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(X)L?MBIA.
Sunday Morning, October 14, 1866.
New England Slavery-A New l?n
reau Wanted.
The State Commissioner to inves?
tigate the subject o? the employment
und education of children in the fac?
tories of Massachusetts, iu an address
recently delivered, described th?-con?
dition of affairs in regard to these
young slaves as "dreadful." He says
"tho condition of some o" tho opera?
tives is as bad, if not worse, than for?
merly existed among the slaves of the
South." Among the evils enume?
rated, were thc bad ventilation of the
mills, tho carly age of the children
?.hued in them, inadequate wages,
their ignorance; and lie particularly
urged the necessity of reducing thc
honra of labor in the factories.
But thc point which must strike
every one familiar with the former
system o? Southern slavery, is that
the condition of these wretched chil?
dren is "as bad, if not worse," than
that of the negroes lately in slavery. .
Nov., negro children never had to
work- they frolicked and gamboled
about in the open air, with old
manias to take care of them; their
parents, brothers and sisters were at
work on a reasonable task; for this
they were well fed, well elad and well
housed;and as to being over-worked,
an overseer of a Lowell factory would
get as much work out of one of those
children in one day as the sleek and
lazy :?> gio would do in two or three.
But these infant slave-operatives are I
white children, and in Massachusetts
the mean poor whites are of no ac?
count. If they were colored, and the
field of the Commissioner's survey
had been in the South, what a howl
Sumn< r, Phillips and their followers
would have raised!
A correspondent of one of our ex?
changes thinks that this system of
peonage will be made next winter a
subject of Congressional investiga?
tion. Not a bit of it. This system
is no nev,- thing, and of course tho
radicals will suppress the truth. The
correspondent says that he is cogni?
zant personally of practices that must
put the whole coterie of mock phi
lanthropists to the blush, if they have
any shame.
lt would almost seem incredible,
he says, that tho men who have cla?
mored to have the Southern negroes,
their women and piccaninnies, torn
from their plantations and deprived
of the watchful care of their masters,
have been steadily prosecuting a sys?
tem of servitude, compared to which,
the worst features of Southern slave?
ry, as ascribed to it by its enemies,
were kind and charitable.
The system pursued to obtain this
labor is ten times worse than that by
which Southern planters obtained
their laborers. The latter paid for
them as property, and. as property,
the men, women and children so pur?
chased were well taken care of. In
the kind, tender and philanthropic
manufacturing towns of New Eng?
in ?ni, it is different. The principal
manufacturers constantly have agents
in the large cities, who get possession
of families, who, by misfortune, have
become reduced, and send them to
their mills, where children of four or
five years of age are compelled to
work many hours daily, and where,
every day. their parents work twelve
or fourteen hours. These m ocle phi?
lanthropists have prated about the
slave trade-and its horrors, but now,
as in the days of that traffic, they
prove the most, hardened and inexo?
rable tasl?-masters.
Tn this condition of things, is there
not another bureau wanted? Millions
are now being expended, and a horde
of officials employed, to take care of
and support able-bodied, lazy negro
laen and dornen, and their children,
while the infants of unfortunate
whites, in the heart of negropholism,
are compelled to work hard or starve.
Oh consistency, thou art a jewel!
-.??-<*- .
THE SOUTHERN PRESS ON THE
AMENDMENT. -The Charleston Cou?
rier, of Thursday, says:
'.The'Savannah Republican is the
only paper in the South which we
have yet seen favoring the adoption
of the constitutional amendment.
That paper is conducted by Northern
men in a mild way, and radical topics
are handled as gingerly as possible."
The Newborn (N. C.) Times favors
thc amendment.
CABLE CHARGES.-We learn that
the cable tariff is soon to bo reduced,
perhaps one-half. In fifty-five days
the cable earned ?40,000.
The President t?n?l Sumner.
The savans of "tho hub" have in?
stituted, for the coming season, u
series of lectures, called the Parker
series, which were intended, o?
course, to be on literary, scientific or
philosophical subjects. Unfortunate-!
ly, they got tho pedantic negropho
list, Charles Sumner, to open thc
course, when ho tool; occasion to
discourse, not on an}" of the legiti
I mate subjects of such addresses, but
on "tho President and his policy."
lt is stated that lie rambled over tho
beaten track, but said nothing forci?
ble or original.
