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PARIS, October 15.- Napoleon wont
ha??r Oelber ?.-.The Times
says: The confidence of Spain's ability
to suppress the insurrection is increasing
ia commercial oirolos.
GtABGOw, October 15.-A groat fire is
raging lu this city. The Volean Oil
Works and tho Eagto Iron Works havo
' been destroyed. Loss very heavy.
MADRID, October 15.-The reply of
tile Ministers to Sickles is that tho na?
tional dignity prevents the acceptance of
foreign mediation in domestic ?ffairs.
Valencia still hold 8 ont againt the troops.
WASHINGTON, October 15.-Customs
frorn tho Isl to tho 9th, inclusive, are
oVer $4,500,1)00. Internal revenue re?
ceipts aro over $4,500,000.
Delano has returned.
The Hon. Jefferson Davis sailed from
- Baltimores for Charleston, to-day, ?n route
ipfc for Mississippi.
Major D. G. Swain has boon appoint?
ed a Freedmen's Burean educational
fnnotionary for the border States, vice
Farragut is still very ill and will hard?
ly live through the night.
Delano ^decides that lawyers, having
two distinct offices, or places of business,
mu st pay twp Kee n Bes.
.lt Ja stated that Qen. Cunby'rf report
Is.'Wsl tp charges of frand? intimidation,
&oJ, ia tho Virginia election.
Hoar, Phillipa and Carlisle argued ju
j^i^iction in tho A erger habeas corpus
: tO'vday, , The decision Was reserved,
W?ienUhe Oourt adjourned to Monday.
^'Nqthiag additional regarding the eloc
' ' .;r' .. ?VisUMlSia Uretra.
'. ' ' Hj^g^kjrifefj^rft?,, October 15.- In con?
nection with the 'election troubles, the
Prothonotsry bf the Common Pleas
ConrOfM&rejk&ET 33a looked np. His
office bears signs of having been ran?
<xWtt^i^,,VOdfc>ber 15.- Tho pro
Sof the convention are still pre
ANCISCO, Ootober 15.-Accounts
zallan of the 4th, State that a
i in Sinaloa is' imminent,
fe stationed along the Southern
frontier. The Government is buying
and manufacturing war material. De?
sertions nra numerous. Los odo's cavalry
had appeared on the Southern frontier,
Causing considerable alarm.
WILMINGTON, Ootober 15.-The case
.of the stoop oT war ?riba comes up bo
foro tho United States Commissioner to
i morrow, and couti mies to excite great
ibterest. A marine who had deserted
frot? the Cuba, and went to New York,
has been brought here as a witness for
the Government. An attempt was made,
by'the officers of the Coba, to arrest him
to-day, but the officers of the United
States gun-boat Frolic, claimed that he
was under the' protection of tho United
States flag; jand the movement was aban?
doned, Toe impression is general that
the case will be again continued by Go?
vernment District Attorney Pierpont, of
New York, who is expected to take part
in the prosecution to-morrow. The
officers of tho Cuba ar? still confident of
their ultimate release.
AUGUSTA, October 15.-There was a
light frost in this and other sections of
the State this morning.
CHARLESTON, October 15.-Arrived
steamer Charleston, New York, ?ailed
steamer Prometheus, New York; bark
Frank Marion, New Orleans; schooners
Conservative, New York; Thomas Boaz,
Georgetown, S. C.
PniijADEuniiA, Ootober 15-NOOJ.
The Press table makes Geary's majority
3,164. The Age publishes no table, but
says the returns are unreliable. Both
parties Claim the State. Official returns
will be required to decide the contest.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, Ootober 16-1 A. M.
Returns sinco noon don't chango the
probable result of 10,000 majority for
HOTED ARRIVAIS, Ootober 15.-Nicker
son House.-D. F. Marshall, Texas; H.
Beattie, Greenville; E. C. McClure.
Chester; E. S. J. Hayes, B. J. Hayes,
Lexington, S. C.; W. H. Bogers, Lex?
ington, Ky.; R. C. Carlisle and wife,
Miss Satilla Bon wick, Newberry; Miss
Sallie Cooper, Ga.; Mrs. C. H. Banks
and child, Warrenton, Va. ; C. F. Buck,
Conwayboro; H. J. Fisher, Marion; B.
M. Harris, Richmond; John McQueen,
New York; W. L. Hodges, Cokesberry;
S. H. Denoan, Albany, N. Y.
National Hotel.-H. Robinson, Level
Land; Geo. Taylor, B. G. Green, city;
J. R. Ellis, Doe West; A. P. Willing?
ham, A. R. Towers, Anderson; J. P.
