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LONDOK, NoY*?)^,$.-Tpo 3?we?,
to-day, ia an artiole on the influence of
?eclesi?stica! dominiou. It ia , only by
ceasing to Le an Italian sovereign, that ?
the PQ?b can aspire to become universal
ijovnw, November5,-The Nefr$ says: !
"Mr.-Peabody was not a man. of impul?
sive, emotional benevolence, but of !
, M??r .^dioiousv, widely-sproad b.ono?
oonoe. His liberality was not posthu
moils; he gave from his own substance,
and did not surrender what death wrested
Som him; bia serv?aos, both to his na?
ve land nod his adopted country, were
fittingly and graciously recognized in
roy?l letters and I the halls of Congress.
Merchants, in passing his statue daily,
do not need to learn from tho consum?
mate., man of business how to gain
money; his career may teach them how
it may be wisely spent."
MnT'^iv, November G.-Senor Oronsc
bas been.released from prison.
HAVANA, November G.-An expedi?
tion, by'sea and land, against the rebels
at deng* de Zapata, failed. The rt.-bels
wero fully posted regarding the move?
ment and withdrew.
Domestic rScivn.
CHARLESTON, November 6.-Arrivod
Steamer Qeorgia, Now York; sehr Ralph
Carleton, l?ockport, Me. Sailed-steamer
Manhattan, New York; barque Cornuco?
pia, a port in Great Britain.
?je. Louis, November G.-The minois
Constitutional Convention stands: Re?
publican 42; Democrats 40; conservatives
2; 'independents 1.
KEW YOBS:, November 6.-Tho steam?
ship-Alaska has arrived, with Aspinwall
dates ot tno 20th. Tho Panama Legis?
lature has unanimously adopted a resolu
iibh in favor of the Isthmus Canal.
.Ntffr YORK, November'6.-Governor
Hoffman, in answering a question as to
what tho Democrats intended to do with
their victory, said tho Democrats proposo
making the Legislature honest, and to
uso it for promoting the interests of the
mass of the people, which the radicals
have not done. We propose to abolish
such laws as infringe upon the rights of
localities, and secure them rights them?
selves.' The now Legislature, however,
will not be radical; it is disposed to show
to the State and country that the De?
mocracy can be as moderate in victory os
patient under defeat.
W?BhIngcon News.
WASHINGTON, November 6.-Commo?
dore - Higgins and his officers have
arrived. Their statements clearly dis?
prove the allegations of treachery on
.their part.
Internal revenue receipts $500,000.
Commissioner Capron expresses groat
gratification with his reception at thc
Virginia State Fair.
WASHINGTON, November G.-Two po?
licemen were seriously hurt, last night,
in attempting to restrain a party of
negroes, who were disturbing thecolored
Baptist congregation.
OUR HOUSE RESTAURANT,
SITUATED on Assombly street, near thc
North-east corner of tho Market, ia now
prepared to servo up OYSTEilS in every style,
to please the patrons ot the House.
Families can bo supplied with Oysters tither
on the shell or opened.
The BAR is furnished with the best of
WINE8, LIQUORS, ETC.
A fine BOWLING ALLEY is attached to tho
Honso. D. McGUlNNIS,
Nov 4 5* _ Proprietor.
For Sale.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
BOWN from Seed purchased directly of
\JT Mr. David Dickson, in 1807. and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
other eeed.
I will deliver the 8ecd, 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 $1.50 per bushel, for nil
amounts in excosB of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER,
St. Matthew's, S. C.
I respectfully refer to tho below namod gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of molastspring,
for information touching the purity and supe?
riority of the Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Tabor, Fort Motto ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Faulting, f.?q., St. Mat?
thew's; L.R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmann and W. B. Muller,
Esq., Orangcburg Court House ; all cf Orange
burg Ceunty, 8. C. A. P. A.
Nov 3_
The Attention of Purchasers
Ia respectfully called to tho
FOLLOWING LIST OF CHEAP GOODS
To bc found at
O. Tm JACKSON'S.
]0A6E Boautiful POPLINS, at 37c.
. 1 do do DeLaines, at 25c.
Largo lot Worsted Shawls, $1.00 to $10.00.
Dress Silks, at very low prices,
Ladies* Cotton Hoso, good quality, at 12\c.
Red and Wbito Flannels, 25c. and upwards,
Ladies' Linon Collara, at 10c. and upwards,
Linon Diaper, at $2 00 por piece;
Linen Damask, at 50, 75 and $1.00 per yard,
Extra Quality Ladios' English Hose, nt 50e.
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, 10. 12*, 10J,
?>, -25c. to $5.00,
Men's Half HOBO, 12, 20, 25, 35, 50c.
