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FOLLOW THE BIGHT.-No matter
who you are, "wSat-'yotlr lot, or where
you live, you cannot afford to do that
which is wrong, r The./ojily -way to
obtain happiness' and pleasure for
yourself, is to do tbe righi thing.
You may not always hit the mark; but
you should always .aila f?r.it, and
with every trial your skill will in?
crease. Whether yon are to bc prais?
ed or blamed for it by others; whe?
ther it -will seemingly make yon
richer or poorer^ or whether no other
person than yourself knows of your
action; still, always, and in all cases,
do tjie right thing. Your first lessons
in this rule will sometimes Seeai hard
ones, but they will grow easier and
easier, until, finally, doing the right
thing will become a habit, and to do
a wrong will seem an impossibility.
The town of Haverhill, Mass., is
one among numerous others in New
England that have been built up by
manufacturing industry, and are strik?
ing monuments of the achievements
of skill, energy and perseverance.
There was manufactured at Haverhill,
from September 1, 1864, to Septem?
ber 1, 1865, 3,248,560 pairs of shoes,
valued at $4,602,787-persons em?
ployed, 4,040; hats manufactured nt
the same time, 439,476, valued at
8360,971-persons employed, 227.
Population of the city, 16,660.
Southworth's method of publication
is thus described by a writer in the
Round Table: "Her plan is to hit the
pubbc thrice with one work. It first
appears in the London Journal, under
one title; then in a New York sensa?
tional weekly with a second name;
and finally as a book, with a third
' 'How do you like the character of
St. Paul?" asked a parson of his land?
lady, one day. "Ah, he was a good
clever old soul, I know, for he once
said, you know, that we must eat
what is set before us, and ask no
questions for conscience sake. I
always thought I should like him for
A game-keeper on a Scotch moor
recently trapped a large fox, and find?
ing it to all appearances dead, he re?
moved it from the trap and threw it
aside while he re-baited the trap,
when to bis astonishment the fox
scampered off up the hill and escaped.
Atlanta Medical College.
THE Course of Lectures in this institu?
tion will commence on tho FIRST MON?
DAY in November next, and continuo four
months-the Faculty having changed thc
time for the session from summer to the
JOHN G. WESTMORELAND, Dean.
Oct 25_ Imo
The friends of Dr. A. N. TALLEY* nomi?
nate him as a candidate for Mayor at the
ensuing election in April next. Nov 2 *
Du. ll. C. GRIFFIN, of Edgefiold, is an?
nounced as a candidate for CONGRESS fr< m
the Third Congressional District. < ompo.-.i ri
of the Districts of Abbeville, Ldgcfield,
Newberry, Fairfield, Lexington. Richland
and Ora?gebnrg._Oct 28 7*
For District Judge.
The friends of W. B. JOHNSTON, Esq.,
who has so efficiently filled thc office of Ma?
gistrate for the District of Richland, re?
spectfully recommend him to the Legisla?
ture as a suitable gentleman to fill tho new
office created by the State Convention. He
is well known throughout the State, and
for the past eight months has filled a judi?
cial station with thc utmost satisfaction to
all parties. MEMBERS OF THE BAR.
The friends of Gen. SAMUEL McGOWAN
announce him as a Candidate for tho
United States Congress from the Third Con?
gressional District, embracing tho Districts
of Orangeburg, Edgefiold, Abbeville, New
berrv, Lexington, Richlanu ?nd Fairfield.
For State Treasurer.
The friends of Dr. R. W. GIBBES respect?
fully nominate him to the Legislature for
this office. His woU known business cha?
racter, energy and ability eminently recom?
mend him. He has for many years served
the State efficiently in various capacities,
and now he needs her support. Oct 22
Wo aro authorized to announce JAMES
FARROW, Esq., of Spartanburg, as a can?
didato to represent, in tho Congress of the
United States, thc Fourth Congressional
District, comprising the Districts of An?
derson, Dickens, Greenville, Lauren?, Spar?
tanburg, Union, York and Chester.
