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AUGUSTA, November 4.-AU quiet
here. The loading citizens are coting
with tho military to preserve the
peace. The oondaot of Maj. St. Ouge
and his command is highly com?
mended. So far as heard from, there
were no disturbances in Georgia yes?
terday, except at Savannah and
Augusta. Returns from 27 Counties
some of which went largely Repub?
lican nt the Governor's election-show
a Democratic majority of 11,709. Tho
indications are that the Democratic
majority will be fully 25,000-per?
WJOUIINOTON, November 4.-Tho
Democrats claim the State. The
election of Sb ober, Democrat, in the
6th District, is regarded certain. The
Democrats seem confident of elect?
ing Durham in the 7th District.
Returns received herc show a net
Democratic gain on the Convention
of 3,000. Pitt County shows a Do
mocratic gain of 600, and Robeson
over 400. Richmond, Anson, Co?
lumbus, Wilson, Nash, Wayne, Hall
fax, Johnston, Cumberland, Samp
son, Duplin and Onslow, all Demo?
cratic. Mecklenburg, Rowan ant
Gabarras, small Republican gains.
SAVANNAH, GA., November .4.-Al
quiet in the city to-day. Ono of th?
policemen shot by the negroes yes
terday is dead, and another dying
The negroes on the Ogechee are re
ported arming and gathering in largi
numbers, with tliG design of enteiinj
the city, under the load of Bradley
An armed patrol is on duty to-nigh
in the city. Tho murder of youuj
Law", last night, by negroes, cause
deep feeling among the citizens. Th
official count shows tho city vote b
be 4,988-a Democratic majority o
415; County vote 6,967-a Demo
cratio majority in the whole Count
10 P. M.-Largo bodies of negroe
are assembling on tho Ogechee an
Louisville roads, to march into th
city. Persons living on the forme
road have been compelled to come t
tho city for protection. Persons r<
siding in the country, who attempte
to go home, havo been ordered bac
by the negroes in organized forc<
White men have gone outside tb
city to remain during the night an
guard the approaches.
RALEIGH, November 4.-Tho ele<
tion is quiet throughout tho Stat?
returns come in slowly. Wake Cont
ty gives Grant 405 majority-a Di
mocratic gain of 556. Frankli
County reported for Seymour by 2f
majority-a Democratic gain of 40(
Johnston County reported gone f<
Seymour by a small majority-a D
mocratic gain of over 400. Blade
County-a small Democratic gail
"Roberson-Demecratic by 79 majoi
ty-a gain of 433. Edgecombe, of.
oial, 1,184 Republican majority. Ca
teret County gone for Seymour by i
majority-a gain of 60 Democrati
Warren County-a Republican m
jority of 1,000. No returns from tl
Western Counties, and nothing
enable us to determine the result
NEW YOEE,. November 4.-So
?mohr's majority is estimated at 50
Tho Legislature is Republican.
In New Jersey it is estimated th
Seymour carried tho State by 5,9C
The Democrats elect four of the fi
Congressmen-the Republicans 1(
ing an United States Senator.
New York elects oighteen Repub
.cans and thirteen Democrats, i
eluding the following, from the 1st
the 11th Districts: 1st. Henry
Reeves; 2d. John G. Schumaker; 2
Henry W. Slocnm; 4th. John Fe
5th. John Morrissey; 6th. Samt
'S. Cox; 7th. Harvey C. Calkins; 81
James Brooks; 9th. Fernando Woe
10th. Clarkson N. Potter; 11th. Ge
W. Greene The Times says He
man carri? s the State by 8,000.
Seymour's reported majority
Kings County, N. Y., is 13,11
Hoffman runs about 1,200 ahead
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., Noveml
3-Midnight.-Tho city has ge
Democratic by aifltft 1,500. 1
turns from tho interior como in sic
ly, but indicate largo Bepublie
gains. The State is confiden
.claimed by the Republicans.
