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BERLIN, January IQ.-At tho con?
servative dinner, Bismarck, ia ro?
vie wi Hg tho situation, said wat with
France this y?Jk^sas a phantom, and
, tuged his heards to dismiss all fear.
Novrs I terna.
CHABLBSTON, Jaunary 10.-Arrived
. t -schooners Richard Vaux, Woods
Hole; C. , H. v Farber, ' Boston.
Sailed-bark O. B. Hale, Cardenas.
SAN FRANOTBOO,. January 10.-An
. nual report of imports from foreign
ports $15,000,000, yielding $5,500,000
revenue; vin the Isthmus $30,000,000,
mostly outrenoy valuation; exports
rad treasure $40,500,000; merchan
.dize $22,500,000: prodact gold small?
est sines 1850.
WASHINGTON, January 10.-The
following ie .the text of the whiskey
. bill passed by Congress and sent to
' ^Beit enacted, eic, That from and
after this date, no distilled spirits
cb;;ll he vithwiarru Oi icmoved from
s any .warehouse, for the purposes ol
., transportation, rectification, chang?
of package, exportation, or for any
other purpose whatever, uutil the ful
' tax on. such spirits shall have beet
paid; and all Acts and parts of Act;
inconsistent with the provisions here
of are hereby repealed.
sfj Aa official letter from Gen. Ho wan
; states-that the Bureau disbursement
from January 1, 18C5, to January 1
? 3,868, were $5,959,000, and tb
amount on hand $5,736,000.
H - The proceedings in the Supreme
Court is attracting intense interest
The impression that the Bench wi]
decide adversely to the constitution
' ality of the Reconstruction Act
. gains ground. Judge Black move
that a day be appointed for hearin
er parie McCardle, but Mr. St aub er
objected to arguing the case o
behalf of the Government, be eau t
he had written an opinion sustainin
the other side. The matter was di
ferred, upon Stnnbery's suggestioi
until the Government could arrana
to appear by some other couu6e
- This case is that of Col. McCardl
the editor of a Vicksburg paper, wi
i was imprisoned by order of a mil
,v tary commander. A decision
looked for at an early day, and tl
impression is pretty general that
writ will be granted which would vi
tually set aside the law. A secoi
case involves the constitutionality
the law by which Congress au th
rized the sale of captured propert
and div.cted the proceeds to bc pa
into the Treasury, at the same tic
providing that the claimants migl
at the end of two years, bring si
for recovery through the Court
Claims. The case comes np throu
the action of tho owner of a lot
cotton who brought suit direc
against the officer making the seizu:
This latter person pleads the law
his defence. What is known aa t
Virginia case affects the mode
which Congress can proceed in rs
. fying tho contract between the Stat
, It comes into court on motion of I
. parties residing in Virginia, a
claiming that the cession of 1
Counties of Berkley and Jefferson
' West Virginia is not valid, althot
. ratified by Congress. The State
West Virginia provided for receiv:
these Counties upon the consent
Virginia being given. This cons
was obtained,, and Congress 1
asked to ratify the contract, but
fore the action of the body was c
summated, Virginia withdrew
consent; but Congress paid no att
tion to thisAT.tiou, and proceeded
ratify thee agreement. Virgi
claims that such action was uncon
tutional and comes now before
Supreme Court to test it.
The following States have adop
the Constitutional Amendment kn<
as the fourteenth article: New Ha:
. shire,. Connecticut, Tennessee, 1
Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, New Y<
Ohio, Illinois, West Virgipia, E
eas, Nevada, Missouri, Indiana, ll
nesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Mn
chnsetts and Nebraska.
Internal revenue receipts to
JACKSON, MISS., January 10.
the Convention, a resolution
offered to appoint a .committei
seven to memorialize Congress
empower the Convention to vaoat
I civil offices of the State and app
men of approved loyalty; which
discussed at length, and amende
a? to instruct said committee to re
to this Convention as soon as pr
NEW ORLEANS, January 10.
Convention is rushing tho Cons
ton, and got as far as article si
SBven, and is still in session. 1
reported that this sudden activity
caused by letters from promi
politicians now at Washington.
RICHMOND, January 10.-A mili
?fficer arrived from Halifax, ha
in charge the negro ringleader ol
I lecont disturbances there. Th*
junization was broken up, and
xlea that the blacks are to have 1
is exploded. v <f|
In the Convention, ^ censerv
member read a number of the fo
editorials of Hunnicnt, to co:
him of political inconsistency.
