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DUULI5, November 10.-A . Fenian
ornnosty meeting, last night, vas dis?
persed by a mob.
PARIB, Novembor 10.-Several electo?
ral meetings aud demonstrations in favor
of Booboforfc passed off quietly.
LONDON, November 10.-Mr. Glad?
stone, at the "Lord Mayor's festival, spolie !
discouragingly regarding Ireland. Claim?
ing peaco with all tho world, Gladstone
said,, one partial exception I ought to
make;, und it is an exception of the'
deepest interest to Englishmen, namely:
onr relations with America. But there j
ia no occasion in which I could moto
appropriately rcfor to these relations, or
better desoribe then), than as those of
peaoe and concord. Were I to ntternpt
to deport from that friendly strain, I
should be admonished to judge moro
correctly nud spook more wisely, by nu
evont which has happened within this
oity daring the last few days-I refer to
the death of George Peabody; n man
whoso splendid benefactions will secure
immortality for bis uame iu that which
he regarded as his old mother country,
but whoso fame likewise, and in n broader
ROD BO, is applicable to all humanity, be
has taught us the most needful of nil
lessons, how a man can bo mudo muster
of his fortuno, and not its slave.; and it
ia most touch ?UR to know, that I have
learned from his friends that while some
men would have been unhappy at tho
idea of dying in a foreign laud, his affec?
tions wore so divided between tho land
of his birth and the laud ol hisuuecstors,
that that which had been the fondest of
his wishes may now be realized-to bo
buried in America, but to die in Eng?
land. With Mr. Peubody's country we
are not likely to quarrel. It is true, that
care and skill in diplomacy, animated,
though it has been, by the purest und
most upright feelings, although it hus
not imperilled our pence, has failed to
lead to the first issue up to the present
momont. Upon tho tangled questions
of law which have been in discussion
botweon tho two countries, considerable
delay has taken place; yet every delay,
instead of leading to danger, was
prompted hy considerate good will nnd
a desire to allow the intervention of n
limited timo, in order to obviate (he
difficulties. [Cheers.] I believo tho
world would viow with horror a parrici?
dal strife between Eoglaud and America;
but such a sta to of things is not likely to
arise from our present relations; and my
confidence is in tho sentiments which I
know animate tho American Government
as well as our own, and which also ani?
mate tho minds of the peoplo of these
two great countries. [Cheers. |
Dornest Iv Kiew?.
CHARLESTON, Novembor 10.-Arrived
-schooner Edna Harwood, Boslou.
Sailed-steamers James Adger, New
York; Maryland, Baltimore.
NEW ORL?ANS, November 10.-The
Grand Consistory of Louisiana, com
Eosed of Masons of the Thirty-Second
.egree, Scottish rite, are holding n
Lodge of Sorrow, this evening, at the
Churoh of the Messiah, in honor of de?
ceased illustrious members of that order.
The Sovereign Grand Commander of the
Supreme Counoil, of tho Southern juris?
diction af the United States, Albert
Pike, opened the c?r?monie?. Several
eulogies were pronounced.
LOUISVILLE, November 10.-Tho Ge?
neral Freight Agent's Association was
organized to-day, with W. D. Shinne,
President, and J. T. Tucker, Secretary.
The attendance is large.
BURLINGTON, VT., November 8.-Thc ,
Lake House and Noyes' block woro dc
stroyed by fire, this morning. Loss
$75,000, mostly insured. A man named
J. D. Fisk was fatally injured, and nine
others more or less injurod by tho falling
of a wall. The employees of the hotel
lost all their clothing, and tho guests a
considerable portion of theirs.
TROY, N. Y., November 10.-Gonoral
Wool died this morning, almost without
a straggle. His age was eighty-six.
CHICAGO, November 10.-Tho voto in
Minnesota is so closo thut it will require
the official count to determine whether
Austin or Otis was elected Governor.
BELLE FONTAINE, OHIO, November 10.
A Catholio Priest was instantly killed to?
day, by Johu Powers. No cause as?
