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.OPENING OP MT. CE NI S TUNNEL-IMMIGRA?
TION AGENCY - CONTINUANCE OF STRIKES
-THE TURF-RECESS OP THE FRENCH
ASSEMBLY-RIOT-FRENCH MINISTER TO
WASHINGTON-SUPPRESSION OF TUB IN?
TERNATIONAL SOCIETY-INDIGNATION AT
THE LANDING OF THE LORELLET, AO., AO.
LONDON, September 12.-Col. How?
land, accredited American agent to assist
the canso of immigration, bas arrived in
London, and proceeds ut once to Scau
.dinavia and Germany to commence the
duties of bis mission.
The French and Swiss Governments
have accepted invitations to send repre?
sentatives to witness tho formal opeuiug
of the Mont Ceuiu tunnel.
HOME, September 12.-Tho Italian
Minister of Fiuanoe, Signor Zella, in?
tends to furm out the grist tux. ou a
similar plau to that by which tho pro?
ceeds of government tobacco monopoly
VERSAILLES, September 12.-la the
Assembly, tw-dny, the Budget Committee
reported adversely ou u bill provision?
ally increasing tnxes te meet tho imme
diato demands of the Administration,
pending sauotion by tho Assembly ol
new taxes. Tho Assembly has adopted
a bill revising the pension list of the late
Imperial Government. It abolishes al
pensions except in extreme poverty, ot
where the grant wus mado for distiu
BRUSSELS, September 12.-Machine
shops throughout the city have beer
dosed by their proprietors. The striken
are now parading tho streets. No dis
tarbanoe has occurred.
LONDON, September 12.-A meeting ii
support of the Newcastle strike, it is an
trounced, will be held in Trafalga
.Square, Monday, 25th. The journal
to-day discuss the success of Chines
labor in America, in its relation to recen
.strikes in England. . The newspaper
comment savagely upon the many disse
tors which have recently befallen Bri tis!
ships of war. The victory of the Wan
crew in the recent Saratoga regatta i
also the topic of remark, and some joni
nala express the opinion that the rac
was won by the Ward's because of stak
boat arrangements, which have been di:
carded in England.
LONDON, September 13.-Prof. Robe.
Bentley, publisher of tho Temple Ba?
Enormous betting is being made o
the great Doncaster St. Leger races tc
day. Rothschild's tilly Hanna won th
Doncaster St. Leger; Albert Victor tl
second; Kingwood the third.
Mount Cenis tuuuel is open and trait
will pass without delay.
VERSAILLES, September 12.-The cou
mitteo of the Assembly agreed to repo:
in favor of a recess.
BUCHAREST, September 13.-A riot ot
curred over a report that tho -Jews hu
sacrificed a Christian child. The Gi
vernmeut promptly interfered and a
rested the leader. Attempts were mat
to renew the disturbances.
VERSAILLES, September 13.-Thier;
in a message to the Assembly, urges tl
adoptiou of the provisional increase i
taxes, regrets the weariness of membe
and the approaching vacation, and thin!
it best for the Chamber to separate ai
re-assemblo at an early day. Ho reli
on the patriotism of the country to pr
serve that perfect tranquillity whit
France needs to revive her credit.
M. DoTocqnovillo, nephew of the ls
statesman, will probably be French N
oister to Washington.
LONDON. September 13.-It is a
nonnoed that thirty-five collieries ai
iron works in Monmouthshire, Wales,
about to strike for ten per cent, advan
The people of Cardiff are intensely i
dignant at the landing of the Americ
ship Lorellet, with cholera.
SALZBURG. September 13.-It has be
decided by Prince Bismarck, Count V
Buost, and other diplomats, who i
mained here after tho departure of t
Emperors Williams and Franois Josep
to suppress the International Socio
and to settle finally the Schleswig qu
MADRID, September 13.-The pol
who failed to enforce the edict againe
gambling house were dismissed.
LARGE IMPORTATION-THE TURF-CINC
NATI EXPOSITION-H KATY POST OPP
SWINDLE-KU KLUX COMMITTEE INVE?