Ladies' Hst?, 20, 25, 50c.
Good artioltf Jeans, at 38i, 50c.
Extensivo stock of Cassimeres, for Men's
and Bovs'wear, at rodeoed prices,
Another Iuvoice of those boautiful drab Co?
verings, at low ratos.
The attention of tho ladios is spcciallv called
to our unusually largo assortment o"f Dross
Trimmings, of tho latent styles, and uuporb
Sash Ribbons and Sashes.
Nova_0_F. JACKSON.
Cotton Bagging.
BORNEO, GUNNY, DUNDEE and DOUBLE
ANCHOR.
10,000 yards of tho above for salo at lowest
market rates. E. St G. D. HOPE.
Flour for Sale.
i6TJ1AMILY ffrnrtR," of various brands,
jj from ?8.50 per barrol, upwards.
LE AFB ART St SLOAN.
t? Nov 2 Dealers in Floor and Grain.
?ASAJICIASU A?D COMMERCIAL.
-- ? -- | . ILL _
?U^tsSSSoO^ COU?D3' d^pim7-S|$20?:
FreighU dull. Stock* steady, but dull. Money
easy, at 7. Sterling-Wnglft iM?Tt? wold
as .ffii'lte?i^??^
52: Lrt?aeWnl?8/ eft/ ?W; no* ^of - loWe.
59|; 8'e 87; Alabama 8'a, 90; 5'e, 57; Georgia 7's,
90; North Carol ina's, oki.-IC; now 37i; Sooth
Carolina's new, 88. *
7 P. If .-Money easy, at *??. Thc bank
statement is remarkable. Legad tendera' in re?
serve are'rower than for -a long tims; loans
have increased Si,760,000; specie increased
75,000; circulation increased 52,000; deposits
increasod over 2,000,000; legal tenders de?
creased 2.500.000. Sterling quiet, at 8|<f"?8|.
Gold 26j(i32Gj. Government's tinner. State'
bonds duli but firm. North Carolina special
tax bonds alone active. Cotton hoavy and jc.
lower; sales 2,000 bales, at 25j. Flour-super?
fine State 5.15@5.30; choice Stato 6.70545.80;
fancy 5.90@6.10. Wheat-winter rod and
umber Wostorn 1.38@1.40. Corn Unchanged
99@1.0i. Whisker lower r 1.10*01.11$. Pork
ho wv, at 30.00. Lard a shade firmer- kottlc
17j(r?'l8i. Freights firm.
CHARLESTON, November C>.-Co'ton some?
what activo, with an easier tendency; sales
700 bales- middling21J; receipts 1,490;exports |
coastwiso l,i:iG.
SAVANNAH, NovembcrG.-Cotton firm, at 24V;
saloa 1,100 bales; exports 3.423; receipts 4,000.
AUGUSTA, November G.-Cotton market dull
and nominal; Bales 411 balea; roccipta 827
middling closed at 231.
MOBLE, Novomber t>.-Salos of cotton 1,000
halos; there was a fair demand throughout the
dav-middling 21?24.1; roccipta l,4lJ2; exporta
215. I
NEN ORLEANS, Novomber G.-Cotton dull and ?
lower-middling 24J; sales 2.258 halo-?; receipts j
4.014. Flour firm-auporiino 5.25; double
5.?2i(W55 75; treble G.10@G25. Corn-whito
1.15. Mc8B pork 31.25. Bacon 17$(3)201-. augar
cured bama 30. Sugar-primo 13.}. Slolaasea
83@85. Whiskey 1.20. Coffoc-primo 1G4@1~;
stock 10,000 bags. Gold 27.
PARIS, November 'J. Thc hoarse opens dull
-rentos 71 and 17.
HAVANA, November G.-Sugar buoyant-No.
12 9J.
LONOO?, Nevombor G-To-day is a holiday.
LIVERPOOL, Novombor 6-Evening,-Cotton
closod dull-uplands 12; Orleans 121; aalea
10,000 balea; exporta and sp?cul?t ion 3,000.
15.\ i.TI M o HE, November G.-Cotton quiot.
Flour weak. Whoat dull? Corn active-now
white 75@90. Oats dull, at 53@57. Byo dull,
at85(7ol.OO. Pork 32.50?7133 00; shoulders 1G.
Lard 18@18?. Whiskey 1.0801.10.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October 6.-Nickcrson
House-F. Elder, Winnaboro; Mark Bead,
F. G. DoFontaine, Charleston; J. B. Hubbard,
Sumtor; B. Yocum, Batesville; B. L. Walker,
Virginia; W. L. Davie, New York; J. G. Wil
liamaon, C. Sc A. B. B.; C. 11. Taylor, wifo and
throe children. Misa Pauli, Miss Eunlich, John
W. Pauli, Philadelphi; J. J. Allon Brown, Jr.,
Wm. Johnston, North Carolina: A. J. Stranger, !
