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LONDOK, October 13.rrrCon?sols 804. Five
LIVERPOOL. October 13.-Sales of 'cotton,
to-day, at bul. Breadstuff's firmer. Pro?
NEW YOKE, October 14.-Our foreign ad?
vices, to the Ith inst., by the mails, con?
tain thu following:
At"the London banquet in honor of tho
cable, a message was received from the
(?neon, conferring thc older of Knight?
hood upon Capt. Anderson, Prof. Thomp?
son; and Messrs. Glass and Canning. A
Baronetcy was conferred upon Messrs.
Sampson and Gothe. Tho Queen says that
her ri1.ison for not conferring distinguish?
ing marka of-her favor-upon Mr. Field, is
an apprehension that it might encroach
upon thc province of his own Government.
lilectioneeriug in various parts of Eng?
land is reported, looking towards thp.pos
silij? dissolution of Parliament next spring.
lt is stated that the recent wet Weather
in Inland has.destroyed a tenth part of
the whole wheat crop.
Woolwich Arsenal has been levelled to
the ground by an explooiim bf gun-cotton.
It is reported that Lord Lyons is to suc?
ceed Earl Cowley as British Minister at
The case of the seven Confederate ves?
sels, seized as thc property of the. United
States, has been again postponed.
'flic inundations in Prance were sub?
siding. (?. eat. damage has boen done t here?
by, and\ho Emperor heads a subscription
for th?WO?etcra with 100.0OO francs.
Garibaldi has returned to Capt era, and
his volunteers haw been disbanded. All
quiet at Palermo.
Thc King id' llanover has protested to
all the Cabinets ol' Europe against the an?
nexation of bis Kingdom to Prussia, and
appeals to all thc powers to aid him against
The insurrection in Candia still pro?
gresses, and the insurgents are marching
upon the city ?d' Candia. Th?' Porte ha
recognized Prince Charles as Hospodar of
The Fr?lich Minister lia? protested
against Tm kev ceding a uv ports in the
Gulf of Egina to the United States or Kes?
WASUINOTON, October 15.-Foreign ad?
vices to the ?th have been received. Tia;
London ^'trites compliments bord Stanley
on bin speech at the cable banquet, in
Liverpool, which was, it says, designed l?i
satisfy thc. United States that our relations
with that country are safe in its hands.
Tho Tiffie* suggests that his. Lordship
should tait''in hand the-differences rela?
tive to the Alabama claims, which, in?
tractable as they appear, it is persuaded,
(tan bo set at rest, ?f the necessary temper
and judgment be brought io boar. It fur?
ther suggests, that England should <>tl'cr
to submit her neutrality laws, together
with those (d' the "United States, t.. revi?
sion by a mixed commission; also, that the
time has conic, when concession respect?
ing the Alabama claims is no longer open
to misconstruction, ami would be accepted
by tho United States as a spontaneous act
of good will.
FoitruEss MONROE, October 15.-A storm
has prevailed with great violence along the
coast? according to accounts, and int elli- J
genco of numerous marine disasters is \
expired. . It hltiw heavy last night from j
the."Nkrttt-vrrs-r. and Mie-sea w is breaking
inside the capes in 8ey.cn fathoms water.
NEW Oact?ANS, October 15.-News from
the Kio Grande states that G?-n. Mejia has
captured Mont? rey, dispersed the Liberal
artu'yi and is marching on Matamoras.
MONTREAL, October 15.-A terrible fire
occurred in Quebec, last night. In St.
Koches and Rt. Sivearis suburbs, 1,500
houses wero destroyed and four men killed.
One soldier was blown up and one officer
LATER.-Tho whole district West ?d'
Crown street to the Lauver toll-gate, nearly
a mile in length, is burnt. Sevcntc en con?
vents and churches are destroyed; 2,000
houses aro in ashes, and 20,000 persons arc
NEW Some,-October 15-Noon.-Gold 51$.
Exchauge 107. Cotton very firm, at42@44.
