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THE SAXIZBDHQ CONFERENCE-FOOT AND
MOTJTH DISEASE-ROSSEL SENTENCED TO
DEATH-THE GOVERNMENT TO REMAIN
AT VERSAILLES-PRUSSIANS EVAOUATINO
FRANCE, AO., AO.
LONDON, September 8.-The confer?
ence of Salzburg was most friendly on
both sides. Tbe people availed them?
selves of the event to have a gala day.
A grand dinner was given, to-night, and
there is also a brilliant illumination of
the surrounding hills.
PARIS, Soptember 8.-Montrfndon, in
the Department of Douba, has been sus?
pended from tho exorcise of his func?
tions, because ho made preparations de?
spite prohibition of the Versailles autho?
rities to celebrate on the 14th instant
tho anniversary of the inauguration of
LONDON, Septombor 8.-There wore
1,873 cases of foot and mouth disease in
tho County of Norfolk, last week.
PARIS, September 8.-The committee
to whom was referred the proposition to
depart Communists to California will
Latest Algerian news is favorable.
VERSAILLES, September 8.-The trial
of Rossel has terminated! His sentence
ia military degradation and death. Gam?
betta will defend members of tho preRS.
MADRID, September 8.-?3,750" have
been raised for a monument to Prim.
VIENNA, Septombor 8.-Tho Moravian
elections give the Government a two
thirds majority in the now house for tho
realization of the policy of tbe equality
of all Austrian nationalities.
LONDON, September 9.-Tho beautiful
Duohess of St. Albane, only twenty-two,
died in child-bed.
The Empress Eugenio has embarked
VERSAILLES, September 9.-Tho re?
moval of the Government to Paris, after
?four days' debate, was defeated.
PARIS, September 9.-The Prussians
.commence the evacuation of the depart?
ments near Paris to-morrow.
BERLIN, September 9.-The cholera is
.diminishing greatly in North Germany.
LONDON,- Soptember 9.-Seward bas
EXTEN8IVE POISONING-RIGHTEOUS VER?
DICT-O'DONOVAN ROS8A A OANDIDATE*
KABTIAL LAW HANGING EIRE-TERRIFIC
HURRICANE-MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE
* DELINQUENT REVENUE OFFICIALS' BONDS?
MEN TO BE PROSECUTED-MU HE ER AND
?SUICIDE, AC, AC.
PHILADELPHIA, September 8.-Last
week, a large private party made a stearn -
[boat excursion down the bay from Wil?
mington. Next day nearly the whole of
the party suffered from symptoms of
poisoning, and a number of respectable
families now have one or more members
seriously sick. The cases have not boon
alarming, but they seem annoying and
-distressing, and ouo peculiar feature is
that after the person seems to have en?
tirely recovered, he ia seized again with
as much severity as before. One doctor
is said to bo treating not less than forty
oases suffering from tho unfortunate in?
JACKIN, MISS., September 8.-Judge
Tarbell was, to-day, brought beforo tho
United States Oom missioner, under tho
enforcement apt. Waiving examination
he waa admitted to bail in the sum of
31,000 for bia appearance at the United
States Court,' in January next. The of?
fense consisted in telling certain Repub?
lican officials that unless they supported
'Capt. Lake, one of the Republican can?
didates for Sheriff, at the ensuing elec?
tion, ho would urge their removal from
o flic e.
WASHINGTON, Septombor 9.-O'Dono
.van Rossa, the Fenian, has accepted tho
independent candidature for Register of
New York city and County.
The Federal Attorneys have been or?
dered to press cases against delinquent
revenue oiTseers and their bondsmen.
The declaration of martial law in cer?
tain South Carol jua Counties, hangs fire.
