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P?RT AO-pRIHC?, GTH, VIA HAVANA.
November 22.-Tho otiso or th? steamer'
Hornet rem aine unchanged. Tho Spa?
nish ship of-war Charranea remains in
the port The Spanish Oomaal ie ou
boara and aiok. Th? Spanish iron-clad
man-of-war Saragossa is expected. The
Haytiqos have reinforced the garrisons
in tho fort? here, and plaoed guns in po?
sition, and troops aro being held in
road lb csa for fictive Ber vi oe.
President S?get continues his North?
ern toar, and is, every where received en?
Coffee ia in demand and the price has
an upward teodenoy; ' ? ??.??<?.?
CARACAS, November 8, VIA HAVANA,
November 22.-G?n?ral raigas; at the
head of ?ne ??Luy , had left M&raciol for
the parpos? of restoring peace in Trix
illo.. Generals Gastro, Galina and Alean
tor, with 4,000 men, are marching again st
the revolutionists under Her rasa, who
are reported to number 3,000. Presidont
Gunzenau Blanco ia oolleoting troops at
Caraoaa to march against Ci nd ad.
SAN DOMINGO, November 9, VIA HA?
VANA, November 22.-President Baez is
still traveling North. It is reported
that he will visit the British Charge
d^ASairif for the parp?se of claiming
$6,000 expenses ip. tho flteamer Tel?grafo
Shocks of earthquake were felt on the
30th ult., at Domto?, St. Vincent, St.
Lacia and other islands. .
LONDON, November 23.-The indispo?
sition ,o| the Prinoe of Wales continues.
His physicians stato his symptoms to be
of typhoid fever.. He passed rather an
1 ' NIGHT DESPATCHES, j
LONDON, November 23.-A bulletin,
thia jevcuing, Bigned by the pbysioians,
states that the Prino? is suffering from
an attack of typhoid fever. The symp?
toms are not alarming.
The winter ia unusually early. Two
skaters were drowned at Farnsworth,
thia evening. '.
.CONSTANTINOPLE, November 23.-The
weather is unfavorable, and oholera ie
. i . . ? ? ? ?
PROPOSED BBOALL OF BOHKNOK-MEXIOA*
AFVAJBS-ALEXIS AT WASHINGTON-OHO
Ii SHA AND SMALL POX RAVAGES-H BA VI
XiOSB BT PIBB-SEIZURE OF BONDS POI
TAXES -SAVANNAH PAIR, AO. , AO.
NBW YOBS, November 22. -Tho Lon
don Economist having mentioned witt
regret the appearance ol the name o
United States Minister Sobenok as di
reotor in one of our new mining comps
nies, with the remark that commeroia
ooonpation of any kind appears certain
ly incompatible with the functions of i
diplomatist, the New York Evening Pos
hopes our Government will iuomediatelj
recall Sohunck, who, it says, by permit
ting his official position to promote stool
sp?culation, humiliates his country au<
shows au utter want of respeot fur hi
Gen. Butler denounces as a canard tb
whole story of the Harrisburg oouferouot
Forty-three newoosesof suaall-poxlut
week, and twenty since Saturday.
Among the . passengers by tho steam
ship Cuba, from Liverpool to-day, wa
W. W. Oorooroo, Madame Bertina) li au
Leonard W. Jerome.
The Herald special says Gen. Alu ton
with a large Government force, is wutotj
in g Oaxaca. More troops are going t
Alatore. The Government troops i
Saltillo are hard pressed. Gnu. Querug
is expected to attack the opun to wu t
Wier, on his way to Matamoras. Tu
authorities of Wier are arming. It 1
reported that the defection of Cortiu
gives additional embarrassment to tb
Juarez administration. Cortina has dil
obeyed reoent Government orders, au
is sallen. He is falling back on Mati
moras, where a conflict with Paluiro
expeoted. Guerrero, commandant <
the fourth division of the national arm.i
and the Governors of Portugal and <
Aguascalientes, have pronounced for tl
WASHINGTON, November 22.-A vei
large crowd waa al the depot to mei
Alexis, bot as he was in citizen's dre?
he waa not generally recognized. ?
drove to Minister Cataoazy's hons
.The latter called on Secretary Fish t
night and officially apprized him of tl
The ceremonies at the White Hon
have just commenced. The members
the Oabinet are present. The foll Bo
sian legation followed the Prinoe, in ft
regalia. The Russian naval dignitari
WASHINGTON, November 23.-Ho
Beverdy Johnson and ex-Attorney-Ge
eral 8tanberry have departed for Oolui
bia, S. C., as counsel for d?fendante
the Eu I?uxc?-3es
NOBWIOH, CONN., November 23.-]
the burning of the steamer New Londu
three of the passengers and eight of t
crew lost their lives. The boat was j
sured for 6100,000. Baker, the en?
neer, had saved several lives before li
ing his own.
HALIFAX, November 23.-Three fa
oholera oases in a village near this oit?
ST. LOUIS, November 23.-Anna Bi
ret died to-day, from an over dose
elixir of opium.
Nsw YOBS, November 23.-The J
raid has personal information from Bc
Butler, Henry Wilson and Thurl
Weed, that they know nothing of t
?ur?iDw?? o? an B?ti-Gi??t party. V?
son also disbelieves that Sumner is <
gaged in aoy euch movements.
The Herald professes to have reliai
information that the Grand Duke Ale
is charged with the mission from 1
Czar to this country of making a p
posai for an offensive and defensive a
anoe between Russia and the Uni
Dr. Winder, of Brooklyn, reports I
narrow escape from death of himself c
family, from eating herrings, evidec
tainted with arsenic.
