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COLUMBIA.
Wednesday Morning, Nov. 28, 1886.
The GovcTiior'i Mcgiage.
We publish this morning, the mes?
sage of Governor Orr, and invite foi
it a careful perusal from the pcoph
of South Carolina. The message is
evidently very carefully prepared,
and discusses with great ability tin
various subjects of interest to om
people. It is so clear on every point,
that an abstract or summary is ent ire?
ly urinecssary.
The recommendation that an
amendmc-iit repealing that clause ol
the Constitution, requiring the Gene?
ral Assembly to establish District
Courts, is, in our judgment, euiinemth
proper; for already there have been
grave objections urged against the
utility of these Courts; and as Gover?
nor Orr justly remarks, no human
?wisdom is equal to the task of giving
a perfect system of courts and laws
when an ancient sj'stem is to bo re?
vised; therefore, if the Constitution
is amended as the Governor suggests,
a year will show whether tho Districl
Courts should be continued.
T;e Governor's suggestions as tc
the necessary changes iu tho crimi?
nal law caused by the establishment
of the penitentiary system ; as to
certain civil officers who use seals
Congressianal elections, ?tc, appeal
to us to be worthy of adoption bj
the General Assembly; while his re?
marks on the freed people show that
be has carefully considered the sub
ject, and do credit to his head anci
heart. The financial condition of thc
State is very clearly shown, and thc
most of the Governor's suggestion.'
as to levying somo additional taxes
to increase tho revenue, aro basec
upou justice and equality among thc
various professions and occupation;
required to contribute to the suppor
of tho State Government.
The subject of supplying corn io:
the people of the State, very proper
ly enters into the list of the Gover
nor's suggestions and recommenda
tions, and he tells tho Legislature
that it is reasonably certain that th
requirements made at the extra ses
sion, that for every dollar of th
State bonds issued, a bushel of con
should be laid down in the State
would prevent the purchase of th
needed supply. The proposition o
Messrs. Brown & Schirmer, of thi
cit}*, experienced dealers in grain
and that to be proposed by Mr. Biker
of Charleston, will receive du
consideration, and may be found t
Le the best practical mode of intro?
ducing the needed supplies.
The Governor again urges the cm
actment of a homestead law, and
law providing for an increase of prc
perty to be exempt from levy and sale
His review of the provisions of th
proposed Constitutional Amendment
is very good, and will be read wit
interest, as it was reported ho was i
favor of the Legislature ratifying i
This unfounded rumor is put at re:
by the analysis of its odious feature
which he presents in this messagi
With him we say, "let us preseri
our oxen self-respect, arid the respect <
our posterity, by ref using to bethe mee
?instruments of our own shame."
We again commend the message 1
the consideration of the L?gislatif
and our people generally, as an ai
mirable State paper, ?md one of tl
ablest we have read from any Exec
ti ve in these troublous times. Evei
question of public interest is ab
discussed, and every suggestion e
titled to the serious attention of tin
body to which they are addressed.
Despatches received at Montre
from England by the Governor-Gen
ral, state that tire possibility of troul
with the United States, render an i
crease of vigilance indispensable <
the part of the Canadian nuthoritic
It is rumored iu conservative eire!
in New Orleans, that Governor We
.will be impeached on tho assemblii
of the Louisiana Legislature, on t
charge of attempting to subvert t
State Government.
The venerable Bishop Andrew,
the Methodist Episcopal Chur
South, is in Savannah, Ga. His gre
uge is telling upon him, but his mi
is clear and he is as earnest as ever
his great mission.
The aggregate amount of mon
appropriated by Congress, at its L
session, for various public purpos
is $155,881,784.10.
After nineteen ineffectual ball
ings, the Arkansas Legislature, up
Wednesday, failed to^ elect a Uni!
States Senator.
Uovernor Perry's l.ett?rr.
