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THE DAILY ?KPHOHX.
"Let our Just Gonaoxe ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Attend toe True Eve at."
BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. 0., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1871. VOL. YU-NO. 20^.
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SA* FBASQISOO, November , fi.^The
ed the water-logged l>rig Shelehopp,
from Ban Fraboisoo, bound for Oalko.
and fonnd all the crow dead? exoopt the
captain, who was saved, though only
inst breathing. . She SIBO reporte a terri?
ble disaster to the Aro ti o whaling fleet,
oaught in the ice; thirty-three vessels
were oruehed or abandoned. The cap?
tains of ' the whalers Arctic. Oayhead,
Minerva, Eliza Swift, Reindeer, Eugenia
and Pooka, who had arrived at Honolulu,
furnished the following details of the
loss of the whaling -fleet:
"The vessels commenced arriving,"
says Captain Thaddeus, "on the 1st of
Mar. On the 1st of Jane the i oe opened
and let the fleet np within sight of Cape
Navarino. The fleet working Northward
fonnd some wbalea crossing the Sea of
Anadyer, and in Behring's Sea more,
and plenty, bat experienced mach trou?
ble from the ice; and when the fleet
arrived at Cape Behring and Flower
Bay, the whales had passed through into
the Arotio Ocean, whither the fleet fol?
lowed, meeting with fair snooess, nntil
about the ti rat of September, when ice
floes and bergs to a great extent com?
menced drifting down, and by the 10th
a number of vesseis had been sank, uud
the balk of the remainder were hemmed
in by the drifting ico or driven ashore.
"On September 2d the brig Oomet
sank. On tho 7th the Roman was dril fe?
ed bodily oat to sea by two floes, and
crashed like an egg shell, the crew nar?
rowly escaping. - The Florida and Victo?
ria, of can Franoisoo, were also crashed.
On the 13 tb, the. cap tai us of the flt et
hemmed in between Point Belcher and
Wainwright Inlet, held a meeting and
resolved, to abandon their vessels, in or?
der to save tho lives of tho orew, which
waa done, and 1,200 safely took refuge
on board the remainder of the fleet,
which had. been fortunate enongh to
esoape outside before the ice closed in."
The vessels abandoned are the Concor?
dia, Oayhead, George, John Wells, Mas?
sachusetts. J. O. Thompson, Contest,
Morgan, Ob ampi on, Henry Tabor, ?.
Swift, Crocker, Navy, Reindeer, Fanny,
George Howland, Pacha, Eugenia, Ea
bola and T. Diokinsop. It is supposed
that the whole number lost will reach
thirty-three. . The vessels known to be
safe?-with the oil seonred, are the follow?
ing : The Arctic, Progress, Chance,
Daniel Webster, Pagoda, Europa and
Medos. All the abandoned vessels, it is
believed, will be a total loss, there being
little ohanoe of recovering even the car?
goes in the spring.
The news has created the utmost ex?
citement at Honolulu and in this city.
ADDITIONAL PAHTIODIAAUS.-Add to the
list of whalers abandoned in the Arctic
Ocean the following: The Florida, Ju?
lian, Awashowsky, Minerva, Wm. Patch,
Mary, Roman and Comet. The ice drove
down from the North-west, forcing the
fleet on mud backs. The ice grounded
in fourteen feet of water. A large num?
ber of the captains arrived here on the
Moses Taylor. Nearly 600 of the wreck?
ed sailors are Kanakas, and will remain
at Honolulu. Aa-many more are left
there; many more of them unprovided
The bark Oomet will bring as many as
she can carry, and the American Consol
was negotiating for a bark to carry
another load to Ban Francisco. The nfft
cera think that a naval vessel should be
sent to bring away the remainder. The
whole 1,200 were brooght from the Arctic
Sea on six whalers, in addition to their
erews and cargoes. The total loss by
the destruction of the fleet is about
$1,600.000. The catch destroyed foots
op to 13,065 b?rrela of whale oil, 965 of
sperm, and 100,000 pounds of bone.
OKL? HEED TO DE SEEN
TO BE APPRECIATED.
Coats, Pants and Vests
Very Latest Styles,
AND an assortment to seleot from larger
than any evei seen in thia city. Our stock of
Xs nearly as large as tho combined stocka in
this city, oonprieing everything new and
BUTTS made for our own trado that will fit,
and at prioos that will please.
