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LONDON, November 0.-Tho Ma?
drid correspondent of the Times says j
the Spanish crown will probably be
tendered to Espartero.
Tho British Parliament is ic 1
dissolved on tho 11th inst., and new
elections will be ordered to com?
mence on the 10th. The new Parlia?
ment, it is reported, will be sum?
moned to assemble on the 9th of
December, when the policy of the
Government on the questions at ?
issue will be announced. It is ex?
pected that Eight Hon. John Evelyn
Dennisou will be elected Speaker.
The proceedings of Parliament will
be snch, it is believed, as to foroe the
Premier to tender his resignation by
the 21st, and the holiday adjourn?
ment will then give ample opportu?
nity for the formation of a new Cabi?
net.
now? Alema.
CHARLESTON, November 8.-Ar?
rived-Sohooner Lavinia Bell, New
York; steamer Saragossa, New York; |
steamer Falcon, Baltimore.
CHARLESTON, November 9.-The
Daily News has nearly complete re?
turns from every County in South
Carolina-giving a Republican ma?
jority of 9,900-a Democratic gain of
33,600 since tho election for tho new
Constitution in April.
CHARLESTON, November 9.-Sailed
-Bark H. E. Hasey, Liverpool.
Mr. Winiam A. Plane, an old resi?
dent of Charleston, died suddenly of ?
paralysis, in Twiggs County, Geor?
gia, a few days ago.
WASHINGTON, November 8.-Gen.
Grant arrived here to-day, but no
demonstration was made.
Congress will meet on the 10th and
adjourn immediately.
WASHINGTON, November 9.-Gen.
Grant is attending routine duty; he
has many visitors, but docs not seem
to encourage conversation regarding |
his future aotions.
Tho State Department advices in?
dicate but little real progress ia the j
Alabama claims. Mr. Seward, it
seems, adds conditions to Mr. John?
son's proposed settlement, and there
is a dead lock.
NEW YOKE, November 9.-Tho
Gen. Meade collided with the Mar?
mion from Savannah, near Soholand
Light-Ship, cutting the Marmion be?
low the water line. The Meade
brought off the passengers and part
of the crew of the Marmion, but the |
Meade was run on tho Jersey Flats,
to prevent her sinking. The Lack?
awanna has gone to the Mermion's
assistance.
BUFFALO, November 9.-Bishop S.
V. Ryan was consecrated yesterday.
Seven thousand persons present.
At Belvidere, Ohio, Grant ad?
dressed a Republican-procession, say?
ing: "Gentlemen, I see many of you
in uniforms; you laid them off three
years ago, and you can now lay them
off again, and we will have peace.
Good night."
LornsvrLLE, Novembor 9.-The
Courier and Journal have consoli?
dated. The paper appears this morn?
ing as the Louisville Courier and\
Journal.
NASHVILLE, November 9.-The cot
)t is quiet and steady) sales
-middlings 22??@23o. ; re
J3 bales.
ATLANTA, November 9.-Governor
Bullook issues a proclamation, offer?
ing a reward of 05,000 for the arrest !
and conviction of the person or per?
sons who caused the death of Albert
G. Ruffin, Sheriff of Richmond
County, who was killed in the elec?
tion riot at Augusta.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS
FOR
For Mayor of Columbia.
JOHN MCKENZIE.
^ For Aldermen.
m WAND NO. 1-T. W. RADCLIFF.--.
r CLARK WARING.
JAMES CLAFFET.
WARD NO. 2-JACOU HDSSCNG.
R. L. BRYAN.
O. Z. BATES.
WARD No. 3-W. P. GEIGER.
W. T. WALTER.
JOHN AGNEW.
WARD No. 4-EDWARD HOFE.
> R. W. JOHNSON.
G. A. SHIELDS.
\ JOHN McKENZIK is a reliable man,
mho always sticks to his principles as ?rei'
as lo his friends.
Potatoes.
