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Parla Exosporatctl-TCItctleiia Suapendcd,
TOURS, September 24.-Tho following
news is official: In tho proclamation to
Franco, boforo the siego of Paris, Julos
Favre desired to soo Bismarck, to know
the intention of tho enemy. Tho follow?
ing is the declaration of the euemy:
"Prussia wishes to coutinuo tho war, in
order to reduco France to a second rate
power. Prussia demands Alsace and
Lorraine ns far as the Mouso, by right of
conquest. Prussia, before consenting to
an armistice, demands tho rendition of
Strasburg, Toul and Moutvalorion." Pa?
ris is exasperated, and will rather bury
herself beneath her ruins. To such in?
solent pretensions, we eau only respond
by resistance to tho last extremity.
Franco accepts tho struggle, and counts
upon her children. Signed by Crcmioux,
Glais, Gizoiu and Tourichou.
The Government has issued decrees
that all municipal elections, as well as
those of tho Constituent Assembly, will
be suspended and adjourned, and all mu?
nicipal elections which hove been effect?
ed, annulled. Tho Prefects will maintain
thoir municipalities, or in their inability
to serve, appoint others.
BRUSSELS, Septcuibor 2-1.-Toni capi?
tulated, aud wns not carried by storm as
at first reported. Tho terms accorded
are similar to those granted at Sedau.
LONDON, September 25.-Despatches
from Tours confirm tho reports of light?
ing in Paris, between the Beds aud the
troops under Trochu. No particulars.
The local Junta will rule Bomo till
the plebiscite vote.
Tho French steamer from Havre will
come to New York via Cowes.
FLORENCE, September 25.--Cadorna,
addressing the Provisional Government
of Borne which he himself created, said:
Your task is sublime. Tho 2?th of Sep?
tember is an era iu your history, for it
makes Home again n capital kingdom.
TOURS, Soptombor 25.-Ministers
Gnmbatte and Ferry, addressing Cro
mieux say: "Paris proposos to make a
heroic defence. All parties aro united
to sustain tho Government of defence.
You hear, through Prussian sources, of
troubles in Paris. Deny it. We havo
an enormous force of National and Mo?
bile Guard and troops of tho line, with
munitions and provisions, to hold out
all tho winter. Let France make a hero?
LONDON, September 25.-Thiers, after
an interview with Yon Bueat, departed
to St. Petersburg.
Tho journals concur that Fuvre's visit
to Bismarck is abortive.
The Tours journals declare that tho
Fronch people prefer extinctiou to hu
Tho Germans consider Strasburg,
Toul aud Verdun theirs. Favre and his
colleagues unite against thoir demands.
Tho terms now dopend upon tho Euro?
pean Congress to assemble at Brussels.
La France says that peace is impossiblo
on the ternis now proposed without
ruin. Nothing is left us but dogged re?
Despatches from Berlin repudiate the
permanent occupation of Fort Mont Va?
lerian as a permanent meuaco to Paris.
Tho St. Petersburg journal denies that
the neutral powers encourage obstinacy
in Frauce, and declares that Bussia ap?
proves the terms dictated by Prussia.
Queen Victoria wholly ignores Euge?
nia and Louis.
A meeting in London was held last
night in sympathy with Franco. It was
a failure, fow people aud no notable ora?
tors were present.
FLORENCE, September 20.-Among the
political persons released at Home, was
Petroux, after seveutuen years' imprisou
LONDON, September 20.-Tho Times'
specials, dated Saarbruck, 24th instant,
say Bazaine made a feint on the sido of
Morey La Haut, and attempted to escape
to Thionvillo. There was a heavy can?
nonade for some hours, aud a sharp tight
at Moulin, seven miles from Metz. Thc
French were driven back; their loss was
serious. Bazaine, has released his pri?
soners. A heavy force of Bavarians is
penetrating the country towards Lyons.
Tho cathedral at Strasburg is irreparably
injurod. The astronomical clock is still
Von Buest has assured Thiers of the
deepest sympathy, but intervention is
impossible. It is said Thiers will offer
tho Czar importaut concessions in thc
A French loTee, cn masse, is hourly
Tho Baltic fleet has been ordered to
cut tho cabio between Germany aud
TOURS, September 25.-Tho city is
crowded with refugees fioni all quarters;
many sleep in tho streets.
BRUSSELS, September 20.-Tho Bel?
gian press unanimously denounce Prus?
sia's arrogant demands.