UNDER GARMENTS, Gloyca, Scarfs, Dress
kig Gowns* &o.
Oar stock is so large that wo are deter?
mined to reduce it, even at a sacrifico.
Nov 5 R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
ON MARRI A G E . ~
RAPPPY RELIEF FOR YOUNG MEN from
. , the effects of Errors and AbuaOB in early
Ufe. Manhoud restored. Nervous debility
cered. Impediments to n?*rri*ge removed.
New method of treatment. New and romark
ble remedies. Books and Circulara sent free,
in sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2
Sooth Ninth street, Philadolahia, Pa.
Oct 13_ gmo
G-uns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
j?^"^^ public in general that Ihave
rt- ~?^;IIM? returned fi uni the Nui t,?, i
W ma% Vand am now prepared to for- I
niah all in want of GUNS, Billes and Repeat?
ers, of latest styles and beat qualities, Am?
munition and Sportsmen's Apparatus, of all
kinds and descriptions, at reduced prices.
REPAIRING done at short notice.
NOT ?_P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
Black fie Waring,
(Successors of IT. E. Nichols A Co. and of\
Cash <fc Waring, J
General Insurance Agents,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
REPRESENT thefoUowmg well-established
and most reliable Companies:
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY, or?
ganized 1810. AH BO ts over $ 1,500,009.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE IN- I
SD"RANCE GO., organized 1809. Assets over
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO., organ?
ized 1852. Assets over $2.000.000.
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE CO., organ?
ized 1859. As eta ovor $750,000.
ANDES INSURANCE CO., organizod 1870.
SOUTHERN LIFE IN8URANCE CO., or?
ganized 186G. Assets ovor $1,200,000.
The reputation which these Companies
have established for promptness, solidity and
worth is the best guarani uo of security and
Be sure to insure with
Nov 4 Imo_BLACK A WARING.
Stoves, Stoves! Stoves!
THE largest and ?neat assortment of
STOVES that has ever boen brought to
the Southern market, among which is to ho
found the celebrated Cotton Plant, improved.
The Oven of this st ovo has been enlarged, and 1
stands at the head of all other cooking
stoves; also, tho old Cotton Plant, at a re
duoed price; the Grav Jacket, Magnolia,
Queen of the Sooth, Sunny South and tho
Parlor Cook, whioh the public are invited to
call and examine.
A large aenortment of Heating Stoves, con?
sisting of five sizes of Box Stoves, three
sizes Parlor Climax, for wood and coal; the
Franklin Gem, for coal; Franklin Stoves, for
wood; Parlor Air-tight Stoves, and a variety
of other Stoves. The above Stoves are manu?
factured by Abendroth Brothers for the |
An extensivo assortment of Grates, Marble
Mantel Pieces, Tile, Hearth and Grate Fix?
The largest assortment of Plumbing Mate
rials over brought to this market, oonsiutiug
of Marble Top Wash-stands, Silver Plated
Baains and Bibb Cocks, and Bath Tub Fix?
Copper Bath Tnba, and a variety of Galvan
Iron oinks and Earthen Drain Pipe.
A fine assortment of Bruahos, Wood and
Willow Wu re; a large assortment of Plain,
Stamped, Ploaniah and Japanned Tin Ware.
Plumbing work done in the most approved
style; Tin and Sheet Iron work made to order;
Rooting and Gutttring done to order.
Nov 7 C_A. PALMER.
Goods Marked Down,
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR,
WHERE money ia
scarce, w a g tj S
low, trade ia generally
dull. This condition of
things suggests econo?
my, and people begin to
look for bargains. Such
being tho caaa in thia
city, wo havo concluded
AU gooda from their |
original price to auoh
low ngurea aa will meet
tho exigonciea of the I
Q'o those in want uf|
ING. Hats and Gents'
Furnishing Goods, wo I
say consult your own
interest and give una)
call, ero purchasing
elsewhere; and don't
forget that Franklin hi
aaicl: '-Ho that apiti
against the wind, spilt
in his own face."
Wo make special men?
tion of our
Which is a real beanty, and no wardrobo ia
oompleto without ono. Call earlv, at
GOODMAN ? SON'S,
Nov S_Main street.
4TUBS Virginia Valley BUTTER,
C tubs Mountain Butter.
8 tubs) ?uo Goshen Buller.
