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VKiiaAiLij?i?, March 22.-Thiers sent
another circular to prefects of depart?
ments, informing them that advices re
ooived hy the Government from all tbe
provlooes are re-assuring. Attempts tc
create disorders everywhere failed. lu
Paris, oiiizenu are organizing for sup?
pression of the revolution. An army,
now numbering 47,000 men, protects the
Government und Assembly at Versailles,
which are rapidly becoming master of
events. A proclamation is about to be
issued warning insurgents to lay down
their arms. Lyons, Marseilles and Bor?
deaux, where troubles were anticipated,
remaiu tranquil. These official repre?
sentations oaunot be doubted. The Go?
vernment is hourly growing stronger,
backed by the Assembly ami supported
by the country, with a majority of tbe
citizens of Paris iu its favor, und sur?
rounded by a constantly increasing
army. It already is formidable, and be
gius to inspire wholesome fear of its
p ?wer. New prefects have been ap?
pointed for eighb en departments.
PAMS, March 22-Night.-Quiet con?
finaos. The Nationals are encamped on
the Pn.ee Vendome. Thc genera! opin?
ion is that the new Government is inca?
pable of providing work for the people.
Tbe military and administrative func?
tions of the people say they ought to ko
entrusted to energetic R-'pub'ioans.
VERSAILLES, March 22 -Order is ho?
ing gradually re-established iu Paris. A
signifiant demonstration made by dis?
ciplined citizens hud a beneficial effect.
The Mobiles have offered to assist the
Government against anarchy. The Go?
vernment circular closes by declaring
that all good citizens may feel re-assured.
Canrobert made overtures to Tiners,
which were well received.
BlinniN, Maroh 23.-It is reliably
stated that the return of French prison?
ers has been stopped for the present.
VERSAILLES, March 23. -All the princi?
pal Imperial ofiioura have returned to
Franco from imprisome.nt in Germany,
and without exception, are retiriug from
military service. An adverse report was
made in the Assembly upon a bill for the
eieutiou of a munieipalitv in Paris.
Favre read a letter from Bismarck,
saying that events iu Paris did not indi?
cate an execution of the convention
entered into with the Germans, uud inti?
mating that unless the provisions of the
convention were carried out, he would
open fire npou tbe city. This created
great excitement in tho Assembly, and
Favre intimated, if Pans holds ont, that
the Government would co operate with
WASHINGTON, March 23.-Paris de?
spatches are very exciting There is in?
tense excitement b -cause of the Nation?
als firing into a crowd desiring to pass
into the districts occupied by the insur?
gents. Fighting is apprehended to?
night. It is reported Bismarck has in?
formed Thiers that the Ger ?aus will oc?
cupy Puris on Sunday, uuless Thiers is
then master of tho situation.
CHEYENNE, March 22.-At a district
court, which met here yesterday, four
ladies were on thu jury. Au lud?an was
fouud guilty of murder and sentenced to
NEW YORK, March 22.-At a session of
the Fenian Brotherhood, to-day, John
Savage, Chief Executive, made a long
address. He rebuked the exiles re?
cently arrived from Ireland, for their
dictatorial course iu seeking to destroy
the Feuiau organization in this country,
that they might establish a secret direc?
tory, composed of themselves, for
custody of the funds of the organization.
The resolve not to yield the name of
Fenian was enthusiastically cheered.
WASHINGTON, Ma-ch 23.-Tho Senate
is discussing the bearings of Anthony's
resolution restricting business. Trum?
bull holds that construction extremists
would exclude tho consideration of the
question of adjournment, Matters are
iu a snarl.
Bout well and Robeson spent tho most
of the day ia the capital.
Nomination;-J. H. Huber, ca Ap?
praiser of Merchandise at Louisville.
