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Diafcriot, by 17,000 majority. Emile
Oliver, frith thirty liberal adh?rente, in
forming a now party, from which tho
formation p? a parliamentary m i nie try
is possible. Letters from Madrid report
Prim leaning towards the Republicans.
FLORENCE, December 8.-A ministe?
rial crisis io ponding. The king au?
thorizes ;G ?c, Oi??d?ni . to form a 'new
LONDON, December 8 -?-The corres?
pondent of the London Timos bas been
excluded front Home.
The Prince of Montenegro protests
against tho Au nt rina .occupation. Prus?
sia sustains Montenegro.
VISNNA, December 8.-Austria de?
mands the sanction of the European
powere, tb oross Turkish territory for the
prompt suppression of the Dalmatian in?
MADRID, December 8.-The Republi?
cans have appointed a committee to in?
vestigate the eases of tho Republicans
held for insurrection.
CxiAr.iiS.STOK, Dececulior 8.-Sailuu
ship Dake of Wellington, Liverpool.
Several wooden buildings, on the West
side of Coming ktreet, North of Went?
worth, were destroyed by fire yesterday
A young men named Charley E. Sher?
wood, waa mardered in Jasper County,
Georgia, a few days ago. Ganse, jealousy;
the murderer is believed to be a man
named Benjamin Waits.
Tho storm of Tuesday night was very
violent in New York end neighborhood,
and caused considerable damage to pro?
perty chiefly ont of town. . Houses were
unroofed, chlmneya were mown down,
and barns in exposed places were in many
instanoee seriously injured by the wind,
and their oontents much damaged by the
WHEELING, VA., December 8.-Tho
Wheeling and Parkersburg packet Re?
becca struck a pier to-day, and was a
total loss; five men lost.
? ' ' ???., .?
WASHINGTON, December 8.-Various
bills have been introduced for reference,
including rm allowance of 160 acres for
homestead, to soldiers and sailors, and
exempting their property equally with
bondholders, from taxation.
In the Senate, Mr. Worry introduced
a joint resolution, abolishing the test
oath, with pungent remarks that time
would prove their usefulness, which
passed. The President was asked regard?
ing the progress of the Cuban revolution.
William B. Woods, of Alabama, has
been appointed Circuit Judge of the fifth
cironit, and George A. Pearce, of Mary?
land, of the fourth circuit.
In the Senate, the Caucus Committee
Dominations were adopted. Williams
introduced a resolution, that no State
shall be allowed to withdraw the ratifica?
tion of the Cocstitntion. A bill reliev?
ing some 500 persons from political dis?
abilities, whioh passed the Houso lost
session, passed the Senate and goes to
the President. Among those relieved
are Blanton Duncan, of Ky., and Judge
Ackerman, of Georgia. The Judiciary
Committee was directed to inquire whe?
ther within the borders of the United
States, rights secured by treaty stipula?
tions, or tho fourteenth amendment,
were denied to any person. The Senate
was engaged on the census bill.
No appointment has yet been made for
the vacancy on the Supreme Bench.
The Senate confirmed Belknap as Se?
cretary of War, and Robbeson Secretary
of the Navy. Numbers of nominations
were referred to the various committees,
inoluding Gao. P. Shepley, of Maine, to
tho First; Lewis B. Woodruff, of New
York, Second; Wm. MoKennan, of
Pennsylvania, Third; Geo. A. Pearce, of
Maryland, Fourth; Wm. B. Woods, of
Alabama, Fifth; Goo. A Teaman, of
Kentucky, Sixth; Thomas Drummond,
of Alabama, Seventh; Lorenzo Sawyer,
of California, Ninth. No nomination
for the Eighth.
The Spanish Minister to-day gave satis?
factory assurance to the State Depart?
ment, that the gun-boats now at New
York, would not be used against Peru,
and, as n consequence, tho Peruvian
Minister is satisfied, and no longer in?
sists on their detention. The Secretary
of State has, therefore directed Attor?
ney Pierpont to enter a nolle proscqui in
Court to-morrow; the result of which
will be the release of the Spanish gun?
Internal revenue receipts to-day $250,
Almost every day we hoar many per?
sons complaining of headache, loss of
appetite, and that they are not fit to do
anything, &c. Many is tho day that we
have felt so ourselves, and in fact have
gone to bed and imagined ourselves siek,
but for tho life of us could not tell what
was the matter. One day while thus
complaining; a friend said to us, "Why
don't you try PLANTATION BITTERS? they
aro really a good thing and will make
you feel like a now man." Upon his re?
commendation wo purchased a bottle,
and took them aosording to tho direc?
tions. They seemed to go right to the
spot, and gave us immediate relief. Evoi
since, we have taken every opportunity
to recommend them.
