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Sunday Horning, January 12. W?S
Tho National Intelligencer adminis?
ters a scorching rebuke to the domi?
nant party in Congress, and declares
that they do not intend, during the
present session, to furnish tho ioaat
relief to tho suffering interests of
commerce, industry and enterprise,
which they bavo so alarmingly pros?
trated by perverse legislation, by
profligate expenditures, and by cor?
rupt practices. Tho situation of
a flin rs, North as well as South, is
most grave, and vet these reckless
majorities continue to trifle with the
public welfare as if it was the mero
sport of partizan . strife, and was
unworthy of the least reflection or
care. Tho revenue is falling off" at
the rate of $100,000,000 for the year;
the public debt is daily augmenting,
because of standing armies in the
South nnd bounties voted by Con?
gress for purposes of party; every
branch of trade is depressed; confi?
dence is fast disappearing; desolation
spreads its sad gloom over the whole
Sor/1 ; unemployed mechanics fill the
great cities of the North, and a state
of fearful apprehension pervades the
country from one extremity to the
other. Yet, in presence of oil these
causes of alarm, and of others equally
momentous, Congress diverts itself
with President-making and partizan
warfare upon the Exeoutive. Not
one remedy, worthy of the name, has
been or will be proposed, because
thc fixed intention of the dominant
majorities is to squander the people's
time, for which they voted them?
selves increased salaries, in efforts to
continue the power by which all
these evils have been brought about.
Selfishness is the only idea which
animated their policy. To that end,
everything has been, and will con?
tinue to be, sacrificed. As long as
the party can triumph, by fair means
or by foul, the country is not deemed
worthy of the slighest attention. So
far as the financial issue is concerned,
there is neither harmony nor ability
manifested by tho radicals in Con?
gress. Ono faction favors unlimited
expansion, another advocates con?
traction, and a third repudiation of
the public faith. Small politicians
apply their limited intelligence to thc
largest practical question that ever ex?
ercised the statesmanship of a nation,
just as if they wore dealing with the
affairs of a County Convention, 01
the cost of a nomination to Congress
so that supcradded to the narrow
partizanship which governs the mint
of tho majority, there is au incapaoitj
that wholly unfits it to grasp the ne
cessities and duties of the situation
Their whole time seems to bo em
ployed in making the condemnec
policy of the majority more odious
in riveting fetters upon the whit*
population of the South, and in arm
ing tho degraded blacks with power t(
subjugate and exterminate tho whits
The cruel nud vindictive champion;
of this policy appear anxious h
provoke a war of races, and to niaki
the work of ruin even moro appall
ing than it is, to crown with a dari
and bloody catastrophe tho end o
their malignant and atrociou
schemes. They aim to crush an<
destroy. Their only motto is, delet
da eat Carthago. Whilo the best it
terests of tho nation aro thuswantor
ly and wickedly neglected and d<
spised; whilo suffering is felt ove
the North, and sorrow saddens ever
fireside in the South, tens of millior
aro wruug'from oppressed tax-payer?
in order to support military despc
? ?sins, and to. maintain worthless n<
groes in idleness and vice. They ai
encouraged not to work, and are pr<
raised confiscation, plunder and plei
ty as the rewards of their obedient
to radical teachings. They have bee
clo au exceptional and pref erre
class by legislation, over and abo>
every other portion of the popul:
tion. Let tho country bear in min
that Congress does not intend j
grant relief of any sort, or to het
tho appeals which an outraged pei
plo have sent up to tho capita
This session, tho Intelligencer believe
is to bo givon up wholly to partizai
ship, and to tho perpetuation of r
dical rulo. Thero is but ono reined
loft, and that the people of tho Norl
have in their own hands. Let the:
confirm nnd repeat the recent ve
dicta at the ballot-bos, until these
destructives are hurled front the
plac?e which they dow discredit, and
send" representatives to Washington
who preserve respect for the Consti?
