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November 0fc>& despatch
nuiji i?u^ iu?ut'r irym X'UU?UUU I QT
New York. Six of tba ?raw wore lost. _
BBHTJIN, November 21. -A discussion
io Parliament to day developed the fact
that Ahe Government oply intended to
. bo eerablmbed an a naval power of the
. y,i^HA, November 21.- The change
in tho, M??istry of the Empire and fail
Ote of Baron K?lle?aperg ro odets neoes
ou'ry tt,'r?-orgun??at??D of tho Council of
Ministers for ?uatria proper. It is pro?
bable that Prince Adolph Anorsoerg will
ht?;0ai??d to form a sew CiatSeith** Ca?
binet. !,j . i,
' NIGHT DESPATCHES.
BOMB, November 22.-A consistory
willie held Friday for the preoooisation
of bishops, when the Pope will pro?
nounce an allocation, wherein he will
declare the course he has determined to
LONDON, November 22.-Parliament
will .apon open ita session.
PESTH, November 22.-Frau cia Doak
is dangerously ill.
MADRID, November 22.-It is under?
stood that after the municipal elections,
1 Topi te and Sagosta will re-enter the
. Marine disasters are reported from all
quarters. The Egoa was wrecked off
the Iriph coast, and fl ve persons drown ed.
. The magi?t ra to? refused bail to John
Gribble. Secretary of the Total Abati
nenoe Society, who publicly accused the
Queen of intoxication.
HBAVZ SHOW . STORMS-THB NEW TOBE
*RA<JD8-SOOTH CAROLINA BONDS FO?M)
IN BROADWAY--MEXICAN EKVOWTMN
ll?' ARV AFFAIRS-RAILROAD ACCIDENTS -
"li MARINB DISASTERS-HORRIBLE GRIME.
AO . M.
7?KW?ORK, November 21.-The World]
states that the charters of several sav?
ings' banks,'owned by members of the
, ring, db hot contain provisions for the
protection of the pnblio which are found
in all charters of other savings batiks.
It is rumored that James M. Sweeney,
a brother of Peter B. Sweeney, bas fl.nl
to Europe, and that evidence Is in the
Jl??da of Charles O'Oonor of frauds by
himia qounootion with Tweed and others
f ' ?? tho Co crt. of General Sessions, this
morning, 'Judge Bedford charged the
grand jory on frauds against the city,
and suggested that tho jury send for
Charles O'Oonor to assist them in an im
mediate and rigid examination of all no?
torious frauds, without respect to per?
sons or political parties. It mattered
not that many of the alleged criminals
i have lied the. country. The law would
DENVER, COLORADO, November 21.
There is muoh wind and the snow is
eight inches deep. Bailroads are blocked
by the drifts. Another later snow storm
has added six inches.
A fire originated in a barber shop at
Kit Carson. The Kit Carson House, the
Perry House, several dry goode and gro?
cery stores, and two billiard saloons,
were burned; also, the post office. Loss
9100,000. No insurance.
MATAMOBAS, November 20.-Oeneral
Bocha, with a strong force of Govern?
ment troopB, is . marching to relieve j
Saltillo. General Querroga, the late
celebrated Imperialist chief, has joined
i the. rebels, ana commands tho lower Bio
Grande. It is rumored that Cortina has
pronounced in favor of the rebels.
NEW YORK, November 22.-Richard
De Pries tor was found laying ou Broad?
way, with $11,000 found on bis person,
and $10,000 in South Oaroliua bonds.
CHICAGO, November 22.-C. C. P.
Holden has been exonorated from the
oharge of mis-apprepriation of the
- . Fisk presented Alexis with the freedom
of all be owned on the American conti?
nent. The grand bail occurs Wednes?
day, the 29th. Alexis and suite will
arrive in Washington to-night.
Henry G. Stebbins has accepted the |
Oommissionership of Pnblio Parka.
Small-pox is raging in Trinidad and
the West Indies.
A Herald special, dated City of Mexico,
11th instant, says General-Governor
Dias is fortifying Oaxaoon and urming !
thc State troops. He refuses to publish
'the eleotion of Juarez. His formal re?
volt is momentarily expeoted. Oorango
is besieged bj the rebels. The siege of
Saltillo continues. The Government
troops gained a vio tory over Tievi noa'
SALT LAKE, November 22.-Tho trains
are tweuty-four houri behind, OD ac?
count of snow, which is three or four
feet deep. There is every indication of
a severe winter.
it ia now asserted that the metal sop
posed to be tin is oadineam. The state?
ment creates great excitement.
NEW ORLEANS, November 22.-Lien
tonant-Governor Oscar J. Dunn died,
last night, of congestion of the brain and
langs; aged fifty-one years.
NORWICH, November 22.-The steamer
City of New London, from Norwich, ia
burning in the Thames Biver. There is
reason to fear that several persons havt
NORWICH, CONN., November 22.-Th?
following persoos are known to be Josi
on the .steamer City of London: 0. li
Bogers, Wm. T. Norton,-Harrison,
-Aldrich,-Booler, Engineer Du?
gan Stewart. The City of Loudon wan
a first class boat, fall of freight from
New York for Norwiob.
