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BEBMM, October 4..-A faller synopsis
of Bismarck's cironlar says Favre'.s re?
presentation of what passed at the inter?
view may not haye been intentionally
wrong. Tho conversation Was long, and
many questions discussed. Bismarck
did not say tho New Moselle District
would be certainly protected, and in?
cluding the arrondissements of Saar?
br?cken, Chateau Salios, Saargemnnd,
Metz andiThipnv?le, would bo demand?
ed by Prussia, but.he took paius to say
that this might not be all the territory
exacted. Favre said "Strasburg was the
key to the house;" not. explaining whe?
ther the German or French house. Fa?
vre, in previous correspondence, said he
was willing to pay, aS tbo price of peace,
all the money Franco had, but refused
to listen to any territorial surrender. He
added "if such cession was an indis?
pensable requirement of Prussian nego?
tiation, it was useless, as it involved
Francein dishonor." Bismarck remind?
ed Favro that they were terms such as
Franco had forced on Italy sud exacted
from Germany, even without previous
war, and tbat the honor of France was
not keener than that of other people."
Favre declined to reoognize tho prece?
dents or seo how little the honor of
Franco was concerned with the preser?
vation of territorial thefts of Louis XLV,
or tho Republic, or the first Empire.
The question of an armistice was only
discussed nt Ferneres. The statemeut,
therefore, that I had refused an armis?
tice is false. It was agreed at Ferrieres
that an armistice would be possible if
Franco would give Prussia guarantees
against delay, and against destroying
advantages of position she had earned in
the war. These guarantees included the
retention af fortresses on the lines ol
communications aud handing over the
fortifications .of Paris pending negotia?
tions, or else a commanding fort neai
Paris. It would have been impossible
for Prnssia to allow Paris free inter?
course with tho country, as it might
thns havo received supplies and rein
forcements. Favre refused the terms,
but promised to consult his colleague!
in Paris. The programme wbioh hf
carried back included, an armistice o!
fifteen or twenty days, to permit thc
assembling of the Constituent Assembly
maintenance of military status before
Paris; continuation of hostilities nudei
certaiu limitations, and the surrender o
Strasburg, Toul and Bitsobo. Tho re
fusal of these terms must convince mau
kind that the French Government bo
lieved their acceptance would produci
peace, which was not desired by tbem.
Touns, October i.-Tho Prefect o
the Department of Rhone, at Lyons
has issued a proclamation in accordanc
with the plenary powers conferred upoi
him, and urges a more exact observauc
of discipline, dissolves the corps o
franc-tireurs, and orders them to join th
Tito chiefs of the International Sa
ciety of Workmon, at Lyons, havo beei
Details of tho battle near Paris, o
the 30th ult., report tbat firing was cot
stant at Villegrief for three hours. ]
then ceased suddenly. Tbo Prussian
were at first worsted, but brought a larg
forco of artillery from Montberg, whe
the French rotreuted, but wero not pm
sued. Many c.irt loads of wouude
Prussians arrived at Massey.
NEUFCHA.TEA.TJ, October 4.-It is ru
mored tbat the body of Von Moltko wu
in a lead coffin which recently passe
through Toni. Von Moltko was a nati\
LONDON, October 4.-O'Sullivan au
O'Reilly, understood to be from tl'
United States, have been arrested i
Cork as Fenians. A uniform, revolv?
and ammunition were found nt the
Princo Oaraman bas been named ?
Governor of Hainault.
. Tho Belgian bishops havo united in
protest aguinst events at Rome.
Advices from Bitscbe represeut tl
condition of tho town ns distressiu;
Before bombardment, the mob plunde
ed the shops, and tbe population, takit
refuge in the cellars, were either sut?
catetf or burned to death.
Tho Pope bas mado a new appeal
tho King of .Prussia in favor of peuce.
Little faith is placed in the au thc
ticity of tho long manifesto purportii
to have been written by Napoleou, ai
printed in La Situation hore.