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to thc
best imported German Cologne, and sold
at half tho price. 1 M|3
A COLD TO-DAY-a cough to-morrow,
a tightness of the breast the next. Pneu?
monia follows. Consumption crownt
the fatal issue-all from neglected cold
or cough. STANLEY'S CHLBBBATKD Coras
EXPECTORANT, known move thaL a quartet
of a century, is the only sure remedy?
The remedy is at hand. Why will ye aol
use it? For sale by FISHER & HEINITSH,
I COLUMBIA, & C., ftWMi?tgjftl JO???
km wrns lu good demand to-day, and
Nnw YORK, Decomber 8-Noou.--r
Stocks firm. Money 7. Exchange 8%*
for long; 9 for short. Gobi 28#. G-20'a
15'^; Tennessee? G'a, ox-cotipon, 53>.^;
new 43%; Virginia 6's, ex-coapbn,' AQffi
new DD; Louisiana G's, old, 67 W; now
?OM; levee 6'B D9'.i; 8's 76 asked;
Georgia 6's 82; 7B 93 J?; North Caro?
lina's, old. ID'V; new 31 J|; South Oasp7
lina's, new, 67. Flour dull and declin?
ing. Pork firm-new mess 32. DO. Lard
dull, at 19. Cotton qniet, at 25.18\
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 3,800
bales, at 25,!^. Floor hoavy and strong?
ly favors buyers-superfino Stato 4.70@
D.OO; common to fair extra Southern
D.60(uG.7D. Wheat lc. lowor-winter
red Western 1.3301.86. Corn heavy
mixed Western firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dull
kettle 19(3,19%. Whiskey declining
1.01. FreTghts heavy-cotton sail 3-16.
Money, after much uotivity, closed com?
paratively easy and more liberal supply,
at 7. Sterling heavy, at 8??@&}?. Gold
2378. Southern stocks weaker.
liAXiTiHOBB, December 8.-Cotton is
quiet-iow middlings 24. Floor fairly
aotive aud firm. Wheat dull-prime to
choice red email@example.com. Corn 8D@90.
Provisions unchanged. Whiskey l,04(ol
CINCINNATI, December 8.-Corn and
provisions quiet and unchanged. Whii
key firm, at 1.00. Pork 30.00.
CHARLESTON, December 8.-Cotton
firmer, and }??c. better; sales 400 bales
middlings 33% ; receipts 1,528.
SAVANNAH, Decembers.-Receipts of
cotton 3,29D bales; sales 700-middlings
23%; market irregular.
AUGUSTA, December 8.-Cotton mar?
ket aotive and firm; sales 790 bales; re
coipts 1,230-middlings 23.
Mo ni LI;, December 8.-Cotton in act?
ive demand throughout the day, and
closed firm; sales 4,000 bales-middling
23.14@23j(i; receipts 660.
Nsw ORLEANS, Decombnr 8.-Cotton
very aotive and firmer, at 23J0(<?24; sales
6,100 bales; receipts 3,737. Flour'4.75
@6.00. New meas pork33.00; old 88.76.
Bacon 16.7.?; clear rib 20,'4'; clear 21; new
hams scarce, at 27. Sugar aotive add
firmer-prime 12-,,?'@12?4. Molasses
activo and finner-prime 64(7/,G8. Whis?
key dull, at 1.0D. Coffee unchanged.
LONDON, December 8-Noon.-Cou
sols 92'4\ American securities flat
LIVERPOOL, December 8-8 P. M.
Cotton quiet-uplands ll3,'; Orleans
HAVRE, December 8.-Cotton opens
firm aud qniet-spot 136.
PARTS, December 8.-Tho Bourse
openod firm-rentes 72 and 79.
FRANKFORT, December 8.-Bonds open?
ed flat, nt 90%.
LIVERPOOL, December 8-Evening.
Cotton steady and uuchauged; sales 10,
000 bales; speonlatiou and export 2,000.
