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NEW YORK. October 3.-Santa Anna's j
office was crowded, yesterday, witli parties I
anxious toentet the service of Mexico, lt <
is said that a timi here has been cominis- j
eioned to bny six steamers for the service ?
of the Liberals. Thro banking houses of I
tibs citv have taken Santa Anna's loan ?d' !
Several citizens of Georgia have sued J.
P. Brashear, Treasury Agent, for the seiz?
ure of $90,000 worth of cotton, in February
last. Brashear was held to bail in the sum
The receipts for lti'stori's performance in
Brooitlyu, last night, were upwards of
$4,0U^-?the largest receipts ever received.
uHls?m>EXiPHtA, October 3.-The political j
excitement here is increasing, as the day
for the election draws near. A very large'
vote is expected at the election On Tues- '
day next-there having been over 10,000
names added by the extra assessments.
Later Mexican advices report that Maxi?
milian will put himself at the head ot the
army to light tho Liberals, and that he
considers his Empire safe. The garrison
at chihuahua has pronounced in favor
of Ortega, killed Gov. Ferrezas, and com?
pelled Juarez to dy to Elparaizo. This
news noell? confirmation.
Fernando Wood announces himself a
candidate for Congress in the Ninth Dis?
trict, lt is thought his admirable conduct
at the Philadelphia Convention, which
brought bim high praise from the conserv?
atives ot both parties, will insure his elec?
WASHINGTON, October 3. -The President
to-day made tho following appointments:
Albert G. Lawrence, of ltliodo Island, Mi?
nister resident at Costa Kiea; Madison E.
Hollister, of Illinois, Consul at Buenos
Ayres; Charles Dougherty, of Pennsyl?
vania, Consul at Londonderry.
Tho Attorney-General, in response to the
inquiry of tho President on the subject,
has given an'opinion to the effect that the
President cannot separate the districts for
the collection of tax on cotton from dis?
tricts for tim assessment and collection of
tax on Other products. This was the point
which the delegation of Southern cotton
factors and planters presented in their
memorials to the President a few days
since. Tho Secretary of the Treasury has
also denied the applications to have bound?
aries of collection districts changed, on
the ground that it would take longer for
now appointees to qualify, select and in?
struct their assistants, than it would for
the present officers to appoint a sufficient
number of assistants and deputies. All
tho officers of tho Internal Keveline De?
partment South have taken the oath of
office, excepting one in Texas.
NEW YORK, October 3-Noon, (?old A7J.
Cotton quiet, at 42@44. Flour dull and
drooping. Wheat nominally lc. lower.
Pork steady, at $33.37<??:33.40. Lard steady,
at ltUft?lSi. Sterling unchanged.
7 P. M. -Gold 4SA. Cotton, heavy, at a
decline of K<?2c, with sales of 1,500 bales;
uplands 41; Orleans 43. Wheal nominal,
at2@3c. lower. Pork easier, atl $33@35.
Milgar steady; Muscovado lOAftjillJ.
MOBILE, October .J.-Cotton sales, to?
day, >,iH)0 bales; middlings 3D. Gold in
demand. Market quiet and linn.
NEW ORLEANS, october 3.-Cotton less
firm, at '.:1';.40. Superfine Hour, $11.50.
Mixed* corn.S3. Pork $35. Gold 40.
LIVERPOOL. October 1.-Sales of cotton,
to-day, 30,Uotib:?C??sidd?ug uplands 144<L
Consols S'JA. FivViRventies, 70j.
LIVERPOOL. October 2.-Cotton sales, to?
day, 30,000 bales; middling uplands Iud.
Consols unchanged. Five-twenties 71j.
Ireland-the Jews-Sin- Soutli.
When we cast our eyes over th" world,
and see the complete dispersion of the
Jews among all the nations of the earth
thick in almost every city, and represented
in almost every town and hamlet, it is
amazing to luarn, as we do from an Eng
glish paper, that th? census of 1801 deve
lopes the fact that in the South-west of
Ireland, containing a population of nearly
3,000,000, there were but two Jews, one in
Munster and the other I.I Connaught.