Reports to tho War. and Treasury De?
partments'do not substantiate Kn Klux'
Chairman . Scott's. nflldayita or ?tate?
me uta. . ' ' ' ' . " '; '" ''
ST. JOHNS, September 9.-Renforlh'a
death was caused by great mental excite?
ment and over-exertion. The lungs'were
engorged with blood; no.trace ,9! poison
was found in tho viscera. The' verdict
eli the jury was that he came to his death
from congestion of tho lungs, caused by
SAN FRANCISCO, September 9.-A ter?
rifia hurricane swept the Sandwich
Islands, damaging the sugar cano trees
and bouses; but no lives were lost.
LONDON, September 9?-Don CarloB
advises his adherents, to accept amnesty
and return to Spain.
NEW YORK, September .9.-J. W.
Camp, ono of tho proprietor;; of the
Journal of Comrjierce, is dead. '
Col. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, of
Paris, and Mrs. Caroline Leroy Appleton
Edgar, (grand-daughter of Daniel Web?
ster,) were married to-day.
LOUISVILLE, September 9.-It is re?
ported that Cairo detectives have arrest?
ed the parties who commit tod the Mos?
cow express robbery, on the Mobile and
Ohio Railroad. The parties live in the
vicinity, and were heretofore unsus?
A project is afoot for a narrow gauge
railroad from Paduoah to Paris, Tenn.
The Coroner's inquest on the accident
elicits the fact that tho engineer was run?
ning a now onginOj and miscalculated its
momentum. The train went consider?
ably beyond the point at whioh it would
have stopped nndor ordinary circum?
Seventy-five thorough-breds aro al?
ready at Lexington. Harper and Gen.
Abe Buford are there with their atablea.
A Scotch man, named Gooder, whipped
Joo Goburn in a free fight.
r NIGHT DESPATCHES. I ; . J1 '
WASHINGTON, September 7.-.-The
Post Offlae Department having informa?
tion that the Alabama and Chattanooga
Kn?road is running betweeu Attala and
Meridian, directs mails for that section,
via Dalton, Borne and Jacksonville, and
thence to Attala, by stage.
Probabilities-Cloudy weather is pro?
bable for Sunday, from Lake Erie "to
Missouri. Clear weather, with rising
barometer, North of this area. South?
erly winds, with light rain, on tho Gulf
ooast. West of Florida. Cloudy weather
and North-westerly winds, on tho South
Atlantic ooast; falling barometer, with
increasing cloudiness, and Easterly
winds in tho middle and Eastern States.
CniCAGO, Septembor 9.-Marsh Law?
rence, of Kansas, who was partially in?
sane on account of the derth of his
father, killed bis wifo, child aud himself j
with a razor.
NEW YOKE, Septembor 9.-Tho I
World's Bpeoial says a meeting was ar
ranged afc Lausanne, Switzerland, for
Thiers aud Gortschakoff.
The "Springville Giant" is tho name
given to tho big cheese mado ut the
Springville factory, Erie County, for tho
international exhibition. It contains
ono day's milking of 2,200 cows, 30,000
pounds of milk, aud weighs 3,000
RICHMOND, VA., September 9.-Over
$]o.OOO.Ono of th? State debt bas been
funded to date-being one-third of tho
CHARLESTON, September 9.-Arrived
steamers Manhattan, New York; Falcon,
Baltimore. Several outward bound
steamers havo been detained by tho
heavy North-east gale.
Two fever deaths in the last twonty
NASHVILLE, September 9.-Tho Ger
maus are preparing a banquet for Carl
Schurz. A meeting was held to-day, ir?
respective of party, to prepare the re?
SAN FKANC?SCO, Soptember9.-Booth's
mnjurtty is about 0,500. Alvord, tho
tax-payers' candidate for mayor, is elect?
ed by 2,000 majority.
