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LOUISVILLE, December IC-Robbery and
crime Lavo been carried out on a large
scali" in this city during thc past few days.
Several heavy robberies wer.- committed
yesterday. A man nunud Smith was mur
vWud last night.
ne Democratic Convention fur tho ap?
pointment of-delegates to the State Con?
vention met yesterday. A number of reso?
lutions were adopted, among which the
following: That we view willi horror the
revolutionary designs of tho majority now
in power in Congress at Washington, and
that, in view of these dangers, we urgently
recommend a meei ug of tho National
Democratic Convention iu Louisville, at an
carly period. That wo request tho D?mo?
cratie State Convention of Kentucky to
issue a call for such Convention, and that
wo suggest the 1st of May next.
WASHINGTON, December 17.-Gov. Worth,
Hon. 1>. H. Swain, and ex-Governor Ituftin,
of North Carolina, have arrived here. They
are upon the commission recently appoint- j
cd by the North Caio ina Legislature to
consult with Congress, to see ii' other terms
than the constitutional amendment cannot
Oregon pupers s?tate that asevere shock
of an earthquake occurred at Winatilla and
Dodos,' November 2-1.
General McDowal has issued a general
order, giving an account of a successful
expedition from McDowell, Arizona,
against the Apache Indians. Two ranches
were destroyed, 'one containing a large
amount of winter stores; six Indians killed,
a number taken prisoners, and some hor?
A petition was presented in the House
to-day, signed by six persons, from Athens,
La., askiug for the impeachment of the
Tho Secretary of War sent to tho Senate,
to-day, ati answer to. the call for informa?
tion in regard to tue appointment of com?
missioners to award compensation to
loyal persons to whom colored volunteers
Ol' drafted men may have owed service at
the time of their enlistment or draft into
tho military service of the United States.
CINCINNATI, December 17.-The steamer
Rattler, bound hence for New Orleans, is
reported to have been lort near Memphis.
Several lives arc said to have been lost
with the vessel.
BUFFALO, December 17.-A lire, last
night, destroyed thc rolliug null of Palmer
A Wads Mirth; ?oas $10l),0t)0. SOO.men are
thrown out of employment.
WASHINGTON, December 17%- In the Se?
nate, a communication was received from
thc Secretary of War, in response to a reso?
lution asking if the commissioners pro?
vided for by au Act of 1864 for the payment
of loyal owners of enlisted slaves have
been appointed, etc. The communication
was accompanied by a report, which was
referred to the Committee on Military Af?
Mr. Sumner presented thc proceedings of
a recent meeting of loyal citizens, without
respect to color, held at Norfolk, Va., ask?
ing for the re-organization of the Govern?
ment of Virginia, Ac. Mi". Saulsbury ob?
jected, that under the rules el' the Senate,
the proceedings of a public meeting could
not be received, unless they came in the
form of a memorial. Mr. Sumner said
this was not simply the proceedings of a
public meeting it was in the nature of a
petition. The quest ion on the reception of
that document was put and carried, and
tho document was referred to thu Commit?
tee on Reconstruction.
Mr. Wade presented a pctitionfor there
annexation of tho city and County of
Alexandria, Va., to;the District of Colum?
bia; ordered to lie upon the table.
Mr. Wilson reported favorably upon tho
House resolution for th?: erection of a
monument to the memory of the late Cen.
Mr. Sumner pres ..ted a bill to punish
those who induce tiie emigration of free
colored persons, under falso pretences.
Mr Sumner said there were persons hero
from foreign countries, endeavoring to per?
suade colored persons to emigrate, but
virtually to inaugurate a sort of coolie
The bili to repeal thc President's am?
nesty power was then taken up.
in the House, Mr. Washburne, of Illi?
nois, offered a resolution, directing tho
Select Committee on the New Orleans riot
to investigate the alleged frauds in thc
New Orleans Custom House and the ap?
pointment of rebels therein, to tho exclu?
sion of Union men; which waa adopted.
.Mr. Harding, of Illinois, offered a reso?
lution, that the House of Representatives
wiil give its unfaltering support to tho
Executive Department of the Government
to vindicate the time-honored policy of this
Republic against foreign armed interven?
tion, which tends to the destruction of con?
stitutional liberty on tins continent, and
especially commend the tone of the na?
tional voico in reference to Mexico, which
7 P. M.-SENATE.-On the bili to repeal
tho thirteenth section ol' thu Act to sup?
press the insurrection, Mr. Trumbull said
the real object of this section only proposes
to take from the President the power to
is-jtie a general proclamation of amnesty.
