Newspaper Page Text
. . - . -, . i i IM ,
GERMAN EVACUATION--MINK DIB ASTER
GASTEIN CONFERENCE NOT HOSTILE TO
FR ANGE-DIAMOND EXCITEMENT, AO., 40.
CALCUTTA, September 20.-The Chief
Justioo is dead. Tho assassin feigns in?
PARIS, September 21.-Thiers hoB as?
surances from Austria that nothing hos?
tile to France ooonrred at Gastriu.
The trial of Roohefort is progressing.
The Germans havo ovacoated St.
LONDON, September 21.-While the
workmen were re-opeuiog tho mine at
Wigram, five wore blown to pieces and
many wero wounded.
ROME, September 21.-The coloura?
tion closed without violence. Tro?pB
were bivouacked iu tho Btrcets. A fuw
cries of "Down with tho Popo!" wore
BERLIN, September 21.-Emperor Wil?
liam bas invested tho Austrian Minister,
Yon Beust, with the regalia of the black
LONDON, Septembor 21.-Tho papers
contain pungent articles upon tho United
States and Mexican relations as affected
by the barks Brothers and Harvest
Diamonds continue to be found iu
great numbers North of Capo Good
NEW YORK OOMFTROLIiRRfllTTP-MASONIC
AND POLITICAL CONVENTIONS-MASSA?
CHUSETTS ELECTION-REMOVAL OF IN?
DIANS-ACTION OP THE KU KLUX COM?
MITTEE-FEYER DEATHS, AC, AO. I
NEW YORK, September 20.-Up to 4
o'olook, Mayor Hall'issued no orders re?
voking tho order ignoring Comptroller
Connolly and his deputies. The ?vening
News Boys the person who stoic the
vouchers is known, nod a warrant is ont
for his arrest. The Post adds: "The
fact that vouchers were missing, how?
ever, was believed, for good reasons, by
the editors of the Evening Post, early in
the present month, and was referred to
in a leading ar tide as subjcot of inquiry.
It now appears that tho condition of tbe
Comptroller's records is eyen worse than
was supposed. The City Auditor,
through whose hands those vouchers
passed, and who was responsible for their
accuracy, was J. Tonusend Gbnnolly,
son of the Comptroller. He has since
left this country and gone to Europe,
and Mr. Herring has taken bis place.
Up to tho' time of going to prese, we
have nob been able to learn whether tho
vouchers weiro missed immediately after
Connolly's son's departure, nor have we
any. facts whioh directly tend to impli?
cate him in the theft. It was said, some
days ago, by men who knew that these
vouchers were missing, that it was de?
signed in the Comptroller's office to ma?
nufacture new vouohers in tho place of
theso, but we do not find any evidence
that such is the case; but it is believed
Mayor Hall will make offioial uso of this
robbery, as well as of the latter one, to
the utmost, for the purpose of driving
Mr. Connolly from his ofiico. The De?
partment of Parks hos made a requisi?
tion upon Comptroller Connolly for the
money required to meet payments now
due upon the pay rolls of the parks.
This io distinct recognition of Connol?
ly's right to perform tue duties of Comp?
SPRINGFIELD, September 20.-The
Republican Convention met to nominate
a Congressman at large. Four Counties
unrepresented. D. W. Munn presided.
Gen. J. L. Beveridge was nominated.
GALVESTON, TEXAS, September 20.
The grand torchlight procession last
night, in this oity, of the opponents of
the present State administration, was the
most brilliant display ever witnessed
boro. It is estimated that 5,000 persons
were in the procession, and 10,000
around tho speakers' stand. Tho stand
was decorated with }00 flags, every na?
tion being represented. The assembly
was addressed by distinguished speakers
from different seotions of the State, and
much enthusiasm was manifested.
Many negroes have been registered as
voters at Houston, who have been re?
cognized by citizens of Galveston and
Hempetead as being citizens of those
A large schooner is ashore on Galves?
ton Island, three miles below the city,
and is a total wreck. The words "Tom,
of Cincinnati." are on ber bow.
