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Compilent*?! Enropcan Affaira--Bani*
bardaient of Parla Imminent.
PARIS, October 3-Monday.---The
demagogues hove boon defeated in nn
attempt to disturb the Provisional Go?
vernment. The Mobiles behave well.
Meat is scarce.
LONDON, October 6.-General Treskow
commanda the Prussian army to operate
in the South of Franco.
Fivo hundred houses wero destroyed
by tho Strasbourg bombardment. Ten
thousand persona ore houseless.
The King received tho Sixth Army
Corps ot Versailles Wednesday. Head?
quarters are permanoutly established nt
CH AUX nus, via Toons, Octobor G.
Cannonading commenced this morning
A combat occurred yesterday near
Soi8sons. Prisoners say two regiments
of tho Duke of Mecklenburg and
Sob.worin were defeated by tho gurrisou.
RENEVAL, October G.-Rigan reports
that the French troops, under his eom
maud achieved a decided success. This
report was forwarded from Ton ry.
TOURS, October G.-It is assorted that
an armorer nt Lyons has constructed n
stearn mitrailleuse, tho most formidable
FLORENCE, October G.-Senor Sell or
has remitted tho Pope 50,000 crowns, tho
amount of his civil "list for tho current
General Regan drovo the Prussians
three ht '.ra* march beyond Toury. The
Prussian force consisted of "GOO cavalry,
supported by 2, OOO infantry. Tho
French captured a drovo of cattlo.
Rigan captured somo guns at tho villago
NEW YORK, October G.-The Times?
special from Brussels lo the 5th says:
"I have had accounts of tho tloiugs of
the nest of Imperialistsat Jersey. They
aro spending money profusely and boast?
ing what they oan do through certain
political connections in England, Ronlier
and Drnyn d'L'Huys and a host of other
Le Boueff visited tho islaud at night
in a small bout. This makes quito on
Mrs. Washburne, in Brussels, receives
letters frequently from her husband by
It is stated nt Berlin that tho bold
langungo of the Germau press regarding
unnexation of Alsace aud Lorruiuo ex?
cites Bismarck's displeasure. If this is
correct, we may hopo for pence.
The following was received by balloon
from Paris, dated September 29th, ad?
dressed ou an open card: "E. H. Kidder,
Maiden Lane, New York, by sou George:
Tell my family I am in no danger. There
are plenty of provisions here. Tho
terrible stories manufactured by Bis?
marck regarding internal dissensions
hero aro utterly false. The troops aro
in excellent condition."
By the samo balloon, same date, an
open cord from Wm. Dreyer to E.
Dreyer, Fayette street, Eal ti moro, says:
"Our days are occupied with perfecting
our ambulances, of whioh wo Americans
aro justly proud. There is no danger
of famine for three months to come.
The city is quiet and very orderly.
Thero is no noise or disturbance."
Private letters to October 3d, by bal?
loon, received this afternoon, confirm
BERLIN, October 7.-Wurtemburg
suggests economical difficulties to the
German Bund. Bavaria desires confe?
deration, until by treaties, mattera can
LONDON, October 7.-The Pall Mall
Gazette has a balloon.
LONDON, October 7.-In announcing
the fall of Strasburg and Toul to the
Parisians, Gam letta said in falling, they
cast a glance towards Paris, to ailinn
onco more the necessity of thu durability
of the Republic. They leave us as n
legacy tho duty to deliver their honor
and to revenge them.
NEW YORK, October 7.-Tho Herald's
special dated Clermont, says the Garde
Mobile has no artillery, whilo every 500
Germans have a proportional number of
field pieces. The Mobiles are discou?
raged. ?Tho Prussians will form asecoud
cordon outside of tho present ono.
Orders from Puris and Tours aro to pre?
vent the formation of a second cordon at
any cost. Under these instructions, a
heavy battle is imminent between Rouen
LONDON, October 7.-Tho Freuch
Journal Officiel publishes a report that
all tho Gurde Mobiles have Chassepots.
280,000 muskets of different kinds have
been distributed among tho Gardo Na?
tionale, and 200,000 to tho Franc Tireurs,
and still 10,000 weapons aro on band.
Tho report relativo to Garibaldi, from
Caprera, lacks trustworthiness.
The Prussian guard is North of Paris,
between Canal do Laurgand, tho North
Railway. Tho fourth corps is on its
right; tho twelfth corps on its left. Thc
task of diverting matters of tho Canal de
Laurguiuto is entrusted to tho pioneers
of tho Prussian guard. Tho stream falls
into tho Seine some miles below Paris.