This fact is, at its first annunciation, sur?
prising, but the explanation is hy no means
difficult. It is the poverty of that portion
of Ireland that repels these adventurous
and enterprising commercial people. In
other portions of Ireland, where the people
are thrifty, industrious and prosperous,
the Jews are more numerous. Bad Govern?
ment has, for centuries, been the curse of
Ireland. A mere dependency of England,
her people, fall of genius and generous
fervor, are vet wanting in the qualities
of adaptability and ductility. Theirgonitis
is not for practical statesmanship. They
are deficient in those internal harmonies
without whicli self-government cannot he
maintained, and are too fond of their own
way to submit cheerfully to foreign rule.
They will neither govern themselves nor
allow others to govern thom. Disquiet
and convulsion appear inseparable from
that seat of genius, wit and ill-directed pa?
triotism, and where disquiet and convul?
sion prevail and continue, business can
never prosper. Terrible, indeed, must be
the industrial condition of the portion of
Ireland we have alluded to, when the Israel?
ites avoid it. Neither climate, "distance,
danger nor any other causes, deter t'/era
from settling in a country in which they
can turn a penny. Whe'ro there are no
Jews, there is no money to be made.
Where there are no rice fields, there are
no black-birds; where there is no wild
celery, there aro no canvass-back ducks;
where there aro no- wild oats, there are no
Mora-so whoro there is no trade, there
are no Jews.
We bail their presence in such numbers
in the Southern States as an auspicious
sign. Instead of ? diminishing here, they
li*.ve probably increased. In t ins city, nu?
merous squares-almost entire streets
aro monopolized by them, and a soberer,
steadier, or more industrious and law- ,
abiding class of population does not exist.
They interfere with noone, mind their own
business, observe their religions ceremo?
nies, and pursue their own peculiar enjoy?
ments and Indulgences. We hope they !
may never >$ive us. When they do, we
shall begin tb fear that we are given over '
to ruin-that what a distinguished ex
Governor would call the '"doom of Dever- 1
god" awaits us. If there is to bo a new :
Jerusalem, let Kichmond be the place'. :
The Hartford Press nominates ,
Gen. Burnside for the next Presi?
dency, with Gen. Logan* of Illinois,
for Vice-President. It states that the
Fiast is entitled to the next Presi?
dency, and that Gen. Burnside is
"one of the purest and noblest men
in public lifo."
The London Era devotes consider?
able of its space each, week to a dis?
cussion of Blind Tom's musical
talent. It pronounces his feat of
playing three different tunes at the
same t me "a task beyond civilization,
sane people generally, and the entire
?fftn ?II rf BI '"hi rP II i mi/ - rn ultimum"^
THREATENED "RAID" FROM EAST
TENNESSEE TO VLRGIN??.-We hove
been pained to learn from the Abing?
don Virginian that a state of things
is existing in East Tennessee calcu?
lated to excite the deepest anxiety on
the part of the conservative clement
of that unfortunate section. For a
time, the liveliest hopes were enter?
tained that harmony would, by de?
grees, be restored, and that those
who had been enemies in war would
again becqme friends in peace; but
we fear such hopes are destined to be
very short lived. The radical ele?
ment in several Of the Counties of
Upper Tennessee is becoming very
restive, and unmistakable evidences
arc being developed that this ever
restive class of citizens are looking
about for a pretext to make a de?
scent upon the former "rebel" popu?
lation of that section. The pretext
for this movement, which is fast
moving to a development, is that the
people of South-western Virginia
contemplate a movement upon East
Tennessee with the refugees from that
section, to re-instate them in their
now despoiled homes.
The report of a contemplated raid
from South-western Virginia into
East Tennessee, says thc Virginian, is
known by the base fabricators of it
to be false, maliciously false, and is
only a ruse adopted by the basest of
the baser sort of men to excite their
less suspecting neighbors, and re-in?
augurate a system of rapine, murder
and robbery upon innocent men, who
have returned to their homes upon
assurances of protection.
