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recreating Foreign Intelligence.
LONDON. ?otober ?2.-The twenty-five
b?rrela of gun-powder lately seized Qt a
Fenian store in Ireland, were taken to
Woolwich, opened, and found to con?
tain, lucifer matones and nails in consi?
derable quantities, mixed through tho
Eowder. All wore placed on an old
arge and sunk in the river. The pa?
pers to-doy publish reports made by de?
serters from Metz, to the effect that Ba?
zaine was dead, and that Cur robert was
iu command, and that hunger and pesti?
lence prevailed in the city. The stories
were generally discredited. At Berlin,
tho capitulation of Bazaine was hourly
expected. It now seems that the over?
tures ho recently made, looking to a sur?
render, referred only to tho troops which
had refuged at Metz, and not to the gar?
rison or oity. Bourbaki hus commenced
operations in the North.
Greenock, captain of thc steamer
Rosa, which arrived here to-day, reports
having passed through much wrecked
matter off the Northern const of Ire?
land. Among the debris were portions
of tho oargo of the Cambria and frag?
ments of her small boats.
Prof. Moir died at Edinburgh to-day.
TOURS, October 22.-The Prussians
are marching on Amiens in two columns.
The Prussians attacked Vernon, neat
Rouen, cannonading it from tho oppo?
site aide of the river. Nothing official
from the armies at Orleans. A corres?
pondence received from Rouen, dated
the 18th. nnuounnes that the FrencL
have strongly fortified tho gap betweer
Mont Valerien and St. Denis by earth
works and expect soon to make strong
offensive movements. It is reported
that the Prussians occupying Orleans
ate committing such excesses that it ii
believed they are on the point of leaving
that place, and are determined to leavi
nothing to the inhabitants. The Prus
Binnu have been hastily sending towan
Par?a enormous quantities of cattle an<
sheep, and large supplies of forage
Instances of extreme cruelty by tb
Prussians towards the Franc-tireur
are related from all parts of tb
country, which make the latter des
perate, and determined to take n<
prisoners. Over thirty Prussian spies
arrested in different parts of France
were brought hero to-day. The sub
Prefect of St. Quentin has arrived here
having resigned his office because th
municipal authorities refused to defen
the town the second time in case of a
attack. The consequence of tho refus:
was the occupation of tho town by th
Prussians, who hold it now.
It is reported that the North Germa
sovereigns have been convoked at Ve:
sailles to declare King William Emperc
of Germany. A telegram to the Mat
chester Guardian, dated Toms, to-daj
says an armistice for a month has bee
agreed upon, in order that elections mti
MADRID, October 22.-The vomito
disappearing from Barcelona aud Al
Ono of the cousus euumerators
Providence, R. I., lint down iu his li
twins opposite the names of twochildre
and against the first ho designated Pr
vidence as the birth-place. The officie
in Washington scut the list back to ha
the deficiency accounted for. What th
wanted to know was where the other w
LON DON, October 23. - It is report
that England will offer direct iuterve
tion for au armistice, and that Ruglan
Italy and Austria are in perfect accord
VIENNA, October 23.-The Austri
governfnent, responding to tho rep:
sen tarions of England, urgently adi
cates an armistice at Tours and Vt
The free press denounces the war
intolerable and invokes th3 powers
TOURS, October 23.-It is understo
that Friday last England submitted h<
and at Berlin terms of nn nrmisti
Great hopes are entertained of the rest
Thiers waits here a safe conduct
Paris from tho Prussians.
LONDON, October 21.-The army
vesting Paris has appropriated a da
pay-amounting to about 500,000 thal
-to tho sick and wounded Germans,
is rumored that the French captai
three largo Germau steamers.
