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NOON DESPATCHES. '
SPAIN QUIET-TERRJPIO GALE IN ENGLAND
- -GERMANS EVACUATING OISE-DIFFER?
ENCES BETWEEN PRANCE AND ITALY
El OT IN CORK-ARBITRATION REJECTED -
AMADEUS* PROGRESS, AO., AO.
MADRID, September 30.-Marshal
Serano is proposed for tho Presidency
of the Cortes. AU is quiet in Spain,
and the recent agitation on the part of
the CarlistB was utterly unsuccessful.
EleotionB will be held on Sunday:
LONDON, September"30.-The British
revenue for tho year closing to-day,
shows a decrease of a million sterling.
A terrific galo was experienced to-day
at Yarmouth, and occasioned grout
damage to property slang the sea eoast,
and on the river Yare, and to shipping in
the roads.
The Algerian insurrection has occa?
sioned much agitation on the fron tier'of
Tunis, and u despatch from that
quarter notes contiuual increase in dis?
turbances.
PARIS, October 1-Mid-night.-Tho
Germans commenced withdrawing from
the department of Oiso Sunday after?
noon.
Differences have arisen between
France andTtaly, respecting the Pontifi?
cal debt.
MADRID, October 2.-At nn official re?
ception at Don Espartera's bouse, the
ex-Minister addressed tho King as fol?
lows: "If nt any time tho enemies of
Spain should seek to overthrow its
liberties and ihdependeuoe, and a young
King plaoe himself ab the head of the
army, I mud' my comrades will follow
him." Tbe.reception was graud.
LONDON, October 2.-There was a
fight at ! Cork, on Sunday, between thc
p'olice and supposed Fenians. Shots
. were exchanged, abd one policeman
wounded. Three arrests were made.
The bark Sorullo went ashore during
the late guie. Six rescued, four starved
to death .in the rigging, nnd four were
drowned. "The ship Mount Sinai wat
burned at sea. The recent gale extended
to the continent, damaging the oropi
and vineyards und prostrating tho tole
graphs.
PARIS, October 2.-Viotor Hugo bat
written to Thiers, strongly interceding
for clemency in Bochefort's case. There
are no intimations that tho appeals ir
Boohefort's favor will be favorably
. entertained.
NIGHT DESPATCHES.
LONDON, October 2.-Proprietors de
cline to accept arbitration at Newcastle
?because the workmen are gone elsewhere,
They cannot afford to make concession:
unless they secure skilled labor thereby
MADRID, Qotober 2.-During bis pro
gross, Amadeus expended ?50,000 in do
mitions and received,3 1,000 petitions.
PABIS, October 2.-Thiers writes Huge
. that the pardons of the commission aloin
can modify, the sentences of the militan
tribunal.
American Intelligence.
NOON DESPATCHES.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRES-SALT DAKE TROUBLE!
-OOLLATSE OP THE CUBAN INSURRECTIOl
-INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDER SYS
TEM-MODIFICATION OF INJUNOTION
PBVER DEATHS, AC, AO.
Roon ESTER, September 30.-Georg
H. Mumford, a prominent citizen of thi
place, pnd for roany years connecte!
with tho. Western Union Telegraph Com
puny, died, suddenly, -this evening, o
apoplexy. He was attending to busines
this morning.
. NEW YORK, September 30.-Judg
Barnard has granted an order to oompc
the senior member of the firm of Ingei
soil & Co. to appear, to be' examined fe
the purpose of eliciting testimony o
whioh to base a oomplaiat or complaint
in one or more suits that have been inst
tuted against some of the city officials.
MEMPHIS, (?September 30.-A larg
number of horses have arrived for th
races next week, which promise to L
unusually good.
CHICAGO, 'Ootober 1.-The Burlingto
warehouse, an immense brick buildin
between the railroad traok and Sixteent
street, was bumed. Nearly 200 tim
had goods stored in the warehous
valued at $800,000. The part of ti
building used os a bonded warehous
.containing $3,000,000 worth of good
oscaped, by reason of a large fire wal
There is an aggregate insurance ?
$700,000 on tho goods destroyed. Lo
of building $50,000. One" man w
burned to death, and it is feared tim
others perished. Several firemen wc
. injured.
ST. LOUIS, Ootober 1.-Tho Southe:
Hotel safe was robbed of $3,500.
WASHINGTON,*Octob?r 1.-The Treas
ry sells $2,000.0110 of gold each Thui
day, and buys $2,000,000 of bonds ea?
"Wednesday of Ootober.
CINCINNATI, October 1.-K. J. Mon
has been re-elected Mayor.
