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LONDON, October 22.-A despatch
from - Melbourne, dated to.day, is pub?
lished in the morning papers.
Remember the only Rhinoceros, weigh?
ing 5,600 pounds, is with Old John Ro?
binson's Menagerie, Museum, Aquarium
and Circus-Columbia, November ll.
Remember, George M. Kelly, the
champion leaper of the world, will voult
over twenty horses, at Old John Robin?
son's Menagerie, Museum, Aquarium and
Gi rou s-Colu mbia, November ll.
OXUOAQO, October 22.-The West Side
omnibus atables wero burned last night,
with fifty horses. Loss $500,000.
BAS FBANOISOO, October 22.-The
latest advices from Idaho representen
general Indian outbreak as imminent.
ROOHESTSB, N. Y., October 22.-The
horse disease is on the increase, and
there are few horses in the city that are
not affeoted. The street railway compa?
ny has suspended operations, all their
horses being sick. The livery stables
and express companies have also sus?
pended. There is hardly a horse to be
seen in the utreets, and not a farmer's
team is in sight hereabouts.
PoBT?JiouTH, N. H., Ootober 22.-The
Fullma. train on the Eastern Railroad,
hence for Boston, at 3 o'clock this morn?
ing, mn into a freight train, at Seabrook,
sixteen miles from this place, and - it ?B
reported that a number of persons were
killed and wounded, including ongineer
Deering.and the fireman of the Pullman
train. There is no telegraph station at
Seabrook, aud.partjcuiars pf tko disaster
cannot be expected dntlllater iu tho day.
NrAV.Ycm^.' ?ol?ber 22.-Tue sheriff
io ignorant, of ^Tweed's, present where?
abouts, but believes he will appear when
It is understood that 200 families from
Alsace and Lorraine are preparing tc
settle in the neighborhood of Alexandria,
Virginia. Since-tho . firet of Jannarv
last between 6,000 and 7,000 of Ala uti ant
have roached this city.
The representatives in. the. Nations
Insurance Convention met last evening,
according to adjournment. Few addi
tioual officials arrived. No business
Adjourned until tp-day/
WASHINGTON, . October 22.-Commis
?iouer'Walkor douies- that there is tb bi
any change in the* Indian policy of th?
ST*; LOUIS. October 22.-An investiga
tioushows?100;O0O Bwindl?"in the~ne\
County |au. < .
NHW YO UK, Ootober 22.-A diphtheo
tic-disease prevails among horses here
but bas not yet attacked the largo stabler
PORTSMOUTH, . October 22.-Tho acpi
dent ; at Seabrook was caused by a mit
Elaced switch. Three dead and fif tee;
art. No Southern names.
Yunis:, PA., Ootober 22.-Voucher
and other papers have been stolen froi
tho Court House to conceal, xing fraud:
WASHINGTON,. Ootober 22.-Mr. Pratt
for twenty years-employed in the Stat
Department as chief of the diplomat!
bureau, has resigned.
The Merchants' and Plantera' Bank, c
Union,' Boa th Carolina, has boon at
tborized to oommenoe operations, wit
a capi tal.of $60,000.
The Attorney-General is gone to Rici
The steamer Scotia was telegraphed o
Sandy Hook at 7.15. This is the grei
Probabilities-Clear and cool weathe
with Northerly and Westerly winds'fi
thd. North-west, i extending .over the n
per .lakes j?nd.' io ?he Ohio Valley..> Fi
the Mississippi A V?lley, Northerly
Easterly wlods,' threatening weather ai
an occasional rain,' j On the lower lake
clearing weather, with light rain ai
North-westerly, winda. For the Nt
England and Middle States, oloady we
ther and occasional, rain. For the Gt
and South Atlantic, threatening indie
tioqe, with probably fresh Northerly
Easja?riy winds; and rain , on the Sou
Atlaritio. On the Eastern Golf, Soul
eriy winds, with cloudy weather and rai
On ; - Sha; ;N?r$hern and Western Ga
Northerly 'to .Easterly winds, with t
Bit-riMOR^y Ootober 22. -Lochiel w
the j . h urdlu race ;, time 2.58%. Seoo
race, nine sleeted;: Huatard won; til
3.38%. Third'race Tubman won; ti
1.47%, 1.43$.; Fdiirth race, Monar<
ist Wou easily.
? Financial on>) Commercial.
COLUMBIA, S. G., Ootober 22.-Sa
of ootton to-day 97 bales-middling 17
?ONDON, Ootober 22-Noon.-Ci
sols 91%. 5s 88%.
