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HOON DESPATCHES.. ,
PRUSSIAN MILITARY. MATT Ena - BBLOIAN
BEli!HP FOB WISOOmDt 8D7WKBEBS-IN?
VESTIGATION OV FRENCH SURRENDERS
- PRK0A?TION8 AGAIN ST TAB INTERNA?
TO AN AMK RICAN LADY, AO., AO.
PRAQUB, November 4.---In the Bohe?
mian Diet, to-day, an Impocial rescript
was read emphasizing the supremaoy of
the fandamental lave of the Empire,
pointing oat their superiority over any
mere local statutes or customs. The
Emperor declares these general laws cnn
only be altered in the manner prescribed
in che general constitution. He warne
the Died against attempts to nullify or
disregard them, exhorts Bohemia to send
her usual representatives to the Reichs
rath, declaring that failure or refusal to
do this will involve the gravest political
consequences, and that the responsibility
for them reeta solely with the members
of the Diet.
BERLIN, .November 4.-The Reichstag
to-day passed the war fund bill. During
the debato, prior toits passage, Prince
Bismarok urged npon the members the
necessity, in the present aspect of Euro?
pean affairs, of strengthening the coun?
try by thus empowering the Emperor to.
sot promptly and fully under any ad?
verse or threatening p'.fCumstanOes wbiah
may arise. * The jpvjsag? of the war fund
bili, which wau recommended in the Em?
peror's, address at tho opening of the
Reichstag, would ?eave his Majesty un?
shackled, and would virtually place
Pru8Biu in a position io act either upon
the offensive or defensive. Ho compli?
cations are at present apparent.
CONSTANTINOPLE, November ?.-Mon?
seigneur Franchi, the Papal envoy, bas
taken his departure from this capital,
having failed io his efforts to ob tul u
guarantees from the Sultan in regard to
the statue of Catholic subjeots. The
Turkish forte persisten Uly refused to
enter into.a.discussion as to the condi?
tion of his Christian subjeots.
BRUSSELS, November 5.-The Belgian
Government, bas forwarded $20,000 to
America for tho relief of the Belgian
settlers in Wisconsin who Buffered by
the forest fires. The Qovernment has
also opened a aubsoription for voluntary
contributions for the same object.
VIENNA, November 6.-The new minis?
try, in the formation of which tho Baron
Von Kellersburg has been called, is not
definitely constituted, but the following
elate, ourrent in political circles this
morning, is generally believed to be ac?
curate: President, with portfolio of the
interior, Baron Von Kallersberg; finance,
Halzetban; worship, De. Itrem?yer; jus?
tice, Chiimetzky; c?uiuusrus, Do Fiuuor;
war school, agriculture, Grocholski.
Counts Halzetban and De Itremayer
were members of the ministry of Count
Potochi, and De Plener of Count Do
Taafe's cabinet. The new president has
declared, throngh official organs, thut
the policy whioh compelled the retire?
ment of Count Hohenwart, will be vigo?
rously pursued. Some of it? friends
having been deceived by stories of com?
promise, it is distinctly announced that
no. compromise in eoncemplation is like?
ly to be made.
The Diets of Bohemia, Moravia, Car
niola, Upper Austria and Qalioia, will be
dissolved as soon os the new government
PAUS, November 8.-The Commission
of Inquiry on Capitulations made by
French Generals during the late war is
prosecuting its investigations with great
vigor. Marshal Bazaine, who had al?
ready appeared before it in person, has
now sent in a detailed and voluminous
report of the siege of Metz, with the
letters received by him from Napoleon
during the investment. It is stud the
judgment of the Commission will bear
with great severity on those principally
responsible for the surrender of that
The "Minister of War has prohibited
the circulation of newspapers in burrauks
BERLIN, November 8.-A conference
of diplomats will soon be held in Dres?
den to advise precautionary measures
against the International Society.
LONDON, November 9 -Charles J.
Whittington send? circulars from 34
John street, Mew York, offering perfect
counterfeits of English bank stocks at
low rates. The police and magistrates
have telegraphed the fact to the New
MADRID, November 0.-A political
leagoe, opposed to the plans of the In?
ternational Sooiety, is in course of for?
mation. It includes in its programme
opposition to the Cnbao insurgents.
