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BY JULIAN A. SELB?._COLUMBIA. S. C.. FRIDAY MORNING,TAN?T^T^ I860. VOLUME IY-NO. 2G8^
THE PHOENIX. 1
rtruLisntD DAILY A ITO TBI-WF.EKLT.
ETEllY WEONE8DA? MOKN1NO.
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.
EDITOB AKD PROPRIETOR.
Office on Main St., few doors above Taylor.
TERMS IN VA RLAIiLY IN ADVA NC E.
Daily, fi months..i i 00 | Tri-Weekly, 6 moe...$2 60 I
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Inserted at 75 cents per square of nine lines for
the fir nt Insertion, and 50 cents each snbseqnon'.
Weekly 75 cents each insertion.
MW A liberal discount made on the abov>t ral< s
when advertisements are inserted by the month.
AOESTB.-Hiram Mitchell, Spartanburg; J. R.
Allen, Chester; 8. P. Einard, Newberry C. H tJJae.
Grant, Union; Tnlius Poppe, Anderson C. H.
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A Little Child Caught ap by an Eagle ?nd
Carried Two Mile?.
A geutlernau named Bowers, from Meigs
ville, Jackson County, now in town, informs
ns that on Christmas cvo, about 3 o'olock
in the afternoon, the farm of a Mr. White?
side, abont five miles from Meigsvillc, was
tho scene of a most exciting and nearly
fatal event. It is briefly this:
Mr. Whiteside was in the little town,
doing some business; his wife was away nt
? a neighbor's, where a sick child was strug?
gling with cholera, infantum; and the only
in-door servant they had was out iu tho
barn looking after some cattle, wheu their
child-a bright little boy, just learning to
toddle around on its little feet and prattle
the name of "pa"-tumbled or crawled out
of its cradle, in which it was left asleep by
tho servant a few moments before, aud
managed somehow to get to the door, which
?was unfortunately open at the time, although
the girl loft in charge of the place avers that
she had closed it on going out. Tho child"
tumbled into the front yard, it is supposed,
and was crying and sprawling around, when
a great gray eagle,- seen by the girl as she
was leaving the barn, came sweeping down,
and fastening its immense and cruel talons
in the clothing of the little boy, rose up,
apparently with much difficulty, as high as
it could, which waa not very high, and
sailed off across the adjacent woods, just
skitpming, as thc servant says, the tops of
When the servant saw tho eagle coming
down, as she was leaving th?, barn, she had
a prosentiment of the strangest kind, and
says she folt that the child was out doors,
and that the fierce bird of prey was pounc?
ing down upon it; but when, in a moment
after, she beheld the great tyrant of the air
riso above the house-top with the little child
in its claws, she grew dizzy and fell to the
ground. Her weakness, however, did not
continue long; the cold air blowing across
her faco, revived her quickly, and jumping
on her feet and gazing round wildly, she
saw the eagle disappearing over tho woods
in the direction of tho Cumberland Uiver.
?She was filled with but ono impulse-that of
rescuing the little boy. She became aa one
frantic, for she had a remarkable affectiou
for the child. She rushed forward, bouuded
over tho fence, as if she were endowed with
tho lightness and agility of a deer; dashed
into tho wood, dark and tangled as it was,
not tuking time to hunt out foot-paths, or
cow tracks. She instinctively felt that the
thieving bird would sweep in a straight line,
and she kept in a straight lino also. With
tho strength and unthinking courago of a
strong man. who has become suddenly de?
ranged, sho dashed tho nndergrowth aside,
crossed ravines as if she were on tho level
plain, spurned tho fallon trees and jagged
rocks as if they were tho smoothest and
The patch of wood was fully a mile and
a-half through; but the girl mado tho run
to the othor edge of it without feeling in
tho least fatigued. Beyond the wood, and
between it and the river, lay a patch of
cleared ground, partly marshy and partly
corn-field, full of old stumps. When abo
left the wood, and bad a clear view, she saw
the eagle as if be we're inclined to alight
with bis burden somewhere in the neigh?
borhood of the river. This gavo ber new
courage and fresh hope, and she ran forward
with increased speed. It luckily happened
at that time there wa* a man buuting in the
neighboring marshes, and just at the par?
ticular moment when the eagle reached the
gronnd with bis burden, a shot went off so
dangerously and alarmingly near bim (for
tho hunter was behind a clump of bushes
about twenty yards off, and bad bis back
toward tho spot wbero the eagle and the
child were,) that bo mounted into tho air
again, bat this time without bis burden.
