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vices to hand report?bate afc-?W*
Guerra between the Spanish troops, un?
der Gen**) False?is, and a Republican
foro?; mustering L 10t> strong. ?be w*
volutionists were dispersed and com?
pelled to retreat to the mountains after
an obstinate resistance, daring whieh
they lost forty men killed and sixty
wounded, and Lad twenty-tb reo of their
number made prisoner*. Tho Govern?
ment troops lost twenty men killed and
thirty-eight wounded. Siokles ha? trans?
mitted to the Madrid Cabinet an official
note formally withdrawing the tender of
a friendly mediation by the Government
of the United States between tho Spa?
niards and the island revolutionists, the
Spanish Government having rejected all
oilers of foreign mediation.
MAD?ITD, October 8.-The Republicans
ha>6 withdrawn '?rbm tho Cortes. The
insurgents who withdrew from Troques,
were attacked, losing 80 killed and 600
wounded. Combats in various places
aro reported, wherein the troops gene?
rally are victorious. Preparations for
the departure of Cuban reinforcements
have been suspended. Several volun?
teer battalions are quartered near Ma?
drid, for service against the insurgents.
The insurgents' headquarters aro nt
Mareza, thirty miles North of Barce?
lona, They have captured Ore nz.
LONDON, October 8.-Dr. Livingstone
was seen, fourteen months ago, at Lake
T?ngang, Likka, going West. There
was no longer any doubt of Iiis safety nt
The Rev. Fred. Temple hos buen ap?
pointed Bishop of Exeter.
WASBINGTON, October 8.-Franklin
Fierce died at Concord, N. H., this
morning--leaving no ox-President di
reotly eleoted by the people alive.
President Grant proclaims the 80th of
November a day o? thanksgiving.
? distinguished Tennessee lady arrived
here to-day, direct from that State, to
whom Mr. Johnson expressed a certainty
of his election. The Governor's message
will be withheld till Monday. A special
despatch to the New York Times, Bays
the action of the Legislature shows hasty
action upon sweeping bills to repeal all
legislation nineo the war. One bill was
presented, to repeal all laws passed in
the years 1865, 1867 and 1868; and also to
provide for a constitutional convention
of ninety-nine members, which passed.
Bills repealing loyal jury, newspaper
laws, and all test oaths, passed. Andrew
Johnson ocoupies the finest suite of
rooms in the oity; be electioneers with
great earnestness; bis friends are hero in
force and are confident of the defeat of
the fifteenth amendment.
In the Supreme Court, theYerger case
is up. Yerger's counsel asked that the
case be heard next Friday. Hoar asked
for a more remote day. Tho Court or?
dered that the petition bo filed, and
stated that a day for the argument would
be named on Monday.
In the Supreme Court, tho Texas
habeas corpus was placed on a footing
with the Yerger case. The ootton case
of McKee vs. tho United States was ar?
gued. The case involves tho validity of
certain treasury regulations.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $485,
There was a full Cabinet meeting, ex?
cept Rawlins. The Cabinet ordered tho
usual programme in honor of Mr. Pierce.
The points to be argued on Monday
in the Mississippi and Texas habeas cor?
pus oases is whether the question of ju?
risdiction shall be beard as preliminary
to entertaining the petition. Hoar de?
sires this course. The petitioners desire
to discuss it in connection with tho merit
of the petitions.
RICHMOND, VA., October 8.-Both
Houses of the Legislature to-day ratified
the fourteenth and fifteenth amend?
ments. In the House, there were only
six votes against them; and in the Senate
only four against the fourteenth and two
against the fifteenth. Ono of the latter
being a colored Republican Senator, who
declined yoting, because the Legislature
is illegal. The Legislature, by joint re?
solution, then adjourned till October 18.
In the House, an amendment to tho bill
passing the fifteenth amendment, mak?
ing it take effect on and after the admis?
sion of the State to the Union, only re?
ceived five votes. In tho same body, a
resolution was offered, that in view of the
doubts expressed about the legality of
thia Legislature, it will, after admission
to the Union, re-enact the fourteenth and
fifteenth amendments; whioh resolution
In the Senate, to-day, before adjourn?
ment, a resolution was offered pledging
the re-enaction of the two amendments,
af tor the admission of the State, and was
ponding when the Senate adjourned. It
was opposed by a conservative Senator
as casting doubt on the already pledged
faith of Virginia.
