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PARIS, October 24.- Tbe German
troops have *evaouated Rheims, and a
Frenoh garrison marobed in amid great
KOMI:, Ou to bor 21.-Alarming reports
are provident ot* floods each side of tbe
Po. Tbe Minister of Publio Works bas
gone to tho scene of the flood.
PABIS, Ootober 24.-Rossel)., who was
a prominent Communist, has beenfdund
guilty by a court martial of the charges
against him, and been sentenced to
Theophilo Gantis, tbe French poot,
novelist and critic, died yesterday.
The evacuation of the Departments of
tho Marue and Upper Marne by the Ger?
man troops is oompleted.
NEW YORK, October 21-It is rumored
that Bonner's Pocahontas has the mala?
dy. 150 Btreet oars and fifty stageB have
been taken off. Blood-letting and drench?
ing have been found to be failures, and
many horses have died from tho treat?
ment. Among tho various lemedies ueed
are a solution of tar and belladonna, ac
oonite given horneopathioally, and Tay?
lor's compound food, the produot of the
Manhattan Food Mill Oompany. This
last mentioned is the only remedy which
has a marked success as a preventive and
a ou re.
Many oaBes of the horse malady exist
in Hoboken, Jersey Oity and vioinity.
It is estimated that thirty-five per cent,
of the horses have the malady in various
stages. From 8,000 to 10,000 are sick,
Alarming stories are afloat that humar
being*) are subject to the infection, bul
ao far they are not authenticated.
Mrs. Greeley ii easier. It is hopee
she will survi vo her present attack.
PHILADELPHIA, Ootober 24.-Horse
owners are excited, but not a siegle eas?
has yet appeared.
ROOHESTEB, Ootober 24.-A heav;
frost lost night, but the horse disease i
severer than ever. None are seen on th
streets. Hand-oar ts and porters are de
livering goods. Tho disease has ap
psared among the canal horses along th
fine. There is great difficulty in pro
curing conveyances for funerals.
CHICAGO, Ootober 21.-The horse mo
lady has appeared here. Fifty oases ar
in the Southside Railroad Company'
NEWBUHO, N. Y, Ootober 21.-Th
horse malady has appeared here. Thre
NEW YORK, Ootober 24.-A Brookly:
gentleman has sent a communication t
the agent of tho Now York Associate
Press, stating that a sub cutaneous ir
j notion of phinio acid is a rapid care fe
the horse disease. The quantity to h
administered is small.
WASHENOION, Ootober 24.-The agr
cultural report says returns have bee
received from (Jon nt ios representing
large proportion of the wheat of eac
State, which indicate an increase <
about five per cent, over the produot <
last year,- which was - estimated at 230
000.000' bushels. It is probable that tl
completed esticaate will not fall short i
210,000,000 bushels. Upon au an
of a little less than 20,000,000 acres, tb
will make a yield of between twelve ai
thirteon bushels per nore, which may 1
considered an average for the Unite
States. The increase of States West <
the Mississippi appears to be abo
Probabilities-lu the North-west ai
the Missouri Valley, reduced pressure
Southerly winds, and partly oloudy ni
warmer weather, extending on Thursdi
to the Western lakes and the midd
Mississippi and lower Ohio Valleys,
the lower Mississippi Valley, and then
over tho Gulf States, Georgia and t
Carolinas, Northerly to Westerly wind
clear and dearing weather, with occ
sional light raia from North Carolina
Lake Erie, and thence over the Mide
States and New England, brisk Nort
easterly winds, threatening weather a:
Nsw YORK, October 21-Evening.
Mrs. Greeley has relapsed.
The tobacco manufacturers and deal)
have resolved to favor no candidate 1
Congress who will not pledge himself
contend for a modification of the prese
oppressive taxation of their interests.
