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PABIS, December 12.-Tho Afbm
?'.ur says the conference negotiations
on tin ne, and there is renewed confi?
FLORENCE, December 12.-It is
thought the Italian Chamber? will
repeal the vote of '61, declaring Borne
the capital of Italy.
LONDON, December 12.-The sol?
diers who marched in the Fenian
funeral processions have been arrest?
ed and court martialed.
MONTPELIER, VT., December 12.-A
train, with seventy workmen, backed
off an abutment of the recently
burned bridge, and fifteen were
Killed instantly, four have since dieri,
and many are more or lesa injured.
WAH HIN ?TON , December 12.-The
State Department has advices of the
safe arrival of the United States
steamer DeSoto at Fortress Monroe.
The DeSoto is one of tho steamers
reported lost at St. Thomas.
Custom receipts from 2d to 7th
Deoember, inclusive, $2,245,000.
Internal revenue receipts to-day
Gen. Grant orders the muster out
of Generals Orlando Brown, Elipba
lette Whittleeoy, C. Howard and
other minor officers of negro troops.
General Ord has issued an order,
that the Convention has been carried
ia Mississippi and Arkansas, and or?
ders the Convention to assemble at
Jackson, Miss., and Little Rock, Ar?
kansas, on the 7th of January, 1868.
The order says thero are such irregu?
larities at some precincts, as make it
impossible to give the total voto in
each State for and against Conven?
There were heavy snow storms in
Philadelphia, Penn., Sandusky and
Cleveland, Ohio, and other points
North, to-day. _
WASHINGTON, December 12.-In
the Senate, Sherman reported the
House bill repealing the cotton tax;
it wiU be considered to-morrow. The
bill covering proceeds captured and
abandoned property into Treasury
was resumed. Fewenden said it
amounted to $35,0007000, but he op?
posed tho bill, as there are claim"
now pending in the Court of Claims
for $20,000,000 worth of this pro?
perty, to whom the bill would work
. injustice The subject was post?
poned. The joint resolution censur?
ing the President was resumed. Tho
Senate refused to concur in the
House resolution to adjourn, until
the bill striking "white" from the
District laws becomes a law. x\.d
In the House, Ashley, of Ohio,
offered a bill relating to the Freed?
men's Bureau, which was referred to
the Committee on Freedmen's Af?
fairs; also, a bill to facilitate the re?
construction of the Southern States.
Maynord offered a resolution, pro?
viding that diplomatic and consular
representatives to Hayti and other
African Governments, be seleoted
from negroes; referred to Committee
on Foreign Affairs. Schenck made a
point of order, that under the Con?
stitution, no distinctions should be
made. The Speaker said the point
was well taken.
.The President's message to tho
Senate, giving his reasons for the
suspension of Stanton, is regarded as
masterly and wonderfully shrewd.
The President quotes Stanton's reply
to the President's request that Stan?
ton should resign; wherein Stanton
says that considerations of a high
public character lead him to with?
hold his resignation until the next
meeting of Congress. This, tho
President holds, was not only a de?
claration, but was defiant and utterly
wonting in the respect due from
Stanton to his superior officer. Tho
point is made, that Stanton could not
appeal to the law creating tho War
Department, because that law gives
the President the right to remove
Stanton. Thc tenure of office bill
alone supported Stanton; but that
law did not compel Stanton to re?
tain the office of Secretary of War.
The President argues tho necessity
of unity and harmony among his
constitutional advisers; alludes to Iiis
having with but one exception, re?
tained the cabinet of his predecessor;
states incidentally that tho cabinet
was unanimous on his policy of re?
construction, aud upon the unconsti?
tutionality of the tenare of offico bill.
Stanton, having been United States
Attorney, was specially consulted,
and was emphatic and absolute iii his
condemnation of the bill as uncon?
stitutional. The most pointed spe?
cific charge, refers to the New Or?
leans riots. According to the narrative,
Gen. Baird reported to Stanton the
danger of tho riots, and asked advice.
Stanton not only withheld instruc?
tions to Baird, but kept tho despatch
from tho Presidont and his Cabinet
until aftor the occurrence of the riot.
Tho President holds, had Stanton
acted himself, or made tho message
from Baird known to his superior,
tho riot would havo been preventod.