ST. PAUL. MINN., September 21.-The
State Republican Convention endorses
BOSTON, September 21.-The primary
eleotion in this city resulted in fifty-six
for Rioe and forty-four for Butler.
Lowell sends a fall delegation for Butler.
The latest retaras of delegates show 357
against 216 for Butler.
SPRINGFIELD, September 21.-The
convention for the nomination of a Re?
publican Congressman at large passed
resolutions endorsing Grant and in favor
of a tariff for the reven ne.
INDIANAPOLIS, September 21.-Five
more dead bodies have been taken from
BALTIMORE, September 21.-Judge
Wm. T tylor, of Texas, a delegate to the
Masonio and Episcopal conventions, is
soriously sick. Archbishop Spalding hos
been ill for several days, but is now
The Baltimore Commandory given an
elaborate silver service to the best drilled
COLUMHUS, OHIO, September 21.-Se?
nator Thurman is quite ill, with fever.
CHARLESTON, September 21.-Four
fever deaths in tho last twenty-four
BOSTON, Septembor 21.-The latost
count is 880 against and 210 for Butler.
NEW YORK, September 21.-The com?
mittee find the bond acconnts correct.
The ovideneo against Haggarty and
Boich seems conclusive. They were ar?
rested upon the affidavit of Comptrollei
Con o olly. It is stated a warrant bas i
been issued for a person in high posi?
tion, who bas'fled. Hall has no inten?
tion of resigning, pending the investiga?
tions. Heggarty, bis wife and Baloh
were committed on tho charge of stealing !
the von oh er s.
Thomas Steen, benriug despatches
from the British Embassy, was killed by
I jumping from tho train. He waa eighty
three yoars old,
WASHINGTON, September 21.-The Pre?
sident returns in October. Boutwell
and Spinner uro here. Belknap and
Genom! Sherman aro gone for a week.
Tho commissioners for tho removal of
the Cherokees, (somo 1,500,) from North
Carolina, are gone North to buy the In?
dians' Bcpplies. Tho movomont com
monces next week.
The Ku Klux Committee reaolvcd to
sond sub-committees to North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ten?
nessee, Alabama and Mississippi. Tho
committee will not visit Virginia, Arkan?
sas, Louisiana or Texas. Tho expenses I
will be paid from tho fuud in tho hands '
of tho Attorney-General.
Probabilities-An area of very low ba?
rometer probably exists North of Ne?
braska, after haviug apparently passed
ovor Oregon Wednesday morning. Fall?
ing barometer, with increasing winds
from the South-east nud South-west, aro
probable for Friday muming from Lakes
Huron and Superior to tho Missouri
Biver; Easterly winds for tho lower lakos;
pleaaaut weather in tho Atlantic and
CINCINNATI, September 21.-Tho dolo-1
gatea to tho Commercial Convention at |
Baltimoro leave to-morrow night.
BALTIMORE, Soptember 21.-Over
fifty Commnndcrics wero in tho proces?
sion. Nearly every Oommandery had a
band. The oity courts and atocle boards
were closed. It waa a general holiday.
The Boyal Arch Chapter elected? tho
following officer;), ranking as named: J.
H. Drummond, of Maine; E. H. Eng?
lish, of Arkansas; Charles H. Ober, of
Maryland ; Charles Marsh, of California;
John McClellan, of Massachusetts; C.
G. Fox, of New York; Joseph Yeatos, of
Wisoousin; D. C. Dawkins, of Florida.
R. A. PRINGLE,
Cotton Seller and Gen. Produce Broker,
Cen'ral Wharf, Charleston.
REFERENCES - Charleston-Hon. C. T.
Lowndes, Proaidont Punk of Charleston:
W. B. Smith, Esq., President Union Bank of
Charleston; Robert Adgor, Eaq., B. C. Press?
loy, Eaq. Ncwbnrry, S. C.-Rob't L. MoCaugh
riu, Presidout National Bank of Newberry.
I Cheater, S. C_Moaara. McAliley A Brawloj-.
Special attention niven to tho consignment
and aalo of COTTON, Dried Fruit, Ac.
