Friday Morning, November 23,1866.
Politics, Final??? and Trade.
The connection between thcso sub?
jects exists ut all times, but, in tho
present, condition of public affairs in
this country, this connection is par?
ticularly observable, and is attracting
considerable attention from thc think?
ing men of both sections.
Tho continued exclusion of the
planting States of tho South from
representation in Congress, and the
certainty, almost, that this exclusion
will bo prolonged for another year at
least ; the nefarious tax of throe cents
per pound on cotton ; tho apparent
determination of the party in power
to insist on the harsh terms embraced
in the constitutional amendment; and
the equally positivo determination of
thc Southern States to reject these
terms -all conspire to unsettle com?
mercial relations, and to keep pros?
trat? that confidence so necessary to
sustain commercial transactions and
to keep the capital of the country in
its natural avenues of trade and ex?
It is. then, evident that a continu?
ance of this political condition of
affairs must bo accompanied by a
stagnation of trade, visible even now,
both at the North and the South; but
it not only stagnates business-it
clogs Hie progress of industry, at a
time when it is so necessary to de?
velop the resources of thc country.
Financial embarrassment invariably
follows such interruptions in the ope?
rations of trade and commerce; and
the natural resnlts of an inflated and
depreciated paper currency-commer?
cial failures and bankruptcies-will
thus come upon a people who own
and occupy a country whose resources
are unequalled by an}' country in the
The prospects of tho great staple
of tho South aro not encouraging.
Cotton was, at ono time, the greal
instrumentality in regulating ex?
changes, keeping in healthful opera?
tion our foreign commerce, anc
bringing specie or its equivalent tc
tho producers, enabling them, eacl
successive year, to increase its pro
daction and develop otherwise th<
grand resources of their section. I'
built railroads, erected foundries anc
factories, and brought to us everj
needed artielo of consumption, anc'
all tho machinery and agricultura
implements required to carry on, sue
cessfully, enterprises of every kind
Now, all has changed. No capital ii
coming South for tho purchase o
cotton, because thc amount of cottoi
is not sufficient to induce it. Planter:
in Alabama and other States, evei
after they have sold their small crops
have no money left, and wo obscrvi
that, in some sections, they find them
selves in debt to their factors, afte:
the accounts are balanced.
Such is the present condition o
cotton, with no hope; of improve
mont. We do not believe, nor d<
many practical planters believe, tha
the labor wo havo left is to bo mon
relied upon next year, or tho yea:
after, than it lias been in tho past
Tho oxpeiienee of Northern men win
have made the experiment of plant
ing cotton, it is asserted upon gooi
authority, has been so discouraging
that no moro capital will como iron
that section to tho South to aid in it
Such is tho deplorable condition ti
which radical legislation has brough
the country, and such will bo its con
dition-if not worse-so long as thc;
have legislative control iu the conn
oils of tho nation. Faith, enduranc
and patient working and waiting wer
never moro needed by any peopl
than they are needed now by the pee
plo of tho South.
MEXICO.-The Herald, of Tuesday
information has been received i
Washington that an expeditiouar
loree under Mejia was about to leav
San Luis Potosi for the recapture c
Tampico. Our correspondent a
Washington says, Gen. Sherman lin
been sent to the Mexican coast mere
y to watch and not to direct malten
News from Vera Cruz has been rc
cciyed to tho 13th instant. Max:
milian's ministers had determined t
retain their offices for thc presem
Tho Emperor was still at Orizabi
Ortega was still at Brazos, but ir
tended returning to Now Orleans
Tapia's forces attacked Matamoros o
the 9th inst., but were repulsec
Tapia died on the night of the 10t
of cholera, and Eescobedo was r<
ported as having arrived at th
scene of action.
t?c-nc nt I Assembly*
Wc anuex thc latest despatches o?
the proceedings of tho General As?
sembly of the Presbyterian Church,
South, now in session at Memphis:
Tho Canons of Discipline -were
taken up and read by Kev. Dr. Adger,
Chairman of tho Committee on thc
same, but was stopped by Rev. Dr.
Miller. It is due here to state that
these canons have been under consi- j
deration and advisement by a special
committee for the last niue years,
and are as able and theological as
anything of the kind that is extant.