^ It is believed tbe voucher thieves \
turn State's evidence, and disclose v
employed them to burn the papers stol
The National Savings Bank winds
shortly, "bot pays depositors.
NBW OHLE ANS, Novo mi er 23 -'
preparations for Dunn's funeral are
borate. Tbe city councils and coi
Holiday to-day on account of the 1
Business closes at ll o'clock.
RICHMOND, November 28. -Grand J
ter PrentiB, of tho Odd Fellows of
ginia, is dead.
WASHINGTON, November 24 -Ai
o'clock, the Duke and suite arrived,
entered the Executive mansion, the
aemblage on the portico giving a cl
.. ????.....?.?.,*., j?OB.-?Vk*i- ?. .^'i>W'.*. .?. warna '??te
M the Prinoe, alight**!, which he, ?o
kuo ?sledged .?>. bf???ig hie chapeca ?^udi
bowing. The Duke, Minister Gatadas*,
aud Admiral Puiseiet wero the flt st to
eu ter, then followed bis Excellency \V
F. Maohiu, OuuuaeJler of State, Count
OlsouhVff. Ouuut Sbouvealoff, General
(iurloff, Dr. Ousriu, Lieutenant Fuudor
aud Mr. Sberkoff, bf the' Duke's HU ito.
The Duke wore a anil orin bf blue cloth
-sbort f rook ooat, with golden epau letta,
sword, and pale blue sash over bia shoul?
der. He removed bis chapeau immedi?
ately upon entering the door. Minister
Uataoasy wore his court uniform, heavi?
ly trimmed with, gold lac?. The mern?
oo rs of the Duke's suite all wore lull
uniforms, elaborately trimmed and de
ooratedi according to their respective
rauk. The Preaidedt and members ci
the Oabinet were lo full dress ahita.
Mrs. Delano waa dressed io black velvet,
black lace shawl and pink ribboa head
dress. Mrs. Ak?rman was dressed in
blaok silk, with train, ?nd bonnet with
maroon trimmings. Mrs. Giant was
assisted by Miss Mellie, Mrs. Sharp and
Miss Brissie Bbarp and the ladies before
mentioned. Mrs. Grant and two young
ladies, her daughter and Miss Bbarp,
were dressed in demi toilette, blaok silk,
with point lace collar and sleeves, and
bright colored ribbons. Mrs. Sharp
wore an apple green silk, with a train.
AB soon as the Duke and his suite
reached the blue parlor, his Highness
took a position between the ottoman, in
the centre of the room and the door
leading to the red parlor, with his face
towards the door entering the blue par?
lor from the halt Minister Oataoazy
stood at his side, and Admiral Polssiet
near him on the other side. The mem?
bers of the suite took positions in rear
of the Duke. The President, aooompa
nied by his Oabinet and Secretaries,
then entered the parlor by the door
leading from the hall. Minister Gataoa?
zy then presented tho Grand Duke to
the President, who addressed eaoh other
in English, each expressing bis pleasure
at mooting tho other; but no' formal
speech was made by either. The Duke
theo presented the members of bis suite,
and tho President, in turn, presented
the members of bis Oabinet. The usual
hand-shaking attended the introductions.
The President then escorted the Duke
to the red parlor, where the ladies were
assembled, presenting him first to Mrs.
Grant, then to the other ladies. Secre?
tary Fish followed, presenting each
member of the suite of his Highness to
the ladies. Conversation was then en?
tered upon, and introductions between
members of the Oabinet and suite of the
Prince and the President's Secretaries.
The Duke, Admiral Poissiet, General
dorloff and one or two others of the
visitors Bpoke English fluently, and con
versed in that tongue; while tbe con?
vertit iou with some of the other visitors,
wuD did not speak Eoglish, was carried
on in French. After a pleasant con versa
tion of ubout llfteeu minutes, the Duke
bade the President adieu, and then the
'ad?es und members of the Cabinet;
..embers of bis unite followed, and tb
u-itiugimhed visitors withdrew. Upon
entering their carriages, they returuo?i
immediately to Miuister (Jatauuzy'u
residence. The Prince and his HUI te wm
leave here to-morrow morning, in a spe?
cial train, for Annapolis, to visit the
uaval school there, und goes from tha
place to New York, by rail, to-morro?
evening. The Groud Duke ?B ruthi r
prepossessing in hui personal appa nance
-tali and er*ut, of robust build aud
quick step. He is of light complexion
Wears quite a uubby little moustache and
?.ide wuiskers. His hair IB cut short,
ifter the lashiou of the Rusaiuus.
Probabiiitiea-The area of loweHt pres?
sure will probably extend by Frulu\
noon into Iudiitua, with snow or ruii
very generally West of the Apalacbiu
ohaiu, and also on the middle Atlantic
uuast. South-easterly winda, iuureusiug
io brisk, by Friday morning, are proba
tile from Linke Erie to Luke Superior
and tbe South Atlantic coast. Caution
iry signala are ordered for to-night for
Uhiougo, Milwaukee and Grand Huven.
Gen. Walker will assume control of
the Indian Bureau on Monday.
CHICAGO, November 23 -Heavy snow
in the West and the North-west, in
many cases ?topping travel.
