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?ONFIDKNOB IN THS SPANISH GOVERNMENT
-MARINE DlflABTBB-PAPAL TEOUBLB8,
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PURLIN, November ll.-Kelly, aooased
ot the morder of a high constable, was
acquitt?t!. : The friends of Kelly demon?
strated, bat there waa so disturbance.
MADRID, November ll.-The Cortes
voted oon&denoe in the existing govern?
ment by 101 to 88. .The Radical mem?
bers abstained from voting.
PARIS, November ll.-Thiers, in an
interview, authoritatively stated that he
would propose to establish a permanent
repoblio when the Assembly meets in
LONDON, November ll.-The Halza
tia, leaving Plymouth for Hamburg, ran
'down a' schooner in the harbor. Tho
crew were drowned.
BRUSSELS, Novomber ll.-Tho Bank
of Belgium has reduced its rate to 4.
The Independence Beige re-affims the
appointment of Jule? Ferry to Washing?
PABI?, November ii.-The Papal
Nnnoio and Frenoh Minister of Foreign
Affairs had. a long consultation yostor
doy, of which, ?he Con*?iiutionne? says:
"They discussed the forth-coming Pupal
protest, wherein the Pope declares him?
self .sole .King et, Home, and will not
hold intercourse with the Minister of
VictorEma nu ol.
INSURANCE ITEMS-OPPOSITION TO HIGH
RAXttS - SMALL POX- JAMAIOA TROUBLES
-RAILROAD DISASTER-AI? Ttl VAL OF THB
RUSSIAN FLEET, -O., AO.
NRW YOBK, November 10.-The pub?
lishers bf the Spectator, an insurance
journal, have, issued a table showing the
aggregate losses to companies by States,
the number, suspended and assessed and
the number unaffected by the'Chicago
fire. Total com patties involved, 835; ag?
gregate, capital, $21,939,210; total gross
assets, $135.?20.426; total losses, $82,
921,122; companies suspended, 57; num?
ber assesaed, 28; number not in fire, 87;
loss ot Companies by States: New York,
^1,037,500; ,Obla; $4.7D3,657i. Massa?
chusetts, '$1,48:3,500; Pennsvlvauia. $2,
082,000; Illinois, $33.878,000;- Conniicti
ont, $9-,325,O0O; Rhode Island, $2,072,
500; . California,: $2,950,000; Missouri,
$376,000; Maryland, $397,165; Wiscon?
sin*, $200,000; Miohig?ni $175,000; Min
neaata^ $100.000; Maine, $30,000; Ken?
tucky, $6,800. Loss of foreign compa?
. NEW YORK, November 10. ?-The Even?
ing Post says a oordial meeting occurred
between 'Senator Fenton and Collector
Murphy, and the batobet was buried.
Greeley is less traotable, but it is under?
stood that he signs the truce.
OHIO AGO; November 10.-Under the
high ratos of insurance, proprietors ol
warehouses have each determined to boj
steam fire engines fer their own uso, the
whole number to be oalled out in oase ol
necessity, and each warehouse to have t
steam pump to flood the establishments
thus doing away with the necessity ol
600 or 700 workmen, nearly nil dis
charged sinoe election day, were aronn<
the Court Honse, to-day, endeavoring tt
get pay for six weeks' work.
, ; WASHINGTON, November 10.-It is be
Reved by prominent gentlemen that th
spread of small-pox in Eastern oities i
attributable to the sale of buffalo robe
taken from the camps of the Piegan um
Blackfeet Indians who were so severe!,
striokon with that disease two years agc
Sinoe then, sevoral of the robes wbio'
were prohibited from the markets hav
disappeared, and it is believed they hav
been brought East.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, November 6, vi
HAVANA, November 10.-The steamshi
Ocean Queen, for New York, takes a
enormous quantity of coffee.
Aspinwall advices, of the. 2d, say tb
Spanish war steamship' Tornado was uti
watching the Amerionn steamship Virg
nia, and an attempt to capture is appn
hended, despite the protectorate assume
by the Granadina and United Statt
Peruvian advices say a mall-pox is rn j
ing at Lovra.
