Sunday Morning, Nov. 25. 1866.
Lid tlir Worst Com?.
Our telegapnic despatches yester
day morniug, reported that Thad. ;
Stevens hud arrived in Washington, ?
and announced his intention of being
more radical than ever. Well, let it j
bo SO. We agree with tho Memphis j
Aval mehr, that it wero bootless now j
to remonstrate against anything the
radicals may do, or to inquire by
what authority, law or custom, this
or that thing is or may be doue.
Tn the radical catalogue of preroga?
tives, "might makes right," and con?
stitutions und laws are regarded as but
tracings upon the sands of the sea?
shore, which every wave may erase.
The Sooth has taken her stand, lt is
one of dignified patience and waiting.
Let the worst come, and tho sooner
the better, if there bo any "worst" in
store for us. With a unanimity as
cheering as it is just, tho ten South?
ern States will reject all further
amendments to the Constitution of
If wo must live with nien in the
Union, -who teach us nothing
but hatred, it shall be under the
frame-work of a Goverumeut found?
ed by the great and glorious pa?
triots of the past, who left it to us and
our children os-a legacy of liberty,
which has wou the admiration of the
civilized world. If that foundation
or its superstructure be ever again
altered, it will not be by the sous of the
men who were its architects and
builders. Let that bu the woriv of
vandal bauds, not that of Southern
men. These last have always revered
the Constitution of the United States.
When the Southern people aspired
. to a separate Government, it was that
they might not live with the fanatics
who now control it. They had no
objection to the Constitution itself
for they adopted it as their own,
almost word for word. They did not
think they could much improve the
work of Madison aud Hamilton.
This achievement is left for Stevens
and Butler. The South will never
consent to it, and, with Kentucky,
Maryland and Delaware by her side,
she cannot but feel proud of her posi?
The Legislature of South Carolina
meets to-morrow evening, and meets
at a time fraught with tho gravest
questions and most momentous issues
that ever were presented to the Anie
can people. As humble journalists,
who have endeavored to watch with a
zealous scrutiny the current of events
in national politics, we venture tc
urge that body to give tho proposed
constitutional amendment due con
sideration, and reject it upon thc
strongest grounds that a committee
of both houses, appointed for tho
purpose, can bring forward. South
Carolina, the first to rebel againsl
what she thought was injustice, owes
it to her Southern sisters who have
already spoken on the subject, tc
sustain them in their spurning of this
attempt to make them record an acl
of self-degradation, by a trumpet
tongued eloquence and the most pow?
erful arguments that her ablest mei
can bring to the cause.
THE FLORIDA. LEGISLATURE.-Thi
body convened in Tallahassee 01
Wednesday last. Gov. Walker take:
ground, iu his message, against tin
constitutional amendment, and prc;
Rents his reasons at length for s<
doing. The Floridian says it is no
likely there will be any votes in th
Legislature in support of it.
Thc Governor touches briefly upoi
tho conflict between the militar;
authorities in this State and th
policy of tho President, as shown b;
tho interference of tho former wit!
the civil tribunals, in utter eon temp
of the President's proclamation, an
tho setting np of special judicial tr:
banals in equal contempt of the Cor
.stitution of the United States.
MARYLAND A MEDIATOR UETWEE
TH- NORTH AND SOUTH.-A Waslnuj:
^ ton letter says thai "for many rei
sons a pian is being considered i
Maryland bearing upon tho constiti
tional amendment question, in whic
that State is to figure as a mediate
between the North and the Soutl
The Baltimore delegation to the Li
gislature have had private meeting
and passed resolutions requesting th
Governor to call an extra session c
the Legislature to take action oa th:
All business was suspended i
Athens, Ga., ono week day recent!
while the merchants attended a rel
gious revival meeting.
The correspondent of thc Baltimore j
Gazelle writes :
As the radical members arrive, it !
becomes more and more certain that j
they will resort, as nt the last session, j
to ? preliminary caucus to inaugurate ]
a junto, into whose hands will bo j
committed the legislation of the corm- ?
irv, at least so far as the question of ?