All nioo and fresh and for salo LOW.
Cet 1 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Many contributors to the Fair, from all
parta of tho 8tato, have sent articles for exhi?
bition without advancing the entrance feo or
pre-paying freight. . Thee o articles will be
held nntil the required oharges aro paid.
Innumerable requests are made "please re?
turn with oare after the Fair." Snoh contri?
butors are respectfully referred to tho pre?
scribed rules and regulations of tho Society.
All papers in tho Stato, friendly to the causo
ot tho State Agricultural and Mechanical So?
ciety, and doairous of imparting correot in?
formation to their friends, will servo them
and us by cabing attention to tbie notice
D. WYATT AIKEN,
Nov 7 _Secretary.
Programme for the Week.
Oates opon at 9 o'clock A. M.
From 10 till ll, a contest in tho arena be?
tween the Baddie horses.
From ll till 2, tho same between single and
double harnees horses. At this contest, thc
committees will tie the ribbons.
At 3. the contest for tho speed premium of
$50 for the fastest trotting, half mile beata,
best three in five; to ba followed by a race for
the speed premium of $75, milo dash.
Oates open at 9 o'clock A. M.
At 10 o'clock, auction sales of livo stock.
At 12 M., the premiums will be awarded
from tho Executive Stand, at the conclusion of
which, the Fair will close.
Each morning of the woek, from 9 till 10
o'clook will bo devoted by the respectivo com?
mittees to ploughing matches, and tests of all
kinds of implements. Sufficient motivo
power, grain, eeed cotton and logs will bo
furnished by tho Socioty to prove the mills,
gins and other machine.!. Flow-men are ex?
pected to furniah their own teama.
A Bazaar will bo open on the grounds dur?
ing the weak, by the ladies of the Memorial
Association, and itu proocods devotod to pro
tooting tho Confederate dead.
Tho several committees will bo published
in the Columbia papers of Tneaday, 7th No?
vember, and all the members aro earnestlv
requeated to call at the Secretary's of?oe. at 9
o'clock of same dav. Nov 7 5
BILL OP FARE,
Sooth Carolina Monument JBazaar.
LUNCHEON F HOM ll TO 2 O'CLOCK.
OYSTERS in every variety. Sardines.
liam. Tongue and Anchovy Sandricbes.
Chicken Salad. Cheese.
Ice Cream and Cako.
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate. Fruit.
DINNER FROM 2 TO 4 O'CLOCK.
Raw Oysters, liam. Fish.
Sour-Oyster and Cumbo.
Beer. Mutton. Chicken. Turkey. Ducks.
Dessert-Ices, Nuts and Fruit.
Cheese and Crackers. Coffee. Nov G
South Carolina State Fair.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
GREENVILLE ANO CoLOuniA R. It. Co.,
COLUMUIA, S. C., November G, 1871.
ASPECIAL PASSENGER TRAIN will ho
run between Newberry and Columbia,
to accommodate visitor? to the Fair who may
wish to go and return tho samo day.
Leave Newberry at.7:15 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.10:50 A. M.
Loavo Columbia ?t.0:15 P. M.
Arrive at Newberry.9:45 P. M.
Stopping going and returning at iutermcdi
atn stations. TUGS. DODAMEAD,
Nov 7 ^_Qenoral Bnperinteudont.
^ WA FISH, Moata and ^-3==^^
f&rZ? Fruit8? Club Fi8h- i^VF^^
Ml ?s? UH Lamb Tongue?, Sar- Iba?tJtS?UI
|H|3E|I1H dinoa, Dutch Her- ttjMM
ilMMlBLfte rings, Hahnon, Lob-aaZBaSSHSi
rttom, Deviled Ham, Oynters, Cod Fish.
Smoked Halibut, Lardellen, Mackerel, all
Raisins, Currents, Prunes, Dates, Citron,
Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Macaroni,
Vormicelli, Golatiuo; Candies-asaorted.
Cold Water Soap, Babbitt's best Soap,
Mammoth Laundry Soap, Sapolio, Toilet
Pears, Poaches, Pino-apploa and Jelly
Rich Cream cheese Swiea Chccao, Pine?
apple Cheoao, Skimmed Cheoso.
FINE GOSHEN Ii UTTER.
Flour-all grades; Bacon, Ham and Break?