A. D. Strollogo, late private eeorett
to Consul Butler, in Egypt, prints a lo
affidavit, detailing the proceedings
Butler, by whioh the latter made so
$20,000 in gold, by a system of bia.
mailing and other reprehensible wa
Strollogo also states that Butler v
drunk nearly all the time, and was
frequent street rows and fights, and \
under a subsidy of some ?2,000 per
num from the Khedive.
Various reports of the horse diso
are received to this evening, but it
generally conoeded that no mortality
yet accompanies it. The papers disc
the various modes of treatment, so
being successful with lobelia, otb
with tar, and one person gives testime
of the French treatment by phonic a
injections luto the veins. A great nt
ber of the horses which oontinue to
seen in the streets show signs of be
under tho influence of the disease.
PROVIDENCE, R. I., October 24.-'
horse malady is hore.
Financial tana Commercial,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Ootober 24.-S
of cotton to-day 127 bales-midd
LONDON, Ootober 24-Noon.-C
sols 92. 5s 88)?.
PARIS, Ootober 24- Rentes 52f. 70
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 24-3 P. IV
Cotton opened quiet-uplands 9%;
leans 10^@10>?; sales 12,000 bi
speculation and export 4,000.
LONDON, Ootober 24-Evening
Bullion decreased ?38,200.
LTVBBPOOL, Ootober 21-Evenin
Cotton dosed quiet-uplands 9??@
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NEW YORK, Ootober 21-Noon.
ton quiet; sales 976 bales-uplands 1
Orleans 20. Floor dull and deolin
Wheat dull and heavy. Corn a si
firmer. Pork quiet-mesB 15.45? 15.50.
Lard steady-steam Freights
dull. Stocks strong. Money easy, at
5. Gold steady, at 12%. Exchange
long 8%; short 10^. Governments dull
but stead v. State bonds strong.
7 P. M. - Cotton-net receipts 38G
bales; gross 580. Sales of futures 7,000
bales: October 193-16; November 18%,
1811-10; December 18 9-10, 18%; Janu?
ary 18%; February 19 5-16; March 19%,
1915-16; April 20??, 20%; May 20%,
20 11-16. Cotton quiet; sales 1,723 bales
-uplands 19>? ; Orleans 20. Flour droop?
ing-good to choice firstname.lastname@example.org. Whis?
key unchanged. Wheat lo. lower and
holders anxious-winter red Western
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lower. Rico firm, at Pork
activer, ot firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard" firmer,
at 8)?@9. Freights firmer. Monoy
closed easy, at 3(3)4. Sterling 8 13-16(a>
8%. Gold 12%(a)13%. Governments
dull, at %(ilV.i?. lower. States quiet.
CINCINNATI, October 24.-Flour dull
and unchanged. Corn drooping. Pork
firm-city 14.50. Lard in good demand
-kettle 7%. Bacon quiet-shoulders
6>2! olear sides Whiskey firmer,
ST. LOUIS, October 24.-Bagging un?
changed. Flour quiet and unchanged.
Corn dull and lower-No. 2, mixed, 36,
in elevator. Whiskey steady, at 89.
Pork higher and scarce, at 15.50. Lard,
LOUISVILLE, Ootober 24.-Flour quiet
and firm-extra family email@example.com. Com
quiet, at 45@47. Provisions in fair de?
mand and firm; Blocks carried. Shoul?
ders 7^@7X; clear rib sides 11>??
11%; clear sides 11%@12, paoked.
Lard-none here. Whiskey quiet aud
steady, at 83.
BALTIMOKE, Ootober 24.-Flour firm
Howard street superfine 5.50(0)6.50.
Wheat quiet and firm. Corn dull
white 71(^73; yellow 60. Provisions un?
changed. Whiskey 93>?. Cotton quiet.
CHARLESTON, October 24.-Cotton
quiet-middling 18%@18%; receipts
2,847 bales; sales 40U; stock 28.511.
BOSTON, Ootobor 24.-Cotton steady
middling 20>?; receipts 2,931 bales;
sales 200; stock 3,000.
