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f3Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
EDITOR AUD PBOPniETOB.
Office- on Hain Street, above Taylor.
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Agent! for Phoenix and.OIrontr.
HIBAJC MITCHELL,.... .Spartanbur?
A.. M. Risita..Nowberry 0. H
JoLios POPPB..Anderson 0. H
J.W&9 QUANT..Union J. R. AIAXM..Cheater
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA. S. C.. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER ll, 1809. VOL. V-NO.
201
TERMS-IU ADVANCE,
3?B8CBIPT10K.
rtiily, Bli Month?..U ??
Tn Weekly, ?Six Monti)*. .2 60
Weokly. Six Months. 1 50
ADVERTISEMENTS.
Per Square, 9 Uno?, tir ? t lusei tiou ...90 75
Each subsequent insertion.. 50
Weekly, each insertion. 75
93" A lib?rai discount made on the abovr
rates when advertisements are inserted b>
'.he month.
.arBook and Job Printing of all kind?
promptly and faithfully attended to.
HoTEii A mu VA ii s, November 10.-Nick
erson Boute.-J. W. Robinson and SOD,
Charleston; James H. Howell, Oraugu
burg; Mark Bead, G. H. McGregor, H.
B. Jones, M. Wilson, Miss Florenco La
Fond, Mrs. Mark Bead, Mrs. D. Law?
rence, Star Comedy Troupe; J. M.
Wharton, Baltimore; S. H. Clarke and
.wile. Miss C. M. Boykiu, Miss M. Boy
kin, Miss H. A. Boykin, S. L. Boykin,
Camdon; W. E. Mills, Miss Mills. Miss
Mnldrow, Sumter; H. Peabody, Lewis
vilte; E. E. Burrows, W. Thomson, Bal?
timore; J. Dunham, Now York; Gooree
Watt, B. S. Archer, Bichmond; W. E.
Edwards, John Shelby, N. C.; W. A.
Lawhou, Augusta; J. E. Wylie, Miss j
Wylie, Cb cs tur; C. Pressley aud wife, ;
Miss.: Miss Agnew, Suutown; S. E.
Mc?liley, L. M. Wylie, J. McDaniel, J.
B. Fuller, J. Y. Atkinson, W. A. Walker.
Willie BoBoborough, Dr. A. P. Wylie,
Chester; T. G. Stowe, Baltimore; Miss
Maggie Caldwell, Joe Caldwell, Chester;
D. ~R. Flinwikie, Winnsboro; A. H.
White, Bock Hill; E. Thomas, S. C.;
T. Lang, Camden; H. W. Parr, Fairfield;
W. F. B. Haynesworth, Sumter; J. B.
Riley and huly, Orangeburg; G. E. Den?
ny, Va, ; G. O. Carmy, Mrs. MayeB, Ab?
beville; W. P. Passmore, Jus. Willhelm,
T. O: Gower and lady, J. P. Moore, C.
S. Irvin, Greenville; Gen. J. W. Miller,
F. Ti. Anderson, Wm. J. Moana, Spar- j
tanbarg; B. F. Whitner, Anderson; Dr.
H. J. Epting, Williamston.
Central Hotel.-J. O. Turnipsecd, J. L.
Eppes, J. B. Martin, Newberry; F. A.
Folsom, D. F. Lido, J. J. Goddens,
Sumter; B. E. Lyles, L-vlos* Ford; P. M.
B. Holley. T. E. Bell, Miss Faunie Lyles,
Miss Sallie B. Lyles, Miss Sallie E. Da?
vis, Fairfield; Joseph Triest, Charleston;
W. B. Elkin, G. W. L. Tengno, Laurens:
B. W. Crawford, B. W. Haddon, Duo
West; D. M. Aiken and lady, Alston; W.
T. Jeter, MissL. Coleman, W. J. Tucker,
Miss Clara Tucker, Union; Joseph P.
Lee, W. B. Hemphill. Due West; Sam'l
Jeffries, Bobert C. Farr, Union; D. E. j
Converse, Spartanburg; C. B. Foster, S. ;
& U. B. R. ; L. W. Brooks, W. Brooks,
J. C. Blaylock, W. Sparks, E. Gouge,
T. C. Galloway, N. C.; J. McMeekin,
Fairfield; Joseph W. Law, Jas. A. Bar
tow, Wiunsboro; J. E. Colton, James
Bonner, Union.
, Columbia Hotel.-H. C. Htulgius ami
l?'dy, Miss N. A. L?rick, A. Peabodv, T.
H. Symmes, 1. A. Smythe, J. M. Rhett,
J; B. E. Sloan, C. C. Coe, E. J. Wis*,
J: N. Mitchell, J. E. Whuley, S. E.
Barges, J. S. Murdock, J. M. Cntehen,
J. R. Nance and lady, Col. Frederick,
two Miss FeldeiS, Miss Zimmerman, J.