IHVBBJPOOII, Ootober 22-3 P. M
OottoU- opened quiet and steady-i
landa 9%@9%; Orleans 10%@10
sales 10,000 bales; speculation and
LIVBBPOOXJ, Ootober 22-Evening
Cotton oloaed unchanged; middling <
leans shipping or shipped at 9X- Ya
and fabrics dull.
NEW YOBK, October 22-Noon.-C
ton quiet; sales 1,196 bales-upi a
19%; Orleans 20%. Flour quiet i
heavy. Wheat doll and declining. C
quiet and steady; Pork steady. L
steady. Freights steady. Stooks v
Btrong. Gold steady, at 13. Mo:
easy, at 5. Esohange-long 8%; si
10%.', Governments dall and stea
State bonds dull bat strong.
Don't fail to seo the Champion, ',
bert T, Stickney, with "Old John Roi
Son's Menagerie, Museum, Aquarium
Cirouti1'-Columbia, November ll.
7 P. M.-Cotton-net receipts
bales; gross 1,752. Sales of fatures,
day, 13,750 bales: Ootober 18 15-16,
November 18%, 18 11-16; Deoerx
18%, 18 916; January 1813-16, 1815
Febraary 19%, 19%; March 10%; A
20%; May 20%. Ootton easier; s
1,637 bales-uplands 19%; Orleans 2i
Flour easier-common to fair extra '
(2)9.75; good to ohoioe 9.80? 12
Whiskey aotivo, at 93, Wheat lo. lc
and aotive-winter red Western l.f
1.68. Corn brisk and a shade hig
Rice steady, at 7%@8%. Pork lo<
at 15.40. Beef dall. Lard firm. Freight*
lower. Money tightened, at 7, o a rr ou oy ;
6, gold, with business, but closed easier.
Sterling nominally easy. Gold 13 I C.
Governments steady. States dull.
ST. LOUIS, October 22.-Flour quiet
and weak. Corn dull and unchanged.
Whiskey dull. Pork lower, at 15.00?
15.25. Bacon only in limited jobbing
demand-shoulders 7}<; clear rib sides
11%; oloar sides 11%@12. Lord dull.
CINCINNATI, October 22.-Flour dull,
at firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dull and unchanged,
at40@41. Pork nominally 14.50. Ba?
con steady for shoulders-sales at
C>%; dull aud a shade lower for clear rib,
at: 10%; held at ll; jobbing sales of
olear 11%. Whiskey in good demand,
LOUISVILLE, October 22.-Flour in fair
demand and firm-extra family 6.50?
7.00. Corn quiet, at 45@47. Provi?
sions in good demand and very firm;
stock scarce. Bacon-shoulders 7%(o,
7J?; olear rib Bides 11>?@11%; clear
sidos lly?@ll%, packed; stock limited.
Lord S%(d)9; keg 7J?@11. Whiskey
NEW OBUEANS, Ootober 22.-Cotton
in moderate demand-good ordinary
18K@18%; low middling 19; middling
19jJ?; receipts 9,582 bales; sales to-day
1,000; last evening 2,500; stock 82,401.
O ALVESTON, October 22. - Cotton
steady-good ordinary 16% @ 17; re?
ceipts 1,758 bales; sales 500; stock 25.201.
CHELESTON, Ootober 22.-Cotton
quiet; receipts 2,319 bales; sales 2,000;
BOSTON, October 22.-Cotton steady;
receipts 818 bales; sales 250; stock 2,600.
BALTIMORE, Ootober 22.-Cotton firm ;
receipts 1,004 bales; sales399; last even?
ing 152; stock 17,400.
AUGUSTA, Ootober 22.-Cotton in good
demand-middling 18; receipts 1,860
bales; eales 1,672.
MOBILE, October 22.-Cotton quiet
good ordinary 18; low middling 18><i;
middling 19; receipts 1,592 baleB; Bales
600; stock 1,080.
The following conversation between a
man named Jones and a boy waa over?
heard by a St. Louis gentleman: the
"I say, Jim, what is the difference be?
tween: the ' commencement and the be?
ginning of anything?"
? "I- don't know,' said Jim; "what is
"There ain't any," was the reply.
"I see," replied Jim. "Now you . telj
mo this: A pick ass was on ono sido of a
river and some hay on the other, and
tue- jackass wanted to get at the hay
without wetting h'm feet. Hbw did he
"I don't know," said Jones; "I givejt
"So did the other jackass, " said Jun.
