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LONDON, November 24.-James Pim
& Go., Dublin merchants, well known in
the American trade, have failed.
MADRID, November 24 -Gen. Dulce,
recently Guptein-General of Culm, is
PARIS, . November 24. -Tue Journal
Official bas reoeived the fellowing from
Port Said: The Imperial yacht Aigle,
with the J Impress on board, and tho en?
tire fleet, loft Suez yesterday and reached
the Mediterranean to-day. The success
of the inauguration is complete.
. The Emperor of Austria will leave
Churo on Thursday, on his return to Eu?
HAVANA, November 24-Au attempt
was recently made to incite tho negroes
to rebellion on the plantations about
Sagna. The plot was discovered and the
ringleaders promptly arrested and exo
. CHAMJKSTON, November 24.-Arrived
-steamer J. W. Evermau, Philadelphia;
brig Czar, St. John's. P. R. ; schooner
A. E. Glover. Bostou; schooner J. VV.
Evelson, Philadelphia. Off the port
achoo uer Lizzie Carr, Wood's Hole;
schooner A. Gillese, Baltimore. Sailed
-steamer Maryland, Baltimore;schooner
Thomas McKimmon, Matanzas.
IiOuisviiiiiK, KT., November 24.-All
the bridge piors over tho middle channel
haye beeu completed; trains will cross
the bridge in about twenty days.
MEMPHIS, November 24.-A party of
masked men went to tho plantation of
Wm. Jones, near Tiptonville, Tennessee,
on .Sunday, for tho purpose al disarming
Jones* negroes. Jones' forcmnn fired on
tho party, killing ono and mortally
wounding two, when tho maskers re?
treated. The officers arrested .Tonos and
six negroes, on Monduy, took thom to
the river and placed them on a steamer
for Louisville. Tho negroes, while en
route, for Troy, wero captured by a party,
and five of them shot. Tho excitement
in Tipton is intense, and more blood?
shed is apprehended.
HARRISBURO, November 24.-The death
warrant for Dr. Paul Soho?o, for tho
22d December, ha? been signed.
RICHMOND, November 24.-The Re?
publican State Convention mot at noon.
The Chairman of the State Central Com?
mittee, in calling it to order, said he
hoped its action would be harmonious,
and such as to suggest to Congress tho
immediate admission of the State in tho
Union. The Convention then proceeded
The Convention elected Charles H.
Porter, Congressman.elect, as President.
Porter' said tho Republican party was
dead) -in Virginia, if Congress did not
apply4 some remedy to its disease. Tho
Convention adjourned till to-morrow.
At Fin evan nab Court House, yester?
day, Capt. Richard Harlan watt shot and
killed by Washington Shores. Tho
parties were highly respectable. Tho
affair grew ont of n lawsuit.
SAM FRANCISCO, November 24;-^A Ja?
panese Prince and suite have arrived
here, specially delegated by the Empe?
ror to look after the condition of Japa?
A heavy galo occurred here, and seve?
ral wrecks are reported.
General Unie has beon elected dele?
gate to Congress from Alaska.
WASHINGTON, November 24.-Tho most
reliable statement regardiug the Spanish
gun-boats seems to be that tho writs of
attachment served to-day aro grounded
npon the affidavit of tho Peruvian Cou
sul, that the Government of Spain de?
signed to use them against his Govern?
ment. It is said the gun-boats may ulti?
mately be released, if tho Spanish Go
ernment, through their minister, file
bonds that they will not bo used against
a nation with which tho United States ie
Charles Calm, a .merchant, has beon
arrested iu this oity, ou a telegram from
the Chief of Police, of Charleston, S.
C., charging him with having forged
drafts in that city to the amount of
Mr. Johnson will take rooms nt the
Arlington Hotel for the winter.
The Bolivian revolutionists aro gaio
Internal revenue receipts to-day $413,
Motley has re-opened tho Alabama
The commissioner of customs report
shows the receipts of the last fiscal year
8182,000,000-equal to $231,000,000 cur?
It is regarded certain hore that tho
Spanish gun-boats will be released.
Private letters report that a fire had
taken place at Fort Sully, Dakota, and
destroyed government property to tho
amonnt of $l,00J,OOO. The entire post
narrowly escaped destruction.
A FATED HOUSR BURNT.-Tho tele?
graph has given a brief account of a
shocking accident which took place in
Brooklyn, N. ?\, on Saturday night.