WASHINGTON, November 4.-Gc
authority makes Seymour's majoi
in Nov York nearly 5,000. The j
gislature is claimed by both partie
Oregon returns indicute that
hns gouo for Seymour by 400 or
A special despatch to the Even
Telegraph says: Additional rotu
from New York since morning
fuvorable to tho Democrats. It se?
no doubt now that Seymour can
New York by a majority rang
from 7,000 to 10,000. Up to
hom- returns show the Republic
have tho Assembly by eight, gu
them a majority of ton on thc j
ballot, and securing the re-eleetio
NEW YORK, November 4.
whole State is reported about 1
?najority for Seymour. Hu<
County elects tho Democratic ti
by 3,000-six Representatives tc
Legislature and one Senator.
NEWARK, N. J., November 4 -
State gives about 1,000 Demoo
majority. Randolph, Democrat
Governor, has 2,500 majority.
Senate will have twelve Demo
and nine Republicans; and tho H
thirty-two Democruta nnd twe
?"ight Republicans-thus securi
Den. joratic Senator in place of Fro
NEW YORK, November 4. -Tho Post
says tho authorities have evidence of
over 15.000 fradulont votes oast in
this city, and Hoffman's election will
be protested. It is claimed that the
Seventh Ward , in Jersey City cant
twice as many votes as there are peo?
ple in lue ward, Tho Republicans
defeated io that district will contest.
LATEST.-The Tribune extra gives
New York, unofficially, to Seymour
by 4,955. Tho Telegram claims a
majority in the Assembly in the State,
nnd asserts that Seymour will be the
next United States Senator.
CHARLESTON, November 4.-Ar?
rived-Stoamor Prometheus, Phila?
delphia. Off tho port-bnrk Bornee,
Halifax. Sailed-Steamer Jus. Ad
gor. New York.
RICHMOND, November 4.-Tho
Court of Appeals this morning re?
fused a new trial to Peter Phillips,
to bo hung on Friday next/for tho
murder of his wife.
The whole island of Cuba is in an
excited state; business prostrated on
account of the distrust and alarm of
tho people. The Captain-General is
strangely rr Moen t. A deputation of
tho leading citizens, who called upon
him, wore .asulted by un officer of
his household, and tho leaders were
ordered to Spain. A telegram from
tho American Consul, asking that a
few United States war vessels bo sent
there, was refused transmission over
tho wires. Tho insurgents aro G.000
strong, numbering many Spaniards.
Tbeir cry is "Spain, Prim nnd Ser?
rano, and down with taxation." The
troops number 10,000, nud aro
acknowledged insufficient to suppress
tho rebellion. Lersnndi, it is said,
has received ample instructions from
tho provisional Government. The
news by the Cadiz steamer is
FINANCIAL AND COAIMUKCIAL..
COLUMBIA, November 4.-Sales of
cotton to-day 37 bales-middlings
NEW YORK, November 4-Noon.
Money in demand, at 7. Sterling
Gold 33L<. Flour a shade firmer.
Wheat unsettled-nominally 2@3c.
lower. Corn drooping. Pork unset?
tled, at 27. Lard dull-steam 17<@
17#. Cotton quiet, at 25).,'.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 2,900
bales, nt 25}.j. Flour opened firmer,
but closed dull and drooping. Wheat
declined 3@5c. during tho day. Corn
easier-mixed Western firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mess pork 27@28. Whiskey 1.05(A)
1.08. Freights drooping-cotton
steam Tho money stringency
is unrelieved-call 7 gold to 7 cur?
rency, with commissions of to
Gold weak, at 32;^.
BALTIMORE, November 4.-South
Carolina bonds, 05 asked. Flour
quiet and unchanged. Wheat dull
and nominal-prime to choice red
email@example.com. Corn firm-old 1.05@
CINCINNATI, November 4.-Flour
unchanged. Corn dull-old 95; new
00@62. Whiskey firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon
senrce and higher.
CHARLESTON, November 4.-Cotton
opened easier but closed firm, with
sales of 550 bales-middlings 23%;
AUGUSTA, November 4.-Cotton
market firmer; sales 278 bales; re?
ceipts 882-middlings 23>?.
SAVANNAH, November 4.-Cotton
opened weak, but closed firm; sales
790 bales-middlings 24; receipts
MOBILE, November 4.-Cotton
opened dull, but closed firm, owing
to favorable cable news; sales 1,250
bales-middlings 23??; receipts 864. ?
