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RELEASE OIA FENIAN PRISONERS REFUSED
-EARTHQUAKES, AO., AO.
LONDON, Ootobo? 10.-Gladstono an
nouncoa the determination pf the Go?
vernment not to yield tb appeals for the
release of the remaining - Fenian prison?
ers, on the ground that their offences are
not political. -
The nowa of .tho Chicago conflagration
excites- general sympathy, and hus de?
pressed American stocks.
CONSTANTINOPLE, October 10.-A
violent shook of an earthquake has been
PAWS,' October 10.-Pierre Lonfeny
has been appointed French Minister to
The son of Duo do Join ville, who is
now an officer in the Uui tod States navy,
-has reoeiy.ed. permission to enter tho
THE OmOAQO CONFLAGRATION-HEAVY
FAILURES-INSURANCE CRASH IMMINENT
-BELIEF POE THE SOFFEREES -DEMO?
CRATS VICTORIOUS IN TEXAS-PREPARA?
TIONS. . T?'. FAY . INSURANCE-LYNOMTNG
OP INCENDIARIES-RIOT-YELLOW PEVER
DEATHS. - AO. ? AO.
Curo AGO, Ootobor 9.-It is now be?
lieved that the spread of the fire South?
ward has been s tay ad afc Harrison street,
bat on the North side' there is no dimi?
nution of ita fury, and that entire divi?
sion of tho oity is evidently doomed to
utter dost ruction. j There are grave fenrs
t hat tho il a rn ea may spread to the West
sida pf the .North brunch of the river,
and- tho inhabitants'- of streets nearest
the river are. already moving to a plaae
supposed -of 'greater Safety, j .The West?
ern Union Telegraph Company have now
six wires working East and South, run
. ning into a temporary office at tho comer
of State and Sixteenth- streets. . The
North-western 'Railroad Company are
running trains ou both of 3bi brunches,
which aro crowded with ileoing citizens.
A reliable gentleman, juat arrived from
the North division, brings the joyful in?
telligence that the water works are unin?
jured. It isximpossible now to give an
approximate to a correct stu temen t of
losses, but ' a faint idea may be formed
whoh it is stated that' every bank in the
oity, except-two savings institutions on
Twenty-second,street, in the South divi?
sion, and one on Rando!ph street, in the
West division, aro destroyed. All tho
wholesale stores, all retail establish- .
monta, the post office, Court House, ,
Chamber of Commerce, every hotel in J
the South-division,-except tho AJiohi^Uh 1
Avenue H?tels ; which, standing,, on-'tho :
extreme Southern- limit, escaped, though
badly"" scorched^ and ' every , newspaper !
office-the Tribune building, which was 1
supposed to be fire-proof, finally . suc?
cumbed-every theatre, six of the largest *
elevators, the immense depots of tho Mi- <
chigan, Southern and Illinois Central- 1
Railroads; both the passenger aud 1
freight depots of tho latter; more than a
score of churches, and much of the
shipping in the river-all destroyed. <
Men who were millionaires yesterday J
morning are nearly penniless to-day, but
'more terrible than all is thc certainty <
that many perished, in the fi?mes. How <
many, no one can tell; perhaps no one '
will ever be able to toll, but it is known 1
that several perished uud there is only a '
heart-sickening fear that the victims will
be counted by scores. Hundreds of
horses and cows have been burned in j
stables; .ajad on the North side, numbers ,
of animals', though released from con?
finement, were so bewildered and con- j
fused by the sea of fire whioh surround- j
ed them that they rushed wildly to and ,
fro, uttering cries, of fright aud pain, .
until scorched and killed. Any attempt
afc ii description of the scones of the ap- ;
palling calamity would be idle. The ,
simple ' fact that the once great oity of ,
Chicago is destroyed; that hundreds of .
milliOds' of 'active capital here has va- j
nisbed, und nearly one-third of Chica- ?
go's inhabitants are homeless and de- ,
pondont-any I attempt to embellish ,
wo ul d'bo mockery. As this awful day
draws to a dose thousands of anxious j
eye&w?tqh .the clouds of smoko whioh
still roll lover the burnt district with evi- ?
deut'dr??d that a sudden change of wind !
may tura the 'Humea on that portion of
the city yet spared. There seems, how?
ever, little qanse of apprehension of it,
and firemen from other cities are con?
stantly ??arriving. ' 1
About three-fourths of the United
States mail was saved and taken posses?
sion of by Col. Wood, of the postal
ATLANTA, GA., Ootober 9.-The fair,
opening, at Oglethorpe Park, on tho 16th
instant, promises to be a grand soooess.
