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Morning, Oct 30, 1867.
A Sfc?i? Contention will be held in
South Carolina. No amtier what ita
political complexion majr bet there ia
ono question which mu?t, and we
haro no doubt will, claim ita atten?
tion-and that is, that some measures
of relief from the pressure of indebt?
edness should be extended to our
'impoverished people. The Conven?
tion is the only body that can do
this-tho Supreme Court of the State
having decided that stay laws, and
indeed any other law giving relief to
the debtor, are unconstitutional.
"We are as much opposed to repu?
diation, dil:cr qi public cr private
debts, as any one could be. We
have always held that laws in any
way impairing the obligation of con?
tracts were wrong; but still we are
passing through a crisis unparalleled
almost in the history of any people.
The necessity, at this time, for relief
is greater than at any time since
the dose of the war. The heavy
decline in cotton, taking into consi?
deration the extraordinary expenses
in making the orop, imposes upon
the plantera an indebtedness that
they could not foresee. Instead of
lessening their, obligations, they
must, as far as we can learn, increase
them, to enable them to prosecute
operations for the coming year.
Time must be given to enable them
to do so, and not only time to them,
but time to every honest and indus?
trious debtor, who manifests any
disposition to pay his debts and work
through the difficulties that surround
and press him now.
The columns of our State ex?
changes show large advertisements of
sheriffs' sales. We regret to see this
disposition among our people-to
press to execution and sale the pro?
perty of their suffering fellow-citi?
zens. We have, on more than one
occasion, declared that creditors had
rights as well as debtors; but wo do
believe that the forcing into market
generally of the property of plantera
in this State would, bo most disas?
trous, if it would not lead to uni?
versal bankruptcy. It is truo, that
the order of Gen. Sickles-amount?
ing nearly to a stay law in this State
and North Carolina-is still in force;
yet an order signed by Gen. Canby's
Adjutant to-morrow might ropeal it,
and before forty-eight honrs crowds
of harpies wonld throng our lawyers'
of?oes to institute suits against debt?
ors. This state of things does no
credit to the boasted humanity and
benevolence of the age; but that such
is the case, we know.
To the Convention, the members
of which are yet to be eleoted, we
must look for relief. The subject is
of sufficient importance to moke it a
test question on selecting candidates.
We verily believe, from the expres?
sion of opinion in some of our State
exchanges, that if the question of
entire "repudiation" was put before
the people, they wonld choose its
advocates. We do not want this;
but "relief" in some shape must
FIRE IN CHARLESTON.-The News,
of the 29th, says:
About 12 o'clock, lust night, a fire
broke out in Mr. T. D. Clancy's ship
chandlery. The stock was of such
inflammable material that the whole
store was soon wrapped in flames,
which were speedily communicated
to the upper stories, and from them
to the wing which opens on Boyce's
South Wharf. At the time of our
going to press, this was entirely de?
stroyed, but the firemen had succeed?
ed in saving the adjoining stores,
occupied by Messrs. Cohen, Hanckel
& Co. and Mr. J. W. Carmalt. Mr.
Clancy's stock was insured, and tho
building, which was the property of
tho Adger family, was also insured.
Tho second story was occupied by
Messrs. John & Theodore Getty, and
had little beyond office furniture,
which was uninsured; but in the
lower story of the South wing they
had a number of articles stored
which were insured. Mr. P. J.
Ernard, a Spanish importer, occupied
a portion of the second story of nn
adjoining office to the Messrs. Get?
ty's. The upper portion of tho wing
of tho building wes used by tho Bri?
tish Consul asan office, and we under?
stand a quantity of his furniture was
stored in the vacant rooms. Nono of
these parties succeeded in saving
New York has 255 common schools,
seventeen of which aro for blacks.