GATIONS - HEAVY DEFALCATIONS-P
CESSION IN FAVOR OF- EIGHT HOUR
EPISCOPAL CONVENTION-HEALTH OP
VANNAH-FEVER DEATHS, AC., AC.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 12.-Tw
ty car loads of tea and eight of oo;
went East yesterduy.
The steamship China, from Hi
Kong, has arrived. She brings 1 pa
age of mask, 22 of merchandise, G7C
silk and 19,147 of tea, for New Ye
1,718 for Chicago, and 3,403 for Bost
LEXINGTON, KY., September lc
Longfellow beat Pilgrim in a two-c
race-time, 3.38^; 3.34>?. Planet ^
a three-quarter-mile dash-time 1. If
CINCINNATI, September 13.-ll,
Sersono attended the Exposition. I
ingland and the South contributed
largest part of the fabrics. Geor
South Carolina and Tennessee are re]
Bented, especially in brown sheetii
Georgia sends sheetings, tickings, oi
burgs aud warps.
NEW YORK, September 13.-Tho
reports intenso excitement in post o
circles over an alleged defalcation in
money order department. The S
article mentions John W. Norton,
places tho swindle at from $100,00!
?150,000. Norton, howevor, boil
man of wealth, compounded with
Government, and resigns. John Ma
a clerk, was detected opening letl
and held in $10,000 bail. Ho has 1
in the post office twenty-five years,
owns valuable property. Other
ployeus aro suspected of similar cri:
WASHINGTON, September 13.-Senator
Pool and Representatives Buckley and
Beck, constituting a aub-committeo of
the Ku Klnx Investigating Committee,
met to-day, to examiue and digest the
mass of ovidouco furnished by the execu?
tive officers of the Southern States, con?
cerning their finnuces, taxation, election
laws, Szo., in order to report to the full
committee of twouty-ono, which meets
ou the 20th inst. The sub committee
dud, to-day, that Beverul Governors have
failed to furnish the information request?
ed by the chairman of tho sub-commit?
tee, aud tho report ii pou tho matters
above indicated will be incomplete, un?
less such information is communicated
without further delay.
PHILADELPHIA, September 13.-Tho
sicamor Juanita, recently ashore oil Flo?
rida, has arrived. Tho damage is not so
serious, but she will go into dock.
NEW Youie, September 13.-It is ?tated
that Recorder Parcels, of Long Island
city, will bo impeached for misappropri?
ation of money.
The Sun says there is no longer any
doubt that Messrs. Sweeuoy and Hall
have cut loose from Messrs. Co eel ly uud
Tweed. The citizens' committee adopt?
ed a report recommending civil und cri?
minal suits aguiust tho officials.
Roughs stoned a street car last uight;
several were hurt.
Several thouenud workmen paraded
the streets with Hags aud banners, for
eight hours as a day's work. The pro?
cession was orderly. A emull cannon
was drawn by eight men. The cannon?
eers bore u banner inscribed "Eight
hours-peaceably, if wo can; forcibly, if
wo must." There wero 10,000 iu line.
An immense number followed on tho
CHARLESTON, September 13.-Sailed
steamer Manhattan, New York.
Three fever deaths in tho last twenty
Major John Ledgord Hodges, Pay?
master U. S. Army, has been taken to
FortMcHenry, fur coufiuemeut, charged
with a heavy defalcation-certainly
8500,000, probably more.
The Attorney-General decides that
the Government has no priority over
private creditors of insolvent nutiuual
banks. The question grew out uf the
First National Bank of New Orleans,
which failed in 13(57.
Probabilities-Rising burometer, with
partially cloudy and clear weather, will
probably continue on Thursday from
Wisconsin Nurth uud West. Falling
barometer, with cluud and rain, will pro
bubly extend Nurth eastward to the luw
er lakes nnd New York, aud the condi?
tions remain favorable fur local rain
from Virgiuia tu Flunda.