Southern representation is concern?
ed. Thc: adoption of this course is
undoubted proof that suspicion still
lurks in the minds of the leaders as
to their ability, without the most
stringent tactics, to hold their party
up to the work cut out for them. In?
deed, I learn from reliable sources,
that some thirty or forty members of
the present Congress claimed by, and
heretofore acting with, the radical
extremists, will peremptorily refuse
to .support the ultra programme ot
their self-constituted leude*. ?. I have,
myself, heard members of the radical
sido of tho House, within the past
few days, scout the idea of the im?
peachment of the President. Such a
movement is no longer thought, by
intelligent men of any party, to be
among possible contingencies.
A despatch to the New York Herald
It is reported that there are now
iu the forts around this city and
between them ?iud Baltimore some
fifteen or twenty thousand United
States troops, aud the question is
asked what does this mean? Some
suppose these troops were collected
in view of a probable insurrection in
Maryland with the late election; some
conjecture that they are intended for
Mexico; while other astrologers oi
tho radical stripe suspect that under
President Johnson's apparently cor?
dial resignation to the results of tho
late election, he meditates a tremen?
dous coup d'etat: that the Southern
rebel aud the Northern copperhead
organs still agitatiug this thing, some
openly and others in a mask, know
what they are talking about, and thal
Mr. Seward, when he asked the peo?
ple, on thc late Chicago pilgrimage,
whether they wouid have Andrew
Johnson " as President or as king,'
hinted at what was coming. Presi?
dent Johnson, they suspect, is pre?
paring to quash a threatened im
I peachmeut ; but, they say, the "boy;
in blue" are on the qui vite.
\ A special despatch to the Baltimore
Sun gives us the following informa
The internal revenue receipts t(
date for November are 15,892,548
and for the whole month are likeb
to reach about twenty-one millions o
dollars, which is a material fulling of
from the same month last year. Th
receipts of the present fiscal year ti
date aro in round numbers $141,
Commissioner Hollins is now ex
elusively engaged on his annual re
port ; and one feature will be a com
I parative showing of the workings o
? the new revenue law as contraste)
S with tho law of last year.
The Secretary of the Treasury i
making heavy drafts upon tho Na
tion al Banks, for the purpose of rc
j deeming accruing debts of the Gc
j vern m ont. As much as nineteen mi]
lion of dollars were thus drawn fror
j the banks in one day.
Tile Enforcement of tile Lawi.
It must be evident to the commor
est apprehension that President Join
son has either refused or neglected t
enforce the provisions of the civ
rights acts of last winter. We ha\
not been able to lind a single instanc
in which he has enforced this lav
nor do we believe that any such ca
be produced. No act upon the sti
tute book is more important than th
one, as it is the safeguard for the live:
the property, and the liberties of foi
millions of enfranchised people. '.
was passed by a constitutional both
by the requisite two-thirds majorit
over his veto, and is fully as much
law as any act he has chosen to ei
i force. The Constitution confers upc
i the President no power to select win
laws he may choose and what he ma
not. It expressly says that he sha
enforce all laws enacted by compete]
authority, and this is his bounde
duty, for the refusal or neglect i
which he is liable to impeachmeu
that being clearly a high misdeme
nor in office.-Philadelphia Nor
We have not seen, says tho Nation
Intelligencer, for a lifetime, a mo
flagrant partisanship than the above
this, from a paper representing,
we suppose, the mercantile intere
of a great city. The North Ameria
outstrips the Press. Would it n
be consistent with a tolerable sen
of justice in the premises to mentic
some cases where the President h
not executed the civil rights act
manner and form prescribed by law
Until it does so, it will be obnoxio
to the charge that its partisanship
of that passionate kind-that will n
reason. The following addition
paragraph most clearly shows the e
altetl motive of thc American, the fa
being fixed that the officers of who
it speaks are now Republicans :
Tiie officers to whom we must loi
for the enforcement of tho civil rigl
law are the district attorneys ai
United States' marshals, and thc
may by law be made subject to a
pointment by Chief Justice Chase
by the Judges of the Supreme Cot
as a body.
