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Sunday Morning, november 3,1867, Rather Encooroglng. In several or tic! ea on the cotton question, which we have published in tho Phoenix, we were constrained to present a gloomy picture of the future of our great staple. The New York World, while it admits that it requires no little courage to entertain and express a favorable opinion re? specting the commercial position of cotton, gives us a moro hopeful view, sustained by some facts and figures, than anything we have seen written on the sabjeot within the past few months. There have been heavy \CM*M in several extensive operations in the city of New York; but much of these losses, we think very correctly, the World attributes to the setting of non-commercial theories against a few commercial facts. In November, 1865, the price of middling cotton was pushed up in tho New York market from 44 to 65 cents per pound-from which there has been a steady decline to the close of last week, when the same grade was quoted at 18 cents. The World says that among the recent transactions was a sale of 500 bales, ab 10 cents, which cost about 56 cents per pound -the loss upon -which, exclusive of storage, insurance and other charges, . was over $85,000. The decline that has taken place in the prie o of cotton within the past year has bankrupted some of the oldest and wealthiest mercantile houses in the country. But even in this gloomy condition of the staple and its price, there are some facts which ought not to be overlooked. The average price of middling cotton before the war was ll cents per pound in gold, equal now-taking the depreciation of cur? rency, and the direct tax on the arti? cle, into consideration-to about 18).< cents; but tho cost of raising cotton has nearly doubled, and at least 22 couts per pound is necessary to return the planter bia first cost. Again, the crop now coming to market, even should it reuch the highest estimate mudo, comes upon markets nearly bare, whereas the stock this time last year was some? thing about 800,000 bales. As tho World says, we have to replenish our stocks instead of drawing from them, and this alone will dispose of any increased gr?wth, should there be any; which we very much doubt. The wants of Europe for the coming year will certainly not be less than those of the past year, and if this ?country be not able to increase its exports, and the Liverpool operators become convinced of the fact, there will doubtless be an advance in the price. Such is the view which our con? servative cotempornry in Now York takes of the present and future prices of onr staple; but our planting friends should remember, as doubtless they will, that at all times, there were many contingencia which upset their most favorable calculations; and that these contingencies are now increas? ed four-fold. Cotton has treated its friends too badly of late, to win back the old confidence they were accus? tomed to place in it. We think they should not plant largely, for with the increase of production, must come a decline in prices. A NEW POLITICALSOIIEME.-Ou tho 14th of Nov?:ubcr-three days before the meeting of Congress-a large number of prominent Southern poli? ticians have arranged to assemble in Washington, for the purpose o? taking advantage of the disturbed condition of public affairs which they expect to exist at that time, to obtain concessions from Congross for what they aro pleased to call "the relief of tho Southern people." Their programme of action will de? pend greatly on tho result of tho No? vember campaign, as thoy intend, il tho elections result favorably to th? radicals, to urge the President to ac copt tho logic of events, and by bend? ing towards tho congressional policy of reconstruction, assist them in ob faining tho concessions from Con gross which they will foel empowered to demand, if tho Democrats aro sue oossful. Considerable correspondent hus passed between different partie; regarding this movement, and sove ml gontlomcu have interested them .selves in it with a desire to direct ii to a beneficial result. So says For? ney. I. O. O. F. Ai the las* meeting of tho Right Worthy Grand Lodge of the State of Kentucky, a committee was appoint? ed to solicit subseripiiona from the; subordinate lodges throughout that State, in behrdf of the destitute widows and orphans of the Southern jurisdictions, and