Bill of Rights was discussed til
BCKLTNOTON, VT., January
Bishop Hopkins* funeral service
be held on Wednesday, 15th.
ATLANTA, January 10.-An
nance was introduced, limitinj
operation o? the relief ordinanoe!
adopted . by the ; Convention in De-j
comber, to. coses prior to lat June,
18G5. A letter was read from Senator
Sherman, to, a ' delegate, saying tho
Convention should have no fears, but
go ahead; if additional l?gislation is
needed, state what it is and it will be
furnished.. ' Gen. Meade > addressed
the Couvontion, and said ha was sent
to administer the Reconstruction
Acts, which wpre law till decided
otherwise by competent authority,
and should do so as faithfully for the
best interest of the people as he un?
derstood them. He said that it was
a popular impression that be was
bound to enforce the legislation of
I the Convention, but prior to the
( adoption of the new constitution of
reconstruction, such legislation was ]
not valid. The. law gave him a clis
? cretionary power, and he might en?
force some measures, especially any
well digested scheme of relief.
Ex-Gov. Brown addressed a large
audience last night, advocating the
Reconstruction Acts, which, he said,
nu vc tho negroes suffrage, but not the I
right to vote. He defended General
Pope's administration, and argued in
favor of relief to the State banks.
MOBILE, January 10.-The steam?
boat Lilly, loadod with cotton, from
Tuscaloosa for Mobile, hus sunk in
Big Bee River. The boat is a total
loss. The cargo was saved, but in a I
KNOXVILLE, January 10.-Judge
Frogg, of the United States District
Court for Tennessee, pronounced'tbe
law enfranchising the blacks null and
-;-. ? .
WASHINGTON, January 10.-In the]
Senate, the House bill concerning1
contraction of the currency came up,
and an amendment, that nothing in
this or any existing Act Bhall be con?
strued to increase the United States
currency, except 50,000,000 revenue
notes already authorized, was defeat?
ed. The bill was discussed to ad?
In the House, tho bill creating a
new commission of five cents on whis?
key metres, passed. The Kentucky
election case came up, and after three
hours' discussion, Trimble was sworn
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, January 10-Noon.
Gold 37?^. Flour duu and drooping.
Wheat favors buyers. Corn a shado
lower. Oats dull, at }?c. lower.
Pork nominal-old 21.12. Cotton
steady, at 16@16??. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Cotton moro active and
firmer; sales 6,000 bales, at 16*?.
Flour dull-State 8.80@11. Corn J
heavy-mixed Western firstname.lastname@example.org)?;!
Southern white email@example.com; yellow
Southern firstname.lastname@example.org. Freights quiet
and very firm-cotton steam 7 1-16.
Gold readied 37?4, but dosed at 87#.
BALTIMORE, January 10.-Cotton
dull, nt 15>.<. Flour firm and quiet.
Wheat steady-prime to choice South?
ern email@example.com. Corn quiet. Bacon
9; shoulders ll.
CINCINNATI, January 10.-Flour I
quiet and unchanged. Mess pork
old 20; new 21. Shoulders U; clear
sides 11??. Lard 12)^.
CHARLESTON, January 10.-Cotton!
active and advanced J .?c.-sales 1,700 |
bales; middling 16; receipts 1,300.
AUGUSTA, January 10.-Cotton
market active and advancing; sales I
750 bales; receipts 520-middling 14 I
MOBILE, January 10.-Sales of cot?
ton to-day 2,600 bales; the market1
I closed firm-middling ll.1^; receipts I
to-day 3,186; sales of the week
13,400; receipts 17,058; stock 73,847.
NEW ORLEANS, January 10.-Cot?
ton active; sales 5,400 bales; receipts
8,060-middling 15^; sales of the
week 32,200; receipts 22,071; stock
112,808. Molasses steady and firm
common 50@55; primo to choice 70
?75. Flour quiet-superfine 8.25.
Bacon shoulders-jobbing 9@9)?;
clear 13@13,'.<. Gold 36.>?.
PARIS, January 10.-Bullion in th?
Bank of France decreased 330,OU0
LIVERPOOL, January 10-Noon.
