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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Tuwday Morning, March 10,1870.
In Borne excellent remarks recently
made by Count Daru, the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, in the French Corp?
Iiegislaiif, be said:
"The political stage is not one on
which startling effects can be continu?
ally produced with any advantage to the
It has occured to ns that oar editorial
fraternity might well bear this suggestion
in mind. Some editors seem to think
that they are nothing if not sensational.
Consequently, we have all kinds of crude
views and ill-digested theories constantly
brought forward. Every day almost
bringa forth some new political conceit
whieh after all is simply for effect-a
veritable coup de thecdre. This, now,
may be very amusing to some readers.
But so far as tending to genuine political
reform, or to the right informing of the
pnblio mind, or to the formation of a
sound, publio sentiment, this style of
thought and writing to which we are
alluding, is very wide of the mark. As
for ourselves we have no new or royal
mode of carrying political reforms, or of
winning political successes. Nor have
we "a fresh idea every day." Our im?
pression is, that political points are to
be carried in the same way that they
have always been carried in this country,
viz: By thorough organization, by un?
wearied activity, by Bteady persistency,
by earnest advocacy, by vigorous effort,
by well-arranged and sagacions pro?
No INOOMHTAX LAWS.-The Baltimore
Sun says: The fact that the income tax
is now being collected for 1869 has led to
a misapprehension among the public
generally on the subject. Instead of
sending petitions to Congress for its re?
peal, the form given to popnlar ex?
pression on the subject should be re?
spectful protests against the ro-en act men t
of the law, either at the present or a re?
duced rate, as it is a fact that the income
tax law stood repealed on the 31st ol
January, 1869, by limitation. After iU
assessment for 1869 is paid, no other in?
come tax can be collected or assessed
without the enactment of an entirely
new law. A bill passed the House undci
the previous gag rule some days ago,
providing for tho assessment and col
leotion of an income tax for one yeal
(1870), but it met with disastrous fief ea'
in the Senate. There is reason to hope
therefore, that Congress will not put sucl
a needless burden upon the people agaii
in face of the unanimous protest of th<
entire press of the country. The occa
sion that called for it has entirely posset
away. Therefore, let us have no mon
income tax laws.
The Missionary Record, edited by i
negro mau, and thus entitled to spcal
fur his peoplu, takes the grouud that tin
negroes of Mr. Whittemore's Distric
will not disgrace themselves by returning
him to Congress. Well may tho martyret
preacher say, "Cull you this backing you
A. PLUCKY WOMAN.-A St. Paul pape
says: "A loue woman passed through tin
city yesterday, with an ox-team convey
auce, on her way to a homestead, seven
tceu miles above Alexandria, Dougla
County, some 200 miles from this city
Sho hod previously gone up and pre
empted a farm under the homestead law
and built a house, aud went back to nea
Red Wing for her aged mother. Sin
found her mother sick, and, after wait
iug several weeks for her recovery, it be
ing necessary for her to return to look t<
her homestead, she started alone, witl
her houbohold goods on a slod, haulct
by an ox-team, a cow being tied along
side. The woman, who is a Swede, di<
not appear to be at all appalled by th
prospect of her mauy days' journey t<
nc lonely home."
Ku KLUX IN AIIAMANCE, N. C.-Alu
manee, the County Holden has declare*
under martial, it seems, has its Eu Kin:
organization. Tho Greensboro Patric
?aye: "A party of them a fow nights og<
went to a house in which there was ;
white man and negro woman livinj
together, und taking them out of bcd
dug a bole and buried them up to tin
waist, face to face, and loft them ther
in that condition.
Tho United States Goverumeut make
uso of foreign paper entirely in printin,
its legal tender notes thus utterly disr<?
garding the interests of homo manu fae
tures so far as its own patronage is con
corned, while it compels the individuo
citizen? of the country to pay tributo t
those manufacturers, by means of a prc
tcctivo tariff, which substantially pro
bibil- trade with foreign manufacturen
Thu Vow York Evening Post,' edito
by the venerable William Ccllon Bryanl
.->ays John A. Logan is "a soldier au
an honorable man." Tho Post wa
established sixty-niuo years ago, and ye
this is tho first joke that has ever ar.
pcarcd in its editorial columns.
