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lo^eicatlnc Foreign intelligence.
BHUTAN, December 1.-Private ad vi oes
from Vienna, say Austria, ErjgJarid and
Italy accept tbs Prussian proposals for a
conferonoo. It is understood that Bas?
al?'? claims would not be prejudiced by
her participation in tb o conference.
TOURS, December 1.-The English
despatch relativo to a conference has
been reserved. No answer hnB been re?
turned. It is understood that tho Go?
vernment is inclined to consider Eng?
land's course as irregular, in urging
French adherence to tho proposition
coming from Prussia.
BRUSSELS, December 1.-Tho Inde?
pendence Beige, of to-day, referring to
the orderly retreat of the French army
of the North towards Arras, says it will
doubtless occupy a great quadrilateral,
formed by the fortresses North, and
which in i ni pr eg nub i 6.
LONDON, December 1.-Tho Telegraph
says the feeling is becoming universal
throughout England, that tho French
war ia drawing to a olose. A balloon,
probably from Paris, was sceu over the
English Channel; it was driveu Beaward
by a violout East wind, aud it was un?
questionably lost in tho Atlantic.
lt is said the Prussians suddenly evac?
uated Amiens, retiring towards Paris.
Thia movement is regarded as very im?
portant at Lille, whero it is believed that
a great battle is progressing around Paris
i VERSAILLES, December 1.-A special
despatch to the Times, snyr tho accept?
ance of Prussia's conditions of peace by
the Paris branch of the French Govern?
ment will be required before tho capitu?
lation of Paris is received. The army o?
the Loire is retreating; its present posi?
tion and numbers is unknown. All pas?
sengers by tho Bremen steamship Union,
ashore off tho ooast of Scotland, were
NEW YORK, December 1.- A special
despatch to tho World, dated London,
says letters by balloon from Paris, pri?
vate letters from Versailles and de
spatehes from Berlin, all conour in rep?
resenting the prospect of the French at
extremely gloomy. Tho Germans iu tb?
late engagements with the army of the
Loire lost enormously, still their posi
tions were maintained. Tho efforts ol
D'Aurelles to advance to tho rolief ol
Paris, have been foiled. The provisions
in Paris are almost exhausted-scarcely
a fortnight's supply remains.
LONDON, December 1.-Tho Falmouth,
Gibraltar and Malta cabio bas broken.
The Suez canal is to pass into Englisl
hands, or at least come under Englisl
control. Tho Duko of Sutherland wil
probably be the Chairman of the com
NEW YORK, December 1.-Tho Tele
gram has a special from London, whicl
says Cabinet complications thicken am
a dissolution seems inevitable. Th'
Times suggests an immediato assembl;
PAMS, December 1.-Tho Moniten
chronicles six military executions.
FLORENCE, December 1.-The Spanisl
escort to the fleet has arrived at Genoa.
LONDON, December 1.-Tho Frond
claim to have won victories at Beau ne
Loralando and Victors. The Frene
say they were young conscripts, nude
fire for the first time. They wero gal
lant and steady. Tho Froneb have rc
covered, within tho past few days, th
following places: Bessie, Norgcut, Chai
narel, St. Calais, Moudonbleu aud Mot
NEW YORK, Decomber 1.-The loss b
tho burning of Hopkins, Dwight, Trov
bridge & Co.'s cotton warehouse, wt
860,000; they were insured for $1-10,001
therefore, there was no loss to them c.
MEMPHIS, December 1.-Atrial suit?
Red ?ill, Colmar & Co., of Pittshur?
against Gen. Gideon J. Pillow an
others, for coal seized here at tho ou
break of tho war-damages laid i
$125,000-commonced to-day, in tl
United State Circuit Court, befoi
Judges Freuug and Emmons. '
NEW ORLEANS, December 1.-Tl
Varieties Theatre, John Hewkin's stor
room, Schiller's coffeehouse, andLiuei
stable wero destroyed by a lire whit
originated this morning, in tho proper
room of the theatre. Tho adjoinii
building was damaged. Loss ?250,00
insurance $100,000, in local compauit
Two firemen are reported nuder tl
Biohard A. Hobard commilted snieL
to-day, by a pistol shot through t
It is asserted that Governor Wannon
visits Washington, to effect tbo remoi
of Postmastor Lowell, Marshal I
card and Assessor Jourbert, who wc
with Lieutennnt-Governor Dunn, as th
Btaud in the way of tho Governo
WASHINGTON, December 1.-Govern
Warmouth dines with Grant to-day.
is understood that a movement is afc
to remove tho Federal officers in Loui
ana, who did not net with tho strairj
Republicans in tho recent election.