Gen. Can by hus issued au order appro?
priating $15,000 to pay the expenses of
the present session of the Legislature.
George Morrison, of Cincinnati, ticket
agent of Robinson's Circns, was fatally
stabbed, to day, by Charlos Spain, who,
it is alleged, mistook him for another
MACON, GA., October 8.-Tho Execu?
tive Committee of the Georgia Agricul?
tural Society, at a laborious session just
closed, have largely added to tho pre?
mium list, and have passed a resolution
warmly welcoming all invited guests and
others from all parts of the country who
sympathize in the objects of tho associa?
NEW ORLEANS, October 8.-Tho Times,
Jefferson, Texas, special says all tho pri?
soners recently on trial for the murder
of Smith and two negroes, in October
last, oxcopt five, were released from the
stockade to-day. Tho findings of the
military commission in tho caso of those
retained, viz: Co). Ii. P. Alford, Oscar
Gray, Mott Taylor, C. L. Pitoher, Dr. J.
Q. Richardson, have not transpired.
President: "Gran. Ame?, in sn officiel in?
terview vf ?th a citizen of the Btate on
Monday Vast, naed this language: 'I in
march my soldiers from precinct to pre?
cinct to effect it.' Will such action fall
within his legitimate official power? Tho
Eeople wish a fair expression of the pub -
o will in the choice of Governor. Tue
consummation of the military Governor's
avowed pnrposo will render the oleetion
State and national degradation. Sigu
ed A. C. Fisk, Chairman of tho National
Union Republican State Executive Com?
Gen. Ames officially denies the above
CHARLESTON, October 8.-Arrived
steamer James Adger, New York; schoon
I F>. N. Hawkins, New York; Carrie
Hyer, Baltimore. Sailed-steamer Min?
netunka, Now York.
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, October 8-Noon.-Stocks
steady. Money easy, at6@7. Sterling
long 9; short 9,? J. Gold 31 j o'. 62's 20;
Tennessee's, ex-coupon, 62; now 54; Vir?
ginia's, ex-coupon, 01; new 52; Louisi?
ana's, old, 70; new 64; levoe's 64; 8's
83; Alabama 8's 90; Georgia 6's 82; 7's
90; North Carolina's, old, 64>i; now, 42;
South Carolina's, new, 65. Flour un?
changed. Wheat and corn dull. Pork
doll-mess 30.75. Cottou heavy, at 27}-?
@27?4'. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy and lower, with
sales of 3,100 bales, at 27|?. Floor steady,
for low grndes, others declining-super?
fine State 5.65(a>5.75; common to fair
extra Southern firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat lo.
lower-red Western 1.31(0)1.35. Corn
heavy-mixed Western 98. Pork 30.00
@30.75. Whiskey firmer, email@example.com.
>Sngnr and molasses active. Freights
dull. Gold 30>?- Stocks closod dull but
BALTIMORE, October 8.-Cotton dull,
at 27. Flour quiet and steady. Wheat
firm, at 1.45?1.50. Oats dull, at 55?
60. Provisions unchanged. Whiskey
CINCINNATI, October 8.-Whiskey firm,
at 1.15. Pork dull, at 31.00. Lardl7J?.
Baoon firm and improved-clear sides
NEW ORLEANS, October 8.-Cottou
firmer, at 25}?@25??; sales 3,055 bales.
Flour firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn scarce. Oats
63($64. Lard 20. Gold 30^.
LOUISVILLE, October 8.-Pork 33.00.
Shoulders 17; clear rib sides 20} ? ; clear
sides 20%. Lard 19.
ST. LOUIS, October 8.-Whiskey 1.11
(31.15. Provisions dull. Pork 32.00.
Bacon firm-shoulders 163?@,17; clear
MOUILE, October 8.-Sales of cotton
to-day 1,100 bales-middlings 2iy-A(t?