SAVANNAH, September 13.-lu conse?
quence uf the many rumers iu circula?
tion, iu the face uf the denial by the
mayor and physicians uf this city, it is
deemed necessary tu re-state the fact
that there is no yellow fever hero, nur
has there been a single case during the
scacon. Thu heulth uf this city is un?
precedentedly guud. Rumurs tu the
contrary aro wholly gratuitous, and are
no doubt put in circulation by parties
whose iuterests ure tu injure thc trude ul
Savannah. The mortuury repuit of the
city fur the week ending September
11th gives a tutal uf twenty-two deaths,
of which fifteen are colored.
ST. LOUIS, September 13.-The office
of the Duluth Tribune was burned, to?
CHICAGO, September 13.-The Episco?
pal Convention passed the following
additional sectiun to tho constitution:
No olergyman resort to the civil courts
to arrest or avoid ecclesiastical proceed?
ings against bim, under penalty of sus?
HOTEL ARRIVALS, September 13.- j
Columbia Hotel-Vf. E. Huwland, L. E.
Johnson, F. Kell uer, Charleston; N. E.
Carroll, Fort Motte; W. E. D. Bell, Ma?
ryland; E. 8. J. Hayes, Lexingtou; W.
J. Oroaswell, A. H. Waring, S. C. ; D.
MoRao, H. W. High, N. C.; J. S. Glenn,
Stateburg; J. A. Wilson, Baltimore; O.
J. Lang, Philadelphia; C. B. Farmer,
wife and two children, Mies P. Farmer,
Miss M. Farmer, Miss Mollie Farmer,
Miss E. Davis, Walterboro: W. D. Ken?
dickerson House-S. Dibble, Oiango
bnrg; G. H. Moffitt, W. Stowe, M.
Straus, Charleston; J. H. Averill, F.
Treuhulm, S. C.; E. R. Walluce and
wife, Union; E. S. Keitt, L. P. Boozer
and daughter, Newberry; R. H. Ed?
monds, Jr., Ridgeway; J. H. Lynch, Pa. ;
J. H. Hammett, Davidson College; J.
W. Friedwallor, Md. ; P. Robinson, Lan?
caster; J. W. DoWitt, N. Y. ; J. C. S.
Timberluke; J. H. Bollin, Miss A. Bol?
lin, oily; L. W. White, Abbeville; Miss
Springs, Miss Kinks, Miss Bobo, Rock
Hill; H. S. Phnuniu, Clinton; T. B. Fer?
guson, Greenville; G. A. Darling, Big
Creek; W. W. Smith, Glenn Springs; J.
S. Blauding, Cal.; Miss M. J. Ford,
Master J. C. Ford, Now York; J. S.
Riorson, Danberry; M. J. Seigler, New?
With pain we announce tho death of
Col. Levi Legett, who died ut his resi?
dence, in this County, last Thursday.
Col. Legett was and hud been for many
years a prominent and influential citi?
zen, and the sad tidings of his death
will be regretted by his many friends
throughout tho State.-Marion Star.
Miss Carrie, daughter of Mr. J. B. D.
DeBow, of Delioto's Review, was fatally
burned in Nashville, a few days ago,
whilo dressing for a party.
Old Virginia Hams.
1,000 lbs. Virginia (couulry-cnred)
1 AMS, for sale by
rZ(\ R?XES assorted (JANDY-full we '
Ol/ aiul pure article. As Catuiy of li hi
weight is extensively sold in this man I
purchasers will dud it to their intercut ie
bavo the boxes weighed before buying.
guarantee 25 pound? in each box..
\ Hupt 12 JOHN AGNEW & SON.
FINANCIAL. ANO U?MMKUClAi,.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 14.-Sulea
of cotton, to-day, 33 bulos-middling
LIVERPOOL, September 13-3 P. M.
Cotton opened elendv and is now active
-uplands 9>?; Orleans 9%; eales 15,000
bules; speculation nud export 4,000.
LIVERPOOL, September 13-Evening.
