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H A VAS A, October 15.-The oars havo
stopped running. The telegraph is
LONDON, Ootolier 17.-The Franc
tireare near Epinal, on the 13th, cheek?
ed tho advanoe of the Prussians in that
direction itt an engagement which lasted
three honr?. A squad of thirty Uhlans
was repulsed sb Lourent de Aux, on tho
left bank of the Loire. They have
reason to believo that the army which
captured Soissons (220,000 strong) will
attack other strong piucos in Northern
A balloon from Paris, with one quar?
ter of a ton of letters, has f?llen at
Namur. Another alighted at Valenci?
ennes, with 200 pounds of correspond?
ence. A decree issuod by tho Paris Go?
vernment, on the 11th, extends the time
for tho payment of oommercial bills to
the 14th of November. More than
1,000,000 muskets have buen given out
to Nationals and Mobiles, and the distri?
bution continues. Laurier leaves Tours
cn a mission to London. Thero arc
rumors of fighting near Bouen. No
French war ships havo yet been seen of!
the River Elbo. Sheep aro alli ie toil with
the rinderpest before Metz and Paris.
Russia rejects Thiers' proposition for a
Congress of tho Great Powers. Wash
bnrne is still in Paris. The French gun?
boat Hamelin captured two German
vessels oil tho South American coast.
Tho Prussians havo evacuated Beau
goucy. They blew up the viaduet before
leaving. Three opening shots of thc
Paris bombardment were fired from
Bellevue on Friday.
The steamer Niagara was chased bj
French vessels. In escaping, tho Ni'
agars collided with the Colyer, whicl
sunk. No lives lost.
The Tablet, a Catholic orgau, printi
tho protests of the Pope aud Cardinn
Antonolli against Italian euoroaohmenti
on Roman territory.
B?BXtiN, October 17.-Soissous capita
lated Monday morning. At 3 p. m., th<
Grand Duko of Mooklenburg enterec
the town at the head of his army. Thi
German losses were trifling. Four thou
sand prisoners and 132 guns were taken
Bazaine b?B made an offer of capitula
tion. Heavy reinforcements reach th<
army before Paris daily.
The Cologne Gazelle reports the rind
erpest raging in forty or fifty places ii
the Bhine Valley. It has also brokei
out in Brandbnrg.
HAVANA, Octobor 17.-Three of th
schooner's crew captured at Cayo Cru:
were shot, and uiuc sentenced to im
prisonment for life.
BRUSSELS, October 17.-An appeal fo
tho Pope, issued by tho Catholics of va
rions nations assembled here, has beei
' TOURS, October 17.-Nothing offlchi
from Leferte St. Auburn. The Pnu
ainu headquarters are established n
Leferto St. Auburn. Tho report thc
Gen. Beyer has loft Metz for Versaille
to negotiate the surrender of tho fortres
is considered authentic here. Tho ru mc
that negotiations aro pending for peac
on the basis of tho oession of Alsace an
Luxemburg to Prussia, are also believe
to be well founded. It is also state
that another interview between Bi:
marcie and Favre to that end will soo
The Moniteur notices with disgust ti
utter absence of effort to cut tho Pru
Binn communications, and asserts thi
only a slight diversion is required an;
where between Paris and tho Rhine I
compel the withdrawal of the besieger
The Prussians have sent for siege trail
to assist in tho reduction of New Bri
FLORENCE, fOotober 17.-Cialdini
said to be in favor of the nomination
the Duke d'Oita for King of Spui
Mazzini has been liberated.
LONDON. October 17.-Tho marriage
Princess Louisa and the Marquis
Lorne takes placo in February.
STUTTGART, October 17.-Tho Diet
Wurtemberg meets on the 21st inst.
ROUEN, October 18.-Defence measur
aro active. The fall of Rouen iuvolv
the severance of communication betwei
Northern and Western Franco.
Hong Kong advices to tho 27th repo
LONDON, October 18.-Tho Prussia
are using the new railroad to Par
opened by the capture of Soissons. T!
harmlessness of tho Paris garrison f
offensive movements is moro evidei
Thero have been no sorties since Septei
ber 30. Tho Prussians have not open?
upon tho city, while tho French foi
TOURS, October 18.-Both Bides cc
tinuo concentrating troops near Orloni
Tho Prussians occupy Orleans and t
camp near Meung. Advices from Li
report tho arrival of largo Prussi
forces in the Northern Departmen
Their columns are on each bank of t
Loire. Tho Prussians aro oviden
coming towards Blois and Tours. A
other successful sortie from Paris 1
just been announced. Tho Prussic
lost 3,000. No further particulars. Ti
of removing the capital from Tours 1
ceased. Tho disciplino of tho armies 1
LONDON, October 18.-Bourbaki, w
commands tho army of tho North, v
co-operate with Buntine.