RESUMED.-It will bo seen that on
bank in the United States has resume
specie payments-the Mechanics', of SI
Loni*, Missouri It hus a circulation c
$50,000, and uo doubt tho bill holdei
will bo content to retain them, as the
uro known to be convertible.
Corre?J>M>?M?? ?Be of th? Ph OB nix.
MRBEOIAW, Mrss,, March 9, 1870.
MB. EDITOR: The first town tho trav?
eler meets, after crossing from Alabama
into Mississippi by rail, from Selma, is
the thrifty little city of Meridian, no
memorable in many respects during the
war. Here the Mobile and Ohio Rail?
road orossos f'o Selma and Vicksburg
road, while the Meridian and Chatta?
nooga road rans North-east from Me?
ridian, and another South-western road
is projected to New Orleans. This is the
Atlanta of the South-west. The popu?
lation oannot be more than a couple of
thousand, and an hour's stroll takes one
all round and about the town; but the
bustle and business of thc town is truly
The chief business street runs parallel
to tho Vicksburg Railroad, and distant
from it just the width of a square, uni?
versally here called a block. This spaoe,
that some day is to.be a block or series
of blocks of buildings, is now ocoupied
by eight brick machines, each turning
out 5,000 bricks daily. Some beautiful
brick buildings.have already been erected
elsewhere in town, from bricks made
hero. The excavations of these brick?
yards will soon be the cellars of fine
ranges of buildings. This is internal
Rambling through those brick-yards
this morning, I was attracted to a small
duster of men on the street, in the midst
of whom was a man haranguing most
vociferously, extolling his patent soap.
Farther on was another crowd, where
another patentee was whirling tho bal?
ance-wheel of a huge washing machine
in which were submerged a dozen dirty
shirts, which he had bet he could wash
beautifully in five minutes; and he did
it too. Across the street, and a little
higher up town, was a third advocate of
patents pushing a wheeled plow in the
gutter, near tho side-walk, and proving
practically, that by his plow an amount
of garden work could be easily done in
ono day, that the same hand could not
do with a hoe or spado in a week.
Presently music was heard, and, turn?
ing the corner, I saw fonr men standing
on some dry goods boxes; threo of them
would play tnd sing cornie Bongs, such
as "Shoo Fly," Georgia Beans," "The
Little Gal in Blue," &o., and occasional?
ly, between the tunes, a sharp-witted
little fellow, who said he lived anywhere
Wost of Nashville and East of Memphis,
would amuse tho crowd by narrating tho
wonderful cures effected all over the
world by his "electric oil." Similar ex?
hibitions aro said to be of common oc?
currence, and are one of the many evi?
dences of the lifo of the place.
To-day the town is filled with ox-wag?
gons, drawn by one, two, three, or even
four yoko of oxen. Each driver has n
whip, with a staff about seven feet long,
aud a thong three feet longer, and as
they move about with constant popping
nnd mournful commands to tho patient
team, they create a dismal impression,
only relieved by the constant clanging ol
the triangle nnd the noise of the hammer.
Here, there and everywhere new
houses are going up, and in a mujoritj
of instances on leased lots. These lott
aro owned by an old settler, as mos!
vacant village lots are, who refuses tc
sell, but leases to any and everybody OE
the following torms: The lot is valued,
and eight per cent, on that amount is
annually paid by tho lessee as rent; he
erects his building, and pays this same
anuna! rent for ten years from dato ol
lease. At the end of ten years the land
is to be revalued as though it were then
as now-a vocant lot. Another eighl
per cent is levied, and tho samo con
tinucs ten years longer. This continued
releasing every decado is to be repeated
for ninety-niuo years, when tho lease
ends, unless proviously rendered null bj
a failure to settle upon the price of tin
rc-asseased lot at tho expiration of anj
decade. In this event, if neither thc
parties concerned, nor arbitrators cat
I adjust the assessment, the lot with all thc
improvements reverts to tho owner. Il
this does not become the source of life
long litigation in the future, it will bc
Tho country around Meridian is flat,
poor and uninviting; but like Atlante
and Opelika, tho town is growing moBl
rapidly, and daily heavy investments an
being made here. In all thoroughfare:
liko this, where the population is mud
of it floating, and none of it stable
enough to produce classes of society oi
oircles of association, tho morals of thc
community aro generuliy bad, and wick
cducss usually reigns supreme. But not
so ut Meridian. There are in tho place
five Protestant nod one Catholic Church
and I was told, that neariy ali the younf.