PlTTXi ADELPHI A, November 23 -A writ
of ei que.-tiati n -gums tbe property ol
Mercer, the defaulting treasurer, aud au
order for bis arrest, hus been issued
Tba Pennsylvania Railroad Company
take pobsesBion of the New Jersey roads
un December 1. A contract bas been
ooucluded between the Pennsylvania
Central and the International Steamship
Company firalioe from Philadelphia to
HALIFAX, November 23.-Three of five
cholera oases brought by tho Franklin
were fatal at Chizzelticook, the place of
ST. LOUIS', November 23.-A company
has been organized, with 81,000,000
capital, to erect a new Obamber of Com?
S15,GOO in State bonds, belonging to
the Life Insurance Company of Ameri
oa, was seized for taxes, which the aaao
oiation refuse to pay, on the ground that
the booda are exempt from taxation.
NORWICH, November 23.-Seven more
bodies, making nine, have been reco?
vered from the wreck of the New Lon?
SAVANNAH, November 23.-The orowd
it the fair of the Industrial Association,
ta-day, is immense. Receipts at tbe
gates show 15,000 visitors. Tho exhibi?
tion is very fine. In order to allow time
for exhibitors to enter articles now on
the way, tbe Board of Directors have
concluded to ^extend the fair to next |
Wednesday. Xhe lair is a complete BUO
NEW YOBK, November 23.-The malt
honse of Peter Balleutine Sr. Son waa
burned. The loss of the buildings ia
575.000; stook $80,000; machinery 815,
?U0. They will continue business in tbe
new malt buildings just erected.
Joshua D. Minor, au alleged counter?
feiter, was bailed in 830,000. Detective
Whitely says he was offered 8200,000 to
nbaudon the prosecution.
Ten cases of small-pox are reported
ai ii co yesterday; thirty since Saturday.
The piotures contributed by tbe New
York artists for their suffering brethren
in Chicago realized over $0,000.
A Pittsburg despatch records the mar?
riage, by proxy, in that city, on Satur?
day hist, of Ferdinand de Guinnez,
Spanish Charge d'Affaires at Rome, and
Miss Lei i o Addisou. The bride-groom
was represented by a substitute, the late
Prime Minister, availing himself of
privilege granted under a law of thu
church, haviug appointed a brother ot
the bride to represent him. It is stated
that thia is the first ceremony of the
kind ever performed in thie country,
although not uncommon in Europe.
The lady sails for Europe in a few d<?y*.
VIAll?? jjLa. Cjbsaaaefrttal.
OoL-TjssB!*, a?rn.t S(?vmi?r aa - Sale?
of outtuu, toduy, 40 bales-middling
LIVERPOOL, November 28-8 P. M.
Got too opwued ii rta and ia now strong
uplands ?}?@9%; Or? ea na 9%; sales
18.000 bales; ?peon lat ion ana export
8,000; shipping at Savannah 9?^
I LitvttKi'oon. November 28-Evening.
Oo>ton closed strong-uplands 9>?@
9$6; Orl?aria.9%. ; t
LKJNDOH, November 28-Noon.- Con?
NBW ?OHK, November 23-Noon.
Sales of futures, last evening, 4.900
bales, as follows: November 18%.
18 716; Deoember 18 7-16; January
18%, 18 11-16; February 18 18 16. 18%;
April 19%, 19%. Stocka dall and heavy.
Gold 10%. Uovern menta steady bot
dull. States quiet ? bat firm. Money
easy, at 6?6. Sterling-long 9%; short
10% Flour doll and drooping. Wheat
quiet and heavy,- Corn dall and un?
changed. Pork stenrly- Lard qniet.
Cotton quiet bat strong-uplands 18%;
Orleans 10%; sales 1,800 bales. Pr eights
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet; sales 1,814
balea-uplands 18%; Orleans 19%.
Flour-Southern quiet and heavy; com?
mon to fair extra 6 firstname.lastname@example.org; good to
ohoioe email@example.com. Whiskey 94. Wheat
unsettled and l@2o. lower-winter red
Western 1.60? 1.64. Corn heavy and
lo. lower. Bice firm, at 8@9. Pork ir?
regular, at 12.9l)(a)13.00. Lard steady.
Freights steady. Money in increased
demand, at 6@7; on stocks 5@6; on Go?
vernments, the stringency is attributed
to the shipment of currency Sooth and
West to move cotton and pack hogs.
Discounts 8(3)12. Sterling lower, at 9?
9%. Goldl0%@10%. Gold room very
quiet. Governments quiet and slightly
lower. New South Carolinas firmer;
ethers steady; Sooth Carolinas 87)6 i now
19. Sales of futures to-dav, 1,160 bales,
as follows: November 18%,* 18%, 189 16;
December 189 16, 18%, 187-16; Janu?
ary 18 9 16, 1811-16, 18%, 18%; Febru?
ary 16%, 19%, 19. 1815-16; March 19%,
193-16; April 19 7-16, 19%; May 19%,
ST. LOUIS, November 23.-Whiskey
89%. Pork lower, at 12.37. Bacon
quiet. Lard 8%@8%;.
CINCINNATI, JN ovum ber 23. -Flour
and corn steady. Pork unchanged.
Lard dull. Baoou higher, with sales at
7%@7>?. Whiskey higher, at 90.
JJODISVIUUB, November 23.-Bagging
woak. Provisions quiet. Whiskey 88.
NORFOLK, November 23.-Cotton
firm-low middling 17%@17%; receipts
1,515 bales; sales 200; stuck 777.
AUGUSTA, November 23-Cotton
firm-middling 17%; receipts 1,000
bales; sales 1,200.
MOBILE, November23.-Cotton strong
-middling 18%; receipts 1,934 bales;
Hales 1,000; stock 32,808.
PHILADELPHIA, November 23.-Cotton
linn -middling 18%@19.