Tho rinderpest is spreading over 1
Tho investment of Soissons las
three weeks and three days.
Tho following aro tho details of
battlo of Bagueaux: At I) o'clock in
morning tho French opened n fie
artillery fire. Tho Prussians answer
Tho Mobile Garde advanced at adoul
quick, when a despcrato battlo ensu
Tho Prussian position was carried at
point of tho bayonet. Tho Prnssi
wore nnablo to withstand the avalan
of mon poured upon them. They
sorted, ineffectually, to soveral stratog
and liually dispersed. Tho Fre
outered Jlogneaux and soon carried
Prussian barricades. Heavy masses
and the French, protected by forts, re?
tired unmolested, the object of a recon
noissanoo being, in every respect, ac?
complished. The Prussian loss wos.300
killed and 100 captured. ' '
BERLIN, October 18.-The people of
Strasburg are generally satisfied with
the situation. A few who fired from
windows since the capitulation were
promptly arrested. St. Cloud is a total
ruin, and tbe pictures and tapestry were
LONDON, October 18.-The Times re?
minds its readers that to-day is tho anni-,
versary of the great battle near Leipsio,
in 1813-a doy regularly celebrated for
It is understood iu the German camps
that tho bombardment from nil batteries
will eommoneo to-day. 3,000 wounded
Germans and French are at Orleans.
The German armies in France are con?
stantly reinforced. It is estimated that
fully 000,000 effective Germans are now
on French soil. Nothing from Laferto
St. Aubin. Gambetta left Tours for
Vosges, where nu army is organized to
check the Prussian advance on Lyons.
Tho Prussians have mado no movement
towards Blois or Tours.
Lc'NOON, October 18.-Thiers bas rc
tui ni d to Franco. It is reported that
Russia tenders mediation, and that Aus?
tria and England are anxious for peace.
Bankers to-day declino to negotiate Ber?
lin paper. Hamburg and Bremen are
threatened by French fleets. Excite
mont in those cities is intense Rumors
of nu nrmistice aro current here in bank?
ing ciroloo, and stocks are advancing.
VALENCIENNES, October 18.-Au at?
tache of foreign affairs bas just arrived
from Paris. Tho Parisians are calm and
hopeful. The French guns sweep the
plains. The Prussians screen themselves
behind powerful batteries. Tho French
fire is wonderfully exact, and tho bom?
bardment of Paris is impossible while
the forts aro so well served. The manu?
facture of arms is active in Paris.
American A rfu. 1rs.
I KEY WEST, October 14.-All the
lower streets aro flooded.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 17.-The
French ladies of this city remitted to
France, on Saturday, over $50,000 for
A number of Japanese of high rank
arrived hero on Saturday. Among thom
is the Prince Imperial, heir apparent to
the throne, being the first of the roynl
family that ever left Japan.
CHARLESTON, October 18--Arrived
Schooner E. J. Palmer, Baltimore. Seve?
ral arrivals of vessels in ballast from
Boston, New York aud Philadelphia.
MOBILE, Ootober 18.-There have been
twenty-four deaths sinco last report.
Tho oan't-get-away club having expend?
ed all its funds in relieviug tho sufferers,
appeals to absentees and the generous
hearted every where for assistance; other?
wise the club will bo compelled to sus?
pend operations. We are a sorely
j afilicted people.
ST. LOUIS, October IS.-A construc?
tion train of tbe Toledo, Wabash and
Western Railroad rau off the track.
Two persons killed and three fatally
BUFFALO, October 18.-The libel suit
of Congressman Bennett rs. tho Com?
mercial Advertiser, ba3 been commeuced.
The defendants admitted tho subject
matter. Their plea of jurisdiction was
over-ruled, and the evidence affectiug
Bennett's character bas been excluded.
Beunett claims 8100,000. The case will
be resumed to-day.
PHILADELPHIA, October 18.-Hou.
Wm. B. Maun bas been unconditionally
discharged as an accessory to tho Nolan
RICHMOND, October 18.-The conserva?
tives of the third district have nomi?
nated Albert Conway for Congress.
