him to Lord Aberdeen.
Itt/ tview of the possible movement
Southward by Busaia, a British fleet ol
observation ' will be established in the
Medityxrapoun, with Malta as tho ren?
Belgium replies to the Prussian com?
plaint of tho tone of the Belgian press,
that thu Belgian press is constitutionally
Losn?w, November 15.-Despatchei
to-night report that Prince Frederic!
Charles is moving to the Southward
His troops occupy Doulevnnt, Trage:
and Lieus. The capture of Dijon is con
firmed. Frederick Charles reached Ri vre
Yonne with 150,000 men, to relievi
FIIOBE?JCE, November 15.-Tho Opi
nione believes Bussia's demands will b<
granted by the powers.
VEBSAXLLKS, November 15.-Bea
armies investing Paris are protected b;
arrivals of fresh troops.
Conic, November 15.-A great demon
stration of sympathy for the Pope her
to-night. The Bishop of Cork presided
Addresses by members of Parliamen
from Cork District. R?solutions ei
pressing personal sympathy for the Hoi
Father, lamenting destruction of tempe
ral powers as detrimental to the peace c
Europe, and in favor of memorializin
the Government on the subject, wer
adopted by acclamation.
BBUSSELS, November 1G.-The Indi
penden.ee Beige has a telegram, date
Yienna, last evening, announcing thr
England, Austria, Turkey and Italy ba\
agreed to preservo a common ut ti tm;
toward Russia. A collective note is pr?
paring nt Vienna to that effect. Tl
threatening attitude of Russia causes
panic in money circles here.
FiiOBENCE, November IG.-Russia
repudiation of tho Paris treaty causi
intense anxiety here.
j?xONDO?i, November 1G.-Stocks ar
securities of all kinds aro lower, and tl
markets flat, in view of a crisis on tl
Eastern question. There is uneasine
in all circles. Tho Times has a speci
from Yienna, this morning, confirmii
the accounts already received of excit
ment there, growing out of tho attitui
of Russia on the question of nllian
between England, Austria, Italy ai
Turkey, and it is discussed on all Bide
The Times editorially alludes to Gor
chakoff's circular with disgust and i
A despatch from Versailles, lust eve
ing, reports everything quiet on t
Loire and before Paris. The Prussi
army of the North has occupied Chat:
oy, in tho department of tho Aisi
From this point, they threaten Cambr
Booray, Lafere and other fortified plat
in that neighborhood.
The London Times, of this nftcrnot
hos a Berlin special of to-duy, saying t
French movement towards Chartres
apparently intended as preliminary
an attack on the Western flank of I
German army now investing Paris. 1
French aro treating captains of merchi
vessels which thoy capture, as prison
of war. Bismarck demands the surr
dor of these forty captains, and threat
retaliation upon an equal number
Touns, November 1G.-Moltke is
ported as soriousiy ill. The Clintt
Arenburg is hoing prepared for tho
ceptiou of Napoleon. Tho inanufact
of arms in all foundcrics is proseen
with uninterrupted celerity.
LONDON, November 1G.-Goribald
abandoning the line of Vosges. '
Prussians have advanced to Dale.
China ndviccs, via Bombay, rej
further outrages upon foreigners
Canton. The execution of criminal
Tien-Tsin was postponed. There w
remarkable declino in all continenta
euri tics nt exohango to-day, on acct
of complications on the Eastern q
tion. Lyons and Dijou havo boen
occupied by the Prussians, in force.
DitBux, November 16.-The Fr<
forces occupy this plaoe. The Pros?
twtfr"*?' wmk. awi<i4 ivPwfr
f??^&?a, ^S&mbf J^B.-Tho city
ia aaiei. Gent's authority ia everywhere |
respected, Gonoral Tallemond has as?
sumed command in Algeria. In bia pro?
elamation, Tallemond says: Republican
principies alone can save Franco. ,fff a
TOURS, November 16.-Among the
prisoners captured at Orleans is a ne?
phew of Tann and a Prussian General,
who was Governor of Orleans during its
occupation. Tann's carriage and horses '
were captured. The city of Chartres is
again occupied by the French.
MONTARQI'S, November 16. - Tho
Prussians have burned the railway sta?
tions at Nainonrs, in the Department of
Seine et Marne.
