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NEW YOBK, October 1;?.-Havana dates
to tile 13tli instant have been received. A
terrific hurricane commenced in the Ba?
hamas, on the 13th ultimo, which lasted
about two ?lays. Fully halt the town nf
Nassau has been destroyed. Trinity Church
was demolished. A portion of tho roof of
the Government House was carried away,
whilst that cf the Marine Hospital was en?
tirely destroyed. Tho neighboring islands
suffered in the same manner. A large
number of vessel.' were lost and damaged.
Thc hurricane wa? t'?e severest since 1813.
Gen. Castleman has arrived from St. Na
zaire, cn route for Vera Cruz. He lias been
appointed to replace Marshal Bazaine J
A deputation of citizens trenn Matamoras
arrived in the city of Mexico, begging the
Imperial Government to take possession
of the former city, and stating that a large
number of troops was not necessary, as
the whole population would rise in favor of
BALTIMORE, October 19.-Gov. Swann
has summoned the Police Commissioners
to answer tho charges against them on
Monday next., at Annapolis. The notice
was scrvod last night.
Tho Legislative District Convention of
the unconditional Union party was held
last night. Representatives to the House
of Delegates and three Senators were no?
minated. All were instructed to vote for
the re-election of Creswell to tho United
WASHINGTON, October 19. The State De?
partment lias received a communication
from our Consul at Guavmas, dated Sep?
tember ll, statiug that tile evacuation of
that port and the State of Sonora liv 11 io
French squadron and forces will take place
on thc 14th September, lie was officially
informed of this fact liv the Admiral in
command. The preparations for embark?
ing, which have been going on for a few
days, and the fact of the withdrawal of
these forces, have created a panie among
the population, hot li native ami foreign,
and m consequence the steamer which
leaves on the Kith for Mazatlan and San
Francisco would lie crowded beyond lier
capacity. The merchants and respectable
families, not compromised in tin- political
difficulty, apprehending danger from the
lower classes during the interim of the
withdrawal of the French troops and the
entering ol' the Liberal forces, have sought
the protection of the United Suites Con?
sul, who has addressed a letter to Gov.
Pesqueira, the chief of the Liberal forces of
the State, with an appeal to his generosity
in behalf of those who are threatened with
ruin, and who are pr? paring, to flee the
country. This has had the effect of quiet?
The State Department has a communica?
tion from our Consul at Peru, informing
the Government that a native of Chili, resi?
dent in Lima, has left for the United
States, with the object of contracting for
2,000 families of negroes for that country.
This speculation is under the color of free
colonization, but in fact the negroes are to
be sold in thc same manner as the Chinese
coolies, for the term of eight years. The
State; Department issuos a circular to the
Governors of the several States, suggest?
ing that all legal and moral measures be
used to prevent the consummation of such
A delegation from North Carolina and
Virginia called upon thc Commissioner of
Internal Revenue this morning, with a view
to having a change made in the regulations
issued by that officer governing the ship?
ment of cotton.
PHILADELPHIA., October 1'.). ft is pm
posed that a convention of colored soldiers
and sailors be held in this city, on the Stii
of next January. The object is to lay the
claims of their race before Congress.
Market Kr ports.
Nr.w YOUK, October 18-Noon.- Gold 4S$.
Exchange 108J. Cotton dull, at-luv. 12c.
Flour firm- -sales of 400 barrels: Southern
$12.10@$16.50. Wheat l@2c. better.
Corn J@lc. better. Pork higher-mess
7 P. M.-Hold -17.J. Flour firmer -sales
of 450 barrels-Southern $12.10? 10.15.
Wheat and corn l@3c. better. Pork tinner
- -sales of G.SOO barrels; new mess $33.70.
Lard dull, at 15@1"4. Cotton heavy, with
sales of 2,500 bales, including a Govern?
ment sale of middlings, at 40@42. Coffee
quiet, with sales of 500 bags-La^uayra
18?llJ.J. Spirits of turpentine higher, at
85@8C. Rosin excited and higher, at S5.50
MOBILE, October 10. Sales of cotton to?
day 350 bales Huddling 37. Sales of the
Week 2,400 hales. Receipts of the week
7,300 bales. Exports of "tho week 2,580.