BKUSSELS, September 20.-Bands of
workmen yesterday paraded tho streets
singing tho Marseillaise, aud crying
" Vive la France.'"
The majority of thc people here dis?
favor .tho aunexation of Alsace aud
Lo ra i no.
TOURS, September 25.-A largo num?
ber of official messengers hence for Puris,
have returned. All omnibus horses of
Paris was siezed by the Government to
transport troops. Thu Journal Officiel
publishes decrees, increasing tho num?
ber of regiments and conferring extra?
ordinary powers upon gcuoral officers.
A division of cavalry reached hero from
South Franco. A largo force of Mobiles
passed Tours going to Orleans. Martial
law in Algeria has been suspended. Thu
Prussian dragoons are at Medan. The
Prussians are in force at Bongivalc, Beal,
Montcrie and near Chat*lion. Skirm?
ishes occurred at Ville, Juif la Huge,
Chevilly, and elsewhere. The Prussians
have apparently abandoned tho St.
Dennis side. Their movements indicate
an intention to al luck ut Screaux. Later
information place thu Prussians near
Banget and at St. (/'loud.
LONDON, September 2G.--Despatches
from Orleans report cavalry at Bazoohcs,
and nt Antonay. Prince Albert, with a
largo force, is reported near Bazoches.
Tho Prussians aro reconstructing Lrfon
MADRID, Soptembor 26.-The Govern?
ment informs DeRodas that his resigna?
tion, if persisted in, will be accepted.
LONDON, September 26.-Communica?
tion from Paris and Tours, by balloons,
continues. Prefects of the Western De?
partment, according to proclamation of
tho Ministry, arc appealing to the people
to rise en manse and overwhelm tho in?
vaders. 3,000,000 francs for defence was
voted by Calais. Belgium is grieved aud
ularmcd at the failure of tho peace nego
tiatious. Tho treaty between Belgium
and Prussia for tlie release of tho wound?
ed in Belgian hospitals, has beon signed.
JAMAICA, September 20.-Tho cable
laid yesterday is working admirably.
It will be continued to Aspinwall.
n-ivul <>r a JU Using Steamer-Demo?
NORFOLK, September 25.-Tho United
States Steamer Bibb, whoso loss at sea
was receutly rumored, has arrived safely
at Hatteras inlet.
ST. Loris, September 25.-Several
prominent members of tho polico have
beou removed for adhering to liberal
NASHVILLE, September 25.-Tho muni?
cipal elcctiou was carried by 2,000; both
CINCINNATI, September 25.-The
Bridge Commission has commenced its
session. Tho river men claim that dur?
ing high water tho draws are dangerous,
and nro out of channel during low water.
CHARLESTON, September 20.-Arriv?
ed-steamer Clydo, Now York.
CHEYENNE, September 26.-Half a
block ou Eddy street was burned to day;
loss S200.000; little insurance.
NEW YORK, September 26.-The steam?
er Sarah Fish, of Maiue, was abandoned
in a sinking condition; crew brought
boro by the Orleans steamer Metropolis.
Kepling, arrested near Reading, Pa.,
charged with implication in the Nathan
murder, was in New Jersey when tho
murder occurred. Tho arrest was caused
by extravagaut accounts of his own ex?
RALEIGH, September 26.-Extensive
preparations are being made for tho State
fair, to bo held hero on tho 18th of Octo?
ber, and to contiuue for four days. It is
expected that the exhibition and attend?
ance will L i the largest ever had. The
Rov. Charles Phillips, D. D., of David
sou College, an accomplished scholar,
will deliver an address. The trotting
track is iu excellent ordor. A large num?
ber of special premiums aro offered by
leading business men, in addition to the
regular premium. All quiet in political
NEW ORLEANS, September 26.-Ten
yellow fover deaths for the last twenty
Tho daughter of A. W. Walker, aged
fourteen, was instantly killed by falling
from the gallery of her father's residence,
WASHINGTON, Septembor 26.-Admi?
ral Porter asks to be relieved from fur?
ther duty iu tho Navy Department, on
account of failing health.
NEW YORK, September 26.-The New
England press, including Boston, have
renewed their contract with tho Associat?
PHILADELPHIA, September 26.-Judge.
Robert C. Grier is dead-aged sovouty
Eutaw Encampment No. 2, I. 0. 0. F.
A REGULA lt meet
__,ing of thia Eneanip
EPmuntnillbu hehl Tills
(Tuesday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Members aro requested to bc prompt in at?
tendance, by order of the C. P.