MADRID, November 16.-183 liberal
deputies met yesterday, inoludiug Mar?
shal Serano, Lopez, Dominguez and
Zygbaerdo. After a long consultation,
tiley agreed to cast tho first vote for j
Moutpensier, when, if not chosen, to
vote for Acasta.
Thero ia immense excitement upon
the Thion question. Edicts were issued
against public meetings, and a strong
military force is under arms. A plot to
murder Prim has been discovered. Five
conspirators, with revolvers, grenades,
poniards, telegrams and letters, were
seized. Others are implicated.
BALTIMORE, November 16.-Baker &
Bros.' glass works were burned to-day.
WASHINGTON, November 16.-Preai
dent Grant hes certainly ordered Motley's
recall. Stanwood, the Revenue Super
visor for Alabama and Mississippi, re
signs. His resignation will be accepted.
CHARLESTON, November 16.-Arrived
iteamen Champion and Clyde, N
NEW NORE, November 16.-Tho Tele?
gram has a special from London, stating
that war vessels have been recalled from
avery foreigu statiou, except such as are
absolutely needed in foreign waters.
The concentration of ships at Ports?
mouth is already apparent, and the great
3st activity prevails at all English navy
?epots. A powerful fleet will be imme
liately despatched to the Mediterranean.
Mest informed circles think the pr?ten?
dons of Kassia render a general Europe?
an war inevitable. A rupture between
Russin and England is looked upon as
mmincut and inevitable. It is also bo
ieved that Russia and Prussia aro iu
?lose alliance against the rest of Europe.
NEW ORLEANS, November 16.-The
.rial of thojBaton Rouge prisoners conti?
The steamboats Cornolia aud Bassier
?vero destroyed by tire. Valued at
540,000-covered by insurance.
Tho weather is cold-thermometer 50.
No yellow fever interments yesterday.
WILMINGTON, November 16.-The fair
M a splendid success. It is universally
idmitted to be tho finest exposition ever
vitnessed in North Carolina.
MOBILE, November 16.-There was a
?eavy frost last night, and a prospect for
mother to-night. Ice was an inch thick
.v.-en ty miles from here, this morning.
MACON, November 16.-The first Idli?
ng frost fell in Ubis vicinity this morn
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS AND COUPONS, MUTILATED
CTRRENCY, COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, Ac,
jought and sold by D. GAMBRILL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
August 21 Snio
?I HS. AI. W. STRATTON, Proprietress.
TRA XSJEA'T JJ OA RD, $2.00 PER DA Y.
Oct 15 Imo
jm? 100 acres choice LAND-50 acres clear
ed-situated three mile? from Hopkins'
Jg^Tum-Out; thirteen miles from Colum?
na, and three-quarters of a mile from thc
iVilmingtou, Columbia and Augusta Railroad.
?or terms, apply at this ofiico. Oct 31 lm
rHE CITIZENS* SAYINGS BANK ia now
prepared to draw directly ou all the pro
uinent places in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
and tho Orient,
ind will furnish drafts at New York rates.
Oct 23 _A. G. BKENIZEK, Cashier.
A LL persons having demanda against tho
f\_ estate of DAVID SHANNON, deceased,
viii present thom, properly atteated; and all
)ersona indebted, will mako payment WITH?
IN THREE MONTHS from dato of this pnb
icatiou, to SARAH SHANNON.
COLUMBIA, September 20,1870.
Sop122, O 0, 20, K 3, 17 JD LJ fv22_
A Mammoth Raffle of Fine Jewelry ,
\TALUED at $1,000. 200 Chancos, at $5
' each. 25 Prizes, consisting of
Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES,
Fino Gold BREAST-PINS and EAR-RINGS.
SILVER GOBLETS, Ac.
Will come oft at my Saloon aa soon as the
Chances are taken.
_Oct30_ _ O. PIERCES.
Bagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties.
4 FULL SUPPLY conatantlr on hand and
/V for .salo low, by J. A T.* E. AGNEW.
City Currency will be Taken
IN pavment for Gooda at
Nov ll HARDY SOLOMON S.
r?ioV> r.n? Flesh,
PICKLED SHAD, No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 und 3,
SALMON, No. 1.
ICO boxea Scaled HERRINGS,
Fulton Market Beef,
Extra Sugar-cured Hana,
" " Bacon Stiips.
