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Attend the True Event.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
.JUNE 5. i860.
VOLUME II-NO. m
VCBUSHED DAILY A>D THI-WEEKI/?1-.
SV?RY WKDSSSDAT MOBBING. * .
S Y JULIAN A. SELBY.
STATE AND CITY PRINTER.
Dally Paper, ?ix month?. ?. |? 00 .
Tri-Wee??y, " " .'2 ? '
Wetekly, " ' .......... 1 50
Inserted at 75 cont? per square for the first
Insertion, and 60 cents tor each sn ba fi quent.
Weekly 75 cerita each insertion.
A. liberia discount made . >?< the abQJte
raies when adoerfisements me ?,tuerten big
BST Special noticed 10 cent -> a.ihie.
S. P. Kiuard, Newberry. .
Samuel Droethitt, Greenville C. H.
Wa..Moore, Abbeville C. H.
Julius Poppe, ?uderaou C. H.
The committee who Lava charge of
the completion of Cologne cathedral,
have applied to the King of Prussia
for permission to establish a lottery
to secure frinds for the purpose. A
lottery for nine years, it is computed,
will furnish sufficient sums to complete
the great work, which has been un?
finished for centuries. During the
past year the receipts have amounted
io ?284,000, of which $175,000 were
thc result of the lottery, and 350,000
were the gift of the Government. The
lottery, if continued, is expected to
yield $250,000 a year.
Leading cotton manufacturers rep?
resent to the Committee on Ways
and Means that the supply of cotton
suitable for American consumption is
so small that it is probable we shall
be obliged to resort to importation of
the article before September next.
BROWN Co AL IN NEW JERSEY.-The
Keyport Weekly Steer states that a
great addition to the mineral resources
of New Jersey has been made by the
discovery of extensive beds of brown
coal in tue Counties of Middlesex and
The Memphis Post says that at a
recent meeting in Helena, Ark.,
Judge T. B. Han ly declared himself
in favor of negro suffrage. Judge
Hanly was a member of the Confede?
25\J 10 boxes LA?ER RAISIN'S.
Jone 3 JOHN C. SEEQERS .V CO.
Shoulders and Hams.
O HHDS. SHOULDERS.
?5 1 tierce SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
Jone 8_JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
SELLING OFF !
I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF
At Greatly Reduced Prices!
For thc Nert Twe?ty Days ! !
MANY ARTICLES W ILL BE SOLD
AT ACTUAL NEW YORK COST !
C. F. JACKSON.
Jone 3_ 3
STEAW, WOOL AND
FURjaATS ! !
CASHMERES AND TWEEDS !
AT REDUCED PfilCES!
WE offer the balance of our flock ol
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS A l
We have recently made a large addition
to our Btock of -GA8SI MERES, TWEEDS
and HATS, and will receive, in a few day??,
a large addition to our ?toe]. ..f CLOTH
Wu have tho Itu ?'eet assortment of HATS
to he found in thin ?ty embracing all th<
Our Ready-made Goods
Are mostly of eur own manufacture; aw
thone desiring to patronize home prod nc
tiona aro invited to call. '
Our ?tock of FRENCH and ENGLISI
CASSI M EKES ia large, and w? will MARI
TO ORDER at CORRESPONDING RE
R. & W. (1 ?FIEL?
June 2 BEDELL'S ROW.
THE Committee appointed by tho citi?
zen ? of Columbia to collect testimony con?
cerning tin.- burning of tho city in Feb?
ruary, 1S65, request all per son b, more
particularly tli o se at a distance, if bo have
knowledge ol fact? reisling thereto, to
send affidavits, aa aoon ?a possible, to tho
undersigned. JAMES P. CARROLL,
May 20 Chairman.
Eeaay of Warning ?ad instruction for
Young Men. Also, Disease* and AbuseB
which prostrate the vital powers, with sure
means of relief. Sent free- of charge ic
sealed letter envelopes. Address Dr. J.
SKTLLTN HOUGHTON, Howard Associa?
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. j April 19 Smo
COLGATE'S HOKEY SOAP.
