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ROM?, D?I Rr 17.-Tho Council
hms so ino* failed to frome a commission
to r?gul?t? relationsbetween Church and
State. Thor* is no uneasiness regarding
tho Pope's health. . .
PABZS. ??Cdtuber 17.- In thc Corps
L?gislatif Deon ty Estanceliu expressed
homage for the Orleans Princes and re?
gretted their continued banishment.
Forcade protested. EsUncelin respond?
ed, but Was called, lo OMSK.
' a ?a
Nsw YOIIK, Deoember Vf,-A special
* says the insur
"ogato, and are
ie must havs re
one-third of his
naen ar? aici? Marino's infantry lost
thirty-two men from ?pinito, in one day.
Naur OBJUEANS, December 17.-The
building No. 40 Camp street, was de?
stroyed by firs this morning.
. GALVESTON. December 17. -107 Coun?
ties have boan heard from. DSV?B' ma?
jority ls 11,028. Tho Counties to hear
iron* hare an Aggregate white majority
of 2,000. Tho Tots for Governor is so
eloao'that it wi !l require the official count
to decide. The conservatives olaim a
majority in the 'Legislature on joint bal?
WrwipioroN,; N. C., December 17.
Augustus Xiessman was struck on the
head with a four pound weight, by a ne?
gro, to-day, and his scull badly fractured:
recovery hopeless. A son of the injured
man shot at tho negro, bnt missed him;
the negro escaped.
CHARLESTON, December 17.-Arrived
steamer James Ad ger, New York; ship
Stiere Bloom, Liverpool; bark David M.
Smutt, Liverpool; bark Palmira, Ha?
vana. Sailed-steamer Prometheus,
WASHINGTON, December 17.-The;
Foreign Committee of tho House post
poned the consid?ration of Cnban affairs
tilt attar tho holidays.
The Senate is discussing the Atlnutio j
oabltx Tba Democrats will remain to
adjournment, tn order to prevent the j
Georgia horror, as they call it, from
passing a slim house.
Internal revenue receipts to-day $353,
, Tba *Star says Staunton sncceeds Grier.
General Sherman endorsee a report of
outrages upon the Indians; that a citizen
may murder an Indian with impuni ty; but
if the Indian retaliates, war results, and
the United States must bear the expense.
The President nominated A. T. Aker
man, Attorney for Georgia.
lu the Senate, on the Georgia bill,
Williams' adoption of the fourteenth
constitutional amendment was stricken
from Morton's amendment; so that the
adoption of the fifteenth amendment is
now tho only pre-requfsite.
NovKii EXAMPLE OF HEROISM.-It is'
reported that at the time of the collision
on Thursday, of the ferry boat Manhas
set and the tng Phtenix, the steam wreck?
ing boat Truxton, Capt T. A. Scott,
happened to be passing quite near the
scene of the aooident. Captain Scott,
not being able to get the Trnxton along?
side of the ferry boat, sprang into a
small boat, and made bia way through
the cabin windows of the Mnnhusset, ar?
riving in the engine room just as the
bow of the tug was being extricated from
the ferry boat As the bow was with?
drawn tua water at ouce began to flow in
the aperture with great force, and in a
few minutes, had not Captain Scott, who
ia a very large man, weighing about 250
pounds, place his body in tho bole made
by the tug, and, oalling for blankets and
clothing, succeeded iu keeping out the
rush sufficiently until the boat was got
into the slip and afterwards planked up
the break so that the pumps of thc ferry
boat kept her comparatively free until
she was placed on the dry dock, foot of
Pike street, where she now is. This is
the first record of aleik of this size
being stopped by a man's body ot the
risk of his own life. Possibly several
hundred lives were saved by the bravery
of Captain Scott.-New York Herald.
SPEECH OF FRANCIS JOSEPH.--The
Emperor Franois Joseph opened the
Reicherath Monday, December 13, with
a speech from the throne. He favored
a conciliatory course in dealing with the
Dalmatian insurrection, dwelt upon the
peaceful appearance of European affairs
with satisfaction; and deolared that the
Austrian Empire was in excellent rela?
tions with foreign powers, even on a
point which had momentarily caused
some troubla Referring to internal
affairs, the Emperor announoed that
important concessions were to be made
to tho different nationalities. Modifica?
tions of the constitution would be ne?
cessary, but must be made in accordance
with its spirit He closed by promising
that the autonomy of the provinces
would bs respected as long as it was
compatible with the maintenance ci the
unity and power of the Empire.