EDWARD R. ARTHUR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
NO. 7 LAW RANGE.
WILL practico in tho Circuit aud Probato
Courts of llichland and adjoining
Counties. July 12 f3mo
"Motte's Victoria Tonic Bitters."
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseases, General Jiebiltty,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
THESE BITTERS havo now firmly OBta
hliahed themselves in tho favor of tho
public and the medical profession. Prepared
from purely vogotablo ingredients of acknow?
ledged efficacy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulating and prophylactic qualitioa
?cculiarly adapt thom to all c?aoa of General
ehility, Nervous Troetration of tho Sya
As au excitant of tho appetite and a whole?
some aid to thc process of digeetion, they
will he found to ho very efficacious, while
their peculiar medical properties render tbom
of unequaled value to thoso subject to Chills
and Fever, Cougcution, and other miasmatic
These Bitters will ho found most wonder?
fully beneficial in all caaes of Dobility und Ir?
regularities of Females. Wheresoever intro?
duced, tli?y become a standard article-a
medicinal staplo. Unlike tho many noxious
ut i mn 1 an t H advertised, they braco and fortify
tho systom without exciting undue cerebral
action. They aro without doubt tho beat to?
nic and couatitutional renovator ever offered
to tho public. MOTTE A TA HUANT,
Manufacturera and Solo Proprietors,
Newberry, S. C.
Sold bv E. II. IIiciNiTsu, Columbia, S. C.
IN view of tho influx of vi?
sitors to Columbia, occasioned
hy the provalonce of tho yul
_How fever iu Charleston, "the
proprietor ot ROSE'S HOTEL has concluded
to rc-opon his establiahmeut for tho accom?
modation of thc publio at once, and therefore
withdraws the proposals ho has heretofore
made for its aaie or lease.
Tho Hotel will henceforward bo conducted
as a ti rut class house of entertainment, and
special provision will ho made for tho comfort
and convenience of families.
Carriages and an Omnibus will bo found at
every arriving train. W. E. ROSE.
WE guarantee to save clubs
usually buying of tho so-called
"Groat American Tea Company,"
10 per cent, if they make liko piir
_chasos from us. Wohave juat ro
ccivou a large lot of TEAS, solocted and tried
carefully before purchasing, to which wo aak
the attention of the trado and consumers.
Aug 27_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
DE. S. F. F ANT'S
IS composed of tho hcBt Anti-pe?
riodic TonicB known to tho medical
profession. Tho addition of certain
ingredients has completely dis?
guised the tasto of tho Tonio prin?
cipio as to render it palatable, ovon
to tho most faBtidioua.
It augmento the energy of the vital func?
tions, exerting a powerful influence over the
digestive, asaimulative, stinguiuifcrous and
It proves aalutarv in tho dobility conse?
quent upon all malarious diaoaROs, violent
bodily or mental exertion, in weakness of tho
constitution ot both sexes, in nervous vertigo,
hoad-acho, tio-dolorcux, and many lucid
pains, dependent on deficient energy in thu
nervous system, lt also possesses laxative
and alterativo properties, and will remove all
biliousness from tho stomach, increase thu
appetite, and invigorate thu whole system.
Prepared only hy S. F. FANT,
Newberry, S. C.
For salo al W. C. FISH ER'S
Now Prug Storo,
Opposite Columbia Hotel,
Anguat 0 Gmo_ _ Columbia. H. C.
Mealifurnished at all hours at POLLOCKS'.
fPUf ARCIAXJ ARO COMBI KllC I At?.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 21.
Salea of cotton during tho post two days
110 bales-middling 18)?o.
LONDON, September 21-Noon.-Spe
oie continues to flow towards the United
States. The bank rate bas advanoed to
3. COUBOIS 031?. Bonds 93%.
PABIS, September 21.-Ben tes 56f.
LIVEBPOOL, September 21-3 P. M.
Golton opened quiet and irregular and
is now dull-uplauds 9,%@9>?; Orleans
9%@9??; sales 8,000 bales; speoulation
and exports 2,000.
LONDON, Boptombcr 21-Evening.
