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necessary maternal foi-whaudsomo carde,
bill heads. poate^paia^^.Tiand-bitlB,
circulars^ and other printing that may h?
desired, os any office in the South. Give
us a call and tes?, our work.
Gov. Scott has appointed W. B. Mo
Kellar Cou o ty Commissioner fort Abbe?
ville County; Wr?: M. MoDp'nald Trial
Justice for . Chester County, vive J. J.
Hem phill, reaign ed.
Alderman Miuort's little nag ?'Mike"
died yesterday. It wan found, upon ex?
amination, that bia In n ga were affected
aa well aa b?B;loi?B. ft fh%v ..
The'salo' di or?ckeryadvertised, to take
placo thia morning,' jp Charleston, by
Met?rs.'John G. Milner <fc Co., hosjneen
stopped-the-good* having been, with
draw* , : : ' '
At tho regular annual rueetiug of tue
Barna Club, heidi at McKenzie's edloou,
Nevembor 14, thc following o'Slc^.? were
oieoted to serve for the ensiling year?
Geo. Sytu mers, President; E. Hope; Vice
Pr?sident; W: Ki Greenfleld?Secretary;
John James, Treasurer. Executive Com?
mittee: S. W. Melton, Geo. Shields, A.
Oliver, rim MoDoogal, R. King, P.
Tbe non-appearance of Prince Alexis
ia growing perplexing, so much so os to
warrant doubts bf bia existence. Cer?
tain it is that the Russian fleet is any?
thing but flitf-fc in bearing tbe youthful
Oosar on bia voyage; ?tft? the delay, en?
gendering an. .'agony of expeotanoy, is a
cruel Add. unpardonable one with tb OHO
delicito croftv?rc3. the 'Kew Turk aristo
oraoy, who, like "lilies of the valley, 4h\l
not, neither do they spiu." One thing
ia certain, Alexia may exist, but ho ia no
Lira, THE SKEPTICAL, BB CONTCNOED.- |
After a minute's examination by a spe?
cial committee, nt tho Sooth Carolina |
State Fair, 4671, tbe highest premium
Waa awarded tp the Wheeler & Wilson
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-Tho Northern
?ail opens at 3.00 P. M.; closes 7.15
A. M. Charleston day mail openB 4.(JU
P. H.; closes 6.00 Ai- M. Charleston
night mail opens 6.80 A. M. ; closes 'fl: 00
P. M. Greenville mail open a . 6.45 P.
M.; closes 6.00 A. M. Western, mail
opens 9.00 A. M.; closes 1.30 P. M. On
Sunday office open from 8 to 4 P. M.
LIST OF Nsw AD VERT?S KMKNTS
Steele's Hat Hall. Charleston.
' Homo Shuttle Sewing Machine.
P. Cantwell-Premium Floor.
W. B. Stanley-Gas Fixtures.
-: Bargains at C. F. Jackson's.
Singer Sowing Maohine.
HOTEL ABBTVAIJS, November 15 -
Central Hotel-J. W. James, Misses O,
and V. James, Union; G. W. Speers, J.
F. Oxnor, E. C. Briggs, Newberry; J
O. F. Sims, W. H. Leigh. Richland; S.
Land, city; J. K. Babb, Alston i A. Josse?
lyn Poca tal ago; W. 8. Durham, B. E.
Lyles, Fairfield,;.W.. Of Welboru, J. B.
Wilborn, L. P. Cox, Williamston; H.
M. Gilbert, J. E. Britton, Charleston
P. L. Wright, M. B. Johnson, Augusta
S, F. McGregor, city; J. Bullard, Glenn
SpriDg; C. W.' Rice, Greenville; W. B.
Nesbit, N. C. ; W. C. Meredith, Cokes
bury; B. M. B, Halley, wife, eon and
daughter, Mrs.'O'Neal, Alston; W. B.
Weldon; G: Weldon, Ga.; J. 0. Rion
arda, S. O. ,
Nickereon ,House-T!, Steers, B. R. R.
R.; T. P. Lide, Jr., Darlington: T. N.
Broughton, E. E. Dickson, Charleston;
Mrs. La Po i nt, Sumter; J. W. Harrison,
Anderson; G. 0. Hawkins, S. C.; Miss
Mary Gibbs; R. T. Hester, Baltimore: J.
T. Willford; H. A. Smith; Mrs. Pratber,
Miss Ada Prather, Due West; H. J.