24)?. receipts 1,887.
AUGUSTA, October 8.-Cotton market
active but prices easier, with sales of 692
bales-middlings 24>?; receipts 581.
SAVANNAH, October 8.-Sales of cotton
to-day 400 bales-middlings 25@25,\i;
CHARLESTON, October 8.-Cotton in
fair demand, and prices steady, with
sales of 500 halos-middlings 25,'^; re?
LONDON, October 8-Noon.-Consols
93J? Bonds 84l?.
flat-uplands 12%; Orleans 12Sales
of the week 65,000; exports 10,000; spe?
culation 10,000; receipts 76,000; whereof
American is 30,000; stock 459,000; of
which American is 46,000.
Report for Week ending Friday, Oct. 8, 18C9.
PIIONIX OFFICE. COLUMBIA, October 9, 18C9.
COTTON.-Tho market baa boon rattier dull
during tho past week, tho eales only amount?
ing to 817 bales, at tho following figures: 1 at
23j; 6 at 23-i; 39 at 23:}; -14 at 24: 23 at 241: G3
at 2ii; 99 at 24*; 70 at 24J.
There is no chango to notice in other articles
of country produce.
Tho following aro buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Dank Notes, prepared by Urugg, Palmer
& Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camden_G5 Exchange. 12
Bank of Charleston.85 Pinn tera'. 5
Bank of Chester_13 Farmers and Exchgo
Bank of GeorgetownlG State.6
Bank of Nowborry...83 Union. 95
Bank SouthCarofinal5 So. Western lt.,old, 70
State South Car. old,31 People's.85
Stato South Ca. new.10 Plantera and Mech. 90
Hamburg. G Merchants'.8
The Garoliua National Bank, of this city, is
buying sight exchange on New York at three
eighths discount, and soiling drafts at par.
WHOLESALE PRICES CU Ult K N T,
COBBBOTZO WEEKLY BT THE
COLUMBIA BO ARB OF TRADE.
APPLES, V?u.l 25? 1 50
BA? KUNO,G anny 27?28
Dundee V yd 80@32
BALE ROPE, Manil,?2G
BfTTEn, Northern ?50
Country, V lb.25?35
Sides, V lb.... 21?23
Shoulders... 19 ?20
BLICKS, #1,000. .9?12
COTTON YAU.N1 9002 00
Middling ...24 ?
Low Midl'g, 23 ?
Ordinary... '21 ?22
CHEESE, E.D.lb. 2l?23
Coi KEE, Rio, #D>2202G
Laguayra ... .27031
FLOUR. Co. 9 00?10 00
Northern. 7 60? 12 00
GBAIN, Corn 1 70?1 80
Wheat.... 16002 00
Oats. ?0?1 00
Peas.1 50?1 GO
HAY, NortU, #owt.
HIDES, Dry, #?,i2J?18
INDIOO, Caro...l?l 25
LUMBEU, Bda 100 f.l 50
LIME, $ bbl. 2 7002 80
I MEATS, Pork, VI?- 18*
Sugar I I's e.. 75 ?1 25
NAILS, V kog6 00@7 00
ONIONS. Vhusl50?l 75
OIL, K e rose ne,g 60@75
POULTRY, Ducks pr
SPECIE, Gold 13001 31
Silver.1 2401 25
POTATOES, Iris 7501 50
Sweet, bus 1 2501 50
SHOT, $bag. 3 1203 25
SALT, Livcrp.2 90?
SPIRITS, Alcohol,gil oo
Brandy . . 4 00012 00
HollndOin.5 000 7 00
Amorican..2 0003 00
Jam. Rum.G 0007 00
N.E. "..2 0003 Ot)
Bo. Whisky 3 5004 50
Monnnghfa2 5004 00
Roctiilod. .1 8501 OS
SUOAB, Crus'd, 184019
STARcn, VI?- - . 9J011
TEA, Groen Ibl 0002 00
Black.1 0001 50
TOBACCO, Chw.0001 25
French_1 25? 150
WINE, Cham. 25032 00
Port, Vgal3 00?5 00
Madeira.. .2 5008 00
f1 "flmft lhhinf.>>rp.r>~rii:V^Vt.