Flour and provisions stead v.
7 P. M.-Gold 50?. Flour steadv, at I
$tl;firstname.lastname@example.org, for Southern: sal.-s ?d' 100
barrels. Wheat l@2c. better. Corn 2c.
better. Oats l@2c. better. Fork quiet
sales at $30.50. Cotton very firm, with sali s
?d' 500 bales; middling 426?41. Molasses
steady, with eales of 300hogsheads. Spirits
turpentine 70(r?.71. Rosin timi, at 25.
BALTIMORE, October 15.-Flour very finn;
Western S12.email@example.com. Wheat steady.
Corn and oats tiru!.
NEW ORLEANS, October 15. -Cotton
higher-sales of 1,400 bales, at .3S?39e.
MOBILE, October 15.- Cotton sales, to?
day, 300 bales; middlings 39@40; low mid?
dlings :?7. Market very hard:
READ! BEAD! ! BEAD: ! ! Soap with?
out Ley, Potash or Grease. Positively
no humbug-no Yankee suck. I propose
to send to every house-wife in Carolina a
receipt to make SOAK '.without ley, potash
or grease." Some of you have doubtless
had hard times with your "soap grease,"
and equally as hard over hot tires. This is
done away with by my receipt; and for a
mere tritio, rh a short time, all may hav<
good soap. The ingredients all can get at
any family grocery or drug store. You can
make in half an hour 136 lbs., at less than
half the cost of ordinary snap. Save time
and money. Money refunded if it fails to
be what is represented. Send ?2 and get
it. Address '-WILLIAMS, Box 129, P. 0.
Chapel Hill, N. C." Oct 16 2*
PALMETTO ?R? TORS,
CO I A:M lil A, S. C.
WM. GLAZE & CO.
HAYING rebuilt mir works and fur?
nished them willi new machinery, we
are prepared to manufacture ?di kind- of
SAW and GRAIN MILL MACHINERY to
order; Sugar Mills and Boilers, Gearing for
Cotton (?ins, of different .-?/es, and all
kinds of castings for plantation purposes,
furnished at short notice; Iron Railings for
dwellings and cemeteries cast and put up
as desired. Engines of any sizV built to
Ono 40-horse ENGINE, with Locomotive
Boiler; lias OH 3-i neb flues, with purni). Pub?
ing and smoke-stack. Saw Mill complete;
length of carriage 5?) feet, and will cut
8-000 feet ?d' lumber per ?lay. Om- 30-borse
Engin -, wah Boiler. One ?5-horse Eugine,
Thc above will be s<d?l low, and put up",
if desired. Call and see us.
WM. GLAZE. G. A. SHIELDS.
Oct 10 Imo
Tile Coitstltutlonnl Amendment.
Senator Sharkey, of Mississippi, las
taken the hull hy the horns. Anticipating
the h gislative session of his State, ho has
written a letter to Governor Humphreys
concerning the constitutional amendment,
urging its rejection if presented for ratifi?
cation, lie gives the folio King solid rea?
sons for spuruieg it:
In the first place, it is not lu lieved that
thc amendment was recommended liv two
thirds of Congress, as a body so composed
is not the Congr< ss of the United States,?
considerable number of Statis being ex?
clude ! from representation. Any body of
usurpers may as well claim to be the Con?
gress of the United States, and Now York
and Pennsylvania, for instance, may so
manage to exclude, first one small State
and another, until they control tho legis?
lative power of the nation, with equally as
mindi propriety as the majority now ex
chides States from representation. We
cannot be told that because wc adopted
the anti-slavery amendment wc recognized
the present Congress as constitutional, for
we had not tken elected or sent members
to the Congress which recommended it,
as we have done in the caso of the pending
No resolution can be communicated to
the States except through the President;
and as the proposed amendment was not
submitted, it, is a nullity.
