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Sunday Morning. December 13. kb?S.
Reception of thc Prr?idt nt'? MCMII ge
In Congres?- Diicuurtcom Treat?
mcnt of the Document tn both
Special despatches to the Now
Herald, ?luted Washington, Decem?
ber 9, aro as follows: Tho Presi?
dent's message roached the Capitol
to-day shortly heforo 1 P. M. It
was flist presented in thc Senate, and
1 about ten minutes later was an?
nounced in the House. It?reception
in both branches wu?, to put it in
tho mildest possible form, very ex?
traordinary. Before it was half read,
the fiery Conness, of California, ob?
jected to listening to it any lougcr,
and a very flat debato followed,
leaving the auditory rather iu doubt
as to whether the dignified Senate
approved the course of the California
Senator or condemned it. Whether
or not a majority of the upper House
sustained the extraordinary motion
of Mr. Conness, the result amounted
to a substantial victory for thc auti
Johu8on element. "What they sought
was to stop the reading of tho Presi?
dent's annual communication and
recommendations, and in this they
certainly succeeded. Ono of the
honorable Senators remarked that it
was evident from the discussion that
the session was destined to bo profit?
less, and moved to adjourn, which
was declared carried, aud the august
assemblage dispersed, somo laughing
as persons who had achieved a very
clever feat, and others looking
thoughtful and serious. Tho result
was brought about in such an unusual
manner, that no one present was sure
whether any decided disrespect of
the Executive was intended or not.
A notable feature of the performance
? was supplied by Senator Drake, of
Missouri. Drake, who, perhaps, is
> as radical as Wendell Phillips him
- self, and who has heretofore steadily
planted himself foremost in tho front
rank of President Johnson's oppo?
nents, raised his voice agaiust the
motion of Mr. Conness, and rather
favored than otherwise hearing the
entire message read. Senator Morteu
interposed his objections, also, to
such an aet of flagrant disrespect to
the Executive of the nation, and in a
most dispassioned tone endeavored
to point out to tho Senuto reasons
why so grent a departure from the
oustom of the body should not bo
upheld. Old Simon Cameron, how?
ever, came to tho rescue of Mr. Con?
ness, and perhaps it WUK the fear that
the motion might be adopted, that
led to so sudden and unexpected nu
adjournment. This result leaves thc
question in the condition of unfinish?
ed business, which must como up
first thing to-morrow morning, and
be met fairly and square.
In the House, though the rcadiug
of the message was completed with?
out interruption, tho disrespect waa
even greater than that displayed by
the Senate. During the reading by
Mr. McPherson, the Clerk of the
Honse, members employed them?
selves in chatting and laughing, pay?
ing about as much attention as if
shown during discussions in Commit?
tee of the Whole. When finally the
last sentence had heen read by the
Clerk, a scene, not paralleled even
by that which occurred when Bout
well made his famous impeachment
speech that lcd to the subsequent ar?
raignment and trial of President
Johnson, followed. Washburne was
apparently disposed to be moderate
' in his manouvres, bat tho course
subsequently pursued by Broomall,
of Pennsylvania, und Schenck, o'
Ohio, swept Washburno's moderatior
completely out of sight. Sehend
was ferocious as a bull-dog, and mov?