This celebrated ToMet Soap, in such
universal demand, ia made from tbe
j afeatcpat material?, is urfM ?nd enaol
tient MI itu nature, fragrantly accnted,
aud extreme fy beneOclal in Ra action
upon the akin. For sale by all Dmggista
and Fancy Gooda Dealers.
March 28_ ly
BATCBKLOR'S HATH DYE.
The Original and Beat ia the World, j
The only trne and perfect HAW DYE. j
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous.
Product-a immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring tba bair
or skin. Rem?dies the ill effects of bad
dye*, Sold by ah1 Druggists. The genuine
ia signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING* EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
tho Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR.
Oct 26 ly New York.
STOLEN, ? I
\L FROM the subscriber, on lb* 1
??kX>night of the Slat nit., in the lower :
f.\ >\ p?r> of Orangeburg District, a
dark cheannt sorrel HORSE, medium
height, In tween seven and eight year? uhr,
no mark? recollected. He generally paces
while nuder the Baddie, but in harnean ?H
inclined to gallop, if pushed. The horse
ia supposed to have on a McClellan saddle,
an army felt saddle cloth and a common
bridle. A liberal reward will bo paid for
hi;; return to me, or for any information
so that I can get him. An additioft.il re?
ward will be paid for the thief.
C. H. HART,
Holly Hill P. O., Charleston DisUiot.
June 3 3*
Thos. P. Walker,
Magistrate and Coroner,
Office in Post Office Building,
COLUMBIA, H. C. _ Jun.- 8
-r/\ REAMS large-sized WRAPPING
?_>\J PAPER-low to dealers.
May 27 _J?HN C SEEGERS.
New Irish Potatoes.
JUST received, 10 barrels, which will be
sold LOW. ALSO,
50 bushels WHEAT BRAN.
J. D. BATEMAN,
June 1 4 Columbia Iee House.
Town Lots for Sale.
O POTT K-ACRE LOTS for sale, located
O near the ruins of the South ('andina
Railroad Shops. If not sold at private
salo before the tirst Monday in this month,
will be offered at auctii ti on that dav. In?
quire of WM. R. Hi Vj T, agent for Mr?.
Elizabeth J. Huntt. 1 June 1
AS TEACHER, by a South Carolinian,
who is competent to teach all branches
required in entering college. Por further
information, address Box 19, Abbeville,
?. C. _Juno 1+3
TWO ROOMS, situated in a central part
of the city. Por further particulars,
apply to " DURBEC A WALTER,
Auctioneers, on Asaombly street.
June 2 }3
MA HOUSE and LOT in Wiverly
being one of the pleasantest situations
around Columbia. Tho house is nearly
new. The lot contains-li acres. For par?
ticulars, apply to
BACHMAN A WAITES,
June 2 13 Attorneys, Law Range.
HERRING'S Patent Champion Fire,
Burglar. Powder and Damp Proof
i ! SAFES for ??ile The only snro protection
i from lire. I can furnish these Safes, all
; sizes, at manufacturer's prices, freight
j added. J. H. KIN AUD, Agent,
May 19 2mo Columbia, S. C.
MKS. D. (.'. SPECK would respectfully
inform lier former patrons, and the
j public generally, that, having leased the
r j new and handsome house over Messrs.
' i Kenneth A Gibson's ami Mr. Brown's
: stores, she will OPEN HER HOUSE, for
i I the reception of DAY BOARDERS, on the
? j 1st instant. May 30 C
_ i TWT#TICE is hereby K'VeU that the co
? i _i.il partnership latelv subsisting between
M JOHN C. DIAL and FRANCIS M. POPE,
nnder thu linn of DIAL & POPE, was this
! day dissolved hv mutual consent. JOHN
i ('. DIAL is authorised to settle all debts
I (lue to and bv the late lirra.
. JOHN C. DIAL,
' ' May I, 18?C. F. M. POPE.
J j ri^HE subscriber would respectfully in
' JL form tho citizens of thia city and vi?
cinity that ho will continua the genera!
HARDWARE BUSINESS in his own name
and on his own account, and hopes fc>
merit and re?oive a full ahare of public pa
*l j tronage JOHN C DIAL,
i Mav 4
-A- mmuni ti on. t !
?NEW ?tia complete assortment jost
-? ALBO, - -, . '
AB elegant assortment of FISHING 1
T A 0 KL?-Bods? Beela, Bob?, Ho<jka, !
