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Ile ported Ontbrcuk of Black*.
MEMPHIS, October 8. -A serious db?tirb
ance occurred at Cat Island, twenty-five
nilled below here, on Saturday.
About fifty negroes armed themselves
and started ont, as some say, with the de?
termination "f slaughtering all the whites.
They first encountered two men, named
Henry and Ike Turner, ami commenced
tiring" upon them, when they returned the
tire with revolvers, killing Bill Dixon, the
leader, and another negro, and wounding
three others. Henry Turner was slightly
wounded m the head.
The negroes then tied, and the whites in
the neighborhood armed and went in pur?
suit, but after the death of their leader,
the negroes scattered through thc country.
Barties arc now here in search of some of
WASHINGTON, October 12.-The Philadel?
phia Ledger, of this morning, admits that
its correspondent was deceived in tele?
graphing a despatch to the effect that tho
President had addressed a letter to the
Attorney-General, asking, substantially, as
to the constitutionality of not sending his
message to Congress, ami if he has not the
power to re-organize tho Southern repre?
sentatives and Administration representa?
tives of the North as the legitimate Con?
gress, etc. Thc excitement which was
occasioned by this sensational report is
allayed under thc emphatic and semi?
official denials which are published.
The United States Circuit Court met
yesterday at Trenton, N. J., but adjourned
for the present term, in accordance with
the opinion of Chief Justice Chase, that
Circuit Courts cannot be held until a new
assignment of circuits is made at Wash?
Thc heavy rain storm which conmuneed
on the afternoon of tho 10th still conti?
nues. The quantity ot ram which has
fallen is extraordinary, and the damage in
many instances has been very serious in
NEW YORK, October 12.-The steamers
Saratoga, for Norfolk, and Arizona, for
Aspinwall, which sailed yesterday, have
anchored at Sandy Hook, on account of
the prevailing heavy sea and storm.
Gonzales and Petlicer were executed this
morning in Brooklyn, within a few blocks
of the scone of the murder of Senor Otero.
They made a full confession of their parti?
cipation in the deed.
BALTIMORE, October ll. -A public meet?
ing was held to-night at the. Freut Street
Theatre, under tho auspices of the Ameri?
can Freedmen's Union Commission and
Baltimore Association for thc Improvement
of the Colored People. Chief Justice
Cfiase presided. Judge Russell, of Boston,
Henry Ward Beecher, Gen. O. O. Howard
and others addressed the meeting.
INDIANAPOLIS, October 12.-Official re?
turns are coining in slowly, but show no?
thing to indicate a change in the general
result given in last report. The Legisla?
ture, from returns received to this time,
stands: In the Senate-Republicans 32:
Democrats 18. In thc House-Republicans
61; Democrats 36. The Republicans will
have forty majority on joint ballot. In
Congress, there arc eight Union men and
three Democrats. The election of Orth
and Washburnc, in thc 7th and 8th Dis?
tricts, is conceded by both parties.
SALEM, Mass., October ll.-In the Re?
publican Congressional Convention in th?
6th District, held lure to-day, B. F. Butlei
was nominated for Congress on the iirst
PHILADELPHIA, October 12.-The Legis?
lature elected, Tuesday, stands thus: lt:
the Senate -Republicans, 34; Democrats
12. House-Republicans, 63; Democrats
The Republican majority on joint bal?
lot is 35.
NEW YORK, October ll-Noon.-Gold 51$
Sterling 74 for sixty days. Cotton quie
and firm, at 39?41. Flour heavv, at $11.8i
?16.14. Wheat l@2c. lower. Pork quie
and steady. Lard quiet.
7 P. M.-Gold 153. Flour dull -Souther]
ill.80?16.25; sales of 43? barrels. Whea
3@5c. lower. Pork firmer-sales of 6,10
barrels mess, at $33.25. Cotton quiet
sales of 1,500 bales, at 3!>?K).
MOBILE, October 12.-Sales of cotton to
day 700 bales-middlings 37??.33; marke
very firm. Sales of the week 3,700 bales
Receipts of the week 2,850 bales, agains
2,600. Exports 2,847. Stock 23,270.