Another objection to tho amendment is,
that wliile it prohibits the States from
abridging the privileges or immunities of
citizens, it does not specify what those
privileges arc, that being left to Congress,
which is empowered to enforce tho article
liv appropriate legislation. Congress may
confer privileges on one class to thc; exclu?
sion of another; or it. may assume abso?
lute control over the people and their do?
mestic concerns, and thus virtually abolish
The second section, in regard to negro
suffrage, would probably exclude at least
one Slate from representation, as tho num?
ber of male negroes over twenty-one is
equal to the number of white males.
Tho third, or disfranchising clause, is
sweeping in its effect, for there aro few who
have not in some way or another taken an
oath to support thc Constitution. Such a
provision would he so contrary to the
theory of our Government, and so oppres?
sive towards a very large class of the
population of the Southern States, that it
cannot be supposed that those who pro?
posed it could have entertained a hope that
it would be accepted. They ought to have
known, too, that such a provision was cal?
culated to endanger the existence of the
Government, as revolutions may always be
expected, sooner or later, from acts which
disfranchised thc enfranchised acts.
Tile fifth section is the Trojan Horse,
abounding in mischief. It provides that
"Congress shall have power to enforce, by
appropriate legislation, the provisions of
ibis article," which may he construed to
authorize Congress to do whatever it may
desire to do. Should the amendment be?
come a part of the Constitution, we shall
have a far different Government from that
inherited from our fathers.
Our Financial Corni it ion.
Wc collate below the very conflicting
views of the New York Herald and New
York Ti'ibune on our financial condition.
The Ht rabi, after descanting upon the ex?
citement in tin- stock market during thc
past week, complacently says:
Money is siill easy and abundant, at four
to five per cent., although the increased
activity of bu-iness in Wall street has
given greater employment to tin- supply of
capital al the disposal ot' the barnes and
private funders. In discounts, however,
there is very little doing, owing to the
I extremely light supply of commercial
paper offering. At the same time, we have
a larger volume of currency outstanding
than at any former time, the aggregate of
legal tender and national bank notes beim
$50.000,000 greater than at the beginning
of June last year, and the money markets
all over tie.- country were never, at thie
season, in such an easy condition. Tho
general prosperity/, too, is almost unex?
ampled, and t he earnings of the railways,
with a few exceptions, are largor in propor?
tion to their expenditures than they have
been at any antecedent period. Our cur?
rency is independent of all foreign ele?
ments ol' disturbance, and a feeling of
monetary security everywhere prevails.
An Act of Congress limits the contraction of
United States notes to $10,(100,000 during the
present ye ar, and to $-1,000,000 per month
afterwards, without compelling even that
trilling reduction, and there are still to he
issued about ?7,000,000 of national bank
notes to complete the authorized total of
U.U tlie Tribune takes a more sombro
view of the financial situation.
The commercial and financial horoscope
of our country presages a serious trouble.
These aro its leading features:
1. A plethora of what' is (with question?
able propriety) called money, and ^still
more inaccurately) capital.
2. Loans on call at short time go beg?
ging, and ari- to be obtained at low interest
"on call" on short time on almost any sort
:). Stocks of all kinds selling at enor?
mous prices, and generally rising in mar?
.1. The premium on gold advancing, and
nearly up to fifty per cent.
5. Gold flowing hither from Europe,
though our imports of goods enormously
exceed our exports of products-- the gold,
with the accruing commercial balance
against us, being invested m stocks and
bonds, mainly those- of tho Government.
In other wonts, wu are; drawing bills
against the* industry of our children and
grand-children, selling them at twenty-fi\
per cent, discount, ami spending thc* pro?
ceeds in wines, silks and other luxuries,
wilie- i "perish in the using."
(i. High prices for labor, for products,
for almost everything, rendering enirs the
best marke t in the world to sell in and the
worst to buy in, an increase! and diffusion
of sumptuous tastes ami luxurious habits,
al! seem to foreshadow a grand etjrash,
which no .-kill in financiering can long
postpone, if tht>re be mit a radical change
in our financial and commercial policy.
