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Frsday Morning, November 22.1867.
The Soutnek-n Convention?.
The telegraph informed ns, yester?
day, that the Alabama Convention
he*! receded frota it? previous pro?
hibitory and disfranchising action,
and that this modification was occa?
sioned by the counsels of the leaders
of the party in Washington. No
matter what was the cause which led
the body to take this step in a con?
servative direction, we are gratified
that it has been taken, and we trust
that it will have its due influence on
the course of the other State Con?
ventions yet to assemble. The action
Of Macao CouvoiitiunH will be watched
with profound solicitude, not only by
the South, but by the North and
West. That action, of course, more
immediately concerns the Southern
people, not only in their political,
but their material interests; yet its
effects must extend to ev?'-y section,
as the injury done to the people of
one cection must be felt in a greater
or lesa degree by the people in every
part of the country. ? Moderation,
therefore, should characterize all the
proceedings of these bodies; consti?
tutions should be adopted not merely
to promote the interest of a party,
but for tho benefit and welfare of the
States, and for the protection of the
just rights of all, without distinction
of race. If this be done-if disfran?
chisement of any set of men, for
former political opinions or actions,
be abandoned-if the bill of rights
adopted by these conventions in
framing their constitutions are based
upon those of other States having "a
republican form of government,"
and the disposition made manifest
that it is the desire of the party now
in power at the South and in Con?
gress, that the peoplo-the masses
who will be chiefly instrumental in
framing these State organic laws
desire to concede equal rights to all,
and to live in peace and harmony,
and become co-workers for the wel?
fare of their section; then will tho
road to reconstruction be made plain
jj and easy, and tho now excluded
States, being re-organized, take their
rank and position ns equals in the
Federal Union. On tho other hand,
if a contrary course of action be pur?
sued, it is painful to contemplate
s - what would be tho inevitable results.
Conflict of interests would aiise,
affecting the well-being of all classes
-those of the laborer as of tho land?
owner, of tho operative as of the
mechanic or manufacturer; and this
?*t* t ' conflict would take placo among a
people .who have already been pros?
trated and impoverished, and who,
above all others, should be united for
the common weal. But, boyond this
conflict of interest, strife would be
engendered, passious aroused, and
consequently collisions unavoidable.
The severest blow from these results
would, of course, bo to the prospe?
rity and peace of the South; but
there is not a nook or corner of tho
whole country that wonld not feel the
direful effects of such conflicts or
It is true, that tho action of these
Conventions, in the Constitutions
they may adopt, have to pass through
two revising processes-they have to
be submitted to the people for con?
firmation, and if confirmed-as doubt?
less they generally will be-they must
again be submitted to OBngross for
revisiou or acceptance. It will be
seen, therefore, thr.t Congress, iu
reality, is the Constitution-making
power for the present excluded States.
This is a novol process in tho legisla?
tion of our country; but it is so, and
must bo submitted to. If it bo 1 rue,
then, as reported in our despatches,
that tho party loaders advised a more
moderate course than tho Alabama
Convention proposed to take, as re?
gards disabilities and disfranchise?
ment, we may have some hope that
the now Southern Conventions may
be more liberal in their provisions,
than we hud some time ago reason to
expect. That thing called thc ballot
box, is a i)0 werf ul conservativo en
gino, and a successful political per?
suader to the erring, to tako tho right
A French physician is curing h Li
patients who aro suffering from de?
bility, and reduced and enfeebled
blood, by giving them the fresh
warm blood of chickens, ducks and
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Tho New ?ork Sun, a Republican
journal, raakea the following notice
of the arrest, by the military authori?
ties/of one of the Richmond incendia?
ry orators, and a member of'the Con?
- "It is high time that some action
were .taken to stop the inflammatory
course of snob characters as. the one
referred to; but why pounce upon
the black agitator, and allow the
more culpable white ones to escape?
There ure white agitators all over the
South, of the Hunnioutt pattern, who
are doing everything in their power
to array the blacks against the whites.
The negroes being ignorant and easily
misled, the inflammatory teauhings of
the Hunuioutts are really dangerous.
