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Cable Despu teins.
fcSTCH, January 13.-A motion hay been
introduced into the Hungarian Diet de-'
daring that tlic decrees lately issued fer a |
re-organization of the army is void, and
all who order its execution shall be pun-,
ished for treason.
BORDEAUX, Jnnuary !?. -The . French
bark Erizeava, Captain Bertrand, whichj
sailed from Xcw Orleans on Nov. nib T 19,
foi this port, went ashore in Ui< uir*mde, I
and became a total wreck.
LONDON, January 13.-The London Globe j
has an editorial in which it says the East?
ern question has become so pressing that
it demands thc immediate attention of Eu?
ropean powers, lt ia thc opinion of the
Globe that a general conference of leading
powers will be proposed on the Bubjcet.
Advices from thc East report licit an in?
surrection id on thc point of breaking "Ut
? report from Madrid etat? :- that Gari?
baldi luis gone to the Island ol' Candia.
1'AKIS, January 13-Evening.-Bopor ta
from the blast state that a ministerial cri?
sis has taken placo at Constantinople, and
also that thc l'ope has recalled his ambas?
sador from Athens, lt ia also reported
that a large number <?f reinforcements for
thc tiree); insurgents have been landed in I
Candia, from (?reek ships, and that thc
Cretans :uv receiving frosh supplies of
FLORENCE, January IL-The difficulty
bojtween Italy anfl Turkey relative to i nc J
Italian steamer which was ?ired upon by I
thc forces of the Porte" has been amicably
PAWS, January tl Noon.-There is a
vagua rumor ailoat, but not confirmed,
that a desperate pl->t to assassinate thc
Emperor Napoleon has be n discovered
and frustrated by the officials.
ST. PETEKSBCUO, January ll Thc <!
vernmcnt of Kassia has ordered a general
umncsly for alf offences committed by the
newspaper press* of the Empire.
BERNE, January H.-The Swiss Govern
mont has under consideration a proposi?
tion to prohibit the people of Switzerland
frnm joining thc Pope's anny.
LIVERPOOL, January 14.-Tho Thomas
Humphrey, which cleared from this pori
for New York, was lost at sea, near Holy
head, Wales, a few days since. All on I
board, except tho captain and ono man.
MADRID, January l-l. - Thc revolutionary
junta, having its headquarters herc, has
just issued a 6trong and stirring address
to thc people.
WASHINGTON, January 13.-The opinion
of the Supreme Court of tho United States,
to bc delivered to-morrow, is based on the
question presented in thc cases, exparte,
of Marr, of Louisiana, and Carland, of
Arkansas, who, having participated with
thc South in the late war, a.-k to be re?
admitted to practice at thc bar of that tri?
bunal, and involving more particularly tho
constitutionality of the law extending to
attorneys in United States Courts the pro?
visions <d' tho Act of July, which requires
a test oath of civil, military and naval ofli
cers, with penalties for perjury.
WASHINGTON, January H.-Advices re?
ceived herc from Europe state that a lar^c
quantity of Government securities will be
returned to this country by thc next steam?
ers. Tho business community there is
becoming weary of such investments since
the threatened impeachment que?tion
Stanton, it is said, ha ?? been supcenaed
as a witness before the House Judiciary
Committee in the matter of impeachment
of thc President.
The President has nominated Senator
Cowan, of Pennsylvania, as Minister to
Austria. His terni in the Sonate expires in
Associate Justice: Field, to-day, delivered
the opinion of the Fluted States Supreme
Court in the Missouri te.-t oath case. John
Cummins, a Roman Catholic Priest, who
was indicted for preaching and teaching
without taking thc oath prescribed by thc
Constitution of that S.t.ite, bein;'; tho plain?
tiff in error. Thocojurt decides that the
test oath, ia this case, is unconstitutional,
being in tho nature ot'punishment without
trial, and inuits character ex post facto, and
as a bi" bf attainder. Tho judgment of
j^r^> c. aft below is reversed, with directions
thc plaintiff .shall depart without de
r l.iy. Associate Justice Field also delivered
au* opinion of tho court in thc cx-parte
cases of Garland and Marr, who. having
taken a part in thc rebellion, ask to bc re?
admitted to practico. Tho court held that,
as tho statute imposoa a punishment which
may not have berni pun is hablo at tho time
Cue offence was committed, it is in its na?
