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Importe? Pra?lab Dc?Vn ta -UM? la Ut?
Voigcs-Tho Parisian? Calm.
T?EIUH, cia Toura, Ootober 7.-It it
credibly reported that the Italian Go?
vernment has taken the initiative for the
declaration that they have no intention
of claiming Nice from France.
HOURN, via TOURS, Ootober 7.-The
Prussians at Gisons have been repulsed
by the National Guard. The enemy
have, however, formed a camp near
Gisons of 2,000 men. Telegraphic aom
manioation with that point has been in?
terrupted, and also to the Eastward.
Toons, Ootober 7.-Saoh telegrams as
have been received show steady ad?
vances by the Prussians invading tho
Bast and South-east of Franco ou the
march to Lyons.
The journals say there is a general
rising in tho Vosges. No regular troops
are there, but the old meu are aroused.
The Frano-tirears are in all the passes,
and give no quarter to the enemy, whom
they harass uight and day, stopping
their convoya, cutting communications
A circular from the Ministry enjoins
generals to at once prepare for the or?
ganization of courts-martini to insure
LONDON, Ootober 8.-The Italian Go?
vernment repudiates the design of re
annexing Nice and Savoy, as the result
of plebiscilum. The official Italian vote
on unity is 13,365 for; 1,507 against.
Sharp fighting reported yesterday, in
the department of the Vosges. The Prus?
sians had 9,000, and the French half that
Bamber, but were deficient in artillery.
The French retained their positions,
which the Germans attempted to carry.
Gen. Dopre, commanding the French,
was slightly wounded. Skirmishing WOE
commenced before Nowbreisach.
George Sanders writes from Paris, thal
Paris is good for a sixty days siege. Thc
Pail Mall Gazelle's ooriespondent says the
same. Another despatch says: Paris ie
now at the mercy of the Prussian guns
on the heights of Ville Juill. There are
no Prussians in tho department ol
The Prussians again threaten Gisors.
Barnside writes from Paris, that tbt
people are calm. The oity bas it usnal
appearance. Burnside had au interview
with Favre, who was hourly expecting o
visit from Bismarck.
. Pierre Fille, near St. Dumas, has beer
abandoned by the French. Two French
men, caught cutting the telegraph wires
wore shot by the Prussians.
TOURS, October 8.-The Governmon
announces cheering advices from al
quarters of France. The army re-or
ganization is proceeding rapidly. It ii
reported that Gambetta, who recen tb
left Paris in a balloon, landed safely out
side the Prussian lines. It is believec
the French occupy Pitbirie.
The Pontifical Zouaves, to come here
will form corps 5, 0,000 strong. 40.00C
Italian volunteers have arrived at Cham
berry. Burnside is expected here. Tb
troops have all left. Destination secret
BERLIN, Ootober 8.-Bismarck's orgai
bitterly denounces Belgium's Freud
sympathy. The press, Government am
people ore alike responsible.
NEW YORK, October 8.-Rudolph wo
the champion game of billiards. Th
score stood: Rudolph 1,501 ; Dion 1,192
MARSE?I?I/ES, October 8.-Garibaldi i
SAARBRUCK, October 8.-The Pru?
si ans openeof* -their heavy batteries o
the Northern d?fonces of Metz. Th
French replied vigorously. The boa
bardment lasted two hours.
LONDON, Ootober 8.-The Examint
appeals to tho powers to prevont tli
bombardment of Paris.
DUBIIIN, October 8.-Archbishop Cu
lin bas issued a pastoral letter, sympi
thisiug with France, and protestin
against Italian outrages at Rome.
FABES, Ootober 8.-The Strasbui
statue ' was decorated yesterday. Tl
Tuilleries is a crowded camp. The d
feat of a sortie on the 1st, at Mendel
created consternation. There have be<
a few enoountres at night, between o
ganized ruffians and the troops. Shou
further reverses occur, it is feared a da
gorous class will inaugurate a terrib
Troops lined the streets upon tho a
nounceraont, yesterday, of tho surroud
of Strasburg and Toni.
Gens. Burnside and Paul Forbes f
rived yesterday, with Bismarck. T
Prussians failed to plant their batteri
or erect redoubts, ns tho Anight ch
trie lights expose them to the tiro frc
. the forts. The Americans will lea
Paris with Washburno.
