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^TBtra^No^^ 18.-Th? latest
advices from Cattaro report tb? rebellion
ended and tbs eo_EUy q-.iot.
Tho festivities preliminary to thc in?
auguration of the Suez (Janal com?
menced at Fort Said on Tuesday. The
Emperor of Austria landed at noon, and
Was reooived by the Khedive with great
ceremony nod a magnificent military and
civic display. Houses wero decorated,
arohes raised over the principal streets,
and hnodreda of flags flying and salutes
exchanged between the fleet and shore.
At night the town and harbor wore
ubluzo with fireworks and illuminati OUR.
The streets were as bright as day, nil the
house-tops hoing covered with lighted
torches. Tho rigging of the men-of-war
and shipping in the harbor waa buug
with lanterns of every color, nod show?
ers of rockets were rising and falling.
LONDON, November 19.-Rio Janeiro
dates of the 27th have been received.
According to latest accounts, Lopez had
transferred his h end quarto rs and the seat
of government to Sun Joaquin. It is
reported that Lopez had killed hie
mothor, one brother aod other persons,
in consoquonco of suspicion that they
were engaged in a conspiruoy against hi?
life. The allies bad made no movement.
It is supposed active operations would
ha -tilt ?ouger deferred.
IsHA-iA, November 19.-Eugenio as?
sisted at the Catholic and Mussulman re?
Thirty-four steamers have arrived.
The shallowest point in the canal ii
nineteen feet. Tho trip of tho first de
taobment of the fl o ot, with visitors, wu:
made from Fort Said to this placo ic
eight hoars and a half. Four steainert
have just arrived from Suez-the South
ern termiuus of the canal-and mel
thoso from Port Said. The town, bank;
of the canal and vessels are illuminated,
and the night is given up to festivitici
HA YANA, November 19.-A commis
stoner of insurgents is at Carracas, en
deavoring to secure Venezuelan recogni
tion as belligerents, and thc privilege ol
root niling from the Venezuelans.
EVANSVILLE, IND., November 16.-.'
woman named Gilchrist and her eldos
BOD were found murdered in their owi
home, a mile nod a half buck of Troy
Perry County, Indiana, on Saturda;
evening, and two other children fearfull;
injured. The first alarm was given b;
tho husband and father, who says he lei
at 9 a. m. and did not return till night
when he fonnd his wife and eldest soi
dead and cold, aud tho younger child rei
scarcely alive. He says ho found ilinue
on the fire cooking, aud infers tho doe?
of blood was dono before noon. Thor
nra hints of suspicion uguiusb thu hue
band and father.
HUDSON, N. Y., Novemb'r 15.-A toi
rible boiler explosion occurred in Storm'
paper mill, at Catskill village, nt 11.3
o'clock this morning. The building wu
completely domolisheil, und several live
wero lost. It is impossible to tell, ti
present, the full extent of the dimstei
It .ts known that Mrs. Senrge Rranrio?
wife of tho engineer, was instantly killec;
and the fireman cannot bo found. It i
believed that they met with instantnm
ons death, and are buried iu tho mini
The explosion not only destroyed th
mill, but shuttered various buildings i
the immediate vicinity. Tho ice-hun.se
of Hiram Van Stecuburgh, adjoining
caught fire and were destroyed.
CHARLESTON, November 19.-Arrive
-Steamer Maryland, Baltimore; bar
J. E. Eaton, New York; brig Gamhei
Philadelphia; schooner Ida Richnnlsoi
Now York. Sailed-Steamer Dariel
Liverpool; steamer Prometheus, Phill
NBW ORLEANS, November 19.-Tl:
Times sayt*: Ou Wednesday night, ft
Ursin ZeriDgne, an eminent planter <
Parish St. Charles, wan brutally mu
dered on bis plant.tion, by a negro, wi
shot him through the heurt. M. Zerii
gue was universally respected throngl
out the County, and Louisiana loses ot
of her most prominent citizens.
The steamer Bavaria has arrived fro
Humour/, oringing 100 emigrants.
MON r- / ji KUY, November 19.-In tl
Senate, II .-till was introduced by a Sen
tor fro ai "-iel caa, to vacate tho municip
offices oi Mobile. The bill nuthoriz
tho Lien -. Governor, Spenker of tl
House and Attorney-General, to nppoi
tho M*i.?r aud Aldermen of Mobile,
hold for turee years. Tho Senator fro
Mobile denounced the hill, and said th
Mobile asked for no such legislatio
Resolutions were offered aud referred,
abolish tho Board of School Comm
sioners. This Board has full legislati
authority; passes bills and appropri?t
the school fund. A Senator said th
absorbed all tho funds, and kept t
schools closed. In tho House, n coi
mittue was appointed to confer with Ci
tain railroad presid?ate, in refereuco
freight on.irges that discriminate aguit
citizens of the Si ?U?; und n bill wu* i
trodnced to allow tho State end?rseme
of the bonds of the Mobile and Alahai
Grand Trunk Railroad.
Tbe river is rising rapidly.
Tho entries for tho State Fair aro
ready mimerons from different seotic
of the Union. The indications point
a very large nttendauoe.
