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LONDON, 0 ot ob or 19.-A Teasel, sup?
posed to bo the Virginia, from Antwerp
for Savnuuah, is ashore near Briexhem.
CHABLKBTON, October 19.-Arrived
steamshipCharleston, New York; sehr.
Mary Marikiu, New York.
BANGOR, MB., Oe tob er 19.-Four
inohes of snow fell here to-day.
BAN FRANCISCO, Ootober 19.-The
Lnoy and Occident trot has been post?
poned to the 26th.
PHILADELPHIA, Ootober 19.-The Ca?
tholic Benevolent Union, after adopting
a Constitution and electing officers, ad?
journed sine die. The next annual con?
vention will be held at St. Louis.
Nsw YOBS, Ootober 19.-Tho National
Board of Trade adopted the following:
Resolved, That the Executive Oounoil
memorialize Congress to make an appro?
priation for the appointment of a com?
mission to sit in coDjuuotiou with the
State Department in negotiating a treaty
with Great Britain for a reciprocal trade
with the Dominion of Canada, on a
broad, comprehensive and liberal basis;
whioh shall also include the enlargement
of the Canadian canals by the Govern?
ment of Canada, and the right of Ame?
rican vessels to navigate suoh canals,
nuder suoh conditions as are imposed
apon Canadian vessels.
It is stated Tweed has taken stops to
avoid arrest,., and his arrangements to
leave the country, should legal proceed?
ings renderdt prudent, are perfect.
The Jersey City Chief of Folioe,
charged with conniving at the bank rob?
bery, has been released on 828,000 bail.
No cloe to Fields' whereabouts. It ie
stated his malfeasances aggregate nearly
NoBFOiiK, October 19.-The schooner
Mail, from Norfolk for Baltimore, ie
wrecked. A negro, named George,
from Washington, N. C., dropped from
the main rigging, and wan drowned.
HAVANA, Ootober. 19.-Boyd Header
son, ot Pennsylvania, traveling to Ha<
vena with his wife, iu search of health,
has been arrested. No tangible reason
for the arrest is published.
WASHINGTON, October. .19.-Probabili?
ties-The barometer-will fall from 'Min?
nesota to Missouri, aud thence over tht
upper lakes Oh ' Sunday, with generally
Southerly winds, cloudy weather anc
light minn. In the Mississippi and lowe:
Ohio Valleys, Southerly winds, warb
and partly cloudy weather. In the Gul
and South Atlantic States, oocasiona
cloudiness and possibly light coast rains
On the lower lakes and theuoe ovar th
Middle and Eastern States, Norther.;
windB, warmer and generally olear wea
ther, with winds veering to Southerly
by Sunday afternoon.
NKW YORK, Ootober 19-Evening. -
In the National Board of Trade, a-pro
position by the Mobile Board of Trade
that Congress refund the money ool
looted under the cotton tax, was laid o
the table; os the subj act of that tax i
now -under consideration by the Sc
preme Court. The resolution of th
Mobile Board of Trade that Congress b
memorialized to repeal the duty on rai
road iron was passed over, without di
bate, and the subject indefinitely pos
poned. A motion asking Congroas for
revision of the national bank systen
looking to the ultimate resumption <
specie payment and free banking, wt
Bank Statement-Gain in the reservi
$1,500,000; increase in loans $2,250,00
increase in specie Si,500,000; increase <
legal tendera $6,875,000; increase in d
The failure of Caldwell, Walker & Cc
brokers, is annonnoed.
ATLANTA, GA., Ootober 19.-J. I
Townsend and Houston T. Force, t?
young men, fought a duel near tb
place, with double-barreled shot-gun
charged with buck-shot, at forty paoe
Townsend was seriously wounded at t!
first fire. The parties belong to t!
most respectable families in this oity.
Vlaaymoiatf av nil Commercial.
LONDON, Ootober 19-Noon.-Const
92. 5s 88%.
FRANKFORT, Ootober 19.-Bonds 96'
PARIS, Ootober 19.-Rentes 52f. 97o
LIVERPOOL, October 19-Evening.