VIENNA, November 9.-Count Andros
sy definitely accepts Yon Benet's posi
lT_- "" T\/r; " i Tl_:_??.,.- -
(uuu SS jutuiorai Ol iumigii ?luann.
The Times, in an editorial, rejoices in
Tammany's defeat, and hopes an ex?
ample will be mude of the men guilty of
A boiler explosion, on the steamer
Genial, killed five and injured nine.
Napoleon inspected the Chiselhurst
Military Aoademy, yesterday; also, in
spscted the cadets.
LONDON, November 9.-The Lord
Mayor's procession was unusually suc?
ZURICH, November 9.-The degree of
Doctor of Medioine was conferred upon
Miss Diminook, an American lady, by
BERLIN, November 9.-Extensive
strikes are reported at Ebling, an im?
portant mannfaeturing town.
SNOW-ANOTHER MAN FOB NEXT PRESIDENT
-ANARCHY IN MEXICO-ELECTION ITEMS
-ARRB8T OF A NOTORIOUS FORGER -
- SUICIDE-HOO CHOLERA, AC., 40.
.LEWISTON, ME., November 3.-Two
girls, Ada Brown, of Buckfield, and
Anna Wood, of Hertford, were seen, at
1 o'clock this afternoon, to leap into the
deepest ohaunel of the fulls, with arms
IntAlAejr^toBr bo?? bafc?ot yet
boen fou* d? Vhm r?saovod at hair' outer
clothing before taking the fatal leap, ?ad
left it In a roll on the rook.
NEW YORK, November 8.-Charlea
O'Oonor; stated to day, that Fields, who
beat Seymour, would bo arrested as soon
as found. ,
Boa KL AND, MB., November 8.-Two
inches of snow to-day; the first of the
NEW YORK, November 8.-It is denied
that Tweed has resigned or intends to do
Since the election, the name of Chas.
O'Oonor ?B suggested among the Demo?
cratic leaders as a suitable candidate for
_ Of\ _. TT
iiin.viLU, uutOuci ou, tia HA? .ui&i iru
vember 8.-Anarchy prevails iu many of
the States of Mexico. The revolution
in Nuevo Leon still continues. The re?
volutionists of Zacatecas have invaded
the State of San Louts Potosi. Nume?
rous bands of men are in the States of
Hidalgo and Mexico and in the Federal
District. Bobberies aro committed in
sight of the gates of ibo city. Gomez
Portales is in the field, operating against
the State government of Agua Calientes.
Jirninesez is again at the head of a force,
operating alternately in Querro and
Puebla. The authorities of the State ol
Oaxaca negleoted to promulgate the re
election of Juarez.
NEW YORK, November 0.-The Work
estimated the Republican majority in thc
State at from 12,000 to 17.0U0, and sayi
the Republicans hov o two-thirds majori
ty in either House. The reported re
siguation of Tweed is unconfirmed
Ingersoll bas returned.
DOVER, N. J., November 9.-The pre
mature explosion of a blast broke tbi
legs of two men and blew one's band off
Theodore B. Bansou, the leader of i
gang of bounty aud back claim forgers
whose operations approximate to $500,
000, has been arrested. His recent head
quarters were at Chicago.
The Sun says the building of the vin
duct, one of Tammany's jobs, is iudefi
NASHVILLE, Novembers.-Marsh Rec
fro was killed and a Mr. Weeks mortal!
wounded in a rencontre.
Parker's majority is a trifle over 5,001
MOBILE, November 9.-The Dem<
orats curry the muuieipal elections b
JACKSON, MISS , November 9.-Til
Republicans carry the State by aboi
RICHMOND, November 9.-The Legi
lature stands about thu same as last yea
NEW YORK, November 9.-The Po
Buys the victory of Tuesday was not
Republican, but purely au un par tis?
j_I. all_ T -_T
utuiiifu, aiuciutuu vuuico ii >iu(j
held in custody to await the result of b
assn ii lt upon United State! Marsh
The President pardoned Martin Frau
Ex-Assemblyman James Nevin w
Anally sent handcuffed to Ludlow Ja
by Commissioner Davenport.