HORACE GREELKY'S HISTORY OF THE
WAK.-The second volume of Horace
Greeley's History of the War lias just
appeared. In concluding a hasty
review of the work the New York
But with all his shortcomings, Mr.
Greeley is the best historian of the
war as yet-the most valuable in mat?
ter, the most diligent, the best in
point of literary execution. Until
he is superceded, we shall have to
consult him, as we do the Tory his?
torian Alison for recent transactions
in Europe. We may be vexed by his
incompleteness and his distortions;
but in vhat other form so accessible
can we find so great a body of suc?
cinctly recited facts? No part of his?
tory is so useful, and at the same time
so difficult to learn, as that which
immediately precedes our own times.
Able and fastidious men disdain t<
build with such imperfect and crum?
bling materials; and the consequence
is that this portion of history is toe
often abandoned to literary hacks and
spiritless compilers. Mr. Greeley is
a man of uncommon vigor of faculties
and incisiveness of style; and until
somebody shall bring better qualifica?
tions to tlie task, we suppose wt
must be thankful to him fora history
written -by a mau of talents.
POLITICAL PROSPECTS IN ILLINOIS.
A despatch from Springfield says:
Lette, s from all parts of the Statt
bring very cheering intelligence ii
regard to political matters. The cam
paigu ia prospering finely, and Wu
Democracy and conservatives ar<
making a vigorous fight, and Novem
ber next will exhibit splendid result
to the astonished radicals. A lette
from Galena says that there will bi
heavy Democratic gains in the Thin
District, which makes the chances o
Air. Washburne's re-election rathe
doubtful; also, that in the Counties o
Jo Daviessand Stevenson, the Demo
crats and conservativos will carry thei
County tickets aDd members of the Le
gislature. A number of prominen
citizens of this County, formerly Re
publicans, have avowed themselves ii
favor of Mr. Johnson's reconstructs
policy, and declared their intention
hereafter, to support tho Democrats
and conservative ticket. Such occur
rences are now taking place tlaib
throughout central and Southern Uli
nois. The conservatives and bette
portion of the Republican party ar
becoming disgusted with the out
rageous conduct of the radical lead
ers, and are leaving the party as rat
do a sinking ship.
THE UNITED STATES WANTS A:
ISLAND.-The foreign letter-writer
have found a mare's nest. Th
United States Government is said t
feel the want of au island in th
Mediterranean, and has besought th
Sultan of Turkey for one for tho pm
pose of a naval post, for coal, store!
?tc. As such a matter would be coi
temptible without concurrent inc
dent, the chroniclers make ont tin
the subject of the island has give
rise to much diplomacy, and thr
France and England both urge th
Sultan not to give it to Unelo Sa>
lu considering the question, howeve
we must not forget what the Sulta
owes to England and France ft
saving his bones from tho Russia
bear, and, furthermore, the cozy hoi
Gobbing which is constantly going c
between Uncle Sam and the Bea
The argument seems strongly again;
the island, but can Uncle Sam 1
The immense emigration to tl
United States is beginning to she
its effects in the want of laborers
Europe. This is so true that a gre
part of the harvesting througho
Germany has been carried on almo
exclusively by women. Laborii
men were not to be had, and wom<
were obliged to take the scythe, tl
sickle and the pitchfork. But worn?
have worked more or less in the fie
in Germany from the earliest tim?
There ia in Pekin a "House with
Chicken Feathers," where houseless
vagabonds may sleep for one mill (the
tenth part oi a cent) a night. In an
immense hall, the floor is covered two
or three feet with chicken feathers.
The customers are introduueed into
this hall and take the first place they
can find; they disappear in the fea?
thers as if they were in water. All
ages and both sexes lio pell-mell to?
gether. Over this downy bed hangs
a canopy as large as the hall itself ;
the canopy is made of felt, and is
perforated with as mauy oval holes as
the hall may contain sleepers. When
the. hour is struck fer the closing of
doora, this canopy is lowered to the
floor. Every sleeper hastens to thrust
his head through a hole, in order to j
breathe fresh air and escape being
suffocated by the feathers. At the
hour of rising, a gong sounds, and
each sleeper pulls his head out of the
hole, to avoid being strangled by the
canopy, which is pulled up to the
ceiling by blocks and pulleys. This
secures the waking of all the lodgers.