NEW ORLEANS, October 1'.). - Cotton 2e.
lower, and quotations nominal. Gold 47A.
U.rk $3t. Bacon shoulders ls; sides Iii.
Superfine flour $12.25; extra S12.25tf?l5.50.
Message ol' tile Governor of Missis?
NEW ORLEANS, October 10. - -The Missis?
sippi Legislature met yesterday iii extra
session. The Governor's message says
that the necessities of the State con?
strained him to call the Legislature, lt
was not a special emergency, but a general
exigency, resulting from the altered and
deranged condition of our Federal rela?
tions and domestic affairs.
He states that the removal of tho negro
troops from the State,and the transfer of
the Freedmen's Bureau to officers of the
regular army, are subjects id' congratula?
tion. He deplores the state of the coun?
try, and encloses the constitutional amend?
ment, but presumes that the mere reading
of it will insure its rejection. He recom?
mends the admission of negro testimony
in all courts, and requests that provision
be made for thn education of the indigent
children of Confederate soldiers, and for
the relief of destitute disabled Confederate
and State soldiers.
List of Arrivals at the National Hotel, i
October 19, 1866.
J Turner, Fairfield, S C; G Hoffman, Bl
Bollmann, Wm T Wragg, Andrew M More-?
land, Mrs H 15 Banks, T Grange Sumers. J
S Browning, Charleston. S C; W Millen,
Augusta. Ga; John W Grady, S S Brown,
L Ii Austin. J P Pool, Greenville, s C; J H
Williams, J T Bvnum, Newberrv, S C; H H
Bonds, Laurens. S C; W B Much. North !
Carolina; MM Farren. Abbeville, S C} M
F Cooper, M Popper, New York; M L La
far, Kingsville, SC; GS Bowers, 1) Flem?
ing, G k SCR lt; B F Summers, Helena,
S C; James Mosely, Charleston, S C; Jas
Williams, II F Bruce, Columbia; James
Trnmble, S H Blodget, SCR R.
. SHIP NEWS.
POUT OF CHARLESTON. OCT. 19.
A It KI VE 1) V EST E Ul ) A Y.
Steamship Adele, Hall, Baltimore.
WENT To SEA VESTS RPAY.
Bark R. B. Walker, Latham, Boston.
Steamship Moneka, Lebby, New York.
Brig Mary Cobb, Du.iean," West Indies.
Sehr. Myrover. Hughes. New Stork.
Proceedings of City Council.
COLUMBIA, October 1?, ISSGtf.
Present: His Honor the Mayor; Aldcr
I men Fisher, Geiger, Hitchcock, Hunt, Mc
I Donald, McKenzie, Radcliffe, Walter and
The minutes of tbe last meetings were
read and continued.
Alderman Fisher announced to the Coun?
cil the demiseof their esteemed and ?valued
fellow-citizen, and a former In leudan t of
Columbia, Dr. R. W. Gibbes, Sr., and
moved that th? Council take a recess, in
order that the members might have the
privilege of attending the funeral; which
was so ordered.
Council re-assembled at fi o'clock P. M
' A petition was read, signed by a number
of citizens, praying that^ Council adopt
some other method of <Wstroying dogs
running at large in the streets than the
preseut objectionable mode of shooting.
Cm "motion, the petition was received and
referred to the Mayor for action.
A petition from E. Shiver, praying that
he be released from paying the costs of a
street execution, was laid before Council.
On motion, the prayer was not granted.
A petition, signed by numerous citizens,
was presented, praying that the market
regulations he so altered as to allow deal?
ers in tish, fruit and vegetables the privi?
lege of selling in thc? market until M or S
o'clock P. M. Referred to thc Committe<
on Market, to report by ordinance or other?
Application from 1 lardy Solomon for per?
mission to change his license from Assem?
bly to Richardson street; and from Fred.
