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WASHINGTON, December 6.-In the Se?
nate, Mr. Trumbull reported favorably,
from th? Judiciary Committee, tho bill ?if
tho House to repeal thc amnesty nowtfr of
tho President, and nuked its immediate
consideration. Mr. Hendricks objected,
and it goes over.
Mr. Wade called up a bill, of last ses?
sion, to regulate t ho selection of grain! and
petit juries in tho Territory of Utah, which
was ordered to be printed, with amend?
Mr. Pollard gav;- notice that. 0:1 Monday,
ho would call up the bankrupt bill.
Mr. Wilson gave notice that lie would
call up next week, a joint resolution to
disband and prohibit militia organizations
in tito rebel States. Adjourned to meet on
In thc House, on motion <>f Mr. Wash
bnrno, of Illinois, tho Post Office Commit?
tee was instructed to inquire into thc? expe?
diency of conferring on the Post Ofiico
Department tho samo jurisdiction ?ind
control over the various telegraph lines
now in operation, or hereafter to bo con?
structed, that is now exercised over post
oilices and post roads, and to report by bill
Tho bill for the regulation of appoint?
ments to and removals from ofiico, catnie up
and was postponed until next Monday.
On motion of Mr. Pike, a select commit?
tee of three was ordered, to inquire into
tho circumstances of the murder of throe
United Istates soldiers in South Carolina,
in October, 18G5, ant} of tho reprieve andi
subsequent pardon of thoso convicted
Mr. Dawes introduced a bill to lix the |
election of members for tim Tuesday after
the first Monday i:i November, 18G8,and
tho same day each alternate year here?
after; referred to the Committco on Elcc-,
. On motion of Mr. Elliot, a ?elect com?
mittee of three was appointed lo proceed
to New Orleans anti institute inquiry into
tho riots there in July and August last;
and, on motion of * Mr. Wilson, the Judi?
ciary Committee was instructed to inquire
into the necessity ''I further legislation in
regard to tho organization of the House,
and the committing of|electoral votes. .On
motion of Mr. Kasson, the same committee
was instructed to inquire into tho pro?
priety of directing martial lav.-to bo pro?
claimed in Counties \n the rebid States
where Union men have been murdered and
the laws not enforced against the murder?
On motion of Mr. Banks, the Foreign
Affairs Committee was 'instructed as to the
measures necessary to secure the recogni?
tion by other nationalities of the principle
of our naturalization laws.
After an extended discussion on the
amendment ordering elections in all tho
States on tho 22d February next, ami after j
providing in the first section that Congress j
shall meet on the -ltli of March, the House,
at 3, adjourned till Monday, wh- n the bill
again comes up.
FLORENCE, December 5.-Vegizzo has de?
clined thc mission to Home, and a deputa?
tion will be yent, in his place.
LONDON', December 5.-Assistant Secre?
tary of tho Navy Fox is visiting the British
navy yards. He is received everywhere
with a great deal of courtesy, and afforded
every reasonable facility to compato the
English navy yard management with our
Tho Loudon Tunes, in the editorial of
this morning, fully agrees with the policy
of the President of the United States, as
set forth in his annual message to Con?
gress. It frankly declares that tho Ala?
bama claims ought to bo sottled promptly
and amicably. It expresses deep regret
that the whole matter was not compro?
mised, and thus disposed of, at a mindi
earlier date than the present.
HANOVER, December 5.-The ex-King of
Hanover, by the advice of the English Go?
vernment, has released tba officers from
their oaths of allegiance.
LIVERPOOL, December 5-Evening.-The
cotton market is steadv; sales to-day
10,000 bales- middling uplands lid.
LIVERPOOL, December <>--Noon.-Cotton
market quito active; sales will reach 1:5,000
bales; middling uplands 14d.
Two moro regiments of troops and a
company of engineers have been ordered
to leave immediately for Ireland. The
Board of Admiralty have ordered three
iron-clads of the Home Fleot to sail for the
DUBLIN, Thursday, December (i.-Fre?
quent arrests of Fenians continuo to be
made by Government officers, who arc un?
ceasing in their vigilance and prompt in
action in all suspected cases. 'I lie gover?
nor of tho city prison here has telegraphed
to London, asking to have a military guard
PARIS, Thursday, December G- Noon.
