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,. November' 24: -Tho North
rliQ??b?t opo?cil to-?ay. The
>?>d*Hi?red fey- ootatoleslon,
?,:tbe ifplon^twn. qf the war
ncod?ol, aa o, moona to bring it to an end,
and de'o?area it baa drawn Gorman unity
olo30ri hopey that negotiation* with the
Southern Slatoa will be considered im
med?oto?yv and closes with general eon
Salutations pod a fervent appeal tc God's
FLOBBNOE, November 24.-Gen. Ma?
nobra ?caVea for Vienna soon, as Ambas?
No answer has been returned by the
Italian Govornment to Russia's note.
LONDON, November 25.-The Germans
deny that the French prisoners are re?
fused tho consolations of their religion.
Tho .bombardment at Thionville, last
night, waa furious. The business part of
tho town Was inflames. The villages in
the vicinity have been burned.
AMIENS, November 25.-The Prussian
odvanbe,between Domar t and Beancourt,
hava bonn, driven back to Baye. The
French loss waa slight.
MADRID, November 25.-The total and
immediate abolition of slavery in Oahu is
again agitated in the Spanish Presse.
VERSAILLES, Novombor 25.-The treaty
uniting Bavaria with the North German
Confederation hos been signed.
WASHINGTON, November 25.-It wai
erroneously stated that the Eighth In fun
try has been ordered to Georgia. Gen.
Halleok has been ordered to mako such
disposition of troops now in the South
as may be necessary.
ST. PETERSHUBO, November 25.-The
press of thia oity was to-day officially
warned against supporting France or un?
favorably criticizing Germany. The in?
terests of Germany aro now identified
The London Times editorially inti
mates that Russia will be firm, without
closing the door to negotiation-an atti?
tude which England will imitate. The
Times estimates that there are 200,000
Germans in the valley of the Loire.
The Prussians wore defeated in an at?
tempt to capture a train at St. Quentin.
Movements looking to the concentra?
tion of the German armies continue. In
the North of Franco large bodies are
marching South to take positions around
Paris anc near Orleans. The troops ope?
rating ar. ind Rocroy, Rumigy and Mo
zieres have suddenly departed South?
ward. Several Prussian divisions passed
Soissons towards Amiens early in the
week, and others are to follow. It is re?
ported' that Gen. Manteuffel, leaving
Amiens to-night, will march on Rouen.
Mantenffel's headquarters are still at
Tho final surrender of Thionville oc?
curred this morning, the town having
been barning since Tuesday. The Prus?
sians repulsed the Mobile Guard near
Legresnel. . The French fled disorderly.
The Dake of Mecklenburg urges the
immediate advanoe of the army of the
Loire; Skirmishes have occurred be
tween the outposts at Neuville and Me
zieres, in the department of Loire.
LONDON, November 25-5 o'clock.
The feeling in finanoial circles at this
hoar ?may fairly be called panicky.
Securities closed lower, but withont
corresponding advance in breadstuffs,
Uneasiness pervades thc entire business
community. There is no doubt the
Russian Government is very firm in her
Later China news is more pacific.
It is rumored that John Bright has
resigned the Presidency of the Board of
Robert Wright & Co., chain and
anchor-makers, havo failed, which caused
The Duchess Aosta hus just given
birth to a son.
VIENNA, November 25.-The journals
all applaud the firmness of tho "red
book," whioh has just appeared on tho
Toons, November 25.-Heavy cannon
oding was heard yesterday ut Orleans, in
the direction of Athenay. It is reported
that the engagement was favorable to the
French. No official particulars. The
Prussians are reported near Verdome.
Bourbaki declines the command of the
VERSAILLES, via BERLIN, November
25.-The forts around Paris have been
silent for the past three days. Tho wea
thor continues bad for military opera
FLORENCE, November 25.-Tho Pope'i
enoyolioal, which was recently printed in
Geneva, has been posted in prominent
places in Rome. The journal of Rome
which printed the encyclical was prompt
ly seized by the Italian Government.
Tho Italian artillery is to be increased at
NEW YORK, November 25.-The World
has a special from London, that tho Ca?
binet culminated to-day. This morning,
Earl Granville went to Windsor, to in?
form the Queen of the impossibility of
carrying on the Government with the
Cabinet so irreconcilably divided as to
the policy to pursue toward Russia. His
resignation will upset tho Ministry. A
dissolution of the Cabinet can scarcely
CHARLESTON, November 25.-Arrived
steamship J. W. Everman, Philadelphia.
