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Welneaday lUniiny ,B^T<>mW3,18OT.
..TIM Vault, DtH Dratai, la ?ot In tte?
?tars, karn? tai OB?MUM, t?i?t Wa kr?
Analyze Ute Centimen t ' bf the genuine
Sontheim man ait thia period in our histo?
ry, and it will bp found that bia pre?
dominant aspiration is to. see h is bolo vsd
section one? again--et -in ita res toted
stature-once > ajgajp. -independent and
influential in its renewed prosperity. Jt
the ' Sondert ' Jjatrijbt had, ito higher
object to live for than to work for bis
prostrate section, this ought to bp enough
to fire bis soul and . lo nerve hie orin.
Some, we know, are deapondenil, ', Some,
we know, imagine that tba -atara ; are
against us. Some, wo know, despair of
seeing, in their day and generation, the
broken column upraised, To them we
have bat to suggest tho language that
heads this article. If we shall continue
"underlings," tiu :tUe national raner-Uie
fault ' W?V no?-be in-? the- stars, but in
ourselves. By this we-mean, simply,
that the South has within herself nil tho
elementa of 'prosperity, and it is in ber
power to rid herself of her industrial
bondage. "Liether people wisely make
tho most of. ber advantages. Let them
develop-her power of r?ouV . of minerals,
of water, of'steam-let thom uso all the
appliances pf modern skill and recent
invention!? and. who. can doubt ..pur
future?! ?And as to our .political cucum
branceei/.th^-tt^ rest -upon the lion
weak, but not long - will : they lutter tba
lion Btrdng,' 1 ThVi .^lb^utrana oi tho
hour muy bind the sleeping and exhausted
giant, but they wilt shrink, With dismay
when he rises in the majesty of hie
recovered strength. A people who fought
aa did the Southern people in the lute
war-a race that baa exhibited so many
high and solid qualities; cannot long re?
main "underlings" on their native soil.
Our running streams suggest activity;
our fertile aoil imparta io us strength;
our very breezes whisper hope. Under
the heavy blow-of Appomattox the South
bent, but she did not break. And now
she stands ready to compete with her
former opponents on the peaceful fields
of industry. We have faith in our fu?
ture. We have had the days of iron.
We have now upon na the days of brass.
Let us trust that a good Providence hos
in atore for aa a silver and & golden era.
We regtet to say that oar Sprague is
still non ' ?si in vent liv. We hear of his
making speeohec at the North-of his
going to Europe-of hi? buying out the
Ifalional Intelligencer, but not a word of
that famous Columbia Ganai project.
Hr. Spragae's coming here waa called
one of the fruits of "progressive repub?
licanism." Ia Mr. Sprague'a fruit one
of the Dead Sea kind, to burn to ashes
on our lips? And what of the Commis?
sioners of the canal? Are they going to
continue dumb? The people of Columbia
would like to haye Borne one take hold of
the canal enterprise.
A RIOT AT RODNEY, MISSISSIPPI.-A
riot occurred on Tuesday last at Roduoy,
Mississippi, seventy-five miles below
Vicksburg, the particulars of whioh are
furnished by the Memphis Avalanche as
"A man named Carter fired into a
honae the night before, wounding a little
negro girl. Next morning he was attacked
by several colored persons. He shot one
dead, and was himself mortally wounded.
Two other white men interfered, and
soon the excitement spread. Much
anxiety prevailed all day, and business
houses were closed The principal rioters
were finally arrested and confined."
The Avalanche's correspondent adds:
"The colored people are very muoh
excited and on the streets armed. They
declare they will kill the prisoners as soon
as brought out of prison, whioh is oloeely
guarded. None of the prominent citizen's
were engaged in the affair, except as
peace-makers. It was confined exclu?
sively to roughs and colored people.
"LA.TEB.-The excitement at Dry Grove,
near this place, has subsided. One negro
was killed and three were wounded.
Th ree whites wounded-one badly. None
killed. About forty on each side were
engaged in the difficulty."
Tho tournament and ball at Wionsboro,
on Thursday last, exceeded the expecta?
tions of the most sanguine. Thirty-threo
knights entered the lists. The Neirs
gives the following ns tho successful
ridors: 1. Golden Star, (W. Hardin,) who
orowued Mis3 Iuez Jackson as Queen of
Love and Beauty. 2. Don Carlos, (T.
li. Robertson,) who selected Miss Au?
gusta Torcher ns first Maid of Honor.
