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LONDON, January 17 ~NOOJ. -The reform
party is preparing for another monster
?iotuoustratiou. The affair will come oiYin j
this city on thc 11th of February, and is !
expected to surpass any demonstration of ;
the kind ever made in England.
FKTSU, January 17.-The Hungarian i
Diet, with remarkable unanimity, evince a. 1
design to break their negotiations with ;
Austria, if that Government cor.tinues to .
oppose the wishes of Hungary and insist- j
iug on tho army organization scheme aud |
other measures equally oppressive and !
?Odious to tho iveoido.
WASHINGTON, January 17. -In thc Sc
nate, Mr. Sumner presented thc petition of
Che Texas loyalists asking a Jh publican
?Government for that State.
Thc tenure of office bill taken np.
Sumner spoke, and. during his Sprech,
used words to tho effect, that it was tho
first time ne had a President who was an
enemy to the country. He was called to
order* Tuc Chair decidi d Sumner's words
proper for debate. An appeal was taken,
and the Chair, after a highly exciting de?
bate, was sustained.
In the House, the amendment forbid?
ding the exclusion of witnesses from the
Court ol' Claims because of colorer inte?
rest in the casu wan adopted.
The Ways aud Means Committee ?as in?
structed to inquire into thc expediency of
making tho tariff for silks specific, instead
??f ad ?<ifoVt*M.
"NEW YUKK, January 17. The heaviest
gnow known for years prevails here. The
?mow is already a foot de? p.
WASUI.V.; row, January 17. Greeley spent
an hour with 'he President, urging his
.(Greeley's) suffrage and amnesty plans.
Paine's and Bingham's harangues against
Stevens* bi 7 pxcitfl quite a flutter in radi?
Gov. Orr. ol South Carolina, is ;d Wil?
lt is stated that thc President hits a veto
?prepared for the Territorial suffrage bill.
The House vote lacks three of two-thirds
-on the Nebraska bill. A veto is confidently
John IJ. Langston, a negro,of Otherlanc,
?Ohio, has been admitted to practice in the
Supreme Cnn::. This is thc second in?
Brevet Brig. ("eu. Horace Neide, Special
inspector of Colored Sc hoers, has been
.ordered to South Carolina.
The American Colonization Society has
700 enrolled for Liberia, to leave in thc
NEW ORLEANS. January 17. Col. Sedge
-wiek, of Matambras occupation notoriety,
has been released and restored to bb
regiment al co nun and.
A TEXAS SENSATION.--Thc follow
mg paragraph appeared originally
in the Detroit which is uboir
the dirtiest radical sheet publishcc"
North of Tonnes ;ce:
Senator Roberts, of Texas, paint!
.a horrible picture of affairs in tba
.State. He says that 2,700 frecdmci
have been murdered within a year
and tho persecution of the uufortuu
ate blacks is so fearful that they an
praying for a restoration of slaven
?as a protection against thc murderow
hate of the reconstructed rebels.
The editor of thc Post is said to b<
a deacon in one of the Detroit church
rs, and passes round the hat ever
Sunday to lift a collection to aid ii
the conversion to tho heathen o
Iv Tim PRESIDENT SHOULD HE IW
PEACHED, WHAT THEN?-There seem
to be a universal popular impressio
that if President Johnson should b
impeached and deposed, the Pres:
dent of the Senate, who by law sue
. reeds him, would continue to hoi
the place daring the unexpired po:
Aion of Mr. Johnson's term. This :
? mistake. The sume law which d<
sign?tes tito President of the. Sena!
as tho next in succession when tl
offices of President and Vicc-Prcs
?dent both fall vacant, provides als
for an immediate Presidential clo
tion to fill the two vacant offices.
President Johnson is deposed, v
shall have a new Presidential electii
this year. -Nett York World.
"The European Government a
still arming. France expects to ha
450,003 needle gnus ready for use 1
May next, and Russia has order?
100 cast steel cannon from tho ce]
brated weiks of the Messrs. Krup
at Essen. They arc to bo paid Si-.
COO for each. Bavaria, too, is ar:
iug, having ordered Dincty-six rifi
cannot! iront a Bohemian foundry.