Representatives of the United states Go?
vernment havo commenced legal action in
tho civil courts against several parties in
France who furnished ships and material
of war to the Southern Confederacy during
the late war in the United States.
Tho Patrie, of this morning, announces
that the French troops in Mexico will all
have returned to Franco before tho end of
HALIFAX. December 5.-Tho steamship
Asia, which sailed from Liverpool on the
4th, arrived at midnight last night.
The police nt Cork seized a caso, on
board a steamer from Liverpool, which was
found to contain fifty new rifles, with bayo?
nets attached, ballet moulds, Ac A man
named Tracy, in thc employ of a linn lo
whom tho case was directed, was arrested.
The numerous arrivals from America at
Queenstown attract considerable atten?
tion. A man supposed to bo an American
Fenian agent, was arrested in Dublin, on
Tho London Times has no doubt that
Maximilian abdicated and looks forward to
thc intervention of tho Washington Go?
vernment as tho next step; that interven?
tion will be popular instoad ot an unpopu?
LIVERPOOL, November 21.- -Tho brokers'
circulars report sales of cotton for tho
wcok, ending Friday, at 0.5,000 bales. Tho
market has been ? firm and generally un?
changed; of tho above sales, speculators
took 7,000 and exporters 1,500 hales. Thc
following arti the quotations: Orleans fair
16*d.-middling Hid.; Mobile, fair 15.|d.
middling 14}d.; upland fair 15.|d.-mid?
dling l td. Tho stock of cotton in port ia
ascertained to bo 017,500 bales, of which
188,000 aro American.
WASIIINOT?N, December 5.-Tho caucus
of tho Republican member? ofthe. House,
hold at tho Capitol this evening, waa un?
usually large, nearly ono hundred mem?
bers were present.
The following measures reported from
tho Select Committco were agreed upon:
First. To pass a bill regulating tho or?
ganization of tho House, directing tho
Clerk to placo no names on tho rolls from
the Statc? not represented in tho preced?
ing Congress, or declared entitled to rep?
resentation, and providing that no electo-'
ral votes shall ho counted from any State
not-represented at the time in Congress.
Second. To pasy a hill remedying tho de?
fect in thc: law which may prevent
any Slate canvassing tho voters for elect?
ors of PresideiuWiud Yico-Presido'nt.
Third. To j>airo a law changing tho time
of the meeting of Congress, with a view to
assembling.on the '1th of March.
Fourth. To raise a special comvhittco
for the rigid investigation of tho Now Or
li ans riot, tho number of lives destroyed,
tho property burned, and to what extent
Government officials were included therein;
the committee to have power to send for
persons and papers, to bo accompanied by
thc Sergeant-at-arms, and to report appro?
Fifth. To order a select committee to in?
vestigate tho proceedings under tho laws
for collection of direct taxes in tho rebel
States, and the sci/.nre and sale of aban?
doned and confiscated lands aud other pro
Port>"- . ? . ?
Sixth. Committee on Pensions to inquiru
whether any pensioners in tho disloyal
States, struck from tho pension roils,'have
bi en restored in violation of Jaw.
Seventh. A special committee to investi?
gate the fact connected with the release of
the murderers of tho Uaion soldiers in
South ("anilina, recently set at liberty by
the Delaware judgo.
A resolution passed unanimously that
the members of tho caucus biud them?
selves to sustain these propositions an
Ashley, of Ohio, said he noticed present
a gentleman who luid drawn the address of
the Philadelphia Convention, and asked if
ho was a member of thc Union party and
had any right ?boro.
Chairman Morrill, of Vermont, replied,
"While t'ne lamp holds out to burn.
Tho vilest sinner may return."
Raymond, on being asked whether ho
did not participate in th, Philadelphia
Convention, replied that he had, but not
in any spirit of hostility to thc Union
party; that he entered the Convention to
strengthen that party, thinking it, should
bo more conservative than >t was; but,
when he found it likely to lead to tho de?
feat ol' tho Union party, he abandoned it,
and had ever since done his best-to main?
tain and support thc Union party, lie also
said ho approved tho measnrcs reported
here this evening.