ed that no printing of the messag<
whatever be authorized. Broomall
mounted on the Clerk's desk, reae
his vituperative preambles and reso
Intions amid the jeers of Fernande
Wood and tho rost of tho Democrats
side, and tho scene altogether was o
a character more worthy of a bar
room on Water street than tho lowo
House of Congress. The result o
the whole thing was the half defea
of Schenck, who attempted to pla;
the part bf leader for the first timi
siucu poor old Thad's takiug oft', ant
who put on all the airs anel authorit;
that pertain to that position
Schenck had to yield to Washburne'
compromise resolution iii rho end
which providt?d that, instead of ne
printing the message at all, the usuc
number be printed, but no extr
copies. Thus, though the anti-Jobc
son feeling predominated and tr
umphed, Schenck had to draw in lu
horus and submit to bo over-ruled b
Grant's month- piece and the Jae
Rlnnf Eiffbv bf Californio
Senator Yates will introduce, in
few days, a bill to make suffrngo un
versal, which, in conjunction wit
bia bill ou naturalization, will fon
thc most extraordinary inuovntio
that has yet been attempted in tl
direction of entrusting tho affairs <
government to tho whole peopl
without tiny distinction, save that <
sex. Tho Seuator is ia the van t
tho progressive spirits of tho da1
and ardently desires to seo the reai
Kation of Jefferson's doctrino that t
men uro orea I eel free and eqnal. B
nica of citizenship is that it shon
embrace every malo being on tl
continent whosweara allegiance tu tl
United States Government. Every
foreigner, no matter from wheoco ho
couiee, is to bo declared a citizen of
the republic the moment he lands on
these shores and takes the proscribed
oath. His right to- vota according to
length of residence is simply to bo
regulated by State provision, as at
present. He thinks the experiment
should be tried, though it may lead
to strango reBults. He is satisfied
that no danger to onr free institutions
need be apprehended from the
measure. Ho proposes, ns there will
always be & preponderance of intelli?
gence in tho country, to correct the
wayward exoessos of iguoranoe. He
would not bo willing to commit tho
control of tho Government to one or
two huudred men ns enlightened even
as Chsrlos Sumner, and believes that
only iu tho representation of every
element, whether wiso or ignorant,
the true safety of representativo insti?
tutions lies. His naturalization bill
will do away with fraud, and givu tho
honest foreigner tho sarao chanco
that tho dishonest ono now enjoys.
Thc Policy of the Democrutlc Party
of tile State.
Mn. EDITOR: Just at thia time,
there is a good deul said as to tho
policy of tho State. Gov. Scott, in
his first message, deprecates any fur?
ther political agitation. He repeats
Grant, und says-Ictus havo peuce.
In your editorial of yesterday, you
express your gratification at some
ovidence that you have observed of a
disposition on the part of ourpeoplo
to "abandon the excitements of po?
litical contest," and you add tho re?
mark, that "all necessity for tho agi?
tation of political questions, aa furas
wo of the South aro now concerned,
was extinguished by thc Jato elec?
tion." Allow me to suggest that it
will not do for a stuuuch Southern
journal to bo misled by such hura
buggury ns that involved iu tho sen?
timents to which I havo referred.
Of course, every sensiblo mau ad?
mits tho necessity of industrial deve?
lopment at tho South and in this
Statu; but it does not follow that
political agencies and influences must
be abandoned, lt.is very well for a
successful party to pay, "Let us have
no further agitation." it is very
well for the present regime to cry
out. "Let political excitement cease. "
When a man or a party have accom?
plished their object, of course their
motto is "Lot us havo peace."
Now, in the first place, there is no
necessity for this suggestion that po?
litical agitation should cease, inas?
much as this State has had compara- I
tively little of it. An election was
coming no, involving momentous
issues. The. people sought to make
tb'j right, as each ono understood it, ?
prevail. Tho election over, tho peo- ,
plo returned to their pursuits. Whoo
thc occasion shall again arise, I hope
tho same course will bo repeated.
Parties exist. Let them continue to
exist, and let God defend the right.
In tho second place, let me say that
it is idle for any ouc to expect politi?
cal agitation to ceaso, so long as po?
litical wrong exists. Tho Democratic
party lives. It does not iutend to
dio. It is not a factious party. It
will yield a becoming obedienco to
tho laws of tho land. It will sustain
tho authorities in every measure
looking to the interests of the State
and of all classes of the people. Nor
is the South Carolina Democracy
Bourbonic. It will acknowledge the
questions that havo been settled. It
will meet its opponents on issues new,
living, vital. In pence, it will sheathe
its weapons of party warfare. But
whenever tho party bnglo shall sound
its notes, it will again rally its adhe?
rents and seek to mako its causo tri?
umphant. No ! This party cannot
disband. There is work before it.
