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LONDON, November 25.-The comple?
tion of tho Sue? Cannl has seriously af?
fected freight*" via the Cape of Good
MADRID, November 25.-TheMiniator
of the Colonies to-day read in the Cortes
1 a draft of the constitution for Porto Rioo.
It forbids the discussion of any proposi?
tion for separation from Spain; pro?
claims oom plote religions liberty; gives
the right of suffrage to all who can read
and write, except slaves; places certain
restrictions on slavery; proclaims that
.laves have no rights, and oau only
acquire them by emancipation ; tho
question of slavery is reserved for a sub?
Republican deputies, who recently left
their seats will return to the Cortes next
HAVANA, November 25.-Lato de?
spatches from Turk's Island report snit
nteady and in good demand.
CHAntiESTON, November 25.-Arrived.
?hip Musoon gu B, Liverpool; barquo Ma?
ria, New Haven; brig Reushaw, Phila?
delphia; schooner F. H. Buckliu, Rock
Sort; schooner Minnie, New York; sehr.
Ilectrio Spark, Honduras, for New York.
Off the port-barque Hornbersnnd, Li?
verpool. Sailed-steamer Maguolia,
NEW OKLKANS, November 25.-Wm.
Schoof, firemau steamship Bavaria, fell
overboard and was drowned to-day.
The assessor for Talinferro and Wilkes
counties has been plnudered, and a uoto
left warning the assessor tokoep nwny.
RICHMOND, VA., November 25.-Tho
Republican State Convention to-day
adopted au address to Congress. It sets
forth that the election in Virginia was n
Confederate triumph, achieved by inti?
midation and fraud; Republican meet?
ings being in eomo instances broken np
by mobs. That tho truo secret of the
Republican defeat was the submission to
a separate voto of the test oath and dis?
franchising clauses, which had been in?
serted in the constitution in the spirit of
the Reconstruction Acts. That the con?
vention have the greatest confidence in
tho Republicanism and statesmanship of
the President and a majority of Con?
gress, but that they were deceived us to
the true state oi affairs in Virginio. That
the present Legislature is disloyal and
illegal, and even if it re-ratitied tho fif?
teenth amendment, will enact such edu?
cational aud property qualifications UM to
entirely destroy the influence of colored
suffrage and prevent colored voters from
either holding office or sitting in the
jnry-box. The address asks Congress to
order a new election, with tho constitu?
tion submitted as a whole, aud to sond a
military force sufficient to protect the
Republicans in their rights, or to require
the beet, oath of members of the L?gisla?
ture, and to award tbe seats of members
unable to take it to those eligiblo oppo?
nents who have received tho uext high
eat vote. The Address was signed by six
ont o? eight ol the committee appointed
to prepare it. The other two members
supported a substitute, asking Congress
for the immediate admission of the State,
and at the same time to exact guarantees
. that every citizen shall enjoy every right
under the Federal and Stato Constitu?
tions. The substitute was defeated and
the original address adopted by a vote of
123 to 21.
A series of resolutions were adopted,
endorsing Grant's Administration aud
pledging support to it; requesting tho
President to moke Federal appointments
in Virginia only on recommendation of
Republican members of Congress from
the State, or tho Stuto Central Commit?
tee; rejoicing io the reduction of tho
national debt aud the approaching re?
sumption of specie paymeut; deprecating
the appointment of conservatives to
offlco over Republicans, and endorsing
Republican membors of the Legislature.
A number of the members afterwards
complained that fair play was uot shown,
and withdrew when they signed the sub?
stituto; which will be forwarded to
Washington. Among the bolters are the
Republican members to Congress und
several other prominent men.
A Washington special to the New York
Tribune, says Admiral Porter has now
got our navy into a condition that will
render it dangerous for Spain to attempt
any reprisals, in case tho guu-boats aro
for any reason withheld.
CHICAGO, November 25.-The Red
River rebels have taken possession of the
Hudson Bay Company's stores.
CLEVELAND, November 25.-Henry
Ward Beecher has been elected President
of the Woman's Suffrage Convention.