GALVESTON, Nuvsmbsr 23.-Cotton
steady-good ordinary 16; receipts 1,582
itales; enies 1,000; etook 32,880.
BOSTON, November 23.-Cotton firm
middling 19%@19 88; rtoeipts 759 balee;
-.ales 40(1; stork 7.UU0
Nsw ORLEANS, November 23 -Cotton
.Clive-middling 18%; receipts 4,170
Unie*; ?talen 6 6UU; stock 101,759.
SAVANNAH. November 23 -Cot roi
strong-middling 18; reuet pt? 3,793
.tale??; nales 800; Mock 66.640.
WILMINGTON, N-ivember 23.-Cotton
quiet-middling 18; receipts 91 bales;
Male? 166; M tock 415.
BAI/TIMOHK, N ?vember 23 -Oottoi
very rinn-uinluliug 18%; receipt? 518
nate?; nilen 755; tttoek 4.7t>8
I lear und Hm mil cn a? Water.
NAT I AN 8" UK Y .TAL DISCOVERY
FOR THE HAIR.
APERFECTLY clear preparation in one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for re
oto. jug to Cl ra. y Iltur its natural color ami
.outbful appearance; to eradicate and pre?
vent dandruff; to promote the growib ol the
.lair arid stop its falling out. I r is ENTIBELY
HAUMLEUS anu perfectly free from any poiauu
oua auoatance, and will therefore take tho
place of all tue dirty and unpleasant prepara
? ions now iu use. Numerous testimoniale
nave been sent us from many ot our roost
prominent citizens. IL everything in which
tue anieles now in use are objectionable,
Crystal Discovery is perfect, lt io warranted
to contain neither Sugar of Lead, Sulphur or
Nitrate ot tiilver. It does not soil the clotIn c
ur scaip, is agreeably perfumed and makes
ono of the bout dreauiugs for the Hair iu use.
It restores thu color of the Hair "more per?
fect and uniformly than any other prepara?
tion," and aiwavM dooB so in from three to ton
.uyo, virtually feeding the roots of the Hair
with all the nourishing quaiitiea necessary tu
its growth and healthy condition; it restore?
tbe decayed and inducen a new growth of the
Hair moro positively than anything eleu. The
application of thie wonderful discovery also
produces a pleasant and cooling effect on the
scalp, and gives the Hair a pleasing and ele?
We can especial attention to tho fact that a
limited numbor of small trial bott'es can be
bad by those wishing to try it. Yon will no?
tice that in pursuing this oourao, our aim ia
to con vince by the aotual m?rite of the article.
AUTHUR NATTANS, Inventor and Propri?
etor, Washington. V. O. For sale in Colum?
bia by Dr. C. H. MIGT, and Druggists gene
rally._Nov 24 fly
OAA BARBELS of LIME, for salo low by
*4\J\J JOHN AGNEW A SON.
Wood! Wood!! Wood!!!
OAK and HICKORY, delivered, $?.20 per
Oak and Hiokory, delivered in Cords or
Balf Cords, sawed in lengths to suit pur?
chasers, S6 per cord.
Ordors loft at Childs Sc Wiloy's Clothing
Btoro, Main street, or at James K. Friday's
Warehouse, Greenville Depot, promptly fi led.
Nov 23 0_TriOB. J. MOORE.
Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta B. B.
Kjmaa UEHEBAL r KEIOU r AND I ICKKT AOENT,
COLOMBIA, No vom ber 22, 1871.
Til H public aro resp, ct fui ly informed that
a Passenger and Freight Train bas been
put upon tho Wilmington. Columbia and Au?
gusta* Railroad, running between Columbia
atid present terminus, on West side of Wa
Leaving Terminas.8 A. M.
Arrive Columbia.0:30 A. M
Leave Columbia.4 P. M.
Arrive Terminus.5:80 P. M.
f nts train will do all looal business offering
promptly and at low ratee.
information will be given in duo time of
opening of entire mad. A. POPE,
General Freight and Ticket Agent.
T. W JONES, Looal Agent._N?v 23 4
Newspapers, Periodic ais, &c.
CALL at GIBSON'S Book and Newspaper
Depot, next door to Pollock House,
where tho latest Now York, Philadelphia.
Charleston and city papers, together with ali
tho latest Novels, bong Books, &o.. aro kept
ooustantly on hand._Nov 21 0
'FUIE nndersigned havo formed a partner
L ship iu tbo pruotioe ot law, under the
?ty le of
KIO!* St THOMAS,
vnd will give eat eful uuusideiation and at?
tention to any busint-s* einrueied to their
utiarge OftJoe at tiaurkett'a building, on
Lone* ri. mox JOUN I? TH -MAB
COLUMBIA, O G., November 10, 1871
Nov 21 Gmo
- ????i THE old boote of P. H. FL?
/^?V NIGAN, who for twenty years
?J nTiHifc carrie" on- the ?hoe trado. and
W*"**8BS?n*V?r feliedio glvo aatiefaotion
lu evnr> ni auub, la now opened by bia auna.
tnd they will conduct tbe ouaineaa on ibo old
plan-keep nothing but Drat olaea gooda,
qoiok sates and abort profita.
P. H. FLANIGAN will superintend tbo Ma
naraoturing Department, and will, be pleaaed
to eeo bis old friends and euntouiera
Our atodk oonslsts of Men's, Boya', Youths',
Ladies', Misses' and Obildren's
Shoes of all Styles and Varieties.
