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Despatches from Florence announce
"Victor Emanuel dying. The Prince and
Princess Napoleon have been summoned
ta his bedside.
PABIS, November 8.-Au unknown
man has been arrested, who con teased
his intention to assassinate the Emperor.
Nothing late regarding tho King of Italy's
health,
?. MADRID, November 8.-Tho unionists
and progressionists disagree on other
points than electing a King.
Oom estie .Nuwu.
CHICAGO, November 8.-The schooner
Titan baa hpen wrecked on Lako Michi?
gan-eight lives lost.
BOSTON, November 8.- Tho British
schooner Frank, from San Domingo, for
Boston, arrived at Pro vi ncc to wu with all
bauds siok. The mate and ono seaman
died of. fever.
. HUDSON, OHIO, November 8.-Eighteen
indies of snow fell hore this morning.
NEW OBIJKANS, November 8.-Tho new
(steamship Hanover, from Bremen,
brought 200 emigrants; fifty for Texas,
and most of the others for Louisiana.
JACKSON, Misa., November 8.-The
State Fair, which takes place next week,
promises to be a great SUCCOR?. Mnny
articles for exhibition have already ar?
rived.
Mo m M?, November 8.-Tho track-lay?
ing On tho Mobile and New Orleans Bail
road was commenced hore, to-day. The
first spike was driven by Col. Mann, the
proprietor of the Register, who made a
speech. '
RICHMOND, November 8.-A telegram
to tho Dispatch announces tho arrest, at
Charlottesville, to-day, of John H. Sal?
mon, charged with tho murder of his
aged -mother and young brother, Thurs?
day morning last. They were found
brained with a hatchet, and Salmon, who
went home that morning drunk, from a
neighboring farm, asserts that he found
them in that condition. Tho prisoucr
was cool and denied the murder, but
made many contradictory statements.
General Danby issued au order to-day
postponing all railroad stockholders
meetings until after the admission of the
State.
CHAKLYESTON, November 8.-Sailed
steamer Gulf Stream, New York.
aching ton New*.
WASHINGTON, Novombcr?.- The Navy
Department publishes an eloquent order
in memoriam of Admiral Stewart, who
died on Saturday. He had been seventy
one years in service.
Internal revenue receipts to-day over
$500,000.
Brogden bas been appoiutcd Collector
for the Second North Carolina District.
Paraguayan advices indicate that Lo?
pez is still strongly posted, aufi is capa?
ble of prolonging the struggle indefi?
nitely.
The sharp North-east wind, for a day
or two past, renders furs very comforta?
ble^-if you want a handsome set of fors,
cheap, go to Shiver's. N9
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 streng th to the system."
A wonderful enre reported from Penn?
sylvania with HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT. A girl fifteen years of age, pale
and' siokly, emaciated, no appetite, losing
flesh, with sore eyes, sore mouth, and u
geneial wasting away-all owing to po?
verty of blood. After using four bottles
Of the Queen's Delight, her appetito re
ttirried, digesti?n improved, increase in
growth and flesh, sores removed, skin
bright and clear, and every indication of
an improved condition of her whole sys?
tem. This is one' of tho mnny cases we
hear of tho wonderful results of Hein?
itsh's Queen's Delight. Everywhere,
North'?id South, wherever introduced,
it is spoken of in the highest terms. 019.
THE SECHKT OF BEAUTY lies in thc use
of Hagan's MAGNOLIA BALM for the com?
plexion.
Roughness, Redness, Blotches, Sun?
burn, Freckles and Tau disappear where
it is applied, and a beautiful complexion
of pure, satin-like tex turo is obtained.
The plainest features aro made, to glow
with healthful bloom and youth ful beauty.
Remember Hagau's MAC.XOL.IA BALM is
tho thing that produces these effects, and
any lady oan secure it for 75 cents at any
of our stores.
To preserve and dress tho hair use
Lyon's Kath airen. 017J13
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Pure Glycerine.
BROMIDE POTASS.,
Iodide .?
Bromide Amnion.,
Oxalate Cerium,
Mostard Loaves, (English,)
Cblorodyno,
Tannin,
Fer salo by E. E. JAC KSON,
Nov 4 Druggist.
Flour for Sale.
*CT7IAMILY FLOUR," of various brands,
Jj from $8.50 per barrol, upwards.
LEAFHART St SLOAN.