NEW ORLEANS, October 12.-Cotton ha
advanced-low middling 37@38. Gcdd 4'.
Sterling 63. Superfine Hour $13. Pork
THE PROSPECTS OF THE MEXICAN EM
PIRIC. -Col. Sweet, of the San Antonio Jit
raid, is now in tho city of Mexico. Agirai
tical, common sense man, looking int
things here, he writes thus of the prospect
of tho Empire:
Although we are not sufficiently wei
posted to give- any particular or d?finit
opinion as to the success and durability (
the Empire, still we can sa}' this inuci
tl?at since our arrival up herc, wc do nc
meet with daily reporta of the Emperor
abdication, as wc; (lid at Vera Cruz, and o
our way up. Wc are furthermore of th
opinion, from what we have seen an
heard since wo reached this point, that '.
is no part of thc Emperor's programe:
to abdicate of his own accord, or to I
driven from his throne by the Liberals i
this country. Hu is playing for a lar;,
stake, and lie intends to see tho game ou
If tho Empire is not a success, wo don
think it will be tho fault of his Majesl
Maximilian. Judging from this statu
point, and taking tin- statements of thos
who have been watching the course -
events for the last twelve months, tl
prospects of the Empire as a Governniei
aro brighter and stronger to-day than h
any one period in that length of time.
He thus speaks of tho ex-Confederat
in that country:
Some of them aro doing very well, Whi
others are only making a bare eubsis
once. Others are discouraged, and a
making arrangements to return to tl
United States. Most of these gcntlen*
came to thia country without money, ai
without a knowledge- of the language, ai
it is no wonder that a number ot them a
?idly disappointed in their hopes. Tho
^ttho have applied themselves to learn tl
language, and who have also hunted i
some occupation, will certainly do well
time, if tho Empire succeeds. '
DRINKING.-There exists in son
parts of Geruiaf?y a law to prevei
drinking during divine service,
runs thus: "Any person drinking:
an ale house during divine service <
Suuday, or other holiday, may legal
depart Avithout paying."
The proposition made to send fro
California a section of the "Origil
Big Tree" to the World's Fair
Paris is said by Dr. MacGowan to
impracticable, for want of a saw for
Never hire servants who go
pairs, as sisters, cousins, or anythi:
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE.-The fol?
lowing is from a Washington corres?
pondent of the New York Tribune.
As a specimen of tall lying it is hard
to beat :
Some important disclosures will
soon be officially made public in
reference to secret rebel societies,
which permeate the entire South.
These organizations have branch
circles in New York city and the
West. That in New York is said to
number 50,000, principally composed
of men who served in the rebel army.
Each circle has a different name.
Some are known as the "True Sons
of the South," others as "The
Knights of Arabia," and all are well
armed with the most improved wea?
pons, ready at a moment's notice,
should a favorable opportunity arise,
to renew the struggle for the lost
cause. One of the chief members of
this organization, now in prison, is
said to have made important dis?
closures. Gen. Sheridan is concen?
trating troops in this city (New Or?
leans) for important purposes, which
will soon be made apparent.
Nine cases Nof whipping negroes
have been recently officially reported
in the Parish of Bienville. Oue old
woman, seventy years of age, re?
ceived 400 lashes.
Shakspeare describes a good many
kiud of lies and liars-but this is
original. Bv all means send him the
A NEW GROUND FOR IMPEACHING
THE PRESIDENT.-Wo had thought
that the radical majority would make
the New Orleans riot the chief pre?
text for bringing forward articles of
impeachment against the President,
and that, perhaps, his use of the veto
power during the last session would
be incorporated in the charges mere?
ly as a catch weight. It, seems, how?
ever, that they hate discovered a
new and very important ground for
his removal, and oue which will cer?
tainly take the country by surprise. |
A radical paper, the Newark Courier.
brings it forward in a late issue, and
it is the allegation that he is crazy.
It says: "All his actions since the 22d
of February last go to prove that he
has lost his mind." Commenting
upon this strange and absurd charge,
the Mobile Register says: "It must be
admitted that there is a wonderful
method in bis madness, and that it
has pursued a highly consistent
course of steady opposition to the
revolutionary designs of the radicals.