%1? Wi^u Ut inf?amibel "bugger,
sodden in h?aimpreshuns and nasty in
bis coodrisien, o? end* t ^.sr
, Hia natral disposisben i* & warm ?rosa
between rod popper in the pod and funi]
oil, and his moral bias iz "git out.of mi
. " . it ..... * .
; I1 bey h av a long, black hoddy, divided
in tho middle by a waist spot, but tbeii
phisikal importance leys at the terminus
of their suburb, in the ab apo ov r
Tliia javelin iz olwozloaded, and stanch
ready to unload at a minuit's > warning
and enters a man az still az thought, a;
spry az liteniog and az full ov melankollj
nz the toothake.
Hornets never argy a case; they sottli
awl ov their differences ov opinyun l>:
letting their javelin fly, und are az cer
tain to hit az a mule iz.
This testy kritter lives in congrega
tions uumboring about 100 souls, bu
whether they are male or female, or con
ser votive, or matched in bonds of wed
lock, or whether they ore Mormons, nm
a good many ov them kling together am
keep one husband to save expense,
don't kuo nor don't care.
I never hnv examined their habit
much, I never konsidored it healthy.
Hornots bild their nests wherever the
take a nosbun to, nud seldom are dh
turbed, for what would it profit a ma
tew kill 99 hornets and bav tho ono bur
dredth ono hit him with his juvelin?
They bild their nests ov paper, witl
out enny windows to them or back doon
They hav bot one place ov admissiot
and thc nest iz the shape ov an ovei
grown pine-apple, and iz cutup into in:
as meuny bed-rooms ns their iz hoi
It iz very simple to make a hornet
nest if yu kan, but i will wager enn
man 300 dollars be kan't bild one that 1
could sell to a hornet for half price.
Hornets are az bizzy nz their secon
couzzins, tho bee, but what they ai
about tho Lord only knows; they don
lay up enny honey, nor enny mono:
they seem to bo bizzy only jist for tl
sako of working all the time; they ave o
wus in ns mutch of a hurry az tho th(
wuz going for a dokter.
I suppose this uneazy world won
grind around on its nzle-iroe oust in !
hours, even if tbare want enny hornet
but hornets must be good for sm
thing, but I kan't think now what it iz
Tha?e lniint been a bug made yet
vain, nor ono that wanta good job, tho
iz ever lots of human men lofing nroui
blacksmith shops, and cider mills, i
over the country, that don't seem to
necessary for anything but to beg pl
tobacco and swear, and steal wat(
melons, but yu let the cholera ont on<
and tbeu yu will seo the wisdom of hu
ing jist sich men hiving around; th
Next tew tho cockroach, who Btan
tew tho head, lue hornet haz got t
most waste stummuk, in rofereuce b
tho rest of biz boddy, than enuy ov t
insek populashun, and hero iz anotl
mystery; what on 'arth duz a hon
want so mutch reserved corps for?
I hav jist thought-tow carry biz ja
lin in; thus, yu soe, the moro we disl
ver about things the more we are apt
It iz always a good purchase tew \
out our last surviving dollar for wisdu
and wisdum iz like tho misterious be
egg, it nin't laid in yuro baud, bu1
laid away under the barn, and yu h
got tew seerch for it.
Tho horuot iz an unshoshnll kus3,
iz more haughty than he is proud, in
a thorough-bred bug, but his breed
and refinement has made him like s
other folk I know ov, dissatisfied v
himself and overj'boddy else, too mi
good breeding nek ts this way sometin
Hornets aro long lived-I kan't s
jist how long tbeir lives aro, but I kt
from iustiukt and observation that ci
critter, bo ho bug or be he devil, wh
mad all tho time, and stings every g
chance lie can git, generally out-live;
Tho only good woy tew git at
exact fiting weight ov tho hornet iz
tutoh him, let him hit yu once with
javolin, and yu will be willing tew te?
in court that sumbody run a ono-ti
pitchfork into yer; and az for grit, I
state, for tbo juforainshiin ov thozo
haven't had a chance tew lay in t
vermin wisdum az freely az I hav,
one single hornet, who feels well,
brake up a large camp meeting.
