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Torras, October 8t---An oficial decree
huo been issued for tbe parp?se of en?
forcing discipline und order. Tbe most
rigorous mensures hare been taken with
that view. Courte martial will replace
ooanoils of war during tho continuance
of the war. There will.- be no revision
of, and alteration io, sentences pronoun?
ced. bv oonrt* martial. Artiole 6th DOD
ishes' with death desertion, morder,
Bpying, thieving and pillage, with or
without arms; refusal to obey a superior,
menaoeS to or assaults on a superior,
provocation to mutiny or indiscipline,
foss of arms with purpose of avoiding
combat, destruction of monitions with
the aame purpose. During a fight any
commissioned officer is authorized to
shoot soldiers acting cowardly, and not
assuming the place to which they aro
ordered, or endeavoring to or?ate a panic.
AU non-military persons participating in
atty of the above offenses may be sub?
jected to the death penalty. Each army
division will be accompanied by a force
of Gens d'Arms. The Provost Marabel
may issue orders to enforce these rules,
and may, upon his owu authority, make
arrests. The whole of the dcoroe is ap?
plicable to all .armed forces of the Re?
public. Prefects and mayors hnve been
ordered to proceed to mobilization, und
report on their progress every three
days, under penalty of revocation foi
non-compliauco. These decisive meas?
ures meet tho hearty approval from the
whole population here.
The Government is much preoccupied
with finding moans to prevent disor?
ders at Lyons, where parties, who have
usurped authority, have just seques?
tered properties of religious corpora
LONDON, Ootober 8.-Sydney advice;
of September 8th report extensive do
fensive preparations progressing.
The Avoca, aoming from Australia, ba:
141,000 ounces of gold and 105,000 sovo
Messrs. Laird testify before the Nava
Court Martial that the Captain rollo*:
from seven to eight degrees in beam a
BERLIN, October 4.-The Parisiani
have ordored that no prisoners be token
because they consumo supplies. Pms
sion commanders have no prisoner
taken. All villages around Metz hav*
been destroyed by the late cannonade.
Navigation of tho Baltic will doubtles
be safe before? steamers starting iron
LONDON, October 4.-Napoleon's maui
festo, published here this morning, i
PAULS, October 4.-Letters receive
to-day say the Prussians threaten Pair
du Jour. The bombardment of the cit
from the West is imminent. Books froi
the great libraries have been placed i
cellars. . Watchmen hove been placed i
Notre Dame to look for fires.
Torras, October 4.-An encounter r<
oontly occurred between areoonnoiterin
party of French and Germans, North (
Paris. No particulars. Commanders (
forts Sonth of Paris report large mass4
of Prussians passing Westward, to wat
Versailles, on tho '28th. On the san
day no Prussians were visible from tl
tower of Vinceinnes.
VIENNA, October 4.-The#Austri?
Government again disclaims any nnxiet
about Russian designs upon Dannbu
TOURS, October 4.-An officer fro
the late Pontificial army is here orga
izing a corps of rifles. Gen. Cbandoc
will command tho fifteenth corps nc
organizing here and at Bourges. Tl
Garde Mobile received (5,000 Chnssepo
The Prussian force which rooent
crossed the Rhine near Mnlhense h
arrived at Chaloman. A Prussian <:
taohment was driven oat of Artenay y<
terday. A movement is evidently i
foot to attack Tours.
BERLIN, Ootober 4.-Nothing intere
ing aronnd Paris since last despatch.
The sortie from Metz, Thursday, vt
repulsed by General Kummer with
heavy loss to the French.
ROUEN, October 4.-The Prussic
are ia force at Mantes Snrmarnc, a
they havo also approached Rollesberis
Tooms, Ootober 4.-Many corps
Mobiles and sharp-shoots are arrivi
here for Chassepots, the Govemrai
having a large supply. Advices bi
been received hero that the Prussians
concentrating at Toul for a movemi
on Lyons. Energetic measures are p
grossing to defend Lyons.
LONDON, Ootober 4.-Prince Napoh
advertises his villa at Prangius for si
Jales Favre is awaiting au answer
his second letter to King William bef
deciding how to act.
Calais is filled with National Guar
Reconnoitering parties have been B
out towards Aarron.
