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Friday Horning, October 8,1869.
CASTE.- Tho New York; Journal oj
Commerce declares tho effort made in
Washington to instituto a lawsuit to test
whether persons with more or less negro
blood in their veins hare a right to seats
in the theatre among the whites, or
whether they can only be admitted to a
part reserved for thom, a small business
to got excited over. Elsewhere than in
Washington tho question of the right of
negroes id theatres and other pluces set?
tles itself wi}hout recourse to law, which
fe much boiter for the negroes and all
concerned; for law is an expensive luxury,
which, lik? doctors' advice, should be
taken only, when absolutely necessary.
The Jo ur adds:
"Hore in New York we do not hear of
negroes being expelled from theatres,
because they choose of their own accord
to goto that part of the building which
custom has assigned to them. If there
is any feeling of caste in the case, the co?
lored peoplei. have it as strongly as the
whites, and areas little disposed as tho
whites to minglo with them when per?
sonal contact pan bo avoided. Tho whole
subject of das to in color, like that of as?
sociations in' society, churches, clubs,
etc., seoras to be self-adjusting, and all
the law decisions in the world will not
materially change the present attitude of
the two races towards each other in this
country, except as a legal conflict may
create excitement and deepen existing
prejudices." . '?" (
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VioTOB Boao's Viaws.-At the Lau?
sanne Peaoo Congress, it devolved upon
Victor Hago to close the Congress. He
called for tho "embrace of the republic
and socialism." He went on to say :
"Oar enemies say, 'If necessary, so?
cialism would accept the empire.' lt is
not trae. Oar enemies say, 'The repub?
lic ignores socialism.' It is not true.
The high and definitive formula which I
have jost recalled, while it expresses the
whole republic, also expresses the whole
socialism. At the side of liberty, which
implies property, there is equality, which
implies the right of work, s lofty formula
of 1848; ana there is also fraternity,
whioh implies solidarity. Therefore, re
Fublican and socialism are one. Citizens,
am not myself a republican of the eve,
but I om a socialist of tho day before the
eve. Id j socialism dates from 1828;
therefore, I have the right to speak of it.
Socialism is vost and not narrow; it em?
braces all ,human problems, the social
conception' in its entirety. While il
evokes the important question of work
and wages, it proclaims the inviolability
of human life, the abolition of war, thc
abolition of the gallows, the abolition ol
murder under all tts forms, the substitu?
tion of instruction for penalty. It pro?
claims the gratuitous and obligatory edu?
cation; it proclaims woman equal tc
man-it proclaims the right of the child
and the responsibility of mau; lastly, it
proclaims the individual sovereignty,
which is identical with liberty. What ie
all that? It io socialism; it is also repub?
licanism. Citizens, socialism is thc
affirmation of life; republicanism is thc
affirmation of right. The one raises ar.
the individual to the dignity of man
the other raises up the mau to the dig
nity of oitieen. Is there au ncccorc
more perfect? Yes; we all agree. W?
do not wu ut a Cte -?ar. I defend social
ism, which is calumniated. On the dnj
when the question is pat between slavery
and well-being-panem ?l circenses ou tht
one baud, and liberty with poverty oe
the other, no one amongst, tho Bepnbli
cans and tbe Socialists will hesitate; and
all-I declare it, I affirm it, I answer fo;
it-all will prefer to the white bread o
servitude the black bread of liberty
Therefore we must not lot antagonism ap
pear and germinate. Therefore, in;
Socialist brethren, my Republican tra
thren, let us stand close and serriei
around justice and truth; let us face th?
enemy. Who is tbe enemy? The one
my is more and less than a man. It is i
compound of hideous facts, which weigh
on the world, and whioh devours it. I
is a monster with a thousand claws,
although with but ono head. The ene
my? Is it that sinister incarnation o
thc old military and monarcbial erinn
who stifles and spoliates ns; who put hi;
hand on our months and in oar pocket
-(yes, yes; trae, trae)-who has tin
millions, tho bndgets, the priests, tin
valets, tho civil lists, the palaces, all tb?
armies, and not a single people. Th?
