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THE Mfe?H
Every WedneHd?y Morning, ! I
BY JULIAN ?. SELBY.
Editor and Proprlotor,
Office on Sichardaon St., near Taylor,
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?hFThs Pscssix is the eldest Hzily Ptuar is
Sooth Carolin?,!??: the laeokst oieoulatioh
in the upper portion or the Bt?to, ?nd has
been regularly iaaned eince its Incoption?
March 31,1866.
IT Book ?nd Job Printing ol every de
ecript^on faithfully attended to.
Daily."air too32l?t?W? M^Weekly, 9 60;
Weekly, 160.
;.A?y?bti3mie?ta.>.
Inserted in the Daily at ?1 p e r a an a r o of nine
lines for firet, and 60 conta eaoh eubaequent
ineertlon; not exceeding five lines in length,
75 Of?tf. Long advertisement! by the week,
month or year, at leas ratea. ' Marriage*.
Funeral lnvilatlonjt go^ll.
E. H, Bates, Union.
Jahna Poppe, Anderson.
H. W.Laweon, Abbeville.
Bobert Bryoe. Spartanbnrg. ,
D.D. Moore, Book Hill.:.
J. A. Qrlgaby, BlflgSway.
Mail ABBANOKKHSPra.?-Tho Northern
mail opens G. 80 and 10., 30 A. M.; closes
8 A. M. and 6.8^ P. M. Charleston
opens 7 A. M. and 2.30 P. M.; closes
6.15 and 8.30 P. M. Western opens 6.80
and 9.80 A. M.; closes 9 and 6.80 P. M.
Wilmington-opens 4.80 P. M.tolose?
6 A. H. . Groonvillo Opens 6.45 P. M.;
closes 6 A.' MI. Oh Sunday the officeie
open from 9>? to 10% A. M.
The society editor of a New York
paper states that .pumps and blaok silk .
stockings, with aoarlet cloaks, ore now I
the proper things JLor gentlemen's full
dress.
Some idea of the mining activity in
Nevada may be formed from the fact
that the United States Mint at Carson
is coining about 81,000,000 a month.
The British Government, in India,
have projected various canals and irri?
gation works, which, it ia estimated,
will post ?101,625,000._
~~r~'. "Choioe Wines.
K/\ BABKET8IHBIDSI0K CHAMPAGNE,
tJ\J 10 oases Sparkling Oatawba.
10 oases "Vix Bara," 10 oases "Bed Seal,"
10 oases "KelleyV' Island Wine.
8 cask* "Harmony Sherry,"
2 casks "Amontilado Sherry,"
Fo^le'fe^'^1^6^!^?^'* GYLES.'
Hew Mackerel..
KfW KITS Moss arid ho. 1 MACKEREL.
t?\J 60 Half and Whole Barrels, la, 2a, 9e.
60 Boxes Soaled Herrings.
600 George's Codfish. ,
For sale low by 7] HOPE A GYLEB.
Sugar-On red Shoulders and Strips.
6BBL8. Sugar-Cored 8HOTJLDEBB and
BreakfaatSTBIPS, HOPE A OYLES.
Barnum's Hotel,
Corner Broadway and Twentieth Streets, N. T.
On both Amerioan and European Plans
COMPLETE with, all modern improve?
ments; rooms en suite and single; pri?
vate parlors, baths, jelevators, Ac. Looaiion
unsurpassed, being in the very centre of fa?
shion and briiliantKcw York fife. In proxi?
mity to ohnroheo and plaooe of amusement,
and Lord A Taylor's, Arnold A Co na table a'
and J, A O. Johnston's dry goods palaoes.
The hotel is under the management of A. S.
Barnam, formerly of BarnutrPs Hotel, Balti?
more; I. N. Green, of Dayton, Ohio, and re?
cently of New. YorkLand Freeman Barnnm.
JBaroum's Hotel, St. Lonla. Sept 11 I?Tlmo
LyBrand & Son
r i iAIIE iilaaaure in oalling the -tiertier of
X the pnclio to an examination of their
BTOOK or MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, con
?iating of Pianos, Church aud Parlor Organa,
Molodoone, Violine, Onitara, BanjoB, Flutes,
Accordeons. Braes and 8ilver Band Instru?
menta of all kinds. Also, Sheet Munio and
Inetr notion Books for every olass of Musical
Instruments on band at all times. We are
Sole Agents for the State of South Carolina
of Eetoy A Co.'s COTTAGE ORGANS. Sheet
Muaio sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of
price; and all kinds of Musical Goodts tent by
Express, when ordered, to any part of the
i*Jtato, marked O. O. D. Good 8oconr\-band>
Pianos and Organs for sale cheap,for cash.