Zesterfelt for license to retail spirituous
liquors, Were referred to the Committee ol
A communication was received from ( ?en
J. D. Green, informing Council that Drs
Goodwyn ami Sylvester were relieved fron
further attendance at tin1 Freedmen's
Hospital. Received as information.
Assistant Policeman J. W. Daniels ten
dered his-resignation. On motion, it wai
laid over until next meeting.
A note of baud fer $G00, given to M. C
Mordecai for the Mutual Supply'Associa
i tion. signed by J. C. Gibbes, Mayor, wai
presented to the Council for payment
I Referred to tie- Committee of Ways anc
! Means for examination.
A check on tin- Branch Hank for $3:1:1.33
dated May 1, 18G5, in favor of A. G. Bas.
kin, City Clerk, was presented to Counci
for settlement. Deferred to the Committei
of Ways and Means.
The following accounts were presentee
and referred to the Committee on Ac
counts: J. 0?Dial, John Meighan and A
i R. Taylor, against Street Department; J
C. Dial. Shiver .V Beckham, A. Palmeram
P. Cantwell, against. Guard House Depart
ment: .1. c. Dial and A. Palmer, agains
the Water Works: Hopson A Sutphen, fo
dog collars; .lett Douglass, for services a
I the market; and W. G. Bower, against th
I Alms House.
Tin-City Clerk presented his report fo
the mont ii ol' September. Referred to th
I Committee of Wavs and Means.
! Tho Clerk of thc Market presented hi
report from August 21 to October 1. Re
! ferred to the Committee on Market.
? The Committee on Accounts repented
I recommending that the following account
j be paid: Fisher A Lowrance, against th
Water Works. $.-)3.()7: Hopson .V Sutphen
for dog collara, $15.00; and Wm. Sloan?
for corn. $19.45.
Report received and adopted.
'Pile Committee on Market submitted th
The Committee on Market respectfull
report the new market completed and ot
cn pied the fixed rent of the stalls hi in
$141 per annum, payable $12 per month i
advance, arid the choice of stalls to th
highest bidder, tlu^ bonus being payable i
advance. The annual rent of the stal
will amount to $2,592; the bonus paid f
choice of stalls amoutits'to $005; making a
income from the market, for the preset
year, of $3,197. Tue extra work of placin
posts in front and rear of the market ha
been done at a cost of $95. There is rom
for eleven tables at each end, makin
twenty-two tables within the endosar
and a rent of $2 per month fixed for cac
table, which will amount to $14 dollars p<
month, or $528 per annum. Four plact
for stands or tables have been alreac
taken. There being an interval of eigl
feet bel wei n tho position ol each tabl
persons will have ample room to pass, lt
spect fullv subn-.i! : ed.
T. W. RADCLIFFE, Chairman.
The report was received and filed as it
The same committee reported on tl
1>I11 of the Columbia Gas Company, recor
mending thnt two-thirds of the amount 1
paid. Report received and adopted.
Tile Committee on Licenses submit ted
reput, recommending that tho applicatif
of Wm. McGuinnis, for a tavern license
retail spirit nous liquors, be granted. R
port received and adopted.
A special committee, appointed at i
extra meeting ol' Council, to whom was r
ferrcd a proposition from the Bank of tl
State relative to the purchase of a certa
piece of ground, presented the tollowii
Hie special committee, to whom was i
fcrred a proposition from the Bank of tl
State relating td a piece of ground now
the possession of the city, in rear of tl
lian!; lot, have had the same under com
deration. On measurement, they find
is !)f! by 53 feet. The location would ma
it desirable in extending the Bank h
whilst its seclusion from the other porti
of the city property renders it of no mat
rial value to the city; they therefore i
commend the sale of the same to the Ba
of the State. Your committee also ebarg
with tin- transfer of lots with the Inc
pendent Fire Engine Company, have st
seeded in making the exchange, and th
trust to the satisfaction of both parti
By this arrangement, the city propel
will have a front on Richardson street
lUfi feet, and on Washington street '.
feet. Tho proposition made by your co
mittee to tin- Independent Fire Engi
Company is as follow s: For the lot held
that company, on Richardson street, I
tween the city property and that owned
the Bank, measuring 22 feet front by
feet in depth, they oder in exchange a
where the jail formerly stood- say 40 f
front on Washington street by 106 f
deep with all the material on said lot,
cept the iron. Thc above proposition 1
been accepted by thc company. (See 1
following resolution of thc company.)
