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?Y JULIAN A. SELBY,
cirroa Ann P?OP?ncToa.
Offl?e 61t Main Street, above Taylor.
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Agents for Phoenix nm! Gleaner.
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JUMOS POPP?..Aadei;?Qn,C.,H
J AUKS On ANT.. Un ion J. R. ALLE*..Chester
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BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA. 8. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, I8C9. VOL. V-NO. 200
ADVXRTUZM EXTB.
Per Square, 9 lines. ?rst Insertion.. .$0 76
Each subsequent insertion. 60
Weekly, each insertion. 75
KW A liberal discount made on the abov>
rates when advertisements ar? inserted by
the month.
-Book and Job Printing of all kinds
promptly and faithfullv attended tn.
FBIOBTTFUIJ RAVAGES OP CHOLERA IN
INDIA.-Writes a correspondent from
Delhi, September 10.
Having jost trayeresed tue line from
Calcutta to Delhi, and writing from a
point only ft hundred miles from Umfit
sir, I am in position to give sorno reUa
ble details both as to tho ravage*Waw
cholera daring the present season and
the severity of the existing famino iu tho
Punjaub, i
All along the road from Benares to
this city the cholera mortality during tho
past two months has been very severe.
Scarcely a >pjece has entirely escapod,
however email ; and aU the large cities,
such as Benares, Allahabad, Lucknow,
Agra and Dolhi, have Butlered more or
less heavily. At present the pestilence
is not raging with anything approaching
virulence at any pince except Lucknow,
where, the European deaths are averag?
ing eight and ten a day, and at Umritsir,
tho death, rote has fallen to twenty-five
(natives) per diem. There is, indeed,
great reason to hope that tho epidemic
as, for the present year, pretty well run
itself ' ont. -^?o exact estimate cnn of
coarse yot be formed of the total mor?
tality jit has, entailed during the past two
or three months, bat tho official returns
already to hand show that it has been
much larger than hitherto expected.
During the month of June alone there
-was 20,000 deaths from cholera in the
central provinces, and for tho following
two months the rate was not much less.
In Eastern Bengal there have certainly
beon 20,000 deaths during the season,
and in the Punjaub, Upper Bengal and
Bajapootanana the deaths hava at the
very least been sufficient to swell up tho
grand total to 100,000 for the wholo of
Eastern and Central India. That a "lac"
of people have died during the recent
epidemic is certain ; probably this very
greatly underrates tho actual figures.
Six hundred Europeans have perished
'Out of a scauty population of some
150,000.
FAREWELL TO BxsHor* LYNCH.-P.uvr
iNO TESTIMONIAL FOM HIS FLOCK.-At 8
o'clock, yesterday evening, the vestry?
men of the several Catholic Churches
and a number of the personal friends of
Bishop Lynch met at his residence, in
Broad street, to bid him farewell before
his departure io attend the O?oumencial
Council at Borne. After a pleasing in?
terchange of greeting, M. P. O'Connor,
Esq., on behalf of those present, pre?
sented the Bishop with a handsome purse,
the donation of aome of tho members of
his diocese; and a testimonial of their
. regard and good wishes. Mr. O'Connor
alluded to the desolation that overspread
the diocese at the olose of the war, and
showed that through the arduous labors
of the Bishop mach of the ruin of the
past had already .beon repaired. lu bid?
ding adieu apon this occasion, the pleas
lng duty was devolved upon him to
present a testimonial which was the free
will offering of tho people of the diocese.
The Bishop feelingly responded, thank?
ing them for their gift. Though his la?
bors had been arduous, ho had bat fol?
lowed the example of the Apostle Paul
and Bishops of old, and bia appeal for
aid had beeu answered. Some good had
been done, but more remained to do.
He only trusted that his health would be
equal to the task. He went to Rome at
the call of the Sovereign Pontiff of the
Hierarchy, and impelled by his vow.
Some repose was also necessary after the
labors of the past few yeats, and ho hop?
ed to return to hil diocese in April or
May ia renewed health and vigor. The
Bishop thanked his gueBts again for the
testimonial, and pronounced tho bene?
diction, after which he bid them sever?
ally adieu,expressing the hope of a speedy
reunion.-Charleston Hews.
