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Wednesday Morning., Hoy. I?; 1868.
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A correspondent of tho Cincinnati
Enquirer, writing under dato of
Washington, November 8. asserts
that a singular movement has been
originated by certain politicians, hav?
ing in view tho casting of the Demo
oratio doctoral vote for Grant. It is
urged it would infiuenoe Grant to a
conservativo course, to which he is
undoubtedly inclined. A circular
letter on this subject has been ad?
dressed to Mr. Pendleton, Governor
Stevenson and Gen. Preston, of Ken?
tucky, A. H. Stephens, and promi?
nent Democrats of the North. The
Following is the text of the letter :
*'WASHINGTON, November 8, 1868.
"GENERAD: In my judgment, the
wisest thing tho Democracy could
now do, would bo to throw their en?
tire electoral YO to for Gen. Grant, as
tn indication of tho fact that, should
ie pursue a liberal, generous and
n?gnanimons course, tboy will sns
?ain him. It would also have the
>ffebt of not leaving him altogether
n tho hands of tho adverso faction,
ind would doubtless strengthen any
lurpose ho may entertain towards
?he conservativo sentiment of the
jonntry. This vote cannot possibly
lo Seymour any good, and thrown in
?he manner suggested would, at least,
produce a conciliatory impression.
"Very trnly, yours, &c."
Practically, it is a matter of small
noment how the [Democratic dec?
ors! votes are cast. Butin.its moral
ispects wo confess our strong distaste
br what appears to us as simply "a
lodge." We should dislike to be re
iponsible for any Btep that would
jr?voke either a smile or a sneer fron:
he lips of tho reticent smoker, ai
?he expense of the Democratio party
'Our support!" What does Gen
2rant warn-with "our support," witl
t congressional majority at his beeb
ind the army at his back? Is no
bis dancing a little ahead of tin
musi?? If Gen. Grant proves him
?elf a champion of the Gonstitntioi
md freo government and tho Preai
lent of the wholo people, the Demo
crate are bound to support him oi
principle, and will support him. Bu
iiadn't wo better, as tho Mobile Rt
jitter pertinently suggests, wait fo
aim to develop, before we offer hie
rtlegianoo? We think so, byjever,
lictate of dignity and comino
THE LATE LOUD PALMERSTON. -TL
late speech of Mr. Boebuck, deolai
ing that he was in favor of recognis
ing the Confederate States in the lal
war, and that Lord Palmerston wi
af his own way of thinking, confira
i statement by BlacTcicood's Magazin*
November, 18G5. Lord Palmersto
is there represented to have been n<
only in favor of recognizing tho Coi
federate States, bnt on the Trent a
fair ho made up his mind to go 1
war with the United States. Tl
message he .prepared to send 1
Washington at that time, acoon
ing to Blackwood, would have r<
quired ? short and categorical answe
"because a fleot, equipped for actioi
would have escorted it to tho mon!
jf the Chesapeake." He was, it
alleged, in full nndorstanding wil
the French Emperor. But Loi
John Bussell aud Sir George Corn
wall Lewis were members of his Cal
net, and they refused to concur
Lord Palmerston's programme, ai
threatened to resign. His lordsh
was eighty years old, and ho surat
from the annoyance of framing a ur.
Cabinet, and surrendered his ov
convictions. Such is tho ?tateme
of Blackwood, but to what degree
credit it is entitled we aro unable
SEWARD.-A correspondent of t
Philadelphia Ledger says: "A ve
intimate personal friend of Mr. So
ard says that functionary is makii
arrangements to retire from pub!
life at an early day, and that but f
tho still unadjusted Alabama claia
his resignation would take effect i
tho 1st of January next. Accordi
to the samo authority, the vonoral
statesman intends to quit Aubu
and spoud tho remainder of his da
in Now York. He has tho pnrchc
of an elegant mansion in Mndis<
avenue in contemplation."
A NEWSPAPER UrsEr BY AN EART
QUAKE.-A San Frunoiseo papor, t
scribing tho recent earthquake thei
eayfe: "Tho German Abend Posln&M
paper was not issued yesterday ev?
ing, owing to their forms being 'pil?
by the earthquake. The floor
their composing room settled abc
Faiv ta Mwfe?i? ?t ta<d Nana of tb?
MB. EDITOR: WO hear that it io in
contemplation to "get up" a Fair for
tho benefit of tho Convent ol, "Valle
Orn?is/' a modest, boc musfe excel?
lent religions and educational institu?
tion, located near Columbia-the
remnant of that Convent which waa
destroyed at the burning of Colom?
bia by tho Federal army.
Ono of 'ho noblest devices which
has ever illustrated Christian oharity,
is that beautifnl provision of the Ro?
man Church for pious women, who
seek to dovote themselves to tho ser?
vice of God, apart from tho active
affairs of life. For ages, tho Con?
vents havo been tho safe and sacrod
refuge of such women, and from
them have flowed compensating bene?
fits which havo contributed to tho
diffusion of religion, learning and
virtue. In purely Roman Catholic
countries they furnish tho most ap?
proved schools, and tho noblest wo?
men of France, Spain, Italy and
part8of Germany havo been educated
in Convents. In England and tho
United States, sinco forty years, they
havo beoomo favorito schools for the
education of girls.
Tho Convent of St. Ursula, for
years, hus been growing on the re?
spect and confidence of the people.
Who that has had tho gratification of
knowing tho elegant, accomplished
and devoted Mother-Superior and her
associates, but will admit that such
influence must be felt beneficially in
Ony community? She is a South Ca?
rolinian by birth, the sister of tho
excellent Bishop Lynch, and like
him, a South Carolinian, who in tho
darkest days and scenes of our his?
tory proved herself a bravo and de?
voted patriot. Catt wo ever forget
the scene, when this refined and deli?
cate lady, rarely ever before outside
the shelter of her Convent, while the
fire was raging and the house sur?
rounded by brutal and infuriated
soldiers, leading forth her band of
frightened nnns and school-children,
to tho hoped-for sanctuary of the
Church, and there hoveriugover and
protecting them Uko a guardian angel
in the majestio beauty of her divine
mission? Even the ruffians Sherman
and Logan and their hellish myrmi?
dons were awed into respect by the
inspired dignity of this noble lady.
The Convent lost everything, and for
near three years tho nuns havo been
struggling in patient penury, but
still dispensing their good gifts to
mauy children whose parents are too
poor to fiud instruction for them, ex?
cept in the charity of these devoted
For fifty years, the Catholic Church
has beeu nobly represented in South
Carolina. We have had tho great
and good Bishop England-the ripe
scholar, tho ripest of his day, when
Legare, Elliott, Cooper and Henry
were living-tho eloquent und ear?
nest Reynolds, aud now that perfect
prelate, fervent Christian, devoted
patriot and accomplished gentleman,
Bishop Lynch, whose sister, worthy
of tho brother, is tho "Superior" of
tho Convent of Valle Crucis.
Lot us make the "Fair" a success.
Its fruits will bo multiplied and re?
turned an hundred-fold in tho exam?
ple and the instruction emanating
from tho achool of the "Convent of
Valle Crucis." PROTESTANT.
LAV OFF THE UNIFOHMS.-During
his late journey from Galona to
Washington, Gen. Grant passed
through a town whore an enthusias?
tic procession of uniformed "Boys
in Blue" greeted him, and to whom,
accordingly, he spoke os follows:
"GENTLEMEN: I see many of you
iu uniforms. You laid them off threo
years ago, and you can now lay them
off again, and wo will have peace.
HIT HIM AGAIN.-Hancock, a scala?
wag judge in Mississippi, had been
endoavoriug to convert a conservativo
negro, and failing, swore that any
nigger who voted against his own
color and raco ought to bo hung.
Sambo hung his head for a moment,
as if in deep meditation, and thon
looking the judge straight in tho
face, said: "You say a nigger who
votes ogin his owu race ought to bo
hung?" "Yes," said the judge, "ho
ooght to bo hung." "Well, judge,"
said Sambo, "what do you think out
to be dono wid do whito man who
vote agin his own race and color?"
The judge bid bis sable friend good
night, and has nover invited him to
his houso again.
Madame Moga has quarreled with
the Empress Eugenie. Who is Ma?
dame Moga? Her Majesty's dress?
maker, who, for ton years, received
about 100,000 francs a year, for filling
her Majesty's wardrobe; until recent?
ly the Empress always yielded to the
dictation of Madado Moga in matters
of taste and styles; but several months
ago, Eugenie commenced rebelling
against her authority, andas Madame
Moga, who is a very independent
lady, .rould not stand any snubbing,
a rupture ensued.
A big nogro, near Harrisburg, has
been arrested for outraging n littlo
1 girl, the orphan of a Federal soldier.
COKESBUBY, Nov. 16, 1668.
Oto?.- R. K. Scott-Sm: On tho
morning of the 9bh inst my house
was entered by a posse, consisting of
two deputies and three United States
soldiers, armed as if they were about
attacking a stronghold of brigands.
One of the deputies, addressing me.
said, "Colonel, I am sorry to say you
are my prisoner." Upon questioning
his authority, I learned he had a war?
rant, issued by Magistrate Solomon,
of Colombia, to arrest roe in Abbe?
ville, and deliver me to Constable
Hubbard in Columbia, upou tho affi?
davit of said Hubbard, that I was
accessory boforo the fact to thc mur?
der of one B. F. Ban dolph.
Under tho old regime, this posso
might have been defied, and tho con?
sequences would have been upon their
heatls, for attempting to execute an
illegal warrant. But surmising that
extraordinary powers had been con?
ferred by tho constabulary act of the
recent radical Legislature, I offered
no re8?8tence; heneo was taken to
Columbia, aud without an examina?
tion was feloniously incarcerated and
kept in close confinement for two
days. Since my release I have care?
fully perused tho " act establishing a
police force," and discover that if
this ambiguous act means anything
at all, it simply meaos that tho whole
constabulary force have but concur?
rent authority with tho other civil
officers of tho various counties, and
thereforo Magistrate Solomou had
not the semblance of authority to
issue a warrant in Richland for my
arrest iu Abbovillo.
Now, air, this Chief Constable is an
libeling of yours and this venture of
his to exercise autocratical, arbitrary
and illegal powers, seems to imply
your connivance. If it does not,
whence bis assumption of power, and
why no evidence of yourxestraiuiug
authority? Whence doesl^p derive
power to arrest mo in Abbevi]l?*and
jail me in Columbia? Whence his
power to arrest two young men in
Newberry and dungeon them in the
capital "f tho State? Whence bis
power to rescue Kelly from the bauds
of the sheriff in Camden, incarcerate
bim in Columbia, and direct tbo
sheriff of Richland to shackle him, as
be did while I was there imprisoned?
Is this what is meant by tho words of
the act, which read as follows: "Said
Chief Countable of tho State and
Deputy Cbief and Deputy Couslubles
in. tho several counties shall at all
times obey and execute the orders of
tho Govornor in relation to (ho pre?
servation of tho public peace and tlie
execution of tho laws throughout the
Think|you, sir, that if iu the intense?
ness of your determination to pre?
serve the public peace you, should
cruelly treat a single unoffendiug citi?
zen, you aro appeasing the wrath of
an oppressed but gallant people?
Does the transcendant authority of
our Executive justify nets of violence
on tho part of his hirelings? Aro
theso deeds indicative of your futuro
policy? If so, sir, let mo beseech you
delay not to revoke that proclamation
in which yon speak with hypocritical
affection of "our beloved State," and
once again proclaim, "the State being
without law is a law unto itself," andi
AM THE STATE. I am told you
aro now beyond tho limits of the
State, and upon tho eve of your de?
parture you expressed a satisfaction
at the peaceable condition of tho
State. Sir, were you of us, and not
over us, you would readily discern
that South Carolina has no peace but
that which once " reigned in War?
saw;" and should my conviction prove
prophetic, that a rigid adherence to
tho scheme of tyranny which you
have inaugurated, will redound with
serious consequences upon tue heads
of higher officers than tho Chief
Constablo of the State, you will not
charge me with "being accessory be?
fore tho fact," for tho exasperation
consequent upon such cruelty is wide?
spread and not confined to a single
race. Very respectfully,
D. WYATT AIKEN.
ESTATE OF TIIAD. STEVENS.-Con?
gressman Dickey and Hon. E. Mc?
Pherson are engaged in winding up
the affairs of tho lato Thaddeus
Stevens. They find ou]y about
enough personal property to pay his
debts, and bis real estate consists of
a houue in Lancaster, estimated ut
$15,000, and his iron furnace proper?
ty, estimated nt from $50,000 to
The Deserot News, Mormon organ
at Salt Lake City, thinks that the
lesson of the recent eyrthquakes is
that the people should adopt Mor?
monism, polygamy and the prophe?
cies of Joe Smith. Tho Poruvjaus,
on the other band, thought the pur?
pose of the earthquake was to vivify
tho adoration of Sonar del Mar. Who
shall decido when doctors differ?
STBANOE. -*-A family in Wilming?
ton, N. C., has had, within the last
twelve months, two marriages, two
births and two deaths-a strange ad?
mixture of the joys and sorrows, the
smilos and tears, the happiness aud
misery of this earthly existonco.
What the fashionable you rig men
keep most-Late hours.
? foolish fellow, 'yiiile wheeling
another foolish fellow in a barrow '
through the streets of Louisville,
Ky., recently, lcd by a band of ma
Bio, in accordance with the terms of I
an election bet. attracted ', such a j
crowd and created such ? 'disturb?
ance, that the police interfered with
tho progress of tho novel procession,
wu arrested the two O??U und carried
them to jail for disorderly conduct
?nd disturbing the public peace.
An English expedition, under tho
direotion of the advance survoy, bas
gone to Palestino to endeavor to set?
tle tho disputed pointy os to which
mountain is Mt. Sinai, and what
course the Israelites took, after cross?
ing tho Red Sea", ns well as to gather
other interesting facts of tho sacred
country, BO strangely allowed to bo
come obsolete or doubtful by tho
The question "Shall wo ever learn
to fly?" according to thc statement of
a Russian journalist, is about to be
Bolved. In a letter addressed to tho
Lemberg Slavo, ho mentions the in?
vention of a machine for navigating
tho air. Tho motive power is steam,
and tho inventor estimates the attain?
able speed at eighty miles per hour.
Patents bnvo been granted him by
soveral Europeau Governments.
Tho "nubitantial business men" of
Laiamio keep Sunday. They don't
do business on that day, but just go
around hunting np suspicious charac?
ters, and hanging them to telegraph
Frank Blair lakes his defeat philo?
sophically. In Chicago, somo of his
Republican friends casually mention?
ed "Salt River;" to which Frank
replied that Salt River was not largo
?nough; ho was "going to Salt Lake."
It is said of afashiouablo lady, who
went to a party in the city not long
since, that sho arrived there about
tho first of tho evening, but the Inst
of ber dress did not arrive until after
"A tailor is tho ninth part of a
man," said a would-be wit in tho pre?
sence of the knight of the Bhcars.
"But," responded the latter, "a fool
is no part at all."
ELECTED.-General James Shields,
the hero and patriot, has been elect?
ed to Congress from ono of the Mis?
souri Districts, by a majority of 588
-a Democratic gaiu.
Tho Boston Transcript says: "Tho
light of Heaven has been so success?
fully excluded in many of our city
churches, that both morning and
afternoon services are conducted by
"A French Major," said Lion Goy
lan, "is a mau who has three decora?
tions. The third was given him be?
cause he had two, the secoud becauso
ho had ono, and tho first because ho
"What white teeth that girl had?"
said a bliud man of a girl who had
just left tho room. "How do you
know that?" he was asked. "Be?
cause," ho replied, "she hos done
nothing but laugh the last hour."
"Tell me," said ono French child
to another, "which would you rather
loso, your father or your mother?"
"I don't know." "I do. I would
rather lose mamma, because it's papa
who makes all tho money."
A man in New York has made
$100.000 by carrying newspapers.
Ho has boen seventeen years at tho
business, and hopes to be nblo to
carry seventeen years longer.
A hospital for women who have bo
come disgusted with their husbands,
is to be established in Cleveland.
But where on earth will thoy find a
building large enough?
A man in Coventry. Vermont, re?
cently presented a bill of thirty dollars
against a school district for wu ter
that the scholars had drank from his
A physician stopped at thc shop of
a Vormont apothecary and inquired
for a ph armacopseia. . 'Sir, " said the
apothecary, "I know of no such far?
mer living about these parts."
A French newspapor, speaking of
a now comotery opened near Lyons,
says: "M. Gascoigne was tho first
person who had tho pleasure of being
buried in this dolightful retreat."
A lodger in a Portlaud (Me.) hotel
a few evenings since carno down stairs
and told the clerk that tho gas-light
would not bur;;, and he thought it
wanted a new wick.
Dr. Hall says that for the period of
a month before marriage aud a
month after death, men regard their
wives os angels.
An Indian shot another in Wis?
consin recently, and was formally
tried by an Indian jury and sentenced
to be hung.
The application of castor oil to new
boots makes them as soft as buck?
Tho Parliamentary eleotions com?
menced in England on the 13th.
A HOUSE ou Senate street. Ap
V%'tZ 18 PTSnEIt A LOWRANCE.
Nov 18 6
? ! _
The November of DoBoxo's Review
is to hand-Ailed, as asnal, with vaia?
able statistical and other informati?tiL
It is published simultanoonsly in New
York and New Orleans, by W. M.
Barwell end B. G. Barnwell.
An: attempt was mado to rob tho
banking-house of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams ? Oo., on Monday night. Tho
robber forced an entrance through a
window on the North side, but as
there woro no valuables ' 'lyingaround
loose," he vamoosed as woll off as ho
ARBESTED.-A white man named
Grouber, who is said to be from
Ohio, was arrested by Chief Rad?
cliffe, yesterday, charged with shoot?
ing a soldier named Ryan, (of Com?
pany C.) through tho shoulder, on
Monday night. Tho parties are be?
lieved to have been under the influ?
ence of liquor. It is feared that tho
wound will prove a serious one.
Christmus number of this admirably
conducted magazine is out, and is
really a gem. Tho fashions are pro?
fuso, the contents, literary and artis?
tic, of tho highest class. There is n
beautifully illustrated household de?
partment, music, and each worth thc
cost of the magazine. Subscribe foi
it. $3 per year, with a premium.
Published at 473 Broadway, N. Y.
COMINO.-By a letter received bj
Mr. Wright, j'esterday, we are pleased
to loara that another delegation ol
Marylanders and Pennsylvanians,
may bo expected hero about the 27tL
of this mouth. The party who pros
pected hero several months ago, wen
so well pleased with their trip, thai
thoy have determined to repeat it
but with their numbers greatly in
creased. It is probablo that thoj
will extend their trip to Greenville
and scverul of the upper Couuties
Give them a warm welcome, as thej
aro, doubtless, tho pioneers of a large
industrious and enterprising eet o
individuals, who aro desirous of lo
eating in the South.
Bm.TA.ii ASSAULT. -A colored wo
man, Damed Louisa, who hails, w
believe, from Summerville, was em
ployed for a day as a wash-woman
by Mrs. A. Beechman, the wife of
soldier attached to the garrisor
Some clothes were missing, and Mn
Beechman charged Louisa with al
stracting them, and told her to g
immediately and get the missing art
oles. Louisa went off, but returnc
niter a short time, when Mrs. I
closed the door in her face. El
raged at this, the colored woina
assailed the door with a club, burst
open nud attacked Mrs. B. (who wi
enciente) with tho club-striking hi
across the stomach. In a short tim
tho unfortunate woman was deliven
of a dead ohild-whoso death, tl
attending physicians believe, w
caused by blows, as the head of tl
child was much bruised. As Mi
Beochman is believed to bo in a dy ir
condition, her affidavit was tak<
yesterday, before Magistrate Johnso
Tho assailant was arrested by Chi
Radcliffevaud is now in jail, awaiti)
thc result of the injuries.
FAST AND CHEAP PRINTING.-\
have just added a fast card press
tho Degener & Woilor patent-to t
machinery of the PJtcenix office; a
have also made additions to our sta
of fancy type, cards, paper, e
Persons in want of any styles
book nud job printing, aro invited
call and examine samples and prici
Cards printed at ?uOi?eat notice, n
at prices varying from $3 to $10 \
Josh Billings says that the n:
who wrote "I would not live alway
oak not to stay," probably never JJ
been urged sufficiently.
MATU ARRANGEMENTS.-The p
office open during tho week from I
a. m. to 6 p. m. On Sundays, fr
4 to 5 p. m.
The Charleston and Western mi
are opon f?r doli very at 5 p. m., s
close at 8)? p. m. Charleston uh,
mail open 8>? a. mi, close 4>? p. r
Northort?-Open for delivery
8?? n. tn., closes at 2.45 p. m.
, Greenville-Open for delivorj
p. m., oloses at 8 >? p. m.
.NBW A!bvsrBTrsEMENT?. ^Speolal
tontion is called to tho following
vertisements, published for the f
limo thia morning:
Fisti?r A Lowrance-To Rent.
ENDTTBANCTS. -It ia aston ishi n g wh
the human frame can endure. The
numerous assistants that O. F. Jack?
son has in his complete establishment
are as fresh for to-morrow's work as
they would be after a long rest. Try
It is strange to see with what care?
lessness some invalid, attend to their
health. They will procure a box of
PLANTATION BUTTEBS, which ought
to be usod up in a month nr six
weeks, and upon inquiry it is found
that they have used only two or three
bottles. Some days they have,used
it according to the directions, and
others have not touched it. The. whole
trial has been irregular, and of course
a less favorable result has come from
their use. If it bo true that "what
is worth doing at all is worth doing
well," how emphatically is it true in
matters relating to tho health? A few
bottles of PLANTATION BITTERS have
often wrought wonders, while in other
instances disease has only been sub?
dued after weeks of resistance.
MAGNOLIA WATEB-Superior to tho
best imported German Cologne, and
sold at half tho prico. N14tlf3
IF YOU HAVE A COUGH,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., November 16, 1SG8.
To the Stockholders "of the Columbia and
Augusta Railroad Company.
' Sinco tho announcement of your Annual
Meeting, to transpiro in Columbia, on tho
2Gth instant, tho President of the United
States and tho Executives of the States of
Georgia and South Carolina have con?
curred in designating that as a day of
general Thanksgiving to tho Supremo
Ruler of tho universo. In doferenco ' to
these high authorities and the Christian
spirit of thc ago, it is respectfully recom?
mended by tho Board of Directors, that
your Annual Meeting take place in the
city of Columbia, on THURSDAY, tho 3d
of DECEMBER next, at ll o'clock A. M.
All stockholders and their families wiU
pass free on thc trains from Grauitcvilln
and Columbia. WM. JOHNSTON,
Nov 17 6 President.
03~ Edgefield Advertiser and Augusta
daily papers will pleaso copy one week.
AGOOD COOK, WASHER and IRON?
ER. Must como well recommended.
Nov 17 Apply at this OFFICE.
MA SPLENDID COTTAGE HOUSE,
'containing Seven Rooms,* all in good
order; and a Eitcbon, containing
Three Rooms-with a good Garden and
fino Welt of wator attached-located on
Gates streot, between Washington and
Assembly. For further particulars and
terms, apply to '
Nev 17 2* ORLANDO Z. BATES.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rrillE copartnership horotoforo existing
X between J. S?LZBACHER and M.
FOOT, under tho name a id finn of J.
S?LZ BAG UER & CO., was dissolved by
mutual consont this day.
All claims against the lato firm should
ho prcsentod to J. Sulzbachor, arid all
debts due the lato Urra should bo paid to
him. J. S?LZ BACHER.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Nov. 16,1868._
The undersigned respectfully informs
tho old patrons of tho firm of J. Snlzba
cher A Co.. that ho will continue tho busi?
ness at tho old stand, and reonoEtea
continuance of their favors.
Nov IT'S J. ?ULZBAClfWIH
IHAVE recently opened a new atoro
(next to E. Stenhouso) where I will bo
found, at ali times, read; to attend to.any?
thing in my linc, such as repairing and
making to order all kimi ?J of PISTOLS,
GUNS, LOOKS, Sta., and will givo particu?
lar attention to repairing SEWING MA?
CHINES, IRON SAFES, ko. Patronage
Nov 12 F. A. SCHNEIDER.
Kew No. 1,2 and 3 Mackerel,
IN KITTS, Quartor, Half arid Wholo
100 boxes No. 1 and Sealed Herrings.
For salojow, by E. A G. D. HOPE.
FINE Northern IRISH POTATOES, for
Nov 10 FISHER St LOWRANCE.
A Lot of
FRESH LEMONS jn*t to baud, and for
salo by G. W. PARKER,
Nov ll _ Agent.
"Wolfe's Schiedam Sohnapps and
Bottled Wines and Liquors."
A Bupply of thoso justly eolobrated
medicinal articles jost roceived and for
salo by FISHER Si LOWRANCE,
Oct 25 tlO Agonts for Columbia.
A Fine Lot of Fresh
MOUNTAIN BUTTER received thia
day, and for salo low by
Nov ll Q.W.PARKER, Agent.
DR. R. W. GIBBES HAS REMOVED
to his new rcsidenco and office-cor?
ner of Plain and Sumter streets, and next
door to office of Drs. Reynolds, Dentists.
Nov 18 imo_?_
" CHEAP SOAP,
FOR family use. No method is so cheap
aa this method, to mako your own
Soap. One pound of Potash at 10 conto,
will, with three or four pounds of fat.
mako all the soap you uso. . Try it and
boy tho Soap Potash at 10 cents a pound.
For Balo by FISHER A HKINITSU,
6BALES Superior COTTON BAGGING
50 coila Greonleaf and Manilla Ropo.
For sale low bv E. A G. D. HOPE.