I SIXTY-FOUB NATIONS.-We gather from
a table of historical statistics, which em?
braces sixty foar.nations, since the com?
mencement of the monarohial form of
government to the end of the eighteenth;
centuiy,, the following facts: Among the
2,542 . sovereigns named in these tables
are mentioned 290 kings dethroned, 64
who abdicated, 20 . who Committed' sui?
cido, ll attacked with madness, 105 slain
in battle, 123 made prisoners, 25 who
were martyred, 151 assassinated, 62
poisoned and 108 condemned to death.
Among these 64 nations, and during the
same period, 8,531 wars and 275 revolu?
tions took place, whereby 68,856,700
men were killed. Those are some .fine
examples of the beauties of king-craft.
SUDDEN DEATH.-Mr. Jacob Levin
died-Friday morning of congestive chills,
at Temassee, after an illness of1 o few
hours. He was in remarkably good
spirits the evening previous, and con?
versed with bis .friends' as happily as
ever, and had no symptoms of sickness,
beyond a slight cold. He was universal?
ly esteemed for his many good traits of
character. His remains were taken to
Charleston.- Beaufort Republican.
"GOTNO BACK" ON FBO?S.'-They de?
voured, last year, 25,562 pounds of frogs
in Paris: and yet it was not a "leap"
year. Tue. hind legs are the'peculiar
delicacy, in eating these little .creatures.
They ought to "rear" such dainties
gently, therefore, for the epicurean table,
and the dainties may. well pond-er on
their ultimate fate, and "feel down in
the month," in advance, while doing so.
SAD ACCIDENT.-Near Pineville, on the
18th, the olothes of a little negro girl,
named Mary, daughter of Anthony Lee,
caught fire in the house. She ran oat
screaming, and after running a hundred
yards, oame back to the house, and died
immediately. This horrible accident oc?
curred on the farm of Mr. J. M. Kirk?
patrick.-CJiarlotte Southern Home.
Charles Lamb's panning answer to tho
anxious questioner as to the oost of
walking over Waterloo Bridge, that in
going across he would be tolled, is now
no longer applicable. The London
Board of Publio Works have voted to
remove the tolls from the Waterloo and
other toll-bridges across the Thames.
Mrs. Frances Scarborough, widow of
Mr. Henry Scarborough, of Sumter
County, recently enjoyed a family din?
ner and re-nnion, on her ninetieth or
ninety-first birth-day. Seated around
that happy domestio board were the first?
born of ii ve generations.
For the first time in the ooart annals
of Maryland, a man bas sued a woman
for refusing to marry him. He lays his
damages at 03,000, and tho woman now
should keep her promise, just to punish
such a fool.
THE SEABBOOK MUBDEB.-Moses Bo?
l?n was killed on Tuesday night last, at
Seabrook, Hilton Head Island, by being
shot by a pistol, seven shots entoring bis
body. He was found dead the next
The riots at Belfast will cost the peo?
ple of that town some ?14,000, resulting
from damage done to property during
An Illinois insane man travels on all
fours and imagines himself a ball.
A Doa THAT IS WOBTH SOMBTHINO.
A. B. Newman, assistant light-keeper at
Mount Desert, is the owner of a fine
Newfoundland dog, of whom we are told
the following anecdote: On Sunday, the
15th nit., Mr. Newman's little hoy, nine
years old, strayed away and was missing
for about two hours. The mother went
out of doors and oall-jd to bim, when the
dog, in response, ran up tho shore with
the boy's wet oap in hi? mooth, and sig?
nified by bis actions that he desired her
to follow him. The mother, alarmed,
called the father, who was sleeping in the
house, and they followed the dog as
quiokly as possible.
Dowu by the shore, on a rook, tho lit?
tle boy was lying 'insensible, his clothes
wet, as if he had been draggod from the
water. After long efforts, in which the
dog rendered all the assistance he could
in his mute way, the boy was resusci?
tated, and afterwards told his story. He
was on the beach gathering shells when
a large wavo came in and carried him off
in the under tow. The dog jumped in
after him, but the wave prevented him
from reaohing the boy for some minutes.
He seized him by the leg of his trowsers
and tried to drag him ashore, bat the
doth tore in his teeth; and the boy said
that he had an indistinct reoolleotion of
the dog coming down bolow tho surface
for him again; and that was the last
thing he was consoious of. It seems
that the dog had dragged tho child up on
the rook ont of the reaoh of the waves,
and had tried to restore him. When he
heard the mother's call he took the cap
to inform her, UB well as he oonld, of tho
affair, and hasten assistance.