HOTEL ASBIVALS, December 8.-Columbio
Hotel-D R JoneH, J A Myers. Fairfield; D 8
Wigger, beaufort ; J Willis, E V Ferry, Charles?
ton; S Louis and ladv, J R Kershaw, Camden;
W J Verio, N Y; V V lintier, Union; Mr and Mrs
Moore, Charlotte: A W Ladd, Wiuueboro: J A
August, Edge-held; J W Verio, Waterford; E W
Wood and wife, S Wood, Philadelphia; J R
Sondley, S Fair, Newberry; J C Wittumith, J W
Dawkiua, Spartanburg; 8 Fair, Nowhorrv;
J H Jenkins, Pa; G D Walker, ?dgefleld: W
H Lawson, St Louis; W G Homes, tfnionville;
R J Henery, J Thomas, Sumter.
Xickers?n House-T McCrady. T Frost, E
Willis, J J Meaban, J A Alston, Charleston: A
Ramsay, Ed collei rf: G W Charlotte, Charles
Richards, N Y; Dr Warno, Walhalla; J Lnnny,
Darlington; P Goonan, N C; Mr and Hrs Wm
Wilkins, child and servant, N Y; B F Arthur,
W H Wallace, Union; J P Kinard, Newberry;
Mrs J P Smith and daughter, D J Twitty, A
Tollorson, Spartanburg; J F C Dunroe, G W
Conuer, Abbeville; T W Whittier, Greenville,
8 H Vancotte, New Rochelle.
National Hotel-ti Brice, Wionsboro; G D
Smith, Glenn Springs; W Anderson. Mrs E L
Anderson, two Misses Anderson, Master An?
derson, Ala; J R Leary, Ringville; P F Warley
aDd wife, Darliogton; T F Morria. T J Rich?
ardson, G B Morgan, Monticello; Dr J Wal?
lace, Fairfield; O O Folger, Pickens; Mrs Carr,
Miss Patten, Miss Scarboro, Asheville; Miss
Davis, W J Singleton, Sumter; M A Harvey,
ON WEDNESDAY, 29th December, instant,
a i'm al settlement of the estate of tho lato
Major JAMES OTIAN LON, will be made at the
office of the derk of the Court of Common
Pleas, at Columbia. All persona having do
in tunis against the said estate aro hereby noti?
fied to present tho same to the Executors on
or beforo the said29th December, or be forever
barred. SAMUEL L. JONES,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Dee. 8. 1860. Dec 9 t
Smoked Beef and New Hams.
. %i\\f\i LBS. Primo SMOKED BEEF,
?VyU 1,000 lbs. now Hugar-Curod Hams.
For salo low, by E. & G. D. HOPE.
THE undersigned wishes to rent a comfor?
table, convenient HOU8E, of six or seven
rooina. Must bo in a pleasant, good neighbor?
hood. Apply to E. It. DORSEY,
Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta R. R. Ofllco.
Doc 0 G
AS I contemplate "chauging my base" at
tho closo 01 tho year, and mnst, as a con?
sequence, clone up old matters, all persons in?
debted aro notified that it is necessary that
thov should come forward promptly and net do
up. RICHARD BARRY,
Dec 9 Carolina Houso.
Acaoia Lodge No. 84, A. F. M.
AN extra communication of Acacia
Lodge No. 94, A. F. M . wit! bo held, at
; Masonic Hall, THIS (Thursday) EYE?
ING, at 7 o'clock. Tho Second Degree will
be conferred. By order of tho W. M.
Dee 9 1 J. LEE DIXON, Sec'y.
1 KIT Virginia APPLE BUTTER- something
1 now. Alao, 1 kit fine Virginia Glades BUT?
TER. ' ' ..,
100 bbl?. FLOUR, (Without onions,) whian
will be aold low for cash, by
Dec 9 CAMPBELL A JONES, Main at.
13 DE8K8 of HOB o wood; Work Boxea of Ma?
ting ?pr? d' Rona wood; Ladieo' Companions, of
Ivbrv, Morocco and Russian Loather, with all
?ho lix tures; Segar Casca, from $1.0? to 160?;
Portoionies, from 25 cents to IG.00; COIOKQO
Bottles. Toilet Set*-1.00 to ?10.00; Ladite*
Vienna Basa, assorted sizes; Card Cases ol
Pearl and ?hell, Uh a thousand other artioles,
all suitable for HOLIDAY PRESENTS, at
I Deo 0 thm6 E. POLLARD'S.
?I jj Notice.
fJ*.HE undersigned. Executors of the estate
Of JAMES O'H AN LON, will apply to Hon. Wm.
Hutson Wigg, Judge of Probate for Richland,
at his oftioo, on tho ll th day of January, A. D.