He prodnces a lotter from Sheridau,
to tho effect that, had Sheridan been
advised of tho danger, the riot could
have been avoided. Tho President
conolndes, that thc public cannot
complain of tho chnngo, because tho
judicious measures of the new Secre?
tary havo already Bavod many mil?
lions of public treasure.
THe Con-rent lots??
ATLANTA, December 12.-The Re?
construction Convention passed a re?
lief ordinance this morning, intro?
duced by B. B. Bullock, of Rich?
mond, which reads as follows:
"Be il enacted, ?Dc., That from and
af ter the passing of this ordinance,
all levies which have been or may be
made under execution, issued from
any court of this State, shall be sus
Eended until this Convention shall
ave taken, or refused. to take, final
action upon the matter of relief; and
that all sales under executions, in
violation of this ordinance, shall be
null and void, and of no effect."
The Georgia Supreme Court hav?
ing deoided that the stay laws of the
last Legislature aro unconstitutional,
this ordinance, which it is under?
stood Trill bc enforced by Gun. trope,
commanding this Military District,
will operate as a barrier to all legal
actions upon private debts, until tho
Convention can act further.
RICHMOND, December 12.-The
Conservativo Convention met this
morning. The committee reported
a series of resolutions, which were
adopted unanimously, as follows:
The first recognizes tba,t by tho result
of the war, slavery has been abolish?
ed, and it is not the desire of tho
people of Virginia to reduce to slave?
ry again a people eiuaucipnted by the
eveuts of tho war, and by amend?
ments to tho Constitution of the
United States. Tho second asserts
the right of Virginia to bo restored
to the Union, and declares her inten?
tion in good faith, to perform her
duties to tho Union. The third pro?
tests against the governing of Vir?
ginia in any way not defined in the
Federal Constitution. Tho fourth
adopts the language of the resolution
adopted at the Cooper Institute, New
York, that Military Governments aro
subversive of the fundamental ideas
of our Government, and its object,
which is to subject the people of the
Southern States to tho rulo of a race
just emerged from slavery, is ab?
horrent to tho civilization of mankind,
and the Northern people, in surren?
dering, as it does, ono-third of the
Senate and one-quarter of the House
of Representatives, which aro to
legislato over us, to tho dominion of
an organized class of emancipated
slaves, who are without auy of the
training, habits, or traditions of self
government. Fifth disclaims all hos?
tility to the black population, and
asserts that tho people of Virginia
sincerely desire to seo their advance
in intelligence, and are willing to ex
teud to them liberal protection; but
whilo any Constitution adopted by
the State, should make all men equal
before the law, yet this Convention
distinctly declares that Governments
of the States aud Union wero formed
by white men, to be subject to their
coutrol, and suffrage should still bo
regulated so ns continue both under
control and direction of tho white
A resolution was adopted, authoriz?
ing the Central Committee to take
steps for testing the constitutionality
of tho Reconstruction Acts in the
Uuited States Supreme Court. In
discussing this resolution, Gen. Im
boden, who had sued ont a manda?
mus against Gen. Schofield, stated
that his case, with similar ones rela?
tive to suffrage in Alabama and Mis?
sissippi, would be carried to the Su?
The President was authorized to
appoint a committeo to preparo an
address to tho people of Virginia and
of the United States, and the Con?
vention adjourned sine die.
After tho adjournment, non. R.
M. T. Hunter made a short address,
in answer to calls, in which he said
that betweeu slavery and military
nile, ho preferred tho latter-for the
men who wielded the latter wero of
his own raco. Ho cited Hayti and
Jamaica as results of negro rule, and
behoved that the radical majority in
Congress, if they expected to control
the blacks and provent their excesses,
would find themselves woefully mis?
taken. To givo tho blacks the powor.
of governments in the Southern
States would be tho highest crime
against nature, aud he believed when
the North saw tho results, there
would be a re-nction which would
sweep such governments from tho
face of Amorica. This generation
has suffered, and may suffer more;
but thc Stato will livo and look back
at this period as only a dark episode.
The scones now passing may make
men truer to the State which gavo
In tho Reconstruction convention,
to-day, a colored member offered a
resolution, appointing a committee
of fivo to investigate what can be
done to put a stop to tho intimida?
tion of loyal men who aro not land?
holders, who voted tho Republican
ticket, and who are distressed there?
for by disloyal land-holders. Three
colored and two whito Republicans
spoke in favor of and three conserva?
tives opposed tho resolution.
WOOD WARE, WOOD WARE.
