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London, Ootober 10.?Sir Samuel
Baker find wife have arrived. .., .
Bkhlin, Ootober 10. ?Ledoohowski,
Archbishop of Suez9a and Posen, is
seriously ill. .'? v ^ J
Paris, Ootober lO.-rln the Basque
court martial, to?day,-the heari'tg pf M.
Biveree' separV^g^^^M^m
dooumenta appended were res?J. Ouo
relates to the ;desp?tohea sent nad-re?
ceived bj the aaobBCdi and ehowa that
the miscarriage of Which Bizaine
addressed to MaoMihoo precipitated
*rLT^mmm has
Paris; his dMUim ia^koowo.
Grevy, for?*erly President or the As?
sembly, will soon puto?ah a letter de?
claring i? favor of the republic.
London, October 10.?The Oarlists
profess ?0 have received information
thafe'their General Otto, oh the 6th, de?
feated and routed ihe army of General
Marones, hoar Oiranqui, and compelled
it to retreat to Paeate La Reyna, thir?
teen miles South-weat of Pamelaua,
leaving behind ? large number .of dead
und wounded. The Oarlists claim this
as the greatest victory of tbe campaign.
Paris, October 10.?Count Maurice
D'Flaviguey, a well known French poli?
tician, is dead.
The police have seised 22,000 photo?
graphs of tbe son of the lateOx-jEaape
ror Napoleon, which.were exposed for
sale in this city.
Geneva, October 10.?Count de
Ohambord bos taken'up his residence in
Lao con ex, two miles from this city.
Madrid, Ootober 10,?The Govern-1
ment has issued an order imposing a
duty of five per cent, npbn all wines1
exported after this month.
Parib,-October 10.?Four members of I
the Directing Committee of the party of
the Bight in the Assembly have loft
here for Brussels, to meet Count de
Chathhord, who will arrive in that place
at the same time they do.
Telegraphic?American Mutter?.
nurses and money need ed in memphis
dead unb?ribd?yellow fever in
bhbevrport and vioinity-nurses
robbing the dead?fire in boston?
strike in, philadelphia?mr. arch
and the workdsgmen?heavy bob
bery?ship wrecks ans loss of HPK,
ao., ao... . , .
Charleston, October 10.?Arrived?
Steamship fAlbem arle. Boston;, schoon
era"Arm E. Glover, Boston; Old Chad,
Nbw Orleans, October 9. ?Of sixty
three nurses and physicians sent by the
Howard Association to Shreveport, not
one has taken tha fever. Fifty-six nurses
have been'sent by them to Memphis, and
to-day aYiespatoh was. received by W
S. Pike, President Howard Association
from Memphis, asking for twenty-five
female nursee*. iu addition to those pre
viously ordered. ' The fever is inoreas
ing. Several of the first* citizens have
died. The nurses will be sent forward
A special despatch from Shreveport
states that Dr. Bruns save the back-bone
of the opidemio has been broken, but
only ioo.will destroy the. poison. The
fever is (mere .malignant than any he
over metr Very Reverend H. Sand, of
the Society of Mary, and. President of
St. Mary Jefferson College, in tho parish
of St. James, died here yesterday, after
an illness-df;three'days. \ He was one of
the moat diBtiogalBbed priests of this
Arab Diocese, and 'was 'in the prime of
lifei : RovV Father Lovisant died of the
fever at Shreveport, this morning, Ho
was the Secretary of tho .Bishop of
Natohitochea, and makes the third
priaofc of' that; Diocese who has beeu
Htrioken'^by'-.^tfe]^ soourge, having left
Natchitophes a.few days ago to assist the
?u?brers at Shreveport.
SnuBvaTORT, Ootober .10.? Joirou,
Wiltz and Maple, nurses from New Or?
leans, are charged With robbing corpses.
The peoplei"a,re< greatly enraged. The
chief victim wda 11 dead priest, from
whom it is alleged they took clothing,
money, watch and a crucifix. No im?
provement, although new cases are
mostly among children. 400 oases are
under treatment. The fever is at Maus
field, forty miles hence. Physicians ad?
vise absentee to remain away.
