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DELATIONS OP FRANCE AND ITALY-COM?
BINATION OP EMPLOYEES AGAINST
STIUKEHS-DISARMAMENT OF NATIONAL
QU ARD-RAVAGES OP CHOLERA-THIERS*
CONFERENCE, AO., AO.
FLORENCE, September 13.-Tho Opi?
nion Btutos thut Count Peroneal, ibo
French Minister, declares that Franco
nooepts accomplished facts in Italy.
She only wishes to see the spiritual in?
dependence of the people secure. A re?
newal of cordial relations between
Franoe and Italy is, therefore, possible.
LONDON, September ll.-Tho asso?
ciated employons of Newcastle have
4,110 men working, with coustaut addi?
tions, aud will soon restore former acti?
vity to the factories.
PARIS, September l-l.-Disarmament
of tho National Guard has commenced,
with no resistance. Tranquillity prevails
Despatches from various points show
that cholera prevails to a dreadful extent
in tho central and Southern portions of
VERSAILLES, September ll -In the
Assembly, to-day, a messnge from Presi?
dent Thiers was received, the reading of
which occupied half an hour. Thiers
says the members have well earned a
suspension of their arduous lubors. He
promises, in tho meantime, to work in?
cessantly for the re-organization of the
country, and frankly asks the deputies
to ascertain from their constituents at
home whether tho country wishes for a
reaonstruotiou based on the glorious tra?
ditions of a thousand years, or for the
abandonment of the ship of state to a
torrent leading to an unknown futuro;
in brief, whether the people waut a
monarchy or a republic. Tho messnge
was coolly received. Some passages
woro greeted with laughter. Tho As?
sembly then proceeded to discuss, and
finally adopted, a bill providing for a
prolongation of the session from the 17th
of September to tho 1th of December.
The main feature of the bill is tho ap?
pointment of a committee of twenty-fivu
to control the Government during the
VERSAILLES, September 14.- A confer
enoe in regard to customs is progressing
between Germany and Franco. It is
thought concessions will secure the eva?
cuation of all hut six French depart?
LONDON, September 14.-One case of
cholera is reported ut Newcastle.
An unknown American brig foundered
off Lands End. All wero lost.
.A mci K an lill. Ulur u, t .
CHINESE IN CUBA-OMAHA ELECTION-SALE
OP A RAILROAD-NEW JERSEY DEMOCRACY
ATI ON TO ABOLISH UNION LEAGUES-TUE
NEW YORK COMPTROLLER-PEVEll DEATH
WASHINGTON, September 12.-Tho fol?
lowing table of special nativities of some
of the Elstern cities, including Haiti
more, has been obtained from the census
office: New York-Total population
912,292; born in the Uuited Stutes 523,
198, born in the State 484,109, born in
New Jersey 8,0(31, born iu Connecticut
-5,140, bora iu Pennsylvania 4.099.
Philadelphia-Total population G74.022;
born in the Uuited States 490.398, boru
in the State 428,250, born in New Jersey
18,157, born in Delaware 91,896, born in
New York 8,805. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Total population 896,099; born in the
United States 251,381, born in the State
219.774, born in New Jersey 6,009, born
in Massachusetts 5,711, born in Connec?
ticut 5,261. Baltimore, Md.-Total po?
pulation 267,351; born in the United
States 210,870, born in tho State 187,
650, born in Virginia and West Virginia
9,073, born in Pennsylvania 5,121, born
in New York 2,015. Boston, Muss.
Total population 250,526; born in the
United States 172,450, born in the State
127,620, boru in Maine 14,858, boru io
New Hampshire 7,612, born in Vermont
HAVANA, Septomber 13.-The local
authorities in various parts of the island
have sent to Havana over 2,000 Chinese
whoso apprenticeship had expired while
others are runaways. The first numed,
according to previous laws, must re-hire
themselves or leave Cuba. Tho last
named will be delivered to their musters.
Tho notorious insurgent Lari, and five
others, have delivered themselves up.
OMAHA, September 13.-Tho eleotion
in Colorado yesterday went Republican.
ST. LOUIS, September 13. -Tho St.
Louis and St.' Joseph Railroad was sold
at public auction this P. M., for $137,000,
under order of the United States Dis?
trict Court, for liabilities of the road,
which are $1,500,000. Duoiel P. Arm?
strong, of St. Louis, was tho purchaser.