A woman in Nashville, dressed
men's clothes, was arrested twice f
being a woman and discharged, ?
examination, having proved that s
was a mun. Sue was arrested t
third time, and i;. was pi'oven th
she was a woman.
Maynard, after voting toimpea
thc President, bad thc tinparallel
impudence to sit down lo a state di
ncr at thc Executive Mansion, t
COM3IEWCIAL. AMD I''IS A\C I A E.
NEW YORK, J .arv 17-Neon.-?
.T*2. Exchange GO days 9?: sight. 1
flour dull and drooping. Wheal dedin;
and da!!. Corn firm aud quiet. Pork lb
Lard firm. Cutten firm and nominal,
3I?@35 for middling uplands.
7 P. M. Cotton very linn, hut quit
middling uplands U?. Fiour and wh
dull. Com tirai mixed Western $1.
Pork firmer- new mess $20.75. Monty <
close of market. Last sali s of gold
MOBILE, January 17. Sales of cotton
day 3,500 bales - mai kt t closing firm, ai
BALTIMORE, January 17. Mark? t v
dull; pi ices unchanged. Bcd wheat ?2
Corn active-white 05 to $1.05.
LIVERPOOL; January 17-Noon.--'
cotton market opened quiet and act
Prices show a slight advance. Sales
probably reach 10,'000 bales. M'ddliug
lands 1 Ijd.
LONDON, January 17--Noon. - Con
.unchanged. Five-twenties 72j.
Proceedings of City Council,
COLUMBIA, January 15, 1807. i
Present: His Honor tho Mayor; Alder- |
men Alexander, Fisher, Hunt, McDonald,
Stork, Walter and Weam. "
The minutes of tho last meeting vere
read and confirmad.
Thc following comuruxt?cstioi] WT* re- i
OKS. SCF'TS OFFICE, C. A S. C. lt. h.. !
COLUMBIA, Jan. 3, 1867. j
Jinn. Theo. Slarlt% Mayor.
DEAB Sie.: 1 am requested hy our Frc- j
sident, Col Wi*>. Johnston, to inform you
that a train load of wood will be delivered j
at this depot, to-morrow, as a donation to
the destitute poor of the city, which you
?viii please accept. Very reppectfullv,
JAS. ANDERSON, Sup t.
His Honor the Mayor informed the Coun?
cil that the wood had been received and
distributed in accordance with the above J
request. On motion, his Honor waa rc- '
quested to acknowledge thc receipt of the
donation, with the thanks of tho Council
for thc same.
A petition was received from Jann a L.
Hean, praying Council to open Lower
Boundary "street. Ueforri d to the Com?
mittee on Streets.
A petition was r. ceiv?d from Mrs. .1 s.
S. Glass, praying that Council would place I
tho name of 'Miss Eliza M. Arthur, an in- ,
mate of tho Lunatic Asylum, upon the list ?
ol' patients supported by the city. Re- j
furred to thu Committee on Alms Mouse, j
Application for junk shep license was
received from the bellowing parlies: Sam?
uel E. Stratton, Charles Brill and W. C.
Shultzc. Referred to the Committee on
Thc following accounts ?rere profit uted
and referred to the Committee on Ac?
counts: Hopson A Sntphcn, against Wa?
ter Works'and stn et Department; E. C.
Plumer, against Market Department: Lu?
natic Asylum, against the city; ar.u*.Mrs.
McAllister, against tho city, for one cow,
killed by mistake, in February, 1865, for
the Ration House.
The Committee on Accounts sub mit tesl
a report recommending that the following
accounts be paid: E. & G.D. Hope, against
the Alms House, $189.05; John C. DiaL
against tho Guard House D?partirent,
$8.75; Street Department, is.70; and Wa?
ter Works Department-, $3.25; Hussung &
Motz, against the Street Department,
$7.'.!.>; and Market Department, $1.50; Kirk
A Howell, against tho Guard House, $15;
and G. S. Bower, against the Alms House,
$95. The committee also reported upon
the account of B. Mordecai, for ? ash paid
for provisions for tho Relief Committee, in
May, 1865-amount $295.21-recommend?
ing that tin; bill bc not naid. Report of the
Comraittec on Accounts received and
The Committee on Streets reported fa?
vorably upon the petition of 'I lms. R. Lee,
Architect S. C. Penitentiary, asking per?
mission to construct a railroad from the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad to thc
Penitentiary; and favorably upon thc pe?
tition of Joseph Cyrus b> erect a black?
smith shop en Blauding street, opposite
the Clfarlo'tto and South Carolina Rail?
road depot. Report received andadopted.