Old Hyson. Young Hyson, Gun Powder,
English Breakfast, Oolong.
Caudles-Adamantine, Poraline nnd Wax.
Sweet California, Angelica, Sherry. Rhine
and French Wines and Brandie*, at
Oct B G. DIEROKH'.
A. B. MULLIGAN,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I WILL, when placed in fuuds, pur?
chase and forward all kinda of Mer
chat.di/.s. Machinery, Agricultural Im?
plements, Fertilisers, Ac Oct (J Ht
Martin's Slicing: Suh-Soiler and Deep
THE undersigned having purchased tho
_ right for this Stato to manufacturo and
Bull the ahovo plow, tho best and cheapest yet
introduced, desires a reliable Agent at ovety
County Court House in tho State.
Ont 10_EDWARD HOPE.
COUNTY (l.M.tls AND ?I CRY CK UT I
KICATKS bought bv
Feb 6 D. G?MBRILL, Broker.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.
Established in Columbia, S. C., 1819.
Aetna Fire Insurance Company,
of Hartford, Conn.
Incorporated A. D. 1819. Charter Perpetual.
Cash capital and surplus, after pay?
ing loaaea at Chicago.$4,000,000 |
Premiada received in 1870. 3.9U0.000
IT ia allll tho leading and strongest American
FiroInsurance Company. This grand old I
Ore corporation baB stood for more than HALF I
A GENTU3I as tho towering beacon and indo- |
etruclible bulwark of indemnity againat KIBE.
It baa passed through terrible ordeals. It I
went through that of 1835, the great Kew
York conflagration, in the moat honorable and
triumphant maimer. It also acquitted itself I
most nobly in the more recent dre at Portland.
It haB jest boou called on to pay its loaaea at
Chicago, which haB only taken a part of ita
large surplus-leaving caBh annuls of 14 000,
000 intact. The stock of tho Company now I
commanda over $200 per share. The par valuo
Imperial Fire Ins. Co., of London.
Chartered A. D. 1803. Capital $8,000,000 in
Gold. Thia Company had no agency at Chi?
cago at the limo of tho fire. Its loas WSB I
small. It subucf ibed (5,000 for tho benefit of |
the sufferers by tho tiro.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
Asaota $1,500,000, after paying losaos at Chi?
Union Fire Ins. Co., San Francisco.
This Company has $1,150,000 in Geld, after
paving Chicago losses.
Kiaka taken by CLO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Office opposite Colombia itu ttl, in rear of
Mr. W. J. JPDFFIK'S Book-store. Nov S 3
"I,fl88 COLUMBIAN Publie Behool, or Will
lt!, it Blow Over, with 72 illustrations. By
Nura. 50 cents.
Aunt Jane's llero. By author of Stepping
Heavenwards. $1 50.
Storiw from Old English Poetry. $1 CO.
Tho Laud of Lomo. By Hoberi Buchanan.
The Witness o? History*to Christ; tho Hui
sean Lectures for 1870. Bv Btv. F. W. Far?
rar, F. lt. S $1 50.
Fronde's Second Scries of Short Stndies on
Groat Kubjocts. $2 50.
Philosophy of Consciousness. By Mansol.
Emergencies, und How lo Treat Them; for
M U.'s. $3 00.
American Wonderland. By Bacho. $1 50.
Tho Member for Paria. By Trois-Etoiloa.
Transform?t ionu (or Metamorphoses) of
Insects, with 300 plates. By P. M. Duncan,
P. lt. 8.
Travels in tho Air. Elegantly illustrated.
By James Glaisher, F. lt. S.
Some new Sunday-school Library Books,
new Juvenile Booka from England, new No?
vels, &o. For nain at
DHYAN A McCARTER'S Bookstore
Mrs. A. McCormick
WILL bo prepared to open her
bar.iiayaio and well solocted
stock of MILLINERY AND
I FANCY ARTICLES on FRIDAY,
the Gth inst.
She has Jual returned from
New York, whoi o oho sparod no
pains in tho miler tina of her
etock, hoping thereby to ho able
to please each and every one who
may favor her with a call.
n?tr stock COPH?HIH "f Bonnet? Hats and
Caps, of tho latest and most fashionable
styles, liandsomo Flowers and Feathers in
oudlods variety. Corsets of the verj best
mako. Furs or tho latest styles, at remark?
ably low prices. Also, a good supply of those
handsome ready-made butts, ai i or which oho
o Go ra at very low prices.