men were members of one or tho othei
of these churches. Schools, too, arc
numerous, and tho health of tho towu il
said to bo good.
This littlo towu supports, or ratho]
publishes, four papers-tho duilios Ga
zetlc, Mercury and Flag, and a small agri
eultural mouthly called tho Mississipp
Agriculturist. If the inhabitants aro no
ecii?ed on more subjects than one, it wil
not be for the want of printing houses.
Politically, tho feeling bora- is nbou
as it is in South Carolina. Though som*
men, whoso walk and conversation scemi
to bo tili?t'of gentlemen, are radicals
thoy uro universally despised by the trui
hearted Mississippian. Carpet-bagger
are abundant, and of course hold uuel
offices M enable them to floeoo the trea?
sury, tut is doce everywhere by the same
creature*. Mississippi has been re- i
admitted, and yesterday her black and
tan Legislature met in Jackson. Alcorn,
her Governor, is a nativo born? bot has
been on both sides, top and bottom, of
the political fence. Aa ho has always
deserted the party that supported him,
and na be was elected by toe radicals,
there is strong hope he may make a good
Democratio Governor. D.W. A.
Mn. EDITO it: I noticed your article
upon the condition of our streets. Your
commendation- may hold good in general,
but it does not in oue ease. I refer to
the condition of the street on East Boun?
dary street. I sometimes like to go to
our friend, Mr. Seegers', in order to get
a fresh glass of lager. But in order to
get there, I find that I run the risk of a
broken limb, or a cracked neck, or an
injured constitution. So, Mr. Editor,
touch up the "city fathers" for mo, in
the case I refer to. CITIZEN.
SENTKNCE or A FEMALE PERJURER -
Sarah Gore, a white woman, convicted in
Philadelphia of perjury, has been fined
$500 and sentenced to the penitentiary
for seven years. Judge Paxon, in pass?
ing sentence, thus addressed the pris?
"You deliberately and falsely charged
a respectable citizen with high crime
upon your person. And haviug mada it,
you brought bim iuto this court on trial,
and upon that trial you committed will?
ful, deliberate and corrupt perjury, in
order to convict bim. You did all you
could to consign an innocent man for a
long term of years to tho penitentiary,
and to blast bis reputation for all time.
Nor is that all. I have judicial know?
ledge of the fact that you havo made
similar charges against several other re?
spectable citizens, for the purpose of ex?
torting money, and that in some of these
oases you have been successful; but Mr.
Weiner would not submit to your de?
mands. He appeals tu a jury of his fel?
low-citizens, and they have vindicated
him; and ho bas also brought you to tho
bar of justice, for which he deserves tho
thanks of every good citizen.
"Your offence is one which can receive
no mercy here. While we give a burglar
the extreme penult}' of tho law, we can
do no less in a case like this. A man
hod better havo twenty burglars in his
house than one such woman as you. A
burglar may steal the property of the
citizen. You would rob him of his good
name to make bim infamous in the com?
munity, os well as sow the seeds of dis?
cord in bis domestic relations."
The Brignoli and McCulloch Opera
Troupe are entertaining tho citizens of
our neighboring eity Augusta. The
Chronicle and Sentinel speaks in the bigest
terms of their performanco. They will
visit our city very soon.
If you want a fine appetite nud good
digestion use Dr. Tuft's Golden Eagle
"Ohl what un excellent Tonic," is the
language of tho invalid who uses SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
Dyspeptics should uso Dr. Tutt's
Golden Euglo Bitters.