The , Presidential elections favor?
Gen. Prado. There were fears that tl
Government would nullify the elcctie
and proclaim Gen. Echovigna t?mpora
President, with the assistance of tl
army, and subsequently appoint Ecb
vigua, his brother, Dictator. In tl
event, a revolution is expected. Prat
has 8,000 soldiers, and it is believed w
begin a war jf the Government nullifi
LOUDON, VA., Novembor ll.-" ne
company has been formed with $5,00(
000 capital, to furnish rolling stock f
the Atlantio and Great Western Rai 1 wa
ST. PAUL, November ll.-Austin's m
jority is over 8,000, with the upper oon
ties unheard from.
LOUISVILLE, November ll.-The N
tiona! Steamboat ?Convention adopt
- resolutions for a committee of two fire
each State to draft a new steamboat li
and urge its passage. Tho committ
having po iver to call the oon von ti
whenever neoessary. The Committee
Grievances report the present law a
regulations indefinite in its provisioi
and compels owners to tost their in vt
tions against their judgment of th
utility or safety. It leaves the looal :
speotors discretionary powers ot
against steamboat ownors and their i
terest8. The law empowers superv
ors to compel owners to purchase ;
tented devices at pleasure. The oo
mittee recommend that the whole si
Jeot bo reforrod to a committee, to dr
a suitable bill and seoure its passa:
CINOISNATI, November ll.- A moeti
of tobacco manufacturers and deal
agreed that bonded warehouses ore \
necossary; that the peddling syst
should bo I Qt or guarded against frau
or abolished"; that the dealing in Teano
baoco ahould be? bejt?r r^lf^. T>e
meeting generally favored a reduction
of the tax. A committee waa appointed
to forworn tho rceolutiona to Washing?
ton. ' tn ?fi ?J.
ST. Louis, November ll.-A broken
rail threw two oars, containing recruits,
from the track of the Northern Missouri
Railroad. The oars went down an em?
bankment. Sixteen soldiers were killed.
Edwin Galvin, sun of Jndge Galvin, of
thia city, was killed. The recruits were
en route for Bait Lnko.
BROOKLYN, November ll.-A meeting
against the rings was the largest ever
held here. Propositions to uso lamp
poets for repeaters, and ballot-sluffers
were tumultuously applauded.
SAVANNAH, GA., November ll.-Tho
following from the Mayor of this oily
will set at rest the report in regard to
yellow fever: "Many false reports are in
circulation concerning the health of Sa?
vannah. On tho authority of the health
officer and of tho leading medical men of
the city, I positively assert that there
is no yellow fever, or any other epidemic
disease, in the city."
OHAKI?SSTON, November il.-Arrived
bark Brothers, Yarmouth, Mass.; tho
sohooner Yerace, Wilmington, Del.;
schooners D. Y. Streaker, and Althea,
New York. Sailed-steamers Champion,
New York; Sea Gull, Baltimore; ship
Be-nnion and bark Drunpier, Liverpool.
CHARLESTON, November ll.-No
deaths from yellow fever.
JACKSON, MISS., Novotubor ll.-Ro
tnrns indicate the following complexion
of the Legislature: House-Republicans
61; Democrats 53; doubtful 2. Senate
-Republicans 24; Democrats 12. This
shows a heavy Democratic gain, Alcorn
is going to the Senate, and will resign in
favor of Lieutenant-Governor Powers.
WASHINGTON, November ll.-Jndge
Carter gave judgment against femule
voters, because tho Act orgnuiziug the
District of Columbia confers tho right
upon "male" citizens; but Judge Carter
has no doubt the fourteenth and fifteenth
amendments confer the right upuu
The United ft tat eu aud British Claims
Cnmmissiou meet nguiu on the 14th inst.
The claims of persons who since their
claims accrued have become citizens of
the United States, will bo presented to
the commission by Mr. Howard, tho
The President approves the sentence
of Capt. Hodges-cashiered^ for embez?