Scofieid moved that tho gentleman bo
allowed to remain in tho caucus or not, at
his option, and judge h . himself whether
he was a member of the Union party or
Laurence of Ohio, asked Raymond whe?
ther bo adhered to the doctrine of the
Philadelphia address, and 'particularly to
Ibo clause that rebel States could not rati?
fy tho constitutional amendment without
Raymond was understood to deny there
was any such clause in it. Ho adhered to
that address according to his own con?
struction ol' it, brit not according to thc
construction sometimes put on it by others.
Stevens could not seo how Raymond
could pretend to connection with the Union
partv after his membership in the Phila?
delphia Convention, ami his authorship of
tho address put forth by that body.
Darling ami Halo, of New York", and
Garfield, of Ohio, favored Raymond's re?
maining in tho caucus, and Morriss, of j
Ohio, and Gook, of Illinois, wore against it.
Raymond made further explanations
with regard to the Philadelphia address,
when tho caucus adopted Scofield's resolu?
tion by sixty-six against twenty-five*.
X< ws lloma.
MONTREAL, December G.-The Gazette, of
thi.- morning, says Seward's lotter with
respect to tho Fenian prisoners excited
dei j) anger in England, and tho President's
message will not allay this feeling.
Despatches received from Candia state
that the insurgents had blown np a eon
vent and '2,ni>0 Turks had lost their lives hy?
Tin- House select committee to intpiirc
int" tho New Orleans riots and the murder
of three Union soldiers in South Carolina,
leave Wasnington next week for the scene
of their investigations. Congress will un?
doubtedly pass a bill providing that every
Congress shall commence in December.
The object is openly declared by tho radi?
cals io bo to have in effect a permanent
Congress. In such caso, according to this
programme, there wouid bo no recess,
during which tho President could] make
appoint mein.-, which require fhe confirma?
tion of tho Senate. According to the pre?
sent law, removals can bo made during a
session until thc successor of an incnm
' bent shall bo confirmed.
NEW YORK, December C-Noon.-Gold
30.f. Cotton quiet, but linn-uplands 3:M;
Orleans 31?. Flour and wheat without de?
7 P. M.-Cotton scarcely so firm; sales
900 hales uplands 33i, wiih some sales re?
ported at 33. Gold38.j@39. Flour rather
more active; sales 10,200 barrels-State
$firstname.lastname@example.org; Ohio $10@13; Western ?7.S0
@11.80; Southern $11.20@1G. Corn heavy
and 2@4c. lower; sales 93,000 bushels
Thc Post bas t he following: 'J'!.o drain of
greenbacks to the South continues. Tho
banks have been notified by the Commis?
sioner of Internal Revenue that they aro
no longer required to pay license tax upon
a greater sum than their chartered capital.
The dullness of general business is in?
creasing, and awakens most profound con?
cern. lt results from over-excitement,
heavy taxes, and tho apprehension of
8peedy specie payments* Loan market in?
active and heavy, at 6@7.
Millinery & Fancy Articles.
fv^r-^ MRS. A. MCCORMICK begs
?B/hW^m h> inform tho ladies that she
SKSkiLJB has opened a select and hand
jWniinB some assortment of articles in
:3fc^ilntno MILLINERY LINE, to
4?3&Vxr which slio invites an inspec
* ?5?^"\tion. Her Show Rooms are
over Mr. G. R. McNabb's store, on Main
street. Nov 29 12
~MRS. S. A. SMITH'S
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY ROOMS !
On Main Street, Up Stain;, over
Messrs. J. & T. E. Agnew's and
C. E. Jackson's Stores.
tgywT*^ HAS constantly on hand an
yt Prompt attention given to or?
ders from the country. Nov 28 lino
-\(\ RALES CUNNY RAGGING, extra
JA / weight 24 pounds.
50 coils MANILLA ROPE.
1 halo BAGGING TWINE.
Tho above in store at reduced rates.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct 18 On Plain street.
Legislature of South Carolina.
IVedncssuay, December 5, 18GG.
Tho Scnato mot at 12.30 p. m. .
A bill to incorporate tho Charleston
Dredging and Wharf Building Company,
and a bill to repeal tho uswy laws of this
State, wero road a third timo and their
titles changed to Acts.
Mr. Sullivan prcsonted the return of tho
Commissioners of Freo Schools for Lau?
rens District, for tho yoar 1800.
Mr. Thompson presented tho ret urn of
tho Commissioners of Free Schools for
\bbovillo District, for tho year 18G0.