Cotton opened firm and dosed aoti
and firmer-uplands 9%@9%; Orlea
10%@10%; sales 18.000 bales; speou
tion and export 5,000; sales of Orlon
for December 9%; uplands for Oe tot
and December 9%.
NEW YOBK, Ootober 19-Noon.-C
ton qniet; sales 4,365 bales-uplar.
19%: Orleans 20%. Flour quiet a
steady. Wheat - qoiet and nnohangi
Corn unchanged. Pork firm, at 15,
@15.20. Lard steady. Freights steai
Stocks very weak. Gold firm, at 13
Money quiet, at 5. Exohange-lo
8%; short 10>?. Governments dull a
steady. State bonds very strong.
7 P. M.-Money notive, ranging fr
4@7. Sterling quiet. Gold 18@13
Governments closed quiet, at %@)
lower.. States qniet and steady. C
ton-net receipts to-day 68 bales; gr
1,667. Sales of fatares to-day 16,!
bales, as follows: October 18 15-1*
19 8-16; November 18 11-16@18%; :
oemb?r 18%?18 13-16; January 1
19%; February 19%@19%; Ma
20 1-16@20%; April 20%@20%; I
21. Cotton easier; sales 4,781 ba
nearly all lost evening for export
lands 19%; Orleans 20%. Flonr q
and unchanged. Wheat in mode
milling- and export demand. C
heavy and lower. Pork excited
higher-new mess firstname.lastname@example.org. i
quiet. Lard activer. Freights firm
LouisvniLB, Ootober 19.-Flour aol
Corn doll. Provisions nominally
changed. Whiskey 88.
CINCINNATI, Ootober 19.-Flonr <
Corn weak. Pork firm. Lard steac
ST. LOUIS, Qotobor 19.- Markets
SAVANNAH, Ootober 19.-Cotton ai
and Arm-middling 18%; low midd
18; receipts 4,003 bales; sales 3,
MOBILE, October 19.-Cotton firm and
in good demand-good ordinary 17%(3)
18; low middling 18>?; middling 19;
receipts 1,272 bales; eales 600; stock
Nsw OBLBANS, October 19.-Cotton
strong-good ordinary 18%; low mid?
dling 19; middling 19>?; receipts 5.309
bales; sales to-day 2,690; last evening
1,600; stook 79,030.
BAIITTMORB, October 19.-Cotton firm
-middling 19%; receipts 330 balee;
sales 180; stook 1,205.
WILMINGTON, Ootober 19.-Cotton
steady-middling 18%; receipts 257
bales; Bales 120; stock 3,007.
PHILADELPHIA, Ootober 19.-Colton
BOSTON, Ootober 19.-Cotton steady
middling 20)6; receipts 143 bales; sales
150; stook 300.
GALVESTON, Ootober 19.-Cotton ac?
tive and strong-ordinary 15)?; good
ordinary 16%; receipts 2,663 bales; sales
to-day 500; last evening 3,400.
CHABLESTON, Ootober 19.-Cotton firm
-middliug 18^@18^; receipts 2,411
bales; sales 500; stock 27,036.
AUOUBTA, Ootober 19.-Cotton quiet
middling 18; reoeipta 2,719 bales; sales
NORFOLK, Ootober 19.-Cotton firm
low middling 18>?; receipts 1,911 bales;
The New York Herald having said that
the Qreoley allies had suffered from "the
absenoe of any well-defined issues in?
volving a principle of government," tho
Tribune makes the following just reply:
Reconciliation with the South, reform at
the South, reform at the North, an end
to proscription, to carpet-bag robbery,
to the reign of corruption and the ohoioe
of Governors by oonviots-are not these
well-defined issues? Do not these in?
volve principles of government? If
members of Congress sell their votes for
railway shares and dividends; if a Se?
nator of the United States goes about
telling falsehoods to catch the votes of
Irishmen and Germans; if Grant makes
a family matter of the offices, and sends
unworthy persons to represent us at .
foreign courts, either beoause they are
his relations or those of his particular i
friends; it all the postmasters in the
tonntry neglect their business and con- '.
pire to break down the circulation of a
newspaper because they do uot like it i
any better than it likes them; if the
beads of tba departments let ve their
duties to make partisan stump speeches i
in behalf of the President; if clerks i
paid by the nation are detailed to en- i
velop documents and to oheat the post i
office by forging franks-then we Hay
that there is a plenty of issues always I
ind wherever and by whomsoever these
afiances are defended. i
The Soisa Times, ol September 18, 1
reports the .latest ascent of Mont Blanc ?