"Just the thing!" Such is the excla?
mation of tho Dyspeptics who use SOLO?
MONS' BITTERS. N21
Dr. Tutt's Golden Eagle Bitters is the
best tonic in the United States.
"I am strong and healthy, yet to pre?
serve my good condition," I use SOLO?
MON'S BITTERS. N21
A healthy and exhiliraling beverage is
Dr. Tutt's Golden Eagle Bitters.
The weak and emaciated mother says:
"My health and strength is restored t*v
the uso of" SOLOMONS' BITTEN1?. N21
Delicate females take tho Golden Eagle
To the Working cluan.-We are now pro
pared to furnish all classes with constant em?
ployment at homo, the whole of tho timo or
for the spare moments. Business now, light
and profitable. Persons of either sex easily
carn from 50c. to (5 per evening, and a pro?
portional sum by devoting their whole time to
tho business. Boys and girls earn nearly as
much as men. That all who soe this notice
may send their address, and test tho business,
wo mako this unparalleled offer: To such as
aro not well satisfied, wo will send $1 to pay
for the trouble of writing. Full particulars,
a valuable samplo, which will do to comraenco
work on, and a copy ot The People's Literary
Companion-ono of tho largest and boat fami?
ly newspapers published-all sent freo by mail.
Render, if you want permanent, profitable
work, address E. C. ALLEN A CO., Augusta,
Maiuo. March 10 Illaroo
Buy to the Best Advantage.
W. A, TA RR & co.,
Bridge street, noar Gatos,
>a SELL GOODS as Cheap, if not Cheap
l^l'jer than any house in Columbia. Givo
ifiythom a trial. March 10
THE timo for rocoiving Proposals for finish?
ing tho Now Stato House, at Columbia. S.
C., has been extondod to tho 15TU of MA KC H.
Specifications mav bo seen bv calling upon
(?encrai J. u. Dennis, at tho Adjutant and In?
spector-General's Ofiico, Columbia, 8. C.
J. IC. JILSON, Chairman Committee.
ttW Charleston Republican, Courier and
Ketts will ploase copy. March 1 14
fTHiE undersigned gives notico that ho will
X apply to tho Hon. W. H. Wigg, Judgo. of
Probato for Richland Countv. at his ofiico in
Columbia, S. C., on FRIDAY, the 8th of April,
1870, at ID o'clock A. M., for a final dischargo
as Executor of tho ostato of Mr?. Frances
Edgar; and also as Guardian of L. F.Baldwin
and of Mamio M. Colzoy.
March Biaj*_ ROBERT BRYCE.
Bonds and Stocks.
O OL D AND SILVER .
T TNCURRENT BANK BILLS,
VJ Coupons, Mutilated Currency, Ac, Au.,
Ac, bongbt and sold by D. GAMBRILL,
Feb IS Hmo Offtae Columbia Hotel Building.
Acts ?na Joint Hesolutio?* P??aed br tb?
Irtglriatar* ot South Carolina.
AH ACT TO ALTEE AND AMBND AN ACT EHTI
"" TLKD "AN ACT TO FBCTVTDE FOB THE
ASSESSMENT AMP TAXATION OF FBO
SacmoN 1. Be ft enacted by thc Senate
arid House of Representatives of the
State of Sonth Carolina, now met and
sitting in General Assembly, and by the
authority of the same, That the Act to
provide for the assessment and taxation
of property, passed September 15, 18(58,
be, and it is hereby, amended as follows:
Strike out from Section 63 the words
"first Monday of December, " and insert
the words "last Monday in October;"
strike out from Seotion 66 of said Aot,
the words "third Monday of December,"
and insert the words "third Monday of
November;" strike out from Section 67
tho words "fonrth Monday of Decem?
ber," and insert tho words "first Mon?
day of December;" strike out from Sec?
tion 68 the words "second Monday of
December," and insert the words "first
Monday of November;" strike out from
Section 69 the words "first Monday of
December," and insert the words "first
Monday of November;" strike out from
Section 72 the words "first day of Janu?
ary," and insert the words "twentieth
doy of December;" strike out from Sec?
tion 92 tbo words "first Tuesday of
May," and insert the words "third Tues?
day of May."