The only point of interest was a
rehearsal of his interviews willi Pre?
sident Johnson, and the following
paragraph from the recital is amus?
ing, as it shows that tho President
knows how to dispose of such a fiip
paut school-man, who presumes to
teach a sensible niau and practical
statesman how to deal with questions
of State. Sumner had written a
lotter to thc President,"detailing the
instances of lawlessness in the South?
ern States that he had collected and
pasted away in his scrap-book, and
had called on him to urge military
governments in the South and the
general radical policy as then deve?
loped. He describes the interview as
follows :
"On reaching Washington, Satur?
day evening, immediately before the
opening of the last session of Con?
gress, I lost no time in seeing the
President. I was with him that even?
ing three hours. I found him changed
in temper and purpose. How unlike
the President who. only a few days
after his arrival at power, had made
me feel so happy in the assurances of
agreement on the great question be?
fore the country! He was no longer
sympathetic or even kindly, but
harsh, petulant and unreasonable.
Plainly, his heart was with the ex
rebels. For the Unionists-, white, or
black, who had borne the burthen of
the day, he had little feeling. Per?
versely he would not see the bad
spirit of the rebel States, and he in?
sisted that the outrages there were
insufficient to justify their exclusion
from Congress. It was in this con?
nection that the following dialogue
ensued: The President-'Aro there
no murders in Massachusetts?' Mr.
S.-'Unhappily, yes; sometimes.'
The President-'Are there no as
sanlts in Boston? Do not men there,
sometimes, knock each other down,
so that the police is obliged to inter?
fere?' Mr. S.-'Unhappily, yes.'
The President-'Would you consent
that Massachusetts, on this account,
should he excluded from Congress?'
Mr. S.-'No, Mr. President, I would
not.' And here I stopped, without
remarking on the entire irrelevancy
of the inquiry."
And so Sumner left Andrew John?
son, great grief having fallen upon
him; and since then he has not only
not lost an opportunity of abusing
the President, but, as in the present
instance, wresting every occasion to
vent his insane malignity against the
Chief Magistrate of his country.
STOPPING THE EXCHANGE OF PRI?
SONERS.-At Hamilton, Butler, in re?
ply to a charge that he was responsi?
ble for ??topping the exchange oi
prisoners, stated that he had stopped
the exchange of prisoners under th?
express written order of the Lieute?
nant-General. To this thc Peters?
burg Index says:
"General Butler, on the luth oi
June, 1864, told the editor of thi>
paper that he had stopped exchange
of his own motion; that he was tired
of waiting for Mr. Davis; and thal
he could not understand Judge Ould's
position on the negro question, whicl
in-evented, as he alleged, the resmnp
tionof exchange."
Robert Ould, Esq., late Confedo
rate agent for the exchange ?)f pri
soners of war, in a letter of the Gil
instant, published in the New Yorl
Herald, in reply to a letter from ?
A. Pollard, Esq., author of the "Los
Cause," says:
"I am quite confident that my olb?
in August, 18(14, to deliver the Fede
ral sick and wounded, without rc
quiring the delivery of Confederad
equivalents, will not be denied. Th'
fact that the United States authori
ties acted upon thc oller, and, at
late day, despatched steamers to th
mouth of the Savannah river to rt
ceive their men, oughttobesufficien
proof, if any denial be made.
"Yours truly, KO. OULD."
The constitutional amendment wa
adopted in tho Oregon Legislature b
allowing two Republicans, whoa
seats were contested, to vote. Th
contested elections were afterward
decitled against the Republicans, an
they were ousted, and two Democrat
took their seats. This gave the Di
moerats the majority, and theroupo
resolutions were passed declaring th
adoption of the constitutional amen?
mont irregular and invalid.
SANTA ANNA AND MEXICO.-It is re?
ported from San Antonio, Texas, that
?Santa Anna's agents aro very busy on
the Hue of the Rio Grande. They
rec ?ive but little sympathy, however,
as Santa Anna's objects aro consider?
ed inimical to the 'Liberal interests.
