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^ Calilo Dc ?pa trites.
JUMADIUD, October 3.-Sorrano will
uot go to Madrid, because the na?
tional guard which holds that city re?
fuse admission to ino regular troops
which she commands.
.FXOHENCB, Uctober 3.-Signor Sco
vasso has boen appointed Italian Mi?
nister to Mexico, by "Victor Emanu?
el's permission. Scovasso will also
act for.Franco at the Mexican .oapi
tal. _ ._
Sow* itero a.
WASHINGTON, October 8.-Gen.
Sibloy's roport of tdio Camilla affair
is withheld from tho reporters. It is
stated that tho first roport telegraph?
ed from Bainbridge is, in many re?
spects, supported. Tho report reached
headquarters of the Freedmen's Bu
roau on Tuesday.
NEW YOBK, October 3.-At a meet?
ing of Irishmen, in Fifth District,
George Francis Train was nominated
for Congress, in opposition to John
Gen. McOlellnu arrived last night.
Ile was welcomed by about 12 000
people. His appearance caused great
NEW ORLEANS, October 3.-Tho
Storni of wind and rain has abated
but little, and serious apprehensions
for tho safety of three steamers from
Galveston and several from'Now York,
now over duo, are felt.
Tho Democratic State Convention
adjourned last evening, having filled
the electoral ticket with eligible men
and nominated Congressional candi?
dates for four districts, but none, as
yet, for the fifth.
MoNfaoMERY, October 3.-On Fri?
day, tho House turned out a Demo?
crat aud admitted a Republican to his
seat Tho Republican was a candi?
date in Jones County, and claimed a
seat from that County. Tho Demo?
crat was from Fayetto County. The
Legislature abolished Jones County,
and thon tho Republican claimed his
seat from Fayetto County. The ma?
jority of tho Committee reported that
the Democrat was elected by over 700
majority, and that his contestant was
not a candidate against him at all.
PHILADELPHIA, October 3.-Col. J.
W. Forney presided at tho Conven?
tion of tho boys in bluo. Twelve to
fifteen thousand persons were in tho
procession, which included local
CHARLESTON, October 3.-Sailed
Steamer Manhattan, New York.
FINANCIAL, AND CtWIM RUC I AL.
NEW YOBK, October 8-Noon.
Flour a shade firmer for low, dull for
other grades. Wheat-choice firmer
for spring, heavy for winter. Corn
lc. lower. Mess pork 28.50. Lard
dull. Cotton firmer, at 27. Gold
7 P. M.-Munoy market broke
down, closing at 3@5. Gold stronger,
at 40J-.?. Governments firm. Cotton
firmer; sales 2,500 bales, at 27. Flour
steady. Wheat firmer. Corn-West?
ern mixed email@example.com. Mess pork
28.65. Lard quiet. Freights un?
BALTIMORE, October 3.-Cotton
very firm, at 27. Flour dull. Wheat
dull-primo red firstname.lastname@example.org.
.NEW ORLEANS, October 3.-Cotton
advanced-middling 25>;i; sales 1,200
bales; receipts 1,440. Sugar and
molasses unchanged. Flour-super?
fine email@example.com; treble extra 8(aj,9.75;
choice firstname.lastname@example.org. Com 97^(?>1.02.
Mess pork 30.50. Bacon firmer
shoulders 13%@13: clenr 16%. Lard
19J.<@21J<?. Gold 39.
MOBILE, October 3.-Sales of cot?
ton 1,000 bales; market firm-mid?
dlings 24).<; receipts 1,173.
SAVANNAH, October 3.-Cotton
opened quiet and closed firm; sales
300 bales; receipts 1,360-middlings
AUGUSTA, October 3.-Cotton mar?
ket firmer, closing with active in?
quiry; sales 323 bates; receipts 259
CHARLESTON, October 3.-Cotton
opened staady, being excited, sellers
asking prices too high for buyers
.middlings nominally 24%; receipts
LONDON, Octobers-34P. M.-Con?
sols 94>?. Bonds
LIVERPOOL, October 3-3 P. M.