B. Henry, R. G. Brownfield, G.I. Cloud,
T. C. Richardson, R. C. Richardson, W.
IL Dyson, Gou. R. H. Andrew, L.
L?rick and lady, W. A. Aucruru, Allen
Deas, Thos. Lung, W. R. Withers, D. A.
Tompkins, W. W. Watson, Robt. Pagan, ;
G. Gordon, J. Gordon, J. C. Miels, T.
W. Carwile, W. T. Gary, H. W. Auder- ?
son. A. Glover, Z. W. Carwile, Mrs. Dr. I
Smith, Gen. M. L. Bonham, C. H. Alex
ander, J. L. Brutton, J. S. Brutton, jr.,
Miss Julia Bretton, Thos. Bratton and
lady, B. M. Steele, Miss Ira Steele, Jno.
B. Mathews, J, W. White, Miss Lizzio
Lowery, L. Thompson, R. C. Johnson,
T. J. Cunningham, A. B. Springs, wife
and SOD, Miss Springs, M. L. Marlin,
R. A. Springs, E. B. Springs, A. J. La?
mar, Miss Kilgore, T. M. Burton, A. H.
Leftwitch, B. K. Milling, J. H. Smith !
and lady, T. P. Mitchell and lady, W.
S. Richardson, I. W. Adams, S. W. j
McKenzie, W. D. Aiken, W. C. Haue, |
Dr. W. E.fAikon, O. M. Sadler, Juo. S. '.
Small, A. J. Frederick, J. W. Dantzler, I
H. Ii. Goss, E. S. Keitt, Mrs. Irby,
Miss H. Keitt, Thomas Andrews, Miss
'li. Earle, J. J. Burton, Capt. Jus. Butt,
' Jho. Ellis, Col. J. B.| Haygood, Misses
<larV,' Maj. J. Mort), Miss Coohran, Wm.
E.!?J. Mile?, F. L. Frost, J. B. By num.
Hendrix House.-A. P. Erby, wifo aud
daughter, T. B. McKenstry, J. L.
Carther, C. E. Leitner, Fairfield; J. J.
Kendall, N. C.; L. W. Adkissou, Tenn.;
G. W. Cuahmao, Aiken; J. H. Hollings?
worth, J. P. Hardy, Mrs. C. A. Abney,
Mrs. M. Smith, Miss A. Coleman, Miss
M. Coleman, J. A. Mitchell, J. C. Bodie,
W. H. Adams, Edgefield; W. A. Mosely,
P. Cammical, N. H. Youug, J. B. Den?
nis, L. Buzzard, Capt. D. A Dickert aud
lady. Newberry; D. B. Roth rock, H. C.
Roth reek, Cheater; Mrs. Butler, Orango
burg; Dr. J. Quattlebaum, Doko; W. P.
Emanuel, Benuettsville; J. W. William
sou, J. VV. Ferguson. Darlington; J. H.
David, Benuettsville; H. Peroueau, H.
C. Hudgust and wife, Churlestou; W.
W. Mickle, Camdeo; J. B. Withers, J.
W. White, Fort Mills; E. B. Turnipsoed
and wife, J. Wis?, H. Wood, W H.
Ward, Richland; J. M. Elliott arni sou,
Winusboro; J. S. Bowman, C. Af. Mo
Michal, J. L. Moser, B. W. lalor, H.
Riggs, Orangeburg; J. H. Hunter, H.
M. Srayle, Newberry; W. C. Rabb,
W?nnsboro; H. D. Hamiter and non, D.
P. Hamiter, Smith Chapple, Richland.
National Hotel.-J. R. Vance, Cokes
bury; R. S. Bedon, 8. C.; P. S. Grimes,
Laurens; J. L. Young, S. W. Vance,
Martin's; W. W. Bradley, J. W. Stuckey,
W. W. Stuckoy, Thoj. E. Flowers,
Samter; J, Bittes, S. G. Garner, Clark?
son'a; J. D. Graham, Sumter; L. S. Mo
Dow, Liberty Hill; Fink Joyner, Fox
Joyner, Richland; J. P. Fox, Augusta;
J. M. Wise, Piue House; Mrs. J. Eaton,
N. C.; Mrs. Gravely, Miss Gravely,
Charleston; J. A. Moore, Cokesbary, H.
H. Helper, N. C.; H. T. Tasten, Abbe
ville; ?. P. Colman, -Manning; D. B.
MoGul nm, L. P. Loring, Bumtor; J. S.