The Woman Who Dared lives in Illi?
nois. She worried a promise of marriage
ont of a Sunday evening caller, invited
bim. to a party a few days afterwards,
showed him a marriage certificate con?
taining his name, and stroking him
nnder the chin, said: "Now, Henry, yon
are going to failli your engagement?"
Despite Henry's excuses, ho wus a mar?
ried man ia fifteen minutes.
A white mau, named Bush Pitmnu,
had a difficulty with a negro, named Ned
MoBrayer, in Cl ea vela nd County, N. C ,
a few days ago, when Pitman was killed.
The same night, the negro's home was
burnt to the ground.
The New York Hotel was sold at
anetion to the heirs of the owners at
$1.005,000. This building rents foi
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pre
serve my good condition," I use SOT/)
MON'S Brrrxaa. N21
... ,-""T".TT~" " I
citemeut in ?be gold room-gold down
end fluctuating violently between 21 *?
and 22, for the last ten minutes. At 12
o'clock. thajrii*** 2QK@?: Wbd?:
7, in currency. 02 s 18%. Gola 21>?.
Tennessee's, ex-coupon, 51 ; now, 43; Vir?
ginia's, ex-ooapon, 48%; now, 56; Lou?
isiana's, old. Cd; levee 6's 60??; 8's 76;
Alabama 8's 92; ?Vs 60; Georgia 6's 82; 7's
93; North Oarolina'e, old, 48; se?, 28*?;
South Carolina's, now, 76. Floor dull.
Wheat a shads firmer for winter, but un?
changed for spring. Corn quiet anti
firm. Fork dull-sew mess 32.00. Ls rd
dull, at 18}.<@18;5j,'. Cotton firm, at 26>?.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm; sales8,100 bales,
at 25}?-closing quiet. Flour heavy and
declining. Wheat firmer, without decid?
ed change. Corn quiet and firm-old
mixed Western 1.12,firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork
heavy-new 32.00@S2.50; old 32.50@
32.75. Whiskey 1.01. Freights dull
cotton steam 5-16(^^. Money easier, at
7, currency. Sterling 9%. Gold excited
to-day, over the deoliue which followed
the action of the Seoretary of the Treasu?
ry; pressure to sell very great, and the
price, at one time, reached 20*?-the
lowest since 1862, and olosed, at 20*?@
20%. 62's 13%.
BALTIMORE, December 17.-Cotton
quiet and steady, at 25. Flour dull and
Bteady. Wheat-choice red email@example.com.
Corn-white 65@88; yellow 85@90.
Oats dull, at 54@58. Rye firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pork email@example.com. Bacon shoulders
15^. Lard 19. Whiskey 1.00>?@1.01.
CINCINNATI, December 17.-Grain un?
changed. Whiskey held firmly, at 98.
Pork dull and offered at 30.50.
ST. Loora, December 17.-Corn
white 93?97. Whiskey firm, at 1.00.
Pork dall, nt 30.50?31.00. Bacon job?
bing-shoulders 15??@15}?; olear sides
183?@19. Lard 17$f.
Nsw ORLEANS, December 17.-Cotton
aotive and higher-24@24}?; sales 6,500
bales; receipts 8,639; week's sales 18,600.
Corn firmer-white and yellow 1.17@
I. 20. Pork firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon job?
bing 16>?@20}?. Sugar dull and lower
-prime 12}?@12^. Molasses easier
prime 66@68. Whiskey email@example.com.
SAVANNAH, December 17.-Sales of
cotton to-day 200 bales at 244/ for mid
diing; market firm.
MOBILE, December 17.-Sales of cot?
ton to-day 8,000 bales; for the week
II, 000-middlings 24.
CHARLESTON, December 17.-Cotton
aotive; sales 600 bales-middlings 24^;
receipts 2,027; exports coastwise 414.
AUGUSTA, December 17.-Cotton mar?
ket firm and more aotive; sales 1,009
bales; receipts 1,300-middlings firm, at
23??; sales of the week 5,068.