An exchange well remarks that it is
not an unusual thing for lunatics to
suppose others insane, and the insane
radical leaders show symptoms of
that disease of the asylums. It
would be a rare joke to see Tl??id.
Stevens k. Co. impeaching Mr. John?
son for craziness, and to see Chand?
ler, Wade A' Cu. trying him on the
INCREASE OK COC:NTEKFEITINO?.-The
Baltimore Sun, of Wednesday, says:
"From all accounts, it would seem
that counterfeiting was never carried
on more extensively, or with greater
success, than at present. The Bank
Rerieir says that many of the most
skillful workmen are engaged in the
business on their own account, and
many more under pay of the most
notorious and successful dealers in
connterfeit currency. The uniforrnity
of the national bank notes aids the
counterfeiter very much in his work,
and justifies a very large outlay for
the getting up of the best machinery.
The facility with which a plate can
be altered from one bank to another
is such as to require constant watch?
fulness to guard against being victim?
ized. There is in the employ of the
Government a large corps of thejmost
expert detectives, whose sole business
is to ferret out these violators of the
laws; and although they are very
successful in their efforts to arrest
and punish, the business seems to be
on tho increase, for there is not a
week passes but the announcement is
made of another new connterfeit,
either of the Government or national
RADICALISM IN TEXAS.-The En?
quirer, published in Brenham, Texas,
the scene of the late riots and incen?
diarism, speaks as follows:
"What better evidence of forbear?
ance and patience can be required of
of a people to show their loyalty than
that evinced by the citizens of Bren?
ham during the past week? The
minions of the radical faction, in
imitation of the same ilk of New
Orleans, using their greatest exer?
tions to exasperate and force our
citizens to a collision, and thereby
furnish political capital for their em
ployers, ha\ing failed thus far. A
recital of the many disgraceful acts
of the military stationed at this place,
under command of Capt. Smith, tve
deem unnecessary at preseut. There
is a point when lorbearanee ceases to
be a virtue. Our citizens were not
intimidated, but actuated by a spirit
of loyalty and an earnest desire to
sustain thc President in his recon?
struction policy, refrained from be?
stowing the chastisement s? easily
inflicted and so eminently due the
midnight house-breaker, robber and
MANLY FIRMNESS.-A Virginia
writer states that Gen. Grant has
written a letter to Gen. R. E. Lee, in
which he says, among other things,
that all the Confederate officers and
soldiers paroled cannot be tried for
treason or molested, so long as they
observe their obligations. Good for
Gen. Grant, and just the sentiment
to be expected from a brave man.
A Canadian newspaper contains the
following plaintive advertisement:
"Will the gentleman who stole my
melons on lost Sabbath night be gene?
rous enough to return me a few of
the seeds, as the melons aro a rare va?
COMMERCIAL. AM) "FINANCIAL.
CHARLESTON-, October 12. -At the close
of our last weekly report, the cotton mar?
ket here, under t he stimulus for some days
of advancing prices in Liverpool and New
York, bad reached the quotation of 40c.
per lb. for strict middling, but just before
the close of that week's business the New
York market had commenced to go down,
and prices had began to weaken. Tho
sales for the week amount to 1,150. Hay
$1.55 per cwt. Corn $1.10. Oats 70c. Flour
$lKr:$l3.50. Bacon 10@22c; hams24@28e.
?ugar 12c. "Molasses 50rT/j62.\c. Salt $2.50
per sack. ?.
New Stock !
g. E. JACKSON
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
NIGHT BLOOMING GEBEDS !
A FRESH SUPPLY A T
E. E. JACKSON'S.
Cl ASTOR OIL,
MUSTARD, &c., &c. At
_Oct 13 JACKSON'S.
Tooth Brushes, &c.
AN elegant assortment of TOOTH
BRUSHES, English, French and Ame?
HAIR BRUSHES, NAIL BRUSHES.
FINE COMBS, COARSE COMBS.
Polished HORN COMBS.
PUFF BOXES, _c. At
Oct 13 E. E. JACKSON'S Drug Store.
HOSTETTEIt'S BITTERS. At
Oct 13 E. E. JACKSON'S Dru g Store.
Gun and Blasting Powder.