Meehan, Charleston; J. K. Vance, Lau?
rens; F. A. Connor, Cokeabnry; Thomas
Steen, Greenville; Isaac T. Weston,
Gadsden; Wm. Caldwell, Mrs. Caldwell,
Mrs. Torbet, Georgia; B. G. Yocnm,
city; Lonis Schiller, A. Ramsay, Jr., J.
H. MoDewitt, Edgefield; Mrs. M. A.
Smith, Miss Smith, Jos. P. Smith, Spar
tonburg; O. P. Gardner, F. M. Hord,
Rutherford, N. C. ; R. H. Kennaghan,
Hamburg; D. S. Griffin, L. Gunter,
Lexington; J.McDewitt, Edgefield; H.
P. Sbackleford, Baltimore; J. G. Green,
High Land Grove; S. Morgan, Spartan
burg; Mrs. Merriman, Miss Merriman,
Greenwood; J. Hollinshead, Abbeville;
Willis Gray, Tenn. ; J. M. Sill, Union;
C. W. Guffln, Greenville.
Columbia Hotel.--J. W. P. Otts, Co?
lombia, Tenn.; T. H. Symrnes, H. T.
Peake, Charleston; B. J. Acoinelly, Bal?
timore; P. L. Wiggin, Beaufort; J. E.
Thames, Angosta; D. Jones, Newberry;
R. M. Steele, Chester; E. H. Hennings,
New York; J. H. Hniet, Edgefield; T. N.
Riley, Greenwood; T. J. Onzts, Pheonix;
Miss Stone, Miss E. Rosenorants, Miss
R. H. Griffin. S. C.; II. A. Smith, Fair?
field;, T, P. Weston, Richland; Miss C.
E. Brailsford, R. C. Richardson and
lady, Master R. C. Richardson, -Claren?
lc better. Pork quio*, at 81.00. Cotioa
quiet, ai 26,l?.
7 P. ?L-Cotton Heavy, tri th sales
of 2,500 bales, at 26)?. Floor-low
grades better; superfino State 5.65@
5.75; common to fair extra Southern
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat-better grades 3@
5o. better for export; winter red Western
email@example.com. Corn l@2o. bettor. Pork
n shade firmer, and in fair demand, at
31.00. Lard doll. Whiskey lower, at
1.2001.22. Freights-cotton, steam, >?;
flour 2@4>?; grain 7@7fj. Sail-6?,;.
Money firm, at G@7. Gold steady, at
30. Stocks dull and declining.
BALTIMORE, October 15.-Cotton dull,
at 26. Flour activo-Howard street
5.62>?(a>5.75. Wheat steady and recoipts
light.* Corn firm-white 1.10(^1.16.
Provisions unchanged. Whiskey ?.20(o>,
CINCINNATI, October 15. -Corn steady,
at 00, Whiskey in fuir demand, at 1.15.
Mess pork 31.00. Bacon dall-clear
NEW ORLEANS, October IB.-Cotton
firm, nt 24?i@25; sales 3,000 bales.
Flour lower-sn perri ne 5.50 ;,double 5.70 ;
treblo COO. Corn drooping.' Whiskey
firstname.lastname@example.org. Others unchanged. Gold
Monmu, October 15.-Sales :of cotton
to-day, 4?0 bales-market steady and
bare-middiings23%?24; receipts 1,852.
AUGUSTA, October 15.-Cotton market
active, with sales of 530 bales; recoipts
SAVANNAH, October 15.-Sales of cot?
ton to-day 500 bares; red?rpHs 2,383
CHARLESTON, October 15.-Cotton
quiet but less firm, with sales of 200
bales-middling 25; recoipts 1,111.
PARIS, October 15.-Tho bourse is
quiet-rentes 71 and 22.
FRANKFORT, October 15.-Bonds firm,
LONDON, Ootober 15-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 93>?. Bonds 82, ex-interest.
LIVERPOOL, October 15-3 P. M.
Cotton stoady and more active-uplands
12>?; Orleans 12??. Sales of the week
54,000 bales; exports 8,000; speculation
8,000; stook 425,000, whereof American
is 42,000. Receipts of tho week 22,000,
whereof American is 7,000. Stock nt
sea 384,000, of which American is 20,000.
. LIVERPOOL, October 15-Evening.
Cotton closed firmer-uplands 12^; Or?
leans 12}?; sales 12,000 bales.
Report for Week ending Friday, Oct. 15,1869.
PUONIX OFFICE. COLUMBIA, October 16,18C9.
COTTON.-There has been very littlo cotton
on tho market during the past week, plantera
seeming determined to hold on until better
prices aro obtained. Tho sales amounted to
125 halos, as follows: 44 at 24}; 3 at 234; 177 at
23$; C5 at 23}; IC at 23] ; 39 at 214; 53 at 24J; 28
There is no chango to notice in other articles
of country produce.