/
Bradley, Biahopville; W. J. McLeod,
Lynchburg; J. A. Carnes, Bishopvillc;
T. W. Qodbold, Asa Godbold, Marion;
N. McLeod, Clio; J. H. Gandy, M. B.
Gandy, Society Hill ; J. Copea and Indy,
Charleston; M. M. Jobuson, J. C. John?
son, H. C. Johnson, Ala.; J. A. Haw?
thorn, Duo West; T. T. Williams, S. C. ;
H. T. Hall, Charlotte; M. M. McDonald,
Abbeville; K. T. Moore, Ga.; W. Brtes,
Greenville; Samnel Dixon, Texas; J. N.
Greer, Greenville; W. Joues, N. C. ; J.
M. Mobley, Union; H. T. Mosely, New
York; T. Emmerson, H. Tatesman, Ky.;
L. E. Folk aud lady, Newberry; H. W.
Houry, S. C.; Jos. P. Smith, Spartan
burg; H. Smith, Long Island; F. M.
Godbold, Cokcsbury; H. T. Watson, N.
C.; Miss B. H, Watson, Miss M. Sims,
Cokcsbury ; II. T. Cook, Heudersouville;
J. Bannester, Greenville; S. T. Barnes,
Ala.; Jack Henderson, Newberry; S. P.
Hinton, Pickens; J. E. Witherspoon,
Sumter.
S-pool?il ?Totioos.
I TO CONSUMPTIVKS- Tho advertiser,
j having becu restored to health in a few weeks,
j hy a very simple remedy, aftor having suffered I
several years with a sovero lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption, is anxious to
I make known to his fellow-sufferers the means
j of euro.
To all who desire it, he will scud a copy of I
tho prescription used, (free of charge,) with
tho directions for preparing and using thu
same, which they will lind a SUUE CIUK i on
CoNsoxrnoM, ASTHMA, BnoMcams, etc. Thc
object of the advertiser in sending tho pre?
scription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread
information which he conceivos to be invalua?
ble; and ho hopes every sufferer will try his
remedy, as it will cost them nothing, ami may
provo a blessing.
Parties wishing tho prescription, will please
j address KEV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York.
I Nov 10 3 mu
! EURORS OK YOUTH-A gentleman who |
I suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Pre?
mature Decay, and all tho effects of youthful
I indiscretion, will, for Hake of Buffering huma
I nity, send free to all who need it, the re?
ceipt and directions for making thc simple
remedy by which ho was cured. Bufferers
wishing to piont by tho advertiser's oxperi- j
encu, can do so by addressing, with perfect j
confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN, I
Nov 10 Smo No. 12 Cedar street, New York.
SPECIAL NOTICK-To parties in want of j
Doors, Sashes and Blind?, we refer to the ad- j
vert leemon t of P. P. 'foale, thc largo manu?
facturer of those goods in Charleston. Trice
list furnished on application. July 17 9mo
09-PIiIL.OSOPHY OK MARUIAUE.-A
NEW COURSH OF LBCTUBBS, aB delivered st. the
Now York Museum of. Anatomy, embracing thc
subjects: How to Live and What to Livo for;
Youth, Maturity and Old Age; Manhood Gene?
rally Beviewed; Thc Canse of Indigestion; Fla?
tulence and Nervous Diseases accounted for;
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, Ac.
These lectures will bo forwarded on receipt of I
four stamps, by addressing Sec'y Baltimore |
Museum or Anatomy, 71 West Baltimore street,
Baltimore, Md. May G ly
T11K 1IKAL1KG POOL,.--ESSAYS FOB
YOUNG MKN, who have fallt, n into vicious
habits, and now desire a higher life, and a bet?
ter Manhood, with certain moans of icliuf for |
tno afflicted. Sent in sealed lotter envelopes,
free or charge. Address, I! OW ABD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P., Philadelphia. Pa. Sept 25 Brno |
To the Public.
I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
> inform tho citizens of Columbia
'and thc surrounding country ge?
nerally, that I have resumed ray
'old Business again, after a lapse
of twenty years, engaged in thu manufacture
of Iron, I am again hack at mv flrMt BusioesH,
that of WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELBY
whore a full Stock of all Goods kept in a First
Class Establishment can bo found. Iwhalluso
my best endeavors to give satisfaction to all.
I hopo to receive a share of patronage. I shall
keep First Class Workmen, and all work en-|
trusted to mo will be warranted.
Nov f. WILLIAM GLAZE.
For Sale.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
BOWN from Seed purchased directly of
"OT Mr. David Dickson, in 1867, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
other sved.
I will delive r tho Seed, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Bail
road, at 12.00 per bushel, for any amount un
dor 5 bushels, or at f 1.50 per bushel, for all
amounts in exc?s? of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKEB, St. Matthew s, S. C.
I respectfully refer to thc below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased heed of mo last spring,
tor ic formation touching tho purity and supe?
riority of the Seed, to wit: Hon. 'i'. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Fort Motto; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paulling, K?q., St. Mat?
thew's ; ii. R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. H. W. Briggmuuu and W. B. Muller,
Esq., Orangeburg Court House ; all cf Orango
burg Countv, S. C. A. P. A.