England; S. H. Jonee.JGreenville; J. B. Seiglcr,
Newberry.
Columbia Hotel-B. W. Carpenter, D. T. Cor?
bin, W. A. Bradley, Charloaton; L. W. Duval!,
Winnsboro; E. A Mayor, R. Show, Philadol
phis; T. Butler, T. B. Ferdinand. G. W. Ken- j
ncdy and lady, New York; J. T. Balderatcr, Jr.,
Baltimore; A. J. Lamar, J. C. Bulow, Bidgc
wav; A. M. Kirkland, A. 8. Hinton, E. DoBer
ry, II. B. Fant, S. C.; J. Allen Brown, Saba- j
burv: P. GoBsler and lady, Peu ns vi vu nia; D.
Wyatt Aiken, A. M. Aiken, Abbeville; lt. T.
Townsend, Society Hill.
National Hotel-Vf. M. Goudelock, Mount
Tabor; Edd Lipeeomb. S. C. ; IL H.Mitchell,
Rutherfordton, N. C.; L. Williams, Greenville;
Wm. Haltiwonger, Ninety-Six; Y. J. P. Owens,
Laurens; J. B. Kerklev, Table Mountain; Mra.
Stuart. Winnsboro; j". P. Gaylea, N. C. ii. B.;
W. A. French, Misa J. n. French, Wilmington,
N. C.: A. J. Levy. Philadelphia; T Crawford,
New York; Gray Utloy, Hillsboro, N. C.; Goo. '
Carr, Baltimore; S. L. Jonea, T. A. Sullivan,
Abbeville; M. C. Toius, Hendersonville, N. C.;
P. H. Ellis, S. P. Woraham, Kentucky.
M o KL ES 3ST 325 I 33 ' S
Wholesale and Rotail Manufacturing
CONFECTIONERY,
Main Sired, Greenfidd's Hoir.
SPECIALITY_CANDIES mado of PURE
SUGAR, that has stood the teat of popu?
lar tasto for thirty years.
WIIOLESAliE CANDIES,
Put up in 25, 50 and 100 pound Boxes, well
Assorted, at as low a figure as puro Goods will
warrant. In order to compete with tho largo
manufactories of the North, tho wholesale
prico of assorted Candies will bo "?7 cents per
pound. No charge for boxoa.
Nov4 io j. MCKENZIE.
Confectionery.
RETAIL DEPARTMENT.-Manufacturing
daily, a aelcct assortment of STICK CAN?
DIDS, Drops, Bon Bous, Talley Kisses, Cocoa?
nut Cakea, Burnt Almonds, Pindar and Almond
Candy, Chocolate Caramels, Ac, Ac.
A fresh lot of F lt KN CH CONFECTIONERY,
just received.
CA KKS A Nl> TA HTS, OF ALL EIN HS,
JELLIES, home
uiado of pure fruit,
tho di fl* o renee
from Northern
mako easily dis
'tinguishtd. Can
Fruits, Brandy
Poaches, Nuts of I
all kinda, FIGS,
TAMARIN DS,
Prunes, ?LO., AC.
Tho largest as?
sortment of TOYS ever brought to this mar?
ket, JOHN MCKENZIE,
Nov 4 10 Mainstreet.
Executors' Sale of Real Estate.
THE subscribers offer for ealo tho I
?plantation known aa LOG CASTLE, ft*? |
.the property of tho lato Maj. .TamesXiUL
O'lianlon, containing about fivo thousand ono
hundrod and Bixty-four (5,101) aerea, about
fourteen miles from Columbia, in Richland
County, on tho Cungaroo River. This tract
embraces some of aa productive! lands, both
for corn and cotton, aa aro on tho bongaree
River; a part of which ib swamp and a largo
body ot' pine land. Tho whole tract is abun?
dantly supplied with water, having a creek
running through it, and bounded on one side
by tho Cungaroo River. Timber is abundant
and convenient to the South Carolina Rai h oad.
Tho above tract may be treated for privately
until THURSDAY, llTll instant, at which time
it will be offered for sale to tho highest bidder,
at the Court Houao in this city.
A plat of said tract may be porn at the office
of the Clerk of tho Court.
For further particulars, apply to Samuel I,.
Jones, who will give any information desired.
SAMUEL L. JONES, ) EmcoIom
Nov 2 JESSE REESE. I Executors
Just Received.
7CASES Oenllemen's Dross and Water
Proof BOOTS.