OTTAWA, November 25.-The com?
manders of volunteer organizations aro
tendering their services for tho Red
WASHINGTON, November 25.-Gustavus
A. Smith, of Alabama, hos bean appoint?
ed Collector of Internal Revenue for
$400,000 was subscribed last night for
the InternatioRQ' Fai:
Webster, son-in-law of tho Secretary
of State, is counsel for Spain, iu tho
matter of libelling tho Spnish gun-boats.
There is no doubt here thut Fish is hos?
tile to any action of tho Government
favoring the struggling Cubans.
A nearly white negress has heon smug?
gled into a public school for whites; tho
question of her expulsion causes much
excitement, and will force tho school
authorities to act on the question.
Gen. Terry has a despatch for detach?
ments of troops to protect revenue
officers in Wilkes aud Tuliaferro coon lies,
In the Supreme Court, tho caso of
Pitzer Miller vs. Larken McKenzie and
others, for seizure and destruction of
cotton, the defendants below pleaded
that they were State soldiers, and acted
under instrootions of the Governor of
Mississippi. Under instructions of the
Court below, a verdict was rendered for
defendant^; from this. Pitzar appeal?.
The decision ?ePrewerW* ?fr* **ZF5
Commander Seely, of the steamer
Pawnee, for crnolty to seamen, has been
sentenced to four years suspension from
da ty. on furlough pay.
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL,.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., November 25.-Sales
of cotton to-day about 100 bales-mid?
NEW YORK, November 25-Noon.
Money 6@7. Sterling-long; 8%; short
9}?. Gold25>?. G2'H15>?; Tennessee's,
ex-coupons, 59; new 51% ; Virginia's, ex
coupons 50; new 52)^; Louisiana's-old
G5K; new 60; levee's 68<@79; Alabama
8*?92J?; 5'S60' Georgia G'S 81; 7's 93;
North Carolina's-old 4A%\ new 33?^;
South Carolina's-new 65^. Flour
rather more steady. Corn dull and de?
clining. Pork dull, nt 33.50. Cotton
steady at 25. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton opened steady, but
closed dull nnd declining; salea 3,000
bales, at 25. Flour a s?melo firmer and
fair demand-superfino Stato firstname.lastname@example.org;
common to fair extra Southern 5.30(3
G.00. Wheat u shade firmer and mode?
rato demand-winter red Western 1.33@
1.38; Illinois 1.23. Corn a sbndo easier
and rather moro doing-mixed Western
email@example.com. Pork heavy, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lard a shndo easier-kettle 19@19}?.
Whiskey closed firm, at 1.02@l.()4.
Freights declining-colton steam 5-16.
Money quiet and easy, at 5@7. Sterling
dall, at 8??@8%. Gold heavy, at 24^.
Governments, in sympathy with gold,
declined, but closed steady. 62's l^'.i;
Southerns heavy and declining.
BALTIMORE, November 25.-Cottou
quiet-middling 24%. Flour in better
demand. Wheat active, nt email@example.com.
Coru firm-new white 90@95; old 05(a)
98. Oats 55@58. Rye firm, nt firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pork quiet, nt email@example.com. Bacon
quiet. Whiskey firstname.lastname@example.orgG.
LOUISVILLE, November 25.-Corn
stead v. at 85. Provisions very firm.
Pork'32.00. Lard 18. Whiskey 1.18.
CINCINNATI, November 25.-Corn ad?
vancing and scarce, with but littlo in
market-old 85. Whiskey drooping, at
98. Pork unchanged. Lard 18@18J?.
ST. LOUIS, November 25.-Coru de?
clining-new mixed 73; now whito 87;
primo to choico old whito email@example.com.
Whiskey 1.05. Pork dull, nt 30.00.
Sugar-cured hams 21.
CHARLESTON, November 25.-Cotton
quiet but steady; sales 350 bales-mid?
dlings firstname.lastname@example.org,; receipts 1,462; exports
At GUSTA, November 25.-The cotton
runrket opened with a good demand, at
23I?, but closed easier; sales 650 bales;
reoeipts 918-middlings email@example.com$.
SAVANNAH, November 25.-Cotton re?
ceipts to-day, 2,336 bales; exports 1,410.
No market, ou accouut of being thanks?