Tho following are buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Bank Notes, prepared by Gregg, Palmer
A Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camden.... CO Exchange.12
Bank of Charleston.85 Planters'.5
Bank of Cheater.... 13 Farmers and Exchge
Bank of GeorgetownlG State.G
Bank of Newberry.. .83 Union.95
Bank SouthCarolinalO So.Western H.,old, C5
State South Car. old,SO People's.85
State South Ca. new, lt) Planten andllech. 90
Hamburg. C Merchants'.8
Tho Carolina National Bank, of this city, is
buying sight exchange on New York at three
eighths discount, and selling drafts at par.
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT,
COnHECTED WEEKLY BY TUE
COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES, fdm.l 25@1 50 MoLASSEs,Cuba,57@r>2
BAooiNO.Gunuy 27@28 Now Ori'nsl 00@110
Dundee fi yd 30<'<i32 Sugar H'so..75@l 25
BALK BOTE, Manil,(i?2G NAILS, %) kegC 00@7 00
N.Y.orWea^tM0(g)15 ONIONS. P>UB150@1 75
BuTTEii, Northern (<j50 OIL, K?roaeno,g60@75
Country, y U>.25?|35 Machinery_75?1 00
BACON. Hams. ..25(??27 POULTRY,Ducks j*r
Sides,lb... .21@23 Turkeys.3 00
Shoulders... 19 @20 Chickens.20@20
BUICK*, %U,000 . .9@12 Geese.
CANDLES, Sperm40((?70 SPECIE, Gold 1 30@1 31
Adamantine lt>21(a)25 Silver.1 24f(jl 25
Tallow. 14@1G POTATOES, Iris75@l 50
COTTON YABNI 90^2 00 Sweet, bus 1 25@1 50
CoTTON.Strict Md@25 BICE, Carolinatt8}<i?09
Middling .. .24 (<c East India_
Low Midl'g, 23 O? SUOT, $bag. 3 12@3 25
GoodOrduy,22 @ SALT, Liverp.290@
Ordinary... 21 (??22 SOAP, %<lb,.7}@11
CHEESE, E.D.?.. 21@23 SPIBITS, Alcohol,gl4 00
factory.18?20 Brandy . .4 00@12 00
COFFEE, Rio, #Ib22@26 HoUndGin.5 00@7 00
Laguayra_27@31 American..2 WbfA 00
Java.87@40 Jam. Hum.G 00@7 00
FLOUB, CO. 9 00??H1000 N.E. "..2 00<a3 0?
Northern. 7 50(rS12 00 Bo. Whisky 3 50@4 50
GBAIN, Corn 1 70&1 80 Mononghfa2 50@4 00
Wheat... .1 C0?2 00 Rectifled.. 1 35@1 05
Oats. 90@1 00 SDOAB, Crus'd, 18}@19
Peas.1 50@1 GO Powdered... 18}@20
HAT, North, tyewt. Brown.12@17
Eastern. STAUCH, *J( U... . 91 fa ll
HmEs.Dry, #1M2}?18 TEA, Green ?,100(5)200
Green.@8 Black,_1 00? 1 50
INDIOO, Caro.. .1@1 25 TOBACCO, Chw.G0@l 25
LARD,$n.20@25 Smoking,lb..50(fi] 00
LUMIIEU, Bda 100 f.l 50 VINEQAB, Wiuo,.70?75
Scantling.1 50 | Cider.50?60
Bhinglos.yiOOO..2 75 French... .1 25?1 50
LIME, $ bbl. 2 70@2 80 WINE, Cham. 25@32 00
MEATS, Pork, fdb. 15* Port, ^gal300@5 00
Beef.8@12 Sherry... .3 50@G 00
Mutton.12} Madeira.. .2 50@8 00
"Won't you take half of this apple?"
said a pretty damsel. "No, I tbank
you, I would prefer a bettor half." She
blushed and referred him to papa.
The Pope rocoives on an avorogo
$2,000,000 por annum from Peter's
penoe, which ooght to cover his littlo
Tho Old Cariosity Shop, printed in
raised loiters at the expense of Charles
Dickens, has been distributed among tho
institutions for the blind in Pennsylvania.
The Oassagnaos, father and son, have
fought 110 dnela within the past twenty
Do you want au Appetite? Uso Solo?
mons' Bitters-greatest tonio of the age.