NEW ORLEANS, November 4.-Cot
ton easier at tho openiug, but stiffer
at tho close-middlings 23?.j@24;
sales 5,700 bales; receipts 7,005
Gold 341?. Sugar firmer and in fair
demand, at 11%; primo 14; yellow
clarified 15(o?15^. Molasses firm
fair 75; ohoice 90. Flour dull-su?
perfine 0.50; treble extra 7.75. Corn
supply light-new 95; old 1.10.
Shoulders 14%; rib 18%? 19; clear
.LONDON, November 4-3 P. M.
Consols 94j-4@94J^. Bonds 14M.
LIVERPOOL, November 4-3 P. M.
Cotton tending up, but not quotably
higher; sales, yesterday, 17,000 bales.
LIVERPOOL, November 4-Evening.
Cotton closed firm-uplands ll'?(rn
IIJ4'; Orleans ll ll >.. ; sales
SO flBLS. FLOUR, from tho
I Valley of Virginia, just received in
store. We aro anxious to introduce this
Flour, and, consequently, will nell it at
very low figures. From $8.50 per bbl., up.
Oct 30 GEO. W. PARKER, Ag't.
Figs, Raisins, Nuts, &c.
fT^O hand, this day, a full assortment of
JL Mediterranean FRUIT, consisting of:
SMYRNA FIGS, small packages.
Muscatel Raisins, loose.
London Layor Raisins, now crop, quar?
ter, half and "whole boxes.
/ante Currants, by thc barrel or retail.
I'eean Nuts, Ivica Almonds, Filberts, Ac.
10 boxes Extra Messina Lemons, large
These are all of late importation and aro
offered at low rfttoB, by
Sar Order? from tho country, accompa?
nied by the cash, promptly attended to; or
shipped by ExpresB C. O. D. Oct 81
THE subscriber baa Ju-t r???iv?u
from tho pottoriea, in England, his
iupply of WHITE GRANITE and
COMMON EARTHENWARE for the
fall trade. Country dealers and house
keepers are invited to examino M? BW?fc
A fall stock of White and G old Band DIN?
NER and TEA WARE, and Fancy CHINA
FRENCH, BOHEMIAN AND AMERICAN
With a completo assortment of SILVER
PLATED GOODS, TABLE CUTLERY, JA?
PANNED and PLANI81IED WARE, and
Oct22J:13 WM. B. STANLEY.
Chester Nursery Garden.
FRUIT TREES, of all descriptions, for
salo. Tho very best early and late
Southern Apples and Peaches, Evergreens,
Roses, Dahlias, Flowering Shrubs and
Vines, Green house riants, Ac. Persons
who wiah to procuro Trees or Planta to
improve thoir homostoada, will do well to
examino my Price List, which can bo had
W. BLAKE, Nurseryman,
Oct 22 i3mo_Chester, 8. C.
R. & W. C. SWAPFIELD,
The Best Made,
The Most Durable,
The Most Fashionable,
IN THIS STATE.
NEW STYLE HATS,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
FOR FINE CUSTOM WORK.
Wc nell the beat-fitting
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
And keep all thc latest styles ol"
II. St XV. C. SWAPFIELD,
THE QUEEN'S DELIGHT,
THE best and most popular Modiciuc in
Tho Queen's is tho great Blood Purifier.
Tho Queen's Delight is a safe Alterative.
Tho Queen's Delight is a certain euro for
Diseases of the Blood.
Tho Queen's Delight is the best Liver In
Tho Queen'? Delight ia thc medicine for
Tho Queen's Delight is given for Head?
Tho Queen's Delight ia for Nervous Affec?
The Queen's Delight will cure all Skin
Tho Queen's Delight will remove Blotches,
Tho Queen's Delight will euro Chilla and
Tho Queen's Delight will euro Cancer and
Tho Queen's Delight will cure Erysipelas
Tho Qucou's Delight will euro Asthma.
Tho Queen's Delight will euro Bronchitis.
Tho Qucon'a Delight will euro all Femalo
Tho Queen's Delight will restore tho lost
Energies of Man.