They then go to the office and pay
their mill for their night's lodgings.
HtNGUXiAR TYPOGKAPIIICAL BOTTN
DERS.-Odd mistakes arc sometimes
made in type-setting by the omission
of a letter, or the substitution of one
letter for another. A despatch from
the West, which wo find in one of our
exchanges, reads: s
"We have Montana papers to thc
9th of August. The grass-hoppers
have destroyed everything green in
Deer Lodge Valley, except the grass
and widows." *
In another paper, the despatch has
"willows" for "widows." We sup?
pose by the time the despatch re?
turns to when- it originated, it will
read: "The grass-hoppers have de?
stroyed every green thing, except thc
A despatch fo the Philadelphia
Ledger says: Hon. John P. Hale will
be recalled from Madrid as soon as a
suitable successsor can be appointed.
The rotary principle is to be applied
to him, as it will be soon to others of
our representatives abroad.
Five hundred applications for pa?
tents and sixty-eight caveats were
filed in the Patent Office last week.
Two hundred and twenty-two new j
patents were granted.
THE GriLiiOTiNE.-The knife is j
falling and heads are fulling in every i
direction.-Syracuse- (N. Y. ) Journal.
Let 'em roll. They were never of
any account.-Louisville Journal.
The relatives and friends of Mr. and ,
Mrs. G. It. STARLING and family are re?
spectfully invited t? attend the funeral ser?
vices of the former, at his residence on 1
Main street, THIS MORNING, at it o'clock.
The members ol' Palmetto Lodge No. 5,
I. 0. O. F., and other Lodges, are respect?
fully invited to attend.
MAYOR'S OFFICE, |
COLUMBIA, October 3, 1800.
ALL REAL ESTATE OWNERS within
the corporation having open wells on
their premises are hereby rccpiired to have
the samo properly covered or enclosed im?
mediately, or it will be done hy the city
authorities, at the expense of the said
owners. THEO. STARE, Mayor.
_ Oct, 4 6
THIS is to inform my friends, in the city
and country, that my business engage?
ment with Shiver & beckham ceased to
exist on the 22d August. 18GG.
Oct 4 3* _JOHN S. BATES.
ni ami no.
?/OQ^'X TnE ?NDERSIGNED
M^ 'jHB^Sfr "limed POPULAR HOTEL,
i i-TT^^^y-t'i)^^^ leavo to inform her
former patrons and the traveling public
generally that she will be prepared for tho
RECEPTION OF VISITORS on and after
September 3, 18G6.
The table will be supplied with the best
tho markots afford, and no effort spared
tomakeit A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
MRS. D. C. SPECK,
Columbia, S. C., September 1; 18GG.
Oct 4 3mo
MAIN ST., NEXT TO J. dr T. K.
Mil SM, I
IFRENCH MERINO, i
' AMERICAN MERINO,
PLAID and BLACK ALPACAS, I
SWISS MUSLIN, i
Our stock of Ready-mah ( \
('OST, to close that department.
THE PRESENT VOLUME OF GREEN?
BACK. CURRENCY.-On the first of Sep?
tember, 18G6, the whole amount of
United States paper money in circu?
lation was 8871,515,559, of which
8555,115,732 were legal tenders,
8289,015,828 national bank notes,
and 826,483,998 fractional currency.
It appears that while the legel tender
currency has been reduced 89,024,
72G, and the fractional currency
8850,907, during the last three
months, there has been an increase
of 811,010,154 in national bank notes.
The amount of national bank notes
to be issued, before the 8300,000,000
prescribed bylaw shall be reached, is
now about 8?0,000,000.
OMINOUS.-Under the above cap?
tion, the Norfolk (Va.) Old Dominion
has the following:
"Southern ladies do not talk to
anything like the same extent as in
former years. What does it mean?