They will leave nothing undone to merit a
fair abare of the patronage ao liberally be
atowed on their rather. Oo and eoe them,
ail oboes exchanged or money refunded
Next door to fi. Hannan'? Saddlery. Main
FIVE First Claas.BOOT-MAKERS wanted.
Nor ai J. T. FLANIQAN & CO.
Stovall's Excelsior Mills Flour.
?WE keep large supplies of this CELE?
BRATED FLOUR, whioh we aeU at
wholesale oe retail, and warrant tho
quality. J. A. HEr?DRIX & BRO.,
Nov ll Imo_Columbia, 8. C.
One Puncheon Loohgilphead.
THE best SCOTCH WHISKEY. Dealers
can have it nearly at ooat.
Nov 15 _JOBN O. BEEPERS.
. O. SI. THOMPSON & CU.,
? HA8 on hand the gagmeo^
TW\ largOBt, meet fash- fffljffiMll
^^""^??awrablo and cheapest^H^^^^
took ot BOOTS and SHOE8 in the State All
A complote aasortment of Gout's, Rovo' and
Children's HATS and CAPS. Nov 5 3mo
rifflfT- A LARGE stock of fashionable
SBSELlight CARRIAGES. Prices low, at
W. K. GREENFIELD'S
Carriage Repository, corner Assembly and
To the Ladies.
rr_ THE TRIZE MEDAL waa
S???(f(f% awardod to Mrs. C. E. HEED,
?Hil |Lfl Main stroot, Columbia, for tho
MK i\lJlbe8fc 11ATS &t tht> Fair of the
^t-AlIMi South Carolina Agricultural and
??.Rfi?aEr Mechanical Society. Hbo also has
. \m ?an aupply of BONNETS, Hats,
Ribbons, Flowers, Hair. Furs, Cloaks, and
everything uanally kept in a first class Milli?
nery Establishment. The Ladies of Colum?
bia and elaewhero will pleaao call and aeo for
tbemaolvea. Or?ora aolicited. Priem re?
The Dootors Recommend Seegers' Beer
IN preference to London Porter and Scotch
Ale. Why? Thev know it IB unadulterated.
Get the Best,
00 TO THE BEST PLACE.
f>9 WE claim to have one of the finest
VyV atocka of WATCHED, of all beat Emr
?Kj^lisb, Swiss and American makers. With
iimuiuuda and other flue Jewelry, our etui k
is large, and we are going to sell tho Goods
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in all
?ranches, by the beat of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Glaze & lt ad oh fie.
Toys, Candies, &c.
1^0 Ys of all kioda and descriptions, plain
and fanoy Candies, Nuts, Lemons, Fica,
Jellies and Canned Frnita.
Hr- ad, Cakes and Rolls, fresh every morn?
ing, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nov 7 Matu street.
FOR the winter season, I will brow all !
DOUBLE STRONG BEER. Driek
seegera' unadulterated Double Strong ?Jeer,
and you get the worth of your money. Tuia
ricer is alao put np in bottles, and for salo at
tl 50 por dozen.
1 lia vu ?Uno received a aupply of the justly -
celebrated PANCAKE-regarded the heal
Chewing Tobacco. JOHN C. SEEOLRM.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
public in gcuural that I have !
^C^^Js^Jnat returned from the North. !
* ^and am now nropared to (ur
ulah all in waut of U CN ii, Rifles and Ref eat?
ers, of latest styles and host qualities, Am?
munition and Sportsmen's Apparate*, of ult
kinda and descriptions, at reduced prices. ;
11EPAIR1NG done at abort notice.
Nov 3 _P. W. KRAFT. Main atreet.
Private Boarding House,3
a >?a-^A BY MHS. SAMUEL TOWN- :
?/Q?tm\mi? SEND, Senate street, Soiuh
flsggfflRBs eaat of the Capitol, one square
anLnynSaSprfrom Mum strutt. Columbia,
H. u. Oct'll Imo
Every One Drinks Seegers' Bet.r,
BECAUSE it gives atrougth *ud improved I
their health._ March ll _ j
4TUBS Virginia Valloy BUTTER,
C tuba Mountain Butter.
8 tubs ano Goshen Butter.
All nice and fresh and for sale LOW.
Oct 1_L?RICK ti, LOW RANCE.
Martin's Slicing Sub-Soi 1er and Deep
THE undersigned having pnrchaaed the
right for this State to manufacturo and
soil the above plow, tbe best and cheapest yet
introduced, desiree a reliable Agent at every
Conn tv Conrt House in the State.
Oct ?0 EDWARD HOPE.
1 f\f\DOZEN AXES.
JL\_>\J 49 balea Bagging.
200 hundios Arrow Tics.
20 dozon Railroad Shovola.
200 pairs Trace Chaina.
Just rooeivod and for aalo at lowest market
pricea._L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Oysters in Every Style.
?P^. /~\ MY Restaurant is in order for the
^jJaW winter soaaon, and OYSTERS and
XSi?r other Refreshments will be furnhth
ad st short notice. "How will you have them
-fried, roasted ur nluvrod?" G. DIEii?Kf?.
1 f \ HALF CH KS TS ??o?rtcd TEA. Though
AV the price lu market baa advanced 15 per
sent , we succeeded in getting our August bill
luplic&tod, which wo offer at same prico as
before._L?RICK A LOWRANCE
If Yon Want Sohool Books,
pi O to OUYAN ? MoOARTER, who bavo a
VJT frosh aupply of English, French, Ger?
man and classical SCHOOL BOOKS, also of
School Stationery of every description, all for
sale at lowest market rates. Sept 19
Barley ! Barley !