A BounBON PBBTENDKB.-A strange
trial is to come off in. Paris in Novem?
ber. A- person who calls himself M.
Adalbert do Bourbon, who is tho son of
a clock-maker named Naundorf!', who
pretended during his lifo to be the miss?
ing. Louis XVII, is about to sue. the
OomtC do Ohambord. This personage
makes no claim to royal honors, and
contents himself simply with demanding
the fortune of his ancestor, Louis XVL
Naundorf!, the older, was the most fa?
mous of all the Bourbon pretenders. M.
Jules Favre is to condnot the case for
the present pretender. Several volumes
have already been written in defence of
tho claims of Naundorf! to bo considered
the "Lost Dauphin."
Remember tho only livo Sea Lions on
exhihibition in the world aro in old John
Robinson's Menagerie, Museum, Aqua?
rium and Cirous-Columbia, November
The friepds of Ireland will be glad to
know that ? seam of ooal ten feet in
thickness has been discovered in that
Eoor, distressed country. England has
ad to go to Ireland forbar poets, states?
men and soldiers'for years past, and now
for her coal; and it ia possible that in
future Ireland will see tho tide of pros?
perity setting toward her shores, com?
pelling ber oppressor to make restitution
for wrongs inflicted or freeze to death.
Tho nations of the earth, particularly
those of Europe, are alarmed lest some
day when France and Italy conclude to
go to war, the Mt. Genia Tunnel may be
destroyed. In view of this danger, it
has been suggested that the tunnel bo
declared neutral, forbidding its use to
either nation for hostile purposes, gua?
ranteed by all the European powers.
A man died lately in Paris who had
for a long time earned his living by ex?
hibiting himself as a living skeleton.
He was once of the usual stoutness, but
a orazy love affair drove him into killing
a man, and remorse and disappointment
kept him thin ever afterward. Bather
singular, though, that a man should use
his remorse to get a living by.
The old geneologioal puzzle, which
from time to time has racked the brains
of readers of the provincial press, is re?
alized in the case of an elderly Indianian,
who has married the daughter of his
son's wife, thus becoming his daughter
in-law's son-in-law, his grand-son's half
brother, and' his own grand-father, ?to.,
The cholera has broken out with great
virulence in different parts of India. Up
to August 24, the' deaths of 227 Eu?
ropeans, all in the. army, had been re?
ported. The disease has severely at?
tacked her Majesty's 65th Regiment, and
at last aooonnts the troops were to be
sent into camp at Rawul Pinde. The
natives also are suffering terribly.
It is all nonsense to suppose that the
United States is tho only country where
married men and women do not enjoy
each others society. In support of this
proposition, we see it stated that the
stamps on divoroe proceedings in the
London court amounted to $16,000 in
Some railroad men on a Northern
train, finding a cask leaking, assisted the
leakage with an auger, and saved a
buoket-ful of the liquor for their private
drinking during the trip. The conse?
quence was that the corpse was nearly
BOSTON GRAMMAR.-An enterprising
prisoner in tho Erie (N. Y.) jail, with
nothing but his hands, and they shac?
kled, tore down the wall of his cell, bur?
rowed under the jail fenoe and is now
safe in Canada.
Fogge, who was burned to death iu
tho Elizabeth street (New York) fire, is
reported to have been an Italian noble?
man, banished for political offences, aud
living under an assumed name.
The Child Wonder, Little Bobbto
Stiokney, tho youngest Equestrian in
the world, with Old John Robinson's
Menagerie, Museum, Aquarium and
Cirons-Columbia, November ll.
Flantamour, the comet man, is in
Paris. He now thinks that tho pooplo of
this world will all bo frozen to death,
An esoaped burglar was recently tracod
to Elgin, Illinois, where he was driving
Barnum's treasurer's wagon.
THE ELECTION AND TTS FRAUDS.-The
election for State and Coanty officers for
this County, held on la*t Wednesday,
passed off quietly-no disturbance whet
ever. We regret to say, however, that,
to our kuowlodge, there never was an
election held under greater disadvan?
tages. Intimidation was tho watchword.
