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Cblemgo in Raina.
Cmo Aa o, October 9.-The Ooutt
Houee, Sherman House, Chamber of
Commerce, aud all tho telegraph.offices,
have been destroyed by fire, which nov?
extends over two and a half milea of
LATER.-The fire has swept every?
thing from tho office of the Chamber of
Commerce to the lake and river. The
telegraph offices, Court House, Sherman
Houee, Briggs House, Tremont HOUBO,
poBt offices, Board of Trade-in fuct,
everthing and everybody from 12, North
and Canul street, on the West sido, to
tho lake, are burnt ont. All the city
banks are burned. The whole businoHb
portion of the oity is gone. The fire is
still raging. The Mayor has called foi
assistance. . The firemen are exhausted
and water has given out. Loss over
ROSSEL SENTENCED TO DEATH-8UPPIIES
SION OF BONAPARTT3T CONSPIRACIES -
ALGERIAN AGITATIONS-MINISTERIAL AP?
POINTMENTS, AO., AO.
PAULS, Ootober7.-The court revision,
to which Bossel appealed, sentenced him
to death... ..
Republican journals demand that
Thiers take prompt measures to suppress
Algerian agitations continue, und there
are apprehensions that abandonment of
the colony will be neooBsary.
MADRID, October 7.-The Minister of
State bas telegraphed to the Captain
General of Cuba that the necessary rein?
forcements will be forwarded promptly
to uphold the national authority and pre?
serve the integrity of the Spanish do?
LONDON, October 9.-Chevalier Nigra
succeeds Cadonia as Italian Minister at
VERSAILLES, October 9.-The report oi
tho appointment bf Do L'huys SB Minis
ter to Austria is pr?matur?.
The Bonapartiste, have been. success
ful in control France.* Duo Dan malo ba;
boon elected from Clarmont. Gambol ti
has been defeated. Tho elections art
BERLIN, Oe lober. 8.-Herr Van Amine
has beeu Culled to 'Berlin for consulta
tiou regarding Franco. Qjueertier hat
an interview with Bismarck to-day.
American Intel Hue ii vc.
PROCEEDINGS OP EPISCOPAL CONVENTION
HA?TIEN AFFAIRS -TEXAS EL K CT IO N 8
THE FLORIDA HOAX-TRIAL OL' S TAT 111
ISLAND FERRY OFFICERS -TEE II I BL;
CONFII AGRATION-T-HEAVY SENTENCE
RIOT-DEMOCRATIC VICTOR* IN 8 AV AN
NAH-GEORGIA FAIR, AC. , AG.-'
1? A YU, September 23.-Tue new coffs
crop is abundant. Gold, 190 for 1.
Cabrai and staff, narrowly escaping
capture, were driven to the Haytiei
frontier.^ Cabrai reorganized his force
and drove Baez back. Baez shot hi
Venezuela continues disturbed.
BALTIMORE, October 7.-The commit
tee of five Bishops, appointed by th
House of Bishops, in 18(38, make a lon
conciliatory report. They report the fo
lowing as the matters upon whioh the
respectfully recommend legialattoi
They recommend that certain acts in tb
administration of the holy oommuuioi
and on other occasions of public worshi
hereinafter enumerated, be prohibite
by the oanon, to-wit: 1. The use of ii
cense. 2. Placing or retaining a cruciB
iu any part of the church. 3. Carry in
a oross in procession in the church.
The uso of lights on or about the hoi
table except when necessary. 5. Ti
elevation of the elements in the ho
communion in suoh manner as to expoi
them to the view of th? people ns obj ec
toward whioh adoration is to be made i
or after tba prayer of consecration, or :
the act pf. .administering them, oriu co
veying them to or from the comma i:
cants. 6. The mixing of water with tl
wino, as part: of the service, or in pr
Bunco of the,congregation. 7. The was
ingof : the priest's bunds, or the ablutit
of the vossols in the presence of tho co
gregation. 8. Bowing, crossings, gen
flections,', prostrations, reverences, bo
ing down upon or kissing Mio holy tab;
and kneeling, except as allowed, provid
for or directed by rubrio or oanon,
being, provided that reverence at t
mention of 'tho Lord Jesus is not in ton
ed to bo disallowed; aud it being furtb
provided that private personal devotii
before or after official ministration is c
to be understood to include or just
any of the acts prohibited? 9. The oe
brutton or receiving of the holy oo
'manion by any bishop or priest when
person receives with him. 10. Einph
lug or permitting any person or perso
not in hdly orders, to assist the minis
in any part of tho order for the adi
nistration of the holy communion, usi
at any administration of the holy co
manion any prayers, collecta, gospels
epistles, or. other thad those provided
tue book of common prayer, or uni
the fourteen of canon and thirteen
title of the digest.