Boston, October.. 10.?Page.Sc Co.'a
box factory- vraV Warned ' to-day; loss
$60,000;"100 personsthrown out of em?
ployment* ., ,.,
New York, Ootober 10.-.-Father Byrne
has been elected President of the Catho?
lic Alliance Convention for thoensuing
year. a*t>flhri
Philadelphia, Ootober 10.?600 em?
ployees of the South wark Foundry
struck, to-day, in oonseqaeooe of a re?
daction of boors and wages.
N ew York, Ootober 10.?-At a meet?
ing of the Workingmen'a Council, last
night, the secretary was instructed to
ooma-iinioate with Mr. Arch, now in
Canada, and ascertain whether he in?
tends - io be the guest of the upper
classes, or of the working people.
Utica, October 10.?The State Tern
perance Convention assembled to day;
only fifty delegates present. No uomi
notions for State officers.
Memphis, October 10.?Affairs are
deplorable. People die faster than they
can be buried. Hundreds havo died
unattended. The stenoh from the ne
gleotod bodies is intolerable. 900 have
died. Some physicians have fled; the
majority remain on daty day and uigbt.
Norses and money are wanted.
Washington, October 10.?Ia thu r?.
cent uotice of Alfred Saville, who died
on volunteer telegraphic d.ily at Shreve?
port, it was omitted that he wus seriously
wounded in Hue of battle
Boston, October 10.?An unknown
British schooner was discovered bottom
up below here to-day. The body of a
woman, somewhat mutilated about the
head, was found lashed to the wreck.
It is supposed all hands perished.
eago aud Southern Atlantic Road, elect?
ed Got. Magoffiu. 6f Kou t ucky. Presi?
de at, aud eever?l Vica-President g.
Wabhinu^on, Ooiobe? IG.? Mob?ej,
the Federal attorney of Florida, baa re*
signed <
Probabilities?The barometer will
probably fall on Saturday in the Bouth
west, with j cloudy aud rainy weather.
For the Etstorn Galf States and tho
Ohio Valley, rising tooaperature, partly
olondy Weather aiid light winds.
NisW Yonx. October lO.?The bark
Bellevue, of at. John's, from Liverpool,
reports, op the 27th of September, \a
latitude 47.26, longitude 41.18, having
passed the over-dae bark Vinco, of
Liverpool, deserted and partly disman?
tled. Her decks were even with the
water, and she was fast oreakiug up.
No sigce of life. No boats.
The trustees of the TJoion Trust Com?
pany, to-day, appointed a committee to
consider the question of a speedy re?
sumption cif business.
Cuban independence wae celebrated
to-day by tnoruing religious services in
the Episoopal Churoh sod a lecture ut
Cooper Institute to-night.
Montgomery, October 10.?Throe
fever de aha in the past twenty-four
hourr. Total since the commencement
on September 19, 12.
Boston, October 10 ?The onuiversu
ry birth-day of Father Matthew was ap
propriately celebrated here to-day, by
the temperance societies.
Augusta, Ga., October 1?.?Addi?
tional contributions wore forwarded lo
Memphis and Shreveport to-day.
San Francisco, October 10.?The
overland mail coach was robbed near
Redding, this morning, by four men.
They got Wells & Fargo's box, contain?
ing nearly 82,0110, and about 62,000
from the' passengers. The robbers es?
caped. A sheriff's poss-i are iu pursuit.
TelegrapHlc-?(.'Hiumt-ri-lMl K?-|ioi ts.
Columbia, S. C, October 11.?Sales
of cotton, voj-torday, 133 bales?mid
dling 16.
London, October 10.?Erie 41 '4.
London, October 10?Evemug.
There was a plentiful supply of money
this afternoon in open market. For
three months' hills, 3 15-16 pet cent.,
or i 1-16 per ceut. below the Bank ot
England rate.
Pauls, October 10.??pcoin iuareus-j
2,000.OOOf. Rentes 57f. 90c
Liverpool, Ootober 10?3 P. M.?
Cotton firmer, but not quotably higher?
uplands 9%?9%', Orleans 9^@9J?';
sale*-20,000 bales; speculatiou aud ex?
port 6,000; sales of tho week 132,000;
export 16,000; speculation 29,000; stock
598,000, whereof American ia 144,000;
receipt? 43,000, of which American is
6,000; actual export 7,000; afloat 184,
000, of which American ia 29,000; up?
lands, basis of good ordinary, delivered
November or December, 9; ditto, Octo?
ber or November, 9J.{. Yarns and fa?
brics firm aud unchanged.