Tho Herald special, dated Berlin, sa^
with the fall of Strasburg and Tc
perfected, and communication wi
Pont-a-Moussou, the Prussian tact
were changed. Avoiding forts, the PIM
siana now march upon the largo ton
direct. Theso movements are entrust
to fresh levees of troops relieved fr<
siege duty and reserves of several cor]
LONDON, October 8.-Great surpr
and regret is expressed at tho Prussi
embassy at the shipment of nvms in
the Unitod States for France.
TOURS, October 8.-Tho Prussii
have attacked Nowbressach. Tho conni
ado wan sharp, thc besieged unsweri
vigorously. Tho aroudissements
Mayenco has chosen tho Count do Poi
General Trochu nud Bazaino as can
dates for the Constituent Assembly.
Ulrich will receive tho Grand Crosi
tho Logion of Honor.
It is reported to-day that tho <
vornment will bo obliged to quit Toi
aftor the olection. Thom is no pl
here largo enough for tho ConBtitu
Assembly. It is probable the cap
will bo Bordeaux. Some journals
nounco tho probability that thoclccti
will be deferred.
Tho enthusiasm is increasing
volunteers are rapidly swelling the rn
of tho two armies. Tho Prussians si
determined to advance into Normac
Tho pooplo of that province aro souci
their grain aud cattle further South,
placing every obotaole itr ine way of the
The Papal troops and Garibaldiaos
number 0,000, and form the nucleus of
the new armies.
The Prefect of the Department of
Aisne telegraphs from St. Qaentin,
7th-mid night-that the Prussians are
within three leagues, and we expect
they will attack at day-light. We shall
defend the place with the Garde Na?
tionale and the firemen.
LONDON, October 8.-The Manchester
Guardian bas a special, announcing that
the bombardment of Paria will com?
mence early next week, preceded by a
formal summons to f ur render.
FBEBOUBO, October 8.-Newbressaoh
refusing to surrender, the Prussians
opened with eight guns.
TOURS, October 8.-The journals here
believe Napoleon is the author of the
Wilholmshohe manifesto, notwithstand?
ing Patric's denial. The denial ?was
prompted because the document was un?
A letter from Paris has the following:
The Mobiles from Drittany-Christian
heroes-have the moral courage, before
combat, to kneel and pray-receiving a
blessing from the priest. "Assigny,"
ono of the Times writers, adds: The
people do not sneer or laugh at this.
The Journal de Bounoille is responsible
for the story that negotiations are now
pending botwoou the German Govern?
ment und Napoleon, backed by Prussia
tho object beiug to prevent the establish?
ment of a French Republic.
It is thought the Prussians will not
oppose the convocation of the French
The railroads Fastward of. Paris, on
Sunday night, wore bringing up Prussian
siego guns. A train was thrown from
the track, near Vetray. Four French?
men living in the neighborhood were ar?
rested, charged with loosening the rails.
ST. QDENTINB, October 7. -The enemy
seems abandoning the march hither, and
is moving upon Soissons, whieh place
will make a heroio defence.
ROUEN, October 8.-Several French
speculators have been arrested for send?
ing supplies to tho invaders.
Colonel Ouavette, of the Pontifical
Zouaves, calls for volunteers; he says he
wishes for a well-disciplined corps, named
Volunteers de Ort; and says these Zouaves
shall be the type of devotion and honor.
Cbavette sends to-day three compa?
nies to the front.
The nows from Lyons is excellent.
Preparations aro strenuous for defence.
The Franu-Tirenrs, from Bordeaux,
passed for tho front to-day. They are
fine troops and well armed.
1,200 Garibaldians hare arrived in
France, commanded by Frappoli, who is
to organize a larger force.
Details of tho battle near Potheriers
state that the Prussians lost 0.000 cattlo,
which they had gathered from all parts,
ready to drivo to tho army investing
Paris. This success is due to the Franc
Tireurs, who are cruising up on all
BERLIN, Ootober 8.-The offioial jour?
nal denies any correspondence between
King William and tho Pope since July
30. Von Folkcnstien revokes the pro?
hibition of social Democratic meetings.
Ho exacts polico supervision of any meet?
ing tending to embolden France to de?
cline reasonable terms of peace. The
Prussians have organized night patrols, j
to prevent lawnessness and robbery j
around Paris and tho adjacent roads.
