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.LONDON, October 4.-But few details
of the accident to the London and Edin?
burgh passenger train have oome to
hand. All the despatches received agree
in stating that the train was behind
time, and was running at a furious rate
to make it np. The Boeno of the disas?
ter is not far from Carlisle, the capital of
Cumberland County, and a train has
been sent from that town to bring in the
dead and wounded.
A later despatch from Carlislo says
that eleven persons were killed by the
railway collision this morning. The
number injured is not stated.
. A Berlin letter says that daring tho
reception of the late Imperial party,
eight persons were suffocated and tram?
pled to death on one night and fifteen
more mortally wounded. Mounted po?
lice charges on the masses wero made at
one time with drawn sabres.
LONDON, October 5.-The Paris cor?
respondent of the London Times tele?
graphs that the Russian Ambassador in
that oity has received a note from Tan
riff, Secretary of the Emperor's Privy
Council, withdrawing tho congratula?
tions which the Emperor had tendered
to Thiers, and expressing the dissatis?
faction of Russia at the aggressive atti?
tude of the Radical party of France.
Late adviosB from Bombay report that
the cholera epidemic is disappearing.
A son of Sir Stanford Northcote died
SAN FRANCISCO, October 4.-By the
arrival of the China, and from her pas?
sengers, we have the following report of
the IOBS of the Pacific mail steamship
America by fire. Among her passengers,
are twenty-nine of the officers and crew
of tho burned steamship America.
Early on Saturday morning, August
24, the Amerioa arrived at Yokohama,
and daring the day landed ali her pas?
sengers aud cargo for that port, and
transferred to the Shanghai branoh
steamer what was for North China.
There remained on board the officers
and crew, two first class passengers, the
mails and 175 Chinese destined for Hong
Kong, ll o'clock at night, the Amerioa
was discovered to be on tire. She burn?
ed until the afternoon of Sunday, when
she was towed out of the way of the
shipping and sank. Three Americans
and fifty-nine Chinese were lost, besides
a number of Japaueso. 8300,000 in
treasure and a light freight remained on
board the vessel when Bhe was burned.
The ship had been coaling all day. Al
10 o'olook at night, all was reported safe,
when the officers retired. A little before
ll, the stewardess smelled something
burning, and smoke was discovered ria
ing from the freight dook, below titi
ladies' saloon. Tho alarm was immedi
ately sounded. Captain Duane was thc
first man in the saloon with the hose
but was driven baok by the smoke
With a sudden and furious roar, th<
flames burst forth, deciding the fate o
tho ship. The smoke prevented flood
ing the magazine, and attention wai
turned to saving tho passengers. Tin
Chinamen orowdod the ladder, whiol
gave way, precipitating them into th
water. Several unsuccessful attempt
were made to sink the burning ship b;
ehot from war vessels in the harbor.
A court of inquiry convened Augu6
31, Consul Shepard presiding, assistoi
by Minister Delong, Captains Shirl;
and Peron. After hearing the evidence
they found that the Are apparatus wa
in good working order, but that th
long time which elapsed before a stroac
of water was Btarted denotes a waut o
precaution or great tardiness in tho ec
gineer's department. If steam to th
amount of twenty pounds had been o
the donkey boiler at the time the alan
was given, and the fires iu proper oondi
tion with proper expedition in working
the fire might have been extinguishe
and the ship saved. Praise is justly dn
to the officers and crew for their ga
lantry and perseverance. Tho court :
tenvmcoJ that the fire was the result (
pPtention, not of accident. Tho induci
mont may have been antipathy towal
the steamship company or officers, or tl
faot that tho Chinese passengers wei
supplied with large sums of money.
Kingston advices state that tho Indiai
of Honduras made another raid on tl
British settlers at Orango Walk, net
Corosal, Yucatan. Tho raiders numbere
about 500. The British garrison mat
a gallant defence, killing a fow of tl
enemy and wounding some others. Tn
soldiers were killed aud sixteon wo mulei
and one civilian killed and sevontec
wounded. The Indians pillaged to tl
extent of 830,000 or 840,000 and retire
WASHINGTON, Ootober 5.-Suit b
boen commonoed by Liberian Minist
Turner, colored, against the Arlingtc
Hotel, for refusing to entertain hit
The damages claimed are $5,000.