EogUad mimom *??ai>c?itIon to get rid
o? W?^lo?ji?.pc?e^ United]
States should manifest ? destro io ag?
grandize them. England has only been
driven to heir pr?tent conree by lon? and
bitter experienoe. With the single ex?
ception Qi India, every outpost of civili?
sation abe holde has proved a loeoU to
sock her life blood. It speaks poorly
for the abilities of oar rolers, Who, with
these facts before them, endeavor to fol?
low in her path of disaster. Not even the
sole want urged-that ot naval stations,
will be at ail compensating for the im?
mense expense their maintenance will
incur. From present appearances the
annexation of San Domingo is likely to
be made a leading radical measure at the
next session of Congress, and as we can?
not account for this course upon any
reasonable grounds, we aro forced to
look below the surface for the real mo?
tive. We think this may bo found in a
hnge speculative job, by which ono of
the administration rings will reap a
golden harvest, and a door be opened
through which Fred Douglass can bo
pensioned off as a sort of vicegerent.
A Miss Dooly, of Washington City,
was outraged by a negro near Fort
Washington, Maryland, a fow dayB ago.
The wretch was afterwards arrested and
hung-tho, lynohers firing a dozen balls
into tho body, to make sore work of tho
A man in Kentuoky thought he would
scaro his wife by throwing a few paving
stones through tho window. She imme?
diately got even with him by shooting
him throagh tho jugular artillery, and he
has been let down in a box.
A building fell on South Tenth street,
Brooklyn, N. Y., Tuesday, instantly kill?
ing John Loftus and William Nolan, and
severely injuring several others.
A slavor, having 250 negroes on board,
Was lately captured on tho Arabian coast,
by a British cruiser.
If you aro an Invalid, and wish a Re?
storer and Invigorator, "Use Solomons'
Strengthening and Invigorating Bitters. "
J-?rn", ?ssa ON Tuesday afternoon, tho
f^Dr^Z^X 13th instant, on Laurel or Bull
street, a pair of ?OLD SPECTACLES, ita a
morocco oaso. A reward will be given for
their recovery. Tobo left at the
Oct 16 1*_PHOENIX OFFICE.
State Agricultural and Mechanical So?
AMEETING of the Executivo Committee
is oallod at Colombia Hotel, on tho EVEN?
ING OK 20TH OCTOBElt, after arrival of after?
noon trains. D. WYATT AIKEN.
Oct IC 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
S. C. HAMS.
K TIERCES Kentucky 8ugar-Curod HAMS,
pj superior quality. Juat rooeived and for
salo at CANTWELL'S,
Oct 16 1_Main street.
.Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
-v BAGGING. B O P E, IBON _
R^lTIEb, BACON, Clear RibboutfEH
JSMKtSidcs and Shoulders. A chuicelfcjH
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,"*T*
in b?rrele, kegs, S lbs., 5 audio lb. packages.
Choice Family Flour, in bbla. and bags, with
a full assortment of other gradea. Liverpool
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in
bbls., halves, quarters and kite. SUGAR and
COFFEE, of all grades. TEAS, of all grades.
Molasses-Muacovado. New Orleans and Sugar
House Syrup. Tobacco and Sogars. Soap: Can?
dles, in boxes and half boxes; Cheese, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spicod Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glas?. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinot. Monongahela, Rye and Corn Whis?
key, and a variety of other fine brands.
WOODEN WARE, Nosts Iron and Brass
Bound Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Cans,
Nails, of all sizes, Shot of all numbers, Cast?
ing, Pots, OvonB, Spiders, Skillets and Frying
Pans, of all sizes.
All tho above named with many other arti?
cles has been recently purchased and selected
with caro and will bo sold low for cash. Givo
us a call. WELL8 A CALDWELL,
Near the 8. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
next door to National Hotel. Oct 1(1
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened a beauti?
ful assortment of articles in his lino, to
which ho invites tho attontion of purchasers.
His stock of WATCHES is from tho host
makers in tho country, while his JEWELRY is
unexceptionable; and his FANCY ARTICLES
are so varied In character that he is confident
he will be able to please the most fastidious.
SPECTACLES to suit all ages. He invites spe?
cial attention to tho oollection of SILVER and
PLATED WARE, which is warrantod to bo as
represented. All kinds of REPAIRING faith?
fully attended to. Give me a call
Pot 7_Next door to Savings Bank.
New Dress Goods
C. F. JACKSON'S,
HANDSOME line of black and colored
SILKS, Satin striped POPLINS,
Figurod, Chene and Mottled MOHAIRS.
Gray Mixed MALANGE,
Silk faced POPLINS, French PLAID, All-wool
EPINGLINE, plain black CRETONNE, black
and colorod ALPACAS, black ropollaut CLOTH,
RIBBONS, Trimmings and Buttons, fashiona?
ble stylos; magnificent Saab Ribbons.