Isaao Smith, a citizen who had visit
Natchez, died bf yellow fever here, y<
terdoy. The viotim, while at Nateln
went into a vault and saw the body of 1
brother, who bad died of yellow fever
SAN FRANCISCO, Ootober 2.-Tues
(Arizona) advices state that there is
safety for either life or property on t
Gila River from Mexioan bandits. Mi
ioan and Arizona residents are murdei
indiscriminately.
BIOHMOND, VA. , October 2.-A bill
inj unction,against tho Virginia and Ti
nessee Railroad Company and its Pr?
dent, General Mahons, was filed t
morning, in. the United States Circ
Court, by Jas. E. Lison, of Baltimore
non-resident stockholder, charging I
.consolidation of that road with oth
to bo illegal and unconstitutional; i
that the President and officers prop
to issue bonds for $8,000,000, Recur
the Bame upon tho consolidated ro
and their earnings, including the ^
ginia and .Tennessee, South-side i
Norfolk and Petersburg Bonds, un
the name of the Atlantic, Mississi
und Ohio Railroad Company. Tho
charges that any such use of said ro
and property is ill?gal and doatrooUvo
of ibo'bights of'stockholders, BS'la tb o
oarrying on of the consolidation act in
other' respecta. The bill, therefore,
prays for an injnnotiou against 'any act
to carry out such consolidation, aud es?
pecially the issuing and selling of bonds,
and scouring the same by a lieu upon the
stock. Judge Bond has passed an order
for hearing the motion for injunction on
the 20th instant, which, by practice of
the court, operates as a restraining order
until Ibo hearing.
NEW YORK, Ootober 2.-A Bpeoial to
the Herald, from Silt Lake, reports tho
rumor that Brigham Young has been in
(hoted, and will be tried this week. The
Mormons continue to buy arms. The
Mormon journals advocate opon resist?
ance. It ie understood that the Federal
authorities ask for reiuforoements.
WASHINGTON, Ootober 2.-The jury in
tho case of Durden, for killing McCar?
thy, were out ten minutes, uud returned
u verdict of "not guilty."
HAVANA, October 1.-The t?l?graphie
lino between Havana and Puerto Princi?
pe, which pusses through tho district of
Camagnoy, stronghold of tho lato ii
surreotion, has been completely re?
established, and is now in working
order. The liue hud bcon out by the
insurgents nt tho beginning of the
Struggle, and kept interrupted over
since by their possession of the inter?
vening largo torritory of Camagney.
SALT LAKE, October 2.-The first three
companies of United States troops havo
arrived. They were sent by Gen. Auger,
upon the requisition of Gov. Woods.
NEW YORK, Ootober 2.-The Cuban
Junta celebrated their anniversary on
Saturday night. According to tho state?
ments made, thc insurrection is ns strong
as ever, and the revolutionary govern?
ment continues its regular organization.
NIGHT DESPATCHES.
NEW YORK, October 2.-International
money orders between United States and
Great Britain commenced to-day. lle
mittances may also be made via Switzer?
land to the principal towns und cites in
Austria, Hungary, Spain, llussia, Swe?
den, Denmark, Greece, Egypt, East lu?
dia and China..
Judge Barnard has modified the iu
juuetion order which restrains the pay?
ment of money without the endorsement
of Comptroller Green, and prohibits the
raining of money without the sanction
of the Board of Apportionment.
CHICAGO, October 2.-Wm. French,
editor of the Lacou (111.) Statesman, is
dead.
HELENA, MONTANA, October 2.-Afire,
originating in the Herald office, destroyed
that office, tho post office, and several
adjoining buildings. Loss $75,000.
WASHINGTON, Ootober 2.-The Secre?
tary of the Navy goes to Ohio to' aid in
the cumpaign. The President leaves
Chicago hituerwurd to-morrow.
Debt statement-deereaso during the
mouth. 813.500,000; coin in the Trea?
sury, 390,500,000; currency, $16,000,
U00. '
Tho Criminal Court, to-day, quashed
tho indictment against White uud Karns
dell, who refused to testify before the
Senate committee.
Probabilities-Falling barometer, with
brisk South-westerly winds, and possibly
rain, will probably prevail by Tuesday
noou from Tennessee nnd Illinois to the
lower lakes and New England; continued
cloudy weather with Southerly winds
West to Alabama; Southerly winds and
increased cloudiness on tbe South At?
lantic; rising barometer, with clearing
weather, in the North-west.
NASHVILLE, TENN., Ootober 2.-The
Legislature organized with John C.
Vaughan aa Speaker of the Senate, and
James D. Richardson, Speaker of the
House.