Probabilities-For the lower lakes ai
thence ovor tho Eastern and Midd
States, North of Maryland, diminiBhii
pressure, warmer and cloudy woathc
and occasional light rains, with Sout
easterly and South-westerly winds, vee
ing to Westerly; on the Gulf and Sou
Atlantic, South-easterly to South-wei
orly winds and partly olondy weathe
over the North-west and upper lak<
and thence to the Ohio Valley, inorei
ing pressure, cooler and clearing wi
ther, with Northerly to Westerly wini
extending also to Michigan and Ob
with possibly occasional rain in tho fi
Dospotohou rooeivod from Georgia E
that tho returns are increasing the Don
oratio majority. The State will probal
give 50,000 majority for Smith.
ST. LOUIS, Ootober 5.-A rope a
bagging company's factory, cori
Twelfth and Gradet streeta, was buri
NEW YORK, Ootober 5.-The coa
driver's strike for $2 a week advance \
Loss by the Patterson fire, yosterd
8375,000. 300 are out of employme
The bonds and papers and over 8100;
worth of patterns were saved.
A Washington despa! oh says the filling
of the vacancy in the Mexican claims
ampire, oaused by the death of Dr.
Franois Lieber, will probably lead to
trouble. Oar Qovernmeat, it is said,
would be unwilling to accept any one
named by Mexico, as all questions re
ferred would be by lot. The Indiaa
casos, amounting to S32.000.000, might
fall to the Mexican ampire, aad the in?
terest of his country, it is contended,
would necessarily bias his judgment. It
is alaojaaid that Mexico caouot consist?
ently ask any of the Europoans to aame
Late Havana advices state that the
rumored censorship of the press will bo
abolished shortly. United Cuban foroes
ia the oeatral departmeat fought tho
Spaaish Colonel Baroeres ia the Sierra
de Cabitas. Cuban sources report tho
Spaaish loss at 300 mea killed aad
wounded; number of Spaaish troops on
sick list very large. Fights between the
negroes of the different wards are oc?
curring; sevoral have boon killed. The
Cubans nttnckod tho town of Manato nba;
many persons were killed aad woaaded,
bat the Cubana were repulsed.
At a meeting held last night at tho
Union League Club Rooms, a committee
of tweaty-niua waa appointed to take
? measures to have the products of this
country suitably represented at the
Tho United States and British Com?
mission bad a long session to-day, and
closed the proofs in a large number of
claims, aad extended the time for taking
testimony ia others. The following
oases were disallowed: Lauria, Soa Sc
Co., No. 321, pe ruo nal property destroyed
by United States army; Sand, I vi a &
Co., No. 322, personal property de?
stroyed by United States army; Edward
McHugh, No. 357, illegal imprison m eut
by United States; Elizabeth Sherman,
administratrix, No. 359, alleged impri?
sonment of her husband by United
States. The commissioa adjoaraed
aotil October 28.
Robeson sad Cresswell have returned.
Tho Star says: Tho report of tho en?
gineer ia oharge of the survey of tho
proposed canal connecting the Tennes?
see River with the Atlantic Ocean at Sa?
vannah, Qa., which reached the War
I Departmeat too late to prepare and pre?
sent to Congress at its last session, has
I beea put in proper order, aad will be
seat to Congross early in December
next. It ?B very probable that the Pre?
sident, in a speoial message oa the sub?
ject, will recommend favorable actiou on
the matter. The projectors of this canal
desire Government aid to the extent of
NEW YORK, October 5.-At Jerome
Park, three milo dash, Sanford's Mo?
narchist was first, McDaniel's Harry
Hassett second; time 5.21J<i-tho odds
against the winner three to ono.
BOSTON, Ootober 5.-The woolen house
of. Gilbert ?fe Lovejoy failed to-day;
SAN FRANCISCO, October 5.-The
Board of Supervisors have passed over
Mayor Alvera's veto aa ordor sabmit
tiag to the people at the November elec?
tion a proposition to graut a subsidy of
810,000,001) to the Colorado Railroad
Au important mooting of business
men was held, last night, at the rooms
of the Chamber of Commerce, at which
tho vet? of the Colorado Railroad was
unanimously endorsed, aad tho super?
visors were denouaced in unmeasured
terms for passing it over the veto. Maj.
