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Wednesday Morning, Oct. 17, I860.
Tile Trial or Mr. Davis.
. Tho New York World cites that
provision of tho Constitution,-which
declares that in all criminal prosecu?
tions, the accused shall enjoy the
right to a speedy and public trial : and
thc pledge of Judgo Underwood, in
tho name of Chief Justice Chase,
that Mr. Davis should bc tried in
October; and takes occasion to con?
demn in most docided language the
delay so long continued. In its
article, the promptness of thc proceed?
ings in the case of Burr, is contrast?
ed with thc conduct of Judges Under?
wood and Chase. Burr having
escaped from custody, after his first
arrest in January, 1807, was after?
wards re-arrested and immediately
taken to Richmond, where ho ar?
rived on thc evening of the ?JGth of
March. |On the 30th, he was brought
before Chief Justice Marshall, exa?
mined and committed. Ile was
then admitted to bail, to await the
action of the grand jury, at the next
term of the Circuit Court, on the
22d May. On the 24th of June, thc
grand jury, of which thc celebrated
John Randolph was foreman, brought
in a bill of indictment for treason; tc
which Burr pleaded not guilty, and
tho trial was postponed to the 3(1
August-a delay that was needed foi
the proper preparation of the ease.
Thus prompt was that distinguished
Chief Justice to discharge his con?
stitutional obligation, to give the per
son charged with treason "a speedy
and public trial."
The World adds, that in a case lik<
this of Mr. Davis, delay in tho tria'
is a denial of justice. Imprisonmen
protracted beyond necessity is pun
ishment; and if it ends the days o
the prisoner, it is tho punishment o
death. Punishment may properb
follow the sentence, if Mr. Davis i
convicted; but punishment previou
to trial, is injustice.
We do not think, in thc history o
this or any other country, will b
found a parallel caso to this long ant
needless imprisonment of a feebl
man; who, when tried, if he ghoul
linger out his existence until tba
time, will possibly bo acquitted c
the crime with which he 'is charged
Thc Gold-Gambling Telegram.
Friday's papers, from New York
give accounts of the intense excite
ment pervading monetary circles i
that and other Northern cities, fror
the receipt of a despatc?i announciu
that President Johnson Lad submit
ted to thc Attorney-General certaii
queries respecting the constitution
ality of the present rump Congress
and that probably the Attorney-Ger.
oral would decide against Congres;
Gold run up two or three per cent
and Wall street was knocked out t
For the life of us, wc cannot sc
why all this hubbub. If tho Pres
dent has doubts concerning the cor
stitutionality of Congress, as now OJ
gauized, we presume the cours
reported to have been taken was th
usual method of obtaining legal ii
formation upon which to base his ai
tion. The Attorney-General is h
constitutional law adverser, and, as i
the recent correspondence in relatic
to thc case of Jefferson Davis, 1
would be perfectly justifiable- in appl;
ing for proper information. But
is not probable that the Preside!
would seek to still further keep u
tho political excitement which, fi
tho past few weeks, has swept ov
the Northern States, lie has pr
nonnced much of the legislation
the present Congress uncoEsLitution;
but he may not be prepared to tc
the qualifications of the body its?
just now. From his past course, \
are inclined to hope that the rig
man will be in thc right place, ar
at tho right time.
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POLITICS IN THE PULPIT.-The N<
York Hendd, of Monday, has, araoi
its other sensations, a report of t
"sermons" of the previous day int
principal Protestant churches. T
heading to its report tells a story tl:
no comment could enforce, when 1
remember the scene, the day and t
"The Protestant Churches. I
Cheever on Reconstruction. Ce
stitutional Amendment Denounce
Rev. Dr. Spear on National AlTai
The Constitutional Amendment t
Ultimatum of the North."
Very apropos there follows: "I
Smyth on the Vices of the Clergy. '
Tlic Future of Uadirallim.