Tho girl was filled with joy when she beheld
the bird rise without tho child. But fear?
ing be would return, as bo seemed inclined
to do, she set up a vigorous shouting as she
ran, which attracted tho hunter's attention
in that direction, who, seeing the eagle
quite near him. and a lady rushing down
the slope with streaming huir aud garments,
nod wildly shouting, concluded at once that
there was something strange and perhaps
dreadful in bis immediate vicinity, and be
nlso set up a vigorous hallooing and pro?
ceeded to reload bis gun with much precipi?
tation, forgetting to get the game be shot.
Tho euglo soon became aware of the formid?
able oppositiou be would meet if be at?
tempted to recapture his prey, and thinking
better of it, ho wheeled round, and swung
himself in one grund swoop across the river,
aud disappeared behind tho sbelviug rook
which forms the opposite bank at that
point, before a shot from tho hunter's gun
was ready to speed its flight to bis bold
heart. When tho girl came down to the
hunter, she fell slit! and was not able even
to indicate what bad happened.
While thu rough gailant was endeavoring
to restore her to conscionsnes, ho beard the
scream of a child, and leaving tho slowly
recovering girl, be went toward the spot
where the screaming carno from and beheld
a fine, healthy, rosy boy, with torn clothes,
but otherwise uninjured, endeavoring to
rise upon bis little feet. The tears streamed
down his innocent cheeks, and bis face wore
a most piteous expression. He took the
baby in bis arms and carried it to the girl,
who was now sufficiently recovered to com?
prehend at onco that ber beloved charge
was safe. She clasped it to ber bosom, co?
vered it with kisses, and wept with joy. In
the meantime the mother and father of tho
child had returned homo, ?ind finding it
empty, witlf no sign to ind?calo where the
iumates were gone, save a bucket of spilled
milk out near the barn, where tho girl bad
dropped it in ber flight, they became ex?
ceedingly auxious and uneasy; but the re?
turn of the servant, tho hunter, and the
wonderful little voyageur, who hud the most
thrilling adventure that was ever heard of,
restored them to tranquility. There was a
truly merry and joyous Christmas in that
household.-Nashville Press and Times.
TUB MACHINES, CALLED MAN, IS A
very complicated and delicate one, and is moro
hablo to get out of order, and much more difficult
to repair, than any combination of wheels, and
cranks, and lovers, m ado by tho hands of man.
As a rule, it is linkeretl too much, and badi*/ tinker?
ed at that. It ia often calomelized, narcotized,
depleted, and otherwise misused, when all that it
really needs ia a wholesome tonic and restorative
like HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS to put1
it in proper trim and keep it so. The atomach ia
shamefully maltreated. In the first place, the
food, which ita juices aro intended to diaaolve, ia
too freqnontly thrown into it hastily, and in &
half masticated condition, in which state the gas?
tric acid cannot properly act upon it. Tho result
ia nvsPEPsiA. Then comes tho doctor, and, find?
ing tho digestivo organs weak and the bowels
inert, ho proceeds to weaken and paralyze still
more with drastic purgatives. Theae failing-as
thej- alwaya do-to produce a salutary change, he
telle tho invalid that medical science can do no
moro for him. This, with all due deference, is a
miatake-ono of those mistakes which Talleyrand
said wore tantamount to crimes. What the dys?
peptic needs is invigoration. Strengthen the
stomach with Hosteller's Bitters, and tho stomach
witl strengthen every other part of tho hnman
machino, and make it, in common parlance, aa
good as new. Upon tho state of tho digestion de?
pends, in a measure, tho condition of tho whole
system. Now, tho Bitters are tho most admir?
able tonic known They consist of tho finest
vogetablo invigorants and restoratives, combined
with an unadulterated stimulant. The dyspeptic
needs nothing else to effect a cure, except a light,
nutritious diet, and a fa r amount ot exorcise.
Even in the absence of theae last mentioned
accessories, tho tonic and alterative properties of
the preparation will work wonders, enabling tho
dyspeptic to digest inferior fare with comparative
eaao, and to maintain a good habit of body, In
spite of tho drawbacks of a sedentary occupation.