An American killed a Chiuaman, near
Oakland. The Chinaman was stealing
PANAMA, September 2.-Salvador aud
Honduras have appointed commissioners
to oonsult upon the policy of the forma?
tion of a Central American federation.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, September 9.-A
hurricane occurred on tho 21st, at Anti?
gua Island, and every estate was da?
maged. The loss is immense. Fivo
churches were prostrated in Tatola Isl?
and, 800 houses and forty estates were
destroyed iu St. Kittz Island. Tho
growing orops were destroyed in the Isl?
and of Saba.
KlNANi;i/VI. AN i> uonnsiHiiiAij.
NEW YORK, September 9-Noou.
Flour 19@20o. better. Wheat 2@3o.
better. Corn l@2c. better. Pork steady,
13.60? 13.02J?. Cotton quiet-uplands
20%; Orleans 21J?; Bales 1,000 bales.
Freights very firm. Stocks lively, but
prices weak. Gold very strong, afc l'?)?
@13%. Governments firm and steady.
Money easy, at 3. Sterling-long 8%;
7 P. M.-Specie shipments 8?58 """1.
The bank statement shows loans hav?_ Lu
oreased over 84,000,000; specie decrease
over 81,500,000; deposits decreased over
8500,000; legal tenders decreased nearly
?1,590,000. Cotton quiet; sales 1,205
bales-uplands 20%; Orleans 21^.
Flour-common to fair extra G.O0@6.9U;
good to choice 7.00?9.00. Wheat
closed heavy and noon's advance lost;
the rapid advance in freight checks ex?
port; winter red Western firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn closed heavy, aud tho advanoo
t lost-70. Pork steady. Beef quiet.
I Lard steady. Freights firmer. Gold
lS^Cr&lSJg. Governments very dull.
States dull but steady. Money free, at
BALTIMORE, September 9.-Cotton
closed easy-middling 2036; receipts
91; sales 123; stock 015. Flour excited,
with au advancing tendency; large trans?
actions aud pnces irregular-nominally
advanced 25o. Wheat active and firm.
Corn and provisions firm and unchanged.
Whiskey firm, at 92>??93.
CINCINNATI, September 9.-Pork in
good demand, at full prices-12.50; ask?
ing 12.75. Bacon sides 7}.i?7%\ shoul?
ders-stock withdrawn, anticipating
higher prices. Whiskey demand good,
LOUISVILLE, September 9.-Provisions j
opened firm, with upward tendenoy- I
rib sidos 7>4:.cleur rib 7>?. Packed lard
in fair demand, afc 9j^@9|?. Whiskey
firm? at 91. 1
CHARLESTON, September 9.-Cotton
steady-middling 19; receipts 106; sales
50; stock 3,962. I
MOBILE, Septembor 9.-Cotton quiet
middling. 19j? ? roceiptB 95 bales; exports
coastwise 13; Bales IOU; stock 5,296.
WDLMINGTON, September 9.-Cotton
firm-middling 19%; receipts 86; ox
ports coastwise 26; sales 60; stock 699.
BOSTON, September 9.-Cotton firm
middling 21^; receipts 133; Bales 400;
SAVANNAH, September 9.-Cotton in
looal demand-low middling 18>?@18^4 ;
receipts 53; sales 25; stock 3,153.
NEW ORLEANS, September 9.-Cotton
firm-middling 19>?; receipts 144; ex?
ports 2,660; sales 600; stock 23,152.
Pork firmer-mess 14.00 refused; 14.25
asked. Bacon firmer, at 7>?@9; ohoioe
sugar-cured bams scarce, at 16@16)?.
GALVESTON, September 9.-Cotton
steady-good ordinnry 17^; receipts
693 bales; exports 556; sales 400; stock
AUGUSTA, Septembor 9.-Cotton qniet
-middling 19(?)19>?; receipts 60 bales;
LIVERPOOL, September 9-3 P. M.
Cotton opened firm and closed quiet
uplands b%\ Orleans 9^4.
LONDON, September 9-Noon.-Con?
sols 93j)y. Bonds same.
FRANKFORT, September 9.-Bouda
PARTS, September 9.-Rentes 57f. 45c.