So long as unworthy elements pro
vail-so long as corruption runs riot
-so long as the best interests of the
State aro sacriliocd upon tho altar of
imbecility and folly-the mission of
the South Carolina Democracy will
bo unfulfilled. It stands ready to re
dcom tho Stato and aavo tho people
Its triumph is decreed. Let us learn
"to labor and to wait."
THE RECENT DIFFICULTY IS TUE
MAMON JAIII.-Tho Darlington De
mocrat gives tho following summary
or the difficulty in Marion:
"Tho prisoners had managed to
break tho doors to tho cells, and,
armed with iron bars and brick-bats,
held and defended the upper story of
tho building. Tho sheriff, fearing
that loss of some valuable life might
result from an assault, bad resolved
on u quiet seizure. Tho prisoners
endured hunger and thirst for two
days, and then surrendered."
Colombia Board of Trade.
AMEETING o? tho Board will bo held
TO-MORUOW EVENING, 14th inst-,
at 7 o'oloek, iu Carolina Hall. By order:
Dec 13 1 lt. O'NEALE. Jr., Bucrotary.
PARTIES having COTTON SEED for
sale, may lind it to their interest to
oall on tho subscribers, or address them
with (ii m LI i io n? per ton or per 100 lbs.
Deo 13 KISHBIt A I.OWtANCE
For salo at
BY a graduate of tim University of dont h
Carolina, a situation a? ASSISTANT
TE A OH Kit in a school, or TU IOU in a
private fauiilv. References furnish?d.
Address TEACHER, Key Box 30,
Dee 18 8* OolumMa P. O.
ALADY, of thorough ability and exp??
rience desires a situation to teach
the ENGLISH BRANCHES, French and
Mathematics, either aa Principal of a
small select school, or as Governess in a
pleasant family. Best of references given
if required. Address X. Y. Z., Columbia,
S1C!_ Dec 133
Billiard Tables for Sale.
FOUR FINE BILLIARD
TABLES, in complote or
ider, Marble and Slate
Beading, with null-. Cues !
and Conni oi * included. Sharp & Ci lilith's i
make. Will be sold low. Call at
Dec 13_ (J. PIERCE'S, i
AND NEW YEAR
PENSONS who aro looking for some?
thing appropriate fjr holiday pr??
sents, will lind no better selection of new
and prettv articles than at
Doe 13 Gt* E. POLLARD'S.
FhantASM Agori A5,
CONSISTING of over Ono Hundred DIS- i
SOLVING VIEWS-embracing Scrip- j
turu!. Historical and Comical Subjects.
Tho Machinery and Effects gotten up at j
great expense-will bo exhibited in Candi- ,
na Hall, TO-MORROW (Monday) EVEN?
ING. This entertainment embraces Heenes
in Sacred Writ; Battles in the late War; 1
besides many Comic Incidents. To which !
will bo added a htilliatit ?iisplav of CHI- I
NESE CHBOMOTHOPE8. For particulars
seo programmes. Doors open at 7 o'clock;
performance commences at 7$. Admission
fiO Couts; Children '25. Doc Lt |
Cheap Overcoats, j
For sale at
J. Sulzbacher's. ?
Furs ! Furs ! !
GREY. BROWN, DRAB Kan
other F U R S, for Ladies and
Misses-some particularly suit
_ ed for elderly ladies' Muffs, Tip?
pets and Collars. Now ia the opportunity
afforded Husbands, Sons and Brothers, to
remember their Wives, Mothers and Sis?
ters. STEELE, Furrier,
No. 313 King street, Sign "f tho Big Hat,
Doe 13 w'2 Charleston, 8. C.