TOURS, October 4.-In Brittany
clergy aro taking uctive measures
national defence. Tho samo is tho ct
iu good part, throughout South
Franco. The Government is thus gr
ly strengthened. A disposition to
spect tho rights of tho clergy is cor
pondingly renewed. Accounts from
parts of Franco show that sharp-shoo
are seriously annoying tho enemy.
Postal service continues very irrcg
LONDON,* October 4.-An Amer
writer in tho Standard says tho non
Prussian victories now falls dead iu
United States. Even nt Berlin, tho
plo aro indifferent.
GiiAsoow, October 4.-Arriving st<
ors from Quebec report fearful weal
LONDON, October 4.-A railroad
lision took placo at Crewe. Several
Tho North China Herald month;
treaty but ween Chine ?iud Japan, fo
exemsiou of foreigners.
American A fruir*.
SARATOGA, October 3.-Hon. B
Buck, member of tho South Car
Senate, died here on the 1st inst.,
NEW yous, October 3.-Communica?
tion between Brooklyn abd Goverhorvo
Island ia prohibited; on account of yel?
A heavy rain fell in the city last night
and all the morning. No serious damage
It is said Al ex nu der Dumas, Sr., is
dying at Dieppe.
Frenen frigates stop English merchant?
men in the Channel, and compel an ex?
hibition cf their papera.
Paris advices state that the decree re?
lieves the Government from the care of
the poor, and throws the responsibility
thereof on the municipalities. Bread
stuffs not reserved in household for use
are to be placed at the disposal of the
The Prussians push their scouts be?
yond Yillegrief and Drouey.
The French gnu-boats on the Seine
have fired on the Prussians, buroiug the
woods at Billancourt.
Tbe firing from Forts de L'Est and
St. Denis has dislodged tba Prussians
from Chateau de Stanis and Le Bourget.
The Prussians have throwu up works
It is reported that in consequouoo of
the vote of Leonino City hnviug been
cast unanimously for the rulership of
Victor Emanuel,'the Pope will take up
his residence iu Multa.
Tho Archbishop of Manning, in a ser?
mon at Westminster Cathedral ou Suu
day, likeued Victor Emanuel to Pontius
CHARLESTON, October 4.-Arrived
brig Mariposa, Boston; schooner G. B.
McFarland, Philadelphia; sohooner Car?
rie Lewie, Hertford, N. C.
WASHINGTON, October 4 -A full New
Orleans mail was reoeived to-day, in?
cluding the 29th. Four days' mails
reached here simultaneously.
FOREIGN.-Bismarck replies to Favre
that a preliminary notice of the bom?
bardment would be uumilitary. Bis?
marck iusisls that Prussia's terms to
Favre for an armistice were moderate.
NEW ORLEANS, October 4.-The num?
ber of deaths from yellow fever yesterday
WASHINGTON, October 4.-The increase
sale of postage stamps this year over
last, amounts to $500,000. There was a
Cabinet meeting to-day, but uothing im?
Au order hos been issued cousiguiug
Mr.*. A. E. Pollard to an insane asylum.
'The Southern Commercial Convention
assembled to-day. Peudleton dolivered
the reception address. A Com-mittee
of Ono from each Stuto was appointed
upon permanent organization.
It has long been au aphorism among
us Americans that there is no such thing
ns bashfulness in our national organism.
The citizens of this free and enlightened
country are remarkable, the world over,
for audacity. They hesitato at nothing.
They never think that any privilege is
too good for them; and by continually
euforciog the idea, they seomed to have
come, practically, to realizing it. Bat,
after all, in one portion of this country,
at leapt, the theory is reversed. There
is a place in New York State-doubtless
a village of respectable noneuities
where young male America is so bashful,
so modest, so sheep-faced altogether,
that y o un g/emr/te America has been com?
pelled to organizo a "Society for the
Encouragement of Youug Men Desiring
to Marry." After this, nothing more is
to be said. The yootha of the village
may be safely left to the maidens. If
the national audace be wanting in tho
one sex, we have it quite as highly de?
veloped in the other, as its love for the
latest style, and its adoration for a dock
of a new "hat."-New Orleans Times.
dent Grant never interferes in state po?
litics," say his frieuds. Yet President
Grant has just openly "interfered with
politics" to a serious extent in Missouri.