A child died of starvation at Lon
ville on Tuesday. Its parents wt
! lately from Georgia, ana very pooi
THE M?KDEKEK OF KEITH.-Solo?
mon, tho negro charged -with the
murder of Keith, and who, it will be
recollected, some time ago, while on
the way to the jail at Marion, effect?
ed his escape, very unexpectedly,
and to tho astonishment of every
body, re-appeared in our village the
latter part of last week. It seems
that he had been iu Charleston, and
could have secured a free passage to
Liberia on tho Golconda, but by tho
advice of Gen. Scott, was induced to
return and stand his trial. If we
have heard aright, tho testimony that
will be given in his case, ho is not
likely to have reason to feel grateful
to the Bureau for this advice. The
murderer seldom escapes, and very
strange are tho means by which, not
unfrequently, he is brought to tho
gallows. We doubt if a case stranger
than this has ever occurred.
Since writing the above, wo have
learned that Solomon has again es?
caped. On his way a second time to
Marion, ho rolled off a hand-car at
full speed, and got clear from the
same constable from whom he got
away the first time.-Darlington
Major Walker, commanding at
Aikeu, S. C., has issued an order re?
citing that " in order to carry out the
verbal instructions of the Major Gen?
end Commanding Department, to
protect the homes of families and
the rights of the freedmen, Lieut.
Walsh will, iu all cases, whero the
property of tho colored people, such
as houses, barns, stables, ?c., have
been wantonly destined, cause the
residents of the immediate vicinity
to rehuild tho same; and in case of
their refusal to comply with such
order, tho buildiugs so destroyed,
are to be erected under the direction
of Lieut. Walsh, who will levy a tax
upon the surrounding residents of a
proportion sufficient to defray the
expenses of the United States Go?
In the Probate Coui't of St. Louis
the administrator of the estate of An- j
tonio Barboraria, who died a couple
'of months since, has been required to j
give bonds in the sum of one hundred
thousand dollars, from which it is in?
ferred that the estate is worth about
fifty thousand dollars. This princely
fortune was accumulated by Antonio
in soiling peanuts and apples at a
fruit stand in St. Louis, which his
widow falls heir to. Who sneers ai
small things after this ?
An Austrian Empire is one of the
few countries producing the impor?
tant article of quicksilver in sufheient
quantities to allow of a large exporta?
tion of it after meeting every demand
of its own industrial establishments.
The chief produce of Austria is from
the mines of Idria, ?n Corinthia. In
180-t tho production for the whole
empire was 5,384 cwt., of which 3,022
cwt. were exported.
On tho 20th inst., by thc- Rev. J. I.. Rey?
nolds, Mr. MELTIAH R. OREEN to Miss
MARION E. SPIGENER, all of this place.
PORT OF CHARLESTON. NOV. 24.
Steamship Raleigh, Marshman, Ne,w York.
WENT TO SEA YESTEI?DAY.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
A MEETING of the citizens of Columbia
will bc held on MONDAY MORNING, at ll
o'clock, in Gibbes' Hall, at tho request of
tho '"Committee io Collect Testimony rela?
tivo to tho Burning of Columbia." It is
hoped that there will be a general attend?
ance to receive tho report.
Nov 25 __THEO_._STARK, Mayor. _
BILL OF FARE for TO-MORROW, at
ll o'clock a. m.:
FOREIGN DUCKS, served np by a Fe?
JOHNNY REB. BALLS.