A'1 a tor m passed oVer Freemon t, Ne?
braska, yesterday, destroying the origino
boneo of the Sioux City and Puoillo
Railway, a wind mill, and a telegraph
line for half a mile. It aleo blew a oar
from a aide traok. The hail waa sovero,
breaking the windows generally. Seve?
ral buildings were injured by tho storm.
Tho following advertisement recently
appeared in tho Itecord: '*A country gen?
tleman (without family), who preaches
the doctrines of grace fully, desires a
temporary exchange of parish with a
real brother, similarly dealt with by
A visitor to New York said he stopped
at a bouse kept on tho European plan;
which, according to bia experience, is to
ohargo so much for tho uso of a room ;
you have no money iu the morning to
invest in a breakfast.
MrH. A. T. Stewart, in answer to a
friend who asked her why she dressed
so plaiuly, replied, "I can afford to do
so." Ono of tho advantages of being
rich, you see.
In tho suburbs of New York, Sunday
morning, prize fights como off regularly.
In the evening, the sin of tho lighting is
atoned for by sacred concerts.
Mrs. Mary Kingmau was recently
stung on thu bund by a wasp in Oak?
land, Indiana, aud died in twenty mi?
Owing io nervousness ot a railway sta?
tion, a lady crammed her wallet in her
mouth nud emptied a lemonade into her
A boy fivo years old is described on
the Jersey City police docket ns "an ha?
Maino claims, on tho authority of
Prof. Agassiz, to have been tho first
formed land in the new world.
A little child of Mr. D. Brogden, at
Atlanta, was drowned on Thursday even?
ing by fulling into a tub of water.
The Mount Zion Academy, at Wiuns
boro, is about being rebuilt.
A mounted club, to uso only sabre and
revolver, is to bo formed in Charleston.
Tito frienda and acquaintances of Mrs.
Smythe, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. McCormick and
Mr. JAS. F. SMYTHE, aro invited to attend
tho funeral uf the latter, at hie lato residence,
over Kiuard's Storo, THIS AFTERNOON, at
Our Own Glove.
W E are in receipt of tho li rat shipment of
a beautiful lino of KID GLOVES, manufac?
tured and importod for us, every pair of
which ia warranted. Money returned if tho
Glove breaks. ll. C. S?IVEU & CO.
Sept 10_ _
Female Seminary, Columbia, S. C.
TH E next session will cum meneo
/f/jH, ?n MONDAY, September 18, and
t^nHftaigcontinuo twenty weeks. Board
TMSV^SITN<* ^"K'''**1 Tuition, in advance,
\>V?^?li?i); Day Pupiln, half in advance,
4&J^ ttio other half 1st December,
English Branches $10-?25; Music, $20; An
cieut and Modern Languages, each, $10.
[ Sept 10 l|2thl_W. MULLER.
npHE members of tho Association Bnni Ie
JL rael, au well as tho visiting Israelites to
Columbia, are reqnoated to attend a nicotine:
at Odd Fellow's School Uouso.oi SUNDAY
MORNING, hoptoinber 10, at 10 o'clock. By
order of tho President. S. D. El'STIN,
GAS RILLS for the month of August are
now ready, and consumera aro requested
to call and settle promptly. All bills rcniain
I hie; unpaid on tho 15th will havo 5 per cent,
penalty attached. JACOB LEVIN,
Sept 0 3 Sec. Colnmbia Gas Co.
i Starch, Soap and Candles.
K f\ BOXES PEARL STARCH,
t)U 50 boxes Adamantino and Sperm Can?
100 boxes Extra Family Soap,
i DO boxes Olive and Century Suap.
V On hand and for sale low, al wholesale and
rjotail.Jby _ JOHN AGNEW .te SON.
Universal Life Insurance Company.