From Lyons it is stuted that Mazai
late Governor, bas been arrested for e
pineness aud insubordination.
Tho associates of Gen. Cluseret ha
It is reported that, tho people of Mt
are snffeing from tho waut of salt.
Garibaldi denies any intention of sci
itiff under tho French Republic.
Thc barracks at Rheims were burnt
it is said by accident.
LoxnoN, October 5.-Berlin di
patches state that a number of eitizij
petitioned tho liing not to oxposo I
lifo at tho siege. The King replies tl
ho will not return till the war is over.
Couriers between tho Euglish a
Russian Governments pass daily.
Tho foreigu legion has left Tours,
destination is not known.
MADIUO, October 5.-General Carde
succeeds DeRodas, in Cuba.
BBlUitX, October fi.-Affairs at Str
burg havo resumed tho ordinary cour
so promptly that it is difficult to real
SAKDRUOKEX, October 5.-Sorties fr
Metz uro made every day without irani
portant results. The Frenob uro ulw
driven back with lo*s.
Bazaine adheres to tho Em pei
The garrison is constantly Rending
balloons. A largo cavalry brigade
gono to Tours.
Paris is surrounded by trenches, i
pits, barricades and other temporury
fences. Villas and cottages ou the
burbs are loop-holed for niles.
BliLOARD, October 5.-A sharp fi
occurred at Chnmbou. No result gi\
LONDON^ "OotobeJ 5?-A eorigiij? en?
gagement is reported to have taken place
ia tbeFeroetof Fontainbleau, near Cbail?
ly, yesterday. ' '.* ' ' .'
The Telegraph has numerous des?
patches relative to the reported death of
Qeneral MoIt.be. The editor, in his com?
ments, expresses the opinion that the
lead coffin which passed Ohnlous and
Toul contained Moltk's body.
LONDON, October 5.-^Smith Leeds,
a banker, well known for munificent
charities, was killed yesterday by a fall
from bis horse.
It is believed that England and Rus?
sia are actually engaged negotiating an
armistice. Report? are current that
Mecklenburg will bo incorporated with
TOURS, October 5.-Despatches fur?
ther tending to establish the death of
Gen. Moltko are published. To-day. it
is reported that franc tireurs recently
brew up and destroyed a railway for a
long distance near Saverne, and that
Prussian communications aro badly in?
terrupted in consequence.
It is reported to-day that there was
fighting near Orleans. A despatch from
Bel font says franc tireurs defeated a de?
tachment of tho new Prussian army
which recently crossed the Rhine near
LONDON, October 5.-The French
army now in Algeria, numbering 37,000
meu, demands a recall to resist the
MADRID, October 5.-The vometo lins
spread to the city of Aleante. Citizens
ure leaving the town.
Olosagas' resignation, as Minister to
Franco, bas been formally accepted.
Heavy rains have fallen iu Vallencia
recently, and streams are swollen to
unusual size. Much damage has been
NEW YORK, October 4.- The Ville de
Paris has on board 8200,000 rifles,
3,500,000 cartridges, and other war
material. She had not sailed at sun?
down. The Bremen steamship West?
phalia sailed to-day, with 100 passen?
WASHINGTON, October 4.-Persons
having unsettled blank receipts, with
revenue stamps of two cents thereon,
tho tax on which was repealed by tho
Act of July 14, 1870, upon returning
them to tbs revenue office, free of ex?
pense, may receive other stamps of
equal value for which they have uso.
WASHINGTON, October 5.-The Tem?
perance Convention at Fandulac, Wis?
consin, nominated a candidate for Con?
A railroad accident occurred between
Roueu and Amicus, when fifteen Frcuch
soldiers were killed, fifteen mortally and
oue seriously hurt. Continuous firing
was heard yesterday on the heights of
Empeuuuy and around Canboalet.