Hie admirable letter of Governor
Perry to Charles W. Woodward,
Esq., of Philadelphia, discussing the
Constitutional Amendment, (original?
ly published in the Phoenix,) has at?
tracted more attention, so far as our
observation has extended, than any
other paper which we have soon. It
has been published from New York to
New Orleans, in tho leading papers
of every city, and has been generally
accompanied by very commendatory
uotii es. We have not space for all the
comments of our cotemporaries on
this admirable production, but sub?
join extracts from two Southern lead?
ing journals.
The New Orleans Times has a very
long and able notice of the letter, in
which it says the antecedents ot
Governor Perry "entitle it to the
highest consideration of the people
of the entire South." It says:
"No living statesmen can show a
fairer record, and although we have
often differed from his views, promul?
gated in times of high party excite?
ment, yet we aro prepared to bear
testimony to his thorough honesty.
A native citizen of South Carolina, j
and, for the last quarter of a century, j
ono of her most-honored legislators, j
he was yet opposed to the leading !
doctrines of what was called tho Caro- <?
tin? part}', lu the old nullification '
controversy that took place in 1832- j
o, lie ranged himself on the side of
the Unionists: and, in lb'50, when |
the doctrine of secession was broach?
ed and maintained with great ardor]
by many of the most eminent citizens
of that State, he raised an earnest
voice against it, through the columns |
of a press then under his able direc- ?
tion. When tho State of South Caro- j
lina, at length, in 1SG0, actually
seceded, he bowed to her behests, i
and united his fortunes with that of ?
Iiis State, during the unhappy war
that succeeded."
Tho Times then proceeds to sum- ?
tnarize approvingly tho arguments
used by Gov. Perry against the
amendment, and concludes as fol?
lows:
"These views, nobly expressed by
Gov. Perry at the proper time, are
very encouraging. The South has no
cause for despair. Her citizens aro,
and will be, true to themselves in this
hour of threatened danger to their
liberties, and tho Chief-Magistrate of
the nation, who, in the midst of
difficulties, has displayed tho energy
of a Jackson, and the courage of a
Cromwsll, will, we aro sure, prove
himself equal to thc further trials to
which they may bo subjected by the
unhallowed designs and crafty ma?
nouvres of the enemies of tho Union
and the Constitution."
The Columbus (Ga.) Sun expresses
moro fully our own opinion when we
published the letter. We have to
limit ourselves to one or two extracts
from tho editorial of that paper:
"Weean recall nothing from all that
has been written or spoken upon the
acceptance by the South of the Con?
stitutional Amendment, which will
compare in point, clearness and force
to this production of the pen of the
ex-Provisional Governor of South
Carolina. From it the North may
learn the exact status of every true
Southerner, and in addition, may
find in it a faithful portraiture of the
waudering vagabonds who claim to
be the exponents of Southern loyalty
and Unionism.
"This last effort of Governor Perry
has filled to repletion, the measure of
our admiration for his intellectual
capacity and exalted honor. He
alone, of all the Union men of the
South, can present a record which
will command universal respect for
its consistency, and in comparison
with his own, the persecutions of all
the rest, for devotion to the Union,
have been light and trifling. Almost
unaided and alone, he fearlessly faced
the intolerant spirit of the doini
nant party in South Carolina. His
devotion to the Union cast a shadow
upon his life in the early days of his
manhood, and throughout the strug?
gles of after years, ho stood by his
principles in the face of social ostra?
cism; and in times when thu expres?
sion of a Union sentiment was almost
a badge of personal infamy."
We aro truly gratified to see that
this able letter has been properly ap?
preciated throughout the entire
South, aud published and treated
with high respect by even Northern
journals opposed to us in political
sentiment.
A parado of tho New York fire de?
partment has taken place. Thirty
four steamers, twelve hook and lad?
der trucks, and six hundred men
were on the ground.
COLUMBIA RESTAUEAMT,
Opposite the Sac Market.
BILL OF FABE for LUNCH THIS DAY:
OYSTER SOL I'..
N?v 23 1 p. McGUINNIS, Sup't.