NEW ORLEANS, Ootober 25.-Cotton in
moderate demand and easier-good ordi?
nary 17%@18; low middling 18>??'@
18%; middling 19; receiots 8,049 bales;
sales 1,800; stock 92,684."
SAVANNAH, October 2t.-Cotton firm
and in good demand-middling 18jK'(7y
18J,i; receipts 422 bales; salos 1,415;
MOBILE, October 24.-Cotton quiet
and easy-middling 18%; reooiptt 1,458
bales; sales 250; stock 10,327.
HYDROPHOBIA IN NEW JERSEY.-A
frightful case of hydrophobia is reported
in Union Township, near Newark, N. J.
Some four weeks ugo, Miss Mury Ter
bune was bitten in tho nose and lip by
tho family dog. Thc animal ran away.
Tho wound closed and healed, and no?
thing was thought of the matter. Last
Saturday, however, Miss Terbuno, iu
using a wot towoi, felt the symptoms of
hydrophobia coming on. She said no?
thing till Saturday night, when the
symptoms assumed an alarming state, so
that a doctor was called in. Her case
grows gradually worse, and now there is
no hope of her recovery. She boars her
torture of thirst with a horror of water,
of hunger with inability to swallow, of
wanting to breathe without power to in?
halo satisfactorily, and, worst of all, an
intense and uuoontrolable nervous ex?
citement which is dreadful, all the time
possessing bor reasoning faculties with
the utmost clearness.
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.-lu Macon, on
Monday, Mr. J. J. Simons attempted to
destroy his life. He was at the timo un?
dergoing an examination before a magis?
trate on a oharge of assault with intent
to murder Mr. O. E. Besore, whom he
had stabbed in the neck a few days pre?
vious. During the recess of the court
tho prisoner, feigning toothache, was ac?
companied by the bailiff to a drug store,
where he purchased a vial of laudanum
and drank the eutiro contents. Soon
after returning to the court room, Si?
mons manifested great drowsiness, und a
physician was called in to try and save
bis life. His condition was considered
very critical, at a lute hour ou Monday
DISMISSED FROM THE NAVAL ACADEMY
FOR "HAZING" TUE COLORED CADET.
Hear Admiral Case, acting Secretary of
the Navy, Monday ovoning, issued an
order dismissing from tho Naval Acade?
my Cadet Robert D. Diggea, for "haz?
ing" the colored cadet, Conyers. Cadet
Digges is from tho Fifth Congressional
District of Maryland, and was appoiuted
by Hon. Wm. M. Merrick, tho Repre?
sentative in Congress from that district.
It scorns that Conyers was walking
through tho grounds ut the Naval Acade?
my, when he was met by Digges, whoa a
fight ensued, and Conyers got tho worst
of it.- Washington Star.
ACCIDENT.-While the horses wore en?
deavoring to make a start in the running
race, Mr. CR. Franklin's horse Buck?
shot beoame fraotious, and while Mr. F.
was endeavoring to pacify the horse it
reared np. knocking him down and bad?
ly injuring his right knee.
The insurrection at Ferrol, in Spain,
is completely ended. On the appronoh
of the Government troops the rebels fled
in every direotion. 500 of them were
captured, but without bloodshed, as they
offered no r?sistance, while the rest es?
caped to the mountains.
GOOD FORTUNE OF A GEOROIA BOY.
David Ross, a Maoon boy, who went to
New York soon after tho war, bas invent?
ed a match which promises to supersede
all others in use, and he has already re?
fused $30,000 for his invention.
A post office has jurat been established
in Abbeville County, at Dry Grove, and
Mr. T. A. Daniel appointed postmaster.
He pronounces it Frood.
Proceedings or City Council-Special
COLUMBIA, S. C., Ootober 23, 1872.