Health of Central Lee-The National ';
CHARLESTON, October 8.-Arrived
Steamship Charleston, Now York; barque
John Phyfe, Now York; brig Mariposa,
Boston; schooner Surprise, Baltimore.
BOSTON, October 7.-There "was frost
throughout New England this morning.
LEXINGTON, VA., October 7.-General
R. E. Lee continues to improve. He is
able to sit up in a chair. It is confi?
dently expected that ho will be able to
move about shortly.
CLEVELAND, OHIO, October 8.-Dr.
W. H. Jones, a prominent physician,
was shot and killed, to-day, by Dr.
I Gallentine, for alleged infringement
upon Gallentine's marital rights.
CINCINNATI, October 8.-The name of
tho Convention has been changed from
"Southern" to * 'National," by a unani?
mous vote. [Applause.] The Conven?
tion meeta in Baltimore next year. Ad?
journed sine die. There was a grand
banquet last night.
NEW ORLEANS, October 8.-Yellow fe?
ver deaths yesterday, 9.
The Christian Republican Convention,
composod of bolters from the Republi?
can party, nominated A. E. Dumas for
Congress, for tho First District. Many
nominations were made for munioipal
officers, when tho Convention adjourn?
RICHMOND, October 8.-The Conser?
vative Congressional Convention for tho
Third District met hero to-day-Hon.
W. H. F. Loe, presiding. Gen. John H.
Cox, of Chesterfield, was nominated over
WE have rccontly made largo adduction to
havo boon had uinco tho war. All our o
Hew Goods at W
CARPENTER TOOLS, ?
Blacksmith Tools, /^tT-spHr
Masons' Tools and Farming Im- fifi 11 Inj] jil
Carriage Material, lim'jB^i-fre?
Building Material, \B7p^?lfi
Trimming Material and IIOUBO-'BQP?HC^H
furnishing Goods?, I IjpfaBBf
Our friends who favor us with their ordora fe
tho bottom of the market in those and all other
Hept 25 Hmo
1 gp g 1 ., S I ? . ;
Col. Albert Ord way, late of the United
WASHINGTON, October 8.-There waa
an extraordinary session of the Cabinet
to-day. Fish submitted the draft of a
proclamation, which was approved and
will bo issued to-day or to-morrow,
in effect prohibiting the ase of our har?
bors by armed vessels of belligerents as
points of observation or menace toward
vessels in our waters, about to leave
port; in otber words, to prevent a vir?
tual blookade of our ports by armed ves?
sels; and also forbidding the uso of our
ports as depots for supplying weapons of
war and munitions to belligerents.
_ 10 P. M.-The neutrality proclama?
tion regarding armed vessels, was issued
FINANCIAL AND OOM1I1BUC1AL.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Ootober 9.-Sales of
cotton yesterday, about 70 bales-mid?
NEW YOKK, Ootober 8-Noon.-Flour
dull and unchanged. Wheat and norn
dull and beavv. Pork steady, nt- 25.50.
Cotton heavy-uplands 16??; Orleans
16%; sales OOO bales. 62's 12%. Money
5@6. Sterling-long 8%; short 9%.
Stocks steady. Southern's very dull.
7 P. M.-Money easy, at 5. Sterling
dull, at 8??@8%. Gold 13???13J?.
Government's closed dull. G2's 12%.
Southern's dull and generally steady.
Cotton olosed dull and lower; sales 1,500
bales-uplands 1G}.:. Flour inactive and
unchanged. Wheat a shade easier-win?
ter red and amber Western firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn a shade easier, but moro active, nt
83@85. Pork quiet, at email@example.com.
Lard firm-kettle 18@18)?. Freigbts a
BALTIMORE, October 8.-Flour activo
and higher-Howard strict superfine
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat quiet and prices un?
changed. Coru dull-white email@example.com.
Pork firm, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon ac?
tivo, and advaucing-shoulders l-l,!J.
Whiskey firm, at 91. Cotton less active,
but prices maintained-low middlings
15>4; sales 275 bales; stock 3,109.
ST. LOUIS, October 8.-Flour and corn
dull and unchanged. Bagging firm and
uuchanged, at 29>?@30. Provisions ad?
vancing. Pork 25.50. Shoulders 14;
clear sides 18. Lard steady, at lS^fT^lG.