Dr. Miller wished to ask whether
these rules recognized baptized chil?
dren as subject to the rules of the
church, and to bc governed by them?
Dr. Miller then entered into ii lengthy
argument, which was able and deci?
sive, that children baptized by Chris?
tian parents were as much members
of tho church as those who are adults.
Spoke of thc covenant made with
God and His children, accepting their
children into tho covenant. Ho then
drew a very striking parallel between
tho Old Testament Church and the
New, and from that concluded that
the child was subject to excommuni?
cation for disbelief as much as the
Dr. Adger thought, with all due
deference to tho brother's opinions,
that ho had some wild notions. Did
not thiuk the brother had any au?
thority for his views. Said the chil?
dren were not accountable; conse?
quently, the vows of parents were
not obligatory on them only so far as
the duties of child to parent. That
the Church could not "haul them
up," try them for unbelief, and turn
The order of tho day for reports of
executive committees having arrived,
Kev. Dr. Wilson, Chairman of the
Executive Committee: on Foreign
Missions, read the report, which was
Dr. E. T. Baird then read the re?
port of thc Committee on Publica?
tions, with one from the treasurer of
the committee, which were also re?
The discussion of the relation of
baptized children to discipline in the
church was concluded the next day,
and the canon, as reported by the
commissioners, was adopted. An im?
portant report on beneficiary educa?
tion was presented by the chairman
of the committee appointed by the
last General Assembly. Carson's dis?
ciplinons far as chapter'.), wasadotp
ed, with slight modifications.
STOLEN.-Rev. Dr. Adger, of South
Carolina, in a letter to Dr. Backus, of
Baltimore, lately published, makes
tho following statement, and vouches
for tho fact:
"When General Sherman's anny
passed through Winnsboro, S. C., a
Captain Fuller and six others of that
army, robbed one of the ruling elders
of the Zion Presbyterian Church
there of an elegant silver communion
set, the gift of a dying female mem?
ber of the same, costing $280 in New
York, and having the Church's name
and the donor's name engraved upon
Dr. Adger makes the following ad?
ditional statement, which, for the
honor of humanity as well as Chris?
tianity, wo hope cannot be true:
"A certain congregation of your
body now has that silver communion
set, which Captain Fuller presented
to them, and aro now using it for
their communion purposes, with those
names of Zion Church and its dying
sister staring them continually in the
face, as they eat the bread and drink
tho wine which set forth tho body and
blood of our common Master."
The idea that a Christian church
can colebrato the holy ordinance of
the Lord's Supper in tho uso of ves?
sels thus obtained, is too monstrous.
HOMICIDE.-We learn that Mr. Geo.
Meyer, recently appointed Assistant
United States Assessor of Internal
Revenue, at Blackville, S. C., was
shot and mortally wounded, on Mon?
day last, near that place, by two
young men of this city, named George
and Henry Sanders, brothers. Meyer
lingered until Wednesday morning,
when he expired. The brothers, San?
ders, surrendered themselves, and
were brought to this city, last even?
ing, by Sheriff Williamson, of Barn?
well District. Tho affair grew out of
diflk ulties of a private nature, the
particulars of which we refrain from
grvrng, until an official investigation
takes place.-Charleston Courier, 22rf.
..J --< m ? >
DH ATTI OK THE TYCOON OF JAPAN.
We learn from a despatch by the At?
lantic cable that thc war in Japan is
ended, and that the report of the
death of the Tycoon is confirmed.
Tho war arose from the revolt of one
. of the numerous hereditary princes
; or chieftains-200 in number,, it is
; said-among whom the Japanese em?
pire is divided. Of these princes,
the Tycoon is the chief, but they are
all subject to thc- authority of the
Mikado, or supreme ruler of Japan,
who is tho spiritual leader of the em?
A resolution introduced into tho
Arkansas House of Representatives
declining to act upon the constitu?
tional amendment until such time as
Arkansas is admitted to her repre
sentation in Congress, was referred,
) on tho 13th inst., without discussion,
to tho Committee on Federal Rela?
Dulling, Tell Mc Vos.
Saxo ia nut always sarcastic and witty,
bul sometimes sings as teodor and trtvo a
lay as e ver flowed in impassioned lines
from love-smitten troubadour, as witness
One little moment mon", Maud;
One little whisper more;
I have a word to speak. Maud,
I never breathe^ before.