A meeting of the Republican Comm
tee of Brooklyn, tho Republican cum
tate, Kol bil nish, being present and
sympathy with it, resolved to bring t
election frauds before the public com
and Legislature. They claim several co
didates counted out. Thomas C. Fiel
was arrested and bailed in $200.000.
Tweed bas not resigned, and will n<
RoBRa will content Tweed's so it.
CHARLESTON, November 9.-Arriv?e
schooner B. N. Hawkins, New York.
CHARLESTON, November 9.-Two y
low fever deaths to-duy.
HARRISRURO, November 9.-A. I
wolfe Howe bus beuu elected Bishop
the Episcopal Diocese of Peuusylvui]
by a vote of 39 to 42.
CHICAGO, November 9.-An eng
approaching tho McKenzie street brid
while the draw was open, went tliroiij
Oue parson wus lost und ooe badly ht
The hog cholera is alarmiug iu low
WASHINGTON, November 9.-1
steamships Erie and Ontario will
added to the mail liue hence to Bruzi
The War Department II>N advices t
tho Apaches of Arizona refuse to go
Probabilities-The low barometer
Illinois will probably move Eastward i
Luke Erie on Friday; Easterly winds
continue on Lake Michigan, huckin)
tho North-west aud increasing; No
east winds ou Luke Erie, veering to
South-west; South-east winds with i
from Georgia to Virginia; cold No
wost wiuds aud clearing weuthcr Wet
Alabama and Illinois; Easterly wii
with threatening weather, in Now I
lund. Cautionary signals are ordi
for the Southern portion of Lake Mi
gan and Lake Erie.
miCKETS of admission to tho Fair Gro
J. will he sold daily at tho Columbia U
Niokeraun House, Joyner's Hotbi, Ii.
Bryan's Bookstore, Mr. Vf. C. Fisher's 1
Store. Beside these points, they can on
obtained at the gatea.
D. WYATT AIKEN
Toys, Candies, &c.
rpOYH of all kinds and descriptions.
JL sod fancy Caadles, Nuts, Lemons,
Jeiiios and Canoed Fruits.
Bread, Cakes and Bolls, fresh every n
iog, at P. W. KltAFT't
Nov 7_Main stn
-I rv H\LF Ca ES TB assorted TEA. Th
IU the price iu market baa ad vanoed 1
cent , wc eououeded in getting our Augui
duplicated, which we offer at same pri
before._LO HICK A LOWUA N (
Heise s Saloon,
TN rear of CONFECTIONERY and F
J_ STORE, ia open during the Fair.
TBRS in every style, and other REFR
M IC NTS. Plain street, ono door from M
Males and Horses.
Mhj| 1 UAVE just roceived a
*Mxm e.r I,.?.) ,_,? Qn* Ktnelc- *?\
J3?HOR,Sh.S and MULES- Jf
Borne ot which will bo on exhibition l-l
at tho Fair Grounds. Persons in wa
really (ino animals arc request ed to cxan
eithor on tho grounds or ut Logan's Stat
Nov 8 J. AI. TO LB li
COLUMULA, S. O. November 9.-Salee
o? notion, to-day, 57 bales-middli og
LONDON, November 9-Noon.-Consols
PARIS. November 9.-Kentes 57f. 10o.
FRANKFORT, November 9,-Bonds
opened at 96%.
LIVERPOOL., November 9-3 P. M.
Cotton quiet end steady-uplands 9j&;
Orleans 9%; sales 10,000 bales; specula?
tion and export 2,000; shipping at New
LONDON, November 9-Evening.
Consols 93. Bonds 91%. Bullion in?
creased over ?500,000.
LIVERPOOL, November 9-Evening.
Golton closed quiet-uplands 9%; Or?
leans 9%@9??; shipping at Savannah
NRW YORK, November 9-Noon.
Sales of futures, last evening, 5,500
bales, as follows: November 18 1-1G;
December 18i<j (a) 18 5 16; January
187-16@18K; February 18 1M6@18%;
March 18 15 16@19; April 19 3 16.