Boutwell's estimates for tho year er
ing Juno 30, 1872, aro $280,000,000, <
elusivo of unexpended balances, whit
on Juno 30, were 80,000,000.
Tho decreaso of tho debt ?8 87,500,Ci
coin in treasury ia #97,250,000; c
Tho Commissioner of Internal Be
nno decides that tho mere initials
owners' or importers' namo on packa
of cigars is insufficient; the, namo m
bo written in full, for purposes of idei
fication; and in caso of imported cig;
must bo written or tho stamp affixed
MONTGOMERY, Decomber 1.-No cha
in tho status of affairs here. Gov. Li
say has approved a bill that origins
in tho House and passed tho Sen
Tho troops have been withdrawn, an
posso of tho Radical sheriff guards
Treasury aud Exocntivo offices, wi
aro still occupied by Smith and Bj
hara. Persons wishing to entor
j gagsSSgBMggr- rir-rm
halted tth?r^uinPja to make fcrjawn .j'lioia
basined 3 The Bpnse tb el to-tfny " dd d'
transacted considerable business. There
waa no sestion of the Senate. Tho Trea?
sury is empty.
WILMINGTON, December 1.-The draw?
ing of the North Carolina Beneficial
Association took place to-day. The fol?
lowing numbers drew the principal
prizes: No. 3,310 85,000; No. 6,006
$2,500; No. 5.776 $2,500.
HEART'S CONTENT, December 1.-A
steamer will be despatched immediately
I after the cable steamer Lowe, to inform
ber of the troublo nnd aid in its re?
FINANCIAL. AND CO?IIMEKCIAI?
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 2.-Sales
of cotton, yesterday, about 88 bales
NEW YOKE, December 1-Noon.
Stooks quiet. Gold 10j.<. Money -i@5.
Sterling-long 8%; short 9%. 62's 1%.
Flour and wheat firm. Cotton dull and
drooping-uplands 16; Orloans 16)??
sales 1,500 bales. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton closed hoavy but in
good export demand; sales 5,000 bales,
at 16. Flour-Southern steadier; com?
mon to good extra 5.80(a}6.20. Whiskey
dull, at 89. Wheat closed dull-winter
red au? amber Western 1.43(0^1.45.
Corn dull and hoavy-new 75@81.
Pork-old 23.00; now firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freights dull. Money 5@6. Sterling
8%@8?-B'. Gold 10>?@10%. Govern?
ment's very weak nnd }6@}'4 lower.
62's 7}.\- Southern's somewhat ne?
BALTIMORE, December 1.-Flour quiet
and weak-Howard street superfine
email@example.com. Wheat-choice whito 1.70@
1.75. Com-whito 70(^72; yellow 77<?g
78. Pork 23.00. Clear sides 17@17,'.i.
Lard quiet, at 14} .U WkiskHy 90. Cot?
ton less activo and lower-middling
lo??; ^ales 355 bales; stock 7,250.
BOSTON, December 1.-Cotton dull
middlings 16'^; suies 200 bales; receipt.'
680; stock 5,500.
CINCINNATI, December 1.-Flour dull
and unchanged. Corn steady, nt 50(?
52. Mess pork weak, at 19. Whiskey
drooping, at 82@83.
LOUISVILLE, December 1.-Bugging
firm, at 28. Flour and graiu quiet au?
unchanged. Whiskey dull, at 83.
GHAKLESTON, December 1.-Cottor
firm-middlings 15^(^15,'^; sales SOC
halos; receipts 2,040 bules; exports 1,187
AUGUSTA, December 1.-Cotton ii
good demand, at lower rates; sales 1,2SC
bales; recoipts 1.5S0-middlings 14?4'(7i
SAVANNAH, December 1.-Cotton vcr:
quiet-middlings 15}g; sales 800 bales
receipts 3,743; exports 4,895; stocl
WILMINGTON, December 1.-Cottoi
dull and nominal-middlings 14; sale
100 bales; stook 1,467.
NORFOLK, December 1.-Cotton nomi
nal-middlings 15; stock 5,007.
MOBILE, December 1.-Cotton qniet
middlings asking 15; sales 1,200 bales
receipts 1,165; exports coastwise 1,101
NEW ORLEANS, December 1.-Cottoi
dull and lower-middlings IB Ki', sale
5,000 bales; receipts 7,017; stock 113,
728. Treble extra flour 5.60(^5.7G
Corn firmer-white 75; yellow 80. Por
firm-new 21.50; old 22.75. Baco
firmer-shoulders 13j?. Prime sugn
9?4(?<10. Prime m olas'ses 55(^58. Wim
GALVESTON, December 1.-Cotton quit
and weak-good ordinary lS.1^; sales 50
bales; receipts 1,751; stock 30,673.