Council met ot 3.30 P. M. Present
His Honor tho Mayor, and Aldermen
Carpenter, Thompson, Lowndes, Carroll,
Mitchell, Wilder, Carr, Griffin and
Cooper. Absent-Aldermen Hogo, Wil?
liams and Young.
Tho Mayor stuted that tho time for tho
regular meeting was on tho 22d, but
owing to there being uo quorum, by re?
quest, bo had called thin meeting, for tho
purpose of transacting regular business.
Tho roll was called, and a quorum
being present, tho minutes of Inst regu?
lar meeting, and also of tho special
meeting of October 1, were read and ap?
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS.
The following communication from
Joh uson Hugood WOB presented aud read :
BARNWELL 0. H., S. C., Oct. 18, 1872.
To His Honor thc Mayor of Columbia, S. C.
DEAR SIR: Tne tenor of tho published
proceedings of tho City Council, on the
10th instaut, in relation to tho suit pend?
ing between them and the Agricultural
Society, induces this communication and
ls it practicable, on some day before
the next annual meeting of tho society,
(1th November, proximo,) to meat thc
Council, or some committee delegated by
it with authority to speak, aud ascertain
definitely and iu detail what settlement
of the suit will meet tho views of thc
Council?- You arc, perhaps, aware thal
an Executive Committee manages th(
affairs of the society, when it is not it
session-though, in this mutter, its actioi
oould oily be recommendatory of an np
proved settlement to tho society. Theil
recommendation would, however, carr
mnoh weight. I think that nt short no
tico a quorum of tho committee could bi
got to meet for this purpose in Colum
bia. At any rate, I would meet yon, a
President of tho society, and present ii
my opening address to tho society, at it
meeting in November, tho results of th
conference. Saturday, November 2
would best suit me, if it meets the cot:
venieuce of yourself aud the Council,
have the houor to be your obedient sei
(Signori.) JOHNSON HAGOOD,
President State Agricultural Society.
On motion of Alderman Wilder, tb
same was referred to Special Committe
on Fuir Grounds to confer with th
party and report back to Council.
Tho following was presented and roai
To thc Honorable Mayor and Hoard <
Aldermen of the eily of Columbia.
GENTLEMEN: We, tho undersigned cit
zeus of tho city of Columbia, petitic
your honorable body that tho recent a
tion, whereby the romoval and salo <
the debris of the New Market was ordo
ed, be revoked, and that thu present sil
of the sumo be leased to respunsib
parties for the term of fifteen years, c
the following condition: That the parti
pay tho oity a fair valuation for the m
tcrial now lying on said site, and tl
said parties to erect and complete a got
and substantial market or bazaar buil
iug on the present ground-dimensio
to cost not less than $15,000, and at tl
expiration of said loase tho said buil
ing, with the appurtenances thcrcun
belonging, to revert to the city as a reul
for said term of lease.
(Signed) GEORGE RICHMOND,
F. D. MORRIS,
WM. M. TAYLOB.
C. P. BEM?ON,
J. D. HALTIWANGER,
L. H. BRYAN,
S. D. SWYGERT,
On motion of Alderman Carpont
the same was referred to Committee
Now City Hall and Market.
A communication was received fr?
Vena Nilson, preferring charges ngaii
Daniel Simpson, of tho police force,
using bad language and cursing her.
Ou motion of Aldorman Oarpeut
same was referred to Committee
Guard House and Police.