Bullion cl ec roused ?095,000. Oonsols
03. Bonds 93^.|
LIVERPOOL, September 21-Evening.
Cotton closed dull-uplands 9jJ?@9<}?;
NEW YORK, Soptembor 21-Noon.
Salos of cotton laat oveniug for future
delivery, 4,400 bales-September 19)?J?
19 11-16; Ootobor 19 51G?19%; Novem?
ber 19 ???19%; December 19 3-lG?19%;
February 1913-16 ?19%; March 2U;
April 20 3-1G. Flour steudy. Wheat a
shade firmer. Corn a shade higher.
Pork 13.50. Lard unchanged. Cotton
firm-upland? 20^8 ? Orleans 20 J?; sales
1,200 bales. Froights dull. Stocks ra?
ther heavy and not quito BO activo. Gold
Arm, at 14/<j@14^0'. Goverumouts dull
and hoavy. State bonds dull and weak.
Money nominal, nt 4@6. Storling
long 8K; short 8%.
7 P. M.-Tho Government sold $6,
000,000 of gold. Under tho pressuro,
gold declinad to 13JJ, but rallied to
14J^. Cotton ansier; sales 1,3-14 bales
uplauds 20; Oilcans 20;*?. Flour steady
and unchauged. Whiskey 94j?. Wheat
l@2o. botter-winter red Western 1.53
(?)1.57. Corn Grmer, ot 73>.<@74. Rico
iirm, at 8j??9J?. Pork 13.3~7;?@13.50.
Lard firmer-kettle 9^. Freights dull.
Sales of cotton to-day for future delive?
ry 8,000 bales-for Soptembor 19 11-1G; !
October 19^(3)19',.<; November 19??@
19>.<; December lU^C^lO?*; January
19 9-16; February 19 9-16; March 20;
April 20. Money 5?6. Sterling 8}t.
Gold Governments fever?
ish-sixty-twos 15. Stato bonds ne?
glected and weak-Teuncsscos 71; new
70} n. Virginias 62?^; new 69. Louisi?
anas 65; now 60; levees 70; eights 81.
Alabamas 100; lives 67. Georgias 83;
sevens 91. North Carolinas 40; now
42;?. South Carob uns 70; now 55>.i.
CINCINNATI, September 21.- Flour
ut full prices. Corn firm. Pork steady,
at 12.75. Bacon in fair deinaud-shoul?
ders 7\?\ clear sides 8>.j; clear rib 7j.?;
hams advanced, at 17. Whiskey 91.
ST. LOUIS, September 21.-Flour un?
changed. Corn dull and drooping
Whiskey 90@90'.<. Bagging uuchnnj?ed.
Pork 13.00? 13.25. Bacon Arm. Lard
LOUISVILLE, September 21.-Bagging
unchanged. Flour firm. Coru quiet.
Provisions active and higher. Shoulders
7} A; door rib 7??; olear 8}.<. Packed
pork firstname.lastname@example.orgU. Whiskey 91@92.
BALTIMORE, September 21.-Cotton
quiet-middling 20; receipts 73 bales;
miles 115; stock 1,175. Flour unchanged.
Wheat firmer. Com quiet. Provisions
firm and unchanged. Whiskey 94.
liosTON, September 21.-Cotton activo
-middling 21; receipts 233 bales; sales
500; stock 5,000.
WILMINGTON, September 21.-Cotton
qniet-middling 19; receipts 48 bales;
sales 31; stock 70S.
CHARLESTON, September 21.-Cotton
utoady-middling 18).<; receipts 426
bales; sales 150; stock 5,030.
PHILADELPHIA, September 21.-Cotton
AUGUSTA, September 21.-Cotton
steady-middling 18,!.?; receipts 300
SAVANNAH, September 21.-Cotton
firm-low middling 18J?,@19; receipts
478 bales; sales 20; stock 4,071.
NEW ORLEANS, September 21.-Flour
firmer-superfine 5.45 @ 5.50; doublo
6.40?6.50; troblo 6.75 ?7.00. Corn
j scarce and higher, at 82@S5. Pork
quiot but firmer-mess held at 11.75.