Alvord was unanimously nominated as
the independent candidate for Congress,
as tho means of giving praotioal expres?
sion to the popular feeling ia opposition
to tho railroad subsidies.
ATLANTA, GA., October 5.-The offieiol
report of ninety-nine Counties show a
majority for Smith (Democrat) of 4,013.
129 Democrats and six Radicals aro, so
far, reported elected ns Representatives.
The Democratic majority has been in?
creased by two thing:;-many negroes
were tax defaulters, and their leaders
took the moaey sent to pay their taxes.
The negroes in many places sought to
seize the polls and got up troublo, and
failing, refused cn masse to vote, though
iovited, ia ordor to mako a poiut ou the
CHARLESTON, October 5.-Arrived
Steamship South Carolina, New York;
schooner John M. Hancock, Boston.
THE WOUK OP THE SOUTHERN CLAIMS
COMMISSION.-Tho Southern Chu mt
Commission will resume its sessions on
Tuesday next. During the summer va?
cation, tho Commissioners employed
their leisure timo in examining aud pre?
paring reports ou somo 1,500 separate
claims, supported by oral testimony,
from four to ten witnesses ia each ease,
and taken by Uaited States speoial com?
missioners at various points in the late
insurrectionary States. The first case tr
be hoard next week is that of a deceased
wealthy citizen of New Orloaos, who bo
qneathed one-third of his entire proper
ty, including a valid olaim of $50,00(
against tho Government, to the Stat?
educational fund of Louisiana. Tho ma
jority of the new oases to bo heard thii
fall are for amounts above $10,000 each
Tho forth coming report of the Commis
sionors, it is expeoted, will shed som?
light upon the methods of fraud adopter
by sohemers in tho prosecution of claims
It mast bo consoling to tax-payers t<
oootemplate the philosophic complaceo
cy with which that immaculate patriot
Gen. B. F. Butler, discusses the ques
tion of corruption in tho Government
Suppose there is stealiog, says he? Wha
of it? Suppose some maa steals a mil
lioa; that is only two aad a half cpnts i
piece, aud the Amorioaa people won't b
so small a9 to mako a fuss about such i
trifle What eau be thought of th
moral sentimeat of tho country when i
will tolerate such effrontery as this?
Tho Administration papers have n
, right to complain of Mr. Groeloy's cam
paign speeches. Geu. Grnnt took th
) stamp a long time ago. But his stump
ing always euds ia smoke.
Financial ana Commercial.
NEW YORK, Ootober 6-Noon.- Ex?
change-long 7; short 8%. Stooks j
strong. Gold weak, at 14%@14%. Go
veramente dull but Bteady. State bonds
and money easier. Cotton quiet and
firm; light offerings-middling uplands
19%; Orleans 20%; sales 400 bales.
Flour dull uni heavy. Wheat quiet and
deolining. Corn steady. Pork steady,
at 14.25?14.40. Lard dull-steam 8%
7 P. M.-The bank statement shows
loss of over S2.500.000 reserve; decrease
in loans 82,500,000; specie 82,000,000;
legal tenders 83,000,000; deposits
89,250,000. Cotton %o. higher; offer?
ings light; sales 1,854 bales-uplands
19%; Orleans 19%. Flour favors buyers.
Wheat rather steady. Corn o shade
lower. Pork exoited and higher-14.62.
Lard quiet. Freights dull. Cotton re?
ceipts 11,620 bales. Sales of cotton for
fumre delivery to-day 18,950 bales, as !
follows: Ootober 18%, 18%; November
18%, 18%; December 18%, 18%; Janu?
ary 19%, 19%; February 19%, 19%;
March 20%, 20%; April 20 9 16, 20%;
May 21. Money stiingent, at 7 gold to
??e. oommission. Sterling-sight 8%@
8%. Gold 14%(a>14%. Bonds declined
%@%o-i closing steady. States nomi
CHARLESTON, Octobers.-Cotton firm
--ordinary 16%; good ordinary 17%;
low middling 17%; middling 18; re?
ceipts 1,710 bales; exports 561; sales 600;
OAT.VEKTOX. October 5.-Cotton firm
good ordinary 16%; receipts 911 bales;
sales 500; stock 15,605.