Tho object is to cut tho supply of water
from the besieged. Thc Prussian guns
are already in position before Paris.
Tho bombardment will commouco from
all tho batteries simultaneously the
moment arrangements aro perfected.
BELFORT, October 7.-The Schelstodt
and Now Beesnch will bo attacked imme?
diately. Tho captors of Toul have been
entrusted with tho capture of Soissous.
Tho Prussians have scoured tho pro?
vinces of tho Marne, Orleans and
Picardy, without finding new French
levees. Tho Prussians havo evacuated
Mulhouse, marching towards Altkirch.
BRUSSELS, October 7.-Thero uro
symptoms of revolt among tho prisoners
at Boverloo. Tho Belgian rifles have
beeu sent thero 03 a precautionary mea?
sure. Tho Germans occupy in force
Parcy and Vernon, small towns iu the
Department of Eure. They were vigo?
rously but ineffectually opposed by tho
TOURS, Ootober 7.-Gen. Moilerongo,
commander of tho Loire, bns arrived
here. Great quantities of ornan and
stores are arriving from all quarters. ?
decree from tho War Office regulates tho
formation of military courts, and repeals
all enactments since March, 1859.
VENDOME, October 7-6 P. M.-Tue
Prussians have been driven from Joiu
ville, Toury and tbe neighboring villages
in the Department of Euro et Loire, and
the road between Nationals. There is
much enthusiasm in this part of Franco.
Peyre, formerly prefect of police of
Paris, publishes his formal repudiation,
iu the name of the Emperor, of the
Wilhelmshohe manifesto-dated Ver?
sailles, Ootober 6-1.35 P. M., which
says': I do not hold the opinion that tho
Republican institutions of Franco con?
stitute danger for Germany, uor have I
assorted, in a letter of the 17th, pub?
lished in the London Daily Telegraph,
or ever expressed such views to Mallet,
or to any other persou, or addressed to
LONDON, October 7.-A dreadful earth?
quake occurred iu Calabria, and many
lives were lost. Several villages were
TOURS, October 7.-The Pontifical
Zouuvcs, 50? strong, were armed to-day
and enter tho French service.
MONT ARGES, October 7.-A Prussian
post at Ilouday, comprising thirty men,
have all been killed by Tariere
ST. PETERSBURG, October 7.-The
journals to-day repeat the statement that.
General Jgnutiff's visit to Odessa, was
personal and uot political.
VIENNA, October 7.-The supple?
mentary estimato of tho war minister
aggregates 52,000,000 florins.
Neumanyer, tho leader of the work?
ingmen, was sentenced lo five mouths
imprisonmeut for inciting revolt.
BRUSSELS, October 7.-Thc Belgian
Echo says there is great activity every?
where to protect the frontier. Tho
siege of Mesieres and Racoy, near the
border, is supposed to be tho motivo of
ROME, October 7.-Tho Jesuits are
leaving the city.
TOURS, Ootober 7.-Tho capitulation
of Uhlrich is approved by tho Govern?
LONDON, October 7.-The Cologne Ga?
zelle and Independence Beige asseit that
there is complete underground commu
nicatiou to Paris and Tours. Belgian
papers intimate Hint the Prussians there
number about 3,000. The Freneh say
tho enemy's cavalry at Tours numbered
1,500 and not 5,000, ns at first reported.
A despatch from Bonneville states that
tho enemy aro evacuating the country
beyond Tours, and are apparently falling
back on Etampcs. Tho great gun for
Fort do Ivry, on tho South of Paris, is
nearly ready to be placed in position; its
rango is eight kilometres, and it requires
thirty-five kilogrammes of powder for
each discharge. Gen. Branchitiek has
beeu appointed military Governor at
Versailles. The Bavarians about Bitchc,
which place they aro besieging, occupy
wooden huts iustead of touts.
LONDON, October 7.-General Bour?
baki hos been allowed to re-euter Metz.
OrderB to that effect were given by King
William before Bourbaki left on his
? fruitless errand for England,
Pierre Bonaparte is here. The French
prisoners have been removed from Be
nerloo to an entrenched camp formerly
occupied by tho militia at Antwerp.
The remains of Paul de Casngnao wore
iuterred at Cassel.
Tile COIIVI lilloim- ir, o,i, KtC.