Others unchanged. Cotton steady
middling 20($20??; receipts 753 bales;
sales 250; stock 18,239.
MEMPHIS, September 21.-Cotton
MOBILE, September 21.-Cotton firm
-middling 19 JA; receipts 2,987 bales;
sales 250; stock 6,914.
GALVESTON, September 21.-Cotton
unsettled-good ordinary 16??@16^?j
receipts 483 bales; sales 25?); stock 12,9/2.
NORFOLK, Soptembor 21.-Cotton
steady-low middling 18?4; receipts 472
bales; sales 80; stock 1,979.
The New Departure.
WE proposo to depart from tho old fogy
habit of selling
at such high figures so much iu vogue hero,
and intend fruin this on to mako it to the in?
terest of buyers to patronize
TUE STORE OF PORTER & STEELE.
Wo have just r turned from tho Eastern
Market with a beautiful assortment of DEY
GOODB selectod with groat caro, and as wu
bought them mir, wo proposo to givo eur cus?
tomers tho advantago of tnoso LOW
Flu UKKK 1 We ask especial attuution tu our
chuice lot of Men's Wear, embracing all styles,
colors and prices. DltEBH GOODS, tho new?
est designs out, and a full stock. Wo show
I tho best Hun of Fringes in tho city, and at
tho lowest figures. lu all Domestic Ucods,
wu oiler rare bargains. Wo w ill mako it to
tho interest of buyers to oxann .o our Block
Sept'21 i'OUTKIl - ? STEELE.
You may secure a valuablo prize by pur
chasing a ticket in tho Columbia Co-opera?
tive building Association.
The World-Renowned Howe Bowing
Are the Oldest Established of Any in the World.
IN rango of work this Machino cannot bo
equalled. Will work equally well on Ulick
or thin goods, from gauze to hoavloat bcavor
coatings, or oven loather, without chango of
needle, tonb < a or thread. Wo will warrant |
them to do this. Our fine work is equal to
any, and our * vy work excels that of any
other machino in tho world. Ladies wishing
to introduoo the Bowing luto their families will
lind it a great saving of timo, labor and ex?
pense to at onoo purchase tho beet. Persons
who havo tried all machinen aro unaniraouH in
doclaring this to ho tho easiest learned of any
in tho markot. If you aro prejudiced in favor I
of anv particular machino, at least examino
THE HOWE boioro yon purchase
ALFRED O. ELY,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Oflico three doors below Dr. Hcinitbh'u Drug
store, Main atroot, Columbia, S. O.
Fall and Winter Goods.
THE undesigned boga leave to inform
his cuu.uinera, and tho public goneral
_ly, that ho has juat returned from New
York with tho moat choice selection of goode ]
evor brought to thia markot, embracing HOE
SKINS, Cloths, French and English Ca-fli
morcs, Vestings, Ac, of tho most modern
A largo aasortmont of GENTS' FURNISH?
Hy paying close attention to busin csa; ho
f xpecta to receivo a abare of tho public pa?
tronage. C. D. EBERHARD 1.
_ Sept 20 __
ttUR "COMPASS BRAND'7
ARE DOUDLE-FACED-warranted FAST I
BLACKS-yamo on both aides. Wo'
have the entire control of th cae choice gooda
for this market, and aro bolling them at a
much loas price than any other Black Alpaca
ahown in the market.
ALEXANDRE and COURVOISEER KID
GLOVES, in blackB and colors. Everybody
knowa they aro tho beat and only A 1 Kid
Glove imported. To bo had at
Sept 17 Imo_W. D. LOVE A CO.'8.
NEW GOODS !
HAVING juat returned from New York,
whoro I made my pmchaaoa, I am pre?
pared to show ono of tho MOST CHOICE
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gontlomon'a wear ever offered in this mar?
ket. My stock embraces French, Engltah and
Scotch CasaiincrcB, Cloths and Vestinga, and
a full supply of Genta' Furnishing Gooda go
ncrally. 1 havo alao a vory largo stock of the
celebrated "Star Shirts." A abare of patron?
age ia respectfully Bclicitcd.