WE aro desirous of securing tho services
of a half do/.on active Canvassing
Agonta in South Carolina fur tho Universal
Lifo IiiMiranco Company, of New York, with
whom liberal terms will no made. Wo desire
also responsible. Local Agents for eauh town
in tho State. M. W\ GARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendent!) of Ag?ucu'8.
COLUMSIA, S. C., ?September 8, 1871.
_Sept^ 9_ _
MTHE commodious HOUSE recently
oceupiod by Mr*. E. I. Arthur, together
with tho luri<o Lot adjoining. AU ne?
cessary out-bouses on the premises completa.
Possession given immediately. Apply to
Sept S _ RKV. WM. MARTIN.
DIVINE Service iii tho PORTUGESE MIN
HAG will be hold nt Tempor?neo Hall,
during tho ensuing holidays. All Israelites
aro cordially aud earnestly invited to unite in
solemn prayers and thanksgiving to the God
of their ancestors during these solemn and
sacred days. Ampio room and accommoda?
tion for all.
Boah Uashanah Evening Scrvico FRIDAY,
the 15th instant, at li P. M.
Hept 8 C _L. CARR. Proaident.
TELE VACANT LOT, East aido of Richard?
son, between Lady and Gervais streets,
measuring on Richardson stroot 52 foet 2
inohes, ou East line 57 feet, on the North and
South 16D feet. Bounded North by tho lot on
which tho United States (Nickerson's) Hotel
stood, on tho South by Col. Thomas Davis.
This Lot is regarded as a li rat rato location
for a mercantile houso.
J. W. PARKER,
8opt7 12_Real Eatato Broker.
Old Virginia Hams.
a1,000 lbs. Virginia (conntry-curod)
HAMS, for sale by
SeptO EDWARD HOPE.
200 BUSHELS PURE RED OATS, for
^Psale; warranted puro and sound. Apply
JgLto BLAKELY fe GIBBES.
Sept 0 fi?_
A HOUSE, containing eight rooms.
Apply to WM. McGUINNIS.
Imported Alo and Porter.
CASKS-Pints-best brand?, in store
and for ualc GEO. SYMMERS.
Popular and Low-Priced Pry Goods
W. D. LOVE & CO.
WE bavo opened this season up to the
presont timo 150 packages of Choleo
Goods for Fall and Winter, selected willi
Sreat caro expressly for this market, bought
ireot from llrst hands, at much lose tuan re?
gular prices. All the departments aro now
Wo bavo a full line of DRESS GOODS, oom
?>riB?ug all the nev fabrics, such as Epaug
ines, Vulouis de Paris, Japuneso bilks, Pop?
lins, Cbullies, Ac, unrivaled for qualities,
stylus aud prices.
In CARPETS and R0G8, wo have ?arno of
the choicost goods produced thin season.
Wo havo a big stock of ULAN KE I'S,Shawls,
Cloaks, Saiks, Jackets, Cloths, Cassimcres,
Tweeds, Jeans, Linsoye, Cbcuks, Homespuus
aud Prints, which must bc sold to mako room
for moro on thc way.
A nico line of CLOAKING bv tho yard;
Our HOSIERY, Gloves and'Meriuo Under?
wear cannot bo excelled unv\\here.
Wo keep tho ufcU quality of TABLE DA?
MASK, Napkins, Doylies, Towels and Linens
in tho State for tho money-house keepers
muko a note of tb is.
Wo have a nico lino of Lad ios' white ready
made UNDER-CLOTHING, mado in the best
manner, of One material.
Our Lace and Embroidery Department
always contain the latent novelties. Ladies*
Fancy Silk Neck-Tics, in all the new styles.
Wo sell tho best White Dress Shirt in tho*city
for tho money. Wo solicit orders from city
or country, and invite all to inspect our stock,
which will bo shown freely.
Plenas remember wo keep oidv tho best
malton of Goods, and have but ONE PRICE.
W. I). LOVE * CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
Wi D. LOVE, Main street.