Coniirmations-Forney, ns Collector < f
Customs at Philadelphia; Jennings, as
Asse.-sor of the Third Alabama Distrie'.
lu tho Senate, Sumner, in spite of op?
position, read until the expiration of the
moruitig hour from a resolution on Do?
minica, showing that the United States
naval forces are operating to prevent u
freo expression by the peuple of Domi?
nica. Pomeroy introduced u bill which,
after describing the condition ol' affair*
alleged to exist in some portions of the
South, concludes us follows: The Presi
dent is beieby authorized, if convinced
of the fuc:s us herein set forth, at his
discretion, to issue n proclamation de?
claring martial law to be enforced in
such specified County or District of tho
country; und in uddition to thu militia
force provided (or in said Act of 1705,
ho is to employ the army aud navy of
tho United States to suppress any resist?
ance to the laws of the United States,
and to bring to trial uny persons charged
with crimes against the United States,
or against auy cttizoti thereof, who, by
tho laws and Constitution of the United
States, is entitled to the free and equal
protection of the laws. All i-uch persons
are to be tried, and if convicted, pun?
ished according to the rules aud articles
of war; and tho President is authorized
to suspend the writ of habeas corpus in
such Districts for the time being, re?
porting his notion to Congress ut its next
In the House, a resolution that the
Houso adjourn on Monday to December
was pulsed by 112 to 96. A bill bridg?
ing tho Arkansas River at Little Rock
was passed, and goes to the President.
Tho President's message was read, and
was followed by a sharp debate upon a
motion, which was finally adopted, to
refer it to a committee of nine. The
committee is ns follows: Shellabarger,
Butler, of Mass., Schofield, Dawes,
Blair, of -Miohigan. Thomas, Morgan,
Kerr and Whithouee.
Tho following is tho President's mes?
A condition of nflairs exists, in some
of the States of tbe Union rendering hie
and property insecure and the carrying
of the mails and the collection of reve?
nue dangerous. Proof that such a con?
dition of affairs exists tn some localities
is uow before the Senate. That power
to correct t .ese evils is beyond tbe con?
trol of State authorities, I do not doubt ;
that the power of the Execntivo of the
United States, acting within the limite
of existing laws, is insufficient for the
present emergencies is not olear; there?
fore, I urgently recommend such legis?
lation as, in the judgment of Congress,
shall effectually secure life, liberty and
property and the enforcement of the law
iu all parts of the United States. It
may be expedient to provide that such
law as shall be passed in pursuauoe of
this recommendation shall expiro at the
end of tho next session of Congress.
There is no other subject on which I
would recommend legislation duriug thu
(Signed) U. S. GRANT, President,
Weather report-The storm centre on
Wednesday evening in Illinois was, this
tnoruiug, on Luke Ontario, and is now
in tho valley of the St. Lawreuce, iu
Canada, lirek aud fresh wiuds have
circled around it in its rapid progress to
the North-east. Light rain and snow
havo been reported from Lake Ontario
to Lake Michigan. Miuor areas of low
pressure now exist in the Southern aud
middle States. Cloudy weather has pre?
vailed on tho lakes aud in the Eeastern
States; hazy and partially clear weather
in the middle and Southern States;
cloudy and clearing up weather cu thu
Gulf. The pressure is stationary in the
Rocky Mountains aud.falling, with light
rain and clouds on tho Pacific coast.
Probabilities-Riding barometer and
clear or clearing up weather are proba?
ble Friday from the Gulf to tho upper
lakes. Btisk aud high winds, followed
by a decided fall iu thu temperature and
clearing up weather, will probably bo
experienced iu the Southern and middle
CHARLESTON, March 23.-Arrived
schooners Merrill C. Hart, Green port,
L I. ; Benjamin Garlside, Philadelphia;
Wm. B. Manu, Baltimore.
ViCKsnuuG, Miss., March 23.-A fire
on tho levee, between Chi tia and Clay
streets, destroyed three-fourths of a
block. Loss $40,000; partly iusured.
MURDER AND SUICIDE.-Some time ago
ii mau named Henry Yans was sent to the
penitentiary, from Belmont County, for
manslaughter. His conduct while in
prison was so exemplary that ho was re?
commended for a pardon, tho more espe?
cially as his confinement, it was stated,
was undermining bis health. During
his absence from home, his cousin, we
are iuformed, a man named Moses Kline,
became very intimate with Yaua' wife.