Pianos, Organs and Melodeons Toned and
Bepairedin a satisfactory manner: and will
give especial attention to Packing, Removing
and Shipping Pianos Tor other parties to any
point desired, at moderate pi icon.
All orders promptly attended to and satis?
faction guaranteed to thoac favoring us with
their patronage. Send for our catalogueof
Sheet Music and Musical Morehandiee. Ri?
chardson stroet, a few door* tbovo Phoenix
office. Columbia. 8. 0. Nov7
THE WAHREN HOE.
WE have just recoived another supply of 1
these superior HOES. They.operate
on an entirely different principjo from the
common Hoe, and are tbo best Garden, Cot?
ton and Cobn Hoe in nso. (Ute them a trial
and be convinced. JOHN AQNEW A SON.
Fancy Groceries, Spices, Condiments.
THESE in full supply: PRESERVES, Fruit
Jellies, imrfortod Engliah Fauces and
Pickles, Canned Fruits, Fish and Vegetables,
assorted; Mushrooms, Truffles, Curvy Pow?
der, Penang Cloves, Maco, Ginger, Red Pep?
per: Hams, Smoked Beef and Tongues.
Pickled Salmon, new Mackerel, and full
stock of Staple Goods, at as low prices as
any one, and Jull weights always guaranteed.
Aug SO GEO. BY MM E RS.
BOORS,
SASHES,
BLINDS,
jWOOD MOULDINGS, STAIR RAILS,
NEWEL8 AND ALL KINDS OF
FANCY GLASS.
LARGE 8T00K. LOWEST BATES.!
ORDER WORK SOLICITED.
Bend for estimate and price list.
KBOGII & THORR1&.
264 AMD 250 OANAL BTBIBT,
D6 ly HEW YORK CITT.
Harrison, Bradford & Co.'a
STEEL PENS.
Special attention called to tho well-known
numbers.
505?75? SS?80 aad a a.
.Factory. Mt. Vernon; Office, 75 John street,
New York. Aug 7 Smo
D. F. FLEMING. ' - . JAMES M. WILSON.
3,000 OASES BOOTS AND SHOES
FOft FALL TRADE.
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are dow receiving from the manufacturers a very large and wall-?elected stock of
BOOTS, SHOES and TKONKS of every description, which will be sold as low as in
any other market.
Merohants visiting Charleston are invited to examine onr stock.
D. P. FLEMING- & CO.,
S Hayne street, eorner of Ohnroh street,Charleston, 8. C.
SAMUEL A. NBLBOH. ,_[Aug U 2mos3_JAMES QILF1LLIN.
J. W. PARKER,
in m fob nnu um.
REPRESENTING In the LIFE DEPARTMENT that prompt and reliable old companv,
the
ST- LOUIS MUTUAL.
The s&ms ci the C?wpaj^ ujipirss confidence, and ;? folly endorsed by Widows and Or?
phans who havo been the recipient? of Premiums.
$10,000 has justbaen paid to an afflicted family in onr city. Nothing more uncertain than
life. No better investment Jpr yonr familv than a .Jfe Insurance Policy. In all respects,
the ST. LOUIS MUTUAL ranke with the lest.
' INSURE YOUR PROPERTY 1$
The Liverpool and London and Globe?the Oldest,
Most wealthy, prompt and secure Company to be met with in these critical times. A branch
of this Company was established in 1808. From that time to the present?seventy years?
the Company has never failed to meet promptly everv loss; and it the last critical examina?
tion, 81? December, its assets amounted to ?21.600.000. "Among its assets is a large
amount of the boBt freehold property tn Liverpool and other cities, purchased long ago,
and now worth a largo sum in excess of Its original cost." Sept 28 flmo
GKEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, 8*. C.
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AS AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN COTTON TIE COMPANY, wo would oall the atten?
tion of our friends in the Interior to the fact that wo are now ready to fill all.thoir
orders for the ARROW AND WALLIS TIES, and all open and side slot patents.