LONDON, December 1-3 P. M.-Cor
sols 92, ex-dividend. Bonds 88,'.<.
LIVERPOOL, December 1-Noou.-Co
ton quiet-uplands 9ju@9}^; Orleat:
AFRESH lot of ORANGES. Baldwin Al
TLBS, Mountain BUTTER, and or
coon of TURKEYS.
W. 1). SCHOENBERG.
Corner Washington and Assembly streets.
Dec 2 _
BACON HAS DECLINED!
A (\ BOXES prime Hear D. S. SIDES,
~fcv/ 10 hoxes primo D. S. Bellies, in eto?
and to arrive; and wo desiro to give oi
friends and customers the full bone Ut of tl
fall in prices l'urchaar rs will do well to gi'
us a call before purchasing.
D. C. PEIXOTTO SON,
_Dec 2 2 Commission Merchants.
NOTICE.-A Special Session of tho Con
of Common Pleas, for Richland Count
will bo held at Columbia on tho second MO]
DAY of December next, for tho trial of stn
causes as havo boon heretofore transferred
a Special Calendar. By order of Judge Mi
ton. D. B. MILLER, C. C. C. lt. C.
CLKHK'a OFFICE, Columbia, S. C., Novemb
27, 1870. _Jfoy30
NOTICE -Tho undersigned givos uoti
that on the 20th day of December nc:
at 12 o'clock, ho will apply" to W. Unison Wig
Esq., Judge of Prohato, at his oftico in C
lumbla, for linal discharge as Executor of 1
tate of J. T. Mu ii (is, deccasod.
J. W. PARKER,
COI.UMIUA, November 20, 1870. fi:V
NOTICE.-ruo undersigned gives noti
that on tho Kith day of December ne:
at 12 o'clock, ho will apply to W. Huts
Wigg, Esq., Judge of Probato, at Iii? oftico,
Columbia, for linal discharge aa Administi
tor of thu esl ato of F. W. Papo, deceased.
WM. K. BACHMAN
COLUMBIA, November Ki, 1870. Nov 10 fi!
OLl> llA?IC HILLS ?nd JUUTTL?TI
CURRENCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Brno I). GAM BILL, Broker
BY AUTIIOKITY~ OE A I'OVVEK ?
pressed in the last Will and Test ant?
of the late W. F. DeSnnssuro, deceased, I \
soil, before thc Court House, in Columbia,
tho FIRST MONDAY in December next, I
omen on Law Rango recently occupied by I
deceased. Terms made known at day of "sa
Hay be treated for privately at the office
mv Attorney ill law and fact. D. B. DeSAl
SURE, Esq. E. G. BURROUGHS.
Nov 17 Solo Exccntrii
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to tho c
lection of Commercial Paper, Inter
on State and Railroad Bonds and Stocks, t
Con vere iou of State Securities, by
Nov 2:1 fimo D. GAMBRILL, Brokei
Address II, V. Pioice, M. D., Buffalo, N.
and get A pamphlet on Catarrh froe, or si
sixty couts and got Dr. Sago's Catarrh Renie
$500 roward is offered by the proprietor ft
caso of Catarrh which he cannot euro, fl
by druggists. N 27 Tl 1
WS ?re now in receipt of our fourth in?
thia fall, completo in all department a, at the
LOWEST FEIGES Ol' THE DAY.
Special at ti'in iou ia called to our charming
F?RS, SHAWLS AXD CLOAKS.
Careful inspection ami comparison desired.
N. Ii.-Wo have on hand a fowmoroof thoae
Ladies' SUITS, very hatty. Wc have marked
them down within tho reach of all huyera.
Call and look at them.
We aro also Agenta for thc boat Cotton
Yarn and Batting. Merchants supplied at
PORTER & STEELE,
Dec 2 Main street
Greenville and Colombia Railroad.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA,S. C., December 1, 1870.
SeO?i*^lSe3w?date, tho following
schedule will ho run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Ti nins on South Caro?
lina Railroad up ami down; al.-o with Traine
going South on Charlotte, Columbia and Au?
Leave Columbia at. . 7.00 a. m.
" Alston... 8.10 a.m.
.? Newberry. 10 10 a. m.
" Cokesburv. 1.45 p.m.
" Bolton. 3.30 p. m.
Arrive at Greenville. 5 00 p.m.
Leave Greenville at. 5 -15 a. m.