ST. JOSEPH, November 19.-Theo<
vent was burned to-day, but tho in_u
TORONTO, November 19. A COII?B?
occurred on the Grand Trunk Uni I m
au engineer aud conductor killed.
NEW YORK, November 19.-Along
H ti de er., yesterday, thom was a viol
gale. A train on tbe Harlem Road \
blown down an embankment; one j
son killed and several hort. The i
gage, mail and exprese cars, with tl
co?tent*, were burned.
th* coal waa unfit totm9rf9iW^?lM???m
Higgins. r ..
WASHINGTON, November 19.-Intornal
revenas receipts today 8500,000.
In tb? Supremo Court, Chase ordered
that oases hereafter continued' tat this
term be.put at the font of the calendar
'of the next term. It ia understood that
cases so disposed of will be delayed
abont two yoors.
The Revenue Department has the fol?
lowing advices regarding illicit distille?
ries in Virginia: lu Bottetourt and Craig
Counties, iu the Gt ii district, several stills
were found, tho distillers arrested and
about 300 gallons braady seized. In the
8th district, a largo number of stills were
discovered aud parties arrested; in Rich
Mountain, two miles away from any road
or path, a number of stills wera seized
and a large quantity of whiskey, beer
and brandy confiscated. Supervisor
Embry, of Tennessee, reports that in
Anderson County, Edmondson, who had
been left iu charge of some stills and a
quantity of whiskey seized, \?aa attacked
aud overpowered l?y ? crowd of men,
sud the property was taken from him.
Counsel for the Government filed a
general demurrer, questioning Farragut's
crew's right to bouuty for capturing New
Orleans, and questioning the jurisdiction
of the Conrt as against the Uuited States.
General Butler has been arrested in
New York, oharged by Mrs. Florance, of
Now Orleans, with having taken three
swords, presented to General Twiggs by
the United States Congress, the States
of Georgia and Texas, valued at $3,500,
and a box of silver worth $2,000. Ile
claimed that tho swords had been de?
posited in the Treasury Department, bat
inquiry proved that suoh was uot the
case. Butler was held in $15,0.0 bail.
FINAVCUL AND COMMERCIAL,.
NKW YORK, Novomber 10-Noon_Flour dull,
and 5@10J. lower. Wheat dull, and 16?2o.
lower. 1'ork steady, at 37}. Cotton Arm, at
7 P. M.-Cotton closed dnll'and heavy: eales
2.000 bales, at 2566251. Flour dull, at a de?
cline during the dav of 10@15o.-superfine
State 4 706?5.G0; common to fair extra South
1 ern 5 40@6 10 Wheat dull, at noon's decline
-winter red Western 1.33@1 35; Illinois 1 28.
Corn in hotter demand-chieflv specnlativo
mixed Western 1 OSJ'gl.lO. Pork firmer, at
I firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard fli ut-kettle 18}?18J. Whis
! key firmer, at 1 11(91.12. Freights dull-cot
I ton steam 5-16@l. Government's closod
stroug. G2's 15j; Southern's generally dull; Ten?
nessee's 63}; Virginia's 50}@55; Louisiana's
65@66; levee's 59@G0; Georgia's 81; North Ca?
rolina's 4fl. Money closed easy, at 6@7, with
exceptions at 5. Sterling dull, at Q@9|. Gold
dull- closing at 2C?. Stocks closod unsettled
Ii AI.rt Mi IRK, Novomber 19 -Cotton quiet
middlings 2-1 j. Flour dull; biRh grades quar?
ter to a half lower; Howard street superfine
5.2">. Wheat active, hut not higher-choico
rod 1.336U 37. Corn firm-new white 97. Oats
dull, at 63?6tf. Ryo dull, at 95@1 00. Pork
firm, a? 32.50. Bacon firm, ut 15}. Lard firm,
CINCINNATI, November 19_Corn advancing
-03?95. Tobacco higher. Whiskey firm, at
1.02. Pork-no sales. Lard-kettle 17j.
LOUISVILLE. November 19.-Provisions firm?
er. Pork 30 OD. Iiard 174- Whiskey 1 03.
KT. LOUIS. November 19.-Corn huovant
new white 906393; primo old email@example.com. "Whis?
key 1.03. Pork firm, at 30.00 Bacon firm
shoulders 10}; cloar ?ides I9|@20.
CHARLESTON. November 19.-Cotton in good
demand but light stock; prices advanced 466J;
siles 325 bales-middling 24J6621-j; receipts
1,509; exports coaetwiic 4GG.
AronsTA, Novomber 19.-Cotton market !
opened finn, but closed onsior, at 231; sales to
dav 190 bales; receipts 730; eales or the week
2,910; rtcoipts 4 150; stock on hand 10,900.
HAVANNAH, November 19.-Cotton receinte
2 031 bales; exports 1,810; sales 200-middling
244: market firm.
MoniLE. November 19 -Sales of co'ton for
tho week 7.800 hales; sales to-day 1,400: mar?
ket firm-middling 24@244; receipts 1.114.
NKW ORLEANS. November 19 - Cotton active
and firmer, at 24@24$; sales of the day 5 100
bales; s'iles of the wuek 25,100; receipts 3.G50;
oxports 2.980. Corn soires-white 125 Bless
pork firmer-31.75. Bacon 174u620j. Whiskey
1 1G. Gold 27}.