NEW ORLEANS, October 5.-Cotton
active and prices higher-good ordinary
18%; low middling 18%@18%; middliDg
1 RJ j B ; receipts 5,378 bales; exports 1,801;
sales 3,000; last evening 3,200; stock
WILMINGTON, Ootober 5.-Cotton firm
-middling 17%; receipts 293 bales;
sales 50; stock 2,035.
BOSTON, Ootober 5.-Cotton active
middling 19%; roceipte 129 bales; ex?
ports 250; sales 300; stock 4,000.
MOBILE, Ootober 5.-Cotton in mode?
rate demand and little doing-good ordi?
nary 17%; low middling 18%; middling
18%; receipts 1,555 bale?; exports 1,312;
sales 250; stook 6,539.
SAVANNAH, October 5.-Cotton firm
aud in good demand-good ordinary
17%; low middling 17%; middling \8\&\
receipts 3,267 bales; exports 1,347; sales
1,000; stock 34,352.
BALTIMORE, October 5.-Cotton quiet
-middling 18% @ 18%; receipts 106
bales; exports 55; sules 251; stock 1,760.
Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat dull
-choice white firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn firm
white 70?74; yellow 70. Oats scarce
Southern 43@45. Provisions firm and
uuchanged. Whiskey 93%.
AUGUSTA, October 5.-Cotton in good
demand, at 17%; receipts 1,257; saleB
LONDON, October 5-Noon.-Consols
92%'. 5s 89%.
PARIS, Ootobor 5.-Rentes 53f. 27c.
LIVERPOOL, October 5-Noon.-Cot?
ton opened strong; sales yesterday, after
closing, 4,000 bules, making tho day's
Good mottoes for thc canvass-Recon?
ciliation and purification; one term for
the Presidency; complete amnesty and
suffrage; the rights of local government;
no war between tho races; as much free?
dom for the white mau as for the black,
and equal States und equal rights.
Mrs. Laura Fair, tho pretty bully in
bombazine who shot nud killed Critten?
den for kissing his wife, has been de?
clared not guilty. She muy not bo
guilty, but if tho cold lead she slung at
Critteuden had hit one of tho jury, ho
would have thought so, any how.
Mrs. Fair has been acquitted. The
worst use you can put a pretty woman to
is to hang her; but then, a pretty woman
i should remember that one of tho worst
uses yon can put a man to is to shoot
him for kissing his wife.
Yerkes, of Pennsylvania, is an un?
grateful wretch. Pardoned out of the
penitentiary as a roward for swearing to
1 u lie for Hartrauft, ho is no sooner re?
leased than he turua around and swears
to the truth against him.
. Tho Philadelphia Invincibles, a Grant
organization, accepted an invitation and
wont to South Bethlehoni to attend n
1 grand Graut meeting on Saturday night,
1 but found tho local managers hud been
unable.to get up tho meeting.
[ Tho Chicago Times publishes an article
, which claims to show that there have
) beens nearly 100 murders in that city
within seveu years, "und not a nock
Connecticut will certainly go for Gree
? ley, and probably by n largo majority.
> Tho Liberals and Democrats are offering
I largo odds on tho result, but there are
- no takers.
It must not bo inferred that tho conn
) try is "going to the dogs" bocauso the
) solection of the next President is re
- duced to a ohoioe botwecn a type-setter
? and a West Pointer.
Two dollars, the wholo amount re?
ceived by the United States Court jury
j at Greenville for tho trial of oivil cases,
. was appropriated to the Greenville Bible
5 Seven mon who stolo horsos and foui
women who kept a placo of Beeret ren?
dezvous for them, wero recently strung
I up by nu infuriated Kansas mob.
A niece of Daniel Webstor marriod foi
t money some years ago. She is non
- keeping a lodging-house iu Boston, whilt
a her husband superintends a fish-stand.
0 One family in South St. Louis expect*
1 to poll fourteon votes for Greoloy, tht
? old man and his thirteen sons being
Miss Tupper is said to havo inherited
her father's peculiar genius for pootica
e All the lovers in tho rural districts o
Illinois aro getting the inter-mittens foi
I roaming about after nightfall.
There is a musical box at Geaeva that
playa thirty-six tunes with a flute, bell,
drum aud castanet accompaniments.