enemy it is who reigns, governs and or
gauizes at tho present moment. Citi
zens, let us be tho enemies of tho enemy
let us be our own friends; let us be ont;
one soul to fight him; let us have oui;
one heart to love each other. Citizens
let us cry fraternity! Another word auc
I have finished. Let us look at tb
future; let..us think of the day, certain
inevitable, near at hand, perhaps, whei
tho whole of Europe will be cnltivate?
like that noble Swiss country which wei
comes us. at this moment. That littl
c?untry has its grandeur-it has a conn
try whioh is called a republic, it has
mountuin which is called the Virgin
Liko Switzerland, let us hav<j a republi
for n citadel, and may our itninaculat
and inviolable liborty be like the Jung
frau, a virgin freak in full light. I saint
tho future revolution."
A man and woman arrived at a bott
iu Cincinnati, and asked if tbey had an;
"marrying facilities" about the house
They were soon spliced, when tho ma
told the clerk to chango the register, an
put them into ono room, with first-rat
sleeping utensils, ns they were bot
It is pow published as a fact that th
vignettes on tho new ten and fiftee
cents stamps aro pictures of two note
rions Washington courtezans.
pondent of the Cb arl eaton Courier, my*
of our poop!
edncate their sons at home. Our colleges
and academies are doing much in the
causo of education, and wo would like to
see them made tributary to the Univer?
sity, by elevating the standard of the
latter and making it worthy of the name.
"Prof. Hart graduated at the State Mi?
litary Academy, taking the second honor
in his class in 1851. Gen. Jenkins, who
fell at the battle of the Wilderness, in
May, 1864, taking tho first honor. He
was a tutor in the Furman University nt
Greenville, South Carolina, from '55 to
'57. and was elected adjunct Professor
Natural Philosophy and Chemistry in
'57. He resigned in '58 and went to
Germany to prepare himself for teach?
ing. He spent six years there, and gra?
duated at the University of Hiedelberg
with considerable distinction, and took
the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
Just before his graduation, ho submitted
cn original mathematical problom, which
was well thought of and an appropria?
tion made for its publication and dis?
"We hope the radical Board of Trus?
tees will do eqnally well in filling the
vacancies existing in the Facnlty. Our
only regret in the eleotion of Prof. Hart
is, that he was not made Professor of the
school of Natural and Mechanical Phi?
losophy and Astronomy, a position for
which he is eminently qualified."
ROBINSON CRUSOE.-The Antiquarian
Society of Scotland have just received a
donation to their museum of two inte?
resting articles, which cannot fail to bo
attractive, especially to juvenile visitors
and all who have read-and who has not?
Defoe's world-wino story of "Robinson
Crusoe." The relics consist of tho sea
chest, and a carved cocoanut cup, which
were the property of Alexander Selkirk,
the prototype of "Robinson Crusoe."
These were with him in his solitary resi?
dence on Juan Fernandez, and were
brought home with him when taken off
the island by Captain Woodes Rogers.
They were used by Selkirk while he lived
in Largo, after his return to his native
place. The chest contained his clothes,
etc., and when he went off from Largo,
were left with his descendants, where
they remained till thc death of one of
them a few years ago, when they were
sold to u gentleman in London. They
were recently placed in tho hands of Mr.
Chapman, of Hanover street, for dis?
posal, and have been purchased by Sir
David Baxter, who, with his usual gene?
rosity, has presented them to tho Society
of Antiquarians of Scotland. The chest
is made of a species of mahogany, and
has Selkirk's initials rudely carved on it,
and what seems to have been his number
in the ship. The enp was carved by Sel?
kirk while on the island, and was mount?
ed in silver nt one time; but having been
carried off by a peddler, for some months
no trace of it could be got, till it was re?
turned from Perth without its silver stem,
for which a wooden one had been substi?
tuted. The edge has a silver band, with
an inscription on it. Only three other
relics of Selkirk are known to be in ex?
istence. His musket is in possession of
a gentleman in Fife; his brown-ware cnn
is in Edinburgh, and his walking-stick
is in the museum a Coulter Mains.