Mr. Johnson said tho Constitution gave
the President thu most unlimited power
over the whole matter, and as tho clause
in question -i'' not add one iota to his
power, neit'ae. eeuld its repeal tako any
The bill for tho admission of Nebraska
was then taken up, "nd Hendrick proceeded
to argue against the measure. At the con?
clusion of his remarks, Mr. Trumbull
moved to postpone it., further considera?
tion, and takt; up the bill repealing the
thirteenth section.of the confiscation Act,
which had occupied the attention of the
Senate during the morning hour.
Mr. Wade gave notice that he would, on
to-morrow, move to rescind the resolution
providing for the holiday recess, lt was
found that unless this was done Ibo suf?
frage bill would be lost, ns tho ton days
given to the President would expire din ing
the recess, and the bill would i ail.
Mr. Sumner said thu case referred to by
Mr. Wade could bc provided against by tho
Secretary withholding the bill until after
the recess, or until such time as would se?
cure the expiration of the tun days after
the re-assembling of Congrass.
Some discussion ensued on Trumbull's
motion lo take up the thirteenth section of
the confiscation Act. and tho Senate voted
in favor of so doing.
Mr. Saulsbury offered an amendment to
repeal the entire bili.
Tho d J'Ai ol' Mr. Wright, of New Jersey,
was then announced, 't he usual resolu?
tions of respect ?vere adopted.
7 r. M. HOUSE.-Schenck offered a reso
lu'ion relating to ile- published advertise
u h p
and more imbued with tho old virus of
slavery than any of the ?Southern States
that have been conquered. He said, in his
judgment, there was no such tiling as a
Republican form of Government thor*. and
he hoped before Congress adjourned that
Representatives Francis and Thomas, of
ttiat state, would move that Congress give
Maryland a Republican form <>f Govern?
ment, apportioning her representation
according to and ou the *basiu of popula?
tion, and shall modify her laws so that men
shall not be sold into slavery right under
the shadow ol' the Capitol. *La\uciice then
moved to amend ibo resolution so as to
direct the Judiciary Committee to report
what legislation is necessary to protect
loyal citizens in the enjoyment of life,
liberty and property in tin; late rebellious
States, excepting Tennessee. The resolu?
tion was passed as amended.
Mr. McKee, of Kentucky, introduced a
resolution for thc better protection of loyal
persons in the late rebel States, including
frlaryloid and Kentucky; which was refer?
red to .he Committee on Reconstruction.
CO.MSIEKCIAIJ ASU FINANCIAL.
NEW Yor.K, December 37-Noon.-Gold
87". Exchange active, at $1.09A; Bight
*email@example.comG|. Flour 20@25c; better. Wheat
2@3c. better. Corn l@2c. better, bye
linn. Dork low er-old mess $2Q.firstname.lastname@example.org;
ne.v mess $email@example.com. Cotton quiet, at 31
for middling uplands.
7 1'. M.-Cotton firm; sales to-day 2,500
bah s uplands 34; Orleans 35i. Gold 38J.
Money (l per cent.
IJALTIMOKE, December 17.-Flour hrni -
superflue ? 10.50. Oats 5'.)'/X?O. Cotton
dull-middling uplands 33A.
LIVERPOOL, December 17.-The cotton
market opens firm to-dav, with sales pro?
mising to reach 13,000'bales, at lij^l-i
Liver.rooE, December 17-Noon.-Cot
toninarkct active, with prospective day's
sales of 20,UllS hales -middling uplands
advanced to Hid.
LOSOON, December 17- Noon.-Consols
advance;! to st). Five-twenties 71 j -
The King of Italy opened the Nation?
al Parliament on Saturday, the 15th
instant. lu Iiis opening speech, he
wished Italy joy of the freedom she
had gained. He said France was
faithful to her promises, and had
withdrawn from Home, and that the
best understanding existed between
Italy and Napoleon. He declared
he would respect the territory of the
Papal States, and hoped the modera?
tion and wisdom of the Italian people
would bring about a conciliation on
both sides. He concluded by refer?
ring to the great and glorious future
Italy had before her, and declared
that she must, by every means, de?
velop her resources to achieve her
position as a great nation.