Entries are being mado by exhibitors
from different States, and a very large
attendance is probable. Several cele?
brated horses will cdmpete for the citi?
zens* purse of 82,500.
BALTIMORE, Ootober 10.-Julian Mar?
tin beat his wife to death; both colored.
Charles Ford, a private watchman, was
bitten by a rabid dog. Hydrophobia
SANDWICH, ONTARIO, October 10.
Thirteen dwellings, three stores and four
barns were burned, to-day.
NEW YORK, Ootober 10.-Many inBiir
anoe companies have temporarily sus?
pended, to see how they stand. All will
pay as rapidly as possible, and have be?
gun arrangements to that effect. Life
insurance oompauies have many millions
loaned upon real estate security in Chi?
cago; but as their rule is to require land
alone, whioh shall more than secure the
debt, they apprehend no loss.
CINCINNATI,. Ootober 10.-Several Jew-1
ish societies hud bulls, lust night, with
sappers? They sent ?uppers to Chicago.
NEW YOUK, O tober 10-11 A. M.-At
mid night, last n gut, the Western
Union Telsgrapn ??iicu, whioh had been
located on the corner of Wah ?sh avenue
and Sixteenth street, was removed to
rf r a n j i r rit g B j*r g r1U?
Twenty-second' street, in consequence of
the approaoh of the fire. At 3 o'olock
this 'morning, notice was given that the
fire waa again u pou them; and they must
make further retreat. S i ti ou that time,
there' has heen no oommnnioation with
the ol ty.
In the stock board; to-day, a motion
to donate $20,000 to the sufferers by the
fire at Chicago, was referred to the go?
verning committee, with power to in?
crease the Bum as much as the treasury
will allow, under $50,000, whioh wns
carried unanimously. It is reported
three heavy bouses have failed. Stocks
are greatly depressed, with a decline in
the whole list. The Western stocks aro
not called in the board to-day.
Tbe excitement is in nowise abated re?
garding tho Chicago fire. . There has
been au immense sale of papers. Busi?
ness is generally ' suspended. A special
to the Times, dated Chicago, 2.20 A..M.,
says a fourth of Chicago is in ruins.
Tho Ore is still barning in tho West di?
vision. Taylor and Halstead streets
were swept. The water works went
early. There hus been fearful loss of
life hy falling walls. 10,000 business
men will be compelled to make assign?
ments. An insurance crash is imminent.
The river is impassable, except nt Bridge
12. Tho other bridges have been burned.
It is feared Bridge 12 will be crushed by
overwhelming travel. Tho railroads
have been dosed, aud there aro no mails
at present. The loss is estimated nt
$200,000,000. Fireproof buildings
burned liku tinder. Few business houses
saved even their papors. No papers
eau be published uutil type comes from
elsewhere. Somo vessels escaped by
being sent adrift into Lake Michigan.
The, origiu of tho firo was iu a stuble
wjiere women went to milk a cow, with
a kerosene lamp. A large number of
firemen have been killed. Tho Couvent
of Mercy was burned. The pavements
were burned. 100 squares were burned
in the South division. 100.000 em?
ployees are out of employment. The
County records were saved, but the city
records were lost.
WASHINGTON, October 10.-A heavy
ruin at Chicago has put ont tho tiro.
This statement is confirmed through
regular and official channels.
PniiiADELPHtA, October 10.-Two pro
minent brokers suspended this moruiug.