ture an cy post facto law. Attorneys arc
not officers of thc United States-they are
officers of tho court, and hold their office's
during good behavior. The court is not
the register of tho edicts of any other
power. Thc applicants obtained a pardon
from [ho President, which relieves from
thc consequences of offence, and makes
the citizen, in the eye of the law, what ho
was before it was committed. Congress
cannot limit thc prerogative of mercy
cannot bo fettered by legislative restric?
tion. lt followed that tho prayer of tho
petitioner must be granted, and also the
petition of Mr. Marr. The rule which ro
cpiires attorneys to take the test oath must
ba rescinded, and tho order is mado ac?
cordingly. Associato Justice Miller, for
himself," Chief Justice Chaso and Asso?
ciates Swayne and Davis, read a dissenting
WASHINGTON, January 14. -In tho So
nato, Mr. Iiamaoy presented a petition
asking for an appropriation for tho im?
provement of tho Mississippi Uiver; which
was referred to tho Committee on Com?
Mr. Howe presented a petition for re?
construction on thc basis of equal rights.
Several petitions were presented urging
thc passage of tho tariff bili.
In the House, tho following were pre?
sented: A bill declaring forfeiture of cer?
tain privileges of citizenship for acts of
rebellion against the United States, and |
providing for restoration of those privi- I
leges in certain cases; referred to the Judi?
ciary Committee. A bill to establish civil
Governments in tho States lately in rebel?
lion; referred to the Committee on Itecon
s tr net ion.
The Committee on Territories have in?
structed :". shh y to report his amendment
to tho bill to re-establish civil Government
in North Carolina, as a substitute for Ste?
vens', now before the House.
A bill was introduced and referred to thc
Committee of Ways and Means, to repeal
so mindi of the Internal Revenue Act
imposes a tax on unmanufactured cotton.
Mr. Loan, of Missouri, delivered a speech
on Kclso's resolutions to impeach tho Pre?
sident; in which ho made the usual charge
of usurpation, etc., indulged in by radical
Mr. Cook, of Illinois, reported from the
Committee on the Judiciary, achill amend
in,' that portion of tho law" approved Feb
roary 21, 1864, which authorized the Secre?
tary of War to appoint commissioners in
each of thu loyal slave States, to award
compensation to owners of colored volun?
teers, so as to suspend the powers ami
compensation of said commissioners. Tho
hill was passed.
A resolution was adopte,1. ^ trine it to
be thc duty of the Govprntu >.: giving
effect to tlie manifest wish o. .. nation,
by declaims against the further Luipori -
lion of c lolies in this hemisphere, or ju
the adjacent islands.
Tlie Senate was engaged in the ilia le?
sion of p. bid lo regulate the tea ure pf
office. Adjourned without vote.
? o ?
I.-it; Sews from Euroiii .
Nsw V'o:.;. January 14. The et .-unter
ManhaUan, with European dates lo the
2 1 and " i instant, has arrived.
Tho returns of revenue of Great Urbain
for thc year wen: nf that satisfactorv na?
ture that tho Unies anticipates that Dis
raoli will have to deal with a urplus of
about a million and- trfrec-quarters ster?
ling. The 'li.iv s says Um year 1SC7 bringa
peace as a new-year's gift to Europe, nt. ',
financially, never did a year open with b? t
The Emperor Napoleon, in his address
to thc Diplomatic body, on thc 1st, said:
"The opening oT tho new year furnishes
me an opportunity of expressing mr wishes
for thc stability o'f thrones and the pros?
perity of luttions. 1 hope that wc aro en?
tering upon a new era of peace and con
ciliation, and that tho universal exhibition
will contribute towards calming passions
and drawing closer tho general inter?s t.'"
COMMERCIAL. AND FINANCIAL.
NEW Yon;;. Jannarv J-J Noon. Monev
7 per cent. Gold 34V. Exchange sixtv
days 94@9J; sight lt?'. Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat steady. Com dull
and nominally unchanged. Pork quiet ai
steady. Cotton quiet, at 34A@35 for mi
7 P. M.-Cotton Ies< active-sales COO I
hales; middling uplands 34'@35. Flour
dull and hcavv, at 10c. lower-State l.KiO
?12.50; Ohiofirstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat duli and
drooping. Pork closed heavy -new mess
$20?rt?2U.>. Rice in good demand and
higher-Carolina 10@10A. Spirits C7@68.