The New York papers give us the dis?
tressing details. The house, which ap?
pears to have been a fated one, woe situ?
ated on Furman street, in Brooklyn. It
had caught fire in 1865, and killed five
firemen by its roof falling in, and when
it was being rebuilt, fell in and killed
FIRKS IN THU UNITED STATES.-The
losses by fire in the United States dur?
ing the months of September and Octo?
ber, oaloulating only those of $20,000 and
upwards, amounted to $1,257,000 more
in the aggregate than the losses of the
corresponding months of last year. The
total loss of the eurrent year, from the
1st of January to the close of tho last
month, is $83,534,000, which is a very
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pre?
serve my good condition," I uso SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
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COLUMBIA, S. C" Novqmber 24.-Tho
cotton market bos boen ruoro activo to?
day; the sales amounted *o 110 bales
NKW YORK , November 24-N o o n. -Stocka
strong on North-western, but dull ann
unsettled on balance of the list.
Monoy 6(3)7. Sterling-long 9; ?hort
9%. Gold 20;>H- Tennessee's, ox-cou?
pons, 58^; D?W, 52; Virginia's, now, 54;
Louisianans, old, 66; levee's, 593^; Ala?
bama 8's, 92).^; 5's, 60; Georgia 6'a, 8J;
7's, 92; North Carolina's, old, 44<<?: new,
35; Soutli Carolina's, now, 053?. Flour
declining. Wheat lc. better. Pork dull,
at 33.62. Cotton firm, at 24 ??($24;^.
7 P, M.-Cotton opened very firm, but
closed heavy nud in favor of buyers.
Flour rather active, at prices favoring
buyers-superfino State 4.50(V/t4.95; com?
mon to fair extra Southern email@example.com.
Wheat l(a>2?. better-winter red western
1.8201.36. Coru closed heavy nud a
shndo lower-mixed western 1.10(u>l.ll.
Fork firm and quiet, at 32.50(a)33r Lard
Rcarce and firmer-kettlo Vd^(?\9%.
Whiskey decidedly lower-1.04@T.05>?.
Rico dull-Carolina G??(a},7%. Sugar
steady. Molasses dull. Coffee firm.
Freights dull-cottou steam 5-16. Money
moro active, nt 0@7. Sterling weak, at
8%@9. Gold heavy, at 253,1. Stocks
steady. Governments closed dull. 62's
15j^; Southerns dull.
1 i .vi/n MO) :K, November 24.-Cotton
firm-low middlings 24,t.l". Flour-fam?
ily active, but prices favor buyers; How?
ard street superfine 5.00(^5.25. Corn
new 95; old firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats 55(op7.
live 1.00(?jl.05. Whiskey dull, nt 1.05
CINCINNATI, November 24.-Corn firm.
Whiskey dull, at 1.00($1.02. Pork held
nt 33.00. Lard higher-18??.
CHARLESTON, November 21.-Cotton
quiet and easier; sales 450 bales-mid?
dling* 24(u)24.,u'; receipts 1,194; exporte
AUGUSTA, November 24.-Cotton mar?
ket quiet but linnet; sales, 450 bales;
receipts, '810 bales-middling, 23'.,'.
SAVANNAH, November 24.-Cotton re?
ceipts 2,221 bales; exports 4,443-mid?
dlings 23 3C; market dull; sales 700 bales.
MOBILE, November 24.-Cotton in
good demand, closing firm; sales 1,500
bales-middlings 23 h?; receipts 1,512;
NEW ORLEANS, November 24.-Cottou
quiet ut 2-4; saloa, 4,750 bales; receipts,
2,244bales. Corn weaker-white. 1.15@
1.171?. Pork email@example.com.
Bacon firm, at 17}.?@203:?. Sugar
quiet-yellow clarified, Vi)4@lZxi.
Gold, 26 J?.
LONDON, November 24-Noon.--Con?
sols 93?.i'. Bonds 83^.
PARIS, Novombor 24.-The Bourse
opeus steady-routes 71 nnd 65. .
LIVKRPOOL, Novomber 24-NoOn.
Cotton steady-uplands H5?; Orlenns
HAVRE, November 24.-Cotton opened
declining nud irregular-spot 135; afloat
LIVKRPOOL, Novomber 24-Evening.
Cottou quiet-oplauds 11??@11??; Or?
leans ll %(a>llj?; sales 12,000 bales; ox -
port and speculation 2,000.