Conny, H. O. Conny, New York; N.
Walker, S. O.
Columbia Hotel-W. Dudley, S. J.
Coate, Charleston; Y. J. Pope, Newber?
ry; R. H. Snlteran, Richmond; O. M.
Sadler, 8. C.; H. W. High, N. C.; Addi?
son Hill, Jr., Boston; W. H. Evans,/Tu
gadoo; J. Birnie, E. T. Bniat, Green?
ville; J. W. Simpson, J. A. Leland, Lau?
rens; S. MoBee, Lincolnton; L. W.
Springs and wife, N. 0.
OFFICIAL, RAFFLE N UMBERS Charleston Chari?
table Association, for benefit Free Behool fund:
RAFFLE CLASH NO. 203 -Morning. November 15
Witness my band at Columbia, this 15th day
of November, 1871. FENN PECK.
Nov 16_Sworn Oommisaionor.
At the residence of Mr. J. C. Farrar,Union '
County, 8. G., on the 14th instant, by the Rev.
Mr. McCullough, Mr. L. W. SPRINGS to Mies
LOTTIE B. BOBO.
Hats and Furs.
flBa THE grand opening at Steele's
fsgg "Hat-Hall," No. 313 King street,
JDwH Charleston, S. C., takes place on
??^^ NOVEMBER 15. A great display of
Men's and Youths' new stylo Dress Hate.
Prices, 50 cents to $5. Ladies* grand opening
of Furs, viz: Muffs, Tippets, Capos, Collara
$1.60 to $80:_ Nov 16 th2_
THE now improved HOME SHUTTLE
(Lock dlitoh) SEWTNQ MACHINE, stitch
alike on both sides, can only be obtained at
C. D. EBEHHARDx'S, oppoBito Columbia Ho?
tel. Call and see bofore purchasing olsewhero
Prices from $25 to $75 _ Nov 1(5 1?
IHAVE for sale, by tho barrel or hag. Camp
8on Mills FLOUR, for which the premium
w*? ?warded at our late rtl?iu Fair.
PEARL ORIST ana MEAL, alwava froBh.
Nov 16 1 P. CANTWELL.
800 poonda to the o li i ?dren of Dr. Li vin g
8tone. .the Airioan explorer. . : . . A
Los?o?,, Noveaaue? 15.-The steamer
Gi ty of Brooklyn run do wn the steamer
Ida iii the Mersey. Th? ofBoer of the Ida
. Amttlcia lntelllaeac*.
RAILROAD ACCIDENTS--A^iSBICAN TV"O??N'S
CONVENTION-SHEDS FOB THB SOUTH
CONFESSION OF MURDER-OUOLERA
DEATHS-DAMAGES BX' " ' THB O ALB
EARTHQUAKES, FIB ES, AO., AO.
ATLANTA, November 14.-The Legisla?
ture, to-day, elected by aa overwhelming
majority' Hon. Thomas M. Norwood,
moderate Democrat, of Savannah, Qa.,
Uuited States Senator.
Nsw YORK, November 14.-Two cara,
with 100 passengers, ran off the traok of
the Hodson River Boad at Spnyten Duy
vil Bridge, this morning, stopping with?
in a few inches of the edge of the banks.
- The Board of Aldermen organized ae
County canvassers to proceed to conni
the votes. Several protests were received
and referred to committees.
The Health Board feel no uneasiness
about the cholera, bat profess to have
fears relative to the small-pox; bat only
eight new oases appeared in the whole
oity since Saturday.
A new point was bronght up to-day ir
the Riverside Park case-that all State
laws allowing commissioners to assess
damages are void under the fonrteentt
amendment of the National Constitution.
Defendants claiming awards must b<
made by jnry.
Wm. M. Tweed advanced $10.000 tc
pay pipe laborers to-day.
BOSTON, November 14.-The Amerioat
Woman's Association hold their thirc
annual meetiug in Philadelphia, on tb*
21st aud 22d November.
CHARLESTON, November 14.-A ben vi
gale last' night and thia morning pre
vailed. In the movement of shippinj
uo serious dumuge was done at this point
but there were uo arrivals or departures
WASHINGTON, November 15.-Thi
Agricultural Department is preparin)
seeds seasonable for the South. A sup
ply may be obtained by application t
the agents of the department or througl
members of Congress. The distributio:
is gratuitous, but the department want
some guarantee that the seed will not b
LOUISVILLE, November 15.- A part
of citizens of Heury ville, Indiana, put
rope around tho neck of a negro an
frightened him into a confession of tb
murder of the Park family. With tw
negro accomplices, he planned the mm
der, believing that Park had $500 c
8600 of church money. They got $141
Th<- three are in jail at Jefferson vi) le.