WASHINGTON, November 10.-Charles
J. Folger succeeds Butterfield. Tho Pre?
sident tenders Thomas J. Durant tho
United States Circuit Judgeship, em?
bracing Louisiana and Texas.
Bobort J. Walker is insensible, sud
unable to tako medicine.
. Internal revenue receipts to-day $357,
The trustees of tho Corcorau Art Gal?
lery have ordered its immediate comple?
Accounts of E. T. McGee, the miss?
ing collector of revenue, for Tennessee,
Boutwell is sending clerks to New
York to overhaul tho accounts of tho
Custom House, there. The frauds, it is
supposed, will reach near $10,000,01,0.
A WRONG IMTIIESSION CORKECTED.
Many persons believe that there is no
value HT anything that does not como
from "tho North." How humiliating?
However, this impression is being gra?
dually corrected. It is now admitted
that no remedial agents has ever been
discovered, North or South, that pos
soases, in so eminent a degree, tho power
of eradicating from tho system all foul
distemper, as DR. TUTT'H SARSAPABILUA
AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT. Tho secret is, it
assists natura to do this through its own
channels. It is composed of vegetable
substances alone, every ono of which
grow? OD Sonthern sei!. It ?fl thiBr.oo'D
PURIFIER OP THE AOB. N? 8
Solomons' Bitters, an Antidote to Ma?
laria, prepared by A. A. Solomons & Co.,
druggists, Savannah, Ga. 013 G
1 yAmpMf^ #wPic<*HTf iTjftrf t Ti ?
Coi.tiMBiA. ?. C., Nateln ber, 10.-Cotton
opened tolftjr.fct ?L tor mWailog; bet owing
to the reception o? unfavorable nsws, it de?
clined to 22?.. The ??lee ?.mounted to 64 bale?.
N?W Yon?, Novomber 10-Noon.-Stocka
steady but doll. Honey 7. Sterling-long 9;
short9j. Gold 27. G2's 15J; Tennessee's, ex
coupons, 60; new 621: Virginia's, ox-coupons,
50; new 54; Louisiana's, old, 0.5; levees, old, 69;
new 80; Alabama 8's, 92; 5'n 59j; Georgia G's
63; 7*e 901. Wheat lo. better. Corn l@2o. I
bettor. Port Armer-? 60Q89 76. Cotton
lower-25. Freights quiet.
7 P M.-Cotton decidedly lower, at 249f3
21 j. Flour fairly active and prices unchanged.
Wheat in fair demand-winter red Western
1 3701 40. Corn-mixed Western 1 03@l 07.
Pork a shade firmer, at 29 25030 00. Lard
steady. Whiskey steadier. Rice dull-Caro?
lina 708. Sugar moderately activo. Coffeo
steady. Molasses firm-New Orleans 95.
Freights quiet. Gold 27.
BALTIMORE, November 10-Cotton nominal,
at 25. Flour dull und steady. Wheat steady
primo to choice red 1 3601 38 Corn-old
white 1 0001 08; new 85090. Oats 55.
CINCINNATI, November 10.- Corn upon de?
mand, at 81085. Whiskev unsettled, with
small sales at 1 00. Fork- new 31 (ll). Shoul?
ders 1GI; clear sides PJL
CHARLESTON, November 10. - Cotton declin?
ing and \fit.\a. lower, with Rales of fiOO bules
middling 23^; receipts 1,182.
Aroi'BTA, November 10.-Cotton market dull
and easier, with sales of 570 bales middling
22A022J; receipts 823.
MOBILE, Novomber 10-Sales of ?otton to?
day 1,800 bales-middliug 23(0234.
SAVANNAH, November 10.-Kalos of cotton
to-day 1.000 huies; receipts 3,400-middling
NEW ORLEANS, November lo -Cotton very
activo-middling 230.23A;; salts 9,350 bales.
Flour, corn and oats firm and unchanged.