Nov 3
Mountain Apples.
171 OB ?ale by
? FIsntCB. LOWRANCE A, FISH KB
Fire Dogs and Fenders.
AHANDSOME A?rorttnont of Plain nnd
Fancv FI BE DOGS, SHOVELS AND
TONGS, FENDERS, ftc, Ac, on band and for
sale low, hy J; A T. B. AGNEW.
The Columbia Tannery,
3. P. THOMAS dc CO., Proprietor?.
HIDES and SKINS bought or taken in ex?
change for Finished Loather. Ordern
for Leather promptly filled. Apply at foot of
l umber street, on the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad.
/OT For the purposo of engaging in the
above buRio.es?, the undersigned have, this
day, August 28,1869, aMoeiatod-themselves ae
copartners, J. P. THOMAS,
J. O. MOORS.
Oct 00 3. W. PARKER.
30,000 POUNDS BACON,
Smoked and Dry Salted.
300 BARRELS FLOUR,
Super, Extra ami Family.
CHEESE.
MACKEREL.
MOLASSES.
COFFEES.
LARD.
CANDIES.
THE above- we oller to tbe trade, and
country, at reduced raten. Persons
desiring to buy will do well to call on ns
beforo purchasing, as wo aro prepared,
with tho above choice provisions, to
supply tho trndo at very low prices.
D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON,
Commission Merchants,
Assembly street,
Nov 10 y South of tho Market.
IVE o ISL EKTZIE'S
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturing
CONFECTIONERY,
Main Street, Greenfield'a Jioxr.
SPECIALITY.-CANDIES made of PURE
SUOAR, that has stood tho test of popu?
lar taste for thirty years.
\V II O I, E H A li E CANDIKS,
Tut up in 25, 50 and 100 pound Roses, well
Assorted, at as low a figure ns pure Goods will
warrant. In order to compete with tho largo
manufactories of tho North, the wholrsalo
price of assorted Candies will be *>.7 cents per
pound. No chargo for boxes.
Nov4io J. MCKENZIE.
McKenzie's Saloon.
MCKENZIE will open bis SALOON, in roar
of the Confectionery, Main street, for the
season, on TUESDAY, the 9th instant, ns a
Ludios' and Gentlemen's RESTAURANT.
OYSTERS served in overv etvlo.
PATTIES, Tarts, .fi l ies, Ice Creams, O-'?
feo. Ten and ?Jiorolate. _ Nov 7 0_
Pure Dickson Cotton Seed.
WE offer for salo 300 bushels pure "Dicktuni
COTTON SEED," grown from seeil ob?
tained from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford, Ga.,
last spring, and which were selected for bis
own use.
Notwithstanding the unprecedented dry >,?;*
son-which has continued for t evc-ral mouths
wo have gat herod, np to tho present lime,
from 1,500 to '2,450 pounds to tho aero.
Prico $?.50 for ono to five bushels: i.i.Cti for
five bushels or more.
OxFonn, On., November 4, I860.
T do certify that I Hold to Messrs. Richard
O'Nealo fe Son, of Columbia, B. C., some ?if my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for plaiding
purposes. They proposed to sell a portion of
what they raised. Planters purchasing t be
I Seed th ev raise, may relv upon getting the
Genuine Dickson Seed. DAVID DICKSON.
We are Mr. Dickson's agents here, and will I
I order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if dosirod j
Price ?5 00 from one to fivo bushels, or $1.00
for fivo and upwards.
Sample Stalks to bo seen at Slato Enir.
i Nov'J RICHARD O'NEALE A:. SON.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
V--* RAGGING. R O P E, IRON
J TIES, BACON, Clear RibbeddffiH
JUS&la-ScSides and Shoulders. A choiceK^Hgl
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,MittHi
in barrels, kegs. 3 lbs., 5 and 10 lb. packages.
Choice Family Flour, in bb!s. and bogs, with
a full assortment of other grades. Liverpool
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and ?, in
bhls., halves, quarters and kits. SUGAR and
COFFEE, of oil grades. TEAS, of all grados.
Molasses-Muscovado. New Orleans and Sugar
House Syrup. Tobacco and Segars. Soap; Can?
dles, in boxes and half boxes; Cheese, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oyster??, Sal?
m?n, in cane and glas*. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet, Monongahela, Rye and Corn Whis
kev, and a variety of other fine brands.
WOODEN WARE, Nests Iron and lira ss
Bound Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Cans,
Nails, of all sizes, Shot of all numbers. Cant?
ing, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Skillets and Frying
Pans, nf all sizes.