Rosin 4Art;: 10. t ho demand for money was
more active to-day, hut. all first class bor- 1
rowers were supplied at 7 on rall. There
was a rumoren thc street to-day that thc
Government was soon to pay off the co
pound noted with greenbacks, w hich would
certainly cause greater ease in mon
The Treasury will to-morrow commence to
disburse 59,000,000 as interest on seven
thirties. (?old advanced to 34|.
LIVERPOOL, January 14-Evening. The
cotton market closed very dull, and the
day's sales reached about 0,000 bales. Ni
withstanding the dullness, prices ol' mid?
dling uplands remain linn, at FLjd.
Columbia Wholesale Price* Current.
j; Y FISHER & LOWRANCE.
APPLES -Per bushel.SI 75
RAGGING-Gunnv, per vard..
Dundee '"' . 3r;
DALE ROPE Manilla, per lb. 25
N. y.or West, pr lb.. 20
BACON Hams, per lb.lSe:20
Sides " .17@1S
Shoulders, " .15@16
BUTTER Northern, per lh. 50
Country, " . 0-3
BRICKS-Per 1,000 . 7 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch.. 2 50??2 75
COTTON-Ordinary, per ll).
Middling. " . 32
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.itirtj?O
Adamantine, " . SO
Tallow, " . 20
COFF ' -Rio, per lb.2Srt7.:>0
Lagnayra, " . 40
Java, * " . 50
CHEESE English Dairv, per lb.. 25
Skimmed, " ... 20
COHN F. r bushel. 1 G0@1 70
FLOUR -Super., per bbl. 12 0U
Extra Family. 18 00
BAY Northern, per cwt. 2 00
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES-Drv, per lb. 15
Green, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 25
LARI) -Per lb. 18
LUMBER -Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling', " .
.Shingle.-, per 1,000.
LIME -Per bbl...
MO!-ASSl's Cuba, per gallon. 70
New Orleans, " . I 25
Sugar House. ?... 1 25
NAILS Per keg. 8 00
ONIONS -Per bushel. i <>0
OIL -Kerosene, per gallon. 1 00
Sperm, " .- 2 25
PEAS -Per bushel. 1 75
POTATOES Irish, per bushel- 2 01)
Sweet, " . 1 00
RICE-Carolina, per bushel.
East India, ".
SPECIE-Gold. 1 35
. Silver. 1 30
SALT -Liverpool, per sack . 3 50
Tabbi, '. . 5 00
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 19
Powdered, " . 20
Brown. " .12i@18
SPIRITS - Alcohol, per gallon. G 00
Cognac brand v, " . 9 00
Domestic " * " . 3 00
Holland Gin, " . 8 00
American " " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum, " . G 00
N. E. " " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, . 3 00
Monongahela " . 5 00
Rectified " . 3 0U
STAUCH-Per lb. 15
TEA-Green, per lb.1 50@2 25
Black, " .1 50?2 00
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.30 @ 100
Smoking, " .50 @ 75
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 75
Cider, " . 75
French, " .? 1 50
WINE-Champagne, per basket.253/135 00
Port, per gallon. 4 50
Sherry, " . 5 00
Madeira, " . 5 00
MEATS- -rorie, per lb. 15
Mutton. " . 12i
POULTRY-Turkcvs, per pair. 3 00
Ducks*, " . 1 00
Chickens, " . 75
Geese. " . 1 25
TORT OF CHARLESTON. JAN. 14.
Steamship Moneka, Lobby, New York.
Steamship Falcon, Recd, Baltimore.
Sehr. Charlotte Brown, New York.
WEST TO SKA YESTERDAY. .
Steamship Saragossa, New York.
Steamship Whirlwind, Philadelphia.
ni\ BUSHELS, in store and for sale b
?JV/ Nov 9 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Ai ike Sign of ttic Golden Pad-Lock.
AYU LL assortment of Table and Pocket
CUTLERY, SCISSORS, Ac., in store
and for sale low by JOHN C. DIAL.
P KN N SYIiVA NIA S KS ATOKSHIP-TlIAD.