CLEVELAND, November 21.-John
Ewing, a mulatto, was found dead this
morning, with bis bead horribly battered
and solderiDgiron thrust down bis throat.
The stockholders of the Pittsburg ant
Cleveland Railroad have confirmed the
lease to the Pennsylvania Central.
OMAHA, November 22.-The several
days' storm along the entire Pacific
Road has subsided. The trains are
OTTOWA, November 22 -The telegraph
is completed to Fort Garry.
CINCINNATI, November 22.-A pas?
senger train on the Indianapolis Junc?
tion Road, due here this morning, was
thrown from the traok of a broken rail.
No lives lost.
A baggage car on tbe Little Miami
Road, which left New York Monday
evening, was burned, and tbe contents,
including the mails, destroyed.
WASHINGTON, November 22.-The
eleotion is quiet. The $4,000,000 loan
was carried by a large majority.
Thos. J. Durant has been appointed
advocate for tbe United States before the
United States Spanish Commission.
Alexis came on a special train of four
oars-ono baggage, two.parlor -xnd.ono
hotel oar-all gotten up'In thc most} gor?
geous and expensive style.
SrobabUltiee- The baromet < r \v?rpro
ly rise' os Thursday on tb o la sea and
and in New England, with co d Westerly
winds and ci? ody weather, ti? I fall in
the Southern and Qnlf States, with
South-westerly winds anni rifling tem?
perature. Cloudy weather will prevail
in the iiooky Mountains, and extend,
with falling barometer and rising tem
?eratnre, into the Mieeissipni valley,
langerons winds are not anticipated for
oar ooasts thia evening.. ??
8T. THOMAS, (November ld, TIA HA?
VANA., November 22.-The captain of the
steamer Florida, now in this port, called
npon the American Consul, and de?
manded protection, stating that he was
ready to proceed to sea, but was afraid,
on account of a Spanish war steamar.
ATLANTA, November 22.-The Legis?
lature passed a biii ordo ring a guberna?
torial election, over the Governor's veto.
CHARLESTON, November 22.-fohn
Bussel, for many years, the leading pub?
lisher and bookseller of this city, diod
THE FIRST NEWSPAPER ZN AMERICA.
In Buckingham's ''Newspaper Speci?
mens," we find that the first attempt to
set np a newspaper in North Amerioa,
so far as can bo ascertained from exist?
ing records, or from tradition, was made
in Boston ia the year 1690. Only one
copy ia known to be in existence, and
this is deposited in the State paper office
in London. Number one of this paper,
and probably the only number ever pub
Itehed, is dated September 25, 1690.
Immediately on its publication, the le?
gislative authorities spoke of it as a pam
phlet, stated that it was art contrary t?
law, and contained "reflections of a verj
high nature." They strictly forbad,
"anything in print without license flrto
obtained from those appointed by the
Government to grant the same."
Small-pox is steadily iucreu-dng in tin
teueineuts io varioUH part? of Now York
city. During last week thirty-two ne?
casen were reported to the board ut
health. Aa the season advances, it it
feared that the ravuges of the disease
Deputy U. S. Marshals O. L. Casey
and-Mounts, we are informed, have
been deposed by Marshal L. E Johnson,
for the ootrages committed at Union
some time ago, under the pretense of ar?
resting Ku Klux.-Carolina Spartan.
EiiScmoN OF A PROFESSOR-Ata meet?
ing of the Board of Trustees of ' the
Charleston College, held yesterday, Pro?
fessor Henry M. Brana was elected to
till the chair of the classics in the facility
of that institution.-Charleston Netos.
The boys of a free sahool at Bryan,
Texas, tied and whipped their carpet-bag
teacher the first day. They marched
him around the room, administering the
hickory and makiug him spell baker,
decline Penna, etc. after which he left.
A little four year old being asked by
hie mother if he would not like to have
wings and be an angel, replied, "No, ma;
I'd rather be a hawk and live on chick?
STRAYED or stolen from the planta
n|ft tion, known AB tho bhlvor Place, near
^?J^Gadsden Station, a black horso
Mum., about five years ola. He ls about 13}
hands nigh, iain good conni tion and of gentle
disposition. Has a small portion of the loft
eye-lid cutoff. 125 will be paid for his de?
livery at Gadaden Station, or $50 for informa- ?
tion loading to the conviction of the part}*, if
stolen. S. E. WHITE.
Pickles, Fruits and Vegetables.
-f pr /\ DOZEN, in glass and cans, of the j
1*JU choicest kinds, as follows: English
Piocalili and Chow Chow; California Apricots
and Bartlett Pears; Pino Apples, fresh Peach?
es, Plums, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Green
Corn, Asparagus, Spanish Olives, Gapers'
Worcester Sauce, Frenoh and English Mus?
tard, Dessicated Cocoanut, Chocolate Paete.
Essence Coffee, Ac; all fresh and for Bale low
for cash. E. HOPE.
Nov 28 _
Smf\f \ BARRELS of LIME, for sale low by
?UU JOHN AGNEW A 80N.
WE have received a large supply of the
following goods, which wo are offering
at low prices:
Whole, half and quarter boxes RAISINS,
Nov 23_JOHN AGNEW A MUN.