Flour quiet and steady. Wheat quiet
and' unchanged. Corn dull and un?
changed. Pork firm, at 13.12?13.25.
Lard steady. Cotton quiet-uplands
18%; Orleans 19%; sales 1,300 bales.
Freights steady. Stocks strong. Go?
vernments steady. States dull, except
new South Carolinas, which are very ac?
tivo, at 34%. Money firm, at 6. Gold
11%. Sterling-long 8%; short 9%.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 3,078
bales-uplands 18)4 ; Orleans 19,%. Flour
quiet aud steady. Whiskey steadier, at
9U. Wheat inactive and l@2c. lower
winter red Western 1.58@1.U0. Corn a
shade easier, at 78%@8l%. Bice 7%@
8%. Pork steady. Lard a shade easter
-kettle 10. Freights a shade firmer.
Money easy, at 5(7^6. Discounts 10@12.
Exchange, higher, at 8%@8%. Oold
11><J@11%. Governments dull and
barely Bteady. States 6tea?y; North
Carolinas somewhat firmer. Tennessees
66; new 65%. Yirgiuius 60; now 69.
LouisianuB 65; new 56; levees 63; 83 75.
Alabuma 8s 98; 5s 65. Georgias 80; 7s
86. North Carolinas 37; um? 19. South
Carolinas 70; new 34%.
BALTIMORE, November 9.-Flour un?
changed, with better fceliug. Wheat
activo ind firmer-Pennsylvania 1.62(a)
1.63. Corn firm-yellow 70@72; white
68(q)72. Pork steady. Bacon firm aud
unchanged. Whiskey quiet, at 91'.;'.Qi)
92. Cottou dull-middling 18%;'~ro
ceipts 402 bales; sales 377; stock 4,483.
CINCINNATI, November 9-Flour in
good demand. Corn drooping-uew 46
(?)47; old 51(2)55. Pork unchanged, at
12.15. Lard dull. Bacon quiet and un?
changed. Whiskev 88.
PHILADELPHIA, November 9.-Cottou
BOSTON, November 9.-Cotton quiet
middling 19? receipts 1,250 bules; suies
400; stock 7,000.
AUGUSTA, November 9.-Cotton firm
and lu fuir demand-middling 17%; re?
ceipts 1,200 huies; suies i,2??.
NEW ORLEANS, November 9.-Cotton
quiet-middling 18; receipts 6,555 bales;
s des 3,800; stock 78,9l)0. Sugar in good
demund und easier-inferior 6%; fair
8%?9; good fair 9?.<@10; fully fair to
choice 11@11%. Molasses lower-cen?
trifugal 40; prime 44@46; strictly prime
50. Others unchanged.
NORFOLK, November 9.-Cotton quiet
-low middling 18)4; receipts 2,069
bules; sales 200; stock 6,933.
WILMINGTON, November 9 -Cottou
quiet-middling 17%; receipts287 bules; I
CHARLESTON, November 9.-Cotton I
quiet-middling 17%; receipts 1,475
bales; sales 400; stock 34,934.
SAVANNAH, November 9.-Cotton
irregular uud in good demund-middling
17}?@r7%; receipts 4,578 bales; sales
1,6110; stock 52,588.
MOBILE, November 9.-Cottou it) fair
deuiuud-middling 17%; receipts 1,390
bules; sales 1,000; stock 30,410.
Tho DAILY RAFFLES of tho Charleston
I Cliaritahle Association take placo every morn?
ing, at 10 o'clock, at thoir oflico, on Main
Nov 7 ' r'
A.STORE, on bl tia street. Possession
givi u immediately. Apply at this oftieo.
?ffc GEO. '1. JACKSON A CO., 17 Jackson
cJstrect. Augusta, Ga., manufacture thc
*A??lollowing brands of superior FLOUR:
"Famy Family," "Double Exira," "Extra,"
"Sunbeam," and "Super." The attention of
merchants ?ind consumers is called to thin
KL HJ lt, which is warranted crpial to samplo.
S W Y ?EUI' A HOOK ti ave it for Halo. Nov 7 4?