B. lt. MoCitEEKy Supt lt)
B. & V, C, SWAFFIELD
Kfe, HAVE JOST. RECEIVED
B??Bt thu larpent ami choicest stock gu
M^*B of READY-MADE CLOTH- If*
jf^Wni TT?" II ATS and FUHNI8H-?^UL
^*1NG GO )DS, that they have over
offered to the public, and embracing every
si/.o made. As we intend to do a larger trade
than wo have heretofore dono, v.o will be en?
abled to sell at a SMALLER PROFIT than
we havo heretofore done.
Our French styles of
CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
Aro acknowlodpod by all to bo the choicest
selection of Goods ever seen in this market.
Our style of GETTING UP GARMENTS will
be superior to anything we have heretoforo
Our stock of SHIRTS. SC A Rf S and UN?
DERWEAR need but to be seen to be appre?
HATS-wo havo all the latest styles.
Wo aro still makiug to order those perfect
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELB.
/T5~ Country merchants supplied a3 cheap
as any house South of New York; Sept 10
FANCY GROCERIES! ,
PERSONALLY selected on a recent visit to
New York; Boston, Philadelphia and Bal?
CRACKERS.-Arrow Root. Novelty, Corhill,
Exton, Butter, and all the other popular varie?
Peek, Preen A Co.'s London Biscuit, nnd
McKenzie ik McKenzie's Albert Biscuit.
SUNDRIES.-Anchovies, in small kegs; Au
chovy Pasto, Potted Ham and Tongue, Sea
Mos? Farine, Imperial Prunes, Dundee Mar- i
malade. Queen Olives, Capera: Currie Pow?
ders, French Mushrooms, Truffles, Crosso A
Blackwell Pickles, Loibeg'a Extract of Meat,
(gonuino;) Columbia River Canned Salmon,
Loa A Ben in's Worcester Saucu, Krudenburg
Frotes, Olivo Oil, Coleman's Double Super
lino Mustard, puro Spieos in variety, Flavor?
ing Extracts, Urandy Cherries, Bronia, Choco
TEAS.-Selected willi the utmost care ne to
quality and (.rico, tho assortment is very largo
anti completo, lowest to finest possible grades.
COl'TLES.-Roasted Java, fro* h weekly;
Laguayra, Santos, Mocha, Java and Rio.
Horsford's and Royal Baking Yeast Powdora.
lt alfords ns pleasure to show our stock, of
which tho above comprises but a moietv.
SoptO _GEORGE SYMMKUS. ,
!" CLEAR THE DECKS FOR ACTION."
M I1D? MILLIK
BOOTS S SHOES,
LARGEST IX THE SOUTH !
NOW A ll II I V I N ? .
TEE trade of thia place must concentrate.
Consumers of these goods must look to
their iutercBt. Our houso is ready, willing
and aldo to make thia the BEST MARKET IN
THIS SECTION FOll GOODS at ouco
FASHIONABLE AND CHEAP !
Tho history of all trade is that largo
amountB of goods are handled much cheaper
than small amounts. Buyers, look to your in?
terest! Hi O. SI1IVKK ?C CO.
New Shore Mackerel.
KITS, hair and wholo barreh, for sale low,
1,000,000 BER. Parties can
bo supplied at reasonable rates by applying to
JOHN E. GYLES,
Sept 'J At Hope's store.
Quotion ?Salce .
City Lota for Sale.
PURSUANT to an award of arbitration,
and by virtue of the powers conferred
in tho terms of submission of said arbitra?
tion, wo will sell, on tuo salo-day lo October
next, all the right, titlo ?nd interest of JOB.
