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Wednesday Morning, Nov. 20.1887.
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Bollneu KnterprlM -rs. Politic?.
All the evils and drawbacks which
have befallen the country's prosperity
have been the work of politicians;
all the benefits derived and all the
progress she has made, have been the
result of Ihe efforts of her enterpris?
ing business men. This is so potent
to any observing "mau, that it needs
but little illustration . to prove it;
nevertheless, we find that the politi?
cians have been almost invariably the
recipients of the benefits and honors
within ihe gift of the people to con?
Thin is ?. strange anomaly, but
may, in part, bo accounted for by the
democratic nature of our institutions
and the popular form of go er um ont
established after the revolt from that
of Great Britain. These reflections
are induced by an article in the
National Intelligencer, which says thal
"the magic power that in a day con?
verts an inferior, unknown man to be
an objeot of- distinction and ol
honors, is a curious commentary OD
the habits of. thought indulged in by
our people. If we survey the ground
minutely and trace ont the real meriti
of our politicians, we shall be as?
tounded at the results of the inquiry,
and all the more so, if we institute e
comparison between them and oui
great men of business."
But it is in a comparison betweet
the results of the labor and efforts o:
the two classes named, that we wil
find the proof of the allegation whicl
we make, in the opening sentence o
this article. What the politician:
have done, is too sadly apparent
especially to us in the excluded
States, to need any enlarged com
ment They have divided a people
whose greatness and prosperity, whosi
progress in attaining the rank an?,
position of the greatest nation on thi
barth, depend mainly on union, har
mony and internal peace. The;
brought on civil strife among a pee
pie of the same kindred and race
and have bequeathed an immens
national debt to thc present and sue
ceediug generations. The pnymou
of the interest on this debt, and th
gradual redemption of the principal
of course, involve a burden of taxn
tion, which must cripple, to som
extent, the means and energies of th
people. This has been the work c
tho politicians of both sections.
Now, what has the industry, enei
gy and perseverance of the enterpris
ing business mon of the country ac
complished? In less than a cor
tury-not a day in the history of th
nation-these men were silently t
work, to expand and enlarge over
source of production, give impotu
to every branch of. industry, nud b
all the agencies of labor, while tb
ambitions politicians and office-seel
ers wero promoting discord andstrift
to bind the people together in unit
of interest and sympathy. Wini
the politicians were at their work <
disruption, they were linking evei
section of the country together wit
iron bands, and with lines of stean
ers. A complote net work of railway
covers the whole country, from i
Eastern to its Western boundar;
while the vessels necessary to cari
on our foreign and domestic trot
and commerce, cover tho great big!
ways of nations, and every navigab
river and stream in the country.
By suoh magnificent enterprise
thus promoting identity of in tero
among the people of all section
they havo doubtless thwarted, to
great extent, tho natural results
the machinations of the ambitio
and selfish politicians, and avert?
still greater evils than wo now bos
Such men deserve the 'nighest bono
tho people can bestow, and oro en
tied to the nation's gratitude.
MosTEttED OUT.-By direction
the President. Brig. G??. Ii. '.
Scott, Assistant Commissioner of t
Freedmen's Bureau for South Gai
lina, an well os Maj. Gen. Dr. niel
Sickles, havo been honorably mi
tored out of. tho servico of the Unit
Staten, to take effect from January
1868. _ _
Tito elephant attached to Bob
son's circus-which is now perfor
ing in Charleston-mudo his osca
Sunday night, and promenaded i
streets for awhile, to tho great ala
of numbers o? tho citizens. Ho \
recaptured by his kcoper with<
-M.JI ? i-inf H'M li .--*
OnSTBTJOTIOri OP RAIIIBOADS.-The
following order has been issued tioai
the headquarters of the 2d Military
*$t any person, with intent to
obstruct, stop, hinder, dolay or. dis?
place the cara traveling on any road,
ox to stop, hinder or delay the pas?