Wright & Walker,
AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
Hopkins' T. <>.. 8. C. lt. lt., and Columbia.
S. NY- WRIGHT. C. B. WALKER.
Oct 19 ?*
( FORMERL Y FOOT A 8 ULZBA CHER, )
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
BEG to inform the citizens of Columbia
and the people of the neighboring
country, that they are now receiving, and
have received, a great variety of
Of all descriptions, suitable to all seasons
and all maimer of persons. They have,
among many other article's, fresh supplies
of th? following:
COFFEE, TEAS, (Green and Black.)
SUGAR, (.white and brown.)
MOLASSES, (New Orleans.)
CANDLES, Sperm, Tallow and Adam'tine.
Crackers, Wine, Soda, Sugar, Boston.
Brazil, Walnut and other Nuts.
Soaps, Toilet, Castile, Fancy, Common.
With every varietv of Grocery.
Copperas, Soda, Blue Stone, Ac.
Spices-Cloves, Cinnamon, Allspice, Gin?
ger. Nutmegs, Ac.
Shoe Blacking, Brushes, Curry Combs.
Horse Brushes. Ac.
Knives and Forks, Matches.
TOBACCO AND CtC?RS*
Rest SMOKING and CHEW'G TOBACCO.
Spanish and American CIGARS.
Of Tobacco for chewing, the best Ander?
son's, Solace and Honey Dew; all varieties.
Fox? I_. a, C^L?G> & M
A fine variety, to which tho attention of
the ladies is particularly requested. We
have a fine assortment of
Bleached and Brown HOMESPUN.
MOUSSELIN DES KAINES.
English and American PRINTS.
Cambric, twilled and plain.
Hoop Skirts, Corsets. Longeloth.
Calicoes, Worsteds, Coburg, Ac, suitable
for fall and winter.
.Alpacas, black and colored.
Combs and Brushes, Tooth Brushes.
Perfumes ol' every varietv.
Chalk Pearl Powder.
Ladies'Shoes, Bootees and-Ties of all de?
scriptions and the latest fashions.
Tuck Combs, Hair Net , Waterfalls-all
of the very last styles ar - patterns.
Collars, Wristbands, Ribbons.
Hosiery of all descriptions.
English and Amcnenu Gloves of th
Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs, Thimbles.
Needles, Thread, spool, silk and cotton.
Hooks and Eyes, Y oils.
Ladies' Billet and Lotter Paper, ruled.
Skirt Braid of all colors.
Bolts anil Belt Buckies and Ribbons.
Pearl and other Buttons, fancy, dress and
Hair Pins, wire and gutta percha.
Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Round Combs, Wadding, Table-cloths.
Ginghams, Lace and Trimmings.
Working Cotton,Velvet Ribbon, Elastic do.
Coats, (dress and frock,) Pants, Vests.
Shirts of all descriptions, over and under.
Flannel and Fancy Shirts.
Drawers, lamb's wool and cotton.
Hats, Stockings, Socks, Gloves-a groat
Collars, linen and paper.
Wristbands. Plaving Cards.
Fine Tooth and Pocket Combs.
Buttons, for coat, pants, vests; Buckles
for do.: Tooth Brushes.
Boots and Shoes of all styles and thc
Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, silk and
cotton; Neck-ties of the latest styles.
Fancy Pipes-American Meerschaum.
Pocket Handkerchiefs, linen, silk and
cotton: Hats; Pen and Pocket Knives.
Razors and Razor Strops.
Suspenders of all styles.
Tobacco, French anil English style.
Shirt Bosoms, Boy's Shoes.
Best Kerosene Oil, Watch Keys, Taylor's
Twist, Glass Chimnios, best Ink, Gun Caps,
Tobacco Bags, Shoe Laces, Slate Pencils,
Umbrellas, Children's Gloves and Hose,
Violin and Guitar Strings, Letter Paper and
Envelopes and a vast variety of other arti?
cles, desirable to both sexes, which wc b?Ve
not the space to enumerate. Apply at the
old stand, in Assembly street, to
Sept ll SULZBACtlEK <v. CO.