The sane- eommitti e also reported as to
the condition of certain streets and pave?
ments; which was received as informa?
Thc- Committee on City Schools submit?
ted thc following report:
The Committee on City Schools, lowborn
was referred the application of Mrs. W. H.
Wigg, asking the privilege of op.'tiing a
female free school, would respectfully re?
port, that they have bad the same under
consideration, and would respectfully re?
commend that the petition bo granted.
All of which is rcspaetfullv submitted.
W. T. WALTER, Chairman.
Report received ami adopted.
The Committee en Licenses pn-inted
the following report:
The Committee on Licenses beg leave" to
report, that they have examined thc fol- \
lowing applications for licenses to retail
spirituous liquors, and as they bave com?
plied with the requirement specified by
Council, recommend that they be granted:
For Tavern License: Tn vi t & Bcraghi,
Fred. ?Sesterfleth, J. M. Sill, T. M. Pollock,
Allworden A Stork, M. Brannan, S. Sheri?
dan & Co., C. P. Remscn, James Mahoney
iV Co., Robert Joyner, Charles Kreuder,
John Fanning. Lewis Daniels, D. G.
Thompson, Wm. McGuinuis, John McIn?
tosh, John Stork, M. J. Calnan, C. Ham
berg, M. D. Arlcdgo, W. C. Strickland, F.
For Quart License: E. A G. D. Hope,
Huffman A Price, M. Comerford, George
W. Parker, A. L. Solomon, William Sloane.
James Hernandez, E. Stenhouse, P. Cant?
well, O. Z. Bates, Hardy Solomon, Fisher
A Lowrance, Muller A Semi, Campbell ?V
Milling, John Dooley.
The report of theCommitt; e em I icemos
was received and adopted.
An ordinance entitled '*An ordinance to
raise supplies for thc year i;-ei7" received
its lir.st reading, and was ordered to a se?
cond reading at next regular meeting of
His Honor tho Mayor was requested to
notify property owners, through tho city ?
paper, to have" thc dead trees around their |
premises out down, (as they are bl ooming
(langerons,) before tho 1st of February ?
next, ch tin y will be cut by the city au- j
then it ie . and given to thc p;>or of tho eity.
(>n motion, Council adjourned.
J. S. Me.MAUON', City Clerk.
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Mrs-. Dciniss, of Erie County, Ohio,
WP.-; horribly mangled and killed *n
an accident on the railroad, near
(?rceu Springs, on thc 5th inst. She
thrust one of her feet through the
cur window, and, being caught in the
bridge, her leg was torn from the
socket. She lived but a lew minutes
after the accident.
New Zealand i.s a blessed place ii;
the matter of taxation. Tho average
lax for every mun, woman, and child
is about 840.
Teas ! Teas ?!
A T VERY HIGH FEIGES.
The very be.-d that can bc hath Just re
c< ?ved bv * FISHER A LOWRANCE.
PUKE LEAP LAED,
IN 100-POUND PACKAGES, at very low
rales, bv FISHER & LOWRANCE.
White Corn, and Oats.
J 2(3(3 bushcsls CHOICE WHITE
300 bushels PRIME OATS.
Jan 9 E. A G. 1). HOPE.
English Dairy Cheese, and Butter.
FIFTY boxes English Dairy and Cutting
5 kegs CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER.
For salo low. E. A G. D. HOPE.
The following mentioned Goods can he bought at, ENTICING PRICES,
until closed out:
ZEPHYR KNIT GOODS -of all descriptions,
MERINOS, DELAINES, and PARIS POPLINS,
KERSEYS, LINSEYS and CASSIMERES,
CASHMERE and MERINO HOSIERY.
EXT?ft B?RG?tMS OFFERED td BLANKETS ?
EXTRA BARGAINS OFFERED IN CARPETS AND RIGS !
Om- Mock of DOMESTIC and STAPLE GOODS, for
Jobbing, Ls as complete as usual. City and country mer?
chants arc invited to inspect.
SHIVER & BECKHAM.