POLLOCK HOUSE.
XiTTsarcsiEa:
THF. following will bo served up THIS
DAY, at ll o'clock:
? CALF HEAD SOUP,
FORCE MEAT BALLS,
I FRIED LIVER, with ONIONS.
! Nov2S T. M. POLLOCK.
Legislature of South Carolina.
TuMday, November 27, 1SCG.
SENATE.
Thc ScnUto met ut 12 m.
Mr. Grisham, from thc Committee ap?
pointed to wait on his Excellency Gov.
Urr, reported that they had performed that
duty, and that he would communicate
forthwith.
Private Secretary Simons then reSul the
message. The message and accompanying
documenta were made the special order for
1 o'clock to-morrow.
Messrs. Weatherly and Wilson submit?
ted reports of grand juries.
Messrs. Weatherly, Townes and Tracey
submitted reports of Commissioners of
Free Schools.
Mr Arthur presented tho petition of Dr.
M. LaBorde, Professor in South Carolina
College, praying arrears of salary. Also,
thc petition of the Commissioners of Pub?
lic Buildings for Richland District, praying
un appropriation to build a jail. Also, the
petition of Dr. John Lynch, praying com?
pensation for a post mortem examination.
Mr. Townes presented the petition of
Prof. J. R. Patrick, praying arrears of
salary ,as Professor in tim State Military ?
Academy.
Mr. Kenery presented tho petition of ;
certain officers of the Washington Eight
Infantry Charitable Association, praying j
an net of incorporation." Also, a petition ;
praying incorporation of th:. Sea Island i
Credit and Loan Association.
Mr. Buist introduced a bill to incorpo- |
rate the Sea Island Cotton, Land, Credit !
and Loan Association.
Mr. K(*rshaw introduced a bill to amend I
the charter of thc town of Camden.
Adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The Houne met at 12 m.
Messrs. Crayton, Tew, Rall; Hayes, Seig
ling. Campbell, Townsend, Suber, Norton,
Gilbert, browning, Springs, .and others
presented petitions, presentment? and
other papers.
Mr. Thomas presented the petition of \
the Commissioners of Public Buildings for
Richland District, for appropriation toi
build a jail. Also, petition and account j
of Dr. A. W. Kennedy, Professors Patrick I
and White.
Mr. Talley submitted the presentment of j
the Graud Jury of Richland District. Also, '
the claim of E. A G. D. Hone, tor supplies I
furnished the Arsenal Academy.
Mr. Bach niau presented accounts of Ju- ?
?ian A. Selby and shiver A Beckham. Also |
the petition of John Waties, for salary as
Clerk and Librarian of the Court of Ap?
peals.
Mr. Hay introduced a resolution relative
to tho importation of foreign corn, which
was agreed to.
Mr. Warley introduced the following
resolutions, which were made the special
order for Thursday next, at 12 m.:
Resolved, That this body desires to ex?
press to Jefferson Davis their deepest sym?
pathy, their profound respect, their com?
bined persona) attachment and their en?
during remembrance of his virtues as a
man, and those great qualities of mind anti
heart, which, in the Cabinet and on the
held-Hi prosperity and adversity -while
in power and from his prison house-call
forth and receive from thurn the same ac?
knowledgment of love and regard as when
he was the acknowledged head of a gallant
people, contending against overwhelming
odds for freedom and self-government.
Resolved, That the members of this
House regard tho continued imprison?
ment of Jefferson Davis as unwarrantable
by the Constitution, and as tyrannical, op?
pressive and unjust.
Resolved, That this House is prepared
to make appropriations to defray a part of
the expenses necessary for the defence of
Jefferson Davis bv able and learned coun?
sel.
Resolved, That this House commend the
family of Jefferson Davis to the kindly
sympathies of their constituents, and re?
commend that Contributions bo made in
every District for their subsistence and
support.
Messrs. Siegling, Campbell and others
gave? notice of the introduction of bills.