STEVENS SJTCUUJBJEIX-A despatch from
Philadelpkia/dated January 10, says:
"The Republican ?Senatorial caucus
met at S ojclock, la ft evening, and
remained in session nearly an hour,
and on tho first ballot Simon Came?
ron was nominated. Every thing was
quiet and orderly. Tho volo was as
I follows: Cameron AC, Curtin 23, Ste?
vens 7. Grow 5. The two Lancaster
Senators did not go into tho caucus.
On tho motion of one of Carlin's
friends, tho nomination was mude
The prevailing convictiou among
experienced lookers-on at the capital
is that 11 io present session of Con?
gress will l>o chiefly engrossed by
polities. Little will be accomplished
iii Hie way of practicable legislation.
The tariff, in all probability, will be
plentifully discussed without any de
tin i te results It is almost certain
that, nothing will be done with the
currency question to disturb the ex?
The dry goods trade in New York
is quiet, with but few sales. The
market, notwithstanding Hie extreme
lethargy, is in a healthy condition,
and thc future is looked forward to
with milch hope, but without much
speculation . as to when Hie sering
trade will open. Few believe in a
heavy trade during the year, buta
healthy tone is expected.
There is much excitement in Ea '
ern Maryland over the attempts o
to make Gov. Swann Senator by a
repeal of the lav making it necessary
to take one Senator from the Eastern
shore, and several papers of that sec?
tion are favoring the. formation of a
new State from Delaware and the
East Virginia Counties in ease it is
Flour IN TUE NEW YoitK Cot Ncir,.
A lively scone occurred at the Leard
of Councilmen of New York, on the
afternoon of the lUtb instant. Thc
accounts aro exceedingly conllieting,
but agree that a light transpired. Au
ink-stand was thrown at President
Brinkman, who was subsequently
arrested for drawing a pistol.
The Tall Mall Gazelle savs'ul ladies'
"The robe that is de.sli;c ci io be
the hattie mode this present winter is
the robe <t queue, with its straight,
narrow skirt clinging close to the
figure, and with a long, sweeping
A correspondent from Munich says
that if the rumored alliance between
Lavar?a and Prussia is true, it is like
the lying down of the lamb and the
lion together, only that Lavar?a, the
lamb, would lie down inside of the
Tho valuation of property, real and
personal, in New York city, has risen
from 825,000,000, in 1805, to $7ol3,
088,058; while thc real value is about
81,000,009,000, or a thirtieth part of
the property of Great "Britain.
The banking capital of New York
city is over'i.OOl',000,000, and the
transactions at the clearinghouse for
tho year ending October 1, were
Mr. Gladstone was at Lome study?
ing and commenting on ihr works of
Ben.-Bailer is of Northern extrae-j
Hon, Southern detraction and no
The petroleum works at Calcasieu,
La., are said to be nourishing.
Mil. JACOIi LEVIN will act as my At
lornw daring r iv absence from tee
State. J. C. LYONS.
Columbia, S. C., January ll, 1SC7.
.ian tr. :? _*_
" ESTATE 3??TICE.
4 LL persons having demands against
ii. JOHN BATES, deceased, will' hand
them in", legally attested; and ail persons
indebted to thc estate will make payment
to thc Executors, at Gadsden P. "<)., or
Kingsville, Richland District, bv Express.
JOHN S. PATES,
Jan 15 tnl3 Executors.
By Jiis Excellency JAMES L. ORR, Go?
vernor ami Commander-in-Chief in and
over thc State of South Carolina.
WHEREAS information has been re?
ceived at this office that a wilful
murder was committed bv FREDERICK
K. OLIVER, on the body bf JIM, (freed?
man,) in thc town of Oraogoburg, on ?Lo
6th of August last, and that thc said Oliver
has fled from justice:
Now, know ye, that I, JAMES L. ORD,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over tho State aforesaid, in order that tho
said Oliver may be brought to trial and
condign punishment, do hereby offer a re?
ward of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS for
bia arrest and safe delivery in any jail in
Said Oliver is about twenty-four years of
age, live feet and nine inches high, dark
hair and i ves, sallow complexion, front
teeth dark' and somewhat decayed; and
weighs about ono hundred and forty
In testimony whereof, I have, hereunto
set my hand and caused the great
goal of thc State to be affixed, at Co?
lumbia, this eleventh day of Janua?
ry, in tho year of our Lord one thou?
sand eight hundred and sixty-seven,
and in tho ninety-first year of tin.'
independence of tho United State ; o?
