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PARIS, October 27.r-The Pairie soys a
wide-spread couepiruoy has beon disoo
vored in Turkey conu'octed with tho re?
volt in Col turu. Austria and Turkey is
noting in ooncert in suppressing thc con?
Tho city is tranquil, no disturbances
whatever li nv in g occurred. The Empe?
ror attended the theatre lost evening.
MADRID, October 27.-Prim has pub?
lished a letter announcing that Minister
Sonor Seorilla accepts the modifications
mode by the other members of the Cabi?
net in the ecclesiastical finance section
of the Treasury budget, reducing the
amount 30 per cent. The ministerial
crisis in Madrid has consequently termi?
WASHINGTON, October 27.-Advices re?
ceived at the Agricultural Department,
indicate a fulling a falling oft* in tho to?
bacco crop of one-third in Virginia nnd
Maryland, and one-tenth in Kentucky
and the West. The estimated falling off
in the West will bo largely increased by
early killing frosts, which have sadly da?
maged the uncured tobacco. Tho bulk
of tho crop has been saved.
The Dem?crata of California elected
eleven of the fourteon District Jndges.
Fisher, Commissioner of Patents, at?
tends tho Macon (Qa. 1 Fair,
Belknap, the new Secretary of War,
left Keokuk, yesterday, for Washington.
Assistant Treasurer Butterfield had an
intimation from both Grant and Bout
well, that his resignation was desired.
Grant wants a solid business man in the
The widely-pnblished report that Jns
tico Bwflvne announced from his seat that
Justice Miller, who was absent, dissented,
led to the mistake the papers published.
A reported interview between the Pre?
sident and Senator Thayer, of Nebraska,
on the subject of the Mississippi elec?
tion, from which it appears that the Pre?
sident supports Alcorn.
Tobacco is now poying the bulk of the
Internal revenue receipts to-day $340,
Mr. Ewing is fully restored to health.
The conscience fund in the Treasury
amounts to $113,000.
The Paraguayan Minister, McMahou,
thinks Lopez's position is stronger than
ever before, and that the announcement
by the allies of the war being over is a
pretext for withdrawing troops.
Virginia paid $2,104,000 revenuo on
tobacco for seven months ending Sep?
Chief Justice Chase said, iu the Su?
preme Court, to-day, the question of ju?
risdiction in the Yerger case having been
decided, counsel could make a motion
for a writ of habeas corpus whenever they
NEW YORK, October 27.-Tho North
Dutch Church, corner of Fulton and
William streets, which was over a ccu
tury old, wa6 burnt to-day.
RICHMOND, October 27.-Two hundred
members of tho Society of Friends, from
the North, passed through here this
evening, to attend the auuual meetiug ut
Greensboro, N. C.
A freight train on the Chesapeake and
Ohio Railroad ran into tho accommoda?
tion train on the Richmond and Frede
risksburg Railroad this morning, at the
Junction, smashing two cars and slightly
injuring the conductor and three others.
C. W. Fitzgerald, late a merchant of
this oity, committed suicide, this morn?
ing, in Amelia County, by blowing out
Tho Synod of Virgiuia meets hero to?
Rev. H. C. Alexander, late of Prince?
ton, baa been elected Professor in the
Presbyterian Union Theological Semi?
Ice formed here this morning.
LYNCHBURG, VA., October 27.-It is
very cold here to-day-ice one-quarter of
an inoh thick.
The Fair is better attended to-day.
OMAHA, October 27.-100 Indians havo
been bnrned by a prairie fire, near Fort
WILMINGTON, October 27.-The trial
of the officers of the Cuba was resumed
before the United States Commissioner,
this morning. James Dennison, one of
the engineers; Davis, marine, of Cuba;
Captain Maflitt and Captain Bolles, both
old naval officers, were examined for the
defence. The testimony was very favor?
able to the defendants and greatly weak?
ened the evidenco of Gordon, tho prin?
cipal witness for the Government. Davis
testified that he had been offered $20 to
give evidence against tho ship. Tho im?
pression ii very general now that the
officers of the Cubu will bo discharged.
CHARLESTON, October 27.-The steam?
ship Darien, of tho Charleston and Liver?
pool direct steamship line, arrived to?
day, and will bo followed by tho Marmo?
ra, the Adelia, and a fourth steamship
namo not given.