Iii? ea, Aa At LOW PRICES. )
?. ; KRAFT, j
?Washington street, oppoai tc old Jail. j
N. B.-Manufacturing and repairing
substantially cad neatly executed?.
May SA__ _ jy j
HatSw.-Hones, Mules, Stages, &c.,
tor Sale. . '
? 30 HEAD of MULES _
SK^3KoneC SpVing^and *sil Mfi*
Road Wagons, fifty sett? Harness and one
fine Buggy for aale on reasonable terms, j
Sold fox want of use, as the connections on
thc railroads are finished. Address me at
Niekeraon's Hotel or the Shiver House, Co?
lumbians. C. D. T. HARVEY.
<HBBES * HITOG?NS,
BISKS against Fire taken in the follow?
ing Compactes, at fair rat-eat, and no
c tl arge for polic?e :
NORTH AMERICAN COMPANY,
VIRGINIA STATE COMPANY,
SUN MUTUAL COMPANY',
EXCHANGE on New York and Charles?
ton bought and sold; dealer.- iu Stocka,
Bonds, atc The highest price paid for
Gold, Silver and Bank Not^a.
JAMES G. GIBBER, GEO. HUGGINS.
Office Plain street, Columbia. S. C.
May 19 3mo
The Last and Final Notice 1 !
MY BOOKS are now open for receiving
TAXES. All who have made their
returns can now pay up; and those who
have neglected to make their return?*, will
?ave the Collector the unpleasant duty of
double-taxing them and placing executions
in the hands of tho Sheriff, by coming up
promptly and making their returns and
Say up, aa all good citizens have and arr
A word to tho Freedmen: You have, I
fear, been told you wert- not to be taxed.
Take my advice,"as an old man, and obey
the laws of the Stato that give? you sup?
port and'protection. We all belong to the
State, and are bound to obey her lawa.
Pay your taxes like men, without grum?
bling. THOS. H. WADE,
May 20_T. C. R. P., S. C.
At the Sign of Hie ?ol?sn Pad-Lock.
AFULL assortment of Table and Pocket
CUTLERY, SCISSORS, .tc., in store
and for ?ale low by JOHN C. DIAL.
Booms to Let.
THREE very commodious ROOMS, with
access to water and garden, in a cot?
tage, on the corner of Senate and Marion
streets, to let. Also, two ROOMS iu out?
houses on same promises, with thu samo
Applv to J. SULZBACHER .V CO., on
Assembly street, between Plain and Wash?
ington streets, for further information.
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me
directed, I will sell, before thc Court
House in Columbia, within the legal hours,
on the FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in
The following PROPERTY, viz:
Four pits of Crude Turpentine, ol tIn?
folio wing dimensions, viz:
One pit 40x15 feet, 6 feet d ep.
Two pits, each 30x15 feet, tl feet dee p.
One pit, 10x15 foot, 6 feet d< p.
On tho plantation formerly known as
Hocott Sc Rawlinson, on thc South Carolina
Railroad, six miles from Columbia. Le?
vied on as the property of Daniel D. Ho?
cott, at the suit of thc Bank of Camden,
8. C., vs. Daniel D. Hocott.
Terms cash. J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
May 15, I860. May 17 J
KIN IMPERIAL GREEN SEAL,
O xx X o e .
ALLSOP'S India Pale and Jeffers' Edin?
burgh ALE, on ice.
BRANDIES. WINES, GINS, Ac, mixed
in style: and ALE on draught, at
May 26 $6 J. L. LUMSDEN S.
WILL be sold, on WEDNESDAY, the
13th day of June, at Berzelia. one
SAW MILL, ENGINE BOILER and FIX?
TURES, completo and in elegant order.
The Mill is now in successful operation,
and will bo running until the day of tho
sale, and can be seen by any one who
wishes to examine it.
At the samo time, will bc sold, \2 head
of MULES, 3 OXEN, CARRY-LOGS, WA?
GONS, HARNESS, MILL HOUSE, and
everything for the successful operations ol
a Saw Mill.