A DISGRACEFUL RIOT.-Our peaceable
town was made on Wednesday night last
the scene of a most disgraceful riot. A
baud of lawless, stupid leaguers, after
an adjourned meeting, in which they hud
had the assistance and counsel of sundry
carpet-baggers, sallied out with a large
drum, and mauy of them armed with
pistols, shot-guns, etc., paraded the
streets until long after midnight, making
night hideous with yells, shouts, firing
of weapons, and offensive language.
One citizen's house was struck with the
contents of n discharged guu, whether ]
accidentally or not, it is impossible to
say; tho window glass broken, and his
family disturbed and driven from their
beds in wild alarm. Notwithstanding
tho grievous character of thia riot, no
interferenoo was made on the part of our
citizens. We understand that threats
wore made, too, that for every negro
hurt-they evidently looking for a col?
lision-ten whites would be mado to
suffer. In this rabble were one, if not
more, of Gov. Scott's loyal constables
of whom tlier*, are billeted ou the town
too many either for comfort, quiet, or
safety-and ono of tho samo Governor's
appointed magistrates. We demand of
Gov. Scott an investigation of this
shameful affair, and au interdiot against
a further occurrence, If a few of the
constables were removed perhaps it
would be botter for tho publio peace.
Tho Utica Herald tells the following
story: "Two maiden eisterB, Polly and
Sally Reed, aged eighty-five and eighty
three, who have lived alone in scanty
circumstances in Brookfield, Madison
County, were found by a neighbor on
the morning of the 12th instant. Polly
dead on tho floor, and Sally lying on the
bed iu a helpless condition. The latter
died on Saturday. They were both ter?
ribly mutilated about the head and faco.
They had often before had frequent
quarrels on the most trival provocations.
The weapons used were n pair of tongs
and a stick of wood. No inquest was
Wo are glad to loam that the Missis?
sippi Stute Fair, which opened at Jackson
on Tueaday, hos boen a BUCCOS. The
displays in all departments havo far
transcended expectations. 20,000 per?
sons were present the first day, and each
Buoceediug day was expected to increase
tho number. Mississippi, though par?
tially paralyzed at present in all her in?
dustries by misgovernment, has a most
gratifying prospect before her. She has
a wonderfully rich soil and an energetic
populatiou, and shu can make bersolf one
of tho chosen spots of the earth.
"Just tho thing!" Such is tho excla?
mation of the Dyspeptics who use SOLO?
MONS' BrrTJtns. N21
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House met nt 12 M. Prayer by
'Rev. A. L. Stanford.
A resolution was adopted that a stand
I i?g Committee on Labor be appointed
by the Speaker, to consist of seven mem?
A joint resolution was read a first
I time, aud referred to the Committee on
j Ways aud Mean?, that the County Com?
missioners of Charleston County be di?
rected and required, as speedily as pos?
sible, to examine and report what lauds
belonging to tho State in the portion of
Charleston County, known as the Parish
of St. John's Berkeley, oro now held and
used by privato individuals, the said
report to be made to the Attorney-Gene?
Notice was given of a bill to incorpo?
rate tho Provident Mutual Life Assurance
Company of tho South.
Mr. DeLinrge introduced a bill to re?
peal au Act entitled "An Act to organize
townships and detino their powers and
privil?ges." Bead tho first time, and re?
ferred to tbs Committee on the Judi?
I Mr. Hausier presented petitions for
Act of incorporation of DeLaney Bille
Company, of Charlestou, and of Uuity
and Friendship Society; of Mrs. E. S.
Messer voy, for recharter of Ban tow l's
Bridge, and ro nflirmauco of claim to
property and franchises in Charleston
and Oolleton Counties. Beforred to tho
Committee ou Incorporations.
Notice was given of a bill to designate
the officers by whom, and the times
when, and the places at which, sales or?
dered by tho Courts of Commou Pleas,
Judges thereof, aud the Courts of Pro?
bate, aimil be made, and for other pur?
A resolution was read and referred,
that tho Treasurer of thc State bo re?
quired to pay the accounts of school
teachers, for the yeir 18(39, nt tho rate*
of four cents per scholar; provided that
no necounl8 shall bo paid until the same
has been approved by the State Superin?
tendent of Education.
Mr. Hayes presented tho presontmeut
of tho grand jury and the order of tho
Court of Marion County. Beforred.
Notion was given of a bill to amend
tho charter of tho towu of Orangeburg.