Cotton firm nnd unchauged; sales
10,000 bales; sales of tho niuo days
114,000; whereof 17,000 are for ex?
port and 7,000 speculation; stock
419,000, including 94,000 at sea from
Bombay for Liverpool ; since last re?
port, January 1, 17,000.
LONDON, January 10-3 P. M.
LIVERPOOL, January 10-3 P. M.
Cotton firm and unchanged, but |
more doing. Total stock at sea 211,
000, whereof 115,000 are American.
LIVERPOOL, January 10-Evening.
Cotton market steady.
VERY OLD JAMAICA RUM,
GOOD FOR EGG-NOG, at
Dec 24 J. C. BEEPERS & CO.'S.
FINE FAMILY BIBLES.
WE have a fow very Ano Oxford edi?
tions of tlie FAMILY BIBLE, which
H? tv:':! sell AT COST. They were sent na by
HYMN BOOKS and Prayer Books of
various stylos of binding, for tho different
i Writing Desks, Papetrios containing
Suvelopes and Paper, perfumed-some?
thing new-a handsome Christmas pre
eent, at DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S
Mi Administrator's Notice.
A LL poreonB having claims against the
J\. estate of JOHN FANNING, deceased,
will present them, properly attested; and
all Indebted will make immediate payment
and save costs. RICH'D FLAHIGAN,
Deo 14 sl3 Administrator.
Report, for Week ending Friday, January 10
. PjBtBirrx OFFICE, COLUMBIA, B,. C., JfK. ll.
Tho cotton markrt bbs been rather irregu?
lar'doting the pant Week, owing to the
continued unfavorable at couuts from the
European and Northern marketa; and the
range of middling has been from 18i?14e.
Wo now quote 18^13| for middling, and
other grades in proportion. The eales of
tho week foot up 287 bale?, aa follow?: 15 at
10$; 23 at llj; 38 at 12; 20 at 12J; 62 at 12$;
27 at 123; 62 at 13; 22 at 134; 10 at 13? ; 15
Thero baa beeu no material change
other ai tides of country produco.
The following buying rates o? Bouth Ca- ]
rodna Bauk Notes, ia prepared by Thoa. E.
Gregg A Co., Broker?:
Bank of Camden....15
Bank of Charlestou. 16
Bank or Chester.,.7
Bank of Georgetown.10
Bank of Newberry.28
Bank of South Carolina. 8
Bank of State or Bouth Carolina, [old,].. 7
Bank or State or South Caroliua, [new,]. 2
Bank of Hamburg. ll
Commercial Hank. .i
Exchange Bank. 9 j
Planters' Bank. 4|
Farmers and Exchange Bank. 1
State Bank. 1
South-Western Railroad Bank, [old, J-23
People's . .35
Planter i and Mechanics.16
WUolejale l'rlces Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
THE COLUMBIA BO ABD OF TRADE.
APPLES-Per bushel.1 25 ?1 50
BAGGING-Gunnv, per vard.. Ot) 27
Dundee " ? 30
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 20 ?
N.Y.orWest, " 15 ? 16
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.. ^ ?0
Count rv. " .. 30 ? 10
BACON-Hams, per lb. 23 ?
Sides " . 16 ? 17
Shoulders," . 14 ? 15
BRICKS-Per 1,000.9 00?12 Ul)
CANDLES-Sporm, per lb ... 37? 45
Adamantine, " .. 24 ? 25
Tallow, " .. 18 0$ 20
COTTON YARN-Per bunch . .1 50 ?1 75
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lb 14 ?
Middling. " 13J'?J 135
Low Midilliug, " 13 ? 13J
Good Ordinarv, " 121? 12j
Ordinary, * " 10.}? 12
CHEESE-English Dairv, per lbl9 (di '?0
factory, " " 19 ? 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 24 OM 27
Laguaym, " . 28 ? 30
Java, " _ 40 (ii 45
FLOUR-Countrv, per bbl. . .14 00?14 50
GRAIN-Com, per bush.1 25?