3 Cases Oents' Congress GAITERS, manu?
factured to order, by McMullin, of Philadel?
phia. J. ME IG HAN.
Dried Fruit.
i)A BUSHELS DRIED PEACHES.
?iVJ 50 bushels Dried APPLES. For salo
low by E. J- G. D. HOPE.
White Corn.
Ki~\f\ BUSHELS prime old White COEN,
Ol J VJ fojrjalo by_F. AG. D. HOPE.
Clover Seed.
FOB sale by
FISHER, LOWBANCE & FISHER.
THE BEST Df THE WORLD!
S CIR CUSS
? >: Jj .? W|LL, Bic^parir?slCoLU??Bi?A, .
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1800.
i ??l?&?RMINCES DAY AND NIGHT!
Commencing at 2 and 7} o'clock.; i
ADMISSION..75*tafo.
Children under 10 years ...... .60 Cen?.
NO CIRCUS, either iii Europe or Arnorics,
ba? so many First Claus ARTISTS as
STONE ic MURRA V'S!
Tho Announced Exhibitions will bo Rivoli
npon a scale of Originality and Splendor novcr
bvforo witnessed in this country.
Tho following array of Artist? will convoy to
tho public an idea of tho immense rcaources of
STONE & MURRAY'S CIRCUS
?Q. DELIGHT AND AMAZE:
m?
MLLE. EMILIE HENRIETTA COOKE !
Tho Premier Equestrienne of tho World 1
The most gifted mid daring LADY RIDER
overseen lu any ago or country, from the
principal Amphiiheat rcs of Europe, and
THE GREAT .DUN HENRY COOKE!
Tho acknowledged Champion Rider of tho
Dniverae, (late of Cooke's Royal Circus-, of |
European fame, ) whoso extraordinarv talents
command the largest salary ever paid to any
Artist engaged in tho vocation of amusing
the public.
LE JEUNE HU RTF,
The Champion Baro-bank Hurdle Rider !
MLLE. .TEA NETTE ELLSLEfl,
The graceful ami du-hing Tight-Rope Dnnsotue
.1/ U Ii HA Y 1 A" 1> II U T C II IX S O X,
Tho Peorlci-H Acrobats! Ibo novel Feats
and athletic CXfrcisos of thone skillful per?
former*"., have won for them a world-wide fame
in avery ?pi artur of the gloho.
Til E S X OW II 0 Til K HS' !
BENJAMIN, WILLIAM AND ALMEO, tho Un
oqualud Postururs ?ind Equilibrists.
M /:. i> E x s T o x t: ;
Tho popular Clown and Hmuorist, who has
tho happy faculty of blending tho auuisiug
with tin- ludicrous, without approaching
coarseness or vulgarity.
.1//.'. CHARLES Ii LISS,
And hid Wonderful Compeer,
M R . R 0 /; E H T J O ll N S O X !
Tho two'best Tumblers in tho World I
THE TALLEEN BROTHERS!
P?D!, and JSROMK, tho Sensational Mid-Air
Gymnasts, from thu Hippodrome, Parin.
MISS EMILY COOKE!
Thc Superb English Manege Equestrienne.
Sid NOR COLUMBUS I
Thc Amazing Italian Contortionist.
MASTER GEORGE COOKE:
Thc Artistic Trotean Equestrian.
MR. WILLIAM FRANKLIN,
Thc Champion Somersault Rider.
MR. GEORGE M URRA Y!
Tho Grotesque Comedian.
MR. BURT LEE!
The Champion Leaper and Vaulter.
BARRY AND REEVES!
The Comique Pantomimists.
ULRIG DANZEFF !
Tho Russian Athlete.
MR. H. LOCKWOOD !
The Intrepid Fancralist.
. HERR DREXEL !
Thc Modern Hercules.
/. UDOR FF A ND ll ENTE'/, !
Thc Electrifying Funambulists.
The above Artists are aided by a largo forceoi
Auxiliary Talent, super-added to Hutchinson's
Acting Dogs, Murray's Trained Horses, Don
stone s Comic Mules, and tho Complex hbU
KLUX PANTAMORlMls.
STONE k MURRAY advertise only such at?
tractions as aro actually in their possession,
aud thoy wish it understood that tin y win BIIC
CP9S hy deserving it.
Tho New YYator-proof Pavilion contains
seats for 3,700 people. No Standing Room.
Seats for all patrons. One-half of thc Pavi?
lion Seilt'1 will bo reserved for Laibes und chil?
dren aud Gentlemen accompanying them. An
efficient Polieo will bo constantly prosont to
preserve order in and near tho Pavilion. At
t mit ive Ushers will p rovido patrons with bents.