Sopt 27 1_M. GOLDSMITH. Scribe.
Cotton States Mechanics and Agricul?
tural Fair Association
AUGUSTA, Ga., OCTOBISR 23, 1S70.
RAILROADS carry viaitora or articles for
exhibition at half ratea. No efforts have
been spared to make tho EXHIBITION tho
moat attractive ever held in tho Cottou States.
Over $16,000 in Premiums!
T ll O TT 1 X (J M A T C II E S , J: C .
Competition from all sections invited.
For Premium Hist or information, ad
dross, E.H. GRAY, Secretary,
Sept 27 Ct Augusta, Ga.
i ^n?R??>w JUST to hand. No. 1, 2, and
jfc^S???K?3 3 MACKEREL, catch of 1870.
For sal?'bv GEOBGE SYMMEBS.
331 .A. 3F*. "E> ^
WHOLESALE, NO. :
B ETA IL, CORN E B KIN G
Agents for Fairban
j J: ox,
I Sept 10
FINANCIAL. AND C?M.UKUCIA?,.
NEW YORK, September 20-Noon.
Flour, wheat and oom quiet and un?
changed. Cotton dull and hoavy-up?
lands 17%; Orleans 18^; sales 700 bales.
Freights dull. Gold 13?4'. Money 5@G.
Polk dull, nt 25.00. Sterling-long 9 V2 ;
short 10,%. G2's 12%.
7 P. M.-Money eusy, nt 4@5. Star?
ling 9K.?9%. Gold 13; ?. Nothing
doing iu cottou-solos 1,000 bales;
uplands 17^. Flour-State and West?
ern 5@10o. lower; super 4.90(0)5.15;
Southern dull-common to fair extra
5.35(7/.0.15. Wheat heavy and l@2o.
lower-winter red and amber Western
firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn heavy and lc. lower,
at 85(if 90. Pork lower, at 25.50. Lard
lower--kettle 10(0)10 ?4. Whiskey hoavy,
at 8S;?(T?]89. Groceries firm.
BALTIMORE, September 20.-Flour
dull and weak. Wheat firm and steady.
Corn-white 1.02. Pork heavy, at
27.50. Bacou weak-.shoulders 14J??
14 ??.,'. W h iskey fi rm, at 91.
CINCINNATI, September 20.-Flour
steady and in moderate demand. Corn
firm, at 70@72. Pork quiet, at 24.25.
Bacon in limited jobbing demand.
ST. LOUIS, September 20.-Flour
family email@example.com. Corn linn-yellow
70. llemi) unchanged. Bugging steady,
at 29(<?30. Whiskey-nothing done.
Provisions steady. Pork 25.Ol). Bacou
clear sides 17j.j. Lard quiet and uu
GALVESTON, September 20.-Cotton
dull and tending downward-good ordi?
nary 13j*.i; sales 100 bales; net receipts
200; stock 5,341.
Niiw ORLEANS, September 2G.-Cotton
dull and nominal-middlings 10,l.<; sales
900 bales; net receipts 4,243; stock 22,
MOUILE, September 20.-Cottou quiet
-middling 15^; sales 500 bales; net re?
ceipts S70; stock 12,802.
AUGUSTA, September 2G.-Cottou
market opened with a good demand, ut
15, but closed easier, at 14??'@15; sales
SAVANNAH, September 20.-Cotton
middlings 10; sales 150 bales; uet re?
ceipts 3,905; stock 13,053.
CHARLESTON, September 20.-Cotton
dull ami easier-middlings 15,'.?@?5???
sales 150 bales; net receipts 1,089; ex?
ports coastwise 2,101; stock 3,954.
LONDON, September 20-3 P. M.
Consols 92. Bouds ?0V
LIVERPOOL, September 20-3 p. M.
Cotton dull-nplauds (J(a$)}6; Orleans
LIVEUTOOL, September 2G-Evening.
Cotton flat-uplands 9(i?9Ia'; Orleans
Lbs. NEW FEATHERS, lor sale by
Sept 272 T. J. A H. M. GIBSON.
ry\0 rent, hy a responsible tenant, a good"
JL Dwelling HOUSE, of eight or ten Rooms.
Inquire at the ofbco of J. W. DENNY,
Sept 27.2 Mainstreet.
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84, ?.F.M.
*i AN EXTRA Communication of
"".j^Hf Tiu>' Brotherhood Lodge will bo held
/^r\in Masonic Hall, THIS (Tuesday)
EY EN INO, at 8 o'clock, liv order of (ho \V. M.