NEW ORLEANS, November 25.-Cotton
dull and %a. lower-23?^; eales 1,800
bules; receipts 4,215. Flour easier, at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork scarce and firm, at
34.00. 8ugar-prime 12. Molasses
prime 62@C5. Whiskey 1.12 <?. Coffee
quiet and firm-fair 15@15jk; prime
LONDON, Novcmbor 25-Noon.-Con?
sols 93>8. Bonds 83??.
Specie decreased in Paris 13,000,000
francs, and in London ?161,000.
PAMS, November 25-Noou.-The
Bourse opens quiet-rentes 71 and 55.
LIVERPOOL, November 25-Noon.
Cottou steady-uplands 11??@11^?;
HAVRE, November 2").-Cotton closes
quiet-ires ordinaire on spot 134}^.
LIVERPOOL, November 25-Evening.
Cotton closed steady-uplands 11)4', Or?
leans 11J6; sales 12,000 bales; export and
A f \ OUATES choico Mountain APPLES;
T:\Jf packages small and suitable for fami?
lies, for salo low by
D. O. PEIXOTTO A BON,
Nov 21 2 Commission Merchants.
Cheese ! Cheese ! !
pr f\ POXES Factory and Goshen Cheese,
t)U just received and for salo low bv
Nov 24 IlJLEl RJ ?5^W'_
HEISE'S BINING SALOON
_i_IS OPENED for tho?^^
SEASON, with choico MBBV
OYSTERS, GAME, Ac, together with .l3U2E
everything that is usually kept in a hist class
Restaurant. Nov IC
Oak Bark! Oak Bark!
WANTED, at tho Columbia Tannery, 100
Cords OAK DARK. Apply to
J. P. THOMAS A CO.,
Nov 23 Columbia, 8. C.
Industrial Iron Works.
THE undersigned, having procured
?good tools, has commenced a general
Machino business, at the corner of
Wayne and Gervais or bridge streets, opposite
tho' Greenvillo passenger depot, and is now
ready to receive orders for building and repair?
ing all kinds of Machinery, such as Steam En?
gines and boilers, Circular Saw, Flour and
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, Shafting and Pul?
leys, Cotton Press Screws and Irons, Iron
Railings for Cemeteries and buildings, Bridgo
and oilier Rolls and Nuts of any desired sizes,
and Wrought Iron Forgings. Promptness
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERRICK.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
-* RAOOINO .ROPE, IRON
3- J? TIES, BACON, Clear Ribbed dggfl
fffiS^Sides and Shoulders. A choieeB^JH
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,T1"""
in barrels, kegs. 3 lbs., 5 and 10 lb. packages.
Choico Family Flour, in bbls. and bags, with
a tull assortment of other grades. Liverpool
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel - Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in
bbls., halves, quarters and kits. SUGAR and
COFFEE, o? all grados. TEAS, of all grades.
Molasses-Muecovado, Now Orleans and Sugar
Houso Syrup. Tobacco and Sogars. Soap; Can?
dles, in boxes and half boxes; Cheese, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glass. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet, Monongahela, Rye and Corn Whis?
key, and a variety of other fine brands.
WOODEN WARE, Nests Iron and Rraes
Round Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Cans,
Nails, of alt B?ZCB, Shot of all numbers. Cast?
ing, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Skillots and Frying
Pans, of all sizes.
All tho abovo named with many other arti?
cles has boen recontly purchased and selected
with cara and will be sold low for cash. Oive
ns a oall. WELLS A CALDWELL,
Near the 8. C. and G. and 0. Railroad Depot,
next door to National Hotel. Oct 10
>\\ iM i.. ). f.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
everything Sold Cheap.
BEST Bleached and Brown Homespuns, at
13} rontn. to be found h, thia city.
Reduced In Prices.
NOW 18 YOUR CHANCE TO GET'CASSI
AT C. V. JACKSON'S.
90 Barrel* Western FLOUR, soper, ex?
tra and family.
2,000 pounds Finn Feed.
