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Friday Morning. November 13.1868.
The Testimony o? Figures-Dewocra
tlo Strength Developed tn the R?
We have already referred to the
vast power dovolopod by the Demo?
cracy of tho country in tho recent
election. Some aro disposed to think
that we met with an overwhelming
defeat. Let the figures we append
copied from tho Now York World
show thc strength of the Democracy.
Our freaders can construe these'
figures (or themselves! They are all
accurate, excepting that, in our judg?
ment, the number of citizens dis?
franchised is tco high; but taking off
200,000, tho result will still show a
popular majority,of 251,037 in favor
of Seymour. It will be seen, also,
that up to the present time, the re?
turns show a Democratio gain of
thirty-four members of tho House of
Tho popular voto in tho Northern
States in 1864 was as follows: McClel?
lan, 1,811,754; Linooln, 2,223,035.
In 1868, the same States polled for
Seymour, 2,235,920; Grant, 2,517,
000. The seven Southern States that
voted in 1868 and not in 1864 polled
for Seymour, 447;976; Grant 435,
539. 'To the estimated voto of these
States, should bo added that of tho
three States which, by the unwarrant?
able action of tho present Congress,
have boen excluded from participa?
tion in the Presidential election of
1868, namely: Mississippi, Texa-a and
Virginia-Seymour, 324,876; Grant
149,877. Nor is this ?ll. There are
in twelve States over hali a million of,
citizens whom the radicals have dis?
franchised fer partisan purposes.:
They aro thus distributed, and in?
clude those who aro partially or whol?
ly disfranchised by congressional or
State legislation: Alabama, 47,976;
Arkansas, 88,600; Georgia, 36,820;
Louisiana, 81,648; Missouri, 95,000;
Mississippi, 32,830; North Carolina,
28,306; South Carolina, 18,000; Ten?
nessee, 114,867; Texas, 24,351; Vir?
ginia. 57,883; West Virginia, 20,000.
Total, 545,281. Grouping these
figures together, the result is as fol?
VOTES FOB SEYMOUR-States votiug
in 1864. 2,235,920; States voting in
1868, not in 1864, 447,976; States not
voting in 1868, 324,876; Disfranchised
Democrats, 545,281. Total 3,554,053.
VOTES F?B GRANT-States voting
in 1804, 2,517,000; States voting in !
1868, hot in 1864, 435,539; States not
votitig in 1868, 149,877. Total 3,
102,416. Majority for Seymour,
Ou a fair vote the Electoral College
wonld have stood thus:
FOB SEYMOUR-Alabama, 8; Ar?
kansas, 5; Delaware, 3; Florida, 3;
Georgia, 9; Kentucky, ll; Louisi?
ana, 7; Maryland, 7; Mississippi, 7;
Missouri, ll; New Jersey, 7; New
York, 33; North CaroUna, 9; Oregon,
3; South Carolina, 6; Tennessee, 10;
Texas, 6; Virginia, 10; West Vir-1
FOB GRANT-California, 5; Con?
necticut, 6; Illinois, 16; Indiana, 13;
Iowa, 8; Kansas, 3; Maine, 7; Mas?
sachusetts, 12; Michigan, 8; Minne?
sota, 4; Nebraska, 3; Nevada, 3;
New Hampshire*, 5; Ohio, 21; Penn?
sylvania, 26; Rhode Island, 4; Ver?
mont, 5; Wisconsin, 8.
Total electoral votes for Seymour,
160; for Grant, 157; Seymour's ma?
There have been Democratic gains
in the following States: Arkansas, 2;
Georgia, 4; Illinois, 1; Indiana, 1;
Louisiana, 4; Maryland, 1; Minneso?
ta, 1; Missouri, 3; New Jersey, 1;
Now York, 3; North Carolina, 4;
Ohio, 3; Ponnsylvauia, 2; South Ca?
rolina, 2; Tennessee, 2. Total 34.
No returns have been received from
Alabama, Oregon, nud West Virgi?
nia; Florida votes Novomber 23, and
tho congressional elections in Con?
necticut arfd New Hampshire have
also yot to occur. So far, the returns
and estimates givo the Democrats 84
and the Republicans 119 in tho next
House. The probabilities are that
Che Republicans will have from 15 to
18 less than a two-third's.
TUB EJECTION IN CHARLESTON.
Thc following is the result of thc
election for municipal officers in
Charleston-the entire Republican
ticket. Notice has been given of a
protest, ou tho grounds of fraud, in?
timidation and carelessness:
Aldermen-J. D. Oedings, J. F.
Green, W. McKinlay, E. W. M.
Mackey, Robert Howard, Sr., D.
Barrow, T. J. Mackey, Ii. T. Potter,
Richard Holloway, 0. Voigt, G. I.
Cunningham, R. Hampton, L. F.
Waul, P. Thorn, Malcolm Brown,
M. H. Collins, E. P. Waul, T. Small.
Tho Captain of tho Golden Horn,
of tho Charleston and Liverpool
steamship line, on Wednesday gave a
dinner on board his ship to a number
of prominent merchants, gentlemen
of tho press, otc., who enjoyed a
Idoasant re-nnion, and for a few
tours forgot tho dark cloud that low?
ers over that unfortunate city.
AddroM to Ut* Diwoeratla F?cty off
Hon tit Carol! net.
FBM^ow-OrrrzBNs: Tho S tato Con?
tra] Club, deca? it proper to make the
?iose of the late canvass tho occasion
of a brief address.
First, we doairo most heartily to
congrat?late the party upon tho
general result of the canvass in this
State. The South Carolina Demo?
cracy has proved itself an eminently
progressive and growing party. Or?
ganized in April last, in spite of the
heavy numerical odds against it, it
has steadily advanced, and in every
election augmented its power until in
the canvass just closed, it fell only a
little short of carrying the State for
its national nominees. A Democratic
gain of moro than 30,000 over tho vote
given in tho State election of April
last, means victory in tho futuro und
not failure. Nor should we fail to
credit the National Democracy with
its achievement in tho lato canvass,
or be unmindful of tho vast power it
has developed even in defeat. Tho
twenty-five Northern and "Western
States that entered into tho Presi?
den tial canvass in 1864, gave to
McClellan a popular vote of 1,811,
754, and to Lincoln 2,223,035. Tho
same States, it is estimated, have, in
18G8, given to Seymour a popular vote
of 2,235,920, and to Grant 2,517,000.
Thus showing, first, an increase in
tho Democratic voto of 718,131, and
secondly, that in a popular vote of
?4,752,920, Grant has a majority over
Seymour of but 281,080, and tuts ex?
clusive of thc voles ir? lite late Confede?
rate States. Including the States
voting in 1SGS and not in .1864, and
tho States oxoluded from voting in
1868, and including, also, citizens
disfranchised by congressional ant
State legislation in Missouri and thc
lato Confederate States, the result ii
that Seymour reooived a majority ol
several hundred thousands on th?
In tho second place, we desire ti
impress upon tho Democratic partj
in this State, the importance of pre
serving, in all its efficiency, its pro
sent admirable organization, to th?
end that under the laws of the Stab
and the United States, and in full re
cognition of the just obligations o
good citizenship, tho party may gra
dually increase Ls numbers and influ
once, until its principles aud . policy
shall commend themselves to tho frc
and unbiased approval of a control
ing majority of the voters of th
Thirdly. The more effeotually t
keep up the Democratio Clubs of th
several Districts, aud in order f urthe
to recognize fully all the iudustrif
elements that are essential to th
prosperity of the State, we earnestl
recommend that features lookiug t
tho subjects of immigration, agricu
ture, manufactures and education b
engrafted upon each dub, so that a
organized and systematic effort ma
bo at once made to add to our popuh
tion, to promote the industries of tl
State and to advanco the cause of p<
pillar intelligence. And in order I
carry out those auxiliary foatures 1
bo attached to tho Democratio Clul
throughout the State and to devise
uniform plan of action, wo rcspoc
fully recommend a meeting of tl
Stute Central Club at this place c
tho 20th of January, 1869, at 7 P. a
Fellow-citizens, wo address you i
thc spirit of hopo and faith. God i
His provideooo has seen fit to dei:
to ns the triumph which wo deemc
essential to tho welfare of tho Stat
If wo cannot win, lot us seek to d
servo success. To tho manhood
the State do we appeal. Let tl
Democratic party of South Curolii
romain n power and au influence
the State. Keep your ranks und
vided. Adhere to your political pri
ciples until bettor ones invite you :
their adoption. From failure gath
wisdom ; out of defeat get patience at
resolution. Preserviug your fidel
to the eclectio principles of yo
party, go bravely and earnestly
work in the field of material develo
ment. Thus building np the Stu
upon tho basis of labor, and sn
rounding our political creeds wi
tho Bolid muniments of wealth, i
telligenco and virtue, wo will redee
our broken fortunes, heal our blee
ing wounds, and ero long scoure t
peaceful triumph of those wise ai
virtuous elementa essential to the di
nity of the Stato and tho prosperi
of the people.
By order of the Central Club of t
Democratic party of South Carolit
WADE HAMPTON, President.
J. G. GIBBKH, Secretary.
[Democratio pnpnrs in thc HI,
ZZ% ST. ?. A. AXiUUSUK. OX HOnlO
;:N. C., to MUs ALICE G. SILL, only
bter of Dr. E. Sill, of Columbia, 8. 0.
P.. W. GIBBES HAS REMOVED
I " to bia now rosidonco and office-cor?
ner of Plain and Sumter streets, and next
door to office of Drs. Reynolds, Dentists.
Nov 13 Imo_
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLE IMTOBTEB or THE
ScntKD?M AROMATIC Sc a N Arra,
22 BKAVSB BTBEBT, NEW YOBK, Nov. 3, 'C8.
To Hie People of the Soutliern States.
Vi'k'n the puro - medicinal restorative,
now so widoly known as WOLFE'S SCHIE?
DAM SCHNAPPS, was introduced into tbo
world, uudor tho endorsement of 4,000
leading mcmbors of thq medical profes?
sion, aomo twonty years ago, its proprie?
tor was woll awaro that it could not wholly
oscapo the penalty attached to all new and
useful preparations. Ho, thorcforo, en?
deavored to invest it with tho strongost
possiblo safeguard against couutorfoitors,
and to rondor all attempts to pirutc it dif?
ficult and dangerous. It was submitted
to distinguished chemists for analysis, and
pronounced by thom tho pnrcst spirit ever
manufactured. Its purity and properties
having boen thus ascertained, samples of?
tho articlo woro forwarded to 10,000 physi?
cians, including all thc leading practition?
ers in tho United 8tatcs, for purposes of
experiment. A circular, requesting a trial
of tho proparation and a report of tho ro
sull, accompanied each specimen. 4,000
of tho most eminent medical men in thc
Union promptly responded. Thoir opinions
of the articlo woro unanimously favorable.
Such a proparation, they said, had long
beon wanted by tho profession, as no reb?
aneo oould bo placed on the ordinary
liquors of commerce; all of which wore
moro or less adulterated, and, therefore,
unfit for mcdioal purposes. Tho peculiar
excellenco and strength of the oil of juni?
per, which formed one of tho principal in?
gredients of tho Schnapps, together with
an unalloyed character of the alcoholic
clement, give it, in tho ostimation of tho
faculty, a marked superiority ovor ovcry
other difTusivo stimulant as a diuretic,
tonic and restorative.
Those satisfactory credentials from pro?
fessional men of tho highest rank woro
published in a condensed form, and en?
closed with each bottle ot tho Schnapps,
as ono of tho guarantees of ita genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent was obtained
for tho article, tho label was copyrighted,
e. fae simile at tho proprietor's autograph
signature was attached to euch label and
cover, his name and that of thc propara?
tion woro embossed on the bottles, and the
corks woro sealed with hie private seal.
No articlo had over been sold in thia coun?
try under tho uaino of Schnapp? prior to
thc introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps, in 1851; and tho label was
deposited, as his trade mark, in the United
States District Court for thu Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might.bo supposed, by persona unac?
quainted with tho daring character of the
pirates who prey upon tho reputation of
honorable merchants, by veuduig delete?
rious trash under their name, that tho
protections so carefully thrown around
those Schnapps would havo precludod tho
introductions and salo of counterfeits.
They seem, however, only to havo stimu?
lated tho rapacity of impostora. Tho trade
mark of the proprietor has been stolon;
tho ondorsemont which his Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps alone received from
tho medical profession has boen claimed
by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles have boen imitate.!, bia advertise?
ments paraphrased, his circulara copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailors,
aftor disposing of the genuino contents of
his bottles, havo tilled them np with com?
mon gin, tho most deleterious of aU
liquors, and thus mado his name and
brand a cover for poison.
Tho public, thc medical profession aud
tho sick, for whom the Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps is proscribed aa a remody, are
equally interested with tho proprietor in j
tho dotcction and suppression of these nc-!
farious practices. Tho genuiuo articlo,
manufactured at tho establishment of thu
undersigned, in Schiedam, Holland, is dis?
tilled from a barloy of tho linest quality,
and llavored with an essential extract ?f
tho berry uf tho Italian juniper, of une?
qualled purity. Ry a process unknown in
tho preparation of any other liquor, it is
freed from every acrimonious and corro?
Complaints have been received from tho
leading physicians and families in the
Southern ?States, of tho salo of cheap imi?
tations of thc Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps in those market?; and travelers,
who are in the habit of using it aa an anti?
dote to tho harmful influencio of uuwholo
aomo river water, testify that cheap gin,
put up in Schiedam bottles, is frequently
palmed off upon the unwary. Tho agents
of tho undersigned have been requested to
instituto inquirios on the subject, and to
fut ward to hun tho names of such parties
as they may ascertain to bo ongaged in
thc atrocious system of deception. In
conclusion, tho "undersigned would s-iy
that he has produced, from under the
banda of tho most distinguished men ot
seieuco in America, proofs unanswerable
of tho purity and medicinal excellence of
tho Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps; that he
has expended many thousand dollars in
surrounding it with guarantees and safe?
guards, which ho dosigncd should protect
tho public and himself against fraudulent
imitations; that ho has shown it to be the
only liquor in thu world that can bc uni?
formly depended upon as unadulterated;
that ho has challenged investigation,
analysis, comparison, and oxporiracnt in
all its forms; and from overy ordeal tho
proparation which boara his name, soal
and trade mark, has como off triumphant.
He, thoroton), feels it a duty he owes to his
fellow-oitizens generally, to tho mcdioal
profession and tho sick, to denounce and
expose tho Charlatans who counterfeit
thean evidences of identity, and he calls
upon tho proas and the public to aid him
in his efforts to remedy so great an evil.
The following lettons and certificates,
from tho leading physicians and ohomlsts
of this city, will prove to the reader that
all goods sold by the undersigned are all
they aro represented to bo.
I feel bound lo say. that I regard your
.knapps as being, in every respeet, pre
o min en tl y par?, ?nd deserving of medical
patronage. At ?ll evente, it ie tho pureat
pOMiblo article of Holland Gin, heretofore
unobtainable; and, as such, may be safely
proscribed by phy aicians.
DAVID L. MOTT,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, Nemfork.
23 Pune ?TBEET, NEW-?OBK,
November 21, 1807.
Udalpho Wolfe, Seq., Preterit.
] DEAR SIB: I have made a chemical ex?
amination of a snmplo of your Schiedam
Schnapps, with tho intent of determining
if. any foreign or injurious substance had
been added to tho simple distilled spirits.
Tbo examination has resulted in the
ponclnsion that tho sample contained no
poisonous, or harmful admixture. I have
been unable to discover any trace of tho
deleterious substances which are employed
in tho adulteration of liquors. I would
not hositato to use myself, or to recom?
mend to other.-', for modicinal purposes,
thc Schiedam Schnapps as an excellent
and unobjectionable variety of gin. Vor;
(feigned,) ' CHARLES A. SE ELY,
NEW YORK, 53 CEDAR STREET,
Novomhor 2C, 1807.
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq., Present.
DEAR SIR: I havo submitted to chcruica
analysis two bottles of Schiodam Schnapps
which I took from a fresh packago in youl
bonded warehouse, and find, as bet?re
that tho spirituous liquor is freo from in
jurions ingredients or falsification; that i
has the marks of being aged and not re
contly prepared hy mechanical admixtun
of alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. F. MAY Ell, Cbomist.
NEW YORK, Tuesdav, May L
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq.
DEAR SIR: Tho want of pure Wines am
Liquors, for medicinal purposes, has boei
long felt by tho profession, and thousand
of lives have boen sacrilicod by the use o
adulterated articles. Delirium tremens
and other diseases of the brain and nerves
so rifo in this country, aro very raro ii
Europe; ojving, in a great degroo, to th
difference in thc purity or tho spirits sold
Wo havo tested thc several articloa im
ported and sold hy you, including you
Oin, which you sell under tho uamu of Art
matio Schiedam Schnapps, which wo cou
sider justly entitled to tho high roputatio:
it has acquired in this country; and, fror
your long csperiouco as a foreign impoi
ter, your Bottled Wiues and Liquor
should meet with tho same demand.
Wc would recommend you to appoin
some of the respectable apothecaries i
different parts of tho city as agents for th
sale of your Brandies and Winos, whet
tho profession can obtain tho same who
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you succoss in vour new entci
?iriso, we romain vour obodient sorvants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor <
Snrg< rv, Univcrsitv Medical College, No
J. M. CARNOCnAN, M. D., Professor?
Clinical Surgery, 8urgeon-in-Chief to tl
State Hospital', etc., No. 14 East l?t
LEWIS A. SAYRE. M. D., No. 795 Bloat
H. P. DE WEES. M. D., No. 791 Broa(
JOSEPH WORSTER, M. 1)., Nu. 1!
NELSON S l'EELE, M. H., No. :V7 Bleed
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., No. 230 Fuurl
ll. I. RAPHAEL, M. D., Professor of tl
Principles and Practice of Surgery. Ne
York Medical CoUogo, etc., No. Ol Ninl
street, and others.
The proprietor also offers for sale
Bottled Wines and Liquors,
Imported and bottled hy himself, express
for modicinal usc Each bottle has li
certificate of its purity.
Nov 123mo _UDOLPHO WOLFE.
FOR family uso. No method is so cbc
as this method, to make your o\
Soap. Oue pound of Potash at IO cent
will, with turee or four pounds of fi
make all the soap you use. Try it a
buy the 8oap Potash at 10 cents a pour
For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
Nov 18f Druggists
COOKE'S Now Novel-Mobun, or t
Last Days of Leo and his Palladium
Final Memoirs of a Staff Olhcer, servi
in Virginia, in some sorta Sequel to St
rev of Eagle's Nest, $2.25.
New supplv of Surrev of Eagle's Ne
Last Days of a King, an Historical 1
manco, translated from tho German,
Callamura, a Thrilling Romance, by .
Chambers'Miscellaneous Questions w
Answers, $1 25.
Who is lie? An Appeal to those who :
gard with anv doubt the name of Jesus
At DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
Nov 1.1 Bookstore
T" HAYE recently opened a new sl<
I (next to E. Stenhou.io) where I will
found, at all times, ready to attend to ai
thing in my lino, such as repairing a
making to order all kiuns or PISTO!
GUNS, LOCKS, Ac, and will give parti
lar attention to repairing SEWING n
CHINES, IRON SAFES, Ac. Patron!
Nov 12 F. A. SCHNEIDET
A Fino Lot of Fresh
MOUNTAIN BUTTER received I
dav, and for sale low by
Nov U G. W. PARK El:. Agent
A Lot of
171 RES H LEMONS just to hand, and
1 salo by" G. W. PARKER,
Nov ll , Agonl
New Buckwheat Flour.
JUST received and for salo hv
Nov ll G. W. PARKER. Agetl
FINE Northern IRISH POTATOES,
Nov 10 FISHER fe LO WRAN Cl
What Dry Goods
g TO RE GIVES THE MOST FOR YO
MONEY? C. V. JACKSOl
Nov 8 _J_
BY a young lady, a situation ae TEA?
ER, either in a private family c
eohool. Sho is competent to teach Mu
tho English branches usually taughi
schools, and tho rudiments ot French
Latin. Sho can como well recomment
Address, stating terms. J. E. A.,
Nov io 4 St. S?auhow'e, B. <
Heroful?, or King's Kvll.is oure<
nsing Helrdt ab's Queen's Delight.
. 1 1 i
We hare been requested to state
that the Republicans of this County
will participate ina torch light pro?
cession this evening, at eight o'olook.
The procession will meet nt Wyman
Lodge, at that honr.
RELEASE OF COI,. AIKEN.-Col. D.
Wyatt Aiken, who was arrested and
brought to Columbia! several days
ago, oharged with being accessory to
tho murder of.Randolph, was brought
before Judge Boozer, and after a
bearing, Col. Aiken was released on
$5,000 bail, and yesterday departed
for his homo in Abbovillo County.
THE ADDRESS OF THE STATE CEN?
TRAL CiiUR.-Wo call attention to
this address, which we publish this
morning. Wo hope that its wise
recommendations will bo heeded and
its sanguine spirit participated in by
our people. Our readers will observe
that tho numerical statements con?
tained in the address arc substanti?
ated by the figures which we else?
We have received from tho old es?
tablished house of John G. Sibley Sc
Co., Norfolk, Va., a keg of very fine
oysters- a samplo of what they fur?
nish their customers. These gentle?
men dealt extensively in Columbia
before the war, and are desirous of
renewiug their business relations.
These oysters aro ?securely packed in
kegs, and being surrounded with ice,
cnn be transported hundreds ol
THE INDIAN SUMMER.-Thc follow?
ing lines, by Mrs. Kenerson, will be
all the more appreciated from tho
fact that wo have just passed that
most delightful seasou of tho year:
'Tis the saddest-'tis the sweetest,
'Tis tho loveliest of the year;
The time of summer's last sad smile,
Ero she's laid upon her bier.
Methought she hud departed,
With nil her radiance wild;
Gone, strauger lands to gladden
With her balmy airs and mild.
But no! ah, still she tarrieth,
She sinileth once again;
And from the foreste ecbocth
A low, sad, mournful strain.
Sweet songs of rich, glad melody,
Hath she been singing long;
And now, with strangely warning
Sho chants her own death-song.
Gray hill, and bleak, wild mountain
Woodland, and glen and vale;
ReBoundeth with the requiem,
The solemn, dirge-like wail;
AU georgcou8 in her winding sheet,
Green, golden-hued and red;
O'er which a shadowy dimness reigns
As o'er the features of the dead.
Her voice like the seer's, now sound
In her sorrowful parting lay;
And methinks it loudly speakcth
Of the coming of decoy.
It tolls thut the lovely fadeth,
That the beautiful lasts not long:
Such to me the burdon seemeth,
Of tho dying summer's song.
F?UJBUSTERlN? X'OR Cdt A.-Au Ul
ticlo in the New York Sunday Neics
states that a grand scheme is on foo
in that city, among a band of Amcri
caus, for tho capture aud conquest c
the Queen of tho Antilles. Accord
ing to this report, 2,500 men of pluc
and spirit aro all that are required t
accomplish thia undertaking. Thea
acquisitive gentlemen, howcvei
j should remember that there are sevi
ral little obstados in tho way of thei
success. Primarily, our Govcrnmer
is in most harmonious relations wit
the new Spanish Government an
people, and thc President would fe
it incumbent upon him to supprei
all such unlawful raids upon a f rient
ly power. In addition to that, tl
job would bo found a difficult jue, i
ono against tho Spanish forces then
selves, especially as the now prov
sional government at Madrid is sein
ing out new armaments to keep tl
over-faithful islo in order.
FAST AND CHEAP PRINTING.-\N
have just added a fast card press-i
the Degener Sc Weiler patent-to tl
machinery of tho Phonitv office; an
have also made additions to our sto(
of fancy type, cards, papor, et
Persona in waut of any styles i
book and job printing, oro invited i
call and examine snmples and price
Cards printed at shortest notice, ar
at prices varying from $3 to $10 p
'.Bev. U. H. Cain," tho oolor<
preacher and Senator from Charle
ton. is oharged by Repr?sent?t!
Jenks with being bought over t
tho "Citi?agg' " party. This, Oa
denies, but declares that Jenks offen
him $1,000 to snpport Mr. J. f
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post
office opon during the week from %%
fi. m. to 0 p. m. On Sundays, from
4 to (ji p. m.
, The Oharlestou and Western maila
aro open for dolivory at 5 p. m., and
close at ?y2 p. m. Charleston night
mail open 8>? a. m., close 4M p. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
8).< a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Groenville-Open for delivery 5
p. m., closes at 8},< p. m.
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tention is called to tho following ad?
vertisements, published for the .first
time this morning:
New Books-Duffie & Chapman.
Cheap Soap-Fisher & Hoinilsh.
Removal-Dr. It. W. Gibbes.
Sundries at Auction-Jacob Levin.
ENDURANCE.-It is astonishing what
tho human frame can endure. The
numerous assistante that C. F. Jack?
son has in his complete establishment
aro as fresh from for to-morrow's
work as they would bo after a long
rest. Try them.
PROGRESS.-Columbus sailed to tho
American coast in a four hundred ton
ship, and first landed upon the island ,
of St. Domingo. Last week a vessel
from St. Domingo unloaded in New
York over four hundred tons of St.
Croix Rum for P. H. Drake & Co.,
of that city. This is but a few weeks'
supply of this article, which these
gentlemen uso in the manufacture of
the celebrated PLANTATION BITTERS.
Wo ure informed by an exchange that
Messrs. Drake & Co. have not ndyoT1
tised a dollar for a year, but that tho
sales of this article eontinue at the
former enormous figure. In 186?,
the receipts of the PLANTATION BIT?
TERS were equal to those of tho New
York ?fc Now Haven Railroad.
MAGNOLIA WATER-Superior to the/
best imported German Cologne, and'
sold at half the price. N6ilt3
~ "NICEERS?N HaUSE,"
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
First Class Hotel, - - $3 Per Say.
WILLIAM A. WRIGHT
HAYING assumed the ma ?
nagement of this HOUSE,
respectfully solicits a sharo
lof public patronage.
EUEE O MN IB US to and from (lie Botel.
Nov 10 Imo_
PLAIN COLD RINGS.
SF'-LING LOW AT
Nov Sign of thc Green Specks, ll
PURE und gord, for sale by ,
Nov G FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Notice to Creditors of A. W. Thomp ?
PERSONS having demands against tho
catato of A. Wt THOMPSON, de?
ceased, either as principal or surety, aro
hereby no ti lied to present their claims,
properly attested, to tho undersigned,
within sixty days from date; and those in?
debted are requested to make payment
without delav. W. T. THOMPSON,
H. L. GOSS.
UNION, S. C.. October 27, 18C3.
Nov 1 timo
Gin, Ac . Au.
For sale low by
Nov li FISHER A LOWRANCE.
rTIHE REST ASSORTMENT OF DRY
GOODS1 C> P' JACKSON.
Pure Leaf Lard
FOR sale hy
Nov fi_FISHER A LOWRANCE.
C. F. JACKSON.
Smoked Beef and Breakfast Bacon.
0/\/\ LBS. Choico SMOKED BEEP.
OULF 1.000 lbs. P'oakfast Bacon Stripe
For salo by E. A G. D. HOPE.
JUST received, a supply Of PISTOLS,
from tho most celebrated tn&e&r,
?lao, Cartridges. Powder, Shot, Load, Pet
euiaion Cap?, Gnu Wads, Powder Flasks,
Shot Bolts and Shot Pooches, for sale at
low figures for cash by
Nov 5 J. A T. R. AGNEW.