JUST received and for sale low, a com?
plete assortment of Gun, Ride and
Blasting POWDER, in winde, half and
quarter kegs, and in canisters, at wholesale
and retail, at very low prices. Also, Safety
Fuse, for Blasting.
Inquire for DUPONT'S POWDER- -
it is the best. J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
?f?T Carolinian copy. Oct 13
OF every varietv-verv cheap.
GOLD PENS, by tho "very best
WRITING DESKS, of various
PORTFOLIOS, Sentimental Albums.
Pulpit, Family and Pocket Bibles-Ox?
ford editions-in every style of binding.
Also, Prayer Books, English editions; Me?
thodist, Presbyterian, Baptist and Luthe?
ran Hymn Books, various stvles. For salo
at the"LOWEST PRICES, at'the P1IONTX
BOOKSTORE. TOWNSEND & NORTH.
_ ?Jrt 1:5
Frame Store-room al 1'ricate Sale.
By LEVIN & PEIXOTTO.
rilHE above is offered for sale, the pre
jL sent occupant retiring from business.
Ith location is one of the best, bring in the
vicinity of the new Market, and a first-rate
stand for business. Oct 13
Bagging and Rope.
mEN bales GUNNY and DUNDEE BAG
20 coils ROPE, assorted qualities. For
salo by PARKER & FRIPP,
Corner Camden and Main streets.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, October 12, 18(5i?.
, "N ELECTION" will bo held on TUES
DAY EVENING, the 16th inst.,bv the
Citv Council for two PUBLIC WEIGHERS
of COTTO* and other Produce. Appli?
cants for the oflico will file their applica?
tions at thisoffieo. Bv order of the Mayor.
j. s. MCMAHON,"
Oct 13_City Clerk.
Merinoes, Plaid Alpacas.
Plaid Merino, Flannels, Blanket?.
Plaid Linsevs. At lowest prices.
Oct 13 ALFRED TOLLESON.
FULL stock of OILS for Machinery.
Tanners' Oil. F'or sale cheat) by
Oct 13 ALFRED TO LEESON.
GIVES tho BEST LIGHT of any fluid or
oils now in use. Warranted non-ex?
plosive. At retail or wholesale by
Oct 13_ALFRED TOLLESON.
Crockery and Glassware.
fA LARGE STOCK of GLASSWARE
and CROCKERY, at COST, for THREE
DAYS. Call at once and be convinced,
and get bargains.
Oct 13_ALFRED TOLLESON.
Q AA SACKS SALT, at low figures, by
0\J\J ALFRED TOLLESON.
fr BBLS. EXTRA CRUSHED, at 20 cents.
_> For salo bv ALFRED TOLLESON.
THE undersigned has recently fitted up
tho old stand on Plain street as a
DliUG STORE. An experience of twenty
vcars in this business enables me to attend
to PHARMACY in all its branches.
FRESH GOODS will be received weekly.
ARTICLES PUKE and PRICES LOW.
E. E. JACKSON.
For the Toilet.
GENUINE BROWN WINDSOR SOAP.
CASTILE SOAP. At
E. E. JACKSON'S.
Copperas, Madder, Logwood.
AT E. E. JACKSON'S,
_Oct 13_Dru g Store.
AT GREENVILLE, S. C.,
AT ?PEW ATE CALE.
THE Commissioners of the State Works
at Greenville, S. C., offer at private
sale, the BEAL ESTATE of said Works.
The Tract of Land contains twenty acres,
and is situated one mile and a third from
the Court House at Greenville, S. C., hav?
ing the Anderson Road eui one side and the
Greenville aiul Columbia Railroad on the
other. A Branch Track from thc Railroad
runs into tho premises. About twelve
acres of tho Land is enclosed with a high
and close batten fence, and within the en?
closure are the following BUILDINGS, viz:
Office, IS by 10 feet; 3 finished rooms; 2
Machine Shop, 50 by 200 feet, with brick
basement, and Boiler House attacheel, and
00 feet Chimney and Flue.
Machine Shop, 50 by 100 feet, with Boiler
House and Drying House attached, anet GO
: feet Chimuey ami Flue.