The following petition, signed by fr
100 to 500 citizens, was presented r
read, and on motion of Alderman C
pouter, was referred to Special Coma
tee on Fair Grounds:
COLUMBIA, S. C., Ootober IS, 1872
7b the Honorable Mayor and Alden
of the city nf Columbia:
The undersigned citizens of Colum
respectfully ask your honorable bodj
reconsider your action, whereby
City Attorney was instructed to prosee
tho suit in relation to tho Fair Orouu
They respectfully suggest that it is mi
fostly to tho great interests of tho
that tho annual fairs should contium
be held here permanently, and that e\
obstacle should be removed which i
tend to prevent the same. Rjspectf
Tho Mayor stated that he had thc '
givon by the Council of March, 1870
tho Trustees of tho Agricultural Soc
for tho Fair Grounds, and reoommerj
that tho same be published. Some
bate ensued, whon it was thought tc
The following resolution was preso;
by Alderman Wilder and adopted:
* Resolved, That the City Attorno;
instructed to withhold from any fur
prosecution of the law-suit now pen
botween the city of Columbia and
representatives of the South Cart
Agricultural and Mechanical Associa*
until further orders from tho City C
The following resolution was preso
by Alderman Thompson aud adopte*
Resolved, That the Special Comm
on the Fair Grounds are hereby un1
ized and directed to meet the Hon. J
son Hugood, President of the Agi
tura! and Meohanioal Society, and ri
sent the City Council in behalf o
oity of Columbia, and report the r
of their conference to the next meeting
of the City Council after said oonferonco.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Tho Committee of Ways and Means
reported baok the statement of the City
Clerk for tho month of September, as
examined and found correct.
On motiou of Alderman Thompson,
the report of tho Committee was adopted.
Alderman Wilder, from Committee on
Accounts, returned tho hill of John
Aguew, Jr., for lumber, saying that ho
could nob recommend the paymont of
tho sumo, and asked of (Jonucil to take
uction in the matter.
Alderman Carroll thought tho prioe
charged for tho lumber too high.for tho
quality of the same.
Considerable debato ensued, when, on
motion of Alderman Carpenter, the bill
was referred to tho Street Committee, for
them to confer with Mr. Agnew and get
a reduction of the bill.
Tho Committee on Market reported
back tho report of Clerk of the Market
for September, as examined and found
On motion of Alderman Carpenter,
theroportof the Committee was adopted.
Tho Committee on Water Works, to
whom was referred the petition of nume?
rous citizens for a water plug to bo es?
tablished at intersection of Lumber and
Henderson streets, reported the same
back to Council, with recommendation
that same be granted.
On motion of Alderman Thompson,
tho recommendation of the Committoe
The Committee of Ways and Means,
to whom was roferred tho potition of the
police force for increase of pay, reported
? the Bamo back, with the following on
i dorsement: Tho Committee have exa?
mined the petition of the police force for
un increase of pay, and beg leave to re?
port tbut the present condition of the
j city finances will not justify the City
I Council in any further increuse of tin
I current expenditures.
On motion, the recommendation o'
the Committee was adopted.
Tho following ordioanoe, in regard te
guming, was offered for fust reading, bj
his Honor the Mayor:
AN ORDINANCE IN RELATION TO GAMING.
Be it orduined bu the Mayor and Alder
men of the City of Columbia, in Counci
assembled, and by authority of the same
That if any person or person? shall a
any timo after tho passage of this ordi
nance play ut any tavern, inn, or stori
for the retailing of spirituous liquors, o
in any house used as a place of gaming
or in any barn, kitchen, stable or out
house, or in any street, highway, or ii
any open wuotls, Gold or open place, a
any gamo or gumes with curds or dice
or at any gaming table, or at any fur
bank, or ut uny other table or bunk o
thu sume or liko kind, under any dene
mutation whatsoever, except tho game
of billiards, bowls, backgammon, Chees
draughts or whist, or shall bet on th
sides or bauds of such us do game, un
every porsou or porsons so playing, c
betting on the sides Or bauds of such o
do game, shall bo tined iu a sum not lei
than five dollars nor more than ono hut
On motion of Alderman Cooper, Coui
eil ndjouruo 1. CHAS. BARNUM,
A find, which may turn out to bo a
interesting one, has been made by D
Graut, of the American Mission at Cuir<
in the shape of a Hebrew MSS. of po
tiocs of tho Bible. It was found in
synagogue in tho neighborhood of Cair
reported to have been built forty-fit
years before tho second temple was d>
stroyed. It was carefully deposited in
niche in tho wall, tem feat above tl
ground, and had to bo secured by tl
means of a ladder. 1'urtious, at least, i
this MSS., which still awaits proper e
uminution, ure supposed to be very ol
A German marble cutter of Albany b
instituted a Buit against a well-know
dealer for payment of wages. The wor
man was instructed to cut upon a tom
stone, "Let her soul rest in peace," b
being cramped for space he abbreviati
the sentence thus: "Let her soul r. i. p
i Tho person who ordered tho stone won
not accept it, and it wus returned to t
dealor, who deducted tho outlay ho hi
been put to, from the wages of the plai
Jane Gr??y, of La Crosse, Wis., left ll
hnsbaud becauso ho was poor, fc
months thereu?to-, ho fell heir to a fe
tune. Jauc made her appear ?meo at 1
husband's door, ono stormy evenic
about that time, und, being refuse
passed tho night in the cow house. No
of tho neighbors would givo her shel
or a meal.