JAMES L. ORR. Governor.
WM. R. HUXTT, Secretary of State. .
Jan 15 3
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A.*.F.'. M.".
A Regular Communication of tins
Lodgo will !>o lula THIS (Tues?
day J EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at
'ahnet to Lodge Hall.
Tho F. C. Degree will he conferred.
Bv order of the W. M.
Jan 15 I. SUU?BACHER, Secretary.
H. E. Grand Royal Areli Chapter
of South Carolina.
THE ANNUAL GRAND CONVO
y CATION of this Most Excellent
'N Grand Chapter will be holden a*
Masonic Hall, Charleston, on TUESDAY.
February 12, 1SG7, at hi m. Tho annual
election of Grand Officers will then hf held,
in addition to the consideration of impor?
tant business, requiring tho punctual and
general attendance of the (?rand Officers
and Delegates from Subordinate Ch ap ti rs.
Dy order of thc M.E.Grand High Fliest.
Jan 15 I'l ?H Grand Secret arv.
"VTEW CROP GARDEN SEEDS, in gre
JLT variety and quantity, for sale bv
dan 13 * E. & G. D. HO'PE.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
mHE copartnership of .!. M BIG i IAN A
JL CO. was dissolved bv mutual consent
on tho 10th instant.
Jan l:: 3* T. A. WILBUR.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
Of al! Rinds,
Just Rec ived at
E. E. JACKSON'S.
ANOTHER FAIR OFFER
Prices Reduced Lower Than Erer/J
C. F. JACKSON
4 NNOUNCES to his numerous pairons
XJL that he bas made a reduction in tlio
prices of all his Goods, as he is DETER?
MINED TO SELL CHEAP.
Clothing- and Hats at Cost ! !
TH1*. DRAYTON S AND DAVENANTS,
a Story of the K iglish Civil Wars. Bv
"Gotta Scbonber ; Fat iib. * '
i Mary, thc lUnd-mc'd ?.: the Lord. By
i - 'lue :i .libers.
Tho Merchant ni ;'. /.in, by Maulbach,
author of "Jose),h II." and "Frederick thc
( .ri at's Court."
Out of Town: bv Barry (ir.iv.
History of a Mouthful of Bread, Ac, Ac.
Thoughts on Personal Religion; by Goul
hourn -cheap and fine editions.
At Odds; by author of "Quite."
! What thu Moon Saw: by ii ans Anderson.
I And a new supplv cf "Diarh s," for ISO".
Fer sale at
Me t'A RTER't? BO I ?K-STOKE,
Opposite Columbia Law Range.
Jan 13 R. L. BRYAN.
JOHN PRESTON, Jr.,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity.
Office on Law Range.
Jan 12 Imo*
Teas ! Teas ! !
A T VERY HIGH PRICES.
Thc very best that can bc had. Ju.- I re?
ceived bv" FISHER A LOWRANCE.
CCAROLINA and RANGOON, at very low
j prices, by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Jan 12 __
PURE LEAF LARD,
IN 100-POUND PACKAGES, at very low
rates, bv FISHER A LOWRANCE.
WINES, WHISKIES, &c.
k N ASSORTMENT of tho BEST and
il. POOREST, at pri?es to ph aso.
Jan 12 FISHER A LOjVRANCE.
rpHE creditors thc late Colonel J.
X Foster Marsha!! arc request) d to mee!
at Abbeville Court House, on tho 5ih of
FEBRUARY next, at 12 o'clock. A punc?
tual attendance is verv desirable?
E. A. MARSHALL. Executrix.
J. W. W. MARSHALL, Ex'or.
j Jan 12
11H AT DESIRABLE HOUSE, South?
west corner Bickens and Richland
I streets, oopositc Messrs. Ford & Thomp
I son's Academy, containing five upright and
j two attic rooms, with a cooking apartment
in basement. Servants' rooms, Carriage
House, Stable, and other out-buildings, on
tho premises. Inquire at this office, or at
the residence. Jan 10
Buckwheat Flour, and Syrup.
-I f\ barrels fresh-hulled BUCKWHEAT
290 gallons SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP.
Jan_9_E. A G. D. HOPE.
White Corn and Oats.