Nsw YORK, November 15.-A Cubai
name unknown, threw a pail of filth i
the face of the editor of tb? Spania
paper, Chronista, near Exchange Plac?
NASHVILLE, November 15.-An c
well, thirty, miles from Nashville, Hov
100 gallons a day.
A railroad car ran into a street ca
Two persons were fatally and six set
ously hart. The driver of the car hi
disappeared. It is a case of carelessne
on the part of tho crossing keeper, wi
has also disappeared.
ST. LOUIS, November 15.-A party
practical bridge builders propose
bridge the Mississippi at Curondol
within two years, at a coat of $2,000,00
Three railroad companies are oonsidt
iog the proposition.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 15.-Lc
iug, who was murdered on Sunday, wi
others, in a stupe, in Arizona, was
popular author and journalist, who w
on his way East, intending to lectn
against Collier's Indian policy.
Legal technicalities will postpone t
decision of Mrs. Fair's case until Jan
Nsw OBLE ANS, November 15. -
Grant Parish, the Eu Klux were se
before tho Federal Court, though Co
missioner Miller had grave doubts as
The city administration rescind
their resolution creating a paid fire <
partaient A contract will probably
made with the Firemen's Charitable J
sooiation, at $140,000 per year, for I
NEW YORK, November 15.-Six n
oases of oholera at quarantine, inoladi
the surgeon of the steamer Franki
I Two fatal.
Tjhe storm ceased at daylight. It i
the severest for years. Trees, awnii
and chimneys were blown down. 1
tfide ww Hnusually high. The gale i
directly from the South-east, and was
the rate of sixty-three miles an he
Many wrecks on Long Island are api
'Gol. R. G. Stone, editor of the Pla
barg Republican, is dead; aged si:
Paaama dates to the 2d state that
steamship Venezuela was seriously
maged by fire. Capt. Cradock, of
steamship Guatamala, was killed b
mutinons sailor. Archbishop Pinol
the Bishop of Guatamala were expo
from Guatamala for meddling with
late revolution. Heavy earthquakes
Peru on tho 5th of Ootober. G
panio. The towns of Pica and Ma
wurc destroyed. A fire succeeded
earthquakes ut Pica. Tho Chun]
Pantheon, eighteen houses and the i
on the river at Puruapasia woredostro;
A few liven war? lost. Tho English !
Weekford was lost off Cape Horn,
sinull-pox is spreading in Chili, and
broken out um un g tho troops of Bm
WASHINGTON, November 15 -Ger
Allen, Adjutant-General of Alabama,
heou successful iu obtaining arms
that State. The arms are of uppn
^Ittoted *h a|fc ^^^S^^^^^^^l
th roogh \lou%e^S-T^iJ^!i^briSS
Southerly! ?I ods \ andi Cloudy fAi bel
will probably prevail qb Thursday Ii ort
aaa west of Missouri, preceding en n**
of low presaure ?n Monten?; falling bi
rometer in tbe Mississippi Valley, witta
clear and pleasant weather in the Sooth' i
oro and Golf States, with light' winde;
diminishing winds on Likes Michigan '
and Superior, veering to the South-east.
The North-west gale On Lake Erie will
aubside very generally to-night; that on
Lake Ontario will subside by Thursday j
noon. Tbe area of lowest pressure will I
move into Maine, with continued North-1
weat gales from New Jersey, to. Massa?
chusetts, and Easterly gales oh tho coast j
of Maine, followed by a calm at mid?
night and high winds on Tbnrsday from
the North a.id West. Cautionary sig?
nals will oontinue at Norfolk, Capo May,
Baltimore, New York, New London,
Boston, Portland, Oswego, Buffalo and
Louis H. Mayor has been appointed
Assessor of the First Alabama District.
CcKVPT.?vr)j. OHIO, November 15.
Considerable damage from tbe North?
east gale. Tho scow Williams foundered,
drowning the cock and sailor.
DEATH.-On Friday lost this commu?
nity sustained the loss by death of Mrs.
Helen O'Neal], relict of the late lament?
ed Chief Justice John Belton O'Neal 1.