They ' further recommend here:
That no rector of a pariah, or other i
nister, sholl bo allowed to introduce
choral service without the' connect
vote of the vestry or contrary to
prohibition pf .the Bishop. 2. That
surpliced choir shall be employed exa
under the same limitations, and wi
such choirs are employed the ouly at
tiou to their ordinary attire shall li
surplice reaching to tho ankle. 3. 1
no ohaucel shall be so arranged a
preveut tho miuiator from offloiutin
the right end of the holy table. It i
be uoted that n credence table is luwl
The committee further reoomm
that canonical provision bo mudo toi
ing tho dress appropriate to clergy:
ministering in the congregation,
that thc only vostrneuts declared to
appropriate to clergymen be: 1. For
biabopB, the presont Episcopal robes.
2. For all ministers, a white surplice, a
black or white stoke, a black cassock not
reaching below the ankles, and a black
gown and hands. They also recommend
that provision be made: 1. That on
occasions of services where expediency
or necessity of health may require it,
the nniversity oap may be used. 2. That
candidates for orders, who are licensed
to act as lay readers, muy use the aca?
demical black gown. 3. In addition to
the oauonioal provisions now reoom
mended, and in consideration of the
fact that "nothing can be so plainly set'
forth but that doubts may arise iu the
nae and practice of the samo."
The committee furthor unanimously
recommend that action be taken to oarry
out, in such a manner as may secure its
observance, the priuciple declared in the
-.econd resolution Bent to thia bouse by
the House of Clerical and Lay Deputies,
at tho General Convention of 1868, to
wit, that "in all matters doubtful, refer?
ence Bhall be made to the ordinary, aud
charges shall bo mode ngaiust the
godly counsel and judgment of the
In cooclusion, the committee recom?
mend the adoptiou of the following reso?
Resolved, That thia report be commu?
nicated to the House of Clerical and Lay
Resolved, That tho House of Clerical
and Lay Deputies concurring that a joint
committee consisting of three bishops,
the Presbyters and three Laymen bo ap
poiutod, to whom tho subject matter of
this report shall be referred, with direc?
tions to report to this Convention at es
early a day as practicable such canon*
as they may deem necessary in the pre?
All of whioh is respectfully submitted.
T. M. CLARK.
W. H ODEN HEIMER,
J. B. KERFOOT.
Accompanying tho foregoing report
are the following resolutions .from thu
House of Bishops :
Resolved, T?\\a% in view of the gravity
of the . subject and its' bearlugs, thb
House is unprepared fur immediate ac?
tion on the report submitted by its Com?
mittee on Ritual Uniformity without
previous consideration of the same iu
joint committee of the two bouses of flu
Resolved, Tho House of Clericul auf'
Lay Deputies concurring, that a joinl
committee be appointed for tho cousid
erat ion of the above named report of thc
committee of the House of Bishops
concerning ritual, and to report if auy
and if any* what notion may properly b<
takeu in the premises.
Action was postponed until Tuesday.
LouisviXiCtB, October 8.-The bridgi
over. Salt River, on the Louisville am
Nashville -Railroad, hus been burned
Very little delny.
NEW YOBK;, ?ctober 3.-The steamer
Delaware and Roudoubt have been li
belled for a non-compliance of the law
regardiug the inspector of boilers.
The trial of the officers of the State:
Island Ferry Company, for the Westlich
horror, commences to morrow.
The gallery of Havermeyer's sugar rt
finery fell, killing three.
JEFFERSON, October 8.-In the Seeon
District Cannon, Democrat, is elected b
231 majority; other Counties are ut
GALVESTON, October 8.-In the Fm
District rive Counties have beeu hear
from-Herndnn, Democrat, has a nc
majority cf 525. In the Third Distrit
rive Co;;:)ties have been heard from
Giddiagrt, Democrat, nut majority, 1,32(
Fourth District, twelve Counties hear
from-Hancock, Democrat, net major
The quarantine of Galveston againi
Now Orleans bas been raised.
AUSTIN, TEXAS. October 8.-To Ho\
Samuel J. Randall, Chairman of tl
Democratic Committee'. Victory is our
The Democrats will carry every Coi
gressiouul District. The majority wi
probably reach 30,000.