Mr. Kershaw prcsonted' tho petition of
Jacob Schcitlin & Co., praying damages
for violation of contract by Commissioners
of the Now State House.
Mr. Arthur presented thc petition of cer?
tain citizen? of 'Columbia and of Lexington
District, praying for a charter of a ferry
over Broad Iii vcr.
Mr. Arti ur introduced a bill to authorizo
thc transfer to tho Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Company pf certain stocks held
by tho State, and to authorize tho guaran?
tee bj- the State of tho bonds of said com?
Mr. Buist introduced a bill lo incorpo?
rate tho South Carolina Lottery Company,
and a bill to provide for tho resumption ol'
specie pavmeuts by tho banks td' this
A bill to authorizo the issue of bonds or
stock to pay the amount duo thu contract?
ors for the marblo work of the New Stato
House received thc third reading, and thc
title was changed to an Act.
At? 12 rn?, tho Senate, pursuant to order
previously made, attended in tho" House of
Representatives, to voto for Senator in thc
Congress of tito United States, for six
years, from the 4th of March, ISO". '20
Senatorsand 101 members of thc House
voted. Hon. J. B. Campbell having re?
ceived a majority of tho votes cast, was de?
The Scnato tin n returned to tho Senate
Chamber, and voted for Solicitor of tho
Western Circivt, and for District Judges
.for Sp.irlanbr.rg and Orangeburg Dis?
A bill to alter the Constitution so as to
divido Pickens District into two Judicial
and Election Districts received the second
reading. This being also a constitutional
question, the vote was taken by yeas and
nays, and resulted as follows: Yeas 25;
nays 3. Adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho House mot at 12 m., tho Clerk called
tho roll, ami thc proceedings wero opened
with prayer by Rev. Dr. Shand.
Mr. Walker presented tho petition of
Francis P. Cox, for recharter of Cox's
Ferry, on thc Waccamaw River. Also,
submitted the return of Commissioners ol
Free Schools for Chester District, for 186G.
Mr. Fair submitted the return of Com?
missioners of Freo Schools for Abbeville
District, for 1866.
Mr. Ball submitted the returns of the
Commissioners of Free Schools for Lau?
rens District, for 1866.
Mr. Keith submitted tho presentment of
Grand Jury orders and certificates fier Fal!
Term, 1866, tor Pickens District.
Mr. Pressley submitted tho annual re?
turn of tho Commissioners of Free Schools
for Williamsburg' District, for ISO.) am
Mr. Ball presented thc .petition of Com?
missioners of Free Schools for Laurene
District, relative to appropriations for, tin
A bill to alter and amend the law in re
lation to thc opening, closing or extending
streets in the city of Charleston, a bill ti
extend tho time within which certain exe
cutkms and other final process may bo re?
newed without notice, and a bill to incur
perate thc Charleston Water Company, ii
the city of Charleston, StatcofSouth Caro
lina, wero road a third time, and tbei
titles changed to Acts.
Mr. Lucas introduced a bill to providi
for the compensation of jurors serving oi
inquests on dead bodies.
Mr. McElwee introduced a bill to rolievt
tho indebtedness of all debtors.
Mr. Lord introduced a bill to prevent un
necessary delay in tho trial of misdemcan
Mr. Lord introduced a resolution, whicl
was agroed to, that it be referred to lb
Committee on tho Judiciary to inquire ani
report tho amount of salary duo to tin
various Judges prior to the'lst January
1SG5, and tho propriety of making provi
sion for tho payment of tho same.
Mr. Bachman introduced a resolution
which was referred to tho Committee o
Ways and Means, that tho Treasurer b
authorized to issue renewals of Stat
stocks and bonds upon satisfactory proof f
the loss of tho same, and of three month
public notice of intention to make applies
tion for said renewals.
I Mr. Howzo introduced a resolutioi
which was referred .to the Committco o
i Privileges and Elections, that an clectio
precinct bo established at Wylie & Roddy
store, in-Chester District, to bo calle
Lewisville', and that John Knox, John C
McGill and Alexander Wylie be appointe
Managers of Election for said precinct.
Mr. Melchcrs introduced a bill to inco:
porato the South Carolina Lottery Con
Mr. Seigling introduced a bill to inco
porato tho Survivors' Association ?