SEC. 2. That Section 139 of the afore?
said Act be amended by inserting uftci
the word "Auditor," where it first occurs
on thc fifth line of the Section, in the
printed Act, the words "approved by the
"SEC. 3. Bett further enacted, That ii:
all cases where the penalty for non-pay
ment of taxes has attached to property
held by Assignees in Bankruptcy, ant
which could not, or cannot, be sold be
foro the time at which taxes become due
and in ull cases where sales of properh
for the settlement of estates ordered bj
any Court in thia State have not been
and cannot, for want of time, be mnd<
in Kennon for the pay meut of taxes dui
thereon, the State Audtor, upon prope
evidence, that the taxes due upon sue)
property have not been, and canuot b
paid, until a sale of said property i
made, may remit tho penalty which b;
law attaches for non-payment of taxc3.
SEO. 4. The Treasurer of Charlestoi
Couuty is hereby authorized to appoin
three Deputies, whose duty it shall be t
assist in the collection of taxes in sui
County. Said Deputies shall each re
ceive as compensation for their service
the snme commissions as are paid for th
collection of taxes to the County Trei
surer: Provided, That the totnl amourj
paid to each Deputy, in any curreu
year, shall not exceed tho sum of liv
hundred dollars: And provided further
That the duties of said Deputies shall b
confined to the collection of tho simp]
taxes, and shall not include the collei
tion gf taxes with penalties attach?e
Said Deputies shall give such bond fe
the faithful performance of their duty i
said County Treasurer Khali require.
SEO. 5. The collection of taxes sha
not be stayed or prevented by any ii
junction, writ or order issued by an
court or officer, except as provided ft
in this Act, and in the Act to provide fe
the assessment and taxation of properl
SEC. 6. Whenever any person, or pe
sons, charged with taxes upon the bool
of any Tax Collector in this State, she
state, in writing, to said Collector th;
he, or they, have been erroneously <
illegally charged with tho same, sa:
Collector shall submit to tho Conni
Auditor a full statement of tho facts i
the case, which statement shall be fo
warded to the State Auditor, wil
such additional information, relatii
thereto, as the said County Auditor mr
bo ablo to give; and that said Tax Cc
lector shall not be required to procet
against the party or parties so claimir.
to have been erroneously or illegal
charged with taxes, by distress or othe
wise, until the State Auditor shall, :
writiug, direct him ?o to do.
SEC. 7. In any action or proceedii
against any Tax Collector in this Stat
for tho purpose of reoovering any pr
porty or money alleged to have" bet
erroneously or illsgally assessed and cc
lected, the party bringing such action i
proceeding shall make it appear that
notice in writing of the claim on whit
such suit may bo brought was given
said Tax Collector in pursuance of tl
sixth (Otb) Section of this Act; and unie
it shall be made to appear that said Cc
lector has proceeded, contrary to tl
provisions of this Act, tho amount rec
vered in such suit shall not exceed tl
value of the property or money aforcsai
SEC. 8. It shall bo the duty of tl
Attorney-General of the State to defoi
any suit or proceeding against any ti
collector, or other officer, who shall 1
sued for moneys collected, or proper
levied on, or sold on account of any ta
when the State Auditor shall have orde
od such collector to proceed in tl
collection of any such tax, aftor noti
as aforesaid, or suit brought; aud ai
judgment against such collector or otb
officer, finally recovered, shall be paid
tho manner provided in Section 81
the Act to pr?vido for the assessmc
j and taxation of property aforesaid.
SEC. 9. All Acts or parts of Acts i
consistent with tho provisions of tl
Act aro hereby repealed.
Approved February 28, 1870.
STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA,
OEFIOB SECRETARY OF STATE,
COLUMRIA, March 4, 1870.
J, F. L. Cardozo, Secretary of Sta1
hereby certify that tho foregoing is a ct
rect and true transcript from the ori|
nal Act on file in this office.