Mrs McCormick solicits a continuation of
the kind patronage of thu ladbu of Columbia
and vicinity, assuring them that she will do
all in her power to pleaao. Oct 3
A LARGE supply of Ladies,
rn.Misses and Children's Bonnets,
z? tlalH, Caps. Lacen, Furs, Cloak?,
Ribbons, Flowers, Wreaths for
.Bridal Orders und Tournaments,
Bair of every variety, Toilet arti?
cle?; all of which will ho sold very low. Tho
ladies of Columbia and elsewhere will please
call sud seo for themselves, at
MUS. C. E. REED'S,
Oct 14 Sitio Main ntreet, Columbia, H. C
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
I HAVE on hand a select
stock of WATCH ES, JEWEL
_tliY, CLOCKS. Sll.YKIt Hiifl PUTED
W AIIC:, which I will dispose of at most rea?
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to suit
RLTAlHIN'G in my lino dono promptly and
on good term a.
AU arl irlcH and work warranted to bo as
represented. G EU. BRUSH,
2d door holow PutENlX offiuo, Main streut.
Universal Life Insurance Company
WP, aro dosirous of securing tho servicei
of a half dozen activo Canvassing
Agents in South Carolina for thc Universal
Lite Inf ur?lico Company, of New York, with
whom liberal tenn? will Do made. Wo desire
also responsible Local Agents for ouch town
in tho Stale. M. W. CARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
Siaie Siipuriiiii'udeuin of Agencien.
Coi.riMlilA, S. C., September 8, 1871.
Barley ! jburley !
PLANTERS can have SEED BARLEY at
$1.25 per bushel. Terms cash.
Sept 22 JOtlN C. SEEGER8.
NEW STATIONERY DOUSE.
E. K. STOKES
HAR just oponed, in the new and handsome
budding immediately opposite tho Pncn
MX ofllco, on Main street, a complete stock of j
Comprising Letter, Cap and Noto Paper, of
all sizes, qualities and of every description;
Flftt Papnr? of Cap, Damy, Double-Cap, Me?
dium, Royal, Super-Royal, and Imperial sizes,
which will brt sold in any quantity, or manu?
factured into Blank Booka of any size, and
ruled to any pattorn, and bound in any etylo,
at short notice.
In end leas variety-all sizes, colors and quali?
Of every variety. Memorandum and Pass
Books, Pocket Books, Invoice and Letter
Books, Receipt Books, Note Hooks.
ARCHITECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN willi
find a complete stock ot mater .als for their
use. Drawing Paper, in thee ia and rolla,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards, Oil
Paper, Pencils, Wr.ter Colora, in cakea and
hoses, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every description; a groat vrriety of conve?
nient and useful articles for both Teachers and
Photograph Albums, Writing Desks, Port?
folios, Dabas, with boxee, and a countless
Also, a moat elegant etook of Gold Pene and
Pencil Caaea, superbly-mounted Rubber
Black, Bine, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying; Mucilage-Chees .ind Backgam?
mon Men i nd Boards; Visiting and Wooding
Cards, and everything usually kept in a
FIRST CLASS STATIONERY HOUSE,
Which the Proprietor intends this shall be.
Ho will still conduct his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PAPER
RULING ESTABLISHMENT, which has been
in successful operation for over thirty years in
this State, and to which he will continue to
devote hie own personal attention His stock
will uv kepi Up full mid cOL?pl?t?, itlu bte ,
Ericca will be found always reasonable, and
e hopes to have a share of patronage.
E. R. STOKES, Main street.
Nov S Opposite PhOBMIX Office.
Private Boarding House,
BY MRS. SAMUEL TOWN?
SEND, Senate street, South?
east of the Capitol, one square
_Ifrom Main street, Columbia,
8. u. _Oct ?fi Imo
Georgia Lime and Fertilizer Company
OFFER their SHELL LIME to tho planting
public in full confidence iu its excellent o
It was extenaively naed tho oast season on
Wheat, Corn and Cotton, and baa given entire
satisfaction, as ia shown by a number of
certillcatea from aomo of tho best plantera tn
Georgia and South Carolina.