For sale by GEO. SV.UMEltS.
Call carlv and often. Oct 21
Ho for the Race!
THE subscriber respectfully
invitee his friends and public in
general to call and soe his stock
of home-made '8ADDLE8 and
H ARNESBEN, which I can sell
twenty-five per cent, cheaper than any
Northern mado goods, and will challenge any
merchant in the South for $1,000 to compare
with me in homo-made work.
??0v2 Smo- R. HANNAN, Main direct.
' BOSTON, November 16.-Cotton dall
mid nothing doing-middlings 16%
asked; sales 1 0 bales; receipts 178; stock
7,000. , v :4
NEW TOBE, November 16-Noon.
Stocks firm. Gold 121?. Money 4@5.
Sterling-long 9}?; short 9J?. 62's 7X
Flour Oe better. Wheat l@2c. better.
Pork heavy, at 24.D0@24.75. Cotton
easier-uplands 16>^; Orleans 16%; sales
1,500 bales. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm-sales 5,500
bales; uplands lGj?. Flour-State and
Western 5@10o. botter; superfino 4.90?
5.10; Southern steadier-common to fair
extra 5.65 @ G. 20. Wheat active and in
export demand-winter red and amber
Western email@example.com. Corn heavy and 2
@3o. lower-new 80@85; old 85. Beef
steady. Pork heavy, at 24.50. Lu rd
heavy-steam 13^@14^. Whiskey
firm, at 86%. Groceries firm. Turpen?
tine 45)?@46>?. Rosin dull. Freights
firmer-cotton steam )2@9-16; flour
sail 2@6; wheat-steam 9)?@10; sail
8%. Money 5@6. Sterling strong, at
9%. Gold 12??@12??. Government's
very dull, at low prices. 62*8 7%. South?
ern's dull und heavy-new Tennessee's
rather weaker. Bat few transactions in
BALTIMORE, November 16.-Cotton
firm nnd higher, at 16@16^. Flour
firm and active. Wheat firm. Corn
steady. Pork 26.00. Bacon scarce.
CINCINNATI, November 16.-Flour
firm and in fair domand-family 5.65(3)
5.80. Corn steady, at 4G@48. Mess
pork-holders are anxious, at 22.00.
Whiskey nominal, at 83@84. Lard
LouisvriiijE, November 16.-Bagging
firm and unchanged. Flonr quiet and
nncbnnged. Whiskey steady, at 84@85.
Mess pork held at 23.50. Lard 14.
ST. LOUIS, November 16.-Flour quiet
- superfino winter 4.00(3l4.15. Corn
firmer, at 65@68. Whiskey lower, at
84@85. Pork quiet-new 24.50. Shoul?
ders 14. Lard dull-new 14.
GALVESTON, November 16.-Cotton
firm-good ordinary 13J.i@13J4; sales
13G bales; receipts 315; stock 17,225.
NEW ORLEANS, November 16.-Cot?
ton in good demand and prices havo
advanced-middling 1G; sales 9,200
bales; receipts 3,4G9; stock 104,833.
SAVANNAH, November 16.-Cotton
irregular-cable nows caused buyers to
withdraw from market-middlings 15J-?;
sales 2,500 boles; receipts 4,677; stock
AUGUSTA, November 16.-Cotton un- !
settled-middlings held nt 15; sales 500
bales; receipts 1,400.
CHARLESTON, November 16.-Cotton
oponed firm, but is now quiet-middlings
15.%; sales 400 bales; net receipts 2,609;
exports coastwise 1,107; stock 25,749.
LONDON, November 16-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 92).j. Bonds 88.
LONDON, November 16-Evening.
Consols 92!u. American securities flat.
LIVERPOOL, November 16-3 P. M.
Cotton firm-uplands 9%; Orleans 9%.
LIVERPOOL, November IG-Evening.
Cotton closed firm-uplands 9j<; Orloans
0%; sales 12,000 bales.
To Invalids-Beef, Extract Meat.
LIEBTG'S GENUINE EXTRACT OF MEAT
of pertect llavor and purity.
Persons suffering from weak- digestion, in?
valids requiring strengthening diet, aged per?
sons, children, infants after being weaned,
and ladies after confinement, will find thia ex?
tract, properly prepared, highly beneficial.