?a follows: "Last week, four English la?
dies, the Misses Murray, and their bro
tber, arrived at the Grands Mulets, ac
oompanied by four guides. Continuing
their asoent on the following day, they
reaohed the grand plateau, when the
youngest, twelve years of age, feeling
fatigue, went back to tho Grands Mulets.
The three others, however, aged respect?
ively twenty-one, seventeen and fourteen .
rears, continued their asoent, and ar?
rived at the summit of Mont Blanc about
mid-day. At 9 o'clock in the evening,
they were again at Chamounix, where ,
they were triumphantly received at the ,
Hotel du Mont Blanc. Such an ascent, .
it is said, has not been mada for several
GIN HOUSE BUBSED.-We regret to
learn that the g'Q bouse, together with
the steam engine, gin-bead, sixty yards
bagging and seven bales cotton, wero
burned on Major James Pagad's Wateree
plantation, on the 15th instant. The
machinery was running at the time, and
friction was the canso.
[ Wtnnsboro News.
The Atlanta Constitution says : ' 'Colored
Democrats are on the inorease. From
various parts of the State we learn that
the colored men have gone against Grant
and are taking sides for Greeley. Sa?
vannah has a colored Greeley dub. It
is constantly getting accessions of mem?
A considerable amount of money was
found on the parson of the old negro
named Clara Talbot, a native of Beaufort,
'South Carolina, drowned in the river
From the steamer Katie, a few days since,
ind recovered Sunday afternoon floating
apposite Savannah, near the spot at
whioh the accident occurred.
A sailor boarding-house keeper in
Now Orleans, named Young, was arrest
ad the other day, and taken to a police
station in that oity, charged with carry?
ing concealed weapons, to wit: "One re?
volver and seven registration papero."
Anything to beat Grant.
Gov. Wise bas been employed in the
Fowell case, now in prooess of trial at
Alexandria. Fowell, it will be remem?
bered, killed Clark for seducing his sis?
ter. lu the course of the preliminaries
aov. Wise called West Virginia "Tho
bastard offspring of a politioal rape."
Gen. Grant has written avery neat let?
ter of condolence to Gen. Seward, son of
the deceased statesman. Whatever may
be said of Grant's Bp eeo h es, it eau not bo
denied that he writes very good letters.
Romor hath it that Father Hyaointbe
made a good thing of it, in a worldly
point of view, by his late marriage.
His blushing bride is worth the trifle of
A Weebawken polioeman baa found a
dead body with $1,600 on tho person of
the deceased, and turned it over to the
County authorities. New Jersey police?
men can take the belt for honesty.
It is said that tho Republican leaders
in Pennsylvania have determined that
Forney shall do no stump speaking for
Grant in that State.
Fifty Italians, of the fiddling, organ
grinding, and applo peddling persua?
sions, occupy ii small two-story house in
HW JOHN SPENDS SUNDAY.-It ia a
custom among Chinese hoiuio-servants
to stipulate with their employers for a
portion of Sunday, on which day they
visit their countrymen in the Chinese
quarter, talk over news from home, have
their heads shaved, go through with
their genuflections and bulaums in Joss
houses, smoke opium, etc., otc, some of
them dosing up the day's performances
by getting rid of their week's wages in
the Chinese gambling-houses, whioh are
so thiokly located along Dupont street.