7*Nov 2_ Dealers in Flour and Grain.
Oats.
WESTERN and North Carolina Seed O ATP,
for sale low, by
_NoT-L gMHBB* LOWRANCE & PI8HER.
Axes! Axes P.
-t f\f\ DOZ. Beat Cast Steel, Warranted
1UU AXES, on hand and for sale low, at
wbolosale and retail, by J. St T. R. AGNEW.
Buckwheat and Syrup,
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUK.
Golden ?Drip SY RUP. For sale by
Oct 28 E. AG. D.HOPE.
Vnr?HOlAIj ARD CUMBtEBCUL.
COLUMBIA, P. C.,. November 8-There WM
very little doing in cotton to-day. ?nd the nales
only amounted to 15 balee-middliog* "
~Wstr.' B?snv November
Stertt^Jb^?lVl,
MU
-w-^? S'efi?: Alabama 8H, r^
83; Tte 02} North Carolina's, old,
South Carolina's, new, CG. Flour
Who at i<&2c. lower. Pork dull
29.30. Cotton eeeier, at 25*. Fr
HAVANA. November 8.-The stock of sogar at
Havana and Matanzas io 12*.OOO boxes and
2,400 hogsheads; contracts foi: tho corniDg
crop has been mado at J?4 reals Tees than
current prices.
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy and io. lower, with
sales of 2<900 hales, at 25}. Flour heavy-su?
perfine State 5.1 005.30: common to fair extra
Southern 5.85<<?6 40. Wheat declining. Pork
29.50. Lard heavy, at 174018}. Whiskey
lower, at 1.07}. Itico weak, at 7. Sugar moro
active-Muscovado 10$01 14. Coffeo quiet and
firm. Molasses quiet. Freights steady. Gold
2G403G?.
BALT?MOBK. November 8.-Cotton heavy.
Flour dull-Howard streot superfine 5.2505.50.
Wheat firmer-rfd 1 3501.40. White corn
1.00. Pork32.50. Racou quiet. Whiskey un?
settled, at 1.07.
CINCINNATI, November 8.-Corn in Rood de?
mand, at 84083. Whiskey dull, at 1.00. Pro?
visions unchanged.
NEW OIII.F.VNS, November 8.-Cotton active
but lower, at 24, with ?mica of 5,300 bales; re?
ceipts 9,935. Flour fain, at 5.25. Corn easier
-now mixed and yellow"1.07J; whito 1.10. Fork
hold, at 31.50. Bacon 171: clear rib 20; clear
20}; sugar-cured hams seurco, at 30. Lard
tierce 180181; keg 19020. ?ugar in demand
good fair 114011}; primo 13013}. Molasses
firm-prime 82. Whiskey drooping-Western
rectified 1.17?@1.18}. CofTeo firm-fair 150
154; primo 1G4017. Gold28|.
MOBILE, Novomber 8.-Sales of cotton to?
day, 700 bales-middlings 234; receipts 8,859.
SAVANNAH, November 8.-Cotton receipts
3,160 bales; sales 500-middlings 244.
AOOUSTA, November S.-Cotton market dull
aud lower, with sales of 347 bales-middlings
oponed at 234 and closed at 234; recoipts G07.
CHARLESTON, November 8.-Sales of cotton
to-day, 400 bales--middlings 244; receipts
1.791. ' .
HAVRE, November 8.- Cotton opona flat,
both on spot and ailoat--spot 116}; afloat 135.
PAUIS, november 8.-The bourse opens
quiet-rentes 71 and 10.
FRANKFORT, Noveiubor 8.-Bonds open
heavy, at H'Ji
LONUON, November 8-3 P. M.-Consols 03L
Bonds 83 {.
LIVERPOOL, November 8-3 P. M.-Cotton
quiet-uplands 12; Orleans 12}.
LiVEiivooL. November 8-Evonii?g.-l*Cotton
quiet-uplands ll/.; Orleans 12; sales 10,001)!
bales.
McKenzie's Saloon.
McKF.NZlE.will opon his SALOON, in rear
of the Confectionery, Main street, for thc
season, on TUKSDAY7tiie 9th instant, as a
Ladies* and Gentlemen's BESTAURANT.
OYSTERS served in every stvlo.