THREE WORKMEN KILLED- A NUMBER
WOUNDED.-A very serious accident oc?
curred in "Kentucky, on thc new Shelby
branch road, Thursday afternoon. A
large number of workmen are engaged
at the tunnel, whioh is about half-way
between Hobbs' Station and .Shelbyville,
On Thursday afternoon, about -t o'clock,
as some of the hands were blasting rock
inside of the tunnel, a prematuro explo?
sion occurred, by which turee mon were
killed outright and several others severe?
ly wounded.
A letter from Albany, Ky., on Thurs?
day, says : "Our community was greatly
shocked and outraged yesterday, on
learning that Lewis Kpger (colored) shot
and killed Lewis C. Story, Sheriff of
Clinton County, who was attompting to
arrest said negro under a warrant. I am
informed this morning that the enraged
relatives and friends of Mr. Story fouud
the negro last night and shot him fivo or
six times before ho fell. Hu attempted
to re8istvthem."
MKS. LINCOLN.-Tho papers continue
to publish stories concerning tho report?
ed marriage, now said to be pear at hand,
of Mrs. Mary Lincoln, widow of the de?
ceased President, to Count Sooneiden
buutzeo, grand chamberlain to the
Orand Duke of Baden. It is not known
how much truth there is in the report.
Mrs. Lincoln is yet in Germany.
i
A MURDEH IS VIRGINIA-A MOTHER
ANDSQXTHE VICTIMS.-Tho CharlotteB
?ille (vb-) Chronicle, ot Saturday, says :
Wo are called upon to chroniclo ono of
ejpjj^a^pld-bloodod und fioudi?h taur
m fetffe&-u Albemarle Coun?
ty, tho^VCTr^M Ri i eh aro a mother
and her son. NN^^^o below RU ch par?
ticulars as we eau gather froiu parties
from the neighborhood of the murder,
lt seems that on Monday night Mr.
Henry Salmon, who lives near Stouy I
Point, in this County, wont to Mr. Her
ring's (his neighbor) to a com shucking, j
and returning very early yesterday morn- j
ing, was surprised at seeing tho door of !
the house standing open. Ho went a |
short distance to n neighbor's and with '
him proceeded to thc bouse, and thero
found a sight that would mako the hair
of tho hardest-hearted stand on end.
There, in tho front room lay his mother,
a good old lady of about sixty years,
dead in a peol of blood, and in tho ad?
joining room, lying ou the bed, was his
only brother, breathing his lost.
Tho neighbors were hastily called to?
gether and a consultation held, and the
conolusion arrived nt was that some
one, actuated by a desire for booty, en?
tered tho house and killed Luther Sal?
mon by striking him on tho bead, appar?
ently with n hatchet, and then going into
the other room mot Mrs. Salmon coming
in from the wood pile, whither ?ho had
been for kindling, and killed her with
tho same instrument. The fiends then
ransacked tho house, breaking open all
the drawers and scattering things in
every direction.
PRIZES FOB THE STATE FAIR.-Tho
managers of tho State Agricultural Fair
have purchased from the establishment
of Messrs. W. G. Whilden & Co. a va?
riety of articles of silver-wara designed
as prizes for thc successful competitors
in the various departments. Tho prizes
are all of solid silver, and are both use?
ful and ornamental, costing io tho aggre?
gate over $1,000. Messrs. Whilden tc
Co. also furnished tho prizes for the late
Abbeville Fair.-Charleston News.
David English, a ship captain, while
rooming at the United States Hotel, on
Fultou street, New York, on Monday
night, left tho gas flowing and unlighted,
and was fatally poisoned by inhaling it.
During thc last fiscal year, tho Govern?
ment has disposed of between Si,OOO,OOO
and S3.000.000 worth of land, under the
homestead and other laws.
Thomas N. Berry, a promiueut lawyer
of Baltimore, committed suicido by
shooting himself yesterday, at his resi?
dence in that city.
The Attention of Purchasers
lu respectfully called to tho
FOLLOWING LIST OF G?EAP GOODS
To be found at
C. F. JACKSON'S.
1
CASE Beautiful POPLINS, at 37c.
. 1 do do DeLaines, at 25c.
Large lot Worsted Shawls, $1.00 to 110.00.