8ept 2'J_ C. F. JACKSON.
To the Public.
HAVINGJuat returned from tho North,
with a NEW STOCK OF SUPERIOR
GOODS, for tho custom trado, I am pro
pared to fill orders at short notice and
in tho very latent stylos. A bettor stock, in
my lino, has nevor been brought to this city,
and having several competent workmen, I
guarantco satisfaction to all. Givo mo a call.
Sopt 18 C. D. EBERHARDT.
I respectfully inform my
^^^7 friends and public in genoral
^*C^C-3^thHt I have just received a fine
V ^assortment of DOUBLE AND
SINGLE-BARRELLED GUN8. RIFLES, PIS?
TOLS and SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS.
Repairing done at short notioo by superior
workmen. . *?W. K&OTfi. e-?
Sept 17 Mainstreet.
;^fflttffiftri,iji? 1 "i Tart 'n '. * ri \r I
THE THIRD INSTALMENT, of ?25 ? 8haro,
ia called for on or bc foro MONDAY, 18TH
Instant. E. P. ALEXANDER,
Pot 16 8_ Preslseat.
WE take plo*truro
in notifying oar
friends and toe
pabilo that ve have
removed oar Stock,
; GROCERIES, ?ko.,
to Old EXCHANGE
BAN K CORNER,
nearly opposito Co?
whcro wo will bo
pleased to seo and
offor thom oxtra inducomentB in all articles
usnallv kept in tho GROCERY. HARDWARE
and LIQUOR lino. T. J. & H. M. CIBSON,
Oct 15 Old Eichango Bank Corner.
. - TO an approved tenant, tho FECK-J^Mk
ffT? HAM HOUSE, located about twoSK
XiULmiles from Columbia; land uufiiciont^C.
for planting purposes attachod. Possession
given immediately. Large stable and all ne?
cessary out-houses. Apply to nonry Beard, or
Oct ll 4_THOB. J. LAMOTTE.
DR. LEAK'S PREMIUM TOBACCO -in
. difforont stvlns, inbludiug tho EXTRA
TWI8T, so well known.
MorriB A Sons' DURHAM SMOKING TO?
BACCO-considoredthe best. For salo in any
quantity, by E. STENHOUSE.
C L OT H IN GT.
J HAVE JUST RECEIVED AXD OPENED
a very large and desirablo Stock of Fall and
Wintor CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
nATS, Ac, which I am determined to offer
purchasers on tho most reasonable torms.
Oct 13_WM. J. HOKE.
AGOOD COMPOSITOR, who is steady and
reliable, can obtain a situation, by apply?
ing at PHOENIX Office._Oct tl
Lager, Ale and Porter.
BREMER LAGER, McEwan'a ALE and
Guinnisa' PORTER can bo obtained at
THE POLLOCK HOUSE.
191 Main street, Columbia, S. O.
* 9. TX't? .? "Ka. 1? 9. 0 G
Bacon and Flour.
2AAA POUNDS BACON.
,UUU DELS. FLOUR, and other goods
ati LOW aa they CAN BK BOUGHT, by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHRE.
AT the next session of tho Logialaturo, ap?
plication will bo mado to that body for a
Charter, by tho COLUMBIA OIL COMPANY.
and IRONS, purchased at low rates, by
FLSHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Pure Corn Whiskey.
OA BB LS. Pure Corn WHISKEY, for sale
?Ul -vtodoalorB. E. A G. D. HOPE,
Maj Agents Old North State Distillery.
English Dairy Cheese.
i)K BOXES E. D. CHEESE,
?trJ 50 boxes Cutting Cheoao.
For sale low by_E. A G. D. HOPE.
TINNED and Enameled Preserving KET?
TLES, for salo low. by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
DR. W. H. TUTT'S
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegotable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dyo, For sale bv
Fob27_ly__E. E. JACKSON.
Jos. DANIEL POTE. A. C. HASKELL.
POPE & HASKELL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS I.\ EO,l ITV,
Office-Law Rang' Columbia, S. C. May 5
Riohland-In Probate Court.
W. W. Rife vs. T. C. Rife, et al.-In partition.
ON motion of J. H. Runklo, Attornoy pro
pet., it is ordered that the creditors of tho
oblato of Jacob Rife, decoaaed, prove their
claims boforo the Judgo of Probate, on or be?
fore tho 9th day of October, A. D. 18C9.
WILLIAM UUTSON WIOG,
July 10 a_Judge of Probate.
Fine Teas, Liquors, &c.
HYSON, Black and Japan TEAS, solectod
by an export.