1870, for a final discharge as Executors of snid
estate. SAMUEL L. JONES, ) p_npltt(irH
JESSE REESE, j Lxtcutors.
COLOMBIA, 8. C. Dec 9 114
For tho benefit of
The Republican Brass Band.
TO bc held at Janney's Hall, on the evenings
of Weduosdav, Thursday and Friday, De?
cember 8, 9 and 10, 18G9.
MAN.VOEHS.-Hon. W. B. Nash, Hon. Wm.
Simon?, Joseph Taylor, Abram Reed, Horace
Prinloan, Israel Smith.
*?~ Doors open at 0 o'clock. Admission
adults 2.) cents; children 20 cents.
Tickets to be had at tho door. Deo 8 3
Bare Chance for Investment.
THE Subscriber, in view of a contemplated
change in his business, offers for sale tho
following desirable propartv;
One first class FLOURING MILL, with Belt?
One first class Coin Mill, with screen at?
One first class 20-horse power upright Steam
Engine, with necessary Shafting, Belting, Ac,
Aa., all in complete ruuning order, and an es?
tablished run of custom, affording an opportu?
nity not often obtained, for anj ono wishing to
engage in thc business.
The MILL HCUSE, Work-shops aud Dwell?
ing House adjoining, now occupied by tho
subscriber. To an approved purchaser, ter nu?
will bo made liberal. R. TOZER.
Cotton ! Cotton ! !
THE highest market price paid for COT?
TON. E. A O. D. HOPE.
Something Beautiful at Bryan & Mc
ACHEAP and beautiful lot of CHROMO
PICTURES, from Europe. P**?
5BUSHELS of those tine Silver-fckin ONION
SETS, just received at E. POLLARD'S.
Dec 7 tutho*
New Raisins and Figs.
li WHOLE, half and quarter boxes
J.VJ*Lf new Layer RAISINS.
2"> drums new Smyrna FIGS, for sale by
Dec 7 E. A G. D. HOPE.
AFEMALE SERVANT, to do tho chamber
work and wait in a family. She must
bring recommendations fi om her last place.
Apply at this office. Dec K 2*
THAT largo and desirable RESIDENCE.
tf?m on Sonate street, opposite Trinity Church,
XiULcontaining twelve upright Rooms, with
water and gas. Kitchens, Stahles and other
out-buildings attached. The lot measuring
(I ) sevon-eights of an aero, moro or less. If
not disposed of privately, it will bo sold at pub?
lic sale, un the first MONDAY in January next.
Apply to J. S. MCMAHON,
Dee 8 At tho City_Clerk'e Office.
Cheese ! Cheese ! !
pr f\ BOXES Factory and Goshen Cheese,
t)\J just received and for aale low bv
Nov 24_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
JUST RECEIVED, a fresh supply of Misses
and Children's Double Solo, Button and
Congress Gaiters._J. MBIOHAN.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON 8EED than any
man who advertises Seed for salo. Mino
is the improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels any other. The price is $2.60 per bushel.
Aa examination of my proofs will ne convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wells and J. D. Hitt.
Call and look at the growth, in Butcher Town
DecS _H. POPE.
Oak Bark! Oak Bark!
WANTED, at the Columbia Tannery, 100
Cords OAK BARK. Apply to
N23 J.J?. THOMAS A CO..<Colnmbia, S. C.
HICKORY, Mallaka. Whale-bone, with a
large variety of pretty FANCY CANES,
just received at E. POLLARD'S.
Nov 30 tufl2?_
Extra Family Flour.
i>rvrv BARRELS and Bags, XXX Family
?\J\J FLOUR, superior to the beat in the
market, "so-called," for sale low bv
Nov 21 E. A G. D. HOPE.
ENGLISH Tooth-Bmshea, from 25 cents
American Tooth-Brushoe, from 10 to 50 ctn.
Toilet Soap, from 5 cents to $1.00.
_At_E. E. JACKSON'S, Drug;-'Kt.
Boot and Shoe-makers Wanted,
$ ?) GOOD WORKMEN can obtain employ
XJW mont and tho highest wages, at tho ma?
nufactory of RICE, RAWES A CO.,
Nov 18 th! Union. S. C.
8C0TT, WILLIAMS & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers.
HAVE opened their new Ranking House,
adjoimug thc Court HOUBB lot. ?/horo,
With every facility for au extensive business,
they solicit a continuance and increase of pub?