RALEIGH, October 18.-The State fair
?3 a success. The weather is beautiful.
Gilliam, Congressman elect, is dead.
NEW ORLEANS, October 18.-Deaths
from yellow fever, yesterday, three.
Memorial ceremonies to General Leo
tako placo at St. Charles Theatre to?
night. Tho building is appropriately
draped. Tho dress circlo nnd boxes are
occupied entirely by ladies. Tho attend?
ance is very large. The following is thc
programme: Prayer; sacred music; ad?
dress, by Hon. M. W. Barwell; oration,
by Hon. J. Simmes; eulogy, by Rev. B.
M. Palmer; adoption of resolutions.
POUGHKEEPSIE, October 18.-Parker's
flouring mills were burned to-day. Loss
WASHINGTON, October 18.-Bids open?
ed to-day for nearly 500,000 stand of
arms with cartridges. There was a full
Cabinet to-day and a-long session. No?
ON FRIDAY EVENING, on Assembly stroct,
a small black POCKET-BOOK, containing
some gold and paper money and an old ten
dollar Hamburg bill. Also, notos an?! receipts
ot valuo to the ownor. Tho tinder will bo suit?
ably rewarded by leaving tho papers at Mr. S.
Sheridan's Store. E. M. MCKENNA.
Miss Bnie's School.
MISS M. A. BUIE will receive
soveral MUSIC PUPILS at ber
School-room, at tho corner of Ma?
rion and Plain streots. Terms
$14 per quarter for two lessons a
wock; twenty-four lessons $14, or
thirty-six lessons for $25. Miss Buie hat? long
and successful experience in every depart?
ment in thc school, and asks tbo patronage of
lior fi i end n in this and other States, to enablo
her to build up a school worthy of tho patron?
age of tho soldiers sho served so faithfully
during tho war. M. A. BUIE,
Oct Hi _ Soldiers* Friend.
? ^ S 0111x1? Off.
MILLIN E RY GOODS.
M BS. M. A. FLAN IO AN has re?
ceived a largo and well selected
?tock of MILLINERY GOODS, in
SONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS,
Feathers, Flowers, Ac, which she
will sell at tho lowest prices ever
offorcd in thia city.
Done in tho moat fashionable style and on
reasonable terina. Boomi over Heine's Con?
fectionery Store. Oct 18 Imo
?evm*9f*? Pf*<to?t l9i r?*1** of
ton yesterday 72 bales-middling 13)
.ii < \
New YORK. October. IS-y con. -Flour
and wheat quiot and unchanged. Cotton
firmer, but quiet-uplands 15;%; Orleans
WU; sales 2,000 bales. Freights firm.
Stocks steady. Gold 12 Money 6@7.
Sterling-long, 8;.i;sbort,9>^. 62'sl2%.
7 P. M.-Money easy. Sterling
8|?. Gold 12^.(?12Ji. Government's
steady. Southern's very dull. Cotton
buoyant-sales 4,300 bales. Flour less
active and nncbaDged. Wheat heavy,
and l@2c. lower-wiut?r rod and amber
western email@example.com. Corn' heavy, and
l@2o lower. Pork dull and steady
Lard quiet. Whiskey 91?92.
BAIJTIMORE, October 18.-Flour firm.
Wheat steady. Com dull-white 80@
90; yellow 75@85. Whiskey 91@91)?.
Provisions unchanged. Middling cotton
15%; sales 250 bales; receipts 91; stock
LOUISVILLE, October 18.-Bagging
28^?30. Flour quiet. Pork 20.00.
Shoulders 14'y; clear sides 183?. Lard
16?.i. Whiskey quiet, at 85.
CINCINNATI, October 18.-Flour quiet.
Corn scarce-new 45; old 50. Pork
higher, nt 20.00. Lord and bacon un?
GALVESTON, October 18.-Cotton quiet
and firm-good ordiuary 13; receipts
200 bales; stock 7,500.
NEW ORLEANS, October 18.-Flonr
dull aud nomiunl. Corn-mixed, 70;
yellow, 72. Bacon weak. Cotton ac?
tivo at full prices-middlings 1424(2)14%;
sales 3,500 bales; receipts 4,041; stocks
MOBILE, October IS.-Cotton Srm
middlings 1434'@15; sales 800 bales; re?
ceipts GOO; stock 25,801.
SAVANNAH, October 18.-Cotton quiet
and firm-middlings 145-U ; sales 300bales;
receipts 4,435; stock 45,901.