Pork and bacon unchanged. Lard dull, at 18
019. Sugar and molasses quiet and droop?
ing. Whiskey and coffee quiet. Gold 2CL
LONOON, No'vcmbor 10-3 P. M -Consols 9?.L
H .wm:. November 10.--Cotton onens Rai and
PAKIS, November 10-Evening.-Tb? bourse
i? quiet-rentes 7 and 17.
FRANKFORT, November 10. -Bends open flat,
LIVERPOOL, November 10-S P. M.-Cotton
quiet, but has a downward tendency-upland?
ll?; Orleans 113.
LIVERPOOL, November 10 -Evening -Cottor
steady-uplands 11J? Orleans UJ; sales 10,00t
*}(\(\ KXTRA largo seamless Sacks o
?2U\/ Liverpool SALT, now in store ot
consignment, and ottered at low rates.
Nov 11 B. O'NEALE A SON.
Meeting of Tournament Riders.
A LL those whv propose to Ride at tin
J\_ Tournament Cir Friday next, will meet ii
the Gentlemen'd Parlor, at Columbia Hotel
THIS MORNING, at half-past 9 o'clock. Al
persons interested aro requested to attend, a
it will be submitted to them to decide whet be
the riding shall bo with tho Sword or Lance.
Nov ll lt. O'NEALE, Ju., Secretary.
Richland Lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
K AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION t
?^(AWRichland Lodge, No. 39, A. F. M., wi
/\/\be held THIS EVENING, 11thinstan!
at 7 o'clock, in Masonic Hall. Tho E. A. Di
gree will bo conferred. Bv order of tho W. M
Nov ll 1 S. C. PEIXOTTO. Sec'y.
Flour ! Flour '. !
.'AA BARRELS FLOUR, comprising a
t)UU tho various grados, from tho choic
cream ot tho city at $10.00 per burrel, which ?
the best in the market, down to tho lowei
grades, 6.50 per barrel. Do uot bo hunibui
ged by large stocks on papers, which, on uxi
mination, will be found all yaa. Call and sc
for yourselves, at the store of
Nov ll J. ?fc T. It. AGNEW.
F?/\ CASES, pints and quarts, pure Cal
DU furnia CHAMPAGNE, much superior I
tho adulterated Wines imported from Europ
Ou baud and for sale low by
J. A T. H. AGNEW.
PIG HAMS, Bacon Strips,
Smoked Beef, Smoked Tongues,
Tea, Sugar and Coffeo, of all grades. F
sale low, for ca?h, at CANTWELL'S,
Nov ll 1 Main street.
Potatoes and Onions.
pr A ?ELS. Poach Blow POTATOES.
DU ? bbls. Northern ONIONS.
5U0 bbls. moro Cabbago Heads, same
were latelv on exhibition at tho PIKENIX o uh
For sal? by GEO. SYMMERS
?. A FRESH supply ot fine L
T&rtAg&MONN, ORANGES, Oocoanu
fRS&fS?Ks? French and Stick Candies, Nu
jw6?fg& c ics,. <K-iR^FT,s }3AKERYi
Nov ll 3 Main stroet
Guns and Ammunition.
I respectfully inform i
^">^7 friends and tho public in gene
afjC^&S^that I havo just received a i
* mmi ^assortment o? DOUBLE Al
SINGLE-BARRELED GUNS, Breach-loadi
Guns, simple make, from thc best Euron
manufacturers, Repeaters of all descriptio
Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches, Caps, Powd
Shot and Cutlery, which I offer to sell at r
sonable prices. Guns made to order. Bepi
ing done and warranted, at short notice.
Nov 11 P. W, KRAFT. Main etreej
$200,000 to Advance on Cotton.
PLANTERS who wish to hold their Cot
and not force it on tho market whilst i
dull, will lind it to their interest to apply to
Wo aro prepared to mako liberal advances,!
hold it as long as mav bo desired. Tei
roasonable. BLAKELY A GIBBES,
Nov ll 2 Columbi!