"TIME ,TO GET UV."-Consider our
rooster crowing. We published a story
recently of a boy instructed on miracles,
who was asked what he would think if he
saw the sun shining at mid-night. "Fd
think it was the moon," ?aid he. "But
what if yon kuew it was thc sun?" asked
the instructor. "I'd think it was time
to get up," says he. It J'S time to get up.
The sun is shining at mid-night. Vir?
ginia is conservative, Kentucky immense?
ly so, Tennessee prodigiously, and Cali?
fornia almighty. At tho election iu the
Golden State on tho 1st September, the
Democrats elected three-fourths of the
Legislature, nud carried everything in
the way of County offices. It is time to
get up. Tho sun is shining, and our
Radicalism, like every dog. lins had its
day. Tue men who honestly worked with
it are giving up tho ship, and will join
with conservatives for the country's
good. Pennsylvania, Ohio, and others,
will join the pyramid next month.
[ Clarks!) ur y Conservative.
DIRECT TRADE-THE FIRST STEAMSHIP.
Wo are informed that the Darieu, a fine
propeller, Ulonging to tho Charleston
and Liverpool steamship linc, sailed
from Liverpool on Tuesday last. Tho
Danen, which may be expected to steam
up to onr wharves in about fifteen days,
is of 1,172 tons burthen, and will bo fol?
lowed by other staunch ships adapted to
our trade. To show the rapidity with
which mercantile combinations are made
in this era of telegraphs and steam, wo
may mention that cotton to arrive by the
Darieu has already been sold in Liver?
The foolishness of the African City
Couueil, of Washington, will leave that
city without theatres. They oro attempt?
ing to compel managers to admit the
odorous individuals to the parque?te and
circles; but there aro portions of the
house assigned for them, and, unless
they occupy these withont further dis?
turbance, every manager iu Washington
will close his theatre.
Why is not tho following sensible rule
always adhered to? "If a gentleman and
lady are walking together, she should
always be nt his right arm, whether it be
towards the inside or ont sido of the
walk; thus the lady will avoid being
pushed aud annoyed by passers-by. Al?
ways turn to your right when passing a
person oi persons on the street."
? -TMM-Mgw??1?1 ?.Wi?Srt^^o QweEr
*hite that they b?ught th?ir ??kota ana
Lharoom, ar^f wera put bat. <Nttw they
intend to bring the case beioro the
courts and test tho social equality ordi?
nance recently passed by the Washing?
ton Couricil. ' -
At the evacuation of Ascurrn, Presi?
dent Lopez is said to have removed
everything, including his guns. An en?
gagement, it -is- reported, took plaoe
during tho retreat betweon 30,000 allies
and 3,000 Paraguayans, resulting iu the
loss to thc latter of 2,500 men, und all
their archives and specie.
Letters said to have boen received in
Washington from Cuba represent the
Americans in thc Cuban army as anxious
to leave, being subjected to injustice and
cruelty. They aro required to take the
front in battle, and if captured, are shot
by tho Spaniards, aud aro even assas?
sinated by their Cuban comrades.
pf rv BOXES choice cutting CHEESE just
fJU received, and for salo low, bv
Oct S_J. A T. R.'AONEW.
Ir^rvrk LBS. BLUE STONE on hand, and
.VJ\J\J for salo low, by
Oct 8_J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
AGOOD PLAIN COOK. One that can come
well recommended. Call at
Oct 8 G. DIERCKS'. Main street.
Mules and Horses.
r^n, A LOT of very fine MULEsfl^.
f"*? and HORSES can be seen at
.aWifrjoyner'a Hotel Stables. .M /I"
Among them aro several good Saddle and
Harness Horses. Two pair Match Horses.
PriceB reasonable. J. A. ALLEN.
Oct 8 3?
AFTER the lat of November, it is
'proposed to furnish those Oysters,
either in tho shell or opened, in
quantities to suit purchasers, and at the low?
est market prices.
Thc Mill Fond Ovster supplied will bo thc
celebrated GULLA ISLAND OYSTER, from
thc Lucas Mill Fond, at Charleston, which, for
llavor and plumpness, is well known to be un?
