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except Massachusetts, associ?t
, -Je HM! whioh widely obtains in
the Union tba? gold debts may be paid
in paper, injures American seonrities.
Offers of oonve?s?>n will aronse distrust
aDd defer suooess.
LONDON, December 10.-The steam?
ship Brazilian, built expressly for the
Sues Canal traffic, bad to discharge half
ber cargo before getting through.
' . Tho jD?ko of Saxonberg is dying.
Prince Alfred, of Englaud, ie his heir,
Couieitlo Bl ?wa.
CIIAJITJESTON, December 10. -Arrived
Bteamer Charleston, New York; steamer
Falcon, Baltimore. Sailed-schooners
F. BL Buoklin, Booton; J. W. Wilson,
Philadelphia; R. E. Pecker, Norfolk; A.
H. Edwards, a Southern port.
" Loui?viXiii.s;, December 10.-Con?
gressman Golladay, a prominent candi?
date for the Senate from Kentucky,
favors repudiation, on moral and tegul
points; oiting the President's message in
support of repudiation in our own and
ST. LOUIS, December 10.-The bank
at Gallatin wa* robbed to day and the
cashier killed. The robbers got only
NEW YORK, December 10.-Tho Span
ish gdn-boats were released to-day, and
will proceed to sea immediately.
MONTGOMERY, December 10.-In the
House, to-day, Mr. Brown, of Cham?
bers, (Democrat,) was voted out of his
seat, and was ref paed tho privilege of
spreading his protest on the journal. A
motion to ?eat Ward* his contestant, was
voted down. MaKinatry, (Republican,)
of Mobile, waa voted a seat to-day, in
place of Magee, (Democrat,) who waa
recently ejected, oh the ground of in
eligibility, for having been a Road Com?
missioner before tho war. The name of
McKinstry was in the list of persons
whose disabilities were removed this
week by Congress.
Bx. JOHN'S, N. B., December 10.-Last
night being very cold, the crew of the
schooner Ketchem built a fire in the
stove and dosed the hatches. Four died.
BAN FBANCIBCO, December 10.-The
Governor's message recommends State
aid to facilitate emigration from Europe
and the Eastern States. He says the
Legislature has the power to prohibit
Ohuiese immigration ; he favors the re?
moval of- all barriers to Chinese testi?
mony-not only os an act of justice, but
of sound polioy.
WASHINGTON, December 10.-The Sn
?reme Court dismissed the appeal from
louisiana, in the case of New Orleans
rs. the New York Steamship Company.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $250,
The awards made by tho Court of
Claims for cotton captured by the mili?
tary aggregate $734,000. There are
twenty-nine cases. The Government
has appealed in them all.
Commodore John Bogers succeeds
Wm. Roan in command of the Asiatic
In the House, a bill was introduced
relative to the sale of coin by the Trea?
surer. The Committee for Home Affairs
were directed to inquire into the circum?
stances attending the landing of the
Frenoh Cable. A bill was introduced for
the removal of obstructions iu Bayou
Teche, La.; also, for repairing and fur?
nishing the New Orleans Custom House.
The census bill was discussed all day.
Two efforts to consider Cuba failed.
The New York Tribune has despatches
from Cuba, which confirm tho defeat of
the Spaniards at San Jose; also an ac?
count of the severe punishment of the
negroes at Sagua. The number of
stripes was from 200 to 800. The Diario
De La Marina says the Spanish district
of Holquin is unable to move, for want
of reinforcements. 3,000 troops are ne?
cessary. The troops aro suffering from
severe sickness. Seven sugar estates
have been destroyed in the Remedios
district; five in Trinidad; three in Cieu
fuegas. Colamara, with 600 men and
fourteen pieces of artillery, attacked the
Cubans at Vegas dil Castellano. Tho
fight lasted four hours. Tho Spaniards
were repulsed, with great loss; forty
seven of the dead were left on the field.
Official statistics published in Havana
show that from the commencement of
the war, the Spanish lons has been 8,000
killed in battle, 5,000 by disease, 2,000
deserted to the Cubans, and 3,000 are
now sick. Thirty-five prominent Cubans
have been arrested in Havana, suspected
of sympathizing with the Cubans.
Ohristmas and New Year Presents.
Watch-maker and Jeweler,
Columbia Ho toi Row,
MAIN STREET, COLTJMDIA, H. C.
KEEPS on hand any and ovorything in tho
wayo! WATCHE8, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
BiTiCTAOLEB, FANCY ARTI0LE8, otc.