He has written a letter denouncing the
movements of Carl Schurz and others in
that Stat-1, upon the ground that such
movements are "intended to carry a por?
tion of the Republican party to the
Democrats, and thus give the Democrats
control. " Very, we have a dignified and
decorous Pr?sident! To stoop from his
exulted position to writo letters for the
purpose of influencing tho vote at a
State election, may bo very characteris?
tic in General Grant, but it is not adap?
ted to inspire, iu decent minds, anything
hut respect for the intelligence- of such a
[New York Sunday Times.
According to a synoptical tablo fur?
nished by tho Bureau of Statistics, the
?umber of immigrants who arrived in this
country during the fiscal year cudiug June
30, is sot dowu at 387,097. Of those,
122,018 were from the German States
and over 100,000 from Great Britain
und Irelaud. From tho British North
American possessions there wero 40,403
Tho Water Commissioners of Hart?
ford, Connecticut, iu view of the "nau?
seous tasto and offensive odor of tho city
water," advise housewives to boil it and
let it stand an hour boforo using it, aud
resort to cold tea aud coffee as family
It was iu 1739, that some ten persons
carno to John Wesley iu London to con?
sult him concerning their spiritual state.
They formed tho nucleus of the society
which at this hour numbers moro thau
50,000 preachers, 3,000,000 communi?
cants and 12,000,000 hearers.
A Michigan census taker came ncross
a man who had been married five yours,
but had never inquired his wife's chris?
tian uumc. He always called her "Say!"
Iudiana rivals Massachusetts in its
beer regulations. A man lins been in?
dicted for buying ale for his sick wife,
and giviug tho surplus to his minor chil?
A man in Oxford, Indiauia, was bitten
by a rattlesnake seventeen years ago,
and is still taking whiskey to cure the
ConpHBfA^?.Xj.i pbtobdr tf.-i?aies of
cotton yesterday 106 bates-middling
NEW Tome, October 4-Noon.-Stocks
very firm. Gold, 18. Money, 4($5.
Sterling-long, 9; short, 9%. Bond?,
12%. Flour, rio. better. Wheat lo.
better. Oom a shade firmer. Pork
firm, at 25.75. Lard steady. Cotton
quiet-uplands, 16 Orleans, 16%;
sales, SOC bales. Turpentine in fair de?
mand, at 39Vz@40. Rosin firm-strain?
ed. 9.00. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton weak-sales 3,200
bales; uplands 16>?. Flour-State and
Western in fair demand for shipping
grades; superfine email@example.com; Southern a
shade firmer-common to fair extra
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat soarce and l@2c
better-winter red and amber Western
2.51(?d2.55. Corn a shade firmer, at
87@88. Beel dull. Pork decidedly
firmer, nt 26.00. Lard unohanged.
Whiskey 88>t>'@89. Groceries quiet
and firm. Freights-cotton steam
%\ sail 3-16@7-32. Money a little more
active. Gold 13J?@13>?. .
BALTIMORE, October 4,-Flour in im?
proved demand. Wheat-Western more
active. Corn-\rhite, email@example.com. Pork,
26.00@2G.50. Shoulders, 14>?@14??.
Whiskey scarce, at 90@91..
LOUISVILLE, October 4.-Bagging firm
at 30. Flour-extra family 5.25 Corn
dull nod unclmuged. Pork 25.00. Lard
15. Shoulders 13?4'; clear sides 17%.
GALVESTON, October 4.-Cotton dull
and lower-good ordinary, 12)<i; sales,
150 bales; net receipts, 42; stock, 623.
CINCINNATI, October 4.-Flour firm
and in fair demand, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
dull-old 66; now 48?50. Mess pork
2-?.50, Lnrd 15. Baaou-advance asked
aud not established-shoulders KS1.,;
clear sides 17?.<. Whiskey 85(?,86.
NEW ORLEANS, Ootober 4.-Cotton in
fair demaud and prices advanced-mid?
dlings 15>??@15>?; suies 2,300 bales; uet
receipts 1,563; stock 32,899.
AUGUSTA, October 4 -Cotton market
closed quiet, but teudiug downward
sales 999 balas; middling 13?.i@14.
SAVANNAH^ October 4.-Cottou active
aud firm-middling 14??; sales 1,300
bales; net receipts 1,328; stock 25,151.