Mrs. O'Neall had been in delicate health
from early life, yet abe survived all the
friends of her youth, and has gone down
to the grave beloved by all, in the
seventy-fourth year of her age.
SHOOTING AFFRAY.-We nro informed
that a difficulty occurred between Mr.
Bbet Moody, a sou of Maj. W. H.
Moody (about eighteen or twenty years
old) and Mr. Cude Thomas, in which the
latter was shot by the former. The shot
eotered tho right breast and inflicted a
serious, if not fatal, wound.
MUNICIPAL ELECTION.-The following
gentlemen were elected on Tuesday last,
the 7th, to fill the offices of Intendant
and Wardens of Newberry, for the enan
ingyear: For Io tendant--Jordan Pool.
For Wardens-J. B. Fellers, P. Rodlea
perger, W. T. Tarrant and Osborne
SENTENCE OF BOTTS, THE MURDERER OF
PET HALSTED.-At Newark, George
Botts, the murdererof OliverS. Habited,
Jr., was sentenced Saturday morning, by
Judge Depue, to bu hanged December
21st, between the hours of 10 and
MAIL, ROUTE OPENED.-The mail route
from this place to Mt. Willing, Edgefield
County, via Rocky Well, Drafts' Mill,
Hollow Creek and Germanville, has been
BURNED TO DEATH.-Dr. A. M. Nes?
bitt was fatally burned at a charcoal pit,
in Rowan County, recently, and last week
died from his injuries.
I Charlotte Observer.
The Savannah News records the death,
from parulysis and general debility, of
un old merchant of that city, Mr. Frede?
rick A. Tupper, in his sixty-fifth year.
There wero 35 deaths in Charleston
for the week ending tho 11th instant
whites, 19; colored, IC.
F'lna.ncln.l anil Commercial.
COLUMBIA, S. C., November 15.-Sales
of ootton, to-day, 80 bales-middling
LONDON, November 15--3 P. M.
Consols 93J?. Bonds 93%.
PARIS. November 15.-Rentes 5Gf. 22c.
LIVERPOOL, November 15-3 P. M.
Cotton opened steady-uplands 9)?; Or?
leans 9%. .
LIVERPOOL. November 15-Evening.
Cotton closed steady-uplands 9)?; Or?
leans 9%; sales 15,000 bales; speculation
and export 4,000; shipping at Charleston
or Savaunah 9%.
NEW YORE, November 15-Noon.
Floor held 10o. higher. Wheat a shade
firmer. Cora scarce and very firm.
?Pork quiet, at 13.10(?} 13.20= Lard
' steady-steam firstname.lastname@example.org. Cotton quiet
uplands 18%; Orleans \9%\ sales 1,500
bales. Freights steady. Stocks dull,
bat steady. Gold steady, at Go?
vernments steady. Exchange-long 8;
7 P. M. -Sales of futures to-day 6,900
bales, ns follows: Novomber 18 3-16; De?
cember 18^, 18 5-16, 18%, 18 9-32;
January 18>?@18 9-16; February 18%;
March 19? 18 15-16; April 19>?, 19 3 16,
19 5-16, 19J4. Cotton activo and easier;
sales 5,045 bales-uplands 18%; Orleans
19%. Flour firmer. Whiskey active, at
93>2@94. Wheat closed dull and de?
clining. Corn scarcely so firm. Rioe
quiet. Pork steady. Lard heavy
kettle 9%?10. Freights a shade firmer.
Money closed at 7, sharp. Discounts
9@9??. Sterling firm. Gold \\%(&
11%. Governments dnll and steady.
Stute transactions limited, until second
cull, whon Tennessees were very firm;
uow South Carolinas weak, but rallied at
last call to last night's prices.
NEW ORLEANS, November 15.-Cotion
strong-middling IS^ISJB'; receipts
3,025 bales; sales 1,G00; stock 93,719.
SAVANNAH, November 15.-Cotton
quiet-middling 17%; receipts 3,099
bales; sales G50; stock 59,053.
CHARLESTON, Novomber 15.-Cotton
firm-middling receipts 1,168
bulee; sales GOO.
MOBILE, November 15.-Cottou very
furn; asking higher rates-middling
17-\4'; receipts 1,718 bales; sales 1.?0U;
BALTIMORE, November 15.-Flour in
butter demand. Wheat active and firm.