Bost Orange County Butter, Dairy and Fac?
tory Choose, Saur Kraut, Mineo Meat, (some?
thing nice.) Brandy Fruit?, Jollies-assorted
Canned Tomatoes, Peaches, Salmon, Cove
Oysters, Lobsters. Sardines., Dedicated Cod
Fish, Fulton Market Boef, Pickles, Salmon,
Bay Mackerel, etc., etc.
Nov 20 LF.APHAKT A SLOANS.
To the Puhlic.
OWING to a contemplated change in my
business arrangement?, it is absolutely
necessary that all persons who bavo been
favored at my establishment, should vit lo up
promptly. This not icu is applicable to ono
and all. T. M. POLLOCK,
Nov 23 Of tho "Pollock House "
BORNEO,GUNNY, DUNDEE and DOUBLE
10.000 yards of thc above for sale at lowest
market r?t. ?. E. ,V G. I) HOPE.
ONE 7 and ono tl Octave PIANO.
Also, Tuning and Repairing r?a?
nos, Melodeons ar.d Organs. Or?
ders left at my residence. Taylor street, near
tho Charlotte Depot, will meet with prompt
attention. JOSEPH DENCE.
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoe.s,
HATS, CAPS, UMBU ELLAS,
Ladies und Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Call at JACOB SULZBACHER'S.
S)f\f\ EXTRA largo seamiest Sacks of
t?\J\J Liverpool SALT, now in ?toro on
consignment, and odored at low rates.
Novll_ R. O'NEALE & HON.
To the Public.
---. 200 SACK8Liverpool SALT, standard
!<\XVjweight, which we oller at low figures.
taf?M 300 ?;t)ls. FLOUR, of all grades, which
wo will soil to dealers and at retail, au low as
tho market will afford.
New BUCKWHEAT-very choice.
Wo have also just finished a large and com?
modious Warehouse, for tho purpose of stor?
ing Cotton, which we will store and sell for
our friends. CAMPBELL A JONES,
Nov 20 A few doors above PHOSIX Office
THE groat SOUTHERN TONIC and Invigo
rant, is for sale by Dn. C. H. MIOT,
Nov 21 Druggist. Columbia, S. C.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
IF you want fresh Norfolk OY8
,SJ(/TER8, call at tho Columbia Ice
Houso, whoro thoy aro tcpt con?
stantly on hand, and sold low for cash. All
orders from tho country promptlv attended to.
Nov 10 _JL)HNJ) BATEMAN.
Brinkley's Family Knitting Machine,
DR. J. W. THOMA8, Agont. Abbeville. S. C.
Will re?oive orders for Machines from all
territory unallotted to special agent?. Price
$30. Nov 12 2mo*
Bond and Stock Broker,
BUYS and sells BONDS, STOCKS. COU?
PONS, BANK BILLH, Gold and Silver
COIN. OQlce-Columbia Hotel Building, Main
street. Nov 3 t2mo*
Logier Bro.'s Lager Beer Brewery,
H A M JJ U Ii G, S. C.,
HAVE now ready and for salo, as good LA?
GER BEER as can be imported from Mil?
waukee, Cincinnati, or anv other place.
Orders rocoivod at the Columbia Hotel BAR
ROOM._Nov 2 l_mo
Guns and Ammunition.
^^0* I respectfully inform my
^^^2 friends and tho public in general
j^^^Sswthat I have just received a fine
w ^assortment of DOUBLE AND
SINGLE-BARRELED GUNS, Breach-loading
Guns, Himple make, from the best Etirorean
manufacturers, Ropeatcrs of all descriptions,
Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches, Caps, Powder.
Shot and Cutlery, which I offer to sell at rea?
sonable prices. Gnnsmado toordt r. Repair?
ing done and warranted at short notice.
Novjil_P. W, KRAFT. Main street._
TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION.
RICHARDSON'S LAW REPORTS, VOL. 15.
' Richardson's Equity Reports, Vol. 14.
being the concluding volumes of tho Decisions
of tho Supremo Court of South Carolina, un?
der tho old regime. Just published and for
ealoby BRYAN * McCARTER.
Nov 10 Booksellers, Columbia.
AS we have lost so much MONEY, latel>,
sent ns through tho mail, by persons or?
dering Duplicate Photographs from Negatives
in our hands, wo heroby notify all partien
sending UH money, that we will not he respon?
sible for money sent us. unless it com? s by
Post Offico Order. Registered Letter, or by
Express. WEARN A ?IX, Photographers.