to distribute such donations amongst the several South? ern States. The sum raised amount? ed to $4,5S6.79, of which $400 was apportioned to this State. In the regular report of the committee, as published in the Louisville Journal, we find the following acknowledg? ment of Grand Secretary John H. Honour, of this State : "I have been roquested by Grand Master Richard Caldwell, to neknc^ iedge the receipt of the generous con tribut iou of our brothers of the State of Kentucky, for the destitute widows and orphans of our own State. In doing so, permit rn*, in their name, to tender you thoir grate? ful thanks, and to assure you it is both timely and needed. "This .tot of our Kentucky breth? ren fully illustrates that noblo princi? ple of our beloved order, which re? cognizes no elimo or section, regards all oonnected with it as members of a common family, each one of whom is mutually interested in the welfare and happiness of the other. The maintenance of this principle will tend greatly to soften prejudices and harmonize conflicting elements. May you receive iu returu for what you have given an hundred fold; having 'cast your bread upon tho waters,' may it retnrn to you not many days hence. Tho blessings of Heaven will rest upon you, inasmuch as you will have caused tho widows' heart to sing for joy." John Seigling, Esq., an old and highly valued resident of Charleston, died in that city, on the 1st instant. Mr. S. had been engaged iu the sale of music and musical instruments fur many years. ? ?+ ? *? NEW TAX BILL.-The Charleston Courter, of Saturday, anya: "As South Carolina is now in the anomalous condition of a State, with? out a Legislature, and as we cannot, even under the Reconstruction Acts, havo a now State Legislature-for nt least several months to come-to pro? vide taxation to carry'on tho State government, Gen. Canby and Gov. Orr are, we learn, engaged in con? cocting a now tax bill to cany on the Provisional State Government, or the remnant of it that is left. Assuming such to be the fact, we would em? broco the occasion to urge on thc General and the Governor carefully to revise the existing tax bill, and avoid the numerous errors committed, and the gross injustice done, in many instances, by our late Legislature, in the enactment of that measure." ORDER FROM GEN. CANNY.-- The Charleston News, of Saturday, says: "General Canby has issued an or? der declaring what challenges alleged in the registration hst? are suffioient, and what aro insufficient. Among suffioient causes aro, having been coroner, captain of patrol, or acting constable; but holding tho office of assistant postmaster, aid on Gover? nor's staff, or overseer of the poor, was insufficient. Among acts estab? lishing the charge of aiding and abetting the rebellion, and furnish? ing horses, encouraging men to en? list, selling provisions to Confederate service, encouraging war by speeches, and being in company with raiders when a man was shot. Among in? sufficient causes were, aiding son in Confederate service, and being 'bad rebel, regarded as disloyal to the United States;' but a sufficient cause was being 'born in Africa.' " The Mercury, noticing tho same order, says : "An order has been issued from tho headquarters of this Military District, purporting ' set forth the qualifications of voters, which is a great political curiosity. Among B?ino of the striking disqualifications are tho following: Having been an acting constable, or a commissioner of public schools, or a commissioner of works. 'Furnishing horses to tho rebellion by sale,' is held to bo suffi? cient proof of aiding thc rebellion; born in Africa." "MAUSIJAL NEY."-In tho church yard of the Third Creek Church, say < a S?rth Carolina correspondent, I once stood besido tho grave of a man wno lived and died asserting that he was the verit-nhlo Marchai ?Ney. His own account was that he was sentenced to death, but that, through the interference of friends at Court, tho execution was a sham, flo was put into a coffin, but, instead of being buried, ho was taken to the coast, thence to America, and that he sought the interior for privacy. Certain it is, they say, ho was a martial figure, a fine" French scholar. He taught school in Rowan, and al? ways maintained that ho was tho genuino Marshal Ney. . It is said that $50,000,000 would hardly cover tho cost of buildings in progress in New York. The Baltimore Gazette, in nomment' ing upon the Virginia elections, speaks of the indiff?rence to nogrc domination manifested by the NortS ern people, who, it happily says, "are sitting aa the people were sitting in the eirena of Pompeii when the tight? enings began to play fitfully over Vesuvius, and ?be first flakes of the ashy shower which afterwards en veloped t. um, went drifting through the air.''