AUGUSTA, October 18.-Cotton market
firmer-sales 843 bales; receipts 1,280;
CHARLESTON, October 18.-Cotton firm
-middling 19%; sales 500 bales; receipts
1,870; stook 21,001.
LONDON, October 18-Noon.-Consols
92%. Bonds 89J4.
LIVERPOOL, October 18-Noon.-Cot?
ton firm-uplands 85?; Orleans SJ^.
LIVERPOOL, October 18-Evening.
Yunis and fabrics at Manchester firmer
and at better prices. Cotton active
uplands 8%($8%; Orleans 87n@9; sales
? ; J
pr AA BUSHELS Extra Fine and Heavy
t)UU FEEDING OATS. Just received, aud
will be 60ld at very low prices, bv
D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON,
Auctiouocra and Coniniiaaiou Merchant??.
SEALED PP.OFOSALS will bo received by
tho underwigued for furnishing BLUE
CLOTH for SUITS and OVERCOATS nnd
Trimmings for same, for City Police. Alan,
bids for making name. Lida will be opened
Friday, October 21, at 3 p. m. Send bids aud
samplea to CHAS. MINORT,
Oct lil 2 Chairman Special Committee.
HAYING jost returned from a viait to the
North, I can recommend the following
TEAS, of my own selection. NEW CROP, per
I Pacific Railroad, and ouly FORTY DAYS from
China and Japan:
Choicest MOY UNE GUN-POWDER.
Choicest Moy uno HYSON.
Fineat Uncolored JAPAN.
Choicest "TRUE" SCHOUCHONG.
Finest Oolong "CRAGIE TEA."
These, with otherf, comprise the beat
assortment that can bo offered in any market,
aud having been bought at recent reduction
in gold value, arc in every way worthy the
attention of economical purchasers.
Oct 8_ _ GEO. SYMMERS.
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 17, 167?.
WHEREAS, liv tho ninth Section of au
Act entitled "an Act providing for tho
General Elections, and the manner of con?
ducting the Bailie," approved March 1, 1870, it
ia provided that, "All Bar-rooms, Saloona and
other placea for the salo of liquora by retail,
shall bo cloecd at C o'clock of tho evening pre?
ceding tho day of such election, and remain
closed until G o'clock in tho morning of tho
day thereafter, and during the time aforesaid,
thc salo of all intoxicating liquors ia prohibit?
ed. Any person duly convicted beforo a com
potent court, of a violation of thia Section,
shall bo punished by a lino not exceeding
fifty dollars, or by imprisonment not exceed?
ing aix months, or by both; auch linc aud im?
prisonment, in tho discretion of tho court;"
therefore, tho attention of all keepers of Bar?
rooms, Saloona and other places for tho sale
of liquora by retail, is called to this provision
of tho law, and they aro admonished that it
must bo faithfully obaerved. It ia enjoined
upon tho regular and apecial Polico forco to
ueo that thia provision of tho law ia strictly
enforced, and they will promptly report for
proaccution all violations of tho samo.
Oct 18 2 Mayor.
PENED THIS DAY, ono of tho moat beau?
tiful atocka of
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
Evor shown in thia market.
In Dress Goods,
We lead the market thia season, both in
STYLE and PRICE.
Haa been bought on a "LOW RULING
RASIS" with C tlon .md wo propose to give
tho advantage gained bj- tia to '.rm: cts.
Nothing baa contributed to build up our
EXTENSIVE and btill increasing bin-incae moro
than our systematic "LOW PRICES" and
satisfactory atylo of huaincsa. All Gooda are
guaranteed aa represented.
Tho BEST GOODS sold for the' LOWEST
Wo aro Agenta for tho EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE," one of thc beat.
W. D. LOVE .fe CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building, Mainatreet.
W. D. LOVE.
B. B. MCCREERY. Oct 0
--::"AM ? TV I N -?K.~
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A MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION
91? GOODS AI R?V?SBD PRICES 1
Sympathy with the Raw Material.
OUR Mr. Jones baa jaat returned from New York, ifter making onr aecoud trip and pur?
chases thia season. Wo will not attempt to enumerate, nor blow, as ia so common now in
advertising; but will put some drives in prices, on tho market, that will he in keeping with
our iron rule, LOW PRICES.
Oct 19 3mo R. C. SHIVER.