Our pricea for Fertilizing, ot X Limo, ia iib
per ton cash, put up in casks or b?rrela, de
livered in the city of Augusta or at any land
in c on the Savannah River. The prico of our
XXX. or Mason's Limo, is t2 per barrel, de
livered as above.
Wo are agenta for the celebrated "Stonewall
Cotton Fertilizer" and "Pure English Dla
solved Bono," which we receive direct from
England, and can offer to the public at re?
duced pricea. COLES, SIZER A CO.,
No. 14 McIntosh street, Augusta, Qa.
Agent, TUOS. B. CLARKSON, Columbia, 8.
p._Oct 13 Gmo
Th um well's Collected Writings,
THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volnmee,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell'B por?
trait. $4 per volume.
Memories of Pat mos. By MacDnff. $2.
Tho Conservative Reformation and its The?
ology, liv Rev. Charles P. Krowth, D. D. $5
Tho Unseen World. By Rev. Dr. Stork, fl.
Ri Kw n cv:: i.s.
Her Lord and Master. By Florence Maryatt |
Won, not Wooed. By the author of Bred in
tho Bono, Ac 50 cents.
Terrible Temptation. By Charlea Reade.
Uniform edition of Grace Aguilor's Worka,
such aa Mother's Recompense, Valo of Cedars,
?-c., at fl per volume.
Thu abovo books Bent to any address, poat
paid, on receipt of price
Aug 1 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN, Bookacllcra.
Canned Goods! Canned Goods!
1 Ki". CA8ES fresh CANNED GOODH, juat
_LO w rcoeivod, conaiating in part aa follows
Cove and Spiced Oysters, Salmon, Lob?
sters, (?tc. For aale bv
Oct 1 JOHN AGNEW A RON.
Sccgers* Boer is Pure.
IP don't ooutaiu Copperas, Salt, Limo or
Alum. _ March ll
Tho Southern and Atlantic
Now Open for Business.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA HOTEL.
STENHOUSE, MACAULAY & CO.,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
CU AR LO TTE, JV. C.
SOLICIT orders for COTTON. Corn, Flour,
Bacon, Lard, Ao., and Family Orocoriea
generally. Orders Ulled curcio liv and prompt?
ly. Feb 7lyr
Malt Corn Whiskey,
WARRANTED two years old, at
Fot QI JOHN C. HE EOE RS'
rjt* BUSHELS choice RED HEED WHEAT,
/ D Lr Bale by E. HOPE.
WE bave received five dosen CHEVIOT
SHIRTS, that we Will Warrant the cloth pore,
and made by D. & J. Anderson, Glasgow, who
manufacture these goode exclusively.
50 pair flue BLACK OAS8IMEBE PANTS.
HATS, HATS, HATS. A fresh arrival.
Oct 16 Imo CHILDS A WILEY.
- 4 HAVING Jost returned from New York,
vftK where I made my pu chasca. I am prc
WM pared to show one of the MOST CHOICE
STOCK OF GOODS .
for Gentlemen's wear ever otTered in this xuar/
ket. My stock ombra* ~~ French, English and
Hcotch CassimereB, Cloths and Vee tinge, and
a foll supply of Gents* Furnishing Goods ge?
nerally. 1 have alao a very large atook of the
celebrated "Htur Shirts." A ?hare of patron?
age is respectfully s. licited.
?ar51 y store is located in Stork's, new build?
ing, a few doors below the old stand.
Sept 17_J. F. EISENMANN.
Fall and Winter Goods.
-NAS THE undersigned boga leave, to inform
ft\ bia customers, and tho public general -
J|M[ ly, that ho has Just returned from New
York with tho most choice, selection of goode'
ever brought to thia market, embracing DOE?
SKINS, Cloths, French and English Oa ei
meres. Vestings, Ac, of tho moot modern
A large aeeortment of GENTS' FURNISH?
By paying dose attention to business, he
expects to receive a share of the publio pa?
tronage. O. D. EBERHARD.1.
Get the Best 1
?rte??^?5 MT.line of WATCHES ie
gBf?aaHam now rall and completo, and
BH?HMfiWk^o public may depend ou
getting mu best at the lowest possible figures,
as my faciliu.ee are such that I defy competi?
tion from any market.
I have also in Btore and constantly arriving
all the newest a ty lea of Ladies' Sets, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo. Etruscan, Gold, Jet, *c. ;
elegant designs in Chaine, Bracelete, Charms,
Lockets, Ac; the latest and most beautiful
patterns in eolid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware- Goode suited for bridal, holiday and
Repairing in all branches, by tho best work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13_Colombia Hotel Row.