The side-walks swarm with these grega?
rious', beings, whoas nature is to huddle
in nooks ou the surface and burrow in
bands beneath. Their deus are hives of
industry on week days, and rooms reek?
ing with smoko on Sunday. ? visitor
who ventures inside has to step over the
prostrate bodies of opium-smokers, and
feel his way through clouds of smoko,
meantime holding his noso against a
sickening stench of foetid breath, de?
cayed fish-in short, a conglomeration
of odors nowhere to bo found outside of
a cellar reeking with the fumes of a
crowd of Chinese. For the sake of the
delectable pleasure to be fouud in suoh
places, John frequently refuses to take
good situations in the country; like
Bridget, he must be iu town, where he
can at least once a week see his "cou?
sin." The Ohinoso huve hosts of rela?
tives. Uncles and cousins (especially
the latter) are counted by the score.
They regard as cousins those several re?
moves further thoa a white man ever
thinks it wortb his while to inquire.
These "cousins" are generally friends,
all belonging to the same commercial
company, and when they meet on Sun?
day the jabbering is energetic beyond
description. All day and late in the
night John keeps up his round of visits
among his cousins, but manages to be
on hand Monday morning ready for
work, whioh he generally performs
cheerfully and with fidelity.
\San Francisco Bulletin.
CLERGYMEN'S STHIKB IN WASHINGTON, I
At a meeting held last Monday, the
Hvnngclical olergymen of Washington, <
L>. C., passed the following resolutions
by a unanimous vote:
Whereas the burial of the dead on the
Lord's day should be avoided, except in <
..?'.s of oxtreme necessity, for the fol- <
towing reasons, viz:
1. Because it involves unnecessary
work ou that day, by undertakers, livery- i
stable men, hackmen and horses, the i
superintendents ot cemeteries and their
assistants, in violation of the letter und
spirit of the fourth commandment:
"Thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor
thy son, nor thy daughter, thy mau-ser- t
vant, nor thy maid-servant, nor thy cat- 1
tie, nor thy stranger that is within thy i
2. Because it prevents suoh persons ;
from attending divine services. I
3. Because it seriously interferes with
the duties of ministers on tho moat im?
portant and laborious day of the week.
4. Because bauds of music, playing
the most frivolous airs on their return
from the grave, are often employed, at?
tracting orowds into the streets aud dis- i
turbiug publio worship; therefore,
Resolved, That we earnestly protest
against the abuses, and request the mem?
bers of our congregations and tho public :
in general, so far as possible, not to se- .
leot the Lord's day for the burial of thu
dead, and whenever this day must be
selected, to avoid the honor? of publio i
Bervice and the employment of bands of <
The Washington Capital, in speaking
of Mr. Seward, says:
He inaugurated the fatal contempt
now generally felt for constitutional
protection, and, while known as the ,
author of the so-called "war power," his
"little bell" that consigned citizens to
untried imprisonment was in faot the .
death-knell to all the fathers labored to
establish in the way of free government.
The ills he did live after him. Demora?
lized by his example, in the hot boor of
deadly strife, the people now view with
apathetic indifference a coarse soldier
trampling, with impunity, upon all they
ouoe held sacred. To appeal to the
Constitution now is to exoite ridioulo,
and subject the thoughtful patriot to
publio contempt. Had William H. Sew?
ard beeu as pure as he was brilliant, he
would have labored to hold intact and
sacred at the North that whioh the Con?
federates were striving, with arms iu
hand, to destroy at the South. But tho
mean, selfish love ot power overcame
his better principles, and turning bis
back upon the example of the illustrious
Washington, he sacrificed his country
upon the altar of personal ambition.
He is dead now. We propose that his
memory shall survive as a warning and
In St. Louis, recently, a scoundrel
tried to blow up a number of sleeping
policemen. The vigilant guardians of
that town can hardly rest at night, such
is the boldness of the prowling villains
who infest the place.
The "Molly Maguires" of Luzerne
County, Pa., use oheerfnl arguments to
induce men to join their society. The
recalcitrants are visited at night, and if
they refuse to listen to reason, the so?
ciety men clip off their ears.
