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BUI CXDK-ITALIAN PARLIAMENT- C OKMUN
?3T8 EX KOUTBD- ILLNESS IN THE KO YAL
FAMILY, AO., ?0.
LUZERNE, SWITZERLAND, November 27.
GOD nt Gery u i to, Bon-io-law of ox-Qa oe n
Isabella, of Spain, oommitted suicide in
PARIS, November 27.-Bishop Dopan
loop publishes a letter containing the
sentiments expounded by Gambetta io
. bia apeeoh recently delivered at St. Quen?
ROME, November 27.-The Parliament
waa' convened. King Victor Emanuel
spoke, and said Italy waa restored to
herself; she had reconquered her place
in the world; he was convinced Rome
would remain the seat of the Pontificate.
Panis, November 28.-A despatch
from Versailles officially announces that
several executions had taken plaoe, and
Rossel and two of his Communist com?
panions were shot
LONDON, November 28.-The latest
official bulletin says the Prinoe of Wales'
condition ia unexpectedly favorable. He
slept last night. The fever ia abating, i
The illness of Princess Alexandre ia not
PARIS, November 28.-At 6 o'clock,
Rossell, Ferre and Bourgeois were taken
from their calls, under a large guard, to
the outskirts of Camp Satory. A hollow
square waa formed, at one end of which
the condemned were placed. The beha?
vior of these men was most courageous.
Ferre refused to be blindfolded. At 7
o'clock the company advanced, and level?
ing their muskets, at' the word fired.
Rossell waa killed instantly. The others
were not so fortunate, and writhed to the
ground, when the soldiers, obeying or?
ders, gave them & coup de grace with pis?
tols. The bodies were plaoed in plain
coffin B. 8,000 troops witnessed the exe-?
oution. The sensation ia profound.
Yoong BcsseH's death is lamented, even
by those who doomed that the interests
of the country demanded it.
MADRID, November 28.-Gen. Sickles
married Miss Oceaoh, and departed for
MEXICAN AND COBAN MATTERS-MORMON
TROUBLES - CATHOLIC CHILDREN EX?
PELLED FROM SCHOOL-REDEMPTION OF
SIXTY-TWOS-RESIGNATION OF MAYOR
MALL-COURT MARTIAL AND EXECUTION
-CHOLERA DISAPPEARING, AO., AO.
HAVANA, November 27.-Shortly after
parade yesterday, the volunteers assem?
bled, and soon assumed large propor?
tions; one body, numbering several hun?
dred, assembled before the palace, an-:
other facing the theatre and a third
around the jail, all demanding the re?
lease of the yoong men implicated in
the destruction of Gonsolo Castanon's
grave. The crowd of volunteers run?
ning through streets wore ordered to
join their companions. Shoats of death
to traitors wero given.
Aoting Captain-General Crespo posi?
tively refused to deliver np the prisoners,
stating that the law must take its course.
About ll, the volunteer officers got their
men in order and under full control, bat?
talion after battalion, marching towards
the jail, and at 2 o'olook this morning, a
ooart-martial, oomposed of the officers
of tho regular and volunteer forces, as?
sembled tc try the prisoners. Tho court
martial is in session. The result is not
known. The city is quiet. The volun?
teers continuo guarding the jail, await?
ing the resuic of the trial.
NEW ORLEANS, November 28.-Mata?
moros dates of the 27th state that the
revolutionists, ander General Trevino,
attacked Saltillo on the 25th, and that
fighting waa still going on. General
Booba whs advancing from San Louis
Potosi, with strong Government, forces,
and was within aiding distance. Tre?
vino is reported short of ammunition.
Communication has been interrupted
entirely beyond Mier. 300 reinforce?
ments for Matamoras are expected by
sea from Yera Croz.
TERRS HAUEE, IND., November 27.
Hon. Daniel W. Voorbees, in a card pub?
lished in the Journal, of thie city, pro?
poses an important Democratic party
movement He says: "I keenly appre?
ciate the importance of an authoritative
expression of principles which are to
gnida as in the future as in the post It
should be morie at an early day, in order
that the organization shall be perfeoted
and confidence restored in time for the
approaching campaign. This, however,
should be in the shape of a National
Convention, embracing delegates from
all the States.
i ."I am in favor of calling ouch a con?
vention at some central point in the
West, on a day not later than the 22d of
February next The call should be issued
by the National Executive Committee,
and delegates should be appointed by
State and district conventions. The
business of this body should be to care*
folly and patiently weigh all views laid
boforo it, to agree npou and publish a
definite declaration of principles upon
ail matters affecting the political charac?
ter and safety of our free institutions.
This being done, it should adjourn to a
day fixed for nominating candidates for
the Presidency. In the meantime, the
people of the States can discuss and ap?
prove or disapprove of what has been
"It would be tho duty of all Democrats
taking part in politics to submit to the
voice of the majority. If there are such
as prefer their own conviction even to
the platform of the National Convention,
they can step aside in quiet, without em?
barrassing auvbody else. Let us, how?
ever, have political as well as personal
harmony, and suooess is within our roaoh.
If the entire Democratic vote can bo
consolidated, inspired with enthusiasm,
and brought to tho polls, Gen. Grant
cannot be re-elected. It was the voters
of our party that stayed at home on the
date of the late election which wrought
auch a wide-spread defeat There is no
increase of the Republican vote. I make
the above suggestions knowing that it is
entirely practicable, and that it meets an
urgent demand of the present crisis. I
shall respectfully urge it upon the Na?
tional Executive Committee, and ask for
it the favorable consideration of conser?
vative men everywhere."
HAVANA, November 28.-Special re?
porta state that eight students were
found guilty and santonoed to death.
Two negroes were immediately shot for
killing a volunteer captain. Business
has beeu suspended.
t A Matamoras speoial, of the 27th,
atys 4,000 Government troops aro near?
ing Saltillo, to raise the siege. Cortina
had appropriated the pay of the troops
at Camargo to himself, causing a revolt
A general revolt against tho Government
in expeoted on the first December.