BOSTON, November 24.-Among his
temptations to war. Butler said, I can?
not but recall the truth that our South?
ern brethren, many of tho best and
bravest among those who fought against
the Government with vain attempt to
rid themselves of the glorious memory
of its history, longing to fight once
moro under tho starry folds of tho old
flag. Give tho privilege to the bravo
sons of the South to defend their coun
try again in a foreign war, and ospe
cially in one with Great Britain, not loved
by them any moro than by us, and it
would bring ns together again, uniting
us with one flag, ono country, and oue
tlcitiny. Insomuch is this re-union tho
febpe ot p??r?wK*r .?no fool* to
ochiovo thia would bo ^bB? all tbs lou
HAV Ali A. November 25.-Thc now? of
AoBta's election was quietly bat 'favora?
WILMINGTON, N. C., November 25.
The ship Persia is still aground Oa Fry?
ing Pan Shoals. The cargo consists of
3,800 bales ootton. There in a heavy
gale off the ooast.
Nsw ORLEANS, November 25.-A heavy
STAUNTON, VA., November 25.-There
bas been a snow storm all day.
NEW ORLEANS, November 25.-The
trial of the Donaldsonville rioters com?
menced before Commissioner Walker.
It will last a week. The fall meeting of
tho M?tairie races commence to-morrow.
WASHINGTON, November 25.-The
steamer Powhattan has boen ordered to
be repaired immediately.
The Star says advioes to the Republi?
cans from Georgia are that they are very
confident, and claim the "Legislature and
all but one Congressman in tbe delega?
tion of the Forty-first Congross.
FORTRESS MONROE, November 25. -A
heavy North-east storm prevails.
MONTGOMERY, November 25.-The
official count of tho late election will be
made to-morrow. Tho installation of
the new officers will take place next
week. Both Houses wore organized
to-day, and tho Governor's message will
be read to-morrow.
GENERAL LEE'S KINDNESS AND LIBE?
RALITY.-Biographers and nowspnper |
obituary* writers have united in ascribing
to General Robert E. Leo the best quali?
ties of heart aud mind. A Cincinnati
paper relates the following nuccdoto of
the deceased, which does him honor:
"One daw, last autumn, thc writer saw
General Lee standing in his gate, talking
pleasantly to au humbly-clad man, who
seemed very much pleased at tho cordial
courtesy of the great chieftain, and
turned off, evidently delighted, as we
came up. After exchanging salutations,
tho General said, pointing to tho retreat?
ing form, 'That is ono of our old sol?
diers, who is in necessitous circum?
stances. ' I took it for granted that it
was some veterau Confederate, wheu the
noble-hearted chieftain quietly added,
'Ho fought on the other ?ide, but wo
must uot think of that.' I afterwards
ascertained-not from General Lee, for
be never alluded to his charities-that he
had uot ouly spoken kindly to this 'old
soldier' who had 'fought on the other
side,' but had sent him on his way re?
joicing in a liberal contribution to his
AN "INFERNAL MACHINE."-It seems
that the approved implements of modern
warfare do not destroy human life rapidly
enough; BO an English inventor offers
steam murder-machines as a new inven?
tion. The invention will, it is snid, do
away with all necessity for powder and
also for horses to drag the machines,
since tho projectiles will be discharged
by steam and propelled by the samo
motor. Since steam engines can now
travel upon common roads, and in fact,
upou no roads at all, tho dream of tho
inventor does not seem impossible of
realization. He claims that an auxiliary
steam array may be organized, repre?
senting a bullet-throwing power of 500,
300 mon and worked aud controlled by
2,000 or 3,000 engineers only.
A SPECK OF WAR.-Governor Vaughn,
af Utah, yesterday, ordered the arrest of
several ohioans of tho Mormon militia,
[or arming and drilling in violation of the
lato Governor Shaeffer's proclamation,
md engaging in rebellion against the
United States under tho act of Congress,
af 1802. The saints contend tho Con?
stitution of tho United States guarantees
tho right of the people to bear arms, and
that tho action of the Federal officials in
sndeavoring to destroy the Mormon ali?
dia organization is consequently both
Ilegal and unjustifiable.
BF.ARS IN WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY.