PABIS, December 17.-The Bourse
opened firm-rentes 72 and 69.
LONDON, December 17-3 P. M.-Con
sola 92Bonds 85^8'.
LivKBTOoii, December 17-3 P. M.
Cotton steady and strong-uplands ll? j ;
Orleans 12; sales of the week 98,000
bales; exports 16,000; speculation 21,000;
stock 349,000; whereof American is
64,000; receipts of the week 100,000, of
; which American is 70,000; cotton afloat
274,000; Americau 151,000. Yarns and
fabrics at Manchester firmer.
LIVERPOOL, December 17-Evening.
Cotton firm-uplands 11^@11%; Or?
leans 12@12,i?; sales 18,000 bales; ex
i port and speculation 5.000.
WHOLESALE. PRICES CKUUENT,
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY THE BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES, "f'bu.l 25?T60 MOLASSES.(Juba,67(002
lUuai.NO,Gunny 26?28 New Ol TUM 1 00? 1 10
Dundoo fi yd 30@32 Sugar H*8b..76? 1 25
SALE ROPE, Manil,?26 NAILS, kog6 00@7 00
N.y.or\Vest^tt>10@15 ONIONS. $busl 75?2 00
BITTER, Northern @50 OIL, Kerosene,g 60?75
Country, $ tt>.25?35 Machinery_75?1 00
BACON. Ilains. ..23?25 POULTRY, Ducks pr
Sides, tjJlb_20@2l Turkeys.3 00
Shoulders... 16 ?18 Chickens.25@3G
BRICKS, $1,000 . .9@12 Ooese .
CANDLES, Suerin40?70 SPECIE, Gold ?1 22
Adamantine lt>21@25 Silver.118?
TaUow. 14? 16 POTATOES, Iris 75? 1 50
COTTON YARNI 85@2 00 I Swoot, bus 1 00?1 20
CoiTON.Strict Md?234 RICE, Caroliuatt>8i?09
Middling...23}? 1 East India_
Low Midl'g, 23 @ ! SHOT, ipbag. 3 12?3 25
GoodOrduy,22 ? I SALT, Liverp.250?2 CO
Ordinary... 20 ? 211 SOAP, $Ib,.7?@11
CHEESE, E.D.lb. 23?25 I SpiniTs, Alcohol,gl4 00
factory.19@24 Brandv . .4 00@12 00
COIFEE, Rio, $fi>21?25 HollndGin.5 00?7 00
Laguayra-27?31 American..2 0?@3 00
Java.37?-10 Jam. Rum.G 00?7 00
FLOUR,Co. 900?1000 N.E. " . .2 0Q@3 00
Northern.6 00? 11 00 Bo. Whisky 3 50?4 60
QBAIN, Corn 1 40?1 50 Mouonghla250?4 00
Wheat... .1 60?2 00 Rectified. 1 86? 1 65
Oats. 90@1 00 SuoAB.Crus'd, 18??19
Peas.1 41@1 50 Powdered... 18??20
HAY, North, ^owt.2 00 Brown.12@17
Eastern. STARCH, lb... 9??11
Hi uns, Div, $)tbl2J@18 TEA, Green n>l 00?2 00
Green.?8 Black,_1 00? 1 50
?NDIGO, Caro... 1?1 25 TOBACCO, Chw.60?l 25
LARD, ~i.i\t>.20?22 Smoking, lb..50? 1 00
LUMBER, Bds lOOf.l 50 VINEGAR, Wine,.70@75
Scantling. 160 Cider.50? 60
Shingles, f?1000..2 75 French_1 25? 1 50
LIME, libbi. 2 70?2 80 WINK, Cham. 25@32 00
MEATS, Pork, %Jtb. 15* Port, #gal300?5 00
Boor.8? 13 8herry... 8 50?6 00
Mutton.10?12 Madeira.. .2 50?8 00
Report for Week ending Friday, Dec. 17, 1869.
PHCBNIX OFFICE. COLUMBIA, December 18,
1869.-COTTON.-The sales of cotton during the
past wcok amounted to 628 balea, at the fol?
lowing pricea: 12 at 20; 3 at 21; 19 at 22; ll at
224; 57 at 22); 46 at 22.}; 87 at 23; 119 at 23.i ;
184 at 23* : 8 at 23} ; 16 at 28j.