CHARLESTON, October 2.-Arrived
steamers Gulf Stream, Philadelphia;
Champion, New York; schooners R. W.
Brown and Virginia Ross, New York.
Sailed-steamer Falcon, Baltimore.
One fever death during the twenty
four hours ending at noon to-day.
NEW ORLEANS, October 2.-The Board
of Health report the interments for the
week at 116-only one from yellow fever.
The death reported by yellow fever was
thut of a man from Natchez, taken shk
seven days after his arrival. He was
carried to tho Charity Hospital on the
27th, and died on the 30th September.
No other death from yellow fever has
occurred in the lust niue days.
A negro preacher at a Georgia camp
meeting told his hearers they could
never enter Heaveu with whiskey bottles
in their pockets, and urged them to
"briug 'em right up to tho pulpit." and
he would "offer 'em a sacrifice to de
Lord." It was done; but tho preacher
was found incapable when tho hour for
evening service arrived.
New ii ac ko rel.
JUST received, a full supply of now Boston
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 sud 3, in barrels,
half barrels, quarter barrels and kits, for
family usn, for eulo ow by
Sept 20_JOHft AGNEW & SON.
Barley! Barley!
PLANTERS can havo SEED BARLEY at
$1.25 per bushel. Terms cash.
Sept 22 JO UN O. S EEG EUS.
Hardware, etc.
1 f\f\ DOZEN AXES.
IV/V/ 4? bales bagging.
20U bundlos Arrow Ties.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
2(10 pairs Trace Chains.
Just recoived and for salo at lowest market
pricou. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Butter.
4TUBS Virginia Valley BUTTER,
6 tubs Mountain Butter.
3 tubs due Goshen lintier.
All nice and fresh and for salo LOW.
Pot 1_L?RICK .V LOW HANGE.
Mules and Horses.
<f\r-fM? AS wo intend lo romain,inJ^^
>f?*r\;o)umina all winter, per- HBa
* 1 ?J t. in want of FIN E?J3fc
STUCK, will have an opportunity ot IUS?IHK
solectinna at different times. Wo havo .just
received a oar-load ot priam MULES, winch
will bu disposed of "righi."
Supt 23 J W. S. A J. M. TOLBERT.
Financial and Commerciale rt ri?? >?< .
COLUMBIA, Si O.i Ootober 2.- Sui CH of
ootton to-day 65 bales-middling 17$?o.
NEW YORE, Ootober i.-The cotton
movement shows a large inoreaso in re?
ceipts and export? as compared with
lust week. Receipts at all ports .for the
week 3-1,073 bales, against 20,606 Ia3t
week, 12,561 for the previous week, and
9,137 three weeks Bince. Total receipts
Bince September 1, 76,343, against 124,
649 for tho corresponding period of the
previous year, showiug a decrease of
48,806. Exports from all ports for the
week 12,413, against 10,103 for the same
week last year. Total exports for tho
expired portion bf the aotton year
43,070, against 29,138 for the same timo
last year. Stock at all portH 99,870,
against 100,419, for the sumo time last
year. Stocks ut interior towns 16,602,
against 19,753 last year. Stock of cot?
ton in Livorpool 423,000, agni list 521,
000 last vear. American cotton afloat
for G reut Britain 54,000, against 28,000
last year. India cotton afloat fer Europe
717,332, agniust 395,140 Inst year. There
has beeu a marked improvement in the
condition of affairs at the South during
tho week; thu weather bus been cool und
very little ruiu has fallen; picking is pro?
gressing with vigor, and little complaints
of caterpillars.
NEW YORK, October 2-Noon.
Flour 10@2Uo. bettor. Wheat l@2o
bolter. Oom lc. better. Pork steady,
at 13 50. Cotton quiet-uplands 19-}/,
Orl?ans 20Jtf; sales 10,000 balee.
Freights quiet. Stocks steady. Gold
firm, at 14-},{". Governments dull and
steady. State- bonds dull and steady.
Money easy, at 6. Exchange-long
1.08??; short 1.09.
7 P. M.-Money active and sharp, ut
7; demand for discounts active. Star?
ling heavy, at 7%@8. Gold U%(a\U%.