A. M. HUNT,
T. W. RADCLIFFE,
COLUMBIA, October 13, 18tj<
At a meeting of the Independent 1
Engine Company, held October ll, it i
Keaolved, That tho proposition of
City Council of Columbia to the Indep
dent Fire Engine Company, to excbai
their present lot, on Richardson street
.22 feet front and lOSfedt depth, fo'- a lol
Washington street of 40 feet front and
feet depth, including the present build
material, (except iron.) be accepted.
(Signed, | G. r. BERG,
lu connection with the above repor
tho Special Committee, tho following reno- |
lut ion was offered and adopted:
Jlesolved, That the City Council of Co- j
lnmbia do hereby give and guaranteo to
the IndcpendcntFire Engine Company, of
Columbia, S. C., thc freo use of a lot of
ground on Washington street, in said city,
measuring 40 feet on Washington street,
and running back from said street 100
feet; said Company to have and to hold
thc samo on tho terms that have been
guaranteed to said Company by tho Legis?
lature of the State. This act of thc City
Council to take effect whenever the ex?
change of lots is mado by tho parties iu
Tho following resolutions were offered
Resolved, That the Committee on Guard
House and Police bo requested to offer, at
tito ?ext regular meeting of Council, for
their action, an ordinanco for the better
regulation of the police force of this city.
Resolved, Thai, tho Chairman of "the
Committee on Streets be requested to have
all tho old iron and other metals belonging
to the city removed to someplace of safety,
as early as convenient.
Resolved, That Hule Secoud of the Pules
of the City Council bc so amended, that six
Aldermen, with the Mayor or Mayor pm
lempui-e, shall constitute a quorum.
Resolved, That Section Third of the
Market Regulations bo so aiflcnded, that
the words "during market hours," which
occur twico in tho reading of the said
section, bc stricken Out; so that the para?
graph will read, "In caso any person or
Eersons sha!! bring or offer for sale any
eef or fresh moat in or about tho Market
House, such person or persons (other than
! persons paying stallago) shall pay for each
i beef seventy-five cents, and for each veal,
I sheep, hog or goat, twenty-five cents; and
on refusal to pay the same, shall be fined
$2 for each and every offence. And Miy
person who shall seil any beef or other
fresh meat elsewhere in tho city than at
the Market, ehall be subject to a penalty
not exceeding $5 for each and every of?
An ordinance to regulato junk shops and
dealers in old iron, brass, copper, lead and
other metals, cotton waste, rags, kc, was
read tho first time and ordered to a second
reading at the next regular meeting of
The Council proceeded into an election
for two public weighers of cotton and
other produce. John R. Wells and P. P.
Chambers receiving a majority of the
votes cast, were declared duly elected pub?
On motion. Council adjourned.
J. S. McMAHON, City Clerk j
COMMERCIAL. AMD FINANCIAL,.
CHARLESTON, October 19.-Tho sales of I
cotton for tho week amounted to 1,650 !
bales, at 35@41. Rice 12?r^jl3. Hav $1.53 ?
@$1.60. Corn $1.18@$1.50. Oats 74." Flour
SCrtCSlS.?O. Bacon 18V.22. Molasses -14
@(S7. Salt $2.50.
NEW YORK DRY GOODS MARKET.-The !
New York Independe nt, of the Ot li instant,
says of dry goods:
The rise in raw cotton has given more j
tono to all cotton fabrics not in over-stock.
Other goods are steady in price. Brown '
sheetings and shirtings have advanced 1?