The pardon came to the convict and he
hastened to bis homo iu Heurysburg, ou
the pike, a few miles West of St. Clairs
ville, when he learned that his wife had
been fulse, and that Kline was her be?
Ou Thursday evening last he met
Kline in a saloou, we understand, aud,
drawing u revolver, he shot him through
the breast, tho ball passing in just below
tho heart. The wounded maa very
coolly walked out of the saloon, and told
some gentlemen he met that Yaua had
shot bim. While they were proposing
to bim to go for a physician, Kltue fell
to the ground and had to be carried to a
surgeon. While tho doctor was examin?
ing tho wound, some one suggested that
Yans should bo captured, and a search
wus instituted. He was found iu the sa?
loon dead. Ile had blown his own
bra i nu out.
I Wheeling (W. V.) Register, Saturday.
A SHOCKING MURDER.-Daniel Ellis
aud wife were murdered in their house
iu the village of Rawsonville, near Ypsi?
lanti, Michigan, on Saturday morning.
The bloody deed was dono with au axe,
which was found near tho bodies. The
murderer is snpposed to bo Franklin
Eilis, son of the deceased. Ho wus ar?
rested itt Ypsilauti Saturday night, it is
supposed waiting fora train on which to
escape. He has for some time shown
signs of mental derangement.
On Sunday night, at Rocky Mount,
nays tho Raleigh Telegram, Wm. Baker,
negro, of Titrboro, shot and killed his
paramour, B-Ttio Moore, mulatto, for?
merly of Newbery, for infidelity, and
immediately blew out bis own brains.
Aware of tho fact that most all ?ur mer?
chants South havo bought very light for the
?liminer, wc havo purchased heavier than
ever, and to-day own the moat valuable stock
wo ever handled. Our idea is that in overy
community there aro prudont people, who al?
ways have money laid away for "rainy days."
Those will want goods, and nice goods, and
wo want to supply them; theroforo, wo have
established a Sample Bureau with our busi?
ness, from which wo sond samples of all
goods requested for selection, and then for?
ward tho goods by Express, O. O. D. in all
cases, guarantooing ontiro satisfaction. Tor
sons doairing to avail themselves of haring a
ono hundred and fifty thousand dollar stock
spread out, as it wore, almost at their door to
select from, will order samples of auch gooda
as they dcHiro to buy, aud wo will guarantee
they cnn savo ten dollars ou every forty bought
of our bonne. Samples sent free excopt to
points not reached by mail. Add nun
H. C. SHIVER & CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
R. C. HniVEB.
DAVID JON LB. March 23 3mo
S3- Every paper in tho Stato within 100
miles of Columbia copy once and scud bill.
WIN An VW\t, ABD ??WWIBBOiAL.
COLUMBIA, S. G., March 24.-Sales of
cotton, yesterday, 07 bales-middling
LIVERPOOL, March 28-Noon.-Cotton
opened firmer-uplands 7H?7%', Or?
le ?ns 7%@7%; sales 18,000 balfe.
LIVERPOOL, March 23-Evening.
Cotton quiet and steady-uplands 7)?;
Orleans 7%; sales 14.000 bales; specula?
tion and oxport 3.000.
NEW YORK, March 23-Noon.-Flour
and wheat quiet and unchanged. Corn
quiet and steady. Pork dull, at 21.00?
21.25. Lard quiet, at 12? ?@12??. Cot?
ton Bteady-uplands 15*4; Orleuus 15%;
(tales 2,000 bales. Freights dull. Uu
vernmeuts dull and weak. Stocks strong
but not so firm as before call. Money
essy, at 4. Gold heavy, at 10J?. Ex?
change-lon? 0%; short lO^n
7 P. M.-Money easy, at 4(a>5. Sterl?
ing 9%(firj9J8\ Gold li@.llJn'. Govern?
ments dull and heavy; G2s 12%. South?
erns dull and heavy. Tennessee's G3^u';
new G3*,.'. Virginias 06; now 09%.
Louisianas GO; uew G3; levees 73%; 8s 85.
Alabamas lui; 5s G8. Georgias 82; 7s
90. North Curolinas4G; new 25. South
Carolinas 75; new GG,J.<. Cotton steady,
with sales of 4,804 bules-uplands IS.'.j.