? father living in Titnsville, who has
two or three very courtabie girls, placed
a notice on his front door, the other
night, whioh read, "Shut down for thir?
ty days. No stove in the parlor aud but
Just enough sickness is reported in n
Western town to "make the physicians
happy." This is rather au indefinite
The li rgest audience which Gen. Lo?
gan has yo*, drawn iu Illinois was ono day
last wees, wben a blundering job printer
advertised him as Olive Logan.
Jack Hays, the celebrated Texas
ranger, is endeavoring to get rid of nn
income of over $200,000 per annum, in
MR. VOORHEES ON HIS DEFEAT.-?
letter received ia Washington from Mr.
Voorheos, dated at Terre Haute, Ootober
ll. Bays that ho does not regret his de?
feat for Congress, bat is glad to be re?
mitted to the practice of his profession,
which is more oongenial and lucrative.
As to the causes of his defeat. Mr. Voor?
heos says he foresaw it when he said the
Democrats could not organize in the
short time given them before the elec?
tion, and that it was simply the stay-at
home vote in his party that .beat him
and hurt tho cause everywhere. Nobody
thought there was a possibility of his
defeat, and overconfidence led hundreds
to stay away from the polls. He writes
as follows in regard to the Liberal move?
A word or two now about the move?
ment itself. It is right in its principles
and objects-a movement designed to
restoro self-government to the people of
the South, and to relievo them from
thieves and pirates; to bring about gene?
ral amnesty, peace and reconciliation
between tho sections; to purify the de?
partments of the Government now in?
fested by plundering rings engaged in
the civil Bervice of the country; a move?
ment, I say, contemplating suoh results
as these cannot fuil to enlist my zealous
and unfaltering support. Allow me to
say a word ulso on another point. Mr.
Q-roley has personally raised himself in
this auvass a thousand fold in my esti?
mation. Hie course has been all that
could be desired, and I believe ho would,
if elected, be perfectly tran to the pur?
poses he has so grandly proclaimed in
his unrivaled addresses to the public. I
shall vote for him in Novembor, not only
unhesitatingly, but with pleasure, as a
man who has established bis claims to
my admiration, notwithstanding my
strong previous prejudices.
ALSATIAN EXILES ON THEIR WAX TO
AMERICA.-A Belfast (Ireland) despatch
of tho 14th instant Bays: "Thousands of
exiles from Alsace and Lorraine have
arrived in this city, on their way to Ame?
rica. The streets yesterday were crowd?
ed with these people, and all are in a
most indigent and wretohed condition.
Their passages to Amerioa are being pro?
vided for by subscriptions in Paris, Lon?
don, Liverpool and other cities. Many
deplorable scenes were witnessed to-day,
but everything possible is being done by
thu citizens for the amelioration of the
sufferings of the exiles. Many young
children accompany the emigrants, and
must be sacrificed to hunger und priva?
tion before their condition is bettered.
A commission will arrive here from
Paris to-morrow, to provide means for
conveying the exiles to the port of em?
barkation, unless they sail from this port
direot, which is not considered probable.
Much sympathy for the sufferers is ex?
pressed by all classes hero, and nothing
LB being left undone to make their sor?
rowful condition as comfortable as possi?
MR. SEWARD'S WILL -The will of the
late Wm. H. Seward was opened by the
family on the l?th. It is a clear, suc?
cinct document, singularly free from
legal technicalities, and written entirely
in his owu hand. He bequeaths his late
home at Auburn, with nil its contents
and surroundings, to his three sons, by
one or more of whom it will doubtless
be occupied and presorved intact, as far
as possible, in its present condition. His
other property, consisting in part of so
onrities, but mainly of real estate in
Auburn and in that locality, he dividea
into four equal shares among his sons,
Augustus, Frederick and William, and
his adopted daughter, Olive Bisley Sew?
ard-the last two being dopnted to exe?
cute this provision of the instrument.
No other legacies or bequests are made.
The property has not yet been appraised,
and it is impossible to say precisely what
it amounts to. Estimates vary, but it
will probably be not far from $200,000.