There is no evidence that Napoh
has accumulated a vast private fortu
The Standard notices viciously 1
marck's attention to everything Amt
can, to tho neglect of everj-thiug E
lish. Tho Telegraph is confident that
proposed French loan will be enge
It is rumored while Russia withhc
co-operation with England, Austria i
Italy in peace negotiations, she is ant
independently but energetically in
FLORENCE, October 24,-The Opin
referring to the proposed armistico, t
Franco will doubtless agree to tho
mantloment of Metz and Strasburg,
tho payment of 80,000,000 sterling
preliminary to peace, but Prussia in*
upon tho cession of Alsace and 1
TOURS, October 21.-Keratry has f
Tho Bauk o? Franco ia now looatet
Bordeaux, where it will remain du
Over 100,000 National Guards
sponded to Trochu's call for sortie vc
leers. Tho PrussianB entered Na
and Lontcmux evacuated Meting
Beagony. The fire from tho Paris
coutiunes to destroy tho Prussian w<
Thc Prussians have established the
parallel within 600 paces of tho Fr
works at Scheistadt. Tho Prnssiam
cupy Chartres, and aro concentratii
Bazaiuo, on leaving Metz, procla
tho Priuco Imperial Emperor
Eugenio a? Regent. It is added tha
solution depends absolutely upon ]
William's acceptance. The propos
was insisted upon by the powers,
the cession of Alsaoo rdaeiWo d?termlt?ed j
by its people. The project also involves
the dismantlement of the fortresses in
Eastern Franco. It ia. rumored that |
Prussia objecta to the plebiscite in Alsace.
The powers will compel Prussia's with?
drawal from France.
TOURS, October 24.--Some journals
give particulars of alleged assassinations
at the capturo of Soissona. Soldiers j
were shot down in the woods and killed
in cold blood. Government has asked
an explanation with a view to retaliation.
A despatch from lion ou says men, wo?
men and children have risen against
the Prussians. The Prussians aro pre?
paring to besiege Laferto. Stubiu re?
treated suddenly towards Laon. It is
reported that the Prussians were defeat?
ed with heavy loss in the neighborhood,
and the troops wero hastily withdrawn
to reinforce the defeated army.
BERLIN, October 24.-Tho Westphalia
and Cambria, of the Hamburg lino, havo
arrived. They saw no cruisers. The
French fleet seems to bave withdrawn to
Havre and other French harbors.
American A fruits.
NEW YORK, October 23.-Counterfeit
tens of the First National Bank of
Poughkeepsie are circulating.
A grand jury for finding indictments
under the election laws has been empan
neled. Among those summoned are
Wm. B. Astor, R. L. Stewart, A. T.
Stewart, tho President of tho Union
League Club, and other prominent peo?
The N?w York Chamber of Commerce
has appointed a standing committco to
act with tho Storm Signal Corps of the
War Department. The Chamber ten?
ders any ussistanco in its power.
WASHINGTON, October 23.-The Secre?
tary of State has notified the representa?
tives of Spain and South American re?
publics that u convention for tho adjust?
ment of their difficulties will meet ucxt
NEW YORK, Ootober 23-Mid-night.
The cotton movement for the week
showB the marked inorease of receipts at
all the ports for the week have been
82,428 bales, against 76,704 bales last
week, 68,949 bales the previous week,
and 55,672 bales for three weeks since;
total receipts of cotton this year has
been 351,090 bales, against 372,774 bales
last year; exports from all ports for the
week have been 399,074 bales, against
35,681 bales last year; total exports for
this year 114,477 bales, against 117,860
bales last year; stock at all ports for this
year havo been 204,911 bales, against
104,719 bales this date last* year; stocks
at interior towns for tho week 32,775
bales, against 2G.329 bales last week,
and 31,880 bales this dato last year;
stock in Liverpool this year 565,000
bales, against 434,000 bales last year;
amount of American cottou afloat for
Great Britain this year 31,01)0 bales,
against 33,100 bales last year; amonut of
Indian cotton afloat for Europa 360,500
bales, against 539,000 bales last year.
Advices from tho South geuerully report
favorable weather for picking, although
in some sections there has been frost, and
ou'.the coast there bas been severe storms.
The cotton market at this point has im?
proved during tho week, with a material
increase in transaction for future deli?
very. The cotton exchange in this city
is progressing finely now, and is re?
garded as a success.