LIVERPOOL, November 18-Evening.-Cotton
opened buovant, but closed firm-uplands
11$; Orleans 115; eales 12,000 biles.
PARIS, November 19.-Tho Bourse closed
quiet-rentes 71 and 75.
LONDON, November 19-3 P. M.-Consols 91.
HAVES, November 19.-Cotton opens flat,
but quiet-spot 138}.
LIVERPOOL, November 19-Evening.-Cotton
steady-uplands ll}; Orleans ll J; Bules to-day
10,000 bales; exnort and speculation 2 000;
Hales of th? week 75 000; oxports 11,000; specu?
lation 7.000; stock 420,000, whereof American
is 290,"00; receipts 53 000, of which American
?H 18.000; stock afloat 285.000, American 100,
000. Yarns and fabrics dull.
Exchange of Bonds.
OPFICK CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A A. R. R. Co.,
COI.UMUIA, S C., November 18. 18G9.
THE Siocliholders of tho Charlotte and
South Carolina, and the Columbia and Au?
gusta lttiilroad Companies in joint Convention,
July 8, D>69, having consolidated and autho?
rized ttie issuance by this Company of its First
Mortgago Seven per cent. Coupon BONDS, lo
bo used for thu purpose of retiring tho Bonds
of said two Companies, respectively, tho un?
dersigned hereby gives notice of his roadi
ness to make the Exchango of tin- BONDS.
Tho Coupon due January 1, 1870, will be at?
tached to tho New Doods. This issue of bonds
for the purp'iso designated, will amount t<
$1,200,000, which is equivalent to a lien ot onl>
about IG.0C0 per milo on this Company's road
of 195 miles. As a security, they are regarded
as biting better than any hcrotofore issued by
t ither of tho two Companion named, and ure
confidently commended as ono of the beet in?
vestments now offered in the S mtbern Nt ates.
Nov 18 O II. M*NS')N. Tre?Hnr. r.
Photograph Albums in Lreat Variety,
RANGING in price from 75 conte to $10 00.
Pocket-knives, Pocket-books, Writing
Cases, Writing Desks.
Family BIBLES, Pocket Biblos, Hymn
Books, in various styles of binding, for the
several denominations. Schools Books, mis?
cellaneous Books, Blank Books, Ao. Wo have
tho above for salo in large variety, at usual
prioes, wholesalo and retail.
DDFFIR A CHAPMAN,
Nov 9 Under Columbia Hotel.
AS we have lost so much MONEY, lately,
. sent e* thrusgb tho ???i!, by pmeuue or?
dering Dupl?calo Photographs from Negatives
in our hands, we hereby- notify all parties
?ending ns money, that we' will ?rot be respon?
sible for rooney sent us, ti als sa il oom? s bv
Posa Offlae Order. Register**! Letter, or by
Express. WEA RN A HIX, Photographers,
Nov C Imo Columbia, 8. 0.
:D WKMLI BX ras BOAAD OT TBAD
AwCto,^?n.r wte?'WT MoLABBES,Ouoa,57<tf62
BAOxviNO.Gunny 27?28 New Orl'nsl W?1 10
BASK HOT A ManiDCafcift LlWs. ? haa6O0*|7 oo
N\Y~orWes?IM0?16 ONIONS.#busl60@l 75
Burma, Norkuern @50 Oil,, Keroeene.g60(375
Country, $ lb.25?35 Machinery... .75?! 00
BAOO?. Ham*..JtBQMi POUXTRT, Ducks pr
Sides, # ?iv... ai<?)23 Turkeys....3 00
Shoulders... 18 &20 Chickens.20@20
BniCKS, $1,000 .. 0? 12 Geese.
OANDLKH, 8porm40?70 SPECIE, Oold 125?
Adamantine li)21 ? 25 Silver.1 22?
Tallow. 14@16 POTATOES, Iris76? 150
COTTON YARNI 90@2 00 Sweet, bus 1 00?1 20
COTTON,Strict Md?23} BIOE, Caroliualb8??09
Middling ...23 ? | East India
Low MicYrg, 22J? SHOT, $bag. 3 12?3 25
GoodOrduy,21 @ SALT, Livorp.2G0?2 75
Ordinary. ..81 ? BOAT, $Ib,.7i?ll
CHEESE, B.D.lb. 21?23 Sriurra, Alcohol,gi4 00
Factory.19?25 Brandv . .4 00@12 00
COFFEE, Bio, $D>22?26 HollndOin.6 00?7 00
Laguayra ... .27@81 Aim rican..2 0?@3 00
Java.37?40 Jam. Bum.6 00@7 0"
FLOUU.CO. 900@1000 N.E. "..20D?300
Northern.0 50@11 00 Bo. Whisky 3 50?4 50
GRAIN, Corn 1 40? 1 50 Mononghla2 50?4 00
Wheat_160?2 00 Rectified. 1 35? 1 65
Oats. 90?1 00 8UOAR, Crus'd, 18?@l9
Peas.1 50? 1 60 Powdered... 18??20
HAT, Nortli, iftowt. Brown.12?17
Eastern. STAiicn, $ ft... 9J?11
nins*, Dry, S)!bl2i?l8 TEA, Green IM 00?2 00
Greon.?8 Black.1 00?1 60
iNDtOO, Caro... 1? 1 25 TOBACCO, Chw.CO?! 25
LAim.^tt.20?25 8raoking,lb..50?l 00
LUMBER, Bds 100 f.l 50 VINEOAR, Wine,.70? 7?