Wheat, " .1 65@2 00
Oats, " . - 60? 65
Peas, " . 90? 1 00
HAY-Nortnern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.T2}@ 18
Green, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00?I 25
LARD-Per lb.16J? 13
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling, " . 1 50
Shingles, per 1,000 . 2 75
LIME-Per bbl.2 70?2 80
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.58?60
Now Orleans, " 1 00<ai 25
Sugar House. " .. .75?! 25
NAILS-Per keg.6 75@8 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. @2 00
OLL-Kerosene, per gallon. 65? 70
Machinery " .75@1 00
1 POTATOES-Irish, per bimbel. 1 75?2 00
Sweet. " 60? 75
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? ll |
East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 33? 1 34
Silver.1 25r<al 30
SHOT, per bag.3 25?3 50
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon_ 6 00
Hrandv. " .4 00?12 00
Holland Gin, " .. .5 O0?7 00
American " " .. .3 59?4 00
Jamaica Hum, " .. .6 00@7 00
N. E. " " . . .3 50?3 75
Bourbon Whiskey,. .3 50?4 50
Monongahela " . .3 75?4 00
Rectilied " .. .2 50?2 75
SALT-Liverpool, per sack.2 50?2 60
SOAP-Per lb. 9 ? 12
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb.19 ? 10A
Powdered, " .19 ? 19}
Brown. " .121? 17}
STARCH-Per lb.10? 12}
TEA-Green, per lb.1 00?2 00
Black, " .1 00?1 50
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb_50@l 25
Smoking, ?4 .50? 100
VINEGAR-Wine, per Kallon... .70? 75
Cider, " ....50? 60
Fronch, " . .1 25? 1 50
WINE-Champagne,per basket.25?32 00
Port, per gallon.3 00@5 00
Sherry, " .3 50@6 00
Madeira, " .3 50?G 00
MEATS-Pork, per lb. 15
Beer, ". 8 012}
Muttou, " . 12}
POULTRY-Turkovs, per pair.
Ducks", ,f .
Chicken? ' .30?35
Geese. " .
Powder, Shot, &c.
DUPONT'S RIFLE POWDER, in whole,
halt and quarter kegs.
Dupont's Blasting, Duck Shooting, Eaglo
and Diamond Grain Powder.
Drop aud Buck Shot, Percussion Caps,
Flints, Guns, Pistol?, kc, on hand and for
sale low by J. & T. R. AGNEW,
Solo Agents for Dupont's Gunpowder.
On Consignment, with Orders to Sell.
Qr. BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
OV-F 10 boxes Extra Fine Tobacco.
60 boxes Low Pricoil Segars.
15 '* Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30 ALFRED TOLLESON.
Hams and Breakfast Strips,
FRESH and good, at low rates.
Dec 7 JOHN 0. SEEGERB A CO.
KBUSHELS COW PEAS.
UV7U FISHER A LOWRANCE.
An eruption of the skin, of thirty
year's standing, which defied the skill of
the doctors, was cured, in Philadelphia,
by using Hclnitsh's Queen's Delight.
Hoop Iron, Hoop Iron.
JUST reoetved, per Ynmnri, from Liver?
pool, a full assortment of HOOP IRON,
from i @U biches wide. For sale at great?
ly reduced prices, by
Deo 18 J. A T. B. AGNEW.
No. 1 Mackerel,
Dee 7 JCHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
? M , i,! ? j ; " ,-? y-,
! Proceeding? of Council.
I : COUNCIL CHAMBER,
COLOMBIA, January 7, 1868. '.
. Present-His Honor tlje Mayor;
Aldermen Alexander, Geiger, Fisher,
Hunt, McDonald, McKenzie, Rad?
cliffe, Stork, Walter aud Weam.
The minutes of the last regular
meeting were read and confirmed.
Proposals for contracting for the
work required by the Street Depart?
ment were presented by G. W.
Wright, jr., &0o., Ferguson & Miller,
Hussung Sc Motz and M. E. Hearne,
and, on motion, referrod to the Com?
mittee on Streets.
Au application for auctioneer's
liceuso was received from M. W.
Bythewood, and referred to tho Cit\
I An application from W. H. Wigg
I teacher, of the City Male School, foi
fuel for the use of the school, wai
Applications for license to retai
spirituous liquors were presented ty
the following named periaons, ?T>?
referred to the Committee on Li
censes: Tavern license-F. A. Jacob
James Cl?ftey, Lowis Daniels, Fred
Zesterfletb, Wm. J. Thomas. Quar
license-J. S. Campbell, John Altec
George W. Parker, M. Comerford
Fisher & Lowrance, E. Stenhouse.