" Belton. 7.23 a. m.
" Cokcsbnry.. 9.05 a.m.
Abbeville. 8 00 a. m.
Newberry. .12.35 p.m.
" Alston. 2 10 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 3.45 p. m.
JOHN H. MOUE,
Doc 2 Gen oral Superintendent.
:Q/A/"\ LBS. of Rood qualitv for sale low
OXjvJ by _ EDWARD HOPE._
New Orleans Syrup.
"I BBLS. choir? now crop Now Oileans
Lv^f SYRUP, jimt received and for aale Ly
Dec 1 _ _J. A T.Jt. AflNEW.
Bacon ! Bacon ! !
BOXES Dry Baited Clear Rib SIDES,
j nat received and for anio at greatly
reduced prices by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
ASPLENDID lot of those choico English
BI80UIT8, manufactured by Messrs.
Huntley A Palmer and Peek, Frcan ft Co.,
London. The variety consista of fancv Nic
NaoS, Brilliants, Com, Ringa, ARC.
A frosh invoice of ALBERT BISCUITS,
manufactured by Messrs. Middlemass, Edin
burg, Scotland. Only to be tried to be appre?
ciated. Sold by MCKENZIE, Main stroet.
Balmoral, Eg^, Cream and MixodCrackers
frcsh. Dec 1 6
rt^-THE subscriber would re
/OK-ft-THtl spectrally inform his friends
(^^GnBBnant* cusMunera that ho liss
\ vCII'^W '7 re-established himself iu the
?i FUHBWIIM.?: WT.M, w GROCERY BUSI?
NESS, at' his old st.md, (No. 109,) where bo
will bu pleased to show and tell to purchasers
a complete stock of now fancy and substan?
tial GOODS, carefully selected. .
Richardson street, lirst square South of old
Market corder. ORLANDO Z. BATES.
Due 1 3mo _
OYSTERS ! OYSTERS !
XAM selling tho best NORFOLK OYSTERS
offered in this market, and get them fresh
I every day from Norfolk.
I have also reduced tho price to $1.75 per
' gallon, and smaller quantities in proportion.
I Families can havo thurn dolivcred at their re
I sidonaoa, by leaving their ordern at the Ice
House. s JOHN D. BATEMAN.
Nov 27 2mo
MR. JOS. HART DENCE will -ivo Iwo or
his PARLOR ENTERTAINMENTS at
tlie MUH?O Rooms of Messrs. Ly Brand & 8on,
on WEDNESDAY, December 7, and THURS?
DAY, December 8,at 7.1 p.m. The programme
will comprise selections from tho old elassic
masters - Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart, ele?
mento and others-and . sonni of thc moro
modern comp sors. Admission $1.00. Tick
its can ho obtained ut Heinitsh'a Drug Store,
at tho music store, ?ind at tho Bookstores;
also at the door. On account of tho limited
capacity of tho room, thone desiring tickets
would do well to apply early. Nov 30 +5
RAMSAY'S Islay Malt Scotch Whiskey, Sir
Robert Burnett's Old Tom Oin, Otard,
Dupuy, Cognac Urandy. Duff Gordon's Pale
Sherry, South-aide Madeira Wino, London
Dock Port Wine, Hibhert'a London Tori er,
McEwen's Scotch Alo. Tho above direct from
tho importera and warranted pure.
Forsalo by_JEDWARD HOPE^__
-irv DDLS. FLORIDA ORANGES, just ar
J_l/ rived at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
THE largest and best assort od stock of
FINE GROCERIES, WINES and LI?
QUORS in South Carolina, can he found at my
.'Store. A call will prove ibis all?gement.
Nov 3 GEO KYM M ERS.
For Sale or Rent,
i)KA ACRES OF LANI), two miles from
?t)v tho Asylum, and adjoining tho
lands of Gov. II. K. Hcolfc, about sixty ncrea
of which are cleared-the balance heavily
timbered, On tho jin mises are a comfortable
Dwelling, containing lour rooms, all necessa?
ry out buildings, a good Orchard, and a never
failing supply of water. For further particu?
lars, apply to J. CONWAY,
Nov 27 +3* On tho premises.
i^l IRSON'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR mid
\JT Rye WHISKEYS "thepurent and betti itt
market." Also, a full stock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, of all Rradoa, always on hand
ann for salo by J. A- T. R. AGNEW.
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheat!!
OAH BUSHELSsoloctod SEED WHEAT,
j?\ J\J for salo by R. O'NEALE & SON.
Meals furnished ut reasonable honra,
I at POLLOCK'S.