CINCINNATI, Ootober 8.-Flour dull
family email@example.com. Corn-new 45; old
G0@62. Pork in good demand, at 25
asked 25).?. Bacon active-shoulders
13%; clear sides 18. Whiskey dull, at
BOSTON, October 8.-Cotton quiet
middlings 1G^8@1G?.?; sales 300 bales;
CHABTJESTON, October 8.-Cottou quiet
and weak-middlings 14)8@14^; sales
GOO bales; receipts 2,278; stock 4,984.
AUGUSTA, Ootober 8.-Cotton murket
closed dull and declining; salos 1,082
bales-middlings 14; receipts 1,075; sales
of tho week 5,818; receipts ot the week
6,725; stock on band 2,874.
SAVANNAH, October 8.-Cotton quiet
middlings 14%; sales 900 bales; receipts
1,376; stock 34,984.
MOBILE, October 8.-Cotton quiet and
easier, but nothing doing-middlings
14,tiC(?(M?4 ; sales GOO bales; receipts
1,377; Btook 21,424.
NEW ORL?ANS, October 8.-Cotton
demand fair, but prices lower-mid?
dlings 15j?; sales 2,250 bales; receipts
2,498; stock 41,087. Flour firm-super?
fine 4.50; double 5.12>^; treble 5.50@
6.00; Corn-mixed 75; white 78. Pork
firmer-mess bold at 27.00. Bacon firm,
at 15@19. Sugar-nothing doing. Mo?
lasses-primo new 1.30 and very scarce.
Whiskoy quiet -reotified firstname.lastname@example.org>??.
GALVESTON, October 8.-Cotton steady
and in fair demand-good ordinary 13;
sales 250 bales; stock 6,000.
LONDON, October 8-Noon.-Consols
92)?@92%. Bonds 91^.
LIVERPOOL, October 8-Noon.-Cot?
ton opens quiet-uplands 8%@8??', Or?
LIVERPOOL, October 8-Evening.
Uplands cotton Orleans 9;
speculation and export 10,000 bales.
To Make Room
FOR ray extensive stock of DRY GOODS
CLOTHING, HATS, CAfS, Ladies' and
Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, UM?
BRELLAS, Ac., I offer my cntiro stock of
SHOES at cost. JACOB 8ULZBACIIER.
1 Sept 20
our atock of HARDWARE, at Ices price? than
td etock AT COST AND LESS THAN COST.
Wines and Liquors, of every
grado-an immonso stock.
Chewing and Smoking To
Sugar, Coffee, Ac.,
>r BAGGING and TIER, will always find ue at
Goods. TERMS CASU.
? & LOWRANCE.
GRANS FALL OPENING
FAMOUS HY COOnS EST?BLISMBMT
J. H. & M. L. KINARD.
"W"E C0MMENCE lhe FALTj 8EA80S ?y opening to an admiring PUBLIO Q"^J
New and Elegantly-arranged DEY GOODS HOUSE.
Cur friends nood no ?poc'al invitation, THEY ?lou I go tuy where else; but the groat masses
must be informed wu EKE to buy to the best advantage. Wo assert, without foar of contra?
<Z>ULX* 3QCOTTS?3Sl ls tlx? OISTE
At which all partios will get ENTIRE SATISFACTION and F?LL VALUE for their money.
Wo have tho BEST arranged Show Rooms in tho CITY. Every portion of tho largo Boaco
is as LIGHT AS DAY; buyers can BEE what they aro purchasing, and wo guarantee tho PRICES ]
To say that our sock ia LARGE, or VEUY largo, qr IMMENSE, would NOT convey HALF an idea
>f the extent and varioty that each of tho
TWELVE WELL-STOCKED' DEPARTMENTS CONTAIN.
O tax? Carpet IS t o o ls.
ALONE is worth as much as any ordinary Dry Goods Storo keeps altogether.
The Handsome French Plate Glass Front
Will indicate to strangers and visitors to our City WHERE TO STOP AND RUY from tho
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS THAT
Can lie Fonad In thli City.
Each Department is superintended by Gentlemen of long business experience, and wo
bave made special arrangements with a COMPETENT Upholsterer, to havo Carpets, Oilcloths,
Window Shades and Cornices cut to Ct, and laid down or put np, so that tho customer will
have nothing to do hut to make the selection, and wo will do the reet, and do it RIOUT.