Mr. Lord introduced a bill to provide fr
tho holding of a term of the Court of A;
peals in tho city of Charleston.
Slr. brown introduced a bill to dispo^
of certain proceedings ex delicti in tl
Court of Sessions of this State, and h
Mr. Benbow introduced a bid to alter tl
law in relation to bastardy.
Mr. Richardson introduced resolution
which wore referred to thc Committco i
Ways and Means, that it is not only fai
right and proper, but essential to ordi
and good government, that tho paymei
of taxes levied under Act of this Legisl
turo at its last regular session should I
equally enforced against all who'are liab
to pay them; that the Comptroller-Gener
do require tho sherifts of the several Di
tricts to enforce tho collection of tho t?
executions against all defaulting tax-pa
Mr. Richardson introduced a rosolutio
which was referred to tho Committee <
Offices and Officers, that, in view of tl
loss and destruction of property, aa well
tho depreciation of tho same, occasion
by tho late war and its results, it is exp
dient to increase tho number of sceuriti
allowed on all official bonds where tl
number is now limitad by law; that,
approving or disapproving of such bond
tho commissioners to approvo public s
curdies should pass upon tho aggrega
security offered by the officer; that
cases whero tho amount of such bon
were lixod to bo paid in Confederate m
ney, it is right and proper to reduce t
samo to tho amount fixed beforo tho wi
and that tho subject be referred to t
Committee on Offices and Officers for tht
consideration, and that they havo leave
report by bill or otherwise.
Mr. Trescot introduced a resolutic
which was agroed to, that tho Treasurer
hereby instructed lo deliver to each mci
ber of tho House of Representatives a co
of tho journals, reports and rosolutio
and Acts of sessions of 1805 and 1800, a
that ho deduct tho number so deliver
from tho copies which ho is diroctod
send to thc clerks of thc courts of 'ho no'
ral Districts. Adjourned.
Remarks of Hon. W. S. (?rislinnt, of
Delivered iu the Senate, on Wednesday,
December 5, on tbo bill to alter tho Con?
stitution, so as to divide riebens District
into two Judicial and Election Districts :
Mr.. PRESIDENT : Having bad the honor
of introducing this bill, it id proper that 1
should give some of tho reasons that in?
duced mc to support it, and I do int pro?
pose to detain tho Senato very long; Lmtto
give a few plain and simple facts, and seine
Thc District of PickenB, proposed to be
divided by this bil!, has a territory em?
bracing an area of about fifty miles by
seventy miles, being ono of thc largest
Districts in territory in the Stato. And by
tho census of 1859, contained near seven?
teen thousand white inhabitants.
A petition signed by near seven hundred
persons, asking for tho division, is before
us. including tho property owners at tho
Court Douse; this petition comes from
every section of the District, without any
opposition from any quarter. Tho Granu
Jury, at tho last court, thus presented tho
"4. Tho Grand Jury avail themselves of
the privilege of making somo suggestions
in reference to public affairs, and will re?
spectfully submit that the convenience and
prosperity of thc citizens of this District
would bo greatly promoted, by tho division
of the District into two Judicial Districts,
and earnestly commend the subject to thc
early and favorable consideration of tho
This mat ter of a division of Picketts Dis?
trict, Mr. President, has long been in con?
templation by her citizens, from tho fact
of tito inconvenience and expense of at?
tending at tho Court House, and from tho
large territory to bo traveled over in at?
tending to her District business.
Thc population, in a great degree, reside
upon the Subida river, the eastern bounda?
ry, and upon tho T?galo river, western
boundary of the District, and the Court
House being in the intermediate section,
which is almost tho poorest section of the
District, makes tho location very unfortu?
nate for a prosperous town, which, I may
say, after near forty years of existence,
never bas risen to much eminenco, and 1
' may say, too, is now on tho decline-in?
deed, almost depopulated, from tho fact of
the bad locality, and general poorness of
that particular section.
No action has been taken in this matter
herc, until now, Mr. President, from the
fact that, under tho old regime, or Consti?
tution, littlo encouragement could have
been expected towards tins end sought,
owing to the peculiar situation of what was
termed the ''up country, and low country."