The Liberal troops aro being well
supplied with everything hy ship?
ments over the frontier, and are san?
guine ot* success.
The "one-legged hero" addressed a
Fenian pic-uic at Staten Island, a few
days ago, and paid a handsome tri?
bute to tuc Erinites.
A Washington correspondent writes:
'Tt is confidently asserted herc by
gentlemen who are interested, that
Santa Anna and .1 narc/, have: settled
their personal difficulties, through
the intercession ot* mutual friends,
and that before long, an expedition, j
with Santa Anna at its head, will land
upon the "Mexican coast in time to |
seize the French and Austrian mili- I
tory supplies; thus paying the ex- j
peases of thw expedition. Ti>e bar- I
gain is that Juarez is to wrest from
Maximilian the confiscated church j
property, and Santa Anna is to reco- 1
ver his own confiscated property, !
which is said to be of almost fabu- j
lons value.'*
-?.*><??-?
ESCAPE OF A MURDERER.-The Dar- ?
liugion Southerner says: On last Sa- j
tnrday, the murderer of Keith effect
ed bis escape, and has not since been
heard of. The escape took place at
Florence, tho criminal being there in \
charge of an officer, on his way to the i
jail at Marion.
Funeral Invitation.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr. ;
Timothy Duane, are respectfully invited lo !
attend the ?antral of his YOUNGEST SOX, i
Tills AFTERNOON, ai ! o'clock, from ?
Hatcher Town to thc Catholic Chure'*. !
Stats South Carolina-Richland Dist. !
Jacoh mi, OnUnar;/ nf said DMricl. \
"TTTHEREAS Douglas i!, i ?. Saussure '
VV hath applied t.. me for letters of 1
administration on al! and singular the ?
g.ls and chattels, ; i^hts and credits of
Ann Drafts, late of the District aforesaid,
deceased:
Tues,- are, therefor?-, to cite ami ad- j
uionish all .oui singular the kindred and
creditors of the said deceas?.-d, tobo and
appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Courr iortiie ?-aid District, to be holden "at
Columbia on Friday, thc twenty-sixth ?lay
of October mst.. a*t ten o'clocl; a. m., to !
show cause, it any. why thc, said adminis- !
tration should not* be granted.
Given under my hand and seal >.! ihe i lourt
this tenth 'day of 0?:tober, in the
year (if our Loni ?un thousand eight
hundred and sixty-six, and in thc nine-j
ty-first vear nf American independence.
JACOB DELI.
Oct 14 m2 Ordinary Richland Dist. \
ELEGANT BALMORAL SKIRTS I
1*011*3.50, ar
1 SHIVER A HECK HAM'S.
Beautiful Cashmeres aud Delaines !
For 25 cents, at
SHIVER A BECKHAM'S. .
^>.^
?.ii-wooI Flannels ;
For as cents, at
SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
o- ?
Au Extra Nice Family Long-cloth I :
For '1T> cents, at
SHIVER A DUCK H AM'S.
Heavy 10-4 Bleached and Brown ;
Sheeting- !
For S1.00, a:
SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
-, -O o- ?
Large Heavy 10-4 Bcd Blankets! !
For S0.no. at
SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
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An Elegant Toilet Article-Phalon's
Brown Windsor Soap i
To be had at
SHI\ El? A BECKHAM'S.
? ? m
Extra Fine Family Cologne !
To bc had at
SHIVER & BECKHAM'S.
---<? -C O- .
Best make French Kid Gloves !
At sit IVER & BE< KU ?.M'S.
Kost Approved Styles Fr'eh Corsets !
At SHIVER & BECKHAM'S.
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A Well Selcctetl anti ('heap Lot ol' Hosiery!
At SHIVER ?v BECKHAM'S.
Beaver Cloths,
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
Black Broadcloth and French Doeskins !
At SHIVER A BECKHAM'S.
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Assortment, of Gent's Shawls and
Euggy Laps !
At SHIVER & BECKHAM'S.
Magnificent Line of Dress
Goods !
At SHIVER & BECKHAM'S.