tution and.'Union, and who will at
least Rtrive to reform the abuses and
arrest tho wide-spread corruption
which radicalism bas fastened upon
INDIAN Eno?tJENCE.-It has been
mentioned by a correspondent of the
Baltimore Sun, that according to
what seems to be becoming one of.
their annual customs, several delega?
tions of Indian tribes will visit
Washington, early in thie year, and
have nn interview with the President,
not only of courtesy, but having re?
ference to treaty arrangements be?
tween the Government and the In?
dians. It is added, that some savages
will accompany tho party who have
never been before within tho limits
of. civilization. If Satauta, Red
Cloud and Big Mouth should be of
the party, and consent to make some
speeches, such as they made on the
prairies last summer, they would
draw largo houses, and furnish mo?
dels of force and beauty which might
be imitated to advantage by the most
conspicuous Congressional speakers.
Nothing was more remarkable, dur?
ing the progress of the late negotia?
tions with tho various tribes of the
prairies, than the oratory of the red
men who took part in those couueils,
as reported by tho correspondents of
the leading journals. The Indian's
fame for eloquence is traditionary;
but it might hn.vc been supposed
that, with tho general decline of the
race, the fire that onco kindled their
speech with something almost ko
inspiration, had gono out, but tho
contrary seems to be tho fact. We
are not speaking of educated, In?
dians, who have been seut to the
schools nud colleges of the pale-faces,
and afterwards returned to their wild
mode of life; but of tho genuine
children of the prairie, who never
saw a book, and who came to tho
council fresh from the war track.
Such warriors showed themselves on
these occasions natural statesmen and
orators, and in the last respect, at
any rate, more thau a match for tho
whites who met them at the couucil
board. The subjects discussed at
these councils, were s?me means of
stopping the war, nnd at the same
time reconciling their natural rights
with our apparent necessities. In?
telligent gentlemen, who were pre?
sent, bear witness to the appropriate
dignity and majestic reserve becom?
ing its importance, and natural to
themselves, with which they ap?
proached the subject-the "natural
beauty and simplicity of figure, the
.strength and terseness of statement,
and delicacy, pathos and sentimen?
tality, the concord of swoet sounds
and effectiveness" of their orutory.
On the occasion of ono of the speeches
of Satanta, protesting against re?
moval to tho reservations, a corres?
pondent of the New York Times says
that when he graphically pictured
how ho loved his land, his free life
and his traditions, there was a world
of feeling in his tones, betraying his
knowledge of the vast difference be?
tween the power of the aggressive
palc-fale and his wandering race. A
certain dim foreboding of the In?
dian's fate swept across his mind,
and in its passage lit his eyes up with
a fierce light, as ho exclaimed, "wo
don't want to settle. I love to roam
over the prairie; there I am free and
happy." Whilst tho Indians aro cruel
and vindictive, and always a barrier
in tho progress of civilization, it must
be conceded that in natural gifts of
intellect, they have produced men
who would have won distinction in
Died, at Columbia, on Wednesday, the
8th inst., Mr. J. HENRY MYER, aged
thirty-six years five months and twenty
five days. The deceased was a native of
Germany, and for tho last flfteon or twenty
years a resident of this 8t?te. He was an
honest, upright, industri?la and worthy
citizen. Ho leaves many friends to mourn
his sudden death. C. H.
ON Friday night, a GOLD RING, (some?
what worn,) with a plain space on it,
intended for initials. Tho finder will bo
suitably rewardod by leaving it at this
WANTED, a competopt MILLER, to
take charge of a Mil). A ma? with
a fuaily preferred. Apply at this oflico.
Jan 12 2*
HrlnllKh's (Quern's Delight, for T"t
ter,|Pimples; Blotches, arni Eruptions on
There is in England What is called
"TheiEronautioal Society," o? which
the Duke,o? Argyle is President, and
tiie objeot of which is to promote the
navigation of the air. A circular hoe
just been issued, announcing the
Eur pose 0? the society to hold anei
ibfciou in May hext of machinery
and apparatus relatiug to this sub?
The Petit Journal, of Parid, says
that Iu 1835 t'ue snow was so deep
that only the chimneys appearod
above the surf ace. The letter carriers
would go to a chimney and cry out,
"Does Jean Jacques liv? here?"