TRENTON, N. J., September 13.-Joel
Parker wus nominated for Governor by
the Democratic Convention by acclama?
WASHINGTON, Septembor 14 -Mnjor
Hodge, in a lotter to the Secretary of
War, confessing his defalcation, impli?
cates a banking house in New York, who,
he states, know tho money used in the
speculations was Government money.
He makes confession of $450,000 defal?
cation, but does not mention tho name
of the New York firm which knowingly
nsed the money. He asks for leniency,
and begs a small provision for his fami?
ly. Hodge has about $50,0u0 vorth of
prop or ty.
CHICAGO, September 14.-In tho Epis?
copal Diocesan Couvenlion, Bishop
Whitehouse narrated tho incidents of
his recent visit to Christ's churoh. Ho
censured the wardens for continuing to
employ a degraded minister, and dis?
posed of the wurdeos by degrading them.
Ohief Justice Chase has entirely reco?
vered his health and strength.
NEW YORK, Septembor 14.-The sub?
joined report in reference to tho present
condition of afluir? in Louisiana was
forwarded ta-dny to tho Secretary of the
Natioual Oouucil of the Union League
of America, by Thomas W. Conway,
State Superintendent of Education for
Louisiana, nud member of the Leaguo:
To Thoa, G. Baker, Secretary National
LT. L. A. of America:
The councils of tho Leaguo of Louisi?
ana may bo discontinued. Gov. War
mouth'd administration has scoured to
tiie State perfect peace. lu every part
of the State, tho Ku Klux has died un?
der it; and I see no need for the League
suv louger ns n menus of peacefully se?
curing tho rights elf loyal men.
[Signed] TUGS. W. CONWAY.
The Sun says Mayor Hall intended, in
tho eveut of Connolly's resignation, to
appoint Geu. McClellan, who had been
approached, and reluctantly couscutud
tu take the pille?. Tho Sun is assured
that the Mayor intends to proceed for
NIGHT DESPATCHES. I
CHARLESTON, September ll.-Sade J
steamer Falcon, Baltimore.
Ouo fever death in thu lust twenty
MONTREAL, September 14.-Tho four
oared nico vms won by tho Hulifux Bar?
ton crow; B?uforth second; Winship
LEXINGTON, KY., September 13.-Billy
Patterson won the first race-time
1.49%, 1.50; Nellie Gray won the second
-time 1.50??, 1.52.!^.
SPRINGFIELD, MASS., Soptomber li.
Tho State Democratic Convention elect?
ed Edward Avery President. John
Quincy Adams wus nominated for Go?
vernor. Tho resolutions accept tho new
amendments aud denounce prohibition.
WASHINGTON, September 14.-Tho
War aud Treasury Departments aro en?
deavoring to shift thu responsibility for
Probabilities-Bain and threatening
weather, with increasing North-easterly
winds, will probably extend to night to
i Lake Superior and New York, aud pre?
vail in New Englaud by Friday night.
The light ruins will probably bo tollo wed
by clearing weather in the South and
NEW YORK, September 14. -The Union
Torpedo Works, uear Fulton street, ex?
ploded. Six wero killed aud eeveu or
eight wounded. The buildings were
TROY, N. Y., September 14 -Tho Na?
tioual Association of Spiritualists elected
Viutoria Woodhull President.
ST. LOUIS, September l t.-A despatch
says tho express ollice of Ellis Sc Co. was
robbed of $20,000.
SAUATOGA, September 14 -Tho Park
Piuca Hotel und a large pottiou of the
Crescent Hotel was burned.
WILMINGTON, N. C., September 14.
A man, representing himself us J. Kel?
ler, called ut thu First Natioual Bank,
to-day, and offered to sell a registered
United States bond, No. 1,488, issued
under the Act of 3d of March, 18G5.
The bond is of the denomination of
$10.000. He was arrested by the Depu?
ty Uuited States Marshal; and thu case
came up before Uuited States Cuuiuiis
MiQuigg, this afternoon, but was post?
poned uutil to-morrow. Tho bond is
cuveuted by the Treasury Department.
Poles for 214 miles of tho overlaud
telegraph hare beeu erected in South
Board of Trade.
AMEETING of the Board of Traie will be
held TH Id EVEN INO, at 7J o'clock, in
Te io pe rn. oe o Hall.