Tho Kingstree Star says a negro was ou
minting "possums" a few nights ago, i
the lower part of that County, on th
tanteo River, when his dog trued two
jears, the mother and her cub. They
?vere both shot and killed. These an
nais are more numerous in this section
than they have beeu for a number of
FIRE IN CAMDEN.-Wo learn that on
sst Thursday night, the 17th, a fire oe
uirred in Camden, which resulted iu th
lestriiction of two dwelling-houses an
,he building of the old Branch Bank of
?he State of South Carolina. The origi
)f the fire is not known. It commonced
u one of the dwellings, both of which
vero occupied at the time.
Mary Buchanan, four years of ago,
laughter of Capt. George M. Buchanan,
>f Holly Springs, Mississippi, was burn
id to death on the 12th. She was at
empting to reach a vase of flowers on
ho mantel-piece, when her dress caught
ire from the grate.
Miss Adelaide S. Martin hos been ap?
pointed postmistress at Mar's Bluff,
Marion County, vice Mrs. A. M. Wil
A NEGLECTED Couon, COLD OB Sons THROAT,
vhicli might be chocked by a simplo remedy,
iko " Brown?* Bronchial Tiochen," if allowed
o progress, may terminate seriously. For
bronchitis. Asthma. Catarrh and Conaump
ivo Coughs, "The Troches" are used with ad?
vantage, giving often times ?inmediato relief,
lingers and publio speakers will find thom
dso excellent to clear tho voice and ronder
Lrticnlaliou wonderfully easy. N 20 1
"lt's raity curis," said Mrs. Partington to
Iko, while roading about tho impending war
n Kunine, "that tho Hollerhorn creates such
in ado 'in Yurrup, when it's sieh a common
liseaso among the cattle in Amer,ky." The
>ld lady, having delivered herself of the
lbovo, took a doso of LIPFMAN'S OH KAT OBB
?AN BITTEHS to cheer her depressed spirits,
ind renamed her knitting.
Lippman's hitters aro for salo by all drug
glstci and dealors. Depot in Columbia. H. C.,
*t OrxcEn ? McQnEoou's, Druggists. 8 18
Pure Kentucky Belle Bbnrbou Wki?
key, at POLLOCK'S. ' '
CJOJUUM?UA, ?, D., November 126. ^-Sol?a
of cotton yesterday 185 beles-fiddlings
HMo. IH M j .vtelrti ll ?ff * :
N?w Y OBX, November 25-Noon.
Floor dall and auch an ged. Wheat quiet
and unsettled. Corn ooaree and firm.
Pork heavy-mees email@example.com. Lard
i nao ti ve. Cotton easier-uplands 16??;
Orleans 16%; sales 1,600 bales. Tor?
peotino ?@45J?. Rosin firstname.lastname@example.org.
rreiguia quiet. Stocks steady. Gold
11%. Money 4@5. Sterling-long 9%;
short 10. 62's 1%.
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy, at i?c. de?
cline; sales 4,000 bales-uplands 16,%.
Flour-Statu and Western without de?
cided ohange; Southern dull. Wheat a
shade firmer and in export demand.
Corn active and l@2o. better-now 88@
00; old 90@94. Beet in moderate de?
mand-plain email@example.com; extra 15.00
@18.00. Pork firmer-new firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lard quiet and steady. Whiskey more
active, at 89(aJ90. Freights unchanged.
Money easy, at 4@6. Sterling 9% (3)9%.
Gold 12. Government'? Btoady. Ten?
nessee's 59%; new 57%; Virginia G's 60
@65; new 62(3)64; Louisiana's 72%;
levee's 72; Georgia's 80; North Caroli?
na's 472-1 ; new 24%.
BOSTON, November 25.-Colton dull
middlings 16%; sales 300 bales; receipts
BALTIMORE, November 25.-Flour dull
und irregular. Wheat dull. Corn active
and firm-whito 80(3)82; yellow 83.
Pork firm. Bucon in fair demand aud
scarce; no shoulders in market. Whis?
key 90. Cotton opened firm, but closed
easy-middling 16; sales 920; receipts
1,400; exports 485; stock 6,125; receipts
of tiie week 1,425; sales of the week
ST. LOUIS, November 25.-Flour quiet
-superflue 4.25. Coru firmer-new
whito 58@G0. Whiskey firmer, nt 85.
Bagging unchanged. Provisions dull.
Clear sides 17. Lard lower-prime
CINCINNATI, November 25.- Flour
and wheat dull and drooping. Corn
advancing and excited. Mess pork dull
and noiuiual, nt 19(3)19%. Lard dull aud
drooping-steam ll .^(/fUl%; kettle 12%.
Whiskey excited and higher-84(3)85.