THE highest prices paid for COTTON and
for all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Farmers and country merchants will find it
to their advantage to ? all and see.
Sept ll SUL2BACHER A CO.
WHOLESALE ANO KETAtL
THE subscriber, thankful to his friends
and tho public for thc very liberal pa?
tronage heretofore bestowed, solicita a con?
tinuance of thc same. He is manufacturing
daily a superior article of ASSORTED
CANDY, BREAD and CAKES of every de?
scription, such as Pound, Fruit, Sponge,
Queen. Hock, Jumbles, Lady Fingers,
Shcwsbury, Plum, Jelly, Meringues, G inger
Snaps, Cocoa-nut Drops, Augar Biscuit,
Ginger-bread, Washington, Ginger-nuts,
i.e. Cakes iced and ornamented to order.
Dessert Dishes prepared at short notice.
Candies, of my ovrn manufacture, wholesale
FRESH BREAD and ROLLS cverv even
ig, at 5 o'clock; PIES and PCFF PASTE
TARTS every morning. J. McKENZIE.
On riain street, next door to the corner
of Gates street, in the immediate vicinity
of the Shiver House and thc Columbia
P/ucuir Oflicc. C ) mnhia. S. C. Nov 2 3*
WILMINGTON' .* MANCHESTER lt. R. Co.,
Wilmington. N. C., Oct. 20, 1865.
THE Eighteenth Annual Mooting of the
Stockholders of 'he Wilmington and
Manchester Railroad Company, will be held
in Wilmington, N. C., on WEDNESDAY,
thc 29th proximo.
WM. A. WALKER,
Nov 4 Sec'y WiL A Man. Railroad Co.
BanK of Hamburg-, S. C.
ACONVENTION of the Stockholders of
this Bank is caUed to meet at their
Banking House, in thia place, on WED?
NESDAY, 22d November next.
Attendance either in person or hy prow
is earnestly requested, so that the stock
may be folly represented.
A. C. DECOTTES, Cashier.
Hamburg, S. C., Oct,2?. 18t?5. Oct 27 23
COLUMBIA, S. C.
-v-N THE undersigned, having
~ ? S leased tho largo and com?
modious building known as
_ _J the "Columbia Methodist
Female College," has opened it as a FIRST
CLASS HOTEL. T. S. NICKERSON,
sept ll Propri?t?"
.Importers ?jOt) Cull)mission
NO. C NORTH WATER STREET,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
O. G. PARSLEY, JOHN JUDGE.
O. G. PARSLEY, Ju. HENRY SAVAGE.
_ Oct 24_Imo
IV. B. aOIIXSTO?,
Offlee on Picken* street Kost end nf Lady.
~VT/"rIXL attend to all official business
v V brought before him; will also attend
to drawing nj) Deeds. Conveyances, Mort .
gages, Contracts, and other ordinary legal
instruments of writing. Fair copies of any
document executed with neatness and de?
spatch. August 1
ern OF gym
ONE WHO WAS PBESENT,
IN THE COLUMBI! PIIOUL
??SE COLLAS A C?FST.
.90UJ0 m w
1.000 ?*SALT F"
Nov 8_ East Ray. Charleston.
C. N. A*.r.nir.L. J. H. AVERILL.
C. ?. AVERILL & SON,
General Auction, Commission,
No. 20 HAYXE ST., CHARLESTOS, S. C.
(COMMISSIONS for Forwarding Stocks of
j Goods, lu cents per Package; on bales
Cotton, Crates and Hogsheads, 25 cents
each: with funds in 1: nd to pay charges.
Oct 24 26*
C. A. CQISOLK. K. O. CHIBOMT. H. U CKIBOLaC.
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
Cliarleston, JS- O.
PROMPT attention given to thc pur?
chase, sale and shipment of COTTON,
RICE, NAVAL STORES, LUMBER, COAX,
Ac. Merchandize forwarded to all parts of
the country. Consignments solicited, on
which liberal advances will be made.