Thiers says his representations to
Russia were confined to placing the
Tours' government in the most favorablo
light, showing the danger of Prussian
aggrandizement. He made no proposi?
John W. Garrett was elected perma?
nent President of the Southern Com?
Several vessels have arrived at New
York within the past week with yellow
fever, two of which had clear bills of
health. The health officer nrges great
caro to prevent the further introduction
of disease by vessels avoiding quaran?
In the Connecticut, municipal election,
tho Republicans have nine, and tho De?
mocrats three towns. Eight towns were
equally divided. The Democrats carry
Now Haven and Wallingford. .
MEMPHIS, October 4-Tho Republican
mass meeting to elect delegates to the
Congressional Convention was disorderly.
Pistols and knives were exhibited.
Charles Morrison, white, was fatally cut
with a razor.
.?CHARLESTON, October 5.-Arrived
steamship Champion, Now York; steam?
ship Maryland, Ballimore.
CINCINNATI, October 5.-The Conven?
tion assembled and a largo amount of
business was introduced and referred to
proper committees. A resolution in
favor of tho intervention of tho United
States to secure speedy peace between
the Republic of Franco and the King?
dom of Prussia was tabled, but was
finally referred to u special committeo of
NEW YORK, October 5.-No new
ouse of yellow fever has occurred, though
.some additional ones aro reported on
LEXINGTON, VA., October 5.-General
Robert E. Leo contin?en to improve, and
is quito cheerful and communicative.
ST. Louis, October 5.-It ia reported
that n coal mine, ut Caseyville, Illinois,
enved in to-day, burying thirty-five men.
NEW ORLEANS, October 5.-Tho bark
("bailes Augusta, 181 days from Hong
Kong, arrived to-day, bringing 220 emi
grauts. Sixteen died during tho pas?
Deaths yesterday from yellow fever
THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
fejv? ni thc liiirhainviilc Hoad and tho Char
Z&otto Railroad, about 1$ miles from the
oily of Columbia,containing twenty-one acres,
more or less, and having on it a beautiful site
for a coull tr} residence, a most excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for live
or nix hands; it is about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably situated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween liio two branches which loi inn tho
stream .flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of tho samo soil on
which Ur. Parker raised ovor 200 bushels of
corn to tho aere. Possession given on t he 1st
of January next. For further particulars,
apply at this ellice, or to
L. It. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 3mo Orangeburg, H. C.
Creme De La Creme.
100 FLOKItLS V"ri 8Uperior FAM1LY
.2;)f) barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low jr?_EDWARD HOPE.
Genuino Durham Smoking Tobacco
to bo had nt POLLOCK'S.
KiltAWCIAl. Altfc? COMMERCIAL.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Oat ob rr G.- Sale ? of
cotton yestesday 170 bales-middling
NEW YORK, Ootober 5-Noon.-Flour
dull, nnd steady. Wheat dull. Corn
firm. Pork quiet-mess 25.50. Lard
firm. Cotton quiet-uplands lGj.^; Or
leans 16%; sales 800 huleo. Tur pant i ne J
very firm, at 39J?(t?"i40. Itosin firmer-1
strained 2. Freights firm. Stocks
strong. Gold 18. Money 4(?)5. Ster?
ling-long 9; ?hort 9%. 62'sl2%.
7 P. M.-Cotton in good demand nnd
firm; sides ,480 bales-uplands 16%.
Flour-Stato and Western ar shade firm?
er; superfino 4.'.)l)?5.10; Southern steady
-common to fair extra 5.45@G. 15.
Wheat dull--winter red and omber
Western 2.32@2 35; white Houthefa
2.60. Corn scarce. Whiskey 85@86.
Money easy, at 4@6. Gold 13j?.
BALTIMORE, October 5,-Cotton dull.
Bcof dull. Pork Armor, at 26.50. Lard
sjendy-kettle, 15%@16>?. Whiskey,
GALVESTON, October 5.-Cotton in
moderate demand-middlings, 12%;
sales, 340 bales; receipts 70.