GRAND PALL OPENING
FAMOUS MY GODM HST&BLI&HSHT
J. H. & M. L. KIN ARD.
WE C03IME?S*CE tbe FALL SEASON by opening to an admiring PUBLIC Q~?J
New and Elegantly-arranged DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Cur frienda need no special invitation, THEY don't go mywhere else; but the great maasoa
must bo informed wnEr.r. to boy to thc beet advantage. Wo asaert, without foar of contra?
Our HOUSE ls? -tlxo OJSTE:
At which all parties will get ENTIRE SATISFACTION sud FULL VALUE for their money.
We have tho DI:ST arranged Show Rooms iu the CITY. Every portion of the large apace
ia aa LIOUT AS DAY; buyers can SEE what they arc purchasing, and we guarantee tho PRICES
To say that our stock ia LABOE, or VERY large, or DWZNSE, would KOT convey HALF au idea
of thc extent and variety that each of the
TWELVE WELL-STOCKED DEPARTMENTS CONTAIN'.
O ur CD arpet S t o c lx_
ALONE is worth a? much as any ordinary Dry Gooda Store keeps altogether.
The Handsome French. Plate Glass Front
Will indicate to strangers aud visitora to our City WUEDS TO STOP ANO DUY from the
LARGEST, BEST SELECTED AND CHEAPEST STOCK OF DRY GOODS THAT
Cnn lie iou ml in tiiis City.
Each Department ia superintended by Gentlemen of long busineaa experience, and we
have made special arrangements with a COMPETENT Upholsterer, to have Carpets, Oilcloths,
Window Shades and Cornices cut to fit, and laid down or put up, ao that tho customer will
have nothing to do but to niako the selection, aud we will do tho rest, and do it BIGHT.
Private Reeidencca, Hotels and Churches furnished ou thc most liberal terma and with de?
spatch. FLOOR OIL CLOTHS cut ANY size.
Oct 9 H. & M. L. KINARD.
Large, New and Attractive Stock
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
THE undersigned begs to call tho attention of tho publie to 0>e fact that he hzz HOTT
opened at his new store, (next door East of POLLOCK'S restaurant,) to be knowu as
Goodman's Clothing Bazaar,
tho moat handsomo lino of READY-MADE CLOTHING ever offered in thia city, of lato
i'aahion. We call special attontieu to tho DERRY SACK, tho most boautiful overworn, being
of a cnt to Buit tho tasto of every ono. Our lino of FURNISHING GOODS is completo in
its branch, comprieing in part a large assortment of TIES. Como aud purchase a CROWN
PRINCE or a LONDON CLUB. WO offer largo iuducomonta to purchasers of HATS, of which
wo havo tho Milk, Crown Prime, King William, Yon Moltke, Bismarck, and othors too nume?
rous to boar description. Our stock of TRUNKS, VALISES and UAND-SATCUELd, ia largo
and varied. Cal', seo and be convinced, that what wc have said eau bo depended upon.
Oct S D. GOODMAN.
The Largest and Choicest Stock
CHINA, CLASS, EARTHENWARE
HOUSE - FURNISHING GOODS
SO V T II OF li A L TI M O ll E.
THE subscriber ia now receiving bia FALL and WINTER SUPPLY of tho
above,direct from the manufacturer?, and offers them to consumera at NEW
A full line of CHOICE KEROSENE GOODS.
i^nroote Building Lol.
By D. C. FEIXOTTO &BON, Auctioneers.
ON MONDAT, the 7th day of November next,
in front of the Court House, in this oity, at
10 o'clock, we will sell,
A desirable BUILDING LOT, in this city,
fronting and boundod on the South by Plain
street, measuring thoroon sixty (CO) foet; on
tho Weat by residence of F. L. Gardozo; on
tho East by lot of G. G. Now ton; on the North
by lot of D. B. Miller. Tho oaid lot is 208 feet
eight inches, more or leos, is depth. Tho
abovo property can bo treated for privately
boforo day of aale. Terms made known at
salo._Oct 1G, 21, 25, 29 Nov 1, 3, 0
Valuable and Desirable Tracts of Farming
Lands-Near the City.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON tho FIRST MONDAY in Novoraber next,
I will sell, boforo the Gonrt House, in Co?
lumbia, if not diapoaed of at private salo,
Portions of tho TRACTS formerly owned by
Thomaa and B. W. Taylor.
Tho various tracta aro located, commencing
at South Boundary street, and continued to
three aud-a-half miles From tho State House.