LrVKBJPJOL, October 10?Evening. ?
Sales of ootton include 9,300 bales of
American; sales of uplands on the basis
of goud ordinary, shipped in October,
9%; ditto Ootober uud November, 9}?i
ditto November aud December, 8%; low
middling, to be delivered iu October and
November, 9 8-16. ?urns and fabrics
?rmer; an advance demanded.
New York, October 10?Noon.?Gold
opened at 9. but was 8^4 at 11 o'clock.
Stocks dull and irregular Money
and interest to 3 16. Gold 8%. Ex?
change?long 6%; short 7%. Govern?
ments dull aud lower. State bonds
quiet. Cotton easier; sales 9(34 bales?
uplands 18%; Orleans IOJbJ futures
opened: October 17 11-lti<n>17^; No?
vember 17^(^17 7-16; December Yl%
(3)17 7 16; January 17!^; February
17 1116. Flour dull and heavy. Wheat
quiet and iu buyers' favor. Corn dull
and heavy. Pork dull and iu buyers'
favor?new 16 [email protected] Lird quiet?
old steam 8 7-16(a?8><. Freigbts*qtiiet.
7 P. M.?Cotton ?net receipts 244
bales", gross 3.122; futures dosed weak;
sales 9,300; October 17 9 16; November
17 5 16,17 11 32;Decemberl7,4,17 9-16;
January 17 5 16,17 11-32; February 17^,
9-16. Cotton quiet; sulea 1,599 bales,
at 1819. Southern flour'dull aud
declining?6 [email protected] for common to
fair extra; [email protected] for good to
choice. Whiskey heavy and decidedly
lower, at [email protected] 'Wheat dull, heavy
nud 2(<^3j. lower?1.52JJ for common
w:uter red Western. Com dull and
lower?61(jf}63 for steam Western mixed.
Pork dull and unsottled?new moss
17.00. Beef in moderate request and
steady, at 8 [email protected] Lard lower, ut
8,'[email protected] Froigbts to Liverpool dull
steam, wheat 13>4- Money a shade
easier. Exchange lower and almost un?
saleable, at 16^. Gold8,'*[email protected]%. Go?
vernments irregular and little doing.
States quiet.
I Comparative cottou statement?Net
receipts at all ports during the week,
51,115 bales; last year, 90,095; total to
dato, 192,922; last year, 320,557. Ex?
ports for the week, 12,323; last year,
86,821; exports to date, 44,452; last
year, 91,229. Stook stall ports, 136,547;
last year, 194,193; stook at interior
towns, 82,328; last year, 22,104; at Li?
verpool, 593,000; last year, 627,OjO.
American cotton afloat for Great Bri?
tain, 29.000; last year, 21,000.
Louisville, October 10.?Floor quiet
und firm? Grain unchanged; notuing
doing. Provisions lower; demand light.
L'ork 15.00. Bacon?shoulders 8>s;
oleer rib 8%@9; olear OJ^, paoked.
Lard?tierce 8>[email protected]; keg 9&@9J?;
steam 8. Whiskey quiet, at 91.
St. Louis, Ootober 10.?Flour quiet.
Corn qniet?oar lots 44)[email protected]>s'; ware?
house 43>a. Whiskey steady, at 95.
Pork qniet?order lots at 15.50. Bacon
quiet?Jobbing and order lots of shoul?
ders 8^?334'; clear rib [email protected]<; olear
sides 9j4(rj)y>b; some cash sales of olear
rib at B%; clear 8%. Lard unchanged.
OrMciNNATi.Ootobor 10.?Floor steady,
at [email protected] Com quiet, at 52. Pork
qniet and steady, at 15.00. Lard quiet
ioblflMgae of^fetklejMt 8)$*.i Baooa
?teady^wlh ti^Mle^ahoal?ra 8M
@8%1-Wlet <-f&bXf?$X; trt?r aides
? Wiiinkey quiet; email i?lea at 00,
? T)_ A'-iniu? 1A /l.^???,?? ?3 .,11
and nominal?middling 17%; low mid?
dling 17; striot good ordinary 16%;
gross receipts 831 bales; exports coast?
wise 80; sales 305; stock 1,817; weekly
net ' receipts 10; gross 1,829; exports
coastwise 566; sales 705.