Nov fi Imo Columbia. S. C.
Dupont's Gunpowder Agency.
* FULL supply constantly on hand, of all
rx. grados, in Wholo, Half and Quarter Kegs
and Canisters, for sale low to tho trade aud
consumers-also, Drop and Back SHOT, Per?
cussion CAPS, Gan Flints, Ac, for sala low,
by J.AT. P.. AGNEW.
.?. f. ?.rt: . .
OTT DFL STOCK
Complete in all Departments,
110UO1IT AT LOW ;T.icr.fi.
STILL GREATER INDUCEMENTS
OFKKHLD TO TllK
Trade and Consumers
W. D. LOVE & 00.,
W. D. LOVE, Columbia Hotel Dailding.
13. 1). McCREERY.
DR. G. W. J. SHEPHERD
_____ WISHES to call tho attention
^jMatf^ "f tho Citizens of Columbia .md
(jyCE^uyS^ vicinity, to Horns' Patent,
^jIITr inserting Artificial Teeth, which
prevents them from being thrown out of tho
mouth in sneezing or coughing-there hoing
no plato in tho roof of tho mouth. Teeth ex?
tracted absolutely without paiu by tho uso of
Nitrous Oxide, ( laughing gas. ) Ail other ope?
rations carefully performed in thu best man?
ner. Office over Ola/.o's Jewelry establieb
menl. opposite Miot's Drugstore.
DU. ii. li. EATON, Assistant.
Nov 12 Imo!?
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY IS IT Tin: BEST!
" - . j||^^^^*Jy^r|ffi Machine.* It uses
It sews Starched
T^rW^iJw' . ^ Gooda as well as
V7*^ ' I'nstarched. It
sows the most delicate, thin, sott fabric with?
out drawing. It sews a Bias Seam as well as
any other. W. O. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
Nov 21 4mo S >lo Agents.
Branch, Scott & Co.,
A UGUS TA, GA.,
Flour, Grain, Provisions and
ST0V ALL'S EXCELSIOR MILLS.
Nov 12 Hmo*
RESOURCES of tho SOUTHERN FIELDS
AND TO RESTS, including a Medical Bo?
tany of tho Southern ?tates, bv F. Tovrc
Porchor, M. D.
Tho Campaigns o? General Forest and his
Cavalrv, with Maps, Ac, 12.80.
Our Own Birds or tho United States.
Where is the City ?-$1.50.
TruthB Illustrated by Great Authors.
European Vineyards", by Flagg.
Her Majesty's Tower, by Dixon.
Tho Story of William, the Silent.
Cheap editions of George Eliot's. Reade's and
Thackeray's Novels, and many beautiful books
for children. For sale at
BRYAN A McC A BIER'S
Nov 10 Bookstore.
Photograph Albums in Great Variety,
RANGING in price from 75 ecntB to $10 00.
Pockct-knivtH, Pocket-books, Writing
Cases, Writing Desks.
Family BIBLES. Pocket Bibles, Hymn
Books, in various styles of binding, for tho
bcvoral denominations. Schools Books, mis?
cellaneous Books, Blank Books, Ac. We have
the above for salo in largo variety, at usual
prices, wholosalo and retail.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Nov 9 Under Columbia Hotel.
Pure Dickson Cotton Seed.
WE offer for salo 300 bushels pure "Dickson
COTTON SEED," grown from seed ob?
tained from Mr. David Dickson, Oxford, Ga.,
last spring, and which ?'uro selected for his
Notwithstanding the unprecedented dry sea?
son-which has ooutinuod for roveral months
wo have gathered, up to tho present timo,
from 1,500 to 2,450 pounds to tho aero.
Prico $3.50 for ono to five bualiels; $3 00 for
fivo bushels or moro.
Oxvoni), Ga., November 4, 18C9.
I do certify that I sold to Messrs. Richard
O'Noalo A Son. of Columbia, S. C., some of my
choice improved Cotton Seed, for planting
purposes. They proposed to sell a portion of
what thoy raised. Plauters purchasing tho
Seed thev raise, may rolv upon getting the
Genuine Dickson Si cd. DAVID DICKSON.