Tho Richmond Times thus dis?
courses ou tho future of radicalism
and its bitter end:
There is no more melancholy sign
of the decadence of our republican
virtues than that tierce intolerance
which characterizes the revolutionary
faction of the North. Inspired with
diabolical hate and fury, it can brook
no difference of opinion, however
pure and honest, and, d?liant in its
truculence, it would set at defiance
all the laws of God and man. As well
might we reason with mad bulls and
wild beasts; as efficient would appeals
of justice and mercy bc, if addressed
to granite walls and adamantine
rocks, as to the political fiends now
riding the popular storm of passion
and excitement. Like ravenous
wolves, tired by thc taste and smell
of blood, neither tho shouts of tho
hunters nor the baying of thc dogs
can drive them from their prey. ' As
long as there remains a bone of the
carcass of American liberty, to be
picked and gnawed, these wolves,
vultures and hyenas will continuo at
their disgusting work, and our coun?
try will only lind repose when her
epitaph shall have been written. Like
a huge anaconda or boa-constrictor,
radicalism has wound its cold and
scaly form around tho Constitution,
and now, with fiery breath and enve?
nomed fang, it both strikes and
crushes the prostrate form of free?
Tho Jacobinical spirit which nov,
surges throughout the North sets al
naught the warnings of the past, thc
voices of the present, and the pro
mises of thc future. Does the Con
stitutiou of the country stand in its
way? It is at once tomahawked witt
an amendment, and scalped by ;
"joint resolution of Congress" or "re
port" from its central directory. Dc
the precepts of Holy Writ, tho truth;
of the eternal Word of God, stand ii
the path of the fanatic host? They
too, are impiously swept away lik<
cob-webs, and in the estimation o
the radicals, there are none now s<
foul, treacherous and vile as those
who stand by their country and thei
God, like tho old-time patriots am
When bad men have successful!
combined for wicked and unholy pur
poses; when a baud of thieves is ope
rating, in whose councils unanimit
prevails for a time, tho communit;
I suffering from their lawless and felo
uious acts have but one hope fo
safety when tho law is impotent fo
protection. It is this: that when th
rogues have gathered and accumn
lated their plunder, they will ulti
mately quarrel over the distribuido:
of their ill-gotten gains. The probn
bility that all organized thieves an
robbers will ultimately cut cac
other's throat is a reileciion whit
inspires us with hope, and cause
our minds to be possessed with pr
tience, even while wc sigh and groa
at tho calamities, present and prc
spective, which threaten our destruc
taon. The strong arm and vigilanc
I of the law often cements and prc
serves by its action organization r
war with society, by its very efforl
to destroy them. The pressure c
justice and the clangers of dissensioi:
and divisions in their conclaves, frc
qucntly unite villains and make thei
keep the peace for their common sc
curity. Rut let all pursuit and oppc
sition be removed, let crime and vic
lenee run wild and unchecked, an
these unhallowed agents of perditio
fall upon and destroy ono anothe
and, like a nest of writhing viper
perish from the mutual venom of r<
These considerations encourage i
in the belief that the vile and inf:
mons party, now wrecking our dost
nies, will never be so near destrn
tion as when it has hurled from i
course ali opposition and resistant'
It will then perish from the seeds <
decay which it has ever borne in i
polluted bosom, and, iii its despera
j frenzy, it will become suicidal in i
action. As soon as this unscrupuloi
party no longer feels tho restrain
which its conservative adversan
have; put upon it, it will become f
riously centrifugal, and go spinnii
down to ruin. As soon as its ga
bitterness and poison cannot bc p
upon others, it will die from excess
virus, as snakes and mad-dogs d
and will perish miserably from tl
extent and magnitude of its own ct
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BRAZIL. -The Emperor of Braz
who, as Ave have said on a form
occasion, is a very clever and enligl
cued gentleman, is expected in t
United States before a great win
Such of our friends as have Brazil
the brain should possess their soi
in patience until his Majesty's ad vei
when they may possibly obtain i
portant information in regard to tl
country, which could not bc read
procured through any other soun
While every one has tho undenial
right to elect for himself in the m
ter, we are apprehensive that emig
tion to Brazil, like emigration frc
this country to Mexico, will result,
a majority of cases, in disappoi
ment and misery.