Drena Silks, at very low prices,
Ladies' Cotton Hose, good quality, at 12*c.
Ked and White Flannels, 25c. and upwards,
Ladies' Linon Collars, at 10c. and upwards,
Linen Diaper, at $2.50 per pieces;
Linen Damask, at 50, 75 and $1.00 per yard,
Extra Quality Ladies' English Hose, at 50c.
Ladies' Linen Handkerchief?, 10, 12?, lol,
20, 25c. to $5.00,
Men's Half Hot?o, 12, 20, 25, 35, 50c.
Ladles' Hats. 20, 26, 50o.
Qood article Jeans, at 33L 50c.
Extensivo stock of Casaimeres, for Men's
?nd Dova'wear, at reduced prices,
Another Invoice of those beautiful drab Co?
verings, at low rates.
The attention of the ladios is specially ualled
to our unusually large assortment of Dress
Trimmings, of the latest styles, and superb
Sash Ribbons and Sashes.
Nov 2 C.JP. JACKSON.
Great Attractions
COLUMBIA FAIR.
?WE notify the public that the Ba
Greatest Fair KU
will he held at the storo of E9a
ISA.? SLlZBAfJllEB, m
THE COLUMBIA HOTEL.
He invites the company of thc entire popu?
lation of the States of North and South Cand??
na, and Georgia, in particular, and otlior sec?
tions in general, EREE OF CHARGE, to cull
and inspoct his largo and beautiful stock of
WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
CUTLERY, MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS,
And other articles usually kept in a first
class Jewelry Store. Nov 7
A Large Assortment
ENOLISH and American TOOTH BRUSH?
ES, English Hair brushes,
American Hair Brushes.
COMBS, of ail kinds and prices.
Choice Extracts and other PorfumoB, at low
prioes. JACKSON'S Drug Storo.
The Columbia Tannery, .
J. P. THOMAS At CO., Proprietor?.
HIDES and SKINS bought or taken bi ex.
change for Finished Leather. Orders
for Leather promptly filled. Apply at foot of
Lumber atroet, on th? Greenvillo and Colum
; ;.. o .?K-.,o,i -..
aurTFor the purpoeo of engaging in the
above business, the undersigned have, tbis
day, August 23, I860, associated themselves as
copartners. J. P. THOMAS,
J. O. MOORE,
Oct 20 J. W. PARKER.
SS IP? o ol ?ntl Notices.
TO CONSUMPTIVES-Tho advortiscr,
having boon restored to health in a few wooke,
by a very simple roniedy, after having Buttered
several yearn with a aevero lung affection, aud
that dread diaoaao, Consumption, ia anxious to
make known to hie fellow-sufferers the means
of euro.
To all who desire it, he will Bend a copy of
thu prescription used, (free of charge,) with
tho directions for prepariug and using the
Hame, which they will lind a SUIIE CUBE FOR
COXSUMITIO^,'ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, etc. Tho
object of the advertiser in sending the pre?
scription is to benefit thu afflicted, and spread
information which he conceives to be invalua?
ble; and bc hopes evory sufferer will try his
remedy, KH it will cost them nothing, and may
provo a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please
address BEY. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, Now York.
Nov 10 3mo
EilROns OK YOUTH.-A gcntloman who
Buffered for years from Nervous Debility, Pre?
mature Docay, and all the effects of youthful
indiscretion, will, for sako of suffering huma?
nity, Bend free to all who need it, tho re?
ceipt and directions for making tho simple
remedy by which he was cured. Sufferer?
wishing to protit by tho advertiser's experi?
ence, can do JO by addi'easing, with perfect
confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
Nov 10 8mo No. 42 Cedar street, New York.
YOU MAY BE TOO LATE.-Bo warned
intime. Diseases Uko Indigestion and Dys
pepsin aro not to be trifled with. There ii
auch a thing au being loo late in these matters
Inflammation, or Scirrhus Cancer, or ?omi
other dangerous disease may ensue, when al
restoratives, no matter how potent, would bi
ineffectual. Do not delay then. When tin
symptoms of Dyspepsia are tirst experienced
rosort at once to the great restorative mcdi
cine, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS
aud you will be safo.