Nov 25 1 _'ElJ*'T]^'?T--^
A HOUSE, situated corner of
Gates and Lady streets, containing
.six rooms and out-buildings. Pos?
session priven 1st December. Apply at
JACOB. HUSSUNG'S Blacksmith ShopI
Nov 25 _ 3*
FINE STOCK OP
IWOULD call tho attention of tho pub?
lic genera?v to my stock o?' ZEPHYR
WOOLEN GOODS, which embraces almost
everv article in that line, such as:
SONTAGS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS,
KNIT HOODS, NUBIAS,
Infants' CAPS and BOOTS, ?fcc. .
C. F. JACKSON.
BBLS. PEACH-BLOW POTATOES,
?. BREAKFAST BACON,
Tierces Hngar-cured HAMS,
Bbls. Extra FAMILY FLOUR,
SALT, SUGAR, COFFEE, BACON,
Bbls. and kits NOR. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel.
With a full and complete stock of Groce?
ries. For sale at LOWEST CASH PRICES
bv C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
Factorage and Commission Business.
THE subscriber having rebuilt his stores,
is prepared to STORE and SELL COT?
TON and other COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Nov 15 12 ANDREW CRAWFORD.
5 DOZEN BROOMS.
4 " Market Baskets.
4 " Clothes Baskets.
Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGEBS A CO.
Manufactures at the South are be?
ginning to grow encouraging. Ono
factory in Augusta hus turned out
during tho past year six million four
hundred and ten thousand yards of
cloth, and a profit of only two cents
per yard would amount to about
twenty-five per cent, on the capital
of the concern-six hundred thou?
sand dollars. This proves that there
is profit to bo acquired in the manu?
facture of cotton where it is grown.
The Washington correspondent of
the New York Tribune writes : So
successfully are the Catholics obtain?
ing the lead in the education of this
District, that the nuns of the Convent
of ho Visitation have the whole
sq' s of land between Sixteenth
and seventeenth streets, and L and
M streets, and will at once proceed
to organizo the leading young ladies'
seminary of this part of the country.
There has been a great decline in
dry goods in Cincinnati. Dealers are
paying increased attention to the low
priced grades of dress goods, and are
selling at greatly reduced prices. The
generality of stocks are displaying
large show cards bearing the inscrip?
tion of reduced prices. Large auction
houses aro crammed with heavy con?
The Memphis cotton mill, destroyed
by fire on tho 14th, were owned by
Jesse Page and George Gheek, and
were valued at two hundred thousand
dollars, on which there was insurance
to the amount of ninety-five thousand
dollars, principally in tho Hartford,
Conn., offices. The fire was acciden?
tal. Two hundred hands were thrown
out of employment.
CONFEDERATE DEAD.?- Mr. Joseph
Sanford has keen a warded the con?
tract for the re-interment of the Con?
federate dead immediately around
Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia,
by the Memorial Association, for the
sum of one thousand dollars. There
is supposed to be about one thou?
sand bodies to bo dug up for inter?
N. C. BUCKWHEAT FLOUE.
"I dy ?SACKS, 100 lb*, each, of tho above,
JLM verv choice, jiisl received. Tins
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR is well known to bo
superior to the Northern article. IL will
I be sold low to dealers.
A lot of CRANBERRIES daily expected.
i Nov 2"> 1 Washington stri ct.
AYOUNG MAN wishes to employ his
evenings keeping a set of BOOKS.
Apply to E. STENHOUSE,
Nov 24 fl Main street.
HE,. J. W. BARNWELL,
OF Beaufort District, will deliver an
ORATION be fore tho Ciariosophio So?
ciety of the University of South Carolina,
at the University Chapel, on FRIDAY, the
30th inst., at 7 p. TU.
Tho ladies, and tho public generally, are
iuvitud to attend.
N. B. BARNWELL, President.
T. J. GRIFFIN, Secretary. Nov' 24 5*
CABBAGE! CABBAGE! !
LARGE HARD-HEAD CABBAGE.
Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS .t CO.
University of South Carolina.
THE Stated Annual Meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the University of South
Carolina will be held at the University Li
1 brarv, on WEDNESDAY. 28th inst., at T.j
p. rn'. C. BRUCE WALKER,
Nov 21 G Secretary Board Trustees.