W rLMiNOTON, October 10.?Cotton
firm?middling 17; set receipts 217
balee; sales 73; stuck 1,128; weekly net
receipts 572; exports ooastwiBo 650;
sales 452.
New Orleans, Ootober 10.?Gotten
less active and prices barely maintained
?middling 18%; low middling 17%@
18; striot good ordinary 16%(|}17; net
receipts 2,778 bales; gross 3,229; sides
I, 100; Block 36.811; weekly net receipts
II, 429; gross 13,821; exports to Great
Britain 4,394; ooastwise 2,537; Bales
Mobile, Outober 10.?Cotton quiet?
middiiug 17)4; low middling 16j?';
striot good ordinary 1534; D6t receipts
619 bales; exports coastwise 614; sales
200; stock 9,720; weekly net receipts
3,824; exports ooustwise 3,161; sales
Savannah, Ootober 10.?Cotton quiet
?middling 16%; net receipts 3,761 buleo;
eales 723; stock 21,542; weekly not re
uuipts 14.841; exports coastwise 6,526;
sales 3,936
Macon, October 10.?Cotton quiet?
middiiug 16; weekly receipts 2,385 bale*;
shipments 2,973; sales 2,514; stock
Nashville, October 10.?Cotton firm
?low middiiug 16; weekly receipts 517;
shipments 488; stock 1,990.
Boston, October 10.?Cotton steady?
middling 18% ; gross receipts 65 bales;
sales 300; stock 8,000; weekly uet re?
ceipts 386; gross 3,413; sales 1,575.
Mem runs, October 10.?Cotton quiet
and tlrtn?low middling 16%@16,la; re?
ceipts 1,417; hbipments 576; stook 11,
393; weekly receipts 5,588; shipments
Selma, October 10.?Cotton?weekly
receipts 1,222 bales; shipments 1,022;
stook in 1872, 2,914; in 1873, 3,056.
Norfolk, Ootober 10.?Oottoa steady
?middling 17%; net receipts 1,400
bales; exports coastwise 960; sales 100;
stock 5,038; weekly net receipts 7,160;
exports ooastwiso 5,371; sales 550.
Galveston, Ootober 10.?Cotton iu
good demand?good ordinary 15'4*,
Texas ordinary 13%; net receipts 529
bales; stock 11,902; weekly net receipts
2,294; exports coastwise 1,201; sales
Providence, October 10.?Cotton?
weekly net receipts 40 bales; sales3,500;
stock 1,500.
Charleston, October 10.?Cotton
dull and heavy?middling 16%@17; net
receipts 2,467 bales; exports coastwise
2,438; Bales 3(10; stock 11,058; weekly
uet receipts 9,759; gross 9,461; exports
coastwise 5,835; sales 3,300; low mid?
dling IG '4 @16% ; striot good ordinary
Philadelphia, October 10.?Cottou
quiet?middling 18%; net receipts 17
bales; gross' 443; wseklv net reaeipts
370; gross 1,868.
City. Point, ?Ootober 10.?Cotton?
weekly nut receipts 186 bales.
Columbcs, Ojtober 10.?Cottou iu
fair demaud?low middiiug 16; weekly
receipts 1,365 balew; shipments 735;
sales 789; siock 4,0u7. j
Augusta, October 10.?Cotton steady j
?middling 15%(a>16; receipts 1,2?0 :
buies; sule.s GUU; btoek 4,462; ?eekly re?
ceipt* 3,570; shipments 3,185; sales
Mondoomeky, October 10.?Cotton
firm; demand good?low middling 16(a)
16%; weekly receipts 930 bales; t?hip
cuunis 35'j; stock 3,128.
Beatus.?Mrs. Louisa M. Cunning?
ham, relict ut' Captain Bobert Cuuuing
haui, and mother of Col. J .'tti aud Miss
Pumelia Cunningham, died at her resi?
dence ill this County, on tbti Gib inst.
Win, Nelson, of this County, died on
the 1st inst. Tbomus Owens died at
bis home, iu tho lower part of this
Couufy, on the 7th. Mrs. Davis, wife
of John Davis, near Cross Anchor,
Spartanburg Couuty, died ou the 6th
iust.?Lt urensvilte Herald,
A coc ntion in the interest of the
projected Narrow Gaugu Railway, ex?
tending from Liko Erie to the Atlantic
oo.inl, was bold at Warm Springs, N. C,
ou the 30th of September, The con?
vention embraced representative men
from Ohio, Kentucky, South-west Vir?
ginia, Tennessee, Western North aud
South Carolina.