Thc speech of thc King was well
HISTORIC PAUALLELS.-The Rich?
mond Whig asks: Can any one think
of Thad. Stevens' Committee on Re?
construction without being reminded
of Marat's Committee of Public Wel?
fare; or of the assembling of the for?
tieth Congress on tho 4th of March
next, immediately on the adjourn?
ment of thc thirty-ninth Congress,
without reccollecting thc Convention
en permanence and the Long Parli
ment? And can any ono shut ont
from his thoughts the knoAvlcdge of
what came of those, and the appre?
hension what may come of these?
The Provincial authorities have
relinquished all responsibility for the
fate of the condemned Fenians, by
turning them over to the considera?
tion of the Home Government. How
that Government will act with refer?
ence to their fate will depend, it is
thought, in great measure, upon the
future movements of the organiza?
tion with which thc prisoners were
GEORGIA RAILROADS.-A meeting
of Louisville merchants, held on Fri?
day last, resolved to memorialize the
Legislature of Georgia to compel a
reduction of the oppressively high
tariffs of the Southern railroads as a
measure of protecting the middle
classes from suffering during the
present winter, by reason of the high
prices of transportation of the neces?
saries of life.
A genius of Jackson, Michigan,
has had patented reversible boot and
shoe heels," the merit of which is that
they may be changed so that they
will wear evenly. Ono pair of them
is to last a life-time.
The coal fields of America cover
225,000 square miles, au area equal to
twenty-eight such States as Massachu?
setts. One cubic mile will furnish
7,000,000 tons annually for a thou?
Two surveying parties belonging to
the Pacific Railway Company, recent?
ly arrived at Salt Lake, one by thc
Southern ?nd the other by the
Northern route. Both routes arc
It is said that a New York million?
aire recently gave a dinner at his
residence to forty guests, one-half of
whom were ladies, and by the side of
each plate of the lady guests was a
present worth $500.
DISASTROUS FIRE is NEW YOEE.
Another tenement house was burnt
in New York on Monday night, re?
sulting in the death of nine persons,
?comprising three entire families.
The United Sta'es steamer New
. Ironsides was entirely destroyed by
I fire, at League Island, near Philadel
! phia, on Sunday morning. She was
a wooden vessel, plated with iron.
I Since the close of the war, three of
the old Confederate naval officers
j have died. Commodores Rosseaa,
j Lynch and Forrest-all brave and
1 gallant men.
"Crisis" Helper has bought from
I Government thc site of the Salisbury
j ^ DEATH OF THE EMPRESS CARLOTTA.
The Empress Carlotta, of Mexico,
died at Mirami ,on the 14th instant.
Legislature of South Carolina.
Saturday, December 19, 1SGG.
Tho Senate met at ll a. m.
Hon. John Townsend, Senator from I
Orangeburg, resigned Iiis seat.
The rest of (lie session was taken un in
the reception of reports and other routine
SOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
f no House met at 10 a. m.
Mr. Sessions submitted the return of
Commissioners of Tree Schools for Kings
Mr. Bonham introduced a resolution
which was agreed to -that a committee of
three be appointed to report to this House
the amount of commission which should
be allowed to the Tax Collectors and As?
sessors of tho respective Collection Dis?
tricts. The following gentlemen were ap?
pointed: Messrs. Anderson, Duryea and
Bills to alter and amend tho charter of
the towns of Winnsboro and Georgetown,
were read a third time, and the titles
changed to Acts.
THE CHICAGO TUNNEL COMPLETED.
Tho lost briek hau beeu formally luid
by i he Mayor of Chicago, completing
the tunnel which is to supply that
city with 50,000,000 gallons of water
per day , which is au ample supply for
1,000,000 inhabitants. This tunnel
extends two miles and seven feet
under tho bottom of the lake, and is
lined with brick, laid in cement,
BUSINESS IN NEW ORLEANS.-It is
stated that ou account of tho failure
of the cotton crop and other depress?
ing influences, a financial crisis has
been expected in this fall New Orleans.
There have been, however, no failures i
of any consequence ; one cotton fac?
tor and a few small dry goods mer- I
citants only have suspended, making
no impression in business circles.
The New Orleans Crescent lins the
following among its Texas items :
Improvements are springing up apace
at Jefferson. Episcopal and Catholic
Churches are under way, a Jewish
synagogue is also contemplated, and
a building for a night school will
soon be ere cted. From every part of
Texas we hear of improvements.
