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C?LITMBLA, S. C.
Taos da y Morning, June 21, 1870.
Thc Advantages of Opposition--Th? |
'""^Policy of Aggression ?nd Attach.
Ia reference to the form of political
activity in this State, aa our readers are
aware, the form preferred was not our
first choice. It is trae that we advocated
just auch doctrines as are enunciated in
the platform adopted; but as to the
method of patting them into action,
another instrumentality was preferred by
ns. But the gist of the matter with us
has been scoured by the action of the
Convention. The issue of negro suf?
frage bas been eliminated from the can?
vass, as was proper, and the Convention
adopted the policy of. action, and of
aggressive action. Wo bare what we
want. We have the polioy that wo be?
lieve in. We see no wisdom in inactivity
in these moving times. He who stands]
still will either be brushed aside or run
over. That PARTY that does not work
-and move on will oithor be brushed
asido or overwhelmed. We mnst be up
and doing, and mould to our firm pur?
pose the elements around us. No
laissez-faire system will serve our pur?
pose. We esteem it, therefore, fortunate
for the State that the present administra?
tion of our State affairs is to bo chal?
lenged before the popular tribunal.
Misrule, corruption, fraud and solf
aggrandizement are to be called in ques?
tion in tho person of the guilty, and lot
thom be called in question. And lot ns
hopn that tho people of the State will be
equal to the emergency-that their
spirits will make them rise to the lovel
of their duties. Let us be understood.
Now, as ever, we would press the lines of
industry and immigration. But political |
reform is linked with industrial develop?
ment, and we cannot put them asunder.
Let, therefore, the work of reform go
on. When the programme has boon
arranged, and the workers are ready, let
them go forth and do their work tho?
roughly. Already has the opposition
movement done good. Already has a
boastful and arrogant faction been put
upon ita good behaviour. Wo shall not
discourage this disposition. But still
must we be allowed to express tho com?
mon distrust for enforced repentance. Wo
are reminded of tho saying:
The dovil was sick,
Tho devil a saint waa he;
Tho devil was well,
The devil a saint waa ho.
Lot the opposition, therefore, press
on, and using the weapons of truth and
fair-dealing, it must achieve a large, if
not a full measure, of success.
What Parson Cain Suya.
THE DEMOCRATIC NOMTNATIOX FOR GO?
VERNOR.-Thursday, the lGth of June,
1870, dates tho period when the Demo?
cracy have completed their plan by
which they think they will regain pos?
session of the reins of State Govern?
ment. They have nominated two Demo?
crats of approved reputation, lt. B.
Carpenter, now judging tho pooplo of
this State, was a Democrat in Kentucky;
and, when the war opened, drifted in tho
tide of war Democrats, who were op?
posed to the disruption of the Union.
J ucl go Carpenter has never changed his
sentiments, or principles. He has always
been opposed to the enfranchisement of
the colored people; ho simply submitted
to the affairs as they were, because ho
regarded it of vital importance to his
own safety and personal sucooss. He
became a llopublican because Republi
cans were iu power, and had ut their
disposal offices; but he has, in private,
always spoke his sentiments, which were
in opposition to tho principles which has
made that party hated by the Democracy.
Judge Carpenter comes forth now aud
allies himself with the Democracy, be?
cause he thinks that ho may, with snfety,
do so. He now dons his true character
as a Democrat, and has given his pledges,
in private, to those who nominated him,
that he would oppose tho placing of so
many niggers in office; that he will do all
he can to make null and void the fifteenth
amendment. These principles he will, if
elected Governor of this State, ninko
potent and effective in this State. Now
that he is tho nominee-now that ho turns
his back upon those who placed him in
power-now that he places himself in
antagonism to Bepublicanism in this
State, let the people movo upon him as
their greatest foe, and rout him, horse,
foot, aud dragoon. We say to every
colored man that, if they lind nominated
Gen. M. C. Butler for Governor, we
should havo had a botter aud truer man,
wo should havo had un honest, high
toned gentleman; but in the person of
the nomiueo for Governor wo have a
traitor to our cause, and ono whom wo
never trust, under any circumslanees,
one who would sell us out at any time,
and rob UB of our liberties, aud that of
our children. Comrades, prepare for
"BLOODY WORK ON THE BORDER."