At the Texau Republicat State Con?
vention, recently held at Dallas, oue
Judge McCowu introduced himself us
follows: "I urn Judge McCown, the old
he bar of tbe Brazos bottom, the father
of twenty lour children bum in lawful
wedlock, and the grand-father of forty
six grand children."
Capt. ?ufT Green Calhouo, formerly
of Pendletou, died iu Texas ou the 25th
of August, in the thirty fifth year of his
ago. He was the eldest son of Col. A.
P. Calhouo, deceased. Ho leaves a wife
aud oue child.
Delegates to Chicaoo.?On last Fri?
day hfturuoou, Messrs J. S. Murray, J.
W. Harrison and B. F. Wbituer left for
Chicago, as the accredited delegates
from Anderson to tbe railroad eon voli?
tion. .
The Shakers ut Alfred, Me., thiuk of
contributing to the Centennial Exposi
1 tiou nu old lady, named Lacy Langdon
Nowell, who was born on the 4th of
July, 1776.
A Lodge of the Knights of Jericho has
been organized at tbe town of New
berry, with sixteen members. This
gives to South Carolina a Grand Lodge.
Jack Frost put in a respectable ap?
pearance in Laurent, Anderson and
Union last Tuet day morning.
tancb. ? Toe sewing machine' interests
are greatly exe reised over an alleged dis
ooTery lmong the English patents. ' It
ia said that a patent has been found,
dated July 17, 1790, granted by the Bri?
tish Government to Thomas Pain1, ncco?
hered 1,764, for a sewing machine, hav?
ing all the essential features of the Ame?
rican invention?a horizontal table-anp
port, a perpendicular oscillating neodle
bar, an eye-pointed straight needlo, a
perfect horizontal automatic feed, an
upper tension for spacing the stitches,
u "take-up" to lighten iiiuui, and z cpoc!
on the top of the arm. This can be
easily verified, aa there are copies of the
English patents at our publio libraries.
It is supposed to invalidate all the early
American patents by priority of inven?
tion. If correotly etated, it passes
belief that such a record should have so
long remained undiscovered.
New Orleans was thrilled some timo
ago with an assassination which sent the
cold blood ooursicg all over. They
called it the "Yeager tragedy," and the
crime is still enveloped iudeep mystery.
A few days ago a muu was eeeu stalking
around the bit j of the Yeager tragedy,
and liuully climbed up on the railing of
the canal bridge, put a pistol to his
head, fired, aud fell into tho canal. He
was fished out?dead?aud the oiVcnm
stauces excited the suspicion that he
bad been in some wny connected with
the Yeager tragedy?probably the mur?
derer, who, unable to fiud peace after
his damnable deed, had come to the
same spot where ho had committed it to
end his own life. Tho suicide waa
identified as John Manuiau, a grocery
keeper in New Orleaus. He hud settled
up his uiliirs iu a very regular manner,
aud made other preparations for hiB con?
templated change of condition.
Iu Sau Francisco, last week, some
school children, in passing a house,
aaw a picture of a man on a window
pane. Reporting the fact, other per?
sons went to tue spot and saw the pic?
ture of a child; also oue of a man with
u big mouth; of u bear's head, and of
Lady Wuahiugtou. They keep chang?
ing, aud soap und water has no effect
upon them. The house is inhabited by
Deacon Uptou; but, says the San Fran?
cisco Pus!, "the tuet that two years ago
the bonne was ocoupied by Mr. Ander?
son and hia wife, the spirit artists, has
suggested the fancy that the piotnres
may have some connection with them."
Playing oe the bells of a ohuroh
chime must be an exhilarating perform?
ance if the style of Prof. Widdows, at
Grace Church, New York, recently, ia
the correct oue. The New York Gra?
phic thus describes it: "Cold as the day
was, Mr. Widdows stripped to his uu
der-garments, and was bathed in per?
spiration. He had to jump to and fro
at the end of the long levers working
the hammers of the bells, sometimes
throwing his whole weight on them.
His muscle aud strength of endurance
were immense." Hardly so pleasant
that as to sit in the organ loft and gos?
sip with tho choir belles between the
musical exercises.