Mats, Twine, Wrapping Papor, Matches,
Ac., cheap, for cash, by
Deol _FISH Ell A LOWRANCE.
Draga aud Medicine*, wholcBalo and
retail, as cueap aa any city in tim world, at
Fisher A Htimtsh's new store.
No. 1 Mackerel,
Doc 7 JCIIN C. SEEOERM A CO.
FINANCIAL. AND COMMKKCUt.
COLUMBIA, December 12.-Sales of
cotton to-day 110 bales-middling
NEW YOBII, December 12-Noon.
Stocks active and strong. Money 7.
Exohange 9%@9^. Flour 5@10c.
lower. Yvbeat l(jr^2o. lower. Corn
lc. lower. Cotton dull, at 151 .J.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and lower;
sales 1,800 boles, at 15^?!?^. Flour
quiet-State firstname.lastname@example.org; Southern
10.20@ 14.50. Wheat dull and nomi?
nal. Corn dull-Western mixed L 36.
Gold heavy throughout the day,
with continued pressure to sell. It
touched 33, but subsequently re?
covered and closed at 83j*?.
BAi/nuonE, December 12.-Cotton
thoroughly depressed-nominally 15.
Wheat firm-prime to choice red
Southern 2.78(a.2.80. Corn activo
prime dry email@example.com. Oats dull
held nt 70@74. Western shoulders
AUGUSTA, December 12.-Cotton)
dull and declining-sales 388 bales;
SAVANNAH, December 12.-Cotton
declined, bat is in fair demand; sales
1,580 bales-middling 14.^i.
NEW ORLEANS, December 12.-Cot?
ton dull and declined-Orleans 14?.,;
sales 3,500 bales; receipts 4,525. Mo?
lasses dull-common 54; good to
prime GS. Bacon shoulders ll ; clear
15'..(?15^. Gold 32.
LONDON, December 12-2 P. M.
Consols declined to 72 13-1G. The
Paris Bourse is strong and Rentes ad?
LrvF.nrooD, December ll-Even?
ing.-Cotton heavy and declined }?;
sales 7,000 bales-uplands 7}..; Or?
LIVERPOOL, December 12-Even?
ing.-Cotton declined ,'H\ closing
steadv-uplands in port 1%; to ar-?
rive ?78; sales 10,000.
mnitEE ENGLISH STATESMEN-Tym,
I Criminell ami Pitt.
The Empress Jos?phine; hy Muhlbach.
In Bonds, a novel; by Laura Preston.
Barem Life in Egypt and Constantino
flo; by Emmeline Lott, Governess to
Inez; by Miss Evans, author0? St. Elmo.
Stoues of Venice; by Buskin.
Loo and his Generals; by Pollard. Il?
lustrated. Anda number of new English
Cheal) Novels, for sale at McCartor's Book?
store, lt. L. BU VAN.
AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE
DAYS OE NAPOLEON, by Muhlbaeh;
cloth $2; Paper $1.50.
'Three English Statesmen-"Pym, Crom?
well, Pitt, S1.5C.
Stone Edge-a brilliant t-tory, 25 cents.
Circe, or Three Acta in thc Life ol'an
Artist. Dy White-; 50 cents.
Mace's Fairy Book-Home Fairy Tales.
By Jean Mace, author of Mouthful of|
Bread, Ac, illustrated; $1.75.
Agnes Strickland's Queens of England,
Kcblo's Christian Era; $1.25.
Diaries for 18G3, in good variety, at
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S
Nov CO Bookstore.
GWYNN, C0TTEN & C0,7
Cotton Factors and General Com'n Merchants
105 West Lombard street, Baltimore,
LIBERAL advances made on consign?
ments. Orders for general merchan?
Henry Gwynn, of Baltimore; B. R. Cot-1
ten, late of Tarboro, N. C.; Waltor Gwynn
Jr.. of South Carolina. Oct ll jigging
?}(\ BUNDLES Cotton IBON BANDS, of
the incomparable Arrow Tie, for
sale bv E. ft G. D. HOPE.
SEED RYE ! SEED RYE i
BUSHELS SEED ItYE for salo. By
Nov ? ALFRED T0LLE8ON.
Orders to Helli
Orv BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
O V / 10 boxes Extra Fino Tobacco.
00 boxes Low Priced Segara.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30 AJd-'UED TOLLESON.
TO THE LADIES!