Persons desirous of purchasing will
have a rare chance to get a complete and
j thorough outfit for the Saw Mill business,
j TERMS.-Credit until January 1, 1?S?>7,
! for good noten, with approved security,
t For particulars, addross
KEANEY A MERRY,
Berzelia, Columbia Conrttv} Ga.
j May 15 "tuthS
EIGHT FINE MULES. Apply at th IP
office. May 13
NLW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPfe?'S STEAISBI? COMPANY.
? Lauving. each J*?>H ?oery Alternai? i
' , - . Thursday. . [ '
CAPT. li- W. LOCKWOOD.
y STKAMSM1P HOSEKA,
CAPT. C. I'. MARSBLM AN.
! mHESE STEAMSHIPS, offering every
? JL inducement to RHITPERtJ and the
I TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior j
I accommodations for Passengers, with :
table? supplied by every luxury tho New j
I York and Charleston marketa can afford; j
i and. for safety, speed and comfort, are nu- j
I rivalled au the coast. i
! EMILY B. SOUDER, j
CAP!'. R. W. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, on THURSDAY, June 7, ' .
1 lStki, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignment*) j
( to New York.
? For Freiglit or Passage applv at tbe j
I Agents. Vt IL LIS i CHIS?LM, j
! Hay 25_ North Atlantic Wharf, j
THE undersigned, "Commission Mer- j
chants," will nive their special atteu- '
I rion to the purchasing and shipping of
I HAY ami
j In our city.
' Aud also tor the sale of
COTTON! ! : '
? At thc v?_ry lowest possible rat.-s T<>v casli.
**~ Orders solicited.
C. N. AVERILL A SOS, I
May 'SJ, tu4 Charleston, S. C. j
Conditions for Publishing
: THE tOST C?USEt |
1 Synth, rn History of til. War of tin* fun Mira.es \
j BYE. A.POLLARD, OF VA. j
rilHE work will I?' comprised ni on?- large '
I A Royal Octavo Volume, of nearly < ight j
I huudred pages, including twenty-four !
I Steel Portraits of prominent Confederate !
! Leaders, and will contain a full ami autbeii
, tic account of the rise and progress of the 1
j late Southern Confederacy, the Campaigns, ?
] Battles, Incidents and Adventures of tin- J
j most gigantic struggle of ih<- world's bis to
ry. It will be neatly printed on good
paper, from new type, and furnished to
; In substantial Cloth Binding. (Imtla
t tiou Morocco,).i?.(K) !
j In Plain Loather, Librarv Style,
i (Sheep,). .. COO i
, In Extra Half Call Binding. s.?0 j
PAYABLE ON DELIVERY.
j SoLDONL. BY SUBSCRIPTION. Tho.-?- !
' ordering the work will not be bilged to I
take it unless it corresponds with the de- I
: scription in every particular.
? *?*Tbe work will bc delivered in a few '
I weeks, or as soon as ready.
ROBERT WILSON, Agent,
2V2 King Street, Charleston, S. C..
Post Onice Box 5w.
Robert Wilson, of Charleston, is the j
General Agent for this work for North and
South Carolina. Good and responsible
Agents are wanted to engage in its salo.
For terms ami territory-address theGen
I oral Agent. Post oftice Box 500, Charles
! ton. ROBERT WILSON.
May 17 $9
j COHEN, HANCKEL & CO.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
j No. 46 East Bay, Charlestu?, S. C. |
j JACOB COUEX. ?'. F. HANCKEL. JOS. COHEN.
WILL sell COTTON, RICE, TOBACCO,
Naval Stores and ul! descriptions of
j Produce or Merchandize. Will ship to
I Northern and Foreign Ports, Ac. Will
; make liberal advance? on consignments for
sale or shipment. May 15 !
Agriculture & Commerce, I -
k m^--N in
^ S i E * ? 3 i EB.
s fis si ? af 6
i-1 |Hll?* als
! ? V^-^-* ? ? a ?
j 'uoiifrjdjj pue ajn)BJd]iq | *
CHARLESTON, S. C,
THIS POPULAR and well known
HOTEL has bein NEWLY FUR
.NISHED throughout by the present
; proprietor, who has been sixteen years
connected with the establishment.
li. WHITE, Proprietor,
i GEOROE <i. MiXEtt, Superintendent.