Wilmington, Colombia & Augusta E.R.
OmoE G an EBAL FBEIOHT AND TICKET AOENT,
COLUMBIA, November 22,1871.
THE publie are ruaptotfully informed that
a Passenger and Freight Train has beeu
put npon the wilmington, Colombia and Au?
gusta Railroad, running between Columbia
and present terminus, on West sido of Wa
Leaving Terminus.8 A. M.
Arrive Columbia.9:30 A. M
Leave Columbia. 4 P. M
Arrivo To rmi o us.6:30 P. M.
fuis train will do all local business ufforiug
promptly and at low rates.
Information will be given in due time ol
opening of emirs road. A. POPE,
Gnu oral Freight and Ticket Agent
T W JONES, Local Ag-nt. N- v 234
The State of South Carolina, County ol
COURT OF COMMON PLEAB.
Moans O Mordecai, Plaintiff against R*b?ooa
'lr?c?v, .William ti. iJranm a d Gustavus
M. Wo k r. D fendants -Si??:o e.
lo tho refendants Kebeco* L, uraoay and
William B Grauey:
YOU are hereby summoned *nd r- quired to
atirwer the complaint in this aution. of
?titob a copy is herewith served upon you.
?od to servo a cop; of your answer to the
said complaint on the suoaorlbi rs, at their
offioe in Columbia, South Carolina, within
twenty dave after the servico hereof, exclu?
sive of the day of stiob service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within tho time
aforesaid, the plaintiff ia this ad ion willapplj
tu the Court for tho reiinf demanded in the
complaint. CARROLL A J A NN KY,
D. B. MILLEU, 0. O. C.
Dated October 31,1871.
To the Defendants Rebecca L. Gracey and
William lt. Gracoy:
Take notice that the complaint in this ac?
tion, together with the summons, of which
the foregoing is a copy, was filed in tho office
of the Cork of the Cnn rb of Common Pleas,
at Columbia, lo tbs County of Blohland, intbe
State of Sooth Carolina, on the 231 day of
November. 1871. CARROLL A JANNEY,
Nov 23 th6_Colombia. B.C.
1 K KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, Tor sale
J_?> low. E. HOPE.
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COLUMBIA, 8. ?., November 22.-Sale?
of cotton, to-day, 43 bales-middling
FRANKFORT, November 22.-Booda
J?ABM, November 22.-Rentes 56f. 45o.
LIVERPOOL, November 22-8 P. M.
Oottou opened firm; Mid ia now etrong
o pl ands 0>?@9%;' Orleans 9%; sales
16,000 bales; sp?culation and export
LIVERPOOL. November 22-Evening.
Cotton closed strong-uplands 9%@9%;
NEW YORK, November 22-Noon.
Sales of futures, last evening, 2,300
bales, as follows: .December 18%,
18 6-16; January 18 9-19; February
18 18-16; March 19 1-16, Stocks eteady
and strong. Governments dull. States
dall and heavy. Money 5@6. Ex
change-long 9%; short i?%. Floor
dull. Wheat a shade firmer. Corn dall
and heavy. Mess pork 12.87? 13.00.
Lard quiet. Cotton firm-uplands 18%;
Orleans 19%; sales 1,300 bales. Freights
7 P. M.-Sales of f atares to-day 1,400
bales, as follows: November 18 7-16,
18%; December 18 7-16, 18%; January
18%. 18%, 18 ll 16, 18 9-16, 18%; Fe?
bruary 1U 1-16, 18%; March 19%; April
19%, 19%. Cotton firm; sales 2.925
bafes-uplands 18%; Orleans 19%. Flour
dull and lower-common to fair extra
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Whiskey 94. Wheat holders disposed
to realize-rod wiuter Western 1 G0@
L 64. Corn closed steadier, at 79@79%.
Rice firm, at 8??@8%. Pork a shade
?rmer. Beef uini lard quiet. Freight?
tuouauged. Mon y easy, ut 663)6 Sterl
tng weak. Gold 10%(5)lU% Goveru
uioutt? dull-81a advauoed %o. ; 5 20
ieclined %o , but closing firm. 8tate?
inactive. Tenuastiees Hud new South
Carolinas very dull; Virginian strong.
iHuuessees 64%; new 64%. Virginia?.
64%; new 70. Louisianas 65; new 53;
?r-vetru 61; 8x 75 Alabama? 98; 5s 65.
iionrgius 80; 7s 86 North OaroliuuH 38;
.*w 18 b<?uth Oaroiinss 70; new 25%.
CINCINNATI, November 22 -Flour
ligher-lumily 6 75@7.O0. Corn firm
.tow 41(0)45. Pork droopiug. Kettle
lard 8%(g)8%. Bacon quiet and un?
changed-shoulders 7(3)7%. Whiskey
LOUISVILLE, November 22.-Bagging
heavy, at 15%; flax 16%. Flour and
corn quiet and firm. Pork 12.50. Shoul?
ders 7; sides 7%. Packed lard 9(a) 10.
ST. LOUIS, November 22.-Corn qniet.