The Radical ring knowing, or believing,
that the Conservatives would put candi?
dates iu the field for County offices, and
fearing this opposition, set their rascally
wita to work to carry the ?lection at all
hazards. With this view, they, first and
foremost, brought Deputy Marshals to
this place, in order, we firmly believe, to
intimidate tho people. The said Mar?
shals hung around for several days in all
the "pomp and circumstance" of their
official position, until last Sunday night,
when throe separate squads of cavalry
were detailed, ouch under command of a
Deputy Marshal. They left this plaoe
between ll and 12 o'clock, going in dif?
ferent directions. They scoured the
country from (he time of starting till
Monday noon, returning with six inno?
cent and unsuspecting citizens. The
midnight riding had the effect these
scoundrels desired, to a considerable ex?
tent, though not BO much as they had
hoped. The people were somewhat be?
wildered, but they were satisfied as to
the meaning of this midnight riding,
coming as it did just on the eve of the
election, and they determined to vote
and risk tho consequences; so they did,
though a great number, no doubt, were
deterred from voting from fears of arrest.
So much for . the intimidation scheme,
which we designate as fraud No. 1.
Fraud No. 2 consists in the Commis?
sioners of Election failing to provide a
box at each precinct with four separate
and distinot apartments, as the law
plainly contemplates, which reads thas:
"Each box for such precinct shall be
labeled as follows: 'Oongress,' 'State,'
.Circuit* and 'County Officers.* "
Instead of observing the law in the
above particular, the Commissioners
only provided a 6ingle box, containing
one single and general receptacle, into
which all the votes were deposited.
This being the case, a number of Con?
servative votes at Clinton, according to
the ruling of the managers at that box,
were lost, many voting the State ticket'
(Tomlinson's) folded with tho Conserva?
tive tioket for County officers. We learn
that ISO of these tickets were thrown
out at tho Clinton 'box alone, and we
presume the same will be, or has been,
done at other boxes.
Fraud No.. 3 (perhaps the greatest of
all) was in the failure to open the Lyons
box. This precinct was duly advertised
in this paper, and the managers ap?
pointed. The chairman came, as re?
quired, was qualified, received the box,
and left this place on Tuesday night, yet
no box was opened. Tho voters at that
precinct were promptly at the polls, and
waited there until ll o'clock. No mana?
ger appeared, and of course the voters
at that precinct were deprived of the
privilege of voting. Now, in our opi?
nion, this failure to open the polls at
said precinct, was au intentional fraud,
perpetrated in order to throw out the
whole vote, which the ring knew was
largely Conservative. Not less than 300
votes were lost to the Conservative party
by this failure to open the polls at the
Fraud No. 4 consists in the voting of
negroes under age, and others voting
"early and often." This was undoubt?
edly done here. This charge can be
substantiated and will be done. One
negro was caught ia the act of "repeat?
ing" his vote at this place. A number
of others voted here early ia the morn?
ing, were furnished conveyances, and
sent off to Hamilton's, where they re?
peated. This, we learn from reliable
authority, can also bo proved by the re?
cord, and by respectable citizens. Wa?
gon-loads of negroes were sent from
Clinton to this plaoe, and from this place
to Clinton, and repeated their votes.
Hence the large Radical majority in this
Knowing, as every one must know,
the numerous, unheard-of und mon?
strous frauds practiced in the late elec?
tion, wo can't see how any man, with a
particle of conscience, could qualify and
serve in the office to which he may have
We might be ia favor of making an
effort to contest the election, were it not
that we have no hope of a favorable con?
sideration; and, so far as we are con?
cerned, are disposed to give np all hope
of getting a fair election until the laws
aud regulations are changed in regard tu
voting, aud wo are agaia allowed regis?
tration, aud wheo tho commissioners of
election aud managers aro not all candi?
dates, and of thu sumo party, oras nearly
so as practicable, as is now the case.
We are unable to get correot returns
of tho election for this issue, but will
give them in our next. It is supposed,
however, that the Radical ticket, by
fraud and intimidation, will bo carried
by 700 votos or more.
Every morning for the past twenty
years, President Thiers has received
from au anonymous donor a bunch of
violets. Sometimes tho fragant bouquet
is laid outside the window of his bed?
room; sometimes it is found on the
chimnoy-pieco. Evou when M. Thiers
was in prison, at tho timo of tho coup
d'etat, the flowers, by somo moans or
other, found their way to his hands.
Tho first election under the ballot was
held in Ireland on tho 5th inst. Tho
election was a municipal ono for tho
commissioners of the town of Rathgar,
and all went oil quietly..
Tho friends and acqu&intauoos of Mr. and
Mrs. David G. Robertson, and Senator T. J.
Robertson and family, aro respectfully invited
to attend tho funeral sorvicos of SALLIE
OLIVE, youngoet daughtor of tho former, at
their residence, Wayne street, noar Blandiug,
at * o'clock, THIS" AFTERNOON.