THE undersigned tonders apologies to
friends and tho public, for his delay in
Buming tho publication of tho Guardian.
engagements in tho country havo billi*
precluded his entranco upon tho work. H
now in Columbia, making preparations to
so at an early day, and is ready to reci
Newspapers in this and tho adjoining Stl
aro respectfully requested to extend this
tico, and to forward their exchanges at c
to tho Southern Guardian, Columbia, S. C
Nov ll C. P. PELHA1
Cotton Seed for Sale.
P-,-T I HAVE for Balo somo Cotton SE
R^j^?jlgrown and improved in South Carol
oSHBand the same as that improvod hy
Dickson, and equal to it in every respect;
from one acre of which I have already gat!
ed 3,000 pounds. I will bo pleased to shout
field, with tho stalks thereon, to parties v
ing the city during the Fair-it is but ten
mites walk from the Fair Grounds. In o
I to put it within the reach of all, I will do!
any quantitv, ono bushel or upwards, at
donot in Columbia, for $2 50 per bushel
half tho price asked for Dickson's. My Co
was freo from rust, and tho Rood cv re I
saved; and I will guarantee that it will c
two bales por A Ore on good laud ?ml with
per cultivation, manure, Ac.
I havo also some Heed of a new vari?
"the Peeler"-which is a much finer Col
and eqnaliy as prolific n? the ether'. I wll
some of it also at ?3.0? per bushel;
Nov ll ' 3. M. CRAWFOH
IDE STAB COMEDY COMBINATION
THIS (THmresbejr) KVENISO, NOV. ll.
THREE GLORIOUS PIECES ! !
Tho petite Comody, entitled
Mr. MouBor,.MR. MARK READ
Betsy Baker, -- MIS3 F LOH EN ?E LAFOND
After which, tho laughablo Farce,
Two O'clock in the Morning.
Mr. Lullaby, with HOUR, .... MR. READ
Mr*. Lullaby,.MISS L.vFOND
To conclude with the
YOUTH WHO NEVER SAW A WOMAN
Father Phillip,.MR. SMITH
Collin, thc Youth, - - - - MISS LAFOND
S'S" Doora open at 7 o'clock. Performance
commenco at 8.
ADMISSION-Rosorvod Seats $1.00; Parquette
75 cents. Colored Gallery 50 centH.
Seats can bo secured at all tho Hotels.
Change of Programme each uveniug.
Steam Engine for Sale Cheap,
IN good working order. AIHO, Grist Mill
Machinery, at HUNTER'S MILL,
Nov 10 4*" Colombia. S. G.
State South Carolina- -Richland County'
IN THE COURT OF PRORATE,
tty William Hutton Wing, Judge of Probate
in Jlicltland County.
WHEREAS, John \V. Mcculloch hath ap?
plied to mo for letters <>f administra?
tion on the Estato of JOHN C. WALKER, late
of Richland, deceased.
These aro, therefore, to cito aud admo?
nish all and singular the kindred and cre?
ditors of tho saul deceased, to be and ap?
pear before me at a Court of Probate for tho
said Conni v. to be holden at Columbia, on tho
25th day of November, 1860, at 10 o'clock A.
M.. to show cause, if any, why the said admi?
nistration should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and tho seal of the
Court, this 1 Olli day of November, A. I).
1809. and in tho ninety-fourth year of Ameri?
WILLIAM DUTSON WIOO,
Nov ll -20 Judge of Probate.
IN pursuance of tho order for settling ostatea,
notice is given to all creditors to meet 8.
M. Derrick, Administratrix of Dr. HILLER'S
estate, at G J. DERRICK'S residence, on or
before the 'ittli ol' November, 180V.
Nov 11 5?
ALEX. Y. LEE,
Architect, Civil unit Kydra aile Kiitflncrr.
GEN EH AL Agent for the Slate or Smith Ca?
rolina for M.mle's Patent EARTH CLO?
SET. Nov 10
2POUND Cain?, warranted fresh and round.
50 dozen of thu above aro offered at
Applv at mv Auction Room,corner 1'lani and
Assembly streets. JACOB LEVIN.
Nov 10 3_
Can't be Beat-Choice Eamily Flour.