A Boston undertaker, having estab?
lished himself next door to a popular
livery stable, was accosted one day by an
individual, apparently in a great hurry,
who asked, "Cun I get an open buggy
here?" "No, sir," said tho interrogated,
"we haven't got a buggy, but (pointing
to a hearse which stood at the door) we
cftn accommodate you with a skeleton
One of the men indicted for murder?
ing mon during the war, has been con?
victed in tho Distriot Court o' Gillespie
County, Texas, and sentenced to twenty
i years in the penitentiary.
"Oh! what an excellent Tonio," is the
langa Age of the invalid who asea SOLO?
MONS' BITT BRA. N21
, ' BOMB, DeUuMbU 14.^AHN?e) boll of
muon importance baa jost been issued in
tba Holy City bj Pope Pius IX.
' The boll tries a strict seal' of secrecy
on the prelates who sro assembled in the
General Council, and also establishes the
regulations tor the guidance and raia of
the proceedings of the ?sssmblago. In
the exordium tho Holy Father exhorta
and adjures the bishops to lire in the
spirit and practice ot the cardinal vir?
tues of'charity sud, humility, with so?
briety and a serious contemplation of the
dignity and reverence of the occasion,
during the entire time of the meeting.
He declares that although the assembled
prelates and patriarchs enjoy and have
the right of making propositions to the
entire body ot any time, the fact of the
council in its essentials belong only to
the Head of the Church and the Sacred
College and Ecclesiastical Court of Rome,
as expressed in the words et nos et ad
sanctum sedam. He desires and exhorts
eaeh one of the most reverend fathers to
think and oonsider it bis duty to make
propositions in the council, but only on
the following conditions, viz:
1. That such ' propositions shall be
made in writing aud submitted for scru?
tiny privately, or before being plaoed for
debate, to a council committee of bish?
ops, named by the Pope beforehand, and
charged with the duty of examining
whether the resolutions are in accordance
with church discipline.
2. That all propositions so ordered
shall have for their object, iu some man?
ner stated, the genernl interests of the
church, aud uot tho interest of any one
particular diocese of the church.
3. That each resolution shall be ac?
companied by a statement setting forth
the motives which influenced and led to
4. That the resolution' or resolutions
shall in each instance be couohed in
words and language, and intent, so as to
be made ot ric t ly conformable to the
spirit, teachings and traditions of the
Holy Catholio Church.
Hi3 Holiness, by this bull, imposes a
bond of secrecy on every person con?
cerned with the conoiliary labors. He
also fixes the rule of order of precedence
during the proceedings of the body, the
prelates ranking in the following degrees
-Cardinal bishops, cardinal priests, car?
dinal deacons, patriarchs, primates, arch?
bishops, bishops, mitred abbots and
generals of monastic orders.
The Pope authorizes the appointment
of certain fathers designated, teu in num?
ber, who are to be charged with the ad?
judication and settlement of all contesta?
tions or points of difference arising
among the reverend fathers in the Coun?
cil at large. He appoints also the of?
ficers of the Council, and in this names
as legati or proesides over general congre?
gations, or council committees, the Car?
dinals de Reisach, of Vienna; de Lucca,
Bizarri, Bilio and Capalti. Right rev?
erend fathers desiring to harangue the
Council Assembly must have been first
authorized by the aforesaid legati to do
KO, and this authorization must be had
on the preeeding evening, at least All
matters relating to church canons or
canon law must be submitted to the mem?
bers of one of the four commissioners
on Faith, Discipline, Religious Orders
and Oriental Affairs-which have been
duly appointed and made public. The
members of each of these several com?
missions have been chosen by the bish?
ops themselves, but each commission is
presided ovor by a cardinal named by
the Pope for that duty. The bull pro?
hibits the most reverend fathers from
absenting themselves before the conclu?
sion of the Couucil, and authorizes and
permits them to reside out of their seve?
ral dioceses and places of local charge
during the whole period of the .session of
A majority of the bishops are, it is
said, dissatisfied with many of the pro?
visions of the bull.
Commissioner Delano has decided
that officers of internal revenue shall
not be allowed to charge citizens for
making out papers which the latter are
required to furnish, and gives notice
that those who make such charges, will
be instantly dismissed from the service.