CINCINNATI, October 5.-Flour un?
changed. Corn dull uud drooping-old
64; new 49(??i5?. Mess pork quiet, nt
25.00. Lard quiet and unchaug^d.
NEW ORLEANS, October 4.-Cotton
aotivo-middling 15>.>@15J?; sales ODO
bales; receipts 1,764.
MOIIILE, October 5.-Cotton quiet and
steady-middlings, 14,L^; -sales, 1,000;
SAVANNAH, October 5.-Cotton in mo^
derate demand-middling 17%; sales
800 bales; receipts 4,074.
CHARLESTON, Ootober 5.-Cotton mar
kot steady and in fair demand-mid?
dling 14)a! sales 600 bales; not receipts
1,973; exports coastwise 1,704; stock
LONDON, October 5-Noon.-Consols
92%. Bonds 91.
LiVERrooii, October 5-Noon.-Cot
tou steady-uplands 8%; Orloans 8%.
LIVERPOOL, October 5-Evening.
Cotton closed firm-uplands 8^(0)8%;
Orleons 8%($9; sales 10,000 bales.
Tho friends and acquaintances of J.is. O.
Gibbes and Robert McCiillongh aro respectful?
ly invited to attend tho funeral eervicos of
DAVID 3. MCCULLOUGH, at Trinity Church,
at ll o'clock THIS MORNING.
Wanted to Rent or Farchase,
?, A DWELLING-HOUSE, East ol Main
[|street, containing eight or ten rooms.
Apply at tliiB ollico. Oct G 2*
SEALED proposals for building an addition
to the Luuatic Asylum, in the citvof Co?
lumbia, S. C., will bo received until WEDNES?
DAY, October tho 12th, 1870. at tho omeo of
YV. D. NASH, ESO ; pians and specifications to
hu seen at tho oftice of Mn. BERO, Arohiteot.
The ('omni ii tee reserve tho right lo accept
any estimate, although not tho lowest.
Tho contractor will be required to give bond
with approved sureties for tho faithful per?
formance of tho contract
Any information needed can bo had on ap?
plication to tho Committee.
Oct 6 G_W. B. NASH. _
sicKBinrs HALL I
TWO NIGHTS ONLY !
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
OCTOBER 12TH AND 13TH.
THE ARKANSAS COMEDIAN,
Great Excelsior Minstrels !
ACOMBINATION* of Vora&tilo Talent su?
perior to any heretofore brought before
tho public. Everything New, Moral and
Original. Consisting of CHARACTER PER?
SONATIONS and KliFINED NEGRO MIN?
STRELSY. OBIOINALITV ANO REFINEMENT ie
ADMISSION, SI-CHILDREN, 50o.
I HAVE just returned from Now York,
rffrVifffW"1'1 my Fall and Winter Stock, cousist
I n JU'ng of French. English and Amorican
Lil lil/ 0 ASH IM ERES, VESTINGS, etc. My
old customers and the public gonerally aro in?
vited to call, as I feel assured lean satisfy all,
either as regards price or quality.
Oct 10_0; D. EBERHARDT.
"HORSES AND MULES.
?5\ D. C. CUNNINGHAM
M^LA. l|aB ju^t arriv d froiu^RSR
North Carolina, with a JCB
?7b^T^riiiinolotof HOItaESand MULE.-.
lrU. ~*<Z/* V1 hey can bc seen at tho stables
of Agnew &? Daly. Oct 5 2*
?\ pr DDLS. RYE WflISKEY,
?5Q 25 bbls. CORN WHISKEY, just arrived.
Come to HARDY SOLOHON'S and seo it. Yo
country merchants, como. Oct 4
THREE months from date, application will
bo mada for renewal of Scrip in tho Co?
lumbia Gas Company, for twenty-one Shares
standing in the nanto of Harman Nenner.
Kept H thl3 _H. E. SCOTT. Kx'r.