_ MOUE GOOD OTTIZENB GONE-DEATH OF MB. DAVID MIL-LINO, MB. J. Y. MILLS ANO MB. GEOBOE GLOVER. Again are we called upon to note the deaths of more worthy citizens. Tliose whose names are given above have all departed about the same time. It is sod to have such a record to make at this time, when good men and true are so mnoh needed in our District.- Win.nM.boTO Netos. A ship canal through the Florida peninsula is advocated by the South? ern newspapers. Snob a canal would be less than a hundred miles long, and would shorten the voyage from New Orleans to New York several days, and be the means of avoiding the dangers of the Florida coast. RECEIPTS AT THE CCSTOM HOUSE. The following are the receipts at the Charleston Custom House for the monthof October: Imports, $28,542; merchandize in warehouse, 841,215; merchandize warehoused during the month, 1,400. MARRIED. At tho Calvary Baptist Church, on Wed? nesday evening, 80th October, bv tho Rev. 8amuol Johnson, GREEN SMITH to VIR? GINIA MITCHELL, aU of this city. SEED RYE ! SEED RYE ! pr i\ BUSHELS SEED RYE for salo. Bv OVJ Nov 3 ALFRED TOLLESON. " Columbia Board of Trade. r|MIE regular monthly meeting of thia J. Board will b? held at Gibbes' Hall, TO-MOHROW EVENING, tho 4th inst., at 7 o'clock. It. O'NEALE, Ja., Nov 3 1 Secretary. Attention, Palmetto Base Ball Club. YOU aro horubv ordernd to assomblo at Gibbes' nail, TO-MORROW (Hon Tlay) AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock precisely. A punctual attendance ia reepjestcd. By order of the President. Nov 31* F. P. BEARD, Sec'y. SCOTLAND AND BURNS. "Land o' cakes and britber Scots." AMEETING will be hold at Hook and Laddor Hall, TO-MORROW EVEN? ING, November 4, nt 7 o'clock, for the pur? pose of re-organizuig the Burns Club. All admirers of tho Bard are requested t.i be present. JOHN JEANS. Nov g _1? Don't forget. Tho only sure cough euro is Stanley's celebrated Cough Syrup. Sold by Fisher and Heinits'u. Notice. THE Court of Appeals will meet at Co? lumbia, on tho FOURTH MONDAY of November, 23th inst. Applicants for admission to tho Bar will be examined on WEDNESDAY, tho 27th. Petitions must bc tiled on the first day of the term. Appeals from the Middle Circuit will bo first heard; immediately thereafter, ap? peals from the Western,"Northern, South? ern and Eastern Circuits, successively; and lastly, appeals from Charleston. Pursuant to adjournment, the Court of Errors will assemble on the FIRST MON? DAY of December next. By order. JOHN WATTES, Nov 3 3 17 _Clerk Court of Appeals. Scrofula, or King's Kvil, is cured by using Hoinitsh's Queen's Delight. Gibson's Butter. RECEIVED last night, fresh from his farm. FISHER A LOWRANCE. Nov 2 Apples, Apples. FRESH Mountain APPLES, at il.50 per bushel. FISHER dc LOWRANCE. Nov 2 Wanted. QOn SECOND HAND CORN HAGS. \j\/\J FISHER .t LOWRANCE. Nov 2 Corn, Corn. DAILY ARRIVALS, at tho lowest prices sinco tho war. Nov 2 _FISHER & LOWRANCE. Thc Itfr. of all flesh, ls blood. Tho health of all lifo is pure flesh. Pure blood koops out all diseases. Tho Queen's De? light purifies the blood. CHEAP WOOD. THE subscriber, having received a largo supply of good OAK WOOD, ollera to lill or .era, large or small. Orders may bo left with the Agent ut tho Charlotte Railroad Depot, at J. G. Gibbes' store, or with tho undersigned. Terms -Delivered at Dopot, $4.25 per Cord; delivered in city, $5 per cord. Nov 2 3_J. P. THOMAS. What is this Medicine, called "Hei nitsh's Queen's Delight?" IT is a valuable compound of Roots and Gums, discovered and prepared on pharmaceutical principles by a practical chemist. It is found, upon trial of moro than 2,000 caBcs, to bo the/only euro blood purifier, and will euro all those inveterate and stubborn diseases which ariso from impurity of tho blood; and whilst it docs this, it exerts a powerful inflnenco over tho whole system, invigorating s.2d f&tlor I ing toe weak and crippled organs of tho body ti? healthy action._ Nov 2 Omo Change of Schedule on the Green? ville