sengers or others passing over the
same, shall wilfully place or put any
matter or thing upon, over or near
any railroad track; or shall wilfully
and maliciously destroy, injure or
remove the road-bed, or any part
thereof, or any rail, tie or other part
of the fixture appurtenant to or con?
stituting or supporting any portion of
the track of such railroad; or shah
wilfully and maliciously do any other
thing with like intent; or shall wil?
fully or maliciously injure the road?
bed, or the fixtures aforesaid, or any
part thereof, with any other intent
whatsoever, ouch person so offending
shall be deemed guilty of a misde?
meanor, and, on conviction thereof
before a military commission, or
other court of competent jurisdic?
tion, shall be fined not exceeding
$1,000, nor less than $200, and be
imprisoned not more than three
.years, nor less than six months, and
shall be committed to jail till he find
Burety for his good behavior, for a
space of time not less than three nor
more than seven years. And, if it
shall happen that, by reason of the
commission of the offences aforesaid,
or any of them, any engine or car
shall be displaced from the track, or
shall be stopped, hindered or delayed,
so that any person thereby be in?
stantly killed, or so wounded or hurt
as to die therefrom within six calen?
dar months thereafter, the party so
offending, his counsellors, aiders and
abettors, on conviotion, shall suffer
death ; and if any person shall there?
by be maimed or be disabled in the
use of any limb or member, then and
in every such case such offender or
offenders shall, on conviction, suffer
fine and imprisonment, in the discr??
tion of the court. "
COST OF COTTON PRODUCTION.-The
New York Tribune, of Thursday, has |
the following paragraph:
An ex-Major General in our armies,
and present cotton planter of Geor?
gia, resident in Ohio, writes ns that
the cotton crop of the South, instead
of being worth 21 cents per pound to
the ' producer, as estimated in our
article on the "Cotton crop and tax,"
has been worth only 12>^ cents per
pound, while it has cost to raise it
from 13 to 18 cents; "HO that beyond
question, cotton-growing at present
prices is a losing business." He avers
that one-third of the cotton raised in
the South is grown by Northern men
and freedmen, and that the decline
in the price of the staple requires a
repeal of the tax. Ho denies that
America has a monopoly of the kind
and quality of cotton produced at the
South; and, therefore, that the tax
falls on the consumer. Ho alleges,
finally, that the tax must bo repealed,
or that the production of cotton in
the South must cease. It is a ques?
tion which will address itself to the I
judicious consideration of Congress.
CONFERENCE OF TUE BOARD OF 1
TRADE wira Gov. ORR.-Messrs.
Edwin Bates, Henry Cobia, C. Frone- j
berger, W. Gurney, G. W. Clark and
M. Strauss, a committee of tho |
Charleston Board of Trade, wore in
conference yesterday morning with
Gov. Orr, in relation to the State]
taxes. It is boped that much good
may result from the interview, as it
will probably placo the committee in
communication with Gen. Canby
upon tho snmo subject.
[ Charleston News.
A young Englishman set fire to tho
hay stacks of tho father of bis sweet?
heart, in revenge for being denied the
privilege of courting ber. Ho was
certainly in a burning passion.
On tho 12th Novombor, 1867, hy Rev. W. ,
E. Bogga, Mr. P. K. McOULLY, of Ander?
son, ti. C., and Miss M. J.-CATHCART, of j
Columbia, S. C.
Pine Apples, Oranges, &c.
2BB LU. PINE APPLES,
2 bbls. Oranges,
5 bbls. Apples. Just received, and for
sale low, by T. J. GIBSON.
Nov 20 i 2
STRAYED OR STOLEN?"
A SMALL Black and Tan TERRIER.
A A liberal reward will be paid to any
pei .-un returning it to OEN. PRESTON'S
residence, Rlanding street. Nov 20 3
ONE or TWO GENTLEMEN, or a Gen?
tleman and Lady, can lind BOARDING
in a private family, in a pleasant part of
the city. If tho parties desire a privato
Parlor, they can be accommodated. Also,
to rent, Stables and Carriage Honso.