I Blacksmith Shop, 50 by loo feet, with 17
Iron Foundry, brick, with two Cupolas,
! Air Furnace, Oven and Chimney.
Brass Foundry, 20 by 30 feet, with Cupo
I la, Double Furnace and Chimney.
Carpenter Shop, 50 by 100-feet, on brick
j pillars, with Engine House attached.
Small Blacksmith Shop, 20 by 22 feet,
with Double Forge.
Pattern House, one ami a halt story, 20
by 40 feet.
Storo-roemi. 23 bj 50 feet, on brick pil?
Store-room, 23 bv 00 feet, on brick pil
Smoke-house, IS bv 40 feet.
Corn Crib, 12 bv 24 feet.
Shed, 25 by 70 feet.
Iron House, Coke Shed, Stable, Fodder
Well House, 1? by 20 feet.
?Small Engine House.
TERMS.--A credit of one and two years,
in equal instalments, with interest from
date, on approved persemal security, mort?
gage of the premises, and assigneel insur?
ance of the buildings.
There aro several small Buildings on
the promises, outside of the enclosure,
which will be sold for cash, to be removed
from the premises.
For further information, applv to
C. J. ELFORD.
Sec'y to Commissioners state Weirks,
Oct" 13 Greenville, S. C.
TEE SHIVER H
~v-v THE UNDERSIGNED
."* ? S having leased the above
named POPULAR HOTEL,
_IbegS leave to inform her
former patrons and the traveling public
grnerallv that she will be prepared tor the
RECEPTION OF VISITORS on and after
September 3, 18GG.
The table will be supplied with the best
the; markets alford, and no effort spared
tomakeit A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
MRS. D." C. SPECK,
Columbia, S. C., Soptcunber 1, 18GG.
Oct 4 3mo
JUST received per Express.
_Oct 5. JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
PARLOR MATCH?! I
SOLD to tho TRADE CHEAPER than
any othe r Match of the kind in market.
Sept 5 2mo CALNAN t? KREHDER.
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
4 SUPPLY'just received by express, at
A. DH. C. H. MIOT'S
J ul v 0 Drug Store.
LE BON TON, with large plates.
Madam Deinarest's Magazine of Fa?
shion, with patterns, coloree! plates, &,c.
A variety of NEW PUBLICATIONS.
New Books for Children, well selected.
Just received at
Opposite Columbia Law Range.
Oct 12 lt L. BRYAN.
JUST to hand and for sale LOW:
25 packages NEW MACKEREL, in bar?
rels, half barrels, Ac.
5 firkins primo LEAF LARD. .
5 " GOSHEN BUTTER.
3 tubs Orange County Butter-choice.
25 boxes Colgate's Family Soap.
BOXCB Star ?h. Silver Gloss Starch.
Candles, Sardines, Ac.
50 doz. TKNNENT'S ALE and LONDON
Flour, Bacon, Sugar-cured Hams.
Baling Twine and Shoe Thread, ?Sc.
Constant arrivals, fair prices and TERMS
CASH, at GEO. SYMMERS'.
Oct 12 3
RECEIVED per Express, a full supply
of delicious Baltimore LAGER BEER, 1
bv JOHN STORK-, Assembly street,
"Oct 12 ."5 Near Post Office.
CONGARKE IRl WORKS !.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
THE al H ive Works '?an furnish all kinds
of IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, MA?
CHINERY,'GRIST and SAW MILL IRONS,
GIN WHEELS, of different sizes, A- , at
short notice and on reasonable terms.
A new, large Foundry having just been
finished, the proprietor is prepared to east
HOUSE FRONTS and any other CASTING,
of every description and dimension, and
will guarantee satisfaction.
A Portable and a Stationary 25 and :>ii
horse power Engine for sale for cash, at a
lt. MCDOUGALL. Attorney.
Oct lt Superintendent.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE copartnership heretofore existing
as II AN Ali AN A WARLEY, is this day
dissolved bv mutual consent.
(Signed,,) H. D. HANAU AN,
(Signed,) -FELIX WARLEY.
I will continue, as heretofore, the Com?
mission and Grocery Business.
H. I). MANAHAN.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 1,1S6C. Oct ll
A UGUSTA, GA.