Tho account of G. Bolivor, Clerk ol
tho Court of Common Picas and Genera
Sessions, for Orangeburg County, was
referred to tho Committee on Claim.-;.
Tho presentment, of grund jury ol
Orangeburg County, was referred to th<
Committee ou the Judiciary.
The petition of tho Columbia Hcbrev
Benevolent Society, for the renewal o
charter, was referred to the Committei
Notices were given of bills to alter am
amend tho charter of the town of Sum
ter; to repeal an Act entitled "An Act tc
chango tho location of tho County sea
of Barnwell; to charter the Comet Ligh
Ihfantry, of Charleston.'"
Tho annual message of Gov. Scott wa
read, aud 2,000 extra copies ordered t(
bo printed for distribution.
The Senate sent to this House a con
current resolution, which was concurre*
in, and ordered to bo returned to th
Senate, that the Secretary of State b
authorized to employ the necessar;
clerks, not to exceed seven, for eurollinj
tho bills and engrossing tho Acts of tb
General Assembly; und that he also b
authorized to have the Acts of this sec
sion of the General Assembly printed n
soon as the session terminates.
Tho account of the Horry News, io
advertising election notice, and contiti
gent accounts of the Scrgeant-at-Arm
and Clerk of tho House, were referro
to tho Auditing Committee.
At 2.20 P. M., the House adjourned t
meet to-morrow, at 12 M.
Tho Seuate assembled at 12 M. Pr?
sidenl pro tem. Montgomery in the Chaii
Prayer by tho Chaplain.
Mr. Leslie, from the Committee o
Bailroads, to whom was referred, at th
last regular session, a bill entitled "a bi
to afford aid in the extension of tb
Spartauburg and Union Railroad," ri
ported back the same, with a reuommet
dation that the consideration of this bil
and all similar bills, be indefinitely pos
poned. Agreed to.
The Clerk of the Senate was antin
rized to cause to be priuted revised lis
of thc standing and special committe?
of the Senate.
A resolution was introduced, and o
dered to be sent to the House, that tl
Governor of the State bo authorized I
purchase for distribution to othor Stat
100 copies of Yolumo 20 of Kio bar
son's Report of Cases at Law at
Notices were given of bills to amei
the charter of the Charlotte, Coln tub
and Augusta Railroad; to establish ai
maintain a system of freo comme
schools for the State of South Carolin
to incorporate the Provident Mutual Li
Assurance Company of the South; f
the better regulation of pilots for t
ports and harbors of this Stute, and <
tablishing tho rates of pilotage, and i
other purposes therein mentioned;
incorporate the Claflin University in tl
State; to incorporate tho Edisto I Mn
phate and Fertilizing Company;
umend un Act entitled "Au Act to <
gan i/.o the Circuit Courts;" to amend
Act entitled "An Act to organize the r
lilia of South Carolina;" a joint reso
tiou to confirm the appointment
proxies mad o by the Governor duriug t
interim of the General Assembly.
Mr. Donaldson introduced a bill
grant and give the consent of the Leg
lutare of this State to the purchase,
the United States, of the lot of la
situate on Meeting street, in the city
Charleston, known as tho ''Chariest
Club," for the purposes of a Uni
States Court for tho District of Soi
Carolina, or for other purposes, and
cede to the United States j uri ?diet
therein; which received its first teadi
and ordered for consideration to-morn
House bills to define contract? for
borer*; abd for other purposes, and to
incorporate the Ashley Bridge Company,
wore referred, to th? Commit too on In?
A bill to aid tho Port Royal Railroad
Company, was laid on tho table.
Message No. 1 from the Governor waa
presented to the Senate.
All subject mnttere and recommenda?
tions embraced in the Message of the
Governor, falling within the scope of the
duties of the several standing commit?
tees end appropriate to them, were refor
red to those committees, and all other
matters ure ref rred to a select commit?
Thu Sonate adjourned at 2 P. M.
WADE HAMPTON ON THE FIIEEDMEN.
There is a State Fair now in progress nt
Macon, Georgia, and it appears to bo ot
tended with considerable success. The
agricultural and labor interests of tho
Stute are largely represented there, and
they ?ne not merely confined to Georgia, i
but extend over nil tho Southern States.
Many of these Fairs havo been held of j
late, and the effoct hus been generally j
good, predictiug a largely improved con?
dition of tho whole South und showing
the advance mudo in material progress
eiuce the disastrous times of tho civil
wnr. Gen. Hampton, who has frequent?
ly exhibited his wiso appreciation of thc
existiug condition of thing*, and has
given many seusible ideas coucerning the
new relations between tho North aud tho
South, expressed himself with some
fore? ou the questiou of treating tho
freedmen, for the mutual benefit of that
class and of the Southern States nlso.
