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HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF N. Y.
GEN. F. P. BLAIR, OP MISSOURI.
REPRESENTATIVES IN OONOBE88.
First Congressional District-Harris |
Second Congressional District.-A.
Third Concessional District.-J. P.
mrth Congressional District.-W.
STATE ELECTORAL TICKET.
For Stale at Large-J. P. Thomas,
of Richland; J. D. Kennedy, of Ker?
First Congressio?Ml District-R. F.
Graham, of Marion.
Second Congressional District-B. H.
Rutledge, of Charleston.
Tliird Congressional District-A. C.
Haskell; of Abbeville.
FourtJi Congressional District-E. C.
McLure, of Chester.
Sunday Morning, October 18, 1868.
Dont)Ifni Story-Bud Policy.
According to the Now York Herald,
a gentleman from Alabama, now in
Washington city, states that great
numbers of the more respectable
people in Alabama, Mississippi and
Louisiana, and, ho doubts not, in the
othor Southern States, have long had
under consideration, and have made
preparations for moving, some into
Californio, some to the Northern
States, and others to the Territories,
in the event of General Grant's elec?
tion. He says that they are fully
convinced that if the Republicans are
successful, it will be utterly impossi?
ble for them to live in tho States
where they now reside. We have
heard intimations before of a similar
purpose entertained in another im?
portant State of the South; but it is
not at all likely that such nn idea is
generally entertained. There has
been already a considerable emigra?
tion from some Southern localities,
where tho white population is small
and defenceless, to tho Northern tier
of Southern States, and even to the
North and West. Tho selling ont of
property and removal to a great dis?
tance, ore not often accomplished, in
the best of times, without sacrifice;
but, at tho present prices of property
in tho South, to Bell ont is very near
to giving away. When to this is
added tho surrender of old associa?
tions, and the passing of tho remain?
der of life in exile from the scenes
and friends of early years, it must be
coufessed that it may well bo a ques?
tion with Southam land-owners
whether it is not "better to bear the
ills they have, thau to fly to others
that they know uot of," by emigra?
tion, especially to a distant region
like California, where, as appears
from a late number of the leading
periodical of that Shite, the profes?
sions are all over-crowded, and there
is no prospect of any man improving
his condition, unless he either has
capital, or, by his labor in mechanical
and agricultural employments, can
add to the productivo wealth of tho
State. Where there is either capital
or labor, if the object is to escape
apprehended evils peculiar to the
Southern States, emigrants will find
nil in Maryland that thoy can gain by
roruoval elsewhere. Whilst, as the
Baltimore Sun says, no ono can
rofnse to sympathize with the appre?
hensions which are said to bo prompt?
ing Borne persons in tho South to
think of emigration, it is probable
that those w*ho will most profit by
suck a movement will bo the shrewd
and unscrupulous adventurers whoso
vocation it has become to speculate
npon the miseries and necessities of
the Sonthern people. Too much
caution cannot be exercised in snob
a step as this, so comparatively easy,
perhaps, to take, but so difficult, if
not impossible, to retrace.
That the Southern States, the gar?
den spot of this country, will be per?
manently abandoned by the white
rece, especially in view of the ever
widening river of emigration from
tho old world, is too improbable an
idea to bo seriously disonssod. If
the present proprietors relinquish it,
emigrants from other parts of this
country and from Europe will take
their place?. In any event, the
South is yet to become more pros
perons, populous and powerful than
ever. It is now in a transition state,
and ono which requires to be handled
with groat caution and cirou inspec?
tion, but, at tho same time, with
nervo n.nri ?elf-pcseseic?:. Tho skill
fnl and energotio muriner keeps.Iiis
eye upon the clouds that threaten
storm, bnt does not shorten sail or
obange his course till tho moment
when he becomes convinced that
safety demanda it. It seems to be too
early now for proprietors in the
South to sacrifice great interests-to
leave the ship and go out in the
small boats upon an uncertain ocean.
What if the storm they dread never
comes at all, or tho ship outrides it,
whilst they are tossed about in their
frail vessels and sink at last in un?
Address of the Central Democratic
Club to the Democratic Party ol
FELLOW-CITIZENS: Tho election for
Presidout and vice-President of the
United States' is now closo at hand.
Tho great principles involved in the
contest; tho mngnitudo of tho irjfer
ests at stake, and thc influenco which
this Stnto may hnvo ou tho result,
make this a proper occasion to Inj
before you a brief address.