Private Residences, Hotels and Churches iurniehed on the most liberal terms and with de?
spatch. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS cut ANY size.
Ocl9 JT. H. ?St AI. L. KINARD.
N E W S TO RE !
Large, New and Attractive Stock
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
THE nndereignod beg? to call the attention of tho publie to the fact that he has now j
opened at hie new store, (next door East of POLLOCK'S restaurant,) to bo known as
Goodman's Clothing Bazaar,
the most handsome line of READY-MADE CLOTHING ever offered in this city, of late
fashion. Wo call spocial attention to the DERRY SACK, the most beautiful ever worn, being
of a ont to euit the tasto of every one. Our line of FURNISHING GOODS is completo in
its branch, comprising in part a large assortment of TIES. Como and pnrcbaso a CROWN
PRINCE or a LONDON CLUU. Wo offur largo inducements to purchasers of HATS, of which
we have the Silk, Crown Prince, King William, Von Moltke, Bismarck, and others too nume?
rous to boar description. Our stock ol TRUNKS, VALISE8 and HAND-SATCHELS, is largo
and varied. Gall, eeo and be convinced, that what we have said can be depended upon.
Oct 8 D. GOODMAN.
The Largest and Choicest Stock
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE
HOUSE - FURNISHING GOODS
SO UT If OF r, ALTIMORE.
___ THE subscriber is now receiving his FALL and WINTER SUPPLY of the
r above, direct from tho manufacturers, and offers them to consumers at NEW
A full lino of CHOICE KEROSENE GOODS.
Oct 7 luiot
IMPROVEMENTS, ^ADDITIONS, ETC.
WH HAVE AI>D?3ESJ3
OUR LARGE STOCK
DU GOODS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC.,
A NEW DEPARTMENT, VIZ.:
AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW
A GOOD ASSORTMENT,
AND HAVE EMPLOYED
A COMPETENT M IKT
Wno CAN PROPERLY PUT THEM UP.
Oct 1 3mo R. C. SHIVER.
Furniture, Groceries, <fcc.
BY JACOB LS VIN.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, 11th instant, at 10
o'clock, before my atore, I will soil.
A general variety of FURNITURE and
GROCERIES. Part foul ara in a f ature adver
Valuable and Desirable Tracts of Farming
Lands-Nsar the Oily.
BT JACOB LEVIN.
ON the FIRST MONDAY in November next,
I will sell, before the Court House, in Co?
lombia, if not disposed of at private sale.
Portions of the TRACTS formerly owned by
Thomas and B. W. Taylor.
The varioua tracts are located, commencing
at South Boundary street, and continued to
threo and-a- half miles from tho State House.
They consist of newly oleared swamp, which
will produce from forty to sixty bushels of
corn" without manure. Isinglass soils, which
are tho moat certain and productivo for cot?
ton and good uplands.
Poi tiona of these traota wiU mako superior
brick. They are by far tho moat dealrable
farming landa offered for Bale einoe the war.
They are contiguous to th? city, and aro di?
vided into tracta of a aize to suit all pur?
chasers: Consisting of 124; 174; 18; 464; 48j;
404; 33; 474; 4#?; 55; 46: 00; SO; 45 and 118
aerea. A plat of which can bo acen at my
TERMS or SALT.-One-half cash; tho balance
payable in twelve months, secured by bond
and mortgage of the premises. Purchasers
to pay for all necessary papera and stamps.
Oct 9 t_
BY virtue of aundry executions to mo di?
rect cd, I will sell, on the FIRST MON?
DAY in November next, in front of the Court
Houee, in Columbia, within thologal boura,
Ono BALE of COTTON. Levied on aa tho
property of Thomas W. Pope, at the respect?
ive suits of Riobard Flanigau and D. C. Peix
otto A Son, vs. Thomas W. Pope. Terms
caah. P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
Sept 23_m th
She nfl" a Sales.
BY virtue of aundry tax executione, to me
directed, I will sell, on the FIRST MON?
DAY IN NOVEMBER next, in front of tho
Court House in Columbia, within tho legal
boura, the following property, viz:
Tho HOUSE and LOT, on the North-west
corner of Asaombly and Senate streets, in the
city of Columbia, levied on as the property of
Anna Lott at,;tho suit of the city of Columbia
vs. Anna Lott, for taxes.