- _ --
We advertise above such oi our large
stock as c(<mes to mind, assuring our
nations that we are stul doing business on
oar first principle -CASH and SHORT
PROFITS; and ali who '.'.ivor us with their
patronage, will, we think, SAVE MONEY
to themselves, and will assuredly have ai
ELEGANT ST? >CK to select from -to whit!
we add every week.
SHIV ER ?fe BECKHAM.
Oct U
MATRIMONIAL. -In our yesterday's
issue, we had under tho head of "dis?
tinguished arrivals" the name of "that
gallant soldier, Cen. James Conner,
of South Carolina. We havo since
learned that his trip herc was ono of
invasion, and that, having captured
one of Richmond's fair daughters, he
is about to carry her oil' to the Pal?
metto State. We object generally to
the fair ones of our city beingearricd
oil"; but when the successful raider
upon any ol* their hearts is so brave a
soldier, we cannot but congratulate
him and extend to tho happy couple
our sincerest wishes for long life and
happiness.-Riclimond Dispatch.
THE RK-JNTERMENT OFTHE GALLANT
ASHUYS.-Thc remains of Cien. Turner
Ashby, and of his brother, Capt. Dick
Ashby, will bc re-interred in the
"Stonewall Cemetery," at Winches?
ter, on the 25th inst. Hiram Lodge
No. 21 have boen requested lo bury
their deceased brother, Gen. Turner
Ashby, with Masonic honors.
The proceedings of the Catholic
Council at Baltimore aro held entirely
in Latin and with closed doors. One
or more of the eminent Bishops pre?
sent, however, preach a sermon every
day.
Died, on the '20th of August last,
near the Cowpens battle-ground, at
the residence of William Cudds, Mr.
Matthew Skates, aged 10S years. He
was a soldier of tim Revolutionary
war.
A National Convention of Infidels
assembled at Philadelphia on the 30th
ult. Tho organization dates back to
IS L"), but only 30 delegates were pre?
sent at thc recent meeting.
General Beauregard arrived in Bal?
timore on Sunday.
ELECTION NOTICE.
( TI V CLERK'S OFFICE,
COI.UMW A, October 12," 18Ri5.
N ELECTION n ih be held on TUES
LAY EVENING, tho 16th inst., bv the
Citv Council for two PUBLIC WEIGHERS
ol' COTTON anil ..tl,cr Produce. Appli?
cants for the office will file their applica?
tions at this office. Bv order of the Mayor. ?
Oct 13 .1. s. McMAHON, City Clerk
CCTO
]E BON TON, wah largo plate?.
J Madam Dcinarest's Magazine or fa?
shion, with patterns, colored plates. iVc.
ALSO.
A variety ni NEW PUBLICATIONS. !
.VLSO,
New Boolee roi-Children, well select, d. \
Just received at
McCAUTER'S BOOKSTORE, ?
Opposite Columbia Law Bange. 1
Oct ia _R. L. BRYAN.
"WANTED.
/CHARLOTTE ROAD past dm- Bonds;
V J ami Coupons.
Atlantic. Tennessee and Ohio Road Cou- i
pons.
Citv .d' Columbia Bonds, and
Lamar Importing Compauv StooL.
Apply to EDWIN" J. SCOTT,
t lei 7 mtb
jflssorted .Articles.
GKN EINE Italian VIOLIN STRINGS.
Gum Elastic Balls, for base bali.
Teething Rings.
Nursing Bottles.
Razo:- Strop.-.
Night Tapers. Poeket-Books.
1 itamond Cement.
Children's Rattles.
Crimson Indelible Ink.
Smelling Salis, in bottles.
Shoulder Bract's for Ladies.
Superior Trusses. For sale bv
ITS il ER A HEI?ITSH,
Oct 'j Pharmacists, j
SAIXSEMIVS WISE BITTEBS]I
From the Celebrated Vineyard of ?
"El Aliso."
4 N excellent stomachic and invigorat- ]
XV mg WINE, for dyspeptics and others |
suffering from debility. Only one dollar a
bottle. For sale bv
FISHER & HEINTTSH, |
Oe) 0 Pharmacists.
To Smokers and Chewers of Tobacco.
]7UNE HAVANA SEO ARS.