But few diiorders iuvolve greater suffering
and, if not in itself immediately dangerous, i
ia thc source of many doadly maladiea. Eve
if it did not tend to greater evil, tho mentt
and physical misery it produces is alone a BU!
f?ciont reason why no paint should be apare
to prevent or cure it. lu uo country ou th
facu of the globe ia it BO completely dornest
catod as in our own, whore it is found in nearl
evory household. HOSTETTER'S STOMACI
BITTERS are universally conceded to bo th
sovereign remedy for this annoying disease, a
they act directly upon tho digestivo organi
correct and (ono tho stomach, and give rcnev
ed vitality to tho system. Acting delight full
upon the nerves and soothing the brain, rei
dors them efficacious as a mental medicine, i
well as a genial stomachic. If taken aa a pr<
ventivo, they will bo found particularly we
suited to tho diseases arising from the ui
healthy season of antumn, and their usc wi
prevent tho creeping, unpleasant sensatic
often oomplaiued of when tho chills aro slea
iug slowly upon tho patient. Oct 31 w,
SPECIAL NOTICE-To parties in want
Doors, Sashes and Blinds, wo refer to the ai
vertisement of P. P. Toale, the large man
facturer of those goods in Charleston. Pru
hat furnished on application. July 17 9mo
?-PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGE
NEW COURSE or LECTURES, as delivered at tl
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing tl
subjects: How to Live and What to Live fe
Youth, Matnrity and Old Age; Manhood Gen
rally Reviewed; The Cause of Indigestion;Fl
tulenco and Nervous Diseases neon un tod fi
Marriage Philosophically Considered, Ac, .V
These lectures will be forwarded on receipt
four stampB, by addressing Sec'y Bait imo
Hussain of Anatomy, 74 Weet Baltimore Btre<
Baltimore,Md. May Civ
THE HEALING POOL.-ESSAYS FC
YOUNG MES, who have falle? into vicio
habita, mid now desire a higher life, and a tx
ter Manhood, with certain means of lelief 1
the afflicted. Sent in sealed lotter envelop?
free of charge. Address, HOWARD ASHOC
AITON, Box P., Philadelphia, Pa. Sept 25 Sj
To the Dental Profession.
THE DENTISTS of Columbia cordially
vite their Professional Brethren througlu
the State, to meet them in Du. THOM
MOORE'S OFFICE, November 10, at 10 o'ck
A. M., for tho purpose of forming a State Di
tal Association. Nov .
To the PublicT
??2 I WOULD RESPECTFUL
i^-i^Q in form the citizens of Oohjin
ir-* 3BB'in(l the surrounding couatrv
?J> ,jBg3,,orally, that I have i< MI Bi ed
tl it''* ^Piihl Busiueas iguin, after a la]
or twenty yonrs, ongaged in the manufacti
ol' Iron, lam again hack at my first Duahx
that of WATCH, CLOCK .\xn J EWE LR'
where a tull Stock of all Gooda kept in a Fi
(Masa Establishment can be found. I shall
my heat endeavors to glvo aatisfaction to
I hope to receive a share of patronage. I ?I
keep First Class Workmen, mid all work
trusted to nie will bo warranted.
Nov C WILLIAM GLAZE
Removed to New Stol
In Columbia Hotel Block. One Door Nc
oj Main Entrance.
THE MAMMOTH
BOOT, SHOE AND HAT HOU!
i IS now receiving a verv
ES??YjBlarge Fall Stock, and is now^gl
ffinffuulopcn for inspection. The^L
OiW i lil >.-,t.). U will comprise every
article usually kopt in a first class bouso, s
aa Hats, from tho lowest grade to the ?i
eilk beaver, Boots and Shoes in every st
.nqat prices to suit all, Trunks, Valisos,
?Wes and fJenta* Leather. Carpot and Cl
Hand-bap, School Satchels. Umbrellas, A
Thankful for past favors. I will bo happ
receive iv continuance of public patronngo
ffko attention of Wholesale Buyers is i
sUed. Mit sign of the big BeoUad II
Qcta_'_A. SMYTH!
Oats-White and Black.
ASHALL lot of extra Black OATS, at f
per bushel, to closo consignment.
FISHER, LOWRANCE A FI8HE
??NEW STORE! NEW GOODS ! !