Aug 13 |2mos GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO., Church slreet, Charleston. B.C.
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THE NEW SENSATION FOE THE SOUTH!
FIRST GRAND CO0THERN TOUR OF
LENT'S RAILROAD LEVIATHAN!!
V S i v e It * v U living exposition:
GREAT AXII UXLY SEW YORK CIRCUS
AND METROPOLITAN MUSICAL BRIGADE!!
Wbioh will give TWO Giand Holiday Exhibitions at
Columbia, Wednesday, October 15.
THK Heven Wondnis of the World in a gas-lit city of tentel An army of mm, a legion
of horsea, a imminent i.| canvas, tho globe in captivity! Two monster epecial express
traiuB of MKNAGi.BlE, MU ?UM and AilE-NlO MARVELS.
$1,000,000
Permanently invest*! la e? i>ii->U A Zinlogical Gardens, with 500 Animal Captivea in
thirty double dena, in st p?r?ie va-i and brilliantly illuminated Amphitheatre, with aafe
and equally eligible seat* ful over .r> COO spectatora, the tbree ateadfaat Star Arenaa of
THE GREAT CIRCUS OF THE GREAT CITY!
For the past seven sue jodsiro wintors. the only triumphant equestrian competitor with the
moat aristocratic and uopular motropolia amusement, and the one aud only continuous
legitimate Circus, with ? local habitation and New York namo. Always presenting, in un?
divided rivalry, the mot>t distinguished Physical Beauty and Equestrian and Muscular
Genins ami Heroism of two oontirwiUi*. The five funniest Felt-crowned Fool?! A WORLD'S
HORSE FAIR of Priceless Thoroughbred Steeda and atomic Arabian and bbetland Poniea,
unparalleled in presence, spirit auJ educated action.
MEMNON'S MUSICAL JUBILEE!
By the twenty-five Solo Masters combined in Martial Band and Operatic Orchestra, led by
Mr. HENltY PAGE, the Cornet Kmc. The Master Manager's original
EQUE8CURRICULUM AND HIPPOZOONOMADON!
Including a Colossal Quadrupedal Company nf Performing Horsos, Tiniest Trick Ponies,
Educated Elephants, Elk. Goats, Hufhilo, Antelopes and Apes, und a Canine College of
Wonderful Riding and Acting Dogs.
A PLATE GLASS DEN OF TWENTY MAMMOTH SERPENTS!
Festooned in whoso crushing folds appear, in both performance and parade, the mysteri?
ous aud intrepid ZANGA, Stanley's Alrican Interpreter. While in the open den of
Monster Man-Eaters,
HERR LEO performs bis bnge and. savage Bengal Tiger Peta. 1 oritivo and impartial
proof of the proportions, resources and merit of this greatest of groat shows, is furnished
in the unanimous praises of the prt-sD and public; and lot jour own eyes and tars bear
witness, at the morning
HUGE HIGHWAY HOLIDAY PARADE!
Witn tbo thrilling Tableau of HERR LEO in the terrible Tigers' Lair, and ZANGA in the
awful Pythons' Den.
"Circulate the good nfwa that the OPEA1 KfeT SHOW ON KAHTIl is coming, and noto
the liberal fact that ONE TICKET, for the usual price, admits to tho seven distinct Won?
der-World Departmental
?? Doors open at 1 and 7. Ncr V<-.rk Circus Grand Entree one-half hour later.
Oct 4 stu4
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THE OKLY FIKST CLASS HOTEL HOW IN THE 0X1$
Corner Main and Plain Streets, T. M,
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ROSE'S HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. O.
WM. E. ROSE, Proprietor. ; ^1^^
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ANOTHER FIRST CLASS HOXEL IN THE CITY. FARE S2.6Q PER PAY,
(INCLUDING OMNIBUS FARE.) \
SITUATED NEAR TUE CAPITOL. AND IN THE CENTRE OP TBE BUSINESS PART
of the city. Hose's Umnibus will convey passengers to and from:every Train. The
Lalies' Apartments are complete, with private entrance on Assemblyatreet. Tho BILLIARD
and BATH ROOMS arc all new and superior to any in the city. . Apri1 5
Wheeler House?Prices Not Reduced!