Tin- friends and acquaintances of Du.
ti. W. GIBBES, Si:., and of his family,
are requested to attend bis funeral, at
Trinity Church, to-day, at 4A e>'c]oe-k P. M.
Columbia Lodge U. D., A.*. F.". M,\
A REGULAR communication of
-this Lodge will be held THIS
.. jday) EVENING, October 10,
at 7 o'clock, :it the Hall ed' Palmetto
Lodge No. 5, LO. o. F. Rv order of W. M.
Oct ll! GRASHK?M. Seeletary.
Strayed or Stolen.
TWO MILCH COWS ono a
medium-sized bright rodi about
eight y.-ars old; the other
small white and black, with
No distinct mark remembered on
A liberal reward will be! paid for
..very. <). S. McMAHON,
2 City Clerk's Office.
Columbia Wholesale Prices Current.
JJ Y A. L. so LOMO X.
APPLES -Per bushel.$2 00
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 42
Dundee " . 35
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb. 30
N. Y. or \Y esfn, pr lb. 25
BACON-Hams, ocr lb. 28
Sides " . 25
Shoulders, " . 21
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Country, " . 35
BRICKS-Per 1,000. 7 00
COTTON YARN--Per bunch. 2 50
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb. 28
Middling, " . 32
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.
Adamantine, ". 30
Tallow, " . 25
COFFEE-Rio, per -lb. 35
Laguayra, ". 45
Java, " . 50
CHEESE--English Dairy, per lb... 25
Skimmed, " ... 20
CORN-Per bushel. 1 r>0
FLOUR-Super., per bbl. 12 00
Extra Family. IS Ort
HAY-Northern, per cwt. 2 00
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES-Dry, per lb. 15
Green, " . 8
LARD-Per lb. 25
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 75
New Orleans, " . 1 25
Sugar House, ,c_ 1 25
NAILS-Per keg. 8 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 1 00
Terebonc, " ... .<.
Sperm, " .
PEAS-Per bushel. 2 00
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 2 00
Sweet, " .
RICE-Carolina, per bushel. 9 00
East India, " .
SALT-Liverpool, per sack. 3 50
Table, " . 5 00
SOAP-Per bar. 20
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 22
Powdered, " . 20
Brown, " .15?20
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. G 00
Cognac Brandy, " . 00
Domestic " " _ 3 00
Holland Gin, " . 8 00
American " " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum, " . 0 00
N. E. " " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, ... 3 00
Monongahela " . 5 00
Rectified " . 3 00
STARCH-Per lb. 15
TEA-Green, per lb. loo
Black, " . 75
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.:50 @ 100
Smoking, " .50 Oh 75
VINEGAR-Wino, per gallon. 75
Cider, " . 75
French, " . 1 50
WINE-Champagne, per basket... 35 00
Port, per fi allon. 4 50
Sberrv, " . 5 00
. Madeira, " . 5 00
MEATS-Pork, per lb. 20
Mutton, " . 12*
POULTRY-Turkevs, per pair. 4 00
Ducks, " . 1 00
Chickens, " . 75
Geese. " . . 1 25
And Trained Wild Animals,
FORMING A MODEL AND
MORAL EXHIBITION ! I
LOOK out for the Grand Procession!
Knights in Real Armor, Ladies in Re?
gal Robes, Queen's Carriage of State, the
Mounted Zouaves, the Cornet Band, Golden
Chariot, Horses, Ponies and Mules, will be
prominently seen and?ftdmired; but the
Novel Feature will be the Live Lion
let loose in the streets, taken from
its cage by the intrepid HERB,
LENGELL, walked over a plat?
form and placed upon a car
and carried in triumph ! !
Tho Golden Car of Orpheus, containing
Eckhart's Silver Cornet Band-a street pa?
rade-gorgeous to an extreme, unmistak?
ably indicativo of tho strength and re?
DAN GASTELL0 S GREAT SHOW,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1860.
SS- Admission 75 cents; Children under
12 years of age 50-cents; separate scats for
colored persons, 50 cents.