8. Harry Hotspur, (A. Y. Paul,) who
chose Miss BettioMilling as second Maid
ot Honor, ?. Raven Plume, (S. R.
McDonald,) who selected Miss Maria
Gaillard as third Maid of Honor. Tho
silver cup was awarded to Richard Cour
de Lion, (W. D. Aiken,) for superior
horsemanship, and honorable uientiou
roado of Godfrey of Bouillon, (R. R.
Milling.) a one-leg Confederate soldier.
Finn IN ST. JOHN'S BERKELEY.-Tho
v.toro nnd stock of goods, ?nd six or seven
bales of sea island cotton, belonging to
Mr. T. W. Eastcrling, were destroyed by
fire on the 28th ult. The fire occurred
at 2 o'clock in the morniug. The loss
will be between $.1,000 and $1,000, on
which there was no insurance.
I JJ Jil lil i !
.Tm Bl I ad MOO?-CM BMW UM? tXmmJ
MB. &>ITOB: Afy
poetiofjjT affuBionS at
characters, the illustrious name of
Monsieur D. Goodman, Esq. (I wonder
what the "D" stands for?) Now, conoid
ering the dirty source, I should not have
stooped to notice ii, but BS the eloquent
elouutlonlst," debstui ? and dtSMSSSSf bee
brought my name before the public, it is
jJbut just and proper to ask a space in the
same < oh anne!, through which he gave
vorit to his offended dignity, and through
which his falsehoods were promulgated.
Monsieur D. G. (I wonder what "D"
stands for?) oommenoee by Baying (and
who believes it?) ho had occasion to visit
the Singleton plantation ; on arriving at
Gadsden, be found ont that the distanco
was so great, and, having missed bis way,
like his ancestor, Jacob, when traveling
to Bothel, ho lay down on the hard
ground, with a rook under his head far
a pillow, and beheld a ladder extending
from earth to .Heaven, and negroes trav?
eling up and down with bundles under
their arms, and carpet-bags filled with
couts, pants, brass watches and jugs of
whiskey, and his big heart throbbed and
swelled with joy ?a, in.his Vision, he be?
held "D. G.!'en MM!? mitrhed on
the bundles. .Rtjt A?Vbehold, a orange
came over thai sp*rit of ."biabright dream,
when ho opened his big eyes, and beheld
H. C. Mark" ahead- of him at the Red
Church. How/, thought he, dare, he
intrude upon holy ground, where Jenkins,
my drummer, preaches; and where Simon
Hayes, tho preacher drum's, and where I,
,D. "G., so largely pbntribute in the Dea?
con's hat a quartqr in greenbacks every
Situduy, to the great delight of the little
darkies, and to the great joy of Jenkins,
my drummer andprea?h?r, andSydiddle,
the fiddler. Now, Monsieur, you know,
and every one who reads your poetical
effusion aro aware, that yoti prevaricated.
You say that yon found oat, when at
Red Church, that the distance waa so
great to your Singleton plantation, that
you concluded to pitch your-toot at the
Red Church. Now, my dear, good fel?
low, didn't yon know the preoise and
exact distance from the Bed Church to
your Singleton plantation, before you
started? Dave, yon now kuow you did,
and your monkey-capers are (nus gu
spilt) and played ont But when you
try to prejudice the minds of the com?
munity at large against me, by stating
that I tried to or?ate a distnrbance be?
tween the whiten and blacks, Dave, you
know your life would not have been in
danger as long aa your shanks would
carry you at tho rate of 2.40 per minute
on tne plank road. But one more ques?
tion X will answer, and then I will be
dona with you. Yon inquire to what
club I belong. I don't belong to dub
"W."-that is the watch-club. Dave,
yon know what it means, so do the Mar?
shals, and so does H. O. MARK.
At the elections held on Wednesday
the radicals were successful. The mem?
bers elect are: From Abbeville, Repre?
sentatives Guffin and Sullivan; from
Warren Ramsey, negro; from Kershaw
no opposition-Reperesentative W. W.
Adamson, negro; from Georgetown-no
regular anti-radical opposition, but n
bolting radical candidate-Representa?
tive J. A. Bowley, negro carpet-bagger.