INDICTMENT FOU TKEASON QUASHI
The indictment for treason against
P. Bullet in the United States t
cuit Court, at Louisv'ilL\ Ky., \
cputshed on the 13th, tho Unil
States attorney entering a nolle />r
A correspondent of tho New Haven
Register writes ns follows:
The Southern country is in au aw?
ful condition. It must bo seen to bo
believed-the corn crop, their princi?
pal article of food, having failed this
season on account of the drought. It
is expected starvation must take place
in some sections before next spring.
Corn is now selling for S2.30 per
bushel, and bacon ai twenty-five
bents per pound. God knows the
radicals need not wish tuc Southern
people to suffer more than they aro
suffering. If they -were barbarians
they could not treat them worse than
they wish to.
The negroes have no hesitation in
saying they were better off as slaves
than now. It is evident to a candid
mind they have never bceu worked
very hard, from tho fact that since
their freedom they have rented lands
from their former owners, and have
eaten, during the time they have been
raising their crops, more than they
have raised altogether. This docs
not leave a very wide margin for
them to live on from harvest to har?
vest, and yet .they claim to have
worked a "heap" harder than cvei
before. They nave no conception in
managing for themselves.
They deserve compassion. They
have been robbed from good homes,
foran idea, to wander like vagabonds
broadcast through thc country tr
starve. This same gentleman-Dr.
Tate-in conversation, remarked, witl
all thc warmth of a parent, "Vt na'
can we do for our poor negroes? Wc
are unable to assist them, having los
all ; and yet wo would willingly share
with them rather than have them suf
fer, but wo have nothing left to divide
-they must starve."
This is really their condition. Whcr
the war closed, the darkies got it ii
their heads they could not be frei
unless they left their old homes
under the impression given them lr
these Abolition demagogues. Tin
novelty of freedom has passed-tin
reality stares them in tho face. Hi
has no one to feed, clothe and giv
him any little notion he may fancy
as formerly. They begin tb realiz
fully their condition, a hungry ste
mach being a faithful monitor, and a
soon as they need anything, they pa
back to their old masters, begging fo
shelter and something to eat. Thc;
cannot refuse them, so they la;
around their old homes until thei
former owners are compelled, fo
their own protection, to tell them t
SENATOR JOHN SHERMAN EXPLAINS
In his late speech at Cincinnati
Senator Sherman said of thc const:
"If it is rejected-if, by the trci
chery of the man whom we elected t
power, the Southern people are finall
led to reject that constitutional am?ne
ment-then let us place our supei
structure on the rock of eternal trutl
j where all the powers of hell shall nc
shake it. [Applause.] They ask yo
how you will do it. I say we will te
them how when the time come:
[Great applause. J The day has ne
gono by, and I believe tho solem
judgment and determination of til
American people will bc, that if thei
is no other way to deal with this poe
plc, that we will take the most rael
cal doctrine that the wildest mau i
the country can think of and adop
[great applause,] rather than to sn
render again to this rebellious peop
power, not only over negro populi
tion, but power over ourselves."
Wo presume this sentiment ncce
no explanation. Tho plan referee
to is Brownlow's. Everybody knov
what that is. Tho* only consolatio
will be that men so atrociously wicke
have not power equal to malice.
GEORGIA PENITENTIARY.-Thc Fe?
era! Union, whose editor has been i
the penitentiary, (on a visit only,) o
ludes to the energy displayed by Ct
Anderson in repairing this instit
tion, so effectually levelled by She
man's army. Everything about tl
place is clean and well-ordered; scv
ral patches are cultivated in veget
bles for the convicts; a number
hogs fed on the kitchen slops, ni
everything is managed with as mm
economy and thrift as a well-orden
Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton a
nounces herself in tho New York p
pers as a candidate for repr?sentai
in Congress. She professes indepe
elent principles, with a moral rosen
tion in favor of the Republican part
provided it advocates negro suffraj
and asks support on the high groin
of safety of thc nation and justice
its citizens. ? .