Having no charter, tho members of tho firm
aro individually liablo for their contracts; while
the extent of tho capital at their commund,
and the personal management of tho Colum?
bia partners, will insuro their customers fair,
safe and liberal treatment iu every transac?
tion. In addition to tho usual business of a
Rank in tho discount of Notes and Drafts, tho
purchase and salo of Exchange, tho reoeipt of
Deposits Ac, they deal largely in Stocks,
Bonds. Coupons, Specie and Bank Bills, both
on thou own account and on commission for
They allow interest on deponVa according to
agreement, and givo special attention to Col
lectlona, romitting promptly when paid.
The uae of a large and secure vault is offer?
ed to their friends for the safe-keeping of spe?
cial doposits, without charge.
EDWIN J. SCOTT.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
ag 10Timo HENRY B. SCOTT.
O I Fresh Biscuit and Crackers.
?*f\ BBLS and boxes Sada, Butter, Farina,
UU Sugar, Lemon, Walnut, Ginger Cakoe
and Snaps. E. A G. D. HOPE.
1 .Willimill AIM 1#& J?I8? WW?
.ll?* !t /?(. ? -li o .. ./*-.'?
SEW OPIRl'NG OF ?T?ilS,
CALL AT SHIVER'S
DRY GOODS HOUSE
AND see that elegant lot o? FURS, it being
the larpent, tho handsomest and best as?
sorted STOCK over brought to any market
South of Baltimore, consisting in uart of
FRENCH CONEY EUGEN1ES,
French Coney GOLLAUS,
French Conoy TALMAS,
French Conoy BERTHAS,
Fronck Conoy CAPES,
French Coney Half CAPES,
Sets Black Astricans Collar and Mufi',
Squirrel Angola Sots,
Children's Conoy Sets,
Childrou'a Angola Sets,
Children's Blue Sets,
Misses' Mink SetB, Collar and Mufi,
Sots of White Fox, Collar and Mutt,
Black Coney Capos,
Black Conoy Collars,
Black Conoy Muffs.
Coney Patent Muffs,
French Patent Muffs,
Look at thean, and you will soo beauties:
Super Mink MUFFS and BOAS,
Squirrel Muffs and Collars,
Fitch Berthas and Muffs,
Largo River Mink Boas,
Small Rivor Mink Boas,
Super three-Stripe River Mink Muffs,
Brown Coney Sets, Borthas and Bluffs.
Brown Coney Bertha with Tails,
Lnetre River Mink Collars,
Lustre River Mink Eugen ien
Of every description, variety and style, in all
colors and qualities.
Wo have taken advantage of the decline in
those Goods, and are thus enabled to offer
great bargains and indueoiuents to buyers
K9- CALL AND EXAMINE THEM. -v?
Our Dress Goods Department
Is again rejileto with all tho latest styles of
SATINS, SILKS, POPLINS. PLAIDS and ME?
The Haberdashery Department
Is well stocked.
In Ladies' and GonfB UNDERWEAR, COL
LAKH, CUFF?, BROADCLOTHS, CAS8I
MERES. SATINETS, JEANS, ic, we have au
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Is alive to the timos, having been thoroughly
replenished inoverv respect. In Brown COT?
TONS. SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, STRIPES,
O?NAU?EGS, LINSEYS, &c, we offer groat
bargains, ll. C. SHIVER.
Store to Rent.
mil E large and commodious STORE 140 feet
X deep, nu Richardson street, near the State
House, noxt door to tho lower Store of J. A T.
It. Agnew. Rent moderato tn an approved
tenant. Apply to JOHN AGNEW,
Executor of M. Brennen, deceased.
Dee 1 G
? f\f\ LBS. of thia celebrated CHEESE
X. v_/ \J just to baud.
Also, 10 boxes primo Cutting Cheose.
S boxes Young America Cheese
For salo by GEO. BYMMERS.
Seed Oats and Barley.
.f f\ BUSHELS GENUINE NORWAY BLACK
50 bushels genuine Canada BARLEY.
These seeds aro worthy attention of scienti?
fic Farmers; tho yield ia enormous and thc
quality of tho grain raised superior to any
other, sud commands far higher prices.
Dec 7 BYMMERS.
City of Columbia Bonds.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, December I!, I860.
THE Six per Cent. Bonds of the City of Co?
lumbia falling due on thc 1st of January
next, will, in accordance with a resolution of
the City Council, be funded in bonds bearing
seven per cent, interest per annum, payable
sumi-annu&llv on application at this office.