Hopt 15 JOHN D. O ALP WELL. Sec'y.
THE copartnership of Butler A Black, as
General (State Agents of tho Carolina Lifo
Insurance Company, is dissolved by mutual
consent. M. C. BU TLElt,
Sept. 14,1871. J. L. BLACK.
Tho undersigned have this day associated
themselves together in the General Htato
Agency Carolina Lifelusurauco Company, un?
der the name of BLACK, POHCUElt & CO.
Agents wanted to canvass tho State. Terina
liberal. JOHN L. BLAilK,
P. M. PORCHER,
Rcpt 15 t6_E. Vf. HI KB L KU.
The State of South Carolina.
CO UN TY of YORK-CO UJtTof PRO JJ A TE
Hannah B. Spencer, Petitioner, against Mar?
tha Spencer, Thomas Spencer, Sr., Marga?
ret. Spencer, Joseph Spencer, James Harbi?
son, Tnomiis Harbison, Francis Spencer,
Mary Spencer, Thomas Spencer, Jr., John
Spencer, Juckson Spencer, Jesse Spencer,
Josiuh K. Spencor, Elizaboth J. Spencer,
Robert B. Spencer, Mary Spencer mid Susan
Cunningham.-Simulions in Partition.
Tit TUB DEFENOANTS AUOVE NAMEO:
Y?U are hereby summoned und required
to answer tho petition in this action,
winch has boen tiled iii tho l'rohato Jtulgo's
ofliuo for York County, and to servo a copy of
your answer to tho said petition on tho sub?
scriber, at his oflico in York vii le, Sou li Caro
j lina, within twenty days alter tho service
Hereof, exclusive of tho day of such service;
aud if you fail to answer tho petition within
thu tune aforesaid, thu plain titi" in thia action
will apply to tho Court lor tho relief dornand
Dated Vorbville, 8. C., September 8,1871.
JAMES P. HART, PlaiutiiTs Attorney.
To James Harbison, Thomas Harbison, Fran,
eis Spencer, Mary Spencer, Thomas Spen?
cor, John Spencer. Jackson Spencer, Jesse
Spoucer, Josiah K. Spencer, Elizabeth J.
Spencer Robert li. Spencer, Mary Spencer
and Susan Cunningham.
Take notice that this action is commoncod
for tho partition of laud iii ttio Probate Court
in and for thu County of York, and that a
summons in this notion, of which the forego?
ing is a oopy, was died in tho oftioo of tho
Judgo of said County, at Yorkvillo, in said
State, on the. 8th day of September, ls71.
JAMES V. HART, Plaintiffs Attorney.
YoilKVlLI.E, 8. C., Hep tum ber 9, 1871.
Supt 15_ ff?
The Southern and Atlantic
Now Opon for Business.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA HOTEL.
pr (\ BOXES assorted CANDY-full weight
?JU and pure article. As Canny of light
weight is extensively sold in this market,
purchasers will lind it to their interest to
liavo tho boxes weighed before buying. He
guarantee 25 pounds in each box.
\ Sept 12 JOHN AGNEW it SON.
FINANCIAL. ANO COMMKKCIAL.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September 14 -Suies
of cotton, to-day, 27 bales-middling
18>??o. ; a few fauey lots brought 18^.
LIVERPOOL, September ld-3 P. M.
Colton firm-uplands 9>?; OrleniiH O-^;
sates lu,ODO bules; export and specula?
LONDON, September ll-Noou.-Con?
sols 93>?. Bonds 93^.
LIVEKFOOL, September ll-Evening.
Cotton closed tirm-uplands 9jS?; Or
NEW YORK, Septembor 14-Noon.
Flour a s bad o Himer. Wheat a trille
higher. Corn a td nul o finner. Pork
dull, at email@example.com. Lard steady. Cot?
ton steady-uplands 213?; Orleuus 21 >?;
sales 1,200 bales. Freights linn. Stocks
steady aud active.. Gold xtrong, ut 14(a)
ll^tj. Governments dull and heavy.
States dull but steady. Money easy, ut
3. Exchange-long 8;^; short 8J8.
7 P. M.-Money easy. Sterling firm?
er, at 8))j@8J?- Gold 13%. Govern?
ments rutlier heavy-li2s 15. Tcuucssces
73 Lj; new T?%. Virgiuias 03; uow 091 jj.
Louisiauus 05; now GO; levees 71; 8s 82.