Corn active-white 77@79; yellow 7u(oi
72. Provisions unchanged. Whiskey
AUGUSTA, November 15.-Cotton firm
-middling 17l:(; receipts 1,000 bales;
TFIH Ei sub scriber ha?-Josi opened an aasorU
- V -.J ' HEADING LIGHTS,
To wbioh he would ?ali the-attention of par
oh BB er 8. '- -" -*T' ?** ^W. B. STANLEY.
UovieV. . 1
G. F? JACKSON
Will offer i his week
The Best Bargains
In LACE GOLLAUS AND CUFFS,
BLANKETS AND SHAWLS.
FINE GLOVES AND HANDKERCHIEFS.
Tho DAILY RAFFLES of tho Charleston
Charitable Association take place every morn?
ing, at 10 o'clock, at thoir office, on Main
etroet, opposite tho sito of Janney's Hotel.
Native and Foreign Wines.
SOUPPERNONG, Concord, Sautem*. Cla?
ret, Champagnos, just received and for
sale low, by E. HOPE
Choice Family Flour.
A l\f\ BARRELS Extra Family, Medium
JU and Low Priced FLOUR, for sale
lowdown. E. HOI'E
600 CANARY BIRDS', direot from Ger
? m any, which will be sold choap for cash
Nov 14 8* Washington street.
In AVK openod a NEWS and PERIODICAL
DEPOT at tho stand formerly occnpiod by
Alonzo Reese, and will snpply my customers
with anything thoy may wiah in mr lino.
Givemo a call. N. G. GIBSON.
Nov ll_ G
WANTED, LABORERS to work upon tho
Colombia Canal. Apply to
S. A. PEARCE, JR.,
Agont Columbia Water Power Company.
Nov 15 4
One Puncheon Lochgilphead.
THE boBt SCOTCH WHISKEY. Dealers
can have it nearly at cost.
Nov 15 JOHN C. SEEGER8.
IAM now prepared to furnish fine NORFOLK
OYSTERS, in any quantity, to town or
couutry customers, and will guarantee them
the best that oan bo bad, and the cheapest in
the market. JOHN D. BATEMAN,
Nov 15 G At the Colombia Ice House.
FOR the winter season, I will brow all
DOUBLE STRONG BEER. Driuk
Beegers' unadulterated Double Strong Bet>r,
and yon get the worth of your money. Thia
Beer is also put up in bottles, and for sale at
$1.50 per dozen.
1 have also received a supply of tho jastly
selobrated PANCAKE-regarded the beat
Chowing Tobacco. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
A LARGE stock of faahionable
light CARRIAGES. PriceB low, at
W. K. GREENFIELD'S
Carriage Renoaitory, corner Aaaomhly and
Lady streets. No
Stovall's Excelsior Mills Flonr.
WE keep largo supplies of thia CELE
ToRATED FLOUR, whioh wo Boll at
?La> wholesale or rot ail, and warrant the
quality. J. A. HENDRIX & BRO.,
Nov ll Imo Columbia, 8. C.
BUSHELS CRANBERRIES, in fine or?
der, for sale by E. H01?E.
COTTON SEED REFINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glaaaa, pintB and
quarta. For salolow._E. HOPE._
Mules and Horses.
I HAYE juat rocoived a
iBBSt car load of line stock
BQB3EH and MULES
mm;? ol which will bo ou oxbihition
at the Fair Grounda. Persons in want of
really fine animals aro requested to examine
either on the grouuda or at Logan's Stablea.
Nov 8 J. M. TOLBERT.
KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, tor salo
low. E. HOPE.
* STORE, on M%in streot. Poaaosaion
\ given immodiately. Apply at this office.
.... A LOT of fine Kentucky A
MULES and HORSES, just ar-ZY/jfr
*T| rived. Call at /TTY
dUL DALY'S 8TABLES,
Oct 7 On Assombly street.
*L*f\tf\ OUNCES QUININE, for ealo low,
GULF bv E. H. HE1NIT8H,
Wholesale Druggist, Columbia, 8. C.
Castor Oil! Castor Oil!!
^ BBLS. Prime CASTOR OIL, for sale low,
? by E. H. HEINITBH,
Oct 20 ? Wholoealo Druggist.
To the Ladies.
??.TM .?S?SS'.-.g3S AS,' Xtmf
bent-HiTO ?. th?r Vair'of ?be
Booth Carolin* Agrio ul taral Md
Mechanical Society. She ?lao h aa
a fall supply of BONNETS. H4t?.