Mr. Wagoner, from tho Special Commit?
tee relative to European emigration, sub?
mitted a report.
Message No. 1 from his Excellency was
read by Messrs. Tinirod and Sparnick.
On motion of Mr. Richardson, 1,000
?opios of the message and accompanying
documents were ordered to be printed."
House adjourned.
SHIP NKWS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON. NOV. 27.
A rtniVED YESTERDAY.
Steamship E. B. Souder, Lockwood, N. Y.
Ship Nunnavan, Dunnio, New York.
Industrial Association.
AT a meeting of the ladies, on the 12th
inst., the '"Ladies' Industrial Association"
was ro-organized. Mrs. R. E. Levy was
appointed President, and Mrs. Dr. Fair
Secretary ami Treasurer.
Thc sum of one dollar was fixed as tho
terms of membership.
At a subsequent meeting, on the 19th,
aji Executive Committee was appointed,
consisting of Mrs. S. Guignard, Mrs. Dr.
Fair, Mrs. F. W. Green and Mrs. M. Cohen.
Mrs. Wm. Reynolds generously proffered
a room in tho bpsement of the Female
Academy for the use of tho Association,
which was thankfully accepted.
Thc Committee wero directed to arrange
as soon as possible for the distribution of
work; and on FRIDAY, at 10 o'clock, they
propose giving out a few garments to such
persons as aro capable of doing lin? work
and desire tho aid of tho Association
earning a subsistence. At prosent, their
means are so limited that they will be com?
pelled to give Only to a small number If
successful in the sale of articles manufac?
tured, they hope to enlarge tho circle of
their operations.
Donations in monoy or matorials for
work will be thankfully received.
Tho Board of Managers are requested to
meet at tho Work Room, TO-MORROW,
(Thursday, ) ar. 12 o'clock._ _Nov 28 1
~TO RENTT
MA DWELLING, situated on Main
street. Applv at J. SULZBACHER
A CO.'S, Assembly street, between
Plain and Washington. Nov 28 3
Fine Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
f* BOXES TEMPTATION.
O 2 " ATLANTIC CABLE.
10 boxes different brands-Zephyr Puff,
Virginia Kiln Dried, Piney Woods, Green
Seal, Killickinick and other brands. Wholo
sale arid retail.
Nov 28_J?3^C- ^LEGERS A CO. _
!Land for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for salo a
TRACT OF LAND, containing 1,919
.acres, situated on Scouter Creek,
nine miles South of Lexington C. H.; to?
gether wit h a FLOUR MILL, good DWELL?
ING HOUSE and out-builditigs.
Terms $2,000 in specie. Apply to
MACON HUCKABEE,
Clark's Mills P. O., Lexington Dist., S. C.
Nov 28 1*
Columbia. Wholesale Prices Currtnt.
COItKECTEO WEEKLY
BY FISH KU & LOW HA KCl:.
APPLES -Per bushel.$2 00
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 38
Dundee " . 35
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb. 25
N. Y. or West, pr lb. .20@23
BACON-Hams, per lb.25<&28
Sides . " . 23
Shoulders, " . z\
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. " 50
Countrv, " . :!.">
BLICKS-Per 1,000 . 7 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch.. 2 50@2 75
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling, " . 31
CANDLES- Sperm, per lb.26@27
Adamantine, ". 30
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.:iOr??:?:?
Laguayra, " . 40
Java, * ': . . 50
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lb... 25
Skimmed, " ... 20
CORN -Per bushel. 1 G0@1 75
FLOUR- Super., per bbl. 12 00
Extra Family. IS 00
HAY-Northern, per cwt. 2 00
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES- Dry, per lb. 15
Green, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 25
LARD- Per lb.23@25
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scant ling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIM E-Per bbl.
MOLASSES Cuba, per gallon. 70
New Orleans, " . 1 25
Sugar House. I 23
NAILS -Per keg. S 00
ONIONS -Per bushel. i 00 !