Governments very steady-62s 16. States
generally dull; new South Carolinas ac?
tive but weak; sold down to 60@50??
from 52%. Saturday evening-Tonnes
sees 71 j?; new 71}?. Virgiuias Olj.?;
new 68. Louisianas 65; now 59; levees
70,J??'; 8s 82. Alabamas 100; 5s 68. Geor?
gias 82; 7s 91. North Carolinas 41; new
23. South Carolinas 75; now 50. Cot?
ton quiet and steady; sales 1,538 l?ales
uplands 19%; Orleans 20J^. Flour
Southern active and firmer; commou to
fair extra 7.20@7.90; good to choice
7.95 9.(10. Whiskey 1.00. Wheat
closed quiet; advance lost-winter red
Western 1.68@1.72. Corn closed quiet
and noon's advauco nearly lost, at 77(<y
77J.?. Rico steady, at 8}<i(aj9. Pork
13.50. Lard firmer, ot lOj?" @ 10Vf.
Freight? firmer. Sales of cotton to-dtiy
for future delivery 5,900 bales-October
19 7-16^?l9>.<; November 19>.i@19 7-1(3;
December 19 9-lG@19??.
ST. Louis, October 2.-Flour buoyant
-medium and lower brauds advanced
15@25c. ; winter superfine 5.25@5.50.
Coin firm. Whiskey 95. Bugging un?
changed. Pork 13.00. Bacon-holders
auxious; shoulders 7 '?(?^.j ; clcur sides
CINCINNATI, October 2.-Flour buoy?
ant aud unsettled-family 7.00@7.25,
but held higher. Corn 54. Pork held
at 12.75@I3.00. Lard 9yx. Bacon dull
-shoo ld eis 7; cleur sides 7 ?4 ; some pres?
sure to sell. Whiskey 95.
LOUISVILLE, October 2.-Bogging 17@
18. Flour firmer-extra family 6.25.
Corn ' active. Provisions in good de?
mand, but less firm. Pork 13.00@13.50.
Shoulders 1%; clear sides 8'?. Packed
lard 9%@11. Whiskey 95?96.
NEW ORLEANS. October 2.-Flour
quiet-superfine 5..50@5.75; double 6.65
(5^6.80; treble 7.00@7.25. Ooru quiet,
at 83@85. Pork dull-mesa held ot
14.50(i?l5.75. Bacon quiet, at 8^@
9)Q ; choice sugar-cured hams 19. Sugar
-old yellow and white clarified 12@13.
Molasses-some inferior new receipts
sold at 80. Whiskoy firmer and scarce
common rectified 98; choice hold at
1.09>.<. Coffee firm-fair to primo 16>?
@17><. Cotton firmer-middling 19|i;
receipts 2,544 bales; sales 900; stock
17,266.
BALTIMORE, October 2.-Flour very
firm. Wheat ?active aud firm. Ooru
firm-white 78@83; yellow 75@78.
Pork firm, ut 14.50. Bacon firm
shoulders 8. Lard 10(0)10%. Whiskey
1.02. Cotton firmer and held higher
middling 19)?@?9??; receipts 345 bales;
stock 1,385.
MEMPHIS, October 2.-Cotton active
-middling 18>?@18%; receipts 1,675
bales.
PHILADELPHIA, October 2.-Cotton
quit but firm-middliog 19%@20.
WILMINGTON, October 2.-Cotton firm?
er-middling 18; receipts 450 bales;sales
120; stock 1,694.
BOSTON, October 2.-Cotton firmer
-middling 20%@20%; receipts 465
bales; sales 350; stock 4,600.
CHARLESTON, October 2.-Cotton quiet'
and firm-middling I8J-4; receipts 1,515
bales; sales 100; stock 8,712.
MOOILE, Ootober 2.-Cotton firm
middling 18%(o)19; receipts 1,382 bales;
sales 400; stock 9,756.
AUGUSTA, October 2.-Cotton buoyant
-middling 18; receipts 300 bales; sales
450.
NORFOLK, October 2.-Cotton steady
low middling 18)?@18??; receipts 1,449
bales; sales 250; stock 4,796.
SAVANNAH, October 2.-Cotton active
and firm-low middling 18}?; receipts
1,914 bales; sales 750; stock 5^84.
FRANKFORT, October 2.- Bouda 95%
?95%.
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 2-3 P. M.
Cotton opened strong and is now active
and firmer-nplunds 9j?@9->o; Orleans
0&@9%.
PARIS, Ootober 2.-Rentes 56f. 35o.
LONDON, October 2-Noon.-Con?
sols 92%. Bonds 92%.
LIVERPOOL, October 2-Evening.- |
Cottou closed active-uplands 9*?(a)9;^;
Orleans 9%@9%; sales 18,000 bales.
LONDON, October 2.-Evening.
Consols and bouda closed at 93.
Axes: Axes!
I / \f\ DOZ ISN warranted AX KS, retail price
LUU $i;25 each,on hand and for salo at
wliolt-sulu und retail hy
?opt 20 JOHN AGNEW & HON.