Cotton buoyant-uplands 10-?g@,10?? ;
Another railway across Ibo Alps,
besides that by way of Mount Cen is,
will soon be in operation. The third
section of the road by way of tho
Simpl?n, was opened on September
6th. This route, it is asserted, will
form the high road to India, since it
will terminate in tho hool of the
boot-shaped poniusula of Italy, nt
Brindisi, the most convenient port for
travelers bound for tho Isthmus of
The race horse Revenue, belonging
to Botts, has died possibly of its
owner. Botts is supposer? to have
roalizcd him during the recent con?
flict, when he ivan got by Union out
of Confederacy, both whioh Botts
mado to serve his turn.
Thru J Southern railroad presidents,
at a meeting hold in Richmond, on
the lat, agreed on n new schedule, in
order to securo more direot connec?
tions of Northern and Southern trains
Orders have been issued for a ana
pension of the sale of all Government
g;->v.-T?y?^^ ?wp TUMBI EWMH-.fcry<T??WW??g
j A.- Gnowju FKOM Tin: TENNESSEE
RADIOATJS.- Information received
from Ten?essei) states that tho radi
cals there ure deeply incensed at tho
appointment of Gon.Gordou Gran?
ger to command thut department
during tho absence of General G. H.
Thomas, and some of them openly
accuse the President of having de
I tailed Generul Thomas on the Dyer
Court of Inquiry, for the special pur?
pose of placing General Granger in
commaud during the eomiug elec?
tions. So far HS his intention to
make room in that department for a
Democratic General is concerned, it
may be meutionod that abolit a
mouth ago a delegation from Ten?
nessee waited on the President, to
induce him to remove Gen. Thomas
from tho chief command. The Presi?
dent, it is said, gave these gentlemen
no encouragement to hope that he
would comply with their request,
aud the delegation left under tho im?
pression that they had been unsuc?
cessful in their mission. In taxiug
the President with having detailed
General Thomas on special duty, ex?
pressly to fill the temporary vacancy
with General Granger, it must be
borne in mind Unit officers who aro
assigued to special duties, are gene?
rally detailed by tho Secretary of
War, and the officers composing the
court of inquiry were thus detailed,
although thc order directing the
court to be convened was issued by
tho President. If, therefore, any de?
sign to place Kentucky and Tennes?
see nuder Democratic influence, is
attributed to the President, it seems
fair to suppose that Gen. Schofield
should como in for his share in the
transaction.-JVeio lrork Herald.
THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. -The
meeting of tho Republican Conven?
tion for the Second Congressional
District on Thursday night, ended in
a bolt on tho part of tho friends of
Epping und Jenks. When the bolt?
ers had departed, tho Rowen party,
which consisted of tho Charleston
delegation and a part of tho delega?
tions from Collotou and Barnwell,
went to work. Col. J. B. Dennis
called the meeting to order, and R.
B. Elliott, colored, took the chair.
Daddy Cain presented tho namo of
C. C. Bowen as tho candidate of the
party for member of Congress from
tho Second District, pledging his
"wealth, talent and popularity" to
secure the nomination of that indi?
vidual. Bowen received an unani?
mous vote. Some complimentary
nominations were made. P. J. Mo?
ses, Jr., declined a nomination, and
Mr. E. W. AL Mackey nominated
United States Marshal j. P. M. Ep?
ping, who, being absent, did not re?
spond. Wbeu tho nomination of
Bowen became an accomplished fact,
speeches were made by Moses and
other leaders of the party. Bowen
was carried on tho shoulders of his
Blipporters to a larger room, where a
mass meeting was held.
The bolters,also went to work on
their owu account. Epping and
Jenks were in nomination, tho for?
mer receiving three votes, and tho
latter twenty-six votes. Jeuks was
then declared the nominee for mem?
ber of Congress for thu Second Con?
gressional District. Enthusiastic
speeches were made by Jenks (white,)
and Wright (black.)