? ??"liri '? ? ?. -I -*?... 1_
mri . ti, Milli J. . .1 i V
NBWYOBK, November ,28,-,-Gonnelly
aa unabated. They had not seen the
snn einoe the 17th. Another lana Bilde
had occurred, whereby four were loot.
Orson Pratt preached nt the Tabernacle,
yesterday, saying the Mormon people
would. not give np polygamy, or any
part of the Mormon religion, for any
Government. [Loud o rios, "That's so
we won't."] ?, . i
Forty Catholic children hare been ex?
pelled from the school, at 'Hunter's
Point, for refusing to read- the Bible.
The. Kansas Sunday Timea publishes
eleven columns of letters from promi?
nent men in Missouri, endorsing a pas?
sive Democratic polioy. '
H. M. King, ? negro lawyer, arrested,
for bigamy, ba8 fled-forfeiting hisv
bonds. His vhite wife attempted to
commit suicide, yesterday.
MILWAUKEE, November 28.-Reports
from the Northern Pacido Railroad say
the thermometer was twenty-three j
degrees below zero, and trains had been
WASHINGTON, November 28.-A very
brief Cabinet meeting was held to-day.
The Treasurer of the United States
sends checks to-night for $8,000,000 of
ooin to partioB who have sent sixty-twos
The charge against Prosser, postmaster
at Nashville, for prosecuting claims
while a member of Congress, is dis?
It is snowing heavily.
with rain, will probably prevail by
Wednesday morning from Virginia to
New Jersey, with snow on- Lakes Erie
sod Ontario. North-east winds will pre?
vail iu the Middle ond Eastern States,
veering to the North on Lake Ontario
and North-west from Lake Huron to
Georgia, and Westward. An area of
olear weather, with oold North-westerly
winds, will probably advance from the
upper Missouri Eastward reaching to
Miohigan and Illinois on (Wednesday.
Cautionary signals are ordered for Oswe
go, Rochester, Buffalo, New Haven and
Milwankie, and will oontinne at Cleve?
land, Toledo and Chicago.
w- v,..... vr"-1-_ oo n,-.r>-wO!?'n
iii" IQUK) iiuivuiuDi ?wr J!/uui?l?J w
bail is still short.
Thirteen new btnall-pox cases reported
since Monday noon.
. It is believed Mayor Hall has resigned.
HAVANA, November 28.-Eight of the
medical students tried by court martial
.for violating the grave of Gen. Gaatonon
were sentenced to death this morning,
and executed this afternoon. They met
their fate with resignation, and ex?
pressed sorrow for committing the act
for which, they died.
ST. LOUIS, November 28.-Herman
Lendemaoc, editor of the Zeitung, is
PHILADELPHIA, November 28.-The
Alexis ball occurs at the Academy of
Music. Subscription to tho festivities,
SALT LAKE, November 28. -The Union
Pacific passenger train was twenty-seven
boars late. The snow is very deep in
HALIFAX, November 28.-The cholera
bas disappeared. All tho patients are
rapidly, recovering.- The infected'dis?
trict is still quarantined. The Seventy
eighth regiment of Highlanders sailed J
QUEBEC, November 28.-Tho thermo?
meter is ten degrees below zero.
CHARLESTON, November 28.-Arrived
steamship Golf Stream, Philadelphia;
schooner Emma C. Rommel, New York.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, November 28.
Columbia Hotel-St. J. Ravenel, D. W.
Mustard, Mrs. J. A. Blom, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dingle, J. H. Averill, W. G.
Tyson, J. ll. Thames, Charleston; C.
Appleby, N. Y. ; J. Moldwoll, "Winns
boro; J. G. Thompson, W. M. French,
Beaufort; J. G. Harrison, Baltimore; S.
W. Maurice, Kingstroo; A. Belcher, St.
Croix; J. K. Livingston, H. H. Newton,
Bennettsville; R. K. Charter, S. C.; T.
R. Bass, Marion; J. F. C. DuPro, L. D.
Whitlock, Abbeville; M. Moses, Mrs. M.
Moses, Miss M. Moses, Spartanbarg.
dickerson House-John A. Barker,
Ed gefiel d; Mrs. Julia Rainey, J. D.
Witherspoon, R. B. Lowery, John T.
Lowery, W. B. Byers, York; J. A. Sad?
ler, Charlotte; W. J. Dross well and wife,
S. C.; W. B. Wilson, J. B. Smith, J. F.
Hart, Yorkville; A. F. Fowell, Rook
Hill; Rev. F. Milton Kennody, S. 0.
Conference; E. T. Rembert, Maysville;
E. C. Mills, Baltimore; R. Moorman,
Newberry; Miss A. M. Hager, Salem;
Miss Ida Langdon, Lincolnton; Samuel
Lander, Spartanbarg; E. S. Hably, B.
R. R. li. ; L. M. Gauthen, S. C. Confer?
ence; O. A. Darling, Greenville; J. J.
Ward, Darlington; J. T. Williams, New
York; J. R. Chatham, Helena,
Col. S. L. Fremont, for so many years
past identified with tho interests of the
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, has
resigned his position of Engineer and
Superintendent of that road, and will
henceforth devote all of his energies to
furthering the prosperity of the Wil?
mington, Charlotte and Rutherford Rail?
road, of which he has also been the Su?
perintendent for more than a year past.
Capt. John F. Divino, for a long time
past an earnest and efficient servant of
the company, has been ohosen by the
Board of Directors to fill the vacancy
made by Col. Fremont's resignation.
South Carolina Bank and Trnst Co.
COLUMBIA. 8. C., November 28, 1871.
THIS Bank will be closed on THURSDAY
next, 80th instant. All papor maturing
on that day must be anticipated.
_Npv 28 1_LO. BO AT fl. Cashier.
Citizens' Savi?gs Hank of South Caro?
Coni'iiniA, November 28, 1871.
THURSDAY, th? 30th instant, being sot
aside as "Thanksgiving Day." all papor (
falling duo at this bauk on that day must be i
provided for to-day. J. 0. B. SMITH,
Nov 29 _Assistant Caahior.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK.