^ 200 1UORN 1 GII0ICR WUITE
300 bushels PRIME OATS.
_??I?J? _ _E- & G- D-JiOPE^
English Dairy Cheese, and Butter.
FIFTY boxes English Dairy and Cutting
5 kegs CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
Fer sale low. E. A G. D. HOPE.
Virginia Family Flour.
FIFTY bbls. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
_ Jan 9
A LARGE BRICK HOUSE, on tho
Mcorner of Marion and Laurel streets.
Has ten comfot i able rooms, furnished
with gas. (Jood out-buildings and a line
garden. Apply to /
Dee 30 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
CHEESE! CHEESE! !
ONE THOUSAND lbs. in store, at who!
sale and retail.
Dee :'* J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
0,000 LBS. LARD !
1" N store and for sale at cost
Dee 7 JOHN C. SE?GERS ft CO.
CASKS Sugar-cured HAMS, at low rat e.
Dec 2H J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
Professor of Music,
gs MR. JOS. II AKT DENCK,
s^ffi+J&iProfessor of Music, will give
??? ? ? "lessons on Piano and Violin.
Tri nis made Known un. application at bis
residence, Camden [orTaylor) street, near
Charlotte Depot. " Jan S Imo*
A COMFORTABLE DWELLING
-,r?* HOUSE, "ii Bickens street, between
laLLadv and Washington streets. For
tc--os, Ac. apj ir to
Jail 8 JAMES BROWN.
tjfcl! A DESIRABLE COTTA? i B RESI
^"-DENCE, with lour room: and garret,
situated in :i healthy portion of thc citv
and near to thc business part. Terms will
bc maile accommodating. Apply to
Oct Ost H AN Ali AN & WARLEY.
? USO, -.i iargc stock of SCHOOLBOOKS,
f\. in English, Patin, Greek and the
Modern Languages. For sale at
< )pp< sato Conn House, Columbia.
Jan 3 R. P. PKYAN.
^ HAVING opened my office
ilv^SSSSs* permanently in Columbia,]
;|j-t^if^p^?. may be found at ail hours at
^ -'-XXJL.O' The rooms over K. C. Ander?
son's store, on Main street.
Jan 5 H. r. GREGG.
.4 CONSIGNMENT of FIRST-RATE N.
IX. C. BUCKWHEAT, which wc offer, by
thc bag,.at ?ti per 100 pounds, or, by tho
quantity, al lower rates.
RICHARD O'NEAJ.E & SON.
Jan 3 \G
I710U SALE, 7"> CORDS of DRY OAK
* and PINE WOOD; at yard, or deli?
RICHARD O'NEALE & SON.
_Jan :l \r, _
THE BARGE AND COMMODIOUS
MNEW BRICK WARE-HOUSE, under
Janncy's Hall, measuring IOU by 32
feet. Also, a Store, next door to the Post
Office, 4.9 by ?S2 feet, with two .oems in tho
rear, measuring20 by 22 feet. Also; tho
Law Office adjoining tho P< st Office, rc
cently occupied by Mr. Sh and. Applv at
tho Fest Office. " Jan 5 "ts
Lessons in German and French,
AND the LATIN and CREEK CLASS '
ICS, on moderate terms, (to pupils ?
singly or in classes, in families or schools, ) j
by a Professor of long experience in Eng?
land and on the continent of Europe.
Address, by post, "P. S., Esq., Colum?
bia, S. C." A privato tutorship might bc
accepted. Jan 1 fG _
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
On hand and beincr constantly rceei cd
by GEO. W. PAUKER,
Corner Main and Camden Hts.
Nov 21 2mo
Land for Rent.
TH KEE OR FOUR HUNDRED ACRES
of COOD COTTON AND PROVISION
LAND for rent, six miles below Columbia,
on the Bluff Road, embracing Congarcc
low-grounds, and abutting on the South
Carolina Railroad, near Hampton's Turn
A FIRST-CLASS GIN-HOUSE, 50 by 34
feet, Cotton Press, and a Clemons ABrown
Oin, have Just been put np.
A COMFORTABLE COTTAGE, ami every
necessary building, and abundant mule
power, on the. place.
Upwards of sixty acres are SOWED IN
WHEAT and OATS.
Possession given by 1st of February, or
proposals for a joint interest in this year's
planting- will be entertained.
Address Kev Box 36, Columbia P. O.