PATTIES, Tarts, Jellies, leo Creams, Cof?
fee. Tea and Chocolate. _ m>v y G
THE POST BAND
Will give a
GRAND CONCERT
ix
JANNEYS HALL,
ox
TL'ES DA V KYENING, NOVEMBER O.
Particulars in programmes. Nov 7 2
.TANNEY'S HAU.!
TUB STAR COMEDY C?MBIM10.\
Will appear in Columbia
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday E'gs.
Mr. Mark Read,
The Celebrated Comedian,
MISS FLOR, LAF0WD,
The beaut??iil and fascinating Comedienne.
SUPP OlH T DES SID
By an efficient
DRAMATIC CORPS.
Ot." Tho Manager takes pleasure in an?
nouncing that this will be a FIRST CLAi-S
ENTERTAINMENT.
Tickets can bo obtained at the Hotels in this
city. Nov 7 2
FOR BARGAINS
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
HA TS, CA PS, UM li HELL. t S,
Ladies and Oent's Furnishing Goods,
Call at JACOB SULZBACHER'S.
Nor 7
Notice.
AS we have lost so much MONEY, latoly,
sent us through tho mail, by persons or?
dering Duplicate Photographs from Negatives
in our hands, wo hereby notify all parties
sending us money, that wc will not bo respon?
sible for money sent us, unless it comeB by
Post Office Order, Registered Letter, or by
Ex or es H. WE ARN &. HIX, Photographers,'
Nov G Imo Colombia, 8. C.
OUR HOUSE RESTAURANT,
SITUATED on Assombly stroot, near thc
North-east corner of the Market, is now
prepared to servo up OYSTERS in every style,
to pleaao tho patrons of tho House.
Families con bo supplied with Oysters cither
on tho sholl or opened.
The BAU it furnished with tho best of
WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.
A fine BOWLING ALLEY is attached to tho
House. D. McGUINNIS,
i Nov 4 5* Proprietor.
For Sale.
DiCKSOIPS IMPROVED COTTON SEED,
fl BOWN from Seed purchased directly of
VX Mr. David Dickson, in 1867. and carofully
preserved from mixing or adulteration willi
other seed.
I will deliver tho Seed, sacked in good order,
at tho Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 per bushol, for all
amounts in excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. ?MAKER,
St. Matthew's, 8. C.
I respectfully refer lo tho below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of me last spring,
for information touching the purity and supe?
riority of tho Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. B. Taber, Fort Motte ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Faulting, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's ; L. B. Beckwith, Knq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H.W. Rrigginaun and W. B. Muller,
Esq., Orangeburg Court House { aUcf Orajpgc
burg Oonnty, 8. 0. A. P. A.
Noy 3
J3L ?ARaEI
_MSES ;., ^.^^ r i^ghf^d
.-.TA - .v.-^v iii Y v.r.- '
. OF . . ., -
THE FINEST AM) CHEAPEST
STOCK
IN THE! STATE!!!
COMPRISING CHOICE
Drugs and Medicines.
English, French and American CHEMICALS,
Elegant Perfuui?? and Extracts,
Russian Toilet and Skin.Soap,
Kesau and Sarg'a Glycerine Shaving Soap,
Yardlcj "s Famous Skiu Soap,
Fine Hair Oils and richly perfumed Pomades,
Toilet Waters every order,
German and French Cologne Water.
Hair Brushes in great variety,
Luhius1 Boso Powder and Soaps,
beautiful Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
New Powder Boxes and Paffs,
Splendid English Hairbrushes,
Toilet Hand Mirrors, t
Fine Ivory Combs,
R??alo Dressing Combs.
Turkish Towels and Gloves,
Bath Brushes and Rubbers,
French and IUlimi Cosmetics,
Fumigateur Pectoral, for Asthma,
Liebig's Extraot of Beef,
Cilia's Extract of Beef,
Coxes' Gelatine,
Broma, Cocoa, Arrowroot,
Flavoring Extracts in variety,
Preparad Wheat for Infants,
Hard's Farinaceous Food for Infants,
Pectoral Gum Drop*] for Coughs,
Chi ?rale of Potash Lozenges for Soie Throat,
Wirtass' Cough Lozenges,
Spitta Lozenges for Cold in the Head,
Jujube Paste.
ALSO,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
COLUMBIA DRUG DOUSE,
Fisher & Heinitsh, Druggists,
OFFEB for salo a largo stock of
kDBUGB. CHEMICALS, SUNDRIES,
FANCY ARTICLES, Patent Medi?
cines, Perfumery, and other articles
-all of the best quality and at tho
lowest prices.
