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Sunday Morning, December 2, 1866.
A New Proposition.
At a meeting of the Pennsylvania
branch of tho "Freedmen's Union
Commission," Chief Justice Chase,
ou the 22d ultimo, delivered a speech
and defined his position. HP ex?
pressed Iiis conviction that the con?
stitutional amendments now before
the country constitute tho most mag?
nanimous offer ever made to a people
so recently engaged iu "rebellion."
He did not say, however, that if they
?were not accepted by the Southern
people, we might expect still better
He made the remark, in the course
of his speech, that if we of the South
think there is a better mode of recon?
struction-a more generous mode,
better calculated, to secure the peace
and harmony of this great land-let
tliem come forward aud propose it,
and the people will listen and judge.
He further said: . "I know what a
nation of passion and prejudice is
it is violent and unreasonable; but it
is transient-it speedily passes away. "
The point we deem most important
in the speech is this, that instead of
wilfully and -wantonly forcing upon
the people of this section what they
consider oppressive und unjust mea?
sures, he-and Ave presume there are
others in the Republican party who
think with him-is willing that they
should have a voice in Adjusting the
terms of settlement. He has not told
us bow that voice is to bo heard, or
through what agencies the South is
to make known her views; but still
this declaration of a leading Republi?
can, and from one who expects to
get the nomination'iof his party for
President, is something tangible, and
would have been more so bad ho in?
timated how the South was to come
forward aud propose.
A contemporary-the Nashville
Union and American-in view of theso
utterances by Chief Justice Chase,
suggests that the several States of
the South, through their Legislatures
or otherwise, appoint delegates to a
conference or convention, to be held
in Washington, at an early day after
the meeting of Congress, to make thc
proposition alluded to. It says:
'The delegates should be represen?
tative men of prudence, wisdom and
discretion-whose voice would carry
with it the weight and opinion oi
the Southern people. Let the Le?
gislature now in session move iu the
matter, and in other States there
may be such au expression from the
press as to warrant the Governors in
making the proposed appointments.
This is, in our estimation, the short?
est mode of expressing ourselves, and
the most authoritative, outside of ii
direct Congressional representation.'
"We copy?this suggestion, and give
it for what it is worth. It is unques?
tionably tho duty of 1be Southern
people, to accept any proposition, not
dishonorable, that promises a resto?
ration of peace and harmony, betweer
the two sections of our country.
They have, in many ways, since thc
close of the war, manifested theil
desire for a permanent peace, anc
will at any time accept au honorabh
proposition for such a consummation
The submission of amendments to thc
Constitution, coupled with degrading
terms, is but mockery ; for well the;
know who propose them, that tin
people of tho South, humbled, down
trodden and impoverished as the;
miybe, could never voluntarily en
slave themselves to a faction, whicl
seeks to overthrow the eonstitutioi
and destroy the liberties of the coun
try. f _
The Springfield (Mass.) Republican
speaking of the movement by certai
politicians in favor of impeaching th
President, relates the following: "T
an influential Republican in Esse
County, who remonstrated with Bul
1er against making an attempt t
impeach the President, the Genere
replied, "You don't suppose me sue
a fool as to knock my head against
stone wall in that way, I hope."
A bill has passed a first reading i
the Tennessee House of Represent!
tives, providing hereafter an oath- c
allegiance to the State nnd Geuer?
Government will be sufficient proof c
loyalty, and entitle those subscribin
to it the privilege of voting.
RELIEF FOR THE SOUTH.-It lu
been determined by some of tl
Episcopal churches in New York, i
devote their Thanksgiving coDti
butions to the relief of sufTerii
parishes in the South.
John D, Defrees, late public prie
er, is : uggested in several Indiai
journals as a candidate for Unit?