Many failures are pending. All is con
SALT LAKE, October 10.-Brighna
Young was arraigned, and held iu $5,001
NEW . OEL?ANS, October 10.-Th?
Texas 'Congressional election, as far ni
beard from, gives the Democratic ma
?prit?ea as follows: First district, fi vi
Counties, 525; second, seven Counties
B;6G*';/ third, thirtoou Counties, 509
fourth, twenty-five Counties, 3,735.
O?IIVE?XON, October 10.-The stearne,
?J. KV HalivVftS lost in a storm ou the 3d
with,all on bonni, except Otto Susseu.
. WASHINGTON, Oetober 10.-Stoau
angines and provisions are going t<
Chicago from all poiuts. Nearly ever
theatre is playiug for tho relief of tin
j u ff er era.
Tho very latest says that all is bnruei
North of Harrison street, between th
river and tho lake, and Northward I
tho extreme North limit of the city
Not a building is left. Even the tree
af Lincoln Purk wore destroyed. Nc
\ word regarding elections. The G?:
vernimmt is bringing ali its resources t
the relief of tho snffwrers. All railroad
will carry supplies free, by fast trains.
CHICAGO, October 10-Noon.-Th
Bre coutiuued all night ou the Nort
lido, but this A. M. it is under coutro
Nothing is remaining on that side froi
the river North to Lincoln Park, an
from the North branch of the river o
the West to the lake on the East. Th
portion of the city, except aloug Main
River, where there wore business blockt
ivas occupied by dwellings. Two-thin
>f tho population of this district wei
[termini and Scandinavian. These pei
pie aro now homeless. At 3 o'clod
this A. M., rain came, but it did not lu
long. Tho roofs aud the ground wei
?vet. 1,500 citizens were sworn iu i
jpeoial police. The Federal force is ec
ployed to guard property. A h ned ri
thousand rations have been issued. Tv
men, caught at incendiarism, were lim
to lamp-posts. This summary procec
mg awed thieves into hurmlessuee
livery train bringa engines and ii re mc
who immediately go to work. They a
playing on tho coal piles to save fuel,
few business men, with more nerve thi
)tbeiH, are seeking business places in t
West sido. Rooms which routed lr
week for $50, now commaud S5.0C
Newspapers aro already ut work prepi
ing for resumption. Water for di m ki
ind oooking is secured from tho luis
dud parks. Thousands of people o
Damped about the artesian well. T
pooplo fled into tho ch niches aud scho
bouses. It was cold this A. M., cnusi
great Buffering, but the people are pn
ing for more rain.
3 1'. M.-Word has just been bronc
that a fierce fire is raging in Thirty-n
street. This street is two miles South
tho Southorn fire limit, and u little li
than that from tho fire - limit on I
West side. It is evidently incendiaria
Two persons caught firing buildings w
shot, and two others led off with ro]
ai omni their necks. As the wind is n
blowing a gale, the end cannot bo toi
NEW YOUK, October 10.-At a meet;
of tho Germania, Hanover, Niagara n
Republic Insurance Companies, comp
ing tho underwriters' agency of ?
York, held to-day, due preparation 1
mudo to pay immediately upon the
jiiBtmoutof all losses incurred iu C
oago; after doing whioh, the capitals
all companies will romain unimpaired
Henry Clows ?fe Co. aud Jay Cool
Co. gave each $10,000 to tho Chic
sufferers. J. S. Morgan <fe Co., of L
don,telegraphed their correspondent
draw on them lor $5,000 for the si
NEW YOKK, October 10.-The re]
that tire had broken out again iu <
?-on H m 9
cago, and was burning fiercely, is posi?
tively contradicted by a despatch from
General ACBOU Stager, of the Western
Union Telegraph Company, now at Chi?
cago, to General--Palmer, Secretary of
the Company Lore. Gen. Stager states
that a fire started in a small house on
Thirty-first street, in the South division,
in the afternoon, but was speedily extin?
guished. Incendiaries were busy, but
seven or eight had been bunged or shot
The Spectator, an insurance journal,
says none of the leadingcorporations aro
insolvent. A number of tho less promi?