A correspondent writing from t
West says Kansas City, Missouri, v*
soonbe a city of 100,000 inhabitan
Its annual review of trade, as pu
lished in the annals of that eil
showed a business of $0,011,300.;
Behind and comm "ally tributa
to Kansas City is ""rain and fri
producing country larger than t
States of Ohio, Indiana, Illino
Michigan, Iowa and Minnesota, wi
no other outlet save throngh tl
All apprehension of Fenian raids
has been dispelled in the minds of
tho Canadians, and the Homo Go?
vernment has been notified that no
more troops are needed. Tho To?
ronto city authorities state that the
English Government intends demand?
ing a suppression of the Fenian or?
ganization by thc Administration, or
they threaten to aid thc copperheads
in dividing the Union with a few
Armstrong guns. A member of the
Canadian Cabinet stated that the
troops sent there from Eugland were
intended for more serious contingen?
cies than those presented by Fenian
A mechanic named Emory, at
Albany, New York, has invented a
new cotton gin, whose merits aro
that it is portable. It is provided j
with a condenser, and can be worked '
as well in open air as in a house. A
larger per cent, of wool is obtained
from the seed and the length of the I
fabric wonderfully preserved. The
value of the staple to the manufac?
turer is enhanced from three to five
cents per ponnd.
It has been decided by the Acting
Comptroller of the Currency that
mutilated notes must bo redeemed I
by. the redemption agencies of the
national banks at thc commercial
centres so long as no reasonable
doubt exists as to the identity of thc
notes presented. When the natos are
so badly mutilated as make the value
or identity difficult to determine, thc
case should bc referred to the bank
by which they were issued.
For thc first time since 1860, the
receipts from the work of the con?
victs in the Massachusetts State Pri?
son have more than paid the ex?
penses of the institution. The hea?
viest earnings in the prison were
during tho last quarter, when they
amounted to ?27,000. The earnings
for the quarter immediately preced?
ing were 822,000. There aro now
548 prisoners in the institution.
COUNTERFEIT MONEY.-We caution
our readers against receiving nates of
the denomination of 850, 820 and
810, on the National Bank of Indi?
ana, at Indianapolis, and fractional
currency of the fifty-cent denomina?
tion. They aro very freely circulated
in this community, and the police
are earnestly inquiring for thc mo?
ney-makers and distributors.
THE FRENCH ARMY.-Napoleon is
at present engaged in re-organizing
his army, the chief change being au
extension of the term of service from
seven to ten years-six to be passed
in active service and four in the re?
serves. The army, when re-organ?
ized, will contain more than 900,000
WHAT WAS LOST BY STRIKES.-In a
recent speech, Lord Grey said that
during tho "strike" in the blast fur?
naces of England, the sum of ?50,
000 in wages was lost, and that
amongst those connected with the
rolling mills, who are still on a strike,
about ?10,000 in wages has already
The nichester Eridge, on the Bal?
timore and Ohio Railroad, thirteen
miles from Baltimore, which is a
stone one, gave way during the re?
cent heavy floods before the tremen?
dous volume of water. This was con?
sidered thc strongest bridge on the
road, and had successfully resisted all
Rev. Edward II. Hudson, a well
known Methodist minister at Pal?
myra, III., eloped last week with a
widow named McCullough. The
woman left three children behind.
Hudson took two of his children
with him, leaving his wife and a child
in his desolate homo.
The Carroll (Miss.) Record, of the
30th ult., says: "We have no crops.
The worms havo eaten np the leaves,
.forms and IMJIIS, andi havo now com?
menced on thc stalks. In another
week, if they continue as they have
been doing, they will devour the
crop, root and branch."