CHARLESTON, November 25.-Cotton
quiet-middlings 15'.?@15;kj; sales 500
bales; receipts 4,160; exports to Great.
Britain 2,296; constwise 1,893; stock
26,359; receipts of the week 12,950; ex?
ports 13,043; sales of the week 5,500.
AUGUSTA, November 25.-Cotton mar?
ket opened with good demand, but
closed quiet, at 14r,? for middling; sales
1,500 bales; receipts 760.
SAVANNAH, November 25.-Cotton
in fair demand-middling* 15-^@15\.i;
sales 1,700 bales; receipts 7,536; stock
69,485; receipts of i he week 28,664;
sales of the week 110,002.
MOBUJB, November 25.-Colton dull
and uoiniual-middlings 14%; sales
4,045 bales; receipts 3,305; stock 49,697;
receipts of tho week 12.297; sales of the
NEW ORLEANS, November 25.-Cotton
quiet and firm-middlings 15l.?@15^.(;
sales 5,800 bales; receipts 14,240; stock
107,804; receipts of the week 38,485;
sales of tho week 39,500. Flour dull
superfine 4 85(3 5.00; double 5.50; treble
5.75(^6.00. Corn-white 75. Pork dull
-mess offering nt 23.00, but no buyers.
Bacou 13; no sides; sugar-cured hams
22(3>25. Sugar-primo 10%. Molasses
-primo 63(364. Whiskey - Western
rectified 91(3,1.00. Coffee-primo 17%@
GALVESTON, November 25.-Cotton
steady aud iu fair demand-good ordi
uary 13%; sales 2,200 bales; receipts
1,947; stock 22,538; receipts of the
week 6,349; sales of the week 5,300.
LONDON, November 25-Noon.-Con?
sols 92%(3}92%. Bonds 88. American's
LIVERPOOL, November 25-3 P. M.
Cotton quiet-uplands 9%(3)9%; Orleans
V%("?\i;sales 10,000 bales; week 98,000;
exports 18,000; speculation 12,000; stock
374,000, of which American is 38,000;
receipts of the week 50,000, whereof
American is 23,000; stock afloat 347,000,
228,000 of which is American. Yarns
and fabrics at Manchester steady.
LONDON, November 25-Evening.
COUBOIS 92.'J. Bonds 87%.
LIVERPOOL, November 25-Evening.
Cotton flat-uplands 9%@9%; Orleaus
Dj5?@9'.?; sales 10,000 bales; speculation
aud export 2,000.
WIIOL.KSAL.U ?MIK KS CUKUKNT.
OOSIiECTEU WEEKLY BY THE HOAIII) OF TH AUK.
APPLES, tyuuT? u??2uu ? MOLASSES,Tmua,y5?5u
UAUOI.NO.25?35 . NuwOrl'ns !>U?1 00
HALE ROPE, Manil,?2ti : Sugar H'so..70? 1 10
N.Y.orWes$*It> 8?12 ' NAILS, ty keg? 50?6 00
BUTTEB, North. 40?50 j ONIONS.tybuBl75@2 00
Country, \A 1I>.25?35 ! OiL,Kerosouo,g45?50
BACON. Hams. ..24?28 Machinery. .7501 00
Sides, ff? lb..Hkg'jO SPECIE, Gold @1 io
Shoulders... 14?16 Silver. ?105
CANDLES, 8porm4O?70 POTAT'S, Irisl 00?2 00
Adamantine hM8?20 Sweet, bus 71X31)0
VOTTON YARNI 30(0)1 -10 I RICE, Carolinalb 8^1.9
JoTTON.StrictMd.. 14.? . SuoT.tybag. 2 50?2 55
Middling. lil SAi.T,Livcrp.2 20?2 25
Low Midl'g,_134 i SOAP, tytb,.8? ?