All the above named with many other arti?
cles has been recently purchased and selected
with care and will bc sold low for cash. Clive
ns a call. WELLS fi CALDWELL,
Near the S. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
next door to National Hotel. Oct IC
The Attention of Purchasers
Is respectful1.v called to the
FOLLOWING LIST OF ('HEAP GOODS
To bo found at
O. F. JACKSON'S.
1CASE Beautiful POPLIN?, it 37c.
. t do do DeLsincs, at 25c.
Largo lot Worsted Shawls, fl 00 lu f 10.00.
Dre.-s Silks, at very low prices,
Ladles* Cotton Hose, good quality, at Pile.
Red and White Flan nels, 2.">o. and npwards.
Ladies' Linen Collars, at 10c. and upwards,
Linen Diaper, at $2 50 por piece;
Linen Damask, at 60, 75 and $1.00 per yard,
Extra Quality Ladies' English Hose, at 50c.
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, 10, 12*. 10!,
20,25o. to f5.00,
Mon's Half Hose, 12, 20, 25, 35, 50c
Ladies' Hatp, 20, 25, 50c.
flood article Jeans, at 33L 50c.
Extensivo stock of Casstmeres, for Men's
and Boys' wear, at reduced prices,
Another Invoice of those beaut ifni drab Co?
vering?, at low ratos.
The attention of the ladies is specially called
to our unusually large assortment of Dress
Trimmings, of tho latest styles, and superb
Sash Ribbons and Sashes.
Nov a _O.JF, JACKSON.
Pure Glycerine.
BROMIDE POTASS.,
Iodide "
Bromide Am mon.,
Ozrdi?e Cerium
Mustard Leaves, 'English,;
Chlorodyno,
Tannin,
For salo by IC. E. JACKSON,
Nor 4 Druggist.
Confectionery.
RETAIL DEPARTMENT.-Manufacturin*
daily, a select assortment of STICK DAN?
DIES, Drops, Bon Bons, Taffey Kisses, Cocoa?
nut Cukos, Burnt Almonds, Bindar and Almond
Candy. Chocolate Caramels, Ac., Ac.
A fresh lot cd FRENCH CONFECTIONERY,
just received.
OAKES AND TAUTS, OF ALL KINDS,
_ .TELLIES, homc
/^Xtfr^tg^jfei$??V madeof pure fruit,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ t h o^ d i IY e renee
- Tho largest as?
sortment of TOYS ever brought to this mar?
ket, JOHN MCKENZIE,
Nov 1 10 Main street.
Eureka.
DB. LEAK'S PREMIUM TOBACCO-in
. different <dyleB, including thc EXTRA
TWIST, so well known.
ALSO,
Morris A Sons' DURHAM SMOKING TO?
BACCO-considered the best. For salo in any
quantity, by E. STENHOUSE.
Oct 13_Imo
OUR "H?"US?~RESTAUB,ANT,
SITUATED on Assombly ntroet, near thc
North-east corner of tho Market, is novi
prepared to servo up OYSTERS in every stylo,
to ploaso the patrons ot tho House.
Families can ho supplied with Oyo. rs eithei
on tho shell or opened.
Tho BAR i i furnished with tho best o
WINES, LIQUORS. ETC.
A fine BOWLING ALLEY is attached io th<
House. D. McGlTNNlS,
Nov 4 5* Proprietor.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta E. E.
SfrEnixTKNOF.NT'S OFFICE,
COI.ITMT.IA, S. C.. November 2, lbC9.
AN ACCOMMODATION THAIN, for tho con
veniooce o; Visitors to tho State Fair
will bo run between Chester and Columbia, ol
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY
lOru, 11TH and 12Tn instant, leaving Colme>
bia on Wednesday overing : W
Leave Columbia al.- 3J p?1
Arrive " ".10.:?0 a r
Leave Chester at. (?.40 a r
Arrive " ". 7.20 p r
Stopping at usual stations. Half usual rate
each way.' C. BOUKNIGHT,
Nov 9 9 Superintendent.
Dupont's Gunpowder Agency.
AFULL supply constantly on hand, of a
grades, in Whole, Half and Quarter Kofi
and Canisters, for salo low to the trade an
consumera-also, Drop and Buck SHOT. Pei
custdon OAFS, Gun Flints, ,\.c, for salo hiv
by J. ft T. B. AGNEW.
THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE J
GROCERIES AND F1MIL? SUPPLIES
Wholesale and Retail, at
TJOwost apel?os
""'^^-^^^^^^^^^ thr'li'no^'! G|t(
CERIES. LIQUORS. WINKS and PAMIL
SUPPLIES, which they will dispuse of,
wholesale or retail, at such figures MK will I
impossible f.>r dealers elsewhere tn go !>cl<>'
Th oy respectfully invite a call and compai
sun of prices cd articles. Their stock coneis
f>f in part :
COFFEE, SUGAR and TEA, of varioi
grades.