The aggregate of teachers' salaries is
( < ' j1 , . 1 i. ' 'I i'
J mtge Chaue'H ConT?r*t*>n. j
Chief Joatio? Chaw visited Ohio
jost before the election, and made a
speech-of which we published a
brief report-in favor of the parity
advocating ?hat universal suffrage of
which he has been always understood
to be a potential advocate; but the
results of that eleotion seem, if re?
ports bo trna, to have unsottled his
political understanding,- So that he
not only fails to remember "what
manner of man he was,"but that the
Cincinnati Commercial, his reputed
organ, makes proolamaiion that "not?
withstanding the great reputation, as
a radical, that Judge Chase has, he
is, in temperament and oonncotions,
one of the most truly conservative
mea in the country." Not only does
he ds^s&Msasea entirely the con?
fiscation of the lands of the Southern
white men, and their division among
the negroes, he is also opposed to tho
impeachment of the President. As
to negro suffrage, the Commercial
"He never urged it. He recog?
nized the fnct that whilo in the
Southern States, where the great
body;of loyalists were black, negro
suffrage was demanded by considera?
tions of tlje pnblio safety, no such
demand was made in tho North, and
that the Southern whites might, in a
great degree, havo their prejudices
conquered by coupling sufirago with
amnesty, while thero was no such in?
ducement in the North to mako ap?
plication of the golden rule."
Tho Baltimore ?SH? says, very ap?
propriately, that accepting in good
faith this statement in behalf of the
Chief Justice, it can only bc said that
the interior emotion produced by tho
results of tho Ohio election appears
to have turned his hair to nearly a
rebel grey in a single night. The
Sun, having before it the record of
Chase's noble predecessor from its
own State, has a right to indulge in
Such is thc pusillanimous status of
the man who occupies tho seat und
wears the ermine of the pure patriot
and distinguished jurist, Roger B.
Taney. If New York and one or two
other States should happen to agree
with Ohio and Pennsylvania, we
should not bo surprised if borne other
organ of tho Chiof Justice did not
discovor that he is not only opposed
to colored suffrage in the North, but
that his Hue moral sense and innate
love of justice have always revolted
at the idea of compelling the South
to make that his daily bread which
Ohio and other Northern States will
not touch, even in iufinitcssimal
doses. As tho "Irish Ambassador"
said, "Mein Gott, what u country,
what a peoplol"
2BARRELS New York BACON STRIPS.
1 barrel Fulton Market Boof.
10 barrels Northern Irish Potatoes.
J UH t received, and for sale low, at
Oct 30 1 Bedell's Row.
Orders lo Hell I
Q/\ BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO.
Ow 10 boxes Extra Fine Tobacco.
CO boxes Low Pricod Segara.
15 " Smoking Tobacco.
5 bales Cotton Yarns.
Oct 30 ALFRED TOLLESON.
>j~.v STRAYED or 1 tolen. from the
m subscriber, a BLACK HORSE
flt'laffl-*'*ULE, four years old last spring.
?larks-a whitu stripe on thu hack, caused
by tho Buggy Saddlo; ragged Mano and
full bushy Tail. If stolen, has probably
been trimmed by the thief. Has never
boon shod. Answers to tho name of Jack.
Oct 30_JAMES PECKHAM.
ESTRAY MILCH COW.
kSr--A largo Brown and Whito
tfljoy M Ul A? Y COW; ear marks not
VT"5|R recollect cd; has longer hair than
dii-CJL usual; quite long slim tail; holds
head low. She is probably in tho viciuity
of tho city, and was lately found near tho
Race Track. A liberal reward will bo paid
for ber discovery. Apply to B. H. Knight,
or C. BOUKNIGHT.
- FROM my pasture, noar Mon
Ti-^-vticollo, on tho 21st or 22d inst.,
fFf\^a small Iron Grey HORSE, about
- * M four ,.uu:i oid, a natural pacer,
mano inclined to tho left side, a small
bright spot on tho pastern, and moves
quickly. He is a superior Saddle Horao.
A suitable roward will bo paid for informa?
tion leading to his recovery, and $25 for
tho arrest of the thief, with information
so'Vicient to convict him.
_Oct30 2 MRS. E. F. LYLES.
A LARGE STOCK OP
FROM ?3.00 UPWARDS.
S. H. MYERS & CO.
! Oct 30 2
A large lot 4-4 LONG and
GOOD PRINTS; (not da?
maged,) at 12i cent?. These
goods have just arrived and
will be opened this morning.
Let everybody call and ex?
S. H. MYERS ft CO.
FOR SALE OR LEAS?,|
GREENVILLE GAS WORKS.
IF not SOLD or LEA8ED by tho first
Monday in December, will bo sold at
auction. For further particulars, applv to
riOoMont Greenville Gas-Ligbt Co.,
Oct 30 fl2 Greenville. S. C.
WE have on hand, and are continually
receiving, a large assortment of
Alpacas, black and figured,
PoplinB, Bismarck, Ac.
In fact, one of the LARGEST and REST
SELECTED stocks of Dry Goods, Trim?
mings, Hosiery, Millinery Goods, Ac.
Ladies will do well by calling and exam?
ining our stock.
J. SULZBACHER & CO.,
Ono door South of Phoenix office,
Oct 30 arno Main street.
THE MOST RELIABLE
NOW IN USE.
JACOB LEVIN, Agent for tho PATAPt?
CO GUANO COMPANY, is now pre?
pared to furnish the Planters of South
Carolina with tho above named article,
from ONE BARREL to 500 TONS.
Circulars, explaining its properties, with
quantity applicable to tho sod upon which
it is to be used-certificates of numerous
Planters having used it in the culture of
Cotton, Wheat, Rye, Corn. Tobacco, Pota?
toes, Grass, Ac-can bo had at my office,
corner of Assembly and Plain streets
North corner of now Markot.
100 barrels now in store, and will bc Bent
to anv part of the State. Orders respect?
fully solicited. JACOB LEVIN,
Cheap and Desirable Goods.
NEW HAIR RESTORERS, of Color and
French Blacking and Brushes.
English Hair and Tooth Brushes.
Brown's Eesenco of Ginger.
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
English Mustard, warranted.
Bay Bum, by gallon, quart or bottle.
Soaps of all kind.
Corn Starch, Gelatine.
For salo by FISHER A HEIN IT.SH,
Oct 29 Druggists.
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OYSTERS ! OYSTERS ! !
CALL at J. CLENDINING'?, comer of |
Marion and Taylor streets, whero you
can bo servod with Extra Mill-Pond OYS?
TERS at all hours. Families will bo fur?
nished with Quarts or Pints at reasonable
Dost of LIQUORS, TOBACCO and SE
GABS, constantly on hand. Oct 27 3
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps corrects
tho change of water.
BUSHELS PRIME WHITE
0\J\J CORN. For sale by
Oct 27 E. A G. D. HOPE.
1/^00 POUNDS CHOICE BACON
lvUU BrcAst Pieces. For salo by
Oct'll E. A G. D. HOPE. "
Fish! Fish! !
400 lbs. SMOKED HALIBUT.
BblB. No. 1 Mackerel.
" No. 3
Bbls. Blue Fish.I
400 lbs. splendid Codfish.
_Oct 25 JOHN O. SEEGERS A CO.
IV ol fi '? Schiedam Schnapps aro
pr?ventiv? for chills and fever.
Painted Cotton Ties.
rpRY DILLON'S UNIVER8AL TIE.
JL It is tho most simple,
Tho most economical, aud
The best TIE in uso.
For salo by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe'? Schiedam Schnapps are good
for all kidney and bladder complaints.
New Hulled Buckwheat.
-| f \ BBLS. New Hulled BUCKWHEAT,
XU just received, and for sale, by
Pot 20 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe'? Schiedam Schnapps have a
dopot in all the large oitlos in the Union.
DOZ. FRESH EGGS. At
Got 25 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
Dew of the Alpe^-This cordial has
only to bo tasted to be appreciated,
give ii con?oi t, at tho A. M. E.
iroh, THIS EVENING, UM 80th
?M bonoflt of the COLUMBIA
Th* Society appeals to tho liberality of
tho cltteene to assist them in their efforts
to obtain the means to carry ont their
plans for the education of our ohildren.
Wood must be had; the children must bc
kept warm, or they cannot study; tho
School House must be kopt clean. We
must havo money to do this, and we appeal
to tho parents of the children in the name
of the ohildren; and to those that havo no
children, we appeal to them for tho lore of
the race and the welfare and the fature
destiny of our peuple. Then rally to-night
in full force, to hear tho Southern Nightin?
gale. Come out and bring all of tho chil?
dren. Let ft oct bo ?aid that we will not
help ourselves in this noble cause. Co?
lumbia, to the rescue. In God wo trust.
President Board of Trustees.
Admission 23 cents. Children 10 cents.
THIS EVENING, OCTOBER 30.
JS TP - TVT A TT TT-*
MAGICIAN AND VENTRILOQUIST.
Judi ci ii, Olli no se
DANCE OF FAIRY CHILDREN
Admission 50 cents. Children under
twelve voars of ago 2"> cents.
Look'for hand bills. __ Oct 30_
THIS TROUPE will give their THIRD
ENTERTAINMENT, at thc above Hall,
This Evening, October 30.
Tho performance will commence with
an amusing Comedy. To bo followed hy
au OLIO of SONGS, DANCES, NEGRO
MELODIES, etc. Thc whole to conclude
with a laughable farce.
Admission 50 cents. Children half price.
Performance to commence at half-past I
7 o'clock. Oct 30
INFORMS tho public that his STOCK OF I
GOODS in the above lino is complete
in every respect-being the largest over
brought to Columbia, and consists in part
MARBLE MANTLES and GRATES,
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, in largo
All descriptions, from a FOOT STOVE
to a HOTEL COOKING RANGE. Tho
attention of house-keepers is particularly
invited to the COTTON PLANT COOKING
STOVE, which is rcgardod as tho very bost
now in use. The following certificates,
from citizens of Columbia, aro published
to show the just appreciation in which
they aro held:
COLUMBIA, October 5,18t>7.
A, Palmer, Esq.
Di AK Sin: I have, for the last eighteen
years, boen using all tho latest improved
patterns of Cooking Stoves, and all of I
which, as you are aware, were bought at j
your establishment. But allow mo to
assure you that tho last ono bought of |
you, called tho "Cotton Plant," cxcols all
others; and I would therefore recommend
to all wanting a Cooking Stove, that
will givo entire satisfaction to buy a "Cot-1
ton Plant," and no other. Respectfully
yours. W. II. CASSON.
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 21, 18C7.
A. Palmer, Esq.
DEAB Sin: I have proved the Cotton
Plant, which I purchased of you last
spring, and find it just tho thing-by far
thu best Cooking Stovo that I over had, in
every respect. I cannot too strongly re?
commend it. Yours respectfully.
J. H. KILLIAN.
I have used the Cotton Plant Stovo for
six ur eight months, and am free to say
that it hakes tho host and quickest, with
less fuel, than any Stovo I havo cvor used;
and I behove, from ita construction, that
it will last longer than anv other.
JAMES E. BLACK.
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 3,1867.
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 25, 1867.
A. Palmer, Esq.
DEAU Sm: Having obtained from yon
and now using in my family-tho Cotton
Plant Cocking Stove, I oneeriutfy Doar tes?
timony to RB many good qualities. Its
economy in the uso of fuol, the rapidity
with which it does its work, tho uniformity
of its baking and cooking, mako it, in my
judgment, tho best Cooking Stovo in
market. Yours respectfully.
J. F. EISENMANN.
Additional references can bo given at
PLUMBIIN Gt 9
In all RB branches, promptly attended to.
Oct 30 t
m*T Spartanburg Spartan, Nowberry
Herald and Winnsboro Nexos, copy four
times and forward bille to this o nico.
. Wolfe'? Hclif nia m Schnapp? aro nsod
all over the world by the physicians in their
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The Bailey's give their third the
nirico-m inst rel perform anco this
evening, at Gibbes' Hall. They have
played to full houses for the past two
nights, and afforded satisfaction as
well as infinite amusement.
At a meeting of the District Re?
publican Convention, last evening,
the following nomination was made
for delegates to the Constitutional
Convention: W. B. Nosh, C. M. |
Wilder, T. J. Roberson. S.B. Thomp?
son. One white and three colored.
THE BROADWAY.-Mr. P. B. Glass
has placed on our desk the November
number, of this new illustrated
monthly. Purcha.se a copy and test
ST. MAUR.-This mysterious indi?
vidual gave his first entertainment
last night, in Jan ney \s Hall. His
feats of sleight-of-hand are inexplica?
ble and his powers of ventriloquism
truly wonderful. Ho asserts that he
became an adopt in nm ny of his
tricks from extensive pructice while
in Confederate service. That tho
exhibition is well worth attending,
will be corroborated by all who were
present last night. Auother enter?
tainment will be given this evening.
Tho following is a list of names of
Son th Carolina soldiers buried at the
cemetry at Charlestown, Va. :
W. G., M. W., J. P.-The initials
of these boi,;es aro on grave - of the
12th South Carolina; E. A. Jonnete,
L. V. Dent, 12th Regiment; W. L.
Darby, J. S. Wright, .). F. Malliken,
R. Bacon, Co. B., R. F. Neville, Co.
K, 2d; J. W. Burley, O. Moody, 1st;
Lieut. D. W. Johnsou, Co. H., C. C.
Lawrence, Co. I, Ed. Toney, Co. H,
7th; E. Burns, Co. F, 13th; J. T.
McRea, Co. K, 8th; J. Kellett, Co.
K, 24th; A. Buck, 21st; G. W. Gill,
20th; Capt. Keels, J. Walton,-.
The cemetery is beautifully locat?
ed, and it is kept in good order.
Special attention is given to the
graves of the Confederate soldiers by
the good peoplo of Charlestown, Va.
Having a complete printing office,
superintended by the proprietor, we
can execnte every description of book
and job printing-bill and letter
heads, circulars, labels, posters, pro?
grammes, business, wedding and in?
vitation cards, railroad receipts,
checks, drafts, frc.
STOVES, GRATES, GRIDDLES, ETC.
Mr. A. Palmer advertises a large
stock of these articles-and in tilt
stove line claims that he will chal?
lenge the world to compete with hil
celebrated "Cotton Plant." A num
ber of certificates have been fur
nishoil as to its superiority by resi
dents of Columbia who have usec
this stove. Mr. P. also has a nea
and tasty assortment of fancifully
decorated tin bnsius, pitchers, foot
baths, etc., which would almost pas;
for genuine China-with this advan
tage, that the tin will stand an;
amount of hard usage. Ho likewisi
has a lot of soap-stone griddles
which have only to receive a trial ti
bo appreciated-buckwheat and othe
griddle cakes being done brown ii
short order, with little, if any
grease. But to attempt to enume
rate his stock would be and. endles
job-drop in and examine it.
THE CHARLESTON NEWS.-The las
number of the News contains a nc
tice of a complete change in its prc
prietorship, aa well as editorial mo
nagement. Messrs. McMillan <
Morton, the former proprietors, hav
disposed of the entire business t
Messrs. Riordan, Dawson & Co. ; an
Dr. H. Buer, of tho editorial staf
hos also retired. Mr. Riordan, a
though young in years, is old i
newspaper experience-having foi
morly been connected editoriall
with the Mercury and latterly wit
the Courier. Mr. Dawson, wobeliev?
was connected with the newspapc
world in England, but for nearly
year hns held the position of mann?
ing editor of tho Charleston Mercur
-during which time the racy produi
tions of his pen have attracted coi
siderablo attention and admiratioi
Long life and prosperity to tho "ou
goers" and success to the "iu-con
ers," say wo.
FIVE CENTS.-The price of sing
copies of the Phonix is five cents, ar
purchasers aro requested to pay r
more for them. We are informe
that some of tho news-boys charf
ten. This is au imposition.
Bead Udolpho Wolfe's advertise?
ments in to-day's paper.
MAH, ARKANO?;III?NT8.- The pdjfl
office open during the week from 8
a. ra. to 6 p. m. On Sundays, from
1% to 2%, p. m.
The Charleston and Western mails
are open for delivery at 2 p. m., and
close nt 9 a. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
10k a. m., closes at J p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery at 3
p. m., closes at 8 p. m.
Niw ADYSBTIHKHENTS_Attention ls cell?
ed io the following advertisements, pub?
lished this moraiuR int tho first time:
8. H. Myere & Co.-Rare Chance, Ac'.
Mrs. E. F. hylea-Stolen.
Jacob Levin-Fatapsco Guano.
Joseph Taylor-Madame Tilghman.
A. Tttlmer-RtovoB, Tinware, Ac.
Thomas Steen-For Sale or Lease.
J. Kulzb-vcher A Co_Now Goods.
C. Bouknight-Estray Cow.
A. ToUsMto-Consigned Gooda.
P. Cantwell-Racon Strips.
Bailoy's Varieties Again To-Night.
C. F. JACKSON is receiving gooda regu?
larly every week. They are well seleoted
and Rold at low rates. Call and soo them.
No house tells good* cheaper than he does.
ALOT of LONG CLOTHS and PRINTS
at 12*ee?tn, damaged by recont rains,
and to bo sold on account.
Thtao gooda ara really cheap and'all in
want will do well to examine them.
E. C. SHIVER.
_Oct2 IV,_.' - ,2
E..Who Wants a Mountain Home?
WILL be sold, on the 15th of Novem?
ber next, in Jackson County, N. C.,
a beautiful BUMMER RESIDENCE, in?
cluding Houso with Eight Rooms, Kitchen
and good Stables, and also a Saw Hill and
Tho farm contains two hundred acres.
This farm ie located in a beautiful region,
presenting the moat magnificent scenery
in YVextern North Carolina. It was known
before the war as the Bummer Residence
of Co). Hampton.
It is sold as the property of the heirs of
Jacob ^Tiller, deceased. Terms made
kuown on day of sale.
W. E. MILLER,
flfiHB^ having been for eomo time
in&?SBmK associated with tho late Dr.
M4-Ul T TJ* D. P. Grogg in DENTAL
SURGERY, purposes continuing the busi?
ness in tho Ofhco recently occupied by the
Tho patronage of my old friends, and
the public generally, is respectfully solicit?
ed. Omeo over T.* W. Radcliffe's Jewelry
Store, Main street. D. L. BOOZER.
OHA PRIME CODFISH.
4\J\J Bbls. White IRISH POTATOES
Bbb. Northern White Beans.
" Fulton Market Spiced Beef.
" Breakfast Bacon.
Cheese. Butter. Ac.
Just received and for sale by
Cet 25_C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
Potatoes and Onions.
rt A BBLS. Choioe Northern POTATOES,
? bbls. ONIONS,
5 bbls. Sweet POTATOES.
Just received, aud for sale low, by
Oct 17 _J. AT. B. AGNEW.
HAMS! HAMS 1 !
"1 AA .CHOICE BALTIMORE HAMS,
WJ\J just received, and for sale, br
Oot2G_ _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Gen. Lee and his Lieutenants,
THEIR Early Lives, Public Services and
Campaigns, with over thirty fine Por?
traits, by author of "Tho Lost Cause."
Napoleon aud Queen Louisa, of Prussia;
bv Muhlbach. Price $1.50 and $2.00.
"Jnoz, a Tale of Texas; by author of 8t.
Elmo. Prico $1.75.
Earlv and Lato Papers, by Thackeray.
Hand-Book of Practical Cookery, for
Ladies and Professional Cooks; by Prof.
Diary of a Refugee, by a Lady of Virgi?
nia, Ac. For sale at McCarter's Bookstore.
Oct 26_R. L. BRYAN.
SELF-RAISING-6 lb. papers.
Oct 25 _ JOHNC. 8EEGER8 A CO.
Wolff's Schiedam Schnapp? ia the
purest liquor mannfactured in the world.
TEY THE CELEBRATED
" ARROW TIE"
PAINTED IRON BANDS,
I7IOP. BALING COTTON. For sale by
1 J. O. Gibbes and E. A G. D. Hope.
H. T. BARTLETT, Gen'l Agent,
43 Carondelet street, Now Orleans, La.
Oct '_':!_ Imo
<n REENVIELE ANDCOT.TTMRT A. p.AIL
% 1 ROAD BONDS, fguarantoo,) wanted
bV THOS. E. GREGG A 00.
For sale. FIRST MORTGAGE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD BONDS. Oct 18
Wolf e's Schiedam Schnapps are sold
by all grocers and apothecaries.
" A BARGAIN!
A STATIONARY 8TEAM ENGINE, 35
homo power, in complete orderj plain
cylinder boiler, 31 feet long, by 36 inchon
diameter; heater 34 foot long, by 20 inches
diameter; iron smoke-stack, with cast brou
bottom, plate and damper. Also, a Circu?
lar SAW MILL. The engine sud saw mill
can bo soon at tho Conftareo Iron Works.
Appiyto R. MCDOUGALL,
Sept 20 Columbia, S. C.
KT Tho Charlotte News will copy three
timos weekly, and forward bill to this