Delicious Soup made nf it at 2 cents a pint.
Reef Tea at 3 cents a pint.
Gruel of Sago, Rice. Tapioca, at little cost.
Just received, another lot of Sea Moss Fa?
Pungent Mustard, for the table,
Puro Ground Black Pepper. For Bale at
Oct 28J HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
I ii nil Ita Dr ii. nc lt CH.
LADIES will please call and
examine before purchasing else?
where. Also, HAIR JEWELRY,
FANCY GOODS, ?fcc, at
MRS. C. E. REED'S.
Oct no lm_Main Street.
MRS. M. A. F LANIGAN has ro
ceived a large and well selected
stock of MILLINERY GOODS, in
BONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS,
Feathers, Flowers, Ac., which she
will sell at tho lowest prices ever
offered in this city.
Done in the most fashionable stylo and on
reasonable terms. Rooms over lieise's Con?
fectionery Store. Oct IS Imo
Downer's Mineral Sperm Oil.
ANEW OIL, which will not light under 300
degree* Farenhcit ; never gums; is almost
od i rless and de safe as Sperm or Lard Oil for
family usc, and when bumed in the MINERAL
si'Eiiai LAiir, tho light is equal to tho best
Kerosene, at a cost not exceeding one-half a
cent, per hour. It requires but littlo atten?
tion, no trimming, aud the chimney never
breaks lrom heat.
A supply of this safely oil, and a small
assort nient of Lamps, "just received and for
sale l>y__J. A T. R. AGNEW. _ !
HEINITSH'S KINA CHILL CURE. New
remedy! New principle! No poison! A
new discovery and a sovereign specific. For
iiio euro ot Intermittent Fever, Remittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Aguo, Periodical
Headacho or Bilious Uoadacho and Bilious
Fevers; and all Diseases originating in
Biliary Derangement or Liver Disorder,
caused by Impurity of Blood and Malaria of
We have used tho Kina Chill Cure, aud pro
uounce it a sure remedy. T. J. HARPER,
J. C. SEEGERS,
R. B. LOVE.
Call and get a Circular, at
_ Oct 28J_HEINITSn'S Drug Storo.
W. H. Lindsay and Robert W. Johnson, yt.
The Broad River Bridge Company-Wm.
Gulick and Henry E.Scott, Trusteeoa.
CREDITORS of tho Broad Biver Bridge
Company will tako notice that the . timo
withiu which they are required to prove their
claims ha? boon extended to tho first of De?
cember next. JOHN T. RHETT,
Nov 2 w3 Special Referee.
siroof devoting him?
self entirely to the
offers for sale his entire
stock of DRY GOODS,
SHOKS, etc., at and
One door South Phoenix Office.
49*City Money taken at par.-?? NOT 8
ist!.* xx. BBHHY'S
Plain Street, near Main.
NOW on band and daily ro
foeiving from Ibo manufac?
tories of New York, 13 o a to Li,
Cincinnati and Louisville, tho
largest aasortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in tbia markot, consisting
lu part of Walnut Parlor, Chamber and Din
ing-Room Snits; 200 Bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
eelebrated Oeorgia Split-bottom Chairs.
All kinds of MATTRESSES in a clo to ordor.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in tho best manner.
Terms cash and gooda oheap. Oct 30
THE largest, finest, and beat stock of I
CLOTHING in tho city. Owing to tho
death of Col. W. J. Hoke, tho stock will bo
soldat prices that defy compotition.
Our Hue of Over-coats, Raglans, Business
suita, young men and boys' clothes, and water?
proof goods, (of every style,) is complete.
Buyers will remember, wo offer tho above
goods, together with a splendid stock of Furn?
ishing Goods, Hate, Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet-bags, otc, ole, lower than I
tho same ?rdelos can bo bought thiB side of
Tho business will bo ennductod by G. M.
Johnson, assisted by myself, who respectfully
solicite a share of tho public patronago.
Son of W. J. Uoko.
N. B.-Thc undersigned respectfully invites
all Lia old friends to ci vo him a calf, see for
themselves, and bo satisfied that the truth of j
tho above will bo fully vori?od.
Nov 5_G. M. JOHNSON.
GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
IX CONSEQUENCE OF THE
IMMENSE stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS
and JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE; the largest stuck, in tho State; BELL
INC AT LOW FIOUBES.
In consequence of the low prices of Gold,
the Bubsoriber has conoluded tu sell his stuck
accordingly, and would call tho attcution of
tho visitors to the Pair to call aud examino
boforo purchasing elsewhere, as ?lin a duty
you owe to yourselves.
All ho asks is a fair trial. Call and bo con?
Wo also have on hand a f.ne stock of CUT?
LERY, both for nockct and table use, with a
largo assortment o? SPORTING IMPLE?
Oivo mo a call and examino my stock.
Nov8 UudorColumbia Hotel.
" 67 D. EBERHARD?,
Washington street, near Main,
. BEGS to inform his patrons aud citizens
v"m generally that ho has receivod tho latest
(lil PATTE UNS for gentlemen's fall and
"H wintor garments. He has also a beauti?
ful assortment of GOODS, of various grades,
in tbowayof CLOTHS, CA3SIMERES and
VESTINGS, which will be mado up at abort
not ico, in tho very beat manner.
He is Agent for the .ETNA SEWING MA?
CHINE, which is in UBC by HU vend families in
this city, and who express themselves highly
gratiflod at its operation. radios and heads
ol families generally aro invited to call and
New Supply of Groceries!
HOGSHEADS of BACON,
C. R. aud R. SIDER,
Bulk BACON and SHOULDERS.
Sugar Cured SHOULDERS.
NO. 1, 2, 3 MACKEREL,
Barrelsand half barrels and kits,
Thc best Western Brands at very low
figures, in barrels, halves, quarters and
eighths of barrels.
Becker's SelMtaising FLOUR.
CONDENSED Milk, best quality,
FOREIGN and Domestic WINES.L1QUORS,
ALES, of superior qualitv, sold at
low figures. G. DIERCKS.
SMOKING TOBACCO, of various brands:
Durham, Virginity, Advance,Ac.
Domestic arid Imported CIGARS.
Oct30_ Q. PIERCE'S.
A LARGE COTTAGE, with 0 Rooms
and a Pantry, iu a most desirable part
.of tho city, with kitchen, dry cellar aud
other out-houses aud conveniences. Besides
a front garden, with rare troos and shrubbery,
it 'iff? ? roomy yard and large garden, ir.
which there is quito a number of fruit-bear?
ing trees, such us pears, peaches, apricots,
tigs and plums, with a lino arbor, the whole
width of tho garden, with grapes of several
Terms moderate. Inquire at tho store of
E. STENHOUSE, or at this oftico. If not sold
boforo tho 1st of December, perhaps may rent
to a good tenant. _ Oct 27
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now inform tho pnblio that I am ready
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
cents per pound by thc rotail. For 100 pounds
or more, agreements will be made. Tho Ice
can bo obtained at either tho upper or lower
atore. _J. C. SEEOERB.
California Seed Oats.
PC AA RU8HEL8 PRIME CALIFORNIA
DUU SEED OATS, for sale by
Oct9 I EDWARD HOPE.
r/ vT * ri/ ?. "i
ix'f ? Bacon and $uh&dee.r, o' f ?Vj
TO-MORROW (Friday) MORNING, at 10
o'olock, I, ?ill 8 o ll before ray store-I alo
- iba. Dry 8alted OLEAR 81DEB, ; < j
- ?. M Shoulders,
- " Canvassed and Unhagged Hams,
10 kita Cooking Butter,
10 boxes Soda Biscuit,
13 " Family Soap,
20 " Adamantino Canilles,
10 " Chceae, Ac, Ao._Nov 17
BY D. C.PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY, tho 21at instant, will ho sold at
THIRTY ACRES OF LAND, bounded North
by tho Sand Hill reaidouco of Robert Bryce,
East by tho main Road to Rico Creek Springs,
Mouth by landa of Rufus M. Johnston, and
Weet by lands of Dr. E. Marks and W. J. Duf?
fie. Buildings on tho land. Terms cash.
May be treated for privately. Nov 13
WILL bo offered for sale, on SALE DAY
in December next, that GRAIN and
COTTON PLANTATION in Abbeville County,
near Calhoun's Mills, on Calhoun's Creek,
containing 1,600 aores, more or lees, boundod
by lands of estate of James Taggart, Mrs,
Cathorine Aleton, John Link, and others.