PORT MONIES AND PURSES. |
DECIDEDLY the largest and best Bel? e- j
lion of tho real Russia Leather
POCKET BOOKS and PURSES. Suitable
for ladies and gentlemen, at
E. POLLARD'S. ;
PIPES : PIPES J :
nnHK real Meerschaum and Briar Root j
JL PIPES, the largest and beat selection
ever offered in this city. Also a fine as- |
Bortment of Cherry Stoms, willi a variety
nf Meerschaum Sogai Holders and Tobac?
co Bags. Just received at
JUST opened, a largo lot of fino polished
CANES, both heavy and light. Also
some pretty fancy Canos, at
Dee 13 Imo*;*_ E. POLLARD'S
Pectoral Congh Candy.
TUE beat Cough Remedy in thc world.
It stands pre-eminent for public
speakers, particularly Lawyers and Di?
vines, as it gives clearness and distinct?
ness to tho voice and fortifies the lungs
for any future emergency. No ono should
bo without it when tho changes in the
weather aro so frequent. Wo would advino
you to keen thisarticlo of Cough Candy by
you, for it is very convenient and plcasaut
to tako, until all signs and symptoms of
vour Cough or Cold has entirely disap
peared. For salo at E. POLLARD'S.
KIN AR D ' S
Wc have just received from
New York a very large as
sortmentof DRESS GOODS,
of every description, which
v^e have purchased at greatly
reduced prices. Wc are able,
therefore, to sell them very
cheap. Those wanting bar?
gains in Dress Goods wil
please give us a call.
We have received by last
steamer from New York, a
largo supply of Domestic
Goods, which we are able to
sell at low figures.
A large assortment of
Carpetings, Oil Cloths and
M. L. KIN ARD.
ON iud arter the lit of January next,
tho stylo of our firm will bo J. If. &
M L. KIN ARD. JOHN H. KI MA RD.
Deo 13 MELVIN L. Kl NA Ul J.
Bagging, Rope, and Iron Ties.
6BALES Superior SAUCING,
f 0 Coils Greenlear ami Manilla Hope,
2,000 lbs. Arrow Tics, for salo low l>y
Dtc 1 li. A O. D. HOP, :.
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For SH lo III
J. Sulzbacher's. j
Cliarlotto & South Carolina and Co-i
lumbia cc Augusta R. R. Companies, j
COLUMBIA, S. C., Dcci tuber lit, \HI>H
ON and after WEDNESDAY, tbo Kith
instant, the Trains over there Bonds |
will run us follows, viz:
OOINO s-.r i H.
Leave Charlotte at... .. 11.85 p. ut.
Arrive at Columbia ?il .... 6 00 ii. m.
Lcnvo Columbia at ... H.HO a. m.
Arrive at Gruniteville at .... '? IS p. tn.
(.tel Xii XORTU.
Leave- Oraniteville at. 7.??0 a. III.
Arrive ai. Columbia ?.t.. . 1.30 p. m. i
Leave Columbia at .4 15 p. ni.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.10p. m.
n*- Closo connection at Charlotte, with
North Carolina Itailroad; at Columbia,
with South Carolina airj Greenville and
Columbia Itailroads, and ut Gratiitovillu,
with South Carolina Railroad Trains.
u??" Passengers for tho North, taking
ibis route, have the choice of FOCH DIF- l
FE HE NT BOUTES, viz: From Greene
boro, either via Danville or Raleigh.
From Weldon, either via Petersburg or j
Portsmouth; and from Portsmouth, either
via Old Ray Uno and Baltimore or Anna-1
mossie Line mid Wilmington, Delaware.
?rr TIMI'. AS QUIC K and FAKE AS I
I.OW ne by :<?iv other route.
BAGGAGE CHECKED TMROUGH.
For TB ROUGH TICKETS to Richmond.
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and
NJ 'V York,apply at Ticket Ofticc, fool Plan
Au Accommodation Train will be rmi
Leave Columbia un Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays al 7 A. M., arriving at
Charlotte nt G.35 P. M.