What eau it bo but love. Maud?
Ami do I rightly guess,
"Pis pleasant to your ear, Maud?
O darling, tell* mo yes!
Tbi' burden of my heart, Maud,
Theres little need to tell;
There's little need to say, Maud,
I've loved you lone- and well.
There's language in a si^h, Maud,
One's meaning to express;
And yours-was il ior me, Maud?
O darling, tell me yes!
My eyes have told my love. Maud,
And on HIV burning cheek,
You've read tho tondor thought, Maud,
My lips refused to spcal;.
' I gave yiiii all my heart, Maud,
'Tis needless lo confess;
And did von give me yours, Maud?
O darling, tell me yes!
'Tis hard to starve a love, Maud,
So worshipful and true;
I know a little cot, Maud,"
Quito large enough for two;
And you will lie my wife, Maud,
So you may ever bless.
Through all your sunny life. Maud,
The day you answered ye?!
Grund Liod^e of Ancient Free M usons
ol' Suntu Carotin?.
Tho Grand Lodge of Ancient Free
Milsons, which assembled in this city,
at Masonic Hall, Tuesday, mot again
yesterday. An additional number of
representatives of Lodges in thc in?
terior of the ?State reported and an?
swered to roll call.
Tho election of grand officers for
thc ensuing year, commenced Tues?
day evening, being the special order,?!
was taken up. Thc following is a full
list of the officers elect: Uro. James
L. Orr, Anderson. M. W. Grand Mas?
ter; Bro. James Conner, Charleston,
B. AV. Deputy Grand Master; Bro.'
W. T. Walter. Columbia, K. W. Se?
nior Grand Warden ; Bro. J. T. Ro?
bertson, Blackville, lt. W. Junior
Grand Warden; Bro. H. W. Schro?
der, Charleston, B. W. Grand Trea?
surer; Bro. B. S. Bruns, Charleston,
B. W. Grand Secretary; Bro. J. B.
Pickott. Orangeburg, B. W. Grand
B. W. Brother James II. Nash,
Deputy Grand Master, from tho com?
mittee to whom was referred thc ad?
dress of thc M. W. Grand Master,
made a favorable report on that por?
tion recommending the appointment
of a Grand Lecturer.
Brother .lames A. Hoyt, of thc
same committee, made a report on
that portion of the address referring
to the donation of 61,000 to the
Grand Lodge of Se 'th Carolina by
the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
The report was accompanied by a re?
solution returning the warnt thanks
of tho Grand Lodge to the Grund
Lodge of Pennsylvania for the gene?
After a spirited discussion and most
feeling and eloquent address of the
ex-Grand Secretary, Brother A. G.
Mackey, the resolution authorizing
the appointment, by tho M. W. Grand
Master, of a Grand Lecturer, was
Thc donation of SI,OOO from the
Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania was,
after sonic discussion, ordered to bc
paid over to the Lodges in Columbia,
Thc imposing ceremonies of in?
stallation of the grand officers took
place at Masonic Hall, at 9 o'clock in
tho evening. The hall was densely
crowded. M. W. Past Grand Master
Henry Buist installed the M. W.
James L. Orr, Grand Master elect,
who was saluted as Grand Master of
Masons, of South Carolina, with the
grand honors of masonry. Tho re?
maining officers were afterwards in?
stalled by tho M. W. Grand Master.
The following subordinate officers
were appointed: W. Bro. S. W. Mau?
rice, W. and Bro. J. B. Allen, Senior
Grand Deacons; W. Bro. T. V.
Walsh, and W. Bro. P. S. Jacobs,
Junior Grand Deacons; W. Bro. J.
A. Hoyt, and W. Bro. F. Horsey,
Grand Stewards; W. Bro. P. Iv. Co?
burn, Grand Marshal; W. Bro. John
Corby, Grand Pursuivant; Bro. Sam.
Burke, Grand Tiler.
A resolution was adopted providing
for the taking of a full-sized portrait
of the present M. W. Grand Master,
and of all living Past Grand Masters
and future Grand Masters; also, of
ex-Grand Secretary B. W. Brother
A. G. Mackey.
[Charlesloh Courier, 22d.