A Missouri chap, who didn't get nu
invitation to n ball, had some fun by
firing a revolver into the crowd. He
killed ene, and two others were laid up
for repairs, while the shootist went into
quarantiue in the County jail.
For a prize of a gold ring, four girls,
at Pittsburg, waltzed for five hours and
had to be carried home on a plank.
Their shoes had to be cut off their feet,
and their limbs were swelled as large as
The Government is somewhat embar?
rassed at the claims of colored soldiers'
heirs, as sometimes four or five women
will appear, all claiming to bo the widow
of the same man. It is now generally
believed that the colored troops had to
fight nobly to support so many wives.
The bridge of the Savannah and
Charleston Railroad across tho Havannah
River will be finished on the 20th inst.,
and passenger trains will run between the
two cities on tho 31st of the present
A policeman of Elmira shot a Mr. Den?
nison, whom ho was trying to arrest,
and then looked him up in a eel!, with
no attention to his wounds. In the
morning, the man was found dead.
A destructive fire broke out at Point
Levi, Canada, on Monday night, by
which a large hotel and two other build?
ings were destroyed.
Advices from Colima, Mexico, repre?
sent tho surrounding country in a state
of anarchy. There is no security for life,
property or person.
A little boy was fatally scalded in Oseo,
Illinois, by placing his month over the
nose of a boiling tea kettle and inhaling
The weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored by
the use of" SOLOMONS' BITTKP". N21
*** M?*?? Bk
MAI wa <^ |sH?BOM*.^T?fee reception of
on board tn? ?ron-ol?d ?ft^n?roh, toole
placo on Saturday, December ll. Al?
though lt was Intended tust the proceed?
ings should be privately conducted, they
were attended by an interesting demon?
stration of respect The remains were
accompanied to the place of embarkation
by Sir Gertie Lnmpaon, Charles Beads,
Minister Motley, J. S. Morgan and H.
Somerby. They were received at the
dock by the municipal authorities of I
Portsmouth, and the officers and marines
of ber Majesty's ship Monarch and of I
the United States ship Plymouth. Her
Majesty's ship Duke of Wellington fired
minute guns during the embarkation.
The ships in the harbor displayed their
flags at half-mast, and dipped their en?
signs as the Monaroh steamed out On
the arrival of the coffin on board the
Monarch, Mr. Motley addressed Captain
Oommerell, commander of the ship, as
SIR: The President of the United
States having been informed of the
death of the great philanthropist, the
lamented Mr. Peabody, ?t once ordered
a ship from the European squadrou of
the United States to proceed to this
country in order to convey his remains
to Amerioa. Simultaneously her Majesty
the Queen, being apprised of the sad
?vent, gave orders that one of her
Majesty's ships should be appointed to
perform tho same office. This double
honor from the heads of two great
nations to a simple Amerioan citizen,
was, like his bounty to the poor of both
nations, quite unprecedented. The
President has yielded most cordially to
the wish of the Queen, and the remains
of Mr. Peabody are now to be conveyed
across the Atlantic in the British vessel
to his native country to be buried with
hie kindred, while the American national
vessel will accompany her as consort on
the voyage. All that was mortal, there?
fore, of onr lamented friend was taken
this morning from Westminster Abbey,
where very rarely before in history did
a foreigner of any nation find sepulture,
whether temporarily or permanently,
and has been brought to this port. As
Minister of the Republic at the Court of
ber Majesty, I have been requested by
the relative and executors of Mr. Pea?
body, who are now present, to confide
these, his revered remains, to your
keeping. This duty I have now the
honor of fulfilling.
Capt Commerell replied:
Ma. MOTIIET: I accept this sacred trust,
sir, in the samo spirit in whioh you have
confided it to my eare; and I assure you
that these remans shall be cared for and
guarded by me and those around me
with jealous interest as sacred relics of
one whose memory will ever be held dear
by the people of my country.
The coroner of St Louis has preferred
n charge of murder in fourth degree
against the architect and conductor of
the building at the corner of Fifth and
Olive streets, in that city, part of whioh
fell on November 19, which killed and
wonuded several persona.
The elevated railway in New York will I
be opened to the public about the last of ?