_ Jan 9 C
Finest Assortment of Toilet Articles.
HAIR BRUSHES, Tooth Brushes, Co?
lognes, Lubin's Extracts, Soaps, fine
Perfumery, Powders. Puffs and Poxes,
Conies, French Pomades, Cosmetics, Ele?
gant Hair Preparations, for rest .iring grey
hair to black, restoring its growth and em?
bellishing thc hair: Hair Dyes. For sale by
Dec 16 FISHER ft HEINITSH. _
CHEAP SOAP A A i) STARCH. 1
mURPENTINE Si ?AP,
1 rale Bar
Diamond Starch, Concentrated Pvc,
Wa.-bing Soda. For salo by
FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggist a.
Toothache Cured in Ons Minute.
rililE most violent toothache relieved in
JL one minute. For sale by
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
HARVEY'S ITCH OINTMENT !
IT cures Itch in twenty-four hours. IL
cures all kinds of Itch-Barber's Itch,
(.lamp Itch, Tetter Itch, Pile Itch, Scald
head Itch. For sah; by
FISHER & HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
PURE KEROSENE OIL-bcst quality
cheapest light-no smell-no smoke
at wholesale and retail-low price-at
FISHER A HEENFISH'S
Dec 1 Drug Store.
FIVE HUNDRED pounds pure SALT?
PETRE, for curing beef. Use the best;
it is thc cheapest. Get it at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
Dec 1 Drug Store.
Cooking Soda and Cream Tartar !
PERFECTLY pure and suitable for cook?
ing purposes. Also, pure Ground
Spices. Pepper. Cinnamon, Ginger, Flavor
f Extracts Lemon, Celery, Vanilla, Al?
mond. At FISHER & HEINITSH'S
Dec 1 Drug Store.
"BEWARE OF THAT COUGH!"
THE changing seas is productive of
many afflictions Oi the lungs and
throat. ? small cough is thc voice of na?
ture telling you !. beware of the danger of
a neglected cough. For all kinds (d'cough
and affections of the lungs, usc "STAN?
LEY'S COUGH SYRUP." H will.ure you.
Begin at once. Don't defay. GotoFISHER
it HEINITSH, and ask for 'Manley's."
They arc the proprietors. Nov 9
The Two-Shilling Cough Remedy!
ACOMBINATION of Viki Cherry and
Tar. A valuable cough cure - for con?
sumption, coughs, colds, asthma, influenza,
catarrh and all lung diseases. Only 2o
cents a bottle. For side by
FISHER A. HEINITSH. Pharmacists. _
BI KD SEED, i * .reived ?nd for sale
-aw ??mun II-g-?am mi?m\ m -n
By LEVii? & PEIXOTTO.
Tills (Tuesday) MORNING, at our store,
Sundry articles of Furniture, amone,
which arc a fine s( tt of Cottage, consist?
Wardrobe, Bedstead, Wash-Stand,
Dressing Bureau ami Chairs.
The Crame Store Building and lease, o?
Washington Street,?adjoining A. Palmer's
tin establishment. The leas.; lias threo
years p, rnn. gaic positive. Jan 15 2
1>? CONSENT of heirs, we will sell, at
) PUBLIC AUCTION, tho following
property of the Estate of John Bates, de
coasi d, on TUESDAY, thc 2tith instant, at
ll o'clock a. m.: At the Poa Ridg"Planta?
tion, all thc Household and Kit. hon Fur
niture, a large lot of Hogs. Cattle, Sheep,
and a im.-buggy and Harness.
And, on tho ?lay following, at the Whilc
cotton Plantation, a large "lot of Hogs and
Cattle, and ;; large quantity of linc Potatoes.
TERMS OF SALB.-AU sums under $100,
cash; on- MUMS above $100, notes, with ap?
proved security, at twelve months from
dab', with int. rest annually.
JOHN S. BATES,
Jan15 12 Executors.
Heal Ks!,tlc at Prjcalc Sale.
By LEVIN & PEIXOTTO.
"\?7"E offer for sale, on accommodating
VT terms, one Lot on Lumber street,
bounded.bv Wayne, on thc corner; 52 feot
front, running back 158.
1 Lot adjoining the above-52 feet front
br 153, on which there is a good COTTAGE
BUILDING, Ac, adjoining Mrs. Gibbes.