There is no expectation that the
breach in tho party will be healed,
and both candidates, in all probabili?
ty, will run.-Charleston News.
DANCING.-A wateriug-plaec cor?
Dancing at Stowe does not seem to
be very greatly in vogue, mainly
owing, perhaps, to tho scarcity of
gent leinen. Still, informal hops aro
gotten up at the hotel, which has an
excellont ball-room. Somo very in?
tellectual conversation may there be
overheard. For instance, tho other
evening the following was forced on
my unwilling ear. I cannot claim to
give more than tho substance, for
the elegance and spirit of the original
have somehow evaporated from my
He-"Will you waltz?"
She-"Oh, charmed, I'm sure."
She-"No; plain, please."
Ho-"Do you reverse?"
He-"Shall I carry your trail?"
Sho-"No, thunke; yes, on secoud
thought, you may, please."
Ho-"Boston dip, perhaps?"
She-"As you ploaso."
And off they went; and after they
had run down, they continued:
She-"Fond of daucing?"
He-"Oh, very. I dance to much;
I know I do; physician tells me so."
Sho-"Why don't you desist?"
He-"How can I when you are
near?" (With an idiotic expression
She-"Oh, what flattery!"
He-"No, upon honor. Dance tho
German with you?"
Sho (carefully examining her
tablet, which is quite void of names:)
"Well, yes. Going?"
He-"Yes; must tear myself away.
TWENTY-FOUB HOUBS FROM INDIA.
A mercantile honse in Boston lately
received a dispatch dated Calcutta,
September 21, which had been less
than twenty-four hours on its way,
and which reported the fact that their
?hip Was reaay on that dato to sail
I Th?iftnd?Mlgiod?.h?Ting Bold his entire I
intero8t in tho Hotel known as tho "NICE- |
BKfiON HOUSE," in . Columbia, St 0.,
would tako great ploatmre in rccommond- j
in g hia frionde to continuo their pat ron ago
ip tho new Proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT baa had chargo of the
Hotel for mo, for a yenr past, and will
continuo to have tho entire management
i-f tho Hotel, undor tho now arrangement.
1 fool assured that tho House will niaiu
tain ita former reputation ao a first-class.
Hotol. T. 8. NICKERSON.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September 1, 18G8.
If You Want
TO BE SUITED WITH A GOOD PAIR OF
GLASSES go to
Sign ot Oreen Specks, Main street.
If You Wish
A GOOD WATCH OR CLOCK go to
Sign of Green Specks, Main street.
If You Desire
ANY GOOD JEWELRY OR SILVERWARE
gb to ISAAC BULZBACHER,
Sign of Green Speck*, Main street.
Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips,
AND FINE GOSHEN CHEESE,
at G. D1ERCKS.
KUKUT on hand. July 1H
~ HENRY TAHLR,
FRENCH PAINTER. HOUSE
?gj??PAINTING and Decorating, Paper
f>523? Hanging, Ac, executed with
neatness and despatch.
PLASTERING and general House Re?
pairing. Oflice on Boundary atrcot, one
square East of Main. July 2(5
BB LS. SODA BISCUIT.
" Sugar Crackers.
" Ginger Schnapps.
" Butter Crackers.
Also, Fancy Crackern, Egg Biscuit,
Cream Biscuit. Nonpareil Biscuit, Ac, for
Hale hy J. St T. lt. AGNEW.
Dillon's Cotton Ties.
AFULL supply of DILLON'S IRON
COTTON TIES constantly on hand
and for salo low, at wholesale and rotail,
hy J. A T. R. AGNEW.
IrtRESH- MUSHROOM, Cream, Edin?
burgh, Hutt? r, Jumbles, Giuger Snaps,
Soda, Ac, for salo hy
Sept 12 GEORGE SYMMERS.