Scantling. 160 Cider.60? 60
Shinglce,$U000..2 75 Frunch-1 25? 1 50
LIME, ZI bbl. 2 70?2 80 WINK, Chain. 25@32 00
MEATS, Pork, Dib. lfl? Port, $gal300@5 00
Beef.8?12 Shorry... S50?6 00
Mutton.12| Madeira...2 50?8 00
Report for Week ending Friday, Nov. 19,1869.
FHCENIX OFFICE. COLUMBIA, November 20,
1869.-COTTON.-The demand for cotton has
boon very brisk during tho past week, and all
that was offered was freely taken by pur?
chasers. The eales of tho week amounted to
367 bales, as follows: 26 at 23] ; 69 at 234; 83 at
23; 205 at 22 i ; 45 at 22}; 12 at 22}; 28 at 224;
12 at 22.
The Carolina National Bank is buying sight
exchange on New York at 4 per cunt, discount,
and soiling its drafts at par.
Tho following are buying rates of South Ca-1
rolina Bank Notes, prepared by Gregg,Pahmr |
ft Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camden_60
Bunk of Charleston.85
Bank of Chestor_13
Bank of Goorgotownl5
Bank of Nowborry.. .83
Bank South CarolinalO
State South Car. old,30
State South Ca. new,10
Farmers and Exchgo
So.Western lt.,old, 65
Planters and Mech. 90 |
HOTEL AUKIVAI.S, November 19. - Columbia
Hotel.- J B ESloan. F D Leo, W II Evans, M
Michell, M D, Thos Clvdo. W II Bradlev, Wm
L King, W B Oakes. Charleston; J C Bailey, L
Williams, Hobt McKay, H Beattie, Alex Mollee,
Greenville; J A August, W W Wash. D ltobeit
son, T S Fox, F Y Cooper, B J Bouknight,
Edgetield; L U May, N C; W II Hancock. Atlan?
ta; John H Shoolbread and lady. Gadsden; Z
W Carwile, Jr, J W Williams, J It Rondley, G
H Long, Newberry; M Adams, II W Adams, J
U Adams, John P Adams, ladv and ton, J
Adams, lt FBnlkeloy. W H Wand, T D Lomas,
E 0 Lomas, W W Entzuiinger and lady, Miss
M J Entzminger, Bichland; M 8 Stokes, J C
Hess. Philadelphia: E DcBei ry, S C; ll O Duke,
ltidgewav; B F Alford, Augusta; J T Hack
strom, Chester; J A Walker, Bock Hill; W B
Smith, II II Kimpton and lady, Now York; J E
Billop, TW Matthews, Baltimore; Mrs G A
Abell, Fairfield; J S Wlloy, Spartuiibhrg; P J
Cohen. New Yoik.
Nickerfon House-Mr and Mrs V Wallace,
J H Ouy, N C; T O Stone, Baltimore; A W
Funk, J C Bogers, E Perkins, Miss; W CKwaf
field, J P Southern, M L Kiuard, Wade H Man?
ning. Columbia; W J Farrow, Greenwood; Wm
C Dayton, Jr, NJ; E 8 J Hayes. Lexington: F
A Conner, Cokesbury; J O Davis, C ll Iii own,
C B Dyer, Robinson's Circus; J B Dawson,
Washington. D C; Mr and Mrs D M Porter, lt
B King, T B Gates. B F Angeli, N Y; W M
Fleming, wife and sister. Spurianburg; FQ
Williamson. C ft A K It; T W Ball, A H Left*
wich, J II Wharton, Baltimore, L O Neall, Lex?
ington; Mr Drucker, Charleston; A Darwin,
Clarendon; D B Jones, Augusta.
Central Hotel- John B Smith, Buck Crook;
Wado Fowler, Pea Bidge; R Lancaster, Poco
taligo; G W L Teague, Waterloo; M F Fowell,
Fort Mill; W Allen, Burnt Woods; W C Harri?
son, Monticello; D Aroon, city, W O Howland.
A Copeland, .Tavan Bryant, Spartanbnrg; T C
Galloway. N C; and 61 persons connected with
Stone ft Murray's Ciro us.
National Hotel.- W J Bramlett. E 8 Burn?
ham, WC Baily, G B I'ooreaW L Mouldin. K
H Bates. R L Rowden, Greenville; S W Srihle,
Honea Path; ThosC Andrews, Orangeburg; J
Batchelor, Charleston; J O Meredith, G ft C
R R; N G Osteen, Sumter: Miss Mary Jamen,
Miss Lizzio James, Miss Lizzie Bookham, Miss
Alico James, Miss Carrie Batos, JOH Bates, Jos
T Ramsay.jMaster Ramsay, J James, Wm
Jamos, Mijftf Jamen, Clarkson'*; A ilatnaav.