Arrived-steamer Darieu, Liverpool;
schooners Ida Birdsall, How York; J. A.
Parson, Philadelphia; llonrietta, Balti?
more. Sailed-steamer Pioneer, Liver?
Tho clerical party of Japan, it is ro
portod, is determined to expel nil foreign?
ers from tho country. To this euc!, tho
party has in progress strong measures,
which aro supported by some of tho
ablest and most influential of tho Japa?
neso jonrnals. Petitions numerously
signed have boen presented to tho Go?
vernment urging tho expulsion of tho
foreigners. Ono of those documents
speak of themas "worms in tho lion's
body," and it lays upon tho Christian
religion many of tho troubles that afflict
tho country. It is also rumored that
tho Government has entertained tho sub?
ject of driving out all aliens, and is busy
in devising tho best and speediest means
to accomplish euch a result.
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COLUMBIA, S. C., October 27.-Sales
of cotton to-day 122 bales-middling 2io.
NEWYOBK, October 27-JNOOU.-Stocks
dull and firm. Money 6@7. Sterling
-long 9%; short 9%. Gold 30. C2's
20JJ; Tennessee, ex-coupons, 61 j.j; DOW
640; Virginia, ex-coupons, 49; new 53;
Louisiana's, old, 62; new 65: levees 63>?;
8's 81; Alabama 8 s 90; Georgia 6*s 85;
7's 913.i; North Carolina's, old, 47^;
new 38"l?. Flour unchanged. Wheat
and corn lc. better. Pork quiet-31.25
(//.31.50. Cotton quiet-261.,. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton firm, with sales of
2,200 bales, at 26.!4'. Flour 5(u 10c.
lower-superfine State email@example.com; com?
mon to fair extra Southern 6.30(5)6.80.
Wheat opened le. better and closed l(m
2c. lower-winter red Western 1.42@
1.43'.<; Illinois 1.3501.40. Corn 2@3c.
botter-mixed Western 1.00. Pork quiet
and steady. Lard firm-kettle 18@18^a.
Whiskoy 1.21>?@1.22. Groceries firm.
Freights very firm. Gold dull, at 2976.
BALTIMORE, October 27.-Flour favors
buyers, but prices aro unchauged. Wheat
stoutly-Marvlund red 1.35(3)1.45 ; West?
ern firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn-whito, 1.12?115.
Oats 55(Vr)f)9. Provisions firm and quiet.
CINCINNATI. October 27.-Corn in good
demand at 85(0,87. Provisions and whis?
key nominally unchanged.
NEW ORLEANS, October 27.-Cotton
firm at 25, with snles of 3,200 bales; re?
ceipts 3,560. Pork decliued-mess 33.10;
Bacon-retailing shoulders 18; clear rib
and clear, 21; hams-sugar-cured held
at 2S},< ; others unchanged. Gold 30_??\
MOBILE, October 27.-Sales of cotton
to-day, 1,200 bales-middlings 24.1-j ; re?
SAVANNAH, October 27.-Receipts of
cotton to-day, 3,254 bales ; sales 500, all
miudlings, at 25.
AUGUSTA, October 27.-Cotton market
active, but prices easier and irregular,
with sales of 727 bales; receipts 1,133
middlings 2i(u 2-1 !.t.
CHARLESTON, October 27.-Cotton
quiet but steady, with sales of 400
bales-middlings 25; receipts 1,594.
PARIS, October 27.-The Bourse opeo3
firm-Rentes 71 and 55.
HAVBE, October 27.-Cottou opens
THE HEMPSTEAD PLAINS ENTERPRISE.
Mr. A. T. Stewart has contracted for five
hundred miles of streetB and roadways
on his Hempstead Plains purchase, and
purposes erecting thereon next summer,
for the beginning of a town of working
men's homes, 500 dwellings, 100 of
which are to cost $10,000 cadi. What a
magnificent monument for generations
to come will this grand work bo to the
chief of our merchant princes ! Maybe
live to seo his undertaking fully com?
pleted, and the forthcoming town a city
of fifty tbousand happy and prosperous
people !-JV. 1". Herald.
"A little more animation, my dear,"
whispered Mrs. A. to the gentle Susan,
who was walking languidly through a
quadrille. "Do leavo me to manage my
own business, mamma," replied the pro?
minent nymph. "I shall not dance my
ringlets out of curl for a married man."