Blaine writes that ho will not announce
the committees of tho House until the
second week in December.
The President issued a proclamation
to-day, formally suspending the habeas
corpus in Marion [Union?j County, S.
C., saying: Whereas the insurgents en?
gaged in such unlawful combinations
and conspiracies within tho county afore?
said, have not dispersed and retired
peaceably to their respective homes, aud
have not delivered to the Marshal of tho
United States, or to any of his deputies,
or to any military officer of the United
States within said county, all arms,
amunition, uniforms, disguises and
other means and implioients used, kept,
possessed or controlled by them, for car
rying out the unlawful purpose for which
the combinations and conspiracies are
organized, as commanded by said procla
mation, bntdo still persist in the unlnw
iul combinations and conspiracies afore
said. Now, therefore, ?fcc, ?fee.
Probabilities-An area of low pressure
will probably develop on Sunday West
of Illinois, and increasing Southerly
winds be experienced throughout the
Mississippi Valley and on thc upper
lakes, with falling barometer and rising
temperature; pleasant weather will pre
vail very generally in the Southern and
Gulf States, with light Easterly winds
rising barometer, with North-west and
Northerly winds and falling temperature
in tho Middle and Eastern States. Cau?
tionary signals continuo this evening at
Now York, Now London, Boston and
The Supremo Court has dissolved the
injnnction restraining tho board of pub?
lic works under tho law of the Territoriiii
Logislnturo from assessing $4,000,000
upon property for improvements. Thc
Court stood 3 to 2.
ST. Louis, November ll.-Further
advices of tho accident on tho North Pa?
cific, stato that only two wcro killed out?
right, and twenty or thirty wounded
NEW YOIIK, November ll.-Tho ru
1 mored burying of tho hatchot by Fen
ton and Murphy is incorrect. They mot
at tho house of a mutual friend and ex?
changed tho usual courtesies, but no?
thing of political significance.
Tho steamer Calabria took $250,000.
Tho Russian fleet is off the highlands.
PiiiLAbELPniA, November ll.-The
Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad has
been lensed to tho Pennsylvania Central
Railroad. This gives the Pennsylvania
Central 498 miles of road in New York,
besides GOO miles of canal, soveral ferries
and the Delaware bridge.
QEO. T. JACKSON & CO., Proprietors.
WE have no Agenta. Any oidcrs sent di?
rect to tho Mille will receive- prompt attention.
Wo guarantee ovory barrel of FLOUR frosh
ground. In addition to our flour, wo grind
and keep constantly on hand fresh MEAL,
GRI8T and COW FEED. Nov 12 2mo
AWHITE WOMAN to cook (with stove)
and do gonoral houao-work in a family in
tho country. Wagoe $15 per month, with
board. References required. Apply by lotter
to W., Kingvillo 1?. O-, ?. G. Nov ll 3_
A LARGE stock of fashionable
light CAR Ul AG EH. Trices low, at
W. K. GREENFIELDS
CarrlaRO Repository, ooruor Assembly and
Lady streets. No
7?aKno??l ?nd C?Uixaerc?Ki.*~
Jfsf Yoax, .tfovembeV ll~Npbn.
Flour anohang?a*. Wheat steady. Oom
alet'and unchanged. Pork quiet, at
3.00. Lard dall. Cotton quiet and
??.?-?j - MM- ?**7y ? v? loou? A , sates
4,400 balea. Freights quiet. stocks
strong bat dall. Governments dall but
steady. Money quiet, at 5. Gold steady,
at ll)ft. E sob OD go-long 8%; abort
CJ%. The net receipts of cotton ia 1871, j
from September 1, were 077,631 bales;
total exports 215,283?Jor the same time
in 1870 th?y wore 8T5,13S? etook ftt ft!!