MOLASSES, including the genuine N? w O
leans.
Washing and Fa nev HOM'S.
All grades <?f FLOUR-some nt exceeding
low figures.
Ranket? am! Broome of various kinds.
Mackerel, of all numbers and biged package
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Fish.
Candies, Almonds, Raisins and Fi<8.
Bacon, smoked and dry salted.
OennineSngar-curedHams. nf h.-st brain!
Adamantine, Sperm and Tallow Candles
Cheese, Crackers of every variety.
Axes, with or without handles.
llanos. Trace Chains. Nails, etc.
Ragging, Bopo and "Arrow Ties."
Wine, Champagne mid all grades of Liquen
"If you don't see what yon want., ask for il
as wo koop many articles not specified above
Wo have in connection with our business
commodious Wagon Yard and Btoro-houi
Highest prices paid for cotton and count
produce. CAMPUELL A JONES,
Main street, a few door? above Pun's
Omeo. Oct ?Kl
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
?*f\ RBI.S and boxe-? 3*>da, Butter, Fnrir
O' / Stig ir, 1/ mun, Walnut, Ginger Oak
and Snaps. K. A G. 1? HOPE
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
Washington ylrttt, a fvir doors from Ma
gpa BEST of LIQUORS, WINI'S, SEGA1
djifctc.. nous taut ly on hand, and dispens
luLV promptly. Hot*Mixtures <>f variou* l i:;
EREK LUNCH every da\ at 11 o'clock.
Nov 7 lt. BARRY. Proprietor
To the Public.
a HAVING just returned from the Non
^fflwith a NEW STOCK OF SUPERB
[IAGOODS, for the custom trade, I am p
"n pared to fill ordern at vhort n >tico a
in tho very latest styles. A betlbr stock,
my lino, bas never been brought to this ci
and having several competent workmen,
guarantee sati-ifactiou to all. Give inc a ci
Rent IR C. D. KBEHHARDT
Plows.
BRINLY'S universal PLOW?.
Reynolds' universal Plow.
Murfoe's Bob-soil.
Amos'Turning, Sub-soil and Side Lid Ea,
Plows.
For sale low, for cash, by
Oct aa FISHER. LOWRANCE A FISHER
Tows ?Bit Cofines,
SELECTED byan expert-Choicest Moya
Hyson, Japan and English Breakfast Te
Mocha, Old Government Java, Laguayra a
common to choice Bio Coffees. Pricon low ?
quality guaranteed. GEO. BYMMERH
TO THE OWNERS
br
HOMESTEADS,
SITUATED IN THE
UPPER eoywT.ES
OF
SOUTH CAROLIN A,
INSURE your DWELLINGS in tho .Ti TN A
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hart?
ford. Tho strongcat Fire Insurance Company
lu America. Incorporated in 1M1!). Charter
j perpetual. Caah capital and asbota, $5,300,000.
j Agen j first established in Columbia in 18:i'J.
, Tho ?tna has earned a high reputation
I throughout tho State by ita honorablo and
I fair adjustment, and prompt payment, ot all
claims for losses. No caso of litigation with
> ativ claimant has ever occurred in the State.
! Tho undernignpri baa represented tho .Etna
I in Columbia for the last twenty vears. Rates
I reasonable. GEORGE HUGGINS,
Goner-.' Agent for thc upper Counties of the
I Ktato of : outh Carolina. Office in roar of
Messrs. Duffie A Chapman's, under tho Co
u mbia Hotel, Columbia, 8. C. Nov U Imo
r-XJ3FLIvrXT
AND
CHAJR WAREHOUSE,
IVexl lo Agnew's, on Plain Street.
NOW on band and receiving tho largost
stock of FURNITURE OF EVERY DE?
SCRIPTION ever brought to this market, ci J
sisting in part of 50 Bod-room sr.it? in Maho?
gany, Walnut, Chosnut and Painted-some of
them at very low prices.
ALSO,
DINING ROOM and PARLOR SUITS.
BEDSTEADS of all kinds-Maple, Walnut
and Mahoganv,
SIDEBOARDS and BUREAUS at all prices.
CHAIRS of every description, direct from
! the manufacturers, and at prices that cannot
1 fail to ploaso the closest buvers.
I ?a-All kinds of FURNITURE MADE TO
! ORDER. REPAIRING at shortest notice and
I in tho best manner.
! FUNERALS served with all kinds ol Mot alic
I cr Wood Coffins. M. H. BERRY.