JOHN FRASER A ?O., Charleston, S. C.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.. "
WILLIAM BRYCE A CO., New York.
Nov 8_Imo _
JOHN KLNG & CO.,
IMPORTERS and wholesale dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors and Segars,
Crockerv, Hollow-ware and Glass-ware, Ac.
2j000 sacks LIYERPOOL SALi to arrive.
No. 88 Hasel street, Charleston, S. C.
Nov 7 43m o
OIAKTEY C*3 0O-,
ll Vendue Range, Charleston, S. C.,
DEALERS in LIME, CEMENT, Calcined
and Land PLASTER, LATHS, HAIR
and BUILDING MATERIALS in goheral,
which will always be shipped in good order
and at the lowest market prices.
GEO. W. OLNEY. H. B. OI.NET. C. C. OLNEY.
Nov 3 line*
Steinmeyer & Son,
FACTORS AND DEALERS IN
BUILDING MATERIALS, &C,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KEEP eonstantlv on hand LIME, CE?
MENT, HAIR, Ac; manufactured
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Mouldings, Ac;
agents for Page's Portable Saw Mills. Con?
signments of all descriptions of Merchan?
dize and Material solicited, and all orders
carefully and promptly attended to.
Lumber and Timber Yard and Pond foot
of Beaufain Street, on Ashley River.
Office at Wost end of Beaufain street.
JOHN H. STKINITEYER. J. H. STEINMEYEU, Ja.
CORNER KING AND SO CIE TY S I'S.,
CKA&LESTON, $* C.
S. H. LOBING. CHAS. H. BENNETT.
Sept 27 Imo
For Liverpool, via New York.
THE MERCHANTS' LINE of First Class
sailing packets take Freight to Liver?
pool tia New York.
Shippers of cotton and other produce
from the interior of South Carolina and
Georgia can have their consignments to
rae forwarded, free of commission, by tho
above Lino, only actual charges made. All
Railroad Freight and other charges ad?
Freights to New York and engagements
to Liverpool made al lowest rates by sail?
ing Ships or Steamers. Present rates by
Ship, * to 5-32 penny; Steamer, 7-1G to i
The B. N. HAWKINS, of this Line, is
nov." loading: capacity, 1,000 bales cotton
or 4,600 barrels flour.'
For Freight engagements, apply to the
Agent at Charleston, S. C.
North Corner East Lav and
Boyce A Co.'s South Wharves.
Agents at New York:
N. L. McCREADY A Co., 3(5 South street.
Advices made on consignments cotton to
SPOFFORD, TTLESTON A CO., New York,
or through them to their friends in Liver?
pool Oct 22 mthS
Browne & Schirmer,
No. 9 EXCHANGE PLACE, CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. R. BROWNE. F. M. SCHIRMER.
Messrs. JOHN IKASER A CO., Charleston.
Mr. W. P. HALL. Charleston. S. C.
Messrs. T. SAVAGE HEYWARD A SONS,
Maser*. FENNER, DENNET A BOWMAN,
X>ARTICULAR attention given to thc
1 purchase, salo and shipment of COT?
TON and other PRODUCE. Liberal ad?
vances made on cotton shipped through
our New York references.
Goods and Merchandize of all descrip?
tions received and forwarded from this
point or ibo terminus of tho South Caroli?
na Railroad, (now Hopkins'.) Oct 18 Imo
?IIE AMERICAN LAND WPffi
Central Office, No. 57 Broadway, N. Y.
JOHN A. ANDREW. President, 1
FRANK E. HOWE, Vice-Pres't, I
L. W. WINCHESTER. Treasr, ! Trustees.
GEORGE CABOT WARD,
ALFRED GAUTHIER, j
OFFERS its services in the purchase,
sale, lease or exchange of CITY or
COUNTRY PROPERTY in thc South and
West, or in procuring Workmen, Superin?
tendents, Tenants or Partner.) from the
North or from Europe. Full information
furnished upon inquiry of
THURBER, SOULE A Co.. Agents,
No. 4 State street, Cup-stairs,)
Oet 29 Imo Charleston, S. C.
