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: COLUMBIA. '
Wednesday Morning, Sept. 25,1867.
Thc Crisis and our Duty.
We are entering, upon a campaign
in the South, which is to decide, not
the fate of a party merely, nor the
disposition wliioh is to bo niacin of a
fo.w petty offices, but to determine
?whether negro license aud legalized
pillage and robbery aro to take tho
placo of law nud order, and of that
noble civilization which is tho work
of two centuries of Cuucasian energy
and talent. Issues of such gigantio
magnitude huvo nevor boforo been
presented for tho consideration of any
considerable portion of tho white
race; for this is the first instance of
an off ort to place an ignorant and in?
ferior peoplo over the heads of their
lato masters. Unless it shall please
God to arrest the authors of this
fearful crime, in less than four
months, tho negro will have as su?
preme control of some of tho oldest
and most honored of tho "Old Thir?
teen" States as ho has of Central and
Equatorial Africa. Our only safety
depends upon united and vigorous
action, and thorough and completo
organization. The-disgrace and re?
proach of defeat wo id bo almost as
difficult to bear as the oppressive
measures of which we should be tho
victims. We have the highest incen?
tives whidh ever operated upon a
If, therefore, wo throw all of our
energies into the pending canvass
and secure aConserative Convention,
we shall soon place the security of
the State upon a safe foundation.
We shall demonstrate to the neg/oes
that the power of tho white man is
still supreme in the South, and that
the welfare and security of the freed?
men depend upon their uniting with
tho whites and abandoning those
secret oath-bound organizations, inte
whioh they have been seduced bj
radical emissaarics. To securo the
election of delegates in whose integ
rity and sonso of justico tho right o:
both races will bo secure, every re
gistered vhite voter should bend hi?
efforts, thoughts and energy until th?
day of election. No private or pub
lio occupation can be of eqnal im
portauce with the approaching elco
tion. The man who now counsel:
his neighbor to inactivity and in
difference, is a traitor to his race a
base as Judas.
Unless thc people of the South an
made secure against negro license an?
misrule by their organic law, it wil
bo useless for them to sow and reap
to improve and fertilize the soil, ti
bnild cities or open great lines of in
tern ul improvements. The stako am
interests of the high, the low, th
rich and the poor aro the same in th
great questions of the hour. Th
humblest white man would lind lif
as unendurable as the ruined capital
ist, if wo were tho thralls of negr
officials and the victims of negr
It must be borne in mind darin
the pending can voss, that no triumg
over the negro is sought for tho re
striction of his privileges. All, w
behove, desire to make him the equi
before'cbc law of the white man, un
to clotho him with all the right
whjsh muy be necessary for thoi
protection. And they must be givi!
distinctly to understand that the
havo forced upon the people of tl]
South tho formation of a white man
party, by tho formation of seen
negro societies, which aro tho sui
hot-beds of a war of races.
To secure the triumph of conscrv
tism, we invoke tho aid of men of s
ages, callings and professions. 1
this holy crusade to save our scctio
wo would rejoice to see all class
enlisted. Thc sainty, happiuess ai
peace of all depend upon tho defc
of tho depraved and utterly debasi
wretches who are poisoning tho min
of the negroes. Theso renegades <
not deny tho chargo that they sei
tho perpetual disfranchisement
nine-tenths of our peoplo. Th
openly avow that tho negro is to
exempt from his just burden of tai
tion, and that property is to bo tax
for tho education of negro childre
In their secret meetings, it is statt
the most flagitious schemes for t
spoliation of thc whites aro u?V
catcd by men ripe for tho pcuit<
tiary. Until this monstrous orga
./.dion is defeated, there can bo
peace, and we must go into tin; poi
iii g campaign resolved to leave no stone
unturned to savo the State from the
fate of all countries where tho eman?
cipated negro is retrograding to tba
condition of his aucestors in tho
jangles of Afrioa.