Flour-Sont hern dull and unchanged;
common to good extra 7.00@7.GO; good
to choice 7G5@9 00. Whiskey 91@91]?.
Wheat favors buyers-winter red sod
amber Western 2.71(a)2.73. Corn a
shade firmer, at 84@S5%. Pork dall, at
21.00. Beef quiet. Lurd-kottlo 12%.
Freights quiet ?nd firm.
CINCINNATI, March 23.-Corn in good
demand st full prices. Mess pork droop?
ing, at 20.00. Flour droopiug-family
6.30?G.50. Lnrd drooping, at 11%.
Bacon dull and drooping-shoulders
7%; clear sides 10%. Whiskey un?
BAI?TIMORE, March 23.-Flour firm
and low grades fairly active. Wheat
quiet and easier for prime and choice.
Corn steady-white 85; yellow82. Pork
weak, at 20.75. Bacon quiet-shoulders
9@9>?. Lard steady. Whiskey dull,
st 91. Cotton quiet and firm-middling
14%; receipts 5G0 bales; eales 385; stock
NORFOLK, March 23.-Cotton steady
and offerings light-low middling 18)^(3)
13%; receipts 1,255 huies; euleB luO;
NEW ORLEANS, March 23 -Flour dull
and drooping-superfine to double 6 50;
treble 7.U0. Pork dull and lower-mess
21.50. Bacon dull and lower, at 8}?@
11%; sugar-cured bams 15%@1G. Lard
dull mid lower-tierce 12%(a)12%; keg
13.l?'@13%. Sugar firmer-prime 9%($
10; htrictly prime 10%@10?.j. Molasses
tirin-plantation reboiled 40(^50. Others
unchanged. Cotton active, at full prices
-middliug 14@14,1.,'; receipts 2,699
bales; sales 1G.0U0; stock 271,851.
CHARLESTON, March 23.-Cotton iu
fair demand and steady-middliug 13%;
receipts3GG bales; sales500;stock23,950.
AUGUSTA, March 23.-Cotton closed
quiet, at 13)ij@13;^ for middling; sales
500 bales; receipts 480.
SAVANNAH, March 23.-Cotton in mode?
rate demand-middling 14; receipts 224
bales; sales 1,300; stock GO,085.
GALVESTON, March 23.-Cottou quiet
-good ordinary 12.?receipts 1,822
bales; sales GOO; stock 55,855.
WILMINGTON, March 23. -Cotton quiet
-middling 13'..'; receipts 57 huies; sales
28; stock 3.210.
BOSTON. March 23.-Cotton firm-mid?
dling 14%(?j?14)..< ; receipts 475 bales;
sales 550; stock 10 000.
MOBILE, March 23.-Cotton quiet
middling 14?,i; receipts 1,250; sales
1.000; stock 01,891.
JUST TH?JNK OF IT ! !
Can Buy very fine Alpacas at
25 cts. per Yard.
_/\_Ni> a host of other cheap Articles which
will be suld at only a nomiual profit.
Call, see, and bo your own judge.
At C. F. JACKSON'S,
Dry Goods Dc 1er,
March 19 Main Street.
m mm mn
WlLL closo IN A FEW DA Yd. Tho stock
is yet complete Moko your selections at
The storowill opon THIS MORNING at 0
o'clock, and remain open t i il 8 o'clock P. M.,
in nrd^ t? accommodate all. Mai ch 23 3
Bacon, Flour, &c.
4f\f\f \ LR.-?. C. R. IJACON SIDES,
.1 f\J\J 5,000 lbs. Bacon Shoulders,
3.000 lbs. White bulk Shoulders,
3,000 lbs. White Balk Sides,
3,000 Ibu. Smoked bides,
150 barrels Extra Family Flour,
150 barrels Super Flour,
150 barrels choice Super Flour,
luO barr?le dioico Ano Flour,
100 kegs primo kottlo rendered Leaf Lard,
For sale low to dealers by
WELLS A CALDWELL,
Near O. fi C. IL IL Depot, Columbia, S. C.