Flour firm. Whiskey 89%(cj)90. Pork
13.00. Shoulders 7%; sides 7%. Lard
ii ALTIMORE, November 22. - Flonr
.ictive. Wheat steady. Corn quiet and
?rm. Others unchanged. Cotton in
fair demand-middling 18%(2)18%; re?
ceipts 704 bales; Bales 565; stock 50,000.
NEW ORLEANS, November 22.-Cotton
active and higher-middling 18%; re?
ceipts 6,048 bales; sales 6,000; stock
SAVANNAH, November 22.-Cotton
strong-middling 17% @ 18; receipts
8,088 bales; sales 1.50U; stock 63,593.
BOSTON, November 22.-Cotton quiet
and firm-middling 19%; receipts 1,740
bales; sales 400; stock 7,OOO.
CHARLESTON, November 22.-Cotton
strong-middling 18; receipts 2,268
bales; sales 800; stock 25,531.
WILMINGTON, November 22.-Cotton
quiet-middling 18; receipts 101 bales;
sales 122; stock 3,925.
NORFOLK, November 22.-Cotton
steady-low middling 17%; receipts
1,670 bales; sales 150; stock 9,561.
MOBILE, November 22.-Cotton qniet
and firm-middling 17%; receipts 821
bales; sales 1,000; stock 36,311.
GALVESTON, November 22.-Cotton
strong-good ordinary 16; receipts 1,171
bales; sales 1,350; stock 32.896.
MEMPHIS, Novemher 22.-Cotton firm
-middling 17%@17%; receipts 3,069
PHILADELPHIA, November 22.-Cotton
AUGUSTA, November 22.-Cotton
firm-middling 17%; receipts 1,100
bales; sales 1,000.
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The Best Beef,
MUTTON, Pork and Sausages,
can be obtained at Stalls S and 5,
_ tor less money than at any other
place, ny us. STARLING A POPE.
MISS CORDELIA MORDECAI announces
that her establishment, Sonth-west cor
nor of Sumtor and Lady streets, is prepared
to accommodate BOARDERS, permaneut and
transient, where the taetes and comforts of
tho most fastidious will be guaranteed.
Nov 9 limo
Newspapers, Periodicals, &c.
CALL at GIBSON'S Book and Newspaper
Depot, next door to Pollock House,
where the latest Now York, Philadelphia.
Charleston and city papers, togethor with ali
the latest Novels, bong Books, Ao., aro kept
constantly on hand. Nov 21 6
THE undersigned have formed a partner
?hip in the practice of law, under the
RIOlff Ai THOMAS,
\nd will givuc-ieful consideration and at?
tention to anj bu&lnt-e- enimsted to their
charge Office at Uanskett'e building, on
JAM EH H. Hum. JOHN P THOMAS
COLUMBIA. S C., November 16, 1871.
Nov 21 Gmo
Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Co.
' 1 ^ tl K annual meeting <>f the Btooftholder* ot
L this Company will bs held at the office,
No 61 New street, lu tho oily of New York,
\ew Kork, ??n tfOKDAY. lue ?th day o? De?
cember, 1871. at 2 o dock P. M, for the elec?
tion of officer? for the cunning year, and tor
suoti other business as may be brought before
the meeting. J. M. COLLING Vt OOD,
Toys, Candies, &c.
TOYS of all kiuds and dssorlptions, plain
and fancy Candies, Nuts, Lemons, Figs,
Jellies and Canned Fruits.
Bread, Cakes and Rolls, fresh every morn?
ing, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nov 7_Main afreet.
FOR the winter season, I will brew all
DOUBLE. STRONG BEER. Drink
Heegers' unadulterated Double Strong dear,
andyou got tho worth of your money. This
Beer ls also put up in bottles, and for sale at
$1 60 per dozen.
1 have also received a supply of tho Juatly
oelebrated PANCAKE-regarded the best
Ohewing Tobacoo. JOHN 0. 8EEGER8.
Crans, Pistols, Etc
-w^ ^r*~ I INFORM my friends and
I publio in general that I havs
^C__~j2awju8t roturnod from tho North,
- m-% wand am now prepared to fur?
nish all in want of GUNS, Rifles and Repeat?
ers, of latest styles and best qualities, Am?
munition and Sportsmen's Apparatus, of all
kinda and descriptions, at reduced prices.
REPAIRING dono at short notice.
Nov 8 _ P. W. KRAFT. Main street.
Inn A nnn FEET LUMRER. par
,UU? f4UUU ties can be supplied at
reasonable rates by applying to
Sept 2 JOHN E. GYLES, at Hone's store.
LEATHER, ETC. ' ?
WL^L THEold houseof P. H. FL4.
W^"^^L,SS?never failed to glvo satisfaction
in everj branch, is now, opened by his sons;
and they will oonduot tho business on tho old
plan-keep nothing bat first o lase goods/
qulok sales and short profits.
P. H. FINNIGAN w>U superintend the Ma?
nufacturing Depar?p auk fcpd Will le pleased
to see bis old monds and oUstoiaers.
Our stock consiste of Men's. Boys', Youths',
Ladies', Missis; and Oh tl drona
Shoes of all Styles and Varieties.