Speaking of James R. Spaulding, tho
founder of the New York World, and at
one time chief editorial writer of the
New York Courier and Enquirer, who
died at Dover, N. H., on the 11th inst.,
the Springfield Republican says: "The
breaking out of the war separated bim
rm a noted Mobile lady, the authoress
"Beulah," to whom he was engaged,
and he afterward married a lady from
one of the towns on the North River,
but abe soon became insane, and sur?
vives him in that condition."
Snow fell, on Monday night, to tho
depth of threo inches in the Alleghany
region for a distance of about thirty-five
miles, from the Cheat River to ten miles
East of Piedmont. The Cumberland
New? says that ut Somerset, Pa., 10
(/clock Monday morning, that place was
visited by a eovere snow storm. There
were aix inohes of snow upon the ground,
and all out-door work had boen sus?
No man claiming to understand the
force of language is so difficult to be un
dorstoou as Charles O'Couor. It is still
a disputed poiut whether he has aa
cepted the Louisville nomination or not,
and he was obliged to explain and re
explain his opinion of Greeley before
the people could comprehend what that
opinion was and is. Suoh a man may
bu a good lawyer, but he can't bo Pre?i
CONSERVATIVE INDIANS.-Owing to a
misapprehension of the law, GOO Indiana
in North Curolina wore not allowed to
vote ot the August eleotiou. They would
huve voted, to a man, the Conservative
ticket, and would huve reduced Cald
well's illegal mujority of 2,000 to 1,100
Tho late Wm. Prescott Smith, of Bal
timore, died comparatively poor, but
rich in the number and quality of his
For not "keeping his virgin," a gay
cur driver of Mobile was forced by th
"stern parient" to murry her at the pis?
A disgusted Kansas pioneer says that
Barnum's mummy is "nothin* but a
jerked lu jun."
SAD OCCURRENCES.-On Monday night,
near Quick's Church, about twelvo tuiles
from this placo, a houuo was burned, and
four colored children perished ia the
On Monday last, John Q. Newman,
white, of this County, fell from a loaded
wagon, two wheels pussiug over his right
shoulder and across his chest. His col?
lar bone was broken.-Marlboro Times.
Mr. James Jones, one of the most en?
terprising farmers in Fairfield County,
raised this year, on neveu acres of river
bottom land, 711% bushels oorn, 18,000
pounds fodder, end the laud is now co?
vered with pumpkins.
Mr. John Hartzog, assistant in Mr.
W?hlers' saloon in Orangeburg, was se?
riously wounded in the right aokle, last
Saturday eveniog, by the accidental dis?
charge of a pistol which he was drawing
from his pooket.
The Sumter papers report the garrot?
ing of Mr. A. J. Moldan by some un?
known person on the streets. He was
robbed of thirty cents, all the fonds he
happened to have with him at the time.
The relatives, friends and acquaintances
of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh MoElrone, Sr., and of
Mr. and Mrs. HUGH MoELBONE, Jr.. are re?
spectfully invited to attend the funeral of tho
latter, from their residence on Sumter street,
THIS AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, to the Ca?
Wa h&vo loarnod from statements made by
several partios p.ad tho publio prints, that
the usual method of renting H tanda for re?
freshment bootha at tho Fair Granuda bas
boon disregarded by the Sooretary and Trea?
surer of the Association, and that the exclu?
sivo priviluge has boon rented to one man,
for tho comparatively nominal inm of $200,
much to tho detriment and injury ef - good
class of email dcalors, who have heretofore
availed themselves of an equal privilege in
this enterprise, and justly ao. Wo are quito
certain that thore aro several peraona who
would willingly pay more than tho aum
named fur an exclusive privilege; but is it
right? Ia it not doing great injustice to
many, for tho bon?t of a fow, or, in thia cane,
one man? The citizens of Columbia, we are
assured, would not aee BO gross an imposture
npon a class of honest traders. Give na fair
play, Mr. Secretary, or the reason why wo aro
deprived of special privileges.