WASHINGTON, October 23.-The Presi?
dent, Secretary of War and Secretary of
the Treasury, in replying to questions,
disavow having sold, kuowingly, to
Frauce or its agents any arms. Tho bid
of a known agent of Franco was refused.
These sales of arms aro in pursuance of
the policy before tho German war, and
the Government has no power to restrict
American citizens in tho disposition of
arms so purchased within tho neutrality
The Prussians have occupied St, Quen?
A despatch from Versailles claims that
thc recent sortie from Paris was repulsed.
WASHINGTON, October 24.-A corres?
pondent of the New York Tribune Rays
tho highest authority of tho British Go?
vernment has concluded that tho timo
had arrived for makiDg another effort at
an armistice. Count Bismarck favors
an armistice, for tho convocation of the
Constituent Assembly, but insists that
the armistice must involve an impracti?
cable basis for peace. There is but a
chance that tho present effort may pro?
duce a suspension of hostilities.
Tho World's special .says Gladstone
and Grauvillo spent tho whole day with
tho Prussian. Austrian and Italian Am?
bassadors and General Boyer, who came
recently from Metz. Boyer bad visited
Napoleon's secretary and tho Empress,
and reported that tho Emperor, Em?
press, King and Bismarck had agreed
upon a project of ponce, involving
6,000,000,OOO'f. in cattle, horses, grain,
wiuo aud oil to Prussia. There is to bo
no cession of territory, unless Alsace
votes for annexation.
CHARLESTON, October 24.-Arrived
steamships Charleston, New York; Sea
Gull, Baltimore; Clyde, Now York; Geor?
gia, New York; bark Hiram Lindder,
Boston; brig R. P. Gove, Liverpool.
WASHINGTON, October 24.-Mr. Davis
aud family aro at Barnum's.
NEW YORK, October 24.-The steamer
Key West, from New York for Charles?
ton, is ashore oil Cape Hatteras, in a
hopeless coudition. The crew aro all
safo. Arrived-steamer J. H. Brown,
from Mobile for Boston, leaking badly
and without saiUi.
FORTRESS MONROE, October 24. -Bat?
tery A, Fourth Artillery, wero relieved,
and loft here for Graham, N. C., this
MOBILE, October 24.-No deaths from
yellow fovor yesterday, tho first day's
escape since September 18. The re?
sponse to an appeal of the Can't Get
Away Club is so liberal it is thought fur?
ther contributions ure unnecessary.
LYNCHBURG, October 24.-The papers
to-morrow will contain a call from Gen.
Early for a conference of officers and
soldiers of the Confederate army', and
especially of rho nrmy of Northern Vir
S'nis, at Richmond, November 3, to take
eaaures for suitable memorial to Gen.
Loo. AU from Southern States who can
are invited to attond.
RICHMOND, October 24.-Grout ex?
citement all day caused by the sus?
pension of two Government banking
Tho Hollywood Memorial Association
havo resolved to recommend the fourth
Sunday in November as a day of mourn?
ing throughout tho South for General
FINANCIAL, AND COMMBRCIAL.
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 25.-Sales
of cotton yesterday 74 bales-middling
NEW YORK, October 2-4-Noon.
Flour a shado firmer. Wheat lc. better.
Corn drooping. Mees pork dull, at
26.00. Cottou excited, higher and
scarce-uplands 17; Orleans 17lo; saleB
2,000 bales. Freights firm. Stocks
heavy. Money 4@,5. Gold 12%. Ster?
ling- loug 8J?; short 9j.<. G2's 12%.
7 P. M.-Cotton higher-sales 3,000
bales; middlings 17j?&\ Flour-State
Western 5@10c. better; Southern 5.90@
G. GO. Wheat l@2o. better. Corn quiet
and lc. lower. Pork quiet. Lard dull
kettle lb??@16%. Whiskey heavy. Gold
11*.?@IL%. Money 5@6. Freights
13ALTIMORE, October 24.-Flour fairly
active and steady. Wheat active. Corn
dull and lower. Pork quiet, at 27.00.