The English Government offers a
reward of five thousand pounds ster?
ling to any person, "man or woman,
young or old," who will deliver the
body of James Stephens, "dead or
alive" to any of its officers. A Brit?
ish "protection for life" against Fe?
nian revenge, it is to bc presumed,
PORT OP CHARLESTON. DEC. 17.
Steamship Mondia, Lobby, New York.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
Ship Confidence. Johnston, Nevr York.
Sehr. Eva Bell, Barrett, Philadelphia.
Sehr. Nadah, Lewis, Baltimore.
Sehr. E. J. Palmer, Palmer. Baltimore,
sehr. Maine Law, Johnson, Richmond, M<
WENT TO SEA YESTERDAY.
Steamship Saragossa, Crowd), New York.
Columbia Wholesale Prices Current.
]',Y FISH Ki: dr LOWRANCE.
APPLES- 1'er bushel.$1 75
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. S8
Dundee " . 35
CALE ROPE -Manilla, per lb. 25
N. Y. or West, pr lb. .20@23
BACON-Hams, per lb.20@25
Sides " .20@23
Shoulders, " . 20
CUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Country, " . 35
BRICKS-Per 1,000.?. 7 00
COTTON YAUN-Per bunch ... 2 50(2,2 75
COTTON -Ordinary, tier lb.
.Middling, " . 38
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.40@50
Adamantine, ". 30
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE- Rio, per lb.30@33
Lagnayra, " . 40
Java, " " . 50
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lb.. . 25
Skimmed, " ... 20
CORN -Per bushel. 1 C0@1 75
FLOUR -Super., per bbl. 12 00
Extra Familv. 18 00
HAY- Northern, per cwt. 2 00
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES-Dry, per lb. 15
Green, " . 8
INDIGO -Carolina. 125
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
MOLASSES -Cuba, per gallon. 70
New Orleans, " . 1 23
Sugar House. "_ 1 25
NAILS-Per keg. 8 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 1 CO
Terebone, " .
Sperm, " .
PEAS-Per bushel. 1 75
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 2 00
Sweet, " . 1 00
RICE-Carolina, per bushel. 10 00
East India, " . 0 00
SPECIE-Gold. 1 40
Silver. 1 35
SALT-Liverpool, per sack.. 3 50
' Table, ." . 5 00
SUGAR-Crushed, peril). 20
Powdered, ". 20
Brown, " .15@20
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. 6 00
Cognac brand", " . !) 00
Domestic " " . 8 00
Holland Gin, " .... 8 00
American " " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum, " . 6 00
N. E. " " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, .... :l 00
Monongahela " . 5 00
Rectified l; . 3 00
STARCH Ptrlb. 15
TEA -Green, per lb. 1 50
Black, " . 1 00
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.30 fie. 100
Smoking, " .50 @ 75
VINEGAR Wine, per gallon. " 75
! Cider,* " . 7Z
Frei iel i, " . 1 50
. WINE -Champagne, per basket.25(? ;."> <;o
Port, per gallen. d 50
Sherry, " . 5 00
.Madeira, " . 5 00
MEATS-Pork, perin. 15
Beef, ".12 I'd 5
Mi tton, " . " \ >>.
j POULTRY - Turkeys, per pair. 3 00
Ducks, " . 1 00
Glucken?. ?? 73
Independent Fire Engine Company.
_ THE Annual Meeting of this
"tf^Mfa Company will be held THIS
JCaf^EVEX I IS < ?, lSth instant, at 7
Dec is i c. T." BI?RG, Secretary.
Columbia Lodge No. -, U. D.
BL A Regulax Communication of this
^.tf^Lod-e will be held THIS (Tues
/>/\dayJ EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at
Palmetto Lodge Hall.
The M. M Degree will be conferred.
By order of the W. M.
S. II. GBASSHEIMEK,
Dec IS 1 Secretary.
A A GOOD MAUL, with COLT.
<?\_~-yShe is perfectly gentle-works
/T^r^V^well in harness, and is also a
? ?Lt, .Tl. Kood Saddle Nag. Dor terms,
Ac. apply at this office. Dec is 1
3710R a short time, witli a prospect of a
. permanent situation. None need aptly
unless with perfect testinv mais as to
ability, etc. Address "A D C," THIS DAY,
at /Via->(/.r office. Dec 18 1
PTHHE CHANGE DILLS issued by KEN
X NETU A GIBSON, will be redeemed on
presentation at the counter of Thomas J.
Gibson. ll. M. GIBSON.
Dec ls . 2
Notice io Persons Kmimalia? lo Fkitk
The Steamer Dictator,
Capt. Jd. M. COXETTER,
WILL transport gangs of hands from
Charleston t o point s on the St. John's
Diver. Florida, at thc following raten:
Grown hands at Dive Dollars (??">) each;
Children rn 1er ten yars of a?e, fie.-; Mules']
Horse.'-, and Wagons, at reduced rates.
Tho Dictator leaves Charleston EVERY
FRIDAY night, at 10 o'clock. Applv to
.). D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
17 Vanderhorst Wharf,
Dec is imo Charleston, S. C.
A. lections of NICE PRESENTS fur the
occasion, by calling at
C. F. JACKSONS.
You will lind a great variety of FANCY
ARTICLES, suited to thc tastes of all, and
at tho most reasonable prices. Dec 18
FEMALE COLLEGE I
.5 7' CHARLOTTE, X. C.
KIT. A. ?. STACY, A. 7.1., President.
^jaj. THIS institution will be
ff^Sbf, opened January 27, 1807, in thc
?S?Ij!<glLj; magnificent buildings km ?:i as
vHB^i!!^ North Carolina Military In
5PT3^snt-,ue. A first-class Female
College is contemplated. Thc
grounds embrace 25 acres, ami the location
is healthy and pleasant.
Tor circular, apply to the President,
Charlotte, >'. C.
1'. S.-Teachers warded. Write imme?
diately io A. G. S., at Mrrion C. H., S. C.
After the 21st inst., direct to Charlotte.
Dec 18 2
Annual Income over $3,250,000 !
1,300 policies issued, und receipts
over $300,000 lust month.
Over 13,000 policies issued thc past
year-the largest number ever issued
in a singlo year by any Life Insur?
ance Company in the United States.
In tho year ending November 1,
1805, its losses were fewer than those
of any other Company, in proportion
to the number of policies. (See
Eleventh Annual Report of Massa?
chusetts Insurance Commissioners,
In proportion to income, its per
ccntage of expenditure was LOWER
than that of ai\y- other Company.
(Sec New York Insurance Report,
Its success in doing the LARGEST
BUSINESS with thc FEWEST
LOSSES and LEAST EXPENDI?
TURE, enables it to pay its policy?
holders an ANNUAL DIVIDEND of
FIFTY PER CENT., with as good a
prospect of increasing it as any other
Thc unparalleled success of thc
iEtna can only be accounted for by
its admirable plan of transacting its
business to suit the wants of thc peo?
ple, giving them policies at actual
cost, embracing NEW and IMPOR?
TANT FEATURES, which secure tc
them all thc advantages that can be
derived from a policy of Life Insur?
j All who wish to avail themselves ol
! thc benefits of Life Insurance, should
examine thc Etna's plans for thc
same liv calling upon any of its agents
1 at their place of business.
E. A. BULKELEY. Pres't.
T. O. ENDERS, Secretary.
\ H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
General Agents for Sooth Carolina,
j over J. A T. R. Agnew's store, cor?
ner Main and Plain streets, Colum
! bia, S. C. Dec 18 0
Agency of Columbia Steam
THE Mill is now prepared to execute
promptly all orders mr LUMBER, de?
liverable at the Mill, ou the South Carolina
Railroad. Orders left at my store -.viii re?
ceive immediate attention.
Dec 18 Imo H. D. MANARAN.
UlilDLii I L IM Ii
For Sale or to Kent !
A Rare Chance for Investment ! !
A PLANTATION, consisting of
Wut eighteen hundred (1300) acres-ono
??i?Uhoiifland ( 1.OOO) in swamp, thc ba?
lance high land; three hundred and fifty
(350) of which are cleared, and well adapted
to the cititure of cotton. Upon thu pre?
mises are accommodations for twenty-live
to thirty hands. During the past season,
one of tho best cotton crops has berni
made on this place. That portion of tho
plantation in tho swamp contains a variety
of Timber, comprising white oak, beach,
ash, gum and cypress The above place is
situated about eightc 'ti miles below Co?
lumbia, and is healthilv located. For par?
ticulars, apply to H. D. MANAHAN.
Dec 18 Imo
Extra Family Flour.
*|*=*a 100 barrels and bags FAMILY
JsfSS8fi2 75 barrels medium Flour.
For salo low. E. A G. D. HOPE.
Dec 1G 4
Cheese and Butter.
~f\ Boxes ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
.JV' 5 cases 1m. Stilton Cheese.
2 cases Edum Cheese.
0 kegs Choice Goshen Butter.
Dee 10 I K. A G. D. HOPE.
ONE HUNDRED HONRS No. 1 GOLD
CROP, for sale low by the box.
Dec 10 4 E. & G. T). HOPE.
4 f\ CASES AND B V.SKETS -quarts and
-tv/ pints-Heidsick and Imperial Cabi?
net. E. & G. D. HOPE.
.Dec 10 4_._
Carpentering, Cabinet-Making and
mHE UNDERSIGNED, lately in tho em
I ploy of G. S. Bower, is prepared to
execute, with neatness and despatch, ALL
KINDS OF CARPENTERS' WORK, CABI?
NET-MAKING and UPHOLSTERY, and
to supply COFFINS. He will also contract
for thr erection of buildings of any style.
Connected with his. Shop, is a Lumber
Yard, where lumber of all description can
be obtained at the lowest, market price.
J. W. CHICK.
Dec 10 0 Next door to Express Office.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
TUR copartnership heretofore existing
under tho name o? KENNETH & GIB?
SON, is this dav dissolved bv mutual con?
sent. ' JAMES C. "KENNETH,
Dec 12 H. M. GIBSON._
Bv the Invisible Telegraph Line ! ! !
AT a special caucus of tho Radical Con?
gr? s i at Washington, it was decreed,
by a majority vote, that, tiie people of tin
so-called State of South Carolina could
have, this year, a little bit of Christmas.
KRISS KRINGLE being in attendance
but not of the party, for he is a sterling
Democrat-lost no time in sending word to
his faithful agent (the subscriber) to have
everything in order for the coming ho'ii
Now is the time to send in your orders
for CAKES and to purchase your TOYS.
A large and well selected stock of TOYS,
BON-BONS, FIRE-WORKS, CAKES, Ac.
Butter have a little fun this year-it is
impossible to tell what will become of us
next year. So call at
HOUSE TO RENT,
MON Main street, five, squares below
.State House, containing six square
rooms and two basement rooms, to?
gether with all nece ssary out-buikiings,
such as carriage house, stables, kitchens,
A-c. Applv at this office. Dec 15 i:>
IPEARSON'S CIRCASSIAN HAIR REJU
Wood's Hair Restorative.
Some of the above Tonics are warranted
to restore the hair to its original luxu?
riance and beauty. For sale by
Dec 4 J9 E. POLLARD.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT, comprising
almost every varietv of new style ol
PIPES, just received at
De c 4 J9 E. POLLARD'S.
?T1HE above reward wil? be paid for the
JL apprehension of NERO MCDANIEL
and GREGG TAYLOR, Freedmen, or Fifty
Dollars for cither, if delivered to mo or
i lodged in any jail of this State, (South
, Carolina.) They were convicted at the
last term of tho Court for Richland Dis
. triei of mule stealing, and escaped from
the city prison on Monday, the 20th of Oc?
tober last, at s o'clock a. rn.
'I Nero McDaniel is about twcntv-twi
Handsome Furniture, Carriage, <tol<i
Watches. Nails, &e.
By A. E. PHILLIPS.
Will bo ?old, TO-MORROW [Thursday]
MORNING, at 10.) o'clock, ut tho now
brick store, Washington street, opposite
Law Itan gc,
A variety of handsome FURNITURE,
consisting in part of :
Mahogany Sof.iH. Chairs, Ottomans,
Tables, Sideboard, book-case,
Arm Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Bedsteads,
Damask Window Curtains-a very hue
1 largo Gilt Frame Mirrors, Cupboard,
Feather Beds, 1 neat Cottage Suite.
ALSO, . '
1 handsome Open Carriage and Harness,
Buggy, Silver Cups,
1 Double-case Gold Lever Watch,
Kegs Nails, Envelopes,
Letter and Cap Paper, and many other
art ieles, a? usual.
N. ?.-Unlimited articles received on
morning of sale. Dec IS 2
ttn. Carolinian please copy.
First ( argo Nevo Crop Molasses and choice
Cn,eery Sugar at Auction.
By RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
ON WEDNESDAY, 19th inst., at ll o'clock
a. m., at Accommodation Wharf, Charles?
ton, s. C., will be sold,
The CARGO ex barque "Arckilla," from
1") hhds. choice new crop Clayed MO?
99 bbl?, choice new crop MUSCOVADO
27 bb.ls. supsrior GROCERY SUGARS.
John C. Seegers vs. Joseph Baumann.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias
to nie directed, 1 will sell, before; tho
(Jouit. Douse in Columbia, within the leifal
hours, on the FIRST MONDAY and TUES?
DAY in January next,
The following PROPERTY, viz:
10 acres of Land, in Richland District,
known as the Columbia Lager beer Brew
ery, with all the Buildings thereon. Also,
1 Copper Pan, of 380 gallons; I Malt Mill,,
with entire, fixtures; Coopers' Slabs and
fixtures; 3 large Iron-bound Vats, S5 Iron?
bound Barrels, Kegs and Hogsheads, 1
lar^e Grindstone, 1 Stove. 7 Windsor
Chairs, 3 Dine Tables, 1 lot empty Barrels
and Keg's; together with all the articles be
loiifiinto saul brewery, which i* situated
on the North-east side* of Charlotte Rail?
road, about one-half mile from the city and
Charlotte Depot-all in complete order and
in tull operation. Levied on as tho pro?
perty of Jos. Baumann, at the suit of
John C. Seegers vs. Jos. Baumann.
Terms of sale cash.
All the right, title and interest of J. C.
Kenneth, in the entire stock of merchan?
dize of Kenneth & Gibson, of the city of
Columbia, consisting in part, as follows.
Of Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Molasses, Can?
dles. Soap, Starch., Flour, Corn, Bacon,
Lard, Bagging, Dope, Twine, Spices, Al?
monds, Raisins, Tin and Wooden Ware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, a complete and
general assortment of Hardware, Brandies,
Whiskies, Sherry and Madeira Wines, Iron,
Steel, Naiis. Smoking and Chewing To?
bacco. Oils, Brushes, Shoi.), Ac, Ac.
IS hairs Cotton, square packed.
2 bales Cotton, round packed.
Scales and Weight?.
Said stock valued at about ?23.0CO or
A Lot of Land in thc city of Columbia,
with the buildings thereon, containing
three-fourths of an acre, more or less,
bounded South by Laurel street, West by
Assembly, North by H. Hess' lot, and East
by R. N. Lewis. Said lot, and buildings
thereon, is levied on exclusively as tho
property of J. C. Kenneth, at the suit ?f
T.. D. Childs & Co. and Wm. Johnson vs.
J. C. Kenneth.
Terms of sale cash.
Dec ^13 J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
BBLS. GIBSON'S X, XX, XXX, WHIS?
Bbls. 0. Bliss' Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
;' Corn and Bye domestic "
" Holland Anchor GIN. ^
" American Hope "
" Pinet and Rochelle BRANDY.
" Jamaica and Santa Cruz Bum.
" Sweet Malaga Wino.
" Cherry and Madeira Wine.
" Catalognia Claret Wine.
" Stonghtou 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. Call and examine the above
stock before purchasing elsewhero, as
great inducements will be offered.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver Hous?,
Oct 13 On Plain street.
TlilIW ililli 1T1UJU?IB
pf HHDS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
0 new crop.
15 bbls. Muscovado Molasses new orop.
30 " Su?ar.
10 ? Extra C
5 ': '* Crushed t:
3 " " Pul v. "
100 sacks Liverpool Salt, seamless sacks,
100 lbs. English Blur Stone, at He.
2,000 lbs. " Copperas, at 6jc.
In store and for aide by
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver ?louse,
Oct IS On Plain stret t.
MACKEREL, SCALED HERRINGS
1 ?\?\ BOXES SCALED HERRINGS.
1UU IO hali bbls. No. I MACKEREL.
io half bbls. No. 2 MACKEREL.
10 " il No. 3
20 boxer3 Lemon CRACKERS. .
20 " Sugar "
. '20 " Ovster "
20 " Soda
5 hhds. Clear BACON SIDES, at reduced
11 hhds. Bacon Si,..ciders.
Just received and i:i .-tore, and for salo
at tho LOWEST MARKET PRICES by
A . L . S 0 L O M <) y.
Nev 22 '' 1 On blain street.
GTWLW .y Magging.
10 S? 2?po?mds.IiAG??lXG' *