Tho improvements are good, thoro aro ac
oommodations for twenty-five or thirty labor?
ers, and fences in good ropalr. Almost 250 or
300 acros are creek bottom laud, and almost
800 acres timbered.
Tho plaoe can bo treated for privately, and
with it will bo sold, if desired, MULES,
HORSES. STOCK, CORN, Ao.
If not sold, it will be rented. Apply to Wai.
H. PA RIC EU, at AbbevUle Court House
Oct 15 j20_E.L. PARKER.
Richard Tozer va. Robort McDougal.
BY virtue of an execution and attachment
in the above atatod case, I will eell, cn
tho FIRST MONDAY in December next, at P.
F. Frazee's lot. on Washington street, next to
the Masonic Hall, one STATIONARY EN?
GINE ; leviod on aa the property of Robert
McDougal, at tho suit of Richard Tozer r.s.
Robert McDougall. Terms cash.
Nov 13 mth_P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias, to
me direotcd, I will Bell, on the first MON?
DAY in December next, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, within tho legal boure.
All that Plantation or Tract of LAND,
known aa "Pincueaiou." in Richland County,
containing nix hundred acred, more or loss,
aud bountied on tho North by landa of Jesse
G. Lykes; East by lands formerly of Genoral
William Hopkins; Sonth by lands of John J.
Chappell, and on tho West by landa of Mre.
K. G. Brevard; leviod on a8 "the property of
Joeoph A. Becpe, at the suit of D. B. DoSaua
euro, C. E. R. D., et al., vs. Joseph A. RecHC.
TEIIMH-Cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Under Order of Judge cf Probate.
H. E. Scott, Executor, rs. James C. Kenneth
IN pursuance of an order mado by thc Hon.
Wm. Huison Wigg, Judge of Probate for
Richland County, I will Bell, on tho FIR8T
MONDAY in December next, in front of tho
Court Houeo, in Columbia, within the legal
All that TRACT OF LAND in Richland
County, aituated on tho Winnsboro Road,
about ten miles from Columbia, containing
two hundred and forty (240) acres, more or
leas, and hounded on tho North bylands of
Benjamin Hodge, East by landa of-Tel?
ford, South by lands of Sligb, and Weat by
Tho above dcacribod property will be aold
at the risk and coats of former purchaser.
Terme cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
Nov 15 mth_3. R.^
BY virtue of euudrv writs of /tm' facias to
mo directed, I will aell, on the FIRST
MONDAY in December next, in front of tho
Court House, iu Columbia, within the legal
All that PLANTATION or Tract of Land in
Richland County, containing sixteen hundred
(1,G0U) acres, moro or losa, and bounded on
tho North by R. and J. U. Adams, East hy J.
U. Adama, South hy-Goiger, and on the j
Weat by Robert Adams ; levied on aa tho pro- j
perty of Isaac T. Weston, at tho respective
suite of Maria L. Bower, Administratrix, Moul?
trie Woaton, Executor, Robert C. Shiver, John
McLaughlin and William Glazu vs. Ieaac T.
Tho abovo dcacribod property will be sold
at tho risk and cost ot' tho former purchaser.
Terme cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
Nov 15 mth_S^ K. C._
BY virtue of sundry writB of jl-ri facias to
mo directed, I will aell, on tho first MON?
DAY in December next, in front of tho Court
House, in Columbia, withiu tho legal bouis,
the following property, viz:
All that Tract of LAND, in Richland Coun?
ty, containing five hundred acree, more or
lea:?; bounded hy landa of Wyrick F. Turnip
seed and thc Greenville and Columbia Rail?
All that HOUiSE and LOT. in the city o: Co
lumbia, situate on Assembly street; bounded i
on tho North hy M. n. Berry; East hy Thus.
Davis; South hy Davis' Alley, and on tho Wost
by Assembly atroet; levied on aa tho property
of Charlea J. Bollin, at tho suit of Mary
Allen, et al., vs. Charles J. Bollin.