Merchants in tho interior will dowell to stop
and examine before buving elsewhere.
1,000 lbs. Sup. Carb. Soda,
1,000 lbs. Blue Stone,
5,000 lbs. Epsom Salts,
5 grosB Opodeldoc, 50 lbs. Blue Mass,
100 gallons Castor Oil, 100 lbs. Calomel,
10 gross Worm Sugar Plums,
Gross of Essences, Castor Oil in Bottles,
5 gross Qnaker Liniment,
Pain Killer, Mustang Liniment,
All kinds of Patent Medicines,
Turpentine, Alcohol, Kerosene Oil.
New and Beautiful Goods,
AND USEFUL too. A largo stock now on
hand of beautiful Toilet articles, of newest
stvlo and quality, and at low prices. PER?
FUMERY, HAIR BRUSHES. English and
French, hard and soft; elegant English Hard
Tooth Brushes, Infants' Tooth and Hair
Brushes, Turkish Bathing Towels and Gloves,
Toilet So*ps in great variety and of the finest
quality, and very cheap.
Rubin's newest EXTBACT8 for tho handker?
chief.
Roso and Violet Toilet Powder.
Fine Pomado for the Hair. Hair Restorers
of every kind.
Dressing Combs, of French Buffalo Horn.
Fino Ivory Combs, Metallic Back Combs.
Cosmetics for tho Complexion.
German Cologne, Sachets in variety.
Puffs and Powder Boxes.
Glovo and Handkerchief Boxes. For salo at
FISHER ? HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
Oct lil_ ?
Barks, Pepsin. Cod Liver Oil.
FERRO Phosphorated ELIXIR OF BARK.
Ferro Phosphorated Elixir o? Bark with
Bismuth.
Ferro Phosphorated Elixir of Bark with
Strychnia.
Wine of Pepsin for Indigestion, Dyspepsia.
Powder of Pepsin for Weak Stomach.
Puro Cod Liver Oil for Consumption.
Chlorato * Potash Logen/.es.
Postoral Fumigators for Asthma.
Farinaceous Food for Infants.
Holublo Pyrophosphate of Iron and Soda.
Iodized Srrup of Horse Radish.
Pastilles Digestive. Liebig's Extract of Beef
Vichy Salts. Cairs Feet Jolly.
Kissingen Water. Congress Water.
For salo bv FISHER A HEINITSH,
Oct 30 t Chomiat8_aud Druggists. _
Dried Fruit.
?M?~\ BUSHELS DBIED TEACHES.
JA '?O bushels Dried APPLES. Foreali
lowjiy "E. ?O. P. HOP??
Whit?. Corn.
BUSHELS primo old White CORN,
for sale 0/ E. k G. D. nOPE.
500
HEME'S DINING- SALOON
% i all? wu B3 oponed for thoV^^
**^WWflC^ season, with choice MH?k
OYSTERS, GAME, dbe., together with Z3CS
ENGLISH ?nd American TOOTH BBU8H
E8, Englieh Hair Brushes,
American Hair Brushes.
COM138. o? all kinds ?na pri?es,
Chuleo Extracts and other Perfamo?, at low
prices, r; JACKSON'S Drug Store.
C. E. J?CKSON,
Agent for K. Sutteriok &, Co.'s celebrated
PATTERNS OF GARMENTS
For Ladies, Misses, Boys and
Little Children.
Great Attractions
AT TUE
COLUMBIA FAIR,
WE notify the pnbtic that the
Greatest Fair
will be held at tho store of
ISAAC SULZBACIIER,
UNDER
THE COLUMBIA HOTEL.
Ho invites the company of tho entire popu?
lation of the States of North and South Caroli?
na, and Georgia, in particular, and othor sec?
tions in general. EUEE OP CHARGE, to call
aud inspect his largo and beautiful stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WAKE, ?
CUTLERY, MUSICAL !
INSTRUMENTS, j
And other articles usually kept in a first
clan? Jewelry Store. Nov 7 j
The Attention of Purchasers
Id respectfullv called to tho
FOLLOWING LIST OF ?HEAP GOODS ?
To bo found at
C. F. JACKSON'S.
ICAhE Beautiful POPLINS, at 37c.