? i At Private Sale.
M i A, BEAUTIFUL LOT? da Araonal Hill,
fejTjjf containing noarlv ono-fourt h of an aero,
?UiLeituatod on tho North nido of Hieb land,
between Gatos and Lincoln streets. On the
lot thero is a Dwolliog, containing four rooma,
also otbor ^necessary out-boildings. This ia
an opportunity to aoouro a valuablo proporty.
Apply to E. W. BEIBELS & CO.
Bopt 80 _3_
ONION SETS,
JUST RECEIVED
XS. E. JACKSON'S
DRUG STOKE.
Sept 30 j3_
KEW FALL DBI' MODS J?STl'
AT TIIE
LITTLE STORE
OF
C. F. JACKSON.
ALABOE STOCK to bo sold at very low
price?. All new styles up to ?ho limea
und DOWN IN PH ICES. Kept 21
Earm for Sale.
CONTAINING 200 acres, more or lesa, three
lillie* from C<dumbiu. For particular*,
apply to Dr. J. W. Parker, or to
J. M. CRAWFORD,
S, pt. If. Jl.no Cotton Town.
For Sale.
rpWO LOTS freut lug ott Upper street, bo
JL t-vecn .Mari.m and l ull streets. Ono ol
four acre?, with a ainall house and excellent
well of water. Thc other contains Ihne acre?,
all enclosed by a good fence.
ALSO.
An aero bf Ground, with a Cpttagoonit,
situated on the Soul h-uaat comer bf the square
on which Trinity Church stands.
ALSO,
Half acio Lot ou tho corner of Picketts and
Laurel blreets.
ALSO,
Several improved Lot? in tho city, and in the
country sundry Plantations, Mills" and Wood?
land. Among the plantations ho offers ono of
tho heat, if md tho very Lest, stock faima,of
ita aizj, (1,200 acres,) in the Statu.
J. W. I'AItKE't,
Sept 1(5 flinn Real Estate Mrokor.
NEW GOODS!
_ HAVING just returned rrom New York,
^TB* where I made my pu chases, I am pre
(ija pared to sbow ono ?rf tho MOST CHOICE
-UiLand SELECT
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gentlemen's wear ever offered in this mar?
ket. My stock ombra-on French, English and
Scotch Cassimeria, Cloths and Vestings,'aud
a full supply td' GcntH' Furnishing Gooda Ge?
nerally. 1 have also a very largo stock of the
celebrated '"Star Shirts." A share of patron?
age is lespuctfully s.licited.
Sept 17 J. F. EISF.NMANN.
EMPORIUM OF FASHION,
A Ml EV IL LE, 8. G.
ffS&r*. THE heat selected stock of DRY
?sa$jj??^G(H)l)S in tho up-country. Tho
l -grandest display of Millinery in
nj** ftftjEf south Carolina. Dress Makin?
$g SBfT dono in tho very beat of stylo. Tho j
/iL. very best talent to bo had in Balti- 1
moro in charge td the Millinery ami Dress
Making Departments. ltusineBsdono alrictly
upon tho "cash" ay-dom. Grand opening of
full an 1 winter styles to tako placo on Tues
day, Octobor 10, at ll o'clock. The ladiea td
tho up-country aro invited to attend. Sam?
ples sent upon application. Orders for any
article in tho Millinery lino will bo tilled and
satisfaction guaranteed. Exponaos light and
prices correspondingly low.
_ Sept 30 Imo JAS. W. FOWLER. Pro'r._
Fresh Crackers.
JUST received, a full anpply o? FRESH
CRACKERS and BISCUITS, consisting of
SODA,
Sugar,
Nie-Nae,
Corn Flill,
Jumbles,
Ginger Snapps.
Cream,
Lemon,
Egg and Arrow Root,
Milk.
Butler,
Lunch Crackers, Au.
For salo low at wholesale and retail by
Sopi 27_ JQHN;; AGNEW A SON. _
The Ladies Know Best!
TUK CilOWnS THAT UAILY VISIT T1IK roiTI.All I
ANO LOW-l'UICKD DUY OOOUS HOUSE OF I
W, D. LOVE & CO.,
FULLY' demonalrato that their tasto in
making selections fur this market, both
iii stylos and quality, cannot ho excelled.
Wo daily heat ladies say that our assort?
ment of Dress Goods is tho best in town. We
intend to keep it so through tho season, if
money and energy can do it.
AU the other departments are well supplied
with tho beat makes of goods iii the market.
Our Dress Goods comprise all tho new fa
bries, both foroign and domestic, including
our Compass brand of li LACK ALPACA,
double-faced, decidedly the cheapest and best
Alpaca iii thu Stale, having both sides alike.