The cost of it complete, was 7,000 francs,
or about $1,400, the purchasor to have
the privilege of naming twolve airs to bo
arrunged on two of the cylinders that
were blank. The instruments made in
Geneva range in price from five francs
to 7,000. The high-priced ones are in
elegant rosewood cases, but most of
them aro surprisingly low wheu we con?
sider tho price at which the smaller
boxes are sold in the Uuitod States.
Tho following is a list of the nomina?
tions made for Williamsburg County:
Legislature-F. H. Frost, Fortune
Guilds, James F. Peterson.
Sheriff-W. W. Ward.
School Commissioner-Henry H. Mou
Clerk ot Court-M. J. Hirsch.
Judge Probate-Louis Jacobs.
County Commissioners-R. F. Scott,
Wm. Scott, Ambrose Tisdalc.
The Edgefield Advertiser says: "One
J. A. Green, eicruiog himself 'lt. Col. &
in voling officer, S. C. M.,' issued an
order to Mr. Walles to organize one
company of militia at Glover's Mill, on
the 14th September. Was the company
organized? and if so, why are not the
people generally organizing militia com?
panies? It it is necessary to organize
the negroes into militia companies, by
all means let the white people be simi?
On Saturday last, Nashville, Tenn.,
experienced the bitter fruit of the "in?
dependent candidate" policy, io tin
election of a Radical Mayor, Thomai
Korcheval, by a majority of seventy-si]
votes. The Democrats had two candi
dates in the fiold, Messrs. Harris nut
Wilkiusou, tho former receiviug 2,04'
votes, the latter 917, while the Radica
candidate received 2,120. Thus, by i
divided vote, has a serious blow beet
dealt to the capital of our sister Stute.
The Princess Salm-Salm has entered i
convent at Innsspruck, in the Tyrol. He
life has been a romance. She was ai
American, and a circus rider, and he
namo was Acnes Leclercq. She save
her husband's life in Mexico, and liai
him restored to his military rauk in Get
many. He was killed at Gravolotte a
tho hoad of his regiment. Her devotio
to the unfortunate Carlotta has gaine
her many friends in Europe.
Sergeant Gilbert H. Bates, who trt
veled through tho South, with the Am?
rican flag unfurled, at a perilous perioe
immediately succeeding the late wu;
left Say h rook. III., on the 30th ult., e
route for New York aud England, throug
which latter country ho proposes I
march under the flag the same ns he di
through the South.
A LIBEL SUIT FOR ?5,000,000.-A sn
for libel has been commenced in tl
New York Supremo Court, against N
thaniel Niles, ex-Speaker of the Ne
Jorsoy Assembly, by tho Now Jersi
Railroad Company. Tho damages a
laid at $5,000,000, and tho alleged lib
is au article which appeared in the 2i
A jury waB brought into court in ord
that oue of their number might bo i
structed upon thc following point of Ia
"If I believe that the evidence was oi
way, and thc other eleven believe d
feront, dooB that justify any other jui
man in knocking mo dowu with a chair
Tho judge answered iu general terms.
Each voter in Pennsylvania will bo t
quired to handle and deposit, separatel
six tickets in the October election. Tl
may bother tho average homebred voti
but the gentlemeu who have gone frc
j the Potomac and beyond, to "work
Simon Cameron's road," will be especi
Tho Nashville Unionhas thefollowii
"A colored Graut orator at Alton t
other night, congratulated his hear
that 'thed-d Dutch' could not beco
I Presidents, while 'we (tho Africans) i
the stuff from which future candida
ure to be made.' "
Devotion to public opinion \
evinced by a lady aged oighty, who
ceutly married a mun of a correspoi
iugly appropriate age, because, i
said, "ho comes about my house
much, ii I don't marry him people \
Pennsylvania petroleum producers
I endeavoring to organize u combinat
to close most of thu wells in tho oil
pgion, so as to create un artificial scare
und thereby increase their profits. Tl
motto (having many barrels of oil
hand) is "All's well that cuds well."
Tho peoplo havo passed judgment
a runaway Governor and hie crow. ?
listen to their verdict, next Tuesday,
tho candidato for Governor who gets
electioneering documents from the I
itontiary, and his character from a c
Wo lately chronicled tho wedding
St. Louis belle to an Indian wari
and DOW another lady of that city
married a "heathen Chinee" un
Loog Hi. Of course Mrs. Hi turn;
her nose at Mrs. Lo.