No smoking allowed in tho Pavilion.
?S" Particular attention is culled to (hofact
that Stone A Murray's Circus travels exclusive?
ly by railroad, on special trains, consequently
thero will bo no parado of empty wagons and
jaded animals. Tho attractions of this Circus
aro insido tho Pavilion, and not on tho streets;
thorefore, (with tho exception of tho BAND
CHARIOT, drawn by Sixteen Thorough-bred
Horses,) no attempt will bo niado to indnce
patronago by tho obsolete use of a so-called
''Gorgeous Froo Pageant."
Mfr STONE A MURRAY'S CIRCUS will ex?
hibit ia CHESTER, November i?. WINNbBO
RO,'November 17; NEWBERRY, November
DJ: ABBEVILLE, Novomber 90. -
Nov 6 -..temi
KEW STOKE-HEW GOODS.
. ,IN grOBJB Airo TO ABBIVE,
50 Bbls. . Whiskeys, Bains, Brandies, Wipe*,
?od Gino, id n
375 Lb?. Smoking Tobaocov aborted brands,
50 Boxes Chowing Tobacco, ci all gradea,
20,000 Sefcars, various branda, .rt
English Ale and Tortor. 1 .. H non
Sugars, Tew, Coffees, Biet?, Potatoes, Buck?
et s. Brooms, and varions articles too name
robs to mention, -which 1 offer to tb? trade low
for caah. B. ALLEN,
At the aland fdrmorly occupied byB. Bryco
it Bon. ._ , . ;/ Nov 3
City and Country Ladies
ABE respectfully informed that we havo
just opened another line of snperb EM?
PRESS CLOTHS.
ALSO,
A boautifni assortment of PLAIDS;
AND
Another lot of tho handsome and popular
"TOIL DE VENICE."
Nov 5 _B. C. SHIVER.
NOW OPENING.
OUR MR. JONES has just returned from tho
North, with a Bccond and larger Stock of
GOODS than usual, to supply our trade with.
Tho most carolcss observer cannot but havo
noticed thc decided decline in both American
Dry Goods in sympathy with thc raw Staple,
and Foreign Goods iu sympathy with Gold,
that has taken place within tho laBt tcu daya.
Our previous purchases are so iar cleared out ,
that wc can offer "our entire Stock at tho Re?
vised Prices," including ono of thc most com?
plote assortments we havo over handled.
Our Retail Stock is full aa usual.
Our Specialities.
CARPETS, OIL OLOTH8, Shadee, Rugs
Ac, Ac, at prices within thc reach of all -
and soo them-"Bo to your advantage."
Our Wholesale Department,
18 full, well ordered; GOODS selected with
care; bought right, and will be sold Cheap
enough to be rehandled to this market.
B. C. SHIVER.
P. 8.-OUR HOUSE is young and striving
hard to make a living, and ambitious to build
up a still larger cash trade. Evory customer
that gives ns a fair chance to sell them their
Good-?, no matterhowtrifling i-iamount, glad?
dens our hearts; lightens our ^nrcs, and has a
bonn fld? guaranty that Goods bought of us
are as cheap and good as can be had in thc
State. Nov 3
SOT The Greenville Enterprise, Abbeville
Press, Yorkvillo Enquirer, Newberry Herald,
Chester Reporter, Keoweo Courier, Spartan
burg Spartan, Uuionvillo Times and Camden
Journal will copy to tho extent of one-fourth
of a column, chango weekly, with tho PHOXNIX,
for the quarter commencing October 1,18t!i).
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
V-tf. BAGGING. ROPE, IRON
\M<> J TIES, BACON, Clear Ribbcd??3g
J3MBSLsides and Shoulders. A choiccff^lBI
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,*8T"
in barrels, kogs, 3 lbs., 5 and 10 lb. packages.
Cboico Family Flour, in bblu. and bags, with
a full assortment of other grades. Livorpool
Halt, in sacks. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in
bbls., halves, quarters and kits. SUGAR and
COFFEE, of all grades. TEAS, of all grades.
Molasses-Muscovado. New Orleans and Sugar
House Syrup. Tobacco and Segara. Soap; Can?
dios, in boxes and half boxea; Cheeso, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glass. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinot, Monongahela, Rye and Corn Whis?
key, and a variety of other line brands.
WOODEN WARE, Nosta Iron and Brass
Bouud Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Cans,
Nails, of all sizes, Shot of all numbers, Cast?
ing, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Skillets and Frying
Pans, of all sizes.
All tho above named with many other arti?
cles has boon recently purchased and selected
with caro and will bo sold low for cash. Givo
us a call. WELLS A CALDWELL,
Near tho S. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
noxt door to National Hotel. Oot 1G
Eureka.