Tho tendency and purpose of the
radical party; ns manifested iu words
and acts, are tho absorption of thc
liberty of tho individual; tho do
struction of States; tho subversion ol
tho Constitution, and tho orectior
upon the ruins of individual auci
public liberty, a grand, grinding,
consolidated despotism. Already il
hos made rapid strides in that direc
tion. Little, now, is loft for it to d<
but to fuse into one mass, aud thei
crystalizo into permanent form it:
various acquisitions of usurpet
power. Its capricious acts; it
wanton cruelties; its corrupt prac
tices; its enormous burdens you havi
felt and do know. Against these
and more than these, you aro nov
called upon to contiuuo a resoluti
fight with tho peaceful, thougl
potent, weapon of tho ballot. Tb
Democratic party hero and every
where aro striking with you for th
principles of liberty, and the form
of Government to which we hav
been accustomed, for a written Con
8titution, a Federal Union and
distinct existenco of the States.
Surely, then, tho principles of th
contest are important, and tho intei
est gre.'.t. Arouse, therefore, to th
magnitude of tho emergency, an
spare no efforts for success. Who
the timo for registration shall come
let no man fail to appear, and non
fail to voto. Let each ono remembe
that his individual voto may decid
tho election in bis own District, an
that tho doctoral vote of the Stat
may turn tho scalo in favor of th
Our people must not despond. n<
relax their efforts, if thorc should 1
failures elsewhere. On tho contri
ry, they will have reason to hope, an
much to stimulate them to increase
energy, for it is yet possible to wii
State' electious are influenced, an
sometimes controlled by local isac
and it bas often happened that thc
go one way, and in a few weeks ther
after, in the same place, tho Pres
dential elections another. This rmi
bo the caso in tho present canvas
and, indeed, we have reason to bo]
so. Recently wo have received r
ports from all parts of tho Stat
which induce the belief that Soul
Carolina, with proper effort, will 1
carried for Seymour and Blair. L
not tho failure to do so bo ascribe
Tho canvass in which you arc no
engaged, is full of excitement, whit
wiil probably continue and increase
the end. Wo trust, therefore, that
will not bo amiss to drop you a woi
of caution. The criminality of a fei
und perhaps the indiscretion of man
have placed it in tho power of mali
and misrepresentation to injuiv n
and seriously to damage the comm?
canso. Wo urge yon, therefore, n
only to prevent violence, but to a
stain from the appearance of it. V
are dealing with a false and subi
foe-prolilie in inventions and verna
ous in purpose-a foe who fully undi
Rtands tho temporary profit of
nimble lie, which too often acbiev
its end boforo tho truth can evi
buckle on ber armor.
We need not urgo upon you tl
policy and tho duty of treating, wi
great kindness and forboaranoo, tl
colored population of the Sta!
This you have ever dono, and w
continue to do, as long as yon a
permitted. We have no doubt y
will make manifest the untruth of t
malieions charge, that by force y
have compelled their votes or by i
timidation kept them from the pol
Their minds are rapidly opening
the truth that the vagrant white m
from the North, as well as the ron
gado of the South, who live by c
oeiving and plundering them, ai
who httvo been driving them to c
atrnotion, are not true friends, a:
are unworthy of confidence and sn
port. With a fair opportunity th
will return to yon, as their estrene
ment is owing entirely to the fal
teachings and malignant efforts of t
- < .Il.I
Northern emissary.. It cannot be
forgotten that the State voluntarily,
in 1665, invested tba colored popula?
tion with every civil right; and that
ts Dei?omittio party, in Convention
April last, recognized them, under
tho previous action of the State, as
an integral element in the body poli
tic-and expressed. its. willingness,
when in power, to enfranchise them
to the extent whioh the. pnblio weal
ahd their own good might warrant.
The position then taken Dy the Con?
vention, and whioh was announced to
the poople of the State and the coun?
try, is now re-affirmed.
We beg you to remember that the
Democratic party of tho Stato was
not orgnnizod for the purpose merely
of supporting the nominees of the
party, but for higher purposes and
moro enduring ends. It is possible
that our present leaders may bo de?
feated, but our principles will sur?
vive. The liberty of tho individual,
the being and welfaro of States, tho
Constitution of the United States
and a Federal Union under it, are
objects worthy of patience and en?
during efforts. In tho success wo
hope for, onr organization will be
most useful; nnd, in case of defeat,
it will becomo essential. We, there?
fore, desire to impress upon you the
necessity of preserving intact and in
full eucrgy tho admirable organiza?
tions of tho Democratic party of
Chairman Executivo Committee.
J. D. POPE,
J. P. THOMAS,
F. w. MCMASTER,
W. M. SHANNON,
Chairman Auxiliary Committee.
T. S. FARROW.
Tho flood has gradually receded,
aud hundreds of those whose homes
wore inundated are once moro able
to step out upou tho solid earth. It
is almost impossible to estimate the
damago doue, so extensivo was tho
district overflowed, and no one will
ever know tho amount of suffering
and privation endured by thoso who,
though in a great city, were almost
reduced to starvation before succor
could be seut them.
[New Orleans Picayune, 2th.
RELIGION" AND POLITICS.-Tho New
York Herald, of the 15th, says: The
Methodist Conference of Massachu?
setts was in session at Boston yester?
day, and sang tho Doxology, "Praise
God." ?-c, in thankfulness for the
victories of pence aud righteousness.
Tho undersigned, having sohl his entire
interest iu tho Hotel knowu as tho "NIOK
ERSON HOUSE," in Columbia, 8. C.,
would take great pleasuro in recommend?
ing his friends to continue their patronage
to tho new Proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT has had charge of tho
Hotel for mo, for a year past, and will
continue to have the entire management
Of the Hotel, under the new arrangement.
I feel assured that tho House will main?
tain its former reputation as a first-class
Hotel. T. S. NICKERSON.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1, lSGS.
Sept ember IC_
?RT THOMAS T. MOORE,
OFFERS great inducements to his Pa?
tients, and the public, in tho way of
GOOD WORK and VERY MODERATE
PRICES. Teeth extracted without pain,
or any subsequent ill effects, by uso of
Nitrous Oxidier Laughing Gas. Office on
Main street, over Gregg's China store.
THE OPIUM HABIT, and sketches of
Coleridgo, DcQuincy, and other opium
About Woman, Love and Marriage, by
Saunders, author of Salad for the Solitary.
A Strange Story, bv Bulwer. $1.00.
Agassiz's Journey in Brazil, with plates.
Lifo in tho Argentino Republic in the
dava of tho Tvrants, bv Horace Mann.
Barnes on tho Psalms.
Cameos from English History, by Miss
Old Dower House, by Annie Thomas.
And an assortment of new Loudon and
American Books, for children, from 2~>
cents to $1.25. For salo at
-^'t?L BRYAN & MoCARTER'S.
THE undersigned have entered into a
COPARTNERSHIP for tho transaction
of tho GROCERY, H ARDWARE and COM?
MISSION BUSINESS, dating from tho first
Fobruarv, 18G8. Naroo and stylo of the
firm will"bo T. J. & H. M. GIBSON.
T. J. GIBSON.
Oct lljmo_H. M. GIBSON.
Horses and Mules for Sale.
FOUR HORSE8 andl^.
fUrf%.TWO MULES, warrant-"*?
VW?TVd sound and gontio;^.!.^.
AJJUL.suitable for farra or city uso.
They can be Boen at Mr. Robert Jovnor's
?tables. J. B. LAN?EB.
Pot IC_ 8*
TBE STORE at preaont occupied bv Dr.
0. H. Miot. For particulars apply tD
the ftubsoriber. J. ENGLISH.
Pot IS 6*
? 9100 REWARD. 1
THE above reward will be given for the
apprehension of and proof to convict
the incendiary who set fire to Mr. Jamos
Burnside's dwelling on the night of Au?
gust 28th last.
_ Oct 178_H. B. NICHOLS li 00.
New Buckwheat Flour.
5BARRELS BUCKWHEAT FLOUB,
fi barr?la Golden Syrup.
For sale by E. <fc G. D. HOPE.
! Finn.-Oar citizens were aroused
from their quiet slumbers on lost
Sunday night, a few minutes before
12 o'clock, by tba ?l?rm of fire. It
proved to be the smoke-house upon
the premises belonging to the estate
of OoL J. H. Witherspoon. The
flames were cheeked before mach
damage was done. The colored peo?
ple, as usual, rendered efficient ser
The captain of a coasting vessol
reports while off Coos Bay, Oregon,
he encountered smoke so dense that
it obstructed bis progress one day.
About 300 birds fell dead on thedeok
of his vessel. The people of Coos
Bay and vicinity could not account
for the smoke.
THE COTTON CROP.-Letters from
Georgia report that, in consequence
of the destruction caused bj tho
caterpillars and boll-worms, the cot?
ton crop of 186S will not yield more
than half the amount produced in
GENERAL LEE'S POPULARITY.-At
Hoboken, the other day. an orator
spoke "of his remaining in the army
until the surrender of Lee," when the
audience took up the name of Lee,
and loud, enthusiastic, and con?
tinued cheering was giveu.
A colored man has been arrested
and imprisoned, in Augusta, Geor?
gia, charged with perjury, in that he
j swore that he was a resident of the
j city, when he belonged in tho coun?
Despatches from India report that
the civil war in Northern Afghanistan
is at au end. Azcom Shah, who
contested the power of the Emir of
Cabool, having failed to establish his
claims by arms, fled to Bokhara.
A Commercial Convention, favor?
ing among other things direct railway
communication between Norfolk and
the West and South-west, is at pre?
sent holding a session in that city.
Greeley's Ku Klnxes are certainly
at work. A carpet bag factory and a
negro church were burned at New?
ark, N. J., Saturday night.
The two extremists of Ohio, Vallan
dighnm and Ashley, have been de?
feated for Congress.
Buckwheat Flour, &c. j
5BBLS. Frost'? Superior New Hulled
5 firkins Choice Butter,
8 obis. Choice Syrups,
Half and quarter bbl*. Fulton Harket
Half and quarter boxea new Sardines,
10 bbla. White Irish Potatoes.
Received to-dav and for sale by
Oct 18 3 "C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
CUEDITORS of tho estate of C. A. BE?
DELL, decoascd, are requested to pre?
sold their o'lainis, duly attostod; and per?
sons indebted to the catato will please
make payment to Messrs. Melton A Mel?
ton, Attorneys at Law, Columbia, S. C.
E. W. BANCROFT,
Oct 18 3* Administrator.
Master F. Carri's Grand Concert.
WEDNESDA Y EVENING, OCT. 21, '08.
1. Waltz, Schnloff,
Mus. CABRI AND TltOF. KoEPPER
2. DeBeriot's Tine, Air Varie,
MASTER F. CA nm
3. Spirit of Light.Mu. STEVENS
.1. 12o, Fantasie Concertante,
MASTER F. CARRI
5. Norma, Bellini,
MB8SR8. J ANN EY, CARRI ANO JACKSON
fi. DoDeriot's onie, Air Varie,
Mu. C. F. JANNKY
1. DeBeriot's Cine, Air Varie,
MASTER F. CARRI
2. Trio from BoliBario,
MESSRS. JANNEY, CARRI AND JACKSON
3. Rondeau do Chasse, Czerny, MRS. CARRI
-t. Sounds from Home, Gungi,
MESSRS. JANNKY AND CARRI
5. Thou art so Near and yet so Far,
fi. Yankee Doodle, Vieuxtomps,
MASTER F. CARRI
jWPrico of Admission 75c. Children
50c. Colored Fooplo 50c. Tickets for salo
at tho Bookstores and McKenzie's Confec?
tionery. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Com?
mence at 7J precisely. Oct 18
New No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel,
IN KITTS, Quarter, Half and Whole
1O0 boxes No. lund Scaled Horrhigs.
For salo low, hy E. A G. D. IIOi'K.
Oct IC _
MUS. C. E. REED has re?
moved her MILLINERY ES?
TABLISHMENT to her old
stand, on Main street, second
door from E. Pollard's Drue
Store, where she would call
tho attention ot her city and
country friends and custom?
ers to call and see for them?
selves tho linest and cheap?
est stock of MILLINERY ever ollered tn
this city, consisting of Ladies' and Child?
ren's Hats and Bonnots, of all kinds and
all prices. Also, Flowers, Ribbons, Cape,
Lacos, Ruches, Hair Braids, Curls, Water?
falls. Nets, Corsets. Zophyr Worsted, Fan?
cy and Bridal Veils, all of which will be
sold much lowor than anyivhoro clsoin the
city. Everything of tho latest and most
fashionable ?tylo constantly arriving.
NEW RAISINS, &C
Orv PA0KAGE8 New Crop Raisins
OU half and quarter boxea.
1 barrel New Crop Zanto Currants,
GO barr?la and bags Family and Extra
Flour, the samo brand that has horotoforo
given so great satisfaction.
For salo at reduced prices, by
Oct 16 3 0. H. BALDWIN A CO.
A HOUSE, at tho corner nf Laurel
and Barnwell strssts, star tu? Clmr
mim lotto Railroad Depot. Six rooms ?nd
basement, with all necessary ont-build
inga. Apply to Mr. THOMAS GIBSON,
Main street, or J. W. Gordon, Charlotte
Railroad Dopot. Oct ll t
The Oentoal Executive Olaba of
Newberry, Lexington, Richland ?ud
Kershaw Districts aro requested to
send a del?gate each to Columbia, on
the 23d Of October, to nominate a
Solicitor for the Fifth Judicial Cir
Tho Snow King mude his appear?
ance in Now York State, yesterdny,
as announced by telegraph ; and
judging from the sudden change in
the weather here-from almost sum?
mer heat to snapping cold-tho old
gentleman may be looked for in this
HOME AGA?N.-Dr. F.. H. Heinitsb,
yclept "Queen's Delight," returned
homo yesterday, after an absence of
several months-and so materially
? improved in appearance, as to favor
! the idea of his claiming a seat at the
i alderman ie be ard. We aro indebted
to him for lalo New York aud Phila?
FAST AND CHEAP PR?STINO.-We
have just added a fast card press-of
tho Degoner & Weiler patent-to the
machinery of the PItti>ni.<: oftioe; and
have also mede additions to our stock
of fancy type, card?, paper, etc.
Persons in want of any styles of
book and job printing, are invited to
call and examine samples and prices.
Cards printed at shortest notice, and
at prices varying from $3 to $10 pei
RAILROAD ACOIDEDT.-The Green
j ville train did not arrive last nighl
i until S o'clock, having been detainee
I by an accident. When near Burton*!
Tank, the baggage car ran off thc
track, and was completely demolish
ed; three United States soldiers
(who were in charge of the baggage
of a company which was being trans
ferred to Abbeville,) were seriously
injured. Tho wounded mon wert
promptly attended to. The engint
remained on tho track.
THE SOVTH CAROLINIAN.-The ma
terial upon which this oki paper wa
formerly printed, was disposed of a
auction in Charleston, on Friday last
by order of the Court of Bankruptcy
and was purchased by different iu
dividuals, at low rates. We pen tin
paragraph with exceeding regret-i
is really thc obituary of au old friend
For nearly twenty-one years, tho prc
prietor of the Phoenix was connecte
with tho Carolinian-commencing hi
career as an apprentice and carriel
eventually going through every gradt
During that long period, the pape
passed through many vicissitude
anti changed hands repeatedly, br
it regularly made its appearance nut
thc 17th of February, 18G3. It wt
then published spasmodically nut
the spring of 1807, when it final]
gave up the ghost, leaving thc Phc
nix to fulfill its mission. Unsucces
ful efforts have since been made I
revive it, but to no purpose, and i
last tho auctioneer's "going, goinj
gone," gave the death-knell to tl
DEATH OE A COLOIIED LEGISLATO;
B. F. Randolph, a colored prcachc
who claims to represent tho Distri
of Orangeburg in the Legislatur
was on an electioneering tour throng
the up country, and came to his dca'
by violence at Cokesbnry, in Abb
ville District, on Friday afternoo
Randolph passed over tbe Greenvil
Railroad on Wednesday, uud mai
himself obnoxious to many of tl
passengers by his violent expressioi
aud threats, but was not moleste
He delivered an address at Abbevil
Court House tho uoxt day, wo b
Hove. On Friday morning, ho foi
tho cars for Anderson, and on arri
ing at Cokesbury, eutercd tho t
train, deposited bis carpet-bag ai
shawl on a seat, and then retinue
to tho platform, when he was fin
upon by three unknown persons, sh
through tho head aud instaut
killed. Tho body was brought dov
yesterday, in charge of tho expre
messenger, aud will be forwarded
Orangeburg, by this morning's trai
wo presume. This affair ia vegretti
by tho order-loving portion of tl
community, aud every effort wi
doubtless, bo mode to discover tl
murderers. Randolph was a persil
ent advooato of the social eqoali
idea. The country is in a very ?
oitablo condition, and incendiary e
pressions only tend to feed tho flam
Let a moder?te c?urse bo pursued I
We havel received from Mr. T. H.
Crooks, of Newberry, a mess of
turnips, monsters in size-in
the largest would moro than fill a
man's hat. Who oan beat them?
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THU DAY.
Trinity Church-Rev. P. J. Sband,
Rector, 10l,< a. m. and 4 p. m.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J.
O'Connell, Pastor, 10 a. m. and ii
Murion Street Church-Rev. Mr.
Godfrey, 10?? a. m. ; Rev. J. L.
Dixon, 4 p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev.
Wm. Martin, 10>? a. m. and 4 p. m.
j Lutheran Locturo Room-Rev. A.
R. Rude, 10>? a. m.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Boggs, i()'._, a. m. and -? p. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Rey?
nolds, 10>? a. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special at
teution is called to tho following ad?
vertisements, published for the first
time this morning:
Jacob Levin-Auction Sale.
C. H. Baldwin & Co-Buckwheat.
E. W. Bancroft-Adm's Notice.
E. H. Allen & Co-Agricultural.
O. Ditson A: Co-New Method.
S. S. Scranton & Co-Wanted.
J. B. Burr <fc Co-Book Agents.
Jones Bros. & Co-Agents Wanted.
E. B. Treat & Co-Wanted.
D. Appleton & Co-Waverley.
Dr. T. ll. Abbott-Tobacco.
W. Fox-This Is No Humbug.
J. T. Monroe & Co-Watches.
Broughton Ar Wyman-Wanted.
National Publishing Co-Agent?.
J. E. Potter & Co-Wanted.
Goodspeed & Co.'s Fouutain Pens.
$2,000 a Year and Expenses.
S200 Per Month, Sure.
$250 Per Month Guaranteed.
31,200 a Year to Agents.
H. D. Hamilton & Co-Wnuted.
To Good Trusty Agents.
A. J. Pullman-810 a Day.
R. M. Kennedy-A Watch Free.
Star Agricultural Works.
H. S. Smith & Co-Ague.
Mrs. M. C. L-Deafness.
R. C. Shiver-Goods Dowu.
"BEE STORE"-IT IS LIKE THE BEE
STORE.-C. F. Jackson surely has a
run of trade; his place is crowded
each day, and his assistants are as
busy as bees.
^ . ? -
Where there is so much smoke
there must be some fire; approp>os,
whilo so many buyers are rushing to
Shiver, there must be pretty and
NEW YORK, July 1, 18G8.
DEAR Sm: lu your paper of last
week, yon or one of your corres?
pondents says that Dr. Diake is not
tho originator of the celebrated
PLANTATION BITTERS, and that they
woro manufactured and sold by one
Pedro Martelle, an old Spaniard, in
tho Island of St. Thomas, over forty
years ago, as every old sea captain
can testify. Now, sir, I can certify
to the above as being true, for I have
followed the seo for over forty years, ?
most of the time doing business with
tho West Indies. These samo Bitters,
differently put np and named, were
brought to my notice on my first trip
to the Island of St. Croix, for a cargo
of rum, and for years and years after,
my ship's stores were never without
them. I always supplied my family
and many of my neighbors wira
them, and eau truly say a better
Bitters aud Tonic, is not made in all
the world. Yours truly,
Capt. HENRY WENTZ.
MAGNOLIA WATER-Superior to the
best imported German Cologne, and
sold at half the price. f3jl
C1ALL at C. F. JACKSON'S, and look at
J the now style of DP.KSS SKIRTS.
OF overv ut vie and price, now oponed
at e.'F. JACKSON'S, from 2:1 cents
to f2 a yard. _October 17
BUTTON'S, Ribbons, Velvets, Silks,
Braids, Gloves, Hosiory, at
( ?ctobor 17 _F. JACKSON'S.
A Ne+7 Lot
OF EDGINGS, Insertings and Infant's
Waists, at every prioe and quality, at
October 17_C. F. JAOK80NU
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COLUMBIA, October 15,18C3.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
at this Department, until MONDAY,
tho 2d day of November next, Inclusive,
lot furnishing materials and repairing the
roof of the State Capitol, and for clos?
ing and securing the doora and windows,
10 as to provent further injury and de?
terioration ot the building. Tue proposals
Krill state the timo required lor tho execu?
tion of the work, and the names of sure?
ties for tho prompt and faithful execution
.,' th? contract.
Oot 16 t3 R. K. SCOTT, Governor.
^Charleston Oburler oony _
20 Barrels Apples,
FOR sale by FISHER * LOWRANCE.