THE CoNSirruTioN SET TO MUSIC.
A Paris journal states that M. Grece
lcr, composer and pianist, known in
New York and Boston, has set the
American Constitution to music.
This strange oritorium was lately per?
formed before a selected audience,
and though it lasted for several hours,
it was seccived with enthusiastic ap?
proval. Tho critics compare Greceler
favorably with Mozart and Bossiui.
COMMUTED.-Wc learn that his
Excellency tho Governor has com?
muted the sentence of Pat. Clifford,
who was convicted of horse stealing
and sentenced to be hanged, at the
last term of tho Bickens Court, to ten
years in the Penitentiary.
[A nderson Intelligencer.
NATIONAL TELEGKAPH COMPANY.
A company has been chartered by
tin; State of New York, with a capital
of 610,000,000, under the above title,
with thc purpose of creating a tho?
rough system of competing lines
throughout tho UnioD.
There is a mau in New York who
resembles tho Fenian Jas. Stephens
so closely tis to pass for his "doublo."
A. number of citizens of Metamora,
Ind., exasperated at a saloon keeper
named Finlay, -who allowed their
sons to visit his saloon and gamble
and drink, set tire to the saloon build?
ing, audit was burned to the ground,
with its contents. All tho other sa?
loon keepers in town have been noti?
fied to close np their business.
The Raleigh Sentinel learns that tho
rice crop of the Cape Fear is almost
an cntiro failure;, Before the war, j
the rico crop of that region was an?
nually about 215,000 bushels. The
present year it will not, wo are told,
go beyond 20,000.
An Augusta ((la.) correspondent of
the Louisville Courier professes to
have made an accurate calculation
that the present number of working
hands inthecottonJStates-the labor?
ing force actually available-does not
Cincinnati has a full regiment of
Fenians, and their uniform is tho
regular army oap bound with green,
tin! Zouave jacket with green facings
and binding, and blue pantaloons
with green cord.
Three young men were arrested
and tined $2 each, in Isew York, on
Wednesday, for lounging ou a street
Cincinnati papers congratulate
themselves that the second visitation
from cholera this season is over.
Or; thc evening of tho 21st instant, at
Trinitv Church, l>v th?: Kev. P. J. Shand,
D. Sr. P. DuBOS?, Jr., of Clarendon Dis?
trict, S. C., to Miss SALLIE C., daughter
of Dr. John Fisher, of this city.
* Sill I* NKAVS.
POUT OF CHARLESTON, NOV. 22.
Steamship Geo. P.. Upton, Crowell, Boston.
Sehr. Robert Caldwell, McCormick, N. V.
WENT TO St.A Y l.sTKKliA Y.
Steamship (ii amtila. Harrison, New York.
Steamship Lulu, Childs, Baltimore.
Ship Golconda, Miskelly, Liberia, An ica.
Iiunch This Bay.
OYSTER soft' hu- LUNCH, THIS DAY,
at the Columbia Restaurant.
Nov 2:; 1* 1). McGTJINNIS.
POLLOCK HOUSE !
I>ILL OP FARE for THIS.DAY, at ll
) o'clock a. m. :
DRUM FISH STEW,
Nov 23 1 T. M. POLLOCK.
fcV-?,^. ONE FINE MILCH COW, with
AOB1"''"' three weeks old. Will he
VI""T?wisnld cheap, if applied for imme
J* y J diatelv Apply at thi^ office.
Nov 2o " " 2
HA I.b's SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER.
Pearson's Hair Rejuvcnator.
I .von's Katlniiron.
I'.an y's Trio ?plierons.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Brown's Bronchial Troehcs. For sal?- at
Du. C. II. MIOT'S Drug Store.
>M^, jfti, j?hb 3^?? JEt
(T1HE RICHMOND ECLECTIC-first
The Crescent Monthly New Orleans.
The Land wo Love- Gen. Hill's.
Godoy's (Holiday) Lady's Book.
Peterson's Magazine illustrated.
Nick-Nax for all Creation.
Als... new Novels, hy Marion Harland,
author of "Alone," anil oilier popular
writers. For sale at Bookstore opposite
Law Range. R. E. BRYAN.
(TTY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, November 21, 1866.