Ribbons. F]owar?; B?tf( Ol^aJS, asa
_ please ball and See for
ihemeejma, *O?5?rs s eli cited, FV?G?S r?
dneod. '? ' No?l4
Ar cr STA. GA. ;. . K *M
GEO. T. JACKSON & CO., Proprietors.
WE hara no Agents. Any oxders sent di'
reot to the Mills will receive prompt attention.
We guarantee every barrel'of FLOUR fresh
ground. In addition to oar floor, we grind
and koep constantly on hand fresh MEAL',
GRIST and COW FEED. Nov 12 2mo
J. fl. & H. L. K1NARUS'
FOR F?lR WEES.
This old and established house is still in
existence, and prepared now, as in days gone
by, to supply their patrons with everything
doairablo in the
DRY GOODS LINE.
Wo have a most complete and varied assort?
ment in every Department, the entire Stock
being selected with especial care to the re?
quirements of thin market. We would say to
our country friends in particular, that they
cannot do better than by giving as a call.
We guarantee to aupply every reasonable
v ant in tho Dry Goods Hoe, and at prices that
J. H. A M. L. EINABD,
Nov 7 One door South Columbia Hotel.
O.M. THOMPSON & GO..
HAS on band the
largest, moat fash?
ionable, stylish, du
_ _?rable and cheapest'
tock of BOOTS and SHOES in the State. All
A complete assortment of Gent's, Boya' and
Children's HATS and OAFS. Nov 5 3mo
Guns. Pistols, Etc.
I INFOBM my friends and
mblio in genoral that I have
Just returned from the North,
Pand am now prepared to fur?
nish all in want of GUNS, Rifles and Repost?
era, of latest styles and heat qualities, Am?
munition and Sportsmen's Apparatus, of all
kinda and descriptions, at reduced prices.
REPAIRING done at short notice.
Nov 3_P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
" ra FIO m."
A LIBERAL TRANSLATION
T BEST AND CHEAPEST
A UTI CLE S IN TUX
DRY GOODS LINE
WE have juat returned from the North
(th'> second time this fall) with the
largest and best line of DRY GOODS we ever
havo had the pleasure of offering tu thia mar?
ket. Every department it crammed full of
choice goods of overy style, kind and variety.
A big stock of DRESS GOODS and Mens'
Wear-they are in store and must be sold.
Also, Fora, Cloaks, Shawls, Flannels, Skirts,,
Blankets, Table Linen and Domestic Goode of
all kinds. Notions-a large, very large stock.
Ev m KN or. -Onr friends tell us every day
that wc sci! the best and chi pest goods in
the city; and, as wo keep no flash goods, but
do business in a plain, straightforward way,
it will be to your interest to purohase your
Nov 2_PORTER & STEELE.
Toya, Candies, &c.
TOYS of all kinds and descriptions, plain
and fancy Candies, Not*. Lemons, Figs,
Jellies and Canned Fruit*.? '
Bread, Cakes and Rolls, fresh every morn?
ing, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nov 7 Main street.
At Atlanta Fair,
For Hetti Family Machine.
At Thomafvillc Fair,
November 2, 1871,
For 7.V.1? Family Machine.
S^T^^^^^^- fertfcSg^ At the Macon Fair,
r^^^^^^^^^^ ^'i'h bu?t ami moat linc-fol
li IK-?#-^0'>0TV^?Three Si!ccr M*<ltlt
T^y^nfTn T??^^ ~w;V^7 AAVAUDED THK SINGES
\P to tne Augusta Fair,
ijp^""*** November, 1871.
EXAMINE OUR MACHINE.
II. D. HAWLEY.
Oem ral Agent for Georgia, Sooth Carolina and Florida.
W. D. Lovx. B. B. MCCBEEBY.
-.-.-'rn-.*****. " 3E?; ?
.VI? SRXM mm? atvv? vir
. Si-fy:V* -..?'?'J ritt 0?Kt
NEEDLE WO UK BETS, ?
.' M . . .< . ??.''-'li*
D U0HESS LA OE COLL A ES, ? .
POINT, j,ACE COLLARS.
Eoman Saab, Ribbon*,
TH aXW DE8IOKB.
IN UKW COLOBO AM> AIX TAEIBT?E8.
WE carry a big a tock of FL ANNE! ,8 and
Blankota, Jeans and Tweeds, Caaei
meres and Cloths.
The Shawl and Cloak Department exhibits
all the newest styles ont. - t
In FUBS, we are showing some styles which
are not to be fon nd *)?e?*h?<re
The stook of Carpets, Bogs, Oil-Cloths, Ac,
cannot be excelled.