D ShepprS^?D Talbert, Edgeiiold; L L Guf
tln, C W ?HA Abbeville; ,T P Gerick, Gads?
den: J A S BsVs C; Wm Pitchford, Walhalla;
I) II USjflS ?VPlav; J B Feilere, S B Mullett.
PE? ?;v?l; J O Peoples, Mr? J P
Poole, JWT-PBBSSMS?O1O. Newberry: A F Pump?
kin and lady. Fairfiold; O P Wood and son,
Keidville; T T Parkor. Greenwood; Joseph F
Walker, Haltimore; A II Ellison. Oconee; Y S
Bobo, G M Pilhard, Cross Keys; P II Rogers,
Marlboro; J P Hart, Darlington.
Pare Dickson Cotton Seed.
WE offer for salo 300 bushels pure "Hickson
COTTON SELD." grown from seed ob?
tained from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford, Oa.,
last spring, and which were selected for his
Notwithstanding tho unprecedented dry sea?
son-which has continued for r everal luoiiths
wo have gathered, up to tho present timo,
from 1,500 to 2,450 pounds to the aero.
Prieu $3 50 for ono to live bushels; $3.00 for
(ive bushels or more.
OxFonn, Ga., November 4, 1869.
I do certify that I nold to Messrs. Buhard
O'Noale A Son, of Columbia, S. C., tomo of my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for planting
pnrpoces. They proposed to sell a portion of
what they ruined. Planters purchasing tho
Seed thov raise, may rely upon getting tho
Genuino Dickson St ed. DAVID DICKSON.
We aro Mr. Dickson's agents here, aud will
order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired
Price $5 00 from ono to five bushels, or f i.00 j
for five and upwards.
Nov 9_RICHARD O'NEALE ft_SON.
MORSONS IMF ROVED COTTON SEED.
GROWN from Seed purchased directly of I
Mr. DAvid Dicknou, in 1867, and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I will deliver the Seed, sacked in good order,
at tho Louisville Depot, South Carolina Ith.il
road. ut $2.00 per bush*!, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.60 per bushol, for all
amounts in excess of 6 bushels.
A. P. AMAH BR, ht. Matthew's, 8. C.
I respect fal ly refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who purchased Seed of mo last spring,
tor ii formation touching tho purity aud supe?
riority of the Seed, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Fort Mott?; P. M. Hon-.1
ser, Esq., and Wm. Faulting, Esq., St. Mat
[ tbew's; L. H. Beoktrith, Esq , Jamison's; and I
I Captain F. H. W. Uriggmann and W. B. Muller,1
Seq.. Oraugsbnrg Court House : sUcf Orange
, burg County, 8. O, A. P. A.
/?^jQlnfom? tba citizens o? Ooluti.br?
ff.'f Hud the surrounding country ge
.jBI'icraliy, that I have resumed my
iffisv ^tssW*uld ?esioes- again, iftcr ? ??pao
of tweut* y?ars, engaged in tb? manufacturo
of Iron, I a tn again back at my first Business,
thai of WATCH, CLOCK AMO JEWELRY<
where a full Stock of ail Gooda kept in & First
dann Establishment can be found. I shellu-e
my best eudeaTore to give satisfaction to all.
I hopa to receive a share of patronage. I shall
keep First Giass Workmen, and all work en
trusted to me will be warranted.
The Attention of Purchasers
Is respectfully called to tho
FOLLOWING LIST OF ('HEAP GOODS
To be found at
C. F. JACKSON'S.
IC ASE Boautiful POPLINS, at 37c.
. I do do DeLaine? at 'i'ic.
Large lot Worsted Shawls, SI 00 to $10.00.
Dross Silks, at very low prices,
Ladies' Cotton HOBO, good quality, at 121c.
Bed and White Flannels, 25o. and upwards.
Ladies' Linen Collars, at 10c. and upwards,
Linen Diaper, at $2 50 per piece;
Linen Damask, at 50. 75 and il 00 per yard,
Extra Quality Ladios' Euglinh lioso, at 50<:
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, 10, 124, 10},
20, 25c. to 15.00,
Men's Half lioso. 12, 20, 23, 35, 60c.
Ladies' Hats. 20. 2.0, 50o.
Good article Jeans, at 33$. 60o.
Extensivo stock of Ganai meres, for Men's
and Hov*' wear, at reduced prices,
Another Iuvoico of those beautiful drab Oo
verinc?, at low ra toe.
The attention .of the ladios is specially oallcd
to our unusually large assortment of Dross
Trimmings, of tho latent styles, and superb
Sash Ribbons and Bashes.
Nov 2_Th F. TArKSON._
Branch, Scott & Co.,
D\ l .cr.M IK
Flour, Grain, Provisions and
STOVALL'S EXCELSIOR MILLS.
Nov ia Snap*
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned mo*t respectfully
informs his patrons, and tho public in
_Lgeneral, that lie has received a (voil se?
lected assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry
and Clocks -amongst them the celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carved in Walnut
aud Oilt. SPECTACLES and Eyo-glasscs of |
every focus, to snit all eye?. Above-mentioned
articles will he sold at reasonable prices. Al)
work connected with this lino will bo executed
in the best workmanlike manner, and properlv
warranted. . A. W. WKHRHAN, "
Plain street, opposite Mr. Hurry's Furniture
Roorr.H. Oct 27
Great At tr actions
? 0 LU M 81A FAIR.