COLUMBIA, November 28,1871.
THURSDAY, tho 80th instant, hoing a day
appointed for thanksgiving, will be ob?
served by this Bank SB a oloae holiday. All
Notos and Acceptances falling duo on that
day ahonld bo attended to on the day pre?
vious. W. B. G ULICK, Cashier.
Nov 29 _ 1
Prepare for Thanksgiving.
YOU can do so
by oalling at Mc
K KN ZI FAS and
I Applo, Peach and
of all kinds. Ba?
A splendid lot of
fresh Figs, in cartoons and fancy boxes; now
Raisina, Nuts, Ac, Ac. Main st root. Nov 29 2
F1D?IIC1?1 and Commerc?l. ;}
COLUMBIA, S. O., November 28.-Sales
of cotton, to-day, 48 bales-middling
LONDON, November 28-Noon.-Con?
sol 93%. Bonds 91%. I <
FRANKFORT, November 28.-Bonds
FABIO, November 28.-Rentes 56f. 52o.
LIVERPOOL, November 28-Noon.
Cotton opened firm -uplands 9%; Or?
leans 10; chipping at Savannah cr
Charleston 9)1(09%; the sales yesterday
reached 26,000 bales.
LTVKBPOOL, November 28-Evoning.
Cotton closed firm. Yarna and ?abrios
at Manchester steady.
NEW YOBS, November 28-Noon.
Salea of cotton for. futnro delivery, last
a vening, 6,400 bales, at the following
Agares: December 18 11-10, 18%; Janu?
ary 18%, 18 18-16, 18%', February
Pl91-16, 19rMaroh April 19%; May
19%. Stocks dull and heavy. Gold
doll, at 10%@11. Governments dall
bat steady. State booda steady and
dall. Money firm, at 6@7. Exchange
-long 9; short 9%. Floor quiet and
unchanged. Wheat quiet and steady.
Corn a abade firmer. Pork quiet, at
18.00. Cotton easier-uplands 19% ; Or?
leans 19%; sales 2,000 bales. Freights!
7 P. M.-Cotton dall; sales 2,632 bales |
-uplands 19; Orleans 19%. Floor dull
and ? jolining-common to fair extra !
6.70(^7.30; good to choice email@example.com.
Whiskey active, at 94%(gl95. Wheat un?
settled and 2@3o. lower-winter red
Western 1.58@l.G0. Corn closed firm
and aotive, at 77%(3)78. Rioe firm. Fork
firmer, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard closed
1 dall-kettle 9%. Freights quiet. Money
5@6. Sterling 8%@8%. Gold 10%@
10%. Governments a fraotion off-62s
11%. States steady; new Sooth Caro?
linas rather heavy. Tennessees 66%;
new 65%. Yirginiaa 03%; new 68.
Louisianas 66; new 68; levees 80; 8s 74.
Alabamas 1.00; 6s 66. Georgias 80; 7s
82%. North Carolinas 36; new 16.
South Carolinas 17; (?) new 36%. Sales
cf fstares, to-day, 8,100 bales, as fol?
lows: November 18%, 18 9-16; Decem?
ber 18 9-16, 18%; January 18%, 18%;
February 18 16-16, 18%, 19; March
19 3-16, 19%; April 19 *?, 19 6-16, 19%.
CINOINNATI, November 28.-Pork de?
mand light and holders firm-old 12.60;
new 12.76. Kettle lard 8%. Clear rib
bacon 7%. whiskey 90.
ST. LOUIS, November 28.-Whiskey
unchanged, at 89%. Bacon-clear sides
MOBILE, November 28.-Cotton dall
middling 18%; receipts 1,448 bales; sales
600; stock 40,639.
AUGUSTA, November 28.-Cotton
oasier-middling 17%; receipts 900
bales; sales 800.
PHILADELPHIA, November 28.-Cotton
SAVANNAH, November 28.-Cotton
aotive and prioss lower-middling 18%;
reooipts 3,937 bales; sales 2,100; stock
BOSTON, November 28.-Cotton dall
middling 19%; receipts 435 bales; sales
300; stock 7,600.
NEW ORLEANS, November 28.-Corn
soarce, at 70@73-held %o. higher.
Baoon shoulders 7%@8. Lard dull and
lower-ohoice 9@9%; keg 10%@10%.
Sugar steadier-inferior 5@6%; com?
mon to good common 6%@7% ; fair to
tally fair 7%@9%; prime 9>$@10. Mo?
lasses firm-inferior 20@25; common
26j??; prime 89@43; strictly prime to
ohoice 44@48. Cotton dall add lower
middling 18%@18%; receipts 6.660;
sales 6,500; stook 124,316.
MEMPHIS, November 28.-Cotton dnll
and nominal-middling 18%; reoeipts
WILMINGTON, November 28.-Cotton
qaiet-middling 18; receipts 103; eales
113; stook 3,040.
GALVESTON, November 28.-Cotton
qaiet-good ordinary 16%; receipts
1,346 bales; sales 1,600; stock 32,900.
BALTIMORE, November 28.-Floor
steady. Wheat dnll. Corn dall-white
63@73; yellow 65@71. Oats steady.
Provisions and whiskey nnohanged.
Cotton dull and tending down-mid?
dling 18%@18%; receipts 817 bales;
sales 210; stook 5,623.
NORFOLK, November 28.-Cotton
quiet-low middling 17%; reoeipts 1,718
bales; sales 150; stock 6,381.
CHARLESTON, November 28.-Colton
qaiet-middling 18%(?)18% ; receipts
1,819 bales; sales 800; stock 31,465.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK.
COLUMBIA, H. C., Novomber 28 1871.
npHIS Bank will not opon on THURSDAY,
JL 80th instant. All ?otes and drafts ma?
turing on that day will be duo and payablo
on tho provious day, as provided by law.
Nov 29 1 A. G. BRENIZER, Oaahior.
The Royal Family.