The following accounts were pr<
sented and referred to the Committe
on Accounts: J. C. Dial against Sit
ney Park, Guard House, Watt
Works and Street Departments; Hu:
suug Sc Motz against the Street Di
purtment; James Douglas against tli
Street Department; aud the Lunati
Asylum agaiust the city.
The City Clerk preseuted his r
port for the mouth of Decetnbe
The Clerk of the Market present?
his report for the mouth of Decor
The Chief of Police preseuted h
report for tho month of Decembc
The Committee ou Accounts i
ported on the following bills as heil
correct, and recommended their pu
ment: Hopson & Sutpben againstt
I Street Department, 819.15, nod W
j ter Works, 822; E. Sc G. D. Ho
against the Alms House, 8278. ]
aud Dr. A. W. Kennedy, for exar
nation of a lunatic, $5. Report :
ceived and adopted.
Tho Committee on Market repo
ed the monthly report of the Ch
of the Market, for November,
being correct. Concurred in.
The Committee on Licenses si
mitted a report, recommending tl
license to retail spirituous liquors
granted the following named p
sons: Allw?rden & Stork, M. Br
non, James Clendining, John Cr<
ley Sc Co., F. Carri, Riobard Flanig
C. Hamberg, Choi lea Hoeffer, j
bert Joyner, Churles Minort,
McGuiunis, T. F. McBurney, V
McGuinuis, T. M. Pollock, C.
Remseu, S. Sheridan, W. C. Stri
land. John Stork, John C. Seegoi
Co. Quart license-Richard Al
O. Z. Bates, P. Cantwell, E. Sc G.
Hope, Hardy Solomon, Hardy S
mon. The report of the Commi
on Licenses was received and ad>
ed, after striking out the name oi
The application of T. F. Mci
ney for tavern license, to bo loci
on Plain street, between Richart
and Assembly, was laid before
Council for their consideration,
petition of sundry citizens, pra;
that Council would not grant ;
cense to T. F. McBurney at his
posed location, haviug been rea
was moved and carried, that the
plication of Mr. McBurney he
Tho Committee on Fire De
mont presented the following re
Tho Committee on Fire De
mont, to whom was referred a
tion from P. F. Frazee, Esq.,
leave to report, that they have
sidered tho contents of said peti
which sets forth that said petit
has been in possession of the
mises, carrying on a blacksmith i
siuco the year 1849; that said
mises were destroyed hy fire in
-rebuilt in i860. The ordinal
tho city prohibits the erecti
blacksmith shops on Main stre
on tho squares terminating thc
The shop of the petitioner <
within the meaning and spirit o
ordinance; but your Committe
see no good reason for disturbii
petitioner at this lato day, wi
has been known to the uuthi
for a length of time, and no
tions made by neighbors or pr<
owners in the immediate vi<
Your Committee would, the)
offer the following resolution:
Resolved, That the petition
F. Frazee, be allowed to carrj
blacksmith shop on his premi
tho present-provided said sho
not endanger contiguous prope
proves a nuisanoe to the nei
hood. Respectfully submitted
W. T. WALTER,
T. W. RADCLLF
On motion, Council refui
adopt the report and r?solu
the Committee on Fire Depai
The same Committee presen
following report, which, on i
was received as information".
Tb his Honor the Mayor (jud Ai
of the City Council.
GEKTX<BHB2*: Your Commi
Fire Department, to whom '
ferred a petition, signed "Fir
i calling the attention of Connell to a
? anrer mode of making the alarm in
caso of fire, thitn the one now in
ose;, your committee are well aware
of the faults, in the present arrange?
ment of spreading the fire ul or ru, the
present tower being too low, and not
situated in a commanding position ;
but the finances of the city forbids
the outlay that would be necessary to
build a tower of sufficient height and
strength to answer tho purpose; your
committee would recommend that
his Honor consult with the President
and directora of the Charlotte and
South Carolina Railroad, also the
officers of the South Carolina Rail?
road, for the purpose of aiding thc
authorities in thia matter. . A watch'
man is on duty at those depots, whe
could ring an alarm, agreed upon it
case of fire, which would materially
assist in spreading the alarm, so tba
it could be heard in the difieren
portions of the city; a timely alaru
may often save a large amount o
nroport ? Some change ?rc?i ILo uu<
now is use is absolutely necessary, o
at all vents, some assistance fron
other sources. A bell might be pro
cured at a small outlay for the pul
pose, and suspended on the Stat
House building, where a wutchma:
is always in attendance, and cou!