Quod Ordnv,12j?13 ' SI-HUTS, Alcohol,gl7 50
Ordinary..!.114 Brandy . .4 00@12 00
JUEESE, E.D.lb. 20@2;> Oin.2 00@7 5Q
p'actory.16023 I Rum.2 00?7 10
COFFEE, Rio, $10,20? 25 I Whiskoy... 135? 4 00
Laguayra_24?20 ; SUQAH, Crus A Plt??l?0
Java.80?33 . Brown.12@00
5*Loon, Co. 700?10 00l STABCH, %}lb... JU? 10
Northern.700?11 00 i TEA, Green tt>100?2 00
J KAIN, Corn 1 05? 1 20 I Black.1 00? 1 10
Wheat_1 40? 1 50 I TOBACCO, Chw.C0@l 00
Oats. 75?90 | Smoking,lb..50@l 00
Poa?.1 05?1 5 VINEOAU, \Vino,.GO?50
I AY, Nortli, %iowt.2 00 I Pronch_ @1 70
IiOEs.?ry, %ilbl2?? lfc ' WINE, Cham. 25@30 00
Groon.?81 Port, tygal 3 00?5 80
LABU, i#Ib.l'J?22 Sherry....3 50?G 00
LIMF., ty bbl. 2 G55?2 75 i Madeira.. .2 50?5 70
"On, IT IS NOTHINOI"-Only a slight cold
ind cough. A few days pa*s away. Thoro is
irape on tho door." What is tho matter?
Death! Only a slight cold! Will death not
3 tart lo you from the delusivo slumber that
"only a oough" will not harm you? Boware,
ind take he.odl every da>'u experience refutes
Ibis fallioious argument. A cold, a cough
neglected, i-; a sure precursor of consumption.
S?hilo jon u?vo time, see to it. that you no
longer neglect a slight cold, aud go at onco
?nd. buy a Uottlo., pf .Stanley's Groat Cough
flumed vv 'Prepared by HEINITUU, at his Drug
Store. N IT
8TIMATKS vrill be rebel voe! at tho offlo?
JEJ of tho Chirk or mo Donato until MON?
DAY, for printing tho Curront Work o? tho
Senate. J, WOODBUFP,
WOT 26 a _ dork of Senate.
Colombia Typ ographical Union, Bo. 34.
THE recular monthly meeting of this Union
will ho bold in the Hall of tho Palmotto
Fire Company, THIS (Saturday) EVENING,
at 7 o'clock. M cm l)e rn will pleaaobo pnnotual
in attondanco. By ordor of tho Preaident.
W. W. FARROW,
Nov 2G 1_Secretary and Troanqrer.
Choice Malaga Grapes,
WEST India and Florida ORANGES,
^sygpCocoanuts, Lemons and other foroign
FRUITS, always kept on hand, as well
as an asaortmont nf DOMESTIC FRUIT and
PRODUCE. W. D. SCHOENBERG,
Succeaet r to J. J. Lee A Brother,
'Corner Washington and ?ssombly streets.
Nov 26 8?_
?fo S) fr REWARD will be paid for the ap
yp&?j prohension of the thief who broke
into my h olmo, at Whitlock's Steam Mill, on
the night of the 24th inst., and stole there?
from aundry articles, among which was a
Double-barrel Shot-gun and Poach, a Colt's
Navy Revolver, and aSatin Maaonio Apron and
Sash, with gilt edges and trimmings, with
namo of J. C. Stephone marked on inner side.
A proportionate amount will bo paid for tho
rocoTery of any of tho articles.
JAMES N. JONES,
Whitlock's Steam Mill, G. <fc C. R. R.
Nov 26 3 _
?, FOR HALE, a pood SADDLE
TOftr|UORSE. Auplv at thia omeo.
<T/1* Nov 20
WANTED, a BOY to run errands. Apply
_ at j-kis omeo. Nov 23
STOCKS, BONDS anti COUPONS bought
and Bold by D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
Nov 23 finio
Oi.i> BANK ?51 Li Ls and MVTlttATKD
CVRHKNOY bought and sold by
Nov 23 (imo D. GAM "KILL, Broker.
pr/\ BAOS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
Ol / dealers bv EDWARD HOPE.
Notice to Families.
f_~\ FAMILIES can be aupplicil with
^jjL&/NoiMk OYSTERS daily, iu any
^JQ&F quantities, at tho
Nov 2.-? POLLOCK HOUSE.
STOLEN from my premises, on
tho night of Wednesday, 23d instant,
/*2??rV chestnut sorrel HORSE, blaze
* I C J face, ouo hind foot white and about
thirteen or fourteen jears old. Ho is suppos?
ed to bavo been taken by a white man, about
live feet eleven inches in height, dark skin,
black hair, and resembles an Indian. Tho
above reward will bo paid for tho recovery of
thc horse and thiof, or $25 for either.
Nov 23 2* Fifteen miles above Columbia.
ALL persons duo us for SUPPLIES on
Liens arc noticed to call and eottlo by
1st of December, and eave coat, as wo are de?
termined to turn them over to tho Sheriff for
collection. T. J. ?. II. M GIBSON.