^T?7?^ IS ?toro, and to arrive, lOOv?-J>
OT*1 'sacke Liverpool SALT, 800 bar- ?L<> ?
<?BMi!&'rels FLOUlt, various brands;jSaBSaL
WiObushelH Com, 50 barrels Whiskey, 10 ease?
Champagne, Brandy, Hum, Gin and Wine;
English Ale and Porter. 50 boxes Chewing To?
bacco, 275 pound? Smoking Tobacco, 20.000
Segara, Sugar, Coffre, Toa, Rico, Potatooa,
Buckets, Broome, Soap, Sugar Cured Break?
fast Strips, Dry Salted Sides, Butter, Cheese,
Tickles, by tho Dozen and JarB; FreBb Cove
Oysters, "Wrapping Paper, and everything
generally found in a first class grocery; and
many other articles too nomcrons to mention.
I have, for the accommodation or my custom
era, a largo Wagon Yard and a House for them
to sleep in. Also, a large ?Nore Room for thc .
storaere of cotton and other produco.
IR. ALLEN,
Nov 9 At. Bryco'H Old Stand.
TO THE OWNERS
OF
HOMESTEADS,
SITUATED W THE
UPPER COUNTIES
or
SOUTH CAROLIN A,
INSURE your DWELLINGS in tho /ETNA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hart?
ford. Tho strongest Fire Insurance Company
lu America. Incorporated in 1819. Charter
perpetual. Cash capital and assets, $5,300.000.
Agency ?ret established in Columbia in 18:19.
The /Etna has earned a high reputation
throughout the State by its bonorablo and
fair adjustment, and prompt payment, of all
dui m H for loases. No caso of litigation with
any claimant hat ever occurred in the btato.
Tho undersigned has represented tho .Etna
in Columbia for tho last twenty vears. Rates
reasonable. GEORGE HUGGINS.
General Agent for the upper Counties of tho
Stato of South Carolina. Office in roar of
Messrs. Duftio Sc Chapman's, under tho Oo
lnmbia Hotel, Columbia. 8. O. Nov 9 Imo
C F. JACKSON,
Agent for ?. Butterlok Sc Co.'a celebrated
PATTERNS OF GARMENTS
For Ladies, Misses, Boys and
Little Children.
Cough Candy.
SOMETHING pleasant and convenient to
take at ?ill boura of thc day or night. No
ono should bo without it when the changea in
thc weather aro an frequent. Price 10 cents a
stick, or three for 25 cents. For salo nt
Nov 9 J_ E. POLLARD'S.
C OL U M BIA
Wholeimlc nml Keltatl
CLOTHING, HAT,
GENT'S FURNISHING BOISE
Main Street, next to Mr. R. C. Slater's
Dry (roods House.
R, & W. C. SWAFFIELD.
ajg. wis nave now wu nano a .L, jy.
lra^TT^T?'14''^ und varied iit-sortment?''WM\\U
AQSBof tko above Gooda, boUBhtliffiy
lbw for cash, and vs ill he arid for that commo?
dity, at a smell advance. Some of our Goods
are our own manufacture, and every garment
we have in atoru has been selected with great
care, and ?ill he warranted.
IN HATS, ?e have always boen thc leaders,
Dealing extensively in them, wo are enabled to
sell a ainglo ono or by the donen at WH
Dricen than smaller houses.
-j In the CUSTOM DEPARTMENT, we
^*have added to our already large corps of
_Jll?worl<nien a Cutter and a Tailor nf larg*
experience in their line, receutly from Paria,
and wt; aro thus enabled to make a style
of Goods nuperior to any Goods made in this j
State. Wo have choice and varied patterus of j
Euglah and French CASSI MERES, und keep
up to the mnrket in styles.
Shirts, Drawers, Socks, Handkerchiefs, new ?
.tylaTies, square Neck llHiidkerchii F-?, Trunks,
Valises, Shawls, Ac. Ort ?M
Executor's Notice.
ALL persons baring chiima aga ins' (he
cstato of tho Ute JAM KS L. CLAltK, will '
present thc santo, duty attested; ano sliper*
anns indebted to tho said ostato will make
payment to mv authorized agent, fl. P.tireen.
Rock Hill, Y?rk County, B. li.