States Senator from that State, vi
Gen. Henry S. Lane, who declin
Wo have seen, a letter, said to be
written by a United States General,
in which he s?3's lie does not know,
however true their fidelity and peace?
ful disposition, what the people of
the South may be worried into doing,
by thc radicals. In connection with
this idea, we wert1 struck with an
article in the Richmond Times, sonic
da;,s ago, which conclusively argued,
that had the right of self-government
been conceded to the Southern States
and they had been permitted to go in
peace, Congress would not have found
recoustructiou as difficult as it ap?
pears to bc.
With no oppressive party at the
North, with no bloody gulf separating
us from that section and its people,
what would have been more natural
than that public .sentiment in the
South would have soou reversed the
decree of separation? Even had we
triumphed, we doubt not but that
chivalric and impulsive spirit which
characterizes our people, would in all
probability have offered to the North
that Union to which we were more
attached than her people, until they
made it unendurable by the uso and
abuse of power.
These views ought to be pouder*ed
upon by the Northern people. As to
the radical faction offering argument
or persuasion to its members, would
be casting pearls before swine.
CHAKLKSTON, November 3C.-The cotton
markst bas been rather tl ul 1 during tho
week, with sah;? o?' l.ST'J hales, at 31@33L
Rice dull, at 10?@10jc. North River hay
$firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dull, at $1.50 for prime
old Maryland . white. Cats blc. Flour
$10.50@18. Bacon market depressed, at
lG'alTc. tor prune shoulders, 17 for prime
ribbed sides, and F7i@18 tor prime clear
ribbed and clear sides. Salt $2.50 per sack.
Gunny cloth 3-l@35c. Rope 2?@23e.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr.
T. ?J. LaMotte and family, and of Miss
ALICE BEARD, are respectfully invited to
attend the funeral services of the latter, at
the Marion Street Church, THIS AFTER?
NOON, at i o'clock.
To the Voters of Columbia.
Tiie friends of Mr. JOHN STORK re
spectfully announce him a candidate to till
tho vacancy of. Alderman in Ward No. 2,
in thc election TO-MORROW.
Dec 2 1* MANY VOTERS.
LAGER BEER !
HAMBURG LAGER BEER constantly
on hand, bv the barrel, at
Dec 2_ _ I. GRIESHABER'S.
BILL OF FARE for LUNCH, TO-MOR- I
Dec 1 1 COLD ?LAUGH, Ac.
P 0 IiIA0C K HO U SE.
Xi XJ 3XT O EC -
THE following will bo served up TO
MORltOW, at ll o'clock:
TOMATO SOUP, SOUSED SALMON,
FISH BALLS. T. M. POLLOCK".
Dec 2 1
Violin and Guitar
SUPERIOR ITALIAN STRINGS, of my I
own selection. Also, a line assortment
Of Violin Bows, Violin Screws, Violin Tail j
Boards and Violin Bridges. Tust received !
at E. POLLARD'S.
prrv GALLONS of clear WEST INDIA
'Jv/ HONEY, for sale l>v the pint, quart
or gallon, at E. POLLARD'S.
_ Dec 2__t?'>
SWEET OPOPONAX, from Mexico.
Phalon's Night Blooming Cereus.
Rubin's Jockey Club, Patchouly.
Pond Lily, Rose Geranium and many
other nice Perfumeries. Just received at
Dec 2 id E. POLLARD'S.
Salmon and Mackerel.
KITS CHOICE SALMON, for family use.
44 No. 1 Mackerel, " 44 4 4
Just received and for salo bv
Dec2_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Citron, Currants. Raisins, &c.
?)?r BOXES CITRON.
?itj 7? " Raisins, assorted packages.
Together with a full supply of Currants,
Prunes, Soft-Shell Almonds, whole and
ground Spices, Ac. constantly on hand
and for salo low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
-| f \ BBLS. extra pure KEROSENE OIL,
I ' 7 just received and for salo Hv
Dec 2_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Hecker's Self-Raising- Flour.
AFULL supply of BECKER'S SELF
RAISING FLOUR, constantly on hand
and for sale at retail by
P?? 1 __ J. A T. R. AGNEW.