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 1 00 j
Terebene, " .
Sperm,. ". I
PEAS-Per bushel. 1 75 !
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 2 00
Sweet, " . 1 00
RICE-Carolina, per bushel. loco j
East India, ". 9 00
SPECIE-Gold . 1 40 I
Silver. 1 35 i
SALT-Liverpool, per sack. 3 50 ?
Table, " . 5 00 I
SOAP-Per bar.15@20
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. -jo I
Powdered, " . 20
Brown, .15@20
'. SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. ooo j
Cognac Brandy. " . !> 00
Domestic .? '? .... 3 00 '
Holland Gin, " . s 00
American " " . 4 00
.Jamaica Ruin, " . ? 00
N. E. " " . 3 50 i
Bourbon Whiskey; . :5 no \
Monongahela " . 5 oo
Rectified .. . 3 Ot/ j
STARCH Per lb.._ 15
TEA-Green, per lb."... 150
Black, " . 1 00 j
TOBACCO -Chewing, per lb.30/$ 100 |
Smoking, " .50 <<C 75 1
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 75 ;
Cider, . 75 I
French, " . 1 50 ;
WINE-Champagne, per basket... 35 00
Port, per gallon. 4 50 j
Sherry, " . 5 00 1
Madeira, '? . 5 oo i
DOMESTIC MARKET.
MEATS -Pork, ?erlb. 15 i
Beef, '..12J?15 j
Mutton, " . 12A ;
POULTRY-Turkevs, per pair. 3 Of?
Ducks" " . 1 00
Chickens, " . 75 !
Geese. " ... 1 25
Information Wanted
OF N. W. McLEMORE, who was at tb.?
College Hospital, Columbia, sick, when
Sherman captured tho city. Ile was a
member of tho Reserve Corps, South Caro?
lina troops, which was guarding the pri?
soners at that place? Any information
of his whereabouts, or his grave, will be
thankfully received bv his brother. Ad?
dress M. i\ McLEMORE,
Nov 2d 1 Augusta, Ga.
mEN cases IMPERIAL CABINET CHAM
JL PAG NE.
20 cases HEIDSICK, quarts and pints.
1 cask Otard Dumiv COGNAC BRANDY.
1 " HENESSEE PALE BRANDY. j
3 i; Harmony and Pale SHERRY.
3 ." South-side and Braga Madeira. !
5 bbl-?, genuine Kentucky Whiskey.
40 bbls. Rye, Cabinet and Bourbon do.
100 doz. EdinburgAle and Dublin Porter. I
The above aro bought from importers, j
and warranted both in proof and onalitv. ;
Nov 28 10_E. A G. I). HOPE".
Mimili ?IUBSER1ES-1866-7. ?
#TIIE proprietor begs to inform j
those wishing to improve their
homesteads, that he can furnish !
choice FRUIT TREES-Apples,
Pears, Cherries, l'lams, Peach. Nectarines, j
Apricots and Quinces. GRAPE VINES in \
great variety; manv new and choice Tabla !
(irapes. English W"ahmts. Spanish Chest- i
nuts, Ever-bearing Mulberries, Pecan
Nuts, Medlars, Service Trees, Pomegra- '
nates; Raspberries, including tho new j
Doolittle Black Cap and other tine varie- |
tics; Strawberries, including Albany and |
other choice varieties.
Also, tlie most, rare Evergreens, Orna?
mental-Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Roses
many new and superb varieties; Dahlias,
of all shades and colors, including the new
Bouquet and Ponpone varieties; Tubo
Roses, Cry-aiithomums, ?tc.
Osage Orange Plants and Macartney
Rose Cuttings, our great Southern Hedge j
Plant. Supplementary catalogues of new ?
varieties, Ac.
Mr. L. T. LEVIN, Agent, Columbia.'
Address WM. SUMMER,
Nov 28 ?2mo _Fomaria. S. C.
ALE! ALE!
TEN bbls. CREAM ALE, wholcsalo and
on draught.