OA BBLS. just received from Kentucky,
OU and offered oheap.
Applv at my Auction Room, corner Plain and
Assembly streets. JACOB LEVIN.
Choice Segars-Genuine Mirabella,
WARRANTED No. 1, to be had at my Ancj
lion Ronni, corner Plain and Assembly
streets. JACOB LEVIN. "
Nov 10 :!
STOCK entirely new, bought low, and will he
sold cheap. Call and examino, at
W. D. LOVE A CO.'S,
Nov 10 Columbia Hotel Building.
SOMETHING new, for the house and street,
at W. D. LOVE A CO.'S,
Nov 10 Columbia Hotel Building.
TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION.
RICHARDSON'S LAW REPORTS, VOL. 15.
Richardson's Equity Reports, Vol. 14.
Being tho concluding volumes of tho Decisions
of the Supreme Court of South Carolina, un?
der tho old regime. Just published and for
sale by BRYAN + McOARTER,
Nov 10 Booksellers, Columbia.
Choice Wines and Liquors.
K f \ BASKETS and Cases Genuine CHAM
e_>U l'AGNE, Heidsiock.Lac D'Or and Carte
London Dock and Hennessy Brandies, Hoi
Harmony, Slurry, Claret and Southside Ma?
Warranted, and for sale by
Nov 10 E. ? G. D. HOPE.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
?/?^V I* y?u want fresh Norfolk OYS
S^yjyTEES, call at tho Columbia Uo
^Silfjjr House, where they aro kept cnn- '
H tant ly on hand, and sold low for cash. All
orders from tho country promptlv attended to.
Nov 10 JOHN D. BATEMAN.
CHAMBERS & BRYCE,
Cotton and General Com. Merchants,
COLUMBIA, s. c.,
(orr-r-A WILL buy or sell COTTON, or other
BaJajajaProdnco consigned to them for sale, or
HtSSLorderod to be purchased, at tho best
prices obtainable. Will make liberal advances
on shipments of Cotton to Charleston, Balti
moro, Philadelphia, New York or Liverpool.
Those offerug Cotton for salo will do woll to
call boforo selling. Ofiice at Campbell A
Jone?'. Nov 10 4
RESOURCES of thc SOUTHERN FIELDS
ANO FORESTS, including a Medical Bo?
tany of tho Southern States, by F. Pcyro
Porcher, M. D.
The Campaigns of General Forest and his
Cavalry, with u?aps, Ac, ?2.50.
Our Own Birds of tho United States.
Whero is the City ?-tl.50.
Truths Illustrated by Great Authors.
Europoan Vineyards, by Flagg.
Her Majesty's Tower, by Dixon.
Tho Story of William, the Silent.
Choap editions of George Eliot's, Reade's and
Thackeray's Novels, and many beautiful books
for children. For salo at
BRYAN A McOARTER'S
Nov 10 Bookstoro.
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoe?,
HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS,
Ladi M and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Call at JACOB STJLZBACHERS.
J4VHH T. SLOAN, .
(Formerly CXerkof ll?v?* of ?tpreatntat($efj
INVITES visit- t?,tho c?lf duringt ??Tr
week, (of whom he. recognise*- many old
frionda,) to call at tb o ot oto o' , ,
LEAPHART & SLOANS,
Whokaro ia store 150 bbhj, Wr?c.'Jy FAMILY
FLO Ult, from Virginia, Maryland and West?
ern States, embracing twelve different branda,
at prloe? ranging from $8.50 to $12 00 per bar?
100 barrels soper tnd extra brands, from $8.00
per barrel downwards.
To arrivo and now en route.
400 barreis euper, extra and Family Flour,
direct from the manufacturers, which they will
sell by SAMPLE, warranted to mu through ns
sampled, aud full treight guaranteed.
Barrels and packages Hecker's Self-raising
Barrels and bags Ne w-bulled Buckwheat.
Fresh ?iud choice Family Groceries.
Pickled Salmon, Cod Fish, Scaled Herrings.