THE Annual Meotingof this Association
will take placo THIS DAY, at 12
o'clock, at tho Methodist Chapel. Wash?
ington street. Tho Members, and all in?
terested in tho object, aro earnestly re?
quested to attend punctually._Nov 20 1_
Kf \ BOXES and BARRELS Aeaortod |
0\J CRACKERS, fresh and nice.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at rea?
Nov 20 GEORGE SYMMERS.
The famena American clown, called
the Maufly, committed suioido re?
cently, at Berlin, in the presence of
two thousand spectators, by thring a
pistol in his mouth at the moment he
was hanging by his feet to the ceiling
of the theatre.
A wealthy woman in France, know?
ing that the man she loved was in
love with another woman, and to?
Eoor to marry, recently destroyed
erself, and left her property to the
man, that he might make her rival
The Board of Police Commission?
ers of Baltimore havo refused per?
mission to the colored militia to pa?
rade in that City, in celebration of the
anniversary of emancipation in Mary?
land. It is believed that this applies
to all civic societies.
A postmaster near Q?l?mbus rc
centiy iorwarded a package to that
o iii ce with tb'b endorsement, "Bong
cent." As the small boy said, if that
don't spell wrong sent, "what do it
Every boy baby in Bulgaria has to
pay a tax for exemption from mili?
tary duty. They regularly belong to
the infantry corps, and are always in
It is a recent discovery with some
farmers, that if a stable is kept clean,
cows will go into it of their own ac?
cord. If dirty, they have to be driven
It is reported in a New York pa?
per, that a man in Tarrytown bad his
neck dislocated recently, but it was
immediotely re-sot by a surgeon, and
ho is now considered out of danger.
When a man is out of money, he
shows the least of it. When a man
is out of temper, he shows tho most
A negro heir to some fifty acres of
improved land in Danbury and
Bethel, Ct., hos suddenly turned up,
and property owners are excited.
Josh Billings says a man running
for office puts him in mind of a dog
that's lost-he smells of everything
he meets and wags himself all over."
Many a philosopher, who thought
be had an exact knowlcdgo of tho
human race, has been miserably
cheated in the choice of a wife.
The capitol at Washington will
oost, before it is completed, $12,
A susceptible youth says ho would
rather go to church to soe thc hers
than to rood the hymns.
There is one thing among many in
this life to try men more than any
other. It is a jury.
The Michigan ladies have got up. a
secret sooiety, which thoy call tho
"Order of the Sacred Temple."
Tho Russian censor has suppress?
ed the Polish* prayer book os an in?
Ireland has lost 1,000,000 popu?
lation in fifteen years. Hor loss is
Wealth is not bis who gets it, but
his who enjoys it.
If you would not fall into sin, do
not sit by the door of temptation.
The lot which woman would share
-the ballot.-Loxcell Courier.
CORN, OATS, PEAS.
IA AA BUSHELS WHITE CORN,
.UUU 400 bushels OATS,
60 bushels TEAS. For sale by
Nov 20 3_ THOMPSON EARLE.
ALL PERSONS having claims against
thc CBtato of Dr. D. P. GR KOO, do
coased, will present tho samo, properly
attested, and all persons indebted, eithor
by note or open account, will please mako
speedy payment to
MRS. M. D. W.REGG,
Nov 20 _Qj1*!^0^ Executrix.
FROM my Residence, on
I Camdon Road, near Columbia,
lon Thursday, the 14th instant, a
_I MILCH COW, answering follow?
ing description: Color-bright red, with a
few white spots on left side; right horn
brokon off half away. A suitablo reward
will bo paid for information or recovory of
said animal. F. II. ELMORE.
Nov 20_ f3
ACONTRACT for building a BRIDQE
over Gill's Creek, at Hampton's Saw
Mill, wUl bo givon to the lowest responsi?
ble bidder, at ll o'clook A. M., on MON?