What might have then been considered
the interest of the one, might not have
been that of the other.
but under tho new order of things, and
tho i new Constitution, these barriers, it
seems to mc, no lon gor exist, and I hope
and believe that we are now engaged in
one common cause, and that is, to build up
our State, and t hat wo are each striving
to dev. lop h. r resources, in every practica?
The proposed division, making Keowee
river the line, gives nearly au equal divi?
sion ol' territory, Tand of the.inhabitants,
leaving in each new District, Pickensand
Keowee, about eight thousand inhabitants,
according to tho census cf 185'.), and a ter?
ritory embracing an area of about twenty
five miles by thirty-five miles.
And by the examination of tho last con?
st'.:; report, wo lind that Picken s District
had twice as many inhabitants as Chester,
Chesterfield, or'Richland; three times as
many as Horry, Kershaw or Marlboro, and
four times as many as Georgetown or Clar?
endon, so that being divided, each new Dis?
trict would contain a population tis great
as Chester, Chesterfield or Richland, and
very much greater than either Beaufort,
Dorry, Lancaster,Marlboro, Kershaw, Wil?
liamsburg, Georgetown, Sumter, Claren?
don or Newberry.
Tho taxes paid in Dickens District this
year, do not fall much short of thirteen
"thousand dollars, leaving, at tho present
rale of taxation, about sixteen thousand
live hundred dollars to bo paid by each
new District proposed; and by consulting
the last report of the Comptroller-General,
Senators will find many of tho Districts
paying a less amount than this.
The friends of this measure ask no mate?
rial aid from tim State. Wo don't propose
to take one dollar from her treasury.
Each new District willingly pledges her?
self to put up all public buildings freo of
cost to tho State.
The court house and jail of Pickons
wooden buildings, old and dilapidated
must soon be rebuilt, if tho division is not
made; and I submit that, as a matter of
economy to tito Statt;, her interests pecu?
niarily, would bo promoted, to grant tho
But, Mr. President, I feel that I need not
detain the Senate longer. Tho request of
tho numerous persons from Piekoiis Dis?
trict, Booina to mo only reasonable and
just; and I hope that Senators will take
into consideration fully, tho merits of this
bill, and that they will grant them their
request; anti that they will also bear in
mind that tho Judiciary Committee unani?
mously reported this bill. And I would
urge, most respectfully, that thc mcasuro
bo allowed to pass at this session-for
with its failure, fail the hopes of its friends
for three years: tor that tune must elapso
before the matter could possibly succeed;
anti that if favorably considered now, may
at the next regular session, if then favora?
bly considcired, become a part of our
THE undersigned, formerly
/jtS^k. Principal of Columbia Eemalo
' \ ^itrr A""i1--"v bas i.pened FE
^^?K^.MAI.i: SEMINARY io Colum
^V^pFbia, at corner of Camden ami
<3SkJ^ Pickens streets, where all tho
branches essential to female education aro
thoroughly taught, including Ornamental
Branches and Mordorn Languages. A few
BOARDERS'will bo received into his fami?
ly. For terms, &c, apply at his residence.
Dec 1 Imo W. MULLER.
xnrraQXHb HAVING resumed tho
H?SaBS^HKabovc business, I am pre
??^5p==T^^3?pured to executo all lands
of Work in tho above lino at tho shortest
notico and most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFIN'S constantly on
nand. Funerals promptly attended.
Aug 30 M. H, BERRY.
Ai Brennan fi Carroll's Carriago Factory.
Wines, Liquors and Segars.
SELECT GOODS always in store, and
never offered for salo LESS THAN
Main Sired and (terrais Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREUDER
P^Q HULK. A, Ji and C SUGARS.
10 hhds. and bbls. Brown SUGARS.
Cloarand Ribbed SIDES.
5 hhds. MOLASSES.
10 bbl?. SYRUP.
BAGGING, Cunny and Dundoo.
73 ceils ROPE.
Manilla Rope, of five different qualities.
Grcenleaf and Jute Homp Hope.
Satt, at market price.
Colgate's Common and Fancy Soaps.
STARCH, of various brands.
Adamantino and Parafino Candios.
Bio and Java Coffees.
Cheese, Raisins, Almonds, ?Vc.
A full stock on hand, and not above the
market price. Tho public aro invited to
examino tho stock.
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
Nov 9 Main utreot, Columbia, S. C.