ALLRN j. rt RR RN, Fxoenlor.
Ox tonn, Mi-s., October ll. ist;?.?. Oct 23 UK.:!
Richland-In the Court of Probate.
Er. Earle Algernon S. Clifton.- Petition for
Partition nf Heal Estate.
IT appearing that ELIZA STEPHENSON,
wifo of Jame? Stephenson, one of tho Pe
fondants in the above stated case, resides bo?
yond thc limits of tho State; on motion < f
Wallace and Oreen, Solicitors for Petitioner,
it ?H ordered that the said Defendant do plead,
answer or demur to the petition sa above
atatcd, within forty dava, or a deere?' }>r<> con
fetto will bo entered against her.
WM. HUTSON WIGG,
Nov 4 etdl . Judge of Probate.
Notice.
AS we have lost so much MONEY, lately,
sent us through tho mail, by persons or?
dering Duplicate Photographs from Negatives
in our hands, wo hereby notify all parti?*
sending us money, that we will not be respon?
sible for money sent u?. moteas it oom? a by
Poet Office Order, Registered Letter, or by
Express. WE AHN A HIX, Photographers,
Nov 6 Imo ? Columbia, 8. C.
Industrial Iron Works.
THE undersigned, having procured
good toole, han commenced a general
Machine business, at the corner of
Wavno and Gervais or Bridge streets, opposite:
tho* Grconvilio passenger depot , and is now
ready to receive ordora tor building and repair?
ing all kinds of Machinery, such as Steam En?
gines and Boilers, Circular Haw, Flour and
Grist Mills, Mill Gearing, Hbalting and Tul?
leys, Cotton Tress ScrowB and Irons, Iran
Bailings for Coinctorif s und Buildings, Bridge
and other Bolts and Nuts of any desired sizes,
and Wrought Iron Forgings. Promptnoea
guaranteed. J. A. J. DERRICK.
Oct 30 . Imo
THE PHONIX AND GLEANER
Book, Job and Nowspaper Power Press
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT,
West side Main ?trnet.abovo Taylor,
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
BEFORE ?ending JOB FEINTING to the
North to be executed, call at tho above
establishment aud examine the specimens ol
work, aa well as the stock of material. Wo aro
fully prepared to do all kinda of PRINTING,
from a Carie Visile to a massive Volume, a 30
feet Poster to a eix inch Circular.
Traveling showmen, hotel-Keepers, railroad
agents and all who have PRINTING to do,
will lind it lo their interest to call. An exa?
mination and comparison of prices nf thc- fol?
lowing grades of work, will convince every one:
Pani p?llete,
Circulara,
Pill HCMIB,
Programmes.
Bali Tickets.
Better Hoads,
Show Cards,
County Officer's Blanks, Lawyer's Blanks,
Invitations, Bills of Faro. Railroad Receipts,
I)r:iy Pickets, Hand-bills, Bank Checks.
?rici?,
Notes,
Dates.
Posters.
Tickets,
Labels,
Receipts
Drafts,
Checks,
Dodgers
Tags,
Licenses
Bills,
Heading
Reports,
llorac
Bills,
Q Papers
Tickets,
Mottoes
I O L"S,
Snipes,
Wedding, Visiting hud Ruaicss Cards. Ac.
of material-Ty Ile, Presase, Colored Ink, Card
Board, Carda, raper, Fancy Envelopes, etc,
Catalogues, of Bil styles and sizes, iu ono,
two. three Colors ?ni* Dreux*,
^^a^^j^^^^^gy^L I S H E T)
KST.-.B
MARCH,
THE VERY LATEST NEWS,
By Telegraph and Maila, from all parta of the
World, full Commercial and Market Reporta,
besides .: vast s mount of miscellaneous reading
matter, nf interest to all: spicy Communica?
tions, Editorials aud Loe.il Items, Poetry and
Miscellany, will be found in the DAILY and
TRI-WEEKLY PHONIX and
WEEKLY GLEANER. Every
issue of the Daily contains from
ton lo fourteen columns of read?
ing matter; tho Tri-weekly tr?.m
twenty to twenty-four, and thc
Weeklv thirtv-two long columns-milking il
thc LARGEST and CHEAPEST PAPER intlic
South. Specimen copies furidsbod.