Nov 27 .JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
NORTHERN APPLES.
er BBLS. fine NORTHERN APPLES.
O Novj27_JOHN C. SEEGERS_A_CO. _
Boots and Shoes.
a, A FULL stock of Ladies', Gent's,
fmi Misses', Bovs' and Children's BOOTS,
' KsHOES and GAITERS, of all kinds,
and at LOW PRICES, at
SHELTON'S,
Bank Building, opposite Court House. !
Nov 27 2
For Sale, at Low Prices,
AVERY FINE MARE MULE, gentle
and in fine order; can be worked any
way. Also, a tirst-ratc Spring Wagon,
suitable either for one er two horses; and
a Buggy, in good order, with Harness.
Persons wishing any of tho above would do
well to call at once and secure good bar?
gains. Inquire at this office. Nov 27 2*
r??URTPLOUR!
SACKS STOVAL EXCELSIOR
DU MILLS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR
linest ever brough , to this market. For
salo LOW by KENNETH A GIBSON.
Nov 27 3
- .Cranberries.
ACHOICE lot <>f N. C. MOUNTAIN
CRANBERRIES, just - c. iv rf.
EDWARD SI;.E.
S?v 2S 1 Washington slr? ct.
MRS. ?. A, SMITH'S
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY ROOMS !
On Main Street, Up Stairs, over
Nessrs. J. & T. R. Agnew's and
C. E. Jackson's Stores.
-?
HAS constantly on hand an
elegant assortment of
.=3?iH BONNETS,
RIBBONS,
FLOWERS. Ac.
Prompt attention given tu or?
ders from tho country. Nov 28 Imo
Ventriloquism
AND
I
AT GIBBES' HALL,
Wednesday and Thursday Evenings,
November 23 and 29.
PROF. CARLO GRAFFO, toe renowned
RUSSIAN MAGICIAN and VENTRI?
LOQUIST, amongst his many other acts,
will present every lady in tho hall with ?
Boquet of Magic Flowers.
??5- Doors open at 7 o'clock: perforo ance
'eminence at 7 i o'clock. Roiervcd seats
.'or ladies.
*n_ Prices o? admission 75c; children
25; colored persons SO. Tickets for re
?erved rea!? can bo bought wt Calnan A
KreuderV. Nor 27 '.I
WANTED,
ACOMPETENT OVERSEER for a Cot?
ton plantation -ono without a family.
Address J. H. BURTON, Key pox lot, Co?
lumbia Post Office. Nov 27 3*
The Usual Annual Oration
BEFORE the Clariosophic amt Enphra
llian Societies of the University of
South Carolina, will bc delivered liv Gen.
E. M. LAW. in the University Chapel,
[within I he Campus.) on SATURDAY
EVENING, D< cemher i, at 7 o'clock. Tho
public generally are invited to attend.
S. S. JOHNSTONE.
President Euphradian Society.
IL L. LAW, Secretary. Nov 27 5*
Just Received,
BR LS. PEACH-BLOW POTATOES,
" BREAKFAST LACON,
TiereVy Sugar-cured HAMS,
SHOULDERS,
Rbis. Extra FAMILY FLOUR,
SALT, SUGAR, COFFEE, LACON,
Li ls, and kits Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel.
With a full ami complete stock of Groce?
ries. For sale al LOWEST CASH PRICES
!;v C. H. LA LD WIN A CO.
Nov 25 _
? Box and Oflftce Stoves !
JUST received, a small supply of
the above named STOVES, which arc
I offered LOW f..r CASH, at
I. W. SMITH'S Tm Shop,
Taylor street, opposite Park.
Nov 20 Imo
HR. J. W. BARNWELL.
OF Beaufort District, will d?lirer ?n
ORATION before th? Clariosophic So
iicty of the University of South Carolina,
?U the University Chapel, on FRIDAY, tho
?Ot h inst., at 7 p. m.
The ladies, and the public generally. ?r?
invited to attend.