PLANTERS can have 8EED RARLE? at
il 25 nor bushel. Terms cash.
Sept 22 JOHN O. SEEQBRB._
BU8HELS CRANBERRIES, in fine ur
der, for aale by E. HOPE.
BUSHELS choice RED SEED WHEAT,
f r aale by E. HOPE.
1f\f\f\ f\f\t \ FEET LUMBER. Par
.UU' f 4\J\J\J ties can be ?applied at
rua?onable ratea by applying to
Sept 2 J HN E. GYLES, at Hone'? atoro.
Baker's Superior Cod Liver Oil
? ak Di ?ZEN Baker's COD LIVER OIL, for
L? sale, wholesale and retail, hy
Out 20 f E. ii. HEINITSH, Druggist.
. I III?
?1J?? D ft. CDU POD UMtf
illIU lA??J?ilUUU lilli nf
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTtJBING Oit IE S
I A WEEK.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
ELEGANT UTA TE-ROO Al ACCOMMODATIONS.
Sea Voyage IO to 12 Honra
Shorter via Charleston.
TOTA la CAPACITY, 4O.00O BALES MONTHLY.
The South Carolina Railroad Company,
AND connecting Roads West, In alliance witta the fleet of thirteen first class Steamships to |
tbe above ports, invito attention to the quick time and regular despatch afforded to the j
business public in the Cotton States at the
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Offering facilities of rail and sea transportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in
excellence and capacity at any other port. The following splendid Ocean Ste*sjers are re?
gularly on tho Hue:
TONK XV YORK.
MA NH A TT A JV, GEORGIA,
M. 8. Woodhull, Commander. . 8. Crowell. Commander.
CHAMPION, BOUTH CAROLINA,
lt. W. Lockwood, Commander. T. J. Beekett, Commander.
James Berry, Commander. J. Kennedy, Commander.
JAMES AUGER, ASHLAND,
T. J. Lockwood, Commander. - Ingram, Commander.
JAMES ADGER & CO., WAGNER. HUGER A CO.,
Agonts, Charleston, 8. 0. WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agents, Charleston, B. 0.
TO P II 1 Ii A ll K L I' II I A .
Alox. Huntor, Commander. C. Hinckley. Commander.
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agont, Charleston, 8. 0.
Hainio, Commander. Johnson, Commander.
Dutton, Commander. Sailing Days-Erery Fifth Day.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, B. 0.
Rates guaranteed as low as thoec of competing lines. Marine Insurance, one-half of one
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had at all thc principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Missis?
State Rooms may bo eccnred in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
tho steamships in Charleston, at wheeo offices in all caaes the Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Berths assigned. Ibo Throngh Tickets by this route iuolude Transfers,
Meals and State ltooni. while on shipboard.
The South Carolina Railroad, Georgia Railroad, ai.d their connecting lines, have largely j
increased their facilities lor the rapid moven mt ot Freight and Pass*neera between th*
Northern cities and the South and West Comfortable Mi-bt Cars, with the Holmes Chair,
without extra ch argo, h av? been introduced on the tum lb Carolina Railroad. First olas?
Eating Saloon at Itranebvillo. On the G< orgia Railroad fiiet elliss Fht ping Cars.
Freight promptly transferred li om hu tin er to day and night trains of tne South Carolina
Railroad. (MOBO connection made with other Roads, delivering Freights at distant points
with great promptness. The managers will use every ? xerlh n to fratisfj their patrons that
tho line ota Charleston cannot be suipnssed in f'es pu Ul. und the tafe dilivm ol goods.
For (arther information, apply to J M PELEIBK, Superintendent, Charl*eton, 8. C.; B. D
IIAHKIL, General Agent, P. O. box 4 1)79; Onice 817 Broadway, N. Y.; 8. B F?CKFNB. Genera
Passenger and Tick? t Agent, Boutb Carolina Railroad. ALFRED L. TYLER,
June 20 K'.mo vice-President Scuth Carolina Railroad, Charlo ton. 8. 0.
i joan sr o N vuruA?-iun?
THIS CORN SHELLER weighs only three p..mids, is nade of eas t iron, has a rotary
movement, and is Ibo first invention in this lino that sholls "without hiclion on the
sob," and is, therefore, the easiest operating Hand Corn Sheller in existence, ltcannot
u;et. out of order by uso, will last for years, shells all sizes of eorn ears, can be used by any
uno at first sight. It can bo fastened to a bench, chair or table, or for portable purpoaet
screwed to a small boHrd. ?hieb will answer for a seat when using tho implement. In shell
lng, tho operator grasps tho hutt of the ear nf corn with ibo left hand, nresents the sinai
und to the sheiling teeth and rotates tho sheller with thc right hand; the acute angnlai
tooth penetrating between the rows of corn close to the cob. shelling very easily and rapid
Iv; when tho ear can no longer bs? held, the projecting cob is taken bold of by the righi
hand, and tho sheller rotated with the left. As this sheller is patented on a new principle
we invite inspection, bul seldom bas such sn opportunity been ottered to energetic busi?
ness men. we are fast disporti g ot County Rights to ench men. and no others. This litth
sheller supplies a want universally felt, aa is proven by its rapid salo. Tho price-2 60
pttts it in reach of all, white and black. Agents sell from 15 to bO per day; as many as 6,12
or moro on ono farm. It will sholl from ? to G bushels per honr.
Wo bavo also the HARRISBURG POCKET SHELLER. Price 60 cents. Will shell 2 to
bushel? per hour. Parties wishing County Rights or lurthtr iufoimsiion will rddne.us al
Greenwood, S. C. CHIFLEY Si HUTCHISON,
Nov tl 12 ni o Agonts for South Carolina.