Sept 17_J. F. EISEN MANN.
Universal Life Insurance Company.
WE aro desirous of securing the aorvicci
nf a half dozen activo Canvassing
Agunta in South Carolina for tho Universal
Lite Iiiaurauco Company, of New York, with
whom liberal (erma will oo mado. Wo desire
also responsible Local Agents for each town
I in tho State. Al. W. GARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
Stato Superintendents of Agincica.
CoLuainiA, S. C., September 8, 1S71.
G 0 S 8 I<P !
NOT to bo behind our neighbors, to say
nothing of our being emulous to sur?
pass them, wo beg to offer for inspect iou and
purchase ono of tho beat stocks evor ahown
in our linc in any market; every effort energy
and enterprise can suggest, every advantage
capital and experience ? fiord UH, aro used
solely for tho purpoae of furnishing the UKbT
gooda at loweat possible prices.
Aleo, need scarcely add,that all our weights
arc standard-1CJ OZ. to tho pound, if any in?
Well, that FLOUR is just aa good aa any
man's Flour-sold perhaps lower, and weighs
aa usual l'Ju pounds to tho barrel.
Stock full, bought boforo riao in price and
advance iu gold-full weight guaiantecd, at
All grades direct from Henneries-sold at
less than coat (of courao everybody docs it)
and no cheating about weights either.
Thoao are pure domestic and imported, and
sold miudlul ur Undo Sam's commandment,
"Thou shalt not water thy ardent spirits
without a special liconao." Wo havo no spe?
New Goods constantly arriving. Please
call and examine. GEO. S?MMERS.
Columbia Male Academy.
Classical and Mathematical School.
THU nest session will begin oh
MONDAY, October 2. The studies
?embrace a full high school collrae,
For particulars, apply to the un?
dersigned, or to Mr. J." S. Muller,
First Ansistant. HUGH S. THOMPSON,
Sept 1(5 Principal.
Popular and Low-Priced Dry Goods
W. D. LOVE & CO.
XTTEhavo opened thiB season up lo Hie
VT present time 150 packagea of Choice
Gooda for Fall and Winter, selected with
great care expressly for thia market, bought
direct from first hands, at much leau than re?
gular pricoa. All tho departments aro now
Wo have a full lino of DRESS GOODS, coin
firising all tho new fabrics, such m Epaug
ines, Yalouis do Paris, Japancso Silks, Pop?
lins, Challioa, Ac, unrivaled for qualities,
atyloB and prices.
In CARPETS and RUGS, we havo aomo of
tho choiceat goods produced thia season.
Wo havo a big stock of BLANKETS, Shawls,
Cloaks, Sacks, Jackets, Cloths, Caaaimcres,
Tweeds, Jeans, Linseys, Checks, Homespuns
and Prints, which mu-.t bo sold to make room
fur moro on the way.
A nice lino of CLOAKING bv tho vard.
Our HOSIERY, Glovus nnd'Mcri?o Under?
wear cannot bo excelled anywhere
Wo keep tho best quality of TABLE DA?
MASK, Napkins, Doylies, Towels and Linens
in tho State for tho mouoy-house-keepers
mako a note of this.
We havo a nico lino of Ladies' whit o ready
made UNDER CLOTHING, mado in tho beat
manner, of lino material.
Our Lace and Embroidery Department
always contain tho lateet novelties. Ladies'
Fancy Silk Neck-Ties, in all tho new styles.
Wo sell tho heat Whito Dress Shirt in tho city
fur tho money. Wo solicit orders from city
or country, and invito all to inspect our stuck,
which will bo shown froely.
Ploaso romcuiucr wo keep only tho beet
makes of Gooda, and havo but ONE PRICE.
W. I). LOVE Vt CO.,
Columbia Hotel building,
W. D. Luvr.. Main street.
B. II. Mc?iiKKiiY. Sept P)
Tho rn lllo for Tempers nco Hall. Ac., will
R. & W. C. SWAFF1EL?
mgm HAVE JUST RECEIVED.