Tho Manager, in announcing tho com?
mencement of the second annual Southern
tour of DAN CASTELLO'S GREAT SHOW,
is pleased to be enabled to present an array
of artistiOnames comprising tho very beat
talent in the world.
Dan Castello, the original Conversation?
alist, will appear at each entertainment,
and introduce the only thoroughly trained
horse in tho universe.
B UR NELL R UN NELLS,
The embodiment of grace and style, with
bis two i'retty anci gifted boys, render a
pleasing series of living pictures, which,
for ease, excellence and elegance, have
never before been witnessod in America.
This young Southerner and Iiis two little
children constituted the le. ding attractions
in tho principal theatres, hippodromes and
circuses in the old world. Papers praised
them. Journalists endorsed them. People
pronounce them great.
Dan Castillo's Great Show
Will exhibit at CHESTER, on FRIDAY,
October 2G. Oct 16 12
Gun and Blasting Powder.
JUST received and for sale low, a com?
pleto assortment of Gun, Rifle and
blasting POWDER, in whole, half and
quarter kegs, and in canisters, at wholesale
and retail, at very low prices. Also, Safety
Fuse, for Blasting.
an- Inquire for DUPONTS POWDER -
it is the best._ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Oi~V BOXES choice CUTTING CHEESE,
OU just received and for sale low bv
Oct 12 J. & T. R AGNEW.
Scales, Scales, Scales.
JUST received, a supply of TEW SCALES,
Counter Scales and small Platform
Scales, which will bo sold at verv low prices
by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Grass Scythes! Grass Scythes! !
JUST received per Exnrcss, a supplv of
Oct IO J. & T. R. AGNEW.
FIVE HUNDRED sacks LIVERPOOL
SALT, large size, now on hand and
for sale at reduced prices for cash by
Oct 10 J. .Nc T. Ii. AGNEW. _
AFULL supple of POTS, OVENS, SPI?
DERS and" SAUCE-PANS, now on
hand and for sale at lowest market prices
bv J. & T. R. AGNEW.
SODA AND STARCH !
mWO THOUSAND lbs. COOKING SODA.
J. 1,000 lbs. PEARL STARCH. Just re?
ceived and for sale low bv
Oct 9 J. &*T. li. AGNEW.
AXES! AXES! AXES!
3TUFTY doz. best warranted AXES. Just
received and for sale low, at whole?
sale and retail bv J. & T. R. AGNEW.
~(\ BBLS. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR.
Ovl 100 bbls. Bakers'
Just received and for sale low bv
. Sept 30 J. .V T. K. AGNEW.
QfA BBLS. prime Northern POTATOES.
OU .lust received and for sale low bv
Sept 30 .1. A T. K. At ?NEW.
Prime Goshen Butter.
mEN firkins choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
X Just received and for side bv
Sept 30 J. & T. K. AGNEW.
mEN hhds. choice SIDES. SHOULDERS
JL and Sugar-cured BREAK FAS rSTRIPS.
Just received and for sale bv
Se?.t 30 J. ? Tl K. AGNEW.
ONE HUNDRED boxes Sperm and Ada?
mantine CANDLES, .lust received
and for sale by J. ? T. R. AGNEW.
Spades, Shovels and Manure Forks.
1 T^?^ \)y>'/.. AMES' SPALLS and SlIO
23 doz. Rowland's and Thomas' Spades
I and Shovels.
2*3 doz. Manure Forks, assorted qualities.
Just received and for sale low l>v
Sept G J. & TL R. ACNF.W.
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &c.
FOUR THOUSAND ?hs. mue WHITE
200 gallons Kaw and Boiled Linseed Oil.
100 gallons Spirits Turpentine.
With a full assortment of Pry and Ground
Paints, consisting in part of Chrome
Green, Paris (?reen. Chrome Yellow. Drop
black, Lampblack, Litharge, Venetian Ked,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre. Umber,
Sienna, Vandyke Brown, Prussian Blue,
Vermillion, Black Lead, Pumice Stone, Pa?
tent Dyes, A c.