-Cotton closed firm.
LONDON, September 13-Noon.-Con?
sols 93??($93)?. Bonds 9%. Weather
throughout Eugland fair.
PARIS, September 13.-Rentes 57f.
NEW YORK, September 13-Noon.
Flour a shade firnior. Wheat a trifle
higher. Com lc. bettor. Perk steady*
ut firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard steady. Cotton
firm; sales 1,500 bales; middling uplands
21; Orleans 21,??, aud held higher.
Freights very iirm. Stocks active uud u
little stronger. Gold 13%. Govern?
ments dull but steady. Stutu bonds very
dull but steady. Money easy, at 2 (Vi 3.
Exchange-long 8%\ short 8%.
7 P. M.-Mouey 2?3. Gold l'?J?(a
14. Sterling dull aud unsettled-pituri
bankers 8J? @ 8^4. Governments de
dined Stutes very dull, wit!
little chango. Sales of cotton for futun
delivory, to-day, 7,800 bales; for Sup
tembor, 20)?; October, 19*?@19%; Nh
vember, 19|?@19j5u'; December, L\)^(a
10 9-10. Cottun in strong demand; ualei
3,337 bales-uplands 20.it,'; Orleaus 21 J?
Plour-Southern a shade- tinner. Whis
key quiet, ot 92j?. Wheat l(?;2c. bet
ter uud in fair deinuud-winter red Weat
ern; email@example.com. Corn better but unset
\ tied; demand chiefly for speculation, 11
71@72. Rice steady, ut 88;?(g83??
Pork lower, at 13.75. Lard heavy-kel
tie 9%. Freights very linn.
LOUISVILLE, September 13.-Baggin?
in light demand; dealers willing tu muk
concessions for round lots. Crain am
provisions in fair order demand, am
prices unchanged. Whiskey 91.
CINCINNATI, September 13.- Flout ?iirm
Corn steady. Pork weak, ut 12 511
Lard steady. Bacon uusettled an
much sold-shoulders G}?; clear side
7%. Whiskey 90.
ST. LOUIS, September 13.-Flour au
com ?rm. Whiskey 89. Baggiug ut:
changed. Pork firm, ut 13.0U(<t)l3.5t
Bacon firm-shoulders 7. Lard firm.
NORFOLK, September 13.-Cotto
quiet-low middling 18,'.<(?>18??; rt
ceipts 37 bales; Bales 30; stuck 555.
GALVESTON, September 13 -Culto
quiet aud steady-good ordinary 17.'.
receipts 44S bules; stock 11,038.
CHARLESTON, September 13.-Cot lo
firmer aud in good demand-middini
183?(o>19; receipts 317 huies; sab s 201
BALTIMORE, September 13.-Flot
firmer. Wheat active and firm, du
active; higher grades advanced; lur(
sales to urrivo. Whiskey quiet, at 92j
(at0'?. Cotton firmer-middling 20}i(
2?-1.?; receipts 55 bales; sales 015; stui
BOSTON, September 13.-Cotton stroi
- middling 21!..'; receipts 4o bules; sal
400; stock 7,000.
MOBILE, September 13.-Cotton fir
-middling 19??; receipts 150 bule
sales 150; stock 5,781.
PHILADELPHIA, September 13.-Colli
MEMPHIS, September 13.-Colt
scarco but firm-middling held ut 120J
SAVANNAH, September 13.-Colt'
very irregular-low middling 18)4
18!:.'; receipts 354 bales; sales 50; stu
AUGUSTA, September 13 -Cutton fi:
-middling 19; receipts 120 bales: ?a
NEW ORLEANS, September 13.-Fie
firm-superfine 4 8705.00; double 5.87
@6.00; treble G. 12@6.G5. Corn quiet
mixed 78@74; white 75. Pork firmer
mesB 14.50. Bacon ecarco but firm, at
7K(3)9>?; choice sugar-oured hams 16>?