Jan 15_ +6
"MANHOOD"-Another new Medical Pamphlet
from tho pen of Dr. Curtis. Tho Medical Timen
Bays of this work: "This valuable troatise on tho
oauae and euro of premature decline shows how
health is impaired through Beeret abuaes of youth
and manhoo 1, and how easily regained. It gives a
clear synopsis of tho impedimenta to marriago,
the cause and ofleets of nervous debility, and the
remedies thorefor." A pocket edition of the above
will ho forwarded on receipt of 25 Cenia, by ad?
dressing Dr. CURTIS, No. 58 North Charles atreot,
Baltimore, Md. May 27 ly
New Orleans Syrup.
5BBLS. Choice Now Orleans SYIIUP, for salo
by E. A O. D. HOPE.
ACOMPETENT PRINTER, to Uko chargo of a
country Newspaper; ono acquainted with all
branches of tho buainei-s. Apply to
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
.Tan 14 2 No 3 broad street, Charleston. 8. C.
Wanted, Wanted, Wanted!
TO purchase COON. OTTER AND DEER SKINS
for which tho highest CASH prices will bo pain
by us. Washed Wool 45c; Unwashed 30-this if
owing to an advance in tho wool market, and we
aro desirous of affording tho very highest prices
to tho country merchants for all articles in our
line. Coon Skins, good winter 18c. por lt?.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Jan 14 30*_Charleston. 8. C.
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTUR?
ING COMPANY ofTers to tho plantors and
farmers of tho South their FERTILIZER, known
M WANDO FKHT1LIZER,'
Which the experience of tho past season baa
proved to be one of the most valuable in our mar?
ket. It has for its baue tho materials from tho
Phosphate Beda of the Company, on Ashley River,
and ia prepared at their workB at tho
EAST END OS' HASEL STREET,
Tn this city. In order to guarantee its uniformity
and maintain its high standard, the Company han
made arrangements with the distinguished Che
|miat, Dr. C. U. SHEPARD, Jn., who carefully
analyzes all tho ammoniacal and other material
purchased by the Company, and the prepared
Before being offered for Baie. 1 he Company is
resolved to make an article which will provo to be
a COMPLETE MANURE, and give entire satisfac?
For terms, circulara, and other information,
WM. f.. DUKES A TO., Agent?,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
.Tan 12 3mo
WINTHROP B. WILLIAMS,
(10TTON FACTOR and COMMISSION MER
J CHAN T, Accommodation Wharf, Charleston,
S C. ______ _ 8ept8 5mo
The Old and longest established Standard Manure.
P ER U VIA JV O U A JV 0 .
RHODES' MANURE, in its preparation, is mado
equally adapted for forcing largo cropa of
Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, Potatoes and other
root crops. The Manufacturing Department ie
conducted by Frederick Klett, one of tho most
skillful Chemiets and Manufacturera in the United
Statoa. It ia endorsed, approved and recommended
by all of the most prominent Chemists and Agri?
culturalists in the Southern States, "lt eau bo
relied upon aa uniform in quality," always reliable,
productive of largo crop? and unexcelled by anv in
tho market, in the high percentage of "True Fer?
tilizing Principles." Price $57 50 cash, or $65 time,
with Factor's acceptance, and 7 per cent, interest
until 1st December, 18G9.
OUCH I LLA GUANO, "A A."-A fine Bird Guano,
rich in Phosphates and Alkaline Salts. Price $415 j
cash, or $40 time.
PERUVIAN GUANO, warranted pm cami always
on hand. Furnished at market prices for cash.
B. 8. RHETT A SON, Agents,
Dec 19 8ino Charleston. S. C.
The Pollock House.
S^w THIS first class RESTAURANT is
Swjfck. located on Main ?tn et, a few doors^TC*
' -ll ^Sfrom Washington. Is furnished nfjjf
with tho best of WINES LIQUORS, LAGER, wU
otc. OYSTERS and HAME, in season. Comfort?
able roonia attached for private Dinner and Sup?
per parties. A handsomely fitted
up BILLIARD ROOM in the se?
cond story ?with Sharped Improved1
Jan 14 _ T. il. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
LANIE R HOUSE,
Main street near Lady, Columbia, S. C.
THI8 FIRST CLASS ,.-r-^
_ RESTAURANT is sup
V_?22_s_6_plied with tho very best of WINKS,
LIQUORS, SEOAR8 and TOBACCO. DINNERS
and SUPPERS furnished at abort notice. The
cookiug is unsurpassed. OYSTERS, GAME, Etc.,
in season. J. B. LANIER, Proprietor.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent. Dec 10
THE OAR.ULINA HOUSE.