PBINCE88 BOYAL, born November 21,
Princo of Wales, born November 9,1811.
FrinoeaB Alice, born April lc. 1843.
Frince Alfred, born August 6,1844.
FrinoosB Holona, born May 25, If lil.
Princess Louisa, born March 18, 1848.
Princo Arthur. born May 1, 1850.
Prince Leopold, born April 7,1853.
Prinoess Boatrico, boru April 14,1857.
Tho Crowning Glory of all is tho "QUEEN'S
The Blood of the Nation made puro by
using HEINITSH'S "QUEEN'S DELIGHT"
and his BLOOD and LIVER PILLS.
Nov 29 t
A Home in Georgia.
BEING about to change my buainoBB, I now
offer my beautiful Country Roeidenco,
with ita surroundings, for salo AT A BAB
GAIN, looated nino milos Weat of Hawkina
ville, in Pulaski County, Ga. 335 acres of
land, two-1 hil da cleared, upon which ia a nice
now framod dwelling, with dining-room and
kitchen attached, in modern stylo, with wator
and servants' houBOB conveniently looated.
Alao, a nico new framed store-house, A GOOD
COUNTRY STAND, shout forty yards from
the dwelling; new framod gin-house, with
new "Pratt" Gin and Rubber Band, and
Craig's new patent boroo power attached; a
good wooden screw, crib, barn, stables, tcnl
oueo, and six comfortable tenants' houses.
Tho placo is well watered, Cedar Crook run?
ning through ono of the lot?; woll at yard and
horse lot; Boil good, and no healthier place
can bo found in Middle Georgia. Cash prioe
of placo as above described $4,000. Would
accept time payment from a good purchaser.
Will also soil with tho place, if desired, corn,
fodder, horses, mules, hogs, farming, oarpon
tors' tools, wagons, oto. Address
W. C. HARVARD,
One Punoheon Lochgilphead.
THE best SCOTCH WHISKEY. Dealers
can havo it noarly at cost.
Nov 15 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta R. R.
WILMINGTON, COLOMBIA ANO AUG URTA R. B.,
WILMINGTON, N. C., November 25,1871.
THE Train recently advertised to rnn be?
tween Columbia and tho Wateroo River,
will, on and aftor this dato, bo discontinued
until further notice. JOHN C. WINDEE,
Nov 28 I_Superintendent.
PLANTERS can have SEED BARLEY at
$1.25 por bushel, Tornas cash.
8opt23 JOHN C. SEEGERS.
IxaJTBW OjUOT^Tluife OF^?oOTTHKKN SB-'
oujuxjJts ZN OHABIIXSTON, 8.0--Corrected,
November 27. 1871, bj ?
Baoker and Broker, No. 25 Broad street
Names of Securities. Raie In. Off'd Asked.
North?|?toIina,old..., 0'.... 88
N. Carolina, new. 6 - 20
Sontb Carolina, old.... 6 .
S. Oar olin a, new. 6 .
8. 0. reg'd stock, ex in. 6 .
Georgia, new, (gold)... 7 .... 92
Georgia, new. 7 .... 91
Georgia. 6 .... 80
Tennessee, old. 6 .... CG
Tennessee, new.. . 6 .-.-?.. 66
Alabama.V. 8 100
Alabama. 5 .... .70
Atlanta, Ga., bonds.... 8 .... 88
Atlanta, Ga., bonds.... 7 _ 78
Angosta, Ga.,bonds... 7 .... 88
Charleston stock. 6 .... 6b
jOharl'n Fire Loan b'ds 7 .... 71
Columbia, 8. C., bonds 6 .... 60
Columbas, Go., bonds. 7 .... 73
Macon, Ga., bonds- 7 .... 75
Mobile, Ala. 8 .... 80
Mobile, Ala. 6 _ 68
Montgomery, Ala. 8 82
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
j old... 6 56 58
" new.. 6 54 CG
" endorsed 6 60
Nashville, Tenn. 6 _ 62
Savannah,Ga., bonds. 7 .... 87
Wilmington, N. 0. 8 _ 76
Wilmington, N. 0. 6 _ 72J?
BA TT.no A rt BONDS,
Atlantio an'?. Golf. 7 _ 80
B. B. H., 1st mortgage 7 .... 52
Contrai Georgia.. 7 95
Charleston and Bavan.. 6 .... 65
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 7 .... 82
Oherawand Darlington 8 .... 90
Oheraw&Dar.,2dmort 7 _ 72
Ohesap'ke & Ohio, gold 6 _ 94
East Tennessee, Virgi?
nia, endorsed. 6 .... 68
East Tennessee and
Georgia, endorsed.. 6 .... 65
Georgia Railroad. 7 95
Green. & Col.. 1st mor. 7 _ 95
Green. & O., State guar 7 _ 55
\_. TOOL.* U. oui., ?.u u.\s.t> . .... lu
Laurena. 7 .... 50
Macon and Augusta,
1st mortgage. 7 .... 85
Macon and Augusta,
(1st mort.,) guar. by
Georgia Railroad... 7 _ 92
Maoon and Brunswick,
guaranteed by State
of Georgia. 7 - 75
Memphis & Charleston. 7 80 85
Mississippi Central, 1st
mortgage. 7 .... 85
Mississippi Central, 2d
mortgage. 8 70 75
Mississippi & Tonnes
Bee, 1st mortgage... 7 .... 85
Mississippi & Tennes?
see, consolidated.... 8 .... 75
Mobilo and Girard, 1st
mortgsge. 8 88
Mobile & Montgomery,
gold, 1st mort., end. 8 .... 95
Montgomery and West
Point, 1st mortgage. 8 84
Moscogee, Ga. 7 85
Nashville and Chatta?
nooga, endorsed.... 6 .... 72
North-Eastern 1st mort. 8 _ 91
Nor th-East ern,'2d mort. 8 _ 83
Pensacola & Georgia,
1st mortgage. 7 - 40
Sov. & Char., 1st mort. 7 - 75
Sav. & Char., State goa 7 - 60
Snv. & Char., 2d mort. 8 _ 70
Sooth Oarl'a, 1st mort. 7 - 87
South Carolina. 7 _ 67
South Carolina. 6 _ 67
Spartanburgand Union 7 40
Western Alabama, 2d
mortgage, endorsed. 8 .... 93
BAJXLROAX) STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf.100 - 25
Angosta & Savannah.. 100 - 86
Central Georgia.100 _ 117
Charlotte, Col. &Aag.. 100 - 40
Georgia. 100 97 ..