DAY, 2d December next, at the place
above-mentioned. Tho contractor will be
renuired to give bond, with good socunty,
to keep up the Eridge for five (5) years.
GEO. W. DAVIS,
Nov 20 weC_Commissioners.
TO soil a GUIDE TO BRAZIL. It pays
100 per cent. Send two stamps for a
circular. Single copies sent post free on
roceipt of ono dollar. Address
Ao. 52 West Baltimore streot.
Nov 20 1?_ Baltimore, Md.
State South Carolina-E ichland Dist.
By Jacob Bru, Ordinary of said District.
"\*7T1EREA8 John Windhorn hath ap
VV pliod to me for letters of adminis?
tration on all and singular the goods,
chattels, rights and credits of Dederiek
Horstmnn, late of the District aforesaid,
Thone are, thoroforo, to cite and admo?
nish all and singular tho kindred and cre?
ditors of tho said deceased, to bo and
appear be foro mo, at our next Ordinary's
Court for tho said District, to bo holden at
Columbia, on Monday, tho second day of
Decemhor next, at ten o'clock A. M., to
show causo, if any, why tho said admiuis
tration should not be granted.
Givon under my hand, and Seal of tho
Court, this eighteenth day of November,
in ti.o year of onr Lord one thousand
eight hundrod and sixty-seven, and in
tho ninety-second year of Amerioan In?
dependence JACOB BELL,
Nov 20 w2 Ordinary Richland District.
Ceylon has a fig tree 2,156 yean
old. There is dooumoutary evidence
that it was planted. in the year 288
? family in Detroit was badly poi-1
soned by eating beefsteak which nad
lain for thirty-six hours on a plate of j
zinc before it was cooked.
Five brothers died in New Orleans j
of yellow fever, in the same week of j
They have a solar surgeon in New
York. He cauterizes cancera and the
like by concentrated sunlight.
Rusoia is in favor of establishing
the Pope at Jerusalem, and making |
tho holy oity his future residenoe.
The two things most consolatory j
to fallen man are rum and true reli?
A Eostou papor says that civiliza?
tion is newspapers, Sunday schools,
and soap and water.
The United States own 1,400,000,
000 acres of land.
JAMES S. CHAMBERS,
FACTOR AND GENERAL COMMIS'N AGENT,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WILL BUY or SELL COTTON, Flour
or othor produce, Manufactories or
Merchaudizo consigned to him for salo or
ordered to be purchased. Business en?
trusted to him will re?oive prompt atten?
tion and doapatch. ditton will be received
on storage at the customary reduced rates.
When shipments are desired to bo made to
Charleston, to either of tho Northern
?torts, or to Europe, by planters or others,
iberal advances will be made by applica?
tion to the above.
P. 8.-Orders aro now on hand for thc
purchase of COTTON, and those wishing
to sell will do well to call on tho under?
signed, at tho grocery store of Mr. JAMES
S. CAMPBELL, where ho may bo found
for tho present.
Nov 20 ws8 JAMES S. CHAMBERS.
The "Queen's Delight"
ALM ANA C
JUST PUBLISHED, a now and interest?
ing CALENDAR for tho peoplo, con?
taining much valuable information; a book
for everybody-a guido to long life, health,
wealth and happiness. Call and got one,
at tho Store. FISHER A HEINIT8H,
Nov 19 Druggists.
KITS No. 1 Choice MACKEREL, for |
salo by_ _E. A G. D. HOPE.
Just Received and For Sale,
C? BALES GUNNY BAGGING, two pounds |
9 to tho yard,
10 coils GREENLEAF ROPE,
10 coils MANILLA ROPE, low for cash, I
by_ E. & G. D. HOPE.
Only Fifty Cents.
lAilDOXEll 8MOKED HERRINGS, I
Ivv/ for salt at tho unusually low price |
of 50 cents per box, bv
Nov 16 ^. AT. R. AGNEW.
Fig Hams and Shoulders.