LOCATED on Waahington atreet, next to
f Brennen A Carroll's, is now under tho aole
proprietorship of the undersigned. The heat of
ev-rything, in the way of WINKS, LIQUORS. ALE,
SEGA BS, TOBACCO, etc.. kept on hand. LUNCH
every day at ll o'clock. Give him a call, and test
the correctness of the assertion made above.
June 19 RICHARD BABRY.
SOMETHING NEW FOR 1869.
milE NEW CASKET; a Bich Collection of
JLCHUR H MUSIC, containing Sparkling Gems,
gathered from tho works of Handel, Haydn, Mo?
zart, Beethoven, Rossini and other Great Masters.
Also, Choice European and American MELO?
DIES, selected from Nineteen Popular Music
Books; besides, large amount of NEW MUSIC,
composed and arranged oxpressly for this work.
Altogether, being tbs most Completo Collection
>f SACRED MELODIES ever published By
George O. Robinson, Chark -ton. H. C.
DIARIES FOR I860,
T W E N TY VA R I E T IES,
Jan 5 DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN'S Bookstore.
Call at Kraft's Bakery, opposite Phoenix.
AS I have just returned from the North with a
select assortment of TOYS, Candies, Fruits,
Jellie?, Preserves, ftc., of all kinds.
ICED CAKES made lo order.
Also, a largo lot of PIPE?-lino and common.
Dec 3 P. W. KRAFT.
FRENCH NOVELTIES-Perfumery, Extracts,
Odors, Boqueta, Fountains, Antique Oil. Ger?
man Cologne. Lubin's Extracts and Powder, Royal
lavender, Perfumed Crackers, French Pomades,
"Cosm?tique," English Hair Brushes, Dressing
Comba, assorted; Kino Tooth Combs, English and
French Tooth Brushes; Elegant Toilot 8oap-Roso,
Almond, Honey, Glycerine, Windsor, Zahater, Skin
Soap, for the complexion; Powder Puffs and Boxes,
in variety; Toilet Waters; all very cheap at
Dec20f FfsnERA HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
DR. D. L. BOOZER, grateful for tho liberal
patronage ho bau receivod from thc citizens
of thia city and tho aurrounding District, during
tho past year, respectfully announces that ho now
permanently establishes himself in Columbia. All
operations on the natural Teoth faithfully per?
formed. ARTIFICIAL CASES, in every approved
method, carefully and satisfactorily executed
among which ho would call special attention to
that known as RoynoldV'Pateni; and of his suc?
cess in constructing Artificial Cases by this beau
til ul and durable process, ho is enabled, with con?
fidence, to refer to his patients and to the
patentee. Ofiico on Main street, over First Na?
tional Bank. Jan 8
GREGG, PALMER & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Main Street, Winestock's Building,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Interest Allowed on Peposits.
Advancer, Made on Cotton.
Valuable Real Estate tor Sale.
1. DWELLING and LOT, comer of,
.Upper and Bull streets.
2. Dwelling and Lot on Lumber street.
3. Fino Building Lot on Arsenal Hill.
4. Lot corner of Lady and Main streets.
5. Lot 52 feet on Main street.
6. House and Lot near Charlotte Depot.
7. Lot corner of Taylor and Assembly streets.
8. Three Lots in Waverly.
9. The Barhamvillc Property and Lands adja?
10. 14 acres on Upper street, adjoining thc Fair
11. 2 Fino Dwellings on Arsonal Hill.
12. 1.400 acres of Pine Land, near Camden, woll
woodoo; containing two good mill sites and ono
mill completed, tho survey of the Chatham Rail?
road passing through it.
13. 640 acres Pine Land, in Kershaw.
14. 216 acres of Land, iii York, rich in gold.
15. 1,667 acres productivo Land, in Abbeville.
16. 5,000 acres productive Land, in Laurens.
17. 1,900 acres jiroductivo Land, in Marlboro.
18. 970 acres of productive Land, in Fairfield.
19. 1,600 acres Phosphate Lands, near Charles?
ton, on Stono Rivor.
20. A lino Saw Mill Property near Lexington.
21. 1,800 acres, in Richland,"River Swamp Lands,
with a good Mill.
22. 11,000 acres of Heavily Timbered Land, in
St. Stephen's Parish.
28. 600 acres of Cypress Land, near Gadsden,
convenient to North-Eastern Railroad.