ATTRACTION FOR THE FAIR I
IRWIN'S HALL~-7rwo Nights Only !
November 4 and 3.
JOST roturnod from Europo, ANDERSON,
tho ILLUSIONIST, assisted by LEONA
and COLUMBIA ANDERSON. Alao, YOUNO
Prof. 8HUBERT, eminent Pianist and Com?
poser, of Nilsson Opera Tronpo, has been OD- 1
gaged for thia occasion.
Tho Aili LAL SUSPENSION, by Leona An?
derson, whioh has created so much sensation
throughout Europo and the Sandwich I - lande,
will be introduced in an entirely different
manner from that over witnessed on the
lOO beautiful and coatly presents will be
distributed among the audio nco at eaoh per?
MOT Admission tl. Doors opon at 7. Com?
mence at 8. Reserved seat? can be had at
tho Hall, on FRIDAY, November 1, without
extra obargo. Seo email billa, Ac.
Oct 23_N 1,2,3.5
Oats! Oattll Oatslll
1f\f\f\ BUSHELS PRIME FEEDING I
. \JvJvJ OATS, just recoivod and for
eato by_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
-fl r\ BARRELS Ano APPLES', juBtreceived,
JL\_/ '.vhioh'.I will aell low in quantifie? to 1
suit purchasers. J.D. BATEMAN,
Out 23 1 j_At Columbia Ice Bonne.
LOST, this day, by'B. 0. Lylee, $40-two I
$20 billa. I will pay the above reward for |
tho delivery of the eaiu $40 to
JOHN C. SWYGERT,
At Gopolaad A Boarden's Store, Columbia, 8.
C._._Oct 23 1*
BY an Englishman of nine years experi?
ence, a (SITUATION in a Drug Store.
First class references given. Apply to
A. B. H..
Oct 22 2 _Post Offloe, Danville. Va.
S)K BARRELS choico selected EATING
?U O POTATOES, just reooived and for sale
bj_JOHN AGNEW A BON.
OUB friend COOPER, the Artist, has re-1
turned home, and has flttod up his Gal?
lery very nicely, at his old stand, on Plain |
street, noar Shiver's atoro, where he is taking
PICTURES in every stylo of the art; and hun?
dred? are glad of his return, for he is the first
man that worked cheap for the people. All
in want of handsome Pictures aro respectfully
invited to give him a call, at the Blue House.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
WOULD invito atten
tiou to his stock of *'s^
Watches and Ohains,
In groat variety, for ladioi* and gents* wear.
Jewelry, in Diamond, Pearl, Coral,
And otbor styles, new aiidlfyeautiful.
Sliver and Piof.Vit Ware?,
lu great variety, plain and, fancy, of rarest |
Table Cutlery, Communion Sets,
Music Boxes1, from $50 Up,
Masonic Jewels, etc.
Special attention ?ivon to ordors, sent C. O.
D. , with privilege to return, or exchange, if |
not approved on pj^bt._Oct 22 2ino
JUST received at MCKENZIE'S, a select <
assortment of FRENCH BON-BONS, con?
sisting, in part, of the following articles, viz:
Norgatinos, Cream Cherries, (.(lacie Chest?
nuts, Crystalized Fruit, and a full lino of
FRESH CANDIES made daily, of tho bt>Bt
quality._Pot 20 6
To the Lovers of Oood Things.
MCKENZIE bas. jost received a fine lot of
CANNED GOODS, among tho assort?
ment aro Preserved Gages, Oherries, Straw?
berries, Ac; amrrng.the fresh fruits Pine-ap?
ples, Grapes, California Apricots, Ac. We
have, also, Spiced Salmon, Pickled Lobster,
Potted Ham, Brandied Fruits of all kinds.
Among tho vegetables, Lima Beans, Aspara?
gus, Green Fe aa, and a variety of other arti?
cles, snob as Dedicated Cocoanut, Celery Salt,
Olives, Pepper Sahoe, Fresh Prunes and Figs,
Nuts ot all kinds, Home-made Jellies.
Oct 20 C? Main street, near State House.
KITTS COUNTRY BUTTER, for cook- I
ing purposes. HOPE A GYLES. 1
JOHN AGNEW & SON, I
WI IO Li KS AL, IC LIQUOR DEALERS, !
OFFER to the trade, at unusually low
prices, 100 whole and hair barrels, con?
sisting in part of:
CHOICE RYE WHISKEY,
Roc tilled and Oom Whiskey,
Pure New England J (nm,
Domestic Gina and Brandies.