They consist of newly cleared swamp, which
will produco from forty to oixty huehele of
corn, without manure Isinglass soils, which
aro tho moat certain and productivo for cot?
ton and good Unlande.
Poi tiona of these tracts will mako superior
brick. They are by far tho moet desirable
farming landa ottered for salo since tho war.
They aro contiguous to tho city, and aro di?
vided into tracta of a size to suit all pur?
chasers: Consisting of 12J: 174; 18; 4GJ; 481;
404; 33; 474; 48J; 55; 40: 50; 80; 45 and 118
acres. A plat ot which can bo seen at my
TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash ; tho balance
payablo in twelvo montha, secured by bond
anti mortgago of the premises. Purchasers
to pay ua for all necessary papers and stamps.
Oct 9 t
Desirable Family Residences and Va?
cant Lots at Private Sale.
MTHAT largo and commodious BRICE
BUILDING on the corner of Barnwell
and Ger v rio at roe ts, recently occupied by
Dr. A. G. Mackev, containing eight Rooms
and Basement, with Servant Rooms, Stables,
Ac. Tho Lot contains cno aero, on which
there aro lino shrubbery and fruit trees, and
located iu a pleasant neighborhood.
That 2-story BRICK BUILDING on tho
corner of Lady and Sumter streets. This
building contains eight Rooms and a Base?
ment, with six divisions, and Brick Kitohen .
: and Servante' Rooms. The Lot measures 105
, feet front on 8umter and 282 on Lady street,
with flue garden, shrubbery, Ac.
A desirable BUILDING LOT, on Washing?
ton, between Marion and Bull streets, 102 feet
front by 208 deep-a very desirable location
for a family residence.
For terms, which are liberal, apply to
Oct IC 2t Auction and Com, Merchant.
THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, lying
SSfton tho Barhamvillo Road and the Char
-ji- lotte Railroad, about li miles from the
city of Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
moro or leas, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country residence, a moat excellent
spring of water, and accommodations for five
or six hand?; it ia about two-thirds cleared
and i8 most admirably situated and watered
for a vegetablo or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween tho two branches which to rms the
stream .flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of tho aame soil on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to tho aero. Possession given on the lat
of January next. For further particulars,
apply at thia office, or to
. L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 3mo_Orangcburg, 8. C.
3?AA ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
.UUU on thc Ediato.
750 ACRES iu Kershaw-in lots to anit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 Honao in thia city, (5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acros LAND, near the
city-13.000. Apply to JOHN BA?SKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
S. W. PORTER. R. M. STEEEL.
THEJ LADIES ?3,
AND ALL IN NEED OF
SOMETHING TO WEAR.
THE varied and cxtouaivo aasortmcnt of
GOODS just received, at PORTER A
STEEL'S EMPORIUM, offerB a raro opportunity
to dry goods buyers, who would combine eco?
nomy with good taeto.
Our stocks, in oach department, aro now
j complote..ami will boar comparison with any
in tho city. Wo challenge competition. Our
friends, and thc public, aro invited to call and
examine for themselves, when wo feel confi?
dant that the lowueaa of our prices, and
quality of our goods, will ensure their custom.
We quote below a few of our loaders:
TARTAN PLAIDS, in all matorial?; Silk
Poplins, Roubaix Poplina, Empress Cloths,
Merinos, Co mle t Cloths, Bombazine a, A1 pacas,
Delaines, Shawls, Cloaks and Fura, Blankets,
Flanels, Woolen Goods, Gloves, HoBiery.
S MALL WARES.
An unequaled line of Domestic Goods, Tablo
Linens, Towels, Dolleys, Diapera, Bcd Ticks.
We would call anecial attention to our
Goui*a Furnishing Department, consisting of
Dress Shirts, Under-clothing, English and
French Caseimerea, Domestic Caeaimeres,
Tweeds, Tubby Velvets, Joana, etc.
Sept 28 3mo_PORTER A STEELE.
" Fresh Crackers.
JfUST received, a eupply of fresh CRACK
I ERS, BISCUIT8, Ac, conaiating of
For?ale by_J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Medical College of Georgia,
THE COURSE OF LECTURES in this Insti .
tutioti will ho commenced cu tho FIRST
I MONDAY in November, 7th.
Full Course.. ..$105
Matriculation (taken once)... .'. . 5
Practical Anatomy. JO
Oct 8 sw 1 L. A. PUPAS, M. P., Dean.
ORCHARD ORA8S SEEP, Herd's Grasa
Seed. Red Clover Seed, While Clover
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