nent have sunk all their cupital, but tho
failure of every ono of these will neither
cnuBe a panio nor seriously affect the
general progress of i usu rance. A great
majority of tho companion will pay losses
promptly. Some have already begun to
put their assets in order to liquidate ob?
ligations. Tho Spectator estimates that
the aotual losses of the companies will
not much exoood $35,000,000. Tho
companies doiug business in Chicago
held $73,000.000 assets, inoludiug $7,
000,000 held by Chicugo companies. A
rumor says eight companies have failed,
but it is better to wait for official au
uouncemeuts. The President of tho Iu
toruatioual Company leaves for Chicago
io make settlements.
WASHINGTON, October 10.-The sub
treasury at Chicago lost $2,000,000, of
whioh $500,000 wus gold.
The Cabinet met to-day for the first
time in several weeks. Robeson und
Delano were absent. t
Probabilities-Tho low barometer on
the lower lakes will probably move East?
ward over Northern New York, willi
clou 3s and rain iu New England; brisk
Westerly winds from East Atlantic to
Luke Huron; South easterly wiuds on
the middle Atlantic; will probably be
followed ou Wednesday by cold North
west winds aud rising barometer. East
orly winds with raiu will continu? it
Floridu; North-wost winds with partial!;
cloudy and clearing weather North nut
West of tho Ohio vulley.
PHILADELPHIA, October 10.-A serioin
riot occurred iu the Southern part of (hi
city. Five were killed aud tweut;
wounded. Tho militia was ordered ti
the sceue. A lieutenant of police wa
held iu $1,000 bail fur obstructing th*
LATER.-Tho trouble commenced bo
tween the blacks and whites at tkoeightfi
aud fifth preeiucts, Water street. A
crowd of a thousand were ut tucked with
a shower of paving stones; followed by
pistol shots. A number of men armed
with bright muskets charged about and
tired into the crowd. Tho battle ruged
through several streets, courts and ul'ey.s,!
swarming with men, who tired upon!
each other. A number of colored men j
came out of au alley armed with mus-j
kets uud charged upon the police. The
negroes wore beuten back and took re?
fuge in a tavern, where they (Ired from
the second story. Tho tire was sharply
returned for ten minutes. The neighg
borhood was loud with the reports ofj
tire-arms, while missiles of all kinds
whistled through the air. The wounded
were curried oil by their friends. The
riot was tinnily suppressed.
ROME, GA., October 10.-The North
Georgia and Alabama Fair opened here
to-day. The eutries and attendance uro
CHARLESTON, October 10.-Arrived
steamer Georgia, New York; schooners
James Wall, Rockport; J. H. Stickney,
Baltimore. Sailed-steamer Jumes Ad
ger, New York.
Three fever deaths in tho last twenty
Financial anti Commcrclul.
COLUMHIA. S. C., October 10.-Sales of
sottou to-duy 87 bales-middling lS}^c.
LiVEitrooL, October 10-3 P. Id.-Cot?
ton steady-uplands 9^; Orleans 10;
lales 10,000 bules; speculation uud export
LONDON, October 10-Noon.-Con?
sols 92.^. Bonds 92?j,'.
PAWS, October 10.-Rentes 5Gf. 27c
LIVERPOOL, October 10-Evening.
Cotton closed Bteady-uplands 9?.,'; Or
lea us 10.
NEW YOKE, October 10-Noon.
Sales of futures last evening, 3,300 bule?,
is follows: October 10,,3g(fiji9!.i; Nov?ui
borl9)4', 19 3-1G, VJ\(t ; Deeeinher 19 3 10
?19.';i; January 19%, 19 5 10, 19.'.i
Slocks panicky and activo. Govern
ments very weak. State bonds dull and
weuk. Money strong, ut 7. Gold firm
nt Exehuugu-long 9jji; short
10j4'. Tho Chicago tire excitement has
caused utmost u total suspension of bu
siuoss. Flout held higher, without bu
siuesH. Wheat held 2(?)3c. higher. Corn
held lc. higher. Poik firm and quiet
at 13.75. Lard firm. Cotton quiet aud
steady - uplands ?OJ?; Orleaus 20$'
?ales 2,000 hales; chiefly lust evening
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; soles 3,773
bales-uplands 19%; OrlcutiH 20>'.i.