Has just oponed a largo assortment of solid
SILVERWARE, for tho Holidays; flue TABLE
and POCKET CUTLERY; Tablo Knivca of
solid sttel, silver-plated-aomothing new.
Sportsmen can obtain tho very best or Ammu?
nition*, Dixon's Hog-akin Shot and Powder
Flasks, Cartridges, etc. Besides a variety of
DOG OOLLARS. Call and examine.
i Extra Family Flour.
?>AfTa BARREL8 and Rags, XXX Family
?j\J\J FLOCK, superior to the bent in the
market, "ao-called," for Bale low by
Nov 21_E. A G. D. HOPE.
Fire Crackers! Fire Crackers!
-I (\(\ BOXES first quality FIRE ORAOK
Xvfw EBB, just received and for sale low
by J. AT. B. AGNEW.
Stock, firm. Money 7. Gold 22H j
Tennessee 6's, ex-eoopoo, 48}?; new 41 j
GO; Georgia G's 82; 7*6 94; North Caroli?
ne's, old, 42; new 28J?; South Carolina's,
new, 66. Floor 5(3)1 Oe. lower. Wheat
l@2o. lower. Corn qniet and firm.
Pork market dull-new meas 32.50. Lard
qniet, al 19. Cotton firmer at 25.%?
25i,i. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton i^o. better; sales
2,600 bales, at 25<?. Flour dull-su?
perfino Stute4.60@4 90; common to fair
extra Southern G.1)0@G.20. Wheat dull
-winter red Western email@example.com. Corn
quiet and firm-mixed Western 1.10(?)
1.12. Pork heavy, nt firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lard a shade firmer-kettle 19>4@20.
Whiskey 1.01. Freights on cotton
steam 5-16@j>?. Money G?7. Ex
cbango S%(a?}6. Gold moro active, at
23^?. Governments closed strong; 62's
15j^ ; Southerns generally firm.
I5AI.TI.UOUI-:, December 10.-Cotton
firm and fairly aotive. Wheat steady.
Corn active-white 85@90; yellow 88@
92. Oats active, at 55@58. Bacon
quiet. Whiskey in fair business, nt
CINCINNATI, December 10.-Corn
firmer and higher-new 85; old 90@92.
Whiskey doll. Pork firmer, and 31.50
asked. Bacon firm and in moderate de?
mand-shoulders 14?.(; clear sides 18%.
Lard higher-kettle 18^, bnt held
higher at close.
LOUISVILLE, December 10.-Corn and
provisions steady. Whiskey 98.
ST. LOUIS, December 10.-Corn de?
clining-new white sacked 85@66; old
90@92. Pork dull, at 31.00. Bacon
CHARLESTON, December 10.-Cotton in
good demand; advanced sales
500 bales-middlings 24; receipts 1,713;
AUGUSTA, Decomber 10.-Cottou mar?
ket firmer; sales C44 bales; receipts 919
-middling 23yz ; sales of tho week 4,265;
receipts 5,160; stock on hand 16,200.
HAVANNAH, December 10.-Sales of
cotton to-day 800 bales-middling 24}^;
receipts 3,688; export 943; market firm.
NEW ORL?ANS, December 10.-Cotton
receipts to-day 8,733 bales; week's sales
31,000; receipts 34,771; stock 114,205.
MOBILE, December 10.-Receipts of
cotton for tho week 15,191 bales; stock
50,965; sales of tho week 13,850; sales
to-day 1,800-middling ?23<?@233?.
LIVERPOOL, Decembor 10-3 P. M.
Cotton firmer-uplands Orleans
12; sales of tho week 54,000 bales; ex?
port uud speculation 5,000; stock 319,
000, of which American is 20,000 (?);
receipts of tho week 34,000; of which
American is 16,000; stock nt sea is esti?
mated at 220,000; wboroof American is
178,000. Yarns and fabrics at Manches?
LONDON, Decomber 10-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 92>4\ Bonds 86.
LIVERPOOL, Decomber 10-Evening.
Cotton closed-uplands Or?
leans 12(<$12)?; sales 12,001? bales; specu?
lation and export 2,000.
WHOLESALE PRICES CKUUENT,
connECTEO WEEKLY BY THE BO Ann OF TB Ans,
APPLES, x<bu.l 25w)i 50
Bu mi s.,,G mm v 27?28
Dundoo ?-l yd 30?32
BALE HOPE, Manil,?26
Bi'TTEn, Northern @50
Country, tf> ft.25? 35
BACON. Hams. ..23?25
Sides, fi lb_20@21
Shoulders.. .18 @1U
BIUCKS, yi.OOO . .96*12
COTTON YAENI 85@2 00
COTTON. Strict Md?28J
Middling ...23 @
Low Midl'g, 22j?