Oar goods are all selected from the beat
makes. We guarantee all goods we sell, do
business on the one price system, and ailow
no hoase to "undersell ns."
Nov 5_ W. D. LOVE A CO.
Oolumbia Music Store.
LyBrand & Son
TAKE pleasure in calling the attention of
the public to an examination of their
?TOCK OF MUSICAL M EUC H AN DISE, con?
sisting of Pianos, Church and Parlor O ru ans,
Melodeons, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Plutos,
Accord?on*, Brass and SlWer Band Instru?
ments of all kinds. Also, Sheet MUHIO and
Instruction Books for every claas of Musical
Instruments on hand at all times. Sheet
Music sent by mail, poet paid, on receipt of
?rice; and all kinda or Musical Goods sent by
ixpress, when ordered, to any part of the
State, marked O. O. D. Good Second-hand
PianoB and Organs for sale oheap, for oaah.
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons tuned and re?
paired in a satisfactory manner; and will give
especial attention to Packing, Removing and
Shipping Pianos for other parties tc any point
desired, at moderate prices.
AU orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to those favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogue of
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Tay?
lor street, Citizens* Savings Bank Buihniug,
Columbia, 8. 0._j_ Nov,7
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION '
PIANO FORTE AGENCY.
WM. H. ORCHARD,
Professor of Muslo, I
Shaving determined to}
_'resume Teaching, is-now pre?
pared to take pupils on the Piano, Organ'
and Guitar; also, in Vocal Music Having for
over Tin BTV YEAHS liad charge of the Musical
Department? in the drat Female Collegee
and Schools of the Stat?, be deems it unne?
cessary to make any other reference to bia
qualifications as a leather.
The arrangements he has made with tare?
rai of the most celebrated Pi ano-m akers. vriU
enable him to offer Instrumenta uf the v?ry
first class 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
examine before purchasing elsewhere.
PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, Aa..
Tuned and repaired in the MOST PEBFECT
H A N N un and on reasonable terms.
Apply at his residence, corner of Hull and
Richland streets, or at the bookstore of
Messrs. Duffie A Chapman._Oct 17 '
Canned Goods! Canned Goods!
-f Rf\ CASES fresh CANNED GOODS, jost
IOU received, consisting in part ss follows
Cove and Spioed Oysters, Salmon, Lob?
sters, etc For sale by
Oot 4 JOHN AGNEW A 80N.
I TUBB Virginia Valley BUTTER,
fe 6 tubs Monntain Butter.
8 tuba fine Goshen Batter.
All nice and fresh and for sale now.
Octl_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
American Club Fish.
^ .- A DELICIOUS relish; better
and much oheaper than Sardines. For sale
-I f\f\ BOXES assorted CRACKERS.
LUU 100 boxes assorted Canned Goods.
50 boxes Snap.
60 boxos Candy.
50 boxes Candles.
200 barrels Flour.
50 barrels Wbiakey, coming in and in store,
and to which we invite the attention of the
trade._L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
1 i~\f\ DOZEN AXES.
IVJVJ ? bales Bagging.
200 bundles Arrow Tics.
20 dozon Railroad Shovels.
200 nairs Trace Chains.
Just received and for sale at lowest market
prices._L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
1 f\ HALF CHESTS assorted TEA. Though
IV" the price in market has advanced 15 per
cent , wo succeeded in getting onr August bill
duplicated, which we offer at same price as
before._.L?RICK A LOWRANOE _
Read.the Evidence and be Convinced.
Dr. E ll IleinUnh-T>K\n MB: My *ifo and
four of my children were taken with Chills
and Fover one year ago, last August, and
nfl ci exhausting tho proscriptions of Quinine
and Barks, and all other known renie iee,
wi i bout eft"'ct, I waa induced to try your
"Kl JA CHILL CURE." I am happy io say
that, after using ftvo bottles, they have tn
tirelv recovered their health. Not one of
them havo had a return or a symptom of
Chills since. Your remedy ia a specific
Yours, truly, S. W. MORRIS.
LKXINOTON, S. C.
KIN A CHILL CURE for salo only at .
Sept 27 j El H. H Kl MITCH'S Drug Store.
-|/\ BARRELS Choice New Hulled B?CK
JLU WHEAT. For salo low by
Oct 25 JOHN AGNEW A SON.