and Columbia Railroad. BREAKFAST HOUSE AT ALSTON. Train arrives at 7.15 a. m., and by order of General Superintendent, ampio time allowed for BREAKFAST. MRS. M. A. ELKIN A SON. _Oct 81 _hao_ Helnttnh'? (loren's Delight, for Tot? ter, Pimples, Blotches, and Emptions on tho face. Drugs and Medicine*, wholesale and retad, as ckoap as any city in tho World, at Finner A Hcimtsh's now store. Your beauty, your health, your easo may bc restored, by using Heinitsh's } Queen's Delight. A recent dodge of thieves is to pre- ; tend drunkenness and insist upon shaking hands -with the intended victim. If he wears a valuable ring, it is liable to be missed afterwards. The Lancaster Ltdger announces the death of Captain James M. In? gram, a prominent and well known citizen of that District. The New York Evening Post has a good editorial word to say in favor of female telegraphers. About thirty women are engaged at work in that oity. Wo begin to hear from Alaska. This is the item: "20,000 pounds of j walrus tusks arrived in one vessel at San Francisco from Alaska." English contractors have taken the job of building a railroad from Indian ola, Texas, to San Antonia, and will begin work at once. Trinity Church spire, which is already one of the most prominent in New York, is to bo raised ninety feet. A lp.rge number of immigrants from Birmingham, England, will shortly arrive in Nashville. What shape is a kiss? Elliptical (a lip tickle.) The new Court House in New York will cost $10,000,000. Dr. George Smith's Dental Labora? tory. THE subscriber offers induce? ments-in the way of GOOD WORK ?and LOW PRICES-to one and all requiring his professional services. Give him a call. Perfect satisfaction guaran? teed or no charge Office on Oamden stroet, nearly opposito the Park. Nov 3_ TANNEY'S HALL ONE NIGHT MORE OF THE BA?UY TROtlPEt ASSISTED BY SEVERAL AMATEURS. THIS POPULAR TROUPE will give one more of their pleasing entertainments, at thc above-named Hall, TO-MORROW EVENING, NOV. 4, For the benefit of MRS. E. KIRKLAND, when will be presented the thrilling drama of tho WEPT OP THE WISII-TON-WIS' Mr. J. R. LAWRENCE, in his favorite character of CONANCHET. (Chief of the Naragansott*;) MUS. E. KIRKLAND as NARRAMATI AH. Olio of COMIC SONGS und FANCY DANCES. The whole to conclude with a LAUGH? ABLE FAltCK. Admission 50 cents; Children half price. Doors open at 7, performance to com monce at half-past 7 o'clock._Nov il ' HAMS AND BACON. * TIERCES Baltimore City-Cured PIG ) HAMS. '2,000 lbs. Sugar-Cured Breakfast Racon. S ?rkins Choice Goshen Butter. Just to hand, and for sale low. Oct 31_GEORGE 8YMMERS. WINES AND LIQUORS. TUST RECEIVED, Pure WHISKEYS and RRANDIES, Sherry and Madeira Wines, choice, Champagne, favorite brands, Old Tom and Holland Gin, Jamaica Rum. Ac. Guaranteed pure. Oct 31 GEORGE SYMMERS. RAISINS, &c. NEW LAVER RAISINS, assorted pack? ages. Now Citron, Currants and Prunes, Jollies, assorted; Canned Fruits, Vege? tables, Fish, Ac. Oct 31 GEORGE SYMMERS. Wolfe'* Se ii iniii.ni Schuapps are good for Rheumatism. Fresh Mountain Butter. -| f\ KITS Choice North Carolina BUT _|_V" TER, just received and for sale low, bv tho kit or at rotail. "Oct 24__J. A T. lt. AGNEW. HAMS ! HAMS!'. 1 AA CHOICE BALTIMORE HAMS, JLVf vf just receivod, and for aale, bv Oot 2? J. A T. R. AGNEW. Wolfe's Sch leda m Schnaps aro good for colic and pain in tho stomach. 2,000 Pounds English Blue Stone, FOR sale low, bv Oct 31 FISHER A IIE1NITSH. ? Dew of nu Alp?.-This cordial !:as only to bo tasted to bo appreciated. Fish! Pish!! DUTCH HERRING. 400 lbs. SMOKED HALIBUT. Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel. " No. 3 Bbls. Bluo Fish. 400 lbs. splendid Codfish. _ Oct 25 _ JOHN O. SEEGERS A CO._ Wolfe's Hcliledam Schnapp* is tho purest liquor manufactured in tho world. Buckwheat Flour, SELF-RAI?ING-G lb. papers. Oct 25 JOHN OJEEOERS A Ct ). Fainted Cotton Ties. mitY DILLON'S UNIVERSAL TIE. X It is tho most simple, The strongest, The most economical, and Tho best TIE in use. For salo by J. A T. R. AGNEW. Oct 29_ Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro good for^all urinary complaints. STATE IHLLS, GREENVILLE AND COLUMBLV RAIL? ROAD BONDS, (guarantee,) wanted by THOS. E. GREGG A CO. For salo, FIRST MORTGAGE NORTH? EASTERN RAILROAD BONDS. Oct 1?_ 100 Sacks Family Flour, "1 AA SACK8 SALT, XUU 5 tierces now Sugar-Cured Hams, 5 hlnls. Bacon Sides, 200 bushels old White Corn, by Ort li E. A G. D. HOPE. Ziooal y.t&Txx, PETERSON ron DECKMBEB.