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
near tho eornerof Blanding, Forterms,
apply to Dr. John Lynch, or
Feb 22 HENDRIX A*. BRO.
"AT WH. D. LOVE & COX
Baring largely increased our stock of
MO HE of those SATIN STRIPE and PLAID
More ot those Satin Stripe and Plaid Cam?
Moro of thoso Satin Slripo and Plaid Piques,
Moro of these Chinese Lawns for Walking
Beautiful Fancy Figurod PiquoB.
Wo havo tho finest assortment of Needle
Works, Lace Collars and CufLs in the city-all
Lad icu' Niagara Ties, in exquisit?, shades to
contrast Spring Suits,
Ladios' Under-wear; also, Victoria and Chi?
nese Lawn Suits. Thia department is a new
feature, and exhibits an endless variety of
thone goods, ai d is und-r thu management
of a lady of oxquieito tasto aud largo experi?
Do NOT FonoF.T that we koop a largo stock
of Faucy Cashmeres, Tweeds and Colton
Hosiery and Gloves-beat makes,
Dornest ic Gonda, at low ruling cotton pt ices.
Mattings, Oil Cloths and Carpeta-ftesh
Our Wholesale nouso is woll stocked, ready
to supply tho trado at prices as low as any
house South. We sell on the one price sys?
tem and Tor cash. W. D. LOVE.
Mtroli 19 _ _B H MoC SEER Y.
CHILDS & WILEY,
GEMS' FCR\lSm\G GOODS,
HATS, TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS,
(Successors to W. J. Hoke. )
TT7ILL continue the business at tho old
YT stand, Main street.
We will sell the recent purchase at New
Como and soc our new stock of SPRING
GOODS now arriving, and purchased by that
experienced and artiotic clothier, (i. M. JOHN?
SON. L. D. CHILDS.
March 17 f2mo JOHN S. WILEY.
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two veara old, at
Fei? 21 JOHN C. SE ROERS'
New Kai si ns, Figs, Citron, &c
I f\iv, WHOLE, half and quarter boxes
II |V> new LAYERRAlSlNtaand ClfRON,
50 half drums Smyrna FIGS,
English Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts and
Almonds, fresh and for eale low.
Doc 13 EDWARD HOPE. _
Tho Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned havo re?
moved their Stables to tho new
building, imn-ediatoly South of
.lanney's Hall, and, with a now
fotoek of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES ?tu?, fine HOUSES, aro prepared to au
?wer all calls that may be made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Persons in waut of good stock, are invitad to
give us a call. Liberal advances made on
stock left for salo. BOYUE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. H. PETTINOII.I.. Jan 24
Improved Seed Planter.
PARTIES wanting either the Ham or
Denian PLANTER will scud their orders
at once. Wo aro now well supplied, hut later
in tho season do not think we will bo able to
meet tho demand.
Feb 18 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,"
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CHARLOTTE. Ar. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON, Com. Flonr,
Bacon, Lard, Ac , and Family Groceries
generally. Orders lilied carefully and prompt?
ly. Fol) 7 lyr
DR. D. L. BOOZER
f^*ScCr3b> WOULD respectfully inform
'TnrvSS?Sfc '''s patrons and the publie ge
^-*JJLEL7 ncrally that he has moved into
his now oflicn, over Dollie A Chapman's Book?
store, oppo-ito tho Columbia Hotel, where be
is prepared to execute, satisfactorily, all ope?
rations ami work, of whatsoever kind his pro?
fession demand.-.. Terms accommodating.
White's Gardening for the South,
BY tho lato Wm. A. Whilo, of Athens, Ga.
HOLMES* SOUTHERN FARMER and MAR?
KET GARDENER. $1 50.
Tho Phosphate Rocks ot South Carolina,
their History and Developments-Colored
Plates. (1 25.
Six Sermons on Temperance, by Lyman
Sacred Rhetoric; or a Course of Lectures on
Preaching, IL L. Dahuey, D. D. #1.GU.
Any above sent by mail.
DUFFIE ?t CHAPMAN,
Feb 19 OenoaiM tMnlwrnM* ll???id
Fruits, Flowers and Vegetables, &c.