3 Fine COTTON PLANTATIONS to rent, low.
We have Lauds near Columbia which eau be di?
vided into small tracts to suit purchasers.
GIBBES & THOMAS,
.Tan 8 Real Estate Agents.
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Latest New York News.
Look Out ! Look Out !1 Look Out!!
"Beautifies tho Complexion."
"GiveB a Rosy Ol. w to the Cheeks."
"A Ruby Tinge to the Lips."
"Removes all Blotches and Freckles."
"The Best in the World."
" C 0 ST AR'S "
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms
Ono Bottle, H.CO. Threo for *2.00.
1,000 Bottles sold in ono day in Now York city. *3
Sr*- All Druggists in COLUMBIA soll it.
Or address "COSTAR," No. 10 Crosby st.. N. Y.
"COSTAR'S" Standard Preparations
.?Costar**" Rat, lionel?, ?fer., F.xferiii I tin lorn.
"Costar**" Hi-<l-Ilug Rilrrmlnalori,
'.< OMtui ' ." oui) pur?-) Insert Po\v?l?*r.
"Only Infallible Remedies known."
"18 years established in New York."
"2,000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
" Ul Beware I!! of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in COLUMBIA sell them."
Address "COSTAR," 10 Crosby street, New
York; or, JOHN F. HENRY, successor to Domas
Barnes A Co., 21 Park Row, New York. Sold in
COLUMBIA bv tho principal Druggists.
Dec 22 gjjgggg ly
Cheese, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
8BOXES ROSE BUD CHEWING, very fine,
4 boxes Commonwealth "
4 boxes Dow Drop, "
2 cases puro Virginia Leaf SMOKING TOBACCO,
half and whole boxes. , ,
Schwitzer, Limberger, German Hand CHEESE.
JOHN C. 8EEGEBS,
Dec 10 Main street, rear Post Office.
New Buckwheat Flour.
5BARRELS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, 5 barrels
Golden Syrup. For sale byE. A G. D. HOPE.
New Stock Guns, Pistols, Etc.
Directly opposite Phoenix Office.
THE undersigned informs bis
friends and tho public generally that
ho has received a largo and select
'assortment of Singlo and Double
Barrel GUNS. RIFLES, TISTOLS. CARTRIDGES
Tor all kinds Guns, Rifles and Repeaters on hand.
SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS, all of which will
be sold low for cash. GUNS and PISTOLS m ado
to order and repaired at short notice and'modorate
price. Cash system rigidly adhered to.
0ct 7 * ___ __P. W. KRAFT.
HAVING jn?t re?
ceived a well soleotod
lot of choice imported
I will take pleasure in
showing thom to tho
lovers of puro goods.
No discount on thom.
Neatly put up in boxes
and in great variety. TOYS in endless profusion.
JELLIES. FRESH FIGS.
New Rai?ins, Dates, Florida Oranges and Lemons,
Bananas, Northern Apples, Nuts, of all kinds, Ac.
Manufactured dailv, of pure sugar, wholesale and
For Weddings and Partiou furnished at short
notice, by JOHN MoKENZIE,
Nov 25 Greenfield'? Row, Main street.
GIBBES & THOMAS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
C O L U DI ll I A . S. C.
THE undersigned havo determined to form a
business partnership, under tho above name,
for tho purchase and Bale, rm commission, of
REAL ESTATE an 1 other property. The present
low pricea for real eat ate, in the 8onth, offers
great inducements for tho investment of Northern
capital; and we propose to koop complete and ex?
tensive lists of property for sale, and to furnish
reliab!.' information to the buyer and Boiler
making no charge, except, where salo.- are effected.
Advertising, when authorized, will be done liberally
and on the best terms. Wo call on our friends
throughout the State to furnish ns with accurate
descriptions of any property they have to Boll, with
price, terms, Ac. We have now, and are continu?
ally receiving, inquiries after property that can be
purchased. JAMES G. GIBBES,'
JOHN P. THOMAS,
WADE HAMPTON GIBBES,
Nov 19 Columbia. 8. C.
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1 KA BAGS Strictly Choice Family FLOUR,
l?U 100 bbla. Low Priced Flour."
For sale low by E. A G. I). IH)PE.
Ale and Portor.
rV DOZ. Muir A Son's r.dinbnrg ALE, .">() Doz.
Ol' Guinness A Son's Dublin Borter, received
and for ?ale low by J. A T. R. AGNEW.