Pc rho ii a rebiding on the Greenville, ('harlot tc
Mid Augusta Railroads, ciiii receive tho Pnnt
xix, containing Telegraphic Market??, ? ic, 21
hours ?head of the Charleston pain rs
.JUMAS A. KRLHY,
Oct 7 Editor und Propiictor.
Old Newspapers.
Fo J: Wrapping and Pattern Cutting, fm
sale at THtENIX OFF 1? I.. Any 'ti
???tics.
AT thc tlCXl re-sioil of the Leg lei il ure, Hp?
plication will bc made fer a rouewal of
tho Charter of Combative Ferry, ?il irs present
site. Sept ?tl tnftmo
H .'+;; , VI - Q
fTIHF. Proprietors take pleasure in annonnc*
JL ing this elegantly-furnished Establishment
uow open /or the accommodation of guests.
Thc table will always bo supplied with every
dein,ny nf thc BtS?C:: i.??u fi oin thc- Non'
York and Chai leeton markets, and no efforts
will be spared to giro perfect satisfaction, in
ovory respest, to our patrons. FREE LUNCH
in the refectory every day from ll until 12*.
|WM. GORMAN. I t*"A?.,;,
May 3J H. H. BADENHOP, (
New and Beautiful Goode,
AND USEFUL too. A large stock nov on
band of beautiful Toilot articles, of newest
style and quality, and at low prices. PER?
FUMERY, HAIR BRUSHES, English and
Frcncb. bard and soft; elegant English Hard
Tooth Brashes. Infant?' Tooth and Hair
Brushos, Turkish Bathing Towels and Gloves,
Toilet Snips in great variety and of the finest
quality, and very cheap.
Lubin'8 newest EXTRACTS tor the handker?
chief.
Rose and Violet Toilet Powder. ,
Fiuo Pomado for the Hair. Hair Restorers
of every kind. ' j
Dressing CombR, of French Buffalo Horn.
Fine Ivory Combs, Metallic Back-Combs,
Cosmetics for the Complexion. '
German Cologne, Sachets in variety.
Puffs and Powder Boxes.
Glove aud flandkorchief Boxes. For sale at
FISHER St HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
Oct 19 _ ? _4
Barks, Pepsin. Cod Liver Oil.
FERRO Phosphorated ELIXIR OF BARK.
Ferro Phosphorated Elixir of Bark with
Bismuth.
Ferro Phosphorated Elixir of Bark with
Strychnia.
Wiuo of Pepsin for Indigestion, Dyspepsia.
Powder of Pepsin for Weak Stomach.
Pnre Cod Liver Oil for Consumption.
Chlorate of Potash Logonzes.
Pectoral Fumigators tor Asthma.
Farinaceous Food for Infants.
Soluble Pyrophosphate of Iron and Soda.
Iodized Syrup of Horse Radish.
Pastilles Digestive. Liebig's Extract of Beef
Vichy Salts. CalPs Feet Jelly.
Kissingen Water. Congress Water.
For salo by FISHER * HEIN1TSH,
Oct 30 t Chemists and Druggists.
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,, fte.
-e BAGGING. ROPE, IBON_
fl <s? Jj TIE8, BACON, Clear BibbedtfBB
jSKl?CsideB and Shoulders. A choiceB?
article Canvassed HAMS. Family Lard,""*T"
in barrels, kegs, 3 lbs., 5 and 10 lb. packages.
Cnoice Family Flour, in bbls. and bags, with
a full assortment of other grades. Liverpool
Salt, in sacks. Mackerel-Nos. 1, 3 ?nd 8, in
bbls., halves, quarters abd kits. SUGAR and
COFFEE, of all grades. TEAS, of all grades.
Molasses-Muecovado. New Orleans and Sugar
House Syrup. Tobacco and Segars. Soap: Can?
dles, in boxes and half boxes; Cheese, Crack?
ers, Pickles, Can Fruit, Spiced Oysters, Sal?
mon, in cans and glass. Liquors-Choice Old
Cabinet, Monongahela. Rye and Corn Whis
kev, and a variety of other fine brands.