The Queen's Delight will restore thc Foeblo
Thc Queen's Delight for Young and Pale
Tho Queen'H Deligct has secured the favor
of tho People'.
Tho Queen's Delight is now the great Fa?
Tho Queen's Delight has beon tried, and
gives universal satisfaction.
Tho Queen's Delight should be in every
Tho Queen's Delight is tho cheapest as
well aa tho best Medicine you can give.
Bio LAKE, RICHLAND DISTRICT, S. C.
Dr. E. ll. HeiniUh.
DEMI Sin: Upon the recommendation of
a friend, I purchased a bottle of your
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, and took it for
Chills and Fever. I report to you a com?
plote euro of my case. I have been living
on Big Lake, where the Chills and Fever
prevail, as an epidemic. I have escaped
thom entirely, alter taking your valuable
mixture. I can recommend its general
uso, in cases of Debility, and in Derange?
ment nf the Liver and Stomach. It is a
valuable medicine. Yours respectfully,
J. J. DOUGLASS.
LANCASTER, Penn., Sopt. 25,18G7.
Mr. E. ll. Heinttsh.
DEAR Sin: The bottle of QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT which I bought from your agont
in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has given nie
entire satisfaction. I havo been a dvspop
tic for many yean*, and never found relief
from an attack, except by traveling. A
chango of climate and diet always im?
proved my health, but this made it neces?
sary to travel. Your QUEEN'S DELIGHT
does away with this expensive process.
No medicine over bofore produced so good
aU ef?i!ot after using one bottle. 1 am
almost entirely relioved of pain. My bow?
els are regular. I experience no nausea,
and bm improving in health. The
QUEEN'S DELIGHT is certainly tho best
medicine I havo overtaken. I will recom?
mend ita usc. Yours respectfully,
JAMES F. DOUNEY.
Prepared onlv by E. H. Hoinitsh. Whole?
sale agents, FISHER A HEINITSH,
Oct 23 t Columbia, 8. C.
v -k vv^w^- r*-?????
AND EXTENSIVE '
CITY OF COLUMBIA. 8. C.
THE undersigned Commissioners, ap?
pointed by tho General Assembly of
South Carolina, at its lato ao?t-iou, will re?
ceive bids for thc valuable Water Power
known as tho COLUMPIA CANAL, until
tho 5th day of JANUARY, 1869.
Tho Canal is oight thousand six hundred
and fifty-four (8,654) yards long, and tho
average fall for the first three miles is
fourteen feet, commoncing at ten feet, at
Upper street, in Columbia, and attaining
nineteen feet one inch at Bridfro street;
tho remaining two miles, from Bridge
street to its mouth, commences at nine?
toen feet ten inches and attains a fall of
Fin? building sites exist between thc
Canal and Uiver, giving completo protec?
tion to buildings ana machinery from
freshets. Tho State, through iho under
signod, will convey tho Canal, and all it*
appurtenances, together with tho right of
way for 100 feet on each sido of the centro
of tho Canal, to tho purchaser. Compen?
sation to the adjacent land-owners, for thc
right of way, to bo made by the purchaser;
on the satm- just and equitable terms that
the right of way was convoyed to the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Compa?
ny by Act of December 15, 1815.
This power has been accurately surveyed
by Prof. John LeConto, of thc South Ca?
rolina University. Ho estimates that by
doubling the original capacity of the
Canal, ad required by tho Act, that tho
power sc? nreil to Bridgo street will bo 355
horse-power, thc average head being four?
teen feet; and from Bridgo street to its
month 532 horse-power, with an average
head of twenty-one feet, and a current of
one foot per "second. With a current oi
two feet p<-r second tho powers would bc
710 and 1.061 horse-power; and if the ma?
chinery is not run at night tho power may
bo doubled, by accumulating water in re?
"As thc Bupnly of water," says Prof.