CINCINNATI, October 6.-The voto on
the resolution declaring rivers tho chan?
nels of travel and communication bo- j
longing to tho people of tho country,
and not to be obstructed by individuals
or corporations, was, yeas: Alabama 8;
Arkansas 4; Florida 3; Georgia 12; Iowa
1; Indiana not couuted; Kanpa? 3; Lou?
isiana 8; Mississippi 7; Missouri 10; Min?
nesota 1; Ohio 21; Pennsylvania 4; South
Carolina G; Tennessee 8; Texas 1; Vir?
ginia 10; Nevada 1-total 108. Nays:
Kentucky ll; Maryland 7; Michigan 8;
New York G; North Carolina 2; Tennes?
see 1-total 35.
CINCINNATI, Ootober 7.-The Conven?
tion unanimously adopted a resolution
favoring the cudowment of the Commer?
cial Department of Washington College,
Virginia. Tho Financial Committee's
report was adopted, but was afterwards
recousidered. It favorB the repeal of ex?
ceptional money contract laws uud thc
amendment of tho banking laws.
The Democratic Nominating Conven?
tion of the Sixth Kentucky District split.
Judge Arthur and Col. Jones wero nomi?
nated by tho respective wings.
CHARLESTON, October 7.-Arrived
Steamer J. W. Everman, Philadelphia;
brig John Freemon, Boston; schooner
Auna Glover. Boston; schooner Jennie
ltosnliu, New York; schooner Jenny F.
BOSTON, October 7.-There was a
heavy frost all over New England Inst
NEW YORK, October 7.-A largo num?
ber of French emigrants, many of whom
are Imperialist, urrived on tho St.
Tho Eastward bound express train, on
the Delaware, Lockawann and Western
Road, is off tho track at Dover, N. J.
Tho conductor, fireman and ouo pas?
senger are badly hurt.
No uew cases of yellow fever reported
for the past two days.
WASHINGTON, October 7.-Tho Presi?
dent has assured a delegation from tho
Irish Republic, that Geu. O'Neill nod
his companions, DOW imprisoned for
violations of tho neutrality laws, in a
recent demonstration in Canada, will bo
released very soou.
WASHINGTON, October 7.-Tho route is
now open to Charlottesville ou all roads
recently flooded. Transfers aro mado
where bridges aro swept away.
RALEIGH, October 7.-William Stin
sou, colored, who committed a rapo on
au aged whito woman in this County,
?orno time ?go, was sentenced to-day by
the Superior Court to bo hung on tho
4th of.November. The Jory waa com?
posed on tir eily of blacks.
CINCINNATI, Ootober 7.-A Commit?
tee ou Ed Mention bas beeU appointed to
report at tbe next meeting.
A oommitteo was appointod to present
the Southern Kail rond resolution to Con?
NEW ORLEANS, October 7.-There were
fifteen deaths from yellow fever yester?
FINANCIAL ANO COrUMEUCI AL..
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 8.-Sales of
cotton yesterday, 135 bales-middliugs
NEW YORK, October 7-Noon.-Stocks
more activo. Gold, 13. Money, 4?5.
Sterling-loDg, 9; short, 9%. Bonds,
13. Flour aud wheat quiet mid firm.
Corn dull aud activo. Pork, 25.50.
Cotton quiot but strong-uplands, 16j?a?
Orleans, 1GJ?; sales 1,000. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet-sales, 2,000
huies; uplands, IG%. Flour-Stute nud
Western moderately active; Southern
active; commou nud fair extra, 5.50(S>
0.20. Wheat dull and unchanged.
Corn dull and l@2c lower, at 84(7i'8G'..i.
Beef dull, ut U@15; extra, 15(V?U3.
Pork lower, nt 25.25. Lard firm-ket?
tle, 1G@18.'.?. Whiskey steady. Freights
active-cotton steum, j.j; wheat steam,
7,'4'; sail, 5?.i(aG. Money plenty ut 5c.
Sterling wonk, nt 0. Gold lo.'.,. Bonds
quiet und steady.
BALTIMORE, October 7.-Cotton dull
middlings 15;V; sales 145 bales; receipts
218; stock 3,153. Flour and wheat firm.
(Joni dull, nt firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork firm, at
25.25. Shoulders U??. Whiskey 91.
ST. LOUIS, October 7.-Flour quiet
aud nuokuDged. Corn, 03(7605. Whis?
key dull, at 88. Pork, 25.00. Shoul?
ders, 13M@14;'olear ribs und Hides 16-?.(
(Vi>17. Lard firmer. Hemp steady, ut
email@example.com, uudressod; dressed, 2.50?