@17. Lard source but firm-tierce 10*4
(&W%; keg tljtf@llM. Whiskey quiet,
ut 90fJU.02. Coffee-no stock. Cotton
steady-middling 19J??19;!?; receipts
114 bales; eales 1.000; stock 21,191.
WILMINGTON, September 13.-Cotton
iirm-middling 19; receipts 50 bales;
suies 5G; stock 819.
The Best in the Market!
IHAYS just returnod from Now York with
thu lineal stock in tho market. embracing
WATCHES pf all graden, JEWELllY or all
styles, Silver and Plated Waro of tho most
modern patterns-beautiful iti design; dura?
ble, cheap and warranted to suit.
My ?tock includes everything to be found in
tho New York market, and I do not intend to
hu under-sold. Call and examino for your
solv s. Attentive clerks will gladly show you
the finest assortment of articles above named,
and of Kings, Lockets, Sloevo Duttons, Breast
Pint-; in fact, everything needed or to bo
found iu a first class iewelrv ?lore.
1 Sop! 14_Under Columbi* Hotel.
G 0 SSIP 1
NOT to bo behind our neighbors, to say
nothing td our being emulous to sur?
pass them, wu beg to offer for inspection and
purchasu one of tho best stocks over shown
in our lino in any market; every effort energy
and enterprise can t-uggest, every advantage
capital and experience H fiord us, aro used
solely for thc purpose of lurnibhiug tho liEbT
goods ut lowest possible prices.
Also, need scarcely add, that all our weights
aro standard - U'A oz. to thu pound, if any in?
Well, that FLOCK is Just as good as any
man's Flour-sold perhaps lower, and weighs
as usual ltll? pounds to the barrel.
Stock full, bought before rise in prico and
advance in gold-full weight guaianteed, at
s va AUS.
All grades direct from Uofhieries-sold ot
lese than cost (of course everybody does it)
and no cheating about weights either.
These avo puru domestic anil imported, and
sold mindful ot Uncle Sam's commandment,
"Thou shalt not water thy ardent spirits
without a special license." Wu have no spe?
Now Odods constantly arriving. Please
cull and examine. ? LO. S?MMEES.
Universal Life Insurance Company.
WE aro desirous of securing thu services
of a half doz-J ll active Canvaosing
Agunta in South Carolina for tho Universal
Eile Insurance Company, of New York, with
whom liberal terms will no made. Wu desire
also ret>pousiblu Local Agents for each town
in the State. M. W. (IAHY,
M. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendents of Agt-uck-S.
Cot.uMiiiA, S. C., September H, 1871.
Sept 0_ _
THE VACANT LOT, East side of Richard?
son, between Lady and Oervaia streets,
measuring on Ricbardson street !>2 feet 2
inches, on East linc 57 feet, on tho North and
South 105 feet. Bounded North by tho lot on
which the United Statis (Nickersun's) Hotel
stood, on tho South by Col. Thomas Davis.
This Lot is regarded as a first rato location
for a mercantile house.
J. W. PARKER,
Sept 7 12 Real Estate Broker.
Charleston Charitable Association.
Incorporated by Act of Assembly, lb70-'71, anti approved March 8, 1871.
FIRST nil A N I)
SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE!
AND nisTainuTioM or
400 Awards in United States Gold Bonds, New Issue,
FOR THE BEE El1 IT OF TUE FREE SCHOOL FEED,
WILL TAKE l'LACE OM
THURSDAY, OCTOBER H, 1871,
-4? No. 147 Meeting Sheet, Charleston, S. C., at 1 O'Clock F. M., in Public.
Full Certificate Shares, $5; Halves, $2.50; Quarters, $1.25.
Ten Thousand Numbers Only !
FOUll HUNDRED AWAHDH of United States Oold ?onda (new ?aune) to bo distributed
immediately upon tito ItafJlu taking placo.
SCHEDULE: OF AWARDS.