Doo 7 22 J. S. MoMAHON, City Clerk.
A . C . KAU F M AN ,
Wo. '25 liroad sireeet, Charleston, S. C.
SOUTHERN STOCKS, BONDS, COUPONS
and Uncurrent Bank Notes bought and
sold on commission.
Also, Gold and Silver Coin.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued weekly and forwarded
gratuitously on application aa above.
Refers hy permission lo Chas. G. Lowndes,
Esq., President Bank of Charleston.
Dec 7 2mo
FLORAL GUIDE FOR 1870.
THE first edition of 120,000 copies of
VICK'S IlLUSTBATKU OaTAXiOQVB or
SF.KDS AND FLOBATJ Guinn, is published
autTroady to sond ont. It is elogantlv printed
on lino tinted paper, with about 200 lino wood
Engravings of Flowers and Vegetables, and a
beautiful Colored Plato-consisting of seven
varieties of Phlox Drummondii, making a fino
BOUQUET OF PHLOXES.
It is thu most beautiful, aa well as the most
instructivo Floral Guido published, giving
plain and thorough directions for tho
Culture of Flowers and Vegetables.
The f loral Guido is published for thc benefit
of my customers, to whom it is sent freo with?
out application, but will he forwarded to all
who apply mv mah, for ten couts, which is not
hulf the cost. Address, JAMES VICK,
Dee 7 JUT 2 Rochester, N. Y.
ANOTHER lot or 200 Bushels, just received
at tho Columbia leo House, and will be
sold low for oash. J. D. BATEMAN.
PIPES ! PIPES !
ALARGE and choico selection of real Meer?
schaums, from $;"> to $20- imitation from
75 cents to is. Also, a flue assortment of
Briar and Rubber PIPES. Cherry and Rubber
Stems, with a variety of Meerschaum Segar
Holders, just receivod, at E. POLLARD'S.
Nov 28 mthia
i i Hamel Hains ! t
NEW Sugar-onred Hame and Baeon Stripe,
just received and for sale low by
Nov M J. Je T. R. AGNEW.
DRY G0ODS J
ra -/Ali Mit J OM eeoibommco iSaa leer! J H M
j tutrtrnitji jHras <*!W ?? ? > CNS I
-..>?... . - . ' ?? titetffi (?I O I J'1'
. 'fri-: -t-i nu .! n .
"WT- lake pleasure in announcing' So tbs
, YT publie, that ?re havn thia' <lu.v oponod &
lino stock of DHY GOODS, of'every dosorlp
tion, and aball always h&Te ou band a One
assortment of all the various Goods appertain
ing to our trsdo.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always bo ropleto. with tho latest styles
of Silks, Satins, I'oplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths, Merinos, Dolainea and Operas, in all
colors. Prints of all grades and makes.
TABLE LINENS, in all styles, Damasks,
Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diapers of |
In JEANS, CASSI M KUKU, BROADCLOTHS,
DOESKINS, we shall always have a complete
In BLEACHED GOODS, 8HEETINGS and
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTONS, we
shall offer great inducements.
In GLOVES, HOSIERY, GENT'S WEAR,
Collars, Merino Drawers aud Shirts, a fine se?
lection and bargains.
A tine assortment of NOTIONS on band.
Call and seo us, at tho New Storo, in Diercks'
new building, under tho old Kinsler Hall.
DeoJ2 3mo_ S. W. PORTER A CO.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE Firm or FISHER. LOWRANCE A
FISHER is dissolved by the death or the
All those indebted to this concern are ear?
nestly requested to come forward and settle
their accounts withount delay.
R. N. LOWRANCE, } a"rvivnrM
J.FISHER, t Survivor*.
1 COLUMBIA, 8. C., December 1,1800.
RN. LOWRANCE, W. B. LOWRANCE ASD
. P. C. L?RICK having purchased the
I stock of Fisher, Lowrance St Fisher, have
I united under the firm of LOWRANCE A CO..
and bog leavo to offer their services to, and
auk a continuance of, tho favors of the friends
of tho old concern. They will receive payment
from all parties indebted to Fisher, Lowrance
!?? Fisher- and those having claims against the
same, will present them for liquidation.
Dec 2_ LOWRANCE St CO.
W. D. LOVE & CO'S STORE,
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING,
P U K KO FULL or
The Lowest Prices Asked for Them,
LARGE INVOICE OF COTTONS AND
Woolona, at lower prices than any time
since the war. We carry a big stock of
Ladies' and Misses' Shawls and Cloaks,
And can show anything called for in BLACK
and COLORED DUESS GOODS.