IN pursuance of a resolution of the City
Council, an ELECTION for ALDERMAN
i?.r Ward X?-. 2 will bc hold on MONDAY,
December 3, to lill thc vacancy caused by
C. A. Bedell declining to serve.
The following gentlemen are appointed
managers of said election:
Ward No. 1-Pressly Brown, Clark War?
ing. .Tolin McCammon.
Ward No. 2-lt. L. Brvan, L. T. Levin,
Dr. W. L. Reynolds.
Ward No. 8-W. M. Beckham, A. L.
Solomon, M. H. Berry.
Ward No. 1-E. Stenhouse, W. D. Peck,
T. J. Gibson.
The polls will bo opone'd from lt) a. m. to
4 p. m., at tho following named places:
Ward No. 1-Mrs. Stratton's, [Washing?
Ward No. 2 -Market.
Ward Nb. 3-('itv Clerk's Office.
Ward No. 4- J. C. B. Smith's Store.
Nov 23 J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
The State of South Carolina-Rich?
TN THE COMMON PEE AS.
Zealy, Scott A- Bruns vs. Keatinge & Ball.
TXTHEREAS tho plaintiffs did, on thc
W 22(1 day of November, 1866, file their
declaration against tho defendants, who
(as it is said) are absent from and without
tho limits of this State, and have neither
wife nor attorney known within tho same,
upon whom a copy of the said declaration
might be served:
It is, therefore, on mot ion of John Baus
kett, Esq., plaintiffs' attorney, ordered,
that tho said defendants do appear and
olead to the said declaration, on or before
the 23d day of November, 1867; otherwise,
final and absolute judgment will then ho
given and awarded against them.
1). B. MILLER, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, Richland District, Novem?
ber 22. 1866. Nov 23 qi
SAUCE-PANS, Tin and Brittania,
Tin Tea Kettles,
Coffee and Tallie Urns,
Kerosene Oil -host qnalitv. For sale
LOW l>v GREGG & CO.
Nov 17_ 6
?} Sausage Cutters and Stufl?rs.
..li Ute sion of Hit- Golden Pad-Lock.
JUST arrived, a full supply of SAUSAGE
CUTTERS and ST?FFERS, - and for
sale at lowest prices, uv
Nov 8 JOHN C. DIAL.
THAT "PESKY" POMEKOT.-Brick
Pomeroy s:iys that nine-tenths of tho
children horn of negro women in thc
South., during tho last six months,
say "keow," "heow to ten," "narth
ing," and "I guess so."
St. Jago de Cuba wns visited, on
the 29th ult., by a terrible hurricane,
which destroyed nearly everything ou
the island, leaving the inhabitants
threatened with starvation.
ANOTHER STEAMER WRECKED.-Thc
Northern papers bring us intelligence
that tho steamer Tearless, from
Charleston for Boston, bis been
wrecked off the North Carolina coast.
Gen. Tills? 'i. now at Savannah,
has been authorized to adjust all
c laims to the abandoned coast lands
of Georgia and South Carolina.
1TIERCE PIG HAMS small.
1 " Susar-curcd HAMS-strictly
prime. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
NOTICE TO IRON FOUNDERS"
IJROPOSALS aro invited, until the 24th
. inst., to furnish both the CAST and
WROUGHT IRON WORK needed in tho
construction ?d' cells mov in process of
construction for thc state Print, ntiary.
Fur particulars, parties interested aro
requested to confer with mc in person or
by mail. Tilos, ii. LEE, Ju.,
Engineer and Architect.
Engineer .ind Architect's Office, Stato
Penitentiary, West end of Plain street, Co?
lumbia. S. C., Nov. 19, I860. Nov 20 4
NOTICE TO LUMBERMEN.
]PROPOSALS are invite.1. until tho 24th
. inst., to furnish the LUMBER required
at the State Penitentiary, for building the
work ordered by the Commissioners.
for particulars, parties interested aro
requested to confer with mo in person or
by mail. TIIOS. B. LEE, .Tn.,
Engineer and Architect.
Engineer and Architect's Office, State
Penitentiary, West end Plain strict, Co?
lumbia, S. C., Nov. 19, 18GH. Nov 20 1
TO THE LADIES.