"Of courso not, my lovo, but I wis not
aware who your partner was."
SINGULAR DIET.-A gentleman of our
acquaintance, who delights in the sports
of tho field, and who is tho proprietor of
numerous hunting dogs, is tbe lucky
holder of a favorite "setter," who eats
shelfed corn with seeming groat relish.
That canino will hardly cvor disturb
sheep.-A ugusta Constitutionalist.
If you have Dyspepsia, use "Solomons'
Strengtheningaud Invigorating Bitters."
It is a certain cure. 013 6
Judy 1ms found tho glass that neither
cheers nor inebriates. It was an old
Do you want an Appetite? Uso Solo?
mons' Bitters-greatest tonic of the age.
The Columbia Tannery,
.1. I*. THOMAS ?Si CO., Proprietor*.
HIDES and SKINS bought or taken in ex?
change for Fiuishcd Loather. Orders
for Leather promptly lilied. Apply at foot of
Lumber street, on tho Greenville and Colum?
ffB- For the purpose of engaging in the
above business, the undersigned have, this
day, August 28, 1S?9, associated themselves as
copartners. J. 1*. THOMAS,
J. O. MOORE.
Oct 20 _J. W. PARKER.
MRS. FLAN IG AN respectfully
informs tho ladies of Columbia
and vicinity that she has received
and would offer for their inspec?
tion a verv superior stock of Mil?
linery in BONNETS, HATS, FEA?
THERS and FLOWERS, in end?
less variety, after tho very latest fashions,
and at the lowest prices.
Attended to, as usual, with an assortment of
Trimmings, Patterns, Ac. Oct 24
To the Ladies-Millinery.
MKS. C. K. REED has open?
ed for inspection, the Oneal and
most fashionable assortment of
FRENCH, ENGLISH and AME?
RICAN MILLINERY ever offered
CORSETS, HAIR, plai.i andor
namontod, at all prices: an assort?
ment of cheap FANCY JEWEL?
RY, HATS, from 25 couts np, Feathers, real
Ostrich, Hirds of Paradise, ?te. Give me a call
and judge for yourselves. 1 will sell very low
everything in my line. Oct 17
WE take pleasure
in notifying o u r
friends a li ri Ibo
public that wi have
removed our Stock',
nearly opposite Co?
where wo will be
pleased to seo and
offer thom oxtra inducements in aU artioles
usually kept in the GROCERY, HARDWARE
and LIQUOR line. T. J. A H. M. CIBSON,
Oct lo Old Exchango Bank Corner.
Next to Agnew's, on Plain Street.
NOW on hand and receiving the largest
stock of FURNITURE OF EVERY DE?
SCRIPTION ever brought to thia market, con?
sisting in part of 50 Rod-room suite in Maho?
gany, Walnut, Cheaout and Painted-some of
them at very low prices.
DINING ROOM and PARLOR SUITS.
BEDSTEADS of all kinds-Maple, Walnut
SIDEBOARDS and BUREAUS at all prices.
CHAIRS of every description, direct from
the manufacturers, and at prices that cannot
fail to pleaso thc closest buvers.
?-All kinds of FURNITURE MADE TO
ORDER. REPAIRING at shortest notice and
in the best manner.
FUNERALS served with all kinds of Metalic
or Wood Collins. M. H. BERRY.
New and Splendid Stock
FALL AND WISTE? GOODS
C. F. JACKSON'S.
?HAVE now opened and ready for exhibi?
tion, a varied und well selected stock of the
very beat goods for thc season, which were
bought with much care, at tho greatly re?
duced prices, and will bc sold at tho most rea?
sonable rates. An enumeration would roquiro
too much space, and I only subjoin a partial
'.?st, to which tho atleuliou of buyers is spe?
RLACK and COLORED SILKS,
SATIN STRIPED POPLINS,
Figured, Chono and Mottled MOHAIRS,
Gray Mixod Malange,
Black and Colored Alpacas,
I have an extensive assortment of CLOAKS
?nd SHAWLS and beautiful Arab COVER?
INGS, of the newest styles and at unusually
Eoulevard SKIRTS for ladies and children.
A full hue of DRESS TRIMMINGS and DUT?
Superb Sash R'bbous, Sashes and Neck
Rlack and Colon d Velvet Ribbons.
Linen and Lace Sets-latest styles.
Gloves, Hosiery. Under Shirts ami Drawers.