LOUISVILLE, October 7.-Bagging
quiet, at 29@30. Flour and corn un?
changed. Pork quiet. Lard firm, at
15. Bacon-shoulders, 14; sides, 17(a),
18. Whiskey, 85@SG.
CINCINNATI, October 7.-Flour stoady
and in moderate demnnd. Corn dull
und unchiiuged. Pork firm. Lard firm,
ut l?jjj. Bacon buoyant-sides 15 %@
17%. " Whiskey quiet, at 8G@87.
NEW ORLEANS, October 7.-Cotton
steady and iu fair demand-middlings
15l4'(?115}.? ; suies 2,<J00 bales; receipts
4.?82; stock 40,144. Mixed corn 75@7S;
white 80. Pork 20.50. Bacon un?
changed. Lard-tie roo lG|?(3ll7; keg
18>?@19J?. Sugar 13. Molasses 29.
GALVESTON, October 7.-Good ordinary
cotton 13; sales 100 bales; receipts 900;
.SAVANNAH, October 7.-Cottou ac?
tive-middlings, 14%; sales 1,000 bales;
receipts, 4,970; stock, 32.G30,
AUGUSTA, October 7.-Cotton market
very active and prices steady-sales
1,300 bales; middling 14%; receipts
CHARLESTON, October 7.-Cotton firm
-middlings 14% ; sales 50 bales; receipts
2,141; stock 12,070; receipts of the week
12,433; sales of tho week 4.500.
LONDON, October 7-Nooa.-Consols
92J.?. Bonds 91
FRANKFORT, October 7.-Bonds closed
firm yesterday, at 94J?(aJ95.
LIVERPOOL, October 7-Noon.-Cot?
tou steady-uplands 8%; Orleans 9.
Sales of the week, 78,000; exports, 14,
000; speculation, 3,000; stock, 538,000,
of which 53,000 is American; receipts of
the week, 90,000, of which 39,000 is
LIVERPOOL, October 7-Eveniug.
Yams aud fabrics at Manchester flat and
1i\f\i\ BUSHELS Prime Heavy OATS
_A )\J\J for salo low by
_Aug 10_ EDWARD HOPE.
New Family Flour.
I pr (\ BBLs. New and Choice Familv
J.O\J FLOUR for tale low by
AUK 10 EDWARD HOPE. _
-j f\ HOGSHEADS SUGAR (all grades;) fifty
J.\) barrels relined ?.-UGARS (all tirades,)
I just arrived at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters.
J f \ CASKS fresh OYSTERS; ten cases frosh
MAJ SALMON; ten casca frosh LOBSTERS,
I just ai rived, at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
BBLS. BYE WHISKEY,
?UtJ 25 bbls. CORN WHISKEY, just arrived.
Como to HARDY SOLOMON'S and seo it. Ye
country merchants, como. Oct 4
pr BOXES fino chewing TOBACCO; five
JjtJ boxes fino cut chewing TOBACCO. Also
a lino lot of tho WEED, to uuit tho tanto of
tho generality of mankind, in the shape of a
nico CIGAR, can be found at
Oct 4_ HARDY SOLOMON'S._
fTA IBSON'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
VX Bye WHISKEYS "thcpurest aud best in
market." Also, a tull stock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, o? all graded, always on band
and for sale by J . A T. R. AGNEW.
Yellow Pine Lumber,
OF tho BEST QUALITY, and in quantities
to suit purchasers, can bo obtained by
applying to W. J. BRYANT A CO.,
No. 2 Ann street, Charleston, S. C.,
Or at Branchville Post Ofiico, S.C.
Oct 7 Imo
THE undersigned has again com?
y??monced tho WEIGHING of COTTON.
JBSSand will attend to applications from
tho merchants and planters wishing his
sorvicos. His headquarters will bo at tho
office of Messrs. Chambers A Bryco.
}?cl 70 V' ll' UH AMRE" '.
1 pr ?Tlf^rx YARDS heavy and medium
ID.VJUVJ COTTON BAGGING, for
sale by_ E. HOPF.
-I /\ HHDS. C. R. HIDE?,
L\J 15 bo.xos BULK SIDES, just arrived at
_t)ct_4 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
i)pr BAGS BIO-all grades,
^L? 10 bags JAVA, jiiBt arrived at
Oct 4 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
W??OIJICBAJLiK PRICKS CVHUKNT,
OOnajQTMP WBEKI.V BY TUE BOARD OF THADK.