MKS, C. I".. REED has just
^?''^K. received a splendid assort
mont of DRESS TRIMMINGS.
f^^^Also. a fresh supplv >>f MIL
J^lraBW^ '-1N'..*.'iY <:<>!>DS. of all de
?^SBx?f^^r BCriptioUS, at wholesale and
KgP?8^/? retad. French Corsets, Ze
^Li'.F^'iS pbyr Worsted Hair Braids,
'x3 Curls, &c-i wl?c?1 wiI1 m* 8"m
Wt very low. Nov 1 +:5nio
OLD MOUNTAIN WHISKEY.
4BBLS. old) CORN WHISKEY.
1 '. APPLE BRANDY.
Nov20 JOHN' C. SEEGERS & CO.
10 EELS. MOLASSES.
IOW to dealers.
j Nov 20 .JOHN C. SEEGERS_A CO. _
5 DOZEN BROOMS. ~ "
pr DOZ. BUCKETS.
O 4 " Market Baskets.
4 " Clothes Baskets.
Nov 2u J( )HN C. SEEGERS .fe CO.
A LARGE lot just received. L suits for
j\_ all kinds of merchandize, and is sold
lower than any paper can bo brought herc
from the North.
Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
N. B. Fancy Wrapping Paper, Yellow
Factorage and ('nmmission Ilusincss.
rilli !.'. subscriber having rebuilt his stores.
X is prepared to STORK, and SELLCOT
TON and other COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Nov 15 12 ANDREW CRAWFORD.
MA DESIRABLE COTTAGE RESI?
DENCE, with four rooms and garret,
situated in a healthy portion of the city
and m ar to the business part. Terms will
be made accommodating. Apply to
Oct G st HANAU AN A WARLEY.
SUGARS MD MOLASSES.
511I1DS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
15 bbls. Muscovado Molasses--new crop.
3(1 " " Sugar.
10 ,; Extra C
5 " '. ('rushed "
:i " " Pnlv.
100 s;icks Liverpool Sait, seamless sacks,
HM) lbs. English Blue Stone, at 14c.
2,000 lbs. " Copperas, at Gjc.
In store and for sale: bv
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct IS On Plain street.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BBLS. GIBSON'S X, XX, XXX, WHIS?
Rbis. 0. Bliss' Old Bourbon WHISKEY.
il Corn and Rye domestic "
" Holland Anchor GIN.
" American Hope "
" Pinct and Rochelle BRANDY.
" Jamaica and Santa Cruz Rum.
" Sweet Malaga Wine.
" Cherry and Madeira Wine.
" Catalognia Claret Wine.
" Stoughton Hitters.
Boxes Boker's and Krauter Bi tl irs.
" 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 elsewhere, as
great inducements will be offered.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct 18 On Plain street.
1 / \ HALI'S GUNNY RAGGING, extra
JA/ weight -21 pounds.
5?) coils MANILLA ROPE.
I bair BAGGING TWINE.
Thc above in store at reduced rates.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Oct ls ()" Plain street.
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, &c.
Alike Sion of thc Golden Pad-Lock.
SIX THOUSAND lbs. WHITE LEAD, in
A complete assortment of Colored Paints,
Irv and in fol"
300 boxes Window Glass, assorted sixes.
Linseed, Tanners', Kerosene arid Ma?
Furniture, Coach and Japan Varnishes.
A complete variety of Paint, Varnish,
?raining. White-wash, Dusting and Scrub
>ine Brushes, lu store and for salo at
invest prices by JOHN C. DIAL.
Tho Phoenix office is (?ii Main street, a
few doors above Taylor (or Camdeu) street.
If you require any hauling done prompt?
ly, call on Mr. John A. Shiel 1, who is i mi?
ning a "National Express" wagon about
the strei t?. Tho company bas stopped
operations; but John hasn't.
SEI.HNO OFF AT AND Dr.i.ow COST. This
is tho attractive linc which heads the ad?
vertisement of Messrs. Sulzbacher & <'<>.