Ordinary... 21 ?
CHEESE, E.D.lb. 23?25
COFFEE, Kio, tllb21?25
FLOUR. Co. 9 00?1000
Northern.G 50@11 00
QUAIN, Corn 1 40? 1 50
Wheat_1 G0?2 00
Oats. 90@1 00
Peas.1 50?1 CO
HAY, Nortn, ftewt.
HIDES, Dry, %dbl2J?18
IN i nm), Caro.. .1(9)1 25
LOUIES, BdslOOf.l 50
LIME, tJbbl.2 70@2 80
MEATS, Pork, tylb. 15i
MOLASSES,CuDa, 57 ty,G2
NowOrl'nsl 00? 1 10
Sugar Il'sc..75?l 25
NAILS, kegO 00?7 00
ONIONS. ^Jbusl 75?2 00
POULTRY, Ducks j<r
SPECIE, Gold 123?1 22
POTATOES, Iris 75? 1 50
Sweet, bus 1 00? 1 20
SHOT, ?<bag. 3 12@3 25
SALT, Livorp.2C0?2 75
SPIUITS, Alcohol,gl4 00
Brandy . .4 00? 12 00
HollndGin.5 00@7 00
American..2 06?3 00
Jam. Rum.C 00?7 00
N.E. "..2 0U?3 00
Bo. Whisky 3 50?4 50
Roctilied. .1 35@1 G5
ScciAn, Crus'd, 18A?19
STARCH, Ib... 9.1?ll
TEA, Green lb 100?2 00
Black,_1 00? 1 50
TOBACCO, Chw.G0?l 25
French.... 125? 150
WINE, Cham. 25?32 00
Sherry... 3 50?0 00
Madeira.. .2 50?8 00
Report for Week ending Friday, Rec. 10, 1869.
PBONIX OFPIOE. COLUMBIA, Decembor ll,
18G9.-COTTON.-The sales of cotton during tho
past week amounted to 507 hales, at the fol?
lowing pricos. 108 at 234; 30 at 23$; 15 ut23J;
G at 23j; 234 at 23; 42 at 22j; 28 at 227; 38. at
22; 20 at 221; 12 at 22; 13 at 21 ; 1 at 20; J at 18.
Tho demand was good, and all offered was
Seed Oats and Barley.
1 A BUSHELS GENUINE NORWAY BLACK
50 bushels genuine Canada BARLEY.
These seeds aro worthy attontion of seien ti?
tle Farmers; the yield is onormous and tho
quality of tho grain raised superior to any
other, and commands far higher prices.
Dec 7_ "_?^L?-_ SYMMERH._
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale. Mino
is the improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex
cols any other. The price is $2.50 per bnshel.
Aa examination of my proofs will be convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Jocob H. Wolla and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at tho growth, in Butcher Town.
Dec 3_ N^POPE^
.- THAT large and desirable RESIDENCE,
4? on Senate street, opposite Trinity Church,
J^lsVcotitainiog twolvs upright Rooms, with
water and gas. Kitchens, Stables and other
outbuildings attached. The lot measuring
(i) seven-eights of an sore, more or leas. If
not dispoaodof privately, it will bo sold at pub?
lic aale, on the first MONDAY in January next.
Apply to j. s. MCMAHON,
Deo 8 At the City Clerk's Office.
I? v? lOT.I'VV'^r' *?ri -ra'**-T'* ,*U|*!P.W]f '
SIW OP MIR fi of Wit,
CALL AT SHIVER'S
DRY GOODS HOUSE
AND soo that ologant lot of FOBS, it being
the largest, tho handsomest and best as?
sorted ?STOCK over brought to any market
South of Baltimore, consisting in part of
FRENCH CON KY EUGENIEB,
French Coney COLLARS,
French Coney TALMAS,
French Coney BERTHAS,
French Coney CAPES,
French Coney Half CAPES,
Sets Black ABtrioans Collar and Muff,
Squirrel Angola Sets,
Children's Coney Sets,
Children's Angola Sots,
Children's Bluo Sets,
Misses' Mink Sots, Collar and Muff,
SetB of Whito Fox, Collar and Muff,
Blaok Conoy Capes,
Black Conoy Collars,
Black Conoy Muffs,
Coney Patent Muffs,
French Patout Mnffd,
Look at those, and you will soo beauties:
Super Mink MUFFS and BOAS,
Squirrel Muffs and Collara,
Fitch Berthas and Muffs,
Large River Mink Boas,
Small River Mink Boa?,
Super threo-Htripo Bivor Mink Muffs,
Brown Coney Sets, Berthas and Muff?.