CHOICE Now York PIG HAMS and PIG I
SHOULDERS, just reeeived by last |
steamer, and for salo by
Jiov 16 J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Soap ! Soap ! !
QQ BOXES Family and No. 1 SOAP, on I
et/1/ hand and for Halo, at unusually low
prices, bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
PROPOSALS for building a ERIDGE I
near Hampton's High Bridge, on bluff
Road, will bo received bv tho uudersigncd,
at High Rridge, on MONDAY, 2d Docem
bor next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Tho Contractor will bo required to give I
bond, with good security, tu keep up tho |
Bridgo for five voars.
Nov 13 ws6_Commissioners.
WILL take notice that further indul?
gence cannot be gi von on the tax ]
executions now in my hands for collection.
Parties interested will save trouble and1
additional co-tn by paving up immediately.
F. NV." GREEN, 8. R. D.
SIIKIUFF'S OFFICE, Columbia. November I
14, 1867._Nov?5 fi
JUST RECEIVED, on consignment,
10 cases CHOICEST BRANDS, of gen?
HEIDSICK A CO., quarts and pints.
LAO D'OB, M ??
CARTE D'OR, " " "
For Hain on reasonable tenon, by
Nov 15_GEO. SYMMERS.
Copeland & Bearden|
HAVE ON HAND
200 busbols SEED WHEAT,
50 bags Extra Family FLOUR,
1,000 lbs. New Bacon HAMS,
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shouldors,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
20 ?bis. Golden and Bee-hivo Syrups,
Bagging and Bale Ropo,
200 sacks Livorpool Salt,
10 bales Yaru._Nov 10
HARVEY'S OINTMENT will cure ITCH
Harvey's Oointmont will cure Hu
Harvey's Ointment for Diseases of the
Harvey's Ointment for Totter and
Harvey's Ointment fer Bare Hoads.
Fri co 25 cents a box, onlv. Fer sale by
FISHER & HEINIT8H,
Get Rid of the Rats and Mice, and
Save Your Provisions.
HARVEY'S groat RAT PASTE. Instant
death to theso marauders and de?
stroyers. For salo by
FISHER & HEINITSH,
Your beauty, your health, your ease
may bo restorod, by using Heinitah's
Change of Schedule on the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad.
BREAKFAST HOUSE AT ALSTON.
Train arrives at 7.15 a. m., and by
order of Genoral Superintendent, amnle
time sl?r.wo? for BliKAKPAST.
MRS. M. A. ELKIN A SON.
Oct 31 Imo
.jj, ty 11 II mm.m?
The panorama was unrolled before
another largo crowd of citizens last
night. There will bo another exhi?
bition this evening, at 1% o'clock,
and a matinee to-morrow afternoon,
at 3 o'clock.
THE CONVENTION.-The election
"for" or "against Convention," and
for members of said body, passed off
very quietly, yesterday. 381 votes
were polled at tho lower box and 204
at the upper; total 585, of whom
only two were whites. The polls
will be opened again to-day, and as it
will bo the last opportunity, those in?
terested'will not fail to attend.
A Guide to Pernambuco, Brazil; or,
the Home of the Southern Refu?
gee. By Wm. Graham.
We aro indebted to tho author for
a copy of a work with the above
title, containing an account of his
trip to Brazil, a short description of
Pernambuco, customs of the country,
directions to intending emigrants,
Tho lovers of good things and the
admirers of a tastily-arranged estab?
lishment, will be gratified by visiting
the store of Mr. Hardy Solomon,
in Major Davis' new and handsome
row. The shelves-from counter to
ceiling-are filled with a choice stock
of articles in tho fancy grocery line
such as sardines and salmon, lobster
and lampreys, preserves and pickles,
tomatoes and tm flics, jellies and jams,
brandy fruits, etc. ; while the quan?