What the hornets do for amuzer
iz another question I kan't answer,
sum ov the best read and h eu vy eat tl
ers amung the naturalists say they
target excursions, and heave their ;
lins ata mark; but I don't imbibe
assershun raw, for I never knu t
body so bittor at heart nz the hoi
are to waste a blow.
Thoro iz ono thing that a hornet
that I will give him credit for o
books-ho alwuz attends tew his I
noss, and won't allow anybody else
attend tew it, and what he duz iz a
a good job, yu never seo them alb
enuy thing, if they muko enny mist
it iz after dark, and ain't seon.
If tho hornots inndo half az m
blunders nz tho men do, even with
javelins, everybody would luff at t
Hornets aro clear in another way,
hav found out, by trying it, that all
can git in this world, and brag <
their vittles and clothes, and yu i
see ono standing nt tho cornor
street, with a twenty-six inch faci
bekauso sum bank ofiicor had run
and took their money with him.
In ouding oph this essa, I will
tow a stop, by concluding, that il
nets was a littlo moro pensive, am
so darn peremptory with their jav
they might be guilty of less wisdor.
But yu kan't alter bng natur, wi
spiling it for enny thing else, enny
thou you kan an elephant's egg.
A. slander is like a hornet;-if yon
kill it dead the first blow, you bett
strike at it.
I make this distinction between
raott-t, onldL reputation-reputation, is
whatthe w&I#fiWn*?lof us; character is
what the world jiotes of ua. ?
Politeness is a shrewd way folks liavt
of flattering themselves.
What a ridiculous farce it is
continually on the hunt for peaoo
No man ever yet increased his reputa?
tion by contradicting Hes.
Anxiety always steps on itself.
Silence, like darkness, is generally
There are only two things that I know
of that a man won't brog of-ono is ly
iug, and the other is jealousy.
It takes brains to make a smart man,
but good luck often makes a famous one.
Opinions aro like other vegetables
worth just what they will fetch.
I think most men would rather be
charged with malice than with making a
Love cuts up all sorts of monkey
shines-it makes n fool sober and a wise
I don't believe in total depravity
every man has something in him to show
that Qod made him.
I suppose that ono reason that the
"road to ruin" is broad is, to accommo?
date the great travel in that direction.
A humbug is like a bladder-good for
nothing until it is blowcd up, and then
ain't good for nothing after it is prickod.
A big nose is said to bo a sign of ge?
nius. If a man's genius lays in his nose,
I would say the sign is a good one.
Vanity is seldom malicious.
A woman (like an echo) will have the
Put nu Englishman into the Garden of
Eden, and ho would ?nd fault with the
whole blasted conoern; put a Yankee in,
and he would see where he could alter it
with advantage; put au Irishman in, and
be would wnut to boss the thing; put a
Dutchman in, and ho would proceed at
once to plant cabbage.
CURE ron THE Wnoorrso COUCH.-A
physician writes to DemoresCs Monthly
Magazine an interesting communication
on the nature and treatment of whoop?
ing cough, and adds:
"The remedy for thc euro of this ter?
rible disease is simple. It is within reach
and procurable by all. Perhaps its very
simplicity will cause it to bo neglected.
It is simply to administer tho decoction
or infusiou of thocommou casienea vesca,
chestnut loaves; or, if better understood,
chestnut leaves tea. The infusion is pre?
pared in tho ordinary manner that tea is
daily prepared for domestic purposes, to
wit : Pour ono quart of boiling water on
one ounce of tho chestnut leaves, aud
keep covered. When cold, an ordinary
tea cup-fnl may bo given three or four
times daily; the last at thc time of the
patient retiring to rest for the night.
Sugar and milk may be added, if neces?
sary, to deceive thc patient."
NEGRO KILLED.-Cyrus Burgess was
accidentally killed in this place, on Sab?
bath last, by the falling of a well-sweep.