TERMS-Cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
F. W. McMaster, Administrator, ve. William
IN pursuanco of tho decretal order of tho
Circuit Court, Bitting in Equity, in the
above nt a ted ease, I will soil, ?ll tho first
MONDAY in Docembor next, iu front of the
Court House, in Columbia, withiu tho legal
AU that lot or parcel of LAND, containing |
three-quarters ot an acre, moro or les?;.
hounded on tho North by a lot formerly be?
longing to Joaoyh Randall; on tho East by
Assembly atrcet; on thu Weat by a lot former?
ly tho proporty of A. M. Hunt; and on the
South by Gervais street; tho said lot being
commonly known as Hunt's Hotel Lot.
TERMS-Cash. Purchaser to pay for ?tampa
and papers. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Nov 13_ _mth
Blakely A Gibbes rs. William FI. Ward, and
Wells A Caldwell r.s. sanio.
BY virtue of a warrant to levy on and sell
tho crop of the defendant in tho above
stated caao, directed to mo by D. lt. Miller.
Esq., Clerk of tho Circuit Court for Richland
County, and in purauauco of an Act of thu
General Assembly oT Sonth Carolina, entitled
"An Act to 8ecuro advances for agricultural
purposes," aud alao by virtue o? a certain
lien, executed by William H. Ward to Blakely
A Gibboa, on tho 28th day of February, A. D.
1870, and also by vlrtuo of an execution in tho
caso of Wells A Caldwell ra. William H. Ward,
directod to mo, I will soil, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY and TUESDAY in Docember next, IA
froht of tho Conrt House in Columbia, within
tho legal hours, tho following propertv, via:
The entire CROP OF COTTON made in 1870
hy tho defendant, seven Mules, one Horse,
one Two-horse Wagon, three Cow*, three
Calves, and lot of Gnano. Terms cash.
Nov 13 mth P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
"DY virtue px *Q execution, lo mo Jlrcct?d."
JD I.will eell. oa tho flrot MON DAV iii De
comber noit.-in front of tho Oourt I?9U90, in
Columbia, within tho legal honre,
AU that tract of LAND, in Richland Coun?
ty, oontainlng two huucfrod t and olfthty-two
aerea: bonadod by landa of Mrc. Ballia F.
Bay, Jesse Honee and William Watton; levied
on as the pion or ty of Isoin W. Bootie, at the
snit ot Jobu H. Kiuard, survivor, ca. Ie-om W;
TKBSI.S-Cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. O.
Under order of Judge of Probate.
Jamos P. Rawla and D. B. Feaster, Adminis?
trators of the estate of J. J. Bawls; vs. John
O. Rawla et al.
IN pursuance of an order made by the Hon.
Wm. Hutson Wlgg, Judge of Probate for
Richland Couuty, in the above stated oaae, I
will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY in December
next, in front of the Court Ilona o io Colum?
bia, within tho legal boars, tho following pro?
pel ty, of which the late John J. Bawls died
possessed, viz: , i .
All that LOT OF LAND on the corner of
Tailor and Sumter streets, in tho city bf Co?
lumbia, measuring 74 feet, more or leas, on
Taylor street, and 158 feet ll inchea, more or
lees, on Sumter street, in shape a rectangular
A LOT OF LAND on Taylor street, in the
city of Colombia, measuring on said etrcot 74
feet, moro or lees, and running back 153 feet
ll incheB,more or less, In ehapoa reotangular
All that LOT OF LAND, with tb* Buildings
thereon, on the corner of Taylor and Lincoln
streets, in the city of Columbia, mcaburln'g 64
feet, more or leas, on Lincoln street, and 126
foot on Taylor street, in shape a reotangular
Al* that HOUSE AND LOT on Biohardson
street, in the etty of Columbia, moaanring 45
feat 7 inohes on Bicbardson otrTt. tnd run?
ning back 266 feat, more or less, bounded
North by lot of J. A. Selby, South by lot of
ibo estate of J. I. Walter, East by Bi.obar.dson
street, and West by lot of J. C. Seogenj.
All that LOT OF LAND on the corner cf
Washiugtou and Lincoln streets, in the city of
Columbia, meaauring SS feet, more or leas, oh
Washington street, and 106 feet, more or less,
on Lincoln street.
All that LOT OF LAND on Washington
street, meaeuring thereon 53 feet, more or
less, and running back 106 feet, more or leBS.
All that LOT OF LAND on Lincoln street,
measuring thereon 104 feet, more or lesa, and
running back 212 foot, more or loss.