Terms cash. Orders solicited from all parts
of tho count rv. Address
THOMAS McCRADY, Agent,
P. O. Box No. 339, Charleston,**. C.
REFERENCES-James Adgor A Co., Hon. J.
B. Campbell, Dr. Kt. J. Ravenel. David Jen?
nings, McCrady A Son, W. G. Diuglo, John S.
Ryan._Oct C 8
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
COECMOIA, October 2, 1809.
TAXES on Sales of Merchandize, Sales at
Auction and on Commission, Insurance
Agencies, Receipts of Hotels, Saloons, Ac,
ic, for the quarter ending October 1 are due,
and prompt pavment of the same ia required.
Oct 3 0_J. H. MCMAHON, City Clerk.
BUSHELS prime HEAVY OATS, for
0\f\f sale low, by_E. A O. P. HOPE.
English Dairy Cheese.
BOXES E. D. CHEESE,
4t) 50 boxes Cutting Cheese.
For sale low by E. A G. D. HOFE.
1PIFE PURE SCHIEDAM GIN, direct from
the Custom Hout-e. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Bremen Lager Beer.
JUST RECEIVED, 5 Casks-60 Doz. Pints
of this celebrated BEER, which has boon
nut of market for some time, as thc quantity
is limited. Au carly call, onlv, can secure a
supply. GEORGE SYMMERS.
Notice of Copartnership.
yrrrv THE subscribers have this dayj^^T,
S^Mgformcd a Copartnership, for then^l :
?EBBtransaction of a General Grocery'l^t-i;;
and Commission business, in this city,to be
conducted under the namo and style of WELLS
A CALDWELL; and hope, by strict attention
to business, to merit a liberal share cf patron?
age from our friends and thc public generally.
We have ample warehouse room for the stor?
age ol Cotton, and other conntry produce.
Our location is on Gervais streot, near the
South Carolina and Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Depots, and next door West of tho
National Hotel. JACOB H. WELLS,
JOHN D. CALDWELL.
CoLVMBlA,?8. C., October 2, 1809. O 3 |j??9
? ? ? # ?
THE subscriber has opened an office at the
Store of Messrs. Wells A Caldwell, and
will be pleased to see his friends and former
mstomers. Storage will bo provided for any
Dotton that may be consigned to his caro.
Oct 3 llfii!)_JAMES K. FRIDAY.
Removed to New Store
Tn Columbia Hotel Jlloel; One Door North
(>/ Main Entrance.
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOUSE
IS now roceiving a very
1 Stock, and is now<
....1 compriso every ^ .
irticlo usually kopt in a first class house, such
LS Hats, from tho lowest grade to tho fluent
lilk beavor, Boots and ShoeB in every Btylo,
md at pricos to snit all, Trunks, Valises, La
lies' and Gents' Leather, Carpet and Cloth
land-bags, School Satchels, Umbrellas, Ac.
Thankful for past favorB. I will bo happy to
oceivo a continuance of public patronage.
Tho attention of Wholcsalo Buyers is soli
tltod. Call at sign of tho big Boot and Hat.
Oct 3__A. SMYTHE.
PALL AND WINTER Q00DB.
HAVING received from New York my
i supply of FALL and WINTER QOODS,
I consisting of English, French and Ameri?
can Cassi mores, Scotch Tweeds, Voatings,
?o., Ao., I invite my old customers and tho
uiblic generally to call and examine for them
lelves, Holing satisfied that I can show as fine
loods, and give as good bargains, as can bo
ibtainod anywhoro. With an experience of
Iftcen or twonty years in the business, and a
:orps of competent workmen, my cnatomers
nay rolv upon being satisfied.
Sept 19 J. F. EISENMANN.
A Raleigh (ft ij. J peper olalms that
the Governor and Troaauror of that
?; ?pnsted by New York operator!,
boen makipgWorkupe by,<|?pres??
ltate stocka, fhyingy theojl in atA
?, and thejflthrouA theft offion
wuwvd appreciating, tb?bi ana selling
??Mrs. Bridget JLbkk'lh^'-heJeif.
irom the fifth story of a tenement house
in New York, and was killed on the spot.