Are we wron..* in classing this pheno?
menon among the signs of the times?
We believe it is the result of a mys?
terious solemnity that has in the last
few years of trial and mighty events
crept over the world. Levity is not
as wide-spread. Men and women
look now more in earnest, work
harder, do more towards carrying out
tho end of their being. We may be
wrong; but such are our convictions,
in spite o? the wickedness abroad in
SNOW LAST EVENING.-The weather
has gone all wrong. Last evening,
when the stars should have been
shining, there came upon us a snow
storm. This was at 11:30 p. m. Be?
tween floods of rain, storms of hail,
bridges washed away, and a general
destruction of property of private
parties and corporations, this snow
storm is the finale, the culminating,
the winterest of all our week's disas?
ters.-Louisville Democrat, 2~lh nit.
Phillips threatens the block and
the axe; Brownlow tho torch and
turpentine; Forney, impeachment;
Sherwood, murder; Stevens, the pen?
itentiary of hell. This specimen
statesmanship of tho radicals, says
the Argus, ought to make holders of j
United States securities rush to the
polls next November to keep those
statesmen in power.
A special despatch from Memphis
to the Louisville Courier, dated 27th
ult., says the late rams have destroy- j
ed the cotton crop in North Arkan
sas, Mississippi, Alabama and Ten
WAN TE D,
100,000 LOS, OLD METAL ! !
-1 Q CENTS per pound paid i'm- BRASS,
For large quantities, a higher cash price
will be paid by
s. E. sm A rroA.
Assembly street, one door from Gervais.
Oct 4 " Imo
(CHRONICLES OF THE SCHONBERG-I
J COTTA FAMILY, and the following, all
by the same author:
Diary of Kitty Treoylyan.
The Early Dawn.
Martyrs of Spain.
Wanderings over Bible Lands.
Cripple of Antioch. I
Tales and Sketches.
And a large variety of new and popular I
books on hand. JOS" Orders from the coun?
try will receive prompt attention. Address ;
'Oct 3 TOWNSEND & NORTH.
CITY TAX NOTICE.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, October 1, 18(iG.
TAXES on sales of Merchandize, Com?
mission and Auction Sales, &c, for tho
quarter ending October 1, aro due. and
prompt pavment of the same is requested
at this office. J. S. McMAHON,
Oct 2 12 Citv Clerk.
v A i. !
AGNEW'S GROCERY STORE.
LEAD THE LIST.
Shirts, Ties and Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Zephyr Hoods,
Hoop Skirts, Longcl?th,
Balmorals, Shawls, Cloaks,
?.-I, Linen, Tabie Damask,
( lotton Diaper,
Canton Flannel, ?fcc.
LO THING loi?. he sold out at
FORMERLY PLAIN STREET.
i lui nf Ttl, --- ,. -
UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE TEXT
A general assortment of STATIONERY, |
such as Slates, (?old ami Steel Pens, Copy j
Books, Drawing Paper, ('rayons. Letter,
Nott; and Cap Papers, Envelopes, of all j
sizes. Drawing Pencils.
BLANK BOOKS, of all sizes.
JUVENILE BOOKS a new variety.
MEDICAL and LAW BOOKS. Forsale at
J. .1. McCARTER'S Bookstore,
opposite Columbia Law Bange.
Oct 3 li. L. BRYAN.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JE\VEL1IY,|
.-o J. SULZBACHER .v CO. have on ?
yy-V hand a stock of the above g.ls, ;
?KK-afcwhich will hr disposed of at reason
ante rates. Mr. I. SULZBACHEB, acorn- '<
petent watch-maker and jewellor, is con?
nected with the establishment, and will
repaii promptly and in tu.- best manner,
all WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY
entrusted to them.
OLD GOLD and SILVER bought.
HAIR JEWELRY made to order.
Sept 27 tlj ;
Sale of Machinery, Materials, Etc.,
At the State Works, Greenville, S. C.,
On WEDNESDA )', October 17, I860.