Bacou quiet but iu good demand. Whis?
key quiet. Stock scarce, at 93@94.
Shoulders 15@15'.i. Cottou advanc?
ing-middling 17; suies 400 bales; re
receipts 125; stock 4,233.
ST. LOUIS, October 24.-Corn firm
choice white 60. Whiskey dull, at 88>?.
Hemp firm, at 2@2y? for ohoico un?
dressed. Bagging unchanged. Pro?
visions firm and scarce. Pork 25.00.
Shoulders 14; clear sides 20.
CINCINNATI, October 24.-Flour steady
-family 5.G0(V^5.80. Corn firm and
scarce-new 50(a}53; old 60. Mess pork
and lard quiet and unohauged. Bacon
firm and scarce-shoulders 14L4@14><;
clear sides 18j.<@19. Whiskey lower, at
GALVESTON, October 24.-Cotton
good ordinary 13^@14; sales 500 bales;
receipts 218; stock 7.9G4.
NEW ORLEANS, October 24.-Middling
cottou 15:.'.i; sales 4,700 bales; receipts
2,007: stock 52,278.
MOBILE, October 24.-Middling cotton
12? .i; sales 1,200 bales; receipts 3,087;
SAVANNAH, October 24.-Middling
15??@16; sales 1,500 bales; receipts
4,573; stock 49,354.
AUGUSTA, October 24.-Cotton ad?
vanced lc; sales 934 bales; receipts 962;
CHARLESTON, October 24.-Cotton
middlings 15J.?; sales GOO bales; receipts
2,415; stock 22,557.
LONDON, October 24-Noon.-Consols
92;'-J. Bonds 89J.f.
LIVERPOOL, October 24-Noon.-Cot?
ton opens buoyant-nplauds S?.?(??&J?',
LIVERPOOL, October 24-Evening.
Cotton closed active-uplands 9; Or?
leans D??; Bules 25,000 bules.
Radical progress iu tho manipulation
of Southern colleges is not illustrated in
North Caroliua alone. Mr. Holden's
ruinous work at Chappel Hill has a
companion picture in tho present condi?
tion of tho University of Alabama. lu
the latter institution, the nnmber of
pupils has been reduced to ten, five of
whom aro sons of tho Professors, so
called-men who aro neither competeut
nor respectable. Tho concern costs the
State 815,000, so that each .student costs
justs $1,500. This is progress.
Elizabeth, N. J., has been fearfully
excited over a supposed attempt to de?
stroy tho place. A mau was arrested,
and on his person was a letter from a
notorious villain in New York, who said
ho should soon bo at that place, and tho
first thiug ho did on arriving would bo to
"blow up Elizabeth." After swearing a
regiment of ,epeeial ofliccrs to guard tho
towu, it was found that the man's wife's
namo was Elizabeth, and sha was tho
corporation that was to bo blown np.
It is related that, soon after war was
declared, ono of Bismarck's friends said
to him: "But, my dear Count, only
think of tho fearful loss of life this war
is going to superiuiluco." "Ab, my
boy, this world, though 1,870 years old,
has not yet discovered tho art of making
au omelet without breakiug eggs!"
"It's mity curis," said airs. Partington to
Ike, while reading abuut thc impending war
in Europe, "that tho U odor horn creates such
an ado in Ynrrup, when it's sich a common
diseaso among tho enttlo iu Amenity." The
old lady, having delivered herself of the
abovo, took a doso of LIITMAN'S GREAT GKII
MAN BITTENS to cheer bur depressed spirits,
aud resumed her knitting.