CHARLESTON, Ootober 4.-Cotton mar
ket steady-middling 14).<; sales 400
bales; net receipts 2,146; exports coast
wise; stock 9,653.
LONDON, October 4-Noon.-Con ils
92j?. Bonds 90%.
LivERrooL, October 4-Noon.-Cot?
ton opens steady-uplands, 840 ; Orleans,
LIVERPOOL, October 4-Evening.
Cotton steady-uplands 8% ; Orleans 8 Jg ;
sales 12,000 bales.
Recently, io Berlin, 650 couples ap?
peared ono Sunday to be married iu
church without previous publication of '
their buns, in cons?quence of the rapid
mobilization of tho army. How many
of these newly-made wives may not be
Instead of "hops" at the watering
places this season, there have been round
dances called "twists." It is very com?
mon to see a gentleman walk np to a
lady, run out his elbow, and say-"Ma?
dam, will you favor me with a twist?"
And she twists.
"Sir," said the astonished landlady to
a traveler who had just sent bis cup for?
ward for the seventh time, "you must be
very fond of the ooffee." "Yes, ma'am,
lam," he; replied, "or I should never
have drank so much water to got so
It is proposed that tho Rbinebeck
church bells be rung every Lour, so that
the citizens will know when to take their
fever and ague "medicine."
Musoatiue, Iowa, has a man who offers
to wager that he can whip any dog in
town with his teeth. He proposes to
have his hands tied behind him.
The Chicago Board of Education bas
adopted a rulo prohibiting teachers from
receiving presents from their pupils, on
pain of dismissal from service.
Tho friends and acquaintances of Mr. aud
Mrs. Wm. Sheriff aro respoctfuMy invited to
attend tho funeral of their daughter MARY,
from their residence on Richardson street,
THIS MORNING at 10 o'clock.
Richland Lodge No. 39, A.F. M.
A A REGULAR COMMUNICATION of ?
*9^Wthis Lodgo will bo held in Masonic
/V\ Hall, THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
Ry order of thc \V. M.
\V. A. TOMPKINS,
Oct 5 1 Secretary pre icm.
Appeal to the Citizens of Columbia!
WE, tho undersigned Committee appoint?
ed at a regular meeting of tho Inde?
pendent Fire Engine Company of this city, to
solicit from tho citizens of Columbia a sub?
scription to enablo tho said Company to pro?
cure a Steam Piro Engine, do herewith
present the said appeal, and would moat re?
spectfully sot forth tho urgency and necessity
of said grout addition to the Fire Department;
and fooling assured that our possession of |
such a machine, as wc now ask our citizens to
aid us in obtaining, will redound more to thc
safety of property and speedy subjugation of |
thc devouring element than any moans which
our city has ever posHcsacd. Our citizei
aro fully concious of tho terrors resulting
from Ore, and the very serious inconvenience
resulting therefrom. We feel confident that
if our efforts in this respect provo available,
in but one instance, we HIIUII bo fully remu?
nerated fur our labors, which aro alone for
the public good.
[.Signed.] W.U. MONCK TON,
j. s. MCINTOSH,
J. T. WRIOHT,
J. C. PEIXOTTO,
W. A. RECKLING,
J. F. SCHRODER,
II. L. CALVO,
G. V. ALLW?RDEN,
H. J. H EN NIES,
T. J. HARPER,
DA Nt RT. C. PEIXOTTO, Secretary. Oct 5
Genuine Durham Smoking Tobacco
to be lind at POLLOCK'S.
PART off tv HOUSE in a control loee
ftlon, convenient to the market. Apply
. North-west corner Plain and Assembly
street?. Oct S t3
Attention, Columbia Rifles.
?TTEND the regular monthly meeting of
your Company TH 18 EVENING, at Ur.
andent Hall, at 8 o'clock. By order of
CAPT. B. O'NEALE, J?.
WIWTHBOP WgjMAMg, 8eo'y._Oct 5 1
H0BSE8 AND MTJLE8.
m <V D. 0. CUNNINGHAM*^.
Jt*QX bas inst arriv d from,rBHB\
Pi?I??bv North Carolina, with
?/SE3y|fino lot of HORSES and MULEfi.