THE undersigned would In?
form; his friend-s and patrons
that ho is propared to exegete
6oientifioViiy sud satisfactorily all operatioua
and work of whatsoever kicd Lia profoaaion
demanda. Torma accommodating.
Offlco ovor Mesara.Porter A Go.'a Dry Good?
Store, on Main street, Columbia, 8. 0.
Omeo hours fiom 9 a.m. to 1 p. m., and
from 2 to 4 p. m.
Nov 29_D. L. BOOZER, D. D. 8.
GRAIN! GRAIN'. GRAIN!
W.J. WHITSUKE, <}KEE\VIl,Li;, S. C.,
DEALER in GRAIN and COUNTRY PRO?
DUCE of all kinda. Will pay prompt
attention to all orders entrusted to bis care.
Thia ia a raro opportunity for Planters and
othors living along the lino of tho Greonvillo
and Columbia Railroad, to procuro theil sup?
plies at Iii BL cost. I only ask a fair trial, and
guaranteo satisfaction. Nov 21 3mo
Heise's Bining Saloon,
IN rear of tho Confectionery, is titted up
with over vt hing pertaining to a first class
establishment. Norfolk OYSTERS, FISH
and GAME of all kinds during tho season.
BAZAAR AND CONFECTIONERY,!
For useful things and things for aport,
Tho curious people hero resort.
ENTIRELY new stock of TOYS and FANCY
ARTICLES for tho Holiday?. Variotics
too numerous to mention.
CANDIES manufactured daily.
CAKES of ail kinds, plain and ornamented.
Also, full stock French CONFECTIONERY.
Canned Goods. Jelly, Raisins, Citron,
Almonds, and full liuo of assorted Nuts.
Lemons. Oranges, Cocoanuts, Ac. Frfl.it of |
all kinds during tho season._ _ Nov 19
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
TH Eundersigned inlorms tho ,
public .Abut ho has opened a
Stock ol'WATCHES, OL00KSL_
and JEWELRY, tn which ho invites
I attention. Ho ia also prepared to
REPAIR thoroughly and in a v.ork
Lmauliko manner TIME-KEEPERS of |
every kind; besides Jowulrv, etc.
Nov 7 Imo Two doors below PHONIX Office.
3f*(\f\ ACRES or LAND in Barnwell,
. OUv/ on tho Edisto.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
HOUSE and BOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law and Beal Estate Agent.
Sept 24_ ly
H .11 IC KY'S UMVKKtiAL
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well known throughout
tho South, need no comment. In style of
workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with the samo amount of
power, is unequaled. B. TOZElt, Agent,
August 2 Columbia. S. C.
THOSE who have lost several Natural
Teeth, and havo been advised to part
with remaining sound ones, as tho first step
towards obtaining artificial substitutes, aro
requested, before submitting to a practice,
cruel in itsolf and often unnecessarily per?
formed, to convince themselves of its fallacy,
by looking closely into a matter of eo much
Tho above improvement was designed to re?
sist aodeplorable a practice, and after a tho?
rough test of more; than threo years, ia found
capable of accomplishing what no other sys?
tem of Artificial Dentistry has heretofore done.
It is now possible to obtain partial cases,
which will eave for years Natur.il Teeth, and
be at the same time reliable in every respect.
An invitation ia hereby given to snch as
feel interested to call at our Operating
Rooms, and examine duplicate specimens of j
casos now in actual uso.
Nov Ct REYNOLDS A REYNOLDS.
City Currency will be Taken
IN payment for Goods at
Nov ll HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Fish and Flesh.
131 CK LLD SHAD. No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
SALMON. No. 1,
100 boxes Scalod HERRINGS,
Fulton Market Beef,
Extra Sugar-cured Hants,
" " Bacon Strips.
For ?ale hv 0 LO S Y.M M LILS.
Call early and oft en. Oct 21
Ho for the Race!
THE subscriber respectfully
invites his friends and public in
(general lo call and see his stock
of home-made SADDLES and
?H A RN ESSES, which I can sell
twenty-fivo per cent, cheaper than any
Northern ni ado goods, and will cbaliengo any
morchant in the South for $1,00U to compare
with mo in home-made work.
Nov4 3mo IL HANNAN. Mainstree t.
K BB LS. choice Table POTATOES, for
O salo tow. EDWARD HOPE.
MacKerei and Salmon.
I pr KITS new Bay MACKEREL,
LOU 50 quarter, half and whole b?rrela,
Bonton Inspection, for sale by E. HOPE.
5BB LS. PEARL GRIST, fresh ground, for
salo by_ EDWARD HOPE.g
Virginia Mountain Butter.