Our patterns in CARPETS sud RUGS aro
choice, blankets, Shawl*, Cloaks, Sacka and
Sackings, wu have a big line.
Our slock of Goods tor men's wear ia very
full, including all makes of gooda.
Hotiso-kcopers will bavc money byoxambing
our stock of House-keeping Gouda. Wo only
keep tho boat makoa and sell at low prices.
A nico linoof ladies' White Underwear, made
in tho best manner, of ri ne material.
Our Laco and Embroidery Department al?
ways contain tbonoweat novelties.
Our linn of Fancy Goods is always completo.
Wo sell the best WHITE DRESS SK I UT in
tho st ate for tho money, as well as Alexander
and Oonrvoiator KIDS, whiah uoed.no rocoin
mondation. I
Grauitevillo Ilomeapuns and Pendleton
Yarns tu thu trade at factory prices.
Wo solicit orders from city or country, and
invito all tn inspect our attractive Utock.
which our polite and attentive salesmen will
show freely.
Wo keep only tho beat makes of gooda, and
have but ono price. Samples sent by mail.
WM. D. LOVE & CO..
Columbia Hotel building, Maiu street.
_W. D. IJOVB. E. B. MCL'BKKKV.
Seegers ' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cococulua Indiens Fieli
Berrica lo make sleepy or headache.
American Club Fish.
i^^rfh.'M? A DELICIOUS relish; bettor
and much cheaper than Sardines. For nab
by E. HOI'K.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength anti improves
their health. Mandi ll
Secure tickets in tho Columbia (Jo-opera?
tivo Building Association.
$1,000,000$
BY tho authority of the Act ?f th? Legisla
turo o? Kentucky, of March 18,1871,' the
Trustees of the Public Library of Kentucky
will give a
O lt AND Ol VT CO N C E ll T,
AT LOUISVILLE, KY ,
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871.
100,000 TI0KET8 OP ADMIS8ION, $10 EACH,
CURRENCY; HALF TICKETS, $5;
I QUARTER TICKETS, *2 50.
Ticket a will bo sent by registered lettor; tho
money for thom may be sent by P. O. money
order, greenback?, or cirait. E?ch ticket cnn
sula of four quarters, value $2.CO each. The
holder in entitled to admirion to tho Concert,
j and tu ?he value of thc gift uwatdod to it or
its fraction.
?550.000 IN O REEN HACKS will bo distri?
buted to holders of tickets, in gilts from
?lu?,00l>, the highest, to $1C0, thu lowest, be
i tig 721 gifts in nil.
The Concert is for the benefit of tho
Public Library of Kentucky.
Tho Citizens' Rank of Kentucky is Trea?
surer, and the Corporators und Supervisen
ure the Hon. Thomat E. lim inlet te, lalo Go
vernor or Kentucky, and twenty-seven of thc
must distinguished mid respectable citizen)
of the State.
The undersigned, late principal bushiest
manager ol tho very tnecesaliil Oift Concor
for the boDCllt of the Mercantile Library a
San Francisco, has been appointed Agent am
Manager of this Grand Gift Concert.
The drawing and distribution will tale
place in public, and everything will bo dono ti
satisfy thu buyers of Tickets that their inte
rests will bo as well protected as if they wer
personally present to superintend tho entir
affair.
For tickets and information apply to C. Il
PETERS, 120 Main ?t., Louisville, Ky., No.
Astor House, New York; H. N. llempsted, Nc
.110 Broadway, Milwaukee. Wi-?.; M. A. Frencl
Virginia City, Nevada; M.A.Wolff, No. 31
Chestnut street, St. Louis. Tickets also fe
sale in every prominent pince in tho Unite
Htatos.__Sept 30 112
R. C. SHIVER & CO
HAVE now in stock thc most complei
assortment of merchandise rvcr found i
any establishment in Europe or America.
ADDITIONAL ATTRACTIONS IS
KNIT WOOLEN GOODS.
CLOAKING, light and medium colors, pla:
and figured, and white corded.
M1LLIN KR Y DEPARTMENT-Importe
Hats, Turbans. Flowers and Feathers.
DRESS-MAKING in latest Parisian stylos
ROOTS and SHOES from every woll-kuov
manufactory in America
Carpets, English and American. No sue
Dtock this sido of Philadelphia.
; Beautiful stock of Chromos, Lithograph
Photographs, Ac.
Wall Papers, Decorations and HonBe-fu
dishing Gumlu.
French and English Cassimeres, Reav
Cloths, Jeans, Ac.
Domestic Gooda, Prints and Balmor
Skirts.
DRESS GOODS.
Our reputation will not decrease by a vii
from our friends and patrons.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hoeiery, Lace
and last , but not least, our
YANKEE NOTION DEPARTMENT
Wu chullenge tho world to product; a mc
varied assort nient of useful articles, a.id
prices to suit tho million.
lt. C. H H IVE U._DAV! Di JONES
Fail and Winter Goods.
?S&j? THE undersignedbegsleavo toinfo
X\ his customers, and the public gener
- 'fy ly, that ho has just returned from f\
York with tho most dioico selection of got
ever brought to this market, embracing D(
SKINS, Cloths, French and English Ca
meres, Vestings, Ac, of tho mott modi
patterns.
A uso.
A lnr?e assortment of GENTS' FURN IS
INO GOODS.
Ry paying close attention to business,
expects to receive a share of tho public
tronado. C. D. EBERHARD:
Sept 20
CLOTHING HOUS
OF
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE dailv receiving tho finest REA!
MADE CLOTHING, for old and yoi
gentlemen, that have ever been offered in t
market. No custom-made can surpass, i
but few can equal them, in stylo, and fm
and price.
HATS.
Wo sell tho best, at lower rates than tb
who don't buy from the mann facturer s dir
SHIRTS.
We keep tho Star and True Fit consta'
on hand, and will take orders for half do
or moro, and warrant a flt.
UNDER-WEAK in all varieties.
R UR R ER CL O TRI NG.
GLOVES-Loather, Buck, Kid. Dog,Rat
Seal. Bargains to bo hail in GLOVES.
NECK WEAK-all styles. Plain and ft
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleevo and Collar BUTTONS-Gold
-.one that won't coin.
We will tako Greenbacks at par for
these. Sept
School Notice.
V^V MKS. S. C. GOODWYN wil
fl^L noon hor DAY SCHOOL for |
WCHMROU tho 18th of September.
^BWffir Terms for Preparatory Clai
^SaSr per quarter; for Advanced Cia
per quarter. Apply at Dr. B. W. Taylor'
Sept:!_lltltut
"JAMES K. FRIDAY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Columbia, S. C.
HAVING secured the largo and conni
ons Brick Warehouse with tinned
(formerly occupied hy Blakelv fe Gib
situated near tho track of thu Greenville
Columbia Railroad, solicits from his frit
tho former patrons of Blakeiy fe Gibbes
tho public generally, consignments of i
TON, other PRODUCE and MER0HAN
on STORAGE. Particular attention giv
attiring and selling COTTON.
Mr. J. M. BLAKKLY still retains his nffi
thoold stand. Sept. fl jl
Universal Life Insurance Comps
WE arc desirous of securing iho sui
of A half dozen activo Canva
Agents in South Carolina for tho Uuh
Lite Insurance Company, of New York
whom liberal terniB will oe mado. Wo i
also responsible Local Agents for each
iii tho State. M. W. GARY,
M. o. BUTLE:
State Superintendents nf Agent
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 8, 1871.
Sept 1)_
CHILLS AND FEVER.
CHILLS AND FE'
I CA N FOSITI VEL Y BE CURED J
IIEIXITSII'S CHILL Cl
ffW TRY A MOTTLE .?
NO CURE! NO PAY!
Why stand to doubt,
When trying will find it ont
For sale only by E. IL I1EINIT8
Sept lf> *, Proprietor and Drug
STOCKS, HOMOS mill COUPONS t
and aol?! by_R GA M BRI LI?; : Bri
The rutilo f.?r Temperance Hull, A
positively (uko place on the KU h Novel
Thu milln for Temperance Rall, A
positively take place on thc 10th Novoi
Variety Sale io Olote Consignments.
BY JAOOB LB VIN.
THI3 MORNING ? at 10 o'clock, before my
?turo, without r?serve, I will sell,
- lbs. 0. B. BACON SIDES,
- bbls. Flour,
- duzen Mixed Pickles,
Toa, Soda, Dried Apples, Pipes, Ac, Ac
ALSO,
A variety of SHOES, Children's and M?BHOB'
Bootees, Brogans, bootu, Ac, r.od sundry
articles of Furniture._Oct 3
.United Slates of America,
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
FOURTH CIBCUIT-IN EQUITT.
Abram Yan Burcu and 8. Angelica, his wifo,
et al., vs. John Peter Bruwn, ct al..
BY virtue of an order of tho Cour', in this
caso, I will o Dur fur salo, at publie oui cry,
on tho FIRST MONDAY'in November, 1871. at
Columbia, at not leas than the appraised prices
below stated, the following parcela of LAND:
All that PLANTATION, called "Big Lake,"
situate, lying and hoing in tho County of
Kichland, in eaid State, on tho Cungaroo
River, about eight nu Icu below Columbia, con
faining about two thousand ono hundred and
aovontj ?teres, and appraised at twelve dollars
per acre. Raid plantation bas been divided
lido two tracts, of nearly equal quantity, by
tho road running through tho plantation from
tho main publio road to tho Cungaroo River,
and tho tracts will bo auld separately.
ALBO,
Ali that PLANTATION, called "8bivcr,"
lying in same County and State, about eight?
een mi lea below Columbia, containing thirteen
hundred acres, moro or lesa, and appraised
al t< n thousand dollars.
TEUMS OF SALE.-One-fourth catii ; balance
upon a credit of one, two and three year-,
with the bonds of the purchasers, bearing in?
terest at tho rato of seven per cent., payable
annually, secured by a mortgage of thc lands.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
Said landa may bo purchased at private sale,
on application to thc undersigned, at Sumter,
S. C. J. S. G. RICHARDSON,
Oct 3 J_Special Koferoe.
The New Departure.
WE propose tn depart tn>m tho otd fogy
habit of soiling
DRY GOODS
at such high figures so much in vogue here,
and intend from this ou to'make it tu thc in?
terest of bilyera to patrunizo
THE STORE OF POSTER & STEELE.
We have just r turned from thc Eastern
Market with a beautiful aaeortmcnt of DRY'
GOODS selected with great caro, and as we
bought them ?otc, wo propose to give our cus?
tomers tho advantage of these LOW
FIGURES t We aek especial attention to our
choice lut of Men's Wear, embracing all styles,
colors and prices. DRESS GOODS, the new?
est designs uut, and a full stuck. We show
: tho beat lino of Fringas in tho city, and at
tho lowest figures. In all Domestic Goods,
we offer rare bargains. Wo will mako it to
the interest of buyers to examine our Stock
j befuro purchasing.
Sept 21 PORTER tb STEKIiK.
THE REIiIABIrZS
AND
OLD ESTABLISHED
4
CLOTHING
AND
HAT HOUSE
OF
E. & W. G. SWAFFIELD
HAVE JUST RECEIVED oj?
tho largest and choicest stock |?
of READY-MADE CLOTH- \f?
INO, HATS and FURNISH--"****
INO GO >D8, that they have ever
offered to the public, and embracing every
sign made. As we intend to do a larger trade
than wo have heretofore done, wo will be en?
abled to aell at a SMALLER PROFIT tb an
wo have heretofore done.
Our French styles of
CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
Aro acknowledged by all to bo the choicest
selection of Goods over seen in this market.
Our stylo of GETTING UP GARMENTS will
ho superior to anything we have horetofore
attempted.
Our atock of SHIRTS. SCARFS and UN?
DERWEAR need but to be ?teen to be appre?
ciated.
HATS-wo have all tho laWat styles.
Wo are still making to order those porfect
tltting SH1UTS.
R. & W. G. SWAFFIELD.
jr*- Country merchants supplied ac cheap
as any houao'Sonth of New York. Rept 10
"Motte's Victoria Ionio Bitters."
KNTIRKI.Y VEGETABLE.
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Ague and Fever,
Bilious Diseusesf Oenerat Debility,
and all Impurities of the Blood.
THESE BITTERS have now firmly oeta
bliahod themselv? s in tho favor of the
public and tho medical profession. Prepared
from purrly vegetable ingredients of acknow?
ledged cflioicy, their unrivaled and highly
tonic, stimulating and prophylactic qualities
peculiarly adapt them to all oaaea of General
Debility, Nervous Prostration of tho Sys?
tem, Ac
As an excitant of the appetite and a whole?
some aid to the procesa of digestion, they
will ho found to bu very cflScaoioue. while
their peculiar medical properties render them
of unequaled value to those subject to Chills
and Fever, Congestion, and other miasmatic
diabases.
These Ritiera will be found moat wonder?
fully beneficial in all cases of Debility and Ir?
regularities of Females. Whcreeoi vor intro?
duced, they become a standard article- a
medicinal staple. Unlike thc many noxious
stimulants advert if ort, they brace and fortify
tho s vs tem wit bruit exoil iog undue cerebral
action. They are without doubt the bent to?
nic and constitutional renovator ?vi r offered
to tb? public. MO ITE .V TARRANT,
Manufacturera and Sole Proprietors,
Newberry, 8. C.
Sold by E. II. HEINIT.SU, Columbia, S. C.
Septic. Gmo

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