One Award ot SK),01)1) In Gold Bouda, Ii?.910,000
Ono Award of $2,500 iu Gold liomin, ia.'2,500
Oue Award o? 2 000 iu Oold Honda, ia.'.. 2.000
Ono Award of 1.000 in Gold Honda, ia. 1,000
Ono Award of 500 in Gold Bunds, ia. fiOO
Ono Award of 500 in Gold bouda, ia. 500
Ono Award of 500 in Gold Bond?, i?. 500
Ono Award of 250 in Gold Honda, ia. . 250
Ono Award of 250 in Gold Honda, ia. 250
Ono Award of 250 in Gold Honda, ia. 250
Ono Award of 250 in Oold Honda, ia. 250
Ono Award of 200 in Gold bunda, is. 21?)
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Honda, ia. 200
Ono Award of 200 iu Gold honda, ia. 20(1
Ono Award of 200 in Gold Honda, ia. 200
Fivo Awarda of 100 in Gold Honda, aro. 500
Ten Awarda of 50 iu Gold Honda, aro. 500
Twenty Awarda of onn-half each of ono $50 Gold Bond, aro. 500
Fifty Awarda of ono fifth ea< h of ono $100 Gold bond, are. 1,000
Ono Hundred Awarda of one-tenth each ol one $100 Gold Htind, are.1,000
Two Hundred Awards of one-twentieth each of ono $100 Oold bond, aro. 1,000
400 Awards to be Distributed in Gold Bonds,
IN CONFORMITY TO LAW.
Fx |)ln II a lion of tile Dist rttiiil lon.
?Kumbera from 1 to 10,000, (tho eamo numbera being on tho Certif?calos,) aro printed on
Bnpnrato alina of papor, which aro each encircled in tubes; and aro all placed in a Glass
Kunu; Cj ?Ilium. Tli? Four Hundred Awards, ill accordance with tho schedule above, aro
alan printed on sep?ralo alipa of paper, and each ia encircled in a tubo, and all aro then
placed in another glass cylinder, called th? Award Cylinder. Tho cylinders aro both re?
volved, and a mininer ia taken iroin Ibo cylinder of numbera bv a boy"blind-folded, and ono
of tho awarda ia taken from tho Award Cylinder bv a boy like? if o blind-folded, both of
which aro exhibited to tho apectatnra. and auch number will bo entitled to tho award; and
thia operation will bo ropoated until 100 numbera aro taken from tho Number Cj linder and
100 Awarda from tho Award Cylinder to auch numbera.
The Cnmniiaaiouora will enter down each limn ber on their booka ns taken from the cylin?
der n nm bore, mid tho Awarda to oaub IIB taken from tho Award 0> linder.
Tho Itu til? will take placo nh tho ?lay and commence at tho hour named. There will lie no
p'<atpoueiuent whatever, and all tho Awarda muat bo di?tril.ut< d.
Certificates for Sale nt nil tin- Agencien of tliv Asaoclat?nii.
CoMUissioNF.lts- FENN PECK AND JAMES GI bbl LAND.
For orders, address ti, T. LEVIN, Agent, Main alreet, Columbia. S. C.
J. I*. UOUUACli, General Agent, Noi. 147 Mooting etreot, Charleston, S. C. Sept l l
Popular and Low-Priced Iry Goods
W. D. LOVE & CO.
WE have opened thia season up lo tho
present timo 150 packages of Ctioico
Gumlu for Pall and Winter, selected with
groat caro expressly for thia market, bought
direct from lirat bunds, at much h;i<e than re?
gular prices. All tho departments aro now
Wo have a full lino of DRESS OOODS, com?
prising all tho nev fabrics, such as Epaiig
hues, Valouis de Paris, Japanese Silks. Pop?
lins, Ch allies, Ac, unrivaled for qualities,
slvles and prices.
In CARPETS and RUGS, wo have some of
tin? choicest goods produced Ibis season.
We have a big stock of BLANKE I S, Shawls,
Cloaks, Sucks, Jackets, Cloths. Casaimeres,
Tweeds, Jeans, Dinseys, Chocks, Homespun*
and Prints, which must bc cold tu make room
for moro ou thc way.