A. S. WALKER,
Chairman Democratic State Execute
SAVANNAH, October 8.-Tho story
the recent laud sink in Orange Count
Florida, ia a hoax. There has beou i
such phenomenon in that section. Th
statement would seem tobe uuueaesaar
but for the fact that several respectai:
and widely circulated papers at tl
North have re published the ridiculo
story with serious editorial comments.
WASHINGTON, October 8.-Tho Me:
can Claims Commissioner will deci
twenty oases to-day.
The steamboat inspectors decid
thut passenger vessels muy carry peti
leum, when there are no other menus
transportation, on free guards.
Captain Dick Wolfolk, of Louisvil
is boro looking after the steamboat j
terests in the Weet. The present me
ing of steamboat inspectors is regard
us very importaut. Their sessions i
Tho Secretary cf the Treasury has
reefed tho Treasurer and Assistant Tr
surers to pay the November conpi
upon rebate of interest to the 25th
October, aud on and after that duy
pay interest due November 1 without
SALT LAKE, Ootober 8.-Arrests
licentiousness continue. There was
hemeut and iuceudiary talk in the M
mon Conference on Saturday.
CHAHIJESTON, October 8.-No doa
from yellow fever ou Saturday, and o
NEW YOIIK, October 8.-Michael P
lau, the celebrated billiard player,
CHICAOO, Ootober 8.-Six squares
tween Clinton, Van Burea and Jack
streets, have been bumed.
CHICAGO, October 9 -Saturday nig
fire w s subdued ofter the loss of $5
0?0. Viuceut Nelson & Co.'s imun
grain elevator was saved. Another
in tho Western district commenced at 9
o'clock Sunday night, two miles distant
from the o?urt house. At 2 o'clock, the
fire had spread fearfully. The flames
appr >aohed the telegraph office and the
wires commenaed falling. Twonty blocks
were destroyed. The wind is blowing a
gale from the South, and fluming bruuds
ure Hying over tho oily, threatening de?
struction everywhere. The tower of tue
oourt house caught Ore from a flying
brand. The fire has reached West and
Mooroo streets-a mile from its origin.
The Are is boyoud the control of tlu
dromon. Immeuso lumber yunis, with
freight depots, huvo burned. Thu los:
already amounts to many millions. Tin
whole city is threatened. The punio ii
increasing. At half-past 2 o'clock, tin
telegraphers abandoned tho Westen
Uuiou telegraph office.
WASHINGTON, October 9.-Thirty-fou
blocks huvo been bumed iu Chicago
and the fire is still rugi og. Tho Muyo
of Chicago luis s?nt u message to th
Mayor of St. Louis, asking food for th
suftorors, saying tho city is iu lishe?
Thu water works were buruud to th
ground. Other accounts say tho Tie
mont House, post office, telegraph hui bl
mg aud Merchants' Exchange have bovi
IJ AT icu.-Tho fire is still raging au
sprcudiug South. A railroad sn peru
toudeut telegraphs that thu fire hil
reached Wabash avenue, aud is sprout
iug rapidly. His location is three mil?
South of Wabash avenue. He expressi
the opinion that tho tire will reach li ii
CUICAQO, October 9-10 A. M.-Tl'
entire business portiou of tho city is il
atroyed. All tho banks, express, tel
graph offices and newspapers, except tl
Tribune, six elevators und the wal?
works have been burned. No wnler i
tho city. Not loss than 10,000 hui Uli nj
have alreudy boen destroyed. Tho ti
bus burned a distance of five miles, ut
is still ray?ug. The wind is blowing
gale, lt will bu almost impossible
get uny reliable detailed particulars f
sometime, as there is only ouotelegruj
wiro working, and that only lo the s
WASHINGTON, October 9.-Mr. Wilso
superintendent ut tho Chicngo telcgrn|
office, telegraphs that every bauki)
house and railroad depot in the city li
been burned. We ure trying to got
office established in the supply depa
ment, but tho fire is coming dbi
Wabash avenue, aud be expects to
burned ont there before night.
NEW YOUK, October 9.-An earl
quako is reported throughout New J
WASHINGTON, October 9.-Tho Pre
deut, to day, approved so much of t
court martini as sends Mujor Hodge
thu penitentiary ut hard labor for I
The fire is still raging at noon
A large fire huB broken out iu Dot rt
Tho President telegraphs tho Cc
mantling Generul at Chicago to is;
rations and clothier; to thu sufferers,
the supply is insufficient, he is to call
LATEST.-Fully a third of Chicago ii
ruins, uud the fire is still raging. 'J
Tremont House is goue.