1 do do DeLaincs, at 25c.
Large lot Worsted Shawls, $1.00 to $10.00.
Dross Silks, at very low prices,
Ladies' Cotton Hose, good quality, at 12Ac. j
Red and Whito Flannels, 25c. and upwards,
Ladies' Trinen Collars, at 10c. and upwards,
Linen Diapor, at $2.50 per piece;
Linen Damask, at 50, 75 and $1.00 per yard,
Extra Quality Lad i os' English Hoeo, at 50o. i
Ladies' Li. Handkerchiefs, 10, 121, 103,
20, 25c. to $5.00,
Men's Half Hose, 12, 20, 23, 35, 50c.
Ladies' Hats, 20, 25, 50c.
Good article Jeans, at 33j. 50c.
Extensive stock of Cassimcrcs, for Men's !
and Boys' wear, at reduced prices,
Another .Invoice ot those beautiful drab Co- \
vorings, at low rates.
Tho attention of thc ladioa is specially called
to our unusually largo assortment of Dress ?
Trimmings, of thc latest styles, and superb
Bash Ribbons aud Sashes.
Nov 2 I CF, JACKSON.
Confectionery.
RETAIL DEPARTMENT.-Manufacturing
daily, a select assortment of STICK CAN?
DIES, Drops, Ron Rons, Taflfey Kisses, Cocoa?
nut Cakes, Burnt Almonds, Pindar and Almond
Candy, Chocolate Caramels, Ac. ?re.
A fresh lot of FRENCH CONFECTIONERY,
just received.
CA EES A NI) TA R TS, OF ALL AVA"DS,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^
Tho largest as
sortment of TOYS ever brought to this mar-I
ket. JOHN MCKENZIE,
Nov 4 10 Main street.
THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE.
GROCERIES ANO FAMILY SUPPLIES, :
Wholesale and Retail, at
XJ'O xxr os* HEP r loe? !
? jli' >-'?: > ^jr&^MjS^1^4ij^J lumbia market is
-?Hn?^-? UmC]?n?ef8of0GRo" !
OERIES, LIQUORS, WINES and FAMILY
SUPPLIES, which they will disposo of. at
wholesale or retail, ut such ligures as will be
impossible for dealers elsewhere to go below.
Thoy respectfully invito a call aud compari- j
son of prices of articles. Their stock consists j
of in part:
COFFEE, SUGAR and TEA, of various I
grades.
MOLASSES, including the genuine New Or?
leans^
Washing and Fancy SOAPS.
All grades of FLOUR-some at exceedingly
low figures.
Baskets aud Brooms of various kinds.
Mackerel, of all numbers and sized packages.
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Fish.
Candies, Almonds, Raisins and Figs.
Bacon, smoked and dry salted.
Genuino Sugar-cured Hams, of best brands, j
Adamantine, Sperm and Tallow Candles.
Cheese, Crackers of every variety.
Axes, with or without handles,
lianes, Trace Chains, Nails, Otc.
Bagging, Rope and "Arrow Ties."
Wino, Champagne and all grades of Liquors.
"If you don't soo what you want, ask tor it," i
as wo keep many articles not specified above.
We have in connection with our business, A ]
commodious Wagon Yard and Store-house, j
Highest prices paid for cotton and count re?
produce. . CA M PRELL ft JONES,
Main stroet, a few doors above PHOENIX
Office. Oct 23
Eureka.
DR. LEAK'S PREMIUM TORACCO-in
> different stvles, including the EXTRA
TWIST, so well known.
ALSO,
Morris .V Sons' DURHAM SMOKING TO?
BACCO-considered the best. For sale in any
quantity, by E. STENHOU8K.
Oct 13 _1 mo
Creara Cheese.
RA BOX KS Primo Cutting CHEESE,
OVJ 10 Boxes Young America Cheese, for
?alu by TJ. it G. D. HOPE.
fiait! Salt I! Sa?t?!
K/\f\ EXTRA Largo Backs Liverpool
Ov/vl SALT, on hxnd and for sale at re?
duced prices, by J. ? T. B. AGNEW.
AGARS.
Wo beg to inform oar friends, visiting Co?
lumbia., that we are with the IMMENSE DEY
GOODS HOUSE of B. O. SHIVER, and wiU
UrgiallHail to nwim a tall-ls- thew. w?
never have been in so go?d a conditio n bo for o
to serve the intereita .of buyers-tho stock
exceeding In amount* 1* beauty, in freabneas
and in variety, anything of tb? kjod wo have
ever handled. As to prue, wo go beyond thin
market to compote, and will fill bills in any
market, freight added.