Flour firmer. Wln?key steady, at 90.
Wheat 1(<<',2O. higher-winter rod West?
ern 1.62(W}1.05. Corn closod dull und
tho advaucrt purtiy lost. Rico 8(7?9.
Pork 13.70(2)13.75. Beef dull. Lard
kettlo 10,%. Freights decidedly lower.
?Sales of futures to day ?,800 bules, ns
follows:October 19%; November 19 3 10,
19K, 19%; December 19 3 10, ?9??,
19%; Jauuury 19%. Money iu Bliurp
demand ou Government bonds, at all
Burta of prices from general borrowers.
Sterling weuker, at 8?"'(O?9. Gold 14.'.,($
14.%. Governments closed feverish
02s ld'.j. States dull and weak ; but lillie
ST. Louis, Ootober 10.-Flour stendy
-superfine winter 5 44(?55 50. Cori
firm-mixed sacks 54|<<@55. Whi>k?y
93 j? ?04. Bugging unehauged. Poi lt
firm, ut 13.00. Bacon active and higher
-shoulders \ clear sides 8 "'.',. Lard
kettle 0; keg ll.
CINCINNATI, October 10.-Flour and
gi ?on unehauged. Whiskey declined, at
90. Provisions strong; not much de?
mand; all held firmly. Pork 13.00.
Shoulders 7%; clear sides 8j?.
LOUISVILLE, Ootober 10.-Pork 13 50.
AUGUSTA, October 10.-Cotton steady
and in fair demand-middling 17%@
17%; receipts 1,000 bales; sales 80.
BALTIMOBE, October 10.-Flour and
wheat quite firm. Corn steady. Provi?
sions unchanged. Whiskey 1.01. Cot?
ton quiet and Arm-middling 19??fV/)
19J,; ; receipts 030 bales; sales 310; stock
NEW OBLEANS, October 10.-Cotton
dull and heavy-middling 19)^(^19^;
receipts 4,709 bales; aules 2,000; stock
BOSTON, October 10.-Cotton' dull
middling 20^; receipts 1,280 bales; sales
300; Btock 4,500.
PHILADELPHIA, October 10.-Cotton
quiet and firm-middling 20.
GALVESTON, October 10.-Cotton dull
good ordinary HI^B? receipts 820 bales;
sules 50; stock 20,599.
WILMINGTON,! October 10.-Cotton
quiet-middliDgl8?..<; receipts 309 bales;
sules 130; stock 2,897.
MOBILE, October 10.-Cotton quiot
middling 1834; receipts 1,532 bales;
sales 300; stock 13,289.
CUABLESTON, October 10.-Cotton
quiet-low middling 18,!:,'; receipts
1,702 bales; sales 200; stock 10,018.
SAVANNAH, October 10.-Cotton
irregular-low middling 18??@182?; re
ceints 3,205 bales; sales 150; stock
A LA non AND rci.L scrri.Y CF
FRESH AND PURE DRUGS,
MEDICINAL WINES. LIQUORS, &C.
W. C. FIN tl ER,
Oct 7 Opposite Columbia lintel.
Fall and Winter Goods.
-J|tt THE undersigned begaleave to inform
WA bib customers, ami the public general
Jla ly, that lie hua just returned from New
lurk with (ho moni uhoii'o selection of goods
BVer brought, to thia market, embracing DOE?
SKINS, Cloth?, French and Eng hs ti Ca si
meron, YeutitiKs, ?Sc, of tho most modern
A largo assortment of GENTS' FURNISH?
Hy paying close attention to business, kc
?xpcctt? to receive a bharo of tho public pa
trutiage. C. I). EOE UH AUDI.
NEW GOODS !
HAMMi just returned .rom New York,
where I mude iuv pu chusca, I am pro
1 pared to show one o? ihe MOST CHOICE
STOCK OF GOODS
for Gentlemen's wear ever offered in this mar?
get. My stock cinbra en French, Knglitdi and
Scotch Oast-inn n ?, Cloths ami Vest tug A, and
i full supply of Cents' Km niching Goods gc
iierally. 1 have abo a very largo ?tock of tho
celebrated "Star Shirts." A share ot patron?
ise is inspect Tully s hoted.
Sept 17 .1. !.'. EISENMANN;
CHILDS & WILEY
AHE daily receiviim the UtiOft HEADY
M A DE CLOTH INO, for old und young
ip-mlcm. iii that have ever bren offered in this
market, tin custom-made can surpass, mid
but few can equul them, in st j le, and finish,
We sell the best, at lower rat CH than those
who don't buy from the manufacturers direct;
Wu keep tho Star and Tino .Fit constantly
on hand, and will Uku orders for half dozen
or more, and tarrant a tit.
U N DE It-WE A lt ni all varieties.
O bO V EM - boat her, Huck. KUI. Dog, nat and
Kenl. HargahiH to bo had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAK-all style?. Plain and fancy
Linen and Paper COLLA HM.
Sleeve and Collar HUTTONB-Oold and
nome that won't coin.
Wo will lako Greenbacks at par for all
tli?'?o. _ Sept 20
A LOT of lino Kentucky
llu^ M ULKS un.1 HCUSICS, justar
V^S rived. Call at _
ml ?fl? DALY'S STAHLE?,
Oct 7 On AHMonibly Htri'ct.
"I \ DOZEN AX KS.
LKJ\J Vi bales Hugging.
2IHI bundles Arrow Ties..
20 dozen I tai I road Shovels.
2iM) nail s Trace Chains.
Just received and for sa'e nt lo wost market
prices. I.OIttCK \ I.OWU \NCE._
You may secure a valuable prize by pur
chasing a i I ck ol in the Columlua Co-opera?
tive Huildiug Aeuociattcu.
R, C? SHIVER & GO.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
ARE now preparod ?to re?oive ordere ' for.'
DIlESS-i?AKlNU, and have the aamo
dono with despatch and in tho
TIP OF THE FASHX??.
Thoy havo sccnrod tho service? and super?
MISS ANNIE WITTVOGEL,
ASS I ST Kl) DY*
Ono year from Paris, and employ nono but
tho host hands. Wo guarantco ovorything wo
do to satisfy.
Gotten up at whorl notico. Ordora solicited,
ll. G. S. & CO., dealers in
Millinery, Dry_ Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Furs, Carpets, Hats, and an
endless line of other Merchandise.
R. C. SHIVER. DAVID JONES.
?3-Newberry, Greenville, Lanrons, Ander?
son, Sumter, Winneboro, Caradon and Chea- :
ter papers copy and acud bill. Papers under I
contract, as usual.
utera, Deviled Ham, Oyatora, dod Fish.
Smoked Halibut, Lardollon, Mackerel, all
Haisina, Currents, Prunes, Datea, Citron,
\lmomln, Walnuts, brazil Nuts, Macaroni,
Vermicelli, Gelatine; Candies-assorted.
Cold Water Soap, Babbitt's best Soap,
Mammoth Laundry Soap, S&polio, Toilet
Pears, Peaches, Pino-applca and Jelly.
Rich Cream Choose. Swiss Ghceao, Pine
ipplo Cheese, Skimmed Cheese.
FINE GOSHEN BUTTER.
Flour-all grades; Bacon, Ham and Broak
Old Hvaon. Young Hyson, Gun Powder,
oglish Breakfast, Oolong.
Candies-Adamantine. Pcrallno aud Wax.
Swoet California. Angelica, Sherry. Rhino
aud French Wines and Brandies, at
Oct 8_G. PIERCES'.
JKr Fall u:?d Winter
h^fflBflfflHBBa Furnishing Goods.
^gjaifBWKjlTTMBRACING all tho
V^Jgaly'i ?SBBW-*-^ novelties of the
VWMT' nson. Wo dosiro to
ii*g?S \ cal1 tno attention of tho
^f?S?i w'I??S P^hllc to our LABOE
M STOCK, whichfor quan
Sasf ' rei' tity, stylo and variety,
ET,?; Xx- \ cannot ho aurpaasedin
Wi A JR.'J I tho city-overy artiola
Wti/?r??if De'n8 ?f custom make
w&itf'jy and especially adapted
BK^gfr to thia climate. We in
jWvg/r tend to keep up with
yv^vjST tho times in catering to
iyQ???r5S the tastes of our cue
S?? ^fcjr&i?? lomos, ami ahab, KB
^^BMILIBI'I heretofore, apply our
^^S^fetf^^ aolvea strictly to tho old
adago, "Quiek salea and
Hmall profits." Trv us before purchaeing
elsewhere. GOODMAN k SON,
Sept 2(? Main street.
S%f\ CASES Kaban MACCARONI.
5 ea*es Vtrmacelli.
1 caso Tapioca.
Sea Moss Farina, Arrow Boot, Ac.
All fresh. _GEO. syMMPUS.
/COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal
\_J hm or barrel. Also, in glaasa, pint? and
quarts. For Halitlow._E. HOPF._
Fulton Market Meats, &c.
Picklod Beef Enunda.
Smoked Beef Tongue s.
Hams-choicest brandd. Breakfast Bacon.
Received woekty-always fresh.
Sept 29 GEO. SYMMKRB.
1 (\f\ BOXKS aeaorted CRAC RE 118.
IA./\J 100 boxes assort oil Canned Goodd.
?0 boxes Soap.
SO boxes Candy.
f>0 boxes Candios.
LOI) barrels Flour.
50 barrels Whiskey, coming in aud in Btorc,
and to which wo invite tho attention of the
tratio. I.O KICK ft LOWRANCE.T;
?>i\/\ WHOLE, Half Barr?la anti Kits
?UU Nos 1,2 and 3, Ruston inspection,
just received and for salo much lower than at
HOV tinto sineo the "liltlo unpleasantness "
Sept 17_E. HOPE.
Native and Foreign Wines.
801JPPEUNONG, Concord, i-autertm, Cla?
ret, Champagne?, just received and lot
s tie low. bv E. HOPE.
COUNTY < LAIMS ANO Jt UV CKHT1.
KH?ATKH bought hv
Kob ?_D. OA M BRILL; Jjroker^
1 nnn nnn PEET LUMUKU, pai
X ?Vr\ ri r jV/\ rv ' ties can ho supplied at
re.Lromible rates l)V Hpulving to
Sept 2 Jv UN E. MYLES, ai Hope's blore.
Pacem, nam? and Potatoes,
BY D. 0. PELX0TT0 & BON.
TO-MOBROW (Thursday) MORNING, lit 10
o'clock, at oar auction store, wc will sell,
2,000 Iba. D. S. SHOULDERS,
8,000 lbs. Smoked Shoulders,
2,000 lbs. Prime Smoked Sides, .
500 Iba. Primo Breakfast Strips,
200 Iba. Prime Smoked Beef,
5 casks Prime 8ugar-cnrod Hame,
10 barrels Northern Potatoes.
Tcrma csBh._Pot ll
Furniture, Mattresses, dc. ,
BY D. C. PEIX?TT0 & SON.
TO-MOBROW (Thursday)- MORNING; at 10
o'clock, at our auction storo, without re
servo, wo will sell, . . .,
12 Hair and Shuck MATTRESSES, perfect?
ly now, and just received from Northern fac?
4 Sewing Machines and sundry articles of
Furniture Terme cash. Oct ll
The New Departure.
WE propose to depart from the old fogy
habit of Belling
at euch high figures so much inj yogue here,
sud intend from thia on to make it to the in?
terest of buyers to patronize
THE STORE OF PORTER fi;STEELE.