Alabamas 1.00; 5s 08. Georgias 82; 7s
91. North Curolinns 12;,u'. South Cu
roliuns 70; now 07.I4. Cotton steudy
uplands 213B; Orleuus 2l,'..?. Flour more
uctivo. Whiskey 92)Wheat a shade
firmer-winter red Western 1.53(M}1.58.
Corn firmer, ut 72@72bJ. Pork u sbudo
eusior, at 13.37(^13.50. Lard lower uud
moro active-kettle 9j,?\ Freights firm.
Sales of cotton for future delivery, 9,001)
bules-for September, 203y; October,
V?%@Vi$i; November, ??J?^?9??? De
cemuur, 1UJ.<($19%; January, 10;'.i ; Fe?
bruary, liifi'. Muren, 19??; April, 20 J?.
CINCINNATI, September 14.-Flour firm.
Corn higher, ut 53. Pork steudy, ut
12.50. Lard 9. Bacou in light demuud
-shoulders 6}g<@G%; sides 7,,?(??^^s?
asking >?c. higher. Whiskey 90.
ST. LOUIS, September 14.-Flour firm.
Cora scarce aud higher. Whiskey 80.
Pork 12.50($13.00. Bacou firm for job
j bing and order lots-shoulders 7; clear
sides 8. Lard 0@9}4'.
LOUISVILLE, September 14 -Bugging
sternly, at 17J.<(?18. Flour-demuud
light. Corn firm. Provisions firm, but
few buyers. Pork 12.B0@ 12.75. Shoul?
ders G t.< ; clear sides Packed hird
9%(3?%. Whiskey 93.
NEW ORLEANS, September 14.-Bacou
briner, ul 7% (?9I4. Others unchauged.
Cotton Brm-middliug VJ}?(??l[)}X; re?
ceipts 813 huies; sales 153; stock 22.001.
MEMPHIS, September 14.-Cotton
in fair demand, at lower rates-middliug
SAVANNAH, September ll-Cotton
firm-low middling 18J.?; receipts 210
bales; sales 00; stock 3,107.
NORFOLK, September ll. - Cotton
quiet-low middling 18J|<>(?^18^4 ; re
ceipts 73 bales; stock 511.
HUSTON, September 14 -Cotton quiet
laud firm-middliug 21;?.,'; receipts 17
, bales; sides 300; stock 7.UO0.
CHARLESTON, September ll -Cotton
tinner-middling 10; receipts 17S balo>;
sales 300; stock 4,257.
MOBILE, September ll.-Cotton quiet
-middling lO.'.^ (jjl 10?.j ; receipts 123
bales; sales 100; stock 5.878.
WILMINGTON, September ll-Cottou
firm-middling 19; receipts 15 bules;
j stock 801.
BALTIMORE, September ll.-Flour
super city mills advanced 50c.; Western
and Howard street held higher; market
favors sellers. Wheat active. Cora
quiet and steady. Provisions and whis?
key unchanged. Cotton quiet-mid?
dling 20%; receipts 50 bales; sides 45;
PHILADELPHIA, September ll.-Cotton
quiet and firm-middling 21,',,.
GALVESTON, September 14.-Cotton
quiet aud steady-good ordinary 17>4?
receipts 701 bales; sales 500; stock 12,
AUGUSTA, September 14.-Cotton firm
-middliug 19; receipts 180 bales; Bales
R. G. SHIVER & CO.
^^RE receiving elegant uoveltics in MO
QUETTS, WILTONS, VELVETS, CARPETS
and a very largo supply of TAPESTllY,
BRUSSELS- new patterns. Axminster, Am
busson and Turkey CARPETS, in ono piece.
Rugs, Mats, Oil Cloths, Rubber Foot Mats,
Similes, Damask, Reps, Cornices and Cornice
Moulding, Steel Engravings, Chromos, Rub?
ber Cuspadors, Taper Hangings, Baskets,
Cloths, Hampers, and every possiblo article
MILLINERY, DRESS-MAKING, SEWING
MACHINES, (Orover A Baker,) BOOTS and
SHOES, RATS and CAPS, SHIRT-MAKING,
Our third lloor devoted to wholesale en?
tirely. It. C. SH VER.
Sept 15 DAVID J ON ES.