Wo aro Mr. Dickson's agents here, and will
order Seed direct from Mr. Dickson, if desired
Price $5 00 from ono to fivo bushels, or $1.00
for five and upwards.
Nov 9 RICHARD O'NEALE A SON.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED.
("1 ROWN from Seed purchased directly of
X Mr. David Dickson, in 1807. and carefully
preserved from mixing or adulteration with
I will deliver the Seed, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Rail?
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount un?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.50 per bushel, for all
amounts iu excess of 5 bushels.
A. P. AMAKER, St. Matthew's. S. C.
I respectfully refer to the below named gen
' (lenten, who purchased Seed of mo lust spring,
tor ii formation touching tho purity and supc
rioritv of the Seod, to wit: Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Tabor, Fort Motte ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq.. and Wm. Paulling, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's ; L R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison's; and
Captain F. II. W. Briggmann and W. B. Muller,
Esq.. Orungcburg Court House ; allcfOrange
bnrg County, 8. C. A. P. A.
Nov 3 _ _ _)mo*
Potatoes and Onions.
~r\ EBLB. Poach Blow POTATOES.
DU ? bbls. Northern ONION8.
500 bbls. more Cabbago Heads, samo aa
were lately on exhibition at the PICCNIX office.
For salo by GEO. SYMMER8.
?OOTT, W--H.L-?AM? & CO.,
Bankers ?nd Brokers,
HAVE opened their new Banking Honan,
adjoining tho Court Houso lot, ' where,
with evory facility for an oxtoimivo business,
they Bolicit a continuance and jncreast of pub?
Having no charter, the members of the Brm
are individually Hablo for their contracts; while
the citent of tho capital at their command,
and the personal management of the Colum?
bia partners, will ineure their customers fair,
aafo and liberal treatment in every transac?
tion. In addition to the usual business of a
bank in tho discount of Noten and Drafts, tho
?iurchaso andsalo of Exchange, tho receipt of j
)eposits Ac, they deal largely in Stocks,
bonds. Coupons, Spccio and batik Bills, both
on their own account and ou commission for
Tliey allow interest on dejiosits according to
agreement, and givo special attention to Col?
lections, remitting promptly when paid.
Tho mn of a large and seenro vault ia offer?
ed to their friends for the safo-kooping of spe?
cial deposits, without charge.
EDWIN J. SCOTT,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
Nov 10 fimo HENEY E. SCOTT.
WJULD respectfully inform his friends
and patrons that ho has on hand tho
largest stock of Goods, in his lino, brought to
Columbia sinco tho war, which will bo sold at
New York retail prices. Examino my stock,
bet?re purchasing elsewhere, and I am posi?
tive Jon will bo repaid. My stock consists of j
?'ino English, Swiss and American Gold
and Silver Watches, American and Imported
Jewelry. Silvor Ware, Cutlery, Fairchild Dia?
mond Pointed Pens, French and American
Clocks. Largo assortment Fino Musical In?
struments; Gold, Silver and Stool Spectacles,
and many othor articles too numerous to men?
tion. Hair Jewelry made to order.
None but first-class gooda kept on hand.
To the Public.
Cgg I WOULD RESPECTFULLY
/^nn^Qinform tho citizens of Columbia
ir. / jBS&aad tho surrounding country gc
(cJv ?^Haner*h>y, that I havo resumed my
*.fia^???fi?a|*old UuHincHH again, after a lapue
of twenty years, engaged io the manufacture
of Iron, I am again back at my firm Business,
that of WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY
where a full Stock of all Goods kept in a First
Class Establishment can bofound. I shall iw
my best endeavors to givo satisfaction to all.
I hope- to recoivo a sbaro of patronage I shall
koep First Class Work nu n, and all work en?
trusted to mo will bo warranted.
Nov_6 WILLIAM OLAZF^
J HAVE JU ST RECEIVED AND OPENED
a very largo and desirable Stock of Fall and
Winter CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, .V.o., which I am determined to offer
purchasers on tho most reaaonablo terms.
Oct 13 WM. J. HOKE.