WE notify tho public that the]
will be held ut tbe nt.ire of
TUE COLUMBIA HOTEL.
He invites tho company of tho entire popu?
lation of tbo States of North and South Carob
ja, and Georgia, in particular, and other sec?
tions in general, FREE OF CHAROL, to call
and inspect his large and beautiful stock of
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
And other articles usually kept in a first
class Jewelry Store. Nov 7
Industrial Iron Works.
THE undersigned, having procured
>good tools, has commenced a general
_ Machine business, at the corner o'
Wayne and Gervais or Bridge streets, opposit
the" Greenville passenger ch pot, and is now
ready to receive orders for building and repair?
ing all kinds nf Machinery, buch as Steam Eli;
nines and Boilers, Circular Saw, Flour am
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing. Shaltiog and Pul?
leys, Cotton Proas Screws and Irons, Iron
Railings for Cemeterh s and Build lugs, Bridge
and other Bolts and Nuts of any de-tired sizes,
and Wrought Iron Forgings. Promptness
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERRICK.
Oct 30_ _ lnl?_.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
V,-^ BAGGING. R O P E, IRON
& *>?T1ES, BACON, Clear RibbcdggjS|
JSte4flH^siilf M und Shoulders. A choieeBg?MH
article Canvassed HAMS. Fumi:y Lard,*-T*
in barrels, kegs. 3 lbs., 5 and 10 lb. packages.
Choice Family Flour, in bbls and bags, with
iv tull assortment nf other grades. Liverpool
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 3, iii
bbls , halves, quarlors and kits. 8UGAH and
COFFEE, of all grades. TEAS, of all grades, j
Molasses-Muecovado. New Orleans and Sugar
House Syrup. Tobacco and Segars. Soap; Cun?
dios, in boxes and half boxes; Cheese, Crack?
ers, Tickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glass. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet, Monongahela. Rye and Corn Whis
kev, ami a varioty of other Une brundH.
WOODEN WA BK, Nosts Iron and Brans
Round Tubs, Pails, Churns, Rockets and Cans,
NailH, of alt sizes, Shot of all numbers. Cast?
ing, Tots, Ovens, Spiders, Skillets and Frying
Pans, of all sizes.
All the above named with many other arti?
cles has been recently purchased and Beleeli d
with caro and wiP bc sold low for cash. Give
us a eall. WELLS h CALDWELL,
Near tho S. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
next door tn National Hotel._ Got 10
-| f\C\ CASES Oysters, Salmon, Ixibator,
W t\J Poaches, Tomatoes and Preserves;
irrst- and foi salo low by_E. A O.J). HOPE
Axes ! Axes ! I
-j C\f\ r>OZ Beet C-iSt Steel, Warranted
IvyV./ AXKS, on baud and for sale low, at
wholesale and retail, by J. A T\_U. AGNEW.
KITS good Virginia BUTTER, for salo
low f?r cash._R. * O. P. HOPE.
Fire Dogs and Fenders.
AHANDSOME ASM.riment or Plain and
Fancv FIRE DOGS, SHOVELS ANO
LONGS. FENDERS, Ac, Ao., on hand and for
sale low bv _ J JfcT. H. AGNEW.
Potatoes and Unions.
rr f\ BBLS. Peach Blow POTATOES.
DU 5 bb!s. Northern ONIONS.
5<)0 bbls. more Cabbago Heads, same as
wers Uti ly on exhibition at the Fnrtctux offio*.
For sab- bv_GHQ HY M M KUM
C'A CASES, pints and quarts, pure Cali
D\J foruia CHAMPAGNE, mnch superior to
i he adnU-erated Wines imported from Fnrobe.
Outland for sale low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
SITUATED on Assembly street, nour the
North east corner of tho Market, ia now
prepared ie serra sp CYSTS" S in oV<jrj sty ie,
lo please the patrons of tb? Wn*?ee.
Karamea can be ?applied with Oysters either
on the shell or opener!.
The BAH it famished with the best of
WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.
A fino BOWLING ALLEY is attached to the
lin w.n. D. MoO Ul NN LS,
Nor 4 5* _Proprietor;
MRS. FLANIGAN respectfully
informs tho lachen of Columbia
and vicinity that she has received
and would offer for their inspec
tion a very snporior stock of Mil?
linery in BON NE IS, HATS, FEA?
THERS and FLOWERS, in ond
less variety, after tho very latest fashions,
and at tho lowest prices.
Dre es-makin g
Attended to, as usual, with an assortment of |
Trimming*. Pattern?. Ac. Oct 21
To the Ladies-Millinery.
MRS. C. rc. REED has open?
ed for inspection, tho finest and
most fashionable assortment of ?
?FRENCH, ENGLISH and AME
UICAN MILLINERY ever offered
in Columbia. CORSETS, HAIR,
niai.i or ornamented, at all prices;
an assortment nf clioap FANCY
JEWELRY, HATS, Feathers, real
Ostrich, Birds o? Paradiso, <fco. 1
wMl sell low everything in mv line. (Vt 17 9mo
J HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
a very large and desirable Stock of Fall and
Winter CLOTHINO, FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, Ac, whioh I am determined to offer
purchasers on thc most reasonable terms.