United States ports 302,882; ia 1870, it
waa 817,076; stook at interior towns
61,650, while in 1870, it was 52,169; stock
at Liverpool 497,000, while in 1870, it
was 438.000; American cotton afloat for
Great Britain 83,000; in 1870, it was
7 P. M.-The bank statement shows
loans have increased nearly 82,750,000;
specie increased $1,000,000; deposits in?
creased over 86,250,000; legal tender, in?
creased 82,000,000. Cotton quiet and
wook, sales 2,836 balea-uplands 18><;
Orleans 19%. Floor dull and unchanged
-common to fair extra 6.80?7.50; good
to ohoico 7.55(3/9.25. Whiskey firmer,
at 91. Wheat irrogulur, and l(3j2o.
higher-winter rod Western email@example.com.
Corn heavy, and lc. lower, with a mode?
rate export aud home domaud, nt
77;?@78. Rice 7%@8>^. Pork firm?
er- firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard dosed dull
kettle 10. Freights quiet. Sales of
ootton for futuro delivery to-day 5,800
bales, ns follows: November, 18 15-16(2)
18 116 ; December, I8.J-4; January,
18 7-lG@18j?? ; February, 18 11-16 ;
March, 19(a)18 15-1G. Mouey easy, at
5. Sterling uuchangod. Gold steady,
at ll^(n}ll);i. Governments steady
62's 11>4. ?tuteageuerally steady-Ten?
nessee's strong. North Carolina's firm.
Tennessee's 67; new 66J?". Virginia's
60; new 63. Louisiana's 65; now 56;
levees 63; S's 75. Alabnma's 98; 5*8 65.
Georgia's 68; 7's 66. North Carolina's
37; now 19. ??outh Carolina's 7U; new
BALTIMOIU-:, November ll.-Flour dull.
Wheat quiet aud firm-Ohio and Indiana
16.0U. Corn firm-yellow 70. Provi?
sions iiuchtiugud. Whiskey 92).i. Cot?
ton steady mid in fuir demand-middling
18^4 ; receipts 527 bales; sales 495; stock
AUGUSTA, November ll.-Cotton quiet
-middling 17; receipts 900; sales 800.
MOBILE, November ll.-Cotton in fair
demand-middling 17}-.<; receipts 2,377;
exports 1,961; salee 1,500; stock 26,214.
GALVESTON, November ll.-Cotton
dull-good ordinary 15>?; receipts 521;
exports 28; sales 112; stock 33,275 bales.
SAVANNAH, November ll.-Cotton
in good demand-middling 17^@17^a?
receipts 3,130 bales; exports 3,770; sales
1,535; stock 55,149.
CHARLESTON, November ll.-Cotton
quiet-middlings 17>?(a)17%; exports 1
2.332 bales; sales 200; stock 24,217.
BOSTON, November ll.-Cotton quiot- I
middling 19; receipts 550 bales; eulea,
250; stook 7,000.
WILMINGTON, November ll.-Cotton
quiet-middling 17}a ; receipts 283 bales;
exports 120; sales 36; stunk 2,830.
NEW ORLEANS, November ll.-Bacon
easier, at 8}4(?i?/?- Coffee easier aud
very little selling-fair 18J4@\8%;
goodl8%(ojl9K; prime 19?.i(a;20. Cot?
ton quiot-middling 17%@18; receipts
3,360 bales; sales 2,900; stock 86,560.
LONDON, November ll-Noon.-Con?
sols 93?^. Bonds 91%.
PARIS, November ll.-Pentes 57f. 10c.
LIVERPOOL, November ll-Noon.
Cotton quiet and steady-uplands 9^oi
Orleans.9%@9%; salea 10,000 bales; ex?
port aud sp?culation 3.000.
PARIS, November ll.-Pentes closed
at 56f. 95o.
O. M. THOMPSON dc CO..
UAH on hand the
largest, most fash?
ionably atv li th, da
_arabio and cheapest'
stock of ItuOTS and SHOES in the State All
A complete assortmuut of dent's. Boys' and
Children's ll ATS and CAPS. Nov 5 .Imo
A LOT of Ano Kentucky A
IV^ MULES ami HOUSES, just ar-/YJ?i
???J rived. Call at LSJOL
-M Br. DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On Assembly street.
lt. C. Bulvan. DAVIH JONES.