I Oct 24
Watched, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned mont respectfully
morai* his patrons, and tho publie in
_ oner al, that he has received a well ?e
leeted assortment of lino Watches, Jewelry
land Clocks-amongst thom the relobrated
1 German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
! and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eyo-glaqsea ot
I every focus, to auit all eyes. Above-mentioned
? articles will he auld ai reasonable prices. All
j work connected with this line will be executed
in the beet workmanlike manner, and properly
warranted. A. NV. WEHR HAN,
Plain street, opposite Mr. Berry's Furniture
Rooina. Oct 27
"NICKERSON HOUSE,"
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
a>^r-p-x TRIS pleasantly located lit)
flET?t?rB?f^M ll'?"'1' ''^HM^ill1 f<" "nf,)rl
open to Travelers and o^T^^S^^eTin^ acenm
modiHona. Families <**J be furnished with
nico, airy rooms on rcae^Hahlo terina. "A call
is solicited." My O mn mus will bo found at
the diff?rent d?puta-passengers carried to
and from tho Hotel free of charge.
Nov :$ WM. A. WRIGHT.
C L O THIN Gr .
J HAVE JUST RECEIVED AV OPENED
a Verv lare-e a-od dealrabb. St --!; ot PK 11 and
I '
j Winter CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
' HATS, .Vc , which I am determined to off??r
I purchaser* on th?- most reasonable terms.
Oct Bl WM. J. HOKE.
Breakfast Bacon and Smoked Beef.
I fzf\f \ LBS. Choice Breakfast BACON,
Jv/ 200 I.ba. Prime Smoked BEEF, for
! cale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Family Supplies.
...> . A'S '*'ta pleasure
</"'. .- '^/-P V notifying our
i , ? . \%y^f'^ friend? and the
' i '?^aTaP^Lj public that wu have
^ ?<'.-. S St^ tf.'^^^-. removed our Stock,
'. - v?&?i^?R?iee??Z? GROCERIES, Ac ,
k . V&Er toOId EXCHANGE I
..f' r- dRfiS??^*A6^? RANK CORNER,
, ...>'.' .'^ ;'\'veftjt,->.X, nearlv oppoi iteCo
f' < , f Inmbia Hotel,
---'^00^ whore wo will be
pleased to seo and i
off. r iiiem extra inducemeuta in ail articles
UHU Hiv Kept in the GROCERY, HARDWARE |
and LIQUOR line. T. J. A IL M. GIBSON,
Oct IS Old Exchange Dani: c ?mer. i
/-2^^r_ MKS. FLANIGAN respectfully]
fi??^ ni iufouus the ladies of Columbia
Wi ItH *M<1 vicinity that she h-ii- received i
^BU'VAi J| and U'onld offer for tlu ir hispen
JHJJPJ Hon a very superior stock of Mil- ]
y^Mft^ iintrj in DON NE IS, li A I'S, ITA- '
r ?W^STHEIW aud FLOWERS, in end?
less variety, aft< r tin very latest fashions, j
aiiei at tin- lowest prices. j
UreES-making
Attended to, na nanni, with an assortment ot :
Trimmings, Patterns, An. Oe! 'll j
To the Ladies-Millinery.
.MRS. c. ic. BRED Im* open-1
.???.^1 ?<1 tnt inspection, the finest and :
^o<\EaSl nins' fai<hi"liabh J'.MSOJ t < . nt ol
rftVag?Q FRENCH. ENGLISH ar.d AME
H^^?SK RICAN MILLINERY i v r oflei. ,1
&\fy'q*r in Columbia. CORSE'iV, li A flt,
Kf * IV Jr3 plaid or ornament ? d. at all ?trices; 1
\.4? '\ *n assortment of cheap FANCY I
? 31 JEWELRY, FIATS, Feathers, real
Hi wi Ootrich, Hirds of Paradise, ?tc. I,
will soil low everything in my line. Oct 17 Brno I
Oats.
WESTERN and North CarolinaSoodOATH, '.
tor sale low, by
Hov fi yiaHRRo LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Cotton Baaing.
BORNEO, OUNNY, DUNDEE ?nd DOUBLE
ANCHOR.
10 000yards of thc above f>r salo *' bon i?t !
market ratea. E. A O. D. li ol'E.
Industrial Iron Works.
THE undersigned, having procured
Sood toole, has commenced a general
[achino business, at the corner of
Wayne and Gervais or Bridge streets, opposite
tho Greenville passenger depot, and is now
ready to rcceivo orders for building and repair?
ing all kinds of Machinery, such aa Steam En
giues and Boilers, Circular Saw, Flour and
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, Shafting and Pul?
leys, Cotton Press Screws and Iron?, Iron
Bailings for Cemeteries and Buildings, Bridge
and other Bolts and Nuts of any desired sizes,
and Wrought Iron Forgings. Promptness
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERRICK.
Oct HO _Imo
Restaurant.
THE POLLOCK ?O?QB RES?
TAD BANT is now in oomnlete work?
ing order. OYSTERS will bo served
up in every stvle and in the best manner ^Fa?
milies supplied iu any quantity.