They will leave nothing undono to merit a
fair share of. the patronage sq liberally be?
stowed on their father. Go and eeo them.
All shoes exchanged or money refunded.
Next door to lt. Hannah's Saddlery. Main
FIVE First Glass BOOT-MAEERB wanted.
Nov af ' J: T.TLAN IQAN _A CO.
Btovall's Excelsior Mills Floor.
jmWk. ? WE keep large supplies of this GELE
? "XT-B HATED. PLO UR, which we sell at
wJfTnwholesale or retail, and warrant tho
quality. J. A. HENDRIX A BRO.,
, Nov ll Imo_Columbia, S. O.
One Puncheon Lochgilphead.
rpHE beat 8GOTOH WHISKEY. Dealers
JL oan have it nearly at cost.
Nov 16 ** : JOHN O. BEEPERS. _
G. M. THOMPSON ?Si CU..
*^gjk HA8 on hand tho jrajao
]W\ largest, most fash- J j&
ionable, stylish, du-^MgSffi?jgP
l^~^?^S?rablo and chea.pest'HsB*^^^
took of RuOTS and SHOES in tho State. All
A oomplete assortment of Gent's, BOYB' and
bildren'a HATS and PAPS. Nov 5 3mo _
.JT"S> W- A LARGE stock of fashionable
2gEggllight CARRIAGES. Prices low, at
W. K. GREENFIELD'S
Carriage Repository, corner Assembly and
Lady streets. No
To the Ladies.
fUMg. , THE PRIZE MEDAL was
?aK^fW awarded to bira. C. E. HEED.
?BMIi |L ? Main stroet, Columbia, for the
jM^Hllj South Carolina Agricultural and
^SjtSapy Mechanical Society. She als? bab
. ?W^Na full supply of BONNETS, Hats,
Ribbons, Flowers, Hair. Furs, Cloaks, and
everything usually kept, in a first class Milli
uery Establishment. Tho Ladies of Colum?
bia and elsewhere will please call and seo fur
themselves. Orders solicited. Prices re?
duced.__ Nov 14
The Doctors Recommend Seegers' Reer
IN preference to London Portor and Scotch
Alo.. Whv? They know it is unadulterated.
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST PLACE.
f-? WE olaim to have ono of tho finest
VjV Btooks of WATCHES, of all best Entr
jSujfilish, Swiss and American makers. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our stock
is large, and we are going to soil the doods
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in all
branches, by tho best of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe.
BALTIMORE BRANCH OFFICE,
Carolina Life Insurance Co.,
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
ASSETS UVBR ... il.050.000.
D. 0. TRIMBLE.Secretary.
ISSUES POLICIES, either participating or
non-oarlicipating, on all the. appro ved
plans of lite insurance All Policies non-for
feitable. A definite cash surrender valuo gua?
ranteed on all PoUcies after second annual
payment. Active agents wanted.
BLACK, PORCHER A CO.,
State Agents, Columbia, S. 0.
J. L, BLACK, P. M. BOSCHES, S. W. SKIBELB,
CLOCKS AND JEWELEY.
I HAVE on hand a select_
stock of WATCHES. JEWEL-c???2
_,RY, CLOCKS, SILVER and PLATED
rt AivE, wbiob I will dispOBO of at most rea?
sonable prices. Also. SPECTACLES to suit
REPAIRING in my line dono promptly and
on good terms.
AU articles and work warranted to bo as
represented. GEO. BRUNS,
id door below PHOENIX offioo, Main street.
orvn OUNOES QUININE, for ealo low,
?VJVJ by E. H. HE1N1TSH,
Wholesale Druggist, Columbia, S. C.
Oct 20 i
Castor Oil'. Castor Oil!!
Sm BBLB. Prime CASTOR OIL, for sale low,
?i by E. H. HEIN ITS H,
Oct 20 % Wholesale Druggist.
Every One Drinks Seegers' Beer,
BECAUSE it gives strength aud improves
their health. March ll
A TUBB Virginia Valley BUTTER,
*3: 6 tubs Mountain Butter.
3 tubs fine Goshen Butter.
All nico and fresh and for salo LOW.
Oct 1_L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
martin's Slioing Sub-Boiler and Deep
THE undersigned having parohased the
right for this State to manufacture and
null the abovo plow, the best and ohoapeat yet
tntrodnoed, desires a reliable Agent at ovory
Oounu Oonrt House in tba Btate.
"ct 10 EDWARD HOPE.
\ C\C\ DOZEN AXES.
IVJv/ 49 bales Ragging.
200 bundles Arrow Ties.
20 dozen Railroad Shovels.
200 pairs Trace Chains.
Just received and for sale at lowest market
prices. LORIOK A LOWRANCE.
Oysters in Every Style.
/SSfe, / \ MY Restaurant 1B in order for the
^?i?S^winter reason, and OYSTERS and
^flflr other Refreshments will be furnish?
ed at short notice. "How will you have them
-fried, roasted or stewed?" G. DIERCKS.
-| f\ HALF 0HEST8 assorted TEA. Though
JLV/ the price in market has advancod 15 per
cent , we sucoeedod in gotting our August bill
duplicated, which we offer at seme price as
h?fore._LORIOK A LOWRANCE.