Canned Fruits, Fish, Oysters, Lobsters,
Ch? ma. Sardines.
Freah Crackers, Cakes, Ginger Snaps -a va?
Dairy and Factory Cheese.
Pendle ton Manufacturing Co.'a YAllNS.
.'.DO lundi els primo Western Oats, (to arrive.'
LR A I'UART A SLOANS,
(?rocera, Commission Merchants and whole- !
salo Dealers in Flour and Grain, corner I
Main aud Washington s?rcete. Nov 10
Ibo National Watch Co.,
OF ELGIN, ILL.
Pronounced hy Watch
Maker*, Kal 1 ro-ul nn il Ex?
ema Urn, East and Writ.
io bc thc moi.! correct
l imo Kerpen made.
Atold ]iartlr:< who ad.
vertigo to send Watches
to I if of our mn Ur. Wo
furnish none for thu"
tiurpoKC. Thrre are 1ml
tatlont In market. To
pit (1KKC1SK KI.GLN
WATCHES, np dy to dealer* In your own locality or
.ts-wlii re. whom J iu know fO bc honorable..
Uasini.-H ?l?f.i r.nd 'onlcs Boom 160 ? Hil Lake
Street. Chicago, UL *~
n- Nov n nr,
PERSONS desiring to purchase Gne
^HBA young broke MULES, can do so by
^?^^Lcallinu at thu National Hotel Stabled.
Nov ? ?I THOMAS GAINES.
GLOVE Kid anil French Lust?
ing Congress GAITEltS. A new
lot of the latest stvle, at
Nov'.i J. MEIG HAN'S.
MRS. S. A. SMITH
INVITES the Ladies or Columbia and 1
atrnngera visiting the city, to call and exa- j
mine heraesortme.it of Elegant BONNETS and
HATS, open Till S DAY, at her rooms, over C. :
F. Jackson's st ore. Nov 0 4 j
BIIs Ii OF FASS .
MCKENZIES DINING SALOON
F O R
I. A 1) i L'S AND GEN TL EMEN , j
MAIN S TUE ET,
MK A II YUK Sf JCW STATE HOT, ?E.
OYSTERS SERVED UP IN EVERY
Nov 10 3 ICE CREAM.
Photograph Albums in Great Variety,
RANGING in price from 7."> cents to f 10 00.
Pocket-knives, Pocket-books, Writing
Casca, Writing Desks.
Family BIBLES, Pocket Bibles, Hymn
Booka, in various styles of binding, for tho
several denominations. Schools Booka, mis?
cellaneous Booka, Blank Hooka, Ac. Wo have
the above for salo in largo variety, al usual
prices, wholesale and rtu.nl.
DUFFIE k CHAPMAN,
Nov 9 Under Columbia Hotel.
HEISE'S DINING SALOON
(k^trfMN. opened for the Vjjaw
?rrr^V^^Slseason, willi choice HS^Bk.
OYSTERS, GAME, Ac, together with2BCS
everything that is Usually kept in a tirat class
Restaurant. Nov 5 7
AS wc have lost so much MONEY, lately,
?ont us through tho mail, hy persons or?
dering Duplicate Photographs from Negatives
in our hands, we hereby notify all parties
sending na money, that wo will not be respon?
sible for money sent us, unless it come s by
Post Oftico Order, Begiatcred Letter, or by
Express. WEARN A 111X, Photographers,
Nov C Imo Columbia, S. C.
NEW STORE?. NEW GOODS!'.\
|3?if?<| IN atoro, and lo arrivo. 10dv~?-^
Ii/;.}?! ?sacks LivorpoolSALT, 3U0 bar- M ? s.
<Ufc?t?rols FLOUR, various brands;JmMt?St.