Mocha, Java, Laguayra and Rio COFFEES.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CORDIALS_These
aro guaranteed in strength, quality and puri?
ty; in varioty equal to any house outside the
great commercial centred, as to prices as well
as quality._GEO. SYMMERS.
pr (\ BBLS. St. Lotus FAMILY FLOUR, pro
rj\f nounccd by all who havo used it equal to
any ever sold in this city. Try it. 100 Barrels
and Bags, assorted qualities, at prices which
I cannot fail to ploase.
Fivo Casks oxtra sugar-cured HAMS; 5 do.
1 BACON STRIPS; Fulton Markot BEEF; Pic?
kled Salmon >.nd Smoked Herrings, all select?
ed for first class family trade, frosh to hand
and for salo by_GEORGE SYMMERS.
MBS DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for the
.?rrrrTfliboral pat mnage ho has received from
the citizens of this city and tho surrounding
District, during tho past year, respectfully an?
nounces that ho now permanent ly establishes
himself in Columbia. All operations on the
natural Teeth faithfully performed. ARTI?
FICIAL CASES, in every approved method,
carefully and satisfactorily executed-among
which ho would call special attention to that
known as Reynold*)' l'a tent; and of bia snc
coBS in constructing Artificial Cases by this
beautiful and durable process, ho is enabled,
with confidence, to rofcr to his patients and to
thopatentco. Office on Mainstreet, over First
National Bank._Jan 8
SOME dealers in this city have been in doubt
that I co?ld hold out supplying them with
Boer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I have a large supply of old Lager Beer
on hand, which I put against any Boer brought
from the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to purity and streng th. I am ready
. to tass it by the Boer soale.
^Auflrr7* JOHN C. SEEGERS.
HB 18 PREFABED TO 8TOBE A* ir SELL
COTTON and COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Oct ia , _$6
Scrip Ko. 9, Southern Mutual Iniurance
Company, Athens, Georgia.
riTHE above mont inned SCRIP is now red eera
1 able In caab. Holders of the same wilt
please call on H. E. NICHOL? A CO.,
Oct 10 0_, Agents.
Scott, Williams & Co.
OFFER for sale:
STOCK in Columbia and Augusta Bail
First Mortgage 7 per cent. BONDS of do.
City of Columbia BONDS.
CITY 00UPON8, receivable for taxes. ,
They aro buying SIGHT EXCHANGE on
Now York at 4 discount and selling at par.
WE HAVE RECEIVED. AND nAVE READY
for examination, tho largest and most attrac
tivo STOCK that it has ever been our plea?
sure to exhibit. It is so extensivo and varied,
that it is impoaaiblo to enum?rate. Wo, there?
fore, invite our frionda, and all in want of good
and cheap Dry|Goods, to call and seo for them?
selves. Wo pledge oursolves to givo satisfac?
tion in regard to tho style, quality and prico
of our Goods. J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
THE KID GLOVE !
TN PLAIN, DUCHESS, AND
L BUTTON TOP.
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF
RYNIER DOG SKIN FOR GENTS.
AT POPULAR PBICE8.
W. D. LOVE Si CO.,
Oct 13 Main stroet, Columbia, S. C.
OUR CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
ARE NOW OPEN FOR
Will display tho Noweat Designs of the Season,
PRICES TO .SUIT ALL.
TRIMMING FRINGES, in all shades and
qualities, just received at
W. JD. LOVE A CO.'S,
Oct 13_Main etreot, Colombia, 8. C.
OFFICE BOARD COUNTY COM. RICHLAND,
COLUMBIA, October 1, 1869.
ALL persons having claims against RICH?
LAND COUNTY will present the aamn to
the undersigned, on or before the FIRST DAY
of Novcmbor next. D. B. MILLEE,
Oct 2 64_Clerk of Board.
Notice of Copartnership.
\ \^ THE subscribers have this day!
VUgt??formed a Copartnership, for the
?^KStranaaction of a General Grocery?_
and Commission business, in this city to .
conducted under the name and style of WELLS
A CALDWELL; and hope, by strict attention
to business, to merit a lib?rai sharo cf patron?
age from our friends and tho public generally.
Wo have ampio warehouse room for the sto'r- j
ago of Cotton, and^Jther country produoo.
Our location is on Gervais street, near the
South Carolina and Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Dopots, and next door West of tho
National Hotel. JACOB H. WELL8,
JOHN D. CALDWELL.
COLUIIDIA, S. C., October 2, 1809. 03 ||6i9
THE subscriber has oponed an office at tho
Store of Mesara. Wella A Caldwell, and
will bo ploased to seo hia friends '.nd former
ouatomorB. Storage will bi> nrovided for any
Cotton that may be consigned io his caro.