APPLES, $bu. 73?^ 00 MOLABSES.UUO?^?S^OO
BAOOINO.30@37 NowOrPne 00001 00
BALE HOVE, Manll,?26 Sanar H'ee..76?l 00
. N orWoa^lb 8@12 NAILS, ^ kog5 60@G 00
BUTIEB, North/ 40@60 ONIONS.$busl 75502 00
Country, lb.25@S5 OiL,K.oroBouo,g45f&60
BACON, llamo.. .27@30 Machinery..75@1 00
Sidas, ty Ib..l9?2i SPECIE, Gold t&l 10
Shouldoru... 16@17 Silver. @1 00
CA??LES, Ni)orm40@70 POTAT'S, Iris (jil 60
Adamantine Ibl8@20 I Sweet, bus 1 50^1 70
COTTON YABNI 40@1 50 I RICK, CarolinulbO.JrtflO
CorroN.Strict Md.. 14$ 1 SuoT.^Jbag. 2 511^2 05
Middling.13? ! SALT, Liverp.2 20@2 20
Low MidPg,.10 SOAP, 1/lb,.?(?fil2
Good Ordny.12* BPIMTB, Alcohol,gl7 00
Ordinary.12 Brandy . .4 OOtJ012 02
CUF.USK, K.D.lb. 20@25 1 Gin.2 00?7 00
tfaotory.1G@22? Rum.2 00(ii7(i0
COKFEE, Rio, 3?tb20@25 Whiskey... 185?4 05
Laguayra_24?02G ! SUOAB, Crus & F1GS?15
Java.33??37 j Brown.12<j?l<)
FLOUu, Co. 8 00(??900 STABCU, tylD... 9?(??l0
Northern.700@11 00 | TEA,Green lbl00@210
?BAIN: Com 1 30@1 40 Black,-1 00@110
Wheat_1 40r<?l 50 TOBACCO, Chw.GO(?0l 10
Oats. 75@90 Smoking, lb. .50^1 10
.Peas1_1 5001 GO VINEOAII, Wiuo,.GU@87
HAY, Nortn, i<cwt.2 00 French- iii 01
HiDKs.Drv, tdbl2J(idl8 WINE, Cham.25?30 Ol)
Green.?8 Port, ^gal300(y>5 70
LAUD, ?lb.ll? ?2 2 Sherry... 3 50?G 05
LIME, >< bbl. 2 65?2 75 Madeira.. .2 50@? 80
LATEST QUOTATIONS OF SOUTHERN SE
CUIUTIES IN CHARLESTON. S. G-Corrected,
semi-weekly, by A. C. Kauf men,. Broker,
No. 25 Broad street-OctoberJ, 1870.
N<uncs of Securities. Rate In. Of 'tl Asked.
North Caroliua, old_ 0 _ 18
N. Caroliua, now. G .... 27
?South Caroliua, old.... G .... 82
S. Carolina, new. G .- 70
S. C. reg'd stock, ex in. .G _ 70
Georgia, old. 7 _ 91
Georgia, new. 7 .... 93
Georgia.'. G .... 88
Touuossee, old. G .... 59
Tennessee, now. G .... 57
Alabama . 8 _ 98
Alabama. 5 .... 73
Atlanta, Ga., bonds_ 8 ._ 8G
Augusta, Ga., bonds... 7 .... 80
Charleston stock. 6 .... 48
Charl'ii Fire Loan b'ds 7 .... GG
Columbia, S. C., bonds G .... GO
Columbus, Ga., bonds. 7 .... 80
Macon, Ga., bonds_ 7 _ 78
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
endorsed... G 45 ....
" nnendors'd.. G 43 ....
'Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 .... 8G
Wilmington, N. C. 8 _ 72
Wilmington, N. C. G . :.. GO
Atlantic and Gulf. 7. SO
! 13. IL lt., 1st mortgage 7 _ GO
Central Georg'u. 7 .... 99
Charleston and Savau.. G .... G5
Chark?tte, Col. & Aug.. 7 _ 85
Chorawand Darlington 7 .... 82
Georgia Railroad. 7 _ 98
Green. & Col., 1st mor. 7 .... 85
Green. & C., State gunr 7 .... G5
Memphis & Charleston. 7 .... 8G
North-Eustern past due 7 .... 87
North-Eastern, new_ 8 .... 87
Sa v. & Char., 1st mort. 7 _ 78
Sav. & Char., State gua 7 _ G9
South Carolina. 7 .... 75
South Carolina. 6 _ 71
Spartanbnrgand Uuion 7 .... 55
KAILUOAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf. 100 _ 33
Central Ga., ex div_ 100 _HG
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 _ 40
Georgia. 100 _ 102
Green, and Col. Ii. lt.. 20 _ 2J
Macon and Western... 100 _ 110
Memphis it Charleston. 25 _ 9
North-eastern. 50 .... 13
Savannah it Charleston 100 _ 31
So. Ca., wbolo shares.. 100 ._ 38
So. Ca., half shares... 125 _ 39
fPeop's N. B'k Chai'l'n,
capitul 8500,000. 100 103 ...