A full assortment of Carr .ige and Furni?
ture Varnishes. Japan Window Glass. Paint
Brushes, A.c. For sale low bv
Sept 6 J. ? T. ii. AGNEW.
REAL FLAVORING EXTRACTS of Le?
mon, Pine Apple, Vanilla, St raw la rry.
Almond, Sic. Just received and for sale at
fair prices by J. A T. li. AGNEW
Sugar and Coffee.
ONE HUNDRED bids. REFINED SU
GAKS, consisting of Crushed, pow?
dered, (?ra nula ted ami Extra Cotice Saga rs.
?u bbls. Muscovado Sugars.
100 bags Rio, Maracaibo and Java Cof?
fees. On hand and for salo at low prices bv
Sept 5 J. & T. K. AGNEW.
O ash Notice.
FOK tho information of all concerned,
we state that mir terms arc ('ASH DE
FORE DELIVERY OF GOODS. Orders
sent ns from country and elsewhere will
receive no attention unless accompanied
icilli cash to ?ta>j lite bill.
Aug 12 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Segars, Tobacco, &c.
~(\ f\(\(\\ SEGARS, assorted from
<Ow?\r\J\f common to choice.
Together with a good assortment of
Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,embrac
ing tht! celebrated Durham Smoking, Jenny
Lind and Solace (.'hewing. For sale at
wholesale and retail at low prices bv
July 27 J. & T. li. AGNEW.
AFULL assortment of best quality
Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from H
to 52 inches in diameter, just received and
for sale low bv J. .fe T. R. AGNEW.
Ale and Porter.
ONE HUNDRED dozen London PORTER
ami Edinburg ALE. Just received and
for sale by ' J. & T. li. AON KW.
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
THE undersigned have been appointed
agents for these superior SAFES.
These Sah s are made with three flanges
all other safes have but two. They have
Powder Proof Locks, and the lochs and
bolts arc protected with plates of hardened
steel, which is the only protection against
the burglars drill and the insertion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
While these Sates have no superior in
quality, they arv furnished at moderate
prices -at least ?5to per cent, less than
Herring's and other makers, while the
quality cannot bc surpassed.
A sample Safe can be seen at our store,
and orders will bo taken at New York
pr;,:es, with expenses of transportation
at* Jed, and no charge for forwarding in
Charleston. J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
NEW YOEK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPAXY.
Fare Reduced to $25.
Leaving each'Pb?'t every Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY IS. SOUDER.
CAPT. R. NV. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. C. P. MAIISIIMAU.
THESE STEAMSH] i's. offeriii^ everv
inducement to SHIPPERS m.I the
CUAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, '.vitli
tables supplied by every luxury tuo<?"'?w
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety, spu d and comfort, are un?
rivalled on the coast.
M O N E K A ,
CAPTAIN C. P. MARKHJIAS,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC j
WHARF, on THURSDAY. October 18,
IbOli, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made rm consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage app?v at the :
Agents. WILLIS ,V CIIIS?LM,
Oct 14 North Atlantic Wharf.
College of Charleston, S. C.
THE Facultv of the College
f Charleston* would respect-j
fully inform parent s a nd guard- |
Pcijtans of young gentlemen desir- ;
*- ons of obtaining a Collegiate ;
Education, that this institution !
has been re-opened under very favorable j
auspices arid at a greatly reduced rate (d'
tuition, the terms of which are only forty j
dollars per annum, payable quarterly, stu- ,
dents from tho interior can obtain I) ?ard at ?
reasonable rates, in respectable private j
families residing in the citv.
Candidates for admission into the Fresh- !
man Class must bc able to translate into
English the whole of C.e.-ar's Commenta- !
ries, Virgil, Cicero's Select Orations, and !
Sallust. They must also posse ss au aeon*
rate and minute knowledge of thc Latin ?
Grammar and Prosodv.