O f\f\f \ LBS., in small kegs, for family
O.UUU usc. E. HOPE.
A Mammoth Raino of Fine Jewelry,
VALUED at $1,000. 200 Chances, at
each. 23 Prizes, consisting of
Fino Gold and Silver WATCHES.
Fino Gold BREAST-PINS and EAR-RINGS,
SILVER GOULETS, Ac.
Will come oil at my Saloon as soon na thu
Chances aro taken.
Oct 80 G. DTERCKS.
THE CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK would
call thc attention of tho public to the fact
that they aro transacting 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,
Buckwheat and Golden Syrup
1AA LAGS now BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
JA/ll 5 bariola Golden SYRUP, for salo bv
Oct 30 E. HOPE.
MAGIC POWDER for cleaning Gold, Silver,
Ac, ten cents por box.
Tripoli, for cleaning Brass, Silver,Gold, Ao.,
len cents petr paper.
Bath Brick for donning Gallery, Ac.
Just received and for sale bv
Sept 2 J. A T. IL AGNEW.
ALOT of fine JEWELRY. Ear-rings, liroaat
pi?s, Plain (?old Rings, Gold and silver
Parties will find it to their iotereat to call
and oxaniin-: the various articles.
Oct 30 O.DIERCK8.
THE COLOSSUS OF EXHIBITIONS!
NEW DESIGNS TO AMUSE!
Vt o r its? Talent-M ntchltii Skint
FRESH SENSATIONS FOR 1870!
Will exhibit in COLUMBIA, F BID AY, DE
EXTRA A TT AR ACTION!
Herr Schroff'H Trained Wild Beasts, will bo
exhibited conjointly with tho Circos perform?
ances, without additional charge. Horr
Schroff, thoQreat Lion nuntor, will enter tho
Den of Lions; giving au exciting and thrilling
performance with thcBO Ferocious Animals of
tho Forrest, exemplifying thc immenso po?
tency that Man wields over thc Brute Crea?
Exhibitions will bo given oach Afternoon
atid Night, commencing at 2 and 7i o'clock.
Doors open uno hour previous. Admission 75
cents. Children under ten years, 50 cents.
SENSATIONAL SPECTACLES, FREE TO TUE PUB?
LIC!-First, on tho morning of tho exhibition
dar, in thc form of a
GRAND STREET PAGEANT,
Preceded by tho Elegant Band Chariot, con?
taining Prof. O. P. Perry's Famed Orchestra.
Tho second Freo Exhibition will bo a mar?
vellous displav of human intrepidity,
UP IN THE AIR!
By tho daring Funambulist, M'llc Jcanotto
Elixier, who will walk from tho Ground to tho
Apox of tho Circus Paviliou and return on a
Slender Wiro. This startling gratuitous per?
formance of consummate daring will com?
mence about 1 P. M., and tho unique nature
of tho feat cannot fail to command the atten?
tion of tho citizens of this city.
The groat JAMES E. COOK, the Equestrian
Miracle and Champion Horseman of tho
World, in his marvelous feat on Six Naked
M'llc CARLOTTA DEBEROS, confessedly tho
most dashing, dating sud finished Equestri?
enne in thc world.
LE JEUNE BUHT, best Bar o-back Hurdle Ri?
der in America.
M'llu JEANETTE ELLSLEB, tho astonishing
and beautiful Tight -rope Danseuse.
Miss EMILY COOKE, tho elegant English Me?
Mr. DEN STONE, the Popular American
Clown and Fun-maker.
GKOROK ADAMS, Funny Clown.
TOM BA KUY, Hibernian Clown. (First ap?
pearance in America.)
GEOUUK MCKUAV, thu Favorite Humorist
And the celebrated Actors, BACHELOR, SNOW
BROTHERS, BLISS, GEOItOlE, Ducnow, FRANK
i IN, COLUMIIUS, COOK, LEACH, LAMONT, LOCK?
WOOD, EDWARDS, ami others.
Mr. JOHN H. MURRAY, tho Unequalled
Equestrian Director, is a guarantee of tho re?
finement and purity of tho exhibitions.
No Smoking allowed in Pavilion,
Tickets for Balo few days in advance of
Circus at 8 nlzbacher's Jewelry Store.
Will aleo exhibit in Winnsboro, November
29; Chester, November 30; Unionville, De?
cember;!; Greenville. Decembers; Andorf on,
December ti: Abbeville, December 7; New?
berry C. FL, Decpniber H _Nov 22 !|4i21Tl
1/\/Y BOXES Goshen, English Dairy and
JL\ f\f Pine Apple CHEESE, for sale low.