tity of hogsheads, barrels and boxes,
piled from floor to ceiling, indicate
that the "solids," as well os the
"liquids," ave on hand in the greatest
MESSRS. EDITORS: While mention
bas been made in your columns of
those two noble benevolent organiza?
tions, "The Ladies' Industrial Asso?
ciation, " and "The Benevolent So?
ciety of Columbia," I would bring to
the notice of the public a moro re?
cently established but no less efficient
charity, called "The Industrial
School." The Industrial Associa?
tion provides remunerative employ?
ment for Indies in reduced circum?
stances ; the Benevolent Society
attends solely to the relief of the
sick poor; while the Industrial School
proposes to meet the wants of the
poorest of the poor-the streut bog
gar, the vagabond, boy or girl; to
provide for them the coorpe work,
which they can do, at low wages,
with food and clothing, and, to some
extent, education-having more in
view their moral and religious.train?
ing than literary culture. The neces?
sity of such a charity for this class of
our poor has long been on tho minds
of many, but doubts have been
hitherto entertained of its feasibility.
These doubts aro now removed by
the practical working of this same
mooted charity, though, as yet, of
course, in operation to but a limited
extent. Still, if any person will, one
of these fine mornings, take a walk
to "Arsenal Hill," and enter the
rough but commodious building
pointed out as that of the "Indus?
trial School," ho will see the whole
idea of this thing, so long lying
dormant, now brought out with suc?
cessful issue. True, things there are
poor, and plain, and coarse; bnt the
life-germ is planted of a noble and
much-needed oharity, which only re?
quires a little fostering care, from
money and labor, to gain a healthful
and permanent existence, to becomo
one of those trees whose leaves are
for the healing of the nation. In one
room of the establishment, looms,
wheels and knitting-needies are in?
dustriously plying; in another, sun?
dry artiolos, manufactured by the
employees, are exposed for salo-such
os domestic soap, socks, gloves, com?
forts, quilts, &o. While in one part
of the building some are taught to
work, in another a large doss pf
children are receiving instruction in
reading, writing and ciphering. One
cannot bul bo struok with the clean?
liness, the decency and order pervad?
ing this humble but blessed abode of
charity. May it indeed be abundant?
ly blessed and prospered by Him who
has said, "Blessed is he that consi?
dero th the poor." A VISITOR.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The post
office open during the week from 0)4
a. m. to G p. m. On Sundays, from
1% to 2>? p. m.
The Charleston and?Western mails
aro open for delivery at 2 p. m., and
oloso at 0 a. m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
10j.< a. m., closes at 1 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery at 3
p. m., closes at 8 p. m.
A man boasting in tho company of
young ladies that ho had a luxuriant
head of hair, a lady prosent obsorved
that it was owing to tho mellowness
of tho soil.
JOB WORK.-Every description of
book and job printing-pamphlets,
bill heads, circulars, labels, posters,
programmes, business, wedding and
invitation cards, railroad receipts,
checks, drafts, &c, promptly execut?
ed at the lowest rates.
FIVE CKNTS.-The price of singlo
copies of the Phoenix is five cents., and
purchasers are requested to pay no
more for thom. We are informed
that aomo of the news-boys charge
ten. This is an imposition.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention is caU
ed io tho following advertisements, yub
'isbed thin morning tor tho first time:
(Jen. Preston-Strayed or Stolon.
James S. Chambers-Commission Agent.
Mrs. M. D. Gregg-Notice
M. Graham-Agents Wanted.
Ho? tetter's Bitters.
F. H. Elmore-Strayed.
Meoting Industrial Association.
Thompson Earlo-Corn, Oats, Peas.
T. J. Gibson-Pine Applos, Ac.
Oeorgo Symmers-Crackers, Ao.
Low PniCES OF DRY GOODS.-C. P. JACK?
SON is adding to his stock of goods every
week, and his customers get the advan?
tage of tho decline in prices. Tho goods
received this week aro lower than ever.
A DESIRABLE building LOT, on Novth
XJL east corner of Sumter and Taylor
streets. If not disposed of at private salo,
will bo sold by pubtio auction, first MON?