Tho HOU3E and LOT, on the South-east
?.omer of Bichardson and Bichland streets, in
tho city of Columbia, levied on as the pro?
perty of P. N. Lynch, at tho Buit of tho city of
Columbia vs. P. N. Lynch, for taxes.
HORSE and BUGGY; also, the Honae and
Lot on Assembly street, between Plain and
Taylor etrcota, in the city of Columbia, levied
on aa the property of John Lynch, at the suit
of tho city of Columbia vs. John Lynch, for
Tho HOUbE and LOT on the corner of
Bichardaon and Lumber streets, in the citv
of Columbia, levied on as the property of W.
Lylea, ut tho suit of tho city of Columbia xs.
W. Lyles, for taxes.
The HOUSE a^d LOT on tho corner of
Taylor and Barnwell Btreota, in the oity of
Columbia, levied on as tho property of John
Burdell, at the suit of the city of Columbia
vs. John Burdell, for taxes.
Tho HOUSE and LOT, corner Laurel and
Marion streets, in the city of Columbia, levied
on aa tho property of Mrs. Wylie, at the suit
of the city of Columbia vs. Mra. Wylie, for
LOT. on tho corner of Washington and Ma?
rion Ht roots, in the city of Columbia, levied on
as the propertv of M. A. Shelton, at the suit
of tho oity of Columbia vs. M. A. Shelton, for
That tract of LAND, containing Four acres,
moro or less, aituatod on Gervais atreot, be?
yond tho Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad, in the city of Columbia, aa the pro?
perty of R. G. Lamar, Trust?e, at tho amt of
tho city of Columbia vs. R. G. Lamar, for
Tho HOUSE and LOT. on Lincoln street,
between Gervaia and Lady atroeta, in the city
I of Columbia, levied on aa the propertv of
Emma Jackeon, at the snit of the city of Co?
lumbia vs. Emma Jackeon, for taxes.
The HOUSE and LOT, on tho corner of Lau?
rel and Wayne Btreota, in tho city of Columbia,
levied on aa the property of James Dunning,
at the suit of the city of Columbia vs. James
Dunning, for taxes.
The nOUSE and LOT, on Pickena street,
between Taylor and Plain streets, levied on aa
the property of Patrick H. Flanigan, at the
Buitofthe city of Columbia vs. Patrick H.
Flanigan, for taxes.
The HOU8E and LOT. on Gates street, be?
tween Sonate and Pendleton streets, levied on
as tho property of the Eatate of Jeaae Rabb,
at tho suit of the city of Columbia vs. the Es?
tate of .Teano Rabb, for taxoa. TermB cash.
Sept 23 mth P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
.-g^ THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
(KSfion tho Barhiunville Road and the Char
".r.," lotte Railroad, about 1} miles from the
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
moro or loas, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country residence, a moat excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or nix banda; it is about two-thirds cleared
and ia most admirably aituated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" gardon, lying be?
tween ibo two branches which torme tho
stream .Honing through Dr. Parker's place,
mid composed partly of tho sama Boil on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to tho aero. Possession given on tho 1st
of January next. For iurther particulars,
apply at thia oflico, or to
L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 3mo^ _ Orangeburg,JL C.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into tho manufacture of
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Mesera. Wright & Vinn, one
or their new patent Brick Machines, capable
of turning out from 40,000 to 00,000 bricks ncr
day, ar-.i now propared to mako contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, at his
Blore, or at the South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company. Sept 8
Fnre Leaf Lard.
PACKAGES PURE LEAF LARD.
OV" consisting of B?rrela. Kegs and
ROXOB, on hand and for salo low by
fcedt. 20 _J. it T. lt. AGNEW.
Bolted Corn Heal.
imp? BARRELS, in fine order, for salo by
?2D SeptO EDWARD HOPE.
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS AND COUPONS, JURY GER.
T1FIOATES. COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, Ac,
bought and sold by D. GAMBRILL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
August 21 _.3mo
H IBSON'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
\JC Rye WHISKEYS "the purest and best in
market " AIHO, a full ptock o? RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, of all grades, always on hand,
and for salo by J. A T- IL AGNEW,