Nov 24 fi
CHARLOTTE, Columbia and Augusta Rail-1
Seven per cent. GOLD BONDS o? tho Port
Royal Railroad Company, secured by mort?
gage on tho entire property of tho Company,
having twenty years to run, with interest pay?
able semi-annually, and both principal and
interest payable in gold coin.
Nov 23 EDWIN J. SCOTT, SON A Co.
Mackerel and Salmon.
I KITS new Bay MACKEREL,
LUV/ quarter, half and whole b?rrela,
Lofton Inspection, for salo by E. HOPE.
GENUINE Imported CIGARS, together with
a largo supply of Domostic CIGARS.
Prices to suit all. JOHN C._SEEGERS.
Boise's Dining Saloon,
IN rear of tho Confectionery, is fitted up
with everything pertaining to a first, class
establishment. Norfolk OYSTERS, FISH j
and GAME of all kiuds during thc season.
For useful things and things for sport,
Tho curious people hero resort.
ENTIRELY new stock of TOYS and FANCY
ARTICLES for tho Holidays. Yarictica
too numerous to mention.
CANDIES manufactured daily.
CAKES of all kinds, plain and ornamented.
Also, full stock French CONFECTIONERY.
Canned Goods. Jelly, Raisins, Citron,
Almonds, and full line of assorted Nut?.
Lemons. Oranges, Cocoanut?, A-c. Fruit of
all kiuds during the season. Nov 1!)
-I rv BDLS. FLORIDA ORANGES, just ar
rived at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
10 Barrels Florida Oranges,
FOR ealo by R. O'NEALE & SON,
Nov lfi Cotton Town.
GRAIN! GRAIN! GRAIN !
W. J. WHITMIRE, UKEENVIliliE, S. C.,
DEALER in GRAIN and COUNTRY PRO?
DUCE of all kinds. Will pay prompt
attention to all orders un tr rib ted to bia caro.
This is a rare opportunity for Plantors and
othore living along tho lino of tho Gronnvillo
and Columbia Railroad, to procuro theil sup?
plies af first cost. I only ask a fair trial, and
guaranteo satisfaction. Nov 2-) 3mo
g ERSONS furnishing Housee in any portion
of the State would do woli to remember that
we have a special HOUSE - FURNISHING
DEPARTMENT, in which we keep a beautiful
Collection of Wah Paper, Carpets, Oil Cloths,
Shades, Cornices, Dania.Ai Curtains. Loope,
Bands, Rugs, and everything pertaining to
House-furnishing in first-class style. Wo
have a competent man, who will go to any
section to fit up our Goods, and we guaranteo
his work. Jt._0VBTt.
SPECIAL. ATTENTION given to tho col?
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
on Stato and Railroad Bonds ana Stocks, and
Conrorrion of Stato Soauritien. by
Nov 2? Gmo D. GABI BRILL, Brokf-r.
! Now Winter Styles
CLOAKS, Shawls, Mufi's, Victorinos, and a j
boautifnl lino of
Every department is now complete, and
new additions will be added tri-woekly.
W. D. LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE,
B. g. McCREERY. Nov 20_
O. F. JACKSON
WILL offer, beginning with this week,
some of tho
DRY GOODS AND FANG i ARTICLES
Evor offered In thiB city.
50 Gent DRESS GOODS al 25 Cents.
75 Cent DRESS GOODS nt 50 Cents.
A lot ei Ladies' Liucu HANDKERCHIEFS
at half price._ Nov 23
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
?THE undersigned inf orme tho f~<?
public that ho has oponed avyK
stock or WATCHES, CLOCKS***
and JEWELRY, to which ho invites
attention. He ie also prepared to
ttEFAIR thoroughly and in a work?
manlike manner TIME-KEEPERS of
every kind; besides Jowelry, etc.
Nov fi Imo Two doors uelow PHONIX Ofticc.
Ho for the Race!
THE suhacriber respectfully
?ai^irf^T?^a 'nvi'ca ma friends and public in
flESgjiiiy Ina genoral to call and seo his stock
J\_"fL_3ff cf horao-mado SADDLES and
???2>BSSiliiARNESSES, which I can sell
twenty-five per cont, cheaper than any
Northern mano goode, and will challenge any
merchant in the South for $1,000 to comparo
with mo in homo-made work.
Nov3 3mo R. HANNAN, Main street.
Piedmont and Arlington Life Insur?
GENEHM. Aor.sov AT COLUMBIA,
October 31, 3870.
WE take pleasure in announcing to our
policy-holders and tho citizens of South
Carolina, tho association of Gov. M. L. BON?