500 bushela Corn, 50 barrels Whiskey, 10 cases
Champagno, Brandy, Rum, Gin and Wine;
English Ale and Porter, 50 boxes Chewing To?
bacco, 275 pounds Smoking Tobacco, 20,000
Segars, Sugar, Coffee, Ten, Rice, Potatoes,
Buckets, Brooms, Soap, Sugar Cured Break?
fast Strips, Dry Salted Side?., Butter, Cheese,
Pickles, by tho Dozen and Jars; Freah Covu
Oysters, Wrapping Paper, and everything
generally found in a first class grocery ; and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
1 have, for tho accommodation of my custom?
ers, a largo Wagon Yard and a House for them
to sleep in. Also, a large Moro Room for the
storage of cotton and other produce.
Nov 0 At Bryoo's Old Stand.
?re -_A. ja ii... - -1; - ~a
%XJL ts ?* C .?1.1 ir au duns
WE notify the public that the I
(Greatest Fair I
I will bc held at tho store of
THE COLUMBIA HOTEL.
He invites the company of tho entire popu?
lation of tho States of North and South Caroli?
na, and Georgia, in particular, and other sec?
tions in general, FREE OF CHARGE, to call
i and Inspect bis large and beautiful Btock of
I WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
' And other articles usually kept in a first
I da>jH Jewelry Store. *. Nov 7
We be? to inform oar friend?. viailin- Co?
lumbia, that we are with the IMMENSE DRY
GO OD H HOUSE of R. C. SHIVER, and wffl
be gratified io roc-i ve a call from iheiu. We
never have been in eo good a condition before
to aerve the interests of buyer?-tho stock
exceeding in amount, in beauty, in freshness
and in variety, anything of ihe kind \vt>h<t>u
ever handled. AH to price, we go beyond thin
market to compete, and will rill bill* in any 1
market, freight (added.)
. Henry Davin,
V T Miller,
C A Bedell,
F B Orchard,
R E Cameron.
J A Shiel]?,
W J Ramsav,
J Willie Folk.
J L Bank?,
F H Percival,
D E Stalnhker,
R I' Mavranl, Jr,
T P Turee,
W C Moore,
A C Sylvester,
Nov .j D L Prosaic^
Rich, Rare and Handsome.
LADIES, It. C. SHIVER has thc most su?
perb stock of DRESS GOODS ever opened
in thia market, at prices so cheap as to asto?
nish you. Call and soo them-bought with
gold at 30, they arc obliged to bo cheap.
Blue Ridge Railroad.
fTHUE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
I this Company will be held in Charleston,
at tho Mayor's office, on FBIDAY, thc 19th
instant, ut 12 M. Thu Board of Directors will
meet same dav. By order of tho Board.
Nov 0 W.'H. D'. OAILLARJ^Secretarv.
Oct 22 ?. IC- JACKSON'S Drug Store.
C. F. JACKSON,
I Agent for E. Uuttoriek.V Co.'a celebrated
PATTERNS OF GARMENTS
I F6r Ladies, Misses, Boys and
INSURE Y OUI
SOUTHERN MUTUAL INSURANCE
Georgia Home Insuran
POLICIES participate in profits, thei
premium. Protect the old homestead, al
J. H. & M. L.
SPECIAL LINE OF DRESS GOODS
0 vaneo on cost.
Special lino of DOMESTICS, purchase
Special line of SHAWLS, iu single, do
Special line of CLOAKS, in latest desi
Special line of FURS, iu River Miuk
I Special line of GENT'S FURNISHIN
CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, WIN
Price-? guaranteed as cheap as tho clio
1 are respectfully invited to call and exumi
I be to their advantage to do so.
j 4. H. & i
j Nov 10
?FIRE AND LIP
H. E. NICHOLS
33 st tatolislicd,
REPRESENT Companies eminent for
I DEALING, possessing aggregate arru mu
_SQQ , O O
W. D. LOVE.
THIS DRY GOO
W . D . LO
HAVING boen fully replenished, their large
Mumers, and to the irado, with suporior li
In DRESS GOODS, tho stock displays still gi
Arab and Egyptian SHAWLS of superior qui
Tho CLOAK STOCK is composod of tho late.