KID GLOVES, in Jovin's genuine colors.
" " " Princess, black and white.
Renier dog-skin, for gents,
Which wc guarantee.
S3- With our light expenses, we eau afford,
and are making prices better than any wo hear
or; always selling elatulard and reliable makes
of Good? that suits tho purchaser tram first to
last. AV. D. LOVE ?E CO.,
W. D. LOVE. Columbia Hotel Building,
B. B. McCREERY. _Nov 27
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY IS IT TUB BEST?
IT RUNS OVER
Soam8 all right.
It will take fifty
stitches to the
, inch finer than
any other Ma?
chine. It will
sow h'a vier and
than any other
Machine. It uses
any and evorv
kind of Thread.
It sews Starched
Goods as well as
sows the moat delicate, thin, soft fabric with?
out drawing. It sews a Bias Seam as well as
any othor. W. D. LOVE h CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
Nov 21 4mo Sole Agenta. _
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Boots aud Shoes,
HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS,
Lathes and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Call at JACOB SULZBACHER'S.
Nov 7 _
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.
-* BAGGING .ROPE, IRON _
?L^JTIES, BACON, Clear RibbedtfSg)
JwfijMHS^Sides and Shoulders. A.choiceB^JB
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,*"T*
in barrels, kegs. 3 lbs., 5 and 10 lb. packages,
choice Family Flour, in bbls. and bags, with
a full assortment of other grades. Liverpool
Salt, in Backs. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in
bbls., halves, quarters and kits. SUGAR and
COFFEE, of all gr.-.dcs. TEAS, of all grades,
i Molasses-Muscovado, New Orleans and Sugar
' House Syrup. Tobacco and Scgars. Soap; Can?
dios, in boxes and half boxes; Cheese, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glaHs. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet, Monongahela. Rye and Corn Whis?
key, and a varioty of other fine brands.
WOODEN WARE, Nests Iron and Brass
Bound Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Cans,
Nails, of all sizes, Shot of all numbers. Cast?
ing, Pots, OvcnB, Hpidcrs, Skillets and Frying
Pans, of all sizes.
AU the above named with many other arti?
cles ha? been recently purchased and selected
with care and will bo sold low for caBh. Givo
ns a call. WELLS k CALDWELL,
Near the 8. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
next, door to National Hotel. Oot. 1(1
Use the Best.
FINE English Cooking 8oda, samo prieo ae
Pure Cream Tartar.
For salo low by
Nov 25 E. E. JACKSON, Druggist.
Hinkley's Family Knitting Machine,
DR. J. W. THOMAS, Agent. Abbeville. H. 0.,
Will receive orders for Machines from all
territory unallotted to special agents. Price
$30. Nov 12 2mo*
TO-MORROW ?rOR-RlHO; at 10 O'clock, I will
sell, before my atore, without ?ata I i?'i *ji
Hair Seat, Cane and Rash Bottom CHAIRS. !
Sorte, Marble Top Tablos, Sideboard, Card,
Tea and Dining Table?, Secretary ?nd Book?
case Dresaing Bureau, Wardrobes, Bed?
steads, Feather Beda. Matraaaa?, Brass.Dogs,
Carpets, Iron Safe, Cooking Stoves, Ac.
Salo positive unless prevented by weather.
Dec il '
James Hopkins, Administrator, and David
Hopkins vs. English Hopkins, Amy G. Hop?
kins, et ai-HUI to marmal aesetafor sale of
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of the
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity, I will sell,
ou tho first MONDAY in January noxt, within
tho legal hours, in front of tho Court House,
tho following tracts of LAND, belonging to the
estate of the late Gen. WiLliam Hopkins, de
coascdasituated in Richlind County:
1. One Tract, known aa the "Little Myers
Tract," containing sixty-one and one-quarter
acres, moro or less; bounded by lands of Mrs.
K. G. Drevard, Dr. Hugenin and of estate of
Mrs. E. T. Hopkina.
2. Ono Ti not, known as the "Big Myers
Tract," containing thirty-two and threo-quar
tor acree, more or lesa; bounded by landa of
Mrs. Rrcvard and of estate of Mrs. E. T. Hop?
3. One Tract, known aa the "Little Creek
Tract," containing two hundred and eighty
seven and one-half acres, more or leas: bonnet?
ed by lands of T. J. Robertson, T. J. Harrison,
of estate of A. Wallace and of estate of CR. ,L
Bryce. r . .