FOR THE WEEK
A beautiful collection of DBESS OOODS.
An clemant assortment of FURS.
A suporb .ot of SHAWLS and CLOAKS.
Brilliant stock of CARPETS AND OIL?
Magnificent collection of MILLINERY.
Uniquo and fashionable II Al H GOODS, of
every uiud. (Parepa llosa Curl, new.)
Valuable collection or ORNAMENTAL
Ohoico and protty TOILET ARTICLES and
Tho best KID GLOVE and HOSIERY de
Magnificent stock hand made BOOTS and
Elegant and stylish HATS and CAPS.
Tho best stock of UMBRELLAS in tho
Magnificent Art Gallery. Public invitod to
The host WHOLESALE STOCK SOUTH, on
our third floor.
Makin? a grand total or the LARGEST, tho
HANDSOMEST, tho CHEAPEST and BEST
COMBINATION ol GOODS in tho United
States, of tho kind, under roof.
Nov 7 R. C. SHIVER & CO.
Toys, Candies, &c.
TOYS or au kinds and descriptions, plain
and fancy Candies, Nuts, Lemons, Figs,
Ji Hies and Canned Fruits.
l'rcad, Cakes and Bolls, frtsh every morn?
ing, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nev 7 ggjggUaiu street.
toioae or tho Stute FA Ir.
The animal fair of tho Agricultural
and Mechanical Association of South
Carolina, whiob has bes? held in this
city sises Mou?aj mat, came to a oloao
yesterday evening. The day was exceed*
ingly pleasant, and many visitors were
attracted to the grounds to take one
more look at the sight, and to witness
tho races and the distribution of the
The first race was a haif-miie dash,
$500 a side, between Kendrick, entered
by J. Crawford, and Belle of York, by
Fludd. The latter horeo won the race
time, 53 seconde. Tho second race, a
half-mile dash, saddle horses. There
were three horses entered-Gentle An?
nie, by H. Brown, bay horse, by Boyce
Sc Pettingiii, and gray horne, by Fludd.
The race was won by Gentle Annie
time, LOG,1 ?. The third race-a matoh
race for $200 a side, half mile, between
Tolbert's horse Lexington and Harper's
horse. The race waa won by the former
There will be a matoh race on Monday,
for $1,000 a side, which will doubtless
attract large numbers of those who take
pleasure in such sport.
Tho gross receipts at thc Bazaar by the
patriotio and self-sacrificing ladies who
conducted its affairs so ably and satis?
factorily, were about $1,010. Oat of
this, certain expenses will have to be
poid for oysters, poultry, and other sup?
plies; but it is confidently believed that
the actual amount cleared by the Bazaar
will not fall much short o? $700. The
ladies deserve great praise for the man?
ner in which they have conducted this
Wo were mistaken when wo said that
our old friend, Gravely, of Charleston,
WOB not represented at tho fair; for we
hud, on closer examination, that, with
his accustomed euorgy and eye to busi?
ness, ho has no less than eighteen eli UV r
out agricultural implements on exhibi?
A number of bonds of cattle and some
horses changed hands at auction, yester?
day, but thc prices realized for cattle
were not very high.
Much interest ffus manifested in tho
distribution of prizes, which kept the
members of thc Executive Committee
busy for several hours. From all we
could learn, there seemed to be pretty
general satisfaction expressed with the
di lieront awards. It is impossible to
please all, particularly where there aro so
many superior articles, and some must
expect to be disappointed. Let not this
discourage them, however, but let it
serve as an incentive to do a little better
next time, so as to be sure of the prize.