Lippman's Hitters are lor sale by all drug?
gists sud dealers. Depot ill Columbia, H. C.,
at GEICEU SS MCQKEUOU'M, Druggists. S 18
Tun attention of the reader is respectfully
invited to tho advertisement of Bradfield ?V
Co., in another column. They aro undoubt?
edly Bulling tho best remedies out for the
diseases they are recommended for. UKAD
n ELD'S FEMALE ItEouLATon and Dr. PHUFUITT'S
CELEHHATED LIVEII MEDICINE, has certainly
cured more altlicted persons than any two
medicines of their ago. Try thom and bu
well, as those gentlemen guarantee Batisfac
ti?n or money refunded. A 7
A BEAUTIFUL THOUGHT.- It may bo truth?
fully said that thu greatest of all blessings is
health, for without it tho joys vouchsafed aro
turned to sorrow*. To all health is esaontial
for life's enjoyment and pursuits, to tho
young and old, to tho rich and poor. Aro you
in senrch of wealth? Health is necessary.
Do you desiro oflico and worldly honors
Of what avail would theso bo without health?
Tho boauttes of spring, tho song of birds, tho
deep bluo sky, tho rolling ocoan, all have a
gootiu fascination whioh charms only tho
?althy in mind and body; but to the sick
what are theso but mockories. Tho body dis
eased, tho mind sickly o'er with the saddest
of thoughts. Ohl that I may live to appro
elate the blessings of health. Thia rich boon
iu within thu teach of all. The remedy at hand
in Hnntw'ipQUEEN'S DELIGHT, tho health pa?
nacea. Now is the timo to try lt. A 2
? ...Daring tho uto-rea of Monday night,
thopropeller To wanda went down about
eight' miles from Buffalo.' It is not
known now many lives were lost.
On tbe morning of the 20th, by the Rev. Dr.
Reynolds, Mr. L. N. ZEALYto GEOBGE ANN,
second daughter of Qoorgo E. Isaacs, all of
this oity. No cards.
#*" Charleston Courier will please copy.
AYOUNO MAN, who thoroughly under?
stands tho Orocery business, will lind a
situation by applying at this ?frico. Oct 25
ACHOICE LOT of FURS, for Ladies and
Children, open this day, at
Oot 25 i(5 MRS. S. A. SMITH'S.
APAIR of GOLD SPECTACLES, which
tho owner can have by paying for thia
advertisement and a small roward to tho find?
er. Apply at Isaac Sulzhachor'a Jewelry
Sloro. Oct 25 1
PORK AND BEANS.
ONE barrel Family Fulton Market PORK.
Ono barrel Yankeo BEANS. Just receiv?
ed and for salo low for caah, at
Oct 25 1_Main Street.
pi ENTLEMEN with families, aiso single
vJ~ gentlemen, can bo accommodated with
good BOARD and ROOMS, (convenient to
Main Btroot.) in a private family, in this eily.
Apply at thia office. " Oct 25 2*
Eut aw Encampment, No. 2,1. 0. 0. F.
A REGULAR mcet
(TucBday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock. By order
of tho U. P. M. GOLDSMITH,
Oct 25 1_ Scribo.
ALL persons having claims against the
Luuatic Asylum, aud which havo not
already been presented, will please present
them at onco. Hereafter all billa against this
institution muat he presented monthly, on the
last day of tho mouth. J. F. ENSOR,
Oct 25 2 Superintendent and Physician.
Attention, Columbia Rifles.
YOUR Companvmcctu at Independent Fire
Engine Hall,at half-past 7 o'clock, THIS
EVENING, for Drill. Full attendance neces?
sary, as other important business will bo
transacted. R. O'NEALE, Ju., Captain.
W. R. CATHCART, Orderly Sergeant.
JUST arrived per steamer Championt from
New York, a select lot of aw eot ORANGES,
j Malaga LEMONS, largo White Head Cab?
bages, Onions, ealing Potatoes; aldo, an assort?
ment of Candies, English Nuts, Citron,
Spice*, etc., for Bale low hv
Oct 25 13*_Next Post Omeo.
A Desirable Store to Rent.
1HIE STORE ROOM, now occupied by
. Messrs. L?rick .V Lowrance as a hardware
I and grocery establishment, ia now offered for
rent. This is a very desirable stand, situated
on Main street in the midst of business, oppo?
site tho PnusNix office. Inquire of
E. H. HEINITSH,
j Oct IT) At the Dru, Store.