RICHMOND, YA., October 9.-Mai
Ally shot aud instantly killed Roi
Petto way, last evening. The (lilli ci
origiuated iu family matters, in wh
Pettoway's wife ia said to have b
talking ubout Ally and a woman v
whom ho hud hueu living. Ally wen
Pettoway's house for satisfaction, w
a quarrel ensued, anti Pettewuy str
Ally in the face. The latter drew a
toi and fired at Pe tte way tb roo titi
one shot taking effect in his heurt, i
has been an engineer on the Cbusapt
and Ohio Railroad for many yours,
Potteway wus a carpenter, both witl
milieu. Thu murderer hus been arres
CHICAGO, October 9.-Madison ?
ket, Chilton, Jefferson, Buffalo
QriBWold streets are ruined. Doth s
of the Chicago River aro ii ma-?
ruins. Efforts to save the Court ll
and gus works were futile. Thin
forty vessels uro buming now,
many have been destroyed. Every
iu Ibo city bas beeu called to do d
Nearly every bridge over tho Chi
River has been burned. All is tern
5 P. M.- Tho fire is uuder eon
Three quarters of tho city, lying N
of tho river, is in ruius. Tho iii
business part of tho city Nortl
I'wellth street, on all sides of tho
aud bra nc h CH, is destroyed. E
printing office, hotel and railroad ti
hus been burned. The whole North
is reported destroyed. A largo du
is still burning on tho West sit!
North Twelfth street. The fire liss
stayed at Harriuou street. From tl
to division stand, from the river t
luke, an area of lour miles long
ono wide, B,l bas been swept off.
wind is blowing a gul? from thu S
west. A change to the North is u!
sure to sweep the entire residence
trict South of Twelfth street,
asserted the water works are st:
right; but the water hus been sh
South to suppiy the demand o:
North. Thousands aro leuving tin
by every available tneuus. Great
ger and Buffering is inevitable,
oity and town oilers assistance, ll
subscribesdlOO.OUO; Cwici u nut i $2 )
St. Louis 875,01)0. In reply, tho ?
asks for cooked food for tho sui!
Firemen from other cities are et
to Chicago. Great credit is givt
telegraph superintendents for wini
have done in gettiug commuai
from the doomed city.
ENGLEWOOD, TEN MILES FROM I
oo. October 9-li A. M.-Hull tl
bus beeu destroyed, and tho Hann
tinue almost unopposed. The gas
tho court house, mid nil tho hcuv,
ness houses, have been burned. 1
people uro houseless. Fabulous
aro paid for vehicles to carry va
from danger. Tho bridges havi
destroyed. The loss of life is unknown,
bat the streets are filled with peoplo*|
looking for the lost.
NEW YORK, October 9.-A report just
received says the Ore is bummer as fur
South as Harrison street, as far North as
Chicago avenue, and badly oo tho Weat
Evans, the alleged defaulting agont for
Pennsylvania war claims, bas been sent
home under arrest.
At a meeting of tho stockholders of
thu Alabama and Ciiattanooga Railroad,
tho following were elected: William P.
Drake, of New York, Pr?sident; Direct?
ors-Russel Sage, of New York; A. J.
Drexel, Philadelphia; R. T. Wilson,
New York; John P. Barbour, Alexan?
dria, Va.; J. L. Welch, of Philadelphia;
H. A. Smythe, North Carolina; C. N.
Philo C. Calhoun, and Wm. C. Shelden,
New York; C. W. Levette, Philadelphia;
Ci. H. Alton Scribner and A. F. Hug?
gins, New York; W. D. Bishop, Bridge?
port; Joseph Moore, Montgomery, Ala.;
John S. Kennedy, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
BALTIMORE, October 9.-Rev. William
Bell Whitehouse 1I;IH been consecrated
Assistant Bishop of South Carolina.
The sermon was preached by tho Lord
Bishop of Litchfield. Two bishops have
been appointed to prepare n book of
common prayer in the Spanish language
There was quito au excited discussion
over Mr. Crack's sermou. Several mem?
bers made personal explanations.