Taylor, William Taylor and Lydia Hajnea
worth, children of Harriet Taylor, deceased,
and of Christopher Haynoaworth, husband of
tho said Lydia Haynosworth, in that lot of
LAND, in tho city of Columbia, with a brick
store thereon, fronting on Gervais street,
fifty-four feet two itjchos, more or lesB. and
butting and bounding to tho East on Gates
street 200 foot, moro or less, inclusivo of an .
alloy-way of eight feet; West, on lot belonging
now or formerly to tho ostatoB of Sally Brown
and Anna Bannister, and North on' lot bo
longing now or formerly to Wilson Glover, on
tho following terms, to wit: One-third cash,
and tho balance ou a crodit of one and two
years, secured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage of premises.
The said lot will bo Hold in two lots-one
fronting on QorvaiB street, tho other on
Gates. Moro particular dimensions will be
given on tho day of tho sale.
Purchasers to pay us for stamps and pa?
pers. JAMES D. TRADEWELL,
JOHN T. RHETT,
JOHN T. SLOAN, Jn.,
Sept 10 m2 Ol Arbitrators.
Wines and Liquors.
- At** THE undersigned bog leave to
V?vSi?ffii ..call tho attention of consumers
^grc*MaSfL, and wholesale purchasers, to
4K??SEra& their assortment of goodwin Hus
^?lino, which they aro offering at
prices which dofy competition. Their stock
consists in part ol
Choice OTA RD BRANDIES,
Domestic and California Brandies,
Cl?nico Old Ryo, Nectar and Mouogram
Common and Rectified Whiskies,
Old Port, Sherry, Madeira and Malaga
Ginger, Cherry and Blackberry Brandied,
Barclay, Perkins .fc Cu.'s Loudon Porter,
lounger's Sparkliug Alloa Ale,
Angostura Bitters, Staughton Bitters.
Champagnes of thc f jllowing choice brands:
Louis Roederor, Delmonico, Hledsoick, Carte
Blanche, Cabinet and California Champagnes.
Old Holland Gin, Wolfe's Schiedam
Schnapps, Jamaica Bum, otc, oto.
Sept 7_JOHN AGNEW k 8QN.
Before You Buy Stop and 8ee
HOWE SEWINGr MACHINE
POINTS OF SUPERIORITY.
SIMPLICITYgand perfection of median ism.
Durability-will last a life-time. Rango
of work without parallel. Perfootion of stitch
and tension. Ease of oporation and manage?
ment. Self-adjusting action. Parties wish?
ing machines will Und it to their advantage to
examine tho Howo Sowing Machine before
purchasing elsewhere. Omeo three doors
South of Dr. Hciuitsh's drug Btoro, Main
street._Bept C G
We open this day a
nice line of early
i of which we invite an
PORTER & STEELE.
August ilO _
TnE Proprietor of the "LITTLE STORE''
has just ritt urned from New York willi a neat'
Cheapest yet of tho season. Call aud aeo.'at
July 27 C. F- JACKSON'S, Main St.
WE ask uf buyers an examination of thu
following goods; ,
California Port Wine.
California Hock. . .
O. P. Gardner's North Carolina Corn.
Snit's, 1850, Ryo.
Old Virginia Glados.
Puro Cognac Brandy.
These aro all standard goods, and wo have
put tho prices right down to the bottom. Also,
cheap goods of all grades, the quality and
prices of which will certain!/ please the buyer
and save him rooney.
j Aug 27_L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
i THE MORRIS COTTON OIN
HAS DISTANCED ALL OTHERS.
AND is warranted to do it again. For fall
particulars, relative to these machines,
I address E. MORRIS,
June 18 gmo_Colombia. 8. C.
The Georgia Gin.
THIS ie tho third season we have sold these
GINS, and have uovor had a single com?
plaint. Wo offer them with renewed confi?
dence, at moderate prices and reasonable
terms. L?RICK ft LOWRANCE, Agts.,
July 13 2nu?_Columbia. 8. C.
COUNTY CLAIMS ANO JURY CBUTI?
FICATE8 bought by
I Fob 5 D. GAMBRILL. Broker.