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'. BV JULIAN A. SELBY. COLUMBIA. S. C.. FRIDAT MORNING, NOVEMBER 1. 1867. VOLUME III-NO. 19S.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TBI-WEEKLY.
BTEBT WED??E3DAY MORNINO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
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J. M. Allen, Greenville.
BALTIMORE.-Some weeks ago, we
wrote an article on the olaims of
Baltimore on the business men of
the S out h. We extract with pleasure
the following paragraphs from the
Charleston News, on the same topio:
There is no city in the United
States that, to a Southerner, has more
pleasant associations than are con?
nected with the name and memory
of Baltimore. The "Monumental
City" looked noon herself as a city
of the South; and, when the late war
began, she showed by her conduct
the purity and disinterestedness of
Those who have pined day after
day in the barrack-hutches of Fort
Delaware, those who have frozen and
burned at Point Look-out; those who
have tasted the unpleasantness of
Fort McHenry, and the pens of
Elmira; need not be told what Balti?
more did, in clothing the naked,
feeding the hungry, and giving words
of comfort to the wounded and dis?
tressed. The good works of the peo?
ple of Baltimore, were only limited
by the wants of those who were suf?
fering, or by the restrictions of mili?
tary Orders. They know no such
words as wearying and turning buck ;
but gave freely of all that they had
for the benefit of tho Southern soldier,
nt a time when a word, or act of kind?
ness, for the Southern cause, was
liable to end in a tedious imprison?
ment, or a forced journey "across
the lines." A Southerner, when the
war olosed, however worn or shatter?
ed, however banished or torn, found
a warm welcome in Baltimore. His
reception was not measured accord?
ing to the lace upon his sleeve, but,
whatever his rank or condition, ho
received a cordial greeting and sub?
stantial aid. Means were found of
^assisting Southerners in their busi
"ness affairs. Men who were able to
work were given employment; but
there, even, the big-hearted Bolti
moreans did not stop. They plan?
ned a way of educating the orphan
children of Southern soldiers; they
subscribed for the support of the
maimed and injured; they poured out
their substance like water, in behalf
of the destitute South.
It would be a mockery indeed, to
pretend that it was necessary to prove
the claims of Baltimore upon the
South. Gratitude, honor, lovo, re?
spect; this is what the South gives
to Baltimore, and, with all her giving,
it will be long ere the -\ ast debt is
But, while Baltimore is a large and
flourishing commercial city, there is
one way of lightening the burden
that lies upon our shoulders. As a
market for the South, Baltimore is
equal to Now York. Her business is
rapidly increasing, and, already, n
fine line of steamships finds full
freights to and from Charleston.
The city that remembered the South
in the day of her adversity, should
bo remembered when the South has
business to do and patronage to give.
A whole generation of Southern trade
will not give Baltimore more than
she has given the South; and, when
duty, interest nnd the memory of a
thousand nets of kindness, impel our
people iu ihe same direction, there
is little doubt of the result.
BEFORE AND AFTER.-Before the
Ohio election, Ben. Wade said:
"You must storm the Sebastopol of
the AlmiglUy and shell Him from His
throne, before tho principles of the
Democratic party can predominate."
After the election, he becamo more
profane but less sanguine. Hear
"Tho d-d nigger, and the G-d
d-d bonds, have given the State to
the d-d Copperheads."
NEW FORM OF BENEDICTION. -We
find the following special despatch
in the Boston Traveler, dated Octo?
Yesterday morning, before the ser?
mon, Mr. Beecher said: I suppose I
feel about my people very much as
a man does who hos perfect confl
U6??? iii tito opct;?.I uu? endurance of
his horses. He knows that in an emer?
gency they won't fail him; that if
necessary, ho can, with the slightest
touch of his whip, double or even
treble their speed; and attain any
desired point with his team, mi
breathed and undisturbed. So with
you, I know that I can rely upon yon
at any time for assistance, and can
never appeal to you in vain. I hold
in my nand a letter, detailing the
services of a Mrs. Potter, in Charles?
ton, a lady who has impoverished
herself in the cause of charity, who
neted tho part of a heroine from the
discharge of the first hostile gun at
Sumter to the present honr. The
letter is accompanied by a pile of let?
ters from Union soldiers, thanking
her for her kindness to them when
they were sick and in trouble; letters
from mothers the land over, asking
about their dead boys, if they knew
they were dying, if they had any
hope in Christ, how they were wound?