Green, and Col. R. B.. 20 - 2
Maoon and Augusta... 100 .... 40
Macon and Western... 100 - 110
Memphis & Charleston. 25 7 %
North-eastern. 50 .... 10
Savannah & Charleston 100 _ 20
S. C. R. R. Bhares. 100 _ 34
S. C. R. R. & B'k shares 125 _ 34
Sonth-western Georgia 100 90 ....
Peop'a N'l B'k Oharl'n,
capital 8750,000. 100 ....-105
1st Nat'l Bank Ghsrl'n
capital 8500,000. 100 .... 125
S, C. Loan & Trost Co. 100 _100
Oaro. Nat. Bank, Col'a,
capital 8200,000. 100 100 -
Central National Bank,
Col'a, cap'l 8100,000 100 100 -
Nation'l B'k of Chester,
capital $50,000. 105
Nat'l B'k of Newberry,
Nat'l B'k Spartanburg,
S. C. Bank & Trust Co.
capital 8200,000. 100 - 100
Bank of Charleston.... 100 - 21
Union Bank S. C. 50 - 50
People's Bank So. Ca. 4
Plan. & Me. Bank S.O. 25 .... 23
Bank of Newberry. 25 .
Bank of Camden. 50 .
Charleston Gas Co.... 25 - 20
Oharl'n City R.R. stock 50 - 54
GranitevilloMan.Co... 100 114 ...
G. & O. R. cert, indeb. 54
N. E. R. R., cert, indobt. 65
Mt. Pleasant and Sulli?
van's Island Forry Co. 100 - par I
Virginia State Coupons .... 40
Tflnnessee " " .... 60
City Mur freest ?oro .? - 80
City of Nashville coup's .... 80
City Charleston cer. in. par
City of Memphis coup. 75 ...
N. E. R. R. prof. stook. 38
S. &U. R. past due conp- 40 ...
0. &8. R. past due coup.... 40 ...
New York sight.M off par
8. O. BANK BTTiT.3.
?Bank of Charleston.
Bank of Camden. 15
Bank Georgetown. 1
Bank of S. 0. 5
Bank of Chester. 13
Bank of Hamburg. 18
Bank of Nowberry. 12
Bank of tho State of
8. C., prior to'61. 20
" issue '61 and '62_ 20
?Pl. & Meo. Bank Chai n.
?Peoplo's Bank Chari'n.
?Union Bank Charles'n.
*S. W. R. R. Bank, old.
?S.W. R. R. Bank, new.
State Bank, Charleston- 4
Farmera'Ex. B'kOhaf. ..v. 2 ....
Exchange Bank, Oolam .... 5 ....
j Oom'I Bank, of Oolam_ 5
Merob. Bank of Oheraw .... 8 ....
Planters Bank Fairfield .... 8 ....
8.0. bills receivable. 95 ....
Charleston change bills. 95 ....
JfcifcV Bills marked thus (*) are being
redeemed at the counter of above office.
Itt?SES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Colonade'Jtow, Vendue Range,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
Scotch, Fig and American Bar Iron,
KEEP constantly on hand a fall supply of I
In store, 100 tons EGLINTON PIO.
STUDYING tho wants of oar customers, we
ors constantly receiving
New, Tasty and Desirable Goods.
?To show -them, wo open, this week, a Urge
stock of FURS, ranging in prloe from Sito
j WOO por set.
Somo new and knobby styles Misses and
Children's knit woolen Sacks, Talmas and
Cloaks; Ladles' and Misses' Water-proof
Oloaka; Ladies' Cloth Cloaks, in neweat styles.
Laces and Embroideries.
Muon attention has been devoted to this
department, and Ladies will find a most beau?
Our Dress Goods Stock
Haa beon fully replenished for the winter and
at reduced prices.
Passementerie Silk Trimming.
Something new and novel, in all widths.
Owing to our iaoreaaed trade thia fall, we
bave roploniahed all the depart mon ta with
first class goods, and are selling at the ?ame
Which have given our house auoh a popular
reputation. W. D. LOVE A CO.
W. D. LOVE.
D. B. MoOREERY._ Nov 26
Pipes! Pipes ll
nCif\f\ INDIA.N CLAY PIPES, for
mVJKJVJ sale low to dealers.
Nov 23_JOHN O. BEEPERS.
Bargains ! Bargains i !
A SMALL eoloction of choice DRY GOODS
and FANCY ARTICLES, will bo rotailed at a
sacrifico until disposed of. Those are bar
gaina. Call at tho little atoro if yon wish
little prioea. C. F. JACKSON,
Nov 24_Main street.
FOR tho winter season, I will brew all
DOUBLE 8TRONO BEEB. Drink
Scegera' unadulterated Double Strong ileer,
and yon get the worth of your money. This
Boer ia alao put cp in bottles, and for sale at
tl.50 per dozen.
1 have alao received a supply of the justly
celobrated PANCAKE-regarded tho beat I
Chewing Tobacco. JOHN 0. 8EEOEB8.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't contain Cocooulua Indiens Fish
Berries to make sleepy or headaohe.
WE have received a large supply of the
following gooda, which wo are offering
at low pricea:
Whole, half and quarter boxea RAISINS,
Nov 23_JOHN AGNEW A SON.
THE undersigned have formed a partner?
ship in the practico of law, under the
style of i
mos dc THOMAS.