The following aro the receipts ut the
gato each day: November 4, $46; 6,
$248; 7, $847; 8, $1,457; 9, $1,135; 10,
$752; ll, $372. Total, 84.857. In addi?
tion to this, were the receipts fot entries,
rent of portions of the grounds for
shows, ?fcc. ; so that there is every reason
to hope that the ontire receipts will more
than equal tho expenses. It is the una?
nimous opinion of all, that this has
been tho most successful fair held in this
State since the war-particularly when
we take into consideration tho present
unsettled condition of niue of the Coun?
ties of tho State, which are among the
best contributors every year, but which
this year have boon enabled to do but
little. We sincerely hope that ere
i another year rolls around, penco will he
declared between the United States of
America and the sovereign Stato of
South Carolina, and we will be permit?
ted to livo quietly and at peaco with all
At 12 o'clock, permission was given for
the removal of goods, and for the balanco
of the day, wagons were busily occupied
in transporting all kiuds of goods, wares
and cattle from tho fair grounds to the
owners' residences, or the railroad do
pots for transportation to u distance.
Thus the fair has come to a close. It
hus boen one continued success from tho
commencement to the dose. Nothing
has occurred to mar the harmony or
cause nu unkind word, and all who have
visited Columbia during tho wonk will
return to their homes well pleased with
their visit, and with a determination,
should their lives be spared, to com?
agaiu next year and bring everybody
oise ulong with them they cnn.
Columbia has been n gay place, day
and night, for tho past week. Tho hotels
wore all filled to their utmost capacity,
and the private boarding houses also.
This has fully demonstrated tho necessi?
ty of more hotel accommodations, which
will, no doubt, bo forthcoming before
the next Stato fair assembles.
Au inquisitive friend, who is alway:,
prying into such matters, says there were
twenty-one happy brides in the city dur?
ing fair week, and ho is fully convinced,
from tho ardent attention bestowed upon
tho fair ladies by the young men, and
tho many little flirtations which were to
bo seen on every hand, that there is
every prospect of tho number being
much increased by tho next fair. May
II?B predictions bo verified.
On Saturday cvoniug last a detach?
ment of tho urnv operating in this
county returned to town, bringing with
them eleven captured citizens from the
Thickoty section of this county. On
Sunday evening another detachment re?
turned with twenty-two citizens from
tho Back Creek section. All theso peo?
ple were captured nt their homos, while
peacefully engaged in their daily pur?
suits, or taken from thoir buds nt night.
Mules and Horses.
I HAVE juat received a
HB| car load ol Uno ntoek - TV__
mXtTf and MULES- 2AU?TN
HOIOO or which will be on exhibition j I ? J
at tho Fair ll ron nels. Persons in want ot
really fine animals aro requested te cxamiuo
eithcr on thc grounds or ut Logan's Stables.
Nov H_J. M. TOLBEHT.
01.I>|HANK. JU til.S anil MH I11.ATED
c ii ll il KN cv bought and sold bv
Nov 23 Gmo D. GAMbRILL. broker.
yt. D/AVOTB"."*"* "" *"BrH. UoOEfK&T.
V"V TkT MT y~v -a-r irv ? ..arr
ON JVlu 1VJU A JL ,
AK ENTIBE HEW STOCK OF
NEEDLE WORK SETS,
DUCHESS LACE COLLARS,
POINT LACE COLLARS.
Roman Sash Ribbons,
IX KEW DESIGNS.
IN NEW COLOBS AID ALL VABIETIE8.
WE carry a big a took of FLANNELS and
Blankets, Joans and Tweeds, Cassi
meres and Cloths.
The Shawl and Cloak Department exhibits
all the newest Btyles ont.
In FURS, wo are showing some styles wbioh
are not to be fonnd elsewhere.
The stook of Carpets, Bags, Oil-Cloths, Ac,
cannot be excelled.
Onr goods are all seleoted from the best
make?. We guarantee all gooda we sell, de
business on tho ono prioe system, and allow
nu house to "undersell us."
Nov 5_W. D. LOYE A CO.
Black & Waring,
(Successors of H. E. Nichols <? Co. and of\
Cash <fc Waring,) ,
General Insurance Agents,
CULUHID?A, 8. c.
REPRESENT the following well-establiehed
and most rclioblo Companies:
HAUTFOBD INSUBANOE COMPANY, or?
ganized 1810. AH nets over S 1.500.000.
NORTH BBIT18H AND MEKOANTILE IN?
SURANCE CO., organized 1809. Assets over
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO., organ?
ized 1852. Assets over $2.000.000.