N. li. BARNWELL, President.
T. J. GRI?TIN, Si cretary. Nov 24 5*
FOR DECEMBER.
THE RICHMOND ECLECTIC-fir?t
number.
The Crescent Monthly -New Orleans.
The Land we Love-(.Jen. Hill'?.
Godcy'a (Holiday) Laity's Look.
Peterson's Magazine . illustrated.
Nick-Nax for all Creation.
Also, new Novels, by Marion Harland,
inthor of "Alone," and other popular
vriters. For ualo at Bookstore opposite
Law Range. J. J. McC ARTER.
lust Received and in Store.
I A f\Ci BUSHELS primo White Pro
1A/V"\7 vision CORN, (Maryland.)
500 bushels prime Mixed CORN.
50 bbls. FAMILY FLOUR.
1,000 bushels White andElack Seed Oats.
10,000 lbs. Lacon sides and Shoulders.
10 bags Rangoon Rice -prime.
23 bbls. super Flour.
25 sacks Salt.
50 bushels Cow Peas.
50 hales Eastern Hay.
(bain of all descriptions constantly on
land. For sale at lowest market fisrnrcs.
BROWSE ti; SCHIR.MER,
Volger's new sto.e, Main street.
Nov 15
RESTAURANT !
The Pollock House.
rHIS new and completo establishment
has been recently opened, and gentle
uen will find everything connected with
he house in the very best order. MEALS
lerved at short notice. Private dinner and
nipper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, ??AME and MEATS
?repared in every st\ le.
Tim best of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE,
.tc, constantly on hand.
Choice SEGARS and TOBACCO.
*3_ FREE LUNCH overr dar at ll
?'clock. T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
NOTJ27
c ANNING-'S RESTAURANT.
IMUS RESTAURANT, which ha? been
closed for the past few weeks for the
mrpose of completely refitting it thn >ngh
>ut, will be re-openedTO-MOKKOW (Mon?
ia y ) MORNING.
Tho proprietor has just laid in a tine
(tock of LIQUORS, WINES, extra line
UtEAM ALE, (which will bo kept con
ffantly on draught;) a superior article of
Champagne Cider, in pint and quart bot?
tes; line Cordials; best Segar.-., Smoking
[Tobacco, Ac
lt jr A fine LUNCH, of GAME, SOUP,
CC, will be served up TO-MORROW
iIORNING, at ll o'clock, to which Ileiti?
des all epicures to call and partake of.
,unch will be servod up dailv, from ll to
o'clock. JOHN FANNING.
Nov 25 ?
The Phoenix office is on Mun strert, &
few di tors* above Taylor (or Camden ) street.
Tin- Trustees of tho University <>f South
Carolina, will meet in thc Library, HI?M
evening, at Ti o'clock.
We have been requested to state that
the Court of Appeals wiil me? t this morn?
ing, at 10 o'clock, in Gibbes' Hall, Tor the
purpose of examining applicants t<> the
Ouu READING jltoon..-M.. robers of thc
Legislature and the citizens generally, aro
invited to visit the Phwttix reading room,
where they will Gud on file papers and
periodicals from every section of tho Union.
The building ia open day and night.
Vr.NTP.II.oyriJM AND SLEIGHT Ot H.\NL>.
An advertisement in another column wili
inform wonder-lovers when and how they
can behold some of tho mysteries of tho
"occult sciences.*' Prof. Carlo Grafio, a
Russian Magician, commences a series of
entertainments this evening, in Gibbes'
Hall. Go and seo if you eau detect him
in his experiments.
MAO AZ i NHS ANO PKUIODICALS.-We are
iudebb d to Mr. .1. .T. McCarter for a copy
of tho first nundle:- of the "Richmond
Eclectic -a monthly magazine of foreign
literature, religious -md secular-edited by
Rev. Moses 1>. Rogo and Rev. William
Brown." It is a compilation of the cream
contained in the principal magazines pub?
lished throughout tho world, and judging
from the present number, tho work will
doubtless prove a success. It is endorsed
by ministers of ail denominations. Mr.