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE ! !
corns ONE, c?m& ALL,
AND (JET YOUR SHARE OP THE CHEAP GOODS Unit the under?
signed is offering:,
j STATE SOIi IS
The stock consisting partly of thc following:
PRINTS - from 12'.. to IS cents -tho best quality,
WHITE and BROWN SHIRTINGS-from 15 emits upwards.
DELAINES, Poplins and Mohairs-cheaper than ever,
5-4, G-4, 9-4 and KM SHEETING -from 30 to 80 cents,
BLACK DRESS SILK-81.15 per yard; Empress Cloth,
S-4 and 10-4 TABLE DAMASK-75 cents per yard,
BLACK and WHITE ALPACCAS, Silk Lustres,
Red and White Flannel-at LESS THAN NEW YORK COST !
Vctsick, Jaconet Cambric, Swiss Muslin, Nainsook,
Ladies' Vests, Ladies' Shoes, Corsets-of all sort.?,
Plaids and Plaid Flannels, Cotton Flannels-25 cents,
Empress Skirts, Balmoral Skirts, Black Cloth, Cussimere,
Satine!. Table Covers, Oil-Cloth, Towels, Ladies' Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Hosiery, a large assortment of Ribbons, Clothing,
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
And a thousand other articles, too numerous to mention, which 1 oiler at
LESS THAN ANY OTHER MERCHANT IN THIS CITY.
ONE CALL WILL CONVINCE EVERY ONE.
Jan Hi imo Main Street, in Stonliouse's Kow.
W. C. SWAFFIELD
Clothing at Cost!
OWING to the GREAT SCARCITY OF HONEY, and to the fact that wo
have not the room to handle the LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING that we
have on hand. Call and see for yourselves. BEDELL'S ROW.
dothW, Hats, Caps
GENT ' S FC?fUSatNG GOODS ?
^Vt ^Wholesale? and Retail I
AT THE OLD STAND. NO. 57 AND 59 MA IN STREET, COLUMBIA.
m J? Si n
- Q 1'HE undersigned informs Iii \ fellow-cit i/.-ns, that having rebuilt und thoroughly
?fin furnished hi?' *f ore. he i-, pre?an d to show a COMPLETE STOCK of OOO US in
IflSfthc CLOTHING LINE, tn which le invites attention. His assortment comprises,
- -Mn part:
GOA TS. 0 VU II-CO A TS, !'A XTS A XI) VESTS,
SC A HTS. CHA VA TS, HA TS, CA I'S,
TUA VELIXC ULA XEETS, SHA \VJ,S, Cul.LA US, ?c<:
'?HEXES, VALISES, NAT HOSES, Kit:
Also, a splendid assortment of
BOY'S.AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING.
CLOTHS, GASSICHERES and VESTINGS cn hand, made UT? at short notice.
SUITS at $!5, SUITS at $-10,
.SUITS nt -Jit, SU UV at 45,
SUITS at 2-j, SUITS at 50,
: 1 [TS nt 30, SUITS at 60,
SUITS at :$:>, ? SUI TS at 75.
E. C. ANDERSON,
Oct 25 . A?, nt.
General Insurance Agents, Stock and Exchange Brokers,
REPRESENT, among others, the following well-known FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES:
QUEEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY ol Liverpool and Loudon-author?
ized capita] ?2,000,(100, or nearly. $10.000,000
UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY, New York capital and assets over. 3,000,1X10
INTERNATIONAL, New York capital and assets nearly. 2,i>()0,(H)()
SECURITY, New York-capital and assets. 1.500,000
HOME, New Haven-capital and assets. I,5ot?,w00
MANHATTAN, New York capital and assets. 1,100,000
NORTH AMERICAN, New York capital and assets . 700,0( 0
HOME, Savannah, Ga.-capital and assets. 500,000
SOUTHERN INSURANCE AND TRUST, Savannah-capital and assets ... 5()0,ooo
Risks taken on BUILDINGS, MERCHANDIZE, COTTON-in storu and on planta?
tions-Household Furniture, Rents, Leases, Mortgages and every description of pro?
perty liable to loss or damage by lire, on the LOWEST TERMS. Policies issued pay?
able in gold or currency, and l?seos promptly paid.
vETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford- capital and assets nearly ?4, 000,000.