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
On hand and being constantly received
by GEO. W. PARKER,
Corner Main and Camden sts.
Nov 21 2mo
Box and Office Stoves !
JUST received, a small supply of
i the above named STOVES, which are
I offered LOW for CASH, at
J. W. SMITH'S Tin Shop.
Taylor street, opposite Park.
Nov 20 lino
Just Received and in Store.
1 AAA BUSHELS prime White Pro
l.UUU vision CORN, (Maryland.)
500 bushels primo Mixed CORN.
50 bbls. FAMILY FLOUR.
1,000 bushels White and Black Seed Oats.
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sidos and Shoulders.
10 bags Rangoon Rice-prfme.
25 bbls. super Flour.
25 sacks Salt.
50 bushels Cow Peas.
50 bales Eastern Hay..
Grain of all descriptions constantly on
hand. For sale at lowest market figures.
BROWNE & SCHIRMEU,
Volger's new store, Main street.
_ Nov 15_
1TIERCE PIG HAMS-small.
1 .' Sugar-cured HAMS-strictly
prime. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
OLD MOUNTAIN WHISKEY.
4BBLS. OLD CORN WHISKEY.
1 " APPLEBRANDY.
Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
10 BBLS. MOLASSES.
LOW to dealers.
Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
ALARGE lot just received, lt suits for
all kinds of merchandize, and is sold
lower than any paper can be brought here
from the North.
Nov 20 JOHN C. fr LEGERS k CO.
N. B.-Fancy Wrapping Paper, Yellow
THE RICHMOND ECLECTIC-first
Thc Crescent Monthly-New Orloana.
The Land wo Love-Gen. Hill's.
Godoy's (Holiday) I ady's Book.
Nick-Nax for all Creation.
Also, now Novels, by Marion Harland,
author of "Alone," and other popular
writers. For salo at Bookstore opposite
Law Range. . J. J. McCARTER.
Nov 23 R. L. BRYAN.
Thc Jewish Consistory of Pari.;
has, says the London Globe's corres?
pondent, convoked a grand meeting
of Babbis, to be held in that city
during the Universal Exhibition of
next year, to make some new regula?
tions respecting the food of Israel?
AN. AWFUL RESPONSIBILITY SOME?
WHERE.-According to an estimate
recently made in Virginia, based4upon
on the returns of commissioners and
assessors of taxes, for various coun?
ties of the State, two hundred thou
i saud negroes have died there since
A NEAT (YANKEE) BUSINESS OPERA?
TION.-Two merchants of Boston dis?
appeared on Tuesday last, leaving
liabilities behind them to the amount
of $175,000 and assets to the amount
of niuo pair of boots and a hoop
Kev. Mr. Spurgeon, in a recent
sermon, characterized High Church
ism as " Bastard Popery," and Broad
Churchism as "dishonest infi?
There is a report that an energetic
effort will be made next session, by
tho leaders of fashion in Paris, to
revive the practico of powdering the
The "Great Eastern," which has
been chartered to transport passen?
gers from New York to Brest, during
the Paris Exposition, can carry ?3,500
In Natches Parish, Louisiana,
planters apply a coat of tar to mali?
cious persons, caught enticing ne?
groes from their employers.
Louis Napoleon was out shooting
on tho 27th of October, at which
time many newspapers were thinking
of getting his obituary ready.
An exchange advises gentlemen not
to part their hair behind, for " hair
parted in that way reveals a soft place
in the head."