Lately an English plow was introduc
into one of the provinces of India, a
tho natives were taught its superior
over their own clumsy machinery,
first astonished nud delighted at its
fects, us soon as tho agent's back v
turned, they painted it red and sot it
on ono end and worshipped it.
California has n milkman, who,
185G, sold the lacteal fluid from two ci
he carried about tho streets suspene
from his shoulders. He now owns I,!
Devon and Alderney oows. Tho na
of the successful gentleman is S. C. i
bott. His property is assosBed ut SK
A spicy kerosene lamp item is c
tained in a despatch from Chicago,
the 15th. By tho explosion of a lamjr.
this description, eleven frame buildi
and a jewelry store were destroyed,
volving a loss of 850,000. The insura:
Thoro is difficulty in finding a j
when an Indian comos before an Omi
court. Ono of tho panel being asked
he had any prejudice, replied: "No; o
I've boen chased by 'om, been in BOVI
battles with 'om, and would hang ev
devil of 'em at sight."
A Pennsylvania farmer, at an aucti
bought au old hearse, because L
"been wantiu' a rig of some kind to t
Mariar and the obildren to circuses i
fairs, and haul potatoes in."
CONDEMNATION CALLED FOI?.-It bas
boen pretty well ascertained that over
300 white men in this County failed to
nttoud the polls in the 10th ult., and that
a like uputby in other Counties has
caused tiie defeat of Governor Perry,
our candidato for Congress. If this bo
tho case, and there is abundant proof to
substantiate it, wo know of no language
strong enough with which to condemn
and denounce their course. How can
freemen ever expect to be tronted as free?
men when they "lie supinely on their
backs and hng tho delusivo phantom of
hopo?" People that won't help them?
selves can't expect assit ance from others.
Aud just so long as a largo number of
our white men seem content to remain
at home on election day, and fail to cast
their ballots on the sido of right and
honesty, just so long will we continue to
bo oppressed and misrepresented.
[ Winnsboro Netcs.
DEATH.-It is with no ordinary feel?
ings of regret that we announce the
death iu this town, on yesterday morn?
ing, after a brief illness, of Mr. Wm. M.
Nicholson. Born and raised in this
community, be had endeared himself to
all by the kindness of his nature and the
benevolence of his heart. He had no
enemies. He was tho friend of all who
needed a friend, and his death will create
a vacuum that will be sadly felt by many.
At an early age, while u more boy, he
volunteered in the Chester oompanyof
the Palmetto Il>ment for the war with
Mexico; aud, with unflinching courage
and resolution, bore all tho perils and
hardship*; of that illustrious band of
soldiers. lu 1801 ho agaiu promptly
shoulder od his musket at the call of the
State, and continued in service till
honorably discharged on account of phy
I sioal disability. Mr. Nicholson was
I about forty-thrco years of age at the time
of bis death. - Chester Reporter.