-,."JU ^ JUST to hand. No. 1, 2, and
'.'r^V^K^ 3 MACKEREL, catch of 1870.
For P a 1 ti by_ GEO I IQ E S Y MM E Iii*. _
5BBLS. Northern White BEANS, just ar?
rived and for sale by
Oct? IT AUDY SOLOMON.
pr BBLS. MESS SHAD, inst received nnd
O tor sale by JIAUDY SOLOMON.
pf rW\ LBS. PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
tJ\J\J on hand and for salo low at wholesale
amt retail. J. & T. U. AGNEW.
-| f\ HOGSHEADS SUGAR (all grados;) tifty
XVI barrels refined SUGARS (all grades,)
just arrived at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Cheese! Cheese! !
i) pr BOXES choice cutting CHEESE, just
jUtJ received and for salo by
Aug 31 J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Now York Lion Lager, to bo hod nt
Proceedings of Council.
?f COUNCIL CHAM BRR,
COLUMBIA, 8. 0.r October i, 1870.
. . HEUULAB MK KT INO.
Co a noil towt at 5 p. ni. .Present- Al?
dermen Cooper, Goodwvn, Hoyne, Mi-^
nort, Mooney, SinVb'n?v^r3miih, Thomp-'
son, Wallace and- Wigg, Absent-H?B
Honor the Mayor; Aldermen Denny ard
Taylor. " .
On motion of Alderman Wigg, Alder
man Wallace was elected Mayor pro
tempore. - , ...
The reading of. the minntes of previous
meeting was dispensed with and the re
port UR published approved.
PETITIONS, COMMUNICATIONS, AC.
Petitions of Simon Scott and Lewis
Prior, for appointment as assistant po?
licemen, received as information.
Petition of MesBrs. Haskell, Neugle
and Sire. Wutson, for erection of brick
barrier and steps to prevent washing of
earth from lauo rear Gervais and Hen?
derson streets, and that City Surveyor
?x city line, as petitioners design erect?
ing feoces to enclose their respective
On motion of Alderman Minort, re?
ferred to Committee on streets, with
power to net.
Petition of D. McGuinuis, for refund
ment of portion of water tax and wjigpn
license tax, same not being used, since
destruction of premises by Gre. Refer?
red to Committee on Ways aud Means.
Petitions of James T. Sims and Wm.
Evan? for permission to erect steam en?
gine for purpose of running cotton gin
on premises known ns Soudley lot on
On motion of Alderman Thompson,
the petition was referred to Committeo
on Fire Department with power to grant
tbe application, if, upon examination,
tho erection of same would not be detri?
mental to neighbors and surrounding
property. . >??
Petition of .Messrs. J. H. Diseker and
W. Pw. Cathcart, praying that water pipe
bc laid on Bull street, between Lumber
and Bichland streets. Beferred to Com?
mitteo ou Water Works with power to
Applications of D. McGninnis, A.
TaksrA and Pompey, Mack ?fe Co., for
taveril licenses. Beferred to Committee
Tho following acoounts were presented
and remrrcd to Committee on Accouts:
Cooper! & Taylor, Alms House, Guard
House, ptreet Department and Hospital;
Wm. S'lane, Market; A. Wragg, Miscel?
laneous! Pagan Bros., Alms House; S.
Davis, iyolice Department; Hopson ?fe
Sutpheri, Police Department; F. A.
Schueider, Police Department.
Reporta of City Clerk and Clerk of
Market, lor September, were presented,
former rlferred to Committoe on Ways
and Mea.?, and latter to Committeo on
AldernN|i Wigg, from Committeo on
Ways ancNAIeuns, reported back report
of City CAk for August, 1870, as ex?
amined, asm found oorrect. Concurred
AldermauiMiuort, from Committee on
Accounts, reported back the following
accouuts ant recommended payment.