Also, GAME in soason; besidesl
REFRESHMENTS of ovory kind.
The BILLIABD ROOM is again in
operation. Tables from best
makers. T. M. POLLOCK,
Oct 28 Proprietor.
GRAND TOURNAMENT
AT THE
AGRICULTURAL FAIR.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE Committee to which has been assigned
tho task of arranging the programmo and
indicating tho outlino of tho Grand Tourna?
ment, to be held at tho approaching Agricul?
tural Fair-and at wbioh "the Knights of
South Carolina will contend pour rhonneut;
l'amour et lea oeaux yeux des domes-announces
the notice and rules SB follows:
Tho Tournament will como off on such day as
may be most comformable to the general ar?
rangement of tho Fair-probably tho last day.
All who desire to lido will forward their
names, tho entrance fee of ?5 each, and thc
i chai acter he proposes to represent^ to R.
? O'Neale, Jr., Esq., Secretary, Columbia, S. O.
Tho Course will he in longth about 150
yards; this distance must bo ridden in nine
seconds; the weapon will bo the sabre; the first
post, (tho posts will bo about G*} feet ic
height,) will he 50 yards from tho starting
point- tlio next post and the ring will be at in?
tervals of about 25 yards. Ou each post will
bo bead and about 4 inch neck. The trials will
! bo at lit head "right cut against cavalry;" 2d
j head "point;" and 3d at tho ring, 2tJ inches in
j diann ter, "tierce point."
The name of thc Knight will be called-bo
. will answer instantly-tho buglo will sound,
! and tho watch bc sprung; and if ho makes a
I falae (?tart bo loaf a his ride. Alter the answer
j lo the call and thc sound of tho bugle, no ac?
cident will entitle the Knight to a new ride.
I Tin HO rub a are essential tu ?ecuro timo for all.
? Tho first, second, third and fourth prizes will
j b'3 announced at a later dav.
i These four successful Knights will crown thu
Queen ami chet the linee Maids of Honor.
At a general meeting cd' the Knights, to be
held in Columbia, thc Judges, Committees,
Ac, will Le elected or appointed the day pre
i viona to tho Tournament; and thia ( ommitteo
will take, pb enure in giving any aid within
their power, besides, having arranged the
I grounds, prepared everything requisite and
. obtained substantial prizes for the victors.
A. C. HASKELL, Chairman.
J P. THOMAS?
i ll. O. NEALE, .tic,
I R. C. SHJLV.EI5.
W. 0 HWAFFIKLD,
! Oot 22 Com mit fee.
! Guns. Pistols, Sewing Machines, Etc.
THE subscriber has on hand a large assn
ment of S?II-.MT'S, W?IMUI'S, Grover ?V B
ker's, etc.. SEWING MACHINE.-; abo,;, ?ne
assortment of English ?nd (li-immi GUNS,
PISTOLS. CUTLERY, CARTRIDGES, LOOR
BELLS, etc , which wdlfco ?did lower than at
any other place III tin-city.
Sewing Machines, (iuris, Pistol?. Locks, etc.,
ri paired at thu shortest nolie?, and all work
warranted. E. A. MCiiKEIDKR,
Supt 25 Main street.
Jos. DANIVX 1'OPK. A. C. II?MKKLI?
TOPE Si HASKELL.
A T TO lt XX YS A T LA tl
ANO
KOIilClTORS IX EQ.I IT1,
Mili. ,-. Law Bang?- Columbia, B._?. May 8
A Large Assortment
ENGLISH ?nd Arr.? r oan TOOTH BLUSH?
ES. English Unir Butcher,
Anieriuaii Hiir Fl?ti be-,
COMBS, o; all kinds aud prives.
Choice ExtriU*,s ".nd other P-rfuraes. at ?on
prices. JACKS ?NX Drug St? r?'.
Tobncco! Tobacco!!
rrt \ BOXES COMMON TOBACCO, at low
I " I figures
SO boxita Fair Chi wing Tobacco.
t boxes Extra Hock City Chewing Tobacco.
1 boxt s Common a ?-..it h Chewing Tobacco.
10 box -a Bode Bud Chowing Tobacco.
J .?.Iv 20 JOHN C. SEEGEBS.
URSULINE INSTITUTE,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
tixDKH Titr, i ATHONAOK op
/fLfgbk HIGHT REV. BISHOP LYNCH
' (iLL-aSf-V- PO H Prospectus, please addrcan
r??fWgif''THE M ETHER SUPERIOR," Uk
^gpp ?afine Convent, Valle Crucis.
Canned Goods.
PINE APPLES, PEACHES, TOMATOES,
Green Com, Lima Roans, Oyatern, Lob?
ster*, Sardines. Salmon, Mackerel. Condensed
Milk. . .V* . on band and for ?ale low. bv
Nov ( J. i T. R. AGNEW.

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