Of tho durability of timber in a
wet state, the piles of the bridge
built by the Emperor Trajan over the
Danube afford a striking example.
Ono of these piles was taken up and
found to be petrified to tho depth of
three-quarters of an inch, but the
rest of tho wood was perfect.
Gen. Beauregard and Maj. Harry
Gilmor, of rebel fame, are in Wash?
ington city, the guests of W. WT. Cor?
coran, thc banking prince. They
have been trying to obtain interviews
with the President, but so far have
A Federal soldier, who stole a watch
from Mr. Samuel Cline, about the
time of the Port Republic fight, has
returned it by express, with a letter
stating that his conscience compelled
him to return it!
So long ago as 18G0, thc whole
mass of lava ejected from Mount
?Etna was twenty times greater than
the mountain itself. It had destroyed
j The greatest elevation yet attained
by man, without leaving tho surface
in a balloon, is 19,000 feet. M. Rous
siugault and Colonel Hall ascended
Chimborazo to that height.
Tho population of the Sandwich
Islands has been reduced by licen?
tiousness and dissipation, in fifteen
1 years, from 110,000 to 70,000.
Thc New York^Tribune claims ?
weekly circulation of 127,000 copies.
There are 137,000 persons in Brook
lyn who do business in New York.
List of Arrivals at National Hotel, ?
W. K. Blake, Spartanburg; L. Eausdalo, \
Orangebnrg; George s. Hacker, Jacob I', i
Schimer, L. Muller, W. S. Brounin, c. S. j
Robbcrson, Charleston; J. M. Pilsburv, U.
S. Army: K. N. Miller, Barnwell;, V?. H.
Talvire, Greenville; ?]. I). Bowles, Camp?
bell, Ca.; Clifton A. Reed, Anderson C. H.;
C. F. Watus, Spartanburg; Samuel Brown,
Anderson; B. F. Morgan, Dacusville; C. N.
Taylor, Pickensvillc; Kev. P. T. Keith and
two Misses Keith, Charleston; W. Miller,
Newberry; J. H. Honour, Charleston; John
Ii. Thornly, G. & c. Railroad; Mrs. Or.
John Davis. Miss Marv A. Davis,Miss Mary
A. Kerr, W. H. Ki rr, Fairfit hi; C. M. Dil?
lon, Philadelphia; 1). Fleming, ti. A' ?G.
Railroad; J. S. Brown, Charleston; J.
Moselev, S. C. Railroad; M. J. Seiglcr, A. &
C. Railroad; T. A. Hayden, Spartanburg
Express; Edward Cudworth, J. H. Stciu
meycr, jr., Charleston.
"VfURSEItY RHYMES, LONDON TOY
1> BOOKS; Indestructible Primers and
Pleasure Books; Nonsensical Rhymes,with
Absurd Pictures; Large Letters hu- the
Little Ones; Fairy Books, A e. beautifully
print ed in Tdl colors, on tinted paper and
on linen, with elegantly illuminated covers,
of cloth and paper; exquisitely and sump?
tuously illustrated in od and water colors.
An attractive assortment just received by
Oct 17 t3_P._B. GLASS. Bookseller. _
gxxs ALL thc loading TEXT LOOKS,
flH^ByStandard Educational Works and
JgjMy Primary School Books, furnished
jtti>- Teachers and wholesale purchasers
supplied on liberal terms. Oct 17 wths3
IJERKON.s wishing FRAMES made to
suit any sized picture, eau he accom?
modated. The subscribers have now on
hand a largo stock of all kinds and styles
of GILT and ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS,
and will make frames neatly and on the
shortest notice. Call and examine sam?
ples at thc PIICENIX BOOKSTORE.
TOWNSEND ?Y, NORTH.
THE undersigned have this day asso?
ciated themselves together for the
transaction of strictlv a general COMMIS?