If Yon Want School Books,
no to BRYAN A MoO ARTER, who havo a
*OT frosh Bupply of English, French, Ger?
man and classical BO HOOL BOOKS, also of
Sobool Stationery of every description, all fur
sale at lowest market rates. Sopt 19
PLANTERS can have SEED BARLEY at
$1.25 per bushsl. Terms cash.
SeptM_JOHN O. BEEPERS'.
BUSHELS CRANBERRIES, in Ano or?
der, for salej)y E.HOPE.
BUSHELS choico RED HEED WHEAT
for sale by E. HOPE.
Hate asi Pura.
THE grand opening at BtDole's
"Hat-Hal]," No. 818 Sing street,
Char len ton, 8. C., takee place on',
- NOVEMBER 16, A great display of
Men's ind Youths' now style Dress Hats.
. Prices, CO cants to $5. Ladies' grand opening
OT Purs, viz: Muna, Tippets, Capes, Collars
li:50lo>80. * Nov 16 tba
CONTAINING ninety-nine and two-thirds
per cent. (99.00 percent.) soluble matter.
Warranted freo fro nail impurities. Prepared
in this city, and for Bale at tbe low price o f
?15.per ton, cash, by
tOnN H. HOLMES,
Commission Morchant, Charleston, 8. C.
Sept 21 _ th 18
C. F. JACKSON
Will offer thia week
The Best Bargains
In LACE COLLARS AND CUFFS,
BLANKETS AND SHAWLS,
PINE GLOVES AND HANDKERCHIEFS.
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8oId hy alt Book-sellers._Nov 21
Black Sc Waring,
(Successor* of JJ. E. Nichols <? Co. and of
Cash it Waring,;
General Insurance Agents,
COL.TJAIBIA, S. C.
REPRESENT thefollowing well-eatabliahed
and most reliable Communes:
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ganized 1810. Assets over $1.500,000.
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ized 1852. Aaects over $2.000.000.
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ized 1859. Aa ets ovnr $750,000.
ANDES IN8UBANCE CO., organized 1870.
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ganizod 1806. Assets over $1,200,000.
The reputation which thees Companies
bavo established for promptness, solidity and
worth is the best g uara ut so of security and
Bo sure tu iusuro with
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AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF
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DUCHESS LACE COLLARS,
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Roman Sash Ribbons,
IN NEW DESIGNS.
IN NEW COLORS ANO ALL VARIETIES,
WE carry a big stock of FLANNELS and
Blankets. Jeana and Tweeds, Cassi
merea and Cloths.
Tho Shawl and Cloak Department exhibits
all tho newest styles out.
In FUSS, wo aro showing some stylos which
aro not to ho found elsewhere.
Tho Bloc of Carpets, li UK B, Oil-Clot ha, Ac,
cannot ho excelled.
Our gonda aro all selected from the best
makes. We guarantee all goods wo nell, de
business on tho ono price system, and allow
no house to "undersell na."
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THEOLOGICAL and Ethical, 2 volumes,
embellished with Dr. Thornwell's por?
trait. $4 per volume.
Memories of Pat moa. By MaoDnff. $2.
The Conservative Reformation and ita The?
ology. Bv Rev. Charlea P. Krowth, D. D. $5.
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Uniform edition of Graco Aguilor'a Works,
ouch aa Mother'a Kecompenae, Vale of Codara,
Jr., nt fl per volume.
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paid, on recoipt of price
AnglJDUFFIE A CHAPMAN. Booksellers.
Universal Life Insurance Company
WE aro desirous of securing the sorvicct
of a half dozen activo Canvassing
Agenta in South Carolina for tho Universal
Lifo Insurance Company, of New York, with
whom liberal tcrma will bo ruado. Wo desire
also responsible Local Agents for each town
in the Stato. M. W. GARY,
M. C. BUTLER,
State Superintendents of Agencies.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., September 8, 1871.
Private Boarding House,
1 VUl^i BY MKa- SAMUEL TOWN
a%?L3eV -.S HEN ?), Senate street, Bouth
MaeeSa^LeM oaa^ "f ^a Capitol, one square
M^ffi^BeSaU? frtiin Main street, Columbia,
Orkra f\?\?\ FEET OF LUMBER,
OU\/,UUU 00,000 foot of well aoa
aoued Flooring on hand.
Orders for Lath, and all kinda Lumber filled
at abort not co. Apply at our Lumber Yard,
ou Lady street and Greouvillo Railroad, or
addroas W. LOWRY & CO.,
Oyt 2H !hno Box 130. Cohimhia, 8. C.
A LOT of fino Kentucky A
Pfeu-g. MULES and HORSES, justar-fYXelk
rived. Cull at ?Qj
eaiUiL DALY'S STABLES,
Oct 7 On AHRomhly direct.
i - ?oot. Job ?nd Newepapar
ant .a.?..' 'ifc-t.' i -. /. . >>t
STEM PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT
THE Proprietor of I
the PHOMXX bas fitted
op and thoroughly
?urnishod bia offloe
with lateat improved
material for exeoution
of all kinda Printing.