There is in Wales a rail way ?of only two
feet gauge. The engines and cars are
about one-fourth the ordinary size and
weight, and the running expenses are
proportionate. It demonstrates the fea?
sibility of little roads and little oars, and
they may perhaps be extensively adopted
upon routes which have not sufficient
traffic to support the larger ones.
If yon have Dyspepsia, use "Solomona'
Strengthening and Invigorating Bitters. "
It is a certain oure. 018 6
The Mills House, in Charleston, has
been re-opened, under the proprietorship
of Mr. John Parker.
Do you suffer from Debility, or Loss
of Appetite? Use "Solomons'Strength?
ening and Invigorating Bitters." O?3 6
To the Dental Profession.
THE DENTISTS of Columbia cordially in?
vite their Professional Brethren throughout
tho State, to meet them in DB. THOMAS
MOORE'S Oil- ICE, November 10, at 10 o'clock
A. M., for the purpose of forming a State Den
Ul Association. Nov 3
Richland Lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
JL A REQULAR COMMUNICATION of
^f^Ricbland Lodge, No. 33, A. F. M., will
/>/\be held THI8 EVENINO, 3d instant,
at 7 o'clock, in Masonic Hall.
Bv order of tho YY. M.
Nov 3 1 _ 8. C. PEIXOTTO. Seo'y.
I> . Ovt^JMBaEULXaXa,
Bond and Stock Broker,
BUYS and milla BONDS, STOCKS. COU?
PONS, BANK BILLS, Oold and Silver
COIN. Office-Columbia Hotel Building, Main
street. _ Nov 3 |2m'>*
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
f$f\ BB LS and boxes 8 ida, Butter, Farina,
\J\J Sugar, Lomou, Walnut, Ginger Cakes
and Snaps. K A G D. HOPE.
1 fifi CAaEH Oysters, Salmon, Lobster,
IA/Vf Peaches, Tomatoes and Preserves:
fresh and fur HMIO low by E. A G. D. HOPE
ONE CASK pnro Ialay Malt SCOTCH WHIS?
KEY, for wale hy E. ft G. I). HOPE.
Tho Columbia Tannery
J. P. THOMAS St CO., Proprietors.
HIDES and SKINS bought or taken in ex?
change for Finished Leather. Order?
for Leather promptly filled. Apply ot foot of
Cumber street, on the Greenville aud Colum?
ta- For the purposo of engaging in the
abovo business, tho undersigned have, this
day, August 28,1809, associated themselves as
copartners. J. P. THOMAS,
J. O. MOORE.
Oct 20 J, W. PAUKER.
j ad ici al i n veati gat ion, (J
mooting upon it. Mr. Davis I? Hoir in
tb? banda of Sheriff DuteJI, ?CrT ^ *fc
f OTietfooro 5pBt?*
A FAMJUOV .SUFFOCATED.-A, fire
red in the bailing N?. 63 Liberty, el
New York,--en. the lat, which comniuni
cated throngh the well-hole to the fourth
floor, where resided the family of the
janitor, named Jessup, confuting of a
wife. and . two children, a son, aged six,
and a daughter, twelve. The whole of
them were suffocated in the smoke,
although tho building waa Only partially
Hon. A. H. Stephens says of Solomons'
Bitters: "I have used them with decided
benefit: in giving tone to the digestive or?
gans and general strength to the system. "
Logier Bro.'s Lager Beer Brewery,
HA MB U Ra, S. C.,
HAVE now roady and for salo, aa good LA?
GER BEER as can be imported from Mil?
waukee, Cincinnati, or any other place.
Ordors recoived at tho Columbia Hotel BAR
ROOM. ? - NOT a Imo
ONE 7 lind one 6 Octave PIANO.
! Aim). Tuning and Repairing Pia
.non, Melodoons and Organs. Or?
derflo?l at.rov residence, Taylor street, near
tho 'charlotte Depot, will meet with prompt
attention.- JOSEPH DENCK.
NOTTS _- fl mr>^
Salt j Salt! 1 'Salt WY
prrvr\ EXTRA Lanro Sacks Liverpool
SALT, on baud and for sale at re?
duced prices, by J. A T. R. AGNEW
Dupont's Gunpowder Agency.
AFULL supply constantly on hand, of all
grades, in Wholo, Half and Quarter Kegs
and Canisters, for salo low to thu trade and
consumers-also, Drop and Buck SHOT, Por
oueaiobCAPS, Gan Flints, Ac, for salo low,
by _J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Fire Bogs and Fenders.