I January. It will run from tho foot of
Greenwich street to the Hudson River
Railroad Depot, in 30th street
HOTEL ARRIVALS, December 17.-Columbia I
Itali.!- W Danett, F Jannings, G H Brown,
Hiss Wilder, D Jennings, Charleston; 8 M 1
Kogan, Wm Osborn, C Aldrich, N Y; Feter
Adams, Greensboro; W D Starling, citv; A W
Tharin. Mrs Halsey, Mrs Fickens. 8 ?; W B
Richards, N C; A J Cheatham, H ? Jones, Bal?
timore; N F By mun, Ringville; H L Benbow,
PG Benbow, Clarendon; 8 R Adams, Camden.
Jfickerstm House-O Middleton. R H Ed?
munds, Jr, J E Craig, F Winthrop, Charleston;
J E Wolf, Va; J D Brown, N Oj G D Chapman.
Augusta; H li Cook, Beach Island; J Curtis, S
M Barnett, T S Gary, N ?; 8 W Vinson, Bos?
ton; R Battle, Miss Battle, Miss Fisher, Con?
necticut; W W Nicholson, Chester; Mrs A A
Bakerand two children, Miss G Miller, Tl!
Perrin, Abbeville; J H Gay, J S Williams, N C;
J O Meredith, Helena; C H Holt, Maryland;
E M Stocher, W J Watson, Marien; W J Davis,
Fairfield; F G Ames, J O Barber, 8 C.
49" The Rafle which was to have taken
place at the Columbia Hotel, last evening, for
a handsome Music-box, has been postponed
until SATURDAY NIGHT, at 0 o'clock.
Dec 16 ths
THAT desirable RESIDENCE-with or
without the Furniture-situate on Arse?
nal Hill, and now occupied by the sub?
scriber. C. H. BALDWIN.
Dec 17_ 2
JJ. TWO HOUSE8 to let, at vory reason
ffib. able prices; one on Richardson and ono
AU.on Lady street. Apply to H. LEVIN,
near the Market. Dec 17 2*
A f\f\ LBS. fresh Country BUTTER,
ffcV./VJ 1.200 lbs. Mountain Butter, in small
kegs. foj_"ajojowj_E. A G. D. HOPE.
IHAVE just received bv Express a fine as?
sortment of DIAMOND JEWELRY-Rings
from $10 to $250. WILLIAM GLAZE.
Fine Gold Watches
__-?ja? OF all descriptions, for Ladies
and Gentlemen, for Hale at
gg&tffltth WILLIAM GLAZE'S,
?sssssss""^"^T Ono door North of Messrs.
Scott A Williams' Banking House. Dec 16
Fine Cold Watch Chains
OF all tho latest styles, for Ladies and Gen?
tlemen, Tor sale bv WILLIAM GLAZE.
(inns and Ammunition.
FUST recoivod bv William Glase, flue Eng?
lish BREED H- LOA DI N G GUNS, tine Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, sieA and Caps, of all
kind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott. Wil?
liams A Co.'a Banking Houso. Dec 16
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first claas workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Dec 16 WILLIAM OLAZfc.,
GENTLEMEN'S fine CALF
IffV ZOUAVES sod Double Sole Bal
ll morals. Aleo, fine Calf BBO
W '4fcj OAKS, tt J. MEIOHAN'S.
Bbl?, treoh Cracker?,
? tierces choice 8. C. Hams,
10 bbls. choice Bye Whiskey,
M botes Factory and Dairy Cheese,
S Sr kiss chotee Beabea Batter.
Low for caab by B. ALLEN.
Horns for Baie.
mt"'- *""a'A-rWRnrmwM W**
<Tr^Sdle and HAr-\mS?P^g^B?^
T " neee HOBBES, ^
wo ll broke and uf the beat stock. 8eeiog is be?
lieving. Persons in want of euch stock: are
requested to call on W. C. ANDERSON.
Delaines, Hootch Plaids,
Black Silk, Fancy Silk?,
Linen Cambric Handk'B, Cuffs,
Collars, Ribbons and Trimmings,
all sizes of English A
Son's Needles, which we guarantee.
LADIES' KID GLOVES-best,
Gent's Kid Gloves-beet,
Ladies' Cloth Glove?-beet,
Ladles' Berlin Gloves-beet,
Ladies' Buck Gloves-best.