Sr. PAUL, MINN., October 1).-Tho Iu
Ihitis made no attempt to stop surveys
of the North Pacific Railroad, beyond
SAVANNAH. GA.. October '.).-The mu?
nicipal election, to-day, passed off quiet?
ly. The Democratic t ieket, with Colonel
John Screven for Mayor, is elected by
over 2,0U0 majority. Over one-half of
the negroes ure supposed to hnvo voted
the Democratic ticket.
The preparations for the fair of the
Industrial Association of Georgia, which
is to be held here on November 21. are
progressing rapidly. The Jockey Club
propose to have three days' races imme?
diately after. The truck will bo in
PHILADELPHIA, October 0.-A riot oe
curred, to-duy, between whites and
blacks. Seven colored were arrested.
Sluts were fired and bricks thrown.
Several were hurt.
WORCESTER, October 9.-Tho State
constables ure seizing liquor. A con
Miot between State and Federal authori?
ties is imminent.
WASHINUTON, October 9.-Tho Mayor
of Cincinnati telegraphs tho Mayor of
Chicago, tendering tho fire department
and provisions. Many houses have boen
blown np to stem the conflagration,
without effect. A mass meeting has
been held in Ohio, Gov. Hays presiding,
for tho relief of Chicago. The Crosby
Opera House was destroyed. Tho loss is
now estimated at 650.000,000. The
Palmer House was burned. Tho chief
engineer pi Cincinnati, with three en?
gines and hose, started for Chicago.
Part of the sentence of Paymaster
Hodge was for imprisonment, after ten
years at hard labor, until the defalcation
is refunded, which is equivalent to lifo.
Tho i m pr i sou ment was disapproved.
Probabilities-Tho barometer will pro?
bably fall more rapidly on Tuesday iu
the Middle and Eastern States, with par?
tially cloudy and smoky weather; East?
erly winds, with clouds and possibly
rain, on tho South Atlantic and Gulf
coast; South-westerly wiuds, with cloudy
weather, on the lower lukes. 'The cold
weather North of Kansas will probably
extend to Luko Michigan, with Westerly
winds aud possibly light rain.
'The very latest says the conflagration
progresses. Assistance is going from all
directions. Tho railroads curry provi?
sions on fast trains free.
CHARLESTON, October 8.-Arrived
steamers James Adger and Manhattan,
New York. Sailed-steamers South Ca?
rolina, Now York; Gulf Stream, Phila?
delphia; Maryland, Baltimore.
MONS. BhllGEIt respectfully I li foi ms
his patrons and thu public generally,
kt hat, having rut II mo 1, bu i* mady to ru
minio niu tuition in DANCING, ut Misacti EL
MOUE'S School, at hin own room, mid at pri?
vate dunlin-. DANCING taught in all its
variety. For particulars, apply at Hendrix
Honso._ Oct 10
Common Schoolp, ?\ichiand County.
NO I'lCE is hereby given that tho Trust?es
of tho First Dint net will moot, for tho
jeli-oiioi) of .Teachers of tim several ?ohonl?,
ou FIUDAY, 13th. Candidate* must Mun
with their applications their oort Moates of ox
uiuiiintinn. aiidiOKhod to ItEV. J- L. REY?
NOLDS, Chairman. Thu Schools will bo
I opened dil Monday. Kith. Got 10 2
Jas-Lir*ht Bills for Month of Sept'r.
CONSUMERS will ploapo attend to tho pay?
ment of thu abovo without dela v.
Secretary Columbia Gau-Light Company.
Prime White Corn.
OAA HUSHK LS of tho abovo is offered
*j\J\J at reduced pilcos, at privato salo,
by JACOB LEVIN,
Auction nnd Coimuimdou Merchant.
Oct 3 2
ig^ A LOT of fino Kentucky A
rebasa. M ULES and HORSES, just ar-rT???
WB.ivoil. Cull at
m?m?m DALY'S STABLES,
. ?ct 7 On Assembly Rtriiot.
A MOST desirable SITE for a suburban rc
fjL Bidonco, within half a milo of tho North?
eastern boundary of thu oily. Twcnty-ono
nam of Land attached, containing two fino
Springs. Thoro is no moro iloiirablo pince in
tho -?late. To seo is to bo suilud. Apply at
ludurauco rooms of
IL E. NICHOLS A CO..
Oct 77 Over Citizi ns* Sayings Hank.
"j f\(\ DOZEN AXES.
lUvy 4H bahrt Hugging.
2(10 nun il le? Arrow Th s.
'20 (logon Itailroad Shovels.
200 unir? Tra ea Chains.