SION BUSINESS, and solicit the patron?
age of their friends and the public.
Office on G"rvji.is street, two doors be?
low J. C. Lvons' corner.
C. A. GRAESER,
W. s. McJUNKIN.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 10, 18(56.
Oct 17 _lmo_
State South Carolina-Richland Dist.
By J,u ob Bell, Ordinary of said District.
WHEREAS Mrs. E. M. McCully hath
applied to me for letters of adminis?
tration, de bonis non, on all and singular
the goods and chattels, rights and credits
of Susan Harendeu, late of the District
These are. therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular tho kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, to he and appear he
fore nie, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to he holden at ( lolumbia
on Friday, th. twenty-sixth day of Octo?
ber instant, at ten o'clock a. m., lo show
cause, if any, why the said administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seid of the Court,
this twelfth day of October, in tin- year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-six. and in the ninety-first
year of American independence.
Oct 17 w'2 Ordinary Richland Dist.
JUST OPENED, a fine assortment of:
Contv's NOLET POMADE.
li " CREME POMPADOUR.
" . CREME DE BEAUTE.
Delettrez Creme Duchesse.
Lubin's Extracts, for Handkerchief.
Farina Cologne, genuine.
Magnoli i Water.
Burnett's Toilet Setts.
Laird's Bloom of Youth.
Lubin's Soaps, assorted.
Rimmel's Toilet Bar Soap.
Brown Windsor Soap.
Rimmel's Pellucid Glycerine Soap.
Military Shaving Soap. At
Da. C. !L MIOT'S Drug Store.
English Tooth Brushes.
FEW dozen fine waxed backed ENC
LISII TOOTH BRUSHES, at
"DR. C. ll. MIOT'S Drugstore.
JUST OPENED, a large assortment of
Low's and John Cornell A Co.'s ENG?
LISH HAIR BRUSHES, at
Da. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
INDIA RUBBER, BUFFALO and IVORY
COMBS, at C. H. MIOT'S
Oct 17 Drug Store.
HOSTETTER'S ! ! I TTE RS.
Mi Li au's Strength'g Cordial.
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters.
Perry Davis' Pain Killer.
Hoolland's Cern?an Bitters.
Sandford's Liver Invigorator.
White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
Opium, Blue Mass.
Sulphur, ('ream of 'l'artar.
Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Seed.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
Together with a large assortment of
such articles as an generally kept in first
class drug stores. DR. C. H. MIOT,
Sept 1 Druggist and Chemist.
NE case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for sah'
MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
Messrs, John li. Wells and I'. I'. Cham?
bers were elected public weighers of col?
ton, yesterday eveniug, by tho City Council
BLANKS Foa SALE AT rms OFFICE. Let?
ters of Administration, Declaration un
Loud or Scaled Note. Mortgages and Con?
veyances of Real Estate.
Tuc IJUIININU OF COLUMIHA. An mier
..sting account ot the "'Sae!, and Dentruc?
tion of the City of Columbia, K. ('..'' ha?
just been issued, pamphlet form, trout
tho Plmttiix power ?.ress. Orders t?KeiW?>
any extent. Price 50 cents. Copies can be
obtained at this omeo and the bookstores.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. -Until furtlicr no?
tice, the mails will open and close as fol?
Northern mail opens 11 !, a. m.; closes I2J
p. m. Charleston and Western mail opens
Bp. m.; closes '.>\ a. m. Greenville mail
opens ~\ p. m.: (doses 8 p. m. On Sunday
thc hour of delivery is from to 1 p. m.
Wc understand that Mr. Wm. R. ITnntt,
Secretary uf State, will have ready, in a
short time, a compilation of authenticated
copies ol' Hu District Court Act, "Civil
Rights Bill," and three or four other Ads
passed at the recent special session, in
this boni; will bi' embraced the forms,
rules and regulations relating to the Dis?
trict Courts; and compiled in thc maimer
proposed by Mr. Huntt, will iud only lie a
convenient, but an authentic hand-book of
reference for the District Judges and law?
yers; and it may be well f?>r those who
wish to secure a copy, lo address Mr.