A nico line of CLOAKINO by tho yard.
Our HOSIERY, Gloves and Merino Under?
wear cannot be excelled anywhere.
Wo keep tho best quality of TAU LE DA?
MASK, Napkins, Do; nea. Towels and Linens
in tho Slato for the money-housokecpers
make a note of this.
We bave a nico line of Ladies' white ready
made UNDKR-CLOTH1NG, mudo in ihu bust
manner, ot Uno material.
Our Laco and Embroidery Department
always contain the latest novelties. Ladies'
Fancy Silk Neck-Ties, in all tho ?lbw styles.
Wo sell tho beat White Dress Sliiit in the eily
for tho mouey. Wo solicit ordors from city
or count ry, and invito all to inspect our stock,
which will bo shown freely.
Pleaso remember wo keep only thc best
makes of Goods, and have but ONE PRICE.
W. I). LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
W. D. LOVE. Main street.
;1t. ll. McCnr.KUV. _ Sept 10
Willes and Liquors.
THE undersigned beg leave to
call thc attention nf consumers
and wholesale purchasers, to
their assortment of goods in Ibis
une, which thuy aro offering at
prices which defy competition. Their mock
consists in part ol
Choice OTA RD BRANDIES,
Domestic and California Brandies.
Choice Old Rye, Nectar and Monogram
Common und Rectified Whiskii s.
Old Port, Sherry, Madeira and Malaga
Ginger, Cherry and Blackberry Brandice,
Barclay, Perkins ,V Co.'a London Porter,
Younger'a Sparkling Alloa Ale,
Angostura Ritters, Stnughton Bitters.
Champagnes of the. following choice brands:
Louis Roederer, Dolmouioo, Hiedseick, Carte
Blanche,Cabinet sud California Champagnes.
Old Rolland Ghi; Wolfe.'* Schiedam
Schnapps, Jamaica Ruin, etc.. eic.
_Sept 7 _JOHN AGNEW .V. RON.
Our Own Glove.
W E atc in receipt of the first bhipment of
a beautiful lino of KID GLOVES, manufac?
tured and imported for u-<, every pair of
which is warranted. Money returned if the
Glove breaks. R. C. SHIVER & CO. I
"CLEAR THE DECKS FOR AC HON,"
BOOTS S SHOES,
LARGEST l.\ THE SOLI!!!
N O \V A lt lt I V I N (i .
TRE trado of this placo must concentrate.
Consumers of these goods must look to
thoir interest. Cur house is ready, willing
and able tn make thia the BEST MARKET IN
THIS SECTION FOR GOODS at onco
FASHIONABLE AND CHEAP !
The history of all trade ia that large '
amounts of goods aro handled much cheaper
than small amounts. Hu vern, look to vour in
I terestl il. O. SHIVER di CO.
I Sept 6_
WE ask of buyers an ezamiuatiou of tho
California Tort Wine.
j California Muaeatelle.
I O. P. Gardner's North Carolina Corn.
I Suit's, 1836, Rye.
Old Virginia Glades.
Pure Cognac Brandy.
These aro all atandard goods, and wo have
put tho pi ices right down to Um bottom. Also,
chen]) gooda of all gradea, tho quality and
prices of which will certainly pleat e the buyer
and save him money.
_j\ug 27_L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococulus Indiens Fish
Horries In make sleepy or headache.
Rust Proof Seed Oats.
XAO BUSHELS RUST TROOF RED
OK" I OATS for salo by
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength ?nd improves
their health. _Mardi ll
Paint for Tin Roofing.
METALLIC PAINT, containing ninety per
cent, motallio oxides, combined willi
ferric acid. A now and valuable paint >or tin.
iron und all exposed surfacoa. Tho best and
cheapest paint for such purpose ever offered
in ibis msrkct. For salo bv
/.Hg ll) t E. H. HHN?Tsn, Druggist.