LcConte, "which may be turned from the
Uiver into tho Canal at its head is almost
unlimited, the Canal can bo enlarged to an
extent commensurate with the demand foi
water power. If desired, it may bo made
to supply water to thc extent of 5,001
horse-power or more. In fact, by very
simple arrangements, one-third, or ono
half, or i-veu more, of tho whole water in
Broad Biver might be turned iuto such ai
This water power is within the limits ol
tho city of Columbia, and contiguous tc
railroads which connect it with nearhj
every County in the Stato of South Carob
na, and with tho adjoining States of Nortli
Carolina and Georgia, and their abundan!
supplies of cotton, rico, corn, wheat, beef,
pork, and other vegetable and animal pro
auctions, and also in daily communication
with tho sea-ports of Charleston, Savanna!
and Wilmington. Tho city is supplice
with gas and lino water; the climate is sa
lubrions and healthy, being above tin
miasmatic region; lands in tho vicinity
aro chea]), and tho soil fortile; and then
aro but few sections in tho South whicl
present greater attractions for sottlcmen
or residence. Tho wa: er power, from iti
magnitude and advantages, is uncqualet
by any in South Carolina, and uusurpasse<
by any in tho Southern country.
The property ?viii bo sold on tho follow?
ing conditions, to wit: let. The purchase
shall, within two years from tho dato o
conveyance, complete tho widening am
deepening of said Canal to at least twic
ita original capacity. [Its original capaci
ty was litteen feet wide at top, eight fee
at bottom, and four feet in depth. Ti
double it, according to l'rof. LoCouto's re
port, it will require tho removal of 36,10
cubic yards of earth, and 3,200 cubic yard
of stone, toBridgc street; and from Bridg
street to its mouth 22,176 cubic yards o
earth, but no stone] That tho same sha!
always bo kept open for boating purposes
freu of charlies, for toll or otherwise, t
where it is now used. [This will not inter
fore at all with the water power for driviuj
machinery, as boats only descend as far a
tho iirst lock, near Upper street.] Tha
thc water shall not bo-permitted to bocom
stagnant, and that it shall not be used fo
other than hydraulic purposes. And tba
there shall be a reservation to tho State c
water power suflicient for the purposes c
thc State Penitentiary, for all time, freo c
charge. [This is estimated, at the max:
mum, at 100 horse-powor.] And upon th
further condition that tho work of widei:
ing and deepening tho said Canal shall b
commenced within six months, and th
sum of $10,000 shall bc expended on th
same within twelve months from the dat
That one-third of the sum bid shall b
paid within thirty days after nolico of ai
ceptanco of bid; one-third at tho expir:
tion of six months therefrom, and tho rc
maining third at tho expiration of twelv
months. Titles delivered on payment <
first instalment; and the titlo herein pr?
posed to bu conveyed shall revert to th
State on default being made of any of til
foregoing conditions, iucluding paymei
of all thc purehaso money.
Parties sending bids will please fin nis
thc Commissioners with reference as to tl
ability promptly to mako good tho sam
Every facility will be afforded for the e:
animation of tho property, and commun
cations mav be addressed to
" ROBERT K. SCOTT,
ROBERT N. LEWIS,
CHARLES M. WILD KR,
Nov 1 Columbia, S. C.
New Boot, Shoe
9V n Jl
THE undersigned, who i* experienced
thc business, has opened a lino ni
carefully selected stock of goods in t
abovo line, and invites a cab from pr
chasers. In tho assortment, will bo fou
Geni'H, Lidirs', Misses', Boys', Youtl
and Children's BOOTS and SHOES, of t
best make. His stock of HATS is varie
I The articles will be disposed of cheap I
cash. A. SMYTHE
In Presbyterian Depository, oppos
Kinard'Bjlr?goodj^Btoro._ Oct, 24,
Onion Seta, Onion Sets, Onion Se
JUST received, a choice lot of ONK
SETS. Now is tho time to plant the
For sale bv FISHER A HElNITSII.
Oct 31 _prAggjjta
Sugars and Coffee.
-I f\ nHDS. PORTO RICO SUGARS,
W J 50 bbls. Refinod Sugar*,
75 bags Rio Coffee, all gradeM,
15 bags Java and Laguayra Coffee.
For sale low bv V,. Ar, Q. I>. HOP?