(T-TTTV FACTOR AND COMMIS-CT-T
tVjL?SION MERCHANT, 102 FustMOA^
BSSS??aBay, Charleston, S. C. ITT?!^
Particular attention given to tho salo
and shipping of Sea Island and Upland
Liberal advances made on consignments
for sale in this market, or for shipment.
Srpt 8 tul8
Seed Rye and Oats.
FOR SALE BY
Aug 2'J FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Sugars and Coffee.
-I /\ HUDS. PORTO RICO SUGARS,
WP GO bbla. Refined Sugars,
75 hags Rio Coffee, all grades,
15 bags Java and Laguavra Coffee
For salo low hy E. St. G. D. HOPE.
milE HERMITS; hy Charles Kingsley.
JL Democracy in tho United States; hy
R. H. Gillett. J2.50.
Littlo Foxes; by Mrs. Harriet Stowe,
Tho Nilo Tributaries of Abyssinia, with
Map and Plates; hy Sir Samuel Baker.
BoaumarchaiB, an historical novel; hy
Brachvogel. Pr ico $2.
Capo Cod and All Alongshore; hy Nord?
Now Testament HiBtory; Dr. Smith.
Scott's Waverly Nov?la, London edition.
5 cents. Also, Dickens' Novels, aamo
prico, for sale at
BRYAN St McCARTER'S,
Candles and Soap.
-*/~v^ BOXES ADAMANTINE AND
LVJKJ SPERM CANDLES,
75 boxes Suportlno Washing and Toilet
Soaps. For aale low bv
Soptembor 16_E. St G. D. HOPE.
Flour ! Flour !
6>rvrV BARRELS and hags CHOICE
^UU FAMILY FLOUR, Bomo of
which ia superior to any in market.
For salo low hy .
September IC J. St T. R. AGNEW.
HAVING purchased tho Btock of the
lato Mr. P. Zestoriloth, on Waahinton
_ stroet, I havo ro-opened II?B SALOON.
I will keep on bund tho HnoBt assortmont
of WINES, LIQUORS and SUGARS. Freeh
LAGER nu draught. Tho public will pleaao
give me a call. W. STIEGLITZ.
OS-FREE LUNCH-?? will bo served
from ll to 1, Sopt 4
DRS. REYNOLDS &
REYNOLDS aro pre?
pared to furnish ARTI?
FICIAL TEETH on a larger scale
than heretofore, and at rates much
below the usual charges.
Their recent improvement, lately
patented, constitutes the highest
order of art in this speciality, and is
fully warranted. Dentares con?
structed by this process possess many
I advantages over gold plate work, and
can be supplied at about half the cost
of the latter.
An examination of specimens,
especially by those having experience
in such matters, is respectfully invit?
ed. Ordinary VULCANITE RUB
BER SETS ?25. The same, strength?
ened by gold bands, $35. Terms
cash. April 80 t
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Fall and Winter of 1868.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
av F OK c A s II . -sa
OUR PRICES ,
R. & W. C. SWAFFiELD,
Ford's Excelsior Magic Salve
CAN RE HAD OF ANY DRUGGIST.
FOED'S STOMACH BITTERS
CAN BE PROCURED AT
E. K. JACKSON'S Drug Storr.
Price-Ono Dollar; eix for Fivo Dollars.
OS" SPECIAL THUMS TO DEALERS. "Tia
FORD & CO.,
So. 1 Pine Street, Augusta, Ga.
POST OFFICE BOA', 45.
GREGG. PALMER & CO.,
BROKERS <& COMMIS. AGENTS,
JgUY and Bell GOLD,
Advance? made on COTTON.
GRAIN and COUNTRY PRODUCE sold
on commission. March 10
SAMPLES of the EMORY GIN. BROWN
GIN and CLEMENTS, BROWN &, CO.
GEORGIA GIN, in atoro and for salo by
Aug 12 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Purifies the Blood.
For Male by Druggist* Brerywhti e.