Peter Surgeler, Hospital, 822.40; John
Thomas, AlmslHouse, $8.82; Cooper &
Taylor, Alms Iou so, $117.00; Hospital,
$40.80; Market, 75o. ; Streets, $2.25.
Alderman Mooney, from the Commit?
teo on Guard House and Police, to whom
was roitirred for investigation, chargos
against the Ch i ??J of Police, mado by
William Robins-n, reported back the
same to the Council for disposition, as
Mr. Robinson baeAo?'cred no evidence
before the Commutes.
On motion of '^alderman Tbompsou,
the Committeo on v,laard House and Po?
lice was relieved fr?fc further considera?
tion of tho subject, and a Special Com?
mittee of three appointed to investigate
the chargos, and report at nest regular
meeting of tho Council.
The Mayor pro tem. appointed Alder?
men Thompson, Simons and Minort as
the Committee. ,
Alderman Mooney, from the Commit?
tee on Guard House aud Police, reported
report of Chief of Police for September
as examined and found correct. Con?
Alderman Thompson, from tho Com?
mittee on Licenses, reported back the
applications for Tavern Licenses of Na?
than Myers, B. Howard rind W. J.
Thomas, and recommended the samo be
Alderman Wigg, Chairman of the
Committeo of Ways and Mean-?, stated
that ho desired instruction from tho
Council relativo to liquidation of out?
standing past duo bonds, ns LV bad been
oITioiftlly informed by cerium parties
holding same, that payment would bo
Ou motion of Alderman Thompson,
tho Committeo was authorized to confer
with holders of past due iadebtness, and
report tho result aud any other .tugges
tion on Friday next.
Charges were presented against Geo.
Kontzmau aud D. H. Kelly for retailing
liquor without license.
On motion of Aldermau Wigg, tho
Clerk was instructed to notify the par?
I ties to appear for trial before the Coun?
cil at the next regular meeting.
Tho unfinished business, being tbe
I second reading of certain Ordinances
reported by tho Special Committee to
revise and abridge city Ordinances, "An
Ordinance to repeal certain Ordinances,"
was taken up.
On motion of Alderman Wigg, the
further reading of tho samo was suspen?
ded, and tho Council took a recess until
Friday, Oct. 7, at 3 p. m.
WILLIAM J. ETTER.
Clerk of Council.
Removal ot Dental OfEcc.
Mb DH. D. L. BOOZER baa removed his
58-BWoftlco to Mr. G. Dlercks' now building,
Du Main street, over tho Messrs. Porter A
Oo.'s Dry Hoods' Store, where ho offers his
professional services to his former patrons
and the public. June 28
Fi VS CENTS ADDITION AL trill buy shoos with
.liver or coppor tips, which will savo tko
buyor tho price of . new pair ef shoes, Com?
pared with ragged toes and dirty stockings,
they aro beautiful, to say tho loast. Parentp,
try it._8 8thl3
Mn. EDrron: My frionds will allow mo to
retur 4 /Jy thanks for tho nomination as an
indopondont candidate for tho office of Judge
of Probate for Richland Ceunty, which I will
accept, and if olootod, pledge myself to dis?
charge the duties thereof with Justice to all.
Oct 4_JOHN T. H LOAN, Ja.
6>/\p, LBS. CAROLINA INDIGO, of enpe
?V/VJ rior quality, for sale by
August 25_EDWARD HOPE.
1/VIH BUSHEL8 Primo Heavy OATS
A l\J\J for Bale low by
Aug 10 EDWARD ?OPE.
Pearl Grist! Pearl Grist!
1 i~\ BBLS. fino PEARL ORIST, inst ar
L\J rived at HARDY SOLOMON.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Deo 16_WILLIAM GLAZE.
NOW OR NEVER!
THIS WEEK ONLY!