BY virtue of authority vested in the
Commissioners by the Legislature of
South Carolina, at its recent special ses
sion, the terms of this sale, instead of being
sixty days' time, as heretofore published,
will be as follows:
Sums of and under $100, cash; from $100
to $500, sixty days; over $">0O, une and two
years, in equal instalments. The credit
purchases to bear interest from date, ami
tobe secured with approved sui. ties.
C. J. ELFORD,
Secretary to Commis'rs State Works,
Sept 30 ?; Oreen ville, .s. c.
Ai* All papers that were authorized to
publish the previous notice of the sale, will
copy this notice six t imes dailv, and forward
bill to C. .1. ELFORD, Secretary.
Scott & !McMaster3
NO. r, LA W RAN (IE,
(?EX ERAL IXSLRUCE AC EATS,
REPRESENT the following FIRST
CLASS EIKE INSURANCE COMPA?
NIES, licensedbv tin; Comptroller-General
of the State:
Empire State of Georgia, at Augusta.
Valley of Virginia, at Winchester.
.Etna, of New York city.
Insurance and Savings of Virginia, at
Bisks taken both m the city and country,
and losses liberally adjusted and promptly
paid. Sept 30 0 "
Just Received I
Copperas, Bock Lime, ?tc. For sale low
by S. T. McCAUGHRIN ?fe CO.,
Main st., between Taylor and Blanding.
Sept 29 ' ti
CHEESE LJL&D !
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE.
ARRIVED per Express THIS DAY:
English Dairy CHEESE.
Extra LARD. For sale low bv
Sept 26 ALFRED TOLLESON.
C. BOESHEN. Tailor,
WOULD respectfully inform his
i friends that he. bas taken the shop
Iformerlv occupied by C. 1>. Eberhardt,
-on Washington street, and is prepared
to MAKE SUITS or PARTS WE SEWS
for gentlemen, in thc beststvle. Cove him
a call. S,-pt 22
BAGGING AND ROPE.
1 AA COILS half-inch MANILLA ROPE.
JLUU 10,0(10 yards of GUNNY and other
BAGGING, 14 inches wide and weighing 2i
lbs. per yard-bought previous to the late
advance, and will be sold at LOWEST
MARKET RATES bv
Sept 22 j _ WM. MoGUINNIS.
GENERAL STOCK OF
THE subscriber offers for sale, at
^TAand BELOW COST, his entire stock
of HARDWARE, without reserve,
^ * ^consisting in part of the following
Ames' Long and Short Handle Shovels.
" " " v " Spades.
" " '. '. Manure
25 doz. genuine Collins' Axes.
100 kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Door Locks-a general assortment.
Screws, Chisels and Augers.
Mill and Hind Files.
Hatchets, Hammers and Broad Axes.
Butt and Strap Hinge s.
Trace Chains and Axle Grease.
Hollow-ware of all styles, Ac.
' A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Sept ti Gmo On Plain street.
A NEW and completo assortment just
An elegant assortment of FISHING
TACKLE-Rods, Reals, Bobs, Hooks,
Linos, &c. At LOW PRICES.
P. W. KRAFT,
Washington street, opposite old Jail.
N. ?.-Manufacturing and repairing
substantially and nt ativ executed.
May 2G * \1
ALL persons having demands against
tho estate of tho Kev. SAML 1 OWN
SEND, deceased,-will present them pro
perlv proven, to the undersigned; and per?
sons indebted to said estate Will make
immediate payment to
MARTHA J. TOWNSEND,
Adm'x of Rev. S. Townsend.
My son, S. C. TOWNSEND, at Townsend
& North's Bookstore, is my agent.
Aug 2 th3mo
By LEVIN & PELXOTTO.
THI8M0BNI?G, 1th inst., ut lOo'clock. w*
will poll, at our store, without reserve
10 bbl?. Flour.
10 " Northern Potatoes.
Boxes bourbon Whiskey.
Madeira and Sherry Wine.
Segara, Smoking Tobacco.
Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
.V variety cf seasonable Dry doods.
Sale positive- without lindi. Oct 4
Books al Public Audi on.