Late in tho night, he went to a well to
draw water, and in doing so the well
sweep fell, and struck him on the bead,
mashing in the skull, which caused his
instant death.-Kingstree Star.
THE PRESIDENT COMINO.-The Macon
Telegraph says: "We have been informed,
that there is a letter in Macon from the
Private Secretary of the President, which
states that the President intends to visit
tho State Fair in Macon, if he can possi?
bly do so consistently with official en?
gagements at that time."
A Sunday school teacher was giving a
lesson on Bath. She wauted to bring
out tho kindness of Boaz in command?
ing the reapers to drop larger haud-fuls
of wheat. "Now, children," she said,
"Boaz did another very nico thing for
Ruth; can you toll mo what it was?"
"Married her!" said one of the bo\'s.
Tho New Orleans Times announces tho
death of Col. Samuel M. Hyams, of Nnt
chito^hes, La., with a review of his life
and public services. He was a native of
South Carolina, but removed to Louisi?
ana, with several brothers, in 1830, at
the age of seventeen.
Somebody who has found out all about
tho Ku Klux, and is very much afraid of
them, says that the sign of recognition
is the right hand placed on the breast;
the sign of distress is tho hands clasped
behind the head; the grip is a shake o?
the hand with tho first finger doubled in.
GOOD.-The Now York Republic says
Byron woke up one morning and found
himself famous. Mrs. Harriet Beecher
Stowe woke up one morning and found
herself othei -vise.
Mr. A. W. Shiltito, an aged and re?
spected citizen of Abbeville, died in that
County, suddenly, on Wednesday last.
Can you suggest a suitable wife for a
seedsman? O, yes! a nursery maid.
Cheese ! Cheese ! !
C/"V BOXES choice, cutting CHEESE just
t)V/ received, aud for aale low, hv
Oct8_J. AJT. B.'AONEW.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
_ HAVING received from New York my
slU supply of FALL and WINTER GOODS,
jl]lconsisting of English, French and Ameri
? 'ill pan C'aaeimorea,Scotch Tweeds, Vestings,
.'c., Ac, I invito myoid customers and tho
public generally to call and examine for them?
selves, feeling ?atisfied that 1 can show as lire
Coode, and give as good bargains, as cun bo
obtained anywhere. With an experience of
fifteen or twenty years ia tho business, and a
corps of competent workmen, my customers
?nay relv upon being satisfied.
Sept it) _ _ J. F. F.ISENMANX.
New Dress Goods
C. F. JACKSON'S,
HANDSOME lino of black and colored
SILKS, Satin striped POPLINS,
Figured, Chene and Mottled MOnAIBS,
Gray Mixed MALANGE,
Silk raced POPLINS, French PLAID, All-wool
EPINGLINE, plain black CRETONNE, black
and colored ALPACAS, black nepellant CLOTH,
ltlBBONB, Trimmings and Buttoua, fashiona?
ble Btvlos; magnificent Sash Bibbons.
Sept 29 C. F. JACKSON.
' I X C . ' V.L Li" *-?.
dft\ f~\ AFTER th? 1st of November, it is
^LlJuS?r propop.ed to furnish thqsu Oysters,
^SJBr either in the shell or opened, in
quantiMoa to ?nit purcnaaers, and at the log?
e?t market prices. ? <
The Mill Pond Oyster supplied will be tho
celebrated OULLA ISLAND OYSTER, from
the Luoas Mill Pond, at Charleston, which, for
flavor and plumpnoea, ia well known to be un?
Terms cash. Orders solicited from all par tn
of the country. Address
THOMAS McCRADY, Agent.
P. O. Box No. 339, Charleston, 8. C.
REFERENCES.-Jamea Adgor A Co., Hon. J.
B. Campbell, Dr. St. J. Bavonol, David Jen?
nings, McCradv A Son, YY. O. Dingle, John S.
Bvan._Oct 8 GU
ABE now ready for distribution Thostock
of gooda AT BETAIL in tho Front Store
is replete and full, and of every conceivable
stylo and price, ft
Oar Shawl and Cloak Department
Presents some raro attractions in prices and
Our Dress Goods Department,
As usual, exhibits all the handsome novelties.