Hst Nat. Bank Charl'n
capital ?400,000. 100 120 ..
?,S. C. Loan it Trust Co 100 102 ..
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'n.
Bank of Charleston.... 100 _ 21 ?.i
Uuion Bank S. C. 50 _ G'^
People's Bank So. Ca.. 25 _. 5
rion. & Me. Bank S. C. 25 _ 2.'.,
Bank of Newberry. 25 - 3
Bauk of Camden. 50 .... 1}.?
Char. M. & M. Co. 100 _ 200
Wando M. Sc M. Co... 100 .... 325
Charleston Gas Co.... 25 .... 21
Chnrl'uCity R. lt. stock 50 _ 51 \&
GranitcvillcMan. Co... 100 _ 85
G. Sc C. lt. cert, indeb. GO
S. C. lt. cert, indebt's. par
N. E. lt. lt., cert, iudebt. 55
City Charleston cer. in. 90 par.
City of Memphis coup. ... 50 ....
N. E. It. Ii. pref, stock. 40
S. itU. lt. pastduoconp. 50
S. it C. It. past duo coup. GO
New York sight. .'a off par
Gold. HO 114
Silver. 103 -
s. c. BANK DILLS.
*Buuk of Charleston.
*Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Camden..'. 35 ....
Bank Georgetown. !?. ....
Bank of S. C. 8 -
Bank of Chester. 14 ....
Bauk of Hamburg. 12 ....
Bank of tho Stato of
S. C., prior to *G1. 45 -
Bank of Stato of S. C.,
issue *G1 and 'G2. 32 _
?Pl. it Moe. Bauk Clmr'u.
'^People's Bank Chnrl'n.
*Union Bank Oharles'n.
*a. W. H. lt. Bank, old.
*S.W. R. R. Bank, now.
Stato Bank, Charleston .... 8 ....
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. 1 ....
Exchango Bank, Colum .... 7 ....
Com'l Bauk, of Colum .... l-l ...
Meroh. Bank of Cheraw- 5 ....
Planter's Bank Fairfield_ 5 ...
S. C.|bills receivable. 90 ...
Charleston change bills. 90 ...
>Less Stock dividend of 20 per cent
and cash dividend of G por cont.
jLess cash dividend of 6 per cent.
?Lesa cash dividend of G per cent.
ti?i?r Bills marked thus (*) aro being j
redeemed at tho bank counters of each. !
- m ???
Large, New and
FALL AND WIN
TUE undersigned bogs to call tho attonti
oponod at bia now atoro, (next door East i
tho moat bandeomo lino of READY-MADE
fashion. Wo call special attention to tho DEH
of a cot to i<nit tho taste of every ono. Our
Us branch, comprising in part a largo assorti
PniNCE or a LONDON Cr.uu. \Yo offer lar?o in
wo havo tho Silk, Crown Trinco, King William,
rons to bear description. Our stock of THUN:
and varied. Cal', soo and bo convinced, that v
Beans! Beans! ,
5BI1LS. Northern Whito DEANS, just ar?
rived and for salo by
Oct 4_HARDY SOLOMON.
FIFTY boxcB now factory CHEESE just ur
. rived, and for sale bv
Oct 4 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
i")pr BULS. No. 1 MACKEREL, now and
?mi*.y very linc, just arrived and for salo by
KITS AND QUARTER BARRELS NEW
0\J MACKEREL, for salo low.
_Aug2:l_ EDWARD HC PE.
Pure Leaf Lard.
PACKAGES PURE LEAF LARD,
ZJ\J consisting of Darrels, Kegs and
Boxes, wu baud and for salo low by
Sodt '2()_ _.L <t_'I\ lt. AGNEW.
DB. LEWIS' two STORE HOUSES, on
. Richardson and Laurel streets, former?
ly occupied by Thomas J. <t H. M. Gibson,
havo undergone thorough repairs, aro now
ready to rent. Business men disiriug good
stands, will do well to iuquiioou the promi?
ses for information. S. KRABT,
EMERY'S U NIVBIIS A Lt
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well kuown throughout
tho South, need no comment.. In atyle of
workmanship, and for <-flieh ney of work,
their turn-out, with tho sumo amount of
power, ia unequaled, lt. TOZER, Agent,
August a_ Cobimbia,_R. C._
For Salo, I
Q fifin ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
O.OUU on thc Edisto.