Oct 30 __ E. HOPE.
Chewing Tobacco---Just Received.
AFINE lot of thc beat Par.-caLe aud Fig
Nov 3 JOHN O. SEEGERS.
pf/V BAGS RIO COFFEE, for salo low to
QU dealers^)v_ EDWARD jilOPR.
A Desirable Store to Rent.
rilliE STORE ROOM, now occupied by
JL Mesura. L?rick A Lowranco as a hardware
and grocery establishment, is now offered for
rent. This is a very desirable stand, situated
on Main street in tho midst ot business, oppo?
site the Pl!? KN IX office. Inquire of
E. H. HEINITSH,
Oct 25 At tho Drug Store.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK is now
prepared to draw directly on all thc pro?
minent places in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
and ibo Orient,
and will fm nish drafts at New York rates.
Oct 23 A. G. BREN 1/ER. Cashier.
North Carolina Rutter.
KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, on con
?j\7 Bignmont, and will bo sold very low to
close. Packages averago from twenty to
thirty pounds each._GEO. HY M M ERS.
Gold and Silver Coin.
riIHE CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK buy and
I sell GOLD and SILVER at a small mar?
gin. A. G. BRENTZER,
Oct 23 _ Cashier.
&EN UINE Imported CIGARS, together with
a largo Bupply of Domestic CIGARS.
PricOB to suit all._JOHN C. SEEOERS.
pr r\r\ LBS PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
? ) v / \ / on hand and for sale low at wholesale
ind rotail._J. A T. It. AGNEW.
Pure Kentucky Belle Bourbon Whis
kev, nt POLLOCK'S.
Desirable Building Lot on East Ride of Main
. BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY, 5th Dooombor.I will soil, boforo
tho Oonrt House,
Tbat desirable building LOT, fronting Main
street and measuring twenty-five foot, run?
ning back 130, boundod on the North by build?
ing of Denny's printing omeo, and South by
buildings of William and John A. Shioll.
TEEMS or SALK-Cash. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. _ Nov 27 t
Main Street Building Lot?.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, Deoomber 5,1 will Boll, before
the Conrt Housu,
Thoso two desirable LOTS, on West sido
Lot No. 1, moasuring 25 feet front by 208,
situated on tho corner of alley leading to As?
sembly Btroet, bounded North by J. O. Seegers
and South by T. K. Ettor.
Lot No. 2, moasuring 25 feet front by 208,
bounded North by lot of T. K. Etter and South
by J. and 8. Loaphart, formerly .Tanney's Ho?
Tho forms of sale cash. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps, and will bo positively
sold._Nov 27 H
Family Residence on Senate Street.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, Docombor 5,1 will sell, at the
That fino RESIDENCE on Sonato street,
Wust sido and in rear of Episcopal Church.
Tho main building contains tw?dvo good
rooms, with every convenience, and all out?
buildings required, and a small Cottage on
tho North sido, suitable for a small family.
Tho lot contains seven-eighths of an acre.
TERMS OF SALE.-Ono-third cash-the bal?
ance socurod by bond and mortgage, payable
in twelve months; purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers._Nov 27 t4
South Carolina-Richland County.
D.C. PEIXOTTO A SON, AUOTIONEEBS.
Mrs. Mary S. P. Gibbes, Mrs. Anna M. Guign
ard, ct al., vs. James S. Guignard, as Ad
miuistrator, et al.
IN pursuanco of the decretal ordor passed
by his Honor Judpo John T. Green, on
tho 1st day of July, 1870, I will sell the fol?
lowing REAL ESTATE in the city of Colum?
bia, belonging to tho estato of the lato James
S. Guignard, Senior, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in December next:
1. Tho LOTS fronting on Richardson Btreet
- feet, cornering on Plain Btreet, and running
back East 208 feot to the alloy-way to tho
Court House square; bounded on the South
by lotB recently sold SB property of Dr. R. W.
Gibbes, Sr., deceased. This property is con?
sidered as among tho most desirable and eli?
gible sitcB for stores in tho city. It will bo
sub-divided, and proper plats prepared, wbioh
nan be inspected at the o file o of the under?
signed in Columbia.
2. The well known and valuablo Plantation
on Gill's Creek, about seven miles from Co?
lombia, containing 1,152 acres, morn or lena;
boundod on tho East by lands of the eBtate of
C. R. Bryce, deceased, and G. R. Starling, and
lands of Dr. A. Wallace; South by the '"Big
Lako" plantation: North by Gill's Creek. If
desired, mil bo sold in parcels.