Returning-leave Charlotte on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at <"> A. M., ar?
riving at Columbia itt 5 05 P. M
Passengers taking tho 0 A. M. Ti aili
from Charlotte can connect with Night
Traiu of South Carolina Road for Charles?
ton. Passengers from Charleston can-by
leaving tho South Carolina Train at Junc?
tion-connect with tho 7 A. M. Train from
Columbia. CALEB BOUKNIGHT,
Doc 13 Superintendent.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnaps.
AFRESH SUPPLY received todav, bv
Dec 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.^
E. E. JACKSON'S.
Fine Combs and Brashes
?JpiOR CHRISTMAS -
_E. E. JACKSON'S.
Fine Meerschaum Pipes
E. E. JACKSON'S.
A OHR?STMA8 FESTIVAL, for the be
jt\, neflt of Trinity Church, wi'l bo hold
at Gregg's Hall, on tho evenings of
WEDNESDAY, 10r?. THURSDAY, 17TU
and FRIDAY, 18Tn ot Dccembor.
The entertainment will consist of Tab?
leaux. Music. Refreshments, and a Christ?
mas Tree. Contributions may bc sent to
the Hall on cither of tho days specified,
from 10 o'clock a. m. to 6 p. m.-or before
that time, to MrB. Darby, Mrs. Fisher,
Min? Hampton, or Mi-s LaBordo.
Admission to Hall and Tableaux-25 ots
These are reliable. For salo by
E. E. JACKSON,
Doc 10 6_Plain street.
Strayed pr Stolon,
171 ROM the subscriber, about two weeks
; ago, a COW ANO CALF. Tho cow is
white-backed, with red nidos, and ono of
ber horne ia stippe* Tho calf is tho same
color <>r the cow.
Anv information concerning the samo
wdl be thankfully received and liberally
rewarded by J. H. KOHLIER.
Doo 8 6*_
-, THE undersigned has REMOVED
VTA from his old stand on Assembly
J?jfc street, and eau now bo found at
tile ?tore of Mr. Jamos Smith, on Plain
?tiret. Ho repairs Watches and Jewelry,
as usual. JOHN VEAL.
Deo ll 6
The House waa not ie session yes?
terday-the reason assigned being
necessary repairs to tho building.
The United ?tates. Conrt was occu?
pied all day, yesterday, by tho Equi?
ty ease commenced tho day before.
Mr. Pollard appears prominently
before thc public this morning, and
aunounccs the opening of n variety
of neat, useful and ornamental arti?
cles, suitable for Christmas. In
lookiug for holiday presents, don't
forgot to give him n call.
Castello fulfilled his promises. The
"Halt in tho Desert" was superb; the
India rubber mun unequalled; the
bare-back riding excellent ; and the
trnpeze feats wonderful; while the
band chariot is a model of beauty.
The Superintendent of thc gus
works requests ns to inform con?
sumers that it is necessary their gas
meters should be protected during
this cold weather-otherwise they
wiil freeze, und thus stop the How of
THROUGH FROM CHARLOTTE TO AU?
GUSTA.-On and after Wednesday
next, thc Charlotte and South Caro?
lina Railroad trains will run through
daily from Charlotte, N. C., to Oru
niteville, S. C.-connecting with tho
South Carolina Railroad train for
Augusta. This will be gratifying iu
telligeneo for tho citizens of Lexing?
ton and Edgefield.
Dmiug the passage of Dan Costel?
lo's procession through the streets,
yesterday, the horse attached to thc
wagon of Messrs. Fisher & Lowrance,
became frightened at tho unusual
spectacle, ran off and smashed thc ve?
hicle into smithereens. Several other
teams were stampeded, but no seri?
ous damage occurred that wo have
NEW COOKS AT KINAIUJ'S.- Such is
tho heading of an advertisement in
another column; and coming fron
thc source which it does, will not fai
to attract the attention of thc ladies
Mr. J. H. Kiuard is one of our oldesl
dry goods merchants, and is nu fui
in all that pertains to the business.