FRESH ABRIVALS bv steam?
er from Nc va York of the FINEST
Ever offered in Columbia; alao, CLOAKS,
CORSETS, ZEPHYR WORSTED, HAIR
BRAIDS, Ac, Ac, at
Mus. C. E. REED'S, next door to
Mr. E. Pollard's drug store, Main st.
DRESS MAKING in ail branches.
Nov 12 _3mo
Ladies' Industrial Association.
MME. DEMOREST S BuP.otinof Ladies'
and Children's Fashions, for fall and
winter, with paper patterns; also, Hair
Crimpers, Needles stuck liko PinB, Marking
Cotton and various fancy articles. Oct 81
An eruption ot the skin, of thirty
year's standing, which dolled tho skill of
tho doctors, was cured, in Philadelphia,
by nain g Heinitah'a Quern's Delight.
VALUABLE BOOKS FOB SALE.
THE advertiser offers, at private sale, I
and at a great sacrifico, a collection of
VALUABLE AND STANDARD WORKS,
all in good condition. Among tho collec?
tion aro Clarke's Commentaries, G vols.;
Wesley's Works. 7 vols.; Fletcher's Works,
4 vola. ThcBO tliroo sets of standard Me?
thodist works aro in uniform binding,
library stylo, gilt backs and edges, and as
good aa now. Addison's Completo Works,
4 vols., handsomely hound; Macaulay's
History of England, 4 vols.; Napolccn it
Ht. Helena, by Sir Hudson Lowe, 2 vol i.;
Joan raul, 2 vols.; Cummings' Lectures on
tho Miracles and Minor Works, 2 vols.;
Las Oasas' Memoirs of Napoleon, 4 vols.,
Ac, ftc. Tho lot contains 172 volumes,
principally standard works, all in good
condition: and to the purchaser, about 200
additional volumes miscellaneous works
will bo thrown in gratia. To those desir?
ing to form a private library, this presents
tho most favorable opportunity ever of?
fered. Inquire at this oftleo. Deo I
fTpHE Independent Fire Eugine Corupo
X ny of Columbia, kindly assisted by
tbe Mnsonio Fraternity, of tbia city, intend
to giro a PAIR tor tbe purpouo of liquidat?
ing the indebtedness on their new build?
ing, now in course of erection. The
Ladies of Colombia havo promised their
aid, and no pains will be spared to make it
a perfect success. Christmas is at hand,
and wc do not doubt that visitors will be
enabled to select choice presents for their
friends, as Santa Claus has promised to
deposit a largo and selected stock of Kris
The Fair will open on TUESDAY, De?
cember 17, and continue on WEDNESDAY
and THURSDAY EVENINGS. Tho Fair is
to bo succeeded by a GRAND BALL on
MONDAY EVENING, December 23d.
lt is but just to state that Calisthenic
Hull; Whutuin the Fair and Ball aro to
come off, has beon very kindly offered by
the Proprietors, free of charge, for tho
purpose of the Fair:
COMMITTEE ON HALE OF TICKETS AT TUE HALL.
A. L. Solomon, Daniel C. I'oixotto,
C. F. Harrison, Francis Beckham,
BBXIOB KANA ORBS.
John McKenzie, O. T. Berg.
C. D. Eberhardt, L. F. Hopsou,
L. T. Svllhiian, F. W. Wing,
.T. Slllzbachcr, Jacob Hussnng,
\Y. H. Wigg, Richard Tozer,
J. .T. Mackey, .1. W. Smith,
.1. C. Sutphm, Lewis Levy,
JUNIO); VAX AO EUS.
C. J. Beck, (J. V. Allw?rden,
T. .1. Harper, W. K. Evans,
John Agnew, Jr., W. T. Walter,
.I. F. Sutpben, I). B. Carrington,
F. Root, E. A. Schneider,
Julian Pcixotto, lt. H. Walton,
<i. T. Sin hon, S. C. Peixotto,
J. McDouuall. S. E. Massman,
Wm. H. Mood, Isaac Sulzbachcr,
H. Bennies, R. McDougall,
Dr. J. F. Speck. Dec ll
Carbuncle* ?ml bolls come from im?
pure blood, Nature throws ,>ut theso im
purit??s of tin? blood, which should be
regarded as a warning. Purify your blood,
by usinj- Heinitsh's Queen's Delight.
Dr. Geo. Smith's Dental Laboratory.