VARIOUS circumstances have delayed the
departure of Da. KENDAL, tho success?
ful oporator on Corns and Bunions, but the
principal of tbeao is tho groat demand for his
servii-.es, which hie peculiar system of treat- !
meut has caused. But be must assure those
persons, who iutond to honor him with a call,
that he has been solicited to visit other cities, ?
to which ho must attend. Ho can bc con?
sulted in tho cottage on Assembly street, ad?
jacent to tho Washington House. Tho follow?
ing aro tho names of a few of Ilia roany pa?
tients, who have borne testimony to the skill
and efficiency with which they* havo been
I havo had a painful Runion removed by Dr.
Rendal most satisfactorily; and should i
repetition of it occur, I will blame mvself. not
the Doctor. WM. M. LOVE.
Columbia, October 3d.
Aftor tho removal ol soveral painful Corns
by Dr. Rendal, I am able to bear unon th?
parts which could not bo done vithout much
pain before tho operation
JOHN C. B. SMITH.
Dr. Rendal operated on my foot entirely sa?
tisfactorily. J. L. REYNOLDS,
Columbia, September 27.
Dr. Rendal has this day removed several
painful Corns, without giving anv pain.
September 26 W. D. CORNWELL, M. D.
Dr. Rendal has this. day extracted Corns,
from my feet painlessly, expeditiously apd en?
tirely. A. N. TALLEY, M- D; "
Columbia, September 21. . . ..
COLDMIIIA, S. C., SoptembCi.20,l^?, .
Dr. Rendal has this day removed two mort
troublesome Corns, without any perceptible
pain. I have had the operation .performed
before, but not so ontirely satisfactory to mo.
W. P. OEIGER, M. D.
Dr. Rendal extracted for me this day, two
Corns, without giving auy pain.
C. H. MIOT.
LADIES can be waited upon at their resi?
dences if desired. Oct 4
And all the New ?nglan<
ELEGANT STATE ROOM
Sea Voyage 10 to 13 Hom
Total Gapacity 40,<
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COM
with tho fleet of Thirteen FIRST-CLASS S'
tion to tho QUICK TIME and REGULAR DES
Cotton States at tho
PORT -OF CH
Offering facilities of Rail and S*oa Transport?t ic
excellence and capacity at any other Port. Th
larly on tho Hue
M. S. WOODULL, Commander,
R. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
JAMES Bnnr.7, Commander,
JAMES A Dd ER,
T. J. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
JAMES ADGER & CO., Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
C. H. ASHCROFT, Commander.
?AILING DAYS, -
HORSEY, Commander. JOHNSON, COI
SAILING DAYS, - - - .
HATES O UAH AN TEED AS LOW AS Til
Marino Insurance One-Half of Ono Fer Cent.
Through Bills ol Lading and Through Te
Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mi
Stato Rooms may bo secured in advance, w
tho Steamships in Charleston, at whoso offices,
exchanged and Berths assigned.
Tho Through Ticket hy this route include
Tho South Carolina Railroad and its conner
tim, f ?r tho i apid movement of freight ami pass
ami West. Comfortable Night Cars with the ll
introduced. First-Class Eating Saloon Kt Brun
Freight promptly transferred from Steamo
Itailrc ad. Close connections made with other
with tho greatest promptness. Tho Managers
passed in Despatch and tho Safe Delivery of G(
S. Bi BICKENS,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
South Carolina Railroad.
BY P. Q. FEIXOTTO & BON.
TntS (Thursday) MORNING, 6th October, at
I)J o'clock, in front or our Auction Room, wo
wall soil, without any roserve,
A variety of Household Furniture consist?
ing of Bedstead*. Chairs, Buroans, Ward?
robes, Sofa e, Mattresses, Stoves, dc.
Two very fine Brussels Carpnts, ono large
Show Case, and many other useful articles.
Terms Cash. Oct G
S.W.PORTER. .' R.M.STEELE.
AND ALL IN NEED OF
SOU ETIIlMi. TO WEAR.