.... . Mirwoi'jisii'M
THE PROPRIETOR OF TUE WBEELER HOUSE would respeotmUyln&rm tie traveling
public, that, in order to maintain the character of hin House as a First Claas Hotel, ho
I will continno his prices as heretofore, and guarantees to give that satisfaction which has
secured to the Uouso tho reputation it now hau.
July SO T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
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VIA
CHARLESTON, S. G.,
TO AND FROM
. Jn.iW>V.l
BALTIMORE, PB1LADELPD1A, NEW YORK, BOSTON, '
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTTJBING CITIES.
Three Times n. Week from Nevr Yorlt?Taetdays,TbaVstfay?
anil Halutdeyi. ?j-Klt?*nt HtM< Room ArCjaaaas^aSJtl??
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Honrs Shorter, -via Charleston.'*
TOTAL CA PAC IT Y, 40,000 BALES pOSTHLT.
The South Carolina Railroad Company, .
AND oonneoting Roads West, in alliance with the fleet of thirteen first class Steamships
to the above ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular despatch afforded to
the business public in t be Cotton Mates at the PORT OF CHARLESTON; offerin a; facilities
of rail and sea transportation for Freight and Passengers not excelled in ejcellenoe and
capacity at any other port. The following splendid Ocean 8teamew at* regularly on
tho line:
TO HKW YORK.
MANHATTAN.M.S. WoedhnH.Commander.
CHAMPION.B. W. Lockwood, Commander.
CHARLESTON.James Berry, Commander.
JAMBS ADOER.T. J. Lockwood, Commander.
JAMES ADGEB A CO., Agents; Charleston, 8. C.
GEORGIA.8. Orowell, Commander.
SOUTH CAROLINA.T. J. Beckett.Commander.
WM. A. COUK TEN AY, WAGNER*, HUGER A CO., Agents, Charleston, B. 0.
TO PHILADELPHIA.?
Iron Steamships ASHLAND.Alex. Hunter, Commander.
EQ7AT0R.0. Hinekley, Commander.
8ailing Days?FhlDAYS. WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent, Charleston, 8. 0.
TO BALTIMORE.
FALCON..If ainie, Commander.
SEA GULL. .Dutton, Commander.
Sailing Days?Every Filth Day. PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, 8. 0.
Hf&a TO B08T0K.
Steamships MERCEDITA and FLAG. Sail every Saturday.
JAMES ADO ER A CO., Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
Rates guaranteed as law as those of oompeting hues. Marine Insurance, one-half of one
per cent.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
Can be had at all tho principal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and
Mississippi.
Mate-Rooms may be secured in advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents of
the Steamships in Charleston, at ?hose officer, in all cases, the Railroad Tickets should be
exchanged and Bertba assiicned. Tbe Through Tickets by this ronte include Transfers,
Meals and State-Room, while on ship-board.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD, GEORGIA RAILROAD
And their connecting lines, have largely increased their facilities for the rapid movement
of Freight and Passengers between tbe. Northern cities and the South and West. Fitst
Class Eating Saloon at Branchville. ( n tbe Georgia and South Carolina Railroads, first
class Sleoping Cars. "t' ;", '?i-<I '
Freight promptly trannferred from ?tesnur to day and night trains of the Sooth Carolin?
Railroad. Close connection made with othe r Roads, delivering Freights: AI distant points
with great promptness. The managets will nee every exert icn to satjsly tbeix.pattons that
tbe line via Charleston cannot he surpassed in despatch and the safe delivery pf goods.
For further information, apply lo T. J. Griffin, Western Agent, Atlanta, Qaj B. D.
nasxll. Oeneral Acent. P. 0. Box 4 979: Cffire 317 Broadway. K, x."iB? B. Pickjnb, General
J. M. Sarxufa, Superintendent
Paasenger and Ticket Agent. South Carolina Railroad; or
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line, Charleston, 8. C.
Jan 30 iir
AUGUSTA FLOUR BILLS,
Auarwu*, us.
HAVING thoroughly repaired our
MILL, we are now prepared to offer
to tho Trade our well-known Brands
FLOUR: Out Eues; A No. 1, Extra,
Tip-top and OE; HEAL, GRIST and
FEEDS of all kinds at the voty lowest
pi loss, and ihvlte tho attention of
buyers. *
JOHN M. CLARE A CO.,
Aug 26
Proprietors.
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