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The Type, Border, Bule, Ornaments, Cots,Ao.
are of MODERN STYLE and carefully aeleoted.
Tho Presaea are
of the MOST
in g Platen
Profesaional Men, Merchants. Manufacturers
and Mechanics, supplied with any stylo work
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A large stock
I M MUTT
Iii H i ill
II in lui
With the LAROE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, the atyle, quality and coat of
work oannot fail to give satisfaction.
Orders from abroad wiU receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and work promptly forwarded?
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Thia is the only
tho interior of
two, threo and
can be put up in
plain Black or
and examine apo
J. A. HELBY,
the State where
four sheet POST
BILLS, ?a., ?o.
8ood atylo, elthei
ol or ed. ?3*0 al
' Jn>o frftjft ^~ft?aitfl^ffirt o/^ jjjate
. FOR '8jjU?r.-.l
With Floor, Grist ?na 84Wr;|tiU?,'O?tl?Q Gin
,end Thresher, and. ? suscesifiil
at Md for i CotwtrV BtbrST'. .
\triLIi bo ?old ror parU???fa.ito the highest
*Vy bidder^ m$*l?>l$ammkI??LP?,9*
first MONDAY in An uar y. ISW-lfc nof prey -
on ely contracted for at prrfatte sale-tho well
known PLANTATION OF (?AB?OfiELLA,
belonging to tb* esta?e of phal?M: Mai. H. J.
Dean.lontaiDing: 1,1141 ?crefcTnm- "
7 It ia BitutUcJ. ou the great'ihcrcukhfare bo
G., 17 miles Nortr. of Bpar?anuarg ?nu
dilee N?rlh-woe* of Greenville a?* 6 milM
from GpwansvilW. , P .YfHOil j Olli
. TU? place ia one ,of the moat desirable in the
up-coantrr. balng nnaurpaafeed for' health,
ead almost, unequaled /oriUie. qbcnlity and
quality Of ita EMd-Bo*tom,tOfbein.?,*fealthy
locality, with good'-mills, bricking sot imm??
diat* alad -never failing return-'for tbe capital
i&Tcctfjd, h?.Ting:310r trffft-?!) !*?e?.-.Rfid-Bol?
to m in ope body, within ono fence, ln-? high
al ato of cultivation1, never'Having failed even
in aeason* of greatest 4r?nght to brisks good
orop, while the lend ia cOusUmlly improving
and the wfcol o well ditched and drafnod.
.: ? KCAXBO,' v . ..-.ul ??'. ,
100. aeres ,oC best Crook Bottom;.frash and
uncleared. 'Ibo remainder or tho tract ia
well wooded, in original growth, ?ncTbo green
timber has boen out oq the piado in aixteen
There are five settlements ou the'place,
suitable for tunante, and. ampio- material? of
both wood and atono. are tn eight or tbe Baw
Mill. Tba Flour and Omi Milla are well
built, first story nf stone--ba* three acta of
Bolting Chests, threo mn of MUM Stones, and
make aa good flour aa any made South of Bal?
timore. They have- been -re-bull t,as well aa
the Saw Mill, within a' fow years, and all have
a soot) run of eua tom. The'near completion
of the Air Lino it ail road will add teilta value,
j The Milla will be contracted for separately,
(as also tbe land, in lot?, io ?mt 'parohaaeraj
at private aale. .
Tsaate.-Cash is pr?ferred: but if moro con?
venient te purchasers, it wu! he aojd for one
holf catii-ono fourth lu ?ix m?nlh?.and one
fourth tn twelve months, with irrtorvst from
dar nf salOi ?sd fccsd =r.d mortgage w aeoui *
the payment of the same. Title indisputable.
Persons wishing to examine the1 place will
be directed at:the Min to Henry F. King,
> Esq., or Wm. J. Walden, ou tbe place. Any
Information desired can be obtained by apply?
ing personally a . SpArtanbnrg Ot H., to Ed?
ward J. Dean, or Dr. C K. Fleming; or by
letter to the Executrix. -,
M BS. MABY OWEN HEAN,
Nov a th9 Look,Box 29, Hpartapburg, S. g.
Referee's Sale. '' "\
Henry W. Dixon, Ad mi ula tr a tor, de bonis non
of Wright Denley, vs. Henry Gaoghman, et
uzet al. .
IN purauanco of the deoretal order, aignod
by hia Honor Judge 8. W; Moiton, on the
27th October, I will sell, before the Court
House, in Colombia, on the firat MONDAY in
December, that well-known and valuable
PLANTATION, formerly owned by Wright
Denley, deceaaed. known aa Greenfield. Thia
plantation comprises about 1,500 aeren, lyiog
00 the Bluff Ito- d, about ten miles below Co?
lumbia, and adjoins lands of Col. Th"maa
Davis. On it ia a largo mill, with ample water
power: out-booaea, buildings, gin,.- screw.
The Tract will bo sub-divided to .anit pur
chaaers. and plats thereof exhibited oh dav of
aale, or before, upon application to the under?
signed, at bia office in Oolumbia. I
Also, 196 acres of LAND, moro or leas, 7
miles from Colombia, bounded by lands of
Also, 80 saures of LAND,, more'or leas. 9
milea from Colombia, on the Sooth Carolina
Railroad, bounded by lands' Of Mrs. Yatea
and others'. !