Krlilnyum! Saturday, Nov? IO and ll*
Thc Tremaine Bros.,
John G. Pierson,
Burlesque Operetta Troupe
ORIENTAL BELL RINGERS,
. +~ m
WILL appear during Fair Week with the
Wm. D. Tremaine,
John G. Pierson,
G. 8. Robinson,
Frank. Barry, Jr.
Doors open 7j; oommenco at 8 P. M. Ad?
mission 75 cents.
Reserved ?oats can bo obtained at LyBrand
A Son's Mnaio Store from 0 A. M. until G P.
M., each dav, without extra olia rue._ _
E. E. JACKSON
Just Received Another
LOT OF TUOSE
FIXE ONION SETS,
RFD AND WHITE.
SX?X Lintot* jTig?. ;.
t'?ecure Your Christinas and New Year
. - Gifts.
T> Y the authority of the Act of the Legiala
X> tare of Kentucky, of March 13, 1871, the
Trastees of the Public Library of Kentucky
will give a
GUANO GIFT CONORRT,
AT LOUISVILLE, KT.,
Saturday, December 10, 1871.
100 OOO Tickets of admission, $10 oaeh, cur?
rency; half Tickets, $5: quarter Tickets, $2.60.
Tickets will bo sent by registered letter; the
money for them may be sent by post office
money order, greenbacks, or draft.
Each ticket consists of four quarters, value,
$2 50 each. Thu bolder ia entitled to admis?
sion to the Concert, and to the value of tho
gift awarded to it or ita fraction.
$550,000 in greenbacks will bo distributed
to holders of tickets, in girts of from $11)0,000,
tho highoat, to $100, the lowoat, being 721
gifts in all.
The Concert ia for the bonoflt of tho
PUDLIO LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
The Citizens' Bank of Kentucky ia Trea?
surer, and tho corporators and eoporvi?or?
aro tho lion. Thomas E. Bramletto, late Go?
vernor of Kentucky, and twenty-Bevon of the
moat distinguished and reapoctable citizens
of tho ?tate.
Tho undersigned, lato principal business
manager of tho very successful Oift Concort
for the benefit of tho Mercantile Library at
San Francisco, baa boon appointed Agent and
Manager of thia Grand Gift Concert.
The drawing and dietributiou will take placo
in public, and everything will be done to
Batist y tho buyers of tickets that thoir Inte
reats will be aa well protected aa if they wore
personal Iv present to superintend the entire
For tickets and information apply to
C. R. PETERS,
120 Main street. Louis vii lo, Ky.; No. 8 Astor
Huano, Now York.
H. N. Kempston, No. 410 Broadway, Mil?
M. A. French, Virginia City, Nevada.
M. A. Wolf, No. 31G Chestnut street, Ht.
T.cketa ainu for sale in every prominent
place in tho United States.
Owing to tho general derangement of mails
and advertisements consequent on tb? disas?
trous coull-ignition in tho Wost, tho salo ol
ticketa iu tbis enterprise ia extended to No?
vember 30, 1871, at which tinao the main
oflico, 12 i Main street, Louisville, Ky., will
close for adjustment of accouuta and business.
No orders, except hy mail, will he received
after December 1, and no ordera by mail
will bo lilied after December 10. The New
York oflico will close December 10; othor
agencies December 5. Every ticket unsold
December ll, will bo cancelled hy ita number.
Tho drawing will take place in public, Decem?
ber 1G, 1871, commencing at 7 A. M., and con?
tinuo until tho 721 gilts are awarded. Pay?
ment ol award? will commence December 10,
at 0 o'clock A. M. Circulars of awards will bo
fontd at every agency aa soon as they can bo
issued corroctly, and will alao ho sont to all
ticket buyers SB soon as possible No ordor
will bo filled at main oflico for leas than $10.
Nov 10 tl2 OHAS. R. PE TERS, Mauager.
G. AI. THOMPSON Af CO..
. HAH on hand tho
j^BjV largest, most faah
ionablo, stylish, du
^P*~~^Q^B?rablc and cheapest'
stock ot BuO I'S aud SUOEH in the State. All
A complete assortment of Gout's, Boys' and
Children's HATS aud PAPS._Nov 5 3mo
R. O. HUIVEU. DAVIO JONES.
FOR THE WEEK
A beautiful collection of DKF.SH OOODS.