FINE Northern IRISH POTATOES, for
sale by
Nov 10 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters
REOEIVED THIS DAY, at tho Colum?
bia leo Houso.
I Nov 10 1_JOHN D. BATEMAN.
i What Dry Goods
?1TORE GIVES THE MOST FOR YOUR
ff MONEY? C. F. JACKROM.
^ Nov 8
?. ?
FINANCIA!, AWI> COMMJS?CIAl,.
. CoiiTJMBiA, November 9.-Salee of
cotton to-day 30 boles-middlings 28.
NEW YORK, November 9-Noon.
Monby in demand. Sterling 9*?. Gold
34^. Corn a shade firmer. Pork
unsettled at $27 75@28. Cotton
quiet at 25o.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull, heavy and a
shade lower; sales 900 bales, at 24^
?25. Flour closed dull; holders dis
Sosed to sell-superfine 5.70(3)6.10;
outhern dull-common to fair extra
7.90@8.65. "Wheat closed in favor
of buyers-amber Michigan 1.90?
1.95. Corn closed drooping-mixed
Western 1.15@i.iv. Mess pork27.50
@27.75. Lard heavy-steam 15@17;
kettle 17@17#. Whiskey firmer, at
1.03. Freights firmer. Government
firm and higher. Gold active and
excited, at 35. Sterling 9l?.
BALTIMORE, November 9.-Cotton
dull. Flour activo, but lower-su?
perfino 6.50@7,25. Wheat dull
prime to cboico 2.10@2.20. Corn
firm, nt 1.00(5)1.05; new white 72;
yellow 80?91. Oats 70(2)72. Rye
dull, nt. 40c. Bacon-clear sides
17K
CINCINNATI, November 9.-Flour
and Corn dull-new ?1.58(3)1.59.
Whiskey declining at $1.03. Lard
12}?(a)16c. Shoulders 13?,<c. ; clear
sides lSy<c.
CHARLESTON, November 9.-Cotton
dull, but steady; stock light; sales
250 bales; receipts 915-middlings
23??.
AUGUSTA, November 8.-Cotton re?
ceipts on Saturday 50 bales-mid?
dlings quoted at 22.
AUGUSTA, November 9.-Tho cot?
ton market is very dull; soles 190
bales; receipts 400 bales-middlings
22>?@22?4C.
SAVANNAH, November 9.-Cotton
opened steady but closed dull; sales
450 bales-middlings 23'?c.; receipts
1,880 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, November 9.-Cot?
ton irregular and }.{o. lower-mid?
dlings 23|.<c. ; sales 3,500 bales; re?
ceipts since Saturday 8,393. Gold
35*.<. Sugar firm; receipts of new in?
creasing-fair 12^(5)12^0. ; prime tc
dioico 14??@14??o. ; yellow clarified
15??e. Molasses, high grades firm
fair 70c. ; strictly prime to choice 8C
@90c. Flour dull-superfine $6.62 ?.,'
table $7.50; choice $9.50@$13. Corr
scarce and little doing-now white
and yellow 95o. ; old $1. Pork dui
and nominal at $32@32.50. Bacor
scarce and firm-shoulders 14:3^ (3)15;
rib 18,?.i (3,19c; clear 20c. Coffee
prime Rio 16'.,'(/?\16i??c. ; fair 14(3
14>?c.
LONDON, November 9-3 P. M.
Consols unchanged. Bonds 73!
LrvERrooL, November 9-3 P. M
-Cotton quiet.
LIVERPOOL, November 9-Evening
Cotton easier but uotquotably lower
sales 10,000 bales-uplands afloa
10}?.
HAVRE, November 9.- -Cotton quie
-afloat 125.
FART AND Cn. AP PRINTING.-W
have just added a fast card press-c
tho Degener & Weiler patent-to th
machinery of tho Phoenix office; an
have also made additions to our stoc
of fancy type, cards, paper, et(
Persons in want of any styles c
book and job priuting, aro invited t
call and examine samples and pricef
Cards printed at shortest notice, an
at prices varying from $3 to $10 pe
thousand.