Sy?~\ BBL8. Choico Northern POTA
?\J TOES, just received and Tor salo
by J. & T. R. AGNEVY.
Sept 24 _
Bagging and Rope.
1AA PIECES GUNNY AND BORNEO
J. VJ VJ BAGGINO,
40 coils Groonleaf end Hemp Ropo.
For sale low by E. ?t G. D. HOPE.
Brrorula, or King's Evil, tu curod by
using Helnitsh's Queen's Delight.
A 1 WATCHES H0condTluin(lcd flltVER
OW GOLD anil .SILVER. At
8ept 30 L BULZBAOHER'S.
PINiS TlUSJS ??KDIAL.
?\xriSHART'S PINE TREE TAR COR
VT DIAL, for Consumption, Ac.
Stafford's Olivo Tar, for Bronchitis, I
Wistar'a Bals? m Wild Cherry.
Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Carmina?
Ayer's Chery Pectoral,
Stanley's Great Cough Remedy,
Thc famous Quaker Liniment.
AU ror sale by
FISHER <t HEINIT8H,
Juno ll _Druggists. _
State South Carolina-Richland Dist
TN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Horace L. Emery A Son vs. Albert It. Col?
WHEREAS, tho plaintiff did, on tho 2d
day of March, in tho year ono thou?
sand eight hundred and sixty-eight, tile
his declaration against tho defendant,
who (as it ia raid) is absout from and
without tho limits of this St afc, and bas
neither wife or attorney, known within tho
same, upon whom a copy of the said de?
claration might bo served.
It is thorefore, on motion of Packman
A, Waties, ordered, that tho said d?fen?
dant do appear and plead to the said de?
claration on or before the 3d day of MARCH,
in tho year of our Lord ono thousand
eight hundred and aixty-nino, otherwise
dual and absoluto judgment will then be
given and awarded against him.
D. B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Clerk's Oflice, Richland District, March
2, 1868. March 5 5q
lar Term, Superior Court.
Hilt for direction and distribution tn TJio
mas Superior Court,
Milton C. Smith, Administrator on Estate
of Mary Atkinson, cl al., va. Elijah Prin?
gle and \V. II. Pringle.
IT appearing to the Court that Mrs.
Mary Atkinson, late of Thomas Coun?
ty, Georgia, deceased, died in testa to,
without husband or child surviving her,
and that tho heirs-at-law of said deceased
are thc descendants of her brothers and
sisters, most of whom reside without and
beyond the limits of the State of Georgia,
and that the bill, in the above stated case,
cannot bo served on them personally, it is,
therefore, on motion, ordered by tho
Court, that service of said bill bc perfected
by publication, on Elijah Pringle, Elijah
McCoy, John E. Gorden, Jane Potter,
Nancy P. Chambers, Susan Anderson,
Sarah Wilder, John Pringle, Mary Scott,
Kennedy Pringle and William Pringlo, by
publishing this interlocutory decree once
a month for four months, before thc next
term of this Court, in some public gazette
of this State. And, it further appearing
that four of tho brothers and sisters of
said deceased-to wit, Sarah Pringle,
William Pringle, Elizabeth Pringlo and
Abram Pringlo, all died, leaving descend?
ants, tho names of many being unknown,
and who are or may bo interested in said
Estate, it is, therefore, further decreed
by this Court, that a copy of this decree bo
published in some newspaper once amonth
for four months proviona to tho next term
of this Court published each al tho capi?
tals of tho States of South Carolina, North
Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas,
that all tho relatives of said deceased who
may ho entitled to any of said Estate, may
come in and he made partnors and receive
their portion of said Estate.
June Term, 18G8.
AUG. H. HANSELL,
Judge S. C., So. Dist, of Ga.
A true extract from tho minutes of Tho?
mas Superior Court, August 20, 1868.
Clerk Supremo Court, T. C.
September HI _nio4
THE MORRIS COTTON GIN.
flMlE subscriber would inform Plantera
I that ho baa commenced the GIN
business again, and can lill a fow orders.