Ile urged the necessity of cultivating a
patriarchal and friendly feeling with the
colored freedmen, aud tho improvement
of their moral und intellectual status.
This is what the South requires. Tho
Southern people know that thc freedmen
are there among them; that they arc
thr.ro by law established, cither as au in?
cubus to bo carried on the shoulders of
Southern industry or nu clement to be
employed for its benefit. Wade Hamp?
ton evidently sees the mutter in this light,
aud ho advises his people well upon this
subject. Tho South is gradually reliev?
ing itself from the effects of thc late war,
and perhaps there arc no means which it
can employ better calculated to assist tho
issue than the judicious use of the negro
element, ns suggested by Wade Hamp?
ton.-Nie IP York Herald.
The Northern papers, in commenting
upon tho course of the House Commit?
tee on Elections in refusing to go to
South Carolina to take testimony in tho
mutter of au election contest, speak of
severul cases, while iu fact there is but
one case, (that of A. S. Wallace agaiust
W. D. Simpson, of the Fourth District,)
where neither party has been sworn in.
But in this case, ns in that of H?ge
against Reed, the committee decided,
and so reported to the House, that
Simpson was prima facie entitled to tho
scat, and the matter ia ouly open now to
take evidenco to establish tho legality of
Simpson's election-a matter about
which there is no doubt, and which will
give him the full legul, as well ns aprima
facie right to the seat. It will bo re?
membered that the Committee on Elec?
tions, to which was referred tho claim of
S. L. nogo for a seat iu the dist Con?
gress from the Thin! Congressional Dis?
trict of South Carolina, submitted a re?
port in writing that upon the papers
referred to tho Committee on Elcctious
on tho contested case of S. L. Hogo vs.
J. P. Roed, from the Third Congress?
ional District of South Carolina, S. L.
H?ge is prima facie entitled to a seat in
tho House as the representativo of said
district,subject to tho future action of the
House un to tho merits of the case. This
was followed hy Hogo being sworn in,
pending the real merits of the contest.
This comprises the whole situation.
[ Washington Cor. Charleston News.
On tho 28th ult., tbreo soldiers from
FortFetterman, Dacotah Territory, while
on a hunting excursion, were attacked |
by about, sixty Sioux Indians, and two of
tho soldiers were killed. The Indians
are supposed to havo been led by a white
maa named Richard, formerly a trader at
the fort, who left on account of murder?
ing asoldier. Richard had been for somo
time inciting the Indi.inti to war, by telling
them that it was the intention of the
white troops to massacre all tho Indians
on thc plains.
The cable tells us that the French Mi?
nister to Russia has announced to bis
master an intended visit of the Czar to
Paris this winter. That there is some?
thing afloat between France and Russia
is becoming more and more certain.
Emperors do not usually travel from a
long distance to moet each other merely
to talk about tho weather, or to ask after
the progress of their ailments. The Czar
has a motive io visiting Napoleon again,
and we aro likely to boar of it before
The oauso of tho rebellion in Winni?
peg Territory seems to bo hostility to
confederation with Canada. Governor
McDougall has the appointment of his
Legislative Council, which he has chosen
from "pets" of the Government in Cana?
da, and tho people aro consequently in?
dignant. The Indians aro not ulono io
tho opposition to the chaugo of govern?
ment, but aro strongly supported, or
rather led, hy tho white population.
THE BANK OJP CHARLESTON.-Wo are
authorized to say that the surplus fund
of tho Bank of Charleston, after provid?
ing for all liabilities, amounts to ?824,
400, the securities held hy tho bank being
valued at tho prices of the day. The
HUI plus, as above stated, is equal to $25
a share on the capital of the hank. An
official statement of the affairs of the
bank is about to be made to tho Comp?
troller-General.- Charleston News.
George Peabody is the first philan?
thropist who hos been honored with a
nicho in Westminster Abbey, thia dis?
tinction having even been withheld from
John Howard, though a marble statue of
him waa erected in St. Paul's Cathedral.