W. T. WALTER, AOOTIOKKKB.
WILL bs sold, uu THURSDAY, No?
vember 8, at 10 o'clock, at the resi?
dence, of tho Bubacriber. oppoHito tho Pres?
byterian Ohtirch, the PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of tho late Samuol Townaond.
Terms cash. M. J. TOWNSEND,
Oct 28 w2_Adminintratri*.
BY JACOB LEVIN/
TO-MORROW (Friday) MORNING, at 10
o'clock, I will sell, beforo mv store, jt*
DDLS. BROWN SUGARH,
Tubs and Kits Lard,
Boxes Family 8oap,
Boxes Canned Tomatoes,
Boxos Adamantiue Candles,
Boxes Champagne Cider,
Boxes Superior Claret,
Casks Scotch Ale,
Segars, Tobacco, A-c.
1 very handsome BRUSSELS CARPET,
Bedsteads, Stoves, fcc._Nov 5
Edward and Henry O. Kinsler, Executors
of J. J. Kinsler, deceased, ts. Amelia
B. Kinsler, et al.
IN pursuance of the decrotnl order, in
the above stated case, I will sell, bolore
tho Court House, in Columbia, 8. C.. on
thc 28th of DECEMBER next, tho following
real estate, in tho city of Columbia:
Lot No. 1-Containing four acres, bound?
ed on thc North by Blanding street, East
hy Williams strcot," South by Taylor street,
"Wost by Gist street. i
Lot No 2-Bounded on thc North by
Divine street, East by Marion atreet, South
by Blossom atrt/ct, and West by Sumter;
containing four acres. i
Lot No. 3-Bounded North by Richland
street, East by Pinckney street, South by I
Laurel Btrcct, West by Roberta street; con?
taining four acres.
Lot No. 4-North by Laurel street, East
by Gist street, South" by Blanding, WcBt
by Pinckney street; containing four acres.
Lot No. fi-North by Lumber street.
East by Wayne Btrect. South by Richland
street, West by Pulaski street; "containing
Lot No. C-Containing four acres, bound?
ed North by Laurel, East by Williams,
South by Blanding and West by .GiBt
Lot No. 7-North by Pendleton street,
.East by Wayne Btrect, South by Medium
street and West by Pulaski.
Lot No. 8- North by Pendleton street,
East by Gadsden strcot, South by Medium
street, Weat by Wayno street.
Lot No. 0-North by Divine street, East
by Bull street, South by Blossom street,
West by Marion street.
Lot No. 10-Containing three and-a-half
acres, bounded North by Lands of Jacob
Rifo, deceased, and Gervais street; EaBt
by Huger street, South by Senate street,
Wobt by Williams street and lands of
Lot No. ll-Containing four acres,
bounded North by Senate atreet, East by
Williams street, South by Pendleton street,
West by Gist street.
Lot No. 12-Containing four acres,
bounded North by Senate street, East by
Huger street, South by Pendleton and
West by Wilbania strcot.
TERMS-One-fifth cash; balance ou a
credit of one, two, three and four years,
secured by bond, with approved personal
security and mortgage of tho promises.
Purchasers to pav for papers, stamps, Ac.
D. B. DLSAUSSURE,
Oct ll mth C. E. R. P.
Union District-In Equity.
Louisa F. Worthy et. al. vs. G. D. Peake,
Executor, et. al. Bill to Marshal Assets.
PURSUANT to a decretal order of Ilia
Honor Chancellor Carroll, in tho
above stated case, the creditors of THOS.
BOWKER, deceased, late of Union District,
S. C., are required to present and estab?
lish their claims beforo mo, on or bofore
thc lat dav of JANUARY next.
WM. MUNRO, C. E. U. D.
Union C. H., S. C., Sept 2d, 1808.
October 1 thSm
Union District-In Equity.
Henrietta Kaiser et. al. vs. Julius Kaiser
et. rd- Bill for Partition.
PURSUANT to a decretal order of His
Honor Chancellor Johnson, in tho
above stated caae, tho creditors of CH.
KAISER, deceased, and of tho firm of Ch.
Kaiser tc Sou, late of Unionville, S. C., arc
required to prosont and establish their de?
mands before me. ou or beforo tho 1st day
of JANUARY next.
WM. MUNRO, C. E. U. D.