Those in want of Gina would do well to
speak early, aa a limited number will bo
made. Price $3.50 per saw. Terms caah
or city accoptanco. E. MORRIS.
University of South Carolina.
COLUMPIA, S. C.
THE next Soasion will begin
/IrWk^ou thc lirst MONDAY in Ooto
* "n'y^y^her. Thia University ?fters
^ttHfe*every advantage for thorough
JHEJ&P training iu tho Literary and
Scientific brandice, and iu the
Schools of Law and Medicino.
Tho aggregate expenses for tho ScsBion
of niuo months aro-For a Student in
three Literary or Scientific Schools, about
$290; for a Student in Law, about $2S0;
and, for a full courso iu tho Medical
School, about $370. These sums include
fccB for tuition and uao of library, board,
room-rent, fuel, lights and washing.
For Cataloguea, or further information,
addrosa Rev. C. BRUCE WALKER. Secre?
tary of Faculty. R. W. BARNWELL,
July IC %_Chairman of Faculty.
sm*. THIS institution ia located
/T/SsV *n ^u0 Wes.t, cloven miles
e=?j|?2pfeNorth of Abbeville C. H., and
^raKF*nmr miles from Donnald's Dc
Jygjy P(>*. on tho Greenville and Co
lamina Railroad. Tho country
is healthy, thc community moral and in?
telligent, and tho temptations to idleness
and vico few, compared with thoao that
exiat in towna and citiea.
The government of the College in pa?
rental and mild, tho courso of study full,
and strict attention to tho exercises of the
recitation room ia required.
Tho session opona on tho FIRST MON?
DAY of OCTOBER and closes on tho
SECOND WEDNE8DAY of JULY.
TEIIMS FOll THE COLLEGIATE YEAR.
Boarding, nor month. 12
Washing, Fuel and Lights, about. 20
Contingent Foo. 3
These payments are in ourrency, and
are required at tho beginning and middle
of the collegiate year, m advance.
For further Information apply to Rev.
R. C. GRIER, of tho Faoultv.
JAMES P. PRE88LY,
Secretary Board of Trustees.
Sept 10_<? ~" s4
NOTICE is hereby given that appli?
cation will bo made, in three months
from this dato, at the State Treasury, for
a rouowal of Certificate of Stato Stock,
No. C2, dated November 27, 1*7, to H. B.
Mills, or assigns-the original of which
has boon lost or destroyed.^ ^ jjILLB
ACOOBT 4, 1868. Aug7fm26 '
New Bav Mackerel.
On WHOLE AND HALF BARRELS
?JU NEW MACKEREL, for salo low by
Sept 17 E. k G. D. HOPE.
Milch Cow and Hogs.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I
win ucl!, cl thc Com L House,
1 Buntjrior English COW. Kohl for no
fanlt, thc owner removing from tho city.
3 fino young STOCK HOGS.
Terina cash. Oct 1
BY virtue of sundry writ? of fieri facias.
to mo dirootcd", I will Bell, on tho
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in Octo?
ber next, in iront of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within the legal hours, tho fol?
lowing property, via:
28? aerea o? LAND, in Richland Countv,
bounded on tho North and North-west by
Lands of JohnD. Frost, on thc North-east
by Lands of Gustavus Hoofer, on tho South
by Land? or William Dongles, and on tho
South-west by Lands formerly owned by
Dr. John H. Boatwright. Levied on as tho
property of Peter W. Kraft, at thc suit of
Charles Drown, et al., rs. Toter W. Kraft.
A tract of Land, containing 1,000 acres,
moro or leas, in Richland Countv, situated
on tho Conjrareo Rivor, about throe milos
below Columbia, and bounded as follows:
On tno North by Lands of Thomas Taylor,
South by Lands of L. D. Childs and E. J.
Arthur, East by South Carolina Railroad,
and West by Congareo River.