We havo accounts of no less than eight
homicides or attempts at homicide, with?
in twenty-four hours, in Kansas City,
Mo. This is "bleeding Kansas" over
again, hut this time it happens to bo on
tho othor side of tho State line-that is,
in Missouri. If this bloody work had
occurred iu North Carolina, it would
havo been laid to tho account of the Ku
Kluses, and the whole militia of the
State ordered oat to crush out "incipient
rebellion."-Nexo York Herald.
Corrcopoudonco o* the Pheonix.
WASETINQTON, D. C., Jane 18, 18T0.
Probably tho debato in the Houso on
no question daring the session has
elicited so much interest by outsiders os
did tho' one yesterday, in the House,
on the adoption of the report of the
Committee on Foreign Affairs. It has,
of course, been well understood for nome
time past, that Spain was favored by the
silent influenoe of the administration;
bnt it was not for a moment supposed
that the President could bo induced to
issuo a message instructing Congress as
to their duties respecting their judgment
on Cuban affairs. Hon. Caleb dishing
is accredited with the writing of tho
message and the ono to whom it is
thought General Banks referred in his
speech yesterday. While there aro many
Republicans favorable to the roport of
tho committee who will, for policy sake,
sustain the views of the administration,
without them thero are more than
enough, with the aid of the Democrats,
to defeat this foroigu polioy of Secretary
It was supposed by the Government
that if Bed Cloud and the Sioux chiefs
could be induced to come to Washington,
and have a talk with their "Great
Father," that the dangers of an Indian
war would cease. Tho frontier settlers
having threatened to mete the swiftest
vengeance upon them whenever oppor?
tunity favored, I learn that no little
trouble was experienced by the Govern?
ment in oonvinoing the Indians that they
would be safe ia coming to Washington.
While their presence in Washington
allowed the President and his associates
tho advantage of a friendly face to face
talk with the red men, it also allowed
the influence of the conflicting interests
of the Indian ponce commission on tho
ono side, and the military, gold-greedy
and land grabbing (and contractors) set
of adventurous fellows on the other. No
sooner than the Indian delegations ar?
rived in Washington, did these selfish,
unprincipled curses, calling them by no
worse name, begin to foment discord be?
tween our Government officials and the
Indians; first, by discouraging the Go?
vernment in the idea of conquering
peace with tho Indians, by complying
with thoir requests; seoond, by influenc?
ing the Iudinus to make unreasonable
demands upon the Government, and
such that was not within tho powers of
the President possibly to grunt. Thus
tho incongruous double-working machine
was applied to produce one and tho same
result. Yet with all this oombined influ?
ence, the bitter experience of Red Cloud
iu his loug years of wars with the whites,
has, it seems, a softening influence upon
him, and it is thought he will not bc
busty iu commencing hostilities against
the whites; but will wait for awhile the
carryiug ont of the promises to them
from our Government. Meanwhile, the
Government knowing the .shallowness of
Red Cloud's promiso, not to disturb tho
whites so loug as they are kept oil his
huuting grounds, has already sot to work
to carry out the programmo on whioh
rests all our hopes for a permanent
peace. The peace commissioners, as fur
as I can learu, are dissatisfied with the
promised result of this great Iudiau
council, aud feel that whatever may be
dono, will ouly result in patch-work.
Let us hope that the Government, since
it has full kuowlege of tho costs in the
sacrificing of life and money of Indian
wars in tho past, will right-about face in
tho good work of staying forever tho r??
currence of another Indian war. Tho
history of tho Seminole war, many years
ago, aud tho Sioux war, in 1855, io
which our public treasury was drained
to tho tune of over ?100,000,000, and
thousands of lives, is a solemn admoni?
tion of warning. Let us heed. Better
allow the Indians the use of their hunt?
ing grounds for n few yoars undisturbed,
thau to bo eternally giviDg to railroad
monopolies millions of acres, even ap?
proximate values of which are not known
by its givers, only by its receivors.
It is feared that much of tho four
weeks remaining in this session of Con?
gress is likely to bo taken up in deter?
mining in the House, the eligibility of
tho cadet-broker Whittcmore, to reuew
his Congressional honors us a member of
that body. Tho question arises, could
we not dispones with Mr. Whittemoro, at
least, for the remainder of tho session?
It is hoped that his case will bo simply
referred, aud no aotion taken this ses?