Seilt 27 1 F. A. (?KEY, Secretary.
Attention, Columbia Rifles!
ATTEND Companv Drill, at Seegers' Hall,
at S o'clock, PH?S EVENING. Punctual
and full attendance requested. Bv order
I BICHABD O'NEALE, Ju., Captain.
W. B. CATHCART, Order!V Sergeant.
Sept 27 ._ _1
P AU LC . TEENHOLM",
j Baltimore & Charleston Steamship Co.,
SHIPPING ?fi COMMISSIONMEUCHA XT,
V II A ll MIST O X , S . C .
"VY7TI.L attend to tho Sale and Purchase of
I VV Cotton, Rico, Ragging, Rope, Colton
Tieg, etc. Sopt 27 tuf Bl
Columbia Building and Loan Associa?
AMEETING of this Association is called
for TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVE
I XING, at half-past 7 o'clock, at Palmetto
Engine House. Tho meeting is for organiza?
tion. Preliminary to this, thc first monthly
pavaient of $1 per share will now bo received
at "the Savings Bank. J. P. THOMAS,
Sept '?7 Acting President.
COLLINS, WETHERILL ?Si CO.,
WHOLESALE SEED GROWERS,
1,111 ?ml 1,113 Market Street, Philadelphia.
OF choicest stock and I ruc to name-our
own growth. livery variety of selected
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds. Wo have
nearly 300 acros exclusively devoted to the
growing of Garden and Flower Seeds. Deal?
ers amt others wishing Seeds direct from the
grower, should send their orders to us. Tho
largely increased demand for our Seods is the
best evidence of tho caro bestowed on their
growth and preparation.
Our general Wholesale Trade List mailed
free on application.
COLLINS, WETHERILL A CO.,
1,111 and 1,113 Market street, Philadelphia.
Sept 27 Ilia
W A H. ET
19 // A Y X E S T li E E T,
AND MARKET STREETS,
TON, S. C.
ks' Standard Scales
NAL KAY CUTTER.
'I IN WA HE,
FAST FREIGHT LINE.
Baltimore, Philadelphia and Boston.
THE Ano steamships FALCON, SEA O CLL a.ul MARYLAND, of tho
Baltimore and Charleston Lino, funning a part of tho QBE AT
SO?THEBN FBEIQHT LINE, B P U' *l
TTI-?L OHA.R.LESTOKT. S- O.
, Time as good and Freight? as low asjhe published rides of any other
Une. Counoctmg with tho Baltimore and Ohio Bailroad, for tho
'great \Ve8t; tho Northern Central, for Harrisburg, Fa., and iutorior
pointe; tho W. P. and B. It. B., for Philadelphia; boston by first-class steamships and with
tho South Carolina Bailroad, and connecting roads, ISSUING THROUGH m i.i.s' LADING
to and from Columbia, Greenville, all stations on tho Gruenvillo and Colnmbia Railroad
Ashville. Flat Bock, Charlotte, N. C. '
MORDECAI & CO., I PAUL. C. THKNIIOLH ?Si MORDECAI & CO.,
No. -15 South Oay street, baltimore. | AgcntB Charleston, S. O.
Sept 27 tuflG
.^ffiSjjk HARBWARE ?S||P&|A
WE bavo recently made large udddition to our stock of HARDWARE, at ICFB prices than
have been had since tho war. All our old stock AT COST AND LESS THAN COST.
New Goods at Reduced Prices:
Masoim' Tools aiid Farming Im?
Trimming Material and House
Wines and Liquors, of every
grado-an immcneo stock. *
Chowing 'and Smoking To?
Sugar, Coffee, Ac,
Our friends who favor na with their orders for RAGGING and TIES, will always Cud na at
tho bottom of the market in those and all other (roods. TERMS CASH.
Sept 25 3ruo
JLORICK & LOWRANCE.
IF" XT ?i" iji S T O o B:
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
NOW OPENED AT THE
SB7 GOODS PALACE
OUR CARPET, LIKE ALL OTHER DEPARTMENTS,
BEST, TEE PRETTIEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
Sept 17 3uio
R. C. SHIVER.
C3 O XJ TJ IM 33 I A
IHAVE mado arrangements to give BREAKFAST lo passengers arriving on tho carly
South Car (dina Railroad train, and destined to points on tho Greenville and Columbia
This House is also the DINNER HOUSE for the Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road, and Greenville and Columbia Baihoad.