CLOCKS AND JE WELBY.
I HAVE on liaud A select
Block of WATOUEH, J EWEL
_KY, CLOCKS. KILVER and PLATED
v> AikE. which 1 will disnosii nt at mostrea
sonable prices. Also, SPECTACLES to suit
REPAIRINO in my lino done promptly and
on good tormd.
AM articles and work warrantod to bo as
represented. OEO. BRUSH,
ad door below PHIESII oflice, Main street.
BALTIMORE BRAUCH OFFICE,
Carolina Life Insurance Co.,
OF M Kif PHIS, TENN.
ASSKT.S OVKIl ... 81.050,000.
?. 0. TRIMBLE.8ecrotary.
IH8U?CS POLICIES, eli uer pariioipaLuj; i>?
non-Dartieipatiug, on ali the approved
plans of lifo insurance. All Policies uou-for
ft-itsble. A detliiitocasli surrender valuogua
ranteod on all P.dicioa aftor socoud annual
payment. Activo agents wanted.
BLACK, PORCHER A CO.,
State Agents, Columbia, H C.
J. L. BLACK, r. M r.mcneil, E. W. BEIBGLS,
Nov ll _ lino
.2i\?\ t~\t\i\ FEET OF LUMBER,
Owl ?4\.I.V/\I 15U.0U0 feet u? well soa
soiled Flooring on hind
Ordern tur Lath, and all kinds Lumber lilied
at short not co. Apoly at our Lumber Yard,
. in l,u iy streot and Oroonvillo Railroad, or
addrees W Lt ?WuY A CU ,
O-t 28 3mo Box 130, Columbia, 8. C.
W. D. LOVE.
B. B. MOGBSSBT.
DRE S S GOODS,
NEEDLE WORK SETS,
DUCHESS LACE COLLARS,
POINT LACE COLLARS.
Roman Sash Ribbons,
IN NEW DESIGNS.
IN NEW COLORS AND ALL VA III ETI KB.
WE carrv a big stock of FLANNELS and
m.,.,Vet- .Toar.H ?nd Tweeds, Cassi
mero8 and Cloths.
I bu Shawl and Cloak Department exhibits
all tho riowost styles out.
In FUSS, wo aro showing some styles which
are not to bo fonnd elsewhere.
The Btoc of Carpets, Bugs, Oil-Clotbs, Ac.,
cannot bo excollod.
Our goods are all selooted from tho best
makes. Wo guarantee all goods we sell, do
business on the ono price system, and allow
no boneo to "undersell ns."
Nov 5 W. D. LOVE A CO.
AN EN Tl UK NEW STOCK OF
^ A LOT ni fine Kentucky
Ffrfrnn MULES and BOUSES, just u-r/fOX
ived. Call at /TM
?1 fl DALY'8 STABLE?
tiet 7 On Assembly street.
i^njvwyvwvW. ->/w -y-.--0-.il- - - - gi ? ^y.*?^?"'*ws^N^V'^^^*^/^i's*w
OREA? SALE OF LAfiP.
Of the niest derirable LAND lu boutb Caro
Hum tux sale. Hitante principally in
Pieken? and Coonee C> unties.
Localities unsurpassed as
to soil aud climate.
TE BUS -Ono third cash; the remaining
two-thirds in one and two year?, with interest.
BY vir me of a decretal order of the Cou.t
of Common Pleas of Anderson Count j, to
me directed, I will, as Special Referee, oiler
fur sale, at Piokens Court House, S C., on
H ALL-DAY In Deotmber,. 1871. the following
Tracts of Land, a? the beal bstate of Samuel
Maveriok, deoeaaed, to wit:
TBAOT N . 61,
Situate on the Middle Fork of Tozaway Biver,
containing 1,000 aerea, per plat flied.
TBACT No. 47,
Described in tbe writ as situate en iocs ?see
Fork of Keowee Biver, containing 1,000 acres,
but by re-survey 1,191, as per plat filed.
TBAOT NO. 48,
Described in the writ aa situate on the Bast
side of Toxaway Iii ver, containing 668 acre?,
but by a re-survey 670, as per plat flied.
TBAOT No. 60,
Described in the writ aa on W? at alu? ?? ?Orth
Fork of Toxaway Biver, containing 662 aerea,
but by a re-survey 670 sores, as per plat flied.
TBAOT NO. 62.
Described in the writ as adjoining lands of
Abner Head and others, containing 926 acres,
but by a re survey 1,000 acres, as per plat
TBAOT NO. 61,
Situate on a branob of JooaBse* Biver and
Middle Fork of Toxaway Biver, containing 960
acres, as per plat filed.
TBAOT NO. 63,
Described in the writ as situate on branohes
of Laurel Creek and Es ta toe, containing 987.
but by a re-survey 1,010 acres, as per plat
TBAOT NO. 65,
Described in the writ as on the West ?ide of
Thompson's Creek, containing 704 acres, as
per plat fited.
TBAOT No, 49, .
Described in the writ aa situate on the Bast
side of Jo casaee Biver, and containing 886,
out by a re-survey 1,217 aerea, as per. pla?
filed. ii. ut ,t
TBAOT No. 21,
Situate on the West side of Twelve Mile Biver.
containing 808 sores, as per plat flied.
TBAOT No. 14,
On both sides of Todd's Creek, containing 678
acres, as per plat filed.