Oct IS WM. J. HOKE.
If ' U CTXl.gr*
JVexi lo Agnew'*; on Plain Street.
NOW on band and receiving tho largest
stock of FURNITURE OP EVERY DE?
SCRIPTION ever brought to tina market, con?
sisting in part of 50 Bed-room unit? in Maho?
gany, Walnut, Chounut and Painted-home of |
t hem at vory low prices.
DININO ROOM and PARLOR SUITS.
BEDSTEADS o? all kinds-Maple, Walnut
SIDEBOARDS and BUREAUS at all prices.
CHAIRS of evory description, direct from
I ho manufacturers, and at prices that cannot
fail to please tho closest buvers.
?*- All kinds of FURNITURE MADE TO
ORDER. REPAIRING at shortest notico and
in tho beat manner.
FUNERALS served with all kinds of Met alic
or Wood Coffins. M. H. BERRY.
Removed to New Store
Ttl Columbia Hotel TilocJc, One Door North
of Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
IS now receiving a very
t^ySryS 1 ar g c Fa 11 Stock, and is now
JKjll?Uiopen for inspection. The
4BnaJJLdL)stock will compiiao every
article usually kept in a first class house, auch
UH Hats, from tho lowest grade to iho finest
iilk heaver, Boots and Shoes in every stylo,
ind at prices to buit all, Trunk?, Valises. La?
lies' and Gents' Iicathor, Carpol and Cloth
Hand-bugs, School Sate!.els. Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors. I will bo happy to
receive a continuance of public patronage.
Tho attention of Wholeualo Buyers is soli?
cited. Call at sign of the big Boot and Hut.
Oct 3 _A. SMYTHE.
To the Public.
HAVING just returned from tho North,
with a NEW STOCK OF SUPERIOR
I GOODS, for the custom trade, I am pre
-pared to fill orders at ?hort notico and
n the very Htost stylSB. A better stock, in
ny line, has never been brought to thia city,
md hiving several competent workmen, I
guarantee satisfaction to all. Give me a eal!.
Sopt 18 C. D. EBERHARD ?.
V?'E take pleasure
in notifying our
friends "a II d the
public that we ha??
removed our Stock,
GROCERIES, Ac ,
to Old EXCHANGE
nearly opposite Cn
where wo will 1 ...
pleased to see a
lfTor them extra inducements in all artic;-1
?snallv kept in tho GROCERY, H A RD WA l<
md LIQUOR line. T. J. A H. M. GIBSON.
OsklS Old Rv change Bank Corner
BRINEY'S univrr-jal PLOWS.
Reynolds' universal Flows.
Muriet 's Sub-soil.
Ames*Turning, Sub-soil and Side-bill Eagle
For salo low, for cash, by
Oct22 FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
The Columbia Tannery,
J. P. THOMAS .Si CO., Prupilttora.
HIDES and SKINS bought, or taken in ex?
change for Finished Leather. Order?
or Loather promptly lilied. Apply at foot of
I .umber street, on tho Greeuvillo and Colum?
?S" For the purpose of engaging in tuc
ibovo hiibinoss, tho undersigned have, Un?
lay, August 28,1869, associated themselves at
[iopartnurs. J. P. THOMAS,
J. O. MOORS.
Oct 50 J. W. PA UK ER.
C F. JACKSON,
Agont for E. Butterick St Co.'s celebrated
PATTERNS OF GARMENTS
For Ladies, Misses, Boys and
m?\? \ BUSHELS prime old White CORN,
Vj\ 'wi'Tsalehy H. fe G. D. HOPE.
Logier Bro.'? Lager Beer Brewery,
HAMB URO, 3. C.,
HAVE now ready and for s tie, as good LA?
GER BEER a? can bo Imported from Mil?
waukee, Cincinnati, er suv other placa.
Orders rooeired at the Colombia Hotel BAB
ROOM. , Nov 2 Imo
~ ' Sheriff's Bale.
BY vi rino of ann dry writs ot fieri faeia* to
me directed, ? will ?ell, on tho FIRST
MONDAY, in Docember next, in front of tho
Court Hquae ia Colombia, within the legal
ONS BALE OF COTTON, i?vied on ns th?
property of Bastar T. Brewer, at tbs suit of
Gilbert Garner ?? al. vs. Haetar X Brower.
Terms cash. P. F. FBAZEE,
Nov 20jyn__ B.,B.O.
Fresh Biscuit and Crackern. < '
?*f\ BB CH and boxes Soda, Butter, Farina,
Ow Sugar, Lemon, Walnut, Ginger Cakes
and Snaps. _ E. tc G. D. HOPE.
STOCK entirely new, bought low, and wiU bp
sold choap. Call and examine, st
W. D. LOVE k CO.'8,
Nov 10 Columbia Hotel Building.
Choice Wines and Liquors.
fr (\ BARRETS and Cases Genuino CHAM
fJ\J FAGiNE, iieidsieoh, Lao D'Or and Carts
London Dock and Honnosey Brandies, Hoi*
Harmony, Sherry, Claret and Southside Ma?
deira Wines. . * ?