JUST opened, a large assortment of
fresh GARDEN SEED -Philadelphia
consisting of :
Tomatoes, Spinach, Radish,
. Parship, Celery, Beets,
Okra, Peas, Beans,
Rod and Wliitc Onion Setts.
At wholesale and retail, at
_Decl_ DB. C. IL MIOT'S Drug_Storo1_
JUST OPENED, a largo assortment of
Low's and John Gosnell A Co.'s ENG?
LISH HAIRBRUSHES, at
_Pit. C. H.'MIOT'S Drug Store.
ONE case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for sal?
at_MIOTJS DRUG STORE.
INDIA RUBBFR, BUFFALO and IVORY
COMBS, at C. H. MIOT'S
Oct 17 Drug Store.
I fOSTETTER'S BITTERS.
McLean's Strength's Cordial.
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters.
Perry Davis' Pain Filler.
Hooliand's.German Lit tors.
Rad way's Relief.
Sandford's Liver Invigorated"
White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
Opium, Blue Masn.
Sulphur, ('roam of Tart ai
Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Seed.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
Together with a large assortment of
such articles as aro generally kept in first
class drug stores. DR. C. H. MIOT,
Sept 1 Druggist and Chemist.
NEW GOO BS
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER.
Pearson's Hair Rejuvonator.
Ayer;s Cherry Pectoral.
Brown's Bronchial Troches. For salo at
Du. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
REGARDLESS OF COST ?
j. nu & co.,
?tween Plain and Washington,
Offer their largo and well selected stock of
ly ry CJ-ooclts,
f Tn-i'tl ware ,
1 JmbretUi ss,
AT AND HELOAV COST.
Call Soon and See lor Yourselves.
j. suLZBAtmm & co.
Oct 24 2mo
Nfc It?ce, ( heese, Liipuors, ?cc.
By LEVIN & PEIXOTTO.
i Filis (Friday) MORNING, 7Ui inst., at 10
o'clock, wo will sell, at our storo, without
0 tierces new Bice, direct from tho mill,
? JO hoses superior Cheese,
I 5 l)oxes very superior French Brandy
? ._."> hexes Segars, various brands,
I Tobacco, Pipas, Cutlery,
I - Fancy Millinery Goods, woolen Hose.
Shoes, Hair and < lothcs Brushes, Ac.
j Salo positive. J >ec 0
('argo Sale of Culia Molasses, Museovado
Sugar, French Vinegar, Claret Wine,
Garnacha Wine, Sherry Wine, Spanish
Garlic, Jellies, Marmalades, Ghrystalized
'Fm il, Preserved Fruits, Nougat, Spanish
Chocolate, Curacao, Morraschino, Ha?
vana Segars and Smoking Tobacco, ex
brig Cast?lian, from Matanzas, Cu?n:.
By HENRY C0B1A & CO.
ON TUESDAY, 11th instant, will bo sold,
on Accommodation Wharf, Charleston,
S. C., at ll o'clock a. m., alongside Vi e
brig Cas titian,
?1 hogsheads Bright Cuba Molasses,
12 cypress bbls. " " *'
Cb hogsheads primo Muscovado Sugar,
32 " fair to good "
And immediately afterwards, at Messrs.
Salas A Co.'s store, US East Bay,
10 demijohns French White Wine Vinegar,
5 kegs French Bed Wine Vinegar,
50 boxes Clarifd Claret, Ca tal ognia Wino
20 quarter casks " "
5 kegs Garnacha Wine,
10 boxes genuine Sherry Wine,
lo doz. jugs Curacao, finest tptality,
5 I oitles Marraschino, " "
50 strings Spanish Carlie,
0 doz. hexes, 2 lb.. Guava Jelly, ?
C doz. boxes, 2 tb.. Guava Mar
12 doz. boxes, 1 lb., (?nava Jolly,
?2 doz. boxes, 1 lb., Guava Mar?
2\ doz. boxes, \ lb., Guava Jolly,
24 doz. boxes, A lb., Guava Mar?
48 doz. boxes, ? lb.. Guava, Julie,
48 doz. boxes, ? lb., Guava Mar?
2 tin boxes, 40 lb., Quince Mar?
malade, ; LaDo
C doz. boxes, -1 lb., Chrystulizcd mini
12 doz. boxes, li lb., Chrystalizcd brand
12 doz. boxes, 1 lb., Havana Nou?