MISS CORDELIA MORDECAI announces
that hsr establishment, Southwest cor?
ner of Sumter and Lady streets, is prepared
to accommodate Boarders, permanent and
transient, where thu tantos and comforts of
tho mont fastidious will Im guaranteed.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers'Beer
IN nroforonco to London Porter and Scotch
Alo. Why? They know lt ls nnadultorated.
Starch, Soap and Candles.
BONUS PEARL STARCH,
50 boxes Adamantino and Sperm Can?
101) boxes Extra Family Soap,
50 boxes Olivo and Century Soap.
Du hand and for salo low, at wliolesala and
retail, hy JOHN AGNEW & SON.
The Best in the Market!
IHAVE jual roturnod from Now York with
thu lineal Block io tho market, embracing
WATCHES of all grados, JEW EL It Y of all
sty loa, Silver and Plated Wiro of tho nmst
modern pattorus-beautiful in design, dura
bio, cheap aud warranted to suit.
My stock includes every I hing to bo found in
tho New York market, and I do not intend to
bo under sold. Call and oximino for yonr
HOIV s. Attontivo dorks will gladly show you
tho tlnost assortment of articles above named,
and of Kings, LockctB, Sleevo Buttons, Breast
Pins; in fact, ovorything needed or to he
lound in a tlrst class Jowolrv store.
ISAAC SUL/. li AO H EH,
Sept 14_Under Columbia. Hotel.
NOT to bo behind our neighbors, to Bay
nothing of our being emulous to sur?
pass them, wo beg to offer for inspection and
purchase one of the beet stocks ever shown
in our Hue in any market; every effort energy
and enterprise eui suggest, every advantage
oapital und experience nfford us, aro med
solelv tor the purpose of furnishing the ntbT
good? at loweet poesild i prices.
Also, need scarcely add, thu- nil our weights
are slaiidiird-10A oz. lo the pound, if any in?
Well, that P LOU lt is just ns good ns any
man's Flour-void perhaps lower, und weighs
as usual l'.Hi pen ii (l-i tn the barrel.
CO tr-F KISS.
Stock full, bought before rise in price and
advance iii gold-full weight guaiautoed, ut
si; c Alts.
All grades di reel from Ki fineries-told ul
less.than cost [of coursu everybody docs ilj
und iib cheating about weights either.
Thean are pure domestic and imported, and
Mold mindful ot Uncle Sam's commandment,
"Thou bhalt not water thy ardent spirit?
without a special license." Wc have no epe
New Good* eon it an t Iv arriving. Please
call and examino. Gt.O. S VMM li KS.
Universal Life Insurance Company.
WE aro desirous of securing ilia services
of A half dozen net ive Canvassing
Agents in South Carolina tor th. Universal
Lilli Insurance Company, of New York, with
Whom liberal terins will bu made. We desire
also re-pon.Mblo Local Agents for each town
tu tile State. M. W. GA KY,
M; C. BU PLEB,
State Superintendents of Am neus.
COI.UMIIIA, S. C., Sent ember 8, 1S71.
fTUIE VACAN T LOT, East side nf Kiehard
X. son. between Lady ?ind (ielvain streets,
measuring nu Kicliardsou street 52 feet 2
inched, nu East lice 57 feet, on the North and
South Kio feet. Hounded North hy the lot on
I which thc United Stall s ( Nickersnn's) Hotel
stood, on the South hy Col Thomas Davis;
This Lot in regarded us a li ret rule location
i for a mercantile house.
J. W. PA It K EH,
Sept? 12 Heal Enhile broker. ,
New Books! New Books!! New Books!!!
. hjiHE DOMESTIC LIKE OF THUS. JEF
i FEKSON. Hy his grand daughter, Surah
N Kuudolph. $2.50.
Heminiscencos of Fifty Years. Hy Murk
"At Laut." A Christmas in the Went In?
dios. Hy Charles Kingsley, with many illus?
'.Light and Electricity." Hy J. Tyndall.
Tho Coming Hace; or, Tho New Utopia. .
Six Boya. A Mother's Story. By the Ame?
rican Tract Society. $1.25.
Tho Earthly Paradise. A Poem. By Wil?
liam Morris. Three volumes. $4.50.
"Eruestino." By Georgo Sand. 75c.
Torriblo Temptation. BvClias. Hoado. 3flc.