THE subscriber offers induce
(Taameuta-in ttio wavof GOOD WORK
Qflxxrand LOW PRICES-to ono and all
requiring his professional services. Give
him a call. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed
or no charge. Office ou Camden street,
nearly opposite the Park. Nov 3 ly
ALL PERSONS having claims against
thc estate of Dr. 1). P. GREGG, de?
ceased, will present the same, properly
attested, and all persons indebted, cither
by note or open account, will please make
speedy pavmcnt to
MRS. M. D. GREGG,
Nov 20 lino Qualified Executrix.
Hclnltah'a ??un n's delight, for Tet?
ter, Pimples, Blotched, and Eruptions on
Only Fifty Cents.
! "I f\i \ BOXES SMOKED HERRING8,
_L\/V/ for salt at the uuusnally low price
of .",0 cents per Lox, hv
NovJO J. A 1. R. AGNEW.
Tile lift- of all nrsli ls blood. Thc
health of all life is pure llcsdi. Pure blood
kevps ont all diseases. The Queen's De?
light purifies the blood.
.__ T II E UNDERSIGNED,
t*Mi?j?3& bavin),' bren for some time
(iirwSbW associated with the late Dr.
^UTLr l). p. Gregg in DENTAL
SURGERY, purposes continuing the busi?
ness in the Office recently occupied by the
Tho patronage of my old friends, and
tho public generally, la respectfully solicit?
ed. Oftice over T. W. Radcliffe's Jewelry
Store, Main street. D. L. BOOZER. "
MESSRS. WE A RN A
J?^^MIJ^^VIL uew and beautiful rooms
^ss?U^lJt^tsffSf' over Messrs. Thomas E.
Gregg A Co.'s store, re?
spectfully invito tho public to call and ex?
amine their work. Nov 28
The Quaker Liniment; tho best lini?
ment for family usc; can b?TOsed internally
ami outwardly. It is a great pain destroy?
er. It kills pain and all kinds of acl es'
Sold by Fisher A Heinitsb.
2,000 Pounds English Blue Stone,
FOR sale low, hv
What is this Medicine, called "Hei?
nitsh's Queen's Delight?"
IT is a valuablo compound of Roots and
Gums, discovered and prepared on
pharmaceutical principles by a practical
cbomidt. It is found, upon trial of moro
than 2,000 cases, to bo tho only sure blood
purifier, and will euro all those inveterate
and stubborn diseases which ariso from
impurity of tho blood; and whilst it does
this, it exerts a powerful influence over
tho whole system, invigorating and restor?
ing the weak and crippled organs of tho
body to healthy action. Nov 2 Gmo
Steam Engine for Sale.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE., 35
horso power, in complete order; with
Fluo Boiler, containing 3'2 Flues.
Also, a CIRCULAR SAW MILL.
To bo sold singly or together. The En?
gine can bo seen at the Congaroo Irou
Works, foot of Ladv street.
Apply to ' u. MCDOUGAL,
Nov 15 Columbia. S. C. j
0_ Newberry ?Ifraid please- copy four j
times and semi hill to this office.
Copeland & Bearden
HAVE ON HAND
200 bushels SEED WHEAT,
?0 bags Extra Family FLOUR,
1,000 lbs. New Bacon nAMS,
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
Sugar, Coffeo and Molasses,
20 ?bis. Golden and Bee-hive Syrups,
I Bagging and Balo Bopo,
200 snells Liverpool Salt,
Ki hales Yarn. _ Nov lf>
I Heinitsh's Crimson Tetter Wash,
for Tetter, Ringworm, Pimples, Worm
Snots, Roughness of tho Skin-a euro for
Totter and Ringworm^_
OA A BUSHELS PRIME OATS for sale
Jj\J\J \o\r. FIBnER A LOWRANCE.
Circassian Li??t re. for beautifying tho
hah*, for young and old; an tl ega ut article
and cheaper than anything oise of the
kind. Bold by Ffsbor A Heiniteh.
THE best kimi. BEARD'S Solf-Adjnet
ing IRON TIE, low for cash.
Nov 10 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
SHIPPERS OF COTTON, m
COLUMBIA, 8. C., W BALTIMORE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Till". SPLENDID 8CIIEW STEAMSHIPS
FALCON. - - E. C. P.EE^, Ccm'r.
SEA GULL, - N. P. DUTTON, Com'r.