Huntt in time, as he ?shaving but a limited
number published. They will also bo for
sale at. this office.
INQUEST. Coroner Walker was called
upon yesterday, to hold au inquest upon
tie' lindy of a freedman named Lewis
Stuart, who was accidentally shot on Sun?
day evening last, by a freedman named
Willis Cook-, From the evidence adduced
before thc jury, it appeared that deceased
and Cook wen sitting in front of thc liri';
when Cook drew a pistol and in a playful
scuttle which ensued bid ween thc freed?
men, the pistol accidentally went, off. tho
ball 'striking Stuart in the stomach - in?
dicting a fatal wound, from the effects of
which he died yesterday morning. Dr. J.
J. Goodwyn was called iu immediately after
the occurrence, and rendered the sufferer
all the medical assistance in his power.
The jury returned a verdict of accidental
Tui". LAMP OF LIFE.-The glow of health
and beauty is now here mort; perceptible
and beautifully attractive than in the
ruddy, healthful, glowing, beautiful com?
plexion <'f a healthy person. The com?
plexion is radiant, and thc lamp of life
burns brightly, so lung as it is supplied
with pure blood. Thc Queen's Delight and
Sarsaparilla, tho gn at blood purifier, is a
cleaning and searching medicine-giving
strength to the feeble, invigorating and
restoring tin: old; cleansing ami purifying
thc young. The Queen's Delight and Sar?
saparilla is for sale by Fisher & Heinitsh,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Attention is call?
ed to the following advertisements, which
are published this morning Tor tho first
Salo of Fine Lands in Fairfield.
Hiram Harris -Miller'sAlmanac.
Wm. Munro Valuable: Lands.
Townsend A. North-Picture Frames.
Dr. C. II. Miot New Arrivals.
P. 1?. Glass- School Books, &c.
Gracscr .V McJunkin (Copartnership.
Jacob Pell Citation Mrs. E. M. McOully.
Bauch & Gougelmann Artiiicia! Eyes.
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' Co TO II EA DQI" AnTElts. For any article
of house hold necessity, go to the most re?
liable manufacturer, that you may then be
satisfied of honest bargains. It is well
known that all the Family Laundry or Toi?
let Soaps sent out from the extensive
works of Colgate A' Co., New York, are of
the full advertised weight, as well as of
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Ivory in coral set,
When 'twixt parties' lips you see,
Sozodont, 'tis safe to bi t,
Beautifies the ivory.
A KT IFlt IA li E YES-ARTI FICIAL
HUMAN EYES made to order and inserted
by Dis. F. BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN,
(formerly employed by Roissonneau, of
Paris.) No. 399 Broadway, New York.
Oct 17 ly
Fiftieth Year of Publication !
M I IL E ]R ' S
Planters' ami Merchants' Almanac for 1X67.
]PRINTED throughout with new type
and on good clear paper. Will be pub?
lished abor1 tho second week in November.
Any information or corrections that are
intended for insertion must be sent to tho
( fticc ol' publication before thc last of this
All orders for any quantity arc requested
as early as possible. Price per hundred,
?17. " HIRAM HABEIS, Publisher,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Oct 17 Duo
CO?OlAB, COFFEE, ETC.
500 bushels Wbite.CORN.
oil!) bushels Mixed Corn.
Sugar, Coffee, Salt.
Bagging, Kopo and Twine. For sale by
Sept 2G ALFRED TOLLESON.
?)/\/\ SACKS SALT, at low figures, bv
OUI * ALFRED TOLLESON.
nx urDYivn Pinn ?
(1 IVES the BEST LICHT of any Unidor
TT oils now in use. Warranted non-ex?
plosive. At retail or wholesale by
Oct 13 ALFRED TOLLESON.