AHANDSOME Assortment of Plain and
Fancy FIRE DOGS, SHOVELB AND
TONGS, FENDERS, Ac, Ac. on hand and for
salo low, by_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
NEW 8T0RE-NEW GOODS.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE,
,100 Sacks SALT,
100 Rbis. FFF O FLOUR.
100 do "Liberty" do
100 do "M-igbzim" do
600 Bushels Corn,
50 Bbls. Whiskeys, Rums, Brandies, Wines,
275 Lbs. Smoking Tobacco, assorted branda,
50 Boxe's Chewing Toba- oo, nf ail grades,
?0 000 Segara, various brands,
English Ale and Porter.
Sugars. Teas, Cooees, Rice, Potatoes, Buck?
ets. Brooms, and varions articles too nume?
rous to moutiou, whioh I offer to the trade low
for cash. R. ALLEN,
At the stand formerly occupied by R. Bryob
A Ron. _ Nov 8
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED,
n ROWN from 8oed purchased directly ef
VJT Mr. David Dickson, in 1667, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I will deliver the Seed, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at tl.50 per bushel, for all
amounts in oxceaa of 5 bushels.
-A. P. AMAKER,
St. Matthew's, S. C.
I roapcotfully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me last apnng,
tor information touching the parity and supe?
riority of tho Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Tober, Fort Motte ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Faulting, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's; L.R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmanu and W. B. Miller,
Esq., Orangeburg Court House ; all cf Orange
burg County, S. C. A. P. A.
Ia tho I) i M trio t Court of tbe United States for
the District of South Carolina-Jn Batik?
niptcy.-In the matter of James Boigler,
TO Whom it may conoem-The undersigned,
GEORGE C. HALTIWANGEB, hereby
gives notice of his appointment aa Assignee
of the estate of JAMES BRIGLER, in the
County of Loxing ton, in said District, and who
was, on the 3d day of February, A. P. 1869,
adjudged a Bankrupt upon the petition of
himself, by C. G. Jager, Seq.. in Bankruptcy,
at Newberry Court House, dated in Lexingtoq
County, the lat of November, A. D. 1869.
GEORGE C. Ii ALTI WANGEE, ?
Nov 8 w3* Asoignee.
" NICKERSON HOUSE/'
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
? >H|-THIS pleasantly locatod HO.
iBfsarmrfW? TEL, unsurpasned by any
flf?Pfifft" House in the South for comfort
HnBOSBK^and healthy locality, is now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can be furnished with
nice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
is solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
the different depots-passengers carried to
and from the Hotel free of charge.
Nova_WM. A. WRIGHT.
Charlotte, Colombia & Augusta H. R.,
COLUMBIA, H. G.. November 2, 18G9.
AN ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.forthncon?
venience oj Visitors to ibo State Fair,
will be run bctwoen Cheater and Columbia, on
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
10TH, 11TH and 12TH instant, leaving Colum?
bia on Wednesday evening :
Leave Columbia kt. 3* p m
Arrive " ".10.30 a ra
Leavo Cbestor at.C.40 a m
Arrive M M . 7 20 p m
Stopping at usual stations. Hr If usual ratos
each way. C. BOUKNIOHT,
Nov 8 9 _ Superintendent.
Buckwheat and Syrup,
NEW BUCKWHEAT JLOUR.
Ooldon Drip SYRUP! For s&le by
Ort 28__E A^D.JlOPP.
Flour I Flour ! :
K f\f\ BBLS. FLOUR, consisting of Super,
t)UU Extra, Family and Choice Fa
railv Flour, nt ?0 50 tn $10 for the best in mar?
ket. Our stock of Flour is larger and our re- j
ceipts greater each week than any other finn in
Columbia. See Hie books of ihc South Carolina
Railroad Company. We are constantly in re
ceipt of choico brands from Nashville. Louisette
ana t?t. Louis, whioh we aro prepared to sell to
the trado aad consumers at lowest market
prices. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
JUST received, a foll assortment of fresh I
SODA HISCUTT, Sogar Craokers, Ginger
Snaps, Butter Crackers, Ac , Ag. For salo low
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
admitted to practice in I
-Cjt* St*** Courts by Judge"Carpenter
jfasit?r?Uy. on motion of Whipper, the
codifier of tho la wa.-Charleston Courier,"
After a month's rest, dnriug wljioa ex
tou?iv? npreporution w?ro made, the
fJU?? toroa? in Paraguay hate again, boen
pat in motion to attack Lopez at San.