Reports derogatory to her diameter are
said to be the cause.
A temporary inmate of the Saugus
(Mass.) Alms House killed bis wife yes?
terday with a pair of shoe clamps.
A colored .man at Selma, Ala., one day
lost week, picked 618 pounds of cotton.
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened a beauti?
ful assortment of articles in hid linc, to
which ho invites tho attention of purchasers.
His stock of WATCHES ia from tho boHt
makers in tho country, whilo hid JEWELRY ia
unexceptionable; and hid FANCY ARTICLES
are so variod in charactor that ho is confident
he will bo ablo to please tho most fastidious.
SPECTACLES to suit all agca. He invites spa?
cial attention to the collection nf SILVER and
PLATED WARE, which is warranted to bo au
represented. All kinds of REPAIRING faith?
fully attended to. Give me a call
Oct 7 Next door to Sn vin RH Hank.
CONSUMERS will bear in mind that if they
desire the Gae to bo continued, they must
be prompt in paying their billa, now duo, or
discontinue. JACOB LEVIN,
Oct 6 3 Secretary Gas Company.
CHE AP CLOTHING,
AT J. SULZBACHER'S.
CHEAP DRY GOODS, at
CHEAP HATS AND CAPS, at
CHEAP SHOES AND BOOTS, at
Main street, next Phd'nix Ojjice.
3 OOO BUSHELS WALKEU WHEAT,
the moat hardy, early aud prolific variety
grown in Tcnnessscc-Amber Color.
200 bushels Kilpatrick Anti-rust WHEAT
200 bushels Boughton WHITE WHEAT.
500 bushels BARLEY and RYE.
2,500 bushels White and Mixed CORN.
500 bushels Black Seed OATS.
On consigument and for Bale by
J. O. MATHEWSON,
Commission Merchant, Augusta, Ga.
The Albemarle Fire Insurance Co.,
?^CAPITAL S 4 O O , O O O . -??
Losses Adjusted Equitably and J'aid Promptly.
WE publish the following letter from Rev.
John A. Broaduo. D. D , (lato of Virgi?
nia,) Professor in tho Theological Seminary
at Greenville, 8. C.:
GREENVILLE, S. C., January 13, 1SC0.
HI E. Earle, Esq.-DEAU Sin: I am peraon
ally acquaintod with tho Preaidont, Secretary
and all tho Directors of tho Albemarle Insur?
ance Company, Charlottesville, Va., and know
them to bo men of high stauding-of Bubatau
tial means, and of firat rato abilities for busi?
ness. I have always understood that the Com?
pany was well managed, and on a good basia.
Vurv trulv yours, JOHN A. BROADUS.
WM. E. EARLE,
Kept 2? tufB General Agent for tho State.
H. E. SCOTT, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
Col. J. N. BROWN, Agent, Anderson.
J. H. HIM. A Co., Agonta, Unionvillo.
Notice to Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
ASSISTANT ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, 1ST DIVISION,
3n DISTRICT, S. C., October 1, 18G9.
THE Internal Revenuo Laws rcquiro that
every cask or packago of spirituous
liquor of five gallons and upwards, tilled for
shipment, salo or delivery on the premises of
a wholesale liquor doal'er, must bo gauged
and inspected, and havo ii fl ix cd thereto tho
wholesale liquor dealer's stamp.
J. F. ENSOIt, U. S. Gauger,
Oct 2 _Oftico at Loaphart A Sloan's.
New Dress Goods
C. F. JACKSON'S.
HANDSOME lino of black and colored
SILKS, Satin striped POPLINS,
Figured, Chene and Mottled MOHAIRS,
Grav Mixed MAI WOE,
Silk faced POPLIN'S, French PLAID. All-wool
EPINGLINE, plain black CRETONNE, black
and colored ALPACAS, black repcllant CLOTH,
RIBBONS, Trimmings and Buttons, fashiona?
ble styles; magnificent Saab Ribbons.
Sept 20_C. F. JACKSON.