2 cents. The stock of prime brauds is
limited. Fino bleeched floods ?tro also
scarce, and prices are 1@2 coats higher. :
Brills are in good request and firm. Can?
ton flannels are in surplus supply, ospe- I
cially of low grades. Brices aro weak, j
Stripes are brisk and firm. Prints aro very
active, without any accumulation of stock',
and prices have advanced a cent a yard.
Ginghams seli quickly at steady rates. De?
laines have been largely sold; stocks much
reduced, and new goods come forward
slowly to supply tho active demand. Co
burgs are brisk and buoyant. Desirable
styles of shawls are in good request and
aro firm in prieo; lower qualities are ne?
glected. Balmoral skirts are in large over?
supply and weak in price. Broadcloths
are without improvement in demand, but
with no pressure to sell. Ca9simeres are
weak, witti a low demand; only choice de?
sirable patterns command full prices.
Flannels are in moderate demand. There
is less doing in imported fabrics, except in
bombazines, merinoes, delaines, plaids and
silks, which sell at previous rates. Stuffs
are lower. Woolens dull. Auctions are
less excited. British, Saxony and French
dress goods elicited little competition, and
sales show a declino. Silks and linens sold
well. The imports have fallen off consi?
derably. Tho value of fereign goode thrown
on the market last week was only $1,838,
907, against over 3,000,000 tho week before.
Corn, Kay, Peas.
Just received and for sale low by
H. D. H A N A H A N ,
ONE HUNDRED bushels prime WHITE
20 bales HAY.
20 bushels newCow Peas. Oct 20 1
Notice to Emigrants to Liberia.
IHAVE been informed that tho vessel
bound for Liberia will be in Charleston
Harbor on the 30th inst. I hereby notify
all persons who have applied for transpor?
tation on said vessel, to be ready and in
this city by tho 30th October, on which
dato a "special car will be here, chartered
to take them, free of transportation, as
soon at telegraphed for bv
Oct 20 2* Corresponding Secretary.
ONE HUNDRED boxes, just received at
_ Oct 20 6 CALNAN Si KREUDER'S.
AND UMBUaGH CHEESE!
AT CALNAN & KREUDER'S.
Oct 20_'__ 6_
AND RAISINS !
AT CALNAN & KREUDER'S.
Oct 20 ?
OA BBLS. Bourbon and Rve WHISKEY,
?i\J at CALNAN ii KREUDER'S.
g3mk ALL thc leading TEXT BOOKS,
4SE?f Standard Educational Work? and
j?&tff Primary School Books, furnished
tf&Sfj at New York prices bv
SOmff p. B. GLASS, Bookseller.
93T Teachers and wholesale purchasers
supplied on liberal terms. Oct 17 wths3
JUST received per Express.
Oct 5 JOHN , SEEOEBS A CO.
3BBLS. new-hulled BUCKWHEAT. Just
received ami for sale at
Oct 20 1 BEDELL'S ROW.
jgr^ THE Bubscriber respectfully begs
Bpffl^avc to inform in's friends, and thc
?jr public in general, that he has opened
a ?SALOON in Washington street, next door
to Mr. Steiglifcz's Bakery. The finest LI?
QUORS, WINES, CIGARS, LAGER BEER,
&c, will always be found, in his establish?
ment. FRED. ZESTERFLETH.
Palmetto Lodge No. 5,1. 0. 0. F.
^^mjjS^f. THE members of this Lodge
-are requested to meet al their
... .- "Lodge, THIS AFTERNOON, at
half-past. 2 o'clock, to pay thu last tribute
of respect to their deceased brother, B.
ROBERTS. Sister Lodges are fraternally
invited to join with us on tldssad occasion.
Bv order of the N. G.
Oct 20 F. W. PAPE, Secretary.
R EM 0 VAL .
MBS. S. A. SMITH
HAS REMOVED to the rooms over
Messrs. C. F. Jackson and J. A T. H.
Agnew's stores, whore she will open. THIS
DAY, her stock of FALL MILLINERY, to
which she calls the attention of the ladies.