This liheral and generous company presents great inducements to those who feel that
life is uncertain, and who desire to" make a CERTAIN provision for those near and dear,
who othci . . o might suffer when thev aro gc n :.
SELL E wlIANGE ON NEW YORK, in sums to suit, at thc usual rates.
Internal lu.venue Stamps, of all denominations, for sale.
SST Ofiiea corner of Main and streets, over Agnew's ?toro. 8ept 9 Gmo
For Sale or Kent.
THAT well-known TWO-STORY BRICK 1
BLUBBING, situated on the corner "f j
Bumtcr ami Lady streets, formerly thc re?
sidence of J. I. Gracie, deceased, having i r
every convenience for the comfort ot' a j
family, consisting, on the first floor, of
[front and Back Tai ler, with folding doors,
spacious Dining-Room, Pantry, ic; the
uppi r story of lour Bed-Rooms, of good |
size, every room being furnished with gas- |
fixtures. Connected with the house is tho j
basement, consisting of DJniug-Boom,.|
Ironing and Batb-Room, supplied with ap- !
paratus to furnish hot or coln water. !
The Kitchen is of two-story brick, fur- !
nished with ? complete Cooking-Range,
Wash-Rooms, Ac. '
Attached id a handsomely laid out Flower j
Garden, with water in the centre; a large
space for Vegetable Carden, fine Fruit I
Ti ' cs, ?frc, Ac.
The above is finely located, being but ;
two squares from the main Btreofo? busi- .
ALSO, rou KENT.
The BRICK STORK, on thc. corner of j
alain and Bridge streets, rt ceutly occupied j
by Mr. J. C. Lyons. This is one of the best I
located buskivss stands in the city.
For terms, apply at the Auction Room of
Jan 9 t __ LEVIN A PEIXOTTO. j
JOHN PRESTON, Jr.,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Kquity.
Office on Law Raiisfe.
Jan 12 lino*
rnilE DRAYTON'S AND DAVENANTS,
X a Story of the English Civil Wars. By
"Cotta Schonber? Familv."
Mary, tie- ibtnd-maid 'of the Lord. By
'The Merchant or IJorlin, by Maulbach,
author (d' "Je.-'-tih il." and "Frederick Gie
On', of Tow::; bv Barrv Gray.
History of a Mouthful or Bread, Ac, &c.
Thoughts on Personal Religion; by Goul
boum-cheap and line editions.
At Odds; by author vf "Quits."
What the Moon Saw: by Hans Anderson.
And a new supply of "Diaries," l'or LSG7.
Fer sale at
Opposite Columbia Law Range,
lan Bl '_ R. L. BRYAN.
npHE creditors of tho late Colonel J,
I Foster Marshall ure requested to meet
at Abbeville Court House, on the 5th of
FEBRUARY next, at 12 o'clock. A punc?
tual at tendance is verv desirable.
E. A. MARSHALL. Executrix.
J. W. W. MARSHALL, Ex'-.r.
Jan 12_ _ _
mHAT DESIRABLE HOUSE, Sonth
JL west corner Picketts and Uichland
streets, opposite Messrs Ford A Thomp?
son's Academy, containing five upright and
two attic rooms, with a cooking apartment
in basement. Servants' rooms, Carriage
House, Stable, and other out-buildinsts, on
thc premises. Inquire of W. J. LAVAL,
or at the resilience. Jan 10
Buckwheat Flour, and Syrup. j
1 / \ barrels fresh-htdled BUCKWHEAT
290 gallons SUGAR HOUSE SYRUP.
.lan '.) E. A G. D. 11 OLE.
CBAROLIN A and RANGOON, atvorvlov."
J orices, bv FISHER A LOWRANCE.
1 (\(\ CHOICE Sugar-cured HAMS, just
JA/V/ received and tor .-.ale at 20 cents
per pound, bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
-J /\ BB LS. extra pure KEROSENE OIL,
X vJ j list received and. for salo bv
1 - c 2 T. A T. R. AGNEW. j
FIVE HUNDRED pounds pure SALT?
PETRE, for curing beef. Usc tho best;
it is the cheapest. Get it at
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
Dec 1 Drug Store.
"BEWARE OF THAT COUGH!"