It is stated that 2,500 of tho En?
glish clergy now use lights in their
churches, after "the fashion of
A silver niiueiu Greece, which sus?
pended operations 2,204 years ago,
has been purchased and is now being
worked by a French company.
j BELLE HAVEN INSTITUTE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Select Boarding and Day School for
Young Ladies-English and Erench.
rpiILS School will bo re-opened on MON
I DAY, December :5, at the house re?
cently occupied by J. B. Campbell, Esq.,
adjoining Mr. Wm. Glaze, near the Arse?
nal grounds. The former character of this
institution will be sustained-affording
every facility for a thorougldy practical
education, with due attention to thc grace?
ful accovnjilishments and requirements of
refined and enlightened society. The study
of Mimic and Languages, under Prof. and
j Mr?. ENGELBRECHT, presents superior
I advantages. For terms, Ac, applv as
I above, to Mus. J. C. ENGELBRECHT.
I TANNING'S RESTAURANT.
mills RESTAURANT, which has been
JL closed for the past few weeks for tho
purpose of completely refitting it through?
out, will be rc-opened TO-MORROW (Mon?
Thc proprietor has just laid in a fine
stock of LIQUORS, WINES, extra lino
CREAM ALE, (which will bc kept con?
stan ly on draught;) a superior article of
Champagne Cider, in pint and quart bot?
tles; hue, Cordials; best Segars, Smoking
?3- A tine LUNCH, of GAME. SOUP,
? Ac, will be served up TO-MORROW
j MORNING, at ll o'clock, to which he in?
vites all epicures to call and partake of.
Lunch will be ?l ived up dailv, from ll to
1 o'clock. . JOHN FANNING.
Nov 25 6
Sausage Critters ?nd Stufl?rs.
At the Sign of the Golden J'ad-Loek.
JUST arrived", a full supply of SAUSAGE
CUTTERS and STLFFERS, ard for
sale at lowest prices, bv
Nov S "JOHN C. DIAL.
SUPERIOR KEROSENE OIL.
BBLS. extra fine KEROSENE OIL,
for sale bv
Nov 13_FISHER Sc HEINITSH.
CHEAP SOAP AND STARCH.
? Pale Bar
Washing Soda. For sale by
FISHER Si HEINITSH, Druggists.
"BEWARE OF THA?"c?l7GH!',
THE changing season is productive of
many afflictions of tho lungs and
throat. A small cough is the voice of na?
ture telling you to beware of tho danger of
a neglected cough. For all kinds of cough
and affections of the lungs, uso "STAN?
LEY'S COUGH SYRUP." lt will cure you.
Begin at once. Don't delay. Goto FISHER
.V, HEINITSH, and ask "for "Stanley's."
They are the proprietors. Nov '.)
THE SiAFF OF LIFE!
YET tho cause of many ills. Bteat fer?
mented is less nutritious than unfer
mentcd, in consequence of its gluten and
starch being decomposed. All fermented
bread, no matter by what combination of
substances fermentation has been brought
about, is unwholesome and poisonous to
the stomach. Indigestion, heart-burn,
headache, acidity, flatulency, oppression of
the stomach, all come from" the obnoxious
Tennent. Use the "CRESCENTJERATED
BAKING POWDERS"--achcap, wholesome
and nutritious powder for making all kinds
of bread, batter cakes, Johnny cakes, muf?
fins, buckwheat cakes. For sale by
FIS H ER ?V HEINITSH. Pharmacists.
HARVEY'S ITCH OLNTMENTT
IT cures Itch in twenty-four hours. It
cures all kinds of Itch-Barber's Itch,
Camp Itch, Tetter Itch, Pile Itch, Scald
head Itch. For sale bv
FISHER Sc HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
Toothache Cured in One Minute.
TUE most violent toothache relieved in
one minute. For sale by
FISHER Sc HELNITSH, Pharmacists.
Tho P/iWitts office is on Main itreet, a
OW doora above Taylor (or Camden) street.
G. H. Cathcart, Esq., of tho Charleston
'ens, paid v.s a visit last night. Mr. C.
.ill romain in Columbia a few days.
Thc United States District Court will
meet at Nickerson'd Hotel, at ll o'clock,
to-morrow (Monday) morning-his Honor
George S. bryan presiding.