THE MORRIS COTTON GIN
HAS DISTANCED ALL OTU EES,
AND is warranted to do it again. For full
particulars, relative to these machines,
address I',. MORRIS,
Juno 18 "mo Columbia. S. C.
1,000,000 BER. Purtiescan
he supplied at teaso'.iab'c rate? bv apply ing to
J-JUN E. OYLES,
Sept 2 At Hope's store.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
D. C. I'KIXOTTO & BON, Auctioneers.
BY vlrtuo of th? power duly conferred on
tho Citizens' Havings Dank, of Columbia,
by A. li. Monteith and John Irwin, to foreclose
mort gagea for the purpose of satisfying their
debt, the Citizens' Havings Bank will proceed
to nell, at public auction, before the Court
HOUHC, in Columbia, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in October next, all and singular the mort?
gaged premises hereinafter described, to wit:
All that lot or parcol of LAND, tiituated in
tho city of Columbia, Booth Carolina, and
bountied en tho North by Divino etreet. East
by Assembly street, ?South by Blossom Btreet,
and Went by Gates atrcot; containing four
acron, more or lesa, mortgaged as tho proper?
ty of John Irwin.
All that lot or parcel of Land, H i tu a ted in
the city of Columbia, South Carolina, bound?
ed du tho North by Bice street, East by Bull
Ht re et, ?-oti'h by Tobacco street, and West by
Marion utrcet ; containing four aeren, more or
lena, mortgaged as the property of A. II. Mon?
Thc above property will be divided in lots to
All that certain tr?ct or parcel of Land,
situated in Bicblaud County, about nine miles
from Columbia, containing 1021 acres, more or
leas, and hounded on tho North by Black
Luke, on tho Kant by lauda of Mrs. Brevard,
Smith by Kaiford's Creek, and Weat by lands
of Dr. Alfred Wallace; mortgaged aa tho pro?
perty nf A. II. Monteith and Johu Irwin.
Terms caf h.
President of Citizens' Savings Bank.
For particulars inquire of
E. W. SIBBELS k CO.,
Sept 12 t_Real Estate Brokers.
8. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD
HAVE JUST RECEIVED v*?
the largest sud choicest atock Tra
o? READY-MADE CLOTH- fiW
. ING, HATS and FUUNI8H-"ru*
'ING GO "DS, that they have ever
offered to the public, and embracing every
Hizn made. As wo intend to do a larger trade
than wo have heretofore dono, we will be en?
abled to sell at a SMALLER PROFIT than
wo hav? heretofore done.
Our French styleB of
CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
Aro acknowledged by all to bo the choicest
selection of Gooda ever seen in thia market.
Our stylo ot GETTING UP GARMENTS will
be superior to anything we have heretofore
Our stock of SHIRTS, SCARFS and UN
DEllWEAR need but tb be acen to be appre?
HATS-wo bavo all the latest styles.
Wo arc still making to order those perfect
fitting SH I UTS.
E. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Sv~ Country merchants supplied RB cheap
as anv house South of Now York. 8ept 10
We open this day a
nice line of early
of which we invite an
PORTER & STEELE.
CHILDS & WILEY,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
WE bavo marked down all of our large
stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING to
auch low figures that tho price comes within
reach of all that wish a good titting garment,
ruado in tho latest stylo and by tho beat mak?
ers in New York. Wo are tho only house that
aell All Linen Drawers at SI.50. Wo aro tho
only houuo that bavo Ibo imported 8eo-8ucker
Calcutta Suits, warranted genuine. An in?
spection of our largo stock will settle the
mind of any ono that money ie made by buy?
ing from na. Thirty-two inch 8ole Leather
Trunks, onlv a few left, at $20 Juno 23
TlIE Proprietor or tho "LITTLE 8TORE"
has just returned from Now York with a neat
Cheapest yet of tho sea sou. Call and seo, at
july 27 C. F. JACKHOS'S. Illwlii St.
COUNTY CLAIMS ANO JURY CE11TI?
KIC ATES bought by
Fob 5 D. GAMUHILL, Broker.