CoTtoMKit's INQUEST.-Au inquest
was held ut Lukin's Mill, in Fairliek
County, on Thursday, tho 2Gtl
ultimo, over the dead body of Wil
liam Parr, "colored." Tho jury
nftcr examining thc body and hear
ing tho testimony, rendered a verdie
that William Parr CUBIC to his deatl
from tho effects of a loaded pistol ii
and by tho hands of ono Paul Snber
"colored," at Cole's Shanty, Spai
tanburg and Union Railroad, on Fri
day evening, the 20th Novemboi
CASH.-Our turma aro strictly casi
If an advertisement is to boinsertec:
band over the money; if a paper i
subscribed for, tho money must a<
company tho order-otherwise n
attention will bo paid to them. TJi
is a role which will be adhered to.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAV.
Trinity Churoh-Rev. P. J. Sham
Rector, 10>? a. m. and 4 p. m.
St. Peter'? Church-Row J. ,
O'Connell, Pastor, 10 a. m. and
Marion Street Church-Rev. M
E. G. Gage, 10}.? a. m. ; Rev. J. ]
McFerrin, D. D., p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Re
J. B. McFerrin, D. D., 10)..' a. m
Rev. Mr. Talley, 3J<? p. m.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. i
R. Rudo, 10 j J a. m.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. ]
Bogg8, \0x/? a. m. and 7 p. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Re
nolds, 10;? a. m.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The pc
office open during tho week from 8
a. m. to 6 p. m. On Sundays, frc
4 to 5 p. m.
Tho Charleston and Western ma
are open for delivery at 5 p. m., ai
close at >S 1J p. m. Charleston nig
mail open 8)? a. m., close 4)? p. m
Northern-Open ior delivery
81 j a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery
p. m., e-loses at 8].J p. m.
FAST AND CHEAP PRINTING.-\
have just added a fast card press
the Degener ?fe Weiler patent-to tl
machinery of tho Phonix office; ai
have also made additions to our stn
of fancy typo, cards, paper, el
Persons in want of any styles
book and job printing, nw invited
call and examino samples and prio<
Cards printed at shortest notice, ai
at prices varying from $3 to $10 r.
exhibition is advertised for to-morrow
night, in Carolina Hall. Don't ask
what it means, but go and see for
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. -Special ai
ten (ion is called to the following ad?
vertisements, published for the first
time this morning:
Wanted-Addresa Key Box 80.
Walter Steele-Furs, Furs.
Charlotte and S. C. Railroad.
M. L. Kinari!-New (roods, &e.
P. F. Frazee-Sheriff's Sale.
E. Pollard-Specialities, &o.
X. Y. Z-Wanted.
( i rand Combi'n Phantasmagoria.
Meeting Board of Trade.
Fisher Sc Lowrance-Cotton Seed.
C. F. Jackson-Christmas, 1868.
G. Dicrcks-Billiard Tables.
J. Sulzbacber-Cheap Overcoats.
CALISAYA BANK.-It is said that
Messrs. Druko & Co. (proprietors
of tho PLANTATION BITTEBS) are the
largest importers of Calisaya Bark
in this country, and that, with the
exception of an occasional sale, all
they import is used in the compound?
ing of their celebrated PLANTATION
BITTERS-to which they undoubtedly
are indebted for their wonderfnl
health-restoring properties. As a
Tonic and Appetizor they aro not
surpassed, and wo cheerfully recom?
mend them. All first-class Druggists
keep them for salo.
MAGNOLIA WATER-Superior to tho
best imported German Cologne, and
sold at half the price. Dlltlt3
Light, Light. .
-1 f\ BULB. Prune White KEROSEN?
?\f OIL. 110 fire test, on hand and for
ssh-, nt reduced prices, by tho barrel and
at retail, by _J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Wines and Liquors.