Ladies' Cotton and Merino Hose,
Gent's Cotton " ' half "
Ladies' Under Tests,
Gent's Under Vests.
LADIES' ARAB SHAW L8,
Ladies' Cloth Cloaks,
Hoods, Sentags and Coats,
Opera Sacques-entirely new,
Ulankoto. 10-4., 11-4., 12-1.,
Table Covers, Piano Covers.
CAS8IMERE8 AND CLOTHS,
Jeana and Tweeds,
Brown and Bleach Domestico.
CARPETING, OIL CLOTHS, &C. &C.
Wo sell standard and reliable makes of |
Goods only, and guarantee satisfaction in all.
W. D. LOVE, W. D. LOVX ?fc CO.,
B. B. McCBEERY. Columbia Hotel Building.
THE largest and beat aeleoted stock of pret?
ty, useful and reasonable Articles, espe?
cially adapted for HOLIDAY PRESENTS, aro
now opening at E. POLLARD'S.
WEW AMD BEAUTIFUL
JUST received, another invoice of ARABS,
of the most snperp styles; handsome
Double SHAWLS, and a variety of CLOAKS,
suitable for the season. Call and examino
them, at C. F. JACKSON'S.
O O M I SS- Gc !
^Nl) all kind-hearted people will gladden
tho hearts of their friends and Uttlo one? by
giving them a
Christmas or New Year Present
You will dnd over TEN THOUSAND differ?
from 10 cents up to $50, at thc store of
O, F, JACKSON,
Christmas and New Tear Presenta.
Watch-maker and Jeweler,
Columbia Hotel Row,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA. ?. C.
REEPS on band anv and everything in the
way of WATCH KS, CL' iCKS. JEWELRY,
SPECTACLES FANCY ARTICLES, otc.
Han just opened a largo assortment of solid
HILVcltWAKE, for tho Holiday?; Ano TABLE
iud POCKET CUTLERY; Tablo Knives of
solid st ol, silver-plated-something new.
Sportsmen can obtain tho very best of Ammu?
nition; Dixon's Hog-skln Shot and Powder
Planks, Cartridges, eto. Resides a variety of
DOG COLLARS. Call and oxaralne.
<*Deo 10_ _
IKIT Virginia APPLE BUTTEn-soraothlng
now. Also, 1 kit flue Virginia Glades BUT?
100 bbls. FLOUR, (without onions,) which
will be sold low for cash, by
Dec 0 CAMHRKLL A JONES. Malu st.
Fire Crackers! Fire Crackers 1
1 AA BOXES first quality FIRE ORACK
1.V/VJ ER8, last received and for salo low
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Sal SA! ?Ea!
Kris Kringle is Coming
M'KENZIE'S, HAIN STREET.
The only authorized Agent by Letters Patent,
from Santa (Mut. vj
WHERE every thing possible and impossi?
ble can bo obtained in Kris' line, which
corers a multitude of Nick Knacks, ?neu as rf
TOTS, of al! descriptions.
FANOY BOXES in great variety.
BON-BONS, CANDY FRUITS. Ac, Ac, as?
sorted CANDIES, pure, and of Columbia ma?
nufacturo. ?Mit Ai
[N. B. No Clay or Kaolin used in this ma?
nufactory; pare 8ugare, unadulterated.]
Domestic JELLIES-Apple, Haw, Plum,
Cranberry and Gooseberry, from pure fruit?. ,
Together with imported Currant Jelly.
TAMARINDS and CANNED FRUITS and
A special invoico of TOYS from Eris, expect'
ed on Thursday. ^ .
FIRE WORKS, CRACKERS, TORPEDOES,
ROCKETS, Ste., &e.^\J.
iffflaffil Irfaflfc thom in time, to
<M SS^prevent disap
JB g6%S gpofotment.
t^M| H^f pft10^' . ana?3Ai'
^^SKsSB?l^^ ways on hahd* and
~ ' rTFil tl to order. ,
SCOTCH CAKE and Currant Bonn. ri
Small CAKES in great variety.jica>f< - i
Fresh RAISINS in whole, half and "quarter
boxes. ' .
Smyrna FIGS in all sized packages.