DAY in December next. Apply to
f. w. MCMASTER,
Nov 13_No. 5 Law Range.
For Sale-My House and Lot.
THE RESIDENCE contains eight
Kj| rooms and a bathing room, water laid
?k^on. Coal grates in all tho upper
rooms and gas throughout the building.
On tho premises are large, well-finished
servant's rooms and store-rooms, a fino
well of water, stablo and carriage house,
and all other necossary out-buildings. A
largo number of fine FRUIT TREES, in
their prime, and one-quarter acre of vege?
Tho LOT is on tho corner of a square
fronting both to the Weet and South, and
contains over hah* an aore, situated in one
of tho moat pleasant portions of tho city.
It is within live minutes walk of Mam
street, tho Churches, Court House, Post
Omeo, Ac. For further particulars, apply
to JOHN A. KAY.
Nov 14 thmw3
A GO?D ASSORTMENT, at low prices.
\_ at C. F. JACKSON'S.
All Wool Shawls,
TN GK KAT VARIETY, at
L Nov 12 dF. JACKSON/S.
LADIES' Cloth and Beaver CLOAKS, at
Nov 12 _C. F. JACKSON'S.
Zephyr Shawls, Sontags, Nubias,
HOODS and SCARFS, very low, at
Nov 12 O F. JACKSON'S.
A Superior Article
OF KNITTING COTTON, in balls, at
Nov 12 C. F. JACKSON'S.
A Large and Well Selected Stock
OF GLOVES and HOSIERY, at
_ Novl2^_ .r V C. F. JACKSON'S.
Those iflfaant of
DRESS TRIMMINGS and BUTTONS,
will find the largest and boat assort?
ment at_C. F. JACKSON'S.
OSNABURGS and HEAVY DOMESTICS,
at CF. JACKSON'S.
Steam Engine for Sale.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 35
horse power, in complete order; with
Flue Roiler, containing 32 Flues.
Also, a CIRCULAR 8AW MILL.
To be sold singly or together. Tho En?
gine can be seen at the Congareo Iron
Works, foot of Ladv street.
Apply to R. MCDOUGAL,
Nov 15 Columbia, 8. C.
S9u Newberry Herald please copy four
times and send bill to this office._
Fulton Market Beef, &c.
2BBLS. FAMILY BEEF,
2 half bbls. Pig Pork.
1,000 lbs. Sugar-cured Strips,
5 tierces Puro Kettlo Rendered Leaf
Fresh snpplics of first-class Orocorioe
roceived by every steamer from New York
and baltimore. GEORGE SYMMERS.
LEMON BISCUIT S,
Oyster Crackors, Ao.
Nov 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Real Estate for Sale.
ONE HALF ACRE of LAND, moro or
leBs, cornor of Richland and Assembly
streets, fronting 269 feet 6 inches on
Riehland street, and 107 feet 2 inches on
Assembly street, with two COTTAGK
HOUSES, Kitchen, Smoke-house, Ac-one
House with four rooms, and tho other with
Tho Household FURNITURE and Kitcb-tf
en Utonsils. Possession glvon immedi?
ately, if required.
Ono lot of LAND, on Boundary or Uppor
stroet, containing 2 5-20 acres, moro or
less, 520 feet long by 157 feet 3 bichos wido.
For terms, inquire of G. D. HOPE.
Nov 13 *
BOXES WASHED FIGS, at
Nov 7 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
4)Q RUNDI ES Cotton IRON RANDS, of
tho incomparable Arrow Tie, for
Halo by E. A G. D. HOl'K.
SEED RYE ! SEER RYE !
BUSHELS SEED RYE for salo. Ey
Nov 3 ALFRED TOLLESON.
English Ale and Porter.
DOZ Genuino English ALE,
OU 50 doz. Genuine English Tortor.
Freshly imported, nnd for salo low, by
Nov6 GEORGE SYMMERS.