And will give careful consideration and at?
tention to any business entrusted to their
charge. OfDce at Bauakett's building, on
Law Range. 1
JAMES H .SION. JOHN P. THOMAS. ]
COLUMPIA, S. C., November 16,1871. c
Nov 21_6mo I
Just Received, !
A LAROE stock of fashionable
light CARRIAGES. Prices low, at
W. E. GREEN FIELD'S
Carriage Repository, corner Aaaembly and
Lady streets._ No
Stovall's Excelsior Mills Flour.
, WE keep large anppliea of thia CELE- 1
BRATED FLO CB, which we seU at ?
^aawholesalo or retail, and warrant the 1
quality. J. A. HENDRIX A BRO.,
Nov ll Imo Columbia, 8. O.
?j DOZEN AXES. <
1\_P\J 40 balee Bagging.
200 bundlcB Arrow Tics. t
20 dosen Railroad Shovels. C
200 uaira Trace Chains.
Just recoived and for Bale at lowest market
prices. L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and c
?tubbo in genoral that I have c
nat returned from the North, t
V ^mmi ^and am now prepared to fur- j
ni?h aU in want of GUNS, Rides and Repeat- 1
ere, of latest styles and beat qualities, Am?
munition and Sportsmen's Apparatus, of all
kinds aud descriptions, at reduced prices.
REPAIRING done at ahort notioe.
Nov S P. W. KRAFT. Main atreet.
To the. Ladies.
THE PRIZE MEDAL waa
awarded to Mrs. C. E. REED,
Main atreet, Columbia, for the
boat HATS at the Fair of the
South Carolina Agi cultural and
Mechanical Society. She also bas
-a full supply of BONNETS, Hats.
Ribbons, Flowers, Hair, Fura, Cloaks, and
everything usually kept in a firat citas Milli?
nery Eatabliuhment. The Ladies of Colum?
bia and elaewhere will pleaae call and see for
themselves. Orders solicited. Prices re?
O. M. THOMPSON & CO.,
- ^ HAS on hand tho
pw\ largeat, moat faah
LV ionablb,stylish, du-^HBHBJB^ |(
\0 ^aB^B>rable and ohoapoBt,*Sflr?*~ ~~
stock ot BOOTS and SHOES in the State, AU
A complete assortment of Gent's, Boya' and
Children^ HATS and CAPS. NOV C[Ano
_ A LOT of fine Kentuoky
MULES and HORSES, juatar-J
W rived. Call at J
SslaaO* DALY'S STABLEST
Oot 7 _ _ On Aaaembly street.
NEW York PIG HAMS, email size.
Fulton Markot Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork, and a full atook or choice
family OROCERIES, for sale low for caBh, at
Nov 24_f_Main atreet^ | i
BUSHELS choioe RED SEED WHEAT,
tor aale by_ E. HOPE.
BARRELS of LIME, for sale low by
JOHN AGNEW A SON.
, ?... . V .
PieU?u Fruit? mad Vegetables.
1 KA DOZEN, In glass ?Ad cac?, of the
LeJv/ choicest kinda, aa follow?: English
Piccahli and Obow Obow; California Apricots
aud Bartlett Pearn; Pia? ?polea, freah 1'each
e?i Ploma, Strawberrier Tomatoes, Oreen
Corn, Asparagus, Bpaniab Olives. Copera'
Woroeater Sanee, Freneh and English Moa
tard, Dessicated Cocoanut, Chocolato Peate,
Estenos Coffee, Ao ; all fresh and for sale low
for oaab. E. HOPE.
All oar OOODS NEV?I All FRESH! All
FASHIONABLE! All, everything that we
deal in is of the beat quality, and at th? low?
est prices, and guaranteed.
"Our trade for the whole season'' nearly
We keep the largest collection of the follow?
ing goods in the South:
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, BUGS.
Cornices, Blankets, Flannels, Bleached Cot?
ton, Pantaloon Gooda, Joana, Caaaimorea,
Cloths, Prints, Shirtinga, Dress Gooda, Silks,
Merinos, Delaines, Alpacas, Notions, Small
Ware, Willow Waro, Trunks, BootB, 8hoes,
Hats and Caps. Millinery, Laoea, Embroider?
ies, Furs, Feathers and Flowers.
All theae at wh?leaale and retail. And our
The beat of tho kind in the 8TATES.
B. C. SHIVER A CO.
n. g. SHIVEB._DAVID JONES.
Wood'. Wood II Wood!!!
fTUIE undersigned bega leave to notify the
X oitisena of Columbia that he has, thia
day, established a WOOD YARD, at the
Charlotte Depot, juat below, or baok of Mr.
Hamberg'a Store, where he has, and will en?
deavor to keep on baud, an inexhaustible
supply of choice Oak, Dry Fine aud Light?
wood, whioh bo will sell, and deliver any?
where within the city limita, at the regular
market prices. For convenience, I nave
made arrangements to have ordere left at the
store of Mr. Agnew's, in front of tho H tato
Houae, and at the store of J. A. Hendrix.
Parties leaving orders will please state the
quality and quantity wanted, with their ad?
dress and place of residence. Prompt atten?
tion and good measure guaranteed.
In order that bayera may know that they
are receiving good meaaure, I have all my
Wood corded, BO that all parties can inspect
tor themselves; and I would prefer having
them do ao before purchasing.
I will also, as soon a? poaaible, have on
hand a good supply of tho different qualitiea
3f Coal, Brick, Granite, L?ne, Lumber, Laths,
Shingles, Poet, Sash and Blinds, Doora, Ac
Part ios having Lumber, Wood, Shingles,
Post, Ac. ao desiring, can ship and have
them sold on commission at a liberal rate.
Ikmtxaotoro, meohanios and boildora gene?
rally wonld do well to call, before making
their arrangementa elaewhere.
Nov 2* ._M. A. PENN.
Get the Best,
00 TO THE BEST PLACE.
fm? WE olaim to have one of the finest
jfTV a tocks of WATCHES, of aU best Eng
Kdaahab, Swiss and American makora. With
Diamonds and other fine Jewelry, our etock !
s large, and we are going to sell the Oooda.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in all
iranches, by the best of workmen.