TBAOT No. 16,
On the North-west side Of Twelve Milo Elver,
containing 867 acres, united with an adjoining
TBAOT NO. 18.
Containing 12L making 8694, as per plat filed.
TBAOT No. 19,
On Shoal Creek, containing 160 acres, as per
TBAOT NO. 16,
On both sides of Todd's Oreek, containing 90
acres, aa por plat filed.
TRACT No. 44,
On waters of Big and Little Estsioe Creek,
containing 363 aores, as per plat filed.
TBAOT NO. 83,
On tbs North Fork of Mile Creek, containing
32 aores, as per plat filed.
Tn ACT No. 46,
On Big and Litt e Estatoe Bivers, containing
462 aores, as per plat tiled,
TBAOT NO. 38,
Described in the writ aa containing 332 acres,
on Crow and Coder Creeks, but by a re-survey
340 acres, as por plat filed.
TBAOT No. 31,
Described in the writ as containing 171 acres,
on Mill sud Crow Creeks, but by a re-survey
137, as per plat filed, sub-divided into A, con?
taining '?Si. and B, containing 118$ acres.
TBAOT No. 40,
Described in the writ as on Crow and Little
Jedar Creeks, and aa containing 913 acres,
but by a re-survey 457 acres, as per plat filed.
TBAOT No. 42,
>n the East side of toxaway. and both sides
of Estatu? Eivers, containing 573 acres, as per
TBAOT No. 41,
On branches of Poor and Cedar Creeks, con
toning 262 acres, aa per plat flied.
TBAOT No. 39, .
Described in the writ as on the North side of
Crow Oreek. and aa containing 246, bnt by a
re-survey 261 ac? a, as per plat filed.
TBAOT No. 86,
On branches or On gory'a. Prater's and Crow
Creeks, containing 219 acree, as per plat filed.
TBAOT No. 24,
On Prater's Creek, containing 330 aores,
united with 26 and 20 into one tract, as per
TBACT No. 25,
160 acres, and united with above tract.
TBACT No 26,
52 aores, united with above two tracts, and
containing in the ?uKngau> 242 acres.
TBACT NO. 13,
)n branches of todd's and Six Mile Creeks,
l ontaining 655 aores. as per plat flied.
TBACT NO. 17,
On Camp Creek, containing 381 acres, as per
TBACT No. 23,
In branohes of Prater'e Oreek, containing
106 acres, as per plat flit-d.
TBACT No 35,
On both sides of Mill Creek, containing 115
acres, as per plat flied. ?
TBAOT NO. 12,
On both sides of Six Mile Creek, containing
by recent survey 827 acres, a? per plat flied.
TBAOT NO. 22,
On Shoal, Rogers' and Oraesy Fork Creeks,
containing 92? acres, ?uh-divided into tracts
A and B-A containing 425 aores, and B con?
taining 493. as per plat flied.
TBACT No. 28,
On East side of Keoweo Biver, containing 208
acres, aa per plat filed.
TBAOT NO. 27,
On branches of One Mile and Six Milo Creeks,
containing 524 acres, ae per plat filed.
TBAOT NO. 32,
On branches of Crow and Mile Creeks, con?
taining 178 aores, aa per plat filed.
TBAOT No 34,
Vdjoining landa o? Hoben Morgan, William
Newton and others, containing 29 acres, aa
per plat field.
TBAOT NO. 37,
Deaoribed in the writ as OD a prong of Gre?
gory's Creek and Twelve Milo Hiver, contain?
ing 424, but by a re-survey 443 acres, as per
plat filed. '
TBAOT No. ll,
On East branohes of Six Mile Creek, contain?
ing 521 acres, as per plat filed.
TBBKB or bau-One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, the remaining two
birds to be divided into two equal annual in
nt almonte, to be paid in one and two years,
with interest on the whole amount from the
day of sale, to be paid annually-an* pur
Jbaser bei^g permitted to pay the whole
amount, or any part thereof exceeding one
bird in oasb, on day of sale, if desirable; pur?
chasers to enter into bond with two or more
good and sufficient sureties for the purchase
money; the titles to be executed, but not de?
livered until the whole amount of the pur?
chase money is paid.
W, W. HUMPHREYS.
AvnxBSOV, 8. C. October 26.1871. Nov 24
Black fie Waring,
'Successors of H. E. Nichols A Co. and of
Cash (ft Waring, j
General Insurance Agents,
COLUMBIA. ?. C.
REPRESENT tbefoUowing well-established
and most reliable Companies:
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY, or?
ganised 1810. Assets over $1.600,000.
NORTH BRITISH AND M RUGAN 1 ILE IN?
SURANCE GO., organised 1809. Assetu over
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO., organ?
ised 1852. Aasets over $2.000.000.
GEORGIA HOME INSURANCE CO., organ
zed 1859. As ets over $760,000.
ANDES INSURANCE OO., organized 1870.
?OUTiiEUIi LIFE XN8TJUANCS CO. ~
janlzed 1666. Assets over $1,200.000.
The reputation wbioh these' Companies
lave established for prompfnen?, solidity and
north is the host guarantee of security and
Be sure to i usure with
Nov 5 Imo_BLACK A WARING.
Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Co.
THE annual meeting of the Stockholders of
this Company will bs held at tho offlce,
No. 51 Now street, !n tbs eity of Na? ??>ir.
New York, on MONDAY, tbe 4th day of De?
cember, 1871, at 2 o dock P. M., for the elec?
tion of offioers for the ensuing year, and for
snob other business as maybe brought before
me meeting. J. M. COLLINGWOOD,
Nov 18 Secretary