Brown Coney Bertha with Tails,
Lustre River Mink Collars,
Lustre Bivor Mink Eugenics.
Of every description, variety and style, in all
colors and qualities.
We have taken advantage of the decline in
thoso Oonds, and aro thus enabled to offer
great bargains and inducements to buyers
?O' CALL AND EXAMINE THEM, -fte
Our Dress Goods Department
Is again replete with all tho latest stylos of
8AT1NS, SILKS, POPLINS, PLAIDS and ME?
The Haberdashery Department
Is well stockod.
In Ladies- and Gent's UNDERWEAR, COL?
LARS, CUFFS, BROADCLOTHS, CASSI
MERES, SATINETS, JEANS, Ao., we have an
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Is alive to tho times, having boen thoroughly
replenished in every respect. In Brown COU?
TONS. SHEETINGS. SHIRTINGS, ?STRIPES,
OSNABURGS, LINSE YS, Ac, wo offer groat
bargains, U. C. SHIVER.
A. C. KAUFMAN,
ArO. 25 Broad slrecel, Charleston, S. C.
SOUTHERN STOCKS, BONDS, COUPONS
and Uncurrent Bank Notes bought and
sold on commission.
Also, Gold aud Silver Coin.
Orders solicited and promptly attended to.
Prices current issued weekly aud forwarded
gratuitously on applicatiou as above.
Befera by permission to Chas. G. Lowndes,
Esq., President Bank of Charleston.
Dec 7 2mo _
fJT'.UE undersigned, ExecntorB of tho estate
or JAMES OTJANLON, will apply to Hon. Wm.
Hutson Wigg, Judge of Probate for Richland,
at his office, on tho 11th day of January, A. D.
1S70, for a llnal discharge as Executors of said
estate. SAMUEL L. JONES, \ E?eantora
JESSE REESE, f Executors.
COLUMMA, S. 0. Dec 9 114
ON WEDNESDAY, 29th December, instant,
a tinal settlement of tue catato of tho late
Major JAMES O'HANLON, will bo mado at tho
office of tho Clerk of tho Court of Common
Pleas, at Columbia. AU persons having de?
mands against tho said estate aro hereby noti?
fied to present tho same to tho Executors on
or boforo tho said 29th December, or bo forever
barred. SAMUEL L. JONES,
COLUMIIIA. S. C., Doc. 8, 1809. Dec 9 t
^ A lot of oxtra fine Saddle..
A^aml Harness HORSES. Thojl^
^r^V^can bo seen at Chas. Logan's Tr^B
M il -atables, whero wu expect to4alaaS?
keep constantly on hand a fine assortment of
HORSES and MULES during tho winter.
Oct 24 ||3 fm W. 8. A J. M. TALBOT.
HEISE'S DINING SALOON
w ^.^^ IS OPENED for the*^
REASON, with choice cORk
OYSTERS, GAME, Ac, together with
everything that is usually kopt in a first class
Restaurant._ Nov 16
Mackerel, Herrines and Salmon.
-I fZf\ BARRELS, halves, quarters and
ATJVJ kits new MACKEREL aud SALMON,
of warranted quality and weight.
100 boxes Scaled HERRINGS for sale low by
Nov 21 E. A G. D. HOPE.
ANOTHER lot of 200 Buehols, just recoived
at tho Columbia Ice Uonao, and will ba
sold low for cash. J. D. BATEMAN.
Nov 20 _
Use the Best.
FINE English Cooking Soda, same price as
Pnre Cream Tartar.
For salo low by
Nov 25_E.JACKSON, Druggiat.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters,
??ffe /Ci IP yo? want free h Norfolk OYS
<K?\jjyTER8, oall at tho Columbia leo
^??r House, where they are kept con?
stantly oa hand, and sold low for cash. All
orders from the country promptly attended to.
NOT 10 JOHN D. BATEMAN.
ND all kind-hearted pcoplo will gladden
the hearts of theil friend* und little unca by
giving them a
Christmas or New Year Present
You will rind over TEN THOUSAND differ?
from 10 cents up to $50, at the store of
O. F. JACKSON.
Bare Chance for Investment.