Nov 19_Formerly Glaze A Radcliffe.
Toys, Candies, &o.
TOYS of all kinda and descriptiona, plain
and fanoy Candios. Nnta, Lamons, Figs,
Fellies and Canned Fruits.
Bread, Cakoe and Rolls, fresh every morn
ng, at P. W. KRAFT'S,
Nov 7_Main a treat.
Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Co.
rHE annual meeting of the Stockholder* of 1
thia Company will be held at the office,
Ko. 51 New street, in the oity of New York,
Sew York, on MONDAY, the 4th day of De
somber, 1871, at 2 o'clock P. M., for tho elec
ion of officera for the enauing year, and for
>uoh other business aa may be brought before
;he meeting. J. M. COLLINGWOOD,
[)AA f\f\f\ FEET OF LUMBER,
JUU(UUU 60.000 feet of well aea
loned Flooring on band.
Orders for Lath, and all kinda Lumber filled
it short notice. Apply at our Lumber Yard,
m Lady street and Greenville Railroad, or
kddress W. LOWRY A CO.,
Out28 3mo Box 130. Columbia, 8. C.
The New Departure
Ty EQUIBE8 new remedies. The new Blood
l\ and Liver Pills are now used for all die
irdera of the Liver and Blood.
These Pills are all warranted to be Vegeta
de, and are a substitute for Calomel. For Bale
inly at H El NITS ITS Drug moro.
A NOTHER wonderful departure in science
t\. Nothing can surpass Heinitah'a Qneen'a
delight for Cancer, Syphilis, and all kindred
liseuses : weakness in male or female, young
ir old. The wonderful eurea are attested to
>y thousands. Try tho Queen's Delight, if
rou desire to be well. For aale overywhere.
Laboratory at HEINITSH'S Drag Storo.
? i .. S? O) O
Consumption from Coughs and Colds.
STANLEY'S Great Cough Syrup cures
3 Cougha and Colds with marvelous oer
alnty. This i? a great medicine, and ia witb
n the reaoh of all. Only 60 cents a bottle,
dada and for aale only by HEIN I TS H.
HUE INSURANCE AGENCY.
Established in Columbia, S. C., 1849.
Aetna Fire Insurance Company,
of Hartford, Conn.
incorporated A. D. 1819. Of tarter Perpetual
Jaeh capital and anrplus, alter pay?
ing losses at Ohioago.$4,000,000
Premiums received in ?8/0.- 3,??0,000
[T ia atill tho loading and st rongeet American
Fire Insuranco Company.
Imperial Fire Ins. Co., of London.
Chartered A. D. 1803. Capital $8,000,000 in
Sold. Thia Company had no agency at Chi
iago at the time of the fire. Ita loas waa
small. It subscribed ?5.000 for the benefit of j
?he sufferers by the fire.
Phoenix Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
A? BO ts $1,600,000, after paying loasos at \hi
Union Fire Ins. Co.? San Francisco.
This Company has $1,150,000 in Gold, after
paying Chicago loases.
Risks taken by GEO. HUGGINS, Agent.
Offioo opposite Columbia Hotol, in rear of
Hr. W. J. PorriB's Book-store. Nov 8 t
Martin's Slicing 8ub-Soiler and Deep
IIRE undersigned having purchased the
. right for this State to manufacture and
sell the above plow, tho beat and cheapest yet
iutrodacod, dosires a reliablo Agent at every
County Court Houso in tho 8tato.
Oot 10 EDWARD HOPE.
Smoked Tongues and Strips.
6DOZEN Smoked Buffalo TONGUES.
1.000 lbs. N. Y. Bacon Stripe,
1,000 lbs. now Sugar-cured nama, for salo
by E. HOPE.
Fine Sflver^Ut?'ed'w?re?Mble Ou 11er y,
' Clocks, ?to.
BY C. G. PE1X0TT0 & SOS.
THIS MOHN'NU, oomlneucing al IQ o'oIooV,
at our auction rooms, we will eeU:
A large stock of fine TRIPLE BIL VER
PLATED WARE. TABLE OUTLEBY and
CLOCKS, direct from the celebrated manufac?
tories of the. National Silver Plate Company,
Wm. Bodger?' Manufacturing Company, John
Russell, Meridian Cutlery Company and Shef?
field gooda, forming a collection worthy tho
attention of parties wanting goode lu that
line. Among the collection will be found rich
chased Toa and Coffee Beta, Butter Dishes,
Cake Baskets, Revolving and Breakfast Cas?
tors, Ice Pitch ore, .Pickle Castors, Waitera,
Syrup Cups. Ivory Handle Table and DoBert
Knivea, Bpoona, Forks. Eight Day Brouzo
Clocks, Medallion and Monogram Clocks, and
other first class goods, which will be sold and
guaranteed to be aa repreaented. Nov 29
Sale Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
The Stato of South Carolin a, plaintiff, ngaihat
the 8partanburg and Union Railroad Com
Inany and others, creditors, defendants.
N obedience to an order dated 15th day of
. November, 1871, paeaed by the Hon. Jamea
M. Rutland, Judge ot the 4th Circuit, of the
Stato of South Carolina, tho undesigned will
Bbl!, on tho FIB8T MONDAY in January, 1872,
or on the first convenient aale day therealter,
at Unionville, in the County of Union, in the
State of South Carolina, before the Court
House door, betweon tho houra of ll o'clock
in the forenoon and 3 o'clock in tho afternoon,
at public outory, to tho higheBt bidder, tho
whole of the SPARTAN BU RG AND UNION
RAILROAD, including the Road-bed, Bight of
Way, Grading, Bridges, Masonry and Super
strue.turo, lying and situate ia the Counties
of Fairfield, Union and Spartanburg; all tho
Block Bubscribed for in tho Spartanburg and
Union Bailroad Company ; tho chartered rights
and privileges thereof; the railroad spikes,
chaira and equipments, and all the property
owned by said company, aa incident or neces?
sary for ita buaineeB, on the following terms,
to wit: Twenty-five thousand ($25.000) dol?
lars caah, and the balance in three equal
aemi-annual instalments, with interest on
each instalment from tho day of sale, to bo
secured by the bond of the purohaeer, with a
mortgage of the entire property sold. The
purchaser will aleo be required to pay for all
atampH and papers.