Eureka Smoking 'Tobacco-anew arti?
cle.
Thc finest Gold Leaf Chewing Tobacco.
( in a)) Briarwood Pipes.
The Pocket Tobacco Pouch.
Rose-scented Maccabov Snuff. For salo i
bv FISHER ?- HEINITSH,
Oct '.) Druggists.
English Hair ami Tooth liriislies. ?
ALARGE and elegant assortment of
English TOOTH BRUSHES.
Also, splendid HAIR BRUSHES, all of
warranted quality, at low prices. For sale i
by FISHER A HEINITSH,
Oct ll Pharmacists. ;
Drugs & Medicines.!
ONE THOUSAND lbs. ENGLISH BLUE j
STONE.
?OO lbs. WASHING SODA.
150 " Cii"n Camphor.
100 " English Calomel.
100 .. Indigo.
50 " fresh Hop.-..
/ du/, cases Wine Bitters-#1 per bottle.
So .. Gum Opium. For sale by
FISHER >v HEINITSH, Druggists.
Elegant Toilet Extracts for
' the Handkerchief.
I- OW'S GENUINE WINDSOR SOAP.
_j Lubin's Gennine Extracts.
German Cologne Water.
Elegant l'n ncli Soaps.
Powd r Pulls and Boxes.
Rose Toilet Powder.
Lilv White and Tablets.
English Hair Brushes. At
FISHER ft HETNITSH'S,
Aug 19 Pharmacists, j
The Fair Eace of a Beautiful Woman
IS ie admiration of every one. No one
possessing tins rich gift and attribute
of health and attraction would exchange it
for the wealth of the Indies. Yet how
many suffer their skin to become rough
with spots and pimple's, which mar tho
beauty'and bloom of the faco. The CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all snots and
blemishes, tan, freckles, (.imples, blotches,
and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
attractive in woman.
For salo by druggists everywhere.
FISHER & HEINITSH, Agents.
JOHN M. MARIS ft CO.. Philad'a.
Ijocetl Xt om s..
-
Dr. E. E. Jackson will please accept our
thanks fur a box of excellent tooti) powder,
of his own preparation, lt bas been used
to a very great extent in thin community,
j and bas given general satisfaction.
Thc house of T. P?. Peterson, of Phila?
delphia, was. <>n Sunday morning, entered
by thieves and robbed of silver spoons and
other articles to the amount of $1,000.
[ Exchange.
This can't be laid to Butler's charge. Ho
can prove an alibi in Ohio.
An African baby elephant has arrived in
New York fur Yankee Dobinson. It is only
thirty-iight inches high.
Some other Yankees we wot of, have got
on their hands a full-grotcii African ele?
phant, with, s capacious mouth and maw,
I and a formidable proboscis "swinging
I around thc circle." His performances
j don't promise to bc remunerative, either.
j HOMICIDE.-On Thursday night last, an
j altercation took place between Alexander
j Brown and James Lewis, freedmen, win n
thc former received a shot in the abdo?
men, from which he died yesterday morn?
ing. Coroner Walker empanncled a jury,
and, after a careful investigation, rendered
a verdict in accordance with the above.
The prisoner has been committed for trial.
- -^v^.^ ^. -. - . .
I COUNTERFEIT ONE DOLLAR GREENBACKS.
j A counterfeit one dollar bill, of the ordinary
j greenback issue, is in circulation, which is
wonderfully calculated to deceive, lt would
; bc taken by almost tiny one not un "ex
I pert.'' particularly if a little soiled, or ny
evening light. The chief points of differ?
ence from thc genuine oms are in the
wrinkled ami battered condition of Chief
Justice Chase's h indsonxe physiognomy,
and the inferiority of the lathe work around
the large figure oner?. Beware of this peril?
ous counterfeit.
COTTKT.-The Court of Common Pleas
for this District, Judge Aldrich presiding,
resumed its session on Friday. The three
freedmen accused of stealing mules wen.
put on trial, having been transferred by
the military authorities to civil jurisdic?
tion. The Solicitor being necessarily ab?
sent, the case was ably argued in behalf o
tlii' State by .Mr. l'ope, arni the prisoners
wi re defended by Mr. Tradewell, who mad?
an aide and eloquent argument in theil
behalf. Judge Aldrich charged the jury
reviewing the facts elicited on the trial
The jury retired, and, after a short time
returned with a verdict of "guilty."