THE changing soasen is productive of
many afflictions of the lungs - and
throat. A small cough is tho voice of na?
ture telling you to beware of the danger of
a neglected cough. For all kinds of cough
and affections of the lungs, use "STAN?
LEY'S COUGH SYRUP." lt will <mre von.
Begin at once. Don't delay. Go to FISHER
A HEINTTSH, and cs;; for "Stanley's."
They aro the- proprietors. Nov 9
Finest Assortment of Toilet Articles.
HAIR BRUSHES, 'Tooth Brushes, Co?
lognes, Lulita's Extracts, Soaps, fine j
Perfumery, Powders. ?'e.?Ts and Boxes,
Combs, French Piv.aadcs, Cosmetics, Ele?
gant Hair Preparations, for restoring grey
nair to black, restoring its growth and em?
bellishing the hair; Hair Dyes. For sale- by
Dee 16 FISHER ? il El NITS H.
CHEAP SHA!' A.\!) STARCH.
rpURPENTTNE SO A P,
X l'aie B.'.r
Diam..tu! Star; li, Concentrated Lvi ,
Washing Soda. For sale by
FfSllKR -V II Ul N I TS! I."Druegists.
Toothache Cured in One Minute.
milE mosl vio! nt toothache relieved ie
I ont- inimit?. For sale bv
FISHER .V H Kl NiTSU. Pharmacists.
HARVEY'S ITCH OINTMENT 1
IT cues Itel) in twenty-four hours. It
euros all kinds of Itch - Barber's Itch.
Cami) itch, Tetter Itch, Pile Heh. Scald
head Heh For sale bv
FISH ER -v HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
1)URE KEROSENE OIL-best quality -
cheapest light-no smell- -no smoke
at wholesale and retail low price-at
FISHER fe HEINITSH'S
Doc 1 Drue Store.
Tlic Two-Shilling C-oogfa Bemety !
A COMBINATION of Wild Cherry and
J\. Tar. A valuable cough cure for con?
sumption, coughs, colds, asthma, inflnenza,
catarrh and all lung distases. Orly 25
cents a bottle. For sale by
FISHER A HEINI l'SH. Phaimansts.
BIRD SEED, just received and for sale
bv FISHER A HEINITSH.
Dec 16 _ _
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, January 3, 1807.
TAXI'S ON SALES for thc quarter end?
ing the 1st instant is due, and prompt
Piment of the same is required.
Jan 4 J. S. McMAUON, City Clerk.
Furniture, l'iono. Dry Goods, Hardware.
By A. R. PHAXLIPS.
FUIS (Friday) MORNING-, 18th inst, at 10J
o'clock, I will sell, at the New Urica
Building, Washington street, opposite
Law Hange, ?audry articles of Furniture,
Bureaus, Sideboard, Bedsteads, Chaire,
Hocking Chairs, Settee, Secretair,
I ?utt Dining Tables, Wardrobe,
Mattress, Ac., Ac.
1 Ci octavo Holewood Piano -in good or
lOJf. " ALSO,
An invoice of Dry Goods, consisting of
Satinets, Kentucky Jean?, Spool Thread,
bins, Agate Buttons, Gable ('ord,
Balmoral Skirt?, &e.
Looking-Glasses, Sad Irons,
Pocket-Knives, Hammers, Brooms,
Shoe-Brush; s, Candie-Stick?, Ac.
Walnut Catsup, Sup Garb Soda, Sugars,
Tobacco, Cocoa Dippers,
Bourbon Whiskey, Lemon Myrup,
Counter Scales, ?c., Ac.
1 Cold Dover Watch,
1 Heavy Gold Bracelet, Silver Cups. .
1 One-Horse Spring Wagon, nearly new.
1 young and good Saddle-Horse.
1 Cow and Calf.
N. B.-Unlimited articles received on
morning of sale. Jan 10 1
Carolinian please copy.
BY CONSENT of heirs, wo will sell, at
PUBLIC AUCTION, the following
properly of the l?state of John Bates, de?
ceased, on TUESDAY, the 29th instant, at
II o'clock a. m.: At the Tea Ridge Planta?
tion, all thc Household and Kitchen Fur?
niture, a large lot of Hogs, Cattle, Sheep,
and a tine Buggy and Harness.