CHAIM.KS A. MILLEU, Cashier.
Grain Cradles, Grain Fans, &c.
Ai the Sign of the Golden Pad-tock.
AFULL supply of GRAIN CRADLES,
Grain Fans, Scythe Blades, Scythe
I Stones, Fan Wire, Riddles, Ac, m store
' auil for sale low for cash.
1 Mav '26 JOHN C. DIAL.
INTEND TO DISPOSE OF THEIR
FINE AND WZHLVL-SmSOTSD
STOCK OF GOODS
&T A CONSIDERABLE DEDUCTION ON FORMEE PRICKS!
Jaconet ami Swiss MUSLIN.
Plain and Embr'd HANDKERCHIEFS,
TUCK RD BALMORAL SKIRTS, &c.
FOB fiENTLEMEII'S WEAR,
We have COTTON AD ES, LINEN DRILL, BROWN
LINEN anda fine and well-selected stock of SUMMER
Just received, 500 PALMETTO FANS.
J. SULZBACHER & CO.,
Assembly street, between Plain and Washington,
May 27 Columbia, S. C.
GREAT SOUTHERN and WESTERN
NO. 21 GABONDOLET STHEET, NEW ORLEANS*
GEN. JAMES LONGSTREET, PRESIDENT.
C. WILLIAMS, SECRETARY.
$25 WILL INSURE YOU ONE YEAR FOR $6,000 ! !
50 Cents will Purchase a TWO DAY TICKET for $5,000.
$1.25 " " FIVE "
2.50 " " TEN 4
5.00 will Insure you ONE MONTH for $5,000.
WEEKLY COMPENSATION IN CASE OF TOTAL DISABIIJTY !
THIS La tho first and only institution of the kind ever organized in tl a Southern
States for the purpose of INSURING AGAINST LIFE and ACCIDENT.
It insures against accidents A every description, whether they occur whih- traveling
by car?, steamboat* or other public conveyance: while engaged in the store, office,
workshop, faetorv, on the farm, or in any of the ordinary occupations of life; whether
riding, walking, hunting, boating, fishing, engineering, surveying, railroading, steam
boating or Moated by tho domestic fireside.
General Accident Policies issued by thia Company secure to the person insured the
Eayment of a fixed ?um per week ( from $3 to $50) during tho time he may be disabled
y accident, not to exceed twenty-six weeks for any one accident; and in case of death
by any form of casualty, the payment of a fixed sum (from 4600 to $10,000) to the
friends of the person insured, or party for whose benefit the policy is issued.
Under the system adopted by this Company, persons may be insured for weekly com?
pensation only, fm death only, or for both.
The rates of premium are LESS than iu any other class of insurance, in proportion
to the rir.k. A. M. RHETT, Agent District No. 28,
May pj Imo Office at Uanahan A Warley s, Washington Street.
Blacksmith and Wheelwright Shop.
^^a*_ II EARN, Asx.m- atixmm
aro prepared t<> execute all business in
their line with unusual care and skill. With
many years' experience in their business,
they can confidently Rssure tho commu?
nity that HORSE and MULK-SHOEING
will be done in the best manner. In the
repairing of Carriages, buggies and Wa-j
gons, the best workmen have been eu
imaged, and thc work will be done in the.
most approved and workmanlike manner,
on reasonable terms.
MCGUINNESS A KEARN.
N. li. The senior partner has had seve?
ral years' experience on Long Island, N.
Y., among the best horses and horsemen,
and the treatment of the various diseases
ot horses, which he will gratuitously give
to his patrons and friends. May 8 imo
A YFRV select stock of Ladies' Cou
J\_ grese GAITERS and SLIPPERS.
Gent's Patent-Leather OAPrERS, and
A good assortment of other ?tylca. at
April li FISHER Jr LOWRANCE.
H. E. NICHOLS,
Corner of Afisernbly and Washington SU.,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
REPRESENTS a numbor of the best
both Northern and Southern-compa?
nies, possessing an aggregate capital of
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE,
INLAND AND ACCIDEN?
TAL RISKS taken on equi?
table terms, and all losses
??fPolicies made payabia
in Gold or Currency
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred or thousand, at_
March 2 PHOENIX OFFICE.