STOCK unusually fall of tho choicest
brands SCOTCH WHISKEY, Franck
Brandy, Kentucky and Corn Whiskey,
Champagne, Claret, Rhine Wines, Sherry.
Madeira and Port Wines. For sale at
lowest prices, ace.ordinR to qualitv.
Dec 10 GEO. S Y MME US.
1 Ail WHOLE. HALF and QUARTER
JUJU Boxes Laver RAISINS.
1,000 Lbs. S. S. Almonds, Pecans, Brasil
NUTS and Filberts.
f> Boxes Leghorn Citron,
.2.r) Doz. English Pickles, Chow Chor.
75 Boxes No. 1 Canton Fire Crackers.
20 Baskets Heidsiek Champagne. SES
A completo stock of Jellies, Preserves,
Canned Fruits, Ac., ?Ve., all frosh and for
sale low bv E. A G. D. HOPE. '
Newark Oider-First of the Season.
2BBLS. for salo, on draught, by
Deo 10 GEO SYMMER3.
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
8BOXES ROSE BUD, very flue,
4 boxos Commouwealth, very tine,
" 1 boxes Dew Drop, very Ano,
2 cases nnro Virginia Leaf Smoking To?
bacco, half and whole boxos.
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
f* Dee 10 Main street, rear Post Office.
SCHWITZ ER, Limberger and German
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
Dec 10 Main street, near Post Office.
Office State Treasury,
DKCEMBEB 7, 1868.
BILLS of the Bunk of tho State or South
Carolina, lodged at this Offico, to be
FUNDED under an Act of the General
Assembly, entitled "An Act to close th*
operations of tho Bank of tho State of
South Carolina," will bo funded in suma of
$500 and $1,000; bonds being prepared
only for each amounts.
NILES G. PARKER,
Dec S G Treasurer State 8. 0.
EXTRA Fine GOSHEN BUTTER and
Ooshen Choose, low for cash at
Doc 8 G. DIEBCK8'
Violin and Guitar Strings.-The
?.^-^ THESE STRINGS aro instly
Jf^O^-d. celebrated for their durability,
^JJWjpurity and clear sweet tone.
A fine selection of VIOLIN BOWS, Vio?
lin Screws, Tail Boards and Bridges, se?
lected with great care by
Dec St 12!_g. POLLARD.
MTHE COTTAGE HOUSE, near the
Arsenal, occupied at present by Mr.
J. A. DearmoD. Possession given
1st January. Apply to
Doc 0m th T. J. A H. M. GIB8QN.
pr /\ BOXES No. 1 GOLDEN CHOP,
ylj 10 boxes large Cannon Crackers,
which make a tremendous loud report.
Just received at E. POLLARD'S.
Rats,! Rats'.! Rats!!!
HARVEY'S CURE-For RATS, Mice,
Roaches, Ants, Ac. This extermi?
nator is effectual for the destruction of
Rats. It is belier luau any other prepa?
ration. It compels mts and mice to avoid
their holes or nests after eating it, and to
Beek the open air until they die. Look
aftor your Corn-cribs and store- mums.
For sale by FISHER & HEINITSU,
Dec 8 t_Dragglats,
THE HOME SHUTTLE
THE BEST FAMILY MACHINE lu
market-being simple, compact, and
durable. It will hem, fell, bind, cord,
braid, seam, quilt, tuok, rufflo, hem-stitch,
gather and sew on at tho same time, and
works equally well o:> coarse or fine goods,
with silk, linen or cotton thread; make?
tho genuine I/>ck Stitch, alike on both
sides, and will not rip. FURNISHED AT
THE LOW PU1CE or $25, and warranted.
Please call and examine, at
Mas. M. A. MCALLISTER'S,
Dec 8 0* Camden street.
DU. R. W. OIBBE3 HAS REMOVED
to his now residence and oftiefl-cor?
ner of Plain and Sumter ntreeta. and next
door to office of Dra. Itevnolda, Dentista.
Nov 13 Imo