Oct 19 lin*
STRAYED OE STOLEN,
_ FROM my pasture, on the
/!_-<-v night of the 'sib instant, a BAY
^i|pfX\MARE, fourteen hands high,
i I ? \ about twelve years old, with both
hind feet white, slightly sway-backed. In?
formation of her whereabouts thankfully
received, and $25 paid for her return, if I
stolen. CAPT. W. McALTLEY,
Oct 19 2 ( hester. S. C.
THE undersigned have this day asso?
ciated themselves together for tho
transaction of strictly a general COMMIS?
SION BUSINESS, and solicit the patron?
age of their friends and the public.
Office on Gervais stree!, two doors be?
low J. C. Lvons' corner.
C. A. GRAESER,
W. s. McJUNKIN.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 10, I860.
Oct 17 Imo
-| i\ BALES GUNNY BAGGING, exira
JL\/ weight-2A Hounds.
50 coils MANILLA ROPE.
1 bah- BAGGING TWINE.
The above in store at reduced rate.-.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House.
Oct 18 On Plain street.
mm ii MOUSSES.
jr H H D.S. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES -
15 bbls. Muscovado Molasses new crop.
31) " " Sugar.
10 " Extra C ?"
5 " " ("rushed ^*
3 4i " Pulv.
100 sacks Liverpool Salt, seamless .sacks,
100 lbs. English Blue Stone, at 11 -.
2,000 lbs. " Copperas, at C,.?e.
lu store ?uni for sale bv
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct IS On Plain street.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
BBLS. GIBSON'S X, XX, XXX, WHIS?
Bbls. O. Bliss- Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
;' Corn and live domestic
" Holland Anchor GIN. -
'? American Hope "
" Pinet and Rochelle BRAN DY.
" Jamaica and Santa Cruz Rum.
'; Sweet Malaga Wine.
" Cherry and Madeira Wine
.' Catalognia Claret Wine.
" Stoughton Bitters.
Boxes Boker's and Krauter Bitters.
" Curacoa and Anniseed Cordial.
" Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
With a general stock of GENUINE LI?
QUORS, worthy attention of purchasers, at
fair prices. Cull and ex?nime, thc above
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as
great inducements will bo offered.
A. L. SOLOMON.
Second door from Shiver House,
Get 18 On Plain street.
PERSONS wishing FRAMES made to
suit any sized picture, can be accom?
modated. The subscribers have now on
hand a large stock of all kinds and styles
of GILT and ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS, j
and will make frames neatly and on the I
shortest notice. Call and examine sam- !
pies at the PHONIX BOOKSTORE.
TOWNSEND k NORTH.
Frame Store-room at Private Sale.
By LEVIN & PEIX0TT0.
11HE above is ottered for sale, the pre?
sent occupant retiring from business.
Its location is one of the best, being in the
vicinity of tho new Market, and a first-rate
stand for business. Oct 13
BAGGING AND ROPE.
1 AA COILS half-mch MANILLA ROPE.
JLviVJ 10,000 yards of GUNNY and other
BAGGING, 4-1 inches wide and weighing 2.J
lbs. per yard-bot ?ht previous to the late
advance, and will be sold at LOWEST
MARKET RATES by .
Sept 22 t ' WM. McGUINNIS.
A DESIRABLE COTTAGE RESI?
DENCE, with four rooms and garret,
situated in a healthy portion of the itv
and near to tho business part. Terms will
bo made accommodating. Apply to
Oct 6 st HANAHAN A WARLEY.
LE BON TON, with large plates.
Madam Demarest's Magazine of Fa?
shion, with patterns, rolomd plates, Ac.
A variety of NEW PUBLICATIONS.
New Books for Children, well selected.
Just received at
Met'ARTE R'S BOOKSTORE,
Opposite Columbia Law Range.
Oct 12 ft. L. BRYAN.
j-j/\ linns, prime Sug?r House Mo?
2"> Ubis, prime Sugar House Molasses.
Just received and for salo low bv
? Oct 19 J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
rt \>. (7aroliniau copy.
SALT AND BLUE STONE.