Given under my hand, and t
|SEAL.] Seal of the State, the doy a
dato above written,
i F. Jj. CARDOZO,
Secretary of State.
A son of Gonoral Albert Sidney Joli
eton has been entered as a student
Washington College. Virginia.
XLpoal lt? m m .
WEDDING GAUDS AND ENVELOPES.-A
lot of wedding cards and envelopes, of
latest stylos, 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 PHCENIX
We hove been requested to state that
the press meeting will take place on
to-morrow, ot the Nickerson House.
Mr. Wright will entertain the members
of the said conference at reduced rates.
Those who reach tho city by to-morrow's
trains, will bo in time, ns the meeting
does net toke place until 8 P. M.
REDUCTION IN PRICE-CLUBBING.-The
WEEKLY GLEANER contains more reading
matter thou any other family paper pub?
lished in the South-thirty-two long
columns, printed in clear type. It is
filled with original as well as selected
matter-editorials, correspondence, gene?
ral nows, ruurkets. telegrams, interest?
ing stories, sketches, poetry, etc. Desir?
ous of introducing tho paper-which is
in every sense a "ftome companion!'-iutc
every family in the State, we have dc
termined to reduce the yearly subscrip
tion price, as follows-p' yable, in al
cases, in advance: Single copy $2.75
ten copies, (to one post office,) $25.00
twenty copies $-15.00; fifty copies $100
The GLEANER and the "Rural Caroli
i niau"-tho popular agricultural monthl;
-one year, four dollars.
DEATH OF HON. W. F. DESAUSSURE.
Friends in every portion of the Stat
will bo pained to learn of this gentle
man's death. After an illness of som
duration, Mr. DeSaussure expired in thi
city, on Sunday, the 13th inst., in th
seventy-ninth year of his age.
Mr. DeSaussure was one of the oldet
and most esteemed and respected citizen
of Columbia. He was more. He wo
ono of tho most eminent of tho citizen
of South Carolina-distinguished alik
by his learning, his abilities, his chara*
ter and his public serviceR.
Mr. DeSaussure was an eminent lat
yer, served South Carolina both in tl
Legislature of his State and in the Unite
States Congress; held various offices <
trust, and in every position occupied I
him performed his part with grace an
fidelity. He was at once the inherit)
and the illustrator of a name honored i
South Carolina, and a name associate
with what is sound in judgment, refine
in taste, puro in morals and patriotic i
conduct. These were the qualities tb
the deceased Carolinian so well illu
In summing up Mr. DeSausure's chara
ter, it may be said that in his composite
admirable and elevated qualities of bet
and heart were harmoniously blende
His life was active, useful and pure, ai
he bore, "without abuse, the grand o
name of gentleman." Amid the regre
and the respect of friends and fellow-ci
zens, he was yesterday laid in his grave
the Presbyterian church-yard,of this cit
As his life was quiet, temperate ai
steady, so his end was peaceful, and t
lamp of life went out as if swept by
CRUMBS.-The proprietor of tho Pu?
NIX is off on a business tour to Nc
York-his place boing supplied, durii
bis absence, by a "local, ad interim."
Gen. J. Bankhead Magruder is lech
ing on "Maximilian and Carlotta,"
Tho Southern Agriculturist, publish
simultaneously at Savannah and A
gusta, Georgia, is tho cheapest paper,
its class, ia tho South. It is issu
monthly at tho low price of twenty-fi
cents por annum, by Macmurphy & C
Work on Blanding and several otli
streets is being pushed vigorously f<
ward by tho city authorities-this w
enable tho contractors of tho anticip?t
stroet Railway to get a well-graded ror
bcd more easily.
Book and job printing of any lau
cxecutod in the very best styles of t
art, can bc promptly furnished at t
PirxENix office. A lot of new-style can
otc, just received. Prices very mot
March, after being ushered in after t
old stylo, is now as quiet as a lamb.
The word "carpet-bagger" Jins
ccntly been somewhat modified. It
now called "cadetship-bagger."
Tho hop at tho Nickerson House, 1?
night passed off pleasantly, amid t
strains of enlivening music and soc
Tho Union League paraded our strc
last nigbt, with fife and drum, to 1
i number of some sevonty-five or 100 mc
hers; after which they held a moetii
mado speeches, passed resolutions, e
Special attention is called to tho i
verti8cment of Mrs. D. A. Smith,
another column. Wo havo no doubt t
is a fino opportunity for young uiiosei
bo thoroughly udvanced in tho vari?
i. branches of science.
SHOOTING AFFRAY.- Early on Sunday
last, in a grog-shop on Washington
street, two freedmen-Bob Berry and
W. Mason-gotintoan altercation, when
the former drew a four-barreled pistol
and shot the latter, the ball piercing the
heart and killing him iustantly. Berry
attempted to escape and ran several
squares, but was overhauled by the po?
lice and committed to jail. Subsequent?
ly, at the Coroner's inquest, the jury
renderod a verdict in accordance with
the above facts. ?
HOTEL AIMUVALS, March 14.-- Columbio Hotel- fl
W H Evans, J II Stenhouse, Jr, J 8 Oreen, E H
Perry, Charleston; J Chceaborough, H Luce, J?
N C; E DoBerry, J 8 Oreen, M C Butler, WF|
Naneo, B Manning, J C Manning, C Barnum, ^
s C; S Watson. J Maxey Richland; D Dessau, A
L Myers, N Y; J C Browno, W L Disher, M
Charleston; J F Walker, Miss Oosuoll, WD w
Miller, Baltimore; S L?rick, Camden; EL*
Frederick, Lexington; J C Smith, J Westfield j
and servant. Alex McBee, II P Hammott, I
Greenville; T H Clarke, J McCall, Camden; J \
Miller, Duo Weat; W J McOill, Atlanta; J L
Black, Ridgeway; W C Murphy, V E McRoe,
Greenville; A A James, Union; L J Jonee,New?
berry; M Baum, Camden; A Craig, NC; WD
Kennedy, Charleston; J Patterson, Barnwell.
?iekerson Bouse-R Dedrick, Chicago; W P
Goodwin, W W Goodwin and wife, Richland; 8
W Porter, city; B W Foster, Spartanburg; JW ;
Gorman. Baltimore; H H Jones, Ashville; SJ
Hatch, Yonborough; H J Tiffany, Maryland; J
D Mason, Manning.
Li.sr OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
T. F. Frazee-Sheriff's Salo?.
Columbia Lodge-Regular Communication
Meeting Independent Fire Company.
Mrs. D. A. Smith-School Notice.
F. Kenstlcr-Music. _4
Dr. Tutt's Golden Eagle Bitters. \ ?
A FEMALE REOULATOB.-Woman and h?v 1
needs. For complaints and irregularities to\ '
which her sex ia exclusively Rabie, HKIMTSH'S \
QUEEN'S DELIOUT is recommended on the au- V
t lim it y of wives, mothers and nurses, who have
tested its tonic and regulating properties, and
' know whereof thoy speak;" and also with the
sanction of able physicians, who have admi?
nistered tho QUEEN'S DELIOUT to their female A
patients, in obstinate cases, with the happieet^fl
results. Almost all female complaints arefl
complicated with mental gloom and despon^H
doney, tho gentle and lasting exhilarating ^
effects of thc QuEzn'a DF.L'OUT ia admirably
adapted to such cases. As a romody for hys?
teria and montai depression, it has no equal
in tho world. Nursing mothers And it an ad?
mirable invigorant. It is highly satisfactory A
that this preparation should prove so omi- AU
ncntly beneficial to tho sex. ioung and old^j
will lind roliet always. For sale by FISHES A
Il LIN: rsa. Fob 19
ROSKOO.-Tho Norfolk Daily Journal, ot
December ll, 18U9, says:
"Thia medicino is rapidly gaining confi?
dence of tho people, and the numerous testi?
monials of its virtues, given by practitioners of
medicine, leaves no doubt that it is a eafo and
reliable remedy for IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD,
LIVER niSEASE, Ac."