Wo have just r tu'rmd from tho Eastern
Market with a beautiful assortment of DRY
GOODS selected with f*rest oar?, and as wo
bought them mtc, wo propose to elvo our cus?
tomers the advantage of these LOW
FIGUBES 1 We ask especial attention to our
choice lot or Men'? Wear, embracing all styles,
colors and p.'ices. Dill"HS GOODS, the new
out desagua oat, and a full stock.' We show
tt e boat line of Fringes in the 'city, and at
Gio lowest tlgnrea. Lu all Dompetic. Gooda,
we offer raro bargain. Wo will mako it to
tho interest of buyers' to* examine our Stock
before purchasing. . . ... . . , o,(; >
- Sopt21 POnTB,y,|.dt, .^TEEtjB.
Mr?. A, J?c?orinick) " : ,,,.
WILL be prepared, to open her.
bande?me and well selected
stock r of MILLIrf?ftY AND
FANCY ABTIOLE8 on FRIDAY ,
the Otb inst, i v. . . ,
She has just returned from
New York, where she* spared no
pains iu the selection of her
stock, hoping thereby, t(0.be able
to please each and every one who
may favor her wi.th a cal!.' "?_ V
Her stock entis'iats of Bonnets,'Date and
Capa, cf tho j?test and moat fashionable
styles. Handsome Flowers and Feathers in .
endless variety. . Corsets, of the vors best
make. Fura of the latest styles, '?t remark?
ably low prices. Alsoi a good supply of tho HO
handaome ready-made Hints, all of which ehe
offers at very low prices.
Mrs McCormick solicite a continuation of
tho kind patronago of'the ladies of Columbia
and vicinity, assuring1 them that she will do
all in her power to ploase._.. ?.. Oct S
EMPORIUM OF FASH?0?7
ABBEVILLE, S. G.
THE best selected stock of DRY
iGOODS in the up-country. The
It-randest display of Millinery in
Mouth Carolina. Dr can Making
dono in the very beet of ? ty le. The
very best talent to be had in Balti?
more in chargo of the Millinery and Dreno
Making Department's. Easiness dons strictly
! upon the "cash" system. Grand opening pf
fall and winter styles to take place on Tues?
day, October 10, at ll o'clock'.' The ladles of
I the up-country aro '.ivitsd to attend. Sam?
ples Bent upon apr'.ca*iou. Ordere for any
article iu tho Millinery hue will be filled and
satisfaction guaranteed. Expenses light and
prices correspondingly low.
Sept 30 imo -TAS. W. FOWLEB, Pro'r.
IN view of tho influx of vi?
sitors to Columbia, occasioned
by the prevalence of the yel
_ _How fever in Charleston, the
proprietor of BOSE'S HOTEL has concluded
to re-opon his establishment for the accom?
modation of the publie at once, and therefore '
withdraws tho proposals ho nae heretofore
made for its Baie or lease.
The Hotel will henceforward be conducted
aa a first class house of entertainment, and
special provision will bo made for the comfort
and convenience of families.
Carriages and un Omnibus will be found at
every arriving tralu. ' W. E. BOSE.
August 30 ._m ?_
m-fto HAVE JUST RECEIVED j?
Kawl the largest and choicest stock Tra
A?pH of READY-MADE CLOTH- \m
^S?^klNO, HATS and FURNISH--**
^^?1NG GO .DB, that they have ever
offered to the publie, and embracing every
si/.-* uuuh-. As we intend to do a larger trade
than wo havn heretofore douo, we will be en?
abled to eell at a SMALLER PROFIT than
wo have heretofore done.
Our French styles of
GASSICHERES AND VESTINGS
Ate acknowledged by all to bo tho choicest
feledimrat'Goods ever Boen iu this market.
Our st vie of GB WING US GARMENTS will
lie snpVrior to anything wc have heretofore
at lt nipted.
Our stock of SHIRTS. SCARFS aud UN?
DERWEAR net (1 but to be seen to bc appre?
HATS-wo liavii all thc lui* st stylt s.
We are still making In order i linne perfect.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
a?~ Conni ry rn?-relisnts tmpplhd ac cheap
as any houtc Bouth ot Nm York. Sept 10
H AT HOUSE
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD