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MALTA, Dccrmber 13.-The United States
man-of-war Swatara has left here for Alex?
andria, Egypt, where she will take on board
tho assassin Stirrat, and immediately sail
VIENNA, December 19.-The Diet of
Croatia has resolved in favor of a separate
PARIS, December 19.-There is tc be
given a grand farewell dinner to Mr. Bige?
low, thc American Minister. The Emperor
Napoleon is expected to be present.
BERLIN, December 19.-The Government
of Prussia has resolved fco send a number
of naval officers tb the United States to
sottle sonic a (lairs connected with ; mt
CINCINNATI, December 19.-The baggage
car pf thc Chicago Expr?s?, leaving hero
iasr, evening, via Indianapolis, was thrown
from tho track, when a few miles this side
of LaFayotfce, Indiana, killing Joseph
Thomas," American Express Messenger,
ami slightly injuring tho baggage-niasu r.
No other casualties reported. Cause of
BOSTON, December 18.-The Asia sailed
at n?on, and carried $50,000 in specie.
NEW YOUK, December 19.-Tho Hecla
takes $115,137 in tr ure fur Europe.
Couvres sion ul.
' WASHINGTON, December lt).-In thu Se?
nate, a resolution to print the report of the
Commissioner of Public Lands in foreign
languages, for distribution at tho Parid
exhibition, was introduced.
Mr. Harris, from the Judiciary.Commit?
tee, reported upon thc House bill provid?
ing for an additional session of the fortieth
.iud succeeding Congresses on the ?th of
Starch, with an amendment striking out
the second section and inserting, ''That no
person who was a member of the previous
Congress shall receive any compensation
as mileage for going to or returning from
thc additional session provided for in tho
A resolution was adopted, calling upon
tho Secretary of the Interior for informa?
tion as to supplies purchased for Indians
during the past year-whether they were
purchased in open market, Ac.
In the House, Upton introduced a bill,
supplementary to the Act of April, 1864, to
increase the pensions of Revolutionary
pensioners; referred to Commit tee on Revo?
lutionary Pensions. The bill makes the
Act apply to all the surviving widows of
soldiers ot' tho Revolution, at$100 per head.
Maynard corrected a statement made by
him on Monday, relative to a demand made
by tho Governor of North Carolina on tho
Governor of Tennessee, for thc person of
Capt. Nelson, indicted, in the former State
for murder, arising out of tho performance
of military duties under Gen. Sto?eman.
The present acting (?overuor of North Ca?
rolina [Worth] has ainco assured him that
he has made no such demand on tho Go?
vernor of Tennessee. It was postible that
he [Maynard] might have been mistaken,
but ho had certainly understood the facts
to be as he originally stated them.
Ou motion of Phelps, the Committeo on
Ways and Means was instructed to in?
quire into tho expediency of modifying tho
Internal Revenue law. so as to dispense
with the tax on gross receipts.
On motion of Wentworth, the President
waa requested to furnish copies of all
papers m his possession touching the case
of Col. George St. Leger Grenfel, convict?
ed by a military commission as ono of tho
leaders in tho conspiracy to release the
rebel prisoners at Camp Douglas, Chicago,
aud burn the city, and who was sentenced
to death therefor; which sentence was
commuted into imprisonment for life, and
whose full pardon was now recommended
by the Florida Legislature.
The House Committee on Territories,
after tho holidays, will report a bill for the
re-organization of the Southern States.
Mr. Stevens called up to-day tho bill re?
ported from the Committee on Reconstruc?
tion last session, providing tho conditions
on which Southern States may be re?
admitted, to which ho offered some amend?
DEATH OF AN EDITOR.-Nathaniel
Paschall, senior editor of the Missouri
Republican, died on the 12th instant,
'ged sixty-four years. He com?
menced the printing business as an
apprentice in tho Republican fifty-two
years ago, and was the oldest editor
. West of tho Missisippi River, if not
West of tho Alleghany Mountains.
On Monday last there was a sale of
pew? in Dr. Chapin's Church, New
York. About one-half the number
of slips were disposed of by auction
to the highest bidder. The largest
promium paid was $2,200, and the
next largest $1,000. These were
doubtless the "upper places in the
Dean Alvord has been lecturing
the Londoners on ; 'True and False
guides." The Dean thinks Ritualists
and newspaper men are among the
COMMERCIAL ANO FINANCIAL.
LIVERPOOL, Tuesday Evening, December
18.-Tho cotton market has' been very
active all day, anti prices tend upward";
middling uplands have an advance of ?d.
over the noon rates, having improved fully
4d. on the closing prices of yesterday, and
were lasi quoted' this evening at 1-lAd.
Transactions were larger than was ex?
pected and thc sales' also. Brcadstnffs
have a declining t, udency.
LONDON, Tuesday Evening, Decembor
18.-Consols 894. Five-twenties 71*.
NEW YORK, December 19-Noont-Gold
37;. Exchange 9j; sight loi Pork quiet
old mess $20.25. Cotton brm, at 34J^35
for middling uplands.
BALTIMORE, December 19.-Flour verv
firm-Chicago extra $T2.25?12.50 for good
brands; superfine $11. Whet.', _carcc -
Southern red $3.20. Corn firm- - white
$1.03; yellow $1.05. Sugar 10.
NEW ORLEANS, December 19.-7,000 bales
cotton have been taken for export to
France since Saturday. The market to?
day, under the influence of favorable news
fruin Liverpool, is very strong, with a good
LIVERPOOL, December 19.-Cotton opens
buoyant; sales promise to reach 26,000
bahs -middling uplands advanced to ll d.
LON LON, December 19.-Consols S9.j.
Five-twenties 71 A.
7 P. M.-Cotton ic. better, with sales o?
1.900 bales-uplands 35. Flour less active,
closing heavy-Southern S11.15?16.50.
Wheat dall, with sales of 31,00U bushels, at
$firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dull and lc. lower, with
sides of 210,000 bushels, at $email@example.com foi
mix d Western. Gold 365
MOBILE, December 19.- Cotton marke'
active, with a goners ' demand-sales o
5,100 bales: market cl is ig finn, at 32c. foi
SEI- .vron DOOLITTLE HOPEFUL.
Senatov Doolittle, of Wisconsin, was
at New Orleans recently, on a profes?
sional engagement, and wac invited
to speak. In a note declining, on
account of the brevity of his visit, he
I have seen nothing to change, but
mitch to confirm, thc views expressed
by me in thc Senate last winter, in
tho National Union Convention at
Philadelphia, and at other places
during the late canvass in the North?
"While tiie time of their full recog?
nition may be postponed by the
result of the recent elections longer
than I could have wished, my faith'is
still unshaken that, at no distant day,
the people of the Northern States
will recognize, a's the President and
the Supreme Court have already re?
cognized, these States of the South
as States in the Union, under the
Constitution, with "all their rights,
dignity and equality unimpaired."
It is just as certain, in my judg?
ment, as that the people ol" tho North?
ern States ?ire capable of maintaining
Republican Government for them?
ARTEMUS WARD'S LAST AND BEST.
Artumus Ward is coining money in
London, and no one can wonder at
it. after reading the following pull' of
TOTNES, October 20, 1S66.
To Mr. Arlcmtis Ward.
DEAR SIR: My wife wa? danger?
ously unwell for over sixteen years.
She was so weak that she could not
lift a tea-spoon to lier mouth. But,
in a fortunate moment, she com?
menced reading ont; of your lectures
She got better at once. She gained
strength so rapidly that she lifted
thc cottage piano quite a distance
from tlie floor, and thou tipped it.
over on to her mother-in-law, with
whom she had some little trouble.
We like your lectures very much.
Please send me a barrel of them. If
you should require any more recom?
mendation, you can get any number
of them in this place at two shillings
each, the price ? charge for this one,
and I trust you may be ever happy.
I am, sir, Tours truly, and is my wife.
AN ENGLISH OPINION OF orr. MEX?
ICAN RELATIONS.-The London Times,
by last advices, had no doubt that
Maximilian had abdicated, and
looked forward to the intervention of
the Washington Government as the
next ste p. "That inters jtiou will
bc popular instead of unpopular, and
Cheap instead of costly. The Ameri?
cans, will enter the country as friends,
they will hunt its enemies down, and
thus render civilization possible, and
transform that community into a
civilized state. They will have the
advantage, too. They will seem less
liko invaders .than their ]Aredecessors.
This will preserve the name and
form of the Mexican Republic, and
will probably leave the native Mexi?
cans as its ostensible rulers."
TROUBLE ABOUT CONFISCATED PRO?
PERTY IN FLORIDA.-A despatch from
New Orleans states that official reports
from Florida indicate considerable ill
feeling between the citizens there,
arising from the possession of confis?
cated property, by parties who pur?
chased real estate at Confederate con -
fiscatiou sales refusing to relinquish
their claims to their refugee ?tyners.
Tho courts in some Counties sustained
the holders of such property, but
issued writs of ejectment against per?
sons holding property confiscated and
sold by the United States Govern?
ment. General Foster, commanding
the State, thinks that the troops can
not?be safely removed. "
Wno WILL PAY THEIR DEBTS,?
If the State Governments at the South
are abrogated; and the States are
converted into Territories, governed
by Congress, who will pay their pre?
sent State debts ? Some of them
owe, as States, from forty to fifty
millions; their obligations aro held in
Europe, and throughout the North
and East in this country. If the
States arc abolished by Congress, thc
debtor disappears by the act of Con?
gress, and the creditor is left minus
State bonds. This is Sumner's wis?
dom; Stevens' statesmanship; Bout
well's equity and Butler's sharpness.
ANOTHER SIGN.-The New York
"The French Government has
recently bought 10,000 barrels of
flour, and 1.500 barrels of beef and
pork in this market for its troops in
Mexico, with considerable grain to
feed the horses in use by them, and
in such need are these supplies that
steamers have been chartered to take
them to Vera Cruz."
Several buildings, including whole?
sale and retail business stores, in
Columbia, Tennessee, were burned
on Sunday night. The loss is esti?
mated at "over $100,000. In Nash?
ville, on the same night, property to
the amount of 830,000 was destroyed
A man, a short distance from the
city, says no one need tell him that
advertising won't cause a big rush,
for he advertised ten bushels ol*
grapes for sale, and thc next morning
there wasn't one left-the boys had
stole them all.
The man who followed his own
coffin to thc grave and then sued for
his life insurance, has been tried at
Antwerp for forgery, and condemned
to be put into a coffin with his head
Legislature of South Carolina. ?
Tuesday, December 13, 1S06.
The Senate met at 10 a. m.
The following hills were read the third
time, and their titles changed to Acts: To
regulate the sittings of the Court of Ap?
peals; to provide for the registration of
trust deeds of personal property; to amend
tho law in relation to tenancies.
Tho hill in relation to bastardy was inde?
finitely postponed, and the bill to incorpo?
rate tue Sea Island Cotton Loan Associa?
tion was laid on the table.
lion. James B. Campbell was elected to
lill the unexpired terni of the lion. J_ E.
HOUSE Ol' REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho House met at lo a. m., and tie- pro?
ceedings were opened with pia ver hv Kev.
A bill to renew and extend the charter of
the Methodist Benevolent Society of!
Charleston, was read thc third time, and
he title changed to an Act.
Mr. Talbert introduced a resolution
which was agreed to-that during tho re-j
maiuder of this session, no member shall
speak more than live minutes at one time, !
without special leave of the House.
A bill to provide for docketing constitu?
tional casis in tim Court of Errors; also, a
bill to incorporate the Charleston and Flo?
rida Steam Packet Company, were read
the third tune, and their title's changed to
POLITIC .vt, PRATING.-Thc purtizan
ship that must offensively obtrude
itself in the supplication made at the
Throne of Grace is so offensive and
..o desecrating, that it is. difficult to
characterize it as it deserves". We
omitted from the Rouse proceedings,
the first day. the prayer of the chap?
lain, the Rev. Dr. Boynton, because
we could not publish it without pro?
test, and we, therefore, preferrednot
publishing it at all. But hereis what
a radical correspondent of a radical
newspaper'says. We quote from the
Washington correspondence of the
brooklyn Union, of the 5th instant,
italics und all:
.'An unusually largo attendance ol'
the members were present, and when,
at the hour of noon, the shari) rap of
the Speaker's gavel arrested the at?
tention of the whole assemblage, and
prayer was announced, all the mem?
bers engaged, with unusual devotion,
in the exercise. The Chaplain of the
House, the Rev. Dr. Boynton, then
made a radical stump speech, with his
eyes shut. This must have been dis?
tasteful to the piety of the Democratic
This is not the questionable cen?
sure of a partizan foe, but the salient
criticism of a political friend.
Governor Fletcher, of Missouri,
has issued a proclamation to the citi?
zens of Lafayette and Jackson Coun?
ties that, in consequence of his ina?
bility to execute legal process in those
Counties, he has ordered a militia
force in their midst, to compel obe?
dience to the laws; that said Counties
be required to defray the entire ex?
pense of the military organization;
but when the xjeople conclude to en?
force the laws against all violators
thereof, ?iud give usual protection to
the law-abiding citizens, the troops
will be withdrawn.
THE HUB ox THE MOVE AGAIN'.-A
petition is in circulation in Boston
and vicinity, and is being nume?
rously signed, praying Congress to
so amend the Constitution that each
and every State of this Union shall
determine for itself the status of citi?
zenship and the qualification for suf?
frage, but in all elections for Federal
officers proscription on account of
raco or color shall make void and ille?
gal such elections.
The New York Herald, of the 15th,
contains a long and very interesting
account of the work connected with
the laying of the Russian-American
telegraph line, which, at last, is to
give us that "girdlo round the earth
in forty seconds." The entire route
has been surveyed, and no serious
obstacle is anticipated to prevent its
early completion. This will give us
an overland line from Europe, with
small submarine limbs in the great
A young mai belonging in St.
Louis recently wroto to Mr. Greeley,
of the New York Tribune, to use his
influence in obtaining a situation for
him. In reply thereto, Horace wrote:
"New York is just entering upon the
interesting process of starving out
200,000 people, whom war and irre?
deemable paper have driven thither.
It is impossible to receive and employ
more tili these are gone."
Some New York gypsies are accused
of killing and eating a baby.
PORT OF CHARLESTON. DEC. 19.
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York.
Steamship Lulu, Childs, Baltimore.
Thc friends and acquaintances of Mr. |
' and Mrs. JAMES G. GIBBES and family,
arc respectfully invited to attend the fune?
ral of the latter, THIS AFTERNOON, at j
\ 3A o'clock, at Trinity Church.
WILD TURKEY and WILD DUCKS
will bo served up THIS DAY.
D< c 20 l ' l). McGUrNNIS.
^fes r~\ CHEAPER than meat! Re
^ ?U'yeebvd fresh ever., day, at the
N?iJ^/ old stand of Hanahan & Warley,
on Washington street. Dec 20"
. ?'A VOICE FROM ABROAD."-Thc
extraordinary and unprecedented cures
performed by the Queen's Delight Com?
pound is attracting the attention of every
one. not only at home, but abroad. The
merits of this compound are being felt and
appreciated everywhere. Hear what they
say of it in New York: "It is a remedy of
much importance and value, exerting an
influenc? over all the secretion.-,, ,?nich is
unsurpassed by any o ?er known altera?
tive. It is extensively used in all the vari?
ous forms of primary and secondary syphi?
litic affections; also, in scrofulous, hepatic
and cutaneous diseases, in which its use is
followed hy the most successful results.''
Seo the advertisement of "Queen's 1 delight"
in another par? of this paper. For sale by
Messrs. FISHER & HELNLTSH, Druggists.
Dee 20 _tbs
Mew Raisins, Sec.
?yf\(\ WHOLE, half and quarter Loxes
?m?\J\j new Layer and bunch RAISINS.
Citron. Currants, Prunes, Figs, Jellies.
Fresh Peaches, in cans.
Just received and for sale low.
i)ec 20 1 E. & C. D. HOPE.
Breakfast Bacon, Hams, &c.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. choice new LA?
loo Du?ield's celebrated HAMS.
21"? new shoulders. For sah' low.
Dec 2' E. & G. D. MOPE.
APPLICATION will be made to Coluni
bia Gas-light Company for renewal of
Certificate No. liq, for 13 shares of stoek,
stolen from nie eui the night of 18th Feb?
ruary, 1^ ;">. with other valuables.
Columbia, Sept. 1, 1SGG. Dec 20 1
Annual Meeting Stockholders Co
lumbia Gaslight Company.
rpHE Annual Meeting will take place on
X THURSDAY next, 27th instant, at ll
o'clock, if. the Chamber of Citv Council.
Secretarv Columbia Gas-light Co.
Dre 20 ' H
IKE BOARD OF MANAGERS"
OF the "Ladies' Industrial Association"
are requested to meet at the Work
Room, THIS MORNING-, at 12 o'clock.
The Association is prepared to receive
work for gentlemen, ladies and children,
and will guarantee that it shall be well
done._ _ Dec 20 1
Columbia Chapter No. 5, R.'.A.'.M.'.
ATHIS Chapter will be called on,
THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, for
the purpose of electing officers for
the ensuing your.
After which, Union Council No. ;">, E.".
arid S.\ M.-. will hold their annual convo?
cation and elect their officers.
Secretary Columbia Chapter No. 5,
And Recorder Union Council No. 5.
FOR SALE OR RENT,
ASTORE-HOUSE, 07 feet long and 22
feet wide, with shelves and counters.
To he sold by theist of January. The lease
on the lot expires in June. 18?'!). Apply to
Plain st., opposite Shiver ?fc Beckham's.
Dee 20 3
TO WOOD CONTRACTORS.
CITY CLERICS OFFICE,
CoLt^niiA, December lt), 18GC.
PROPOSALS for furnishing two hundred
(.200) cords of PINE WOOD for the
Water Works, will be received at this office.
The wood io he of the best quality, long
leaf yellow pine, and to be delivered and
corded at the Water Works. Bids to bo
handed in on or before the 1st dav of Janu
ary next. J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
Barber's Patent Adjustable Brace.
JUST received, a complete assortment of
Barber's Patent Adjustable BIT
BRACES, which, for carpenters'and wheel?
wrights' use, are the most convenient and
useful braces made, requiring no adjust?
ment or titting of the bit to the brace, and
aro emphatically tlie ne plus ultra of braces.
For sale bv the sole agents,
Dec 20 " J. & T. R. AGNEW.
FOR GENTLEMEN ? I
WHAT is moro appropriate as a Christ?
mas present to your friend than an
MEERSCHAUM PIPE ?
A FINE ASSORTMENT AT
CALNAN cv: KRE?DER/S.
Dec 20 12
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND
I WILL sell, on the 7th day of
January next, [sale-day,] in front of
.the Court House, at Newberrv, that
valuable TRA CT OF LA ND, known" as the
"Vanghnville Place," containing 955 acres,
and well improved, with two rino 1) WELL
IXC HO US ES on the place.
The house at tho Cross Road has nine
rooms, in each a fire-place, with fine out?
buildings of every description; nine framed
negro houses, with brick eiimuies; a fine
weil of water. Also, an excellent STORE
HO USE-a. good stand for mercantile busi?
ness. I have now a line stock of GOODS
on hand, which I will sell at COST.
The other house has six rooms, line well
of wator and all necessary out-buildings.
At tho Cross Road Place is a splendid
BLACKSMITH und WOOD SHOP.
This is a splendid COTTON PLANTA?
TION-lovel, rather sandy and fertile, and
contains a largo quantity of wood and
creek bottom land. The growth is princi?
pally hickory, oak and black-jack timber.
I will also" sell CORN, FODDER, HAY
and FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
This tract of land can bo treated for at
private sale by calling on tho subscriber,
near Chappell's Depot, or General H. H.
Kinara, at Newberry C. H. This is one.of
the healthiest and best cotton plantations
in thc up-eonntry. Thc Vanghnville Cross
Road Place is as public a place as anv place
can be. A. M. SMITH.
Fine Chewing and SmokingTobacco.
2 " ATLANTIC CABLE.
10 boxes different brands- Zephyr Puff,
Virginia Kiln Dried, Piney Woods. Green
Soal, Killickinick and other brands. Whole?
sale and retail.
Nov 2S JOHN C. SEEGERS .V CO.
5,000 LBS. LARD !
~i N store and for sale at eosr.
German Cologne !
JUST RECEIVED AT
E. E. JACKSON'S.
A LOT OF
SUITABLE "FOP. PRESENTS!
.?k? TL? C O 23 T ! !
E. E. JACKSON.
PUNGENTS AND LADIES"
SMELLING BOTTLES ! !
AT E. E. JACKSON'S.
LAZED cr unglazed. All tho regular
VDT sizes constantly on hand; odd sizes
Made to order at short notice. The above
are sold at factory prices.
Doc 10 2_JAMES BROWN.
Wall Paper & Paper Shades.
A HANDSOME stock of the above just
x\. received. Also, Borders and Fire
Screens. For sale low at the old stand.
Dee Ti 2 JAMES BROWN.
Oils, Varnishes and Paints,
IN great variety, always on hand. A
small stock of Artists' Materials in store'
and for sale low. JAMES BROWN.
Dec 19 . 2
GLASS, WINDOW GLASS !
IN store, a large stock of the above, as?
sorted sizes, from 6x8 to 36x60. All
shapes and sizes ctn without extra charge.
i?e(- in 2 JAMES BROWN.
Choice N. C. Buckwheat Piour.
IN SACKS of 100 pounds, more or less,
at SIX CENTS PER POUND. This
Buckwheat Flour is known to be far supe?
rior to the Northern.
VERY CHOICE N. C. MOUNTAIN BUT?
TI', lt, in Kits of 40, 50 ami 00 pounds nett.
Fine N. C. Mountain APPLES, by the
barrel or bushel-looked for daily.
Also, very-superior SAUR KRAUT.
Dec 19 2 Washington street.
AT WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL !
BBI.S. GIBSO:. S X, XX, XXX, wnis
Bbls. O. Bliss' Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
" Corn and Rye domestic "
*' Holland Anchor GIN.
" American Hope "
" Pinet and Rochelle BRANDY.
" Jamaica and Santa Cruz Rum.
" Sweet Malaga Wine.
" .Cherry and Madeira Wine.
" Catalognia Claret Wine.
" Stoughton Bitters.
Boxes Boker's and Krauter iiittera.
11 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 abovo
stock before purchasing elsewhero, as
great inducements will be offered.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct IS On Plain street.
1?GARS AND MOLASSES.
5HHDS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
15 bbls. Muscovado Molasse*-new crop.
30 " " Su?ar.
10 " Extra C
5 " " Crm,;.ed li
3 " li Pulv. "
100 sacks Liverpool Salt, seamless sack?,
100 lbs. English Blue Stone, at He.
2,000 lbs. " Copperas, at Cjc.
In store and for sale bv
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct li!_ On Plain street.
MACKEREL, SCALED HERRINGS
SBA CK ?RS !
"1 AA BOXES SCALED HERRINGS.
1UU 10 half bble. No. 1 MACKEREL.
10 half bbls. No. 2 MACKEREL.
10 " " No. 3 . "
20 boxes Lomon CRACKERS.
20 " Sugar "
20 " Ovster
20 " Soda
5 buds. Clear BACON SIDES, at reduced
5 hhds. Bacon Shoulders.
Just received and in store, and for sale
at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES bv
A. L. SOLOMON,'
Second door from tho Shiver House,
Nov 22 On Plain street.
-I r\ BALES GUNNY BAGGING, extra
J.VJ weight-2A pounds.
50 coils MANILLA ROPE.
1 bale BAGGING TWINE.
The above in store at reduced rates.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct 13 On Plain street.
AND now is the time to make your se?
lections of NICE PRESENTS" ?r thc
occasion, by calling at
C. F. JACKSON
You will find a groat variety of FANCY
ARTICLES, suited to tho taste s of all, and
at thc most reasonable prices._PfilJL^L.
Carpentering, Cabinet-Making and
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, lately in the em
J. ployof 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 the 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 16 G Next door to Express Office.
Handsome Furniture, Carriage, Gol<L
Watches, Nails, <fcc.
By A, E. PHILLIPS.
Will be Bold, EH is [Thursday] MORN?
ING, 20th inst., ?it 10A o'clock, at the new
brick store, Washington street, opposite
A variety of handsome FURNITURE,
consisting in part of:
Mahogany Sofas, Chairs, Ottomans,
Tables, Sideboard, Book-case,
Arm Chairs, Socking Chairs, Bedsteads,
Damask Window Curtains-a very fino
1 G-octavo Rosewood Piano,
1 Brussels Carpet, about 21 feet square,
1 large Gilt Frame Mirrors, Cupboard,
Feather Beds,I neat Cottage Suite.
A Sue blooded Stallion -i i years old, per?
fectly gentle in harness and under s.'dule.
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
articles, as usual.
N. 15.- -Unlimited articles received ou
morning of sale. Dee 20 1
John C. Seegen vs. Joseph Baumann.
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias
to me directed, 1 will sell, before the
Court House in Columbia, within the legal
hours, on the FIRST MONDAY and TUES?
DAY in Januarv nest,
The following PROPERTY, viz:
10 acres of Land, in Richland District,
known as the Columbia Lager Beer Brew
cry, with all the Buildings thereon. Also,
1 Copper Pan, of 3S0 gallons: 1 Malt Mill,
with entire fixtures; Coopers' Slabs and
fixtures; 3 large Iron-bound Vats, s? Iron?
bound Barrels, Kegs and Hogsheads, 1
large Grindstone, I Stove, 7 Windsor
Chairs, :i Pine Tallies, 1 lot empty Barrels
and Kegs; together with all the articles be?
longing to said Brewery, which is situated
on the North-east side" of Charlotte Kail
road, about one-half mile from the city and
Charlotte Depot -all in complete order and
in lull operation. Levied on as the pro?
perty ot Jos. Baumann, at the suit of
John C. Seegers vs. Jos. Baumann.
Terms of sale cash.
Ail the right, title and interest of J. C.
Kenneth, in the entire stock of merchan?
dize of Kenneth k Gibson, of the city of
Columbia, consisting in part, as follows.
Of Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Molasses, Can?
dles. Soap, Starch, Flour, Corn, Bacon,
Lard, Ragging, Hope, 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, Nails, Smoking and Chewing To?
bacco, Oils, Brushes, Shoes, &c, ?Sec.
18 bales Cotton, square packed.
2 bales Cotton, round packed.
Scales and Weights.
Said stock valued at about $20,000 or
A Lot of Land itt the city of Columbia,
with the buildings thereon, containing
three-fourths of au acre, more or less,
bounded ?South, by Laurel street, West by
Assembly, North hy H. Hess' lot, and East
by R. N. Lewis. Said lot, aud buildings
thereon, is levied on exclusively as tho
property of J. C. Kenneth, at the suit of
L. I). Childs ?t Co, and Wai. Johnson vs.
J. C. Kenneth.
I will sell, on tho fc'LuST MONDAY and
TUESDAY in .buuary next, 18G7, on the
lot lately restored to" Wm. li. Kennedy,
Executor, in the city of Columbia, on
The frame of a One-story House, partly
weather-boarded, with 500" feet of Plank
and 1,400 Shingles. Levied upon as the
property of Margaret Cartwright, at the
snit of Wm. R. Kennedy, Executor, va.
Margaret Cartwright. Terms cash.
Terms of salo cash.
Doc ;13 J. E. DENT, S. R. D._
ACHOICE LOT of VENISON HAMS,
And for sale low by
Dee 14 fi S. T. McCAUGHRIN A CO.
SUPERIOR CHEWING TOBACCO, of
the following favorite brands, on con?
"Pride of Virginia,"
"Excelsior," &c, icc.
Very low bv the box.
Dec 14 G 'S. T. McCAUGHRIN A- CO.
PEARSON'S CIRCASSIAN HAIR REJU?
Wood's Hair Restorative. *
Some of the above Tonics are warranted
to restore thc hair to its original luxu?
riance and beauty. For sale by
Dec 4 iD E. POLLARD.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT, comprising
almost every variety of new style of
PIPES, inst received at
Dcc4 i9 E. POLLARD'S.
?eencv of Columbia Steam
6 J Saw Mill.
THE Mill is now prepared to execute
promptly all orders for LUMBER, de?
liverable at the Mill, on thc South Carolina
Railroad. Orders left at my store will re?
ceive immediate attention.
Dec 18 Imo _H. D. HANAHAN.
For Sale or to Rent !
A R;ire Chance for investment ! !
MA PLANTATION, consisting of
eighteen hundred (1800) acres-one
thousand (1,000) in swamp, the ba?
lance high lam?: throe hundred and fifty
(350) of which are cleared, and well adapt eil
to the culture of cotton. Upon thc pre?
mises are accommodations for twenty-live
to thirty hands. During the past season,
one of the best cotton crops has been
made on this place. That portion of tho
plantation in the swamp contains a variety
of Timber, comprising white oak, beach,
ash, gum and cypress. The above place is
situated about eighteen miles below Co?
lumbia, and is healthily located. For par?
ticulars, applv to ll. P. HANAHAN.
Dec 18 Imo