Rumor hath it that Mr. Grant is
satisfied with Seorotary Belkunp
1 wasting his timo iu Washington all F
mer, when thoro was so much Cal
. work to be dono at political meeting
? over tho country.
: A Westorn coroner's jury, after Hs
ing to a discriminating analysis ol
: evidenco pointing to homicide or to
' Ide se, promptly rendered n unanit
; verdict that tho defunct was be.
doubt a fellow deceased,
i Our classioal scholar says it is evi
i that tho Augean stables couldn't
r been so dirty as historians sappoao, ;
they woro exclusively occupied by
1 A Western couple havo reared a
ly of six boys, . all of whom aro n
f seven feet in height. Something o
r nature of a "ghiDt-stock concern,'
A couple from the backwoods of Ten?
nessee arrived at Nashville on their
bridal tour, and, on calliug for a room,
were showu into the elevator, which
they in their innocence took for a bed?
room. When the servant, who had gone
for some matches, returned, he found
them partially disrobed, and expressing
their dissent at tho closeness of the room
and tho scanty sleeping accommodations.
According to Haller, women bear
hnnger longer than men; according to
Plutarch, they can resist the effects of
wino better; according to Unger, they
grow older and never get bald; aooording
to Pliny, they are seldom attacked by
lions, (on the contrary, they will run
after lions;) and according to Gunter,
they can talk a week.
Jerusalem, according to the British
Consul, exports small quantities of olive
oil, grain and cotton. The chief in?
dustry of the city is the manafaotnre of
soap and "Jerusalem ware," the latter
consisting of crosses, beads, etc., of
which large quantities are sold to the
pilgrims, who annually visit the city.
A cheap way of getting credit for
liberality was devised by tho managers
of a fair in Illinois, who offered a premi?
um to tho oldest spinster present. Of
course nobody claimed it.
Pedestrian tourists will regret to hear
that German miles are to be made 33 per
cent, longer thon they have beeu hither?
Mrs. Theresa Black, Byron's "Maid
of Athens/' is aged and in extreme want
at the Golonghi, Greece.
Duluth bas started an apothecary's
shop to help ulong the oemetery.
II oTKt. Anni VA i,H , October 5,1872.-National
Hotel -Thoa H (Jathev, N C; E W Martin, J
M Martin, Augusta; V7 A Brown, J T Brown,
Marion; A Webster, Orangeburg; J O Archer,
Spartauburg; W D Warrou, 8 C; Chas Cro?
wed. W E Tabler, Now York; Geo Munroo, N
Emanuel, W Russok, Georgia; Mr and Mis
Henry Taylor, Savannah.
Columbia Hotel-Vim Hafts, Savannah; E S
J Hayes, Lexington; J H Morgan, B Wikell,
Greenville; G F Wiekes, Fork; H D Gilbert, N
C; E B Brace, Macon; T Hurlly, J B Brown?
ing, Charleston; L M Faugn, Kansas; J F
Hendrix House-D J Paul, wife and child,
H H Hick3, Charleston; J C Maeaengale, Ga;
I J P Alban. Pa; R G Miller. Mm Miller, J P
Reid, J C Bell, lr K White, Due Weat.
A ickerton House-? Freaboe, M Y; R J
Donaldson, Cheraw; H C Markloy. Greenville;
1) McD Richardeon, Sumter; C J Prido, Rock
Hill; J H Barker, Mips Darker. S C; E T West,
Charleston; Rev J McDowell, Clarendon; A
Grimball, H C; Mrs Leitch and child, Texas; O
H Kelley, Mina Julia W Kelley, Washington; J
M McKay, Abbeville.
Gas Bills for Month September.
CONSUMERS will pleasn attend to the pay?
ment of the abuvo. They will be allowed
a discount of 5 per cont, until Fridav, 11th,
inclusive. JACOB LEVIN,
Oct G 2 Secretary Gae Company.
Go lumbla Building and Loan Associa'n.
THE regular monthly meeting of the Co?
lumbia Building and Loan Association
will bo hold in Tomporanco Hall, TO-MOR
BOW (Mouday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Bj
order . f tho President.