COLUMBIA, October 18.1B72._1
MTHE COTTAGE AND LOT on Woat
side of Sumter street, betweon Taylor
and Blanding streela. For term?, apply
on the premises. Alao, a Becond-haud PIANO,
for $100. Oct 20
JUST received at MCKENZIE'S, a seleot
assortmont ot FRENCH BON-BONS, con?
sisting, in part, of tho fallowing artiolen, viz:
Nergatinea, Cream Ohorries, Olacio Ohest
uutrt, Cryatalized Fruit, and a full line of
FRESH CANDIES made daily, of tho beat
quality._Pot 20 C
To the Lovers of Good Things.
MCKENZIE baa just reoelved a fine lot of
CANNED GOODS, among the assort?
ment aro Preserved Gages, Cherries, Straw?
berries, Ac; among the f reah fruits Pme-sp
plei, Grapes, California Apricots, ftc. We
have, also. Spiced Salmon, Pickled Lobster,
Potted Ham, Brandied Fruits of all kinda.
Among tho vegetables, Lima Beans, Aspara?
gus, Green Peas, and a variety of other arti?
cles, Buch an Defeated Cocoanut, Celery Rait,
Olives, Pepper Sauce, Fresh Prunes and Figs,
Nuta of all kinds, Home-made Jellies.
Oct 20 G Main street, near State House.
"FOUND AT LAST !
THE place to bay everything wanted. The
beat selection of PERFUMERY ever
offered in Columbia, the following brand of
which stands conspicuous:
With evory bottle of thia Perfume sold, a pic?
ture of General R. E. Lee ia given.
GREELEY & GRANT PRIZE BOXES,
Containing Cindy and Ficturos of these dis?
PERFUME ATOMIZERS,for refreshing and
reviving the nerves.
CIGARS, of the finest flavors and best
FRENCH CANDIES, in ail variety; also,
plain and assorted, together with many other
desirable articles too numerous to mention.
Oct 20_P.V. ANTWERP.
The Grand Central
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
Is Now Receiving the Finishing
TTTE aro now settled iu our largo and olo
YY gant store, where oustomers will find
every convenience and comfort, with plenty
of light to mako their ee'aotions.
The various departments are thoroughly
refurnished and amply supplied with all tho
new and desirable gooda found either in Do
muutie or Foreign marketa.
We cordially invito all to examino our large
and attractive stock, wbere will be found, at
all times, tho latest novelties, BB well as a full
line of DOMESTICS and HOMESPUNS.
Our CARPETS are exosedingly beautiful in
pattcrus and very low in prices.
RUGS in endless variety._
Our $1.00 and $1 50 KID GLOVES, in one
and two Buttons, are the best ever sold in Co?
lumbia for the monoy. All fit well, and keep
the ladies in good humor. .".?,
We have adopted a new rule at the GRAND
CENTRAL-we give customers their exact
chango. WM. D. LOVE A CO.,
Grand Central Dry Gooda Establishment,
Under tho Wheeler Houae,
Oct 20 Corner Main and Plain streets.
JOHN AGNEW & SON,
WIIOL.KSAL.IS l.KlUOR DEALERS,
OFFF.R to the trado. at unusually low
prices, 100 whole and half barrels, con?
sisting in part of:
CHOICE RYE WHISKEY,
Rectified and Ooru Whlskoy,
Puro Now England Kum,
Domostic Gins and Brandies.
Also, Old Otard Brandy, Holland Gin.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schuappa, Port, Sherry and
Madeira Winns, choice- imoortod and Califor?
nia Champagnes, McEwen's Ale, Barclay,
Poekina ft Co.'a London Porter, ftc, ftc, to
which thoy invite the attention of purohaaers.
Cot IC JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
MANAGER, - - WM. E.SPALDING.
ONE NIGHT ONLY ! !
Engagement of the
GREAT TRAGIO ACTRESS.
MR8 D P.BOWERS!
MR. J. C. McCOLLOM,
And a SELECTED NEW YORK COMPANY.
MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 21,
Tho Orand Historical Tragedy of
Adraiaaion $1.00. Reserved Beata 25 Gent?,
Box Sheet open at LvBrand's Music Store,
FRIDAY, Ootober 18._Pot 16 5
PATRONIZE HOHE ENTERPRISE!