David Jones, I J L Banka,
Winthrop Williams, | Henry Beard,
Wm Bollinger, I F H Percival,
Henry Davis, | D E Stalnaker,
F T Miller, Wm Shielle,
W E Orchard, T A Bell,
C A Bodell, R P Mayrant, Jr,
F B Orchard, T P Purse,
T Williams, W C Moore,
R E Cameron, TM Graham,
J A Shiells, L C Sylvester,
W J Ramsay, Wm Parker,
J Wilho Folk. D A Tressley.
Nov 9
NOW OPENING:.
OUR MR. JONES has just returned from the
North, with a second and larger Stock of
GOODS than uauul, to supply our trade willi.
The most carolers observer cannot but have
noticed thc decided dochn'o in both American
Dry Goods in sympathy with thc raw Staple,
and Foreign Goods in sympathy willi Gold,
that has taken placo withiu the last ton days.
Our previous purchases aro so lar cleared ont
that wc can offer ''our eutirc Stock at thc De?
vised Trices," including one of tho most com?
plete assortments wo have ever haudlcd.
Our Retail Slock is full as usual.
Our Specialities.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Shades, Tings,
Ac, Ac, at prices within thc reach of all -Call
and eec them-"Boto your advuutagc."
Our Wholesale Department,
IS full, woll ordered; GOODS selected with
care; bought right, and will be 90ld Cheap
enough to bo rehandled in this market.
R. C. SHIVER.
P. H.-OUR HOUSE is young and striving
hard to make a living, and ambitious to build
np a still larger cash' trade. Every customer
that gives us a fair chance to sell them their
Goods, no matter how trilling in amount, glad?
dens our hearts; lightens our cares, and has a
bona fide guaranty that Goods bought of us
ure us cheap and good as can bc had in tho
State. Nov ft
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
-* BAGGING. ROPE, IRON
?LAITIES, BACON, Clear RibbedgaBH
,????SECsideB ?nd Shoulders. A choiccKHH
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,**T* I
in barrels, kogs. S lbs., 5 and 10 lb. packages.
Choice Family Flour, in bbla. and bags, with
a full assortment nf other grades. Liverpool
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in
bbls., halves, quarters and kits. SUOAR and
COFFEE, of all grades. TEAS, of all grades.
Molasses-Muecovado, New Orleans and Bugar
House Sj-rup. Tobacco and Segara. Soap; Can- ?
dies, in boxes and half boxes;. Cheese, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans aud glass. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet. Monongahela, Rye and Com Whis?
ker, and a varietv of other tine brandea^ y
WOODEN WAltE, Nests Iron anjM-asa
Bound Tuba, Palls, Churns, Buckets^^fcans,
Nada, of all sizes, Shot of all .ninilAHBust
ing, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Skillets 'jHjL111^
Pans, all sizes. ^B^R
All the above named with many onHVurli
clos ha.-; been recently purchased and Erected
with caro and will be sold low for cash. Give
us a call. WELLS St, CALDWELL,
Near tho S. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
nest door to National Hotel. Oct 10
Smoked and Pickled Meats.
ITEREIS' best PIG HAMS-smoked.
. Ferris* best Bacon Strips "
" " Beef Tongues "
" " " " pickled.
H <. pig pork .?
Extra No. 1 Salmon li
Fresh to hand, together willi tho finest as?
sortment of Choico FAMILY GROCERIES ever
ottered in this market.
Oct 2!? GEORGE SYMMERS.
Plows.
BRINEY'S universal PLOWS.
Reynolds' universal Plows.
Murfeo's Sub-soil.
Anica' Turning, Snb-soil and Side-hill Eagle
Plows.
For Hale low, for crab, by
Oct 2:1 FISHEU, LOWRANCE ic FISHER.