United States District Couht,
Chauleston, Ootober IU.?This court
was opened by Judge George S. Bryan.
James F. SlattCry was excused from
serving aa a juror. The petition of
John C. Witherspoou. the assignee ol
Adam Joy, bankrupt, for permission to
tk.il lauds und notes of cerate, having
j -eu favorably reported on, was granted,
proceeds of sale to be paid into
court. i he case of Bryan Ellis, in?
dicted for violating the luteruu! revenue
law, was hoard aud giveu to the jury,
after which tho court adjourned.
Stewart, tho decapitated Piltsburg
postmaster, withheld from most of his
clerks uhont fifteen dollars a mouth out
of the Bum paid by the Government for
I heir salaries. lie also placed the name
of his livery stable attendant upon the
pay roll und pocketed $1,50U perauuum
fur his supposed services. Stewart
wanted to show thai he was fur a stuble
government, and put his ostler on the
pay roll out of pure* compliment to the
President?who dotes on horses.
The French customs authorities re?
cently discovered that a now modo of
.smuggling has been adopted. The num?
ber ol rocking horses lor Paris suddenly
increased; indeed it appeared tbul a
Bort of mania hud taken possession of
children's minds. Suspicious being ut
length excited, ouo of the horses was
opened. Packed inside was u large
quantity of choice cigars and tobacco.
The rocking horse, in fact, was a Tro?
jan horse modernized.
An elegant specimen of the crack jaw
tongue is found in the (English) Court
House examination questions for 1873,
under the head of botany, where the
scholar is told to explain the following
term**: "Malva has a gumosepalus calyx,
a polypotaloas hypogyuotis corollo,
polyaudrous unonudelpuous epipetalouB
stamens, and a superior syncarpoua
pistil." -
"Cavalier boots" arc about to be iu
trodiicod for ladies. They are turned
over with leather just above the ankle,
or as far as maybe respectfully the point
dt' mire, so as to give a faint imitation
(of the old cavalier boot; au edgiug ol
lace fulls ov*r this.
Giu-house burning has commence.'!.
(Two were destroyed during tho past few
days, iu Georgia?one belougiug to
Mnj. E. Brinkley, near Warreutou, and
one to Mr. James Jordan, near Pope
I Hill.
' A Cumberland (Md.) court has given
iilty dollars damages against a railroad
for taking on a truuk and not stopping
I tho train loug enough to allow its own
I ere, two ladies, to get aboard.
The Hvathuu Chinee is not in favor iu
Spartanburg. Net proceeds of two leo<
I tu res on China, India and Japan $6.45,
[whioh is ah sin and a shame.
b?en io rebellion against tue oorjBti'[
toted authorities of Perry County, Ark.,1
is an escaped conviofc. j During the war,
while connected With the Union army,
be led a gapg of wretches to Gate Hill.
Wsahisgtca Cinsty, rrbzzz !S?cd a
harmless and reepeotcd gentleman
named John Buchanan, over .seventy
years of age, who was, known to be the
guardian of valuables. They applied
liviDg coals to bis feet to make him re?
veal where his treasures were hid, but |
the brave Scotchman would not betray
hi? trust, Manea wae aireeteu, tried by
Federal court martial, and sentenced to
fifteen years in a Northern penitentiary,
from which he escaped. He is now the |
leader of the Perry Gouuty Grantitea.
A Laiuje Rattlesnake ?A rattlesnake
two feet io circumference, six feet long,
aod with eighteen rattles, was killed the |
latter part of last week, on Judge J. M.
Roberts' place, near Warrenton, Gar.
Thirty-six small snakes from eighteen to
twenty inches long, crawled from the |
body of the dead reptile.
Many facts which have never ap?
peared in print in relation to the Na?
than case have been known by the of?
ficers engaged in tho case for sometime,
"nd were only awaiting the connecting |
. iksto make the ohain of evidence com?
plete, and it is now believed that Irving
has placed them on the right track.
Five geese died suddenly io Califor?
nia, and a past mortem examination re?
vealed five dollars' worth of gold in
each, supposed to bavo been pioked up
in some mining sluice. "The goose thatI
laid the golden egg" is now no longer a!
Tupper remarks that "A babe in the
houae is a well-spring of pleasure;" and
so perhaps, it is; but there is a time
(Spilkinr is our authority) when it is as
lnsuflerublo us an Irish funeral next
door. "That," says Spilkins, "is when
it is uwuke!"