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES I
ALARGE stock of CARRIAGES and
BUGGIES, of our own manufacture, war?
ranted to be aunorior stock and workman?
ship, now in the Repository. Alao, a number
of good Northern-made Vehicles, which are
offered for aale at reaaonable prices.
Carnage and Wagon Manufactory.
Having added a number of skilled workmen
to the former force, we are prepared, with the
beat aeteoted materials, to execute ordere for
CARRIAGES, B?OGIE8 and WAGONS, of
any etyle. Aleo, REPAIRING and PAINT?
ING, whioh we warrant to give satisfaction.
JOHN AGNEW, Proprietor.
M. J. CALNAN, Agent.
For the Fair of the Cotton States Me
chanics and Agricultural Associa?
GUA ii LOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. R. CO.,
Co LU M in A, H. C., Ootober 17,1872.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS for the above
Fair, good for five days, will be sold at
a tl regular Mtationson this roar) commencing
with hUNDA?, 20th instant. Purchase your
ticket*? beforo entering the cara.
E. R. DORSEY,
Pot 18 fi_General Ticket Agent.
For the Fair of the Carolinas.
Cn AH LOTTE, COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA R. R. CO.,
COLUMBIA, 8. G., October Iff 1872.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS for the above Fabr.
good for five days, wUl be poid at all
regular stations on thia road, commencing
With SUNDAY, 20th instant. Purchase jour
tickets before entering the cars.
E. R. DORSEY,
Oct 17 6_General Tioket Agent.
Oats and Corn.
1AAA BUSHELS FEEDING OAT8,
,UUU 700 bushels White Corn, for
aale low for cash._HOPE A GYLES.
BUSHELS Red Spring SEED WHEAT,
far aale by HOPE ft GYLES.
8eegers' Beer is Fore.
~T don't contain Cooocnlna Indicas Flab
_ Berrica to make sleepy or headache.
EMPHATICALLY pronounced by ALL to ba
the Leading Show of the period, combin?
ing all the beat ridera of the age, among whom
is the great and only
J AMISS ROBINSON,
The undoubted and undisputed Champion
Bareback and Hurdle Rider of the world.
CHAMPION OF SPAIN-Wearing the Medal
CHAMPION OF PRANCE-Wearing the Bib
bon of Napoleon III.
CHAMPION OF RUSSIA-Wearing the Donblu
CHAMPION OF ENGLAND-Wearing her
Majority's Crest of Honor.
CHAMPION OF HAVANA, OUBA-Wearing
tho Diamond-Studded Golden Belt.
CHAMPION OF AMERICA-Having the favor
of the People.
Carrying hia Son and Pupil,
The most wonderful Boy Equestrian any ago
ever has or ever will boast of.
Tho great Somersault Equestrian.
The beet Boy Bareback Bider in the World.
Will exhibit at Columbia, MONDAY, OCTO?
Admission 75 couta; ohildren under ten
yeara, 50 cente._Oct 20 titi
Distilled by the Proprietors,
AT SCHIEDAM, IV HOLLAND.
AN INVIGORATING TONIC
AND MEDICINAL BEVERAGE.
Warsanted po rio ot ly pure, and fiee from all
doleterioua aubstances. It is distilled from
BARLEY of the finest quality, and the AROMA?
TIC JUNIPER BERRY OF ITALY and designed
expressly for oaaea of Dyapepeia or Indigos*
tion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheumatism, General
Debility, Catarrh of the Bladder, Pains in the
Back and Stomach, and all diseases of the
Urinary Organa. It gives great relief in
Asthma, Gravel and Calculi in the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates the system, and
is a certain preventative and cure of that
dreadful soourge, FEVER AND AGUE.
CAUTION 1 Ask for "Hunsost G. WOLF H'a
For Bale by all respectable Grocers and Apo*
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Solo Importen.
Office, 18 South William street,Mow York,
Sept 16 Imo