Washington of a severo fight with In?
dians on the Texan frontier. 200 cavalry
met 400 Indiana on the Upper Brazos,
and fought them for two days, when the
Indiana fled, leaving forty ?Lead on the
Hold, and their camp equipage, horses
and provisions. None of tho troops
were killed, although nine of them woro
Private advices received in Washington
state that the sugar-cane burning in
Cuba has been moro extensive than the
Havana authorities havo so far admitted.
The work of destruction is to go on until
it is made general, and great devastation
will probably unsuo within a few weeks.
EXPENSIVE OFFICIAL. VANITY.-Tho
Treasury Department find that they will
have to pay a bill of nearly $30,000 for
looking-glasses, bought by Secretary Mc
Culloch's subordinates, during the last
few months of his regime.
The young man who saug, "I'm lonely
since my mother died," isn't so lonely
now. His father has married again, and
his stop-mother makes it lively enough
An ex-Coufodorato, examining a pistol
iu a Mobilo gun-shop, remarked, "I'll
try it," put it to his breast aud fired.
"I'll reckon I'll die now," was his next
words, aud ho wasn't out of his reckoning.
Tho first Methodist sermon was
preached in New York, a little over a
century ago, to a congregation of iivo
A thousand Chinamen, who had or?
ganized nu iudopeudont government,
uear Ci?naga, Cuba, have been arrested
by tho ?Spauish Government.
A Mr. Casey was walking on the rail?
road near Goldsboro, N. C., recently,
when a locomotivo backed over him
crushing him to death instantly.
Dr. Henley Robinson, a well known
physician of Lee County, Va., committed
suicide on the 11th instant.
Tho Pope has asked the Grand Duchess
Olga to intercedo with the Czar in behalf
of tho Catholics of Russia.
Major George Boswell, a prominent
citizen of Edgeiield, departed this life
last week, at au advunoed age. .
A tournament came off at Fort Mill, S.
C., ou the 18th instant, which was well
In cleaning the bottom of the Great
Eastern, 50,000 gallons of muscles and
other accretions were removed from it.
-I f \ Il HDS. Clear Ribbed Bides, on coneign
lA / ment, which are offered low by
Nov 2? U. O'NEALE A SON.
MTO an approved tenant, tho PBOK? .
HAM HOUSE, looated about two MC
mileH from Columbia; land sufficient Jjj.
for planting purposes attached. Possession
given immediately. Largo atablo and all ne?
cessary ont-honaes. Apply to Henrv Heard, or
Nov 25JB TH OS. J. LAMOTTE.
a I HAYS lust received another supply
^?? or tine English and French CAKsl
iVs M EKES, of thc latest styles, Milich aro
?' " offered low for cash.
C. D. EBE11HAUDT,
Washington stn et, opposite Law Hange.
ENGLISH Tooth-Brushes, from 23 couts
to tl 00.
American Tooth-brushes, from 10 to 50 cts.
Toilet Soap, from 5 Cent?? to $1.00.
At E. E. JACKSON'S, Druggist.
Use the Best.
INK English Cooking Suda, same price aa
Pun? Cream Tartar.
For salo low by
Nov 25 E. E. JACKSON, Druggie!.
rriHE MERCHANDIZE ACCOUNTS dno to!
JL tho Mubscriber eau be found at bis ellice,
over the Banking Houao of Messrs. Scott,
Williams A Co., for a few days.
_ Nov_25 2_ _O. H. BALDWIN.
Acaoia Lodge No. 94, ?. F. M.
A A REGULAR NONTHLY COMMUNI
>?#VU'OATION ot Acacia Lodgo No 94. A. F.
/V\M.,will be held THIS EVENING, at
Masonic Hall, at 7 o'clock.
Bv order of the W. M.
Nov 20 _J. LEE DIXON. Soo'y.
THE SUREST PROTECTION against dis?
ease is tho timely use of a good remedy.
The great Family Liniment of tho age, for in?
ternal and external usc, combined in ouo med?
Not ?ince tho introduction of modern Che?
mistry and analytical research into the bidden
mysteries of the vegetable kingdom, has there
been discovered a chemical product of such
extraordinary curativo powers as the "Quaker
Liniment;" this justly celebrated medicine
was discovered and prepared by a Quaker Doc?
tor, conneoted with tho naval sorvico of the
country, his practico was confined to those se?
vere cases which usually result from a sea?
faring life. Rheumatisms, Acute and Chronic
Colds, Coughs, Cramps, Chilblains, Fevers,
Nouralgia; indeed, all acute disorders requi?
ring prompt and energstio medicine. Tho
treatment of these complaints with tho ordi?
nary medicine of the day failed to make a cure
or relieve tho patient. Disappointed and mor?
tified at tho result, and stimulated by the
promptings of a pure humanity for tho suf?
fering, as well as a professional pride, he,
aftor much labor and study, compounded hid
great Liniment, called tho QUAKER LINI?