DB. LEAK'S PREMIUM TOBACCO-in
e differont. stvles, including tho EXTRA
TWIST, BO well known.
AI.SO,
Morris A Sons' DURHAM SMOKING TO?
BACCO-considered tho best. For sa'o in any
quantity, by E. STENHOUSE.
Pot 13_Imo
OPENING.
Fresh Drugs
FANCY ARTICLES,
AT
Oot 22 "K. K. JACKS?S?i Drue Store.
Oats-White and Black.
ASMALL lot of extra Black OATS, at $1.50
per bu -die!, to eloso consignment.
FISH Hit, LOWRANCE A USHER.
Scotch Whiskey.
ONE CASK pnrc Tslay Mnlt SCOTCH WIITH
KEV, for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Cream Cheese.
f r\ R?XES Primo Catting CHEESE,
t)U lb BOXCB Young America CHOOSO, for
sale by Ji. A G. D. HOPE.
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
f\f\ BBLS and boxes S^da, Butter, Farina,
OvJ Sugar, Lemon, Walnut, Ginger Cakes
and Snaps._ E. ft G. D. HOPE.
Breakfast Bacon and Smoked Beef.
e\f\f \ LBS. Cboico Breakfast BACON,
>VJVJ 200 Lbs. Trimo Smokod BEEF, for
salo by_E^A G. D. HOPE.
Fire Bogs and Fenders.
AHANDSOME Assortmont of Plain and
Fanoy FIRE DOGS, SHOVELS ANO
TONGS, FENDERS, Ac, Ac, on hand and for
sale low, by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Bremen Lager Beer.
JUST RECEIVED, 5 Casks-60 Doz. Pints
of this celebrated BEKU, which has been
out of market for somo time, as the quantity
is limited. An early sall, only, can securo a
supply. GEORGE BYMMERS.
Carpets and Oil Cloths.
TUST RECEIVED, a large ?took of all the
rj various grade?, aa? wiM Warta toss.-...
.. - W. D. LOVE * CO.,
m ' m ' W? ; PHP ?
TRI-WEEKLY ARRIVALS.
TTTTTH.a reaident buyer in New York, wo
YV hare superior facilities for adding at?
tractions to our large and Varied stock of '
DRESS GOODS,
? Which display* ?ll the latest stylos and makes.
BdVAfftB AMI IHH1ILE SHAWLS,
Also, tho ARAD SHAWLS, lu extra length and
superior quality.
THE CLOAK STOCK.
Exhibits new designs, being made np by ns
from latest styles.
EMBROIDEHIES, LACKS, RIBBONS,
TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, ba every conceivable
atyle.
HOSIERY, OLOVKS AND NOTIONS,
lu endless variety, Jouvin's Genuino Kid
O loves.
THE FLANNEL STOCK
Comprises tbo bost makes, and bought early
in tho season, at low prices.
In JEANS, TWEEDS, OA88IMERES and
CLOTHS, our stock is unsurpassed.
In PRINTS, DROWN and BLEACHED DO?
MESTICS. LINSEYS, Stripes, Tickings. Ker?
seys and Blankets, tho stock is large and com?
plete.
Wo soil at POP Cf LAB PRICES, as low as
they can bo bought any whoro, and respectfully
ask an examination of our stock from all in
want of DRY GOODS.
W. D. LOVE fe CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE. Oct 19_B. P. McOREERY.
THE F ALL AND WINTER TRAPE.
8R?CERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIK,
Wholesale and Retail, at
Tjowest Prioes?
OERIES, I4QUORS, WINKS^and^
SUPPLIES, which .they will disposa of, at
wholesale or retail, at eueh figures as will be
impossible for dealers elsewhere to go below.
They respectfully invite a call and comaari- |
son of prices of articles. Their stock consista I
of in part:
COFFEE, SUGAR and TEA, of various
grades.
MOLASSES, including the genuine New Or?
leans. I
Washing and Fancy SOAPS.
AM grades of FLOUR-some at exceedingly j
low figures.
Baskets and Brooms of various kinds.
Mackerel, of all numbers and sized packages. I
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Fish.
Candies, Almonds, Raisins and Figs.
Bacon, smoked and dry salted.
Genuine Sugar-cured Hams, of best brands.
Adamantine, Sperm and Tallow Candles.
Cheeto, Crackers of every variag.
Axes, with or without handlea.r-*^
Hancs, Trace Chains, Nails, etc.
Bagging, Ropo and "Arrow Ties."