An elegant assortment r?f FURH.
A superb ol of SHAWLS and CLOAKS.
Brilliant slock of CARPETS AND OIL?
Magnificent collection of MILLINERY.
Unique and fashionable HAIR GOODS, of
overs kimi. (Purcpa Rosa Curl. now.l
Valuable collection of ORNAMENTAL
Cboice mid pretlv TOILET ARTICLES and
The best KID GLOVE and HOSIERY de?
M>*enificcut stock hand-made ROOTS and
Elegant aud stilish II ATS and CAPS.
The host stock of UMBRELLAS in the
Magnificent Art Gaiter}. Public invited to
The best WHOLESALE STOCK SOU 171, on
our third lloor.
Making a ?1 and total ol the LARGEST, the
HANDSOMEST, tho CHEAPEST ami BEST
COMBINATION ol GOODS iu tho United
Stales, ot the kind, under root.
Nov 7 R. C. SHIVER & CO.
Columbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention nf
tho public to au examination of their
STOCK OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con
sistingof Piauna, Church and Parlor Organs,
Molodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
cordeons, Brass ?ad Kilver baud Instru?
ments ot all kinds. Also, Shoot Musi? and
Instruction Booka for every class of .Musical
Instruments 011 hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; aud all kinds of Musical Gooda sent by
Exprcss, when ordered, to any pirt of the
Htato, marked C. O. D. Good Second-hand
Pianos aud Organs for a&le cheap, for cash
Pianos, Organe and Melodeona tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; aud will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties to any point
desired, at moderato pi ices.
All ordera promptly attendod to and eatia
fsition guaranteed to ttioao favoring us willi
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and Unsical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens' Saviugs Bank Building,
Columbia, H. C^_Nov 7
Corns, In-growing Hails, &c.
CHUKO HY MOMS. Il K HO 10 lt,
WITHOUT GIVING ANY FAIN.
TO THE LADIES.
?ADIES not liking to havo thoir own Comp
J attended to hy a stranger, can do it
themselves by using Mona. Berger's Cons
SOLVENT, which acts only on Corna, and has
no effect whatever on the flesh. This prepa?
ration contains neith? r alkali, poison nor
seid. The euro ia certain. Apply nt Hendrix
Uouse. Oct 31
^ A LOT of lino Kentucky ^
PfeaaB. MULES and HOUSES, just ar'-A?iC
rived. Call at CQj
sMissgi DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Asseniblj street.
i ' Melt*; ?ZI K'S ?T?O
Wholesale and Retail Confectionery,
Toy* and Fancy Ar Mes in Great Variety.^
? splenpid asaort
msDt of Frenen
tallized and Fruit
in cakea and Bon?
bons; Candies of
my own mannfac
^C^SS^P^ b?n'dT'new* F'igs!
,!?-*,^?r"'T^ Prunes, Raisins,
Paper Sholl Almonds, Palm Nnta, English
Walnuts, Pecana, Ao.; Bananas, OrangeB,
Northern Apples, Pound, Fruit, Jolly, Citron
and Black Cake, with a full assortment of
small Cakea and Tarts, always fresh.
8aloon attached will be open during Fair
Week. Oysters and other refreshments
served np in boat stylo.
Albert Biscuite, English Crackers, Ac, Ac.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
John Alexander, Proprietor.
From Eight to One Hundred Horte Foxoer.
IWILL exhibit one CIRCULAR SAW MILL,
complete, at tho Btato Fair, TUESDAY,
the 7th, and all who are interested will have a
obanoa of seeing and judging for themselves.
Will alao exhibit fivo new patterns of Pa?
tent Railing, of which rights I am the sole
owner for this County. Any of the five pat?
terns can be put up any length without ports.
Also, five new pattorne of Masonic Baloony
Railing, gotten up expressly for the Fair by
Will ?IBO exhibit one set of Grist Mill Gear?
ing, one 3-roller H inch Cast Cane Mill, and
a large lot of Cast IURA for Mill Gearing.