MENT. This medicino is remarkablo for the
peculiar property it possesses in being an in?
ternal and external remedy at tho same timo,
and differs Irom all other medicines in itu ac?
tion in arresting disease.
It is taken internally for Colds, Coughs,
Consumption, Cramps, Fever and Aguo, Head?
ache, Asthma, Dyaontory, Coliu, Acid Stomach,
Cholera, Cholora Morbus, Sick Stomach, Pains
iu tho Stomach, Diarrhoa.
It is used externally for Soro Throat, Diph
thorin. Swelling of the Glands of tho Neck,
Head-ache, Neuralgia, Face-ache, Tooth-ache,
Pains in the Back, ou tho Side orin tho Heart,
Stiff Nock, Lumbago, Rheumatism, it is espe?
cially good; Paius in the Bonos, or in the
Muscles or Joints, for sting.-? of Insects, Snako
Bites, Itching Humors iu the Skin; for all
these, and for more than we oan enumerate,
it is tho great remedy.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
FISHER * HEIN?TSH. Druggist
Nev 25 % Columbia, S. 0
JUST RECEIVED, a frosh supply of Misses
and Children's Double Sole, Button and
Congress Gaiters. J. HEIGH AN.
BY D. C. PEIX?TTO & SO?.
O N MONDAY, Gib December, in front of th?
Court Honet?, in thi?, city, at 10 o'clock, wi
All that Dun tn Hon or Tract of LAND, knowr
aa "He?l Oak," Bitonted, lying ?nd being in thi
County of iRichland. containing -154 acres
moro or loa?, und bounded on tho North bj
land* of T D Clarkson, East bylands of E 1
darlinoo, South by landa of T B Olsrkson ant
West by lands of-Shoolbrod.
Tho above being a desirable plantation ii
worthy the attention of those dean ing to par
chnHo. Terms nt salo. Novl4l825D15
BY D. C. PEIX0TTO & SON.
ON MONDAY 'MORNING, Gth December, ii
front of the Cosrt House, in this city, at 1(
o'clock, we will sell,
All that TRACT of LAND, known as th?
"Williams' Tract," Bituate, lying and being ii
tho County of Richland; containing 125 acres
moro or loss, and bounded on the North bj
lands of the estate of M. R. Singleton: East bj
Watereo River; South by lauds of T. B. Clark
son; and Weit by lands of tho estate of M. R
This ?B also a desirable traot, very produc?
tive of Cotton and Corn, and is a good oppor?
tunity for investment. Terms at sale.
Nov 14 1825D15_
Houses and Lots.
BY D, O. PELX0TT0 & SON.
On MONDAY, the 6th of December next, in
front of the Court House in this city, at 10
o'clock, wo will Bell,
All that LOT, with Cottage thereon, South?
west corner of GateB and Washington streets,
fronting and bounded on tho East by Gates
utrcct, menauriag thereon 92 feet 6 inches,
more or less; North by Washington street,
running back thereon 102 feet G inches, more or
less; Sonth by Waist), West by estate of Beard.
All that Lot, with Cottage thereon, fronting
and bounded on tho North by Washington
?street, measuring thereon 50 feet, mure oi
less; East by lot above described, running
back 90 feet G inches, moro or less; South bj
Walsh and Went by lot of A. Richardson. Oz
each of these premises aro all necessary out'
TF.HMI.-One-third cash, balance in one anc
two years, secured by bond and mortgage o
premisos, with iutcrost from day of sale
Buildings to be insured and policy to bo as
signed. Purchasers to pay us for papers ane
st limns. _Nov 21
Neat Family Residence on Arsenal Rid-for
merty occupied by Jimmy Dick Bili.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, 6th December, at 10 o'clock,
will soil, before tho Court House in Columbia
The above named PROPERTY. Tho lo
consists of one-half acre, on the North-wei
corner Lumber and Gadsden stroets, and ii
rear of residence of C. H. Baldwin, Esq. Tb
House is woll adapted for a family; two storiei
containing eight rooms and all necessary OUl
TEKMS or SALK.-One-third easb; balance i
ono and two years, for bond and mortgage
with seven per cent, interest; buildings tob
insured ann policy assigned. Parcbsaer t
pay for papers and Stamps. Nov 14 mw
Executors' Sale of Real Estate and Person*
Property belonging to th? Estate of Bent
Dads, deceased, .