_OctCl_ A. G. BRENIZER. Secretary.
Neat Cottage for Rent,
MBI?ATED on Gervaia atrcot, adjoin?
ing tho residence of tho subscriber, con?
taining six rooms, servante' rooms,
stables, Ac. Apply at my office.
O et 0 3_JACOB LEVIN.
A DWELLING HOUSE, containing
Meight room-, situated on Laurel street,
between Bull and Marion. All neceaaarj
ont buildings on tho promisee. Possession
given on the firat of November. Apply al
oflico of POPE A HASKELL.
N. N. N.
A NEW MOVE.
SEW en DDS
WE bavo moved into our NEW STORI
(adjoining Slesn.rs. Hnpaou A Sutplion
with an entirely NEW AND FRESH STOCK o
FAIL ANO WINTER DRY GOODS,
To which WO invito tho attontion of huyera
both city and country, feeling assured thai
we can supply thcirsover.il wants in tho D"
Goods lino to their entire, satisfaction. /
call and examination is earnestly solieitei
from all. Also, ploaso romember our term:
aro STRICTLY CASH.
PORTER & STEELE.
Oct o _
WM. B. M & GD.
THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRON!
That they have moved into their
Large and Elegant Store,
Corner of Main untl Plain Streets,
THE WHEELER HOUSE.
rrtHEY expect to bo ablo to exhibit a poi
JL tion of their immense slock TO-MOF
ROW, (Mouday.) but will have their GRAN!
OPENING on TUESDAY, October 8, who
will bo shown new and desirable GOOOfc
found in foreign and domestic markets.wilie
will bo shown freely by attentive and polit
salesmen, at tho GRAND CENTRAL DR
GOODS ESTABLISHMENT ot
WM. D. LOVE & CO.
W. D. LOVE B. B. MCCBEEBY.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TUE8DAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I
.?ill sell, beforo my Store,
A variety of 1 umituro. Stoves, Ac.
Barrels and bags Flour. Iriab Potatoes,
QoBbon Batter, boxen Soap,
8oda Crackers. Oct G
Desirable Building Lot.
BY B. C. PE1X0TT0 & SON.
i On MONDAY next, at 10 o'clock, in front of
thu Court Home, we will Bell,
A desirable BUILDING LOT. situated on
Blandiug streot, between Richardson and
Sumter streets. Said lot measures front on
Blauding stroet 52 feet, and running back 208
feet, moro or lees; bounded on the South by
Llanding street: on the Nr.rth by-; on
the West by Palmetto Engijo Houso, and on
tho East by Hardy Solomon. _ : ,
TERMS OF SALE.-One-fourth cash: balance
in one, two and throe yours, secured by bond
and mortago, bearing interest at 7 per cont,
per annum. Purchasers to nay us for stamps
and papera. Oct 5
Desirable Building Lol.
BY B. C. PEIXOTTO & BON.
I ON MONDAY NEXT, at 10 o'clock, in front of
the Court Houso, we will sell
That desirable BUILDING LOT, situated
on Sumter street, between Senate and Pen?
dleton streets, bounded and fronting on tho
East by Sumter stroet, and measuring there?
on 104 foet, more or less, and running back
208 feet, more or less, and bounded on tho
North by Rev- Peter 8hand, on the Bonth by
Noatbers, on tho Weat by A. Stork.
TERMS OF SALE.-Half cash: balance in
twelve months, secured by bond, bearing in?
terest at aevon per cont, per annum, and
mortgage nf promises; pnrchaaezs pay us ?ur
papera. _ Oct 5
BY B. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
MONDAY MORNING next, October 7, at 10
o'clock, in front of tho Court House, in thia
oity, we will sell,
That deBirablo and well-built RESIDENCE,
situated on Eickens street, and of the follow?
ing boundaries and dimensions: Fronting
West on Piokens stroot. running thereon 250
feet, more or loss; South by lot now or form?
erly of -Clifton; North by estate of Zim?
merman, and East by E. J. Scott, running
hack 212 feet, more or less.
Thia property is pleasantly located and in a
fine neighborhood. The House contains eight
tine, airy rooms, and on the premises are two
flue Kitchens and requisite out-buildings,
Spout, fine Well of Water, &o.