TO lease, for such term of years as may
bo agreed upon, two very desirable I
half-acre LOTS, eligibly situated for Dwell-1
ing Houses, Stores Or Workshops. One of j
the lots is fronting on the Passenger Depot
of tho Charlotte Railroad; and the other
South f it, fronting on Camden street
the ' lng thoroughfare to tho Eastern
part ..e city. For terms, Ac, apply to
Dec 2 1 _ _B EDE LE'S ROW*.
1TIERCE PIG HAMS-small.
1 41 Sugar-cured H AMS-strictly
primo. JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO. "
THE Finn IX GREE>TVTLI?E.-The
Mountaineer states that the disas?
trous fire in that town, on Tu*\?uay
last, originated about dusk, in the cel?
lar of Mr. Steen's store, where ttere
was an amount of oil and other in?
flammable matter stowed. A person
attached to the store had gone into
the cellar, for the purpose of draw?
ing some red rock oil, when, having
a caudle in his hand, the oil ignited
and in a short time the buildiug
was in flames. The aggregate loss
of property we do not think over-esti?
mated at $?2,000, of which but 4,000
is covered by insurance. The Hall
building, together with the store ad?
joining, was valued at about $9,000,
and belonged to the estate of Vardry
McKee, deceased;no insurance. Mr.
Thomas Steen had just received a
heavy stock of family groceries, pro?
visions, etc. ; which, together with
the stock previously on hand, was
valued at $18,000, and but a very
small portion of it was saved. In?
sured for 83,000. Dr. J. M. West?
moreland lost nearly his entire stock
of drugs, medicines, etc., valued at
about 84.000, together will all his
books and accounts; $1,000 insurance.
Rev. C. H. Lanneau and Mr. John
Burscy lost about $1,000 worth of
photographic material. No insurance.
The Masonic Chapter and Odd Fel?
lows Lodge lost all of their furniture,
worth about Si,000. No insurance.
Mr. Walter fortunately had his
stock of drugs, etc> removed before
his store took fire; but he must have
been damaged to the extent of three
or four hundred dollars by breakages
JUST received, a full assortment of COL?
GATE'S FINEST SOA?S, including
Ilotiey, Glycerine, Palm,
Brown Windsor, ?fcc. For sale low bv
Dec 2 3 GEO. SYMMEIIS.
1,000 LUS. New York SUGAR
jgaC?KED STRIPS, strictly choice,
ragjfiHMf just received, at reduced price.
SBSOB& Dec j:; GEO., SYMMEKX._
.-j TAKEN up, about three months
f7S?2i !lf,ar Sabnev Hunt Creek, in
rTfi Lemington Dintriot, a bay MARE,
blind in both eyes, tail short-no particu?
lar marks noticed. The owner will come
forward, prove property, pav expenses and
take her away. Apply to ADAM THRE
WITS, at Mr. Abram Geiger's plantation.
Dec 2_ _3*_
City Fire Department.
THE regular monthly meeting
-^V_jTfr of this Department will be held
?JLjggvTO-MORROW EVENING, 3d
^B^W--December, at 7 o'clock. Bv order:
Dec 21 C. F. HARRISON, Secy.
Box and Office Stoves !
?JUST received, a small supply of
tho above named STOVES, which are
offered LOYWor CASH, at
J. NV. SMITH'S Tin Shop,
Taylor street, opposite Park.
Nov 20 Imo
rglHIS RESTAURANT, which has been
B closed for the past few weeks for the
purpose of conipletolv retitting it through?
out, will be re-opened TO-MORROW (Mon?
Tho proprietor has just laid in a linc
stock of LIQUORS, WINES, extra lino
CREAM ALE, (which will bo kept con?
stantly on draught:) a superior article of
Champagne Cider, in pint and quart bot?
tles; rino Cordials; best Segars, Smoking
Tobacco, Ac. JOHN FANNING.
Nov 25 G
TREVET & BERAGHI
WOULD respectfully inform their
friends 'and the public in general
that they have opened a RESTAURANT at
the above place, where thc very best of
everything in tho way of eating and drink?
ing can be obtained at short notice.