DEPARTURE OE GOVERNOR SCOTT.
Governor Scott, who goes North wit
the view of completing some financii
arrangements of tho State,, and als
in the interests of tho Blue Ridg
Railroad, leaves the city by th
North-eastern Railroad this morning
He is accompanied by the followin
gentlemen : General J. W. Harrisoi
President of the Blue Ridge Rai
road; Hon. F. A. Sawyer and Messr
Henry Gourdin, James H. Taylo
W. S. Hastie, W. H. Trescott an
W. A. Courtenay.
The departure of the Governor
the strongest evidence of the pea*
and tranquility of affairs in tho Stat
Tho Governor, wo leam, expresse
himself as perfectly satisfied an
pleased with the quiet and order th
accompanied anel succeeelotl tho lal
electiem. A number of leaeliug Dem
crats in the up-country, after tho r
snit was announced, waiteel on tl
Governor anel declared their elete
ruination to nccept cheerfully, ai
abiele by, tho elecision of the peopl
They signified their reaelincss
stand by anel support tho State G
vernment in its acts, and to uso i
their influence in inducing the peor,
throughout tho State to elo likewis
In reply the Governor express^
the great pleasure their visit hi
given him, and his belief that tl
action on their part would do mc
to restore unanimity among our pe
pie, and place the credit of the Ste
where it deserves to be, than a
special political expression or dc
trine could ever possibly effect, j
expressed the belief, owing to t
Bmall debt of the State in comparis
with the liabilities of others, tl
with a successful administration
tho State Government and acqui
cence and harmony among the peop
Sonth Carolina, by internal impro
menta and otherwise, must in a Bh<
time become financially one of 1
foremost States of the Union, as t
was already, from her climate a
geographical petition,ono of the m
attractive. - Charleston News.
C/.TIZKB?S' TICKET.
jFbr Mayor.
JOHN. ALEXANDER.
For Aldermen. >'
WARD NO. 1.-A. PALMER,
M. J. CALNAN.
OHARLES LOGAN,
WADU NO. 2.-R. L. BRYAN.
M. BRENNAN, v
o. P. REMBENA
WARD NO'. 3.-Vf, K. BAOHMAN,
R. O. SHIVER,
JOHN AGNEW.
WARD NO. 4_JOHN P. THOMAS.
* * # * *
R. M. WALLACE.
Mn. EDITOR : Tho abovo ticket will re?
corvo the support of many
Nov 10 CITIZEN8.
A CARD.
Thankful for any intended honor, in
hoing nominated for Alderman, I respect?
fully decline, and cannot servo if elected,
I having recently assumed a hoavy busi?
ness responsibility, all my time and energy
will bo required to meet the demands upon
them. II. C. SHIVER.
Nov 10 1
Mn. EDITOR : You will ploase announce
that I am no candidate for Alderman in
Ward No. 2. i have previously declined
to serve, aud stated my i casona therefor.
Very respectfully, M. Illili NEN.
Mu. EDITOR: I take this method of
thanking my friends for tho nomination as
one of tho Aldermen on tho city ticket, HH
published in yesterday's I'hanix,. I had
not given any thought to such an honor,
and as much as 1 desire to see our city
governed by good and responsible persons,
I do most respectfully decline the nomina?
tion. C. M. WILDER.
Apples, Apples
ANOTHER lot of those Quo large AP?
PLES, for sale bv
Nov 10_FISH ER fe LOWKANCE.
TO RENT,
ANEAT COTTAGE, with four rooms
and necessary out-buildings. A well
of good water on the premises. Apply at
the TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
Nov 10_
COLUMBIA FEMALE COLLEGE.
AMEETING o? tho Board of Trust?es
will bo held THIS MORNING, at the
Nickcrson Hotel, at 10 o'clock. Business
of importance will bc brought before tho
Board. C. H. MIOT, Seeretarv.