The largest liberty should be extend?
ed to the Southern radicals, com?
patible with tue public safety; but
when they over-step that limit, and
attempt to embroil the blacks in strife
with the whites, they should be
It is past "high time" for this sort
of action, for much evil has already
been effected, not so much by colored
speakers, as by white emissaries sent
among them; therefore, we agree
with the Sun, that while the utmost
freedom of speech, consistent with
public order and tho peaco of the
community, should bo allowed to all
political speakers of any and every
party, yet when strife and agitation
aro tho only ends they aim at, they
should be held responsible; and, if
guilty, properly punished. Tho freed?
men, in exorcising their newly ac?
quired political rights, especially in
this State, have bohaved with ex?
emplary decorum, and we havo never
seen a quieter election in this city,
than that held on Tuesday and
Wednesday, in which tho voters were
all colored; and we are convinced,
that if the whole colored population
of tho South had not been interfered
with, by agitators from abroad, the
disorder in the political relations ol
tho two classes, which may have oc?
curred elsewhere, would not bnvc
GRAND LODGE A. F. M. OF SOUTE
CAROLINA.-At tho annual communi?
cation of this Lodge, held at Masonit
Hall, in Charleston, on the 21st, thc
following officers were elected and in
j stalled to serve for tho ensuing year:
James L. Orr, Grand Master; Jas,
I Conner, D. G. M. ; A. Durham, S. G
W. ; James McCullough, J. G. W.
H. W. Schroder, G. T. ; R. S. Bruns
G. S. ; J. R. Pickett, G. C. ; B. Rusl
Campbell, G. L.; S. W. Maurice, E
Bates, S. G. D. ; C. P. Townsend, I
W. Angel, J. G. D. ; P. K. Coburn
G. M. ; John Corby, G. P. ; S. Burk
G. T.; G. M. Jordan, W. T. Miller
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THE RICE CROP.-The Georgetown
Times, of tho 14th, says: "Mauy
planters we have conversed with art
sadly disappointed ut thc yield o
their crops-in many cases not real
izing one-half of their expectations
there being an abundance of ligh
grains, tho result of tho unpropitious
season and tho depredations of tin
birds. Tho grain crop of the District
is certainly inadequate to feed tb?
City Flour and Grist Mills.
AFEW SACKS of very fino FAMILY
FLOUR for sale. * R. TOZER.
Seed Wheat, Barley and Rye.
"I f\f\ RUSHERS SEED WHEAT,
JL\J\J 50 bushels Seed Rye,
23 bushels Seed Barley. For salo bv
Nov 22 3_ T. J. QIB8?N.
ACOMMODIOUS STORE, on Mai
street, near tho Post Office. Alar
soveral large ROOMS. Fur further pai
ticulurs, applv on the promises to
W. K. GREENFIELD,
Corner Main and Lady streets.
Nov 22__ _
ROOMS T? LETT"
FOR BINGLE GENTLEMEN, with o
without BOARD. Also, a KITOHE]
with three rooms, suitable for a stua
family. Inquire of P. CARRI,
Near Bates', on Cates street.
JNov 22 2
B? a colored man, a BRASS KEY-sui
poso i to bo a safe kev -which tl:
owner can havo by paying for this advei
tisement, and leaving a small gratuitv ff
the tinder._ Nov*22
CABBAGE A^D ONIONS^
PLANT your ONIONS if you want the:
for early spring uso.
Sow Early aud Largo York CABTUrt
SEED, amt havo an early mess of Kraut.
Frc.-.h and reliable acoda at
FISHER St HEINITSH'S,
CORN, OATS, PEAS.
]nnn BUSHELS WHITE CORN,
..Ul/U 400 bushels OATS,
50 bushels PEAS. For sale by
Nov 20 ?1 THOMPSON EARLE.
ANOTHER lot of that popular BAt
OING. Also, a lot of line BACC
SIDES and No. 1, 2 and 3 MACKEREL,
half barrels, for salo low for cash bv
__Nov'2t_2 J. H. CAMPBELL.
An eruption or the skin, of tbir
yoar'ri standing, which defied the skill
tho doctors, was curod, in Philadolphi
by using Heinitth's Queen's Delight.
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FTBK IN ST. JOHN'S BKBKBIIET.-By
mgers on the Norih-eastern RaU
we learn that the residence of
Thomas Ravenel, at Woodboo
lantation, in St John's Berkeley,
was destroyed by fire on the 11th
instant. . The house was an old one,
having been built in the reign of
Queen, Anne. Nothing was ?wed,
except the down-stairs furniture. The
fire was accidental.
WISCONSIN.-The Milwaukie Be
publican says: "The Democrats have
gained four members of the State
enate. The Senate will, therefore,
stand fifteen Democrats to eighteen
Republicans. In tho last Assembly,
the Republicans had forty-eight ma?
jority. This is a gain to the Demo?
crats of fifteen members throughout
A serious affair occurred on Mon?
day last, in Unester District, between
two young men, named Johnson Car?
ter and J. Wesley Davis, when the
former drew a knife and inflicted
.several severo gashes on the person
of the latter. It is feared that Davis
is mortally wounded. So says the
TO be RAFFLED, at tho Pollock Home,
a SINGLE TEAM, consisting of a Sor?
rel Maro, Ruggy, Harness, 3 Blankets,
Wolf Bobo, Whips, Ac.
Fifty Chances, at $10 each.
Tho ratho tc como off au soon as all tho
chancea aro taken. Tho property can be
oxamined by applying to Mr. Pollock at
any time previous to tho raffle.
?ft BUNDLES Cotton IRON BANDS, of
A?XJ tho incomparable Arrow Tie, for
salo bv E. A G. D. HOPE.
Oft A NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
?\1\J 1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon,
0,000 lbs. Clear Sides and Shoulders,
200 bags Count ry Flour,
15 bbls. Fresh Biscuit, assorted,
25 boxes English Dairy Choose,
5 hhds. Bacon Sides and Shoulden;,
10 bbls. Fresh Buckwheat Flour,
6 ** Golden 8vrup,
Smoked Beef and Tongues, with a full
assortment of Pickles, Sauces, Ketchups,
Ac, Ac, for Balo low, by
Nov 21 _E\_ AG. D. H JPE.
Just Received and For Sale,
f\ BALES GUNNY BAGGING, two pounds |
\9 to tho yard,
10 ooils GREENLEAF ROPE,
10 coils MANILLA ROPE, low for cash, I
hy_ E. A G. D. HOPE.
Only Fifty Cents.
inn IK)XEl1 SMOKED HERRINGS, I
1VJU for sale at tho unusually low price |
of 50 cents per box, bv
Nov 1G_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Pig Hams and Shoulders.
CHOICE New York PIG HAMS and PIG j
SHOULDERS, just received by last
steamer, and for sale bv
Nov 10 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Aft BOXES Family and No. 1 SOAP, on I
*J*J band and for sale, at unnsuallv low
pri?es, by J. A T. H. AGNEW.
Jl's i RECEIVED, on consignment,
10 cases CHOICEST BRANDS, of gell
HEIDSICK A CO., quarts and pints.
For sale on reasonable terms, by
Nov 15 GEO. MYMMERS.
Copeland & Bearden
HAVE ON HAND
200 bushels SEED WHEAT,
50 bags Extra Familv FLOUR,
1,000 lbs. New Bacon HAMS,
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
20 ?his. Golden and Bee-hive Syrups,
Bagging and Balo Rope,
9.'i> sacks Liverpool Salt,
1U hales Yarn. Nov IC
Circassian Lustre, for beautifying thc
hair, for young and old; an elegant articlo
and cheaper than anything else of tho
kind. Sold by Ffsher A Heinitsln_
Gunpowder ! Gunpowder ! !
WE have been appointed agentB for tho
sale o? DUPONT'S CELEBRATED
GUNPOWDER, and offer it at wholesale at
the following low rates:
Ritle Powder, in 25 lb. kegs, best quality,
$7.25 per keg.
Rillo Powder, in 25-lb. kegs, second quali?
ty, $0.25 per keg.
Blasting Powder, in 25-lb. kegs, best
quality, f 1.75 per keg.
In quantities of ten kegs or more, it will
bo delivered at depot of either of tho roads
at a reduction of 25 cents per keg.
Wo will also furnish half and quarter
kegs, and cannister powder by the ease, at
Terms cash, in United States currency,
Nov 0 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
JUST received, at wholesale and retail.
Nov 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
English Ale and Porter.
DOZ. Genuino English ALE,
50 doz. Genuine English Porter.
Freshly imported, and for sale low, by
Nov 0 GEORGE BYMMERH.
Your beauty, your health, your case
may no restored, by using Hoiuitsh's
Queen's Delight. *_
HARVEY'S OINTMENT will euro ITCH.
Harvey's Ooiutmont will euro Hu?
Harvey's Ointment for Diseases of the
Harveys Ointment for Totter aud
Harvey's Ointment for Soro Hoads.
Price 25 cents a .?ox, onlv. For salo by
FISHER A HE1NITSH,
Nov 15 Druggists.
T" EMON BISGUITS,
JU Soda Biscuit,
Oyster Crackers, Ao.
1 Nov 7 JOHN C. HEEGERS A CO.
There waa a largo "Vallandigham j
demonstration by the Democracy at '
Troy, Ohio, on Monday last with!
hon fires, musio and speeches.
Roverdy Johnson has a cataract in
his eye, but how many younger men
have a waterfall in bulbi
The scarcity of Croton in New
York is accounted for by the increased
activity in the milk trade.
The tailors* strike in London oost |
the craft $150,000, beside almost
double that amount in lost wages. . I
The negroes in St Louis havel
started a semi-monthly paper, ll by
16, which they call the New Era.
Owing to the recent de?
cline in the DRY GOODS
market, I have marked all
my goods down to the very
lowest figures. Purchasers
will find it greatly to their
interest to take advantage
of this opportunity and
give me an early call.
My stock embraces every
article usually found in a
first class Dry Goods house.
C. F. JACKSON.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
ASMALL Black and Tan TERRIER.
A liberal reward will bc paid to any
person returning it to GEN. PRESTON'S
residence, islanding street. Nov 20 3
ALL PERSONS having claims against
the estato of Dr. D. P. GREGG, de?
ceased, will present tho same, properly
attested, and all persons indobtcd, either
by note or open account, will please make
spcedv pavnicnt to
MRS. M. D. GREGG,
Nov 20 Imo Qualified Executrix.
ONE or TWO GENTLEMEN, or a Gen?
tleman and Lady, can find BOARDING
in a private family, in a pleasant part of
the city. If tho parties desire a private
Parlor, they can be accommodated. Also,
to rent. Stables and Carriage House.
PCA BOXES and BARRELS Assorted
*J\J CRACKERS, fresh and nico.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at rea?
Nov 20 GEORGE SYMMERS.
The "Queen's Delight"
ALM AN A C
JUST PUBLISHED, a new and interest?
ing CALENDAR for the people, con?
taining much valuable information j a book
for everybody-a guide to long life, health,
wealth and happiness. Call and get one,
nt the Store. FISHER A UEINITSH,
Nov 19 Druggists.
Beauty und lu alt ii aro more to be
prized than the wealth of thc Indies.
Without health, what are all tho posses?
sions of world to you with a diseased body
and mind. You cannot enjoy them, and it
gives you pain not to realize them. Usc
tho Queen's Delight and bo restored.
ADESIRABLE building LOT, on North
oast corner of Sumter and Taylor
streets. If not disposed of at private salo,
will be Bold by public auction, first MON?
DAY in December next. Applv to
F. w. MCMASTER,
Nov 13 No. 5 Law Bango.
SEED RYE ! SEED RYE !
BUSHELS SEED RYE for sale. Bv
Nov :t ALFRED TOLLKSON.
FROM my Residence, on
I Camden Road, near Columbia,
v . ? j i Thursday, the 14th instant, a
.MILCH COW, answering follow?
ing description: Color-bright red, with a
few white spots on left side; right horn
broken off half sway. A suitable reward
will be paid tor information or recovery of
I sai.l animal. F. H. ELMORE.
Nov 20 _ fi!
KITS No. 1 Choice MACKEREL, for
sale by !.'.. .V G. 1). MOPE-_
Steam Engine for Sale.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 35
horso power, in completo order; with
Flue Boiler, containing 32 Flues.
Also, a CIRCULAR SAW MILL.
To be sold singly or together. Tho En
gino can bo seen at tho Congaroo Iron
Works, foot of Lady street.
Apply tu Ii. MouOUGAL,
Nov 15 Columbia, S. C.
*8- Newberry Herald pleaso copy four
times and send bill to this office._
What is this Medicine, called "Hei
nitsh's Queen's Delight?"
IT is a valuable compound of Roots and
Gums, discovered and propared on
pharmaceutical principles by a practical
chemist. It ia found, upon trial of moro
than 2,000 cases, to bo the only euro blood
purifier, and will euro all thoso inveterate
and stubborn diseases which arise from
impurity of tho blood; and whilst it docs
this, it exerts a powerful hiuucnco ovor
tho whole system, invigorating and restor?
ing the weak and crippled orjjans of thc
i body to healthy action.' Nov 2 Curo
Don't forget. The only sure cough
I euro is Stanley's eclobrated Cough Syrup.
I Sold by Fishor and Hoinitsh.
i' i.M i"i pmw KU 1 wi ?pw
Tho Phoenix Weekly Leiter. Sheet
Prices Current and Market Report
will be issued this (Friday) afternoon.
Those desiring copies, will hand in
their orders as early as practicable.
j CARD OF THANKS.-Owen Daly and
Charles C. Radcliffe, who have just
been released from confinement, at
Fort Macon, for an assault and bat?
tery upon W. J. Armstrong and J.
Q. Thompson, tako thia occasion to
return to the citizens of Columbin,
their sincere thanks for the kindness
and sympathy extended to them while
EXTRA FINE TURNIPS.-WA have
received from James Peckham, Esq.,
a bunch of extra fine turnips, of
the-well, the fact is, wo can't re?
member the name-variety, grown on
his farm, near Columbia. These
turnips stand tho hot weather bettor
than any other variety, not even ex?
cepting the celebrated Ruta Baga;
they aro also an excelleut winter tur?
AMUSING EXPERIMENT.-Let some
of our young readers try the following
experiment-wo did, and the pro?
gramme was fully carried out:
"Fasten a nail or key to a striug,
and suspend it to your thumb aud
finger, and'the nail will oscillate like
a pendulum. Let somo one placo his
open hand under thc nail, and it wil]
change to a circular motion. Theu
let a third poison place his hand upon
your shoulder, and the nail becomes
in a moment stationary."
TOURNAMENT-AN EXCELLENT IDEA.
Wo are reliably informed that n grand
tournament aud ball, for the benefit
of tho Ladies' Industrial Association,
will come off, in this city, ou tho lOtL
of December next, and all young mer
wishing to take part ia tho exercises
will band iu their names, with th?
characters they wish to personate, or
or before the 30th inst. The. Kuight'i
admission fee will be $5. Tickets o
admission to the ball, S3. Tiles?
tickets can bc procured nt the princi
pal drug stores of the city. All com
munications to be addressed to thc
Committee of Arrangements-Messrs
P. H. Joyner aud P. G. McGregor
National Hotel, Columbio, S. C.
Tho following is a list of the prizes
1st-a handsome crewn; 2d-a fini
saddle; 3d-an ornamented bridle
1th-a fancy whip The following
gentlemen have been requested t<
act as tho Honorary Committee:
Gens. Wade Hampton, J. B. Ker
shaw, J. 1). Kennedy; Cols. Simeoi
Fair, F. W. McMaster, L. D. Childs
Majs. W. F. Nance, J. Meighau, T
W. Radcliffe, Wm. D. Peek; Capta
A. R. Taylor, Thos. Taylor; Hone
J. P. Carroll, C. H. Saber, Y. J
Pope, Theo. Starke, S. D. Melton, J
G. Gibbes; Drs. Samuel Fair, A. i?
Talley, R. W. Gibbes, Jr.; Messrs
H. W. Addison, Robert Joyner, li
Hope, R. C. Shiver, C. J. Bollin, C
Bouknigbt, R. O'Neale, Jr., Thoma
Lee, Lewis J. Radcliffe, Wm. Ric?
Thomas Gregg, S. L. Leaphart, I
THE ELECTION FOR CONVENTION. -
R icu LAND.-Davis'.-Total vote 2(
The following is n summary of th
vote at Columbia and Davis': Roberl
son, 1,164; Thompson, 1,164; Wildei
I, 1G3; Nash, 1.1G3.
Gadsden and Garner's.-Total vot
98G-only 4 whites; all for Convoi
tion. 72 colored men lost their vote
by not remeiuboring their registore
names. Everything passed off vcr
NEWBERRY. -Second Day.--12!
total both days, G31-all colored au
all Convention. Both clays at Loni
shore's box, 53S-all colored and a
Convention. Dominick's box-2
votes-all whito but 4, and for Coi
vention. Romarin-135 votes-1
whito votes against Convention, tl
balauco blacks and for Conventioi
These aro all the boxes heard from u
to thc hour of closing tho mail.
S. P. K.
There wero 80 votes polled at Jei
kinsvillo, miles from Alston
only ono white.
KERSHAW.-1)21-5 whites. All f<
Cr? n Trnji t io !!.
BARNWELL.-About 773 votes polk
-only 3 whites.
BERKELT.-Total voto 74?.
CHESTER.-About 400 votes-whit
6. About 20 against Convention.
MARION.-219 -all colored.
At Florence, thc voto was 401
ouly 1 whito.
LDO^FTELD. - -About 800.
vote, 2,31G-whites 56; color?
2,260. Entiro voto for tho two da;
4,7f>i>-of which 66 were whites. ?
ono of the boxes tho polls were ke]
open until 6 p. m. ; against which oi
of the managers protested, but 1
THOUQHTS FOR THE SEASON.-The
? season of the fall of the leaf has
come again, with all its sad and salu?
tary teachings. Who can shut bis
heart against ita lesson? Who, as he
sees the frost withered leaf driven by
the fitful winds, is not reminded that
such is human life? Even as a leaf,
when the frost has dried up its sap,
and its stem clings no more to tho
parent tree, so is our life. It is green
to-day and flouts gaily upon the sum?
mer breeze, but the frosts of death
are gnawing at its stem, and we know
not if we shall wave there to-morrow,
or be driven away by the wintry
blasts of eternity. Happy are we if
nature preaches not unto us in vain
iii ?.uta uer solemn day.
MESSES. EDITORS: The telegraph
has informed us several times that
Gov. Orr is in Charleston, in consul?
tation with Gou. Canby, in arranging
for the taxation of the peoplo of this
State. We are further informed,
that tho State appropriation bill will
shortly be issued by Gen. Canby, and
that it provides liberally for tho judi?
ciary, penitentiary ana public insti?
tutions, and tbat the State tax bill
will appear at the same time. You
will, Messrs. Editors, confer a favor
by informing the public if the Re?
construction Acts authorize Gen.
Cunby to impose taxes on the people
of this State, and whether there is
any law or authority of the so-called
State of South Carolina authorizing
Gov. Orr to participate in adding
burthens on an over-taxed people.
Taxes aro not collectablo until June
next, some six or seven months
hence. If we are to be a State on
the basis of the Reconstruction Acts
of Congress, there is ample time, by
our future mles, to impose taxes. If
not, then the Congress of the United
States can provide for the necessary
taxation. We aro of those who be?
lieve wc have still somo rights left;
and so behoving, we make the in?
quiry, whether the authority is given
to Gen. Canby and Gov. Orr toa-im
pose and collect taxes frqm the peo
p. of Sonth Carolina?
So far ns Gen. Canby is concerned,
he is acting within the purview of
the Reconstruction Acts passed by
Congress-for, if we read them aright,
he has supreme control over his Mili?
tary District. Gov. Orr, we presume,
has been called upon merely as a
medium through which information
as to the different sections of the
State may be obtained.
Jon WORK.-Every description of
book and job printing-pamphlets,
bill heads, circulars, labels, posters,
programmes, business, wedding and
invitation card?, railroad receipts,
checks, drafts, &o., promptly execut?
ed at the lowest rates.
MAIE ARRANGEMENTS.-The post
office open duriug the week from 8>?
a. m. to 6 p. m. On Sundays, from
1)? to 21.j p. m.
The Charleston and.Western mails
are open for delivery at 2 p. m., and
close at i) a. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
1CM.? a. m., closes at 1 p. ra.
Greenville-Open for delivery at 3
p. m., closes at 8 p. m.
FIVE CENTS.-The prico of single
copies of the Phoenix is five cents, and
purchasers are requested to pay no
more for them. We are informed
that nonie of the news-boys charge
ten. This is an imposition.
NEW AUVKRTISKMENTS.-Attention in ca?
ed t<> the following advertisements, pub?
lished this morning for tim first time:
R. Tozer-Now Flour.
W. K. Greenfield- For Rent.
T. J. Oibson-8eed Wheat.
Rnftlo at Pollock House.
Heiuitsh's New Theory of Health, Ac.
F. Carri-Rooms to Rent.
Found-A Brass Key.
D. C. Peixotto & Son- Auction To-Day.
Low PRICES OF DUY Goons.-C. F. JACK?
SON is adding to his stock of goods every
week, and his customers get tho advan?
cer.- of tho declino in prices. Thc goods
rcccivod this week are lower than ever.
Cet Rid of the Rats and Mice, and
Save Your Provisions.
HARVEY'S great RAT PASTE. Instant
death to theso inarAudors and de?
stroyers. For salo by
FISHER & HEINITSH,
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
GREENVILLE GAS "WORKS.
IF not SOLD or LEASED bv tho first
Monday in December, will bo sold at
auction. For further particulars, apply to
President Grconvillo Gas-Light Co.,
Ont 30 tia_Greenville, 8. C.
Fulton Market Beef, &c.
2BBL8. FAMILY BEEF,
2 half bbls. Pig Tort,
1,000 lbs. Sugar-cured Strips,
6 tiorces Puro Kettle Rendered Leaf
Fresh supplies of first-class Groceries
received by every steamer from Now York
ami Baitiraoro. GEORGE SYMMER8.
FIGS ! FIGS ! !
LTf\ BOXES WASHED FIGS, at
I 0\) Nov 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS A 00.