JUST received a few choice FRENCH CAS?
SIMERES for pantaloons and suits,
which will bo cut to order, and mado in tho
boat manner. B. A W. C. SWAFFIELD.
Sights and Sensations
IN FRANCE, GERMANY, Ac. $1.50.
Hilt to Hilt, by Surry,or Eaglo's Nest, $1.50.
Five Acres Too Mneh, by Roosevoldt, a very
pleasant and instructive book, $1.50.
How Crops Grow, for all agriculturalists, by
Professor Johnson, $1.60.
Old Town Folks, a novol, by Mrs. Stowe, $2.
The Wedding Day In all Ages and Countries.
Stretton, a novol, by Kingsloy, 40 conts.
Tho Villa on tho Rhino, by Auerbach.
Ho Know Ho waa Right, by Trollope.
The Malay Archipelago, its Inhabitants and
Animals, finely illustrated, full of information.
European ?Vineyards, by Flagg, $150.
Liddons' Bampton Lectures, London.
The Virginians, The Newcomes, cheap edi?
tions Thackeray's works and other new books.
For salo at BRYAN ? McCARTER'S
June 30 Bookstore.
BUDDEN DEATH.-Yesterday morning,
a ot?mp* woman J nailed Mary Cosby,
erxjloyjad as a ?ookAy Jfcep|| Tay for, '
died very suddouly/il? his&?lojj^en, jiflst
rafter preparing ^reaj?fast.^ AO; inquest
Vas^held by Coroner Thompson, and
aftor hearing the evidenoa of witnesses
and of Dr. Gibbes, who performed the
post mor?an examination, tho jury re?
turned a verdict "that she came to her
death from disease of tho heart."
The piles of boxes daily deposited in
front of tho storo of Messrs. J. H. &, M.
JJ. Kimud, on Main street, near Plain,
aro substantial evidence that they are
rapidly filling their sbolves with many
useful and tasty articles pertaining to
their business ns wholesale aud retail dry
goods merchants. Tho senior member
of tho firm has been eugaged in this bu?
siness in Columbia for many years, and
his skill and judgment in selectiug arti?
cles particularly adapted to this market,
are'kuowu and properly appreciated.
ADAM BEDE-BY Gronos ELIOT.-Wo
aro indebted to Messrs. Bryan & McCar
ter for a copy of this standard novel. It
is, perhaps, the best of George Eliot's
works. The present edition belongs to
Harper's library edition, illustrated.
This book deserves a place in ono's li?
brary. The characters are strongly
drawn, and Adnm Bede in particular
stands out in bold relief-a man sincere
in converse, and with a conscience clear
UH tho noonday. The price of this hand?
some volume is 75 cents.
CRUMBS.-Governor Scott has appoint?
ed tho following persons as Magistrates,
viz: Edgefield County-James A. Tol?
bert and Thomas E. Jennings; Oconee
W. W. Watson; Hpartanburg-Elijah
Dill; Union-Glen D. Peake; York-R.
L. McCants. C. C. Bryce, Notary Pub
lie for Walhalla.
Wo aro authorized to state that, witl
its usual liberality, tho South Caroline
Railroad Company offers to take for om
fare, going and returning, all persons do
sirons to attcud tho Fair in this oity ncx
mouth, aud they will carry, free of al
charge, produce, stock, and all other ar
tides intended for exhibition at the Fair
An enterprising Charlestonian has un
dertnken to place those delicious bivalve
within 'reach of the benighted people o
the interior, and tho first class names t<
which ho refers are a guarantee that b
is all right. See advertisement.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS AND GENERA
SESSIONS, October 7, 1869.-Tho jur
charged with the case of tho State vt
Ainsley Price and George Price, indictc
for assault and battery, with intent t
kill, after being out for sixteen houri
returned the following verdict: "W
find that the alleged assault and batter
was not committed, if committed at al
in Richland County."
In the coso of William Smith, coloree
for grand larceny, thc prisoner was foun
The Grand Jury returned tho follov
Gus Adams, Josh Jones, Simon Wa:
ron, Peter Green and Cyo Joyner-La:
cony. True bill.