THE Subscriber, in viow of a conten.plated
change in his business, offers for sale tho
following desirable properlv:
Ono first class FLOU HING: MILL, with belt?
Ono first class Corn Mill, with screen at?
Ono first class 20-horse power upright Steam
Engine, with necessary Shafting, Belting, Ac,
Ac. all in complete miming order, and an es?
tablished run of oustom, affording an opportu?
nity not often obtained, for any ono wishing to
engage in the business.
Tho MILL HCUSE, Work-shops and Dwell?
ing Houeo adjoining, now occupied by tho
subscriber. To an approved purchaser, terms
will bo made liberal. B. TOZER.
King's Mountain Military School,
YORK VILLE, S. C.
??aw THE first session of tho achoo]
/J?JmL year of lb.'U, will begin on the 1st ul
^TE?Bp??j Trusts'.- For school expenses, /.
wJFc. Tuition, Rooks. Stationery, .Ve.,
Cfc^ Bearding, Fuel, Lights and Wash?
ing, f 135 00 in currency, per session of five
months, payable in advance.
For circulars containing full particulars, ap?
ply to COL. A. COWARD,
Dec H wflfi Principal and Proprietor.
FLORAL GUIDE FOR 1870.
TUE first edition of 120,000 copies of
MUBBYIOK'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF
j$t$ SECOS AND FLORAL GUIDE, is published
and ready to send out. It is elegantly printed
on fine tinted paper, with ahnut 200 Ano wood
Engravings of Flowers and Vegotablos, and a
beautiful Colored Plato-consisting of seven
varieties of Phlox Drummondii, making a fine
BOUQUET OF PHLOXES.
It is the most beautiful, as well as tho most
instructivo Floral Guide published, giving
plain and thorough directions for tho
Culture of Flowers and Vegetables.
Tho Floral Guide is publish? d for the benefit
of my customers, to whom it is sent freo with?
out application, but will be forwarded to all
who apply niv mail, for ten cents, which ?snot
half tho cost." Address, JAMES VICK,
Dec 7 131T2 Rochester. N. Y.
. a I HAVE lust received another supply
of fine English and French CASS?
iRA MERES, of the latest styles, .which arc
lUa. offered low for cash.
Washington street, opposite Law Range.
ENGLISH Toolh-Rrushcs, from 25 cents
to $1 00.
American Tooth-Brushes, from 10 to 50 cte.
Toilet Soap, from 5 cents to $1.00.
At^ E. E. JACKSON'S, Drug ' st.
~t f\ f\f\f\ LUS. primo dry salted clear
JLIJ.I/VJV./ BACON SIDES,
2.00d lbs. primo dry salted BACON SHOUL?
1,000 lbs. ehoice sugar-curedFamily HAMS.
On hand aud for salo low to tho trade, and
at retail, by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters,
RECEIVED EVERY DAY, and families can
bo supplied in any quantity, at
Nov 24 J. E. HEISE'S RESTAURANT.
Kerosene ! Kerosene ! !
PURE KEROSENE OIL, warranted 110, firo
test, for sale low by tho barrel and at ro
tail; also in five gallon tin cans, at 00 ceuts
per gallon-no charge for cans-which is very
convenient tor country purchasers.
_Nov21_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Living Writers of the South.
SHORT biographies, lists of works, and ex?
tracts from the most popular volumes of
evory living writer of tho Southern United
States. By Professor Jamos Wood Davidson.
*#* A vorv large haudsomo book. Prico $2 00.
Vashti, or Until Death us Do Part. By Au?
thor of Buaula, Macaria, Ac. $2.00.
Tho Polar World-a popular description of
Men and Natnro in tho Arctic and Antartlo ro
gions of tho Globo-illustrated. $3.75.
Tho Romance of Spanish History, by John
S. C. Abbott; with illustrations.
Pictoral Field Book of the War of 1812. By
Henson J. Lousing, author of Pictorial Field
Book Revolution. $7.00.
Photograph Albums, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, at
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S llookstoro.
90 Barrels Wostorn FLOUR, super, ex?
tra and family.
2,000 pounds Fine Feed.
Best Orango County Butter, Dairy and Fac?
tory Chcoae, Saur Kraut, Mince Moat, (some?
thing nice,) Brandy Fruits. Jellies-assorted
Canned Tomatoes, Peaches, Salmon, Cove
Ovstera, Lobsters. Sardines, Dedicated Cod
Fish, Fulton Market Boef, Pickles, Salmon,
Bay Mackerel, etc., etc.