Ill Creek, they will bCOKpCCtod to possess j
a thorough knowledge of Valpy's Creek
Grammar, Anthonys edition, and be able to |
translate and parse with readiness any
portion of Jacob's Creek Reader, tho first |
two hooks of Xenophon's Anabasis, and
the first book of Homer's Iliad.
In Mathematics, their knowledge will he
expected to include Arithmetic, (including
Fractions, Vulgar and Decimal.) Extrac?
tion of Square and Cube Roots. Young's
Algebra through simple Equations, aud
first three hooks of Legendre s Geometry.
Geography, both Ancient ami Modern,
will be the subject of a rigid examination.
N. B.-Students will be admitted to a
partial course, upon special application.
N. R. MIDDLETON, LL.D., President,
Professor (d' Logic, Political Economy ami
I the Evidence of Christianity; and florry
Professor of Moral and Political Philoso?
Rev. JAMES W. M ll.'CS, A. M" Professor
of the Latin and Greek Languages and
Literature, and el' Roman alni Greek Anti
> LEWIS R. GIBBES, M. M., Professor of
J Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry.
JOHN McCltADY, A. M., Professor of
F. A. PORCHER, A. M., Professor of
j History, Ancient and Modern, Rhetoric.
! Belles-Lettres, English Composition and
F. S. HOLMES. A. M.. Professor of Gco
j logy, Palaeontology and Zoology, aiulCura
I tor of the Museum.
LEWIS R. GIBBES, M. 1'.,
Oct 0_tu2 Secretary of the Faculty.
Factor and Commission Merchant,
Boyeo & Co.'s v*??arf. Charleston.
! Oct it j
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE PAVILION HOTEL, so long
Maud ably conducted bv tile late H. L. '
Butterfield, will still be kept open for ?
j the accommodation of the traveling public, j
And its former friends and patrons will ;
; find the usual accommodations and atten- j
j tiojis bestowed on them as formerly, and
? tlie public favors, already so well cstab- I
fished as THE HOTEL of thc traveling'
: merchants of tho South, will, bv earnest
; efforts, be faithfully preserved. <>ct ll
' Charleston, s. C.
And all the Landings on the St.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
I> I O T -A- T O IEL ,
( 1,000 TONS BURTHEN,)
j CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER,
WILL sail from Adger's Wharf, Charles?
ton, S. C., for the above places.
I every SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock p. m., until
For freight or passage, apply on board,
or to office of the Agency, 17 Vandcrhorst's
Wharf, Charleston. S. C.
J. D. AIKEN k CO., Agents.
Sept ls 6mo
Bagging and Rope.
rTTEN bales GUN N Y and DUNDEE BAG
; .1 GING.
21) coils ROPE, assorted qualities 1 or
sale by PARKER & Etti PP.
" Corner Camden and Main streets.
I Oct 13_?_:>_
THAT DESI RA RLE RESIDENCE,
Mon tho Pendleton Road, with nine
acres of cultivated ground, one mile
I from Greenville C. H.. with nil necessary
I out-buildings, in good repa... For parti-,
cnlars, apply to Mr. T. A. B. Terms libe?
ral. Sept 18 tnthlmo
BAGGING- AND ROPE.
~t f\f\ COILS half- inch MANILLA ROPE.
L\/v/ 10,000 yards of GUNNY and other
RAGGING, 44 inches wide and weighing 2i
lbs. per vard- -hon flit previous to the late
advance, and will he sold at LOWEST
I MARKET RATES hy
Sept 22 i " WM. Met! FINNIS.
Unlimited ?Saleol Shoes, Boots. Shoe Tia end
J'-'t flats, tte.
By LEVIN & PEIX?TTO
THIS (Tuesday) MORNING, at our ?tore
wc will M ll. willi,.ul reserve
200 pairs Men'* Brogans.
150 " Boy's
inn " Men's Heavv Boots.
.">() " Congress Gaiters.
100 " Ladies' ('loth Gaitera.
.",?1 " Low-quartered Shoes.