Ribbons, Trimmings, Luces, Embroideries ai
Cassimors, Cloths, Jeans and Tweeds, tho st
Prints, Brown and Bleached Domestics, Tick
have been bought lately at low prices.
Hosiery and iHoves, together with Jovin'a ?i
Carpets, Oil Cloths and Mattings, of all gradi
Anxious to build np a first class trade, wo kt
POPULAR PRICKS, and solicit a eal! from ali
1 Nov i
Three-My and Ingrain Carpeting.
BY D. 0. PEIX0TT0 ft SOW.
THIS (Thursday) MORNING, 11th instant, st
10 o'clock, we will nell, st oar auction room,
without any reserve,
500 yartla Three-Ply and Ingrain CARPET?
ING, perfectly new, regular ?tock and choice
patterns. Condition? oaeh. NOT ll
Flour, Boron, Lard, Mackerel, Eic.
BY D. C. PEIX?TT? & SOB!.
THIS (Thursday) MORNING, 11th instant,
alter thc salo of Carpeting, we will sell,
FLOUR, Eacon Sides, Shoulders, Mackerel,
Coffee, A Sugar, Oheeso, Candles, etc.
Conditions cash. Nov ll
C ?L TJ M B IA
Wholesale and Re?all
CEN?'S mmsA DOUSE,
Main Street, ned to Mr. R. C. SJiiver'*
Dry (roods House.
R, & W. C. SWAFPIELD.
WE have now on hand
[large and varied assortment/1
'of the above Goods, bought'
! low for cash, and will bo sold for that comino
! dily, at a small advance. Some of our Goods
I aro our own manufacture, and every garment
i wo have ru storo han been selected with great
j cure, nod will bo warranted.
IN nATS, we have always been the leaders.
Dealing extensively in them, wc are enabled to
I nell a single one or by the dozen at lees
I prices than smaller houses.
r, " In tho CUSTOM DEPARTMENT, we
|havo added to our already large corps of
.workmen a Cutter and a Tailor of large
experience iu their lino, recently from Paris,
and wc are thus enabled to make a style
of Goods superior to any Goods made in this
State. We have choice and varied patterns of
English and French CASSIMERES, and keep
up to the market iu Htyles.
Shirts, Drawers, Socks, Handkerchiefs, new
style Ties, squaro Neck Handkerchiefs, Trunks,
Valises, Shawls, Ac. Oot 24
Legier Bro.'s Lager Beer Brewery,
HA MB UR a, s. c.,
HAVE now ready and for sale, as good LA?
GER BEER as can be imported from Mil?
waukee, Cincinnati, or any other place.
Orders received at tho Columbia Hotel BAB
ROOM. _Nov 2 Imo
Axes! Axes ! !
-J f\ f\ DOZ. Boat Cast Steel, Warranted
JLvsvS AX KS, on hand and for sale low, at
wholesale and retail, by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
COMPANY, OP ATHENS, GA.,
ce Com'y, of Columbus.
oby efifectiug nu annual reduction of the
; tho least possible cost.
?. NICHOLS & CO., Agents.
U C E MENTS
just received and offered at a small ad
;d since the recent fall in cotton,
able aud Arab.
gns, manufactured expressly for ns.
:, Coney, Siberian Sqnirrol and Russian
DOW SHADES, ETC.
apest. Friends, and visitors to the oily,
ne our stock, as we feel ooufidont it will
?. L. KiHARD.
Ono Door South of Columbia Hotel.
& CO., AGENTS..
AGE, STA BILI TY and HONORABLE
?lated p.?Hets of nearly
O , O O O -
B. B. McCBEEBT.
VE & CO.,
stock of desirable goods is now offered to oou
idneements, in sh" lines of DBY GOOD8.
id Notions, ?n endless variety,
ock is unsurpassed.
ings, Stripes, Llnseys, Flannels, Blankets, An..
EKUiNE KID, for Ladioa' and Gent's.
RB and prices.
iop only GOOD GOODS, whioh will be sold at
visitors, and other?, iu want of Dry Gooda.
W. D. IiOVE & 00.,
Columbia Hotel Building.