Wino, Champagne and all grades of Liquors, j
"If you don't soo what you want, ask tor it," I
as wo koo)) many articles not specified abovo. J
Wo have in connection with our business, a I
commodious Wagon Yard and Store-house. I
Highest prices paid for cotton and country 1
produco. CAMPBELL Si JONES,
Main street, a fow doors abovo PIIONIX I
Office. _ _Oct 23 j
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned moat respectfully I
y/yx informs hia patrons, and the public in
jk. Am?nerai, that he has received a well se?
lected assortment of fino Watches, Jewelry I
and Clocks-amongst them tho celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut I
and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eyo-glaoses of
every focus, to suit all eyes. Above-mentioned I
articles will bo sold ai reasonable prices. All
work connected with this lino will be executed I
in tho best workmanlike manner, and propertv
warranted. A. W. WEHR HAIL
Plain street, opposito Mr. Borry'a Furniture I
Rooms. _<)??27_ j
Removed to New Store
/?i Columbia ITolel Block, One Door North
oj Main Entrance.
THE MAMMOTH
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
^18 now receiving a very . j
large Fall Stock, and is now^W^ I
open for inspection. The-STS?. I
'stock will compriso overy^l!^|
article usually kept in a first class house, such j
as Hats, from tho lowest grado to tho finest I
silk beaver, Boots and Shoes in every style, I
aud at prices to suit all, Trunks, Valises, La- I
dies' and Gouts' Leather, Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, School Satchels. Umbrellas, Ac. I
Thankful for past favors, I will be 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.
Oct3 _A. SMYTHE.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.]
COLUMBIA DRfJjj HOUSE.
Fisher & Heinitsh, Druggists,
, t> OFFER for sale a large stock of
^^BfeORb'GS, CHEMICALS, S UNDHI KS, I
\jpy FANCY ARTICLES, Patent Modi
?? cines, Perfumery, and other articles
JTm -all of tho best quality and at thc
saT?~* lowest prices.
Merohanta iu too interior will dowell to stop
and examino before buving elsewhere.
1,000 lbs. Sup. Garb. Soda,
l.flOO lbs. Bluo Stone,
5,000 lbs. Epsom Salts,
5 gross Opodoldoc, CO lbs. Bluo Mass,
100 gallons Castor Oil, 100 lbs. Calomel,
10 gross Worm Sugar Plums,
GrosH of Essences, Castor Oil in Bottles,
5 gross Qnakor Liniment,
Pain Killer, Mustang Liniment,
All kinda of Patent Medicines,
Turpentine, Alcohol, Kerosene Oil.
For solo by FISHER Si HEINITSH,
Oct 27 t__DnigcistB.
Smoked and Pickled Meats.
FERRIS' best PIG HAMS-smoked.
Ferris' best Bacon Strips **
" *? Jloef Tongues 41
" " " " picklod.
?? Pig Pork "
Extra No. 1 Salmon "
Frosh to hand, together with the finest as?
sortment or Choico FAMILY GROCERIES ever
offered in this market.
Oct jg GEORGE 8YMMERS._
Plows.
BRINLY'S universal PLOWS.
Reynolds' universal Flows.
Murfee's Hnh-Roil
Ames' Turning, Hub-soil and Side-hill Eagle
Plows.
For aalo low. for cash, by
Oct 33 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
, Desirable and Well Kept Furniture.
_ " jfy JACOB' tEvnr. ?***'.
ON TUESDAY MOANING next/9th inataOfc; I
will eel), at the roaidenooof ProfaaBor Sacht
loben, tollys'CampiV,-?_
A Conor al Variety of v. oil kopt FUBNITUBE,
among wbioh are:
Completo Seta of PABLOB FUENITUBE,
of Black Walnut, Mahogany ?ad Hair Boat,
Dining Koo m Furniture, of various articlee.
Bed Boom Fornitura, Cottage Seta, com?
plot*), Beda, Bedding, Ac.
Particulars given in a futura advertisement.
No artiole of thia Furniture will be ?old pri?
vately. Salo positivo and without roaerve.
Nova
160 Barrels nour?
Family, Extra'and Super,at unusual lowr?tea.
Bacon of All Styles.
Sugar-cured,.Smoked and Dr j Salted.
Coffees of Ail Grades.
CHOICE
Mackerel, Molasses,
AND LARD..
WI ii 0)1, coming from Packers and Importers,
wo aro propared to offer at low prioes.
D. G. I'EIXOTTO & SOM,
AUCTION & COMMISSION ?KOilCIlAr?TS.
-. ASSEMBLY ST&EE?,
Q29t Betwoon Washington and Lady ste.
. ' AND .'. 3 ff h 1
?HA1B WAREHOUSE,
Next ?o ?WAf?p on Pi?in Street, efl :
^J"OW om handj^^ecotviyr j^'^*^8*
Win b ught fd this tnarkot, eon-fl
aisling in pnrt of W Bed-rDom suits in Maho?
gany, Walnut, Ohesnut and Painted-some ol
them-at vory low prices. .,,.,{-, ' vi . ..
ALSO. ' .' , ' , ;
DINING BOOM and PABLOS 8UITS. ?
BEDSTEADS of aU klnd*?-MaphV Walnut
"siDEBO^RD? a?d BUREAUS at all pxicoa.
OHAIBS of every description, direct fron
the manufacturers, and ab: pfieos- that'cannot
fail to please tho closeatlmytnfau J '
?7- All kinda of FUBN1TUUE MADE TC
OBDEB. RE PAIEIN G at, shortest, notice anc
in tho boat manner.
FUNERALS uer ved with ?lt kiuds of Metali?
or Wood Coffins. M. H. BERRY.
Oct 24_? ? , :
Administrator's Notice.
ALL persons having claims against tb
ustato o? ASA HAMMOND, deceased, an
reqnestod to present the same, duly attested
to Albert M. Boozor, Attorney at Law, at Oo
Wimbia, for payment, on or before January 1
187U; and all persons Indebted to said ?stat
will plcaao make payment either to said At
torney. or to lnvoolf. at Kingsville, before sal
dato. FRANCES HAMMOND, Adm'r.
K i NOSY nag, October. 23,1869. Oct 23 all
Family Supplies.
_ .^/ev WE take pleasur
<<*v\Sv^^MrV^ in notifying o u
tVy^xVtsTi? . friondB and tb
XiZ -Skk^KrO public that wo h av
Kr 'p^J^RiroPpO^i' removed our Stool
'^^B^W??W^t?^^ GBOOEBIES, ?te
^SSst?lKS^ to Old EXOHANG
'^^^?l^^^^^i BANK COBNEI
pleasod to Bec anfl
offer Lhoia extra iuducoments in all artioleH
usually kept in tho GROCEBY. HARDWABM
and LIQUOR line. T. J. A H. M. GIBSON, ?
_ Oct 15 _ _ Old Exchange Bank Porn ?tel
FALL OPENING!
J.H.&M.L.KIflARD'sl
? ?.-1
WE HAVE BECEIVED, AND HAVE RE AEfflj
for examination, the largest and most attraH
tive STOCK that it has over boon our pleH
sure to exhibit. It is so extensive and variefl
that it ia impossible to enumerate We, thoiW
fore, invite our friands, and all hi want of gofl
and cheap Dry'Goods, to call and seo for theiH
aolTes. We pledge ourselves to giro satisfaH
lion in regard to tho atyk-, quality and priflj
of our Goods. J. H. A M. L, KIMARDJW
Fresh Crackers.
JUST received, a full assortment of freH
SODA BISCUIT, Sugar Crackers, GincH
Snaps, Eattor Crackers, <fcc., AG. For salo lQ|
by_ J. AT. B^AGNEWj
The Columbia Tannery, .' TB
J. p. THOMAS & CO., Proprietors;!
HIDES and SKINS bought or taken in <U
chango tor Finished Loathor. Ordo?
for Leather promptly Ulled. Apply at footM
Lumber streut, on tho Greenville and ColuH
bia Railroad. '.
ttr For the purpose of 'engaging in (H
above business, tho uudoreigned. havo, taS
dav, August 28, 1869, asaoaiatod thomsolveaM
copartners. 3. IV T FIO M AS?
J. O. MOORE,?
Oct 20 J. W. PARKE?
CLOTH! N GM
J HAVE JUST BECEIVED ANO' OPENj
a very large and desirablo Stock of Fall
Winter CLOTHING. FUBNISHING OOOl
IlATo, Ac, which I am determined to oj
purchasers on tho moat reasonable terms.
Oct 13 WM. J. HOK1
Executor's Notice.
ALL porsr na having demand? against
estate of ROBERT N. LEWIS, dec oar
will prosent them properly attested, and
poraons indobtod will malee payment, wit
throo months from dato of thia publicatior
DANIEL B. LEWIS,
Oct 10 ml8_Qualifled Exeonto
Sportsmen's Equipments,
_^-?* I respectfully inform
5><Z friends and public in gen
^?><3Wthat I havo Just received a
r*""?WAH?Qrtmont .of-DOUBLE i
HlKrtTj? o * EliSIijy^j GTJL?3 "RIFLES ]
XOL8 and SPORT8MEN^^QUlPMENT8.
Repairing don? at short notice' by SUM
workmen. P. W. KRAFT,
Bopt 17 Main stree

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