. -- - - -I '?--?... v- .- *? "
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
CA RR YIN~V THE C. S. MAIL.
THE ships of this line are all first-class
and reliable, arc at least as fast as any
of thc coast, and built at as great an ex?
pense. They are in charge of gentlemanly
and capable commanders, and every atten?
tion win Le paid to thc comfort of thc pas?
sengers. One of the above ships will be.
despatched from New York and one from
Charleston EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY. Cargo hy these steamers
insures at the lowest rates. All informa?
tion can be bad from either of the agents.
RAVENEL & CO., Charleston.
ARTHUR LEARY, New York.
Merchandize and Cotton addressed to
cither house will be promptly forwarded.
Nov 5 3mo
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
LINE COMPOSED OF THE NEW AND
MONEKA, Cnpt. Marshmuu,
EMILY B. SOl'DER,Capt. Winchester.
FOIl NEW YOKE DIRECT!
THESE vessels alternating weekly, offer?
ing every Thursday to thc traveling
public a FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER
BOAT, with p- oerior accommodations.
There wi mail bag kept at the office
of the Agent. wing always an hour be?
fore tho sai?nr' each steamer.
For Passage .... freight, applv to
WILLIS & CHISOLM, Agents,
Oct 5 Mills House, Charleston.
New York Advertisements.
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE!
THE Original and Best in the World!
Thc only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, RcUablc and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair
or skin. Remedies the ill effects of bad
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine
is* signed William A. Batchelor. Also. RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,"
Oct 25 ly_New York.
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
NO. 70 WALL STREET. NEW YOLK.
AND other STOCKS, BONDS, Ac,
bought and soul on commission.
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE, member N. Y.
"SIMEON BALDWIN, Jr.., member N. Y.
Petroleum and Mining Roan!.
IYRUS.T. LAWRENCE. WM. A. HALSTED
Sept 4 fimo
Burning of the Museum.
LETTER FROM MR. BARNUM.
NEW YORK, July l l. 1SC5.
MESSRS. HERRING A: Co.-GENTLEMEN:
Though thc destruction of thc American
Museum has proved a serious loss to my?
self and the public. I am happy to verify
the old adage, that "It's an ill wind that
blows nobody good," and, consequently,
congratulate you that your well known
safes have again demonstrated their supe?
rior tire-proof qualities in an ordeal of un?
The safe you made for me some time
ago-waa in the office of thc Museum, on
the second floor, hack part of the building,
and in t he hottest of the tire.
After twenty-four hours of trial, it was
found among the debris, and on opening
it this dav has yielded up its contents in
very good order-books, papers, policies of
insurance, bank hills, all in condition for
immediate use, and a noble commentary
on the trustworthiness of Herring's Fire?
proof Safe. Yours truly, P. T. BARNUM.
Herring's Patent Champion Safes.
2'lie Most Reliable Protection from Eire
HERRING A CO.'S PATENT BANKERS'
SAFES, with Herring A Floyd's Patent
Crystalized Iron, the best security against
a burglar's drill ever manufactured.
HERRING A CO..
No. 251 Broadway, cor. Murray st.. N. Y.
FARREL, HERRING A Ct?..
Oct2G2mo HERRING A CO., Chicago
SwOs, l?igs, S?jlf di%s, &c,
WHOLESALE, at tho lowest possible
price of Importation, for Cash.
W. R. CAMERON A Co.,
Importers of Hair and Manufacturers.
No. 313 Fulton St., Brooklyn, near New York.
Largo and small orders punctually at
tonded to. Oct 25 lino
[ESTABLISHED IN 1818.]
WM. SMITH BROWN & CO.,
WHOLESALE 1>KAI.KHS IX
Nf>. 53 Chambers St., New York:
TTTM. SMITH BROWN will receive con
? ? signments of COTTON for sale on
commission, and make cash advances on
shipments. Hi.- arrangements are Knell cn
to insure faithful attention to the interest
of tin: consigner. Sept 17 2mo