-.>- . --
Edgeworth Female Seminary, at
Greensboro, N. C., waB destroyed by fire
on Monday last. Edgeworth had re?
cently been occupied as a residence by
Mr. J. A. Gray, the o-vner of the pro?
perty, and was insured for about $10,000.
It was built in 1810, by Gov. Morehead,
who gave it its name.
Attorney-General Williams has recom?
mended to the President the pardon of
Wm. Teel, one of thc Ka Klux prisoners
confined in tho Albany penitentiary, on
account of continued ill health. This
pardon is one of tho' number asked for
by Gerrit Smith.
Mrs. Fuir manages to keep herself be
foro tho people in San Frunci9co. She
lately sued her mother for debt, and ber
mother contributed still further to the
excitement by takiug a small dose of
laudanum when ehe heard that the ver?
dict had gone against her.
A Wiscousiuer has invented a bed?
stead with a partition, intended to pro?
tect sleepers from each other's baleful
breath. lu families where onions are
regularly consumed, the invention has
reaped some golden opinions.
Henry Mauiguult was killed by Solo?
mon Lyons, in St. Andrew's Par ich, on
thu 23d, on account of the intimacy of
tho former with thu latter's wife. All
C. W. Buttz, oncea notorious carpet?
bagger in Virginia, bas been elected So?
licitor of the First Circuit of South Ca?
rolina, embracing the Counties of
Charleston und Orangeburg.
Deaths in Charleston for the past
week, ll-whites 2; colored 12.
ALL ci tizona in favor of tho election of
HOKACE GREELEY and B. ?RATZ
BROWN, for Presidont and Vice-president of
tho United States, aro requosted to meet at
tho Hibcrniau'Hall. over Meters. J. Agnew A
Bon's store, THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, Tor
tho purpose of forming a club.
JOHN MCKENZIE, County Chairman.
Oct 22_ _ 1
New Hulled Buckwheat.
BARRELS-first of the seaaon. Fori
Hain by_GEO. SYMMKKB.
rr pr BUSHELS Chilean White SEED I
j O WHEAT-a choico variety.
50 bushels Ked Spring Wheat. For salo for I
greenbacks._HOPE A OYLEH.
Palmetto Lodge, No. 5,1. 0. 0. F.
THE regular meot
_sing of this Lodge will I
ECOSSE*7be hold in Masonic]
Hall,Tfllh (Friday! EVENING, at 7 o'clock,
by order of tho N.G. I. BULZBACHElt,
Oct 23 1 Secretary.
Lawyers, Take Notice.
fTlHE second volume, new Berte?, nf RI-1
JL GHARDSON'S LAW REl'OKTB is now
ready, aud tor salo by 1?. L. BRYAN.
BAX FER & SEI ?ELS.
ATTORNEYS A J L. A \V ,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
J?~g- Ofiieo Main street, noarly oppobito Co?
llin) Ilia Hotel.
JAMES M. BAXTER. J. T. SEIBELS.
Will not, under any circumstances, visit COI
As has been heretofore announced bv our bi
desires to state that the GREAT SHOW OF Tl
that under ?ll circumstance* it shall reraai
curiosities, whilo the Henagorie i? noted tor i
with which is the best Circus in the world, and
. Oct 25
Bacon, Flour, Butter, Cheese, &c.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SONS.
Wo will eoll THIS (Friday) MORNING, at 10
o'clock, at our Action blore, to close con?
signments, regardless of weather,
Smoked HIDE? and SHOULDERS,
D. B. Sides, Stripe, Hams.
Long Clear Sidon, smoked,
Dolly Varden Shoulders,
(Smoked lieef, Flour, Cheese.
Mackerel, Butter, Potatoes, Ac.
Ono Ano Saddle and Draft Pony.
Sale positive. Conditions cash. Oct 25
WHITE, RED and YELLOW. Just the
timo to plant. For sale at
Oct 25 1 CANT WELL'S, Main etreot.