Nov 10 I _
WANTED,
BY a young lady, a situation as TEACH?
ER, either in a private family or a
school. She is competent to teach Music,
tho English branches usually taught in
schools, and tho rudiments ot* French and
Latin. She can como weil recommended.
Address, Btating terms, J. E. A.,
Nov 10 4_St. Matthew's, S. C.
"NICXERSON HOUSE,"
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
First Class Hotel, - - $3 Per Day.
WILLIAM A. WRIGHT
HAVING assumed the ma?
nagement of this HOUSE,
respectfully solicits a share
3of public patronage.
FREE O MN IB US to and from the Hotel.
Nov 10 Imo
Legal Notice.
SUPREME COURT,
COLUMBIA, S. C., November 'J, 1808.
IN pursuance of the Act of tho General
Assembly, passed tho 18th day of Sep?
tember, in tho year of our Lord 18G8, a
Session of the Supreme Court will be held
at Columbia, commencing the FOURTH
TUESDAY of Novomber, instant.
ALBERT M. BOOZER,
Nov 10 3*_Clork Supremo CourL__
The Dry Goods Store
rpo
GET
BARGAINS
IS
Kov 8 C. V. JACKSON'S.
Every colored man toko is interested in
the prosperity of Columltia, is called upon
to vote for JOHN McKENZIE. Re is an
honest, industrious and conscientious tax?
payer, who gees for justice to all classes and
econoyny in municipal affairs; and no man
wi? make a better Mayor.
WHO KEEPS
rpiIE BEST ASSORTMENT OF DRY
GOODS'.' C. F. JACKSON.
Nov 8_
TOUXINE
Nov 7_ 12
New Buckwheat Flour.
5BARRELS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
5 barrels Golden Syrup.
For salo by E. & G. D. HOPE.
New Bay Mackerel.
NEW BAY MACKEREL, extra large and
tine, just opened and for sale at re?
tail, by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Oats! Oats!
A Ail BUSHELS PRIME OATS.
^fc\JV/ For salo low by
September 16 E. h G. D. HOPE.
Extra Family Flour.
BARRELS and bags, at lowest
cash prices.
September 19_E. fe G. P. HOPE.
New No. ?, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
IN KITTS, Quarter, Half and Whole
barrels,
100 boxes No. 1 and Scaled Herrings.
! For sale low, by E. A G. D. HOFE.
REDUCED PRICES.
DILLON'S COTTON TIES ?re now
offered by the undersigned st the
low price of EIGHT CENTS PER POUND,
to ci?se consignments.
ALSO,
I GUNNY CLOTH snd P-!? Rere, ?t VStJ
! low prices. j. A T. R. AGNEW.
! October 2"
QaaCoiwumers
TXTILL uko notice that thoir bills, for
?f& the month of OCTOBER, aro now
flue. Prompt payment is respectfully re?
quested. We have large amounts to pay
hy the 16th. All persona who are in do
feult at that time will find their meters re?
moved. JAOon T.Rvm,
Moy 8 a Becretary Gas Oompauy.
Notioe.
ALL persons having claims against tho
estate of ROBERT NEWSON, de?
ceased, will hand in their claims, properly
attested, and receive payment.
R. 0. SHIVER,
_ i_Administrator. _
At Swygert & 8enn's.
FRESH Buckwheat FLOUR,
Prime North Carolina Mullet?, some?
thing rare,
Golden Drip Syrup,
Choice Goshen Butter, Cheese, 4c.
ALSO.
Choice FAMILY SUPPLIES, received
daily, at SWYGERT A BENN'S.
? N?v ? Imo
OYSTERS.
HPl I l/1 UNDERSIGNED has opened
JL XX-Ci an OYSTER SALOON, at the
Carolina liouso, and will furnish, at short
notice, OYSTERS FRIED, ROASTED,
STEWED and on thc SHELL. Give me a
call. W. R. 8E88FORD.