Passengers arriving bv the Greenville tuid Columbia Railroad, going South, via Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Bailroad, have FORTY MINI TL'S FOR DINNER. Ubobo going to
Charleston have FOUR HOURS to lay over for evening train.
OMNIBUSES will be in attendance to couvov passengers to and from the Hotel FREE OF
cn.vnoK. WM. A? "WRIGHT, Proprietor.
sept i? ia
LIFE A\i) TONTINE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF THE SOUTH,
NO. gt) URO AD ST RB KT, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
WM. MuBURNEY, President.
E. P. ALEXANDER, Yiee-Pres. and Actuary.
J. F. (ill,MUK, Viet -P., resident in Georgia.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, Vice-President, rosi
dent in North Carolina.
GEOBGE K. HOGGS, Secret arv.
JOHN T. DARBY, M. D., Medical Adviser.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
JAMES CONNER, Counsel.
T lt V S T hi E S .
William McBurnev, J. Eli Gregg, John 1!. Palmer, lb nrv Bischoff,
William C. Ree, ' .1. Harv, y Wils..ii, R. O'Neil le, Jr., Wm. G. Whihlen.
Robert Min e, E. Nyc Hutchison, John T. Darby, M. D., A. S. Johnson,
Andrew Si monds, A. B. Yance, Wm. M. Shannon, George ILM? Heit,
John R. Dukes, M. McKac, ]>. Wiatt Aiken, James Conner,
Geo. W. Williams, J. F. Gilmtr, Giles J. Patterson, George E. Hoggs,
James ll. Pringle, William Duncan, Rev. Jamen P. Boyce, John H. Deven ux,
Lewis D. Mowry, John S?reven, Itoht. L. McCaughiin, E. P. Alexander,
Wm. K. Ryan, ' John L. Haidee. George H. McMaster, E. J. Scott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLABM dc po,-i ted with Ci iiiptiollcr-Gciicral for prott ction of Poli
"More than ON li MILLION HOLLAHS of Assuri.l.ce applied for!
Tlii.- Company, having complied willi all the ..'onditions of its Charter, it now prepared ti
issue ?hr usual forms <>\ Lilt) ami Endow nu nt Policies on I he cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS! CASH DI VI DR y HS/ CASU POLICIES.'
Ail Policies nou-l'oi trimble alter the paj nu nt ol t IN K Animal Premium.
Paid-up Polieii s issued on MU render ol ibe ol iginal tor an cpiitivble amount.
Purely MUTUAL! NO Stockholders! A l Pretlts I 1 VI LLD among the Policy-Holders.
Dividends declined aiiiiSiully.
Dividends once declined ?re non- Ni!, ?table, in,d mu\ I >. mid to ri duce the Premium, lo
increase i h>' a in ;.unt ot A-.-io ance, Or io in ii kc ii.. Policy self-sustaining. LUM. iid> !. :t wit li
the f'ompaiiy, however appin d, leay br n r.I, in .-jin ol' nerd, to pay Pri IliilllliS,
1 livest mens confined IM Charter io t he most solid and i. liable Sccuritms.
itir Patronize thc ontv Life As-v.i unce in fee State, and keep your MOM \ AT HOME.
Julv 1!> 3:no ' ' PHILLIP M. I OUCH EH, Agent for South Carolina.
Eight Valuable City Lota.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY, the 8d dav o? October next,
1870, wo will Bell, in front of ibo Court
HOUBO, in thia city, at 10 o'clock,
Bight desirable half-acre LOTS, within tho
corporato limit? of Columbia, situated in the
Eastern part of Un? city, and formerly known
Lota NOB. 1, 2, 3 and 4, fronting and bound?
ed on tho Wost by street ?ioi navitd. Lots
NOB. 5 and C fronting and bounded North by
Waehington Btreet; Weet by Lota Noa. S and
4; Eaet by street not wanted. L^tB Nos. 7 and
b fronting and bounded South by Lady street;
East hy street not named; North by Lota Nos.
5 and U; Weat by Lots NOB. 1 and 'J.
TKUMH or SA j.r..-One-half cash: balance in
twelve month a, secured by bond and mort?
gage, bearing interest at 7 per cont, por
annum. Purchasers to pay UB for papers
and stampB. Sept ill
To Mlake Room
Foil my extensive stool; of DllY GOODS
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Ladies' and
Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, UM?
BRELLAS, Ac, I offer my entire stock of
SHOES at cost. JACOE SULZCACHER.