3. The Square of four aores in Columbia,
upon which tho Mansion House of the late
James 8. Guignard, Sr., stood, surrounded by
a substantial brick wall; hounded on tho
North by Gervais street ; East by Bull Btreet;
South by Sonato street, ami Wost on Marion
st root. This square will probably be divided
into half acre lots.
Eight aores of LAN Dib the corpora te limits,
bounded on tho South by lands formerly of
Gregg, now of Erwin; North by landa of the
Misses Stark; East by lands now ocoupied by
W." Hampton Gibbes, on Barnwell street; con?
tinued East by lands of tho Misses Stark.
A plat of which may be aeon at. tho office of
The entire properly is sold free from all
claim for dower, and (ho purchaser takes in?
Txnus OF SALK-One-third cash, remainder
payable in ono and two years in equal instal?
ments, with interest from dato of sale paya?
ble annually, and secured by bond and mort?
gage; purchaser to insure and assign the
policy to the undersigned. Purchaser to pay
tor papers, stamps, otc.
D. B. DESAUSSDRE,
Nov 9 t Special Referee.
Valuable City Lots al Auction.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON, Auctioneers
On the FIRST MONDAY in December next, in
front of tho Court Houao, in this city, to the
highest bidder, tbat beautifully located
four-acro lot, on Arsenal Hill, between the
residence of Mayor Alexander and tho Go?
vernor's mansion, which will bo divided into
cloven lots, bounded ns follows:
LOT NO. 1, bounded on the North by Lum?
ber street, measuring thereon 52 test 2 inches,
moro or less; on the West by Pulaski street,
running back thereon 208 feet moro or less;
on tho East by lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 2, of tho same dimensions,bounded
ou the North by Lumber stroet; un tho Eaat
by lot No. 8, and on tho Wost by lot No. 1.
"LOT No. 3, of tho samo dimensions, bounded
on the North by Lumber street; on thc East
by lot No. 4; on tho West by lot No. 2.
LOT NO. 4, of the same, dimensions, bounded
uti tho North by Lumber street; on tho Weat
hy lot No. 3; on thc East by lot No. 5.
LOT NO 5, bounded on tho North by Lum?
ber street, measuring thereon 208 feet 8 inches,
more ur less; on tho East by Way no street,
measuring thereon 208 foot 8 inches, more or
less; on the South by lot No. G. This is a
corner lot, and ono of tho most desirable loca?
tions in tbocity.
LOT No. (J, bounding and fronting on Wayne
street, and measuring thereon 104 foet 4
inches, moro or les*, and running back 208
feet 8 inches; on the South by lot No. 7.
LOT NO. 7, fronting and bounded on the
East by Wayne street; on the South by Rich?
land street, running back on said street 208
feet Hinches, more or leas; on thc North by
lot No. (5.
LOT NO. 8, fronting and measuring on Rich?
land street 52 feet 2 inches, moro or lose;
bounded on tho East by lot No. 7; on the
Wost by lot No. 0, running back 208 feet 8
inches, more or less.
LOT NO. tl, of thc same dimensions, fronting
on Richland street; bounded on tho East by
lut No. 8; on tho Wost by lot No. 10.
BOT No. 10, of tho same dimensions, front?
ing on Richland street; hounded on tho Eas?t
hy lot No. 'J; on tho West by lot No. ll.
LOT No. ll, of tho samo dimensions, front?
ing on Richland street; on tho West by Pu?
laski street, running back thereon 208 feet,
more or less; on tho East by lot No. 10.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash, balance, in
ono and two years, secured by bond of tho
purchaser, bearing interest at the rato of
seven per cent, per annum, and mortgago of
tho promises. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. Nov 4 t
IOFFER for salo a DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE in Columbia, on Plain ttreet, be?
tween Bull and Pichona ; eight good rooms,
besides tour basement rooms. Ono of thc
most desirablo locations in tho city.
Also, "Tho Van Patton Shoals," in Spartan
burg District ; 250 acres of good Land, with
good Dwelling aud Mill. This ?B perhaps tho
moat desirablo water power in tho State-on
Enoreo Biver ami within live miles of the
Atlanta and Charlotte Air-line Road. A
never-failing stream, and with seventy-live to
eighty feet fall, for manufacturing purposes,
this place has uo superior. Also, a valuable
LOT,on Wost sido Main street, botwoon islan?
ding and Laurel, 52) feet front, running back
416 feet. Liberal terms will bo given.
?Applyto JAMES G. GIBBES, or Rev. JOHN
FIELDING, Columbia. Nov 13 f