1 Lot, <rii Wayne street, between Lum?
ber and Upper streets-100 feet by 101.
2 Lots, on Utiper street, each 52 feet,
fronting the same by 158, in rear of thc
above. For particulars, apply at our Auc?
tion Room. Jan 13
CAbBAGE! CABBAGE! !
ONE crate prime CABBAGE, for sala
low. at JOHN C. SEEGERS A oo.'s.
XpiYE THOUSAND in store and for sale,
I wholesale and retail.
Dee *2S JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Sausage Cutteis and Stufl'ers.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
TUST ...??rived, a full supply of SAUSAGE
PS CUTTERS and STUFF'ERS, and for
sale ut lo vest prices, bv
Nov S_JOHN C. DIAL.
1 ClCl CHOICE Sugar-cured HAMS, just
JLvyv/ received and for sale at 20 centa
per pound, bv J. & T. R. AGNEW.
BBLS. extra pure KEROSENE OIL,
just received and for Bale by
Dec 2 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Ale and Porter.
ONE HUNDRED dozen London PORTER
anil Edelburg ALE. Just received and
for salo by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
ONE HUNDRED boxes Sperm and Ada?
mantine CANDLES. Just received
and for sale hy J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Sugar and Coffee.
ONE HUNDRED bbls. REFINED SU?
GARS, consisting of Crushed, Pow?
dered, Granulated and Extra Coffee Sugars,
til) bbls. Muscovado Sugars. "
100 bags Rio, Maracaibo and Java Cof?
fees. On hand and for sale at low prices by
Sept 5 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
AFULL assortment of best quality
Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from 8
to 02 inches tn diameter, just received and
for sale low by J. .v T. R. AGNEW.
Plow Steel, Plow Moulds
mEN CHOUSANDlbs. best qualin- FLOW
I STEEL, at 12ic. per pound.
1,000 SWEDES PLOW MOULDS, at 10c.
30,000 lbs. Swedes Plow and Tire Iron.
Together with a full assortment of Tire,
Horse-shoe, Band. Oval, Round, Square,
Hoop, Sheet and Nail Rod Iron, compris?
ing the best assortment in the city and ai
thc lowest eii :i s. On hand and for sale by
Dec it) J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Paints, Qiis, Window Grass.
npHREE THOUSAND lbs. pure WHITE
JL LEAD, ground in oil.
1,000 lbs. St. Louis White Lead, ground
in oil, at 12^ cents ?er pound.
200 gallons boiled and raw Linseed Oil.
Together witb a complete assortment of
Tanners' and Machinery Oils, dry and
ground Faints, Furniture, Coach and Japan
Varnishes, Window Glass, Putty, Paint
Brushes, Varnish, Dusting and Scrubbing
Brushes. For sale at low prices by
Oct 31 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Salmon and Mackerel.
KITS CHOICE SALMON, f >r family usc.
" No. 1 Mackerel, " " "
Jus.t received and for sale by
Doc 2 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
FOR tho information of all concernod,
we state that our terms are CASH BE?
FORE DELIVERY OF GOODS. Orders
sent us from country and elsewhere will
receive no attention unless accompanied
icith cash lo pay thc bill.
Aug 12 J. A T. Tt. AGNEW.
Citron, Carrante, Raisins,
?\ pr BOXES CITRON.
?pj 75 " Raisins, assorted packages.
Together with a full supply of Currants,
Prunes, Soft-Shell Almonds, wholo and
ground Spices, Ac., eonsta*ntlv on band
and for sale low by J. A T. R. AGNEW
Almonds, Raisins, Currants.
TUST received, a complete assortment of
ALMONDS, RAISINS, CURRANTS,
PRUNES, CITRON, Ac.
Nov 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Scales, Scales, Scales.
TUSTrci rived, a supply of TEW SCALES,
Counter Scans and small Flatform
Scales, which will be soldatverylow prices
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Gun and Blasting Powder.
JUST received and for salo low, a com?
plete assortment of Gun, Rule and
Blasting POWDER, in whole, half and
quarter kegs, and in canisters, at wholesale
and retail, at very low prices. Also, Safety
I Fuse, for Blasting. "".,"... n,,,,.mM)
?ST Inquire lor DUPONT S POW)KU
1 it is the best. J-AT. R. AGNEW.