Newly Furnished and lleiitted !
Unsurpassed by any Hotel South ! !
WILL BE RE-OPENED TO THE
PUBLIC, OCTOBERS, 1866.
T. S. NICKERSON, Proprietor,
Late of Mills House, Charleston, and Pro?
prietor of Nickersou's Hotel, Columbia.
S. C. Oct 9 12
OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ARE respectfully informed that Mr.
DAVID JONES has an interest in our
business from the 1st of October instant.
Mr. Jones has been long known in the dry
goods trade of Columbia.
Oct 10 5 SHIVER " BECKHAM.
NOTICE is given that application will be
made to the Directors of the Char?
lotte and South Carolina Railroad Company
for the renewal of SCRIP for one share
(No. 729) of stock in said Company- the
original having been lost or mislaid.
Oct 9 J3 C. P. PELHAM.
MA . DESIRABLE COTTAGE RESI?
DENCE, with four rooms and garret,
situated in a healthy portion of the city
and near to the business part. Terms will
be made accommodating. Applv to
Oct 6 st HANA HAN A WARLEY.
100,000 LOS. OLD METAL
-? Q CENTS per pound paid for BRASS,
JLO IC 'COPPER.
ii " 44 '. '. ? LEAD.
For largo quantities, a higher cash juice
will be paid bv
s. ?. STU A rroy.
Assembly street, one door from Gervais.
Oct 4 Imo
I GOLDEN SUGAR-IIOliSE S?KLP !
STEAM REFINED SUGAR LOAF SY?
RUP-an extra article.
Oct 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS A co.
A FRESH LOT
OF the much in.pured for BREAKFAST
And Sugar-cured SHOULDERS.
Oct "> JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
pf BBLS. extra CRUSHED SUGAR.
_> 20 bbls. Brown Sugar.
1.000 bushels Corn.
10 bbls. Molasses, at low prices, bv
j Oct '?>_ALFRED TOLL?SON.
PICKLED SHAD-very fine Breakfast
Superior Green and Black Teas.
Extra Flour, Cheese, Lard. Butter.
Just received and for sale, bv
j Oct 9_ALFRED TOLLESON.
j CITY TAX NOTICE.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
CoLfMBiA, October 1, 18i!?.
PTV\XES on sales of Merchandize, Com
JL mis lion and Auction Sales, Ac., for the
(?uarter ending October 1, are due. and
prompt payment ol the same is requested
at this office. J. S. McMAHoN,
Oct 2 12 City Clerk.
THE undersigned respectfully in
^??form their former friends, and the
i? public in general, that they have
I ____f .mied a copartnership, bv the name
of EISEN MANN & EBERHARD'!", for the
! purpose of making up CLOTHING, in the
I latest style and at tho shortest notice.
' They have just arrived from tho North
with a large and well selected stock of
? CASSIMERES, BROADCLOTHS, VEST
? INC.S, kc.
Wo have removed from our former stand
to Main street, in Mr. M Ehrlich's new
: store, North of Mr. J. C. Seegers'.
J. F. EIS KN M ANN,
Sept 27 Hmo_C. D. EBBEHARDT._
APPLICATION will be made to the Le?
gislature, at their next regular ses?
sion, for an amendment to the charter of
1 thc Columbia Bridge Company.
F. W. GREEN,
Augl8s3mo__See, and Treas.
IS hereby given that thc Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Company will make
application to the Legislature, at its next
session, to renew and extend an Act, enti?
tled "An Act to amend the charter of the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Compa?
ny," ratified on the 20th day of December,
(?. D. 1S53,) one tbousand eight hundred
and fiftv-three. Aug 10 s3mo
Unlimited Sale ot S/toes, Boots, Shoe Thread
Felt ?lats, ?'.??.
By LEVIN & PEIXOTTO.
ON TUESDAY MOHN1NG, at our Mon-,
we will s. ll. without ICM ? vi-,
200 pairs Men's Brogans.
150 " Bev's
100 " MOII'S Heavy Boots.
50 " Congress Gaiters.
100 '. Ladies' (.'loth Gaiters.
50 " Low-quartered shoes.
KM) " Women's Heavy Boots.