Also, a large selection o? new Novels hy Hie
hedi authors, just received and f< > r s ale at pub
lisher'u price*, by BHYAN & MCCAKTEK.
Thornwell's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait. $4 per volume.
Memories of Patinos. By MacDulT. $2.
The Conservativo Ht-format hm and ita The?
ology. By Kev. Charles P. Krowth, Di D. $5
The Unseen World. Hv Kev. Dr. Slink. (1.
Her Lord and Master. By Florence Maryalt
Won, not Wooed. By thc author t.f Bred in
the Bono, ftc 50 cents.
Terri bio Temptation. By Charles Hoado.
Uniform edition of Grace Aguilor's Works,
j such as Mother's Keeompensc, Vale of Cedars,
?c., alli per volume.
Tho shove hooks sent to any address, post
paid, on receipt ot prico
Aug 1 DUFFIE fi CHAPMAN. Booksellers.
Vegetable Blood and Liver Pills.
Pure Hile! Pure Mood! Pure Firth!
AMUCK needed medicine, in nil iropieal
ch?nales, ia a Blood Purifier und a Liver
Kegulator. The.-o PILLS combine the essen?
tial properties of un Invigorator of tho Liver
and I'm ?lier id tins Blood. The (argent organ
in ibu body ?H the Liver, lt is the freut
work-shop of the body. When I hin important
organ does not act. the skin boemues Hal?
low; eick headache bets in, with chilly sensa?
tions; cold lui min and feet ; pain in the head;
hectic fever; gusti ic disturbance; vomiting; u
feeling of wei ubi in the region ol the Liver; a
dry Cough. Among other symptoms ot liver
derangement, me a ircness in iii? rei*ion of
thu liver, neron* tho stomach, und below the
ribs; oppressed stomaoh; face somctimCH
Mushed; feverishness in the afternoon or nt
night; drowsiness and indolence; nervous
watchful neus ut night; melancholy, blue-;
dreams, commonly frightful; chest oppressed
and heavy; dulling pains in the abdomen;
faintness; sighing; difficult and tdiort breath;
pain in the chest, about tho lungs, commonly
mistaken tor pleurisy; shifting pams, like
thone of rheumatism; colics; sometimes u
short, sharp cough, willi dryness of throat;
unpleasant throbbing about tho stomach; ex?
cess of dandruff, mid scurfy deposit on the
skin; fulling of thu hair; fulness and straitness
of Ihn abdomen, with desiro to looaeii tho
clothing, sour stomach, with symptoms of
dyspepsia; bilious colics; diarrliioa; dysen?
tery; fevers; obstinate constipation; intermit?
tent fever, or fever und ague; jaundice; cos?
tiveness und diurrhiet &lUi irately ; ?xpi moni?
tion stringy and sticky; foul mouth in tho
morning, often nausea und vomiting; dizzi?
ness; pain in tho right shoulder, sometimes
in shoulder-blade; inability to lie on lett side;
hiccough; occasionally, pain in li ft shoulder,
r-oiisonublo uso of tho" BLOOD AND LIVEN
PILLS, taken ns directed, will ul ways prevent
thia painful termination of thu disorder.
These Pilla are for sale hy
ED WA Kp IL HEINITSH,
August ?Of ('lu mist und Diugei-d.
COUNTY CLAIMS ANO J ll lt Y CK UTI.
PICATKQ bought bv
Fob 5 D. GAM lilli I.L. Broker.
Popular and Low-Priced Dry Goods
W. D. LOVE & CO.
WE havo oponed thin season up to tho
present timo 150 package? of Choice
Good? for Fall and Winter, bolocted with
groat caro oxprosaly for thia market, bought
direct from lind banda, at much loas than re?
gular price.-!. All tho departmemtH are now
Wo havo a full line of DRESS GOODS, cum
prising all tlio iio? fahricti, auch ai Epaug
lineH, Valuion de Tarin, JapanuHO Silk?, Pop?
lin?, Challiea, Ac, unrivaled fur qualities,
styles and prices.
In OA lt PETS and HUGS, wo havo annie of
tim choicest gooda produced thia e canon.
Wo havo a hig ?tuck of BLANKE I'S,Shawl?,
Cloak?, Sacka, Jacket?, Clutha, Casaiiiicres,
Tweed?, Jeana, Linaevs, Check?, Hoineapun?
and I'riuta, which inuat bo cubito make room
lor moro on tim way.