TERMS.-$1,500 cash; remainder in ono and
two yeara, in two annual installments, secured
by bond bearing 7 per cent, interest and mort?
gage of the premises. Property to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchasers to pay na
for papers. Oct 3
B. C. PEIXOTTO & SON, Auctioneers.
VALUABLE OIL MILLS FOE SALE.
THE undersigned will sell, before the
Court House, ia Columbia, on MONDAY,
7th of October, 1872, at half-past 10 o'clock
A/M.: All tho property of the CAROLINA.
OIL COMPANY, consisting of Fonr Acres of
Lind in tho city of Columbia, tho site of the
works of said company, together with the
Buildings, Presses, Engine, Boiler, Burr Mill,
Linting Machine, Belting, Pump, Lead, Iron
and Wooden Tanks, a ad other articles neces?
sary for a complete Oil Mill. As they are now
at the company's works, persona aro invited
to inspect tho property.
TERMS OF SALE-$7.000 cash; balance in six
and twolvo months, <vith interest from day of
sale, eecured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage ot the premises; sold with policy of
insurance assignt d. WM. E. BACH MAN.
By JACOB LKVIV, Auctioneer.
OFFICE BOARO OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 0,1872.
PURSUANT to an Act entitled "An Act to
provide for the construction of a new
Court Houso in and for the County of Rich?
land," approved 9th March, 1872, which enacts
aa follows: "That tho County Commissioners
of Richland County aro hereby directed, au?
thorized and empowered to sell and convey
thc wholo ot that lot in tho city of Columbia,
on tho corner of Richardson and Washington
streets, whereon was formerly situated the
Court Houso of said County. Tho said sale
to be made at public outcry to the highest
bidder, at such time or times, on such terms
and in such parcels as the said Commission
ors shall think proper, after advertisement
thereof for at leaat thirty dava: Provided,
Said lot shall not bo sold for less than one
buudrcd ($100) dollars nor foot."
By virtue of Baid authority, wo, the r.uder
aigued, County Commissioners for Richland
Countv, will ofTor for salo before the Court
House in Columbia, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in OCTOBER NEXT, between the legal hours,
all the unsold portion, (to wit: LOTS Nos. 1,
2 aud 3) of that lot of land in the city of Co?
lumbia situated at the North-east oorner of
the intersection of Richardson and Washing?
ton stree ts, a plat whereof can bc seen at the
oftlco of tho Clerk of Court.
TERMS OF SALE.-One-half the purchase
money payable on tho first day of January
next, tho bataneo on the first day of July,
A. D. 1873, with interest trom day of sale.
The purchase moucy to bo secured by bond,
with good personal security, and ?uortgaje of
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
JOHN ll". BRYANT, Chairman,
URIAH PO UTE E.
J. J. GOODWIN, Commissioners.;;
Chantre of Schedule.
Canillen Accommodation Train.J
SOUTH CA ItO LI NA R. R. COMPANY,
COLUMIIIA, S. C., October 5,1872.
ON and after MONDAY, the 7th instant, the
Camdon Accommodation Train will run
to Columbia daily, as follows:
Lcavo Camden at.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.11.55 A. M.
Leave Columbia at. 2.10 P.M.
Arrive at Camden at. 6.55 P. M.
A. L. TYLER, Vico-ProBident.
S. B. FICKENS, General Ticket Agent.
|| J Distilled by the Proprietors,
AT SCHIEDAM, IS HOLLAND.
AN INVIGORATING TONIC
AND MEDICINAL BEVERAGE.
Warrauted porfectly pure, and fieo from alt
deleterious snbstaucoa. It ia distilled from
BARLEY of the finest quality, and the AROMA?
TIC JUNIPER BERKY OF ITALY and designed
expressly tor oases of Dyspepsia or Indiges?
tion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Goneral
Debility, ?atarrh of the Bladder, Pains in the
Back and Stomach, and all diseases of the
Urinary Organs. It givos great rolief in
Asthma, Gravel and Calculi in tho Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates tho system, and
is a certain preventative and cure ol that
dreadful scourge, FEVER AND AOUB.
CAUTION ! Ask for "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For salo by all respectable Grocers and Apo?
HUDSON G. WOLFE A 00., Sole Importers.
Office, 18 South William street, New York.