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAV. -Triait]
Church-Rev. P. .1. Shand. I0? a. m. .-itu
:ij p. m.
Presbyterian Church - Rev. YV. R. Bogg?
Pastor, 10A a. m. and 4 j), m.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. .1. J. O'Connell
10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Lutheran Church-Kev. A. ii. Dude, lui
a. m.
Christchurch Lecture Room-Rev. J. M
Pringle, Rector, lfl? a. m. amt 3j p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. W
T. Capers, Pastor, lu.) a. in. &.nd 8 J p. m.
Baptist Church Rev. .1. I.. Reynolds
10j a. m. and 7jp. m. ^
Marion Street Church -Rev. E. (.1
Gage, Pastor, 10A a. m., p. m. and 7 p. ni
There will be preaching in this Chure
every evening at 7 o'clock, during the ei;
suing week.
A BENEVOLENT ENTERPRISE.-We insei
w.th pleasure the following appeal froi
some of tho warm-hearted and bencvolen
ladies of Columbia. Among tile names o
the committee, our readers wili recogniz
many of those noble women who manage
the Sewing Association during the wai
where soldiers were provided with clothin
at less than cost, and often for nothing
while the society, at tin; same time, gav
employment to their wives, mothers an
sisters, which afforded means of suppoi
at a time of high prices and great search;
We earnestly recommend the scheu
now proposed to those having the mein
in our own community, and as a largo po:
tion of them are comparatively impovei
?shed, wo particularly commend it to th
kindly consideration of those more forti
nate in other Districts of tba State. W
heartily wish these nol le women abundai
success in their benevolent enterprise:
CIRCULAR.-Tho necessity of finding cn
ployment for that large class of pcrsoi
whose means have been entirely sive]
away hythe calamitous termination of tl
war -and in no city has this necessity bei
greater, or the ruin more complete, tbs
in Columbia -must be our apology for as
ing aid outside our own communit
For this purpose, tin; ladies, after matu
deliberation, have concluded that if meal
could be obtained to enable them to pu
chase materials at first hands, from man
facturers and importers, they could tia
successfully compete with tin- Northei
manufacturers in the making of a class
clothing which is rarely met with even
tho fashionable establishments at tl
North. In this way, a large number
?jersons would be employed, and the meal
icing judiciously managed, the plan won
lie a continued source of beueht, partie
lally to those who shrink from re.-civil
assistance from those on whom they lia
no claim.
Attached to the establishment, it is d
signed to have a store, in which art iel
made ma\ ' o de-posited for sale, and tl
name of the depositor withheld, if desire
To secure tho largest amount of reman? r
tion to tho ladies employed, it is eur inte
tion of introducing the" sale cf trimmii
and fancy articles in the store of the c
tablishnient, the advance upon which w
enable the society to defray the incident
expenses of the establishment, s well
the salaries of the superintendent and h
assistants. Our conviction is, that she?
we once receive the means to comment
the associetion will become self-sustainir
We will be pleased to receive con tri b
tiona of money or material, which shot;
be sent to Mrs Dr. Howe, or to any of t
ladies forming tho committee, who will t
knowledge the receipt of the same.
Mrs. Dr. Howe, Miss Kate Ha ptc
Mrs. McFie, Mre. John Adger,
Mrs. Dr. Fisher, Mrs. B. E. Lew,
Mrs. Bauskett, Mrs. 1'. J. Shand,
Mrs. Dr. Fair, Mrs. J. L. Reynoh
Mrs. F. W. Green, Mrs. Lynch.
Mrs. J. Levin, Mrs. L. DeVeaux,
Mrs. DeFoniaine, Mrs. S. Guignard,
Mrs. John Bryce.