Ladies' Mer:no Vests.
Notions in great variety.
The attention of purchasers is called to mv
stock of CASS1MERES, for Men'? and Roys'
wear, which is unusually largo and attractive.
The Woolen Department comprises every?
thing in that lino.
Opera FLANNELS, all colors and styles.
Red and White Flannels.
White and Gray Blankets, Vc.
Among our DOMESTICS will be found a su?
perior article of Bleached and Brown Shirt?
ing, r.t 12Jc. per vard. Also, a full assortment
Of Prints, at 12Ae. C. F. JACKSON.
MRS. A. MCCORMICK
HAS removed her Millinery and
Dress-Making Establishment di?
rectly opposite to her old stand, next
door* to Mr. E. Pollard's drug
store, where she will be most happy
to wait on any who may favor her
with a call.
Having added numerous articles to her for?
mer stock-which she had not room to keep
heretofore-she feels conlident that no lady
will call for many things pertaining to s lady's
toilet but what she can supply them.
She has a handsome stock of MILLINERY',
consisting of RON NETS and HATS, of latest
importation; together with a haudsomo sclec- ;
lion of everything in tho HAIR LINE, such as 1
CHIGNONS, of the latest styles. Curls, long .
and short Frizettea, Braids, Switches, Ac, Ac.
DRESS-MAKING attended to with the usual '
caro and punctuality. A good lit guaranteed.
Reing thankful for the patronage kindly be?
stowed on her by the ladies of Columbia ami
the surrounding country, she solicits a conti?
nuance of thc same. Oct 17
"THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE".
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES,
Wholesalo and Retail, at
ed, desirous of
ing that the Co?
lumbia market is
ono of the best to
trade in, have
cash, a large
stock of goods in
\T^mm tho linea of GRO?
CERIES, LIQUORS, WINES and FA"*TLY
SUPPLIES, which they will dispose . at
wholesale or retail, at such ligures as w.ll bo
impossible for dealers elsewhere to go below.
They respectfully invite a call and compari?
son of prices ol articles. Their stock consists
of in part:
COFFEE, SUGAR and TEA, of various
MOLASSES, including the genuine New Or?
Washing and Fancy SOAPS.
All grades ol FLOUR sonic at exceedingly
Baskets and Rrooms of various kinds.
Mackerel, of all numbera and sized packages.
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Fish.
Candies, Almonds, Raisins and Figs.
Bacon, smoked and dry salted.
Genuino Sugar-cured ll?ins. of best brands.
Adamantine, Sperm and Tallow ('and!? s.
Cheese, Crackers of every variety.
Axes, with or without handles,
llanos, Trace Chains, Nails, etc.
Hagging, Rope and "Arrow Ties."
Wine, Champagne and all grades of Liquors.
"If you don't see what you want, ask for it,"
as we keep many articles not specified above.
Wc have in connection with our business, a
commodious Wagon Yard and Store-house.
Highest prices paid for cotton and country
produce. CAMPBELL A JONES,
Main street, a few doors above PllUtXIX
OfllflO. Oct '23
l-|/~v/"\ BAGS common to prime RIO
?ll JU COFFEE,
25 baga Java and Laguayra Coffee
For sale low by_E. A G. D. HOPE
-t f\f\f\ L"?9- I>aro CANDY", assorted, in
X .\J\J\J 25 pound boxes, just received and
for sale at wholoaalo. Cheap for cash.
Oct ^3 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
A. Saperb Lot of Fur?
OPENED, at prices to accommodate.
Oct 26 R. O. SHIVER.
25c. 25o. 25c. 25c. 25c. 26c.
TWO caaes New York Mills LONGCLOTH,
at 25 cents by the pieco.
jOct 26 R. C. BHIYEB.
ASUPERB lot o? Wbito Swiss RED BLAN?
KETS, at unrivalled prices.
Oct 26 B.C. SHIVER.
NEW GOOD S.
WE arc again in receipt of a full linc of all i
tho popular doods. Wc have introduced '
many of thom tins season at lower prices than
wc oponed the season with. Wc enumerate a
few of them, viz:
FRENCH MERINO, all colors.$1.00.
FRENCH AT LWOOL DELAINE DO. 50.