GEORGIA HOME INhUUANCE CO., organ?
ized 1859. As eta uv.fr $750,000.
AN BKS INKUKANOE CO., organizod 1870.
BOUl'HKllN LIFE INSURANCE CO., or?
ganized 18CG. Asset? over $1,200,000.
Thc reputation which these Companies1
have established for promptness, solidity and
morthis tho boat guarantee of security and
Bo sure to ius?re with
Nov 4 Imo BLACK A WABING.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
1 INFORM my friends and
5>*>Z public in genoral that I have
?*C->*~Sj^ just returned from the North,
r ? ?and am now prepared to fur?
nish all in want of GUNS, Rifles and Repeat- ]
era, nf latest styles and beat qualities, Am?
munition and Sportsmen's Apparatus, of all
kinda and descriptions, at redaood prices.
BEPAIBING done at short notice.
Nov 3_P. W. KRAFT. Main atreet.
J. II. & M. L, KINABDS'
FOR FAIR WEEK.
This old and eetabliahed house is ?till in
oxistonce, and prepared now, as in days gone
by, to supply their patrons with everything
desirable in the
DRY GOODS LINE.
Wo have a most complote andvariod assort-1
mont in every Department, the entire Stock
hoing selected 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 hy giving as a call.
Wo guarantee to supply every reasonable j
? ant iu tho Dry Goods line, and at prices that
J. H. it M. L. KINARD,
Nov 7 One door South Columbia Huted.
Room for All!
DoN'T leave the city before yon call at
C. F. JACKSON'S
Dry Gooda Establishment and get some of
his many good
Look to your interest. .Main ?treot, next to
Agnew St Son. Nov 5
PIANO FORTE AGENCY.
WM. II. ORCHARD,
Professor of Music,!
laving detormiued to ]_
resumo Teaching, is now pre?
pared io take pupils un the Piano, Organ
and Guitar; also, in Vocal Music Having for
over TniBTY YEAHS had chargo of tho Mnsical
Departments in tho first Female Colleges
ana Schools of thc Stato, ho deems it unne?
cessary to maleo any other reference to his
qualifications as a Teacher.
Tho arrangements ho has made with seve?
ral of tho most eclobratod Piano-makers, will
enahlo him to offer Instruments of tho very
first olass at prices that defy competition.
Specimen Pianos daily expected. Those in
want of Instruments superior to any ever
offered for sale in this market, will do well to
oxaminn before purchasing elsewhere.
PIANO FORTES, MELODEON8, Ac
Tuned and repaired in tho MOST PEIIFKCT
II A J. N KU and on reasonable tormB.
Apply at bia residence, corner of Bull and .
Richland streets, or at the bookstore of |
Messrs. DuiHo A Chapman. PfLVJL
-tl /"v s\ s^i FEET LUMBER. Par-,
J^VJUU ties can be supplied at
rottsonahlo rates hy applying to
Hept a J' 'UN E. GYLES, at HODO'S Htoro.
Barley ! Barley !
PLANTERS can have SEED BARLEY at
$1.25 per hu? h ul. 'forms oash.
Sept 22 JOHN O. HF.KOFHS.
Variety Bale, ~
BY JACOB LE VIH.
TUESDAY MORNING next. 14 th ina tant. at
10 o'clock, I will sell, before my store: -
Soda Crackers, Ac.
A variety of Household FURNITURE, Cook?
ing Stoves, Safes, Ac.
On acsount of shipper, fifty sacks CORN,
Salo without reserve. Nov 12
Sale of City Lot, on account and risk of J or
BT JACOB LEVIN.
On the first MONDAY in December next,
1 will sell, before the Court House, at IO
o'clock, on account and risk of former pur?
That vacant LOT. on Henderson street,
near Gervais, being 52 feet front, by 208 deep;
bounded on the South by estate of Howell,
and North by Ons. Cooper.