Nov 20 _LEAPHART A 8LOAN8.
Oik Bark I Oak Bark!
TTTANTED, at the Columbia Tannery, 100
YV fiords OAK BARK. Apply to
M23 J. P. THOMAS A CO."Columbia, S. O.
itu ,< ?. '?f.
NEW ST?BE AND HEW GOODS.
WE Uko pleasure in announcing to the
public, tbat we have this day opened a
One stock of DEY GOODS, of every descrip?
tion, and shall always have on hand a fine
assortment of all the various Goods appertain?
ing to our trade.
Our Dress Goods Department
Shall always bo rcploto, with tho latest styles
of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaids, Empress
Cloths. Merinos, Delaines and Operas, in all
colors, Prints of all grades and makes.
TABLE LINENS, iu all stylos, Damasks,
Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diapers of
In JEANS, CASSI MERES, BROADCLOTHS,
DOESKINS, wo shall always have a oompleto
In BLEACHED GOODS, 8HEETING8 and
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTONS, we
shall offer great inducements.
In GLOVES, HOSIERY, GENT'S WEAR,
Collars, Merino Drawers and Shirts, a fine se?
lection and bargaius.
A Une assortment of NOTIONS on hand.
Call and see ue, at tho New Store, inDiorcks'
new building, under tho old Kinsler Hall.
Deo 2 3mo S. W. PORTER A CO.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE Firm of FISHER. LOWRANCE A
FISHER is dissolved by the doath of the
AR thone indebted to this concorn are ear?
nestly requested to como forward and eottle
their accounts withount delay.
B. N. LOWRANCE, ? a"n,vnrm
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 1, 1869.
RN. LOWRANCE, W. B.LOWBANCE AXD
. P. C. LOBICK having purchased the
stock of Fisher, Lowrance A Fisher, have
united nnder the firm of LOWRANCE & CO..
and beg leave to offor their aervicea to, and
ask a continuance of, the favors of the friends
of the old concorn. They will receive payment
from all parties indebted to Fisher, Lowrance
tr- Fisher; and thone having claimB against tho
same, will present them for liquidation.
Dec 2_LOWRANCE kCO.
THE SUREST PROTECTION against dis?
ease is tho timely uso of a good remedy.
The groat Family Liniment of tho age, for in?
ternal and external use. combined in ono med?
Not since the introduction of modern Che?
mistry and analytical research into the hidden
mysteries of the vegetable kingdom, has there
been discovered a chemical product of such
extraordinary curative powers as tho "Quaker
Liniment;'' this justly celebrated medicino
was discovered aud prepared by a Quaker Doc?
tor, connected with tho naval service of the
country, his practico was confined to those so
verecases which usually result from a sea?
faring life. Rheumatisms, Acute and Chronic,
Colds, Coughs, Cramps, Chilblains, Foyers,
Neuralgia; indeed, all acute disorders requi?
ring prompt and energetic medicine Tho
treatment of these complaints with thc ordi?
nary medicine of tho dav failed to mako a euro
or reliove tho patient. Disappointed and mor?
tified at tho result, and stimulated by the
promptings of a puro humanity for tho suf?
fering, au well as a professional pride, he,
after much labor and study, compounded his
great Liniment, called tho QUAKER LINI?
MENT. This medicino is remarkable for tho
peculiar property it possesses in being an in?
ternal and external remedy at the samo timo,
and differs from all other medicines in its ac?
tion in arresting disease.
It is taken internally for Colds, Coughs,
Consumption, Cramps, Fever and Ague, Head?
ache, Asthma, Dysentery, Colic, Acid Stomach,
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Sick Stomach, Pains
in tho Stomach, Diarrhoea.
It is used externally for Soro Throat, Diph?
theria, Swelling of the Glands of tho Neck,
Head-ache,Neuralgia, Face-ache, Tooth-acho,
Pains in the Back, on tho Side orin tho Heart,
Stiff Neck, Lumbago, Rheumatism, it is espe?
cially good; Fains in tho Bones, or in tho
Muscles or Joints, for Stings of Insects, Snake
Rites, Itching Humors in the Skin; for all
these, and for moro than wo can enumerate,
it is tho great remedy.
For salo, wholesale and retail, by
FISHER it HEINITSH, Druggists.
Nov 25 % Columbia, S. C.
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS,
Ladies and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Call at JACOB BULZBACHER'S.
Cotton ! Cotton ! !
THE highest market price paid for COT?
TON. _ _E. A G. D. HOPE.
K GOOD DINING BOOM SERVANTS. Lib
rj oral wages will bo given. Also wanted, a
good STEWARD. Apnlv immediately at the
Nov 27 NICKEUHON HOUSE.
Black seed Oats.
1CAR LOAD to arrive. .
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FISHER.
Dupont's Gunpowder Agency.
AFULL supply constantly on hand, of all
gradea, in Whole, Half and Quarter Kogs
and Canisters, for salo low to tho trado and
consumers-also, Drop and Buck SHOT, Per?
cussion CAPS, Gun Flints, Ac, for salo low,
by_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Gnns and Ammunition.
j ^<^?? I respectfully inform my
friends and the publio in general
I -sC^feZjaa. that I have just received a fino
\r *"% ?assortment of DOUDLE AND
SINGLE-BARRELED GUNS, Rreach-loading
Guua, simple make, from the beat Euroreau
manufacturers, Repeaters of all descriptions,
Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches, Caps, Powder.
8hot and Cutlery, which I offer to sell at rea?
sonable prices. Guns made to order. Repair?
ing done and warranted, at short notice.
Nev ll_l\ W^KRAFT. Main street.
A FINE ASSORTMENT
SARSAPARILLAS, QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHTS, COD LIVER OIL. LIVER
REGULATORS, LIVER INVIGOR
ANT8j_at_E. E. JACKSON'S.
Hinkley *s Family Knitting Machine,
DR. J. W. THOMAS, Agent. Abbeville; 8. C.,
Will reosive orders for Mach i no s from all
territory unaUotted to special agents. Price
?30._, Tor li 2mo*
ALEX. Y. LEE,
Architect, Civil and Hydraulic Engineer.
GENERAL Agent for the State of South Ca?
rolina for Monte's Patent EARTH CLO?
SET. Nov 10
BI Tirtne of en ord*? cf ?ste to me owooUfl.
from tb? Hon. George 8. Bryan, Judge et
the United States Dietrtot Oourt, forth? Dis?
trict of South OwoUjBjj^I^oJKe* for aalo, afr
?ublio anotlon, on TUESDAY, tho Slat ?$>jot
locoraber. it ll r>VlrJ.v *_ ?a ^ , ?
THREE (8) BBLS. DISTILLED BPIBtTS.
Terms cash. L. E. JOHN80N.
Deo 118_United Btatee Marshal.
United States Marshal's Sale.
U. M. OF AMERICAS. C. DISTBlOf.
In the matter of H. H. Kinard, Bankrupt.-Jo.
BY virtne of an order of cale, to me dreootod
in the above causo by the Hon. Oed. 8.
Bryan. Judge of the District Conrt of the
United St atea for the District of South Caroli?
na. I will expose for aale, at publio anotlon, at
Newberry Conrt Honae, on the first MONDAY
in January next, (8d day of January, 1870,) at
ll o'clock a. m.. , .,
Tho BEAL ESTATE or the abore named H.
H. Kinard. I*. X. JOHNSON,
U. S. Marshal District of 8. O.
A. P. FiFF.a, Deputy Marshal and Mensonger.
Deo ll_ ...
In the District Conrt of tile United
States for the District of South Caro?
Th re Jacob Luther Aull, Bankrupt.-/rt
PURSUANT to tho order ot Hon. George 8.
hBryaii, Judge of the United States Court,.
I will Bell, at the roaidenoo of the Bankrupt,in
Newberry County, on THURSDAY, tho IC th of
December, , . "
Allot tho Bankrupts interest bi tho MILL
PBOPERTY of Haltiwangor Sc AnU, lb Ole
County of Lexington; the land containing Wei
acres, more or leas, and adjoining; Imam W'
Simon YooDginer, Broad River, Maj. 8 wy gert
and Spring Hill Road. ?'
Also, the interest of the Bankrupt in the
tract of land in Newberry County, on whioh I
thora ia a Flouring Mill; ?aid land oontUnlu*
315 acres, more or leas, and adjoining landa ot
A. J. Bcdenbaugb, M. Bingley, J. H. Cannon,.
Jacob Bingley and J. B. Bodonbaugh. ^ T
Also, the personal property of eaid Bank?
rupt, consisting of Moles, Farming ?tople- -
monta, Ac. ' . ... tan ?