100 li Women's Heavv Hoots,
ino " Morocco Buskins.
100 '. MoroCCO Boots.
2t!0 " Misses- Kid Boots.
Doz. Men s Felt Hats.
4iHlis. Shoo Thread, (balls,! Ac.
Bargains certain, as tho above consign?
ment will positively be sold, (let IC
Segars, Stroking Tobacco, Pipes, cte.
By LEVIN & PEIX0TT0.
THIS MORNING, immediately after the
sale of ?boes, we will sell,
SEGARS of the following brandt?:
Boxes Flora Dementia.
Gross Chewing Tobacco.
Meerschaum Pipes, liri- :' Pipes, ?fcc.
W. T. WALTER
Will sell, at his Mart, on WEDNESDAY,
17th, at 10 o'clock,
Bedsteads, Card Table, Book-case.
Bureau, Chairs, Rocker, Crockery.
Guilts. Sheets, Comforts.
Ink, a large lot of School Hooks.
Knives and Forks, Candles.
Blasting Powder, and a variety ol' articles.
lie" Unlimited articles received up to
hour ot' sale. Oct lr.
Old Iron and Machinery.
Zcaly, Scott ,t Bruns vs. Keatinge .v. Ball.
Foreign Attachment. .
Abraham Stork, survivor, vs. Keatinge &
IN pursuance of the order of the Court
made in the above stated cases, 1 will
sell at public out-cry, on the first MONDAY
in November next, in trout of A. Stork's
dwelling, al the corner ul' Richardson and
Pendleton streets, in Columbia, S. C., at 10
o'clock, about 00,01)0 pounds of OLD IKON
an l MACHINERY. Terms cash.
Oct 10 luth A'. T. WALTER, Asjiiee.
Frame Store-room at Fr?cate Sate.
By LEVIN & PE?X0TT0.
fl HIE above is offered for sale, the prc
I sent occupant retiring fri "ii business.
Its location is one of the best, being in tuc
vicinity of the new Market, and a tirst-rate
stand tor business. Oct Kl
OTIS, FRIENDS AND PATRONS
ARE rcs-, cet full v informell 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.
A FRESH LOT
OF the much inquired for BREAKFAST
And Sugar-cured SHOULDERS.
Oct5_ joHNc. SI-^:GERSA_CO1
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
THE above Works i an furnish all kinds
of IRON and iiRASS CASTINGS, MA?
CHINERY, GRIST and SAW MIEL IKONS,
GIN WHEELS, of different sizes, &c . at
short notice and on reasonable terms.
A new, large Foundry having just been
finished, the proprietor is prepared to cast
HOUSE FRONTS and any other CASTING,
of every description and dimension, and
will guarantee satisfaction.
A Portable and a Stationary 25 and 30
horse power Engine for sale for cash, at a
lt. MCDOUGALL, Attorney.
Oct ll Superintendent.
GENERAL STOCK OF
THE subscriber offers for sale, at
^"T^Aand BELOW COST, his entire stock
of HARDWARE, without reserve,
? " ^*consisting in part of the following
Ames' Long and Short Handle Shovels.
" " " " Spades.
'. " . Manure
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, Ac.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Sept 0 Gmo On Plain street.
New Goods !
FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS !
fTlHE subscribers have just received, and
J. will open Til IS MORNING, a few in?
voices comprising a neat assortment of
CLOTHING, ENGLISH and FRENCH
CLOTHS, CASSLMERES, Ac-being the
first importation totliis city for the sea son.
Our READY-MADE GOOPS are princi?
pally from our own manufactory, and are
made up in the latest styles.
Our stock of materials for manufacturing
embraces i very style, and will bo made up
to order at tho shortest 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 fine assort?
ment of HATS, of tho various styles in tho
We invite the attention of our visiting
friends in the city, to these late arrivals,
feeling assured that wo will be ablo to give
satisfaction to all who desire to supply
ll. & W. tl. SWAFFIELD,
Sept 19 BEDELL'S ROW.