Next lo Ay nero's, on Plain Street.
NOW on hand and rccoiving tho largest
stock of FURNITURE OF EVERY DE?
SCRIPTION ever brought to this market, con?
sisting in part of 50 Red-room suits in Maho?
gany, Walnut, Chosnut and Painted- tomo of |
[hem at very low prices.
DINING ROOM and PARLOR SUITS.
BEDSTEADS of all kinds-Maplo, Walnut
SIDEROARD8 and RUREAUS at all priceB.
CHAIRS of evory description, direct from
tho manufacturers/and at prices that cannot
fail to please tho closest buvera.
SOT AU kinds o? FURNITURE MADE TO
ORDER. REPAIRING at shortest notice and
in the best manner.
FUNERALS served with all kinds of Metalic
or Wood Coffins. M. H. BERRY.
Oct '24 __
C. F. JACKSON,
Agent for E. Butterick A Co.'s celebrated
PATTERNS OF GARMENTS
For Ladies, Misses, Boys and
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned most respectfully
informs his patrons, and the public in
_Lgeneral, that ho has received a well se
[?ct?cf assortment of fine Watches, Jewelry
and Clocka-amongst them tho celebrated
German CUCKOO CLOCKS, carvod in Walnut I
and Oak. SPECTACLES and Eyo-glaiees of ]
every focus, to auit all eyes. Above-mentioned
articles will bo sold at reasonable prices. Ail
work connected with this lino will bo executed
in the liest workmanlike manner, and properlv
warrauted. A. W. WEH RH AN, "
Plain street, oppoaito Mr. Borry'a Fnrnituro
Rooms. _ Oct 27
WE tako pleasure
in notifying our
friends a n d tho
public that we have
removed our Stock,
GROCERIES, ?tc ,
to Old EXCHANGE
nearly opposite Co
whoro wo will be
pleased to seo and
offer thom extra indncomonts in all articleB
nsuallv kept in tho GROCERY. HARDWARE
and LIQUOR lino. T. J. A H. M. CIRSON,
Oct 15 Old Exchango Rank Corner.
Buckwheat and Syrup,
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
Golden Drip SYRUP. For sale bv
Oct 23 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Fire Dogs and Fenders.
AH AN USO ME Assortment or Plain and
Fancy FIRE DOGS, SHOVELS AND
1ON?8, FENDERS, Ac, Ac, on hand and for
.ale low, by J. A T. B. AGNEW.
BY virtue of landry writs of fieri facias, vm
me directed, I will sell, on the first MON?
DAY in December next, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within tbe legal boura,
Al! that valuable square of LAND, in th?
city of Columbia, containing four acres:
bounded by Aeacmbly, Divine, Qates and
Blossom streets. There are three Cottagos ol
three rooms each, and two of four rooms each
on tho place, with excellent Well of WaterJ
Levied on as the property of John Irria, at
the snit of William McGuinnis vs. John Irvin.
Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. B. C.
Nov 14 mth
pr f\f\ BABBELS FLO?B, comprising al
O v'vJ the various grades, from the choice
cream of the city at lit).00 per barrel, which il
thc best in the market, down to the lowest
grades, 6.50 per barrel. Do not bc humbug?
ged by large stocks on papers, which, on oxan
mination, will bo found ali gas. Call and BOO
for yourselves, at the store of
Nov ll J. <fc T. B. AGNEW.
Exchange of Bonds.
Or KI er. CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA A A. B. B. Co.
COLUMBIA, 8- C., November 18,1869.
THE Stockholders of the Charlotte and
Sou ttl Carolina, and the Colombia and ,~
gusta Bailroad Companies in joint Convention I
July 8, 1860, having consolidated and auth(i
rized tho issuance ny thin Company of its First
Mortgage Soven per ceut. Coupon BONDS, to
bo used for the purpose of retiring tbs Bonds
of said two Companies, respectively, the ann
dcreigned horeb}' gives notice of bis readi-j
ness to make the Exchange of the BONDS.