Also, Old Otard Brandy, Holland Gin, ,
Wolfe's Sohiedam Sohnapps, Port, Sherry and
Madeira Wines, ohoioe imported and Califor?
nia Champagnes, MoEwen's Alo, Barclay,
Peekins A Co.'a London Porter, Ac, Ac, to
which thoy invito the attention of purchasers.
Oct IC JOHN AGNEW & SON.
PATRONIZE HOME ENTERPRISE !
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES I
ALARGE Btock of CARRIAGES and
BUGGIES, of our own manufacturo, war?
ranted to bo sunerior Btock and workman?
ship, now in the Repository. Also, a number
of good Northorn-made Vehicles, whioh aro |
offered for sale at reasonable prices.
Carriage and Wagon Manufactory.
Having added a number of skilled workmen
to the former force, we are prepared, with the
boat selected materials, to execute orders for
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and WAGONS, of
any stylo. Also, REPAIRING and PAINT?
ING, whioh we warrant to give satisfaction.
JOHN AGNEW. Proprietor.
M. J. CALNAN, Agent.
Oats and Corn.
1f\f\f\ B?SHELS FEEDING OATS,
.\JUU 700 bushels White Corn, for
salo low for cash._HOPE A GYLES.
K/"a BUSHELS Rod Spring SEED WnEAT,
PVJ t?r "?10 by_HOPE A. GYLES.
FOUND AT LAST !
rpHE place to buy evorything wanted. Tho
1 bost selection ot PERFUMERY ever
off"rod in Columbia, tho following brand of
which elanda conspicuous:
With evory bottle of this Perfume sold, a pic
turo of General R. E. Leo is given.
GREELEY & GRANT PRIZE BOXES,
Containing Cindy and Pictures of those dis?
PERFUME ATOMIZERS, for refreshing and
roviving tho ?ervos.
CIGARS, of the finest flavors and best
FRENCH CANDIE8, in all variety; also,
plain and assorted, together, with many other
dosirablo articles too numerous to mention.
Oct 20 C.V. ANTWERP.
For the Fair rf the Cotton States Me?
chanics and Agricultural Associa?
CHABLOTTE, COLOMBIA ANO ACQUHTA B. R. CO.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.. October 17.1872.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS for tho above
Fair, good for five days, will be sold at
all regnlar stations on this road, commencing
with SUNDAY, 20th inBt&nt. Parchase your
ticket? bofuro entering tho cara.
E. R. DORSEY,
Oct 186_General Ticket Agent.
For the Fair of the Carolinas.
CHABLOTTE, COLUMBIA ARO AUOUBTA R. R. CO.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., October 16,1872.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS for tho above Fair,
good for five days, will be sold at all
regular ?tationB on this road, commencing
; with 8UNDAY, 20th instant. Purchase your
tickets before entering the care.
E. R. DOR8ET,
j Oct 17 0_General Ticket Agent.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP!
lu Bank to Pay Prizes.
A FULL DRAWING LS BIGHT.
THE GRAND GIFT CONCERT, for the
benefit of the Publie Library of Ken?
tucky, ?B poutDoned to SATURDAY, tho 7th of
December, for the following reasons: ., J\.,
1. The failure of certain agen?a to m^ke ro
turns in time for the drawing to take place
2. The accumulation of orders, during, th?
last lew days to auob an extent that it was not
poaaible to fill thom and have the drawing on
S. The general expressed desire of tioket
holdors that a full drawing might be had,
oven it it made a short postponement neces?
4. Tho belief of the management that by a
short postponement the remnant of unsold
tiokets can be disposed of, and all the prizes
paid in fad, without the necessity of any pro
rata eoaling down.
For tnoae reasons, coupled wit,b the earnest
desire lobenefit tho Public Library by a larger
balance-, and the tick et-hold ere by larger gifts,
I the concert and distribution have been post?
poned i?> Saturday, the 7th of December, 1872.
On that day and no other the drawing will
positively and unequivocally come off in the
great hall of the Public Library building, be?
ginning .at precisely 6 o'clock A. M., and con?
tinue until tho whole 1,000 gifts are awarded.
The payment bf .the gifts will begin the third
day after the drawing, and Continue for six
months, in current funds, by -the Farmers'
and Drovers' Bank, or by sight draft upon the
Fonrth National Bank, New York, at the op?
tion of the gift ticket-holders.
?.lat of Gif la.