A nico lino of CLOAKING bv tho vnrd.
Our HOSIERY, Glove? nnd'Meri?o Under?
wear cannot bo excelled any where.
We keep tho heat quality of TABLE DA?
MASK, Napkins, Doylies, Towels and Linen?
in tho Stato for tho money-house-keepers
make a noto of thia.
Wo havo a nico linc bf Ladies' white ready
made UNDER-CLOTH INO, mudo in tho beal
manlier, of line material.
Our Lace and Embroidery Department
alway M contain the biteat novelties. Ladies
Fancy Silk Neck-Tica, in all tho now styles
Wo soil tho boat White Dross Shirt in tho cit}
for thc money. Wo solicit orders from cit]
<>r country, and invito all to inspect our stock
which will bo shown ii eely.
l'loaso remember wo keep only the boa
makes of Gooda, und havo hut ON K PKICE.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building,
W. D. LOVE, Main etrect.
IL ll. MeOitKF.itY._Sept 10
Wines and Liquors.
- A,?* THE uudorsigned beg leave t
\wEB?fcfelT.oalI tho atluhtioh of conaumer
^gSS^g.^ and wholesale purchasers, t
^gSS?Sv?,''"''r asaortmontof good* in ihi
^"Tillie, which they aro ofleriug a
prices which defy competition. Their sloe
couaiats in part ol
Choice OTA BD BRANDIES,
Douioatic and California Brandies,
Choico Old Rye, Nectar and Monograi
Common and lied ?lied Whiskies,
Old Port, Sherry, Madeira and Malap,
Ginger, Cherry and Blackberry Brandies,
Barclay, Perkiua ?V Co.'s London Porter,
Younger** Sparkling Alloa Ale,
Angostura Bitters, Stoughton Bitters.
Champagne? ut' tin*, following choice brand
Louis Itoederer, Delmonico, Hiedscick, Oar
Blanche, Cabinet aud California Champagne
Old Holland Gin, Wolfo'a Schieda
Schnapp?, Jamaica Ruin, etc., etc.
Sept 7_Jj MIN AON E\V? SON.
Odd Fellows' Academy.
#THE undersigned take pleaau
in announcing to their pairo
and frie-ndd, and to tho public j:
Morally, that thia Institution w
be re-opened on tho brat Mond
in September next.
Pupils will bo prepared by a I b or ou |
courao of training fur tho South Carolina Ul
vorsity, or any other institution of learni
in tho country, for mercan tile, or any other
tho ordinary pursuits ot life. Their object
to give to the citizens of Columbia a Iii
class School, the expenses of which will
al tho same time within reach of all. Til
therefore respectfully call attention to th
HATES OF irrrios:
Academic Department, per month,.io
Primary " " " .4
Preparatory " " " .Ii
No paiua will bc Spared to give entire aal
faction. J. J, A?eO?NTS.
August 27 t!3 lt. U. CLARKSON.
WK a.?k of bilyera an examination of t
California Tort Wine.
O. P. Gardner'? North Carolina Corn.
Suit's, 185fi, Ryo.
Old Virginia OladcB.
Pure Cognac Brandy.
Thean aro all standard goods, and we li
put tho prices right doten to the bottom. A
cheap gooda of all grades, tho quality
prices of which will certainly pluaao the bl
and save him money.
Aug 27 L?RICK & LOWRANC
MWE guaranteo to save el
lisna Hy buying of tho so-ca
.uroat American Tea Com pa
10 por cent , ir they make like
.-basca from ua. Wo have jua
c Ivo.? u mi ge lot of TEAS, select fd and t
carefully before purchasing, to which we
the attention of tho trade and consumers.
Aiu: 27 _ L?RICK fr LOW BA NC
Old Virginia Hams.
?5?5SRk 1 OOO lbs. Virginia (couutry-cn
^^f^W I A MS, tor ealu liv
Sept (i_ KOWARI) HOP
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Copperas, Suit, Lim
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococulus Indiens
Berries to mn lie sleepy er headache.
Bust Proof Seed Oats.
P?.rW\ BUSHELS RUST TROOF ;
t_>VJl I OATS for salo by
AUK 25_KOW VRD HOF
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beel
BECAUSE it gives strength and impi
their health. _March
1,000,000 SSL* ?M
bo supplied at reasonable rates by apply!:
J?HN E. GYLEH
Sept '2 At Hope's sin
Porter and Ale.
CASKS Barclay, Porkins A- Co.'a 1
?O DON PORTER, and George[Yoi
A. Son's sparkling Allon ALE, on ham!
tor sale low hy JOHN AGNEW .V St
Native and Foreign Wines.
SCUPPERNONG, Concord, !-antonie,
ret, Champagnes, just received un
anio low. by E. Ut)
pl?TTON SEED REFINED OIL, by th
\_J lon or barrel. Also, in Klaas*, pin!
! quart:). For sale low. E. HO
City Lota for Bale.
PURSUANT to an award of arbitration,
and by virtue of tho power? conferred
in tho terms of submission of said arbitra?
tion, wo will sell, on tue sale-day in Octobor
next, all tbo right, title and interest of Jos.
Taylor, William Taylor and Lydia Haynes
worth, children of Harriet Taylor, do"eased,
and of Christopher Hay no? wort li, husband of
tho Baid Lydia Haynesworth, in that lot of
LAND, in tho city of Columbia, with a brick
Htoro thereon, fronting on Gervais street,
fifty-two feet four inches, moro or lesa, and
but ting and bounding to tho EaBt on Oates
street 203 feet, moro or ICBB; Weat, on lot
belonging now or formerly to tho estates of
Sully Drown and Anua Bannister, and North
nh lot belonging now or formerly to Wilton
Glover, on tho following torms, to wit: One
half cash and the bataneo ou a credit of one
year, securod by bond of purchaser und mort?
gage of premises.
?Tl?o said lot will bc sold in thrco lots.
First lot, with brick store aud sheds, front?
ing on Gervais street 52 foot and 4 indies and
running back ou Gates street 103 feet.
Second lot, in rear of Lot No. 1, and front?
ing on Oates street 50 feet and running baca
101 feet, moro or les?.
Third lot, North of Lot No, 2, and fronting
on Gates stroet 50 feet and running back 104
feet, moro or loss.
I'lltchuaCi'b to pftY US tot ntaiUpS a lui pa?
pers. JAMES D. TRADE WELL,
JOHN T. RHETT,
JOHN T. SLOAN, Ja.,
Sept 10 ni2 Ol_Arbitrators.
R. & W. C. SWAFF1ELD
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
tho largCBt and choicest stuck
of READY-MADE CLOTH?
ING, HATS and FURNISH?
ING GO 'DS, that they havo ever
offered to tho public, and embracing every
BIZ? made. As we intend to do a larger trade
than wo havo heretofore dono, wo will bo en?
abled to sell at a SMALLER PROFIT tban
we have heretofore dono.
Our French styles of
CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
Arc acknowledged by all to ho the choicest
??lection of Goods ever ?oen in this market.
Our stylo of GETTING UP GARMENTS will
bo miperior to anything wo havo heretofore
Our stock of SHIRTS, SCARFS and UN?
DERWEAR need but to be seen to hu appre?
HATS-wo have all the latest BIVICB.
Wo are ?till making to order thone perfect
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
D'S" Country merchants supplied as cheap
aa ?nv house South of New York. Sept 10
THE Proprietor of the "LITTLE STORE"
has just returned from New York with a neat
Cheapest yot of the season. Call and see, at
-Tuly 27 C. F. JACKSON'S. Blain St.
CHILDS & WILEY,
COLUMBIA. S. C.
WE have marked down all of our large
stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING to
such low figures that the prioe oomeB within
roach of all that wish a good fitting garment,
made in the latest stylo and by the beat mak?
ers in New York. We are the only house that
sell All Linen Drawers at (1.50. We aro the
only houso that have the imported Sea-Sucker
Calcutta Suit?, warranted genuine. An in?
spection of our largo stock will settle the
mind of any ono that money is made hy buy?
ing from ns. Thirty-two inch Sole Leather
Trunks, only a few left, at $20 June 23
We open this day a.
nice line of early
of which we invite an
PORTER & STEELE.
THE MORRIS^OTTO?T GIN
HA S I) IS TA NCEH A LL O THE HS.
AND is warranted to do it again, For full
particulars, relative to theeo machines,
address E. MORRIS,
- Juno 18 8mn_ : Columbia. R. O.
New Shore Mackerel.
KITS, hair and whole barrell, for salo low,
by E. HOPE.