"Oui,". "Look out then for a let?
ter," and. down it would come into
The whole number of patents issued
from the Patent Offioo during the
past year is 18,015, being r.n increase
of 3,515 over the number of last year,
which was 9,500. For the week end?
ing on Tuesday, Jnuuary 7, 263
patents will be issued. During the
past week, 400 applications and fifty
caveats were filed.
Tho unfortunate Parisians who
hold Maximilian's Mexican loan hud
a meeting in Paris recently, at which
it was stated that tho total amount
of this loan was $58,283,421 in gold.
Unless France assumes this loan,
which at present it is very unwilling
to do, all this money will be lost.
? Bed ink came near furnishing a
case of spontaneous combustion in
Wisconsin a fow days ago. A pile of
paper printed with it, exposed to no
external heat, became so hot that it
blistered a printer's hand in separat?
ing the sheets.
The State Graud Encampment of
the Grand Army of thc Republic met
in Albany, New York, on Wednesday
evening. Fifty-nine posts were rep?
resented. Gen. Sickles was elected
L??uFe?i's Garden Seeds.
Alarge variety of fresh and reliable
SEEDS, Jost received from that well
known houBO of David Landrcth ?V. Sona.
Wholesale and rotail at
Janl2f21* E. POT.LAR D'S.
ACOPPER STILE, CAP and WORM,
new, and of the be.it manufacture;
capacity 75 gallons. For price, Ac, apply
to R. TOZER.
Jan 12 2
?\(^\ RRLS. FLOUR,
\J\J 150 Sacks Flour; from bent Family
to nood Super.
Jan 12 FISHER ?fe LOWRANCE.
THAT No. 1 warranted DURHAM SMOK?
ING TOBACCO, HO long expected, has
arrived. From 10 to 5UU pounds can bo
supplied. Call add try it, before purchas?
ing, at the Auction Room of
Corner Assembly and Plain streets.
Jan 12 3
At Private Sale-By Jacob Levin.
ARARE CHANCE is now offered for
those who deairo to obtain a home?
stead at Binall cost. Eight CITY LOTS, of
half an acre each, may oe purchased at. a
low price and easy terms, thus offering an
inducement to euch persona whose purse
is not overloaded with dimes to procure a
pleasantly situated home.
Tho above property fronts Gates street
on tho Weat side and Lincoln on tho East,
between Divino and Greon streets, being
the wholo of ?aid square-in tho vicinity
of tho Stato House and Road leading to
Granby. This proporty will bo sold in
wholo if desired. A plat can be eeen at
my oQico and particulars obtained.
Auctioneer and Com'n Merchant,
Corner Assembly and Plain streets.
Jan 12 f
To All Whom It Hay Concern.
FROM and after this date, no order will
bo tilled unless accompanied by tho
caah. We aro grateful to those who favor
US with their custom, and who promptly
met their ongagemonts, but there isa larne
elisa mho buy with tho intention of never
paying, to keep clear of which ire are com?
pelled to adhere strictly to our cash terms,
which, in future, will be strictly enforced to
ad. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
DR. J. C. FABER,
WHO has for many years resided in
Europe, having but recently re?
turned from tho University of Heidelberg,
Germany, on a call to tho Professorship of
Ancient Languages in Furmau University,
at Greenville, S. C., offers, on moderate
terms, his services in several MODERN
LANGUAGES and tho CLASSICS.
Application to be made at tho reiddenco
of Mr. Cox, near the Railroad Depot.
Jan 12 _ _ ml
THREE months after dato, application
will bo mado for a renewal of a CER?
TIFICATE OF STOCK, numbored 1,612,
six shares, and dated Juno ii, 1862; issued
by tho Charlotte and South Carolina Rail?
road Company to Henry A. Young, late of
tho Diatrict of Fairfield.
C. ID. YOUNG,
Jan 12 3* Administratrix.
I. 0. 0. F.-R. W. Grand Encamp?
ment of South Carolina.
ment of Patriarchs of tho Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, of tho State of South
Carolina, will be held at the Odd Fellows'
Hall, in the city of Charleston, on TUES?
DAY, tho 14th inst., at 7 o'clock P. M. The
membors are respectfully notified to at?
tend. P. 8. JACOBS,
Jan 12 1 Grand Scribe. _
Beauty tend health are more to be
prized than the wealth of the Indies.
Without health, what aro all the posses?
sions of world to you with a diseased body
and mind. You cannot enjoy thom, and it
gives you pain not to realize thom. Use
the Queen's Delight and be restored.
W. B. JOHNSTON,
Magistrate and Notary Public,
OFFICE on Assembly street, opposite
the Market. Will attend to all ollieial
business; also, drawing up writings, peti?
tions, Ac, with promptness. Ja:? l
? party of spiritualists, who have
been boring for oil, at Chicago, under
tho direction of a medium, struck
inflammable gus at a depth of 800 feet,
and their well is now spouting flame
which .they cannot extinguish.
Make friends of your creditors if
you can; bnt never make n creditor
of your friend. It only gives him
another excuse for beiug disagreea?
Logan still vainly duns the Ohio
Committee for the $0,000 which he
thinks ho earned making radical
Apeeches for them. Well, attn/ thou
good and faithful'Servant.
When a rogue means to utter a
worse lie than usual, ho generally
prefaces it with, *'To tell you the
Wo hei?r a good den! about the
fruits of intemperance; do they suc?
ceed the "blossoms" on the the nose
which intemperauce produces?
An editor in Gardiner, Maine,
complains that after all the fuss
about getting a new hearse, nobody
wants to ride in it now that it is got.
Divorces and suicides appear to be
more numerous now thou marriages
A popular dish in England-Fenian
broils. A popular dish in Batista
An exchaugo Bays the ladies would
rather faco a mad bull than not have
their dresses gored.
The Augusta street horse railroad
has been opened up for travel.
ON band, ami for sale, STATE BILI?S
RECEIVABLE, for all dues to the
State. THUS. E. GREGG A CO.
THORBURNS GARDEN SEED, in great
variety, at wholesale and retail, of
warranted qualitv. For H.ile liv
Jan ll " E. iV ft. D. HOPE.
6URLS'. Primo Whole CAROLINA RICE,
for sale bv E. A G. D. HOPE.
Washing and Toilet Soaps.
-j AA BOXES of the most improved and
J.UU popular kinds, for sale by the
box, for cash only, at low prices.
.Tan ll _E.^v G. D. HOPE.
Family Hams and Bacon Sides.
5CASKS tlrst quality Sugar-Cured
6 bhds. Prime bacon Sides.
5 tierces Loaf Lard. For salo low, for
cash. E. A G. D. H ?PE.
New Presbyterian Hymn Books.
JUST received, an assortment of the
new Southern PSALMS and HYMN'S,
in plain and fine bindings. For sale at
MeCarter'a Bookstore. R. L. BRYAN.
THAT valuable Planting and Building
LOT, containing four acres- bounded
I by Laurel, Blanding, Huger and Williams
1 streets. Parties desiring a safe and pro?
fitable investment will do well to examine
its location and advantages, and call, be?
fore MONDAY, tho 13th. or.
Jan 10 I). C. PEIXOTTO A SON.
fTHE largo DWELLING HOUSE on
lithe South-east corner of Bull and
??.Senate streets. Apply to
.lan Kt _JOHN S. GREEN.
FLOUR ! FLOUR l l
1 AA 8ACKSEXTRAFAMILY FLOUR,
IUV/ in storo and for sale by
Jan 5 R. O'NEALE A SON.
Sty Liberal discount to dealers.
3AAA EMPTY SACKS.
. VJUU FISHER k LOWRANCE.
Mbfc SEVENTY-FIVE young?.
Kentucky MULES for sale*??
AF?-ZL.IU Logan's Stables. This.?JZJT.
stock will bo sold privately, and if not dis?
posed ol by tho 15th of January, will be
sold at paulie auction on that dav, at the
above named place. Jan 9 C*
Seed and Table Potatoes.
VERY superior PINK EYE,
PEACH BLOW and
Just in se ason for planting, and for salo
by R. BRYCE A SON.
Jan 10 -f(j
ROBERT BRYCE & SON
ARE just re?
able additions to
_ stock of O ROCE-1_
RIES and FAMILY SUPPLIES, among
Northern and Country FLOUR, some
SUOARS and COFFEES, of all qualitios.
Dairy and Cutting CHEESE, superior.
CANDLES and SOAPS in all varieties,
which, together with choice HAMS,
STRIPS, Ac, will be sold at tho loweBt,
prices for cash._Jan? 10 fg
?)pf BBLS. Choice PINK-EYE POTA?
TO TOES, just received and for salo by
Jan 10 3 0. H. BALDWIN APO.
?/\ BBLS. REFINED SU G ARB-all
40 boxes CANDLE8.
30 bags Java and Rio COFFEE.
10 firkins GOSHEN BUTTER.
20 boxes E. D. and Faotory CHEESE.
3 bbls. Honest Cider VINEGAR.
5 hhds. Now Crop MOLASSES.
6 bbls. Macy's COAL OIL-tho safest
and best burning (luid in the market.
With othor large additions of STAPLE
GROCERIES, of standard gradss, to our
stock, just in and for salo bv
C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
tfW With increased facilities, it will bo
our pleasure to DELIVER ALL PUR?
CHASES FREE OF CHARGE, at any placo
in the city. Jan 10 3
An ?ruption of th? skin, of thirty
yen's standing, which defied the skill of
tho* doctors, was cured, in Philadelphia,
by using Hcinitsh's Queen's Delight.
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CASH-PAX TJ?.-From and aft9t
Jauuary 1, 1868, tb? cash system will
bo strictly enforced. Persons who
aro now indebted for subscriptions,
and who wish their papers continued,
will confer a favor bj' paying up at
once. Those who full xri\\ have their
papers discontinued. Cash will also
bo required for all advertisements.
Persous forwarding advertisements
from a ?list.mee, must scud a remit?
tance. Job work cosh on delivery.
Au exchange gives the following
advice to young ladies-although it
will nr.cTrcr for BOUi? who have pass?
ed almost into the "sere and yellow
Don't scream, unless you are
A narrowness of waist shows a nar
nowness of mind.
Practice (ou the piano) mukes per?
Tho lad/ with a cold avoids thc
An? old maid is an odd boot-nc
uso without n fellow.
Tho true test of a inan'd temper is tc
keep him waiting ten minutes for hil
Tho art of economy is, "drawing
in as much as one can." Uufortu
nately, young ladies will apply thii
"drawing in" to their own bodies
wheu they wish to avoid any thin<
like a waist.
Never faint when you aro alone
Always select somo good opportunity
-or young man. The more person
there are about you tho more success
ful will be your lit. lie very careful
therefore, never to risk a faint unies
yon have an object in view. A wo
man should not o.iiy faint well, bu
bo above suspicion. There are case
where even hysterics aro profitable.
The hand that can make u pie is
continual feast to tho husband tba
Dreams are the novels that w
read when we are fast asleep.
Eyes are the electric telegraph c
the heart, that will send a inessag
any distance, in a language onl
knowu to the two souls who correi
LADIES' INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION
At the recent annual meeting of tl
Association, Mrs. D. E. Levy was r
elected President, and Mrs. Dr. Fa
Secretary and Treasurer. Tho fe
lowing ladies constitute a Bourd
Managers: Mrs. John Bryce, Mi
George Howe, Mrs. William Marti
Mrs. John Adger, Mrs. P. J. Shan
Mrs. J. L. Reynolds. Mrs. Will in
Reynolds, Mrs. J. S. Guignard, Mi
McFie, Miss Kate Hampton, Mi
Martha Starke, Mrs. James Woo
rowe, Mrs. W. S. Plumer, Mrs. Thc
doie Starke, Mrs. C. R. Bryce, M
J. Levin, Mrs. L. T. Levin, Mrs.
B. Walker, Mrs. J. A. Kay.
This Association was organized
November, 18G6, sinoo which til
tho following donations have be
received by the Secretary and Tri
Received from Missouri, throu
Governor Orr, $100; Charity Fu
through Mrs. Theodore Stark, SI1
Mrs. John Adger, $10; Dr. Plum
$25; Mrs. Lees, Now York, $1
Ladies' Association, New York, 82
Mrs. Wood, New York, $50; al
Weeks, Baltimore, $50; Relief As
ciatiou, Philadelphia, $100 ; M
Wm. Gregg, Granitcvillo, $20; Sou
ern Relief Association, New Yo
$100; Mrs. Hackett, Philadelpl
$15.25; Delaware, through Gover
Orr, $50; unknown source, throi
Rev. Wm. Martin, $25; Revs, "fl
Martin and Boggs, $70; Mrs. W^
Aiken, $17; Members Associate
$10; stock on hand in store, $681
cash in hand, $300; Mrs. H. Hack
in goods, Baltimore, $75; Lad
Southern Association, Philadelpl
848.00; total, $2,174.70.
By amount paid for work in ng|
f?ate, to November 20, $1,208
caving a balance of $870.80.
Tho Association has thus far i
ceeded beyond their most sangt
expectations, and with a little as:
ance now, they hope to become ?
The Association would tako
opportunity to express their n
grateful acknowledgments to
Wm. Reynolds and family, for
use of a room for several mon
which greatly facilitated their op
tions. They would also tender the
to the benevolent people of
Grange, Missouri, Baltimore, 1
York, Philadelphia, Delaware,
other contributors, for their genei
support. And very especially wc
they thank Mr. J. A. Selby, for
aid in publishing, without nhargo
Since tho above roport was writ
(Novcmbor 20, 18G7,) tho Associa
has received $80, the proceeds ol
address delivered, at our request
Gen. Preston. And we would I
this opportunity of oxprossing r
hely our warmest thanks to C
Preston, for tho aid ho has thus
dered our cause, and our admira
of his eloquent effort.
RELIGIOUS SER viera THIS DAY.
Trinity Church-Rev. P. J. Shaud,
ootor, 10!?'a. m. and 8 p. ni.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. J.
Tenney, 10'.? a. m. and 7 p. m.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J.
O'Connell, 10 a. m. and 3 p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev.
Wm. Martin, 10'.,' a. m. and 3 p. m.
Marion Street Church-Rev. S. II
Browue, 10.? 4 a. m. and 3>? p. m.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A.
R. Rude, 10W a. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. Ti. Rey?
nolds, 10y? a. m. and 3>? p. m.
Christ Church Congregation-Theo?
logical Seminary Chapel-Rev. J. M.
Pringle, 10} ? a. m.
We havo beeu requested to stilt?
that the heating apparatus in the
Baptist Church has been thoroughly
overhauled by Mr. A. Palmer, and in
consequence, the church will be com?
fortably warmed to-day.
MALU ARRANGEMENTS.-Tho post
office open during the week from 8>?
a. m. to 6 p. m. Ou Sundays, from
\Y2 to 2?i p. m.
The Chnrlestou aud Western mails
aro open for delivory at 2 p. m., and
close at 9 a. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
\0% a. m., closes at 1 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery nt 3
p. m., closes at 8 p. m.
NKW AoviiRTiK?MtNTS.-Attention i* oail
t<l u> tho following advert ?sement?, pub?
United '?ii!, inoruing for* Hie llrfc,' Crae:
E. robard-Garden Seeds.
A. It. Phillips-Auction Sale.
It. Tozer-For Sale.
F. W. Green-Sheriffs Sales.
D. B. DeSaus8ure-Commissioner's Sale.
Fisher St Lowrance-Flour.
Dr. J. C. Faber-Mo.Wn Languages.
Lost-Leave It At This Office.
P. S. Jacobs-I. O. O. F.
Grist Mill-Miller Wanted.
C. D. Young-Notice.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
Jacob Levin-At Private Bale, Sic.
J. A- T. B. Agnew-To All Whom, Ac.
D. B. DeSaueeure-Administrator's Sale.
keeps constantly on]
hand an assortment ot!
FURNITURE, such as is usually
wanted in a house, consisting of BED?
STEADS, all kinds; Chairs. Tables, Ward?
robes, Bureaus, Washstands, Safes, Dosks,
Ac. Ho is also prepared to manufacturo
and repair anything in tho Cabinet Mak?
ing line. JEROME FAGAN.
Jan 8_ _
TITHE partnership heretofore existing be
J. tween JAMES CRAWFORD, JOSEPH
TAYLOR St T. J. HARPER, under the
name and stylo of JAMES CRAWFORD St
CO., will bo dissolved, to tako e?ect on the
1st day of FEBRUARY. 1863. Parties
having claims against them wiU pleaao
present tho samo to JAMES CRAWFORD,
at the Store of B. H. Rice, for payment.
The TEAMS, WAGONS and HARNESS,
of the said firm, will be sold at public out?
cry, on the FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRU?
ARY, in front of tho old Court House.
Jan 5 JAMES M. CRAWFORD A CO.
On Both Sides of the Sea,
A STORY of tho time of OLIVER
J\. CROMWELL and CHARLES I; by
the Rohouberg Cotta Family. Price $1.75.
Love in Letters; Edited bj Allan Grant.
The Huguenots, their Settlements, In?
dustries, Ac ; by Samuel Smiles, author of
"Lives of tho Engineers," &o. Price tl. 75.
Stones from Creek Mythology; by Rev.
J. Wood, of Edinburg, lindy illustrated.
Tho Huguenot Family; a novel, by Tyt
ler, and somo new Loudon Novels, 25 and
51) cents each. For sale at
Jan 3 McCARTER'S Bookatore._
ALL parlies indebted to us by NOTE or
ACCOUNT will lind it to their interest
to st e us at once, and beforo the loth iust.
Jan 1 FISHER St LOWRANCE.
The New System
OF CASK BEFORE DELIVERY, IN
ALL CASES, adhered to by
Jan t FISHER St LOWRANCE. _
AQUANTITY of PRINTING PAPER
size 2Sx38-suitable fur a newspaper,
will bo disposed of at a very low rate. Ap?
ply early at f'htenix office. Jan 1
Yarns at Manufacturer's Prices.
COLUMBIA MERCHANTS desiring
COTTON YARNS, in any quantity,
and of any number from No. 5 to No. 20,
can havo them promptly delivered at their
stores by sending their orders through the
Post Office to
CHILDS, JOHNSTON St PALMER,.
Jan 1 12 Proprietors Saluda Factory.
(JREEN VILLE, S. C.
THE Spring Te? m of this in?
stitution will open on tho 15th
of FEBRUARY and closo tho
30th of JUNE.
EXPENSES-IN ADVANCE. -Col?
legiate courses $25 to $5ri, cur?
rency. Proparatory courses, $20 to $82,
currency. Boarding, in private families,
nor month. $15 to $18, enrrency. For cata?
logue, address JOHN F. LANNEA?,
jan 5 21 _Secretary Faculty.
Drags and Medicines, wholesale and
retail, as cheap as any city in the world, at
Fisher & Heinitsh's now store.
Potash, Potash, Potash.
JUST received, one cask CR ?DE POT?
ASH, for making Soap, cheaper and
better than tho condensed Lyo. For salo
by FISHER St HEINITSH,
Dec 27 Druggists.
EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, can got BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ample time
Lee27 MARY A. ELK IN A SON.
Salt, Salt, Salt, Salt.
ri f\f \ SACKS genuino LIVERPOOL
.)V^)\J SALT, fresh from shipboard,
and at a? low frire aa Wilmington Salt ia
sold hi/ other vartiet. For sale by
Dec 12 J. St T. R. AGNEW.