7.it) ACRES in Kershaw-in lota to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-(12,000.
? 1 House in this city, (5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, noar thc
city-fS.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
yij THE Husoriber is now in receipt of his
(?FALL and WINTER STOCK, consisting
jfcfof CLOTHS, ?ASSIMERES and VEST
-?IN?S of tho very latest stylo and pat?
terns, which has been carofully selected by
himself, and invites the public to call and ex?
amino thc Kaine, as bc has ono ot tho ducat
assortments of goods in his lino that ever carno
to this market. Have also on hand a splen?
did assortment o? thc STAR SHIRTS, somo
of them thc finest over manufactured.
_Scpt 2i_J. F. EISENMANN.
OUR GRAND OPENING
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER IO.
NEW S T 0 R E-N E W STOCK.
INTERIOR arrangement entirely now, and
fitted np In the moat ELEGANT STYLE.
STOCK IMMENSE and still ARRIVING.
?3- CARPET ROOM-a treat, to look at.
Oct 72 _J. H. .fe M. L. KIN ARD._
TWO NIGHTS ONLY!
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
OCTOBER 12TH AND 13TH.
THE ARKANSAS COMEDIAN,
Great Excelsior Minstrels !
ACOMBINATION o? Voraal i lo Talent su?
perior to any heretofore brought before I
tho public. Everything New, Moral and
Original. Consisting of CHARACTER PER?
SONATIONS and REFINED NEGRO MIN?
STRELSY. OlSKUNALlTY AND REFINEMENT ?S
ADMISSION, SI-CHILDREN, 50c.
THE Secretary of tho Executive Conimittoo
of tho Union Reform Party exceedingly
regrets to announce to tho public, that tho
efforts on the part of tho Committee to s'ecure
fair play in tho coming election, havo bo u
fruitless. Wo wore confident, at ono time,
that, our requests being so reasonable and
fair, Ibero would bo no object ion; bul tboru
is evidently strenuous opposition to any ono
of tho Reform Party being present willi the
boxes from tho timo the pulls open until tho
votes aro counted out. Unices this arrange?
ment is made in sonic of tho Counties, wo are
credibly informed, by both Republicans and
Reformers, that wo will nul get a fair count.
It is evident, from the very fact that some of
thc Commissioners refuse to cousent tu this
arrangement, that they intend if necessary lo
operate with tho votes to our loss. Near or
quite one million of dollars directly ur indi?
rectly are at slako in this contest; the temp?
tation is too great, and no three men of any
one party shuuld be subjected toit.
if a customer orders fifty pounds of sugar
or coffee of hie grocer, tho grocer refuses lo |
weigh it out because you are present, it is al- \
most proof positive that hu intends to cheal
you il he can, and just so wo regard this vote
Tho Govi mor and Mr. Hausier are very pro?
fuse in their expressions of u desire for us to
have fair play, Lill wliotl you como to reduce
this matter to something tangible and practi?
cable, it is explained away s.? you can't lind it.
Seine are told it is a matter thoy can't con?
trol, it resiH with tho Commissioners, and it
would not do to cast any rt flections upon them
or their -li?nosty, ?tc, Ac. It is very well
known to everybody that Governor Scott anti
Mr. Ransier occupy just snell a position with
their party, that au) advice grivet! by them in
good fiUii would be implicitly obeyed by thc
Managern anti Uoioinis*ionerfl.
K. W. SEIDELS,
Oct 7 St e. Ex Com. U. R. P.
Century Bue-cut Chcwiug Tubucuo, to j
bo had at POLLOCK'S.
IT QB E !
ion of tho public to tho fact that bo han now
or POLLOCK'S rnetanrant,) to be known au
CLOTHING over offered in this city, of lato
HY SACK, thc most beaut ifni over worn, hoing
lino or FURNISHING GOOD8 is completo in
neut of TIES. Como and purchase a CROWN
ducomonts to purchasers of HATS, of which
Von Moltko, Bismarck, and othora too nutuo
KS, VALISES and HAND-SATCHELd, is large
rhat we have said oan bo depended upon.
Sy(\f \ ERS- CAROLINA INDIGO, of snpc
tU\J\J rior (piality, for salo by
_ August 25_EDWARD HOPE.
OF tho Executive Committeo of the Union
Reform Party is over the SavingB Bank,
j All persons friendly to tho cause, will havo
access to tho ro' m at any timo of tho day,
i where they can seo tho papers, and got the
i ncwa. Oflico hours from from ? to ll a. m.