Nov li
Corn Whiskey.
PUKE and good, for salo bv
Nov C FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Rye Whiskey,
SCHNAPS,
Ritters,
Brandie-?.
Rum,
Gin, Ac. Ac.
For .sale low bv
Nov ii FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Pure Leaf Lard
FOH salo bv
NovO " FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Smoked Beef and Breakfast Bacon.
O/AA LUS. Choice 8M0KED BEEF,
OUU 1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon Strips.
For sale by E. & G. D. HOPE.
Nov 6
SEEING
IS
T
RY
Nov 8
BELIEVING."
C. F. JACKSON.
PISTOLS, PISTOLS.
JUST received, a supply of PISTOLS,
from the most celebrated makers;
also, Cartridges, Powder, Shot, Lead, Per?
cussion Caps, Gun Wads, Powder Flasks,
Shot Belts and Shot Pouches, for sale at
low figures *"or cash bv
Nov 5_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
New Boot, Shoe
AND
HAT STORE.
THE undersigned, who is experienced in
the businet-a, has opened a fine and
carefnlly selected stock of goods in the
above fine, and invites a call from pur?
chasers. In the assortment, will bo found
Gont's, Ladies', Misses', Boys', Youths'
and Children's BOOTS and SHOES, of the
best make. His stock of HATS is varied.
Tho articles will be disposed of cheap for
cash. A. SMYTHE,
In Presbyterian Depository, opposite
Hillard's dry goods storo. Oct_24_
FLOUR.
80 BBLS. FLOUR, from the
^??^ Valley of Virginia, just received in
store. We are anxious to introduce this
Flour, and, <:onr,equently, will sell it ut
very low figures. From $8.50 per bbl., up.
Oct 30 GEO. W. PARKER. Ag't.
Chester Nursery Garden.
FRUIT TREES, of all descriptions, for
sale. Tho very beat early and late
Southern Apples and Peaches, Evorgrecna,
Roses, Dahlias, Flowering Shrubs and
Vines, Greenhouso Plants, Ac. Persons
who wish to procuro Troea or Plants to
improve their homesteads, will do well to
examine my Prico List, which can be had
by addressing
W. BLAKE, Nurseryman,
Oct 22 i'Jino Chester, S. C.
IStanley's Celebrated Cough Syrup,
IS still a great remedy, a.id very popular
among tho people. For twenty-five
years, it has been known to euro more
Coughs than anv othor remedv.
For sale bv FISHER A HE?NITSII,
_ Oct 22 i _ __ Druggists.
RESISTING PROVIDENCE.
66 T 1FE INSURANCE enables a man to
I l put himself in harmony with Di?
vine Providence Providence has brought
tho institution into being lo bless the
race. Ho who refuses it, diutrosts f?.Td
despises Providence and invites its von
goanco upon himself and bia household.
Wo know ot no fallacy so transparent, no
delusion moro groundless, than that
which makes the practico of Lifo Insnranco
appear as an attempt to controvert the
Divino will."
Thousands of widows and orphans livo
to attost tho divino beneficence of LIFE
INSURANCE. Without ita protecting
trgis, many of them would, to-day, be beg?
gars upon tho streets, or occupants of
poor-bousea and penitentiaries. No man
can foretell what will bc his circumstances
at the timo of his cleat h. Tho rich man of
to-day dios the pauper of to-morrow, and
tho family, delicately rearod, become the
unprepared victims of diro Want, with her
train of count lea;, evils. Snob a result is
impossible, with a policy of Life Insurance.
It, indeed, offers we only absolutely safe
investment which can be made for the
benefit of ono's family and of bis own old
age. AU othor investments may resalt in
lons or min. If all would insure, who can
calculate the immeneo suffering and crime
which tho world would be spared!
ATNA MFK INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, mt Hartford, Connecticut,
A nets ... $10,000,000
H. E. NICHOLS k CO.,
October^23^3tnos_General Agonts.