OF largo carrying capacity, making
average trips ol fifty-five to sixty
hours, leave Charleston once a weok for
Baltimore, and offer superior facilities for j
through freights to and from that port.
COURTENAY ic TRENHOLM,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Union Wharves, Charleston, ti. C.
Or, MORDECAI ic CO., Agents,
Sept 21 tuffimo_Baltimore. Md._
Livery and Sale Stables,
_ CHALMERS STREET,
Charleston, R. C. DEI- cg?JKjC,
JPW|GHEN ic BAKER, Pro-J?g?33gi
? 1 ./l priotora. Carriages, Photons, Bug?
gies aud Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours.
.Mules and Horses for salo. Feb 27
" M I L L S~ ~H (f?~S ? ~~
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS
H0TEL has boeu thoroughly ropair
.od, refitted and refurnished, and is
now ready for tho accommodation of the
traveling" public, who-je patronage is re?
The proprietor promises to do all in hiB
power for tho comfort of his guests.
Mjirch 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
COACHES always in readiness to couvey
passengers to and from the Hotel.
Feb 26 WHITE ii MIXER, Proprietors.
Cheap and Desirable Goods.
NEW H Al It RESTORERS, of Color and
French Blacking and Brushes.
English Hair and Tooth Brushes.
Brown's Essence of Ginger.
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
English Mustard, warrauiod.
Bay Rum, by gallon, quart or bottle.
Soaps of all kind.
Corn Starch, Gelatine.
Flavoring Extracts. Vanilla Bpans.
For salo by FISHER ic HEIN1TSH,
Oet Hid of the Eats and Mice, and
Save Your Provisions.
HARVEY'S great RAT PASTE. Instant
death to these marauders and de?
stroyers. For salo hy
FISHER &. HETNITSn,
Your beauty, your health, your ease
may be restored, by using Hoinitsh's
U f. L irons
AHEAD AS USUAL !
Fall and Winter
NOW m STORE.
SUI'S FRO? 87.50 TO $60.
AFULL LINE OF
' BLANKETS ETC
Now Stvle PAPER and LINE?? COLLAR8.
A splendid line of FRENCH and ENG?
LISH CASSIMERE. which will bo made to I
order in tho LATEST STYLES and at LOW |
Everything that is new in the way of
II ATS I
N. B.-Our CLOTHING is ncarlvallof|
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
1 Sept 20_MAIN STREET.
Pig Hams and Shoulders.!
CHOICE New York-PIG HAMS and TIG
SHOULDERS, just roecived by last
I 6teamer, and for salo bv
Nov lfi J. ic T. R. AGNEW.
St. James Hotel,
MOW ORLEANS, I.A.
1> H O P K I K T O Ii 8:
WM. A. nURD, of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
JW Telegraph and Railroad Offices in
rotunda ot Hotel. _ JulyjB 6mo_
Just Received and For Sale,
(? BALES GUNNY BAGGING, two pounds
) to tho yard,
10 coils GREENLEAF ROPE,
10 coils MANILLA ROPE, low for cash,
bv E. A G. D. HOPE.
JUST RECEIVED, af tho "Industrial
Association," Ladies' Sacque Patterns,
of tho latest style. Also, very beautiful
Braiding Patterns, for Yoko Dresses and
Gowns. A constant supply of Braiding
and Embroidory Patterns, suitablo for all
styles ot' work, can bo had.
Remember, ladiea, it matters not how
small may bo tho purchase every little you
contribute to this Association is so much
given towards the support of tho poor and
destitute of our land. September 8
W V ?. fis
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Friday) MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
at ni v store, a variety of handsome FUR?
NITURE, belonging to a family declin?
ing house-keeping, among which aro:
Mahogany. Cane Beat, Windsor CH Alli fl,
Rocking Cnairs, . '*
Shovel and Tongs,
Cooking Stove, complete,
Handsomo Brussels Carpet,
Glass Ware, and a variety of articles
useful to houso-keepcrs._ Dec 13
W. T. WALTER, AVCTIONEEB.
TTTTILL bo sold, at publio outcry, on
VV SATURDAY, tho 28th inst., at 10
o'clock, at the Residence of the lato N.
Reraghi, tho whole of his GOODS AND
CHATTELS, consisting of:
BAR FIXTURES, Furniture, Bagatelle
Tablo, Stoves, 8crcens, Pictures. Curtaius,
Mirrors, Ac. Torms cash on doliverv.