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, the Cth December next, I .wi
sell, without reservo, the folio wing PbOPEI
TY, belonging to tho above named estate, i
10 o'clock, in front of tho Court House,
TKUMU OK SALE.-For Beal Batato, ouo-thii
cash; the balanqo on a credit of one, and ts
years, secured by bond and mortgage, with ii
tere?t from day of salo, payable seml-anhua
Iv, the bnildings to bo insured, and policy a
signed. , .
All taxes called for by tho State and eil
have been paid up to this time. The r ctn ri
now culled for, must bo made and.tarses pal
by the purchaser.
LOT NO. 1-On South-east cornerbf sqttar
bounded by Senate, Sumter; Pendleton as
Marion afreets, near and ou the North side
South Carolina Univoraity, measuring 145 fe
front bv 102, more eir leas.
LOT "NO. 2-On Weat-eide of Kath' ?tre*
between Lady and Gervais, and nearly capp
site the old ede of Nickcrson's Hotel, mease
ing 2G feet front bv 208 deep, more or less, a
joining Greenfield'? bui'dings on the South'.
LOT NO. :t- Adjoining the above No. ,2,
feet front by 208, moro or lesa.
NO. 4-The Lot and two story Brick Bull
ing on Main street, bounded by the alloy i
tho North, known aa Davis' alley, 28 feat fro
by 200 drep, more or loss, at present occupii
bv Messrs. Kinurds; the lease to this proper
expiring in May, 1870.
NO. 5-Being the Southern half of Lot ai
Buildings at present occupied by Messrs, He
son A Sutphen; the lease to this portion exp
ing on 1st October, 1870, and the tenements
The aggregate rant of these buildings bel
$2,250, payable quarterly.
Those buildings aro re-sold in consequence
former purchaser being nnable to get hon
eliate pot-session. Thia property will bo pc
tively sold, without reserve, purchasers to z
for napers and stamps.
The Household Furniture and personal
fe eta will bo sold at the family residence,
TUESDAY, 7th December, at 10o'clock. Ter
cash. J. ME1GHAN, ) ~JlL.?L
Nov 17 wm J. D. CALDWELL, j
Estate Side of Valuable Lands, Belonging
Estate of Paul Soigner. ?
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON the first MONDAY in December nexl
will sell, at the Court House, io Column
the following Tracts of LAND: I
250 borea in Richland County, on tho Conj
ree River, twenty-five miles from Oolnmt
and near Gadsden, about sixty aerea clear
and the balance weil timbered. . ?
95 acres in Orangeburg County, opposite I
above tract, near the month of High 1
Creek. Terms at sale._ _ Nov 18 ft
Four and a hoff Acre Jx>t in Waverly, just
yond the City limit.
Bt JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY, the Cth December, I will a
at 10 o'clock, the above named prope:
situated Just beyond tho Tin Bridge, o
the Charlotte Railroad.
This plaoe, formerly laid ont for a village
Summer residence, is finely situated, front
Gervais street, continued, and Hardin sta
hard and dry, and fino level ground. Hi
be made advantageous to a purebaaer to
vide iu half or whole acres. On this lot tl
is a good size Dwelling, of two stories.
Tx it ii a or SAIJI.-One-third cash; the
anco in one, two and three years, for b
and mortgage, with interest from date, pt
ble semi-annually; house to be insured
policv aaaiguei. Purebaaer to pay for pa]
and stamps. _Nov 21 M
ICM Estate Sate of Valuable Building Lots.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY, the dil. of December, I will
before the Court Houses at 10 o'clock,
Two valuable bnilding LOTS, on Main at*
immediately opposite tho Columbia Hotel.
Lot No. 1, containing 2G feet front by
moro or loss, bounded nu the South bj
formerly owned by O. Y. Antwerp, on
North by estate of 8. J. Collen, East by J.
and West bv Main street.
Lot No. 2, containing 26 feet front by
more or less, bounded on the Sonth bj
No. 1, on tho North by lot formerly C. Bv<
on tho East by J. Di il and West by Main ali
TEIIII* or SALK.-One-half casu, the bat
in ono and two years; for bond and mortg
interest 7 por cent, pajablo semi-anun
Purchaser to pay for neosssary papers
Btamps. Nov il m