In addition to what I will exhibit at the
Fair, I have one moro Circular Saw Mill, and
severn! other patterns of Railing and Cane
Mills, at my workshops.
Also, ono 10-borBO power Portabio Encino,
ono 16-horao, and a second-hand Doddrick
Cotton Press, to bo sold Tor cash.
I shall lake plcasuro in showing any one
who may feel disposed to visit my establish?
ment, which is located at tho foot of Lady
street, noar the Greenvillo Railroad Depot.
Nov 8_JOHN ALEXANDER.
The Invention of the Age !
Great Inducements to Capitalists and Manu?
THIS PLOUGH ia au invention of real mo?
nt and intrinsic value to every tiller of
tho soil. A want is now supplied which bas
been prominent and heretofore unfilled. The
Plough is adapted to every one on the cotton
or rico plantation, the upland farm, the nur?
sery and the garden. No horse is needed to
work it. Ita principle is simple, and CHU be
worked by a boy. By its uso, one man ean
do moro work and in a better condition than
four men with boos. Practical men endorse it.
Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken says: "Pettiorew's
tiaud i ;iough is au invention of superior me?
rit, and ahould bo on every plantation and in
From J. E. Adger A Co., doalera in Agricul?
tural Implements.-"Mr. P. P. T?ALE: We
havo examined the Hand Plough sent us on
trial, and aro fully satisfied with its principle
and adaptation to the wants of the people.
Truly yours, J. E. ADGER A CO."
Many Hundred recommendations like the
above have heon receivod.
First pieraiums awarded at tho following
Fairs: Mississippi Statu Fuir, at Memphis;
Louisiana Btato Fair, at New Orleans; Mary?
land Stato Fair; Keutncky and Tennessee
A special premium awnrded at the South
Carolina Institute, held in Charleston; fir-t
premium awarded at tho great Fair of the
South, held at St. Louis, in cotohor, 1871.
2,ODO Ploughs sold in Louisiana thu past
year; 5,000 Ploughs sold iu Tennessee and
koo tucky thc pASt year; 6,000 Ploughs cold in
Maryland and Virginia the past year.
A fortune open tu the right man. Remem?
ber, it is an indispensable article to the agri?
culturist, of daily uso and constant demand.
County and Stato Itigbts for sale by
P. P. TOALE, Charleston, S.C.,
Owner of tho Hight of Southern States.
tt- S:iles mads by P. T. MO KEY, at Co?
lumbia Hotel. Nov 7 4
W. D. LOVE. B. B. MCCUEEUY.
WE cr EN,
AS ESTIBE NEW STOCK OF
I XE EDLE WORK SETS,
DUCHESS LACE COLLARS,
I'OINT LACE COLLARS.
Roman Sash Ribbons,
IS NEW UESIONS.
IS SEW COLORS ANO ALL V.VUIETIEH.
WE carry a hip stock nf FLANNEL8 and
Blankets. Jeans and Twuods, Cassi
meros and Cloths.
Tho Shawl and Cloak Department exhibits
all tho newest styles out.
In FU HS, we aro showing aomo styles which
are not to bo found olacwln-ro.
Thu stoc'i of Carpets, Rugs, Oil-Cloths, Ac.,
cannot ho excelled.
Our goods are alt selected from the best
makes. Wo guarantee all gooda we sell, do
business on the ono prioo system, and a low
no house to "undoraell us."
Nov 5 W. D. LOVE A CO.
Room for Alli
JL^ON'T loave tho city beforo yon call at
C. F. JACKSON'S
Dry Goode Establishment and got some of
his many good
Look to your interest. Main <>treot, noxt to
Agnew A Son. Nov 5
Qflii AAA FRET OF LUMBER,
OVM'iW.UU 60.000 feet of well sea?
soned Flooring on hand
Orders for Lath, and all kinds Lumber filled
at short not co. Apply al our Lumber Yard,
on Lady strict and Qreouvillo Railroad, or
address W. LOW BY A CO ,
Pet ar? 3mo Box 130 Columbia. S C.
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Beer
IN proferendi tn London Porterand Scotch
Alo. Why? They know it is unadulterated.
Baconon Amount of Shipper, i
BY JACOB LBV1H.