5 Mulos, 2 Horses, 1 Wagon, 2 Sets Har?
ness and 1 Heifer, levied on aa tho proper?
ty of 13. W. Taylor, at tho suit of Sallio
W. Tavlor vs. D." W. Tavlor.
Terms cash. i\ F. FRAZEE,
Sept 13 mth6 S. R. C.
TH0MA8 & BELL,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
ALL work in tho department of mecha?
nical construction executed with
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
AZlLE. By Mrs. Jane Cros?, $1.50
History* of a Mouthful or Bread
new edition. By Jean Mace, $1.75
The Servants of the Stomach. By same
Tho Maternal Management of Infancy,
for the Uso of Parents, 7'''C.
Tho Hermits. By tho Rev. Charles
New Testament Histor}-. By William
Smith, LL. D.-uniform with Old Testa?
ment history, soon to be. published, $2.
Tho Old World in its Now Face-impres?
sions of Europe in 18G7-G8. By Henry W.
Bellows. Volume 1, $1.75.
And manv other new Booka.
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN, Booksellers,
August 13 Columbia, S. C.
Molasses and Syrups.
C1UBA, Muscovado and New Orleans MO
) LASSES; also. Sugar House SYRUPS,
just received and for aalo low by
Sept Vi_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Salt, Salt, Salt.
E\f\f \ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, ex
t)V/VJ tra largo size, on hand ana for
salo, AT REDUCED PRICES, by
Sept20 J. AT. R. AGNEW.
2TIERCES OF TRIME CAROLINA
RICE. For salo low for cash.
_ August 8 FISHER-&LOWRANCE.
?)(\r\ CHOICE Canvassed HAM8, just
A\J\J received and for sale low by
Sept 24_J. & T. R. AGNEW
Russia Gin Bristles,
DRESSED and undressed, for 8alo by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
i)AA POUNDS COTTON GIN BRI8
?\J\J TEES, jn*t received and for salo
by J. &. T. B. AGNEW.
Ases, Axes, Axes.
-f f\f \ DOZEN host warranted AXES,
X VJ vj* just received and for B.ilo low, at
wholesale and retail, by
Sept 25_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Smoked Tongues, &c.
JUST rocoived, Extra New York Smoked
Fulton Market SPICED BEEF,
PIG HAMS, n ncai i vasse d, very ?ne.
For Bale low by GEO. 3YMMERS.
irW\ REAMS Grocer's WRAPPING
1\J\ 9 PAPER for salo at New York
prices. E. & G. D. HOPE.
Irish Potatoes, &c.
TUST RECEIVED DIRECT AND FOR
O BALE LOW.
25 bbls. NORTHERN POTATOES,
15 bbls. Hocker's Self-Raiaing Flour,
25 bbls. Sugars, assorted grades,
Frosh Canned Tomatoes, Salmon, Oya
tera, Pine Apples, ?fcc.
A full supply of those extra Now York
SUG Ut-CURED HAMS and BREAKFAST
BACON _GEO. SYMMERS.
And Milk Biscuits, at G. DIERCKS'.
Sopt 17_ _ _
NEW MACKEREL, in whole, half and
quarter b?rrela and kits, just re?eiyod
and for salo by_J. fe T. R. AGNEW.
Air-Tight Fruit Jars.-Steam Con?
ANEW, convenient, perfect, cheap pro
serving JAR, which aeoures all the
advantages of more costly Tins and Jara,
and easy in method. A few dozen for salo
by FISHER & HEIN PISH,
July 14 j_Druggists.
FINE Sugar-cured Breakfaat STRIPS.
Freali LEMONS and NEW FLOUR.
G. PIERCES, at Boogara' old stand.
D. W. HAWTHORNE,
Broker and Commission Merchant,
WALHALLA, 8. C., and Honea Path,
8. C., will attend to all bueincsa
untrusted to his care at either place.
T I BER AL CASH ADVANOE8 made ou
? j COTTON consigned to JAMES W.
THARK, New York, by applying to
September 18 85 E. & G. D. HOPE.