The bill of faro of the Pollock House, for *
to-morrow, presents something a little out
of tho usual lino-"foreign ducks, prepared
by a Fenian." Tho curious will doubtless
investigate lim matter.
We arc again under obligations to Peter
B. Glass, Esq., for copies of tho principal
New York daily papers-the Herald, News,
Times, World, Sun, Tribwie&uA tho Weekly
Day Hook. Mr. Glass keeps these publi?
cations constantly on hand.
SHAVING.-Not your note, but j our face.
If you want anything in the "barbarizing"
lino done, call on John Milla, at Nicker
son's Hotel. Ho will fix you off in Gnu
Wno Bfu.vED COLUMBIA?-This question
will bo asked fifty years hence. Then
place thc ouly full and true account of its
destruction in your libraries, so that your
children and children's children will know
the whole truth. It will bc more interest?
ing to them 1 lian any romance.
"AND STILL THEY COME."-lt will be seen
from our advertising columns that Mr.
Fanning will re-open his restaurant, to?
morrow morning, with a lunch of game,
soup and other et ceteras. The wild tur-,
keys, ducks, Ac, that he has provided look
tempting. Mr. F'aniirhg has laid in a fino
stock of everything iu bia line, and doubt- '
lesa will receive a full sharo of patronage.
IlF.Liuiors SERVICES THIS ;DAY.-Trinity
Church-Rev. P. J. Shand, 10J a m. and
SJ p. m.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E. Bogga,
Pastor, 10J a. m. and 3.J p. m.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J. O'Connell,
10 a. m. and 3J p. m.
Lutheran Church-Rev. A. lt. Rude, 10J
Theological Seminary, (Christ Church
Congregation)-Rov.J. M.Pringle, Rector,
10} a. m. and 3j p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. W.
T. Capers, Pastor, 10J a. m. and 3} p. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. Dr. Reynolds, 10}
a. m. and 7 p. m.
Marion Street Church-Rev. E. G.
Gage, Pastor, 10J a. m. Monthly Church
Meeting, 3} p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -Attention ie call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
are published this morning for tho first
A. Palmer-Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
Belle Haven Institute, Columbia.
Jacob Husaung-House to Rent.
T. M. Pollock -Lunch on Monday.
C. F. Jackson-Woolen Goods.
C. H. Baldwin A Co.-New Gooda.
E. Sill-Buckwheat Flour.
Theo. Stark-Public Meeting.
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER.
Pearson's Hair Rejuvenator.
Ayer s Cherry Pectoral.
Brown's Bronchial Troches. For sale at
Da. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
IL ate Arrivals.
JUST OPENED, a fine assortmont of :
Conty's VIOLET POMADE.
CREME DE BEAUTE.
Delettrcz Creme Duchesse.
Rubin's Extracts, for Handkerchief.
Farina Cologne, genuine.
Burnett's Toilet Setts.
Laird's Bloom of Youth.
Rubin's Soaps, assorted.
Rimmel's Toilet Bar Soap.
Brown Windsor Soap.
Rimmel's Pellucid Glycerine Soap.
Military Shaving Soap. At
_ Dn. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
JUST OPENED, a large assortment of
Low's and John Gosnell A Co.'s ENG?
LISH HAIR BRUSHES, at
_DE. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
ONE case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for salo
at MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
INDIA RUBBER, BUFFALO and IVORY
COMBS, at C. H. MIOT'S
Oct 17_Drug Store.
_- HOSTETTER'S BITTERS.
gjSfflBfjfo. McLean's Strength'g Cordial.
>?7*p!P.y Pankniu's Hepatic Bitters.
gPjLjf Plantation Bitters.
<5Rj Perry Davis' Pain KiUer.
Hoofland's German Bitters.
Sandford's Liver Invigorator.
White Castile Soap. 4
Cod Liver Oil.
Opium, Blue Mass.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Seed.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
Together with a large assortment of
such articles as are generally kept in first
clasB drug stores. DR. C. H. MIOT,
Sept 1 Druggist and Chemist.
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