Just received and for aft?? at lowest mark? t
prices. I.OIHCKA LOWI?ANCE.
Tlie ratho for Temperance Itali, Ac, will
p i.-itivelv tako place on Hie int h November.
'J'll? only lino flaying ('ards at POLLOCK S
Financial and Commercial.
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 9.-Sales of
cotton to day 62 bales-middling 18).<e.
NEW YORK, October 8.-Receipts of
cotton at all ports for the week 46,044
bales, against 34,073 last week, 20,606
previous week, and 12,561 three weeks
since. Total receipts since September
122,598, against 192,266 for the corres?
ponding period of the previous year.
Decrease 69,670. Exports from all ports
for the week 13,198, against 16,883 for
the same week lust year. Total exports
for the expired portion of tho ootton
year 56,021, against 45.438 for the earns
limo last yeur. Stock at all ports
116,385, against 144,487 for tho same
time last year. Stock at iuterior towns
22,309, against 25,759 last year; stock
in Liverpool 499,000, ngainst 538.000
last year. American cotton afloat for
Great Britain 36,000, ugaiust 23,000 last
year; Indian cotton afloat for Europe
610,617, against 389.433 lust year. The
South has been visited, during the week,
by asevero storm, which passed up thu
Atlantio coast and extended all through,
with severity, into portions of the inte?
rior. This has interfered, to some ex
tent, with picking, und has also checked
tho movement of cotton from the planta?
tions t} the Southern sea-ports. This
storm has probably done considerable
damage, although nothing definite is yet
known in regard to the extent of it.
LiYEiirooij, October 9-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton oponed quiet aud is now easier-ap?
laude 9??; OrlouDs 10; sales 12,000 bales;
speculation and export 3,000.
LONDON, October 9 - Noon.-Con?
sols 92)?@92^. Bonds 92>?.
FRANKFURT, October 9.-Bonds 95V-,
PARIS, October 9.-Rentes 56f. 37c.
LONDON, October 9.-Evening.
COUHOIS 92Li. American securities flat
LIVERPOOL, October 9-Evening.
Cotton easier-uplauds 9>*4 ; Orleans 10.
NEW YORK, October 9-Noon.
Sales of futures, Suturday evening,
6.700 bulos, as follows: October 19)?,
19 7-16. 19 *?; November 19 7-16, 19^,
19^,19 516; December 19 716, I9j?,
\9%\ Jauuary 19L\, 19??". February
19?;i; March 20, 20%; April 20J^.
Stocks very excited aud panicky, uud
fell 1 CM; - per cent, ni DOO morning, caused
by the tire ut Chicago. Governments
dull uud steady. State bouda dull and
heavy. Money easy, at 6. Gold heavy,
at 14?,,. Exchange-long 9; short 10.
The Chicago fire nu set ti es the markets.
Breudutuffs uro hold higher, with no?
thing doing. Flour a shade firmer.
Wheat held higher. Corn firmer. Pork
firm, ut 13.62(u|13.75. Lard steady.
Cotton steudy, at a decline-uplands
1U??; Orleaus 20.%. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Money sharp, at 7, to gold
interest with commission, in some iu
stuuoes. Sturliug firm, at 9(a\9??. Gold
13j5j(a)13>4. Governments sympathized
with other stocks and decliued >?(<)>lc.
aud closed very heavy-02s 15,b?. Stutts
neglected; prices though low merely no?
minal. Touuessees 66; new 05L<. Vir?
ginias 60; new (18. Louisianan 65; new
58; levees 70; 8s 82. Alabamas 1.U0; 5s
68. Georgias 82; 7s 91. North Caroli?
nas 41; now 23. South Carolinas 75;
new 50. Cotton quiet; sales 2,236 balee
-uplands 19J?; Orleans 20.%. Flour a
shade firmer-common to fair extra 7.20
(?19.00; good to choice email@example.com. Whis?
key lower, at 96. Wheat 3@5o. better,
chiefiv speculative-winter red Western
1.00(<ijl.01. Corn l@2o. better, chiefly
speculative, at 78,l.<. Rice quiet, al 8^4'
09. Pork firmer, ut 13.75. Lard-ket
tlo 10.%. Freights lower.
ST. LOUIS, October 9.-Flour qniet.
Corn Armer. Whiskey 93?.<. Pork
higher, ut 13.00@I3 50. Baco'n higher
-shoulders 7}??(a)7%', clour sides 8%.
LOUISVILLE, October 9.-Pork 13.00?