Union C. H., 8. C., Sept. 2(5, 18CS.
Direct Steam Communication
( 'UA U I. KS TO X A ND LI] 'KR P O OL.
CH ARLESTON and Liverpool Steamship
Line, composed of thc First Class
GOLDEN HORN, 1,188 tons, H. C. MAC?
BOSPHOUUS, 050 tons, J. MUUBEL,
MARMORA, 940 tons, F. MURRELL, Com?
Days of sailing from Charleston 1st and
15th of each month, an follows:
Golden Horn.November 15
Arrangements having boen mado with
tho South Carolina and other Railroad
Companies for thc prompt forwarding of
through freight, whippers ol Cotton from
tho interior may roly on tho utmost de?
Cotton consigned to the undersigned for
bipment by this lino, will bo forwarded
free of commissions, actual expenses only
added. ROBERT MURE to CO.,
Oct 24 Imo j Agenta, Charleston, S. C.
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
COMMISSIO N MEUCHA NTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS CHARLESTON AND LIVER?
POOL STEAMSHIP LINE.
Advancer) made on shipments of, Cotton,
Rico and Naval Stores, to foreign and do
mestic ports. *lmo
Gun-Powder, Shot and Fuse.
DUPONT'S RIFLE POWDER, in whole,
half and quarter kegs.
Dupont's Canniator" Powder.
Safety FUMO, Shot, Lead, Ac.
Vf>r ?Hlf low bv J. * T. R. AGNEW .
WAIT FOE THE
Best in the World!
FORMERLY STONE, ROSSTON A MUR?
RAY'S, WILL EXHIBIT IN
COL ??MB IA,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5.
EXHIBITION AFTEUNOON AND
Commencing at 2.30 and 7.30 o'clock.
Doors open ono hour previous.
Admission 73 rents. Children under
IO years old, SO cents.
THE LEADING CIRCUS OF AMERICA!
NEW FEATURES AND FRESH
WONDERS! MARYELS: MIRACLES!
Look at this array of
Tho Gracoful and Dashing Parisian
Equestrienne-tho most Brilliant
and Daring Lady Rider
ever seen. Her ilrst season in America!
The Great John Henry!
The Superb Defiance Champion Eques?
trian and Thaumaturgie Artiste, late Di?
rector of tho Cirque Napoleon, Paris. His
first season in America.
LE JEUNE; BUETE!
lue Premier Bare-back Horseman
Champion Rider of the World.
MURRAY and HUTCHINSON, the Ex?
celsior Acrobats. Tho originators of a
new series of Novel Performances.
Tho ROLANDE BROTHERS, the peor
lcS8 Sensational Gymnasts.
GEORGE COOKE, tho noted English
Protean Character Rider-first season in
Mr. DEN STONE, the skillful Doctor of
Fun and Popular Humorist, and
Mr. FRED. MAY, tho merry Monarch of
Clowns and Favorito Jester, will preside hi
the Department of Mirth.
Mr. HARRY NORTH, the most expert
Tumbler in tho world.
Mr. BURT JOHNSON, the Champion
Leaper and Vaulter.
Mr. GEORGE MURRAY, the Grotesque
Mr. ROBERT JOHNSON, tho remarka?
HERR LUDORF, the amusing Equili?
WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, the Claaeio
SJTho chief attac hes will bo aided by a
complete force of auxiliary talent, consist?
ing in part of
Signor MORRATI and XERTIGffKS;
monsieur? NICOYA and D'CCROIX;
?err? WETZLAR, POLUITZ,
STALBBRO and ILL8HO
FRN; Messrs. KY WICK,
* FORUEST, SittiH.
The whole forming thc most brilliant
In thc world, actually embracing moro
Than any three Companies in this country
STONE A MURRAY advertise only such
attractions as actually belong to their
CIRCUS, and do not magnify the abilities
of their Troupo, w hen they claim that
SO EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD
CAN Hil AI. IT!
Don't Forget tho Time!
Thursday, Nov? 6 !
And don't mistake this SUPERB CIR
CUB for ono of the ordinary kind of Bxhi
bitions that arc so abundant in thin viein
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