V** m*^P vfhey csu bo seen at the stables
of Agnow Sc, Daly. Oot S 2*
THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
9Kon tho Barbamville Road and the Char
_*L_.lotto Railroad, about li miles from the
city of Columbia, containing t wonty-ono acree,
: moro or IOBS, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country residenco, a most excellent
spring of water, and aeoommodations for five
or six hands; it is about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably situated and watered
for a vegotablo or ,,tTUck" garden, lying be?
tween tho two branches which torms tho
stream flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of tho same soil on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to tho toro. Possession given on tho 1st
of January next. For further particulars,
apply at this office, or to
Ii. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 8mo Orangebur^, S. C.
_N0W OR NEVER'.
THIS WEEK ONLY!
VARIOUS circumstances have delayed thc
departure of Du. HK.NDAI.. the success?
ful operator on Corns and Bunions, but the
principal of tboso is tho groat demand for his
servi.-.OH, which hit) peculiar system of treat?
ment has caused. But he must aBauro thoeo
persons, who intond to honor him with a call,
that he han been solicited to visit other cities,
to which lie must attend. Ho can bo con?
sulted ia tho cottage on Assembly street, ad?
jacent to tho Washington House. The follow?
ing aro tho uames of a few of his many pa?
tients, who have borne testimony to tho skill
and efficiency with which they have been
I have lind a painful Bunion removed by Dr.
Rcndal most satisfactorily, and should L
repetition of it occur, 1 will blamo myself, not
tho Doctor. WM. M. LOVE.
Columbia, October 3d.
Arter the removal of sovoral painful Corns
by Dr. Rcndal, I am ablo tn bear upon tho
parts which could not be done ? ithout much
paiu before the operation
JOHN C. B. SMITH.
Dr. Rcndal operated on my finit entirely sa?
tisfactorily. J. L. REYNOLDS,
Columbia, September 27.
Dr. bernini has this day removed several
painful Coins, without giving any pain.
September 20 W. D. CORNWELL, M. D.
Dr. Kendal has this day extracted Corus
from my feet painlessly, expeditiously sud en?
tirely. A. N. TALLEY, M. D.
Columbi*, September 21.
COLCMUI.V, S. C., September 20, 1870.
Dr. Hernial baa thia day removed two mont
troublesome Corns, without auy perceptible
pain. I have had tho operation porformod
before, but not so outirelv satisfactory to mo.
W. 1\ GEIGER, M. D.
Dr. Rendal extracted for mo this day, two
Corns, without giving any paiu.
C. H. MIOT.
LADIES can be waited upon at their resi
dencoB if desired. _Oct 4
S. W. PORTER. R. M. STEELE.
THE LADIES "
AND ALL IS NEED OP
SOMETHING TO WEAR.
fini! K varied and extensive assortment of I
JL GOODS just received, at PORTER A[
STEEL'8 EMVOIUCII, offer? a rare opportunitv
to dry goods buyers, who would combine eco?
nomy with good taste.
Our stocks, in each department, are now
complete, and will bear comparison with any
in tho city. Wo challenge competition. Our
friends, and tho public, are invited to call and
examine for themselves, when we feel confi?
dent that the lowness of our prices, and
quality of our goods, will ensure their custom.
We quote below a few of our leaders:
TARTAN PLAIDS, in all materials; Silk
Poplins, Roubaix Poplins, Empress Cloths,
Merinos,Comlet Cloths, Bombazines, Alpacas,
DelainesjShawla, Cloaks and Furs, Blankets,
Flanel8, Woolen Goods, Gloves, Hosiery,
An unequaled lino of Domestic Goods, Tablo
Linens, Towels, Doiloys, Diapers, Bed TickB.
Wo would call sp?cial attention to our
Gent's Furnishing Department, consisting of I
Dress Shirts, Under-clothing, English and [
French Cassimeres, Domcatic Cassimerca,
Tweeds, Tubby Velvets, Jeans, etc.
_(ept^S 3mo_PORTER & STEELE.
Magic Chafing Powder.
Ttie Nurse** Friend.
FOR tho instant euro of CHAFING AND
SCALDING of Children and Adult?.
A certain relief for BURNS, SCALDS, Irri?
tation of tho Skin, Galls, Inflammations,
Abrasions, and all Cutaneous Diseases. For
sale by E. H. HEINITSH,
July 8f DriiKgitd.
I HAVE just returned from New York,
Lwith my Fall and Winter Stock, consist?
ing of French, English and American
'CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, etc. My
old customers and tho public generally aro in?
vited to call, aa I feel assured lean eat ?sty all,
either as regards price or quality.