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA lt. R. CO.,
COLL'MUIA, S. C., October "Jj, LS7?.
FOR the accommodation of Visitors and
Delegates to the Fairs to be held at
Charleston, Columbia and Anderson, and to
tho Grand Lodge, A. F. M., at Charleston,
during tho month of November, this Compa?
ny will furnish FREE RETURN TRANSPOR?
TATION to Passengers ?rom ALL STATIONS
on this Road, for COLUMBIA, from October
28th to November 21st, inclusive, and for AN?
DERSON, from November 1st to 5th, inclu?
Tho privilege to return free will not bc al?
lowed to Passengers who tako tho trains at
Stations where Tickets aro sold, unless they
purchase Tickets from tho Agents.
JOHN il. MORE, Gen. Supt.
M. T. BARTLETT, General Ticket Ageut.
Oct 25 ?G
6$- Papers publishing by agreement will
please insert three times, weekly.
TUE Memories of Fifty Y'oars, containing
notices aud auocdotes of distinguished
Americans and remarkable men, Ac, by W.
H. Sparks. Price ?2.50.
Tout Lifo in Siberia and Adventures in
Kamsehatka and Northern Asia, by Kennan,
1 with a map. $1.50.
Ginger Snaps, by F.inny Fern. $1.50.
j Old Songs and Now, by tho authoress of
Paris in December, 1831; or, Coup d'Etat ol
Napoloon III, by Terr ,t, from tho thirteenth
French edition. $2 50.
Locke's Rationalism in Europe, in two vo?
Tho Lite ol General Nathaniel Green.
Tho Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth.
Also, a number of new novela, by Trollope
and other popular authors.
Also, new juvenile books from London, new
Chromos, Puintings, Ac. For sale at
BRYAN .v McCARTER'S Bookstore.
~~ FIRST IN MARKET.
New Hulled Buckwheat.
-| S\ BARRELS just to hand. For salo low
LVJ by GEORGE SYMMERS.
Gold and Silver Coin.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK buy and
sell GOLD and SILVER at a small mar?
gin. A. G. BRENIZER,
Oct 23 Cashier.
AMEETING of the SURVIVOR'S ASSO?
CIATION of Richland will bo held on
WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 12 o'clock m., in tho
Hall of tho Independent Pir? Company, lo
elect officers for tho ensuing year, appoint
Delegates to the State Association, and trans?
act other business of importance. A tull at?
tendance is requested.
WM. WALLACE, Vico-Prosident.
R. C. Syiynu, Secretary._Oct 22
ONE car-load well-broke YOUNG
MULES. Those in want of such, will
do well to call at Logan's Stables,
corner Assembly and Gervais streets.
Oct 21 W. S. A. J. M. TALBOTT.
Fish and Flesh.
PICKLED SHAD, No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
" SALMON, No. 1,
100 boxes Scaled HERRINGS,
Fulton Market Boef,
Extra Sugar-cured Hams,
" - . " Bacon Strips.
For sale bv GEO. SYMMERS.
Call carly "and ofleu. Oc t 21
Boo?s ojia Bhoefl. 1
,4 FEW more Wf>, And win bo disponed of
J\. at coat prices, at J. SULZBAOHER'B.
Oct 23 _
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK is now
prepared to draw directly on all the pro?
minent placos in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
ami tho Orient,
and will furnish dratta at Now York rates.
Oct 23_A. G. BBENIZEB, Cashier.
TO suit all, at reasonable prices, at
Oct 23 J. SULZllACHEB'S.
THEATRE-J ANNEY'S HALL.
W. M.HOLLAND.Loasoo and Manager.
JOS. McABDLE.Business Manager.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 and 29,
Tho Grett Tragedian,
TT7TLL appear, supported hvMias LILLIE.
V? Mr. W. HABEIS, and W. M. HOL?
LAND'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.
Saturday Evening.KING LEAR.
GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY AFTER?