Our Hosiery and Unnderwear Depart?
Supplies all the articles of comfort and protec?
tion for winter uso.
Our Notion and Haberdashery Depart?
Will, as heretofore, rcceivoour best attention,
and every novelty, useful or ornamental, can
be had from it.
Our Carpet Department
Thia season excel? everything of the kind ever
exhibited in Columbia before, comprising
everything known to tho trade in tho way of
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Is a specialty, \\ jcrcin we claim to give all the
advantages that can bo offered. The Ooods
for thc Department are on hand-bought
right, and sold with aa little, expense as the}'
can bo handled anywhere.
Wo solicit a call from every one wanting
Oocds. We positively guarantee our billa
certainly as cheap-often cheaper-than can
he had elsewhere. B. C. SHIVER.
*y Tho Greonvillo Enterprise, Abbeville
Prca?, Yorkvillo Enquirer, Newberry Herald,
Chester Reporter, Keowee Courier, Spartan
burg Spartan, UnionvUlo Times and Camden
Journal will copy to the extent of one-fourth
of a column, chango woekly, with the PHCESIX,
for the quarter commencing October 1,180'.).
R. 0. SHIVER,
AGENT for GBOVEB A BAKEB'S
B. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for ROCK ISLAND
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for GBANITEVILLE
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for BATE8YILLE BROWN GOODS
AND YABNS. _
R. C. SHIVER,
AGENT for R0BERT8' NEEDLES and CUT .
LEBY, such as Fino Shears, Scissors,
Pocket-Knives, Pocket Cutlory for ladies, and
the Parabola Needles, the ladies favorite.
Also, for B.C. Shiver's celebrated PALMET?
TO NEEDLE, made in Birmingham, England,
for our special trade._
HAYING boon appointed Agent for tho sale
of tho BAMIE PLANT Tn this city, and
also engaged to some extent for eix mont hs in
its cultivation, I am propared to gire informa?
tion as to its adaptability and roccivo orders
for Plants; also authorized to establish Bub
ageucics for the salo of tho Plant that is at
prcsont agitating our planting community.
Oct 1_R. 0. SHIVER.
AT J. SULZBACHER'S.
CHEAP DRY GOODS, at
CHEAP HATS AND CAPS, at
CHEAP SHOES AND BOOT8, at
Oct C Main street, next Phonix Office.
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened a beauti?
ful assortment of article? in his line, to
which ho invito* the attention of purchasers.
His stock of WATCHES is from the beat
makors in tho country, while his JEWELRY i?
unexceptionable; and his FANCY ARTICLES
are ao varied tn character that bois contident
he will hu ablo to please the moat fastidious.
SPECTACLES to suit all agea. Ho invites spe?
cial at lout ion to tho collection of SILVER and
PLATED WARE, which is warranted to be a?
represented. All kinds of REPAIRING faith?
fully attended to. Givo mc a call
Oct 7 Noxt door to Savings Bank.
To the Public.
" HAYING just returned from tho North,
with a NEW STOCK OF SUPEBIOB
[JAGOOD8, for tho custom trade, I am pro
. '.Iif.parcd to till orders at short notice and
in the rory latent styles. A better stock, in
my line, has novor boen brought to thia city,
and hsviug soveral oompeteut workmen, I
guarantee satisfaction to all. Givo me a call.
Hept 18_C. D. EBEBHABDT.
Bremen Lager Beer.
JUST RECEIVED, 5 Casks-60 Doz. Pints
of this celebrated BEEB, which baa been
oat of market for some time, as tho quantity
is limited. An early call, only, oan eecuro a
Bupply. GEORGE SYMMERS.
Baeon and Flour.
2AAA POUNDS BACON.
,UUU BBLS. FLOUR, and other goods
as LOW as thov CAN BE BOUGHT, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHRE.