M\The right man in the right plaee-JOHS \
MCKENZIE, Mayor of Colum', a.
FOMARIA ETJRSERIES.
#THE largest and boat_
collection of FRUI T JSjJflfc
TREES OTor before MuSP
grown at thoao Nurseries qff
TB now offered for fall and win?
ter _pIfcOtipg, embracing AP
FLu 5 and Fxi?Oniso of ail the "ohoioo
variotios, inolnding many Sonthern kinds,
particularly adapted to our soil and cli?
mate, from the earliest to the latent.
Pears, tho largest and best collection in
the Sonth, with now Southern varieties;
standards and dwarfs, of largo size, can
bo furnished. Apricots and Nectarines,
Plums, Chorrios, Quinces, Medlars, Ever?
bearing Mulberries, English Walnuts.
Spanish Chesnuts, French Hszlenuts, rod
and white; Pomcgranitcs, Figs, Beveral
lin dy kinds; Grapes, all thc choice table
varieties and for vineyards; Raspberries,
Strawberry Plants, all thc heat, suited to
the climato.
ORNAMENTAL EVERGREENS, a largo
and varied collection, embracing many
now Cypresses and Junipers, suitable for
Cemeteries; Magnolias, Deodar Cedars,
Ac., Guo ueediiug piants; Rosos, all tho
best, including tho new French kinda;
Dahlias of every shado and color; Gladia?
tors, now French and Bolgian; Tubo
Roses, Crysanthomums; Asparagus and
Horso Radish Roots: Osago Orange and
Macartney Rose, for hedges-plant these
to protect your Orchards ana Vineyards.
A new general descriptive catalogue, con?
taining all necessary information, in press
and will bo forwarded to all patrons. All
ordert? should bc addressed direct to me
ind will receive prompt attention.
WM. SUMMER, Agent,
Kov ? }3mo Pomaria, S. C.
Grand Lodge of Ancient Free Masons
of South Carolina.
milE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION of
X tho Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of
Ancient Freo Masons of South Caroliua,
will bo holden at Masonic Hall, Charles?
ton, on TUESDAY, 17th November, 18C8,
commencing at High Twelve Tho Presi?
dents of tho various railroads in South
Carolina havo kindly consented to permit
the Grand Officers and Delegates to pasB
and repass thereon for one fare. Tho full
fare is to bo paid at the place of starting,
and certificates will be issued by tho Grand
Secretary, al tho close of the communica?
tion, entitling the holder to return free of
any charge whatever.
Worshipful Masters and Wardens, or
Delegates of any subordinate Lodges,
Grand OfUcers and Past Masters, will tako
due notice and govern themselves accord?
ingly. R. S. BRUNS, 3'2d Degree,
Nov 74rt Grand Secretary.
WILLIAM GuTLNEY,
? ? , rv FACTOR AND COMMIS-vTvw
-Ti?iWSI0N MERCHANT, 102 East^AA?
<Bay, Charleston, S. C. iUSS
Particular attention given to tho Balo
and shipping of Sea Island and Upland
Cotton.
Liberal advances made on consignments
for sale in this niarkot, or for shipment.
Sept 8_tnl3
DIRECT IMPORTATION
E! ar then war e.
THE subscriber has just received j
(from tho potteries, in England, his
'supply of WHITE GRANITE and
COMMON EARTHENWARE for the
fall trade. Country dealers and house?
keepers are invited to examine his stock.
ALSO,
A full stock nf White and Gold Band DIN?
NER and TEA WARE, and Fancy CHINA
WARE. ALSO,
FRENCH, BOHEMIAN AND AMERICAN
GLASSWARE,
With a complete assortment of SILVER
PLATED GOOD8, TABLE CUTLERY, JA?
PANNED and PLANISHED WARE, and
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS.
Oct 22 t 18 WM. B. STANLEY.
NOTICE.