readily assist in spreading the alarm
If such an arrangement meets wit
the approbation of Council, a cod
of signals could be arranged betwee
the main bell and the others, thf
would prevent confusion and unneoei
sary ringing. Your committee woul
further report, that the Fire Depar
ment of the city consists of but tv?
regularly organized Fire Engir
Compauies, namely: the Palmetl
and the Independent; the foran
commanded by Capt. W. B. Stanle;
the latter by Capt. J. C. Sutphen
each of these companies have enrol
ed about fifty working member
Tho Palmetto Company, by the u:
tiring exertions of individual met
hors of the company, soliciting co;
tributions from brother firemen at
others, in different portions of tl
United States, enough to build tl
shell uf u house to protect th?
apparatus from the inclemency of t
weather. Some $800 to $1,000
required to finish the said buildin
to make it available for tho uses of t
company. It is tho opinion of ye
committee, that an appropriation
that effect should bo made. Soi
repairs is also necessary on their <
gino-in other respects, the compa
is in good working condition. T.
Independent Company are also ere
ing a building for housing their ?
parntus, which will soon be rc.dy
that purpose. This company has o
made strenuous extertions to pl
herself buck in her former conditi
and is now ready for active dc
Tho hose of this company is go
but not suflicieut, being only
feet, where 1,000 is requisite. *
Palmetto's hose is not of the bet
neither in quantity or quality. Y
committee would parnestly call
attention of Couucil to the fact, I
the Fire Department of this
costs less to the city, than that of
other city or town on the contini
it has been kept up by the pro
worthy and patriotic members of
several compauies, and seldom 1
they called upon the city authori
for assietauce. A good working,
governed Fire Department, is ne
sary for the prompt stopping
conflagrations, and the security
the citizens' property; and wo
look back with pride on our s
Fire Department, and point to n
instances where the fire demon
been subdued by them. ?our <
mittee would further report, tl
petition, signed by numerous
zens, calling attention to the dat
ons condition of a wagon yard, ii
central part of the city, surroui
by wooden houses, where camp
were buruiug nt uight. Your
mittee took prompt action iu nc
ing the parties complained of,
promised to abate the nuisance f
with. Your committee has als
amined several stoves pipes, v
were uot iu accordance with exi
ordinances, notified the parties
the necessary alterations, wilie
been ci inplied with, as far aa
committee aro aware of. All of \
is respectfully submitted.
W. T. WALTER.
T. W. RADCLIF]
A bill entitled "An Ordin?r
raise supplies for the year 186c
ceived its second reading. Pe
its third reading, Council tool
ceHs until Wednesday eveuinj
Council was called to orde
Present-His Houor the S
Aldermen Fisher, Geiger, Hun
Donald, McKenzie, Stork, 1
A bill entitled "An Ordina
raise supplies for the year 18
ceived its final reading, ami
passed, its title chanced to t
di na ii oe, was duly ratified, an
came a law.
Alderman Walter offered tb
lowing resolution.which was ad
Resolved, That it be referred
Committee of Ways and Met
inquire into the expediency ?
posing of any city property wi
not in use, for the purpose <
charging the debt of the city.
On motion, Council adjourn
j. s. MCMAHON, city ci
? t?t?? f. . ?fi* *x 4 ' "'-V . i
Hulea i Mule*.' !
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
Wo will sell, on WEDNE8DAY MORNING,
l?th instant, at 10 o'clock, at|C. Logan's
lot, . ..' ' O'. > .
75 YOUNG MULES. Terms cash.
Extensive Sale of Fine Furniture.
BY D. C. PBESOTT0 & SON.
BY permission of JACOB BELL, Esq.,
Ordinary for Richland District, wc will
sell, at the residence of the late ROT. J.
T. Munds, deceased, on tho corner of
Assembly and Lumber streets, on
THURSDAY, the 23d inst., at 10 o'clock
A. M., precisely, the entire personal
effects and household articles, consist?
Teto-a-Tetea and Etcgeres,
Mahogany Sofas and Rockers,
" Arm and Hair-Seat Cb airs,
Handsome Mantle Clock,
" Lurge China Vases,
" Gilt Frame Pictures,
V Papior Mache Table,
,?? ; Marble-Top Tables.
1 ilagni?oent 7} Octavo Rosewood
PIANO, with Fino Stool and Music Rack.