Family Supplies.
t%"?&ft^ *Rk? pleasure
"v^rJr?1A. 1,1 n?tifying our
(\x ^\ V \JUf^?& friends and the
v^ . 'imSSKmT^/: i public that wc hrvo
V . r^-'dSBBMB^ removed our Stock,
C^^id^i^^^^gg^^onocKnu-.s, Ac,
^m^T >mma^A'?rr^^- toOld EXCHANGE
Ll^^BS/^Iri BAN K CORNER,
yy-'y - -^fWPlL, * N nearly opposite Co
''\a?A'-i^Bv lumbla Hot J 1 ,
^^r^'^f^W whoro we will he
pleased to seo and
offer thom extra inducements in all articles
uauallvkoptin the GROCERY, HARDWARE
and LIQUOR lino. T. J. * H. M. GIBSON,
Oct 15 Old Exchange Bar k Corner.
Notice.
PROPOSALS wUl be received for 30 days,
by tho undersigned, for the building nf a
Methodist Church, in the town of Union, h. C.
Tho foundation waUs will be 62 by 39 feet; the
side walla w ll be raised about 25 feet above
tho ground; tho tower projects 0 feet, beyond
tho end wall of tho Church; tho roof will bo
gothic
Plans and specifications may bc seen at tho
0 nice of tho undersigned.
Proposals for ita erection in w*>od, brick or
stone will bo considered.
If stone is adopted, a good quarry, a mile
from town, will be furnished to tho contractor,
without charge. The quarry is a soft granite,
in mass, (Ino grained, and easily worked, and
is accesBiblo by a good road, with tho grad ia
in favor of the haul.
1 Cash advances will bo made on tho work as
it progrcssoa.
B. D. CU LP, 1
w. T. THOMSON. S- Committee.
Oot28 _JOHN L. YOUNG,} timo
\ Breakfast Bacon and Smoked Beef.
e*f\f\ LRR. Choice Breakfast BACON,
>L/'Lf 200 Lbs. Prime Smoked BEBF, for
sale bv E. & G. D. HOPE.
Auction ?alee
Desirable and Well Kept Fum?ure.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TU BSD AY MOBNINQ next, 9 th instant,]
will Wlfj- ^^fbfe i esldsuii orPitiftaaDTdc"
A^oneralYartery^i^?l kept FURNlTUi
among which are:
Complete Bot? of PARLOR FURNITUR!
of Black Walnut Mahogany and Bair Beat.
Dining Boom Furniture, of varions article
Bed Boom Fnrnitnre, Cottago Beta, cor
nU'to. Beda, Bedding, Ac.
Particulars given in a futnre advertisement
No article of this Furniture will be sold prij
vatel v. Bale positive and without reserve.
Nov 2_
Sale of Valuable
REAL ESTATE
WILL bo sold at poblio auction, on th
FIRST MONDAY in December next, ii
the town of Manning,Clarendon County, S.C
thc following Lots of Land, all situated in th
said County, hoing tho property of an assigne
estate:
"TOWN PLACE."
This is the late residence of Dr. Ingram!
and is located in the most desirable portiof
of tho town of Manning. The Lot contains 1
acres; the appurtenances aro, a well-finished
dwelling, containing G rooms; oot-buildint
complete, consisting of storo-room. servant
houses, kitchen, atablo, Ac. Tho place is or
?lamented with beautiful live oaks, ect ot
about tea years ago. Altogether, it ia a haut
sumo place, costing, Un yearn ago, abov
$8,000.
"HOME TRACT."
This is an excellent and well settled tract
KOO acres of land, sitnato about two mile]
norn Manning. Tho land produce? well-cot
ton, corn and peas. Tho appurtenances cot
sist of dwelling-house, with all necessary out]
buildings, laborers' houses, gin-hduaa, grane
ry, stables, Ac.
"OONYKRS' TRACT."
This is a tractof G20 acres of land; it is awelj
settled ard highly productive plantation, sitt
ato in "fork of Black River," B?X'rolles fror
Manning.
"BOSE BAY PLACE."
This is a tract of CIO acres of fina cottoj
and corn land, situate within a mile of th]
Conycrs' and adjoining the "Conycts* Tract."
lt is without settlement.
"MCLEOD TRACT."
This is a traci of 30(1 acres. An improve
and vain aide treat of land, situate in tb J
"fork of Black Bivor," produce3 corn, cottol
and rico well, and is convenient to Manninf
and Sumter, tho latter place affording one
tho beBt markets in tho State..
"MCKNIGHT PROPERTY."
This consists of a storo-hohae, dwelling an]
out-buildings, and 5 acres of land-, in the vii
Iago ot Summerton, near Wright's .'Bluff, oj
Sautte River.