THIS (Friday) MO RN INO. at 10 o'clock, I will
?ell, at my store, without reserve,
1,500 pounds Smoked Shoulden.
75 Canvassed Hams.
~ barrels Pickled Pork.
- barrels Flour. Ac, Ac._Nov 10
Mule?, Borte, Ae.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THI8 (Fridaj ) MORNING, I wUl sell, at my
store, at 10 o'clock precisely,
4 GOOD MULES,
As tbe above are positively to be sold, per?
sons desiring to purchase will find it to their
interest to attend.
This sale will take place previous to sale of
Bacon. Ac _ Nov 10
FOR FAIR WEEK,
This old and established house ie still ia
existence, and prepared now, as in days gone
by, to supply their patrons with everything
desirable in the
DRY GOODS LINE.
We have a most completo and varied assort?
ment in every Department, the entire Stock
being aeleoted with especial care to the re?
quirements of this market. We would say to
our country friends in particular, that they
cannot do better than by giving as a call.
We guarantee to supply every reasonable
" ant in tho Dry Goods liec, and at prices that
J. H. A M. L. KINARI),
Nov 7 One door South Columbia Hotel.
?F it was only in the matter of GROCERIES,
thia question could never be aeked, be?
cause the people of Columbia and up-country
already know the faot and act upon it.
Wo oiler the best gooda to be found in any
known market, and if better than the best
could possibly be had, we should have them.
Our perishable goode are fresh, daily. We
can scarcely supply the demand, dull as times
are. In this elane we include Hama, Break
foot Stripe, ACZI??C-?, ??c.
In Flour-handling, we think, more heavily
than auy merchant hore, we offer peculiar in?
ducements in quality as in price.
In Liquors, I am assured you have the in?
side track. We trust all who give us a call
will acknowledge the "Corn."
In Fancy Grocoriea and Canned Goods, our
aaaortmeutis unequaled; every novelty
hoing added to stock promptly, and standard
goods always on hand.
So, dear reader, whenever your stock of
Groceries runs short; whenever a delicacy is
required for the sick room; whenever the ap?
pui ito of the epicure fails; in ehort, whenever
you want anything else but Dry Goods, Boots
and Shoes, or Queen's Delight, oall; and we
can tell you, also, where they can be got for
nothing. GEO. 8YMMER8.
A LIBERAL TRANSLATION
VERY BEST AND CHEAPEST
AIITICLE3 IS TUE
DRY GOODS LINE
W'E havo just returned from tho North
(th< second time thia fall) with the
largest and best lino or DRY GOODS we ever
have liad the pleasure of offoring to this mar?
ket. Every department is crammed full of
choice goods of every style, kind and variety,
i A big stock of DRE*H ?U?L>S and Mena*
Wear -they aro in atore and mnat be sold.
Also, Furs, Cloaks, Shawls, Flannels, Skirts,
Blankets, Table Linen and Domestic Goods of
ail kinds. Nuiloua-a largu, vorj large stock.
EVIDENCE -Onr friends tell us every day
that we soil the host and cheapest goods ia
tho eily ; and, aa we keep no Hash goods, but
do business in a plain, straightforward way,
it will ho to your interest to purohaao your
Nov 2_PORTER & STEELE.
Cigars ! Cigars ! Cigars !
WE have now on hand a large stock of the
following ohoioe branda of CIGARS,
which wo are offering at low figures, and to
which we invito those fond of a ohoice Oigar
to give a trial:
Flor do Matanzas,
La Flor de Baltimore,
Gold Medal, Ac,
Together with a largo aeaortment of low
priced Cigars, Cheroots Ac
Oct 20_iii1!? AGNEW A SON.
1AAA AAA FEET LUMBER. Par
,UlM t4\J\J\J tioacan bo supplied at
rdtsouahlo rates by applying to
! Sept'2 J- iHN E. OYLhS, at Hone's store.
Se egera' Beer ls Pure.
IT don't, contain Cococulus indiens Fish
Hoiries to make slocny or headache.
.i/A BARRELS Choice New Hulled B?CK
XI/ WHEAT. For bale low by
Oct 25 JOHN AGNEW A SON.