I710UR HUNDRED sacks LIVRRPOOL
SALT, extra large, at $3.40.
l,ono lbs. BLUE STONE, G lbs. for ll.
The above will be sold at prices named,
or at lower prices, if offered lower bv anv
house in Columbia. " MV will nut lu- under
\ sold." j. A- T. It. AGNEW.
t?*>. Carolinian copy. Oct. 19
Gun and Blasting Powder.
JUST received and for sale low, a com?
plete assortment or (Sun, Rilln and
Blasting POWDER, in whole, half and
quarter kegs, ami in canisters, at wholesale
and retail, at very low prices. Also. Safety
Fuse, for Blasting.
i?- impure for DUPONT'S POWDER
il is the best. J. & T. Ii. AGNEW.
QrV BOXES choice CUTTING CHEESE,
OU jUSt received atld for sale low liv .
Oct 12 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Scales, iScales, Scales.
TUST received, a supply of TEW SCALES,
Counter Scales and small Platform
Scales, which will be sohl at verv low prices
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Grass Scythes! Grass Scythes! !
JUST received per Express, a supplv ol
Oct IO J. A T. li. AGNEW.
FIVE HUNDRED sacks L1VERPOOI
SALT, large size, now on hand and
for sale at reduced prices for cash bv
_ Oct 10 J. A T. R. AG S KW.
AEUI u supply of POTS, OVENS, SPL
DE .S and SAUCE-PANS, now cu
hand an for sale ut lowest market prices
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
SODA AND STARCH !
mWO THOUSAND lbs. COOKING SODA
X 1,000 lbs. PEARL STARCH. Just re
ccived and for sale low bv
(Jct 'J J. A T. R. AG N" EW.
AXES! AXES! AXES!
ITU FT V doz. best warranted AXES. Just
. received and for sale low, at whole
sale and retail bv .T. A T. li. AGNEW.
rr/A BBLS. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR.
OU 100 bbls. " Bakers
Just received and for sale low bv
Sept 30 J. A T. li. AGNEW.
rp.EN hhds. choice S IDES, SHOULDERS
JL and Sugar-cured BREAKFAST STRIPS
Just received and for sale bv
Sept 30 J. A T." li. AGNEW.
ONE HUNDRED boxes Sperm and Ada
mautiue CANDLES. Just receivei
ami for sale by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Spades, Shovels and Manure Forks
DOZ. AMES' SPADES and SHC
2"> doz. Rowland's and Thomas' Spade
25 doz. Manure porks, assorted qualities
Just received and for sate low bv
Sept (1 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &c.
ITtOUR THOUSAND lbs. ,)Ure WHIT
200 gallons Raw and Boiled Linseed Oi
100 gallons Spirits Turpentine.
With a full assortment of Dry and Groim
Paints, consisting in part of Chrom
Green, Paris Green, Chrome Yellow, Drcq
black, Lampblack, Litharge, Venetian Rd
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Umbc
Sienna, Vandyke Brown, Prussian Ria
Vermiltion, Black Lead, Pumice Stone, P:
tent Dyes, AC
A full assortment of Carriage and Furn
turo Varnishes, Japan Window Glass, l'ait
Brushes, Ac. For sale low by
Sept 0 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Sugar and Coffee.
ONE HUNDRED bbls. REFINED SI
GARS, consisting of Crushed, Poi
dered, Granulated and Extra Coffee Sugar
50 bbl-;. Muscovado Sugars.
IOU bags Rio, Maracaibo and Java Ci
fees. On hand and for sale at low prices 1
Sept 5 J. A- T. R. AGNEW.
IjlOR the information of all concerne
1 we state that our terms are CASH B
FORE DELIVERY OF GOODS. Orde
sent us from country and elsewhere \\
receive no attention unless accompani
willi cash to j>ai/ the Iii!,'.
Aug 12 " J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Segars, Tobacco, &<
?T/\ rk/^rV SEGARS, assorted fr.
uU?UUv' common to choice.