7pr POPULAR FLOWERS, and how to
.J cultivate them. By Rand.
The City Fruit Garden and its Culture. By
Thomas Rivers. Thirteenth edition, ll 00.
Peach Culture, liv J. A. Fulton, of Del.
Tho Orapo Cutlurist. By Fuller, il 50.
Tho Southern Gardener. Bv White, of
Georgia. t? 00.
Practical Floricnltnro for tho Amateur.
By Henderson, il 50.
Bidet's Family Kitchen Gardener, il .00.
Guenon on Mich Cows and.the Dairy. 75c.
Tho Gentleman's Stable Guido. By McLuro.
Tho Trotting Horses of America; How to
Train and Dnvo them. t2 25.
Profesior Holmes' \Yoik on Phosphate
Rock. For salo by
Feb 28 BRYAN A MnOARTER.
Seed Irish Potatoes.
~| r\(\ BBLB. PINK EYES. Chili Reds,
lAJv/ Early Rose, Early Goodrich ano
Peach Blows, for salo low for cash only.
Fob 3 _ FD. HOPE.
Meriti Meat ! ! Meat i ! !
THOMAS W. POPE (informs the
ipnblio that tho best BEEF, PORK,
"HUTTON and SAUSSAGE, in the
_ l.narkct, can be found at Stall No. 7.
Give me a call. Dec 28 3tno
"YyE aro NOW RECEIVING and offer Tor
AN DS18?ALLY ATTRACTIVE
STOCK OF GOODS,
FOR THE SEASON.
Wo .bog to call the especial attention of
To eomc of tho LEADERS, and advise thom
TO CALL EARLY
And make their eoloctione, as it ia impossible
to duplicate some of tho gooda at the prices
thoy arc now offered.
A full line of colors in narrow STRIPED
A nico assortment of spring FRENCH
All tho new shades in JAPANESE CLOTHS.
Tho newest pattorne in PIQUES and
OTHER WHITE GOODS.
3,000 yarda THIN TED MUSLINS, feet
colors, at 10c.
All the Departments
Are fully replenished and Kimi AnnciJC is
HA UKEO AT TIIK LOWEST CASU 1'IiIOB.
Partios who aro not aoenstomed to buying
can roly on ns, and depend on getting aa good
taluo for their money aa if they were the mont
expert buyers. Wo ask from all an examina?
tion of our goods, and fcol assured that every
ono that aces them will bc pleaaed and hu}
J. H. & M. L. KIN ABD.
Sate tor Foreclosure.
BY virtuo of a power of ?Ito moy to me
givon by Robert II Walton, 1 will sell
before the Court House lu Columbia, on the
FI KMT MONDAY in April next, at 10 o'clock
A. M.. atpnblio auction.
All that BO?SR and LOT on Tailor street,
fronting thereon fifty-three feet, more or leas,
bounded Kaut by lands late of said Itobort H.
Walton, South by lauds of Samuel Fair, de?
ceased, and West hy lots of Southern Express
Company, Dr. Irwin and estate of G. V. Ant?
werp, containing one quarter of an acre, more
or leas. Terms cash. G KO. L. DIAL,
March ll t Attorney bv Hpecial Power.
Sale for Foreclosure.
BYviTtuo nf a power of attorney given to
?ne, I will soil, at unblic auctiou, before
tho Court Hotiso, at Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDaY iu April next,
All that lot, pioco, parcel or tract of LAND,
situate, lying and being iu the city of Colum?
bia, but ting and hounding to tho North on
Oervai? street; to tho East on Gate? nt reel; to
ibo South on land late of Oeorge Glenn, and
to tho Weat ea lot of Martha A. Oletin. Terms
ca-d?. JoHN AGNEW, Ja.,
M*rcb 12 flO Special Attorney in faot^
NEW STORE !
NEW GOODS ! NEW PRICES!
OUR fripnda will find us in tho new largo
brick building nearly oppotdle oar old
si and, where wo will bo i; lad to welcome them,
and offer tho
Largest Stock of Goods,
We havo evor bad. Our heavy sales within
tho laut two months bas convinced us that
I the ONLY hWI'KM IS LOW PUICES AND QUICK
SALES, aud ibis shall in future, be our niotto.