NOON, October 29, on which occasion Miss
EFFIE JOHNS will appear.
BR" Admission il; Resorved Scala $1.50.
Tickota for aale at Sulzbacher's Jewelry Store.
Oct 22 7 F. C. WELLS, Agent.
OF all styles, to bo had cheap, at
_Oct 23_J. SULZdACHER'S.
C. F, JACKSON
IS now prepared to exhibit to tho ladies a
handsome aBSOrtmout of
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, ARABS,
Of the latest styles.
VELVETEEN FOR CLOAKS,
In BLACK, ROYAL PURPLE and WHITE.
CALL at J. SULZBACHER'S and see.
11UE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK would
. call the attention of the public to the fact
that they arc transact in g a GENERAL BANK?
ING BUSINESS, and extend the usual accom?
modations to business men and others, who
favor them with their accounts.
Oct 23 _A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
S. W. TOUTER. R. St. STEELE.
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A full and choice lot of
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
We oller our Goods at low Cotton ?lgures.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct 21_Columbia. S C.
C. D. EBERHARD!,
Washington ulric!, near Main,
BEGS to inform his patrons and citizens
generally that ho has received the latest
PATTERNS for gentlemen's fall and
winter garments. He has alwo a beauti?
ful assortment of GOODS, of various grades,
in tho way of CLOTHS, CASSlMEEES anil
VESTINGS, which will bo made np at short
notice, in tho very best manner.
Ho is Agent for the .ETNA SEWING MA?
CHINE, which ia in uso by several families in
thia city, and who express themselves highly
"roti!icd at itu onen* I ion. ?-ad?es and heads
of families genorally are invited to call and
seo.___ _Oct 10
TORN and defaced GREENBACKS, NA?
TIONAL BANK MONLY and FRAC?
TIONAL CURRENCY bought at a small dis?
count at THE CITIZENS'SAVINGS BANK.
Oct 23 A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
Hams and Eacon Strips,
?fl /"V/"V NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
JLVJ 1,000 lbs. new Sugar-cured Break?
fast Strips, just received and for salo by
oct 7 __Jjjt 'i-IV-A0^1^'
Carolina Indigo. .??
~ r\f\ LBS. PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
OUU on hand and for sale low at wholesale
ami retail._J. AT. lt. AGNEW.
IBSON'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
VJT Bye WHISKEYS "thepurest awl best in
market." Also, a full stock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, o? all grades, always on hand
and for salo by_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
ITU FT Y boxea GOSHEN and NEW YORK
1 SIM PE CHEESE, for sale low by
Oct 0 _ EDWARD HOPE.
California Seed Oats.
ZLf\f\ BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
OUU SEED OATS, for sale by p
Oct'J EDWARD HOPE.
Corn, Bacon, Eic.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SOTT.
THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, 25th, in our Auc?
tion Room, at half-past 9 o'clock, we will
sell, without reserve: . ,
700 bushels mixed, whito and yellow CORN.
3 hbds. smoked BACON.
5 boxes D. 8. Bacon SIDES.
12 boxes family washing SOAP.
20 boxes Dairy and State CHEESE.
20 boxos Adamantine CANDLES.
10 bbls. MOLASSES, etc., etc.
Conditions-Cash. Oct 26
?Bolted Corn Meal.
OK BARRELS, in fino order, for sale by
ZO Sont '_EDW?RD HOPE.
A LARGE and well selected stock, at low
iL figures, at J. BULZBACHER'S.
Mackerel I Mackerel ! !
CHOICE NEW MACKEREL,'in Barrels, in
Half Barrels, in Quarter Barrels, in Kits,
and also at retail, just received and for salo b v
Sept 13_J. Az T. R. AGNEW.
JS .H IC II V'S UNIVERSAL
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well known throughout
tho South, need uo comment. In stvle of
workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with the samo amount of
power, is unequaled. R. TOZER, Agent,
August 2 Columbia. S. C.