PRUNES, West India and Florid?. Oranges;
Northern Applea, Lemons, ?o., Ac. ,
A frosh invoice of those choice and.Incom
parablo CRACKERS, via: ALBERT BISCUITS,
made by McKenzie & Middle mas, Edithburg,
Scotland: with a choice and selected stock of
Goods, fancy and staple, to?, numerous to
mention. Call, Bee, try, and be convinced.
J. MCKENZIE Mala street/
Next door to corner of Lady street. Comm
bia, 8. C. Deo 15
NEW STORE AND NEW
WE take pleasure in anno
public, that we have this t
fine Btook of DRY GOODS, of ei
tion, and shalt always have on Baad a fine
assortment of all the varions Goode appertain?
ing to our trade.
Our Bress Gooda Department
Shall always be replete, with the latest styles
of Silks, Satins, Poplins, Plaida, Empresa
Cloths. Merinos. Delaines and Operas, in aU
colors, Prints of all grades and makes,
TABLE LINENS, in all styles, Damasks,
Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Diapers of
In JEANS, CASSI MERES, BROADCLOTHS,
DOESKINS, we ahsQ always have a complete
assortment. .-t ,
In BLEACHED GOODSIJ^BSTtNGS and
SHIRTINGS, and in BROWN COTTONS, we
shall offer (treat inducements.
In GLOVES, HOSIERY, OENFS WEAR,
Collara, Merino Drawers, and Shirt?, a fine se?
lection and bargains.
A fins assortment of NOTIONS on hand.
Call and see us, at the New Store, inDiercka'
new building, under tho old Kinaler Hall.
Dec 2 Snap S. W. PORTER A CO.
To the Public in General.
IHAVE better COTTON SEED than any
man who advertises Seed for sale.' Mine
is the improved BOYD PROLIFIC, which ex?
cels any other. The price is 52.50 per bushel.
Aa examination of my proofs will ne convinc?
ing. 1 refer to Joeob H. Wells and J. D. Hilt.
Call and look at the growth, in Butcher Town.
Dec 3 _ ._N. POPE,
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE Firm of FISHER. LOWRANCE St
FISHER is dissolved by the death of the
BJAU those indebted to this concern are ear?
nestly requested to come forward and settle
their accounts withount delay.
R. N. LOWRANCE, )
J. FISHER, I Survivors.
COIXMBIA, S. C., December 1,1869.
RN. LOWRANCE, W. B. LOWRANCE ASO
. P. C. L?RICK having purchased the
stock of Fisher, Lowrance St Fisher, have
united under the firm of LOWRANCE & CO.,
and beg luave to offer their services to, and
ask a continuance of, the favors of the friends
of the old concern. They will receive payment
from all parties indebted to Fisher, Lowrance
9-- Fisher: and those having claims against the
same, will present them for liquidation.
Dec 2_ LOWRANCE ? 00.
Empire Shuttle Machine.
WHY IS VT THE BEST!
Seams all right.
It will take nrty
stitches to the
, inch finer than
any other Ma?
chine. It will
sew heavier and
than any other
Machine. It nasa
any and every
kind of Thread.
It sews Starched
L--;. Gooda as well aa
sews tho most delicate, thin, soft fabric with?
out drawing. It sews a Bias Seam as well aa
any other. W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
Nov 21 Imo_S?le Agents.
90 Barrels Western FLOUR, super, ex?
tra and family.
2,000 pounds Fine Feed.
Best Orange County-Butter, Dairy and Fac?
tory Cheeso, Saur Kraut, Minee Meat, (some
thing nice.) Brandy Fruits, Jellies-assorted
Canned Tnmatoe.?, Peaches, Salmon, Cove
OvsterH, Lobsters. Sardines, Dosicated Cod
Fish. Fulton Market Beer, Pickles, Salmon,
Bav Mackerel, etc., otc.
hov 20 LEAPHART A SLOANS.
Uco the Best.
INE English Cooking Soda, same pries aa
For? Cream Tartar.
For sale low by
Nov 25 E E J VOKSON. Druggist.
Frosh Norfolk Oysters,
RECEIVED EVERY DAY, and families eta
be supplied tn anv quantity, ak
Nov 24 J. E. HE?8H'S RESTAURANT.