13.50. Shoulders 7j?; clear sides 8.
Packed w h inkey 94.
CINCINNATI, October 9.-Bnsiness. par?
tially suspended, owing to the Chicago
excitement. Pork 13 00. Lard 9)4.
Bacon held firmly-shoulders 1% ; clear
BALTIMORE, October 9.-Flour aud
wheat steady. Pork 14 50. Shoulders
8. Lard 10^(2)10^. Whiskey 1.00(a)
1.01. Cotton duli und nominal-mid?
dling 19%; receipts 585 huies; sules 145;
NORFOLK, October 9.-Cotton dull
low mid.liing 18%; receipts 1,240 bales;
stock 2,610; sales 100.
PHILADELPHIA, October 9.-Cotton
NEW ORLEANS, October 9.-Flour
scarce-superfine 6.25; double 6.75(al
7.00; treble firstname.lastname@example.org. Ooru scarce
aud advanced- white mixed 81; yellow
85; white 85@86. Pork held ac 14.75
Bacon firmer, ut 8j.<@9}-X; choice hams
18>'.i@l9. Lard scarce-tierce 10_%(?)
10)0; keg I2I4. Molasses-eales of new
svr?p at 53(i472. Whiskey 96(0,1.00.
Coffee 17^(^17;^. Cotton dull aud
lower-middling 19Jy@19i?; receipts
1,219 bales; sales 900; stuck 24.526.
SAVANNAH, October 9.-Cotton in
moderate demund nod prices a shade
lower-middling 18s?; receipt? 3,191
bales; sales 830; stocU 119,093.
WILMINGTON, October 9.-Cotton
quiet-middling 18)0 ; receipts 315 bales;
sules 400; stock 8.27?.
AUGUSTA, October 9.-Cotton dull
middling 17%; receipts 700 bales; sales
CHARLESTON, October 9 -Cotton
quiet-low middling 18!B(?18^; receipts
1,723 bales; sules 800; stock 8,946.
GALVESTON, October 9 -Cotton dull
good ordiuuey ?O^IOI^; receipts 660
bales; sales 200; stock 19,779.
MOBILE, October 9.-Cotton nominal
-middling 19I4"; receipts 1,823 bales;
Hiil<s 200; stock 11,973.
MEMPHIS, Outober 9.-Cotton dull and
lower-middling 18J^@19; receipts
MOSTON, October 9 -Cotton dull and
lower-middling 20 >?; receipts 480 baies;
i sales 300; stock 4,(MU.
You may secure a valuable prize by pur?
chasing a ticket in thc Columbia Co-opera
! tivu building AcbOciatLn.
BY virtue of an order from the Court o f
Probate for eaid County, we will noll, at
Edgofiold 0. H., to tho highest bidder, on tbo
Kile ST MUNDAY in Novembor next, the fol?
lowing LANDS, belonging to tho estato of
Marshall Frazier, late of aaid County, de?
Ono tract of LAND, at Island Ford, on Dig
Saluda ltiver, known as the Homo Tract,
containing six hundred and ninety-six acreB,
moro or less, adjoining lands of Lod Hill, J.
H. brooks and others.
One other Tract at Island Ford, known as
tho ltiver Tract, containing eight hundred
and fifty-nine acres, moro or loss, ait joining
lands of Joromiah Cooper,- Beard, tho
Homo Tract and others.
Tho ubove Landa are very valuable and
productive, have good improvements, and
aro in a high state of cultivation. A rare
opportunity is hero offered to persons flash?
ing real eetato to purchase the best Planta?
tion ia Edgeficld County.
Tho Homestead whereon thc said Marshall
Frazier retdded at tho timo of his death, at
Edgefield Court Donne, with about seventy
five acres ot land attached. This is one of
the mont handsome rrsideucos at Edgefield,
and tho place is* admit ably improved other?
Ono tract of Land, lying on Beaver Dam
Creek, containing two hundred and fifty
seven acron, moro or leas, adjoining lands of
A. A. Glover, A. J. Norris, E. J. Youngblood
Tho largo Storo-Houso, iu Edgeficld village,
formerly occupied by Frazier A Salidera.
Tho Storo-Houao on tho South west corner
of tho Public bquare, at Edgefield village,
adjoining tho present aland ot li. C. Bryan.
1'EUMS.-Onu-third cash; balan?a on a cre?
dit of ono and two yearn, in equal annual in?
stalments, with iuteroet from day of Bale.