Wo ofter tho LA KG Ii ST STOCK OF GOODS
in tho city, at the lowest pricea, most of it
having boen purchased for cash rince the late
d< cline. If ibis is not true, wo will pay for
lying. LOKICK A LOWRANCE.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into the manufacture ot
BUICK and QUAURYING ot GRANITE,
anti perchant d nf Messrs. Wright A %'inn, one
ot their new patent Prick Machines, capable
or turning out trom 40,000 to G?.OOO bricks per
day, are now prepared to make contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired Apply to HARDY SOLOUON, at hin
store, or at tho South Carolina Rank and
I'rni-t Gompnny. Sept- 8
Morrell's I'etp Well Pump and Fire
THE undersigned. Agent for tho above
PUSH'S, highly i coom m end H them to the
public, as a valuable article in case ot fire.
They are cheap, durable and very effective,
as the following cert ideate will show:
1 hereby certify that one of tho above
Pumps saved our ontire mill from destruction
by fire a few weeks ago.
JASIES N. JONES,
Superintendent for Whitlock A Stack, near
Ma, ch limo_RICHARD TOZER.
3?H A ACRES or LAND in Barnwell,
.OVJU on the Edisto.
7.in AC h KS m Kershaw-in lol s to snit.
Saw Mill and 2.DUO aerts of Land in lexing?
ton, on North Edisto, $7,(:00.
2 500 aurea Wat cree Bottom Land, 4t $2 per
2 500 acres creek bottom and pine Land, at
$2 per aero.
1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSKand thirteen acres LAND, near the
city-$8 500. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attoruev at Law and Real Estate Agent.
Sept 25 _ Iv
A COMPLETE assortment of two
and four seat Passenger CARRI?
AGE has just been rt oeived at the Reposito?
ry, corner Lady and Assembly streets. The
.itisl and most stylish patterns lunn been
selected with caro, from some of the best
builders iii the country: and tho stock never
has been surpass* d in design or finish hy any
off. red here. Pri?es moderato.
li?e 115 W.K O KEEN FIELD,
IVE. ZEE. BERRY'S
Plant Strett, near Main,
NOW oil band and daily re?
iving from the manufac?
tories or New York, Beeton,
Cincinnati and Louisville, the
largest assortment of FUR
MTUKECVI I kept in this market, consisting
in purl et Walnut Parlor, Chunda rand Din
iug-Ronui Suits; 200 bedsteads of different
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, the
celt brined Georgia Split-lottom Chairs.
All kind? td MATTRESSES mado to order.
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done at
shortest notice and in the best manner.
Terms ea sh ami Pends cheap. Oct 80
1MIOSE who have lost several Natural
Teeth, and havo been advined to part
with remaining sound ones, aa the first step
towards obtaining artificial substitua H. are
requested, before submitting to a practice,
cruel in itself and often unnecessarily per?
formed, lo convince themselves of its fallacy,
hy looking cloe ely into a matter of so much
Tho above improvement was designed to re?
sist HO deplorable a practice, and after a tho?
rough 'est ol more than three years, is found
capable of accomplishing ?bat no other sys?
tem of Artificial Dentistry baa heretoforodone,
it ia now possible to obtain narlial c.-sea.
which will tavo tor years Natural Teeth, and
he al tho same time renaldo in every respect.
An invitation ia hereby given to such as
reel interested to call at our Operating
Rooms, and examine duplicate specimens of
cases newitt actual uso.
Nov li t RKYNOLDS A RFYNOLPB.
Oharlotte, Columbia & Augusta R.R. Co.
CHARLOTTE, March 1, 1871.
riMIIS Company will continue to receive
A. money on deposit or loan fur six months
)C longer, and pay interest on Ibo samo at the
rate of ten per cent, pei annum. Deposits
or l iana may bc made with tho Treasurer of
tho Company ut Columbia, M. P. Pegram,
Cashier, or tho undersigned.
March 5 2?no President.