CREAM ALE on draught.
LUNCH every dav from ll to 1 o'clock.
Frosh OYSTERS constantly on hand.
The Pollock House.
THIS new and complete establishment
has been recently opened, and gentle?
men will lind everything connected with
the house in the very best order. MEALS
served at short notice. Private dinner and
supper rooms attached.
OYSTERS, FISH, GAME and MEATS
prepared in every stvle.
Tho best of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE,
etc., conatantlv on hand.
Choice SEGARS and TOBACCO.
FREE LUNCH cverv day at ll
o'clock. T. M. POLLOCK,'Proprietor.
Faints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, &c.
At the Sign of Ute (iohlen Pad-Lock.
SIN THOUSAND lbs. WHITE LEAD, in
A completo assortment of Colored Paints,
dry and in oil.
300 boxes Window Glass, assorted sizes.
Linseed, Tanners', Kerosene and Ma?
Furniture, Coach and Japan Varnishes.
A complete variety of Paint, Varnish,
Graining, White-wash, Dusting and Scrub?
bing .Brushes. In store and for sale at
lowest prices by_JOHN C. DIAL.
OLD MOUNTAIN WHISKEY.
4BBLS. OLD CORN WHISKEY.
1 " APPLE BRANDY.
Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
Sausage Cutters anc* Stutters.
At Ute Sign of the Golden Pad-Ix>ck.
JUST arrived, a full supplv of SAUSAGE
CUTTERS and STUFFERS, and for
salo at lowest prices, bv
Nov 8 " JOHN C. DIAL.
No BTU CAROLINA SENATOR.-Thc
Nortli Carolina Legislature has elect?
ed Mr. E. Manley, United States
Senator. He -was Judge of tho Su?
preme Court under tho Southern Con?
Mr. Pollard, late of tho Richmond
Examiner, issues a prospectus for a
new paper to be published in that
city, called '?'?The Southern Opinion/'
PURE KEROSENE o'lL-best quality
cheapest light-no smell-no smoko
at wholesale and retail low price-at
FISHER & HEINITSH'S
Dec 1 _ Drug Store.
17UYE HUNDRED pounds pure SALT
? DETRE, for curing beef. Use tho best;
it is the cheapest. Get if at
. FISHER & HEINITSH'S
_ Dec 1 _ Drug Store.
Cooking Soda and Cream Tartar '.
PERFECTLY pur? and suitable for cook?
ing purposes. Also, pure Ground
Spices, Pepper, Cinnamon, (huger, Flavor?
ing Extracts Lemon, Celery, Vanilla. Al?
mond. At FISHER & HEINITSH'S
Dec 1 Drug Store.
rrr\ R?XES ADAMANTINE CANDLE:
?JU 25 " Colgate's Family SOAP.
10 tubs Extra LARI).
2 tierces New York PIG HAMS, at VERY
REDUCED RATES- these having been
purchased since the recent tumble in prici
Dec 1_ 3_ GEO, s Y M M E US.
ON consignment, 5 bales BAGGING
TWINE. Will bo sol.l LOWER than
can bo laid down from New York-being
shipped dircctlv from the factory.
Dec 1 3 GEO. SIMMERS._
Millinery & Fancy Articles.
MRS. A. MCCORMICK begs
to inform the ladies that she?
bas opened a select and hand?
some assortment of articles in
tho MILLINERY LINE, to
which she invites an inspec?
tion. Her Show Rooms are
B. McNabb's store, on Main
_ Nov 29 12 _
FINE STOCK OF " j
IWOULD call the attention of the pub
lie generally to my stock of /FPUYR
WOOLEN GOODS, winch embraces almost
everv article in that line, such as:
SONTAGS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS.
KNiT HOODS, NUBIAS,
Infants' CAPS and ROOTS, Ac.
C. E. JACKSON.
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
On hand and being constantly received
by GEO. W. PARK ER,
Corner Main and Camden sts.
Nov 21 2mo
mHE RICHMOND ECLECTIC-first
The Crescent Monthly-New Orleans.
Thc Land we Love -Gen. Hill's.
Godey's (Holiday) Lady's Rook.
Nick-Nax for all Creation.
Also, new Novels, by Marion Harland,
author of "Alone," and other popular
writers. For sale at Bookstore opposite
Law Rango. J. J. McCARTER.
10 BBLS. MOLASSES.
I' OW to dealers.
J Nov 20 JOHN C. SE EOE RS A Ct ).
1CASK fine old COGNAC BRANDY.
1 " " " MADEIRA WINE.
1 .. li " SHERRY
5 bbls. superior old RYE WHISKEY -the
best in market.
3 bbls. superior old Apple Brandy.
2 " " " Corn Whiskey.
Thc above is old and very fine, and sold
it verv resonablo prices by
KENNETH & GIBSON.
Nov 27 C
Groceries ! !
BBLS. A, B and C SUGARS.
10 bhds. and bbls. Brown SUGARS.
Clear and Ribbed SIDES.
5 bhds. MOLASSES.
lt) bbls: SYRUP.
BAGGING, Gunny and Dundoo.
75 coils ROPE.
Manilla Rope, of five different qualities.
Greenleaf and Jute Hemp Ropo.
Salt, at market price.
Colgate's Common and Fancy Soaps.
STARCH, of various brands.
Adamantine and Parafino Candles.
Rio and Java Coffees.
Cheese, Raisins, Almonds, Ac.
A full stock on hand, and not abovo the
?uarket price. Tho public are invited to
examine the stock.
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
Nov 'J Main streot, Columbia, S. C.
Theiv is said to be a split among
the radical leaders in Tennessee. A
party, composed of such materials,
and destitute of principle, ot course
could not hold together l?iigiu peace
Mr. John S. Mean.;, ot Charlotte,
N. C., has mada a sale ot his valuable
farming and mining property to a
Northern firm, and has received the
sum of $2,000 in gold therefor.
TWO or three ROOMS, in a deeirn
Mhie part of til" city-furnished, if re?
quired - with the use of a furnished
parlor. Inquire at this office. Deel 3
THE undersigned, formerly
Principal of Columbia Female
Acadetnv, has opened a FE?
[MALE SEMINARY in Colum?
bia, at corner of Camden and
Pickcns streets, where all the
branches essential to female < ducation are
thoroughly taught,including Ornamental
Branches and Mordern Languages. A few
BOARDERS will be received into his fami
lv. For terms, ?fcc, apply tit his residence.
' Dec 1 Imo " \V. MULLER.
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
CONSISTING of ROCKETS, CANDLES.
j WHEELS, Ac.
Liquors, of all kinds,
Both foreign and domestic.
For sale low by CHAS. H. MOISE,
Dr e 1 ll Mayne stree*, (.'harli -?ter.._
Fine Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
fa BONES TEMPTATION.
) 2 ATLANTIC CABLE
iffcront brands-Zephyr FttlT,
Virginia Kiln Dried. Piney Woods. Oreen
Seal. KillickinicI; and other brands. Whole?
sale and retail.
Nov 2S JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, November 21, lStlG.
IN pursuance of a resolution of tho City
Council, an EL ECTION for ALD E RM A N
mr Ward No. 2 will he held on MONDAY,
December 3, lo till the vacancy caused by
C. A. Bedell declining to serve.
The following gentlemen are appointed
managers nf said election:
Ward A',3. 1-Pressly Brown, Clark War?
ing, John McCanimon.
Ward A*o. 2-R. L. Bryan, L. T. Levin,
Dr. \V. L. Reynolds.
Ward No. 3-W. M. Beckham, A. L.
Solomon, M. IL Berry.
Ward .Yo. 1-E. Stenhouse, W. D. Peck,
T. J. Gibson.
The polls will he opened from 10 a. -i>. to
4 p. ral, at the following named places:
W<ird Xc>. 1-Mrs. Stratton's. [Washing?
Ward .Yo. 2 -Market.
Ward .Yo. 3-City Clerk's Office.
Watti Xo. 4 - - J. C. B. Smith's Store.
Nov 23_J. S. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
MBS, S. A. "SMITH'S
FASHIONABLE MILLINER! ROOMS !
On Main Street, Up Stairs, over
Nessrs. J. & T. R. Agnew's and
C. F. Jackson's Stores.
HAS constantly on hand an
i elegant assortment of
Prompt attention given to or?
ders from the country. Nov 28 Imo
TO THE LADIES. "
MRS. C. E. REED has just
received a splendid assort?
ment of DRESS TRIMMINGS.
Also, a fresh supply of MIL?
LINERY GOODS, of all de?
scriptions, at wholesale and
retail. French Corsets, Ze?
phyr Worsted Hair Braids,
Curls, Ac, which will bc sold
verv low. Nov 1 tilmn
TEN casesIMPERIA LCABINET CHAM?
20 cases HEIDSICE, quarts and pints.
1 cask Otard Dupuv COGNAC BI'. AN DY.
1 " HENESSEE PALE BRANDY.
3 .. Harmony and Pale SHERRY.
3 " South-side and Braga Madeira.
5 bbls. genuine Kentucky Whiskey.
40 bbls. Rye, Cabinet and Bourbon do.
100 doz. Edinburg Ale and Dublin Porter.
Tho above aro bought from importers,
and warranted both in proof and quality.
' Nov 28 10_E^ & G. D. HOPE.
Just Received and in Store.
-| f\r\i\ BUSHELS prime White Pro
l.UUU vision CORN, (Maryland.)
r>0l) bushels primo Mixed CORN.
50 bbls. FAMILY FLOUR.
1.000 bushels White and Black Seed Oats.
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
10 bags Rangoon Rice-prime.
25 bbls. super Flour.
25 sacks Salt.
50 bushels Cow Peas.
50 bales Eastern Hay.
Grain of all descriptions constantly on
hand. For sab": at lowest market figures.
BROWNE & SCIIIRMKK,
Volger's new store, Main street.
Wines, Liquors and Segars.
SELECT GOODS always in store, and
never offered for sale LESS THAN
Main Street and Gervais Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREUDER
5 DOZEN BROOMS.
pr DOZ. BU? KETS.
rj 4 " Market Baskets.
4 ". Clothes Baskets.
Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
BBLS. fino NORTHERN APPLES.
Nov 27 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
'l in- Phoenixotiioe ia on Main street, A
few doors above Taylor (or Camden] titre*!.
Our citizens aro reminded an ?lection
will be held, to-morrow morning, ?or a
Warden in Ward No. 2.
Monis NEW Goons.- Messrs. S.H. Myers
?- Co. declare tb at they will not bo under
Bold. Tho only way to t?'st th.- matter
is to visit their dry goods store, on Main
ft root, near Laurel.
FEMALE SEMINARY. Attention is called to
the advertisement of Mr. Wm. Muller, who
has oponed a t?malo seminary, at th?
corner of Camden and Dickens streets, in
this city. Mr. Mulli r is well known as an
experienced and successful teacher.
.?Jho Asfeembh Street Merchant*.''
Messrs. Sulzbachcr St Co., announce that
they will dispose of their large stock of
goods, at and below cost. This is a strong
assertion, but they insist that it is true,
The ladies in charge of tho "Charity
Fair," request tho presence', at Janney's
Hall, on Monday morning, of as many of
the gentlemen as can conveniently attend,
to assist them in decorating. Cf course,
the ladies will bo there to lend encourage
FATAL ACCIDENT.-Cn Friday night last,
Private EmclSchulder, Co. L, Gin United
States Infantry, fell from the gallery in
the poll^gc hall, fracturing his skull in
several places, from the efl" cts of which he
died in a row minutes. An ??qucst was
hold by Coroner Walker and a verdict
rendered that he came to ids death from
tho effects of thc injuries received by tho
ELECTIONS DY TUE LEGISLATURE.-Tho
following Slato officer ? wore elected by
tho Legislature, yesterday: Gen. Ellison
Callers, Secretary of Statt ; Commissioners
in Equity-Abbeville, Wm. H. Parker;
Lexington, il. A. Me tze; Marlboro, C, P.
Townsend; Picketts, It. A. Thompson;
florry, Ii. E. Sessions; Newberry, Silas
Johnston; Clarendon, D. W. Cuttino; Fair?
field, IL A. Gaillard.
TUE BUSINESS OF COLUMBIA.-There ia no
more correct index to tho business pros?
perity of a city or town, than the advertise?
ments of the local journals. The columns
of the Phoenix., for the past week, give
evidence of the increasing business of our
city, in thc numerous now advertisements
which appear daily in our paper. We con?
gratulate our merchants on their success,
and wo believe they deserve it, for bettor
stocks of goods, whether as regards selec?
tion or abundance, wo do not believe can
be found in any other city of its sizo. than
are now offered in Columbia.
UNITED STATES Corr.r.-Messrs. W L.
Del'ass, of Kershaw, James Hemphill, of
Chester, and T. C. Perrin, of Abbeville,
were admitted to practice in the L'nited
States Court of tins Bistrict. The Grand
Jury recommended the erection of a suit?
able building for tho accommodation of the
Court and also the post office; in their
presentment, they refer to the fact of
a sum of money having been appropriated
by Congress, for the purpose-which ap?
propriation was never drawn. Thc case of
tho United States vs. ex-Postmaster Glass,
was continued to the April term ol' the
Court in Charleston.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Trinity"
Church-Lev. P. J. Shand, lOi a. m. and
3i p. m.
Presbyterian Church-Hov. W. E. Bogga,
Pastor, KH a. m. and 3J p. m.
St. Peter's Church-Hov. J. J. O'Connell,
10 a. m. and 3; p. m.
Lutheran Church - Kev. A. it. Rude, ?OJ
Theological Seminary, (Christ Church
Congregation)-Rev. J. M. Pringle, Rector,
10? a. m. and 3$ p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. W.
T. Capers, Pastor, lO.t a. m. and 3? p. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. Dr. Reynolds, lOf
a. m. and 7 ?*. m.
Marion Street Church-Rev. E. G.
Gage, Pastor, 10$ a. m. Funeral, i p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -Attention is call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
are published this morning for the first
Nomination of John Stork as Alderman.
W. Muller-New School.
A. R. Phillips-Mule, Bnggy, Wagons.
Geo. Symmers-Rreakfast Bacon, ?cc.
P. Cantwell-To Freedmen.
E. Pollard-Honey, Extracts, Ac.
Fanning's Restaur't-Turtle Soup, &c.
I. Griesnaber-Lager Boor.
Meeting of Fire Department.
Levin Si Poixotto-Cottago at Auction.
S. H. Myers A Co.-Cheap Goods.
J. Si T, R. Agnew-Kerosene Oil, &c.
Adam Threwita-Estray Horse.
Hostctter's Stomach Bitters.
J. C. Jannev-Li?t of Letters.
Tin: ART OK BEAUTY.-Cleanliness is an
?sbontial element of the art of beauty, and
a, pure, pleasant toilet soap ia essential to
cleanliness. Such an ono is "Colgate's
Aromatic Vegetable Soap," chemically pre?
pared from tho choicest ingredients, and
preferred by mothers to all others for
nursery uses. Druggi?ts have it.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, "JEWELRY,"
f~o J. SULZ BACHER & CO. have on
\?y\ hand a stock of the above goods,
KJfcwhich will be disposed of at reason?
ing rates. Mr. I. SULZLACHER, a com?
p?tent watch-maker and jeweller, is con
iected with the est bliahmont, and will
.epair promptly and ii rho best manner,
ill WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY
?ntrnsted to them.
OLD GOLD and SILVER bought.
HAIR JEWELRY made to order.
TEN bbls. CREAM ALE, wholesale and
Nov 27 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.