HM) " Morocco Buskins.
100 '' Morocco Boots.
200 " Mif-ses" Kid Boots.
Doz. Men s Pelt Hats.
40 lbs. Shoe Thread, (balls.; .tc.
Bargains certain, as the above consign?
ment will positively be sold. Oct i:j
flt>_ Carolinian will please copy.
Set/am, Smoking Tobacco, Pipes, ?fee.
By LEVIN & PELX0TT0.
ON TUESDAY MORNING next, imme?
diately alter tin- sale of shoes, we will
SEOARS of the following brands
Boxes Kiora Demolida.
" eignet tas.
Gross Chewing Tobacco,
Meerschaum Pipes, Brier Pipes, Ac.
_HJ). Caroo.lian please copy. Oct 13
New Goods !
FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS :
HATS , c*30.
THE subscribers have just received, and
will open THIS MORNING, a few in
' voices, comprising a neat assortment ot
CLOTHING, ENGLISH and FRENCH
' CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Ac-being the
' first importation tat/as rit j fur the season.
Our READY-MADE GOODS are princi
1 pally from our ow n manufactory, and are
! made up in the latest styles.
Our stock of materials for manufacturing
embraces every style, and will bo made up
j to order at the ?hortest notice. Our cus
! tomers in the country are invited to call or
send their orders, when they will bo
; promptly attended to.
We will also open shortly, a tine assort
; mont of HATS, of the various styles in the
We invite the attention of our visiting
; friends in the city to these late arrivals,
i feeling assured that we will be able to give
! satisfaction to all who desire to supply
R. & W. (I. SWAFFIELI),
Sept 19 BEDELL'S ROW.
GENERAL STOCK OF
THE subscriber offers for sale, at
^??%and BELOW COST, his entire stock
J^ji of HARDWARE, without reserve,
^" ^consisting in part of the following
Ames' Long and Short Handle Shovels.
" " . Spades.
25 doz. genuine Collins' Axes.
100 kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Door Locks-a general assortment.
Screws, Chisels and Augers.
Mill and Hand Files.
Hatchets, Hammers and Broad Axes.
Butt and Strap Hinges.
Trace Chains and Axle Grease.
Hollow-ware of all Stvles, .Vc.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Sept (! timo On Plain street.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
j -| f\jr\ COILS h alf-i nch MANILLA ROPE,
j JA/V7 10,000 yards of CUNNY and other
. BAGGING, 44 inches wide and weighing 2j
I lbs. per yard- bought previous to the late
advance, and will be sold at LOWEST
I MARKET RATES bv
Sept 22 % ' WM. McGUINNIS.
ENGLISH AND FRENCH
j Hoarding ami Day School for Young Ladies !
3 LEG ARK ST., CHARLESTON, S. C.
MRS. EDWARD B. WHITE
will resume the duties of her
^SCHOOL, assisted bv MRS.
f^fe ADELINE BRISBANEand able
masters in every department.
Sessions from October 1 to
July 1. For terms and course of studies,
apply as above. Sept 22 s4
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
J. SCLZBACHER A CO. havo on
hand a stuck of the above goods,
.vhich wid be disposed of at reason
ao.e rates. Mr. I. SULZBACHER, a com?
petent watch-maker amt jeweller, is con
uected with tho establishment, ami will
repair promptly and in the best manner,
all WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY
entrusted to them.
OLD GOLD and SILVER bought.
HAIR JEWELRY made to order,
j Sept 27_tlj_
! Cabinet-maker, Upholsterer
HAVING resumed the
ibove business, 1 am pre
_ ?aredto execute all kinds
tvork ill thu above line at t tie shortest
i notice and most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
: hand. Funerals proiuptlv attended.
M. H. BERRY,
At Brennan A (Jarrod's Carriage Factory.
Aug 30 _
THE undersigned now announce to their
former patrons, and the public m gene?
ral, that they have resumed their old busi?
ness of DRESS-MAKING. Thankful for
past favors, they hope Ly strict attention
to receive the patronage of the foimer and
the public. They will be found at thc old
Btand, Marion street, between Plain and
Camden streets. C. MAY, _
Oct 7 G* PAT SE Y MOTT.