THE varied and txtousivo asaortmont of
GOODS juat received, at PORTER &
STEEL'S EairoitlUM, offerB a raro npportunitv
to dry goods buyers, wh j would combino eco?
nomy with Rood taste.
Our Blocks, in each department, aro now
completo, and will bear comparison with any
in thc city. Wo challenge competition. Our
friends, arid tho public, aro invited to call and
examino for themselves, when we foel confi?
dent that tho lowness of our prices, and
quality of our goods, will ensure their custom.
Wc qnote below a fow of onr leaders:
TARTAN PLAIDS, in all materials: Silk
Poplins, Roubaix Poplins, Empress Clothe,
Merinos, Comlot Clotha, Hombazinos, Alpacas,
Delaines, Shawls, Cloaks and Furs, Blankets,
Flanels, Woolen Goods, Gloves, Hosiery.
i MALL WAUES.
An unequaled lino of Domestic Goods, Table
Linens, Towels, Dolleys, Diapers, Bed Ticks.
Wo would cull special attention to onr
Gout's FuriiiahitiK Department, consisting of
Dress Shirts, Uuder-olothing, English and
French Casaioiores, Domestic CaBsimerea,
Tweeds, Tubby Yelvots, Jeans, etc.
6cpt 288mo_PORTER A STEELE.
South Carolina-Richland County.
Harvoy Torry, Plaintiff, uga ?nut tho Reieiver,
and Stockholders of tho Commercial Bank
of Columbia, South Carolina, Defendants.
.Summons and Complaint, on Money Demand.
ON motion of F. W. MuMaster, Attorney for
tho Defendants in abovo cane, it is order
Od, that tho Defendant a have further time to
plead, answer, or demur to the above stated
action, to wit: until tho 1st day of OCTOBER
next. It ia further ordered, that the Plaintiff
do give to tho Clerk of this Court security for
costs in this case, and that tho Clerk publish
this order once a week in the Columbia PHOE?
NIX until 1st October next. By order of Court.
D. B. MILLER. C. C. C.
CLERK *t OFFICE, COLUMBIA, July G, 1870.
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
1MI ESE GINS, so well known throughout
. tho South, need no comment. In stylo of
workmanahip, and for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with the samo amount of
power, is unequaled. B. TOZER, Agent,
August 2_Columbia. 8. 0.
A WOftD to houso-keepeis: Go to Hardy
f\_ Solomon for your SOAP, for ho haB sixty
boxeB of family SOAP; twenty-fivo boxea of
FANCY, lust arrived, and is selling low.
m, uni n.
d Manufacturing Cities.
SS A WEEK,
iys and Saturdays,
rs Shorter via Charleston.
DOO Bales Monthly.
PANY, and connecting roads West, in alliance
TEAMS II I I'S, to tho ahovo ports, invite atten
PATCH ttff ji dod to the business public in Ibo
jns for Freight and Passengers not equalled in
D following apl.udid Ocean Steamers are regu
S. CUOWELD, Commander.
SO OTU CA HO LI NA,
SAM ADKINS, Commander.
ADKX. HUNTER, Commander.
WAGNER JIUGER St CO., ?
WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agunta, Charleston, IS. C.
C. HINCKLEY, Commander.
\. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
ANl), SEA GULL,
uihaudcr. DUTTON, Commander,
EV EY Y FIFI II DAY.
0. TREN HOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
OSE OF COMPETI NU LINES.
i;kots can bo had at all the principal Railroad
ithout extra charge, by addressing Agenta of
in ali caaos, tho Hailioad Tickets should be
.a Transferts, Meals and State Room whilo on
liing linea have largely increased their facili
engers between Northern citiesaud tho South
ohues Chair, without extra charge, havo been
r'To Day and Night Trains of South Carolina
Roads, delivering Freights at dist?ut points
arc conUdeut thal their Lino cannot bo sur
HASEIJT', Mrnrrsvl Agni?, N?w York.
ED. H. BARNWELL,
General Ticket Agent,
South Carolina Ruilroad.