ed and where they were buried. I
have not come with this thing unad?
visedly. I have read these letters
with tears. The lady proposes to re?
move the 311 dead Union soldiers
now lying in the Potter's Field there
to Magnolia Cemetery, and to erect
a monument over them, at a cost of
A collection was then taken np at
the request of Mr. Beecher, which
amounted to 81,105. At the close of
the services, when the people siood
with bent heads, waiting for the ben?
ediction. Mr. Beecher gave it in this
"I shall take np another collection
this evening. May the grace of our
Lord and Saviour be with you all,
now and forever. Amen."
The full amount was collected dur?
ing the evening servies.
NEGRO TYRANNY. -Wo learn that a
few of the would-be leaders among
the negroes of this city, doubtless
neting under instructions from the
Military Mayor, were active yester?
day in calling on tho few conserva?
tive colored men who had not voted
and who declared their indifference
to mixing in the contest, and gave
them notice, that unless they voted,
they should not remain in tho city.
Great exasperation was exhibited to?
ward these peaceable and law-abiding
colored men, and they openly pro?
claimed their determination to force
every registered negro in the city to
go to the polls.
Tho exhibition of such relentless
and intolerable tyranny over their
own race shows clearly what we must
expect in their conduct toward the
whites, should they, through the
Convention swindle, get into power.
These leading negroes are as bitter
and vindictive against the whites
now as their progenitors were to each
other in tho tangled thickets and
deep jungles of their nativo Africa.
BANISHMENT OF WHITE MEN FROM
VIRGINIA.-Tho first active exercises
of sovereignty by the blacks of the
South has occurred in Virginia, tho
proudest of tho Southern States and
the "mother of Presidents" in the
days of old. The negroes, having
carried the city of Bichmond in tho
constitutional election, have followed
np their victory by the organization
of a "vigihiuce committee," and
have ordered two white citizens, who
opposed thoir ticket, to leavo the
State withiu forty-eight hours. Thoy
will doubtless obey the command, as
a refusal would cost them their lives.
A black mob is not likely to stop short
in a career of violence. We suggest
that the bauished whites bc invited to
visit New York, and that a grand
public reception be tendered to them.
They will excite more enthusiasm
thau thc martyred Stanton, and, aa
the pioneer victims of negro rule,
deserve a demonstration.
[New York Herald.
THE NET,- YoRn. H&BAUD.-There
is n rumor, apparently well founded,
that Mr. Bennett is negotiating for
tho Bale of that wonderfully popular
newspaper. Tho price is stated to be
81,000,000-a good, round figure
and a company, of whioh Mr. Leo?
nard W. Joromo is said to be the
head, is contemplating the purohase.
It is said that the Kansas River
j bottoms will, this year, produce 112
bushels of oom to the acre. That
will rnftke np for some of the defi
~ TAKE A CHANCE.
ONLY 12.00, no gift concern, but a splen?
did SILVER PITCHER, worth $100 and
moro, at T. W. RADCLIFFE'S, for tho
benefit of a needy and afflicted family.
A COUGH, A COLD, OR A SORE
THROAT, requires immediate attention,
and should bo checked. If allowed to con?
tinue, Irritation of tho Lungs, a Perma?
nent Throat Disease, or Consumption, is
often tho result.
IIHOW.VS BRONCHIAL, TROCHES
Having a direct influonce to tho parts, givo
immediate relief. For BRONCHITIS, ASTH?
MA, CATARRH, CONSUMPTIVE AND THROAT
DISEABES, Troches aro used with always
Singers and Public Speakers use them to
clear and strengthon tho voice.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tro?
ches," and do not tako any of tho worth?
less imitations that may bo offered. Sold
everywhere. Oct 27 iimo
NEW MARRIAGE on DE.-An Es?
say for Young Men, on Physiological Er?
rors, Abuses and Diseases, incident to
Youth and Early Manhood, which creato
impediments to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of relief. Sent in scaled letter en?
velopes, freo of chargo. Address, Dr. J.
SEILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard ABSocia
tion. Philadelphia. Pa._8ept 25 3mo
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will euro tho Itch.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will cure Salt Rheum,
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases ol
Prico 50 cents-bv mail CO cents. All
Drng?ists sell it. WEEKS A POTTER,
Boston. Mass.. Proprietors. Sept 18 fly
PAN Kif IN'S HEPATIC BITTERS arc
rapidly gaining in public esteem. Tkej
aro decidedly tho most excellent Vegetabh
Tonic yet discovered for tho euro of gene?
ral debility and disorders of tho stomaci
or liver. Those who have used them pro
nounce them to be all that is claimed foi
them. For sale by all druggists.
April 12 fly Du. C. H. MIOT, Agent.
INVISIBLE POISONS_Tbo Medici)
and the Borgias fortified their system:
with powerful antidotes against tho subth
poisons with which they used to deatro;
their enemies, and which they fearc?
might one day be employed against them
selves. There are invisible poisons, al
r.nei ar deadly, against which few of n
think of taking any precautions. Thea
banes arc in tho air. When tho atraot
pherc ia surcharged with them, as it some
times is at this season, epidemic fever
ensue. Thc summer which has jus
closed has been a moat remarkablo om
Thc amount of rain that has fallen ha
bcou enormous, and tho exhalations froi
tho soil havo been, and aro, dense an
copious almost boyond example. The.
exhalations exercise a pernicious inlh
enca on tho vital powers, and predispoi
the system to disease. Everywhere pe?
plc are complaining of unusual dcbiiit;
lasaitudo and depreeaion. These symj
toma aro generally forerunners of an eu
demie. Combat thom oarly-before thc
lapae into aomothing worse-with
'HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS,
Tho most effective antidoto to malaria th.
tho vegetable kingdom has over yielde
Its operation is three-fold- iuvigoratin.
depurativo and anti-bilious, broe fro
any ingredient that is in tho slightest d
groo deleterious to health, and containh
the juices and extracts of tho rarest met
cinal herbs, it is immeasurably superb
as a defensive preparation, to any otb
tonic, herbal or mineral, at present uai
in medical practice. A course of Hosti
ter's Bitters is, humanly speaking, a pc
feet safoguard against' intermittent ai
remittent te vers._Oct 23 Cf
DEW OK THE ALPS.
For ealo wholesale hy all thc grocers
New Orleans, Charleston, Mobile, Sava
nab and New York.
DEW OF THE ALTS
Received tho first premium at the Pa:
DEW OF THE ALPS.
Tin) manufacturers of the above cord
not only received tho first premium at t
Paria Exposition, but wcro decorated
DEW OF THE ALFS.
For salo by all tho druggists, groci
and frnit stores in tho United States.
BRANDY, RUM AND WINES.
5,000 caaea old Cognac Brandy, impor
especially for privato uso.
300 oases old Jamaica and St. Croix Rc
bottled before the war.
10,000 caeca Madeira, Sherry an *. Por
some very old and superior -vari?
brands; all warranted pure. For salo I
Aug IC 3mo 22 Beaver st., New Yorl
_ESTABLISHED IN 1828._
BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-I
splendid Hair Dye is the bent in tho wo
The only true and perfect Dye-harmli
reliable, instantaneous. No disappo
mont. No ridicnlous tints. Natural bl
or brown. Remedios the ill effects of
dyes. Invigorates the hair, leaving it
and beautiful. The genuino is signed '
liam A. Batchelor. All others are n
I imitations, and should be avoided, i
\ by all druggist* and perfumers. Fac?
181 Barclay street, New York, mw Bov
I of a counterfeit. Deo ll :
, * ',V ' ': . r '?? .y
Have You Been There ?
IP NOT, CALL AT ONCE AND EXAMINE THE CHOICE SELECTION OF
NOW OFENING. and FOE SALE, and cheap enough to Hat is fy tho moat economical,
at the store of M. WINSTOCK. The Ladies' attention is particularly invited to
tho stock of
Consisting of .PRINTS, beautiful patterns and fast colors: Brown and Bleached
DOMESTICS, good and cheap DELAINES, ALPACAS, FLANNELS, LINSEY8,
CAS8IMEBES, for Gouts and Boys, and PIECE GOODS of all description,
^Whlte Gi-oods of* all Descriptions.
Ladies' Cloaks oft lie Latest Styles,
New Style of* Balmoral Skirts,
.AJLl Descriptions of Hoop Skirts.
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
COUNTRY DEALERS, and tho PUBLIC IN GENERAL, aro respectfully invited to
call and look Rt my goods, as they will bo shown with pleasure, and yon will find that
we sell cheaper than tho cheapest in tho city.