The.credit portion of purchase money to be
secured by mortgage of tho aaid lands. Par
elianora tu pay for title? and stumps.
\T. H. FRAZIER,
W. A. SANVElfS,
Pot 10 tnth4_Executors.
United States of America,
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
FOUIITH Ciucuir-Ls EQUITY.
Abram Vau Baren and H. An polios, his wife;
et al., vs. John Peter Brown,'et al. *
BY virtue of an order of tho Court in this
CIRO, I will offer for salo, at publ io ont cry,
on tho IT lt sr MONDA Y iii Novcuibpt, 1871 at
Columbia, at not less than the appraised prices
below stated, tba following parcele of LAND:.
All that PLANTATION, called "Big Lake,"
situate, lying and being in tho | County of
Iticldand, in said State, on tho ?ongaree
Uiver, about eight milea below Columbia, con?
taining about two thousand one hundred and
seventy acres, and appraised at twelve dollars
per acre. Said plantation-bas boen divided
into two tracts, of nearly equal quantity, by
tho road running through 'b~ plantation from,
the main public road to the Con gu ree Uiver,'
aud tho tracts will be sold separately.
All that PLANTATION, called "Shiver,"
lying iu ttaie County and State, about eight?
een in ilea bu tow Columbia, cont ainiiig thirteen
hundred acres, more or lesa, and appraised
at t?-n thousand dollars. > .
TEIUIS OF SALE.-One-fourth cash; balan?a
upon a credit of one, two and three year-,
wtth tho bonds of tho purchasers, bearing in?
terest at tho rate of aoven per-cent., payable
annually, secured by a mortgage of the lauds.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
Said lauds may be purchased at private sale,
on application to the undersigned, at Sumter,
S. C. J. ?. G. RICHARDSON,
_ Oct 3 ?__Special liefere*.
Report of the Condition
Central National Bank,
AT Columbia, in the State of South Caro?
lina, at tho CIOHC of business, Octobers,
Loans and Discounts.$323,838 38
United States Bouda to secure
circulation. 150,000 00
Other Stocks, Bonds and Mort?
gagee . . 19C &
Duo from Redeeming and Reserve
Agents. 22 016 52
Duo from othor National Banks... l.???Vi
Duo from other Banks and Bankers 5.899 01
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,G63 Gi.
Current Expenses, (including sala?
ries).. 2,673 28
Taxes Paid. 1,221 53
Premiums. 18,528 4.6
Cash Items, including
Stamps,). 760 30
Bills of other National
Banks. 5,075 00
(including Nickola)... 1,032 49
8nccii>. S3 00
Legal Tender Notos... .22,000 00-28,890 79
Capital Stock paid in.$150 000 00
Surplus Foud._ 3 000 00
Profit and host?, (not including
accrued int eren t oil United Stales
Bonds). 8,597 76
National Bank circulation out?
standing . 135 000 00
Dividends Unpaid.i 6177
Individual Deposits-. 175 397 62
Duo to National Bunks. 2 820 78
Nutca and billa Rtdis.-.ouuUd. 85 010.00
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, [
COVXTV OK RICHLAND. )
I. A G.'Sreinzcr, Carhior of the Central
National Bank of Columbia, do solemnly
swear that tho above state uent ia true, to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
A. G. Bl'.ENIZER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
7th day oi October. 1871
xO. N. O. BUTT, Notary Tabltc.
JOHN B. PALMER,
Wi C. SWAFFIELD,
F. w. MCMASTER,
Oct 10 1 Directors.
ALADY in our millinery department, who
uudor?tuuds 'i rimming and Kelling
Goods. R. C. bil IVER A CO.
MSTORE, situated in tho business
part of tho city. For particular?, apply
at I IKBNIX ufflco._Out g 3
If Yoli Want School Books,
H O to BRYANA MCCARI'ER, who have a
\JC frosh supply of English, French, Ger?
man and classical SCHOOL BOoKS, aleo of
school Stationery 'if evqry description, all for
palo at lowbst market rates. Sept 19
Pelot s Comn?ercial School,
Over Citizens1 Savings Bunk,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Hool .keeping, Veumaut-hip und Arithmetic,
* IMPARTED by LEO TURKS and
???^9\ CHAO l IO AL LESSONS In asil?lo
gSatfMM 'tmfWe- young gentlemen are prt
..Mit.ii i.>? i be <lut les ot lu- vi nilling house or
bank. Honrs-- 4 tu 6 und 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.