BJH tho largest and choicoat stock
JT^ o? HEADY-MADE CLOTH
4&&$^lNO, HATH and FURNISH-"
^*ING OO >D8, that they havo over
offered to tlio public, and embracing every |
Biz?* made. As wo intend to do a larger trade
than wo have heretofore dono, wo will bo en?
abled to eell at a SMALLER PROFIT than
wo have heretofore done.
Our French etylca of
CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
Aro acknowledged by all lo bi tho choicoet
Bolcction of Gooda ever Been in thia market.
Our Btylo of GETTING Ul' GARMENTS will
ho superior to anything wo havo heretofore
Our stock of SHIRTS, SCARF8 and UN?
DERWEAR need but to bo seen to bo appre?
IIATS-wo havo all tho latest styles.
We aro still making to order those perfecl
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Country merchants supplied as cheap
as anv houso South of New York. Sept 10
I. C. SHIM & CO.
Our New Stock
STILL continues to como in, and wo aro
consequently prepared to show'
NOVELTIES EACH DAY
iu every branch of our trado. Just iu, a ?uc
SILKS AND SATINS
and other Dross Gooda, of every Btyle and
in Aprons, Sheets, Bibd, Toys, Diaper, and
other articles too numerous to mention. An?
other fine elock of
just in-overy pair warranted.
R. C. SIIIVER.DAVID JONES.
Sept 19 _
WE ask of buyers au examination of the
California Fort Wine.
O. P. Gardner's North Carolina Corn.
Suit's, 1S3U, Rye.
Old Virginia Glades.
Pure Cognac Brandy.
These are all standard gooda, and wo have
put tho prices right doren to the bottom. Also,
cheap goods of all gradee, tho quality and
prices or which will certainly please tho buyer
and savo him money.
Aug27_L?RICK k LOWRANCE.
American Club Fish.
J?^5*?^35 A DELICIOUS relish; better
and much cheaper than Sardinea. For sale
TnE Propriotor of tho "LITTLE STORE"
has just returned from New York with a neat
Cheapest yet of tho season. Call and seo, at
.July 27 C. F. JACKSON'S. Nain St.
0 ? . ?
For sale by W. C. FISHER,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Jilly 20 .Imo Opposite Columbia Hotel.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Friday) MORNING, &t lo o'olook, wet.
therfpermitting, I will ecll. before my store :
- lbs. prime li. S. HIDES.
Primo Smoked Sides.
Primo Smoked St ripa.
Sundry articles of FDIfNITUBE._
The Best in the Market !
InAVE just roturnod from Now York with
tho finest stock in tho st?rket, embracing
WATCHES of oil grades. JEWELRY of all
styles, Silver and Plated Ware of tho moat
modern patterns-beautiful in design, dura?
ble, cheap and warranted to suit.
My stock includes everything to bo found in
tho New York market, and I do not intend to
bo under-sold. Call and examino for your?
selves. Attentivo clerks will gladly show you
thc ti o ns t assortment of articles above named,
and of Ringa, Lockets, Sleeve Buttons,Breast
Pins; in fact, ovorything needed or to be
found in a first class jewelry store.
Sept 14_Under Colombia Hotel.
Vegetable Blood and Liver Fills.
/'ure Bile ! Pure Blood I Pure Fleth !
AMUCH needed medicine, in all tropical
climates, is a Blood Purifier and a Liver
Regulator. These PILLS combine the eaaon
tial properties of an Invigorator of the Livor
and Purifier of the Blood. The largest organ
in the body is the Liver. It is tho great
work-ahop of tho body. When this important
organ does not act, tho ekin becomes sal?
low; Bick headache sets in, with chilly sensa?
tions; cold hands and feet; pain in tho head;
hectic fever; gastric disturbance: vomiting; a
feeling of weight in tho region of tho Liver; a
dry Cough. Among other symptoms of liver
I derangement, are soreness in th? region of
I the liver, across the stomach, and below the
ribs; oppressed stomach; face sometimes
Hushed; feverishness in tho afternoon or at
night; drowsiness and indolence: nervous
I watchfulness at night: melancholy, blues ;
dreama, commonly frightful; cheat unpressed
and heavy; darting pains in the abdomen;
f&intneaa; sighing; difficult and short breath;
pain in tho chest, about tho lungs, commonly
mistaken for pleurisy; shifting pains, like
?those of rheumatism; colics; sometimes a
short, sharp cough, with dryness of throat;
unpleasant throbbing about tho stomach; ex?
cess of dandruff, and scurfy deposit on the
akin: falling of tho hair; f nines a and straitness
i of thc abdomen, with desire to loosen the
I clothing, sour stomach, with symptoms Of
dyspepsia; bilious colics; diarrhoea; dysen?
tery; fevers; obstinate constipation; intermit?
tent fever, or fever and agne; jaundice; cos?
tiveness and diarrhoea alternately; expectora?
tion stringy and sticky; foul month in the
morning, often nausea and vomiting; dizzi?
ness; pain in tho right shoulder, sometimes
in shoulder-blade; inability to Ho on left side;
hiccough: occasionally, pain in left shoulder,
seasonable use of the' BLOOD AND LIVER
PILLS, taken as directed, will always prevont
thia painful termination of tho disorder.
These Pille are for sale by
EDWARD H. HEINIT8H,
August HO f Chemist and Druggist.
CHILDS & WILEY,
C O I. V MUIA, 8 . c .
WE have marked down all of our large
etockof READY-MADE CLOTHING to
such low figures that the prioe comes within
reach of all that wish a good fitting garment,
made in the latest style and by tho beat mak?
ers in New York. We aro the only house that
sell All Linen Drawers at $1.60. We are the
only house that havo tho imported Sec-Sucker
j Calcutta Suits, warranted genuino. An in?
spection of our largo stock will eettlo the
mind of any one that mouoy ie made by buy?
ing from us. Thirty-two inch Sole Leather
j Trunks, only a few left, at t'20. Juno 23
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is pure, and
warranted to be BO._March ll
Wines and Liquors.
THE undersigned bog leave to
.call the attention of consumers
'and wholesale purchasers, to
.their assortment of goods in this
lino, which they aro offering at
prices which ilofy competition. Their stock
consists in part ol
Choice OTARD BRANDIES,
Domestic aud California Brandies,
Choice Old Rye, Nectar and Monogram
Common and Rectified Whiskies,
Old Port, Sherry, Madeira and Malaga
Ginger, Cherry and Blackberry Brandies,
Barclay, Perkins A Co.'a London Porter,
Youoger'e Sparkling Allua Ale,
Angostura Ritters, Stoughton Bitters.
Champagnes of the following choice brands:
Louia Renderer, Delmonico, Hledseiok, Carte
Blanche, Cabinet and California Champagnes.
Old Holland Gin, Wolfe's Schiedam
Schnapps, Jamaica Bum, etc, etc
Sept 7_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Old Virginia Hams.
1,000 lbs. Virginia (country-cured)
III AMS, for sale by
8opt6 EDWARD HOPE.
Fall Turnip Beed.
THORBURNS Green Globe, Red Top, L.rgo
White Norfolk, Yellow Stone, and luit a
Bags, frosh, and for salo by
Anguet 2 ?,_EDWARD HOPE.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchante,
Cil ARLO TTE, JV*. O.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Corn. Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ac, and Family Groceries
generally. Orders filled carefully and prompt?
ly._Fob 7 lyr
The Bexter Stables.
q?A THE undersigned have re
JtLrfffj moved their Stables to the new
ro5?tf*>--k building, immediately South of
^7?*^^:?iJnhIftnljey's Hall, and, with a now
W*4^^' f?tock of 0* RUT* OES, BUG?
GIES ano fino HOBBES, aro prepared lo an?
swer nil calls that may bo made upon thom.
Horaea bought and cold on commission.
Persona in want of good stock, aro invited to
give IIB a call. Liberal adviincrs made on
stock loft for aalo. BOYCE A CO.
W. n. BOYCE.
C. H. PKTTiNon.n. Jan 24
Secure tickets in tho Columbia Co-opera?
tive Building Association.