McCarter is tho agent in this city, and a
subscription list will lie found at his store.
Price $1 per year.
Wo an- also nnd< r obligations to the
same veteran bookseller for the December
numbers of Peterson's and Prank Leslie's
Z/fTf/j/'.s Magazines. To the ladies, these
publications will prove of inestimable
value.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. - Attention is call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
?re published this morning for the first
t hue:
Mrs. S. A. Smith-Millinery.
E. A Ci. D. Hope- - Wines and Liquors.
D. Med ninnis-Oyster Soup.
I'.dward Sdi-Cranberries.
Henry Oobia A Co.-Muscovado Sugars.
John C. Si egers A Co.-Smok'g Tobacco.
Macon Huckabee-Land for Sale.
.1. Sulzbaeher A Co. - House to Rent.
Wm. Summer-Pomaria Nurseries.
M. P. MeLeniore-Information Wanted.
'.Radies' Industrial Association."
AMERICAN INGENUITY.-Foreign artisans
have not yet been able to distance Ameri?
can workmen in tho production of any
really useful articles. Colgate A Co., of
New York, are manufacturing Toilet Soaps,
which aro not only equal to the best im?
portations, but surpass them for delicacy
and purifying qualities.
?MD WHISKEY I
1CASK fine old COGNAC BRANDY.
1 '. '. M\DEIRA WINE.
1 '. " " SHERRY
5 bbls. superior old RYE WHISKEY tho
best in market.
:! bbls. superior old Apple Brandy.
2 " " " Corn Whiskey.
The above is old and very fine, and sold
at verv rcsonable prices by
KENNETH &. GIBSON.
Nov 27_G
FINE STOCK OF
Woolen Goods.
IWOULD call thi attention or the pub?
lic generally to mv stock of ZEPHYR
WOOLEN GOODS, which embraces almost
every article in that line, such as:
SONTAGS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS,
KNiT HOOHS, NUBIAS,
Infants' CAPS and BOOTS, Ac.
C. F. JACKSON.
Nora* _'_ _
.Assorted Articles.
E NIT NE Italian VIOLIN STRINGS.
VX Gum Elastic Balls, for base ball.
Teething Rings. Nursing Bottles.
Razor Strops.
Night Tailers, Pocket-Books.
Diamond Cement. Children's Rattle?.
Crimson Indelible Ink.
Smelling Salts, in bottles.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies.
Superior Trusses. For sale bv
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
SUPERIOR KEROSENE OIL.
-| f\ BBLS. extra linc KEROSENE OIL,
l\f tor sale bv
Nov 13 ' IT Kl IR It A HEINITSH.
CHEAP SOAP ASD STARCH.
mURPENTINE SOAR,
JL Pale Uar
Laundry
Diamond Starrh,
Concentrated Lye,
Washing Soda. For ?vilo bv
FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists.
Nov 2-1_
Toothache Cured in One Minute.
FTUIE most violent toothache relieved in
JL one minute. For saht bv
FISHER & HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
The Two-Shilling Cough Remedy!
ACOMBINATION of Wild Cherry and
_Tar A valuable cough euro-for con?
sum?): ion, coughs, colds, asthma, influenza,
catarrh and all lang dist ases. Only 25
cents a bottle. For sale by
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
"Quaker Speedy Cure-All."
THE best external and internal remedy
or the age. Its wonderful speedy pow?
ers in relieving all kinds of pain is attested
to by thousands. For head ache, tooth
ache, face ache, stomach ache, buck ache,
side ache, leg ache, sure throat, stiff neck,
pains in ?lie breast, rheumatism, neuralgia
of thc face, neckaud back, sprains, bruises,,
lumbago, cramp of the limbs and stomach,
eholic, cholera, spasms, it will give imme?
diate relief. For salo bv
Nor 9 FISHER A HEINITSH.

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