HAM, with our General Agency, and that he
wdl give his personal attention to tho inter?
ests of tho company in every portion of tho
LE APHA RT, JEFFERSON & RANSOM,
Having examined into the condition of the I
above company, and become associated with
its General Agency, I cemmend it to the
citizens nf South Carolinaas ono of the safest,
mont reliable ami successful Lifo Insurance
Companies in tho United States.
Good canvassing agents desired in every
District. Address, Branch Ofticc, Columbia .
S. C. M. L. BONHAM. N
Nov 1 _
Buckwheat and Golden Syrup
1 AA BAGS now BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
JAM / 5 barrels Golden SYItUP, for salo by
Oct 30 E. HOPE.
Chewing Tobacco-Just Received.
AFINE lot or tho beat Pan-cako and Fig
Nov 3 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters
EVERY DAY at tho Colombia leo House. I
Just received, another lot, TO-DAY, of
tlie best that can bc had, and I intend to keep
them regular all this season.
Oct 30 lm JOHN D. BAT EMAN._
A Mammoth Raffle of Fine Jewelry,
VALUED ut $1.000. 200 Chances, at $5
each. 25 Prizes, consisting of
Fino Gold and Silver WATCH KS,
Fino Gold BUEAST-PINS and EAR-KINGS,
SILVER GOBLETS, Ac.
Will come oft at my Saloon as soon as thc
Chances are taken.
Oct 30 G. DIERCKS.
A Desirable Store to Rent.
rp HE STORE ROOM, now occupied hy
_L Messrs. L?rick fe Lowranco at? a hardware
and grocery oatahlishment, id now offered for
rent. This ia a very desirable stand, situated
on Alain atreot in the midst of busiuoss, oppo?
site the PUIKNIX office. Inquire of
E. H. UEINITSIT,
Oct 25 At tho Di ng Store.
Fish and Flesh.
I>ICKLKD SHAD. No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. 1,2 ?md 3,
SALMON. No. 1,
100 boxes Souled HlilUUNGS,
Fulton Market Beef,
Extra Sugar-cured Hams,
" " Bacon Stripy.
For salo by GEO. SYMMERS.
Call curly and often. Oct 21
INFORMS his friends and customers that bo
is prepared to furnish OYSTERS in all
etvlos-as ho has a superior cook. Oct 30
-I f\f\ BOXES Goshen, English Dairy and
JUJU Pino Applo CHEESE, lor Bale low.
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheat!!
O A A BUSHELS selected 8EED WHEAT,
?i\ )\J for ealo hy R. O'NEALE & BON.
Nov 1 _
" City Currency will be Taken
IN payment for Goods at
Nov ll HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Gold and Silver Coin.
THE CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK buy and
sell GOLD and SILVER at a small mar
Kin. A. G. BRENIZER,
Oct 23 Cashier.
IBSON'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
VT Hyo WHISKEYS "Ikepurest and best in
market." Also, a full stock or RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, or all grades, always on hand
ami for salo hy_J.*T..R:.^p^RJit
K BB LS. choico Tablo POTATOES, for I
? salo low. _EDWARD HOPE. 1
5BBL8. PEARL GRIST, fresh ground, for
aalo by EDWARD HOPE^
THE hirgoat and beat assorted stock of
FINE GROCERIES, WINES and LI?
QUORS in South Carolina, can ho found at my
Htoro. A call will provo this all?gement.
Nov 3 . GEO SYMMERS.
Virginia Mountain Butter.
O AAA LBS., in Hinall kegs, for family
fJ,UUU nee. E. HOPE.
BY AUTHORITY OF A JPOWKil e?
. pTO?ood ic tho last Will and Testament
of the Ute W. F. DoSauoouro, dooeaood, I will
soil, before the Court Houoo, is Columhia, on
tho FIRST MONDAY in December next, the
office on Law Bange recently occupied by the
dcooasod. Term* made known at day of sale.
Hay be treated for privately at. the office pf
my Attorney in law and fact, D. B. DxSAuS
SURE, Esq. E. G. BURROUGHS.