LOTS IN MANNINO.
House and 2 acre lot, in tho town of Mar
niug. House contains 4 room?; lot well Ir
proved. : ' .
A small house and kitchen, and 2 acre?
land, in tho village of Manning, .,
A vac -.nt lot.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third cash; the remainder on a credi
of ono ?nd two years; the credit portion to b]
s -eui ed hy bond of the purchaser, with inte
rest at the rate of seven per cent, per annul
and mortgage of the premises sold.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
FROST A ADOER, for Assignees,
Sopt210418N18152229D4 Charleston, S. C.
THE C4\R?)??NA H?TSBT
Washington stj'eet, a few doors from Mair
BEST or LIQUORS, WINES, SEOAI
[etc., constantly on hand, and dispense^
promptly. Hot'Mixtures'of various kine
FREE LUNCH every day at ll o'clock.
Nov 7 B. DARRY, Proprietor.
OEAND T0FR?AME??T
AT THY.
AGRICULTURAL FASRl
COLUMBIA. & C.
THE Committee to which has been assigne
the task of arranging the programmo an
indicating tho outline or tho Grand 'fourni
ment, to be held at the approaching Agricu
taral Fair-and at which "the Knights
South Carolina will contend pour Chan neu
l'amour et les beaux yeux des darne*-announce
the notice and rules as follows:
The Tournament will come off on such day .
may bo must conformable to the generala
rangement of tho Fair-probably the last da;
AR who desire to lido will forward IneL
names, the entrance fee of $5 each, and thj
character ho proposes to represent, to
O'Nealo, Jr., Esq., .Secretary', Colombia, 8.
Tho Course will bo iu length about IC
yards; this distance must be ridden in nial
seconds; thc weapon will be the sabre; tho firs]
post, (tho posts will he about 6? feet il
height,) will be 50 yards from tho startin
point; tho next post and the ring will bo at il
tervals of about 25 yards. Cn each post wi
be head and about 4 inch neck. : The trials wit
bo at 1st hoad "right cut against cavalry;" Sn
head "point;" and Sd at tho ring, 2} inches il
diameter, '.;tierco point." ,
The Trame'?f tho Knight will hq called-bl
will answor instantly-the bugle'-wilt .Bonnor
and tho watch be sprung; anti, if he makes
false start be loses bis ride. After the answf
to thc call and tho ec ind of tho buglo, no ac
eidcut will entitle the Knight to a new'ride
rh ene rules aro essential to secure titas f?r'rti]
Tho first, second, third and fourth prizes wil
be t.n non need at a later day.
These four successful Knight.! will crown tl.jj
Queen and elect the throe Maids or Honor.
At a general meeting of the Knights, to L
held in Columbia, the Judges, Com mit tees
An., will be eleoted or appointed the.day pr
vious to tho Tournament; and this Committ
will take pleasure in giving any aid wi tin S
their power, berldes having arranged thj
grounds, prepared everything requisito aa]
obtained substantial prizes for the victors.
A. O. HASKELL, Chairman. I
J. F. THOMAS, j '
B. O. NEALE, JR.,
R. C. SHIVER,
W. C. SWAFF1ELD,
Oct 22 _ Committee.
FALL OPENING
AT
j. H. & M. L. KM ARD'Al
WE HAVE RECEIVED, AND HAVE BEAD]
for examination, the largest and most at trac
tivo STOCK that it has over been our pie?
sure to exhibit. It is so extensive and varlet
'hat it is impossible to enumerate. We, there"
fore, invite our friends, and all io want of goo)
and cheap Dry Goods, to call sud seo for thet
selves. We p?.'dgo ourselves to give satisfac
(ion in regard to tho style, quality and prie
of our Goods. J. H. A M. L. KINARD.
_Oct_10_ _'_
The Columbia Tannevy,
.1. P. 11IOAIAS ?.V CO., Proprietors.
HIDES and SKINS bought or taken in ej
chango for Finished Leather. Order
for l<eathei prornpkiy filled. Apply at foot i
l.umbel street, orv tho Greenville and Colur
bia Railroad.
fdr For th? porposo of engaging tn ll
abovo business, the undersigned have, thj
.jay, August 28, I860, anociated themselves a
copartners. J. V. THOMAS,!
J. O. MOORE,
Oct aa , J. W. PARKE H. J

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