4. One Tract, known aa tlie"ilill Croek Tract,"
containing two hundred and ninety-three and
one-half aerea, more or lesa; bounded by lands
of C. P. Pelham, Mrs. Brevard, Thomas Harrier
5. One Tract, known aa tho "Swamp Tract,'*
containing four hundred and two and one
quarter seres, more or less; branded fay landa
of Mrs. Brevard. General Owens, by Black
Lake and Raiford's Creek. ? . .
C. One Tract, known aa the "Diaekor Tract,"
containing four hundred and forty aerea.
Plata of tbeee several Tracts; reeonthr re?
surveyed by Mr. Alex. Y. Lee, Civil Engineer .
and Surveyor, may be aeen on file in the office
of the Clerk of tho Court.
TEAMS or SALE.-Cash sufficient to cover
coats of the proceedings in the shove case and
of aale, and one-fourth of the balance of pur?
chase money; the remainder on a credit of one
and two years, In equal instalments, with in
ter est from the day of amie. Purchasers to |
give bond with good personal sureties, and
mortgagea of the promises, and to pay for the
execution of the necessary panera and for re*
venuostamps. P. F. FRAZEE, Sheriff.
Dec 9 . thm
- su /?--s-v?irt-.- .
... - ,18, ; ? ? ? t y
o o nvr X N Gt- 2
al1 kind-hearted people will gladden
the hearts of their friends and little onea by
giving them a
Christmas or New Tear Present
You will lind over TEN THOUSAND differ?
from 10 cents np to $50, at the store of
?; l ... . . : l.,!'tVfV/
a. r, jAOKBoy.
DICKSON'S IMPROVED COTTON SEED,
fl ROWN from Seed purchased directly of
VT Mr. David Dickson, in 1667, and carafuUv
preserved from mixing or sdulterat5oft*witn
I will dolivor the Seed, sacked in good order,
at the Louisville Depot, South Carolina Bail
road, at $2.00 per bushel, for any amount ma?
der 5 bushels, or at $1.60 per bushel, for aU
amounts in excess of 6 bushels.
A. P. AMABBR, ot. Matthew'*, S. C.
I respectfully refer to the below named gen?
tlemen, who pnrobaaed Seed of mo last spring,
tor information tonohing the verity and supe?
rior it v of the Seed, to wit : Hon. T. J. Good?
wyn, Dr. A. R. Taber, Fert Molte ; P. M. Hou?
ser, Esq., and Wm. Paulling, Esq., St. Mat?
thew's; L.R. Beckwith, Esq., Jamison'?; ?nd
Captain F. H. W. BriRgmann and W.B. Huller,
Esq., Orangebnrg Court House ; all cf Orange
burg County, 8.J3. Nov 4Stao*
, WE tait's pleasnre
f\V<y/3 ^ Ip notifying our
? v , <3 > \ $&?V&> friends and the
''^'????^^?&fo- Public that WA have
V ? 'V/ ?Sit?n5!?Wv?>i. removed oar Stock,
'^^^l^fc^V-aS^i GROCERIES, Ac,
^ESki to Old EXCHANGE
l r ?iOsSpRr^^ BANK CORNER,
'~J?9 ^ir-^^>J lumbla Hotel,
W^J^Ckgff^*w where we will be
pleased to aee and
oiler thom extra indacemeats in all articles
usually kept in tho GROCERY, HARDWARE
and LIQUOR line. T. J. k ?t. M. CIB8O?1
Oct 15 Old EschauRe Bank CWrfer.
00 Barrels Wostoru FLOUR, ?upu.fi
tra and family. ,
2,000 pounds Fine Pied.
Rest Orange County Butter, Dairy as<3 fac?
tory Clieese,Saur Kraat, Minos Meatfc(some
thing nice,) Brandy Fruits. Jellies-assorted
Canned Tomatoes, Poaehee, Salmon* . Oovo
Oysters, Lobster*. Sardines, Doaicaied Cod
Fish, Fulton Market Beer, Pickles, Salmon,
Ray Mackerel, etc., otc.
Nov 20 _ LEAPHART A SLOANS.
J>V Q- A TVT.Ti^XXaXs >
Bond and Stock Broker,
BUYS and sails BOJ?D8, 8TOQK8. COU,
PONS, BANK BltLB, Gold and Silver
COIN. Offlc*- Coombia Hotel Building, Main,
atrcet. Nov ?tfhuQ*