Our readers would, perhaps, do well to
give them a call, and test thu accuracy ?>('
SEVENTEENTH OF FEKKUAKY, 18U5. -Tho
terrible incidents of that Fearful night, to?
gether with those of the day preceding
ami the two days following, are minutely
related in the volume issued hom thc
Phoenix office. They aro all faithfully re?
corded by an eye-witness, and ono of th?
most graphic writers in thc state. Sucnro
a copy before they aro all gone.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -Attention in ( ail?
ed to tho following advertisements, whi ii
are published ?his morning f.?r UM tirsl
Shiver A Beckham- Ki nd ar.d Profit.
I). 13. Miller tu the Common Picas.
Apply at this Office--Mi ie h Cow for Sah-,
li. L. bryan -Deemnlier Magazines.
A. It. Phillips-Mules at Auction.
C. H. Mint -New doods.
I). McGuinni8 Oyster Soup for Lunch.
Jacob Cohen A Co. Sab- of Seminary'.
Pollock House Lundi.
Meeting of Testimony Committee.
J. S. McMahon- -Municipal Election.
No BETTER IN THE WOKUK-It may bo
safely asserted that not even thc renowned
English Toilet Soaps, including the <>M
Brown Windsor, can surpass those which
arc manufactured by Colgate A Co., John
street. New York. This firm has hal an
experience of many Vears in preparing all
kinds of Family or loilet Soaps, and have
brought the manufacturo to a very high
degree of perfection, while of the purity ot
these Soaps there is no question.
THE Committee to collect testimony as
to the burning of Columbia in February,
lSG?, are requested to meet fit thc Law
Office of the Hon. W. F. DeSaussure,
THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock.
A full and punctual attendance is request?
ed. Nov 23
MACKEREL, SCALED HERRINGS
1 AA BOXES SCALED HERRINGS.
JUJU 10 half bbls. No. 1 MACKEREL.
Kl half bbls. No. 2 MACKEREL.
10 " " No. 3
'id boxes Lemon CRACKERS.
20 " Sugar "
20 " Oester
20 " Soda "
? linds. Clear BACON SIDES, at reduced
~> hiids. Bacon Shoulder?.
Just received and in store, and for sale
at tho LOWEST MARKET PRICES by
'.-1. L. SOLOMON.
Second door from the Skiver House,
Nov 22 On Plain street.
University of South Carolina.
11HE Stated Annual Meeting of the Board
. of Trustees of the University ot South
Carolina will he held at tho University Li
brarv, on WEDNESDAY, 28th inst., ?it 7j
p. rn". C. BRUCK WALKER,
Nov 21 C, Secretary Board Trustees.
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
On hand and being constantly received
by GEO. W. PARKER,
Corner Main and ('aniden st s.
Nov 21 2mo
Box and Office Stoves !
JUST received, a small supply of
i the above named STOVES, which aro
offered LOW for ('ASH, at
J. W. SMITH'S Tin Shop,
Taylor strei t, opposite Park.
Nov 20 lino
S. 3EL STRATTON,
Cotton Rags, Waste. Old Bagging and Rope !
A NJ) OTHER OLD METALS!
HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for tho
above art icles. Assembly st rei t, ono
loor from Gervais, Columbia, S. C.
Nov ls Imo
Winnsboro News and Ynrkville En?
quirer publish three times ami send bills.
GBO. W. PAEXEE,
ANO DEALER IN
SROCERIES, LlQl'ORS, SC., &C"
Corni.' Mui)i and Camden Streets,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
PROMPT and onerg?ticattention is gua?
ranteed to all orders for tho purchase
>r sale of auy species of Property or Mer
handi/.e. Nov 21 2mo
rHE undersigned have entered into part?
nership, under the name of AUTHUR,
il ELTON A MELTON, for practice in tho
'ourts of Law and Equity for Richland,
'airfield, Newberry, Lexington. Kershaw*
nd Sumter Districts, and in the United*
ag- Office, in Columbia, in rear of tho
Jon rt House, up stairs -heretofore occu?
red by Melton .V Melton.
E. J. ARTHUR,
C. I). MELTON.
Nov 15 Imo SAMUEL W. MELTON.
Fire-Dogs, Shovels, Tongs, &c.
?1/ the Shin of the Golden Pad- Ijoeli.
a LARGE VARIETY of FIRE DOCS,
f\. SHOVELS, TONGS, POKERS, FILE
'HOVELS, Ac, Ac, in store and for salo
erv low, by JOHN C. DIAE*
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