Oct 8 11619_JAMES K. FRIDAY.
Removed to New Store
Tn Columbia Hotel Block, One Door North
of Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
- , . IS now receiving a very .
^Kt?Vjj)l&rge Fall Stock, and is DDW^H^
^KtjTTvTulopen for inapection. ThoJ2T?rr
SMitf \?ul Irttock will comprise every ^*T^.
article usually kept in a first class house, such
as Hats, from the lowest grade to tho finest
silk beaver, Boots and Shoes in overy stylo,
and at prices to suit all, Trunks, Valises, La?
dies' and Gents' Leather, Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, School SateholB, Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors, I will bo happy to
receive a continuance of publio patronage.
Tho attention of Wholesale Buyers ia soli?
cited. Call at sign of tho big Boot and Hat.
Pot 8_A. 8MYTHE.
CHE AP CLOTHING,
AT J. SULZBACHER'S.
(1HEAP DRY GOODS, at
j J. SULZBACHER'S.
CHEAP HATS AND CAPS, at
CHEAP SHOES AND BOOTS, at
Oot 6 Main ttreel, ttezl Phonix O?ice.
THISJustly celebrated brand of VIRGINIA
FLOUR can always bo obtained at ?toro of
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
NOTICE is hereby given that application
will be made at the next session of tho
Legislature for a renewal nf the charter of tho
HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, of Co*
lumbla. L. T. LEVIN,
Aug 18 mo3 Socretary and Treasurer
Court of Equity Sale?.
O. B. Lamar et UK, et di. vs. Fora and Uuilaod, BJ
Executors, and X. J. Bobcr teou-In Equity. WM
IM pursuance ot decree? and ordere of Ute B
Conrt, nade in the abovo Mated ?awe. I H
will sen, to tb? binheet bidder?, before the ?
Court Houso, at Winnsboro, 8. C., on the fla
FIRST MONDAY in November next, and the B
dava folio wing, daring tho legal houra : .
All the REAL ESTATE belonging to tbs ep- B
tat? Of Gol. Nicholas A. Posy, deceased, con- ?
sifting Of ?boot 15,000 aerea of LAND, ailuato B
in the County of Fatrfield, upon tho Watsree WM
River and ll? tributaries. Thia land han been B
divided lute separate convenient tracte, con- fl
taining from 1,000 to 150 aerea, of which plata B
will bo exhibited at the sale; and the ?ale wiU flt
be made by trent. ?
A GOLD MINE, with.about G50 acres of land ?
circumjacent, known aa tho "Nott Mine," sita- BJ
ate tn Union County; of which Mine the ?aid ?
estate owns a part in tor est, *ud the other B
owners join in the sale, aa that tho purchaser BE
will buy tho whole interest: '
Tr. HM H.--About $5,000 cash, to be apportioned fl
pro raia between all thepurchaBcrs; for the fl
balance a credit of one, two, throe, four and WM
?vo years, thia balance being payable in equal BM
annual ins tajmonte,'with inter?st an the whole fl
from day of sale, payable annually; tor this fl
balance, purchasers to give bond, each, with BK
two good suroties and further sucurod by a BB
mortgage of ibo tiact purchased. - Any par- WM
chaaor paying" qne-tbird pf his whole old in fl
cash, WiU not bD required to have sureties to fl
his bond. Any purchaser paying the whole of fl
bis bid in cash, will bo allowed - a -diaconat of WM
ten cent, upon tho amount of his bid.
Parch aa eta, will ho. rehuir od to pay for all fl
necessary papers and wenno stamps.
8. D. CLO.WNEY, HH
ClerkC. C. P"Eouity side. BB
WinnBboro, 8. C., October 8.4669. O10a2 WM
Extensive Executor's Sale of Beal Estate and H
Personal Properly, belonging to the Estate oj BB
Henry Davis, deceased. . WM
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TE rt M s ot- SALE.-For tho real .oatato ono- |S
third cash, thc balanoe on a credi^of ono and Bil
two ycaxs, secured by - bond and mortgago.H
with interest from day of salo, paj'?blo semi-Bl
annui?yj the buildiugs io bo insured and po-Bj
licy ass i g nod. For personal property cash. BJ
cit v up to thia timo, h&vobeoh ?add on this BJ
property. The Rn turn s noir called for must BJ
no made and tho Taxes paid by the purchaser. H
On tho FIRST MONDAY in NOVEMBER next H
will be sold, before the Court House, in Co-HJ
lu m bia, at 10 o'clock, tho following valuable BJ
No. l-*#Lot>on; ?iain .street; between Bulli
and Pickena, being 78 feet front on Plain streotBS
and running back 208, more or loss, on wbiohH
there is a two story frame kitchen; boundodH
Eaat by residonco of James G. Gibbes, Esq. Bf
No. -Lot on tho South-east corner of theflj
square bounded by Senate, Sumter, PoudlotonBJ
and Marion streets, near and on the North
Side oft he Sonth Carolina University, measur?
ing 145 feet front by 103, more or lesa.