THE LAMP OK Lin.. The glow of health
and beauty is nowhere more perceptible
and beautifully attractive than in the
raddy, healthful, glowing, beautiful com?
plexion of a healthy person. The com?
plexion is radiant, ami toe lamp of life
burns brightly, so long as it is supplied
with pure blood. Tho Quceu's Delight and
Sarsaparilla, th.- great blood purifier, is a
cleaning and searching medicine- giving
strength to the feeble, invigorating and
restoring the ?dil; cleansing and purifying
the young. The Queen's Delight ?md Sar?
saparilla is for aale by Fisher ** Heinitsh,
pharmacist ?.
NKAV At>YKM ISKM'-.NTS. .Vt te id ion is i-?1;.
eil to the following advcrtisemi uts, which
are published this morning for the first
time:
il Shiver.v beckham New Goods.
Jacob Bell- Citation D. B. BcSaussure.
Willis ?V Chisolm-New York Steamer.-.
New Stock !
g. E. JACKSON
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
SwiliT BLOOlM CEBEIS !
A FJiESn ST'Pl'LY AT
E. E. JACK SO S'S.
Oct ?3
C1 ASTOR oil,
QUININE,
CALCIN1: D MAGNESIA,
MUSTARD, Ac, Ac. At
Oct 13 JACKSON'S.
Tooth Brushes^ Sec.
AN elegant assortment of TOOTI!
BRUSHES, English, French and Ame?
rican.
HAIR BRUSHES. NAILBRUSHES.
EINE COM Bs. COARSE COMBS.
Polished HORN COMBS.
PITT BOXES, Ac. At
( )ct 13 E. E. J A CK SO N'S Dr ug St.
BITTERS!
PANK NI VS B ITTERS.
HOOFLAND'S "
GENTIAN
ROSTETTER'S BITTERS. At
Oct 13 E. E. JACKSON'S Drug Store.
Drug Store !
THE undersigned has recently titted up
the old stund en Plain Street as a
DRUGSTORE. An experience of twenty
years in this business enables me to attend
to PHARMACY in all its branches.
FRESH GOODS will he received weekly.
ARTICLES PURE and PRICES LOW.
E. E. JACKSON.
Oct 13
For the Toilet.
G\ ENUINE BROWN WINDSOR SOAP.
T GLYCERINE St ?AP.
HONEY
SPERM ACETTi ?
CASTILE SOAP. At
E. E. JACKSON'S.
Oct 13
Copperas, Madder, Logwood.
^T ^ E. E. JACKSON'S,
PHOTfl&R?PH IM?.
PORTFOLIOS, Sentimental Albums.
Pulpit, Family and Pocket Bible.- Ox?
ford editions -in every styli- of binding.
Also. Prayer Rooks, English editions; Me?
thodist, Presbyterian. Baptist and Luthe?
ran llvnm Books, various stvlcs. Forsale
at thc LOWEST PRICES, at the PHONIX
BOOKS TORE. TOWNSEND A NORTH.
Oct 13
Lager Beor.
RECEIVED per Express, a fell supply
of delicious Ballimore LAGER BEER,
bv JOHN STORK, Assembly street,
"Oct 12 :i Near Post Office.
A FRESH LOT
OF the mach inquired for BREAKFAST
STRIPS. AI.:-'.
Sugar-cured II AMS.
And Sugar-cured SHOULDERS.
Oct 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS ?St CO.
OUR FRIENDS A? D PATRONS
ARE n s; i ct f?lle informell that Mr.
DAVID JONES has an inti rest in our
business from the 1st of October instant.
Mr. Jones has been long known in t|ie dry
goods trade of Columbia.
Oct 10 5 SHIVER A BECKHAM.
JUST to hand and for .-ale LOW:
25 packages NEW MACKEREL, in bar?
rels, half barrels, Ac.
5 firkins prime LEAF LARD.
5 " GOSHEN BUTTER.
3 tubs Orange County Rutter- choice.
.10 boxes Colgate's Family Soap.
Boxes Starch, Silver (?loss Starch.
Candles, Sardines. Ac.
50 doz. TENN RN T'S ALE ami LONDON
PORTER-pints.
Flour, Bacon, Sugar-cured Hams.
Paling Twine and Shoe Thread, Ac
Constant arrivals, fair prices and TERMS
CASH, at GEO. SYMMEB^'.

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