WOODEN WARE, Neets Iron and Brass
Bound Tubs, Pails, Churns, Buckets and Cans,
Nails, of all sizeH, Shot of all numbers, Cast?
ing, Pots, Ovens, Spiders, Skillets and Frying
Pans, of all sizes.
All the above named with many other arti
I cles luis been recently purchased and selected
i with care and will bc sold low for cash. Give
j us a call. WELLS ft CALDWELL,
Near the S. C. and G. and C. Railroad Depot,
( next door to National Hotel. Oot IC
Smoked and Pickled Meats.
IpERRIS' best PIG HAMS- urooked.
, Ferris' best Bacon Strips "
" .' Beef Tongues
" " .? " pickled.
" " Pig Pork ii,
i Extra No. 1 Salmon "
Fresh to baud, together with tho finest as
I sortaient of Choice FAMILY GROCERIES evei
I offered in this markot.
! Oct 2? GEORGE SYMMER8.
Plows.
BR IN LY'S universal PLOWS.
Reynold?' universal Plow?.
Murfet's Sub-soil. .
Ames'Turning, Snb-soil and Side-hill ,Eagl?
Tl o wa.
For sale low, for cash, by
Oct 22 FISHER. LOWRANCE Si FISHER.
URSULINE INSTITUTE,
co LUM n IA, no urn CAROLINA.
^-w rrxiiKR nu: PATHONAOK OF
ll f GUY It RV. BISHOP 1JVK( 1
i ^?iJJJMty. FOR Prospectus, please a rbi re s
^SgR?-'TiiE MOTHER SUPERIOR," Ur
^jjS^py t-nliiic- Convent, Valle Ci m is.
GRAND TOURNAMENT
\ AT THE
AGRICULTURAL FAIR
j COLUMBIA, S. a
fTlIIE Committee to which has been assigne
JL the task of arranging the programme an
indicating the outline of the Grand Tourm
ment, to be held at the approaching Agrien
tural Fair-and at which "the Knights <
South (.'.?.roihm will contend pour rhonneui
l'amour elles beaux yeux des domes- aunonncc
I the notice and rules as follows:
i The Tournament will come off on such day ?
may be most corn fi uni able to the general a
rangement of the Fair-probably the lo*>t da;
All who desiic to i irlo w ill forward the
names, the entrance ft o of ff> eaoh, and tl
chin act er ho proposes to represent^ to 1
O'Neals, Jr., Esq., Secretary, Colombia, S. .
The Course will he in length about 1.
j ards; this distance mnst bc ridden in nil
seconds; the weapon adi] he the sabre; tho fir
post, (the posts will be about C} feet
i height,) will ho 50 yards from the starlit
\ point: (lie next post and the ring will he st i
I tervais of about 25 yards. Ou each post *v
I be head and ahont I inch neck. The trials w
I be at let head "right cut against cavalry;"
I head "point ;" and Sd ut the ring, 3j Inc hf S
! diann l< r, "iii ree point."
' The name ot the Knight will he called -
' will answer instantly-thu I ugle will sion
I and the watch bc sprung; and if he Qtakei
i false start he loses his ride. Alt?-r tho m sv
I to the call and thc round of the bugle, no i
cideiit will entitle the Knight to a new ri;
! Tildie i ules are essential to secure time for t
j Tho first, second, third ?nd fourth priz v
I bo r.nnonnct tl at a laier day.
Tin bc four successful Knightd will crown t
' Queen and ch et the three Maids of Honor.
I At a general meeting of the Knights, to
I hohl in Columbia, tho Judges, Committe
I fte., will bo elected or appointed the day p
I vious to the Tournament: and this Commit
will take pleasure In giving any aili witl
tin ir power, besides having arranged I
grounds, prepared everything requisite i
i btained substantial prizes for tho victors.
A. C. HASKELL, Chairman
J I?. THOMAS,
lt. O. NEALE, Ju.,
lt. O. SHIVER.
W. C. SWAFF1ELD,
od 2*2 Committe?
White Corn.
n?\? \ BUSHELS prime old White COI
0\'y' ??r M?i..J>y_g. & (LD. HOPI
Cotton Bagging.
BiRN KO. GUNNY, DUNDEE and DOUE
ANCHOR.
io noo yards nf the above for sale at low
mark? t mus. E. Si G. D. HOPI

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