IOFFER at private salo my PINE BLUFF
PLANTATION, on the Mufi" Boad, two
aud throe quarter miles from Gadsden Depot,
on tho South Carolina Railroad, until tho first
Monday in November; if uot disposed of at
that timo, it will bo cold at public salo, in
Persona wishing a valuable- upland and
swamp place united, will find themselves
suited. For particulars, apply t-j mo, on the
placo, by lotter, addrcBsed to "Hopkin'e
Turn-Out, Richland County."
Sopt 24 jlG_ISAAC T. WESTON.
_CONSISTING in part of HUBS,
.-^jJOWjL^Spnkes, Felloes, Shafts, Wheels,
mi?fr'Poles, Holts, Malleable Castings,
W W Fifth Wheels, Bands, Euamsllod
Leather, Dash Leather, Patent and Enauiolled
Cloth, Oil Carpet, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles, Firo and other Iron, Dash Frames,
Paints, Oils, Carrirgo Varnishes, Ao., Ac.
Our stock of these goods Is aecond i"> nono in
Columbia, and those dosiring to purchase,
will save money by calling on
Sopt ll_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS AND COUPONS, JUBY CEB
TIFICATES. COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, Ac,
bought aud sold bj D. GAMURILL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
August 21 3mo
Union Reform Convention of the Third
ACONVENTION, to bo composed of four
delegates from each County in th? Third
Congressional District, will he held at Colum?
bia, on TUESDAY. 27th Septomber inst., to
nominate a Candidate to represent said Dis?
trict in the Congress of the United States.
Sept 1G_E. W. SEIDELS._
Soap! Soap!! Soap!!!
AFULL supply of FANCY SOAPS, con?
and TOILET SOAPS.
AIHO, 100 boxos Family Washing SOAPS, on
hand and for salo low by
Sept 10 J. A T. n. AGNEW.
Ol? THE Buseriber is now in receipt of hid
gt FALL and WINTER STOCK, consisting
ffjjf of CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES and VE8T
? *" 1NGS of tho very latest stylo and pat?
terns, which has been carefully selected by
himself, and invites thc public to call and ex?
amine tho name, as he lias one of tho finest
assortments of goods in his lino that over carno
to this market. Have, also on hand a splen?
did assortment of thu STAR SHIRTS, some
of them tho finest ever manufactured.
Sopt 24 J. F. EISENMANN.
Mackerel ! Mackerel ! !
CHOICE NEW MACKEREL, iu Barr?la, in
Half Barrels, in (Quarter barrels, in Kits,
and also at retail, just received and for salo by
Sept 18 _J. A T. It. AGNEW.
Pure Leaf Lard.
PACKAGES PURE LEAF LARD,
Ow consisting of Barrels. Kegs and
boxes, on hand and for sale low by
Serb 20_J. A T. B. AGNEW.
Newspaper in Lexington.
IWILL commence at an early day tho pub?
lication, at Lexington Court House, of a
woekly paper,THE LEXINGTON DESPATCH,
and I will soon visit tho city of Colnmbia, for
tho purpoBO of canvassing for advortiaoments
and subscriptions. Hs principles will bo anti
Radical. GODFREY M. UABMAN,
Sept 21 Proprietor.
THE undersigned have associate?! with them
Mr. CHARLES F. JANNEY as a partner
iu tho practice of law. The business of tho
firm will bo conducted in thu name of CAR?
ROLL, MELTON A JANNEY.
Office at Columbia, S. C.
_ Sent 2212* CARROLL A MELTON.
E. Morris, Columbia, S. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON (JINS, at
$3.50 per saw. Our Gins are warranted
to please in every respect, or no sale. Pre?
mium awarded at laat State Fair. Alan, Wood
Turning in every description and stylo, at
short notice. June 30 fimo
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into the manufacture of
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
amt purchased (il Mesara. Wright A Vinn, one
of their now patent brick Machin?e, capable
of turning out front 10,000 to (SJ,lH|0 bricks per
day, are now prepared to make contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desire?!. Apply t.> H .univ SOLOMON, at his
(.tore, or at the South Carolina Hank and
Trust Company. _ Sept 3
Flour! Fiour!! Flour!!!
. ww\ IIA lt ll ELS FLOU II, consisting in
part of Choice Family Flour, .'.'<
fi?sf in th* i ' rid:" als?>, Kxlrn and Sliper Flour,
nt ci? i. Uncen! market ?irires for rash, for salo
? by J- ?* I. h- AGNEW.
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