There is not much doubt but a secret
expedition for Cuba was slipped out of
New York or vioiuity within tho last
three days, but nothing definite in
A burglar was captured in Bev. Mr.
Tulmuge's residence in New York, by
the minister und assistance which he
sent for by the improved telegraph.
An extra term of the Circuit Court for
Anderson County will begin on Monday,
3d November next.
Copartnership Notice.
IHAVE this day associated with me in the
Hat and Cap b-UBinoss, at No. 313 King
T. BAYNAKD. The tlrm name will be WAL?
Chablestok, S. C, October 1, 1873.
Fall and Winter Hats.
OSS^ ELEOANT superfine d. ose black
JSSm Soft r'ELTS, 50c, $1, .., 13, fi.
?^^^ UMBRELLAS, 75o., ?1,12. $3, ?4.
Ladies' FURS, }3 a act. MieBea', $2 a aflt.
8TEELE & CO.'S "Hat Hall,"
No. 313 Ring street,
Oct 11 2_Charleston, 8.0.
Cow Feed.
Coal'. Coal! Coal I
HA VINO been appointed agents by
Masers. O. O. Parsley A Co. for the sale
<>r COAL, wo are nnw prepared to furnish the
kiudb and quality kept constantly on hand.
All orders left at our store will meet with
prompt attention. BO WEN & LaFAR,
Pet 108_Agents.
Canned Goods.
PEAOHE8, I'inc-Apple, Pears,
Blackberries, Whortleberries, Asparagus
Tomatoes, Corn, Peas,
Lima Beans, String Bcana. Oysters,
Lobsters, Deviled H am, Deviled Tongue,
('ondenaed Milk, Mackorol, Ocean Trout,
Cardin? s, Ac, Ac.
Jti*l received and for aalo bv
Jh t 'J _JOHN AO NEW & gQN.
For Bale.
OSE licht four-seated BRET
will be sold cheap. Apply to
Oct 9 3 At Hope & Oyles' store.
New Livery Stables.
THE undersigned,
,having opened a LI?
STABLE, at the Central Hotol, would ro
apectfully solicit a sbaro of patronage, as- |
earing the public that good vehicles and
careful drivers cau always be found at tboir
establishment. Good Saddle Horses always
on hand. Terms moderate. ?
Oct s W. D. STARLING A 00.
Tho Newest Goods.
>Aa - Til R subscriber begs loave to inform
m\ the citizens and public generally, that
la he bau just retnrnod from the North,
with as tine an assortment of FALL and
WINTER GOODS an over has been offered in
this city, viz: Fine WOOLENS, Coatiuge,
Vesting*, Doeskins, Cloths, Cassimeres. Ao.
Hi* friends and customers are respeotfully
invited to examine bis stock, as bu guaran?
tees to please the most fastidious. All suits I
ordered will bo guaranteed to lit and be of |
the beat wurkmansbip.
Sept 25_C. D. EBERHARDT.
Fratt's Astral Oil
Perfectly odorloae. Always uuiform. Illu?
minating qualities superior to Gas. Bnrna
iu any lamp, without danger of exploding or
taking flro. Manufactured expressly to dia
placo the u*e of volatile and dangerona oils.
Its safety under every posaiblo teat, and its
j perfect burning qualities are proved by its
continued uso in over 300,0*0 families. Mil?
lions of gallon i have been eold, and no acci?
dent -dirtctly or indirectly?baa over oc?
curred from burning, storing or handling it.
The inimenao y? arly loss to lifo and property,
resulting from the nao of cheap and danger?
ous nils in the United States, ia appalliug.
j Tho Insurance Companies and Fire Commis?
sioners throughout tho country recommend
the ASTRAL aa the beat safe-guard when
lamps are used. Seud for Circular. WM.
l>. STANLEY, Columbia, baa a complete
[ stock at all times. Got 0 Smnaf
Views for lha Million.
Ill WE ju.it received a tine assortment of 1
Amorioan, colored and plain. Also, ILLU?
Sept SO
5nrtA St?Sw?? co.'? papeb
200 Ladies' LEATHER BELTS.
850 Ladlos' SILK TIES, f
1,000 yarde of BUFFLINGS. *
??0 3SA77LS,:? -11 sijl?a.
10.000 BUTTONS, largo and small.
200 APBONS. ?11 prices.
100 Bilk and Wool SCARFS.
Stock too large for the times. All goods
will be sold EX IBA CHEAP for the CASH.
at V, F. JAOKSOS'8.
Sept 28
Receiving Daily
AT TUB . ,
Dry Goods Establishment
m. i. um & n.
A Cboioe Selection of
CUSTOMERS are invited to Inspect onr as?
sortment now in store.. Will exhibit to?
morrow. (Monday.) Septs rub er 15, 1873, a
choice line of Ladles'BluK. NECK-TIES, In
all the now shades. Also, a fall line of KID
GLOVES, in three bdttoks.'.
1,500 Embroidered Sota, from 50 oonta to tl
Onr Bargain Counters have thereon at all
times lots of Goods at reduced pries?.
Our customers may expect to get
All through the season, at the GRA7?I>
Under the Wheeler House.
Sept 14_._
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes.
Hats and Caps, J
Millinery, Dress Goods
Shades. Cornices,
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
Wall Paper,
COMPLETE, and a rail assortment of
various lines of merchandize, all fresh
in store, and art price u wit hin the reach of All.
W? receive in payment for Goods Ac.
CUSBU, Solrs svad All DsiaS to onr House, .
certified Checks on any of our Banks Or
Bankers here; also, Checks of Depositore
against old or new Deposit?, for any amount
of Goods._R. C. SHIYBR g CO.
Fertilizer Notice.
ALL NOTES for Fertillaere, Phosphate?
and Guanos sold by us mater* on 1st
November next, and if not paid then, will bo
placed in the hands of an attorney for collec?
tion. Pay promptly and save expense.
Sept 15 lmo Agents, Columbia, 8. C.
Notice to Fanners.
[N courtt<|'ience of tb^sttiogenoy In money,
all indebted to us for SUPPLIES 'fur
uiidied.the.present andjoreyione years, are
informed that Cotton wfll ber/ecflived in pay?
ment &t the highest mirkbtyates^ofshlppto
to responsible parties for theh* account.
A Full Assortment of Crackers
At Wholes*!* Prices*
HA YIN'} been appointed agent for the '
salo of the celebrated Biscuit and
Crsoker Manufactory of Tyler Brothers, I am
prepared to supply the trade at factory prices.
A full assortment of those choice goods
now on band. , HARDY SOLOMON.
gept 23_
Threshing Machines,
ITHAN MILLS, Cotton Gins,.Cotton Presses,
. Engines, Belting, Smut Machines, Porta?
ble Mills, Agricultural Implements and Ma?
chinery of all kinds, for 'sale' at manufac?
turers' prices by
Judo 25 _? ; Coigtabta,* B. C.
The Fall Trade
HAS opened auspioiously-yesterday hav?
ing been the best day's business we have
done since last December. I have just re-,
turned from the Northern markets, and h .ve
not only made arrangements to keep my
etock np topaot eipSrtonoo, bat have added
many additional attractions for the benefit of
the public and?myself. The stock is now
unusually full, and shall be constantly ' re?
plenished. The same oaro in future shall be
observed) as has been in the past, to keep
strictly FIRST OLASS GOODS, which, with
fair dealing and popular prices, I hope to at
traot a still larger share ol public- patronage
than that so liberally bestowed heretofore.
Roapeotfally, I request ? an examination of
the stock. OKO. SYMMEBS.
Sept 21 _?_
Jurt Received.
-w so bead fine Kentucky
nteHfe MULLS and HORSES,
^^TtVsnnia of which are wed
^^^^hroke to harness. Por
ehassrs ?ro Invited to txamioo. Tbey may
bo seon at Ohas. Logan's Stables, corner
Seu&to and Assembly streets.
Hept 23_W. B. A L. TA.LBOTT.
Mills House Stables.
! MW- JUST received at the above Bta
'?I bios, twenty head fine KENTUCKY
^JCaZfcMUI.ES, niOit of which are well
brutto. Will be sold cheap for otsh.
Hept 18_ J. N. LONG. Agent.
Mocha and Java Coffees. .
1 f\ BAGS Old Government JAVA,
1\J 10 pockets Pure Mooba.
! Fsrs.lelowbv HOPE A GYLES.

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