TEEMS or BALE.-The real estate for one-half
cash; the bilanoo in one year, to bo scoured
by bond and mortgage, with the privilege of
the purchaser paying all eaah. The personal
property for oaah.
ISAIAH HALTIWANGER, Assignee.
Dec 2_ th?
W V. LOVE & CO'S STORE,
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING,
PACK KO maxi, or
The Lowest Prices Asked for Them,
LARGE INVOICE OF COTTONS AND
Woolen?, at lower prices than any tinta
since tho war. Wo carry a big stock of - >
Ladies' and Misses' Shawls and Cloaks,
And can show anything oalled for in BLACK
and COLOltED DRESS GOODS.
KIO GLOVES, in Jovin's genuino colora.
" " 11 Princess, black and .white.
Renier dog-akin, for gents,
Which we guarantee.
na- With our light expenses, we can afford,
and aro making prices better than any we hear
ot; always Belling standard and reliable makes
of Good* that suits the purchaser from first to
lust. W. J?. LOVE ?St CO.,
W. D. LOVE, Columbia Hotel Building,
B. B. MoCREERY._NOT ST
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, ftc. .
-rf. BAGGING, ROPE, IBON _
S.Q 1 T1E8. BACON, Clear RibbedjfiBBI
/2SaW^Sides and Shoulders. A choice
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,*"*T
in burrels, kegs, S Iba., 5 and 10 lb. packages.
Choice Family Flour, in bbls. and bags, with
a full assortment of other grades. Liverpool
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Noa. 1, 2 and 3, la
bbls., halvcB, quarters and kita. SUGAR and
COFFEE, of all grados. TEAS, of aU grades>
Molasses-Muscovado, New Orleans and Sugar
House Syrup. Tobacco and Bogara. Soap: Can?
illen, in boxes and half boxea; 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 brande.
WOODEN WARE, Nests Iron and Brass
Bound Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Gins,
Nails, of all sizos, Shot of all numbers, Cast?
ing, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Skillets and Frying
Pans, of all sizes.
All tho above named with many other arti?
cles has been recently purchased and selected I
with care and will be sold low for cash. Give '
us a call. WELLS Sc OA LD WELL,
Near the 8. C. and G. and C. Railroad Dopot,
next door to National Hotel._Oct Itt '
Removed to New Store
In Columbia Hotel Block, Ono Door NorA
of Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
_ , , IS now receiving a very ^ '
EjBSS-lj5u'l*rge Fall Stock, and is now^?E^
JMS? V lg) ln?Pen f?r inspection. The^LgW*
wHUbUhlstock will comprise evory^S??,
artiole usually kept in a flrat class honae, snob
as Hats, from the loweet grade to the finest
silk bearer, Boots and Shoes in every style,
and at prices to suit all, Trunks, Valisoa. La?
dies' and Gents' Loather. Carpet and Cloth
Hand-bags, Behool Satchels, UmbreBas, Ac.
Thankful for past favors, I will be happy to
receivo a continuance of pnblio patronage.
Tho attention of Wholeaale Bayers ia soU
citod. Call at sign of tho big Boot and Hat.
Oct 3 A. 8MYTHB.
n^?v WE take pleasure
?Vyrtrw-'^I*. in notifying our
jkljCJeiagy. friends and the
mraHg?gry nUblie that we have
BrMfflll-E ' ?. I our Stock,
H ISWHHB rnrmrTrnrn AC..
fcaE?Klg^LiflPt3gfe to Old EXCHANGE
\SS^^??BSr*&^ BAN K CORNER,
^^Sr^y-4n?KSt*\Stf nearly opposite Oc
^?Cv^KSfcvA lurab^ Bi o tel,
TW^-*vj&rr whoro we will bs
pleased to soo and
offer them extra inducements in all artiole?
usually kept in the GROCERY, II ARD WARR,
and LIQUOR line. T. J. A H. M. CIBSON,
Oct 15 Old R<change Batik Corner.
TO THE LEG AI PROFESSION.
T>I0HARL80N'S LAW REPORTS, VOL. 15^
XX Richardson's Equity Reports, Vol. 14.
Being tho concluding, volumen of the Decisions,
of tho Supreme Court ot South Carolina,'Wa?
der the old regime Jost published and foe
ealeby BRYAN A McOARTER.
Nov IO Bookseller a, Columbia.
1 r\f\ LUS ot thia colebrated CHEESB
LVjvJ j ait to hand.
Also, 10 boxea prime Cutting Cheese.
5 boxea Young America Cheese.
For aale by GEO. SYMMEB?^