Sack Flannels, Fancy Delaines, Reps, Fancy
Plaids, Poplins, Empress Cloths, Cloth of Ita?
ly, Cloth dc Venice, Satins, Vclvots, Toil de
Venice, Shawls, Cloaks, Gents'Shawls, Bedou?
ins, Ruggy Laps, Umbrellas, Knit Goods, La?
dies' Vests and Pants, Gents' Vests and Pants
in Silk, Scotch Wool, and Merino to match,
Ladies', Gents' and Children's Hose in Wool,
Merino, Cotton, Bibbed and Plain Goods, No?
tions, Small Waresand Haberdashery of every
description, Embroideries, Lacee, Sets in Mal?
tese, Valenciennes, Honiton, Cluney, Ac. Real
Laces from 50 couts to $6 por yard. White
Goods of all grades in Swisses, Jaconets. Cam?
bric, Percales, Dimity, Linen, Ac.
7, 8, '.) and 10-1 Bleached Dimask,
7, 8,1) and 10-1 Brown Damask,
8-1 Ruby Wine Cloth,
8-4 Scarlet Wino Cloth,
10 4 Maroon Tea Cloth,
10 ) Open Linen Dinner Cloths-Napkins to
Towels from 10 cents to ft, or from il.20 to
$12 per dozen.
Honey-comb Quilts, Marseilles Quilts, at all
Caseimcrcs, Tweeds, Broadcloths, Satinets,
Jeans, Kerseys, Linsey, Flannels, Bcd Blank?
ets, Prints, Bloached Sheeting and Shirting,
Yarns, Rrown Cottons andOsnaburgs.
CARPETS in Hemp, Wool, 2-ply Allwool,
3-ply Allwool, Tapostrv, Brussels, Velvet, and
RUGS to match.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH in 4-4, 6-1, 8-4, 12-4 and
10-4-cut to suit.
WINDOW SHADES in every color and width
-CUt to fit.
Wc are Agents for tho best brand of BROWN
GOODS in the State, and give our customers
advantages on them.
Agents for good YARNS.
Our Carpet Department and our Whole?
Are new and Axed features of our business,
and we compete cut.-ide of this market in
them. R.C. SHIVER.
Ca" The Greenville Enterprise, Abbeville
Vre$st Yorkville Enquirer, Newberry Herald,
Chester Reporter, Keowco Courier,' Spartan
burg Spartan, Unionvillc Times and Camdon
Journal will copy to the extent of one-fourth
of a column, chango weekly, with tho PICOSIX,
for the quarter commencing October 1.1869.
BRYAN & McCARTER
HAVE just received a new and complete as?
English and Classical 8CHOOL BOOKS;
Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, Blank
Books for merchants and public officers; Can
Noto and Letter Papers; Pocket-knives, Gold
Pens, Writing Desks, Pocket Rooks, Photo?
Pocket and Family RIBLES, all prices, com?
mon Prayer Booka and Hymn Books, for all
denominations, of every style of binding. For
sale at low prices-wholesale and retail.
COL UM BIA
V? liol? sul<- and Retail
GEM'S FGB.WG HOUSE,
Main Street, next to Mr. R. C. Shircr's
Dry Goods House.
R, & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
WE have now on hand a.,
'largo and varied assortment ("I
'of tho above Goods, bought!
low for cash, and will bo sold for that commo?
dity, at a small advance. Somo of our Goods
aro our own manufacturo, and every garment
wc have in store has been selected with great
care, and will be warranted.
IN HATS, wc havo always been the leaders.
Dealing extensively in them, wo are enabled to
sell a single ono or by the dozen at less
pricea than smallor houses.
-, In thu CUSTOM DEPARTMENT, we
jt&bavo added to our already large corps of
?Itf workmen a Cutter and a Tailor of largo
experience in their line, recently from Paris,
and we are thus enabled to make a stylo
of Goods superior to any Goods made in this
State. Wc have choice and varied patterns of
English and French CASSIMERES, and keep
up to the market in styles.
Shirts, Drawers, Socks, Handkerchiefs, new
style Tics, square Neck Ilandkcrchh rs, Trunks,
Valises, Shawls, Ac. Oct 21
~ ?\ RBLS. st. Leuis FAMILY FLOUR, pro
? j v f iionnccd by all who have used it equal lo
any ever sold in this city. Try it. 100 Barrels
ami Rags, assorted qualities, at prices which
cannot fail to please.
Five Casks extra sugar-cured HAMS; 5 do.
BACON STRIPS; Fulton Market BEEF; Pic?
kled Salmon and Smoked Herrings, all select?
ed for fust class family trade, fresh to hand
and for sale by_ GEORGE RYMMERB.
Bremen Lager Beer.
JUST RECEIVED, 5 Casks-60 Doz. Pints
of this celebrated BEER, which has been
ont of market for snmo timo, as the quantity
is limited. An oarly oall, only, can secure a
?apply. GEORGE bYMMERS._
FOR salo by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Carpets and Oil Cloths.
T?8T RECEIVED, a large etock of AR tho
various grades, and will bo sold low.
W. D. LOVE * CO.,
Oct 24 Colombia Hotel Building.
THE DM GOODS EMPORIUM ?
WITH a resident buyer in New York, wc
have superior facilities for adding at
tractions to our largo and varied stock of
Which displays all the latest styles und makes.
SQUARE AND DOUBLE SHAWLS,
Also, the ARAB SHAWLS, in extra length and
THE CLOAK. STOCK
Exhibits new designs, being made up hy us
from latest styles.
E .UBHOl m.Ki i ss, LACKS, RIBBONS,
TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, in every conceivable
HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS,
In endless variety, Jouviu's Genuine Kid
THE FLANNEL STOCK.
Comprises tho beet makes, and bought early
in tho soason, at low prices.
In J FANS, TWEEDS, CASSIMERES and
CLOTHS, our stock is unsurpassed.
In PRINTS, BROWN and BLEACHED DO?
MESTICS, LINSEYS, Stripes, Tickings. Ker?
seys and Blankets, the stock is largo and com?
We soil at POPULAR PRICES, as low as
they can bo bought anywhere, and respectfully
ask au examination of our stock from all in
want of DRY GOODS.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE. B. B. MoCREERY.
New and Beautiful Goods,
AND USEFUL too. A large stock now on
hand of beautiful Toilet articles, of newont
style and quality, and at low pricou. PER?
FUMERY, HAIR BRUSHES. English and
French, hard and soft; elegant English nard
Tooth Brushes, Infants' Tooth and Hair
Brushes, Turkish Bathing Towels and Gloves,
Toilet Soaps in great variety and of thc lincst
qualitv, and very cheap.
Lnb?n'a newest EXTRACTS for thc handker?
Hose and Violet Toilet Powder.
Fine Pomado for tho Hair. Hair Restorers
of ovory kind.
Dressing Combs, of French Buffalo Horn.
Fine Ivory Combs, Metallic Back Combs.
Cosmetics for tho Complexion.
German Cologno, Sachets in variety.
Puffs and Powder Boxes.
Glovo and Handkerchief Boxes. For aalo at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
Oct 19 i
AT J. S?LZBACHER S.
CHEAP DRY GOODS, at
J. S ULZ BACH ER'S.
CHEAP HATS AND CAPS, at
J. SUEZ BACH ER'S.
CHEAP SUOES AND BOOTS, at
Oct G Main street, nest Phoenix O?ice.
Notice of Copartnersi^p.
,\vrn THE subscribers have this dayj^.jj&f
formed a Copartnership, for then
LSSSBtransaction of a General Grocery lj||j*?j
and Commiseici. business, in this city.to "be
conducted undi r the name and stylo of WELLS
A CALDWELL, and bono, by strict attention
to business, to merit a liberal aharo cf patron?
age from our friends ami the public generally.
Wo have ampio warehouso room for tho stor?
age of Cotton, and other country produce.
Our location is on Gervais street, near the
South Carolina and Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Dopots, and next door West of the
National Hotel. JACOB H. WELLS,
JOHN D. CALDWELL.
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 2, 1869. 03 |?Gi9
THE subscriber has opened an oflico at tho
Storo of Messrs. Wells A Caldwell, and
will bc pleased to sec his friends and former
customers. Storage will be provided for any
Cotton that maj bo consigned to his caro.
Octjl 116*9 JAMES K^FRIDAY.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE Committee to which bas been assigned
the task of arranging the programme and
indicating tho outline of tho Grand Tourna?
ment, to ho held at tho approaching Agricul?
tural Fair-and at which "tho Knights of
South Carolina will contend pour Chonneur,
l'amour cites beaux yeux des dames-.in jounces
the not ie? and rules as follows:
Tho Tournament will come off on such dav as
may bo most comformablo to the gcucraf ar?
rangement of tho Fair-probably the last day.
All who desire to ride will forward their
iv.mes, the entrance feo of $5 each, and tho
character ho proposes to represent, to R.
O'Neale, Jr., Esq., Secretary, Columbia, S. C.
Tho Courso will be in length about 150
yards; this di.it aneo must bo ridden in niuo
seconds; thc weapon will bo the sabre; tho first
?iost. (tho posts will bc about lih feet in
leight,) will be 50 yards from the" starting
point; the next post and the ring will be at in?
tervals of about 25 yards. On each post will
lie head and about 1 inch neck. Thu trials will
be at 1st head "right cut against cavalry;" 2d
head "point;" and 3d ut the ring, 2-J inches in
diameter, "tierce point."
Tho name of tho Knight will bc called-he
will answer instantly- the bugle will sound,
and tho walch bc sprung; ami if ho makes a ;
false start he loses Iiis ride. After the answer
to the call and tho pound ot the bugle, no ac?
cident will entitle the Knight to a new ride.
These rules arc essential to secure time for all. I
The first, second, third and fourth prizes will !
be announced at a liner day.
These four successful Knights will crown the i
(j ll COU and elect the three Maids of Honor.
At a general meeting of tho Knights, to bo
held in Columbia, the Judges, Committees,
Ac., will bo elected or appointed tho day pre?
vious to the Tournament; and this Committee
will take pleasure in giving any . id .vithin
their power, besides having arranged the
grounds, prepared everything requisite and
obtained substantial prizes for thc victors.
A. O. II ASK EEL, Chairman.
J. P. THOM AS,
R. O. NEALE. .Tn.,
It. C. SUIVES.
W. C. SWAFFIELD,
Oct 21 Committee.
Ult. W. II. TUTTVS
SARSAPARILLA ANO QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
Vegetable Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dyo, For sale bv
Feb 27Jy_E. E. JACKSON.
English Dairy Cheese.
BOXES E. D. OHEESE,
?itJ 50 boxes Cutting Cheese.
For sale low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
.1 Ay. l Cottage Building, Oul-houtes and Lo'.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY MORNING next, November I, I
will nell, at tho Conrt Houao, at 10 o'clock.
Thc above-named property. The lot, being
two-thirds of an acre, is situated ou Hender?
son street, near Gervais, and adjoining tho
Duncan House. Tho building is of superior
workmanship and material, containing 12
rooms and finished basement. Bath Booms
with fixtures for hot and cold water, Water
Closets, Servants' Rooms, Stables, &c. The
main bnilding is supplied with gas fixture*,
the gas running to that point.
TF.IIMS OF SALC-One-third cash; balance
on 12 and lo months for bond and mortgage,
and building to be insured. Purchaser to pay
for necessary papers and stamps.
The nbov? may bo treated for at privato
sale, and maj bo examined by calling at my
office. _Oct 26
Extensioe Executor'* Sale of ?teal Estate and
Personal Property, belonging to the Eslf?te Oj
Henry Panis, deceased.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
Tutus OF HALE.-For the real catato one- I
third cash, thc balance on a credit of one and |
two years, secured by bond and mortgage, |
with intorcst from day of sale, payable semi- i
annually; tho buildings to bo insured and po?
licy assigned. For personal property cash.
Purchasers to pay for all necessary papers and
stamps. All Taxes called forby tho State or
city up to this time, have boen paid on this
property. Tho Returns now called for must
bo made and tho Taxes paid bj' the purchaser.
On tho FIRST MONDAY in NOVEMBER next
will bc sold, beforo the Court House, in Co?
lumbia, at 10 o'clock, tho following valuable
No. 1-Lot on Plain street, between Bull
and Piokens, being78 feet front on Plain street
and running back 208, moro or loss, on which
there is a two story frame kitchen; bounded
East by residence of James G. Gibbes, Esq.
No. 2-Lot on tho South-east corner of the
squaro bounded by Senate, Sumter, Pendleton
aud Marion streets, near and on the North
Bide of the South Carolina University, measur?
ing 145 feet front by 102, more or less.
No. 3-Lot containing 3? acres, more or less;
bounded by Tobacco, Indigo, Sumter and
No. 1-Ono .square of ground, with the sur?
rounding streets included, being in the rear
of Mr. Edwin J. Scott's residence, and known
SB tho Bofil property. The title to this pro
pert v will bo for tho natural lifo time of Mr.
No. 5-Lot on Richardson or Main street,
between Lady and Washington, known as the
Fenton lot, moasuring 44 foot front by 208
deop, moro or loss.
No. 6-Lot on West sido of Main or Richard?
son streets, between Lady and Gervais, and
noarly opposite the old sito of Nicker OP'*
Hotel, measuring 26 feot front by 208, moro or
loss, adjoining Greenfield's Building on tue
No. 7-Lot joining the above, (No. 6,) 2G
feet front by 208 deep, more or less.
No. 8-Lot joining tho above, (No. 7,) 26
foot front, running back 208, the rear half 88
foot wide, more or less.
No. 9-South half of vacant Lot on Main
street, 27 feet front by 208, more or leBS, being
bounded Sooth by B. C. Anderson's brick
building and North by buildings owned by es?
tate of Henry Davis.
No. 10-North half of vacant Lot joiniug the
above, being 27 feet front by 200, moro or lops.
In rear of this Lot and the buildings herein?
after described there is an alloy privilege con?
necting with what is known as Davis' alley.
No. ll-Tract of Land, consisting ol 500
acres, moro or les?, in Richland County, situ?
ated on the waters of Crane Creek; bounded
North by lands of Solomon L?rick and Harmon
Coon; East by Solomon L?rick; South by Har?
mon Coon: West by John L?rick.
No. 12-Tract of 571 acres, moro or less,
known as thc Sharp tract; bounded bv lands
of W. M. Gibbes, 8wygert, Hawkins) R. L??
rick, Ivev, Mooro and Locklear.
The abovo tracts of land each contain dwell?
ings and suitable outbuildings.
No. 13-Tho two story Brick Building on
Main street bounded North by tho alley known
as Davis' alley, to be divided as follows: Lot
on corner of alley, 28 feet front; running back
200, moro or less, with that portion of the
building being occupied by Messrs. Kinard.
No. ll-Doing the Southern half of Lot and
Building aa abovo described, 28 feet front,
running back 200, more or less, occupied by
Messrs. Hopson A- Sntphon.
Each of the above buildings are separated
by a privato entrance on the front.
No. 15-Tho Dwelling-house and Lot, on
Plain street, known as the family residence,
with every convenience and all necessary out?
buildings) (ino garden, and superior water.
This building is ono among tho best erected
in the city for workmanship and matorial.
Tho Household Furniture, and other per?
sonal effects belonging to the estate.
Thia salo will be positive, being made for a
division. JOHN MEIGHAN,
JOHN D. CALDWELL,
Sept 5 Executors.
C L OT HIN G .
J HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
a very largo and dosir&ble Stock of Fall and
Winter CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, &e., which I am determined to offer
purchasers on the most reasonable terms.
Oct 13 WM. J. HOKE.
Removed to New Store
In Columbia Hotel Block, One Door North
oj Alain Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
IS now receiving a very .
?BjRT\^ Yillaree Fall Stock, and is now^flG^
HaTryLitHOPen for inspection. The<2T2
4(ifi I flml Vstock will conquiso every >Pf?V>
article usu.illy kept in a first class houso, such
as Hats, from the lowest grade to tho finest
sills beaver, Roots and Shoes in ovcry stylo,
and at prices to suit all, Trnnks, Valises, La?
dies' and Ge.its' Leather, Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, School Satchels. Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors, I will bo happy to
receive a continuance of public patronage.
Tho attention of Wholesale Buyers is soli?
cited. Call at sign of tho big Boot and Hat.
' Oct 3 A. SMYTHE.
To the Public.
- - ll AVINO just returned from thc North,
4$ with a NEW STOCK OF SUPERIOR
iii GOODS, for the custom trado, I am pre
'fU pared to All orders at short notice and
in tho very latest styles. A bettor stock, in
my line, has never been brought to this city,
aiid having several competent workmen, I
yu minter satisfaction to all. Givo me a call.
Supt 18 CD. EBEltnARDT.
?^^^ 1 respectfully inform my
friends and public in general
^^^?^jSbwthat I have Just received a Ano
w '.assortment of DOUBLE AND
SINGLE-BARRELLED GUNS, RIFLES, PIS?
TOLS and SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS.
Repairing done at abort notice by superior
workman. P. W. KRAFT,
Sept 17 Main street