Eatnnielaus. > 7/0 K
The Caban insurgents recently tore ap
the railroad track between Tillaolara and
Cionfuogofl, nnd captured rt freight train.
Communication be two on the two cities is
eat off. ?N.
Mr. T. J. Raglan?, living near Dan?
gerfield, Titas C?niity.. TCXHA, was a few
days ago stabbed and killed by bis own
Do yon want an Appetite? TJse Solo?
mons' Bitters-greatest tonio of the age.
OL' It HR. JONES has just'returned from the
North, with a second, and larger Stock of
QOODS thau usual, to supply our trade with.
The most careless observer cauuot but have
notiood thc decided decline iu both American
Dry Goods in sympathy with the raw Staple,
and Foreign Goods in sympathy with Gold,
that ha? taken place within the last ton days.
Our previous purchases arc so lar clearod ont
that wo can offer "our onlirc Stock at the Re
vised Prices,'* including ono of thc most com?
plete assortments we have ever handled.
Our Retail Stock ia full as usual.
CAKPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Shades, Huge,
Ac, Ac, at prices within tho reach of all-Call
and soe them-"Be to your advantage."
Our Wholesale Department,
IS full, well ordored; GOODS selected with
care; bought right, and will be sold Cheap
enough to bo rohandled in thia market.
H. C. SHIVER.
P. S. -OUR HOUSE ie youug and striving
hard to mako a living, aud ambitious to build
up a still larger cash trade. Every customer
that gives OB a fair chance to sell thom their
Gooda, no matter how trifling in amount, glad?
dens our hearts; lightens our cares, and has a
bona fide guaranty that Goods bought of us
aro as oheap and good aa can bs had ia the
8 ta te._Nov 3
A Superb Lot of Furs
OPENED, at prices to accommodate.
Octa? It. C. 8HIVEH.
25c. 25c. 25o. 25c. 85c. 25c.
TWO caaes New York Mills LONGCLOTH,
at 25 cents by the piece. , -jj
Pot 26_g C. BHI YE lt.
ASUPERB lot of White Swiss BED BLAN?
KETS, at unrivalled pri?es.
Oct 26_R. C. SHIVER.
SST* The Greenville Enterprise, Abbeville
Press, Yorkvillo Enquirer, Newberry Herald,
Cheater Reporter, Keowee Courier, Spartan*
borg apartan, Unionville Times and Camden
Journal will copy to the extent of one-fourth
of a column, change weekly, with the Puonrix,
for the quarter commencing October L 1869.
7CASKS Gentlemen's Dross and Water
S Cases Gents' Congress GAITERS, manu?
factured to order, by MoMullln, of Philadel?
Family Flour Wanted.
WB notice "Family Flour" advertised for
sale at $6 50 per barrel. We will pur
chaeo and pay cash for all the "sound Family
Flour*' in the city at $6.75 per bbl., tofiUordnrs.
LEAPHART A SLOAN,
Nov 2 Commission Merchants.
Flour for Sale.
"TT^AMILY FLOUR," of various brande,
IP from $8.50 per barrel, upward?.
LEAPHART A 8LOAN,
Nov 2_ Dealers in Flour and Grain.
The Chester Reporter,
AWEEKLY NEWSPAPER, pubJiehod by
E. C. McLure A J. A. Bradloy. Jr., at
Cheater. 8. C. Terme-Invariably in advance
-?3 00. _. _Ko? a
500 b B8' Mountala BUTTEK- For 8Rl?
F?SnER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
KA nra/l SEGAB8, assorted qualities
?UsVUv aud prices, from $2 per 100
and upwards. Try our Gc. Segar, they aro the
beat in the market for such a small sum.
_Oct3i J. A T. B. AGNEW.
Columbia Oil Company.
AN INSTALMENT OF 23 PE li CENT, of the
Htock of this Companv, will bo paid in on
the ?Tn of NOVEMBER. "
Oct 31 3 E. P. ALEXANDER, Presidont.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
^ THE undersigned is propared
sSSe&Qjmf to clean and thoroughly repair
gTOgryg^WATOiiKS AND JEWELRY, nt
DnHHHBBBvery low rater). Hin ?hop ia on
M ii iu street, opposite Ricard's drr goods atore.