TERMS OF SALS.-Cash. Purchasers to pay
for Btampa and papers._Nov 12 m4
A LIBERAL TRANSLATION
VERY BEST AND CHEAPEST
A HT I ci. KS IN TBS
DRY GOODS LINE
"\ITE have just returned from the North
TY (th3 second time this fall) with the
largest and best lino of DRY GOODS we over
have had the pleasure of offering to thiB mar?
ket. Every department is crammed fall of
choice gooda of every stvlo, kind and variety.
A big stock of DRESS GOODS and Mens'
Wear-they aro in store and must be sold.
Aleo, Furs, Cloaks, Shawls, Flannels, Skirts,
Blankets, Table Linen and Domestic Goods of
all kinds. Notions-a large, very large stock.
EVIDENCE -Our friends tell cs every day
that we sell tho best and cheapest goods in
the city; and, aa wo keep no flash goods, but
do business in a plain, straightforward way,
it will be to your interest to purchase your
Nov 2_PORTER & STEELE.
NEW STATIONERY HOUSE,
E. R. STOKES
HAS just opened, in the new and handsome
budding immediately opposite the PH??
NIX office, on Main street, a complete stock of
Comprising Letter, Cap and Note Paper, of
ab sizes, qualities and of every description;
Flat Papers of Cap, Demy, Double-Cap, Me?
dium, Royal, Supor-Royal, and Imperial sizes,
which will be sold in any quantity, or manu?
factured into Blank Books of any size, and
ruled to any pattern, and bound in any style,
at short notice.
In endless variety-all sizes, colors and quali?
Of every variety, Memorandum and Paas
Books, Pocket Rooks, Invoice and Letter
Books, Receipt Books, Noto Books.
ARCHITECTS and DRAUGHTSMEN will
find a complete stock ot materials for their
uso. Drawing Paper, ic thooto and roUs,
Bristol Boards, Postal Paper and Boards. Oil
Paper, Pencils, Wr.ter Colors, in cakes and
boxes, Brushes, Crayons, Drawing Pens.
Of every doecription; a great vrrioty of conve?
nient and useful articles for both Teachers and
Photograph Albums, Writing Desks, Port?
folios, Cabas, with boxes, and a conntleee
Also, a moat elegant stock of Gold Pens and
Pencil Cases, superbly-mounted Rubber
Rlack, Bine, Violet and Carmine, Indelible
and Copying: Mucilage: Chess und Backgam?
mon Men i nd Boards; Visiting and Wedding
Cards, and everything usually kept in a
FIRST CLASS STATIONERY HOUSE,
Which the I'ropriotor intends this shall be.
He wilt still conduct his BINDERY and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY and PAPER
RULING ESTABLISHMENT, which baa becu
in successful operation for over thirty years in
this ?State, and to which ho will continue to
devote his own personal attention His steck
will be kept up full and complete, and his
prices will be found always rcaaouable, and
ne hopes to have a share of patronage.
E. R. STOKES, Main street.
Nov fi Opposite PHOENIX Ofilee.
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
I ll AVE on hand a select
stock of WATCHES. JEWEL
_\\\Y, CLOCKS, SILVER and PLATED
WAltE, which 1 will diHDose of at moat rea?
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to snit
REPAIRING in my line done promptly and
.n good terms.
AU articles and work warranted to be as
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
2d door below Pnozxix office, M ain street.
Get the Best I
MY lino of WATOBE8 is
now full and complete, and
_htho public may aepend on
get mic the best at the lowest possible figures,
as my facilities are such t ii afc-I defy competi?
tion from any ma rl:ot. '. '
I have also in store and constantly arriving
all tho nowoet styles of Ladies' Sots, in Dia?
mond, Coral, Cameo, Etruscan, Gold, .let, Ac;
-|.nlI.. i. nL.i.j T> - ..I.in nv..~.
etu^aui uODifjus i~i uiinino, mm.tnv.e| xjun. .110,
Lockets, Ao.; the latest and most beautiful
patterns in solid Silver and heavy Plated
Ware- Goods suited for bridal, holiday aud
othor proser tat ions.
Repairing in all branches, by tho beet work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oot 13 Colombia Hotel Row.