L. H. TREVETT,
Dec 13, 27, 23_Administrator.
By LEVIN & MIKELL, Auctioneers
IN obedienco to tho order of the United
States Court, in the mattor of MELVIN
M. COHEN, bankrupt, I wUl sell, OD
TUESDAY, the 17th inst., at 10 o'clock, at
the storo of Levin and Mikoll, on Wash?
ington street, the following arri?les be?
longing to the bankrupt estate, viz:
All tho FURNITURE, consisting of
Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Carpets, Bu?
reaus, Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
The STOCK of a RETAIL GROCERY,
consisting of Wines, Liquors, assorted,
Soap, Tobaccoes, Smoking Tobacco, Flour,
A lot ofSILVER WARE and one Gold
Watch and Chain. Conditions cash, in
greenbacks. H. E. SCOTT,
Dec 8_ _Assignee.
Camden Street, rear of Gregg's China Store.
J. CLENOISING, ... Proprietor.
HAYING thoroughly fitted up tho above
establishment as a RESTAURANT,
I am pic, .ired to furnish visitors with the
best of EATABLES and DRINKABLES.
OYSTERS, GAME, FI8H, MEATS, etc.,
propared in tho very best style, by one of
tho finest cooks ia tho citv. SUPPERS
furnished at short .lotice. Families sup?
plied with OYSTERSv at reasonable prices.
Choice WINES, LIQUORS aud CIGARS
constantlv on hand. \ Dec 10
BY D. HcGUIWNIS,
On Assembly Street, Eaitt Side, Opposite the
North End of the Market.
~~ LUNCH evWyday/?fe. f~\
from ll to 1 Relock, I ./
^JP?K OYSTERS, FISH ^SAW
*2S?g?-?S- and GAME, of. all kinds, served
in tho best styles at all h<v?jrs.
The best of WINES, LIQUORS, BEER,
SEGARS and TOBACCO, fconstantly on
hand._\Oct 9 3ino
TM mm m.
LIQUORS, WINES, 8EGARS, TOBACCO*. R,
THE UNDERSIGNED has fltt\j
anp his establishment, and has r^t
ceived a largo stock of the fineflft
qualities and brands of LIQUORES
WINES, ALES, SEGARS, Smoking and1!
Chowing TORACCO, etc.; SYRUPS; COR-1
DIALS and other articles.
JELLIES and BRANDY FRUITS of homo
In the rear of tho wholesale store, he
has a handsomely appointed
fSAMPLE ROO BI,
WHERE the best of everything is
Mmm . OF all kinds-FISH, OYS- .
'I ?H?ClW,nini'C' GAME, M HATS, Ac/ft
aaqjf IB-furnished at short notice,g/j
"""""-""?"""?"??"."".""and in the very best styles.|Fj
STJPPEIl ROOMS. Eft
-JSS^f, ATTACHED to tho estab-F
"fjiic? liahment aro commodious*^
Qg*^? rooms, whore privato DINNERS
and SUPPERS will bo furnished for any
number of persons from two to 150.
LUNCH every day, at ll o'clock.
Tho Proprietor pledges himseit tnat ho
will continuo, aa heretofore, to use his nt
? most endeavors to givo perfect satisfaction
to his patrons and guests.
Sept 24 T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
CALAFACIO GLOVES and PALS,
Moen Fnn, a toilet powdor,
Lubin's, Coudrav's, Yankee Soaps*
Buff, Ivory and Wooden Combs,
Comb Brushes, Bay Rum,
Hair Pruebes, fino assortment,
Colognes, Toilet Extracts,
Sucking Bottles, Tubes and Nipples,
Night Tapers, Italian Violin Strings,
and various other things too numerous to
mention, for sate by
FISHER * HEINIT8H,
Oct 3 Druggists,_
Harvey's Rat and Mice Paste.
GET EID OF THE EATS.
HARVEY'S RAT PASTE exterminates
Rats, Mico, Roaches and Ants from
your store-room, corn houses or cribs,
your kitchens, your houses; eaves you mo?
ney in providing for these thieves; a sure
euro for these doprodatora and destroyers.
For salo by FISHER A HEIN TISH,
_ Aug 7 Druggists.
Painted Cotton Ties.
TRY DILLON'S UNIVERSAL TIE.
It is tho most simple,
Tho most economic.il, and
The beet TIE in uso.
For sale bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.