If the higheat bidder should fail to pay at
once the twenty-five thousand ($25.000) dol?
lars aforesaid in cash, the proporty hereinbe?
fore advertised will immediately be offered,
at the time and place above mentioned, upon
the terma already stated, for re-sale. I
JAME8 M. BAXTER,
THOMAS B. JETER,
NOVEHBEB 28,1871. Beferees.
JS#~Tho Unionville Times, Fairfield Herald,
Oarolina Spartan and Columbia Union will
copy until day of Bale and send billa to Re?
Desirable Hedi Estate ai Auction.
D. C. PEIXOTIO * SON, Auctioneers.
On the FIRST MONDAY in December, iu
front of tho Court House in thia city, I will
sell, at public auction.
That very eligible BUILDING LOT, on
Richardson street, direotly South and adjoin?
ing tho aito of Nickerson Hotel, containing
fifty-two foot six inches, more or lesa, on
Richardson street, running back 1G5 feet,
more or less; rear measurement fifty-six feet,
more or less.
Terms caah. Purchasers tn pay mo for
papera and stamps. J. W. PARKER.
Desirable Business Stund, at Auction.
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
ON MONDAY MORNING, Doccmber 4. at
half-past 10 o'clock, in front of tho Court
Houae in thia city, wo will sell,
AU that LOT, with a two-atory brick Sloro
and Dwelling, and ont-buildings thereon, sit?
uated on Gervais street, between Richardson
and Aaaembly streets ; the said Lot measuring
front, on Gervais street, 54 feet, more or loas,
and running back 208 feet, more or less,
bounded on the South by Gervais atreet, on
tho North by J. H. Baldwin, on the East by
J. C. Lyons, on the Weat by Mrs. Stratton.
Terma-One-third caah; balance in one and
two yeara, secured by bond, bearing intereat
at aeveu per cent, per annum, and mortgage
of the promises; property to ne insured and
polioy to be assigned; purchasers to pay for
.papora and stamps. Tho above eau bo trcat
ed for previous to day of sale. Nov 26
Valuable Land Sale.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF OCONEE-IN THE COM?
Florida Calhoun and Thomas G. Clemson,
administrators, vs. John G. Calhoun, anim
nietrator M. M. Calhoun, et al.-Bill to
Foreclose Mortgage of Land, <?c.
BY virtue of a deoretal order in the above
stated case, I will sell, to the highest
bidder, at Walhalla, on the first MCNDAY in
January, A. D. 1872, that valuable Plantation,
FORT HIL. li.
And for many years the residence of tho lalo
HON. JOHN C. CALHOUN,
Situate on Seneca River, adjoining lands of
A. F. Lewis, J. W. Crawiord and others, about
four miles from Pendleton village, and in one
of tire moat desirable neighborhoods in the
State. The dwelling ia commodious and
handsome, and ia located on an eminence,
with gentle elopes, which commanda a pleas?
ing view of the adjacent country, with the
mountains in tho back ground. The tract is
reprcentcd by a re-survey made in 1853, as
containing eleven hundred and ten acres, of
which about one hnndrod and fifty acres are
aaid to bo good river bottom; much of tho up?
land? lie well and produce cotton finely. Tho
out-buildings are euitabh. in number and
size, and are convenient for thia fine farm.
TERMS.-One-half cash; balance on a credit
of ono year, with intereat-tho purchaser to
give born? (without surety) and a mortgage
of tho premiaea to secure the purchase
money, and to pay extra for ntampa and ne
J. W. 8TRIBLING. Special Referee.
WALU ALI. A , 8. C., November 1,1871.
State of South Carolina-Fairfield Co.
Tho State of South Carolina, plaintiff, vs. tho
Spartanburg and Union Railroad Company,
and others, creditors.-Order for Sate, (kc.
BY virtue of a decretal order in tho abovo
stated case, all tho creditors of the
spartanburg and Union Railroad Company
are require?! to provo and eatabliah their de?
mands against tue aaid Company, before us,
as Special Refercea, at thu law office of James
H. Rion, E*q., in Winnaboro, B. C., on tho
26th, 27th,28ih, 20th and 80th daya of Decem?
ber, A. D. 1871. and on tho 23d, 24th, 25ih,
26th. 27th and 28th daya of January, A. D.
1872. JAMES M. BAXT?5R,
THOMAS B. JETER,
Nov 26 t Special Referees.
?7 Tho Fairfield nerala, tho Unionville
Times, the Carolina Spartan and tho Colum?
bia Union will publieii till 1st of February,
1872, and aond billa to the Clerk of tho Court,
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY*;*
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
For Compoating with Cotton Seed.
Price $25 Cash, with Usual Advance for Time,
ft ill IS article ia propared under the euperin
JL tondence of Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL,
exprcaaly for compoating with Cotton 8oed.
It was introduced by this Company two
years ago, and its uso bas fully attested ita
"value. 200 to 250 pounds of thia articlo per
acre, properly compoated with tho same
weight or Cotton Seed, furnishes the planter .
with a FERTILIZER of the highest creel
lenee at tho smallest coat. A compost pre?
pared with thia article, aa by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains all tho elementa of
fertility that can onter into a mst class FER?
TILIZER, while its economy moat commend
ita liberal nao to plantera.
For supplies and printed directions for
composting, apply to
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
No. 68 Eaet Say A Noa. 1 A 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Cbarloaton, 8. C.
JOHN 8. REESE A CO., General Agonts.
The Southern and Atlantic
How Orten for Business.
OFFICE, COLUMBIA HOTEL.
IK BUSHELS CRANBERRIES, in fine or?
ri) der, for sale by_E. HOPE.
t K KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, Tor Balo
IO low. E. HOPE.