Oct Ki C. D. EBERHARDT.
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
nnilESE GINS, so well known throughout
X tho South, ueed nb comment. In si)lo of
workmanship, and for efficiency ol' work,
their turn-out, with the same amount of
power, is unequaled. R. TOZER, Agent,
August 2_Columbia. H. 0.
Removal ol Dental ellice.
DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
roflico to Mr. G. Dierck?' new building,
on Main Btroct, over tho Messrs. Portor A
Co.'s Dry Goods' Store, where li? offers his
profesional BCrviccs to his former patrons
and tho imbi ie. June 28
Sea Moss Farina.
ADELICIOUS FOOD, prepared from Soa
Moss, highly nntrioious, and of exquisite
flavor. A desirable article, and staple addi?
tion to tho household bill of faro.
For sale at HKINITSH'S
Sept 22* Drugstore.
MM. MW-I Kf-Mwd? w4U allow mo to
return my thanks for th* nomination as an
independe nt candidate for the offiee of Judgo
ol Probate for Riohland Oounty, which I will
accept, and if elected, pledge myself to dis?
charge the dnties thereof with Justioe to all.
Oct 4 JOHN T. SLOAN, Ju.
I f\ HHD8. O. R. BIDES,
LVJ 15 boxos BULK BIDES, last arrived at
Oct 4_HARDY SOLOMON'S.
If ".r-n BUSHELS Prime Heavy OATS
.\ IUU for sale low by
Aug IQ_EDWARD HOPE.
-I (\ HOGSHEADS 8UGAR (all grades;) fiRy
1\J barrels refined ?UGAR8 (all grades.)
just arrived at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Cheese! Cheese! !
S)K BOXES choice cutting CHEESE, just
?i*J received und for sale by
Aug 81_J. A T. R. ACNE W.,
AWORD to house-keepers: Go to Hardy
Solomon for your SOAP, for he has sixty
boxes of family SOAP; twenty-flvo boxes of
FANCY, j unt arrived, and is selling low.
f)(\(\ LUS. CAROLINA INDIGO, of enpc
?UU rior quality, for sale by
August 25_EDWARD HOPE.
Pearl Grist! Pearl Grist!
-1 f \ BULN, flue PEARL GRIST, just ar
L\J rived at HARDY SOLOMON.
Watches and Jewelry Kepaired
IN the best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Deo 1G_WILLIAM GLAZE.
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters.
I f\ OASES fresh OYSTERS; ten cases fresh
IVJ SALMON; ten cases frosh LOBSTERS,
just airived, at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
v. ^riaanr^ JUST to hand. No. 1, 2, and
>*?!?r3??2? 3 MACKEREL, catch of 1870.
For salo by_GEORGE SYMMERS.
5BBLS. Northern Whito BEANS, just ar?
rived and for sale by
Oct 4_HARDY SOLOMON.
5BBLS. MESS SHAD, juHt received and
for sale by HARD Y SOLOMON.
KAA LBS. PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
?JUU on hand and for sale low at wholesale
and rotail._J. A T. Ii. AGNEW.
Creme De La Creme.
1 Ari BARRELS very superior FAMILY
200 barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low b"_EDWARD HOPE.
?>K BBLS. RYE WHISKEY.
?3D 25 bbls. CORN WHISKEY, just arrived.
Come to HARDY SOLOMON'S and seo it. Ye
country merchants, como. Oct 4
DR. THOMAS T. MOOEE,
OFFICE Main Street, over Messrs. I ryan A
MoCarter's Bookstore. Aug 18 2mo
THIS day, a large lot of WHITE AND CO?
LORED QUILTS, at VERY LOW PRICES.
DRESS GOODS, in every style.
Beautiful New Sashes of VELVET A?jD
SILK. PLAID GOODS for children.
TABLE DAMASK and LINEN TOWELS,
Tho NEW LACE-it is beautiful.
Tho NEW HOOP SKIRT, at
C. F. JACKSON'S,
Sept 22_Main street.
To Make Room
FOR my extensive stock of DRY GOODS
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Ladies' and
Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, UM?
BRELLAS, Ac, I offor my entire stock of
SHOES at cost. JACOB SULZBACIIER.
Trade and Public generally
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, HAT
COLUMBIA HOTEL. BVIliDIXG.
HAVING determined to roduco my present
spring and summer stock or BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, Ac, which is very largo and
complete, in order to make arrangements for
thc full trado, I offer all goods in my lino at
COST for the next thirty days; at which timo
?tock will bo taken. This ts a rare opportu?
nity, especially for tho trude and consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would mo?),
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
- Seed Bye.
OK BUSHELS PBI&S SEED BYE. for o ?lo
?fl O. by EDWARD HOPE.
OK BOXES floe chewing TOBACCO; five
??O boxte sae oat chewing TOBACCO. AUo
? fine lot of the WEED, to ?ait the tasto of
the generality of mankind, in the obapo of a
niea CIGAR, can be fonnd at
Oct 4 _HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Fine Gold Watches
.rTirMfci OF all descriptions, for Ladies
*jKf?a3& and Gentlemen, for salo at
?S?nBBra WILLIAM GLAZE'S,
?^"?sasBBl^SB One door North of Messrs.
8oott A Williams' Banking Hoose. Deo 16
BEEN VILLE and Colombia Railroad
VJT SECOND MORTGAGE BONDS.
Greenrillo and Columbia Railroad Non
Mortgage Bonds and Coupons.
PaBt due City Colnmbia Bonds and Cou
j pons. Apply to D. GAMBRILL.
Office-Columbia Hotel Building.
Oct 2 t3_
W. J. HOKE
ge?to> HAS just received, and opon- _
fagan ed a largo stock of SPRING
BSS? AND SUMMER Al
CLOTHING, HATS, -U?
COLLARS, TIE8, Ac,
Which ho proposes to sell on tho most reason?
able torms. Call and examino for yourselves.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into tho manufacture of
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Messrs. Wright A Vino, one
of t heir new patent Brick Machines, capablo
or turning out from 40,000 to 60,000 bricks per
day, are now propared to make contracts and
furnieh parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, at his
store, or at the South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company._Sept 8
?m_ THE HOWARD SCHOOL will open
/fIJ&k its noxt regular session on MON
SiiW^"^ October 3, 1870, at 9 rt'clock,
XUaMuSiu tho morning,
jyay It is desirable that all pupils in
.nfciP tending to attend during the com?
ing Behool year should be present at tho
opening. N. E. EDWARDS,
School Commissioner Richland Co.
Oct 1 3_
MURRELL & TANNAHILL,
COMMISSION MERC Ii AN IS,
No. 130 PEARL HT HE ET, NEW YORK.
Cash Advances made on Shipments.
ROBT. MURRELL. ROBT. TANNAHILL.
LADIES ANB GENTS.
THESE "ALPACCA UMBRELLAS" have
tho appearance of Bilk; perfectly fast in
color. Each is enclosed in an enameled cover,
and will wear longer than a Gingham or Silk.
Sold only by
\V. I>. LOVE & CO.,
Dry Goods Merchants.
"GOULD SONS PATENT STEP LADDERS."
From two to ten feet high. Hundreds of
people in this city can testify to their light?
ness and durability.
In Brussels and Three-Ply-many of them
are private pattorns-OIL CLOTHS, DRUG -
GETS, BUGS and HA6SACKS. They aro
perfect beauties. This Stock is entirely new.
In our Retail Dry Goode Stock will bo exhi?
bited from this dato.
PRICES GUARANTEED AS LO W AS THE
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building, Main stroct.
W. D. LOVE.
B. B. MCCUEERY._Oct 1
B. &\V. G. nVAFFlELD.
AHEAD AS TJSTJAX
OUR FALL STOCK
NOW IN 3TORE.
The Largest and Best Stock
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
MEN and BOYS' 11 ATS of everv descrip?
tion, TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS,
RUGS, DRESSING GOWNS, ftc.
A superior SHIRT, never before offered in
this market, mado to order without extra
Tho largest line of French and English
CLOTHS and VESTINGS ever offered. With
additional facilities in our woikshop, wo aro
determined that our Custom Department
shall be unsurpassed.
HATS and CLOTHING at wholesale
R.A. W.C.K WARFIELD,
Sept 10 Columbia Clothing House.
Century fine-cut Chewing Tobacco, to
be ha 1 nt POLLOCK'S.