DINING ROOM FURNITURE.
Mahogany Marble-Top Sideboard,
Walnut Extension Tablo,
Mahogany Hair-Seat Arm Chairs,
Mahogany Tahlee and Etcgeres,
Walnnt Cane-Seat Chairs,
Walnut Book Cases,
Handsome Mantel Vasca,
Carpet and Ingrain. Rug,
Fin? Window Shades,
Shovels, Tongs and Fenders,
Drop Lights and Oas Chandelier.
Fino Damask Lounge,
? Mahogany Table and Hat Rack,
'* Rosewood Table,
Fine Gilt Frame Pinturea.
Large Rocking Chairs,
Trundle. Bed and Mattress,
Washstand and Towel Rack,
Basins and Pitchers,
Fire Dogs, Shovel and Tongs,
Fine French Bodstead,
Mattresses, Feather Bede,
Cribs, Cradles and Thermometer.
A full assortment of KITCHEN FURNI?
TURE and UTENSILS, and a splendid
COOKING STOVE, in fine and complete
? complete set of CHINA, CROCKERY
and GLASSWARE, and many other arti?
cles for house-keeping, too numerous- to
TEKWS OF SALK.-All sums under $100,
cash; above $100, a noto secured with suf?
ficient eecuritv, at six months. Sale posi?
tive, j. W. PARKER, Executor.
Something New and Fine.
"HILL ARP" SMOKING TOBACCO.
JUST received, a consignment of above
brand of TOBACCO, considered by
connoisseurs the finest In the market. It
is manufactured from tho best Virginia
leaf, free from Btoms, and some folks who
'?ave smokod it think that its influence iru
jarts no small degree of the wit and
I humor of the celebrated "Bill" himself.
'izi, ho^rev??, ??ll convince any one ot
its superiority. For sale, in anv quantity,
by GEORGE SYMMERS.
GWYNN, COTTEN & C0Jf
Colton Factors and General (Wo Merehanla
105 West Lonibard street, Baltimore.
LIBERAL advances made OD consign?
ments. Orders for general merchan?
Henry Gwynn, of Baltimore; R. R. Cot
ten, late of Tar boro, N. C.; Walter Gwynn
Jr.. of South Carolina. Oct ll jjggjgo
Steam Engine for Sale.
ASTATIONARY 8TEAM ENGINE, 85
horse powor, in complete order; with
Fluo Boiler, containing 82 Flues.
Also, a CIRCULAR SAW MILL.
To be sold singly or together. The En?
gine can be seen at the Congaree Iron
Works, foot of Lady Btreet.
Appiv to R. MCDOUGAL,^
Nov 15 _Columbia, 8. C.
Copeland fie Bearden
HAVE ON HAND
200 bushels SEED WHEAT,
50 bags Extra Family FLOUR,
1,000 lbs. Now Bacon HAMS.
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
20 ?bis. Golden and Bee-hivo Syrups,
Bagging and Bale Ropo,
201) sacks Liverpool Salt,
10 bales Yarn. Nov IC
C}f\f\ BUSHELS PRIME OATS for sale
ZUU low. FISHER &. LOWRANCE.
IIclnlMh's Crimson Tetter Wash,
for Tetter, Ringworm, Pimples, Worm
Spots, Roughness of the Skin-a euro for
Tetter and Ringworm._
Salt, Salt, Salt, Salt.
fHlf\f\ SACKS genuine LIVERPOOL
SALT, fresh from shipboard,
and at as low price as Wilmington Salt ia
sold by other parties. For salo by
Deo_12_ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
The Quaker Liniment: tho best lini?
ment for family use; can bc used internally
and outwardly. It ia a great pain destroy?
er. It kills pain and all kinds of aches
Sold by Fisher & Heinitsh._(
THE beHtkind. BEARD'S Self-Adjust?
ing IRON TIE, low for Cash. ?
Nov 10 _^kEJM^WJMNCE^
"St. James Hotel,
KKW OIILEANS, LA.
WM. A. HURD, of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Riol
SOT Tolegraph and Railroud Oflicea ia
rotunda of Hoyt. July 8 Brno
Painted Cotton Ties.
TRY DILLON'S UN IVERS AL TIE.
It is the most simple,
The most economical, and
The best TIE in use.
For sale by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Yoar beauty, your health, your ease
may be zestorod, by using Heiniteh's.