One Grand Gift, Cash..$100.000
0 no Grand Gitt..." 150,000
lCaBhGift.t2S.000 4, Caoh Gifte.*2,000each
1 Cash?ift.-20,000 15OaebGifts. l.OOOeaoh
1 Cash Gift. 15,000 20 Cash Gift?. 900 each
1 Cash Gift. 10.000 21 Cash Gifts. 800 each
lOaBhGift. 9.000 25 Cash Gifts.' 700 each
1 Cash Gift. 8,000 85 Caeh Gifla. 600 each
1 Cash Gift. 7,000 45 Oa-h Gifts. 500eaoh
1 Cash Gift. 6.000 60 Cash Gifts. 400 each
1 Cash Gift', 5.0Q0 60 Cash Gifts. SOO each
1 Cash Gift. 4,000 100 Cash Gifts. 200 each
1 Cash Gift. 3,000 612 Cash Gifts. 100 each
Total, 1,000 Gifts, all Cash.1500,000
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, $10; halves, (5; quarters,
$2.50; ll whole tickets for $100; 28 for $225; 56
for $500; 113 for $1,000 ; 225 for $2,500; 575 for
$5,000. No discount on less than $100 worth
of tickets at a time.
Tho money necessary to pay in fall all the
offered gifts is now upon deposit in tho Farm?
ers' and Drovers' Bank, as will be seen by the
following certificate of the Cashier:
FABMEBB' AMP DBOVEBS' BANK;
LOUISVILLE. KY., Sept. 26,1872.
This ia to certify, that there is now on de?
posit in this bank over half a million of dol?
ara to the credit of the Gift Concert fond,
?MO,000 of which is held by this bank, aa
Treasurer of the Public Library of Kentucky,
to pay off all gifts to be awarded at the draw?
ing. B. 8.VSACH, Cashier.
lion. JOHN BAMJKK, Manager of tho Royal
Insurance Company, Liverpool, and Colonel
JILBOM P. JOHNSON, Proprietor of the Galt
Boaso, will act aa a committee on Ibo.part of
tho Trustees to take charge of the tags be
foie the drawing, count them, place them in
tho wheel, and personally see that corres?
ponding numbers for all the tickets sold go
into the wheel. After tho drawing ia over,
the wheel, with its contents, will be placed in ,
tho hands of a committos on the part of the
ticket-holders, to satisfy themselves whether
all tiokets sold were represented in drawing.!
Blind children, in foll view of the audience
will alternately draw the tags from one of the
glass wheels and the gift* belonging to them
from the other, and tho official record of the
drawing thoa conducted will be kept by three
tellers chosen from different banks in the ci ty.
Tho drawing will be published in the Louis?
ville papers and New York Ber?ld, and official
copies mailed to all parties out of Louisville
to whom tickets have been sent by letter.
Tho remnants of tickets yet unsold will be
furnished to those who first apply for them,
and aa general a distribution of them will be
made among agents as their limited number
will permit. No agent will be pormitted, on
any account whatever, to bold or sell a tickot
for the management after November 25,1872.
This postponement has boen made by ad?
vice of the Trust?es, with tho sole object of
the real benefit of both tho tioket-holder and
the Public Library, and all concerned may
rost perfectly assured that the positive ana
final programme here announced will be oar?
riod out to the Utter. 1
THOMAS E. BB?MLETTE,
Agent Tubbo Library Kentucky, Pabilo Li?
brary Building, Louisville, Kentucky;
BETTEiingB 26. 3872._ Pot 5 swig
Distilled by the Proprietors,
AT StHIKDAM, IFf HOLLAND.
AN INVIGORATING TONIC
AND MEDICINAL BEVERAGE.
Warranted perfectly puro, and fi se from all
deleterious substances. It is distilled from
BAULKY of the finest quality, and the ABOUJ -
TIC J ns ir KR 13 KR ? Y OF ITALY and designed
expressly tor cases of Dyspepsia or Indiges?
tion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheumatism, General
Debility, Catarrh of the Bladder, Pains in the
Back and Stomach, and all diseases of tho
Uriuary Organs. It gives great relier in
Asthma, Gravel and Calculi iu the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorato? the system, ansi
ia a certain preventative and core of that
droadful scourge, FEVEB ANO AGUK.
CAUTION 1 Ask for "Hunsos G. WOLVE'B
For sale by all reupoctable Grooera and Ano*
HUDSON G. WOLFE St CO., Solo Importera.
Offico, 18 South William street, New York.
Sept 16 3mo