Every Mian Should
DEAL with the merchant who makes a
specialty of his business, and by this
Refuse to Fay
Extravagant prices, which, like
Fall heaviest on tho man who works the
hardest. Tho "Indian Girl" having made a
specialty of domestic Cigars, has proven to
all who have called on hor, that in this line
she offers inducements that places her far
ahead of competition in prices, and is now
determined to run ahead in Havana Cigars,
having* rocontly received the largest assort?
ment iu tho city. Parties wiab ing to purchase
by the box will please send for price list.
Michigan Fino Cut in bulk, just received.
H. J. PERRY,
Out 25 "Indian Girl" Cigar Store.
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
THE beat now in nao. Challenges the
world in perfection of work, strength and
beauty of stitch, durability of construction,
easo ot operation, and great range of work;
makes tho same stitch on each eide, and is as
noiseless as any other shuttle machine.
It contains the material for its own repair.
It has loss wearing pointe than any other.
It gives off thread in proportion to the
thickness of fabric sewed, thereby avoiding
Blow motion over seams.
Tho presser foot is easily swung out of the
way, making it convenient to set needles and
. All those who have used tho "HOWE" will
have no other. Give it a trial.
Agents wanted (or ovory town; also, can?
vassers for tho city. Apply to
E. W. SCHEVEN,
Local Agent, throe doors bolow Heinitah's
Drug Store, Main street. Ort 21 Imo.
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
WOULD invito atten- ?F*?!*\?^&
^tion to his stock of ^-js
Watches and Chains,
In great variety, for ladies' and gents' wear.
Jewelry, in Diamond, Pearl, Coral,
And other styles, new and beautiful.
Sliver and Plated Wares,
In great variety, plain and fancy, of rarest
Table Cutlery, Communion Sets,
Music Boxes, from $50 Up,
Masonic Jewels, etc.
Special attention givon to orders, sent CO.
D., with privilego to roturn, or exchange, if
not approved on sight._Oct 22 2mo
FOUND AT LAST !
fTlHE placo to buy everything wanted. The
JL beat solection of PERFUMERY ever
off*red in Columbia, tho following brand of
which stands conspicuous:
With every bottle of this Porfame sold, a pic?
ture of General R. E. Leo is given.
GREELEY & GRANT PRIZE BOXES,
Containing Candy and Pictures of these dis?
PERFUME ATOMIZERS, for refreshing and
reviving tho nerves.
CIGARS, of tho 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_C.V. ANTWERP.
Distilled by the Proprietors,
AT SCHIEDAM, IN HOLLAND.
AN INVIGORATING TONIC
AND MEDICINAL BEVERAGE.
Warranted porteetly pure, and fi eo from ali
deleterious substances. It is distilled from
BAULKY of tho finest quality, and the ABOMJ -
TIC JUNIPER BERKY OF ITALY and designed
expressly for o&eea of Dyspepsia or Indiges?
tion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheumatism, General
Debility, Catarrh of tho Bladder, Pains in the
Rack and Stomach, and all diseases of the
Uriuary Organs. It gives groat relief in
Asthma, Cl ravel and Calculi in the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates tho system, and
is a certain preventative and euro of that
dreadful scourge, FEVER AND AODE.
CAUTION 1 Ask for "HUDSON G. WOLFE'S
For salo by all ri>spQctable Grocers and Apo?
HUDSON G. WOLFE A CO., Solo Importer*.
Office, 18 South William street, New York.
Sopt 16 3mo
PECTFULLY anuounces to the public that his
10TH SHOW, consisting of
cb, from ita unrivalled and stupendous pro
nsj has been named by tho entire presa ot
LE AT WORD'S FAIR
,UMBIA, 8. C., until
R ll, 1872,
Ile, olronlars, and the papers of the day. He
SE AGE has in no instance bton divided, and
rt intaot, representing in the Muienm 20,000
ts many wonderful specialties, in connection
all for ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION.