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Taetiay Morning. Nov. 24, 1??8.
The most unreasoning anti unron
,. jjonnblo portion of the Northern peoy
3?l? assuredly are the editors of the
-radical newspaper?. If tho South is
perfeotly submissive, they assail it
for being moroso and- sullon, uud
?therefore not to bo trusted. If the
"South is freo and out-spoken, nud
states its caso with an indignant sense
of wrong, they denounce it ns ioaur
.rootionary, and thorefore not to be
trusted. If the South is nminble
?nd civil in its speech, seeking re?
dress ia a spirit of entreaty, they fly
into a rogo and charge it with deep
laid plots; wherefore it is not to be
:trusted. It is tho old fabio of tho
-wolf tend tho lamb, over and over
again. Up stream or down stream, it
?8 all tho samo. The PhonLc nud
anany other Southern papers have
moir felt it to bo a part of their duty
to begin a useless nnd purposeless ti?
rade against the nowly-olocted Presi?
dent. Wo have no grent hope of
:Grnnt, wo do confess. Tho little wo
have, is furnished Us by thc radical
.papers themselves. Now, wo do uot
. deny that wo should like to bo able,
not to "steal Grant"-as some of the
Republican papers express it-but to
defeat thc efforts of tho radicals in
his party to get and hold possession
?of him. The South is nt thc mercy
of the party in power. Unless Grant
-?8 moderate in the uso of his power,
'the result in the South will be
deplorable. Ruin the South and
you may not ruin tho North; but you
-will damage it. There's no denying
.this; and we want to make the point
. co plain and clear that Grant will see
it. It Grant does not sec it, wc want
."io make it so plain and clear that
-some wiser man will see it. Tho Lou?
isville Courier-Journal, in an earucst
article on this subject, says: We
?would be willing to forgive oven But?
ler-who is certainly the typo of all
unfamy in the Southern mind, or
Brownlow-who is as near a relation
of thc devil to our mind us uuy other
.'living man-if either of them should
put himself at the head of thc con?
servatism of the country, as Andrew
Johnson tried to do. Wc would not
inquire into motives. We would for?
get by-gone grudges. All wo ask is
Justice; and we maintain that out
spirit is that of truth and soberness,
.-not of cunning and revenge.
As au offset to the defeat ot Air.
Roebuck for tho British House Q?
Commons, we mention the election ol
Mr. Laird, for taking whose hand
and greeting him cordially the radi?
cals of this country have so berated
.Mr. Revordy Johnson. As it is wo!
iknowu that Mr. Laird was during th?
flat? war au aider and abettor of thc
rebellion iu these Southern States, il
is evident that his constituents al
?Ieast do not consider that ho thereby
committed a mortal sin.
CONTKSTKD S?XTS Iii CoNOUESS.
Hhe cost of a seat in the British Pur
hame ut is eomothing beyoud thc
<pur.se of a mau of moderate income
"but if the custom of contesting dec
tiona increases ut the present rnte? it
,this country, we may be able tc
lockou seats iu our national House o
Representatives at a figure quito ai
high. To judge by tho great nuui
'ber of h uah cases, uot only ??> Con
gross, but for different offices in ni
mparts of the country, fraud and cor
ruptiou entirely overpowered jtistici
and decency nt thc lute election
More than twenty seats iu the nos
Congress will be contested, und utan;
-of tho claimants have not the sliglil
est legitimate prospect of .success.
Tho Mormons sny that iu 1832 Jo
Smith prophecicd tho late earth
quakes, and also ordered one of hi
bishops to waru thc poojde of Nei
York and Boston that a good shukiui
was iu store for thom. Tho Soutl
American "quakes" consequently e.\
oiled no surprise, and the Mormo
papers in recording thom spoke con
fidently of tho imminent fate of th
Eastern cities. By telegraphic nt
?mint?, the trembles have roache
Elizabeth town, Now Jersey; so, :
Joe Smith's revelations are to be d<
ponded upon, tho people of Gothai
.had hotter koop a bright look ou
As yet, the only shook they hui
sustained is that of tho money.mai
. i I -. ..ir
A CAIVJ>.-Cireuinstauce:* beyond
my control bnvo cuu6ed tho suspen?
sion' of tho Charleston Mercury. But
the public should not bs lcd to the
couotasion that the paper ia extinct.
Measures are afoot- for issuiu'g it again
on a substantial basis. And it ia ex?
pected to put it forth in a style that
will satisfy every requirement of a
first class Southern newspaper.
R. B. RHETT, JR.,
Proprietor of the Mercury.
Appearances indioute the gathering
of auother political storm in Italy,
the recent successful revolution in
Spain having fanned the smouldering
embers of popular dissatisfaction into
an ardent flame. The presence of
that arch agitator, Mazzini, nt Luga?
no, is also significant-. Several "de?
monstrations" have been made in
different localities, and one very im?
portant, at the theatre of Bologna,
where tbe revolutionary hymus were
domnnded of tho performers. The
modern Italian seems to be au accu?
rate reproduction of the French?
man of ninety-eight, with the same
love of disorder, the same tiger?
ish thirst for blood, the same brutal
courage and vacillating principle.
It would really up pear as though
th o re was a stage in civilization
whero the passions of the people re?
quired to be let off by a kind of safe?
ty-valve, such as gave birth to the
guillotine, the inquisition, and the
orimes of Puritanism. Italy has
seemingly reached it, and in a few
mouths the volcano may be in full
Louis Napoleon dearly shows that
ho is alarmed at the condition of
affairs in his empire. He shows this
by his increased sevevitj' toward the
press of France. He strikes down
presses, and fines and imprisons edi?
tors, as he has never done before.
Even when ho first grasped the reins
of power he was less intolerant aud
deapotio than he is now. Ho is evi?
dently frightened at the rumblings
and tho oscillations of the great
Spanish earthquake. He sits in
dread of the tidal wave.
WASHINGTON GOSSIP.-Tho Wash?
ington letter in the Baltimore Gazette
says that a report is in circulation
there that Russia received only $5,
000,000 of tho 87,200,000 appropri?
ated for the purchase of Alaska. The
rest was paid to journalists, congress?
men, and lobbymeu. Each of the
New York papers received ?10,000.
One M. C. got $250,000. Tho same
correspondent says that the plates of
the one-thousand-dollar bonds were
sent to Philadelphia last year, where
they remained twelve days, and in
that time there were, it is supposed,
spurious bonds to the ?mount o?
880,000,000 struck off.
Another writer says the watch?
word is to be "economy this winter;
that Grant will not get his salary
raised, and Mrs. Grant will not gel
a new White House; that a leading
radical declaros (what is indeed true
enongh) that the Federal Constitu?
tion, as things now stand, has no vi
tality in a single article, section, pa
ragraph, or clause applicable either tc
the executive, legislative, or judicin
departments of tho Government, ant
probably will not for many yoars, i:
over; that a convention ought to b(
called to frame a newoue; that Raw
lins isa statesman, and enjoys the
confidence of General Grant.
It is reported in a Washington
despatch that immediately after tin
receipt of Mr. Washburue's report o
tho action of President Lopez ant
his followers toward tho representa
tives of this Government and Amen
eau citizens in Paraguay, our nev
Minister, Gen. McMahon, and Adtni
ral Davis, were instructed to proccei
to Ascunsion and redress the wrong
said to have been committed.
FlltE AT SEA.-On Tuesday . ven
ing lust, a large vessel was burned a
sea opposite the village of Bridge
hampton, on Long Island. The ven
sol was apparently about ten mile
from laud, and the fire was first -soe
at about 7 o'clock 1\ M., lastin
about four hours. The scene fror
tho laud was awfully sublime. Th
vessel was floating broadsido to land
The flames illuminated tho Heaven
for miles around. Colored rocket
were sent up from the boats of th
burning craft, or other vessels in th
vicinity, assignais of diarreas. Th
night was dark and stormy and
heavy sea running, with a stron
North-east wind, it was impossible t
rondor any assistance from tho shori
Tho fire was distinctly visible i
Grecnport, probably a distanoa c
Eleven stables in different parts (
New York were tired almost simu
taneously yosterday afternoon. Ca]
tain Cameron and Fire Murahi
Bracket held to tho thoory that thc
wero fired by wandering young ru
flans who were but recently ?jecte
by the owners from these stable loft
which they have usually made the
Prom ?tte Pm-Went.
We occasionally receive o copy of
the Frontier Inde.r, published, at pre?
sent, in Bear River City, Wyoming
Territory. We extract tho following
items from the lust number-Novem?
B ELK. VILLE -All ' accounts from
there corroborate each other as to the
dall times and gloomy prospects, and
men who talked in favor of the pince
to save their money invested in lots,
und vowed to stay there this wiuter.
have nlrendy moved to and invested
ut Bear River City.
NOTICE.-Most of the cut-throat
gang ordered to leave have vamosed,
though there aro several hore yet who
have tho mark of the beast lu their
forehead, who had hotter make the
cap fit themselves before Saturday at
mid-night, or climb a telegraph pole.
This means business.
THE RAILROAD.-By gentlemeu
from the East side of Quaking Asp
Mountain, wc aro informed that tho
end of track is fully forty miles from
here, the way the grade wiuds. It is
snowing in the mountains as we
write, and it is now generally conced?
ed, by all sensiblo men, that the cars
will barely run this far by Christ
Inn?. There is no place West of here
that cnn be made n point for any?
thing until we build on the shores of
Salt Lake next spring. We will ship
frnme houses and everything by rail?
road, thou, and as the lumber is
worth more there thou here, W? will
make our winter's rent clear.
WE'UNS POSTMASTER.--Our bond
as postmaster required 81.00 worth
of revenue stamps. We found three
different kinds, amountiug to seven?
ty-six cents, and that being all in the
towu, we authorized the third assist?
ant post master-general to nQix t ho
remainiug twenty-four couts. Good
joke on Geu. Skinner. Our salary in
812.00 per year, nud that won't pay
thc Department's churges for regula?
tions, filling and stamping bonds, and
getting cussed into office. Directly
after taking the iron-clad oath we
swallowed n dose of epsom salts, to
work it off. Grant's term of office
does not commence until March -t,
18G9, so we entertain no fears of
being ousted during this winter, and
if we are it will only be Petroleum
V. Nasby's harpy realized, Which
would be ns good a poi ut for the
Frontier Index to run ou as we would
want. Wo have no use for the office
further than to know that it is run
properly for the beuetit of the com?
munity, and that our own mails come
aud go regularly. Our deputy, how?
ever, Mr. J. Tug Reynolds, is one of
Grant's bushwhackers, and '"trooly
OUR BUSINESS PROSPECTS.-Au
average of 500 wagons pass through
and trade in our town every day.
400 of these are employed hauling
rnilroad ties, stone for bridge piers
and abutments, and in grading the
hills and valleys each Bide of us. The
remaining 100 are freight traiii3from
tho East nud others that como from
the West nud ontfit here. Thousands
of Mormons will do their marketing
hero. Thousands of men iu the tim?
ber nud on the grade are supplied
from here. Col. A. J. Hopper aloue
disburses about ?2,0:0 per month to
his gang of timber-cutters and haul?
ers. At least 5,000 laborers, nrti
zans, mechanics, miners and men of
all trades and professions are prepar?
ing to winter in this fastest of Ame?
rican cities. Times good with every?
body, money plenty and prospects
never better on the face of the earth.
There is no other place for any one
to go to until the curs run into Snit
EuitEKA.-Bear River City, eighty
five miles ench way from the Salt
Lake and Brynn. Tho point from
which mountain engines must start
Enst over tho rim of the great basin,
nud Wost over Echo Mountain. A
mountain of black hematite iron ore
that assnys ninety per cont., bounds
tho town on thc North-west, while
two other mountains of coal are being
developed on thc North aud East
suburbs, which, together with the
boundless beds of pure lire clay, and
the ample water power of Sulphur
Creek, afford facilities for operating
rolling mills, such as arc not to bo
found anywhere else along tho line of
thc great national highway. Oil wells
ure being successfully bored in the
Southern suburbs. At a distance of
ten miles, tho Utah runge affords an
inexaustiblo supply of saw log and
railroad timber. Withiu 200 yards
of thc centro of thecity nro fivo White
Sulphur Springs of tho most superior
quality in tho great mountain region.
Fabulously rich quartz, bearing freo
gold, is discovered withiu a day's
ride, and n large number of miners
nro preparing to develop it. It is
tho point nt which tho Snit Lnko nud
grent mountain wagou, stage, mail
nud telegraph route leaves tho rail?
road to strike it no more practically
East of the shore of Salt Luke. The
greatest conl nud timber station on
tho Uno of tho U. P. R. R. It is tho
last and only town that cnn be built
West of Green Rivor before the rail?
road renches Salt Luke Valley.
Tho Boston Post says: Tho young
rebellion in Florida is striotly a fami?
ly* affair, and should bo hushed to
save scandal. AU thc parties are- ra?
dicals, and all the dirty linen iu tho
wash belongs to their household. It
is n fight for the ofllcos.
Mvsr STAND SQUARE OB BB SET
ASIDE.-The Washington corres?
pondent of the Baltimore Gazette
writes: "As soon os tho radical poli
ticiaus of thc country shali have as?
sembled here, a tremendous pressure
will be brought to bear upon "Gen.
Grunt to force bira into a full recog?
nition and endorsement of their
wildest schemes, even before the
meeting of the electoral colleges in
the several States, and should bo fail
to yield to their views, it is openly
threatened to have the electoral vote
cast for Schnyler Colfax for Presi?
dent. Gen. Grant has become fully
aware ol the designs upon him, and
he is uow absent from this city pre?
paring himself to meet the issue.*'
Two large brick biddings in Water
street, Brooklyn, were destroyed by
fire Thursday morning, about day?
break. One of the walls fell during
the progress of thc fire, and buried
two firemen, mimed Boyhart and
Yorks. They wore taken ont alive,
but shockingly injured. Boyhart
died before he roached home, and
Yerks sustained internal injuries that
are very clangorous. Tho loss on the
property is about S 100,000.
MORE INDIAN WAR.-Despatches
from San Francisco, of Tuesday, give
advices from Arizona to October 18,
which state that the Indians have
commenced a vigorous warfare. Four
successful raids have been made
ngainst the whites near Prescott. Two
men were killed and five wounded.
Tho people were greatly alarmed at
these unexpected attacks, ?nd ap?
Grant's majority in North Caro?
lina, (excluding Yancey, which gives
about 175 Democratic majority,) is
12,470. The total vote of the Suite
is 12,809 larger than that cm the Con?
THE FIRST EIAKD FREEZE.-Ou Fri?
day night Inst, the first ice of the
season was formed in this city. On
water in exposed places it was a cniar
ter of an inch thick.
[Charleston News, 23d.
There isa movement on foot among
politicians on both sides to remove
Superintendent Kennedy, of the New
York police force, on the ground of
various acts of tyranny ami oppres?
sion iu office.
G. II. Cathcart, Esq., formerly of
tho Charleston News, is literary edi?
tor of "This Week"-an American
Journal, social and critical, published
every Saturday, in New York.
The Secretary of the Treasury is
negotiating for the purchase of tho
whole of tiie New York battery, and
has already bought enough of the
frontage for a wharf and basin.
Violent riots took place at Droghe?
da, Ireland, during tho election.
Troops wore called out and fired on
tho mobs. As far as heard, one rioter
was killed and several wounded.
Tho barn anil stables of Mrs.
Richard Manning, of Clarendon Dis?
trict, with horses, corn, ?fcc., were de?
stroyed b}- fire on Monday last.
Doubtless more incendiarism.
On Tuesday of last week, a fire in
Navasota, Texas, destroyed several
AS BOOKKEEPER or CORRESPOND?
ING CLERK, by an Englishman.
Has had soven years experience in an Ac?
countant's Office. Good references and
terms moderate. Address
F. A. GREY,
Jfov 24 I? riirtnix Office.
f?f\ BAGS, consisting of Rio, Lagnvra,
OU Java and Mocha COFFEES, on
hand and for sale, at reduced prices, bv
Nov 24 J. A T. H. AGNF.W.
1A BBLS. "Prime Whito KEROSENE
IX/ OIL, 110 Ure test, on hand and for
sale, at reduced prices, bv tbe barrel and
at retail, bv J. tc T. It. AGNEW.
1 AA !?BLS. Extra Family FLOUR.
Av/V " inst received and for salo by
Nov 24 J. tc T. R. AGNEW.
THE MYSTERY SOLVED.
THE COUGH REMEDY, FOR SALE.
Nov ?2 'I
CITY CI. V. UK'S Or in i .
Coi.t'MniA, November 'J:'., 1808,
IPROPOSALS for supplying tho Alms
House, Hospital, and tho Poor ot tbo
city with GROCERIES and PROVISIONS,
for tbreo months, will bo received at tliis
office. Contract to be niven to tho lowest
bidder. Bids to be left at this oflieo on or
before December 1.
By order of the Citv Council.
A"O\ 24 (\ City Clerk.
Kattie of Magnificent Articles.
C ll Jl IS TM A S PH ES EN TS.
riIHE undersigned hos on exhibition at
JL his establishment, a valuable collec?
tion of articles, which are to bo disposed
of hy Ra file, Christmas Evo. Tho fo.low
ing embraces the list:
5 GOLD WATCHES, sonic of thom dou?
1 VEST CHAIN,
1 EXTRA HEAVY NECK CHAIN.
2 DIAMOND RINGS.
1 SET OPAL STUDS
I SILVER SEGAR CASE.
Eighty chances, at 110 a chance. Th
highest throw has first choice; tho next
Inchest second: and soon.
Nov 21 T. M. POLLOCK.
ZLiOoal Items, I
GASH.-Our terina are strictly cash.
If an advertisement is to be inserted,
hand over the money; if a paper ia
subscribed for, the money must ac?
company thc order-otherwise no
attention will bo paid to them. Thia
is a rule which will be adhered to.
TUE CONCERT.-As already an?
nounced, tho concert by Mr. A.
Koepper aud pupils will come off this
evening, in Carolina Hall. As the
weather ia fine, tho moonlight splen?
did, aud the music of the very best,
a large audionce will doubtless be iu
THE LEGISLATURE.-Under the ue?v
regime, the Legislature convenes in
regular session ou the fourth Tues?
day iu November, instead of the
fourth Monday, as heretofore. That
body, therefore, assembles to-day, ut
12 o'clock, iu Januey's Hall.
Gov. R. K. Scott returned, on
Sunday, from his Northern trip. He
was successful iu raising funds neces?
sary for the present wants of the
State. He will doubtless reoommoud
iu his message (and the Legislature,
it is presumed, will carry it out,) to
fund the interest ou bonds duo np to
July last. It is understood that
North Carolina, Georgia aud Ten?
nessee have made similar arrange?
ments. The in-coming taxes will, ho
thinks, bo sufficient to meet the iutc
rest accruing. The Governor states
that the excitement consequent upou
the electiou having subsided, there
appears to be a perfect flood-tide of
good feeling aud interest manifested
towards the South-tho very best
proof of which is the ease with which
he obtained money for the State, not?
withstanding the fiuuucial panic.
"SOUTHERN EXCURSION PARTY.
A large party of gentlemen and la?
dies left Hngerstown, Maryland, on
Wednesday, on their way for the
Sunny South. Tho party numbered
between forty nod fifty, and left by
way of Washington County and Lui
timor? aud Ohio Railroad, a special
car having been furnished for the oc?
casion by tho Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. The party was raised by
Daniel Dechert, one of the editors of
the Hagerstowu Mail, who goes with
them. Among other gentlemen who
composed the excursion, were J. M.
Cooper, editor of tho Valley Spirit,
Chauibersburg; J. P. Campbell, editor
of the Altooua Vindicator; Wiu. M.
Breslin, editor of the Lebanon Ad?
vertiser, und N. J. Stermin, editor of
the Lancaster Intelligencer. The par?
ty is composed of Marylanders and
We clip the above from tho Balti?
more Sun, of tho 20th. It is hoped
that a cordial reception will be given
to these gentlemen, as tho result ol
their visit may provo of vast impor?
tance. Col. Hammet has tendered c
special train, with which to convey
the party to Greenville. The}
may be expected here during tin
present week, and will bo qtiarterec
CORONER'S INQUEST.-We noticec
in Saturday's issue the death of Mrs
Anna Beechner. On thnt day Coro
uer Johnston held nn inquest ove
the body. A number of witnesse;
were examined, who nil testified t<
tho violent conduct of tho coloree
tvomnn Louisa, trying to enter th<
lionse by battering down the dooi
with n stick of wood, tho marks o
ihc blows being plninly visible on tin
loor. A post-mortem examinntioi
vns held by Dr. E. Cours, assistan
rargeon U. S. A.; assisted by Drs
Uraig, of tho U. S. A., and A. A
Sylvester, City Physician, the latte
laving attended tho deceased sonn
?ight or ton days previous to he
loath. Dr. Coucs, after tho post
norlcm examination, submitted hi
written opinion as to thc causo o
,ho death of tho deceased, in whiol
Drs. Craig nud Sylvester concurred
Dr. Coucs in his testimony sny
'thntthero is no evidenco that th
loath of tho child was caused by
?low." AS to thocau80 of tho dentl
)f tho lady, he says he has no doub
tint that tho occurrence under invoi
jgation wns tho cnuso of tho miscai
riage, and that tho miscarriage wa
the cauao of death. Tho jury c
Inquest renderod a verdict that tho
3oliovod tho donth to bo oaused b
nisonrriugo, and that snid miscarriag
,vas occasioned by fright from th
vernen Loulou violently nttcmptin
:o bronk opon the door with a billi
>f wood, tho deceased at the sam
imo pressing against thc door.
A .ANCE FOR A HANDSOME CHRIS r
MAP -"BESKNT.-Mr. Pollock has on
exbll -ion and for rafllo a number of
valuable articles, either one of which
would be considered a valuable prize.
An advertisement in auother column
gives all "particulars.
The United States Court convened
yesterday, and a largo number o?
jurors were in attendance. Neithe:
Judges Bryan or Chase were present,
the latter being detained in Haleigh
on Superior Clerk business, and the
former in Charleston by bankruptcy
cases. Tho Court dismissed the
jurors until this morning, at 10
o'clock. There is a large amount o:
business on the issue and equity
dockets; besides several crimina',
OWED TO PRINTERS.-When luck?
less printers stoop to credit, and finer
too late that men won't paj*-what
charms eau soothe the scribes who
edit? what art can wash the debt
away? The only art their. ca6e can
better, to wring the money whet:
'tis due, to give repentance to the
debtor, mid ring II?R pocket-is, tc
And sue we wll, nuloss the indi?
viduals who have been furnished witl.
the paper "fora short time," and
who asserted that they "would cal",
and settle in a few days," immediate?
ly como up and liquidate.
The Galcucy, for December, has
como to hand. Tho contents ore, aa
usual, readable. Richard Grant
White favors tho public with another
batch of his twaddle, whioh, though
amusiug enough, aud oecosionally
contaiuing a good idea, is not likely
to supersede the necessity for future
Horne Tookes aud Gould Browns.
Pollard devotes several pages to "The
Confederate Congress," eto. Shel?
don & Co., 498 and 500 Broadway,
New York, are the publishers.
FAST AND CIIEAT PRINTING.- We
have just added a fast card press-of
tho Degener & Weiler patent-to the
machinery of the Phonix office; and
liavo also made additions to our stock
of fancy type, cards, paper, etc.
Persons in want of any styles of
book and job printing, are invited to
juli and examine samples and prices.
CJards printed at shortest notice, and
it prices varying from S3 to $10 per
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post
mice open during tho week from 8%
i. m. to G p. m. On Sundays, from
1 to 5 p. m.
Tho Charleston and Western mails
ire open for delivery at 5 p. m., and
jlose at 8}? p. m. Charleston night
mail open 8)? a. m., close W% p. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
3J.2 a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery "
p. m., closes at 8J.< p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special at
tention is called to the following ad
vertisements, published for the firs
time this morning:
F. A. Grey-Employment Wanted.
J. & T. R. Agnew-Coffee, &c.
D. C. Peixotto & Son-Auctions.
W. T. Walter-To Rent.
J. S. McMahon-Notice.
J. Fisher-Bank Bill Agency.
Miss Kate O'Brien-School.
T. M. Pollock-Raffle.
THAT desirable lot of "LAND Hitnatod oi
Upper Boundary street, and formerl;
occupied by W. Bummer as a nursery. 1
is suitable* for farming, aud wiUproduc
about 1,500 lbs. of Seed Cotton or 20 bush
ols of Wheat to thc acre. Apply to
Nov 24 j3_W. T. WALTER.
Bank Bill and Land Agency.
UNDER Act of Assembly, of Septem
ber. 18C8, all bills of tho Bank of th
State of South Carolina, of $1 or over, an
:latod prior to tho 20th December, 18C(
will be FUNDED in Bonds of tho State o
3outh Carolina, bearing 6 per cont, interee
per annum, from 1st January, 18C9, if prc
nonted previous to this date; othorwist
thev will bo debarred the privilege. Sum
to bo funded must be in even hundredt^
[ will also buy or sell LANDS or City Lot
in anv part of tho Stato. Parties wishin
to sell Lands or Lots will givo mo partie;
?ar description of their property. Thos
Joshing topurchaso will receive imm?diat
answers to inquiries by enclosing a pos
age stamp. Terms moderate.
Former President of Branch Bank, i
Columbia, S. C._ Nov 24 Imo
MI88 KATE O'BRU?N ha
/ftS&L i?g received an appointment :
gjMijHte; TEACHER, under the "Peab
^S^B^?fcdy Fundj" would givo noti<
T*y*aMF that sho is prepared to recci
SCHOLARS, at her residene
:ornor of Lnmber and Marion streets.
Nov 24_ 1
Ale! Ale!!* Ale!!! ~
?)/\ HALFBBLS. "CLAGGET'SCREA
?j VJ ALE," beat in Amorica, for salo lo'
by_ GEO. SYMMEHK.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters.
HAVING mado arrangements, ? ?
koop thom constantly on hand durii
dio season, by retail at $2.00 por gallo
ind in kegs at $2.50 per gallon. All orde
'rom the country promptly attended t
whoo thc cash accompanies tho order.
Nov 21 fi JOHN D. BATF.M AN