I and from 5 to (J p. m. E. W. SEIBELS,
j July 28 _Sec. and Treas. Ex. Com.
LOST, or stolen, on thc 27th Septoniber
last, in thc Markot, a small loather
POCKET-BOOK, containing thirty odd dol?
lars in money; ono note on Henry Geiger, for
eixty-livo dollars; oue ou D. T. James, for
forty dollars and sixty cents; ono duo bill on
L?rick ?fe Lowrance, for seven dollars and
twenty-livo cents. Other paperB of littlo
value. E. MORRIS.
Oct 7 _
/~1 ENUINE DURHAM SMOKING TOBAC
\JC CO, direct from tho factory, tho great
Dalby Puff Smoking Tobacco, the Sunnyeide
Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco-tho best in tho
\ country-Mollers' Fig Chewing Tobacco, very
fine, just received.
j A full assortment of choico WINES and LI
QUOBS always on hand.
JOHN C. SEEQERS,
Main street, near the Post Office, and Main
street, near PHOXIX Oflico._July 2!>
?. TnE DOUBLE ONE-STORY BRICK
ft BUILDING, situated on Maiu or Bich
liLardson street, East side, between Blan
diug and Laurel streets. Tho building is 80
feet long, by about IC in width-tho lot mea?
suring 52 feet - in. front, and 208 feet - in.
If not disposed of at privato salo before 1st
December ensuing, it will bo sold about that
time, at public auction.
Qualified Administrator Estate George Sten?
house^_ Oct 1 s3
SEALED propo.-als for building an addition
lo tho Lunatic Asylum, in tho city of Co?
lumbia, S. C., will bo received until WEDNES?
DAY, October tho 12th, 1870. at tho oflico of
W. R. NASH, ESQ.; plans and specifications to
bo seen at tho oilicc of MB. BEUG, Architect.
Tho Committee reservo tho right to accept
any ostimate, althongh not tho lowest.
Tho contractor will bo required to give bond
with approved sureties for tho faithful per
; formauco of tho contract.
Any information needed cnn bo had on ap?
plication to thc Committee.
Ort 0 (i_W. B. NASH._
THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, Iving
Sfi?on tho Barhamville Road and tho Cliar
*~ lotte Railroad, abpnt 1J milos from tho
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
more or less, and having on it a beautiful sito
for a country residence, a most excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or six hands; it is about two-thirds cleared
and is most admirably situated and watered
for a vogctablo or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween thc two branches which torms tho
atream .flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of tho same soil on
which Dr. Parker raised ovor 200 bushels of
corn to tho aero. Possossion given on tho 1st
of January next. For further particulars,
apply at this office, or to
L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 .'Imo Orangeburg, 8. C.
Desirable City Lots on Arsenal
THREE sqnare ACRES on Arsenal Hill, lo?
cated bctwoon tho Governor's mansion
and tho residence of Mayor John Alexander,
Lot No. 1, bounded North by Lumber street
West, bv Pulaski street; South by lot No. 2
and East bv lot of E. W. Whoolor.
Lot No. 2, hounded North by lot No 1; Weal
by Pulaski street; South, by Richland street
and East bv lot No. 3.
Lot No. 8, bounded North bv lot of E. W
Wheeler; Weet, by lot No. 2; South by Rich
land street, and East by Wayne street.
The above are very desirable for buildin;
purposes, and present excellent opportmii
ties for that or for investments, and will bi
sold in lots to suit purchasers.
Fou TKitiis, ETC., apply to
1). C. PE1XOTTO ?fe SON,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchant ? au?
Heal Estate Agents._Oct 1 s\y_
LADIES AND GENTS.
I ?T?i?ESE "ALPACCA UMBRELLAS" hav
J. the appearance r-f Silk; perfectly fast ii
i color. Each is enclosed in au enamolid covei
j and will wear longer than a Gingham or Sill
Sold only bv
\V. I?. LOVE ?Si CO.,
I Dry Goods Merchants.
j "COULD SONS PATENT STEP LADDERS,
? From two to ten feet high. Hundreds r
I people in this city can testify to their ??ghi
: ness and durability.
in Br?ssels and Thrcc-Hy-many of ti.??
aro private patterns-OIL CLOTHS, DRUC
: GETS, RUGS and II ASS AC KS. They ai
' perfect beauties. This Stock is entirely nev
! OF THE
' In our Retail Dry Goods Stock will be < xli
bited from (hi* date,
j PRICES GUARANTEED AS LOW AS TH
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building, Mainstreet.
\V. I). LOVE.
1!. B. MtVllKKUY. Oct 1