All that TRACT OF LAND, situated in Lox?
in? ton County, about nine miles below Colum?
bia, containing 100 acres, more or, less, and
bounded ou the East by tho ''Congaree, River,
on tho North hy Stato lands, on' th? Weet by
landd of Jool bowman, and South by Btate
One-fourth interest in 357 Acres of Land
adjoining Kingsville, in tho County of Rich?
land, bounded hy lands of Jamen Gray.
Adams, and of tho South Carolina Railroad
TEBMS or SALE.-The undivided interest in
tho 357 acres of land near Kingsville Will ba
sold for cash. All the other property w?l be
sold for ouc-third cash, and tho balance cn a
credit of ono year, with interest from day of
sale, to bo secured by bond and mortgage of
the premiaos sold. Purchasers to insure the
property and assign the policies, abd to pay
fur stamps and papers.
Nov 12 ruth P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. C.
Valuable Land for Sale.
IOFFER for sale 5,000 acres of LAND, the
most valuable portion of the Doby estate,
on Weat bank Watoroe river, twenty miles
East of Columbia; teu miles below Camden;
tivo miles from Camden Branch Railroad;
twelvo milos from line of Railroad from
Sumter to Columbia. Tho river affords fine
water transportation. Tho place is perfectly
healthy, with the finest wator, and a number
of tho best lu borons in tho County; bounded
by lauds of Mrs. English, and Blacks, and
others. 1,000 acres are river bottoms, the
greater portion safe from over-flows, with a
river frout of nearly a mile, all cleared, except
200 acre? of finely timbered oak landa,'and
under fence, producing finely Cotton, Corn
and email grain, and capocially adapted to
stock raising; and a largo number of cattle can
he kept fat all tho year without feeding, and
readily sold on the place. The balance
(-1,000 aeren ) are good pine landa, with a large
proportion of line creek bottoms. 2,500 aerea
of tho above-a separato tract-are on North
and South Spear's Creek, immediately on tao
lino of tho Chatham Railroad, and the tele?
graph road from Columbia to Camden, sixteen
miles from the former; heavily timbered with
pino, and Hue water power; 200 acres good up?
land cleared and under fence, adjoining the
river bottoms; balance heavily timbered with
pine. There ia a Ano residence conveniently
situated, and ampio accommodations for
laborera. Will bo sold in a body or tracts to
suit. For further particular?, apply to E. C.
DOIIY, Camdon, or to Colonel MOMA-TKR, Co?
lumbia, who will show plata of the lands.
JOUN MCCASKILL, near the place, will show
parties the lands. If not disposed of before,
1 will offer them at auction on thc first MON?
DAY in December. Nov 3 t
STHAT Valuable Tract ot LAND, lying
on thc Barhamville Road and the Char?
lotte Railroad, about 1J miles from the
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
more or lons, and having ou it & beautiful site
for a country rosidonce, a most excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or six hands; it is about two-thfcds cleared
and is most, admirably situated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" gardon, lying be?
tween lim two brandies which torma the
stream Hewing through Dr. Parkor's place,
und composed partly of tho same soil on
which Dr. Parker raised over" 200 bushels of
corn to the acre. Possession given 1st Janua
rv next. For lurther particulars, apply at this
o'ff.ce, orto L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct i> '-imo Orangobnrg, S. C.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in general that I have
Just received an entire new
'stock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
Pistol-Delta, Caps, Buck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for ali kinds of I'ibtola, Powder
REPAIRING done at abort notice
Oct 8 P. W. KRAFT, Main street.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAYING entered into thc manufacture cf
BUICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Messrs. Wright A Vino, one
of their new patent Brick Machine*, capable
or turning out from 40,000 to CO,000 bxioka per
day, aro now propared to mako contractu and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HABOX SOLOMON, at his
store, or at tho South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company._^_ Sept 3
A Desirable Store to Eent.
THE STORE ROOM, now occupied hy
Messrs. L?rick & Lowrance as a hardware
and grocery establishment, ia now offered for
rent. Thia is a very desirable stand, situated
on Main stroot in tho midst ot business, oppo?
site the PHIKNIX office. Inquire of
E. H. UEINITSH,
Oct 23 At the Drug Store.