Wo are somewhat astonished to no?
tice that the Quaker City of Philadel?
phia puts forth a alai on to bein*?, not
only the greatest manufacturing city
OA this continent, but, with tho ex?
ception of London, tho greatest in
the world. We are all familiar with
its ndvoutapes ns a quiet and pleasant
place of residence; but that it should
claim to be a great industrial centre,
will be news to many. As thc matter
is one, however, in which our mer?
chants aro directly interested, and
consumers of goods indirectly, we
will give a brief synopsis of its
claims. In 1S60, according to the
census returns, there wore in Phila?
delphia, 6,298 manufactories, having
a capital of 873,318,885, which em?
ployed 98,000 hands, and produced
an annual valuo of S13G,000,000. Re?
cently, Mr. Edwin T. Frccdley, a
well known author, has prepared n
volumo of 700 pages, on tho manu?
factures of Philadelphia, and demon?
strates that, in 18GV?, the factories
produced over two hundred millions of
dollars of staph ?foods. This is au
astounding exhibit; no other city on
the Americau continent approximates
this amount. In 1855, the State of
Massachusetts, including Boston,
Lowell, and all h ? famous manufac?
turing towns, did not produce more
than two hundred and forty millions.
In 18G0, New York hud ouly seven
small cotton goods manufactories,
and no woolen mills; Philadelphia is
now the commercial centre of two
hundred and sixty cotton and woolen
factories, and has, besides, several
thousand hand looms, of which thc
annual product is equal to that ol
pevouty additional mills of average
size. The class of dry goods manu
factured in Philadelphia is of those
low-priced staple goods, which art
especially adapted to the wants of thc
people iu the Mid Ile, Western une
Southern States. Millions of yard.1
of pautaloouery, cottonades, cheeki
and stripes, tickings, osnaburgs
Kentucky jeans, and narrow textile
fabrics, are made there every year
Of carpetings, the product amount!
to nenrly ten millions of dollars; o
ready-made clothing, to eighteci
millions; of refined sugar, over tweu
ty millions; of boots and shoes, ove
five millions; of stoves, nearly thre<
millions. Philadelphia (daims to hnvi
the largest military goods mnnufac
tory, tho largest chemical factories
tho largest cordage factory, th
largest book-selling house, and th
largest locomotive works and mu
chine shops in tho United States
It is quite evident, that her proximi'.,
to the coal mines and iron beds, he
low rents and facilities afforded .mc
chanics for comfortable and economi
cal living, have given Philadelphia
start in manufacturing, which not!
ing but her want of enterprise cn
retard. It is, moreover, evident tin
with the progress already made i
manufacturing, the Philadelphia mai
ket is worthy the attention of tho?
who wish to purchase goods at liri
Gen. Cunby, who bas succecde
(lon. Sickles in command of the 2
Military District, is already becomin
popular with the South Carolinian:
ana we find his administration core
mended by thc press. Our own co
respondent at Charleston writes <
his activity and earnestness in h
labors, and describes him as a plail
?tern and intelligent soldier, obst
lately indifferent to political eon::
derations, and intent only upon tl
performance of his whole duty as
commander, in conformity with tl
requirements of the law. It is rath
singular to find that ono poiut
commendation is that his demean
has been singularly free from oste
tation, and that he usually appea
in citizen's dress. He finds a prom
and cordial social welcome from tl
leading citizens, even though at tl
samo time ho makes no allowance f
sedition or its utterance. Wo a
pleased to see Gen. Cunby thus ho
orably situated in his new and dil
cult position. It is certainly n
desirable, nor couducivo to the pi
gress of reconstruction, that the
should bo animosity or ill-will L
tween the Southern military coi
mnnders and the peoplo of their d
tricts.-New York Times.
Work is ?luck at th? Spiingfie
(Mass.) armory, the fiU.OOO AU
breech-loaders ordered by the \\
Department being nbout compl?t?e
FOUND DEAD.-The Winusboro
Ne i ca states that the body of a color?
ed man named Madison Harper, waa
found on Sunday morning, on the
plantation of Mr. R. ?. Ellison, a few
miles from that place. An inquest
was held aud evidence adduced to
prove that the deceased recently had
thc small pox, and theduy before bad
complained of pain in the chest; there
were no marks of violenoe.
COFFEE AND COTTON IN BRAJTI?.-A
Brazilian paper, dated Angnst 7, says
that everybody concurs in anticipat?
ing tho largest harvest ever gathered
iu coft'eo. Every year now planta?
tions are coming into bearing, and
the yield of the trees is particularly
abuudimt this season. Of cotton,
likewise, the anticipations ore very
It is said that, when nt Arnsburg
station, the reigning King of Bavaria
respectfully kissed tho hnnd of tho
Empress Eugenie, she condescended
to return the compliment by kissing
him on both cheeks, "a flattering
distinction which her Majesty never
before granted to nu}- sovereign."
"I saw a lady wrapped up in a
shawl that she would not take $000
for," said Smith to Jones. "I can
beat that nil hollow," retorted Jones,
"for I saw a lady so wrapped up in
her baby that she wouldn't have
tnken $6,000 for it,"
A man driving an ox cart in New
London, Conn., fell nuder tho wheel,
which passed over him. He lay on
the ground and shouted "whoa" to
so much purpose, that tl"* oxen not
only stopped, but. backed the .art over
We have not heard of n solitary in- !
stance in this community of nuy one's
haviug taken advantage of the Pre?
sident's late proclamation by taking
the amnesty oath as therein pre?
scribed. -Frcdcricksburg Herald.
Dr. W. D. Hooper, a graduate of
Riehmond County, has obtained a j
patent for a "self-acting cupping
glass." which it is thought by scien?
tific men will be a great blessing to
the medical profession.
Tho book s:des in New York were j
concluded on Monday. The sum?
ming up show that upwards of 1,100,
000 volumes have been disposed of,
realizing to the sellers something like
Frankfort, once the .'Free and
Imperial Citv" of Gefrounv, is bank?
rupt. A loan of $6,000,000, which
recently became due, could not bo
paid, as thero was no money iu the
A man in Sacrosanct, Now Jersey,
was tined one dollar for working in
his garden on Sunday, and fifty cents
each for two swears iu which ho in?
dulged at the proceeding.
It takes nineteen men besides tho
clergyman to marr}' a French army
officer. The red tape in which he is
entangled is enough to make iny man
A Yonkers mau quarreled with his
mistress, and in revenge shot her
daughter and killed himself. j
On the llth of July, at tho Baptist
Church, at bong Hun. b'v Rev. A. M. CVi l?
lage, Col. ll. Vf. PARR, of Fairfield Dis?
trict, to Mis? EDWINA P. SMITH, daugh?
ter of Hu- late Dr. J. Mci). Smith, of
Mississippi, and forniorly of this State.
To All Wlio Us? Liquor.-Wolfe's
Schiodam Schnapps is manufactured in
Holland by a process only known to tho
proprietor, ami is warranted the purent
Liquor ever manufactured.
A SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED, at
/V. DR. C. H. MIOT'S
Sept 25 2 Drug Store.
Literffoul Siilt at 1'rieate Sale.
BY JACOB LEVIN,
rpo ARRIVE, 1,000 SACKS, in fine order,
_L iu quantities to suit purchasers, de?
livered at tho South Carolina Railroad
Depot. Sept 2"> ?1
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps have
been before tho American public for the
last eighteen vears.
Powder, Shot, Lead, &c.
pi UN and BLASTING POWDER,
VX Shot and Lead,
Shot Guns, Ac.
Constantly on band and for salo low hv
Sept 25 ti * J. A T. ll. AON KW.'
Curtain Pins, Stair Rods, &c.
J Stair Rods,
Crumb and Dusting Brushes,
Scouring Drushes, Ac.
Constantly on hand and for sale low by
_ Sept 25 0 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe's Sc birdum Selma pps are a
preventive for chills and fovcr.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
-| f \ BALES GUNNY BAGGING,
XU o0 coils Manilla Rope,
2IX) lbs. Bagging Twine. Just received
and for salo low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
FRESH LAGER BEER.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
JOHN C. SEEGERH & CO.
TH0S. E. GREGG ft CO.,
STOCKS, Bonds, Gold and Exchange
bought and sold. Office at GREGG A
AI DLL supply of Parlor and Telegraph
MATCHES. 'J mt received nnd for sale
by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Dr. Hall says in his Journal,
that for a month before and after
marriage, and a month after death,
men regard their -wives as angels.
The work of removing the rock
from the Bock Island rapids, in the
Mississippi River, has been com?
Tho census of 18G0 shows that tho
total number of deaths from scar?
latina in the United States in that
year was 26,393.
An obituary notice in Utuh closes
thus touchingly, "he loaves thirteen
widows and fifty-four children."
Troubles are like bullies-they
grow bigger by nursing. But bnbies
are not, therefore, always troubles.
Lovers, like armies, generally get
along quiet enough until they are en?
The Sultan has sent thirteen horses
ns a present to Napoleon, and eleven
to Francis Joseph.
SUICIDE.-Mr. Michael O'Neil, of
Augusta, Ga., committed suicide by
taking laudauiiD), on Saturday last.
Alderman Jas. P. Earle, of Charles?
ton, died in that city, on the 23d in?
Mr. John Francis Maguire, M. P.,
has a book nearly ready on the Irish
A London bride-groom has been
in court because be would not pay
the baker for tho wedding cake.
The Prince Imperial is to go to a
public school and take his birching
A great change in Papul policy,
one that will astonish Europe, is
40,ODO cattle have been driven from
Texas to Kansas this year.
Belle Boyd is not making a great
success on the St. Louis stage.
The milk freights on the Harlem
railway amount to over ??l,500 a day.
Shooting with air-guns is becoming
frequent in New York.
The Clmssepot has beaten the
needle-gun, and that in Berlin.
President Lincoln's coach is offered
for ernie in New York.
They had frost in Connecticut last
Wolfe** Schlertam S< linujijis are good
for all Kidney and bladder complaints.
Portable Engine and Mill for Sale
AN S-horao ENGINE, with a GRIST
MILL, SHAFTING and PULLIES,
suitable for running a cotton gin or other
machinery. Apply to
Bent 24 2? * RICHARD TOZER.
Wolfe * Sell irita lil Si ll Klipps ?3 the
purest liquor manufactured in the world.
SWAN GOLDEN AGE GE
1HIE SUBSCRIBER bas boon appointed
. sole agent for tho salo of the above
justly celebrated OIN. which is recom?
mended by physicians generally for ita
T. SI. POLLOCK, Pollock House.
Wolfe's Si li i rt! a 1:1 si Iin.ipp, ai-u
good for Dyspepsia.
Dr. Dabney's New Work.
ADEFENCE OF VIRGINIA, (and
through ber of thc South.) Ry Or.
R. L. Dabncy, of Virginia, author of "Life
of Gen. Jackson.'' $l.f>0.
Under Two Flags. A Novel. Ry "Onida,'
author of "Idalia,'' "Randolph Gordon,"
"Strathmore," "Cecil Castlomoiue*,"
"Gage," etc. 12.
Also, Fashion Rooks for October-Go
dey's Lady's Rook, Dcmorcst'd, Frank
Le slie's Rook of Fashion ?ind Peterson's.
Also, thc Elcctic for October. At
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
Sept 24 Bookstore.
1\Q.E exercises of my School will bc rc
. stuned, at my resilience, one door
South of the new" State Capitol, on thc
FIRST OF OClOBER.
Sept 22 3*_MISS S. G. HI*NTT.
SUGAR-CURED BREAKFAST STRIPS,
Soda ("i nkers, Oyster Crackers, Lemon
Crackers, Ginger Snaps and Goshen
Cheese, of superior quahtv.
Sept 22 JOHN C. KEEPERS lb CO.
Wolfe's Sclilctlmu Schnapps aro good
J. F. EISENMANN,
Main Street, l'olgcr'? Building,
WOULD respect rally inform
i his friends and thc public, that/
Mic is now in receipt of bis FALLI'
-and WINTER STOCK of CAS-l
SIMERES, CLOTHS and VESTINGS-all
of thc VEKV I.ATKST STYLUS ANO PATTEUNH
and which will bo MADE UP in the BEST
MANNER, at short notice. Those who
may need a GOOD SUIT, are invited to
cali and examine my stock. Sept 19 Imo
JUTE and ALICANT MATS. Just re?
ceived and for Bale low by
Sept 11 J. Si T. R. AGNEW.
Kits of Fresh Mountain Butter,
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale.
Also, barrels of Golden and other fine
Syrnps.?l tierce choice Sugar-cured Hams.
For salo by RICHARD ALLEN,
Cor. Pendloton and Assembly sta.,
Next to M. M. Cohen's Old 8tand,
Septomber 7 Below tho State House.
Pure Leaf Lard.
-I pr BARRELS PURE LEAF LARD.
_Le_J 25 kegs " " ?'
On hand, and for salo low, by
September 7 J. A- T. R." AGNEW.
Wolfe'? Sr ii in! a m Schnapp* arc fcood
for colic and pain in tile stomach.
Soap and Candles.
rj?T BOXES FAMILY SOAP,
? tJ 100 boxes Sperm, Adamantino and
' Palatine Candles. Just received, and tot
Halo low by tho package, and at retail, by
_Soptomber7 J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
Ague ana Rever.-The only preventive
known for chills and fever is the uso of
i Wolfe's Bchledam^Scbnapps.
1 -:-?-.' --:
We hu vt; been requested to state
that fine beef can be obtained nt
Stalls No. 4 and 12, in the Market,
! RETUBNINO HOME. -Our merchants,
j who have been North for sevoral
weeks pust, nro coming in by every
train. C. F. Jackson, Esq., returned
yesterday, und supplied UB with late
D'un. Cantello has inuuguraled u
mammoth freo show, corner of Main
and Taylor streets. A temporary
10x200 foot fence has been erected,
on -"liich is delineated the principa]
features of the mammoth entertain?
ment with which Daniel is connected.
Tho school building for the little
freedmen, which has been in course
of erection for several months, has
been completed. It has ample room
for the accommodation of ?00 chil?
dren, who will be under thc persona:
supervision of competent femah
teachers. The building is thorough
ly ventilated, and will be properly
heated throughout. It has a wei
stocked library in the basement
The school-house is two stories ir
height, and is located on tho come;
of Liucoln and Plain streets.
Having a complete printing office
superintended by the proprietor, wi
can execute every description of bool
and job printing-bill and lette
heads, circulars, labels, posters, pro
grammes, business, wedding and in
vitation cards, railroad receipts
checks, drafts, Sec. Our friends wil
find it to their interest (and ours) t
give us a call.
The pay-master, we learn, mad
his appearance on Monday, an
having distributed a quantity c
greenbacks among^he "boys in blue
stationed at this point, some of thei
deemed it indispensable to their hai
piuess that John Barleycorn shoul
lend his aid; and, as a consequent
several difficulties of a trilling chi
racter was the result. A few of tb
party, not satisfied with their ex per
tnents on animated matter, trie
their skill on tho inanimate, aud, i
we learn, succeeded in demolishiu
one or two of the cranes or dorricl
at the State House. A day or two i
tho guard house will likely cud tl
frolic of these disturbers of tho peac
Go TO WoBK.-Theros are more <
less young men in every state, spem
ing their time in idleness, without
dollar in their pockets, and living ;
tho expense of friends or by the
wits, waiting in a lackadaisical co
dition for something to turn up
their advantage. These drones
tho hive of human industry aro pet
and eye-sores in any comranni
where found. Some of them, wi
have obtained heretofore a livi;
through the labor of others, are ii:
kind of Rip Van Winklo sleep, Lei
ing to Le aroused some fine day wi
ancient institutions restored. Oth<
lack the requisite capacity, or ha
not tho energy to go at some work
make themselves independo!
There is a large class, too, who ct
sider it akin to crime to soil th
hands by labor. All these clas:
ought to know by this time that tl:
aro sponges in the community a
should always be made to feel
To each and all of these classes
would say go to work. If you i
not competent to engage in t
branch of industry, try another; o
keep trying, and the open sesame \
be found sooner or later. At
events, go to work. Take live ne
of laud, more or less, if you cum
do better, and put in a small cr
but go to work. Drive a dray; g
fishing or bobbing for cols. Go
work, loiterer about tho streets, wi
ing for something impracticable
turn up. Go to work, young mai
you, wo mean, who is a burthen
an over-indulgent parent-a p
father, a poor mother, perhaps. rj
world is moving-progress is
watch-word. Bo not left behind
crushed out by your fellows |joss<
ing moro energy of character,
The Galaxy, for October, contai
among other interesting matter
woll-written article on "Tho P
Whites of the South," from
graceful pen of Mr. E. Bnynard ?
brook, of Charleston. Tho news
per critics at tho North speak in h
terms of the essay.
FEUSONAL.- -"WO had the pleasure
of welcoming in our office, yesterday
evening, our old friend, Hugh Wil?
son, Esq., of the Abbeville Press
who is in Columbia ou business con?
nected with his paper.
THE SOUTIIEKN RELIEF LOTTERY.
Wo have just received a small lot of
tickets in tho abovo gift entertain?
ment, for the relief of tho indigent
poor of the South. All thoso desir?
ous of purchasing will apply at once
at the Phcenix otlice, as but a short
time will elapse before tho drawing.
Reud Udolpho Wolfe's advertise?
ments in to-day's paper.
TUE PICTOMAL PUCENIX.-Our pa?
per has, for the past few days, pre?
sented thc appearance of a thorough
pictorial-the merits of Emery's cot?
ton gins, ringer's cotton press, Craw?
ford ?Sr Friday's gins and condensers,
Agnew's cotton ties, and Castello's
"big show," being illustrated by im?
mense cuts; while Meighan's boots
and shoes, Symmers' pig hams, Fish?
er & Lowrance's groceries, Pagan's
furniture, Snlzbacher's watches and
jewelry, Kraft's shooting-irons, Gold?
smith & Kind's iron works, Jackson's
trumpeter, Simmons' and Steiglitz's
bakeries, Courtenay & Trcnholm's
steamers, and a host of hotels, insti?
tutions of learning and railroads, ore
represented in smaller and more
modest proportions. Notwithstand?
ing these extra inducements, wo only
claim to publish an out-and-out notes
paper. Put, at the same time, we
are perfectly willing to gratify the
tastes of advertisers by making any
sort of pictorial display in their
notices that they may desire.
NKW Anvi.r.risEiiKNTs.-Attention ?B catl?
in! tu the following auvertieumonts, which
are published this morning for the first
Dr. C. II. Miot-Quinine.
Jacob Levin-Liverpool Salt.
A. It. Phillips-Furniture, ?bc.
J. & T. R. Agnew-Powder, Stair Rods.
Br. J. Skillin Houghton-Marriage Guido
SQUIB-A FACT NOT GENERALLY APPRE?
CIATED.- When a merchant changes bia
stand, he ia certain to Bell goods vory
cheap for a long time, to have his cus?
tomers follow bim, and make bis move
popular. Mr. R. C. Shiver has moved his
large new stock of Dry Goode to Main
BOOTS AND SHOES.
"j., AM now opening my"
f FALL STOCK of Ladies, ]W\
.VlGontlemcns', Miss QB'.
Boys', Youths' and Childrens'
BOOTS and SliOES, of all tho variouB
styles and qualities now worn. Those
wishing to snpply themselves eau do so by
caUiug on J. MEIGHAN.
Sept 22 _t3_
?JU3T RECEIVED, an assort?
ment of Mens' and Boys' FUR
and WOOL HATS.
Sept 22 t3 J. MEIGHAN.
?)K(\ SIDES PRIME SOLE LEATHER
4wU on band, and for salo at the
lowest figures. J. MEIGHAN.
Sept 22 t3
Biscuit and Crackers.
JUST RECEIVED, by air-lino route, and
for salo low.
Barrels Soda Riscuit,
" Sugar Cracker-?,
" Ginger Schnapps,
" Ginger Nuts,
'. Lemon Pic Nie Crackers,
" Boston Crackers,
" Cream Crackers,
I '. Butter Crackers.
September (? J. .V T. R. AGNEW.__
Wolfe's Sohleilum Schnapp--, aro sold
by all grocers and ItpothecarieB. _
Orange County Butter, &c.
JUST TO HAND,
/?S??S?&k 3 lirions choice Orange County
g?8?@? 2 half b'bls Fulton Market FLO
2 half bbls Fulton Market Tickled Reef,
1 bbl Smoked Tongues,
1 bbl Smoked Roef,
2,001) lbs Sugar-Cured Breakfast Strips,
100 solected Sugar-Cured Hams, Rai?
sins, Carrants, Sardines, Maccnroni, Cof?
fees, Teas, Trenton Crackers, fresh to
band and for salo at lowest pries.
Sept 21 GEO. SYMMERS.
Woodcnware, Brooms, Sec.
WE have just received a full assortment
of tho following:
TUBS, MEASURES, ROLLING PINS,
Buckots, Flour Pails, Ladles, Spoons,
Rutter Spades, Clothes Pins,
Wash Boards, Brooms, Whisks,
Hoarth Brooms, Ac. For salo at low
ligures bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe*? Sc hit-dam Sr li na pps are good
R?XES English Dairy and choice.
) Cutting CHEESE, just received and
for salo low by_J. ?fe T. H. AGNEW.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 35
borso power, in complete order; plain
cylinder boiler, 34 feet long, by 30 inches
diameter ; heater 31 feet long, by 20 inches
diameter; iron smoke-stack, with caat iron
bottom, plato and damper. Also, a Circu?
lar SAW MIEL. The engine and saw mill
can be seen at tho Congaroo Iron Work;?.
Apply to R. MCDOUGALL,
Columbia, S. C.
*5~ The Charlot te .Very will copy three
times weekly, and forward bill to thia
office. Sept 20
Wolfe's Sch ledo m Schnapps corrects
thc change ' x water.