And, on the dav following, at the White
cotton Plantation, a largo lot of Hogs and
Cattle, and a large quantity of line Potatoes.
TERMS or SALK.-All sums under $100,
cash; for ?-urns above $100, notes, with ap?
proved security, at twelve months from
date, with interest annually.
JOHN S. RATES,
Jan 15 12 Executors.
Heal Enlate at Private Sale.
By LEVIN & FELX0TT0.
\TC7"E offer for sale, on accommodating
YV terms, one Lot on Dumber street,
bounded by Wayne, on thc corner; 52 feet
front, running back 158.
1 Dot adjoining the above-52 feet front
by 158, on which there is a good COTTAGE
BUILDING, Ac, adjoining Mrs. Gibbes.
1 Dot, on Wayne street, between Dum?
ber and Upper streets-100 feet by 104.
2 Dots, ou Upper street, each 52 feet,
fronting the-same by 158, in rear of th?
above. For particulars, apply at our Auc?
tion Room. Jan 13
ikle and Porter.
ONE HUNDRED dozen London PORTER
and Edinburg ADE. Just received and
[or sale by _ J. & T. H. AGNEW.
Corn Starch, Tapioca, &c.
FRESH TAPIOCA, C rn Starch, Dur
yea's Maizena, Hecker's Farina. On
band and for salo by
Nov 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW. _
Hecker's Self-Raising Flonr.
A FULL supply of HECKER'S SELF
J\. RAISING FLOUR, constantly on hand
and for sale at retail bv
Ure 2 J."?_T. H. AGNEW.
Sugar and Coffee.
ONE HUNDRED bbls. REFINED SU?
GARS, consisting of Crushed, Pow?
dered, Granulated arni Est ia Coffee Sugars.
50 bbls. Muscovado Sugars.
100 bags Rio, Maracaibo and Java Cof?
fees. On hand and for sale at I .prices by
Sept 5 _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Plow Steel, Plow Moulds
11EN THOUSAND lbs. best quality PLOW
ST EFT J, 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 tlfe city and at
the lowest prices. On hand and for sale by
Dec 19 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Salmon and Mackerel..
I-r ITS CHOICE SALMON, for family us?.
^. " No-. 1 Mackerel, " " .?
Just received and for sale bv
Dec. 2 J. A T. R. AGNEW._
-I i\ HHPS, prime Sugar House MO?
ID LASSES.' . .
25 bbls. prime Sugar House Molasses.
Just received and for sale low bv
Oct 10 _J. & T. H. AGNEW.
SALT" ?ND BLUE STONE
FOUR HUNDRED sacks LIVERPOOL
SALT, extra large, at $3.30.
l.ooo lbs. BLUE STONE, 7 lbs. for $1.
The above will bc sold at prices named,
or at lower prices, if offered lower by any
house in Columbia. " We wilt not be under?
sold." J. A T. Ii. AGNEW.
Penders, Andirons, &c.
np HE undersigned have just received a
i handsome assortment of FENDERS,
SHOVELS and TONGS, Brass Andirons,
Common and Fancy Fire Dogs, &c, of tlieir
awn importation which they arc offering at
reasonable prices. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Barber's Patent Adjustable Brace.
TUST received, a complete asso.'tmcntof
c) Barber's latent Adjustable JUT
BRACES, which, for carpenters'and wheel?
wrights' usc, aro the most convenient and
useful braces made, requiring no adjust?
ment or titting of the bit to the brace, and
ire emphatically the ne plnsultra ul braces.
For sale by the sole agent?,
Dec 20 " J. & T. R. AO NEW.
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
rHE undersigned have ben appointed
agents for these superior SAFES.
Fhcse Safes ure made with three flanges
ill other safes have but two. They have
'owder Proof Dooks, and the locks and
jolts are protected with plates of hardened
tool, which is the only protection against
he burglars drill and thc insertion of pow?
ter. Also, warranted free from dampness.
While bese Sates have no superior in
pialitv, i..cy are furnished at moderate
>rices- at least ?5to 33i per cent, less than
tarring's and other makers, whUo tho
[uality cannot be surpassed.
A sample Safe can be aeon at our store,
md orders will be taken at New York
>r;w?, with expenses of transportation
u' jed. and no charge for forwarding in
Jharleston. J- * T. R. AGNEW.