Bill Shackelford, Honry Black, Die
Forman and Tom Shackelford-Larceny
W. B. Lowrance-Assault and battei
in presence of tho Court. True bill.
John O'Connor-Assault and batter
in two cases. No bill.
Robert Galloway-Grand larcen
Joseph Stovenson-Petit larcen
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October 7.-Cohn
bia Hotel.-M. McLaughlin, James (
Holmes, T. H. Symuies, J. S. Ryan, .
G. Holmes, Jr., Charleston; R. O. Bus
H. F. Heriot, Georgetown; W. M. Col
New York; J. R. Bailey, W. H. Hove
A. McBeo, Grconville; W. E. Hagoo
Goorgia; M. J. Calnan, H. P. Adar
and lady, city; - Leuuor, - Grabar
England; J. W. Hardy, Spartonburg;
E. Thames, B. F. Alford, Augusta; ]
T. Lamar, Richland.
Nickerson House.-J. J. Pringle Bot
Alston, Benj. H. Wilson, Georgetow
J. W. Floyd, Mrs. J. W. Floyd, Mrs. i
J. Pettit, Virginia; D. Mower aud wife,
B. Seigler, G. W. Conner, Nowberr
Mrs. Vinson, Mrs. L. Vinson, Mast
Vinson, Union; Wm. Johnston, Chi
lotto; H. G. Huntington, Mancheste
England; A. W. Hameter, G. and C. '.
R ; H. C. Summers, B. R. R. R.; C. ]
Simpkins, Enterprise, Fla. ; J. C. Colt
Augusta; Miss Calhoun and two nephov
J. W. Trowbridge, Abbeville; S. H. ?
Clair, Rome, N. Y. ; J. H. Gay, Gold
Grove; J. L. Denton, Yorkville.
National Hotel-Jessie Leather wood,
S. Allon, Spartanburg; R. H. Brown, ]
Coward, N. C. ; T. M. Jenkins, Ne win
ry; John Allen, Frank Niernseo, oity; !
W. Hamiter, G. & C. R. R. ; A. 0. Tod
Laurens; G. W. Crawford, Isaac A. J
len, Tenn.; John Wilson, Greensboi
N. C.; Seth W. Manpin, Richmond, K;
C. W. Rawlinson, Riohland; John A
Bowen, Baltimore; C. W. Montgomoi
Charleston; Geo. W. Franklin, Clin tc
Mrs. Hampton Wolfe & Son, Lexingte
~ WV bavwr^'rei?e?? to MB toft*
the reaigoaUorl A<of t??jwo Pfofpefeorfc'
will not immediately affect tbo:couree of
study ir^ the Un i verei ty, M Prof., Sacbt:
lebeu'e rcsigu?t?o'u baa relation to tho
oudof October-by which time the va?
cancy may bejstrppl>*jd-r?rfd Prof. Iii vere
has signified bis -willingness to remain in
tho discharg? of his duties until his suc?
cessor shall be appointed* ? . ,
HOLD ON TO YOUR COTTON.-A clique
in New York manipulated the gold mar?
ket. Gold went up and then went down.
A clique in New York or elsewhere may
put down cotton. Cotton is down now,
and if tho crop is withheld, it will soon
go up again. As far, then, ns ono's ob?
ligations will permit, let him hold his
cotton. This is the true policy.
WEDDING CAUDS AND ENVELOPES.-A
lot of wedding cards aud envelopes, of
latest styles, has just been received;
which will be printed in imitation of en?
graving, and at less than one-tenth the
cost. Call and see specimens at PnozNix
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-The Northern
and Western mails are open for delivery
at 1 p. m.; closed at 11.30n. m. Charles?
ton (day) and Greenville open at 5.30 p.
m.; closed at 8.30 p. m. . Charleston
night mail open at 8.30 a. m.; closed at
4.15 p. m. On Sunday, the post office is
open from 1 to 2 p. m.