TKBMB OF BALE-One-fourth bash; balance
in one, two and ?bree years;inter eat annually
secured by bond and mortgage; purchaser to
pay fur necessary papera.
Tho entiro properly or Wright Denley will
bo sold, except tue .homestead exemption.
D. ii. D*B AD?S(TBE,
Nov 2 j ' , BpecTal Referee.
8t?ro of South Caroiina^Hewbsrry Co.
IN COMMON PLUM), a
Exparte W. H. Whitlock. Petition to enforce
Ex parte Jerry Evana Petition io ..enforce
Mech ole's Lien. s-*
BY order of this Court, passed in the above
etated cases, James W. Hayward for
whom tho buildings deacrihed in tho aaiu pe?
titions wero erected,and on which William H.
Whitlock and Jerry Evans hold tneohenio'a
lions, is required to answer said petitions, on
or before the next term of th je Oourt.
All others, the creditors of tho said Jamos
W. Hayward, are required also to take notice
hereof, and to establish their claims, if any,
against said building, or tho same will be
barred- THOB. M. LAKE, 0. C. P. N. 0.
NovO_, . thC
State of Bouth Car olin a-Abbeville Co.
By Lii?li. Quffin, Judge of'Probate.
To James Franklin Pnokett, - Andrew C.
r Pucket t? Thomas E. Puckett, Mary A. Peri
son, Nancy Louies. Puckett, John Honry
Puckett, Mary Louisa Puckett, ind Eliza
j Carolina Puckett-Oreeling:
YOU are hereby required to appear at the
Court of Probate, to be holden.at Abbe
1 ville O. H., for Abbeville County, on the fifth
i day of December, A. D. 1871. io. snow cause, if
I any yon ean, why the Real Kat ato of Thomas
! H. Puckett, deceaaed, situate in said County,
I on waters of Saluda Hiver-bounding OD landa
of John B. Uoazmao. Thomas B. Puckett,
?Jr., H. M. Pinaon, William Foorke, John 8.
Tornar and others, and containing two hun?
dred and six acres, mare or less-should not
be partitioned by allotting to the said parties
above named, in equal portions, iftr aplicable;
and if not practicable, to divide or'partition
the same in equal portions to them; then to
sell the same and divide the proceeds.
Given nuder my hand and seal, this twenty
first day of October, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and ^.seventy
one, and in the ninety-sixth year of Ameri?
L. L. GUFFIN, J. P. A. O.
To the defendants, James F. Puckett, Andrew
C. Pnokett, Nancy Louisa Puckett, John
Henry Pnokett. Mary Louisa Pnokett and
ElisaO. Puckett: . ..-;.'.,
TAKE NOTICE, that a petition haa this
da; bess flied in the office of tho'Judge of
Probate for Abbeville County, Srate?f South
Carolina, for the partition of tba Beal Estate
of Thomas B. Puckett, and that nnless yon
appear and anawer or demur to the same, on
or before 5th December next, lodgment will
ba entered as of iecord against you, aod the
reliof prayed be granted.
MoUOWAN A PARKER,
Oct 26 thC Plaintiff-* Attorneys.
State of couth Carolina-Edgefield Co.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
D. li. Turner, Judge of Probate, plaintiff, es.
H. K. "dolaUin, E.W. Youngblood, adminis?
tra tors, et" al.
TTNDEB tho order bf the court, in thia case,
U I Will noll, on tho FIRST MONDAY in
December next, at Edged, hi Com? House, to
the highest bidder, at public outcry, nj
One trat * of LAND, situated io aaidCouotv,
on the Charlotte, Columbia and Anguata Bail
road, one mile from Bat?avineDspot,?ontain
iuK oG0 ia?rda, mino tu Umn, b?ii?i????? -T .iliuB
of John M. Norrie, A. D. Bafefc \omg
blood, and otbsrs, on which Wade Holstein,
deceased, resided at tbs time offris death,
known as the William Noni* plao?;
Thia plaoe has a flosBwehlng-house, a good
Gin-house, the necessary oat buildings and
other good improvements; and is, from its
favorable location snd other advantages, ODe
of the most valuable in the County, a
TKBMS._Cash sufficient to pay oosts?and
one-third of purchase money; balance OB a
credit of one, two, three and four years, pay?
able in equal annual instalments, with inte
rost fro? da'*, payable annually on the wholo
amount till ?li be paid, secured by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the premises.
J. H. MCDEVITT,
Nov 17 sth5 B. E. 0.
-I f\r\ BOXES asserted CRACKERS.
IA J \J 100 boxes assorted, Canned Goods.
CO boxes Soap.
60 boxea Candy.
50 boxea Candles.
200 barrels Flour.
50 barrels Whiekoy, coming in and in store,
and to which we invite the attention of the
trade. LO NICK A, LOWRANCE.
Oiroico Family Flour.
A i\C\ BARRELS Extra Family, Medln
4tl JU and Low Priced FLOUR, for a
pow down. E.