: 250 SAW :
: 245 SAW jj
240 SAW GINS, warra?ted. in. :
: quality second to none Oh the :
: continent, just received and for :
: salo VEU.Y LOW. ;
: Oct 9 L?RICK & LOWRANCE. :
ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
.OUU on tho Edisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
HOTJ8E and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 Hourn: in this city, (5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-?3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
vj?? THE susoribor is now lu receipt Of bis
)B|FALL and WINTER STOCK, consisting
(Hf nf CLOTHS, CAS3IMEBES and VE8T
? UU,ING8 of the very latest style and pat?
terns, which haB been carefully selected hy
himself, and invites the public to call and ex?
amino tho same, as ho has one ot the finest
assortments of goods in his line that ever carno
to this market. Have also on hand ? oplon
did assortment of the STAR SHIRTS, tome
of them the finest ever manufactured.
Sept 24_J. F. EI8ENMANN.
HAVING just returned from a visit to the
North, I can recommend the following
TEAS, of my own solection. NEW CHOP, per
Pacific Railroad, and only FOBTV DAYS from
China and Japan:
Choicoat MOYUNE GUN-POWDER.
Choicest Mojune HYSON.
Fiucst Uncolored JAPAN.
Choicest "TRUE" SCHOUCHONG.
Finest Oolong "CRAGIE TEA."
These, with others, comprise the best
assortment that can bo offered in any market,
and having been bought at recent reduction
in gold value, aro in every way worthy tho
attention ot' economical purchasers.
Oct 8_GEO. 8YMMER8.
^ THAT Valuablo Tract of LAND, Iving
Hjon tho B.trhamrillc Road and tho Char
?Llotto Railroad, about 1} miles from tho
cityof Columbia, containing twenty-one acres,
more or less, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country residenco, a mont 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 vegetable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween ibo two branches which forms the
stream flowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of thc name soil on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to thc aero. Possession given ou the 1st
of January next. For further particulars,
npplv at this ofiice, or to
L. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 3roo _Orangoburg, 8. C.
TUE second annual FAIR of the South
Carolina Stats Agricultural and Mechani?
cal Society, will bc held in Colombia, on the
'Jth, 10th and 11th of Novembor, next.
All articles intended for exhibition, plainly
addressed to tho Secretary, at Columbia, will
bc shipped by tho various railroads of the
State free of cost, at thc shipper's risk. Exhi?
bitors should notify tho railroad agents at
then- respective depots of tho articles they
desire to ship.
Visitors, during fair week, can purchase ex?
cursion tickets to and from Columbia for one
Persons intending to become exhibitors, are
desired to forward their entries to the Secre?
tary, at Columbia, on and after the 4th No?
vember next. All articles or animals for exhi?
bition must bo entered at tho Secretary's
otlico before being received into tho enclosure.
Kn trien of animals will bo received until 0
o'clock, Wednesday morning, 9th Novembor.
Ali other articles must bu uu thc ground, anet
entered at tho Secretary's ofllco, before 5
o'clock, Tncsday afternoon, 8th November.
The Secretary's offico will bo opened in Co?
lumbia on uuel alter tho 4th November, next.
D. WYATT AIKEN,
Oct 20 ii Secretary.
??" All tho papers of tho Stato will copy
once, and forward bills to tho Secretary, at
Columbia, during fair week.
PENED THIS DAY, one of thc most beau?
tiful stocks of
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
Ever shown in this market.
In Dress Goods,
Wc lead the market this season, both in
STYLE and PRICE.
Has boen bought on a "LOW RULING
BASIS" with Cotton, and WO propose to give
tho advantage gained by us to "TUE ces
TUMERS." . , .-,,
Nothing has contributed to budd np our
EXTENSIVE and still increasing business more
than" our systematic "LOW PRICES" and
satisfactory stylo uf business. All Goods aro
guaranteed as represented.
Tho REST GOODS sold for the ' LOWEST
Weare A*?onH for tho EMPIRE SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE," ono of tho best.
XV. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Ilotcl Building, Main street.
W. 1>. LOVE.
P.. Ii. McCnr.rr.v. Oct ?)