October 15 MAIN STREET.
R. C. ANDERSON
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH THE MOST
GENT'S READY-MADE CLOTHING
TO BE MINO M THIS MARKET*
CHEAP CLOTHING, GOOD CLOTHING and tho VERY BEST OF CLOTHING.
Suits from 66.50 to $75.00: or, in (act, at anv price to snit your pocket.
( Ibildron's, Boys', Youth's and Young Men's CLOTHING, an excellent assort?
ment, REALLY CHE Al*.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
TRAVELING SHAWLS, Lap Robes, Cardigan Jackets, Wool Scarfs, Rubber Over
Coats, Capes, Ponchos a/id Ruuher Traveling Pillows.
ATS AND OAFS.
A superb assortraout of Gent's, Youth's and Children's, SILK, CASSIMERE,
BRUSH FELT, WOOL and CLOTH HATS, all of tho most fashionable styles.
UMBRELLAS, TRAVELING TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES, LADIES* HAT
CASES, Ac, Ac.
Having Mr. W. W. WALKER with mo, and a splendid assortment of CLOTHS, CA8
SIMERES, VESTINGS, Ac, on hand, wo aro prepared to mnke up to measure, at short
notice, ANYTHING A MAN WANTS, at prices to suit the times.
OctoberJ3_R. C. ANPFRSON, Ag?nt.
COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE.
TM/\ TEST TTV1 l-? f-t r-VTT ll.!!*
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMBNTS IND MACHINERY,
MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, D7
A. R. COLTON, COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE facilities I have for MANUFACTURING-and connection with moro than
twenty First-class Manufacturers-warrant mo in offering tho most liberal induce?
ments to the largest dealers. Orders respectfully solicited and promptly executed.
Descriptive catalogues sent free.
September 20 A. R. COLTON.
HAVING removed my FUR
_TPP_NITURE business to tho Na
QMtationai Expresa old stand, I
would bo glad to see my former pa?
trons and tho public geuorallv give me a
call, aa I have a nice stock of FURNITURE
on hand, and will make to order or repair
anything in tho Furnit ure line very reaaon
able, and workmanship to ph'aao even thc
most fastidious. .TE lt OME FAGAN,
Washington ?t., bet. Main and Asseiu'y.
A few doora from old stand.
A u g 10_Ctn o
FISHING TACKLE, &C.
^ THE undersigned has re
moved bis stock of goods in
>g-?crV tho above line to the storo
tr ?next to Fisher A Hoinitsh's.
Guns and Pistols repaired and put in
p?rfect order, at reasonable notice.
P. W. KRAFT,
Main street, opposite Piiamlc Office.
Aug 28 _
Wolfe1? ??hifdam Ssbsappi arc pat
np in quart and pint bottles, with tao pro
Krietor'a name on tho bottle, cork and
The old Sporting Literary Emporium.
304 Suntu Fifth Street, Philadelphia.
WE have recently added to onr stock a
very cuoico selection of rich and
rare Books, Pamphlets, Songs, Cartes clo
Visite. Photographs, Ac, ?vc Send for a
circular. Address J. T. SMITH, Ag't,
So 302 Month Fifth Street, Phiia.
Jule *20 fem?
ANOTHER EDITION just published,
hoing the ;?sth of thu POCKET .ES
CL' TALI L'S, or Every Ono his own Doctor,
iiioiadiug a Treatise on Diseases of Fe?
males. Irregularities, Ac. with a hundred
engravings, explaining those diseases in
both sexes. By Wm. Young, M. D.
Every one may conduct any case of se?
cret disoase, solf-abueo or those- distress?
ing diseases incidental to youth, manhood
or old age, without resorting to tho quacks
of the present day. Let no man contem?
plating marriage "bo another hour without
reading this wondorful book, as it discloses
important secrets which should be known
to them particularly. Let the weak and
bashful youth who bas ruined his consti?
tution by tho debasing habit of self-abuse
road this book. It will be sent to all parts
of the United States and Canadas for 50
cents. SW Send for Pocket iEscnlnpinn.
DB. WM. YO?t?G,
Ko. 416 Spruce st., Philadelphia, Ponn.
?June 24 My
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
_COLUMBIA, s. c.