Tho Coupon due January 1, 1870, will be at
tached to tho New Bouda. This issue of Boc "
for the purpnRo designated, will amount
(1,200,000, which is equivalent to a lien ot oi
about $6,000 por milo on this Company's roi
of 195 miles. AB a security, they are regarde
aH being better than any heretofore issued t
either of tho two Companion named, and ai
confidently commended as one of the best f
vestments now offered in tho Southern RtatenJ
N ov 18_C. H. M ANSON, Treasurer.
For sale nt Pollock House,
AFEW DOZEN DBIED MULLET BOE.
For Sale at Pollock House,
Genuino Imported SWITZER CH BESS.
For Sale at Pollock House,
McEwan's Celebrated SCOTCH ALE.
For Sale, at Pollock House,
Guinness* Celebrated EXTRA STOUT.
fbr S ile at Pollock House,
Imported Bremen LAGBlt.
Juxt received a numil lot of the Messina LE?
For Sale at the Pollock House.
"The Exchange House/'
BY PAYSINGER & FRANKLIN.
TRAVELING business MEN
[will find at thiB House many ad-?
_'vantages over ordinary Hotels,
as tho best of MEALS AND LODGINGS can b?
obtained at all hours and at moderate ratesj
Restaurant and Bar attached, where will
r/av.i bc kept on hand the best LIQUOB8J
WINES AND BEG ABS; also, FroBh O?STKfts]
GAME, FISH. Ito. Nov 17
Newberry Herald copy ono week.
OUR HOUSE RESTAURANT,
SITUATED on Assembly street, near thc
North-east corner of the Market, is now
prepared to serve up OYSTEH8 in every style,
to ploasu the patrons of the House.
Families can be supplied with Oysters eithet
on the shell or opened.
Tho BAR H furnished with the best ol
WINES, I.IQUOBS, ETC.
A fine BOWLING ALLEY ia attached to thc
House. D. McGUINNIS,
Nov 4 5*_Proprietor.
Removed to New Store
Tn Columbia Hotel Block, One Door North
of Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
?ISM.- 1 - ? i_ 13 now receiving a very .
EffiS^?jS>large Fall Stock, and ia now^afjS^
KBpTM lWopen for inspection. The2TJ?
wbi^nUJ.stock will comprise ovory^Ki
articlo usually kept iu a first class house, snob
as Hats, from tho lowcBt grado to tho finoat
silk beaver, Booth and Shoes in every style,
and at prie: 4 to snit all, Trunks, Valises, La?
dies* and Centn' Leathor, Carpet and Cloth
Uand-bags, School Satchels. Umbrellas. Ac
Thankful for past favors. I will be happy to
rcceivo a continuance of publie patronage.
The attention or Wholesale Buyers is eoli
citod. Call at sign of the big Boot and Hat.
Oct 3 A. SMYTHE.
Wholesale and Retail
GEM'S FURNISHING HOUSE,
Main Street, next to Mr. R. C. Shiver'i
Dry Goods House.
R, & W. C. SWAPPIELD.
WE havo now or hand a
Ilargo and varied assortment?
of the above Goods, bon gb tl
low for oash, and will ba sold for that commo-J,
dity, at a email advance. Some of oar Goodi
are our own manufacture, and every garment
wo have ra atoro has been selected with great
care, and will be warranted.
Iii HATS, w i . o always been the leaders.!
Dealing extensively in them, wo aro enabled tc
Holt a single one or by the dozen at Icc
prices than smallur houses.
In the CUSTOM DEPABTMENT, wa
I have added to our already large corps of
.workmen a Cutter and a Tailor of large
experience in their Hue, recontly from Paris,]
and wo aro thus enabled to make a atyle
of Goods superior to any Coods made in this
State. We havo choice and varied patterns of
English and French CA8SIMEBE8, and keel
up to tho market in styles.
Shirts, Drawers, Socks, Handkerchiefs, non
style Ties, sq-iare Neck Handkerchiefs, Trnnks,
Valises, Nh av ls, Ac. Oct ?4
Mackerel, Hernnsrs and Salmon.
1 r i\ BARRELS, halves, quarters snr.
IOU kits new MACKEREL sud 8ALMON,|
of warren ted quality and weight.
100 boxes Scaled HERRINGS for sale low byl
Nov 21 E. A G. D. HOPE.