A few copies of the "Sack and Destruc?
tion of Columbia" can be obtained at the
Phoenix office. Price twenty-five cents.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention i?
called to the following advertisements,
published tho first time this morning:
Thos. McCrady-Mill Pond Oysters.
G. Diercks-Cook Wanted.
J. & T. R. Agnew-Cheese, &c.
J. A. Allen-Mules and Horses.
P. F. Frazee-Sheriff's Sale.
ILLS THAT FLESH IS HEIR TO.-Scro?
fula or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Neu?
ralgin, Swelling of the Glands and
.loints, Emptions of the Skin, Seconda?
ry Syphilis with all its train of evils, Im?
pure Blood, Female Diseases, Low
Spirits, Liver Complaint, Nervousness,
?co., ?fcc, fall to the lot of mankind. But,
happily, they have their antidote. DR.
TLTT'S SARSAPARTLA and QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT possesses the qualities to expel
them from tho system, restore perfect
health and produce happiness, where all
was misery. 02 6
WHAT rr WILL, DO.-Judge by what
it has done. Heinitsh's QUEEN'S DE?
LIGHT. It bas cured a sore leg of twen?
ty-five years stnading. It has restored
to health persons long diseased. It has
cured cutaneous eruptions, tetter, Sec.
It has cured the dyspeptic of his com?
plaint of long standing. It has restored
to life tho child supposed to be dying.
It has produced a radiant glow on the
female cheek. It has invigorated the
feeble and languishing. It hos imparted
vigor to the young. It has vitalized the
decaying functions of age. It has puri?
fied tho blood and invigorated life. It
has cured Liver Complaint and nervous
disorders. It has proven to bo a great
blessing to females. It establishes regu?
larity of the organs. It is the lamp of
life and way to health, and everybody
should try a botte of HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S
To the Public.
HAVING just roturned from tho North,
with a NEW STOCK OF SUPEBIOR
IGOODS, for tin' custom trade, I am pre -
.pared to ?I1 orders at short notico and
in the very latest styles. A better stock, in
my lino, has never been brought to this city,
and having several competent workmon, I
guaranteo satisfaction to all. Give me a call.
Sept 18_C. D. EBERHARD!1.
Auctioneers and Conuniasion Merchants
WE have this day formed a copartnerabip
to conduct a General Auctioneer and
Commission business, in tho town of Colum?
bia, and surrounding Counties, and will attend
to tho salo of overy description of property
placed in our bauds. We aro in communica?
tion with a reliable real estate agent in tho
city of Baltimore, who has large transactions
in our Stato, and aro satisfied of oar ability to
act with promptness, and give full satisfaction
to any who will intrust their property to our
LOCAL SALES in the city will meet with
instant attention, and liberal advances made
on articles placed in our hands for sale. We
hopo to merit thc patronage of the community
Office, for tlie presiont, at the Store of Mr. A.
SHIV the, Columbia Hotel building.
A. M. LEE,
Sept 10 tl5_THOS. g. LEE.
MUS. ZIMMERMAN'S Female Institution
will recommence on October 4, next, for
tho reception of Pupils and Boarders, as here?
tofore. Tho course of studies will emhraco all
constituting a perfect English education; also,
Music, Drawing, Painting, Latin and French.
ALL persons having claims against thc es?
tate of the late M. BRENNEN, deceased,
will present them, proporlv attested, to thc
undersigned. MARY BRENNEN,
July 23 f3mo_Qualilled Ei'ra.
SOME dealers in this oily have been in doubt
that I could bold out supplying them with
beer this summer. I now inform tho public
that I havo a large supply of old Lager Seer
m hand, which I put against any Beer brought
Trora the North, or even imported from Ger?
many, as to parity and strength. I am ready
to test it by the Beer scale.
Aug 20 JOHN C. SEEGER8.
.)fi CASES California CHAMPAGNE, ma
?X3 nufactured from the pure and unadulte?
rated juice of the Grape, and much superior in
davor and quality to the many chemically pre?
pared and spurious imitations now offered to
the public. Price per case of 1 dozen Quarts,
115.00; or, 2 dozen Pints at $16. Terms c?sh.
Aug ll J. A T. E. AGNEW.