15 Firkins North Carolina Butter,
FRESH from the Mountains, for salo
low, by FISHER <fc LOWRANCE.
FOR SALE LOW, by
Oct 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Mackerel and Herring.
AFRE8H SUPPLY received to-day, and
for sale, by
Pot 12 FISHER A LOWRANOE.
3TIERCES Canvassed BAHS, for sale
by FISHER A LOWRANOE.
Wooden Ware and Brooms.
"I K DOZ. PATNTED PAILS,
J_?_) 10 doz. Cedar Pails,
25 doz. Brooms, in ettore, and at low
Oct 12 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Twenty Dozen Canned Oysters,
1 (\ DOZ. CANNED TOMATOES,
1U Green Corn,
Mixen Pickles, Ac.
Received to-day, and for sale low, by
Oct 12_FISHER & LOWRANCE.
300 SACKS SALT,
200 pounds TWINE,
80 coils ROPE, in store and for salo
low, by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
BY the box or at retail, low for cash, by
8ept 29 FISHER A LOWRANOE.
SUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP, BACON,
IRON. STEEL, Axles, Springe, Carriage
Materials, Parlor Matches, Etc.
Sept 20 FI8HER A LOWRANCE.
THE TRIUMPH OF ART!
MORE TESTIMONY IN FAVOR OF
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight,
EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS: "The
Queen's Delight is beginning to
awaken the attention of oar physicians.
Its remarkable curative power is seen in
its wonderful effect upon disease. As a
blood purifier, there is no medicino like it
known to the profession. A gentleman
told me that his son has been taking the
Queen's Delight, and is more benefited by
it than by any other medicine Ho wants
a dozen bottles."
Extract from a lotter: "It is dne to you
to state in this public manner, in order
that tho people may know the truth, that
I have tried your Queen's Delight, and
found it not only what you eaid it was-"a
pure medicine"-but the beat medicino I
nave ever takon for eruptions and general
bad health. I bad an eruption all over my
body, with impaired digestion and disor?
dered liver, and have tried a great many
medicines without any benefit. I havo
ta.ken ona bottle of your Queen's Delight,
tho eruption has disappeared, my appetite
I is betti r, my liver and digestion is im?
proved. I am satisfied one or two more
bottles will cure me."
Extract from a lettor: "At the close of
the war, my constitution was shattered. I
could not eat, sleep or perform any duty
whatever, soon was my proatrate condi?
tion. Medicine and medical aid I bad In
abundance, snch was my condition up to a
few months since, when I hogan the uta of
vonr Queen's Delight. I Lavo used two
bottles, my constitution ls greatly im?
proved, my appetite is good, enjoy refresh?
ing sleep, ann am able to perform my share
of daily labor."
Extract from a letter-Wonderful effect
of only one bottle: "I havo need only a
half bottle of 'Queen's Delight' for boils
and eruptions of the skin anti itching hu?
mors of the blood, which annoyed me very
much. I am entirely cured. I think your
medicine a valuable one."
A remarkable case of liver complaint and
headache cured bv tho use of "Heinitsh's
Queen's Delight:'' A lady of unquestioned
worth and reputation voluntarily givoB tes?
timony of the wonderful effeots of this
medicine. She has been from early years
a martyr to Headaches, cansed by imper?
fect action of the liver, producing intense
headache and pain over the eye?. She bas
taken only four bottles, and Rasuren us ot
the perfect euro it bas made. She now eu -
Joy* good health.
Still another' ..Dnrtnrr loot Spring, T Jjj> J
boon troubled with obstinate chilla and
fever, whioh, when cured, left my system
in a wrotcbod condition, blood impuro, and
I was afflicted with an angry, and, as I at
ono time thought, an incurable, cutaneous
eruption ovor my entiro body. Tho most
violent romedien suggested tailed to work
a cure, until, at the instance of a friend, I
tried Dr. Ueinitoh's Q neon's Delight. Lesa
than two bottles cured me, leaving my akfti
in a healthy condition. My eenoral health
ls aa good as evor. For such purposes, I
have, ever since my cure, unhesitatingly
recommended your Queen's Delight."
Don't buy any but tho right kind. Ali
genuine Queen's Delight baa tko copv-right
mark on the outside, and lt is tho only
medicine which produces theso wonderful
cures. For salo wholesale and retail at
FISHER A UEINITSH'S
April Drug Store.