The last Medical Journal contains an arti
clo from Prof. R. 8. Newton, M. D., Pr?sidant
of tho E Medi-Collcge, city of Now York, tnat
speaks in high terms of ita curative proper?
ties, and gives a special recommendation of
Koskoo to tho practitioners of medicine.
This is, we holieve, the first instance where
such medicines havo been officially endorsed
by the Faculty of any of the Medical Colleges,
and reflects groat credit upon the skill of Dr.
Lawrenco, ita compounder, and also puts
"Koskoo" in tho VAN of all other medicines
of thc present day. F2C
Columbia Lodge No. 108, ?.F. M.
Of A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
^fZAwill bo held THIS (Tuesdav) EVEN
fT//^*ING,at Masonic Hall, at 7 o'clock. Ry
*^ order of tho W. M. H. C. MARK,
March 15 1 * Secretary.
Independent Fire Engine Company. ^
THE regular monthly meeting of
"gf^lk thia Companv will be held at Inde
?H?SBbv pend ont Fire Engine Hall, THIS
.aEKZZEVENING, at 7 o'clock.
Ry order. G. T. BERG, Secretary.
?mm- A LIMITED number of young
/f??m\ girls will bo received as PUPILS,
? liwrv'%v an car'y application to tho un
^ajJjfcSd?rsignod," at tho Central Hotol.
JVmmW'Fho best references given if de
?SaF sired. Terms moderato.
March 15_MR8. D. A. SMITH.
MTHE undersigned having de?
termined to devoto his entire at?
tention to teaching MUSIC, bega
leave to inform tho citizens of
tat he is now prepared to give
lessons upon any instrument desired. Will
attend pupils, for tho present, at their resi?
dences. Ho will also furnish Music for all Pic -
Nies and Parties whon desired. Tho best of
recommendations, as to ability, /tc., will bo
given. Orders left at the PHO.VIX office will
meet with prompt at tent ion.
March 15_F. KEN8TLER.
OFFICE CYPRESS MANUFACTURING CO.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., March ll, 1870.
XX7"E, tho undersigned, President, and a
W majority of Directors, her?by give no?
tice, that tho' Cyproan Manufacturing Com?
pany lias boon organized under tho Act to
regulad tho formation of corporations, ap?
proved December 10,18G9, and will carry on
tho manufacturing of Shingles, Staves and
other burliness connected therewith.
Tho capital stock of said Company is forty
five thousand dollars, ($45,000;) thirty thou?
sand dollars has boon paid in, and tho par
value of each sharo is ono hundred dollars,
($100.) THOS. E. GREGG, President.
J. H. KIN ARD. 1
E. P. ALEXANDER, - Directora.
F. W. WING, )
Sworn to before mo, thiB tho eleventh dav of
March. 1870. J. C. B. SMITH,
March 12 3 _ _Notary Public.
For Purp Water, mn ^ffg?at^ ruip n
liliacolebratcl l'ou??. ^Wj.jCT^h " BlATrHLiY'
eutirelj tasteless, &&****?fa. / ~ /Mlun?
durable net relia- fe?jf ^K^jr ,^P2 4 & blt
go Jolil fashioned ^jfi^W/^i&S^ ^ DH I IA"
rooden Pump, and jStbv ^MrV
c -t less than half tho >^o^?^*L>^23W.
money. Easily nrraugod ^^?B^^^??ioK5bk
io an lo bo non-freozing, ^^V>XL ^^^LN??VW
.eil MI ' Detraction BO simulo ^^K^Bhk^/iKBi?S
that any one can put it up and ^^^o^vlnSP^
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST POMP NOW MADE.
Oct li? tuGmo
AFINE lot of Pink-Eye POTATOES, which
I will sell low l'ur cash.
A fresh supplv of CRACKERS, of all kinds,
at KRAFT'S BAKERY,
March 11 C Main street.
Fino Gold Watch Chains
OF all tho latest styles, for Ladies and Gen
tlemen for salo by WILLIAM GLAZE