Together with a good assortment
Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, embr:
ing the celebrated Durham Smoking, Jen
Lind and Solace Chewing. For salo
wholesale and retail at low prices bv
July 27 J. A T. R. AGNEW
A FULL assortment of best (jual
J\. Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, fron
to 52 inches in diameter, just received a
for sale low bv J. A T. R. AGNEW
Ale* and Porter.
ONE HUNDRED dozen London PORT
and Edinburg ALE. Just received :
for salo bv J. A T. R. AGNEW
i Oct 9
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFf
THE undersigned have been appoin
agents for these superior SAE.
These Safes are made with three Mange
! all other safes have but two. They h
Powder Proof Locks, and the locks ?
bolts are protected with plates of barde:
! steel, which is the only protection agai
! Wie burglars drill and thc insertion of p
der. Also, warranted free fromdampm
While these Sates have no supenoi
I quality, they arv furnished at modet
i prices'- at least ?5 to 33} per cent, least!
j Herring's and other makers, while
! quality cannot be surpassed,
i A sample Safe can be seen at our sti
! and orders will be taken at New Y
j prves, with expenses of transporta
i ac* .ed, and no charge for forwardiui
Charleston. J. A T. R. AGNEX
I July 21
ELEGANT BALMORAL SKIRTS :
IpOll $2.50, at
SHIVER .V BECKHAM'S.
Beautiful Cashmeres and DeLaines !
Fm- 2.7c uts, at
SHIVER & BECKHAM'S.
All-wool Flannels !
For 35 nuts, at
SHIVER A BECK HAM'S.
An Extra Nice Family Long-cloth !
For 25 couts, at
SHIVER & BECKHAM'S.
Heavy 10-4 Bleached and Brown
For $1.00, at
SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
Large Heavy 10-4 Bed Blankets!
For $9.00, at
SHIVER A BECKHAM'S. -
An Elegant Toilet Article-Phalon s
Brown Windsor Soap !
To l.e had at
SHIVER A BECKHAM'S
Extra Fine Family Cologne !
To he hadat SHIVER .V BECKHAM'S.
Best make French Kid Gloves !
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
Most Approved Styles Fr'ch Corsets !
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
A Well Selected and Cheap Lol of Hosiery !
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
black Broadcloth and Frene? Doeskins !
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
Assortment of Gent's Shawls and
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
- - -?
Magnificent Line of Dress
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
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We advertise above such of mir large
stock as comes t.> mind, assuring our
patrons that we are still doing business on
our iirst principle CASH and SHORT
PROFITS; ami all who favor ns with their
I patronage, will, we think, SAVE MONEY
i to themselves, and will assuredly have an
I ELEGANT STOCK to ?elect from to which
j we add every week.
! SHIVER & BECKHAM.
j Oct 14
(GENUINE SWEDES and ENoLISH
IRON -all sizes.
AXES, Ac., in full supply.
Rodgers', Wostenholm's and Alexander'*
PLATED SPOONS FORKS.
Ivory-handle TABLE KNIVES.
CARVERS and FORKS, Ac.
TANNERS' T< IOLS,
OIL, Ac., Ac.
Bolting Cloths and Belting.
Sifters, by the dozen or at retail.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
RYE! RYE!! RYE! ! !
. 150 bushels SEED RYE.
100 sacks SALT.
400 bushels OATS.
In store and for sale by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
SALEM JEAHS !
AT retail or l>v the piece, by the agents,
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
100 Lbs. Butter,
171 ROM the farm of Stephen Gibson. For
' sale bv FISHER A LOWRANCE.
100,000 LBS. OLD METAL ! !
-I O CENTS per pound paid for BRASS,
JL?3 16' COPPER.
44 " " li " " LEAD.
For large quantities, a higher cash price
will bo paid bv
s. ? s TRA rwy,
\ Assembly street, one door from Gervais.
Oct 4 '_ Imo
A FRESH LOT
OF the much inquired for BREAKFAST
I Sugar-cured HAMS.
And Sugar-cured SHOULDERS.
1 Oct 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.