New Guns-Gunsmith Shop.
THE undersigned would respectfully in?
form his old friondsof Newberry, Lau?
rens and Union, and the public generally,
that ho has eslablitdied himself in Colum?
bia, at Bronson's old stand, on Main
street, near Boyne A Sprowl's marble
yard, where ho will make and repair Guns
and Locks of everv description, and koop
for sale Guns, Locks, Pistols. Cartridges.
Powder, Shot, and Gun Materials of all
kinds. Also, Guns ordered for friends
from tho beat maker? of America and
England, at co?t prices, for cash.
Addross SEBASTIAN KRAFT.
Oct 29 limo J^L0.ELD?.a' ?i c-_
Columbia to Baltimore
VIA CH A Ii I ESTO X, S. C.
?IX7"E are despatching FREIGHTS per
VV first elans Steamships from Charles?
ton, S. C., EVERY FIFTH DAY, to BAL?
TIMORE and PHILADELPHIA, thus se?
curing to cotton shippers greator facilities
than ever beforo offered, to both theso
portB. Merchants buying goods in Balti?
more or Philadelphia are insured a more
frequent despatch of their freights, and
can depend upon low rates of freight and
a great saving in time over any other route.
MORDECAI & CO.,
Corner Gay and Lombard streets, Agents
in Baltimore.
A. GROVES.
No. 34 South Wnarves, Agent in Phila?
delphia.
i or outward freights or passage, apply
to COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
Union Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Oct 27 _tufj
Copartnership Notice.
THE undersigned have entered into a
COPARTNERSHIP fortbe transaction
of tho GROCERY, HARDWARE and COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, dating from tho first
February, 1868. Name and stylo of the
firm will be T. J. A H. M. GIBSON.
T. J. GLBSON.
_Oot ll Imo_H. M. GIBSON.
Candles and Soap.
-f BOXES ADAMANTINE AND
lUU SPERM CANDLE8,
75 boxes Superfino Washing and Toilot
Soaps. For salo low by
Siptembor IC E. A G. D. HOPE.
.?k/uo-tloxx Sales -
Public Sale of Go vernmeut Property.
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
THE undersigned will sell, ai publie salo,
in Columbia, S. C., THIS MORNING,
the 10th instant, at 0 A. M., at the Auction
Room of W. T. Walter, a lot of MEDICAL
and HOSPITAL PROPERTY, and Quarter?
master Stores, (Bnrean Refugees, Freed?
man and Abandoned Lands.) , .
J. F. ENSOR,
Nov 10 1?_A. A. 8nrgeon TJ. 8. A, _
Su jar and Molasses.
BY F. P. SALAS, Auctioneer.
ON WEDNE8DAY next, the 11th Instant,
at half-riant to o'clock A. M., ?i!I be
sold ou Brown & Co.'s Wharf, Charles?
ton, 8. C., alongside tho Br. brigOsprov,
from Matanzas, Cuba,
29 bhds. PRIME GROCERY SUGAR,
71 hhd8. Good Grocery Sugar,
49 hilda. 8trictly Choice Santa Lucia
Molasses,
20 hhds. MnncQv?do Molasses,
70 hhds. Sweet Cuba Molasses,
90 bbls. Swoct Cuba Molasses.
Conditions at salo. Nov 10 2
Furniture Sale.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON FRIDAY MORNING next, at 10o'clock,
I will sell, boforo mv store,
A variety of FURNITURE, belonging to
a reepectablo family removing from tho
city, among which are:
HIGH POST BEDSTEADS,
French Bedstead?,
Bureaus,
Wardrobes,
China Chamber Sots,
Cane Scat and Mohair Cha: j.
Mohair Sofa,
Marblo Top Tables,
Extension Table.
Marblo Top Washstand,
Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillow*,
Whatnot,
Hat Rack,
Safe,
Andirons and Fenders,
Select Pictures,
Floor Matting, Ac.
With a varietj of other articles, KITCH?