No. 3-Lot containing 8f aerea,moro or leap;
bounded by Tobacco, Indigo, Sumter and
No. 4-One square of ground, with the sur?
rounding streets included, being in tho real
of Mr. Edwin. J. Scott's residence, and known
aa tho Bofll property. "Tha 'title..to. thia pro?
perty will be for tho natural life tune of Mr
No. 5-Lot on Richardson or Main street
between Lady and .Washington. Known aa th?
Fenton lot, measuring ll.feet front by208
deep, moto or loss.
No. 6-Lot on West side of Main or Richard
eon atreeta, between Lady and Gervais, and
nearly opposite tbs old site,of Nickeraon'i
Hotel, measuring 26 foot front by 208, more Ol
lesa, adjoining Greenfield's Building on th?
South. ' Fl
No. 7-Lot joining tho above, fNo. C,) 2(
feet front by 208 doep, moro or l<*ea.
Noj.,8-Lpt joining tdio,aboye, (No. 7.) a
foot front, running ba?V 308, lbs Veer-half 8t
foot vddo, more or lees.
No. 9-South half of vacant Lot on Mail
street, 27 feet front by 208,more or lee's, beim
bounded South by R. C. Anderson's "bric
building sad North by buildings Owned by ea
tate of Henry Daria.
No. 10-North half of vacant Lot joining th
above, being 27 feet front by 200, mor? or leas
In rear of thia Lot and the buildings herein
after deaoribed there ia an alloy privilege con
nccting with what ia known as Daria'.afiey.
No. ll-Tract of Land, consisting or 501
acres, moro or les?, in Richland County, aita
?ted on the waters of Crane Creek; boundec
North by landa of Solomon L?rick and Hannoi
Coon; Eaat by Solomon L?rick; South by Har
mon Coon; Weat by John L?rick.
No. 12- Tract of 571 acres, moro or less
known aa the Sharp tract; bounded by land
of W. M. Gibbes, Swygert, Hawkins, R. Lo
rick, Ivey, Moore and Locklear.
Tho abovo traots of land each contain dwell
inga and suitable outbuildings.
No. 13-The two story Brick Building o:
Main street hounded North by the alley know
as Davis' aller, to be divided as follower Lo
on corner of alley, 28 feet front; running bac
200. more or leaa, with that -portion of th
building being occupied by Mesera. Kinard.
No. 14-Being tho Southern half of Lot am
Building aa above deacribed, 28 'feet front
running back 200; mora or less, occupied b
Mesara. Henson A Sutphen. .
Each of tho above buildings are separate
by a private entrance on the front.
No. 15-Tho Dwelling-house and Lot, o
Plain streot, known as the family residence
with overy convenience and all necessary out
buildings, fine garden, and superior water
This building ia one among the beat erecto
in tho city for workmanship and material.
Tho Household Furniture, and other pei
eonal effects belonging to the estate.
Thia salo will be positive, being made for
division. JOHN MEIGHAN,
JOHN D. CALDWELL,
Sept 9 mw Executora.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
^?w TNDEB TOT FATBONAOK OF
jtfHBh RIGHT REV. BISHOP LVKCI
??QI^Bife FOR Prospectus, please addros
HT'THE MOTHER SUPERIOR," Ur
suh-^oConvent, Vallo Crucis.
ajflfl^" sept 4_,_gmo
I C\f\ PACKAGES NEW MACKEREI
Ivy w consisting of whole, half and quarte
b?rrela and kits.
100 Boxea SMOKED HERRING.
Just received and for salo low by
Aag 2?_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
JUST received a few choice FRENCH CAf
S1MERES for pantaloons and suiti
which will be oat to order, and made in th
beet manaor. R. A W. C. SWAFFIELD.
1PIPE PURE SCHIEDAM GIN, direct fro:
tho Custom Hoaee. JOHN C. HEEQEIt8.
Kf\f\ BUSHELS prime HEAVY OATS, ft
DUU sale low, by E. A G. D. HOPE.
1AAA LBS. BLUE STONE on hand, an
.UUU for salo low, bv
Oct 8 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Death to Flies!
(CHEMICAL PAPER for killing Flies-coj
J tain death and destruction.
For aalo by FISHER A HEINIT8H, .
AQg 14 ? Druggists.!