, VSum ? Sale,
John C. fteegort nv. Jumes B. Lanier, au '
John H. Moyer t?s. Jane? D. Lanier.- Ha.
raiO* of AtUvAmtmt.' \ ?. < ! .? ? 1
IN pursuance of an order in tho above stated
caaes, made by A. L. Solomon, ono of tho
Magistrates for Richland County, I will soil,
on MONDAY, the ?th of Oetnbor instant,
at the Lanier House, tn Columbia, within th?
legal boura: \
The Furnitur? and Fixture? of. a Restau?
rant, consist iuR of Chaira, Tablea, StovcH, De?
cantera, Bottle? of Ale, Liquors, Oas Pond?
ant?, Counter?, Crockery, Glassware, Knives,
Forks, Ac., attached aa the property of James
B. Lanier, at the respectivo anita of John C.
Seegera and Jobn H. Meyer ca. James B. La?
Terms cash. P. F. FRA/EE, B. B. C.
Oct 9_m th
WE will exhibit on MONDAY a very exten
sive and varied ?tock of fine fancy
Dress Goods and Mourning' Goods,
Which have been selected from latest importa?
tions, and bought at greatly reduced prices.
OUR FLANNEL STOCK
Comprises the beat makes, and wUl be found
Trimmings, Ribbons. Embroideries,
And LACES, of the very latest designa.
Cassim ere, Cloths and Under-wear,
JEANS, TWEEDS, and Domes lio Gooda ba
every variety and price.
New atyloa of Goods will be received WEEK?
LY. We desire to retain tho trade at home,
and will keop such Goods as suits tho wants ot
our oostomora. The price wRl be aa low aa
they san be bought anywhere.
W. D. L0 7E A CO.,
Slain atroet, Columbia, 8. 0.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. MoOBEERY.
R. & M C.
?y^*E aro receiving a very largo stock of
HATS, ?fcc, ?ftc.,
Which we have aelected with great caro, and
offer to our customers at
A NEW FEATURE.
WE have secured tho services of a FIRST
F Ii EN CH CUSTOM CLO THIN G CUTTER
AND SUITABLE TAILORS,
And will make CLOTHING TO OBDER in
stylo and fit second to no other house in the
Wo have a m agu i ii cent lino of
FRENCH ANO ENGLISH CASSIMERES
To select from, and will tako pleasure in shoe?
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO WHOLESALE
BU Y EBA.
Notice of Copartnership.
?THE subBcribors havo this dayKSgS^
formed a Copartnership, for the|MS*]a
transaction of a General Grocery 1^^x31
and Commiaaion. bueiqesa, in thia city to bo
conducted under th?-? natale and atyle of WELLS
A CALDWELL; and hope, by s trio t attention,
to business, to merit a liberal share of patron?
age from our friends and the public generally.
We have ampio warehouoo room for the stor?
age of Cotton, and other country produce.
Our location ia on Gervais atreet, near tba
South Carolina and Greenville and Columbia
Bailroad Depots, and next door Weat of the
National Hotel. JACOB H. WELLS.
JOHN D. CALDWELL.
Coi.min A, 8. C., October 2, 1869. OS II6J9
rflHE subscriber has opened an office at tho
_ Store of Messrs. Wella A Caldwell, and
will be pleased to seo bb) friends and former
customers. Storage will be provided for any
Cotton that may be consigned to his care.
Oct 8 jjgjg_JAMES K. FBLDAY.
Removed to New Store
In Columbia Hotel Block, One Door North
of Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
IS now receiving a very
t3?UrgoFall Stock, and ia now
^opon for inspection. The
'stock will compriso every
article usuallv kopt in a first class house, auch
as Hats, from tho lowest grade to tho finest
silk beaver, Boots and Shoos in ove ry stylo,
and at prices to suit ali, Trunk?, Valises. La?
dies' and Gents' Leather. Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, School Satchels, Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for patt favors. I WUl be happy to
receive a continuance of public patronage.
Tho attention of Wholesale Bayera is soli?
cited. Call at aigu of the big Boot and Hat.
Oct 3^ _A..8MYTHE.,
English Dairy Cheese.
Cy pr BOXES E. D. CHEESE,
? . > 50 boxea Catting Cheese.
For eale low by E. A G. D. HOFE.
PIPE PURE BOHIEDAM GIN, direct from,
tho Custom Boneo. JOHN C. 'EEGER8?