Warranted, and for sale by
_ N?.? 10_E. g G. 1). HOPE.
Oats-White and Black,
ASM ALL lot ol extra Black OATS, at $1.89
por bushel, to close consignment.
_FISHIER, LOWRANCE A F18HEB.
I TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION.
RICHARDSON'S LAW BEPOBTS, VOL. 15.
Richardson's Equity Reporte, Vol. 14.
j Being the concluding vol?mes of tho Decisions
: of tho Supremo Court of South Caxolina, nu?
der tho old regime. Just published and for
-ale by BBYAN * MOOABTEH,
Nov 10_Booksellers, Columbia. _
New and Beautiful Goods,
AND USEFUL too. A large stock now on
band of beautiful Toilet art iden, of no weat
style and quality, and at low pri?es, . PEB
FUMEKY, HAIR BBUSHE8, English and
French, hard and soft; elegant English Herd
Tooth Brushes, Infants' Tooth and Bair, i
Brushes, Turkish Bathing Towels and Gloves,
Toilet So-tpn in great variety and of the fl se st ,
quality, and very cheap.
Lubin's nowest EXTRACTS fur the handker?
KOBO and Violet Toilet Powder.
Fino Pomado for tho Hair. Hair Restorers
of every kind.
Dresning Combs, of French Buffalo Horn.
Fino Ivorv Combs, Metallic Back Comb*.
Cosmetics for the Complexion.
Gorman Cologne, Sachets in variety.
Puffs and Powder Boxes.
GIovo and Handkerchief Boxes. For sals nt
FIHHEK Sc HEINITSH'B Drag Storo, , ?
Barks, Pepsin, Cod Liver Oil.
FERRO Phosphorated ELIXIR OF BABE.
Forro Phosphorated Elixir of Bark with,
Ferro Phosphorated Elixir of Bark with
Wine of Pepsin for Indigestion, Dyspepsia.
Powder of i'epcin for WY ak Stomach.
Puro Cod Liver Oil for Consumption.
Chlorate of Potash Logenses.
Pectoral Fumigators tor Asthma.
Farinaceous Food for Infants.
Soluble Pyrophosphate of Iron and Soda.
Iodized Strop of Horse Radish.
Pastilles Digestive. Lie bur's Extract of'Beef
Vichy Saith. Cairs Feet Jelly. : x
Kissingen Water. Congress Water.
For salo by FISHER & HEINITSH,
Ort 80 t Chemists and Druggists.
COLUMBIA. SOUTH CAROLINA.
DNDKH THF. PATBONAOK OF
RIGHT KEV. BISHOP tTRCH
FOR Prospectus, pie ABO address
'THE MC TH CU HUPEKIOR," Ur
'saline Convent, Valle Cru cia.
Gibbes dc Thomas, Beal Estate Agents,
OFFER their services tothe publio as GEN?
ERAL LAND AGENTS. Will buy and eeU
Lands, and other property, on commission. No
:harg> ? until sab'8 ar? ofiectod.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
.Tan 19 WADE FTAMPTON OTRBKR.
UR, VV. H. TliTT'S
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S DELIGHT?
Vertotallo Liver Pills,
Improved Hair Dye, For sale by
Fob 27 Iv_E. E. JACKSON.
CO LU M B IA
Wholesale and Retail
GEM'S FUROTXG DOUSE,
Main Street, next to Mr. R. C. Shiver'*.
Dry Goode House.
R, & W. C. SWAPFIELD.
WE havo now on hand a .
[largo and varied assortmosttf
tot the abovo Goods, bought!
low for cash, and will bo sold for that comas*
lily, at a small advanoo. Some of our Goods
ITO our own manufacture, and every garment
ive have rn atoro bas been sclcotod with great
:are, and will be warranted.
IN HATS, we havo always been tho leaden,
Dealingoxtenf :"oly in them, wo are enabled to
.?, . une or by tho dozen at less
nriuos thon ?mailor houses.
In ir., CUSTOM DEPABTMENT, wo
(ra have added to our already largo corps of
_IQLworkmen a Cutter and a Tailor of largo
cxperisnco in their lino, rocently from Paris,
and wo are thus enabled to make a styl?
of Goods superior to any Goods mads io this
State. Wo have chnioe and varied patterns of
Eng loll and French CA8SIMEBES, and keep,
up to tho market in styles.
Shirts, Drawers, Books, Handkerchief*, nsw
stylo Ties, square Neck Handkerokii ?*, Trunks,
Vali"ea.JJlhawls Ac. Oct M
Breakfast Bacon and Smoked Beef.
C\f \(\ l'M Choice Breakfast B VGON,
GUW 200 Lbs. Prime Smoked BERK, for
?ll* hy_K. Aft. D. HOPE.
Tess" and Ooflfots, ,
SELECTED by an export-OUolooBt Bfoyons,
Hyson, Japan and English. Breakfast Teas.
Mooha, Old Government Java, Lagaayra and
nCmmojn. to choice Kio Ooffers. Prioea lowana
quality guaranteed., QBO. SYMMKR8,