-"We are indebted to J. J. MoOartor, Esq., for a copy of Peterson, for next month. It is the oheapest lady's magazine published, and the number before us is a perfect bijou. Dr. George Smith informs those in need of relief from a "raging tooth," or who aro desirous of having any deficiencies in their masticators sup? plied, that he is prepared to work at as low a rate as any dentist in the United States, and promises entire satisfaction. BURNS CLOD.-A notice is published in another column, signed by Mr. Jeans, tho President of the old club, calling on his fellow-countrymen and all who venerate the Scottish bard, to assist in re-organizing the club, and to make arrangements for celebrating the 25th. A meeting for this purpose is to bo held to-morrow night, in the Pheonix Hook and Ladder Hall. The flattering encouragement rej coived by tho Bailey troupe, has in? duced tho manager to remain another night; and on Mouday, with assist? ance of several amateurs, will present the admired drama of tho "Wopt of the Wish-ton-wish;" and in order to dispel all unpleasant recollections of the fate of the unfortunate red-skins, the drama will bo followed by a roar? ing farce, besides terpsichorean and vocal divertisements. THE FASHIONS.-Wo have received from the publishers, Harper ?fc Bro? thers, New York, No 2 of Harper's Bazar-a weekly illustrated family journal, devoted to fashion and home literature. lu their prospectus, the publishers say: "Their aim is two-fold-to supply the existing need of a weekly fashion newspaper, and to combine therewith a first-class literary journal, which will bo indispensable to every house? hold." And to judge from this sample, tho idea will be fully carried ont. There are several additional attrac? tions. Send for a single copy-it only costs ten cents-or $4 a year. HATS, CLOTHING, ?fcc.-Wo stepped into the store of our old friend, Mr. R. C. Anderson, an evening or two ago, to look at his stock of clothing, gentlemen's furnishing goods, hats, ?fcc, and wero surprised at the extent I and variety of wares ho has on hand. Beforo the wur, as many of our read? ers know, Mr. Auderson kept an ex? cellent stock of everything in his I lino, but that ho now offers to cus? tomers, wo believe, is larger than any ia those by-gone days of peace and plenty. We refer our readers to his advertisement, and can conscientious? ly say, that he is prepared to fulfil all he promises, both as regards goods and prices. CHEAP STAMPED ENVELOPES.-We see it stated that tho principal post offices will shortly bo furnished with a large number of specimens of the stamped envelopes, now furnished by the department. These are all made of thick, strong, smooth paper, and are suki at the mere mst of manufacture with postage added. Tho stamps range in valuo from two (2) to forty (40) cents. When ordered iu quantities of five hundred aud upward of any apeciflo denomination, the depart? ment will print on tho outside, "free of charge," tho address of tho sonder, with the request that it be returned, if not dolivored within a specified number of days. No extra postage is now charged for return letters. Stamped envelopes of any required size and denomination can bc order? ed through the postmaster. RELIQIOUS SERVICES THIS DAV. Trinity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand, i eefcor, 10)? a. m. and 5 p. m. Presbyterian Church-Rev. W, F. Hoggs, 10J? a. m. and 7 p. m. St. Peter's Church-Rov. J. J. O'Connell, 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. Washington Street Chapel-Rev. D. J. Simmons, 10^ a. m. Rev. Wm. Martin, 3>? p. m. I Marion Street Church-Rev. Wm. Martin, 10><i a. m. Rov. D. J. Simmons, 3}~? p. m. Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A. R. Rude, 10}? a. m. Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Rey? nolds, ?O'.? a. m. and 7 p. m. African "M. E. Church-Rev. W. M. Brown, ll a. m., and ii p. m. Rov. A. Richardson, 7}? p. m. Calvary Baptist Church-Rev. Samuel Johnson, lO^j n. m. ; 3 p. m., and 7 p. m. Baptism 12 ra. FINK VKAI?.-We have been request? ed to announce that to-morrow morn? ing, at Stall No. 4, there will beja fine display of veal, butcherod in Cosfc? style. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post office open during the week from 8J? a. m. to G p. m. On Sundays, from 1% to 1% p. m. The Charleston and Western mails are open for delivery at 2 p. m., and close at 9 a. m. Northern-Open for delivery at 10^ a. m., closes at ] p. m. Greenville-Open for delivery at 3 p. m., closes at 8 p. m. Read Udolpho Wolfe's advertise? ments in to-day's paper. FIVE CENTS.-The price of single copies of the Phonix is five cents, and purchasers are requested to pay no more for thom. We aro informed that some of the news-boys charge ten. This is an imposition. JOB WOBK.-Every description of book and job printing-pamphlets, I bill heads, circulars, labels, posters, programmes, business, wedding and invitation cards, railroad receipts, checks, drafts, &c, promptly execut? ed at the lowest rates. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention ie call? ed to tho following advertisements, pub? lished this morning for tho first time: John Jeans-Burns Club. John Watios-Notice. Dr. Smith-Dentistry. A. Tolloson-8eed Rye. Meeting Columbia Board of Trade. Attention, Palmetto Bade Ball Club. Bailoy's Varieties Monday Night. C. F. JACKSON is receiving goods regn larly every week. They are weU selected and'sold at low rates. Call and soe them. No house *clls good? cheaper than ho does. WANTED. ASITUATION as TEACHER, In a fami? ly, bv a lady who has had much expe? rience in Teaching. A residence in Colum? bia preferred. Address Post Office Box 17, Columbia, S. C._ Nov 2 3 Salt, Salt. PAA SACKS Liverpool SALT, just t)UU being received, and for salo at greatly reduced prices, bv Nov 2 _ J. A T. R. AQNEW. 0 -sr fi* T?3 Xl 8 , AT TUE CLENDMMG H0?SE. J. CL.ENDININO, - - - Proprietor. OYSTERS recoived every day fresh from the Mill Pond, and they aro the only Mill Pond Oysters in the city. They will be served IN EVERY STYLE, at the short? est notice. Will tako pleasure in supply? ing families with OYSTERS and GAME or all kinds. COOKING done by ono of thc beet cooks in the city, at tho "corner of Marion and Taylor streets._Nov 2 3 Beanty unil health, are moro to be prized than the wealth of tho Indies. Without health, what are all tho posses? sions of world to you with a diseased body and mind. You cannot onjoy them, and it gives yen pain not to realize them. Use tho Queen's Delight and be restored. Helnttah'a Crimson Tetter Wash, for Totter, Ringworm, Pimples, Worm Spots, Ronghno-s of tho Skin-a euro for Totter and Ringworm._ Registration---3dPrecinct, Richland District, S. C. rilHIS Board will convene at the Resi JL dence of tho undersigned, known as "Magnolia," (it being the most central point in this precinct,) on TUESDAY, No? vember 5, proximo, to fulfill Paragraph 2d, , General Orders No. 99, Headquarters Second Military District, to wit: "It shall bo tho duty of the Boards of Registration in South Caroliua, commencing fourteen days prior to tho election herein ordored, and giving reasonable public notico of tho timo and piuco thereof, to rovise, for a period of five days, the registration lists, and upou beiug satisfied that any person not entitled thereto has been registered, to strike tho namoof such porson from the list; and such person shall not bo entitled to vote. Tho Boards of Registration shall also, during the same period, add to such registers tho names of all persons who at that time possess tho qualifications re? quired by said Acts, who Lavo not already been registered." Tho hours of session will bo fruiu 10 o'clock A. M. until 2 o'clock P. M. C. L. ANDERSON, Chair'n Hoard. 3d Precinct Richland District, S. C. Oct 81_4_ An eruption of the akin, of thirty year's standing, which defied the skill of tho doctors, was cured, in Philadelphia, by using Heinitsh's Queen's Delight._ M CO?etONMBitTt WITH Orders to Hell! QA BOXES Low Grades TOBACCO. Otl 10 boxes Extra Fino Tobacco. 60 boxes Low Pricod Sogars. 15 Smoking Tobacco. ? volvo CiAUm x tims. Oct 30 ALFRED TOLLE80N. PROPOSALS WANT?D, FOR TWO HUNDRED CORDS of LONG LEAF PINE WOOD, to bo d*>liverod and corded In tho Water Works Lot. All bids to be approved by tho City Clerk, sub? ject to tho approval of Council. Oct 17 .LS. MCMAHON. City Clork. Just Received and For Sale, /V BALES GUNN Y HAGGING, two pounds \_) to tho yard, 10 coils OREEN1XAF ROPE, 10 coils MANILLA ROPE, low for cas.i, by L\jv. G. IX HOPE. Vto!'i,'j Sehic?am Scnnapp* arc good for Gout. BACON sraips. 1 I\f\C\ POUNDS CHOICE BACON X\J\/W Breast PieofS. For salo by Get 27 E. .\ fi. D. HOPE.