CHILDS & WILEY
ARE daily receiving tho finest READY
MADE CLOTHING, for old and young
gentlemen, that have ever been offered in this
market. No custom-made can surpass, and
but few can equal them, in Btylo, and finish,
We soil the beet, at lower rates than thoso
who dou't buy from the manufacturers direct.
Wo keep the Star and Trno Flt constantly
on baud, and will take orders for half dozen
or more, and narrant a fit.
UNDER-WEAK in all varieties.
GLOVES -Loather, Ruck, Kid. Dog, Rat and)
Seal. Bargaina to be had in GLOVES.
NECK WEAR-all etylea. Plain and fancv
Linen and Paper COLLARS.
Sleeve and Collar BUTTONS-Gold and
aorao that won't ooin.
We will take Greccbacke at par for all
the80;_ Sept 26
PIANO FORTE AGENCY.
A WM. H. ORCHARD, ..j rmi iv
jr^^aaj^k Professor o? Music. v^V^^ft
Vrfgkfc^^^^Hiaving determined tof 1 5 III
v3^^^5?roanme Teaching, ia now pre?
pared iu take-pupils on the Piano, Organ
and Guitar; alao, in Vooal Music. Having for
over TH i KT Y YEA 22 had charge ot the Musical
Departments in the first Female Colleges
and Schools of the State, be dooma it unne?
cessary to make any other ref? renee to hie
(tu ?li fi ea; ions aa a Teacher.
The arrangements hu ban mado with seve?
ral of the most celobrated Piano-makers, wilt
enable him to offer Instruments of the very
th st class at prices that defy competition.
Specimen r?anos daily expected, xuoso in>
want of Instrumenta superior to any evor
otTered for sale in thia market, will do well to
examino before purchasing elsewhere.
PIANO FORTES, MELODEON8, Ac,
Tuned aud repaired in the WOST i'i.nfcwrr
LI A N N KU and ou reasonable terms.
Ap JJ i jr ai lila r??i?uuue, come? O* Bull hud
Richland streets, or at tho bookstore of
Messrs. Duffie A Chapman. Oct IT
A >?>M~'~>*\ IN viow of the influx of vi
?tmtSkexlA. B'lora to Columbia, occasioned
JHaajoffr^ft by the prevalence of tho yel
Pltf gggggtB^low fever in Charleston, thc
propnotor ol ROSE'S HOTEL has concluded
to ru-opon his establishment for the accom?
modation of the publio at once, and therefore
withdraws tho propoaala be has heretofore
made for its Baie or lease.
The Hotel will henceforward be conducted
as a first ciaos house of entertainment, and
special provision will bo made for tho comfort
and oonvenienco of families.
Carriages and an Omnibus will be found at
everv arriving train. W. K. ROSE.
The Dexter Stables.
THE undersigned have re
JJL*' fj( moved their Stables to the new
fjf>y^*_y-i building, immediately South of
^TfiT^-TL'y^binney's Hall, and, with a now
VP*^S*R f ?tock of CARRIAGES. BUG?
GIES mu fine HORSES, are prepared to an
?wer all calla that may bo made upon them.
Horses bought and sold on commission.
Porsons in want of good stock, are invited tc
give us a call. Liberal advances made or.
stock left for salo. BOYCE A CO.
W. H. BOYCE.
C. H. PHTTINOTT.I,._Jan 24
M. H. BERRY'8
Afn in Strett, near Piain.
NOW on hand and daily re
j?^j^^-jf^Ciotiving from the manufac
AV +j /'?tf^WEl tor*6B "f HeW York, Boston,
Wk^m^SSSw Cincinnati and Louisville, tht
^T^^^^^^S largest assortment of FUR?
NITURE ever kept in this market, consisting
ir. part of Walnut Parlor. Chamber and Dir.
ing-Room Ruits; 200 Bedsteads of difieren!
patterns, in Walnut and Imitation; also, th?
celebrated GeorgiaPplR-bottoni Chaira.
AU kinda of MATTRESSES made to ordor
UPHOLSTERING and REPAIRING done a
short eat notice and in thc beat manner.
Terms cash and Goods ohoap. Oct SO