_Oc?31?_A. VOW BEHMAN.
DR. LEAK'8 PREMIUM TOBACOO-in
. different, styles, including tbs EXTRA
TWIST, ?oven known.
Morris A Sons' DURHAM SHOEING TO?
BACCO-considered the bwt. Si?t sale in any
quantity, by E. STENHOUSE.
Oct 13 into
C)f\ BBL8. choice OLD CORN WHISKEY, of
imi\j superior quality, on hand, and for sale
by J. A T. ft. AGNEW.
?'inj0 printc^ ?n^^^pfl^.njSL 6
cost. Coll and see specimens at PncsNrx
MATTJ ARRANGEMENTS.-The Northern
and West om mails are open for deli very
nt lp. m. ; closed at 11.30 o. m. ' Charles?
ton (day) and Greenville open at 5.30 p.
m. ; closed at* 8.8?, p. m. Charleston
night mail open at 8.30 a. m. ; closed at
4.15 p.' m. On Bundny, tbe post office is
open from 1 to 2 p.1 m.
BUBINBSH CAKDB AND dun;LAKH.-As
the season is approaching for the annoni
travel and distribution of business cards
and circulars, our merchants and others
will please gi vo attention to the faot that
onr job office is supplied with'the best of
boards, of all colors, fine commercial
note and other pnper, and the very new?
est and most fashionable styles of type,
thus enabling us to supply all of such
CB?MIIS.-Thu South Carolina Rail?
road Company aro now selling through
tickets to^'Oalifornia-by a short and
Mr. Goodman requests us to say thal
Wolfe Brill was tho nama of tho indivi
dual referred to in his card, pnbliahec
Tho want of rain is being seriously
felt. Tho consumers of oity water an
requested to be economical in its usc, a
the springs are getting low.
THE FAIR.--The Fair of the Agrioalta
ral and Mechanical Society of Soutl
Carolina will open on Wednesday nczi
Novembor 10. A large number of visi
tors is expected in Columbia, and ai
rangements will be made to accommc
date all who may come. It is expecte
that the exhibition of articles will b
good, and the other attractions that wi
attend the Fair, will make the occasio
one of unusual interest. It will bc tb
first geueral gathering of our peopl
sinee the war. A cordial welcome wi
be given to men from the North as we
as the South. Let the "machine mon
come with their improved implement
The field is open to a generous rivalry.
To THE WOMEN OF RICHLAND DISTRICT
It is proposed to form, during the tin
of the Fair, a State Monumental Assoc
ation, the object of which being tl
erection by the women of South Carol
na, ol a monument to the memory i
thoao South Carolinians who have peria
ed in the defence of the Confederacy
The women of Riohland District ai
earnestly requested to take the initiate
in the furtherance of this object, and I
meet on Thursday, November 4, at tl
Washington Street Chapel, at 4 o'ekx
p. m. Strangers visiting the city aud i
teres ted in this matter, are cordial
invited to attend. Qen. Hampton w
address the meeting.
LAGER.-We received, yesterday, fro
the Messrs. Legier, of Hamburg, S. C
a keg of their lager beer, whioh was ii
mediately tapped, and, after a caref
analysis, unanimously pronouns
"fine." The manufacturers-three bi
thers-are, we are informed, enterpr:
ing Switzer?, who arrived in this cou
try nearly a yea? ago. They set to wo
energetically to make a cheaper and b<
ter quality of beer for Southern co
sumption than could be obtained frc
either the Northern or Western Stat?
A keg of this beer will be on tap at t
Columbia Hotel, this afternoon, and vi
be dispensed free of charge to dealers,
HOTEL ARRIVALS, November 2.-(
lumbia Hotel-C. Kerison, G. W. Roui
Charleston; J. H. Adams, Richland; \
H. Evans, Charlotte; A. McBee, Gree
ville; ?. W. Everson and wife, And?
son; A. M. Kirkland, Southern Ex pr?
Co. ; L. Deadnok, Va; A. M. Sadler, 1
A. Bradley, 8. C.
Nicker son Ho tue.-John E. Tobe
Blackville, S. C.; Chas. Mantze, Bal
moro; Wm. Fnrman, H. P. Hamme
Greenville; Jes. A. August, W. J. Ett
Newberry; Henry H. Mitchel], Rut
erfordton, N. C. ; Wm. Ratlodge, M
Rutledge, Mrs. E. Rutledge, Miss I
vanel, Miss ila van el, Charleston; M
H. Witherspoon and two children,
Coonnok, Charlotte; Mrs. M. C. Sh
rod and child, 8. C.; G. R. Turn
Greenwood, 8. C.; J. Washburn, ?
vannah; W. H. Scott, Augusta; Thon
Dain, Pittsburg, Pa. ; T. G. Williams?
C. & A. R. R. ; Jno. C. Krister, Chest
Mrs. Griffin, Now York; Col. L.
Black, Richlaud; E. E. Burrough, W
Thompson, Baltimore; J. M. Ry
Blackville, 8. C. : W. A. Lesley, Pick?
C. H.; Thos. Battle, New York; Mr. a
Mrs. James M. Allan, Miss Ella lui
Greenville; Jos. A. Danbar, Columl
H. H. Henning, Fla.; J. R. Chatha
Helena, 8. C. .
National Hotel.-J.- Blakoly, Gadsdi
W. II. Lyfcs. Fairfield; Jno. McOrcd
Florida; W. E. Barket, Anderson;
F. Morris, Greenville; J. Harp Vau
Cokesbury; Mrs. Allen Vance, M
Nina Vance, Mrs. B. Ricks, Greenwoi
Col. H. J. Caughman, Mill Creek: P.
Ellis, Ky. ; J. H. Detzon, J. H. Verm
Georgetown; T. J. Taylor, Pineville,
C.;B. G. Yocum, Chester; P. Etd
Winunboro; J. M. Smith. Statetot*
W. T. McKenn, Orangebnrg; C.
??lied io tho'fc?owln^adrerti?eniPuia,
ltabli?hedtho|flrfet ??mefth> menang:
MeOttrig Biohlan? Lbdgo.
D. Gambri?T-Bond sod Stock Broker.
j. & T. R.AiiM^-^lti?ii j y ;
A. F. Amakor-Coltoa Seed for Bale.
G. G. Haltiwanger-Assignee's Notice.
Wm; A. Wri?ut-^NioisiaonHonte."
Wella <fe Caldwell-?-Agency. .
?. k G. D. Hope-Breakfaat Bacoa.
To the Dental Profession.
D. a Pelxottq & Son-Auction.
Fisher, Lowrance x Fisher-Wanted.
K. C. Shivwir-?-?Now Opening. M?iW /
i_:-,! <> ? o ii i'.t "t, ? .; :
Solomons' Bitters, an Antidote to Ma- -
laria, prepared by A. A. Solomons & Co. ; ?
druggists, Savanna*, Ga; 6
I-[mi ii ? ?.?? tl lin-1- : f oti . ?.
I Havfl A TBHHTBXH Couau.-You need. .
not have it long; go to yonr druggist hod :1
get a bottle of Da Trrrr's CrnBDBAtxro
EXPBCTORANT, it wi H noon cate yon. lt
is dangerons to neglect coughs. Thia,
valuable preparation may be found in
every village and hamlet TO tho South
?nd WM ol .\.:-.<Qd09
A. wonderful our o repotted from Penn- . >
syhrania. with HarmTsn'a QosBs'ft L>B
LIOHT. A girl fifteen yeare'of age, palo
and sickly, emadiatedv no appetite, losing
flesh, with sore! eyes, ?ore rho?tb, and n
general wasting, away*-?all io wing top*- .
ver ty of blood.' Af ber: cai ag if ban bottles .
of the Qaeeri's Delight, .her aspatria Moi
turned,' digestion improved, iuoroaea ?ui
growth and' flesh,' sbres fro moved, .skin :
bright and clear, and etory indication of
an improved condition of her whole syfa- :
tem. This is one of the many cassa .Wu
hoar of the wonderful roinlts of H?tn-f.'. :
itsh's Queen's Delight. Everywhere* .v
North and So rt th, wherever introduced, ?
it is spoken of in tho highest ter rna. OI?...
Breakfast Bacon and fctouk?d Beef. '
C*r\f \ LBS.t?holcc'Breakfast BsOON,.* '
?UU 200 Lbs! mme ?rabksd BBWVfor:-:
sale by_ E. A ft. D. HOPB.
ABLACKSMITH AND A WHEELWRtoiBT.,
to go a sbort distance in the eoUrttry.'
Steady employment and good wa ?res will bm
given. Apply to '1 ii' -o!
Nov 3 lf TIMBER, LAWRANCE ? FI1HKB.
THE subscriben are Agents for the sal?af
P. H. Ellin' Vi HISIIEY, rando bi Kentucky,
and havo on hand a full ?tock of tho following
Puro Old Rye WHISKEY,
do do Bourbon do,
do do Wheat do.
Nov?6 _WELLS A CALDWELL.
Executors* Sale of Beal Estate.
^ THE subscribers offor for salo the
gjplantation known aa LOG CASTLE, fjWg
JCthe property of tho late Maj. ff-<j f?vn
O'ti anion, containing about fits thousand ono ,
hundred and sixty-four (5,164) acres, about
fourteen miles from Columbia, io Richland
Comity, on the CongareS Rivar. This txaat '
embraces soma of as productive-lands, both i
for cern and cotton, aa are on the, Congare*..
River; a part of which ie swamp, .and a largs
body of pine ranch Tho whola Tract la abun?
dantly supplied with water, having a creek
running through: it, and bounded on on? side
by tbs Cong arte River. Timber ia abundant .
and convenient to tho Booth CarolioaBa?rcad.
j The above tract may be treated for privately
until THURSDAY, lim butant; at which timo
it will be offend for tale to the highest bidder,
at the Court flouae iq, thia city, i
A plat of said trap* may,be seen at the cx??o?
of tho Clerk of the Court.'
For further particulars, apply to'Samuel L*.
; Jones, who will give any informatisa1 deahr ed.
SAMUEL L. JONES, J vr?T*nT
Nova JB88B BEEBE, j j^jSggS
Industrial Iron Wytkf;1
J^' THE undersigned, having procured
?Agood tools, bas commenced a general
^?Jr Machino business, at the caner of
Wayne and Gorvaia or Bridge streets, opposite
the Greenville passenger depot, and is now
ready to receive orders for building and repair
; ing all kinds of Machinery, such aa Steam En?
gines and Boilers, Circular. Saw, Flour and
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, Shafting and Pul
leys, Cotton. Press Screws and Irons, Iron
Railings for Cemeteries and Buildings, Bridge
and other Bolts and Nuts of any deelred cUecr.
and Wrought Iron Forgings. PTomptnaea
guaranteed. , J. A, J. DERRICK.
Oct 30_. , Imo
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned moat respectfully
informs bis patrons, and toe public in
_general. that he has reoeiTfld a-/veil se?
lected assortment of fine Wa tabes, Jewelry
and Clocks-amo?gst them the celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
and Oak. SPECTACLES, and Eye-glasses of
every focus, to suit all eyes. Abovo-mentioned
articles will be sold at reasonable prices. AU
work connected with this line Wilt be executed
In the beat workmanlike manner, and properly
warranted. A. W- WEHR HAK,
Plain street, ?ppoalta Mr.Berrj's FnrolUre
Rooms. _ Pot 27
Oct 23 E. E. JACKSON'S Drv* ?tere.
r AA BUSHELS prime old Whits CORM,
OKJ\J tor Bale by g. jg G. D. HOPR.
Smoked and Pickled Meats.
FERRIS' beet PIG HAMS-smoked.
Ferris' best Bacon Strips "
.* " Beof Tongues M
" " .? u pickled,
ii pig pork ?
Extra No. 1 Salmon "
Frosh to hand, together with the finest as
sortmentorchoico FAMILY GROCERIES ever
offered in this market.
Oct 29 GEORGE BTMM1R8>
BRINLY'S universal PLOW&
Reynolds' uni verdal Pion s.
Ames* Turning, Sub-soil and Bide-hill Eagle
For salo low, for cash, by
Oot 22 FISHER. LOWRANCE A. flflHER.
FOR aalo by
FISHER, LOWRANCE A- FISHER.
S\?~\ RUSH EL8 DRIED PEACHES.
??\J 50 bushels Dried APPLES. Fer salo
low by_B. G. D. jjjPg7
Teas and Coffees,
Cl ELECTED byan expert-Choicest Moynno,
O Hyson, Japan and English Br?akfaat Teas.
Mocha, Old Government J-.va.Lag'iayra and
common to choice Rio Coffees. Prices low and
quality guaranteed. GEO. S Y M MK RB.