Nov 17 Solo Executrix.
k THAT Valuable Tract of LAND, Tying
MOD tho Barhamvillo Road and tho Char
ZSClotte Railroad, about lfr miloo from tho
city of Columbia,containing twonty-ono ?croo,
more or loss, and having on it a beautiful site
for a country rcoidonoo, a moat exe? ll ant
spring of water, and accommodations for ?TS
or aix hands; it is about two-thirdo cleared
and is moat admirably oituated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween tho two brauchen which tonnS the
stream flowing through Dr. Parker's placo,
and composed partly of tho sams soil on
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to the acre. Possession given lat Janua?
ry next. For further particulars, anolv at thia
Gfflce, or tu L.. R. BECKWITH,
Oct 7 3mo_Orangeburg, 8. 0. ,.
34*30 A ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
,UUV/ on tho Edisto. , ,
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots io suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 Houeo in this oity, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen aerea LAND, near tho.
city-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAU8KETT,
Attorney at Law and Real Eatate Agent.
Sept 2i_. ? ' ? ? ly
Grand Toy Emporium.
Main Street, Colurnbia, 8. C.,
WHERE is offered tho largest and
? best aelccted stock of TOYS eyer
Ibrought to thia market. Dealers and
others can be accommodated, Whole?
sale or Retail.
Old and young, grave and gay can bo suited
from this varied collection.
I CANDIES of Pure Sugar manufactured
I daily. Also, 'lb <
! CAKES AND PIES.
A tine assortment of CANNED GOODS just
receiving from the best manufactories.
Frosh DATES, New Crop RAI8IN8, CITRON
and CURRANTS, ALMONDS, and a full line
o? ASSORTED NUTS.
London BISCUITT and Prince Albert
CRACKERS, (imported articles.) pure and of
great benefit to the sick and convalesent.
JELLIES of puro fruit manufactured and
aold at reasonable prices.
oct 2G _JOHN MCKENZIE.
THE Memoriea of Fifty Years, containing
notices and anecdotes of distinguished
Americans and remarkable mon, Ac, by W.
H. Sparks. Price $2.60.
Tent Lifo in Siberia and Adventures in.
Kamschatka and Northern Asia, by Kennst),
with a map. $1.50. .
Ginger Snaps, by Fanny Fern. $1.50.
Old Songs and New, by the authoress of
Bccchenbrook. $2. I ? '
Paris in Decomber, 1851: or, Conp d'Etat of
Napoleon III, by Terr t, from the thirteenth .
French edition. $2 50.
Locke's Rationalism in Europe, two volumes
The Life ot Genoral Nathaniel Green.
Tho Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth.
Also, a number of new novels, by Trollope
and other popular authors.
Also, new juvenile books from London, new
Chromos, Paintings, ?fcc. For sate at
BRYAN .V MoOARTER'B Bookstore.
V ' " 300 BBL'S." FLOUR,'.
: 500 buehels CORN, :
100 sacks SALT, :
50 barrels WHISKEY. :
: We aro determined to Bell at :
: aomo price to faoilitate moving :
: into our new store. ;
: Oct 30 L?RICK & LOWRANCE. :
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends, and,
public in goncral that I have
just recoivod an entire new
r.-ttock of Double and Single Bar?
rel GUNS, REPEATERS, Flasks, Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps. Buck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powder
REPAIRING dono at short nottco.
Oct 8 P. W. KRAFT, Main afreet.
8. W. ronTEU. B. M. STEELE,
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
*3? O - ID -A. "XT 2 ,
-. ? .-?
LA I)JES' SUITS,
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A full and choice lot o?'
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
. ., v . - i>-.?rk y ..'?>>.
We ofior our Gooda at low Cotton flgureo.
PORTEE & STEELE,
Oct 21 Columbi?, S. C.
TUE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANS would
call tho attention of the public tc tbs fcc?
that they are transacting a GENERAL BANK- '
INO BUSINESS, and extend the usual accom- \*
modulions to business men and others, who -
favor thom with their accounts.
Oct 23 A. G. BRENIZER, Cashior,"
WAGONS and BUGGIES
'made to order, and all kinda
of VEHICKLEB repaired;
?*? kinds of AGRICULTU?
RAL l M fi. KAI KN Ts made in the best
manner and at short notice. Apply at large
brick Shop in rear of E. Sc G. D. Hope's, or at
L?rick <fc Lowrance's.
Octal Im | _E. W. SBIBEL8.
Oar olin a Indigo.
RAA LBS PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
OvFv" on hand and for salo low at wholesale
ind retail._ J. A T. R. AGNEW,
North Carolina Butter.
S)f\ KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, on ooo-.
?\J sigumont, and will bo sold very low to
close. Packages average from twenty to'r
thirty pounds each. GEO. 8YMMER8.
Seltzer Water on draft, nt POLLOCK'S. *