EN FURNITURE, Ac. Nov 10
Assignee's Sale.
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
Jure. Wm. Summer, of Newberry, Bank?
rupt.
BY ordor of Hon. Gcorgo 8. Bryan,
Judge of tho United Statea Court, for
tho District of South Carolina, I will sell,
on TUE8DAY, tho 2d day of December
noxt, at tho Court House in Columcia,
A valuable tract of LAND, containing
30 acroa, more or leas, situate m the Coun?
ty of Richland, and bounded on the South
by Boundary street, North of the city of
Columbia; on tho Weat by State Fair
Grounds, on tho North by Dr. Kennedy's
land, and on the Eaat by landa of Miss
Sallio Mcculloch. This valuablo piece of
property ?fters rare inducements as build?
ing lota or for farming purposes, and will
be sold aa will bo most desirable to all con?
cerned.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for
stamps and papers.
THOMAS W. HOLLOWAY,
Nov 7 tutb___ _Assignee.
Commissioner's Sale.
Tho Theological Seminary of the Evange?
lical Lutheran Church of South Carolina
aud adjacent States, vs. M. A. Blanching,
el al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order in the
above stated case, I wili sell the follow?
ing real estate, on the FIRST MONDAY in
December next, at the Court House in Co?
lumbia, to wit:
Bounded on the North by Plain street,
East by lot of John W. Powell, South by
lot of J. G. Gibbes, West by an alley ex?
tending from Plain street to the Court
House lot, fronting on Plain street feet.
TEnMS OF SALK.-Cash to pay costs of
suit and salo, bataneo on a credit of one.
two and thrco years, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Nov 7 %_C. E. R. D.
Commissioner's Sale.
F. W. McMaater, Administrator, with tho
will annexed, vs. Alfred M. Hnnt.
IN purauauce of tho decretal order in tho
above stated case, I will ?ell. before
tho Court House in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in December next,
All that lot of LAND, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing three-quarters of an
acre, more or lesa, bounded on the North
by Joseph Randall's lot, on the East by
Assembly street, South by Gervais aireos,
and West by lot belonging to said Alfred
M. Hunt. On tho premises is a large (ia
part new) and commodious hotel.
THUMS OF SALK.-Cash enough to pay tho
cost of suit and sale, and one-third of
debt; balance on a credit of one year, se?
cured by bond and mortgage of the pre?
mises. Purchasers to pay for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DBSAUSSUREV
Nov 7 i 0. E. R. D.
Birect Steam Communication
BETWEEN
CHARLESTON AND T.TVFP.POOL.
CHARLESTON and Liverpool Steamship
Lino, composed of tho First Class
Iron Steamers:
GOLDEN HORN, 1,188 tons, H. C. MAO
BKTH, Commander.
B08PHORU8, 930 tons, J. Miman.,
Commander.
MARMORA, 910 tons. F. MORRELL, Com .
mander.
Days of sailing from Charleston 1st and
15th of each mouth, as follows:
Golden Horn.November 15
Boaphorus..December 1
Marmora.Docombor 15
Arrangements having boon made with
tho South Carolina and other Railroad
Oompanios for tho prompt forwarding of
through freight, shippers ol Cotton from
the interior may rely ou tho utmost de?
spatch. . , ,
Cotton consigned to tho undersigned for
shipment by this line, will be forwarded
freo of commissions, actual oxponsos only
added. ROBERT KURSA CO.,
Oct 24 lmoj Agenta, Charleston, S. C.
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS CHARLESTON AND LIVER
POOL STEAMSHIP LINE.
Advances made on shipment? of Cotton,
Rice and Naval Stores, to foreign and do
mestio porta._Pot 24 ^lmo ti
New Hulled Buokwheat.
pr/\ PACKAGES New Hulled BUCK
OV_/ WHEAT, just received and for sale
in quantities to suit purchasers, at low
prices. J. A T. R. AGNEW.

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