12 doz. boxe s, 1 lb., French Nou?
10 doz. bottles Spanish Pre?
10 doz. bottles Cuban Preserved
100 lbs. Spanish Cocoa Chocolate. I
100 lbs. Spanish Cocoa Chocolate,
No. 4, I
22 pairs French China Flower Vases.
And immediately afterwards,
125,000 genuine Havana Segars, directly
imported, of the following justly celebrated
8,000 Damas Jenny Lind,
10,000 La Valentina,
14.000 Damas Mediano Jenny Lind,
24,000 " Fino Jenny Lind,
(5,000 " Flor MataV Garcia,
10,000 " lino Rio Hondo,
4,000 Elegantes Niagara,
0,00.0 " Jenny Li nil,
21,000 Reinitas Rio Hondo,
j S,000 Trabucos Jenn}* Lind,
3,000 Regalia do la Reina, Mata y Garcia,
5,000 Brevas Jenny Lind,
3,000 Whole Regalia La Valentina,
?5,000 Regalia Britannia La Valentina,
?500 packages. 1 lb., Spanish Smoking
G bags, GO lb., Spanish Smoking Tobacco.
CONDITIONS.-All sums under $700, cash;
from $700 to $1,500, 15 days: from $1,500 to
$2,500, 30 days; and over $2,51 0, 45 days,
for approved endorsed note. Dec 7 2
Direct Importation from Cuba-300,000 .SV
gars, Wine, Urandy, Hum, Guaca Jelly,
By CLIFFORD & MATHE WES,
WILL bo sold, on TUESDAY, 18th instant,
at IL? o'clock, at storo 71 East Bay,
Charleston, S. C.,
Tho following well known and favorite
brands of SEGARS, Ac:
20,000 Regalia do la Reina,
25,000 Regalia Chica,
30,000 Media Regalia Brit?nica,
70,000 Media Conchas do Regalia,
500 Media Regalia,
400 lbs. Smoking Tobacco, in 1 and * lb.
50 bags Smoking Tobacco, 40 to 75 H.s.
Tho above aro branded "Young Ameri?
ca," and warranted by F. Lopez A Co.,
Segar Manufacturers, in Havana.
700 gallons Sherry Wino, in 15 to G2 gal?
200 gallons Jamaica Rum, in Kl to 00 gal
1 lon casks,
50 gallons Brandy, in 25 gallon casks,
G half pipes Catalonia (Claret) Wine, G2
2 pipes Madeira Wino,
200 dozen Guava Marmalade and Jolly.
Tho above aro rnported direct from
Cuba, and will bc 3< id in lots to suit pur?
TEBMS.-All sums under $500, cash; over
$500 and under $1,000, notes at 30 days,
with interest and approved security; over
$1,000, notes at GO days, with interest and
approved security. Pee 7
Choice Lot Shrubbery, Eoses, &c.
WE offer at private sale, now in fine
growing condition, a choice lot of
EVERGREENS and ROSES, MAGNOLIA
GRANDIFLORA, Pyramidal Cypress, Triai?
Juniper, Golden Arborvitae, ?fee. Apply t>.
LEVIN & MI KELL,
Corm r Richardson and Taylor sta.
. Dec 6_ _
Pure Peruvian Guano.
THE subscribers have been appointed
agents for tho salo of the ubovo FER?
TILIZER from thc importers, and will sell
at New York prices, with expenses added.
For further particulars, appivto
LEVIN & MIKELL,
Corner Richardson and Tavlor ats.
Lime, Cernent, Plaster Paris.
V/tTE have in storo, and Hhall keep con
W stantly on hand, a full stock of tho
above, and offer to contractors and build?
ers, and those iu want of tho above, great
inducements. Apply to
LEVIN A MIKELL,
Corner Richardson and Taylor sis.
-t ?\ 1IIIDS. primo Sugar House MO?
JA J LASSES.
2d bbls. prime Sugar House Molasses.
Just received and for sale low by
_Oct 10 J. & T. B. AGNEW.
Almonds, Raisins, Currants.
JUST received, a complete assortmfcnt of
ALMONDS, RAISINS, CURRANTS,
PRUNES, CITRON, Ac
Nov 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW.