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Saturday Horning, HOY. M. li
lie polia in New York were Booxce
ly closed on Tuesday evening, and j
tho "peace" candidato of radicalism
elected by the so-called "popular
voioe," when the New York Sun,
flushed with viotory, straightway dis?
closes its sanguinary proclivities in
on articlo characterized by a dogreo
of inconsistency of which we had
not supposed it o?pnble. Freedom
of speech, it seems, ?B not to be tole?
rated, according to the programme
of this metropolitan luminary, and
tho "ex-rebels of tho school of
Hampton, Forrest, Wise, Sommes"
and Toombs, aro to be tried by court
martial, or by criminal tribunals for
treason; rind, if convicted, banished
from the country or pat to death, if
they continue their assaults upon a
Government which has magnani?
mously spared their lives, and shall
not instantly rofrain from stimulat?
ing arson and murder and cognate'|
It will bd obsorvcd, says tho Peters?
burg Express, that 'while the distin?
guished Southerners themselves are
not directly charged with the commis?
sion oi arson, murder and rape, yet'
ex^rcbela of their sclioolare; and they
aro stigmatized as thc authors or
cause of thc fiendish brimes which
?rcrecklessly charged to "ex-rebols"
of J 'their school."
.<By a like disingenuous course, and
characterized by tho same vindictive?
ness and thug-like spirit, all the
"arson, murder and cognate crimes,'
including that devilish one of rape,
which have been committed in vari?
ons portions pf ibo South by liberated
slaves, might be charged to the school
of Thad. Stevens, or of auy other
names which aro prominent before
the public or their so-called "loyalty"
to the Government. But such a mode
of argumentation would not only vio?
late taste, but would be illegal and
untruthful; nor, in tho estimation of
all mon who are honest in desiring
peace, would it be likely to extend
the prevalence of that sentiment of
the deader of tho dominant party,
which formed its shibbole'h in the
At a meeting of tho State Central
Executive Democratic Oinb, Dr. Rey?
nolds submitted the following, which
after some discussion, were adopted,
and ordered to be published:
* Resolved, That the late address is?
sued by tho State Central Executive
Committee on the all-important sub?
ject of avoiding sots of intemperance
and violence growing out of political
excitement, meets the hearty concur?
rence of tho State Central Club.
Resolved, That the late manifesta
tiona of violenoe--terminating in a
few instances in bloodshed at sumo
points in this State-though com
witted under circumstances of sever;
provocation and trial-uro viewed by
this body with sentiinencs of tho
deepest disapproval, pain and abhor
renee, and that wo will for tho future,
os wo huve in the past, discounte?
nance such exhibitions of violence,
whether on*icted by the torch of the
incendiary or tho weapon of tho
assassin, und we call upon the civil
authorities of tho State to do like?
The Club thou udjourned.
JAM BS G. GIBBES, Secretary.
-? ^ ? ?
EDITOR PuoiNix: Not having seen
any notice of tho generous act of
Gov. Scott, with reference to the en?
dowment of that old institution,
Erskine College, I would request
that, inasmuch as he is a North?
erner aud under few obligations
to Southern Colleges, yon would state,
through your paper, that he had
given flvo bundie 1 ($500.00) dollars
towards tho endowment alluded to,
and fifty dollars to tho Pbilomathean
Socioty of tho above Collego, located
at Dae West, South Carolina.
DOE WEST, S. C., Nov. 12, 1868.
Wm N TUB PUESIDKNTIAIJ EliECTOBfl
MKKP.-Tho electors ohosen in each
State meet at tho capital of their re?
spective States on tho. first Wednes?
day in December. They vote by
distinct ballots for President and
vice-President, aud send the result,
carefully sealed, by a special messen
fer, who witt deliver it to Hon. Benj.
\ Wude. President of tbs Senate.
Tbe Senate and House, having ilxfd
a day for ? joint Convention, will
assemble together in tho House. Mr.
Wade will opeo tho certificates, conot
the votes, sud announce that Ulysses
H. Grant is elected President, und
Schuyler Colfax Vice-President of
tho United Stete?
Judge Hog?'? Libbi om tn? State.
MB. EDITOR: IQ your paper o?
Sunday morning lost , I see an ex
tract from tho Washington Chronicle,
'purporting to bo a statement of Judge
H?ge to the Secretary of War as to
thc condition cf po?itiord l'uTuif? ?n
It ia scarcely credible that a Judgo
of the Supremo Court of South Ca?
rolina would have ruado such a
statement to the War Department
atrociously false in evory particu?
lar. For tho honor of the judi?
ciary of South Carolina, which has
hitherto been distinguished for its
truth and purity, it is to be hoped
that the whole statement is a fabrica?
tion of tho Chronicle, and will be so
declared by Jndgo Hogo. Otherwise
the good people of this State might
suppose that his Honor was ambi?
tions (independent of his aspirations
for the bench and Congress)- of re?
ceiving tho title of "Baron Munchau?
Let ns notice in detail this mar?
velous statement of the veracious
Clironicle. I will not do Judge H?ge
the injustice of attributing this state?
ment to bini. "lb-has boen the do
termination of ' tho rebels of South
Carolina to exterminate all white
Union men residing in the State."
I ask what evidence is there of this
determination? Never before havo
I ever beard a suspioiou of suoh a de?
termination in public or private.
Nor has any ono else in South Caro?
"Within tho past fifteen days twen?
ty-five murders of Union men have
been committed in Abbeville County
alone!" I can only say that no such
statement has over beon heard of be?
fore. I have been in daily commu?
nication with Abbeville, and havo
only heard of four murders in that
District within tho last six months.
If there havo been twenty-five, it is
due the public that tho proof Bhould
"Colored men havo been taken
from their beds at night, their shirts
drawn over their heads and tben bru?
tally beaten." No such atrocity is
known to tho public. The proof
should be giveu if tbero is any.
"Armed bodies of tho Ku Klux
patrol the country, and with murder?
ous aim shoot down tho husband and
father as he sits at the table witb his
family!" Where is tho proof? Let
us havo it. I hesitate not to say that
there is no such organization us tho
"Ku Klux" in tho whole Stato of
"Tue Ku Klux have sworn to kill
every Union member of the L?gisla?
ture on the day for asseinbliug!"
How does his Honor know this terri?
ble secret of "armed bodies," which
have no existence, nor never had in
South Carolinu? Ho is surely not one
of tho initiated knights, and it is due
to justico that bo should UK.ko knowe
tho sources of his information.
I pass on to tho following Htate^
meut: "Over 15,000 stand of orme
have been imported into tho Statt
(from New York city mostly) withit
the past few weeks, which aro of UH
most improved pattern (the repeatei
firing Sovenleen times,) and lurg?
quantities of ammunition accompany
iug!" It is true that a good main
gentlemen in tho Southern State
have been induced, by the incendiar
language of the carpet-baggers au(
radical speakers, who aro trying t<
stir up an insurrection amongst tin
freedmen, to arm themselves fo
tho protection of their familial
agaiust the incendiary and midnigh
ussussiu. Aud it is probable tba
several hundred of these formidabl
weapons have been purchased ii
South Carolina. Their only pnrpos
was, in the language of Gen. Grant
to "let us have ponce."
"Daily and nightly drills are had
and all the leading officers who hav
served iu the rebel army from thu
Stato participate, including Wad
Hampton, who is the recognize
leader!" This is a flagrant, poten
falsehood, known to bo snob by th
whole State. The only drilling ev?
hoard of has been by tho negroes, un
der the advice and training of thei
radical leader's. After four yean
servico in tho camp tho white peopl
need no drilling and have had nom
"Blair's letter is bearing fruit, an
Terry, Hampton, Gibbes, Tbotuu
and others countenauce all thu oui
rages und murders that aro bein
perpetrated, nnd Gov. Scott find
himself powerless to interfere." J
is well known throughout tho Stat<
that these gentlemen have, on all ot
eastons, in public and in private, i
tbeii; speeches and in their lottei
published, deprecated, in the strong
est terms, all acts of violence au
ontvage. They have appealed in th
most earnest terms, in words of trut
and eloquence, not only to tho ju
tic?i and morality of the people t
their Christian spirit and feelingi
but to their patriotism, their lore <
liberty, and their own self-intern!
and protection, to bo peaceable an
quiet, obey their laws und submit >
the powers that be, whether militai
despotism or negro rulo, under tl
hope and belief that a change in the
sad and degraded condition must nu
would take pince. And that tdl ac
of violence on their part only retan
ed that change and did them infini
"Judgo H?ge, who had becu iu
company with him, (Randolph,) bsd '
lo Volk twenty-five miles, tabing cir
cuitons routes and by-ways, to eaoape
the fiends who thirsted for his blood!"
In reply to this flight of his Honor,
I will give an unvarnished statement
of tbs foote, ns they will be
to by the good people of Anderson.
This judicial aspirant for <^9^HK
Congress, nt the bands of the ne?
groes, whom he -laid some years ago
that ho despised, and wished they
were all on a ton-aoro field, that ho
might lovel his artillery against them
ana blow them to hell, came to An?
derson and addressed tho negroes,
on tue uourt House square, in a
speech of considerable length. All
was quiet and peaceable. Not tho
slightest disturbance took place. No
one thought of injuring or molesting
his Honor. The crowd had dispersed
and bc bad gone to the house of a
radical friend. Whilst there, a mis?
chievous little urchin rodo hy, and
cried out tho talismanic words: "The
Ku Klux are coming/" Hearing of
tho murder of Randolph, thirty or
forty miles distant, about tho same
time, his Honor took to tho bushes,
"taking his circuitous routes aud by?
ways to escapo tho fiends who thirst?
ed for his blood!" A gentleman ol
prominence in tho villago and a
warm Democrat, hearing of bis Ho?
nor's flight, went down to assure
bim that tl ?jro was no aauger and tc
take him to his house, but ho hud
gone. It is said that his condition
was a pitiable one, when ho arrived
at a little villuge, fourteen miles off,
after walking, in tho night, "twenty
five miles by circuitous routes auc
by-wuya," to reach the place. H?
was covered with mud and dirt,
cuckle-bnrrs and Spanish needles, ir
passing through tho fields, swamp!
"On the Greenville and Charlotti
railroads, the lives of all Union mer
aro positively uusufc, 'the Ku Klux
being upon every train and at everj
station, to waylay and murder them 1'
This is indeed a most startling revo
lat ion, unknown before, not only t<
the officers of the road, bnt to th?
whole community. It is wonderfu
that whilst Union men aro passing
over these roods every day, "Th
Ku Klux" have not murdered and de
voured them by scores! Tboy aro
however, mysterious beings, unseen
and their outrages unknown wbei
committed, and only heard of at i
"The iucontive letter of Ex-Gov
Benjamin F. Perry, written some tei
day s since, bas increased this terror!
Without intending or wishing to "iu
orease tho terror" again, I will muk
one or two extracts from this "iucen
ti ve lotter," so that the public ma;
judgo of its character.
"It ia high time, I have said, fo
tho people of South Carolina to tur
their attention from national politic
to these terrible State wrongs an
grievances. They must not bo ovei
looked in our present political excite
ment, for tho time will come, in
that speedily, when they will emt.
us to tho earth. Wo ought to prc
pare to meet them-not by violeta
and revolution, but by exposing thei
atrocity to tho colored people, whoa
interest ia ours, and \. ho have bec
made tho dupes and tools of the?
evil men from tho North. They ba\
come here for money, and will qu
the country when they noe there
no more to bo bad, or Ibero is pe
sonal dauger in their path. Our Iii
of policy is clear, potent and man
fest. lVe ?nusl commit tio aggressio
no acto/ violence, but bo propared
act on the defensive, with spirit nt
vigor, when action is iuiporativ
Patience and forbearance in suffer ii
and oppression are high and patriot
It is said, iu tho sacred Scripture
that "the wicked flee when no mi
pnrsueth." Such bas been the ea
with these hungry adventurers fro
the North. They apprehend c
when nono is intended. Tboy s
dauger iu tho rustling of a leaf
tho waving of a reed. Judge Hu
was greatly excited, the other dny,
Greenville, when the post office do
opeued and the boys rushed iu
get their letters. He became agit;
ed, jumped up, and went into t
hotel and inquired what tli?'l d
turbauce was about.
Tho radical leaders, onrpct-baggi
and scalluwagS, liaVo been all e>\
South Carolina, making pub
speeches ol' the most incendiary el
teeter, by night and by day, pois*
ing thu minds of tho colored peoj
acutest their former owners a
friends; telling them of their prow?
in the application of tho torch. A
yet I have beard of very few d
turbances at their public meeting
The fruits of their touchings are st
in almost every newspaper wo opt
giving nu account of housos, bul
and stables burnt, worthy citizc
murdered, houses robbed and won:
abused! Nothing is said of th'
horrible and repealed crimes at t
North. But whon some reek!
white man revenges bis own and
country's wrongs on then? uudaci?
fiends, there is a bowl all over N
Eugland and tho radicalism of I
North, aS if there wan a new robell
at tho South. Moro troops ure cal
for to guard these incendiaries
their holy preaching.
The leading gentlemen of
State, and the D?mocratie Clnbf
the Slate, have dono all iu their p<
er to repress and nrnv??nt th** Lt's]
ililli: - - :-:\::JL-1L-_
r?tribution. Bot there are, and ever |
will be, reckless and bad man in
every community, who take the laws I
into their own hands and will not be j
oon trolled by the good atjrd wiso.'
In consequence of this the innocent j
aro made to suffer, ns was the case in ?
Georgia, for iur murder ox'Ashley,
under Geo. Meade's cruel and infa?
mous toleration. And as we were1
threatened in South Carolina, tho I
other'day, by that atrocious procla?
mation of Gov. Scott, dedaring and
proclaiming that if these assassina
tions by the wioked were not put a I
stop to, ho would call out the negro
militia ns a standing army, no matter
how horriblo might bo the conse?
quences to the innocent and helpless!
I do not quote tho language, but do
express tho very idea of a man who,
in this civilized nnd Christian age,
signs his name as Governor of South
Carolina. B. P. PERRY. .
GREENVILLE, S. C., November 10,
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. -Tuesday
last was election-day throughout the
Slate. In addition to thoso already
published, we have received the fol?
The Enquirer announces the fol?
lowing as tho result of tho electiou
for municipal officers in York: In?
tendant-Col. W. H. McCorkle.
Wardens-S. R. Moore, J. Ed. Jef?
freys, Li. M. Grist, Robert Latham.
F. Heriot. Wardens-W. R Heston,
T. C. Carr, C. .1. Coe, R. O. Bush.
John M. Tuohev. Wardens-Hon.
C. H. Siinonton.'Dr. J. B. Patrick,
Dr. B. A. Mnckeufuss. Jas. F. Slat?
tery, James Cantwell.
Robort J. Limehouse. Wardens-W.
H. Schroder, Rev. J. R. Sasportas,
Peter K. Coburn, Samuel Kingmnn.
Kline. Wardeus-J. W. Burbridge, A.
C. Shaffer. A. P. Holmes, Edward
Holme?, Wm. Driflle, J. K. Linder.
CHERAW.-Intendant-Capt. J. F.
Molloy. Wardens-Dr. T. W. Bou?
cher, W. A. Beuton, J. T. McNair,
J. T. Hayes.
KINCH na;:'..-Inteudunt-S. W.
Maurice. Wardens-E. J. Porter, J.
N. Brookiuton, U. N. Ward, K.
Choice. Wardens-H. H. Thomson,
J. W. Maxwell, I. H. Cantrell, Charles
UNION.-Intendant-I. G. McKis
siek. Wardens-W. C. Harris, John
Rodger, H. L. Goss, R. A. M'Knight.
_-1 + ? ?.
SAD ACCIDENT.-Wo regret to learn
that on Saturday last, ?is tho passen?
ger trujn of the Spirtanburg and
Union Railroad was iu motion at
Hill's platform, Rev. Mr. Strong at?
tempted to get upon tho same, but
unfortunately fell, and the cars passed
over him, mangling his leg and baud
in a shocking manner, causing his
death iu a very short time. He was
ou his way to attend a sacrament
meeting of tho Presbyterian Church
at this place. - Unionrille Timen.
STRANGE RUMOR.-Tho story was
! united about the streets yesterday
afternoon, that Gen. Grant had an?
nounced to one of his friends in this
city bis purpose to giro Oon. Lee a
portfolio. If it wero known that Lee
would become a member of Grant's
Cabinet, it would also be known that
Grant's words wero not idle wheu ho
said "Let us have peace." Leo's ac?
cession to the Cabinet would be t'ie
perfection of moral, physical and po?
litical reconstruction Acts.
[Si. Louis Times.
TUE AIR-LINE RAILROAD COMINO
RY GREENVILLE.-There has been an
o.iarninuliou of tho route of this road
from Atlanta by Gainsville, Georgia,
and from thenco to tho South Caro?
lina line, aud wo aro iuformed, on
good authority, that the most favora?
ble route strikes this State at a point
which places Grco.iville precisely in
the "air-line" to Charlotte, North
Carolina. Spartanburg Court House
will bo also, on, or very near this
line. - Greenville Enterprise.
SUICIDE.-We are shocked to hear
of the suicide of Mr. John Lee, by
potting his throat with a razor, on
Friday Inst, at his rcsidenco near
Batesville Depot, in this District. Mr.
Leo was sixty years of age and a
highly respectable oitizon, and had
for some time exhibited signs of men?
tal aberration, bot not sufficient to
induce any fear of this dreadful re?
sult.- Carolina Spartan.
Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
THE regular annual meeting ut tho
Stockholders of tho Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad Company will tako
placo, at Masonic Hall, Wilmington, N. C.,
on WEDNESDAY, tho 18th instant, at half
pant 10o'clock A. M. W. A. WALKE?,
Nov 14 _Heorotary.
A Fine Lot of Fresh
MOUNTA1 ? BUTTEE roceivod this
dav, and tor ?ale low by
iNov ll_Q. W. I'lHKBR. Agent.
A Lot of
FRESH LEMONS ju?t to hand, and for
?ale by ?. W. PARKER,
Nov ll _Agent.
T7MNK Northern 1UIBH POTATORS, for
r ??in Ky
"""NovlO FfBIfBR A LOWRANOF.
I ? Nsw BANK IN AUGUSTA.-We
leam from oar Augusta oxohanges
I that tho Georgia Railroad and Bank
j ing Company nave re-organized their j
banking department of deposit and
discount, Under tho management of
1 The death of Dr. Langloy, Arch?
bishop of Canterbury, Primate of all
England, and Patriarch of the
Queen's Churches, took pince on the
27th of October.
On Thursday last, at Florouco, the
Rev. Reuben Gregg, colored, acci?
dentally blew his brains ont.
Gen. H. E. Read, n prominent citi?
zen of Louisville, Kentucky, com?
mitted suicide a day or two ago.
DR. R. W. GIBBES HAS REMOVED
to bis new rosidenco and oflicc-cor?
ner of Pl nin and Sumter streets, and next
door to ofiico of Dru. Reynolds, Dentists.
Nov 13 Imo_
"ttI0?EB8ON HO?SE," 7
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
First Class Hotel, - - $3 Per Day.
"WILLIAM A. WRIGHT
1 >*ai'~",^\ HAVING assumed the ma
A???S^^S nagemcut ot DUH HUUHF.,
^?*St?|B|J respectfully solicits a shuro
IB^^rfl1 ITT*1 "f public patronado.
FULE OMNIBUS to and from thc Hotel.
Nov 10 Imo _ _
IHAVE recently opened a now storo
(noxt to E. Stenhouse) where I will bo
found, at all times, ready to attend to any?
thing in my lino, such as repairing and
making to order all kinna or PISTOLS,
GUNS, LOCKS, ?to., and will ciro particu?
lar attention to repairing SEWING MA?
CHINES, IRON SAFES, fte. Patronago
Nov 12 " F. A. SCHNEIDER.
LIBERAL CASU ADVANCES mude on
COTTON consigned to JAMES W.
TlCASK, Now York, bv applying to
September IC 85 E. A G. D. HOPE.
B0TJTT0N SEED WHEAT.
0/>4~t RUSH ELS of tho celebrated Vir
OUU Riuia BOUTTON SEED WHEAT,
for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Nov 7_ 12
Pure Leaf Lard
trtOR sale by
'_ Nov C FISHER A LOWRANCE.
C. F". JACKSON'.
Smoked Beef and Breakfast Bacon.
QAA LBS. Choice SMOKED BEEF,
OvU 1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon Strips.
For salo by E. & G. D. HOPE.
PISTOLS, PISTOLS. "
JUST received, a supply of PISTOLS,
from the moat celobrated makers;
also, Cartridgca, Towdor, Shot, Lead, Per
cusHion Caps, Gun Wada, Powder Flasks,
Shot Doits and Shot Pouches, for sale at
low ligiiref for caah bv
Nov 6_J. &. T. R. AGNEW.
Scrofula,or King's Kvii, in cured by
rising HoiuiUh'a Queen's Delight.
At Swygert & Benn's.
t|\BESH Buckwheat FLOUR.
1 Prime North Carolina Mailt ls, some?
Golden Drip Syrup,
Choice Goshen Butter, Cheese, Sic.
Choice FAMILY SUPPLIES, received
duily, at SWYGERT A BENN'S.
Nov 8^._ Imo
The Dry Goods Store
HA ito Al NS
NOV o C. V. JACKSON'S.
THE Bubuoriber baa just received
['rom thc potteries, in England, his
?.uppiv ol WHITE GRANITE and
COMMON EARTHENWARE for the
fall trude. Country dosiers and house?
keepers arc invited to examine hi* ??tock.
A full ?tock of White and Cid Band DIN
NEB and TEA WARF, and Fancy CHINA
WA BE. ALSO,
FRENCH, BOHEMIAN AND AMERICAN
With a foninlptc Rusortmont of SILVER
PLATED 11 Ot) DB, TABLE CU I'LERY, JA?
PANNED and PLANISHED WARE, and
Oct 22 i 13 WM. II. STAN MOY.
Gin, Ac, Ao.
For salo low by
Nov C FISHER A LOWRANCE.
rjpUK REST ASSORTMENT OF DRY
GOODS? C. V. JACK805I.
Chester Nursery Garden.
FRUIT TREES, of all descriptions, for
dale. The very best ?-arly and lat?
Southern Apples and Poaobca, Evergreens.
Roaos, Dahlias, Flooring Shrubs ana
Vinos, Groon-boase Plant*, Ac Person?
who wish to procure Trees or Plants to
improve their homostoadu, will.do Well to
examino ruy Price List, which can bo had
w. ?LAU ic, Murseryroan,
Got *J2 \Stno Cheater, ?. 0.
The Pheonix Weekly Leiter Sheet
Prices Current and Market Report
will bo issued this (Friday) afternoon.
Those desiring copies, will hand in
their orders as early as practicable.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.-The at?
tention of capitalists from abroad is
called to tho large sole of truly valua?
ble real estate, in the city of Oolum
bia, advertised by the Commissioner
in Equity. Some of tho lots aro lo?
cated iu tho very heart of tho oily.
Tho Republican torch-light pro
cosoion, announced to como oft last
night, has been postponed foi the
present-at least, suoh was the infor?
mation we wero, at an early hour
yesterday, requested to communicate
to tho public. But the plans of the
colored managers must have been
changed, for about 8 o'clock, th*
sound of a drum was heard and a
procession of colored men and boys,
in number about 200, with torches and
transparencies, was seen approaching.
Somo of thc transparencies had the
merit of being ominently original, as
for instance, a representation of a
houso, contained a request, "Save
your money, Mr. Seward; send us
down some ice from Alaska, and wo
will tako Cuba." Tho side-walks
wero Hued with colored women and
children; and thoro was an incessant
roar, from the strong throats and
lungs of tho participants as well as
tho spectators. After parading in
tho principal streets for an hour, cr
two, tho processionists xetnrned to
their placo of assembly, and were
FAST AND CHEAP PBXNTTNG.--We
have just added a fast card press-of
tho Degonor & Weiler patent-to tho
machinery of the Phonix office; and
have also made additions to our stock
of fancy type, cards, paper, eto.
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 per
Mun ARRANGEMENTS.-The poet
office opon during the week from'8^
a. m. to G p. m. On Sundays, from
4 to 5 p. m.
Tho Charleston and Western moils
are open for delivery at 5 p. m.; and
close at S>? p. m. Charleston night
mail open 8>? a. m., close A\% pi m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
8j.i a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery 5
p. m., closes at 8>< p. m.
Niiw ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special at
tontion is called to tho following ad
vortisemcnts, published for th? first
time this morning:
Wilmington and Manchester R. R.
D. B. DeSaussnre-Sale.
ENDURANCE.-It is astonishing what
the human frame can endure.' Tho
numerous assistants that O. 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.
It is strange to see with what care?
lessness some invalids attend to their
health. They will procure a box of
PLANTATION BUTTERS, which onght
to bo used up in a month or six
weeks, and upon inquiry it is.found
that they havo used only two or threo
bottles. Somo days they have used
it according to tho directions, and
others ha v.- not touuued il. Tho whole
trial has been irregular, and of course
a less favorable result bas come from
their use. If it be truo that "what
is worth doing afc uti is worth doing
well," how emphatically is it true in
matters relating to tho health? A few
bottles of PLANTATION BITTERS havo
often wrought wonders, while in other
instances disease has only been sub ?
dued after weeks of resistance.
MAGNOLIA WATBR-Superior to tho
st i m pori?d Gmuntu Cologne, and
?old afc half tho price. N14tlf3
COOKE'S New Novel-Mohun, or- tho
LUMt. Dftys of Lee and his Palladlos
Final Memoirs of a ((taff Officer, serving
in YirRiuia. in somo nerta Sequol to Sur?
rey of Eagle's Neut, $2.25.
New B?pply of Surrey of Eagle's Nest,
Last Days of a Klug, an Historical Ro?
mance, translated from tho Gorman, 50
Callantara, a Thrilling Romance, by Ju?
Chamb?n*' Miscellaneous Questions with
Answoro, tl 25.
Who ls He? An Appeal to thoao who re
gard with any doubt tho name of Joans.
At DUPPIK ft CH* PM\N*8
What Dry Goods
gTOBI! GIVES THE MOST FOR YOUR
MONEY? O. F. JACKSON.
New Buckwheat Flour.
I TUST received and for (tale by
'fi NOT ll O. W. PARKER, Agent.