By LEVIN & PELXOTTO.
THIS MORNING, 1th mst., we will sell, at
nt our store, previous to the above sale,
250 volumes BOOKS, belonging to a pri?
vate library. Also, a variety of School
Books Among the former are many valu?
able aud desirable tvorks. ('),-t 1
Cargo <<deof English ls!,un! Sugars omi
By RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
ON MONDAY, October 8, at ll o'clock a.
m., we will offer bv auction, :it Kerr's
The CARGO of sehr. '-Mary K. Banks,"
from Barbados, W. [., consisting of:
13 hhds. very ehoii e Grocery SU??HI ->?
14 tierces superior English Island Mo?
88 puncheons superior English Island
0 bbls. superior English Island Molass. s
These lots of Sugars and Molasses are
superior to any imported into this market
fer some years past, and are well worth the
attention of purchasers.
fttT Terms at sale.
Charleston, S. (' , October IS(?G
? Oct* 4
THE undersigned respectfully in?
form their former friends, anti the
public in general, that they have
formed a copartnership, bv the name
of EISENMANN & EBERHARDT, for the
purpose of making up CLOTHING, tn the
latest style and at the shortest notice.
They have just arrived from the North
with a large and well selected stock ol
CASSIMERES, BROADCL? >THS, VEST?
We have removed from our toriner stain!
to Main strei t, in Mr. M. Ehrlich's new
store. North ?d' Mr. .). C. SeegersV
.I. E. Kl S KN MANN,
Sept27}lmo C. I). EBERHARDT.
VERY CHOICE H?MS!
SIDE AM) Sliome BACON!
BBEA$T~PIECE$ & LARD!
WHITE & YELLOW CORN!
OATS, HAY, &C.
THE subscribers would
..all the attention of their
?customers and the public to
'the several choice brands of
tSugar-cured HAMS and su?
perior BACON, N KW FLOUR from nev
wheat, and other articles mentioned above;
together with many other articles of Fami?
ly Supplies, received and still coming in
all of which will be sold at LOWEST CASH
JOHN EDWARD BRYCE bavin- been
associated with me in the business from
the first of this month, it will hereafter bo
conducted in the name of
ROBERT RRVOE & SON,
Sept 23 ?ii Nos. 5 and (i Bryce's Range.
AT retail or bv thc piece, bv the agents,
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
100 Lbs. Butter,
FROM the farm of Stephen Gibson. F.
sale b\ FISHER .v LOWRANCE.
gpognu HAYING resumed tho
S?jBnB^^^JIparod to execute all kinds
of work in thc above line at the shortest
notice and most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
hand. Funerals promptly attended.
M.* H. BERRY,
At Brennan & Carroll's Carriage Factory .
Pistols! Pistols! Pistols!
At (he Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
TUST received, a large assortment of
, PISTOLS, embracing the most desira?
ble made in this country.
A full assortment of Powder. Shot, Caps,
Cartridges, tva, and for sale cheap by
Aug '?0 JOHN C. DIAL.
C. I>. MELTON. Ii. W. sn.VXD. S. W. MELTON.
MELTON & SH AND,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Equity,
UNIONVILLE, s C.
OFFICE (for the present) in tho base?
ment of the Court House.
Aug 24 *mo
PARLOR MATCH ! !
SOLD to the TRADE CHEAPER than
anv other Match of the kind in market.
Sept 5 2mo CALNAN & K REUPER.
Straw Cutters! Straw Cutters!
.1/ (he Sign of the Calden Pad-Lock.
TUST received, a large variety of Straw
and Stalk CUTTERS, and for sale low
by .RHIN C. DIAL.
Fresh-ground South Carolina Flour!
CHEAP NORTHERN FLOUR.
G barrels APPLES.
Sept 21 .RUIN C. SE EOE RS .v CO.
A FRESH LOT OF CRACKERS!
SODA, Milk, Butter, Lemon and Ginget
Snaps, received this day.
Sept 23 JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO,
CASKS Joungers & Co.'s EDIN?
BURGH. J. C. 8EEGEBS & CO.