THE NEW ATTOUNEY-GENERAI?-THE
SOUTH IN THE CABINET.-The only imme?
diately obvious fact in tho appointment
of Mr. Ackerman, of Georgia, to tho place
made vaount by tho resignation of Mr.
Hoar is, that it admits tho South to rep?
resentation in tho administration. This
is a substantial stop of progress in the
good work of reconstruction-a work of
which tho public has for a while lost
sight, but whioh all the time happily
goes ou.-New York Herald.
President, iu nominating A. T. Acker?
man, of Georgia, for Attorney-General
in place of Hoar, resigned, hus been
consistent. From tho beginning his
policy has beeu to ignoro great talents
lind public service in all tho high posi?
tions of the Government, nuil the uomi
untion of Mr. Ackerman forms no ex?
ception to the rule. Ho rauks third
rate among the lawyers of Georgia, but
will find fit associates in tho Cabinet to
which ho has beeu chosen. His tho?
rough, unqualified, dyed-in-the-wool
radicalism leaves no doubt of his con?
firmation by tho Senate, aud thero is
quito as little doubt of his readiness to
givo the President as stringent opinions
on all laws bearing upon the South as
may bo dcairod.- Savannah Republican.
Fifty dollars "conscience money" was
received at the Treasury, Washington, a
fow days ago, from Charleston; South
Carolina, tho amount being doe c ? cus?
Proceedings of the Board of Hoalth.
CooGuSspiA, S. G., Juno 20. 1870. j
Pms ont-P. Thomas, Chairman;
Me*ers.\4Jl*orden, Scott, Sntphen, W?
liam!, Clark,-Deunison, Huggins, Levin,
The m i ?a tex* of the last meeting were
read and confirmed.
On motion of Dr. Trezevant, it was
Resolved, That an inspection of the
premises of oitizens commence on Mon?
day, June 27, 1870, and bo conducted in
each ward by the members of the Board
of Health resident therein.
Resolved, further. That the Secretary
be directed to publish the notification of
inspection, together with request that
citizens in each Ward notify the Chair?
man of Board of Hoalth of their respec?
tive Wards of the existence of any nui?
Mr. Soott made a verbal report rela?
tive to dofective drainage and nuisance
on Henderson street, rear of Nickerson's
Hotel. Referred to Ward Committee for
On motion of Dr. Trezevant, it was
Resolved, That the City Counoil be re?
quested to authorize the Board of Health
(by ordinance or otherwise) to inflict pe?
nalty on membors who fail to perform
the duty assigned them.
On motion of Mr. Levin, the Bonrd
adjourned. WM. J. ETTER,
The Union Reform Party of South
Carolina, embraciug "citizens of all
parties and colors," have entered upon
their work with vigor and resolution.
Their platform is comprehensive in its
scope, decided in its tono and brief in
statement. The selection, yesterday, of
Judge R. B. Carpenter, a Republican
and ex-offioor of tho Union anny, as
their candidate for Governor, and of
Gen. M. C. Butharra prominent ex-Con?
federate, for Lientonant-Governor, is
sufficiently significant of their desire to
lose sight of all party differences in so
curing an economical and capable Go?
vernment for the State.
[New York Times.
Despatches have been received at the
Stato Department, from tho United
States Minister to Eugluud, in relation
to persecutions of converts to Christiani?
ty in Japan. Moral power, it is said,
can ouly bo oxertcd, as for."T cannot be
used, there having been no treaty obli?
Mr. Joshua W. Ballon, an aged citizen
of Sullivan, Ohio, while standing nt the
bed-side of his sick wife, a few days ago,
fell suddenly to the floor and died. His
wifo, hearing bim fall, raised herself up,
though very weak, and seeing him lying
dead, sank back and within an hour
A party of pronunciados captured a
wagon load of mescal tho other day,
uear Matamoros, got drunk and pro?
nounced for Juarez, but a party of sober
pronunciados came along and hung fivo
The Concert by Mr. Kemmerer's Pupils
will be given THIS EVENING, June
21, <n Nicker8on House Hallrinstead of
Thursday, as announced. June 21 1
For Rent. |
A COTTAGE HOUSE. 2} miles from
fjna tho city, on a good road. Kent will bc
J?ULnominal for balance of the year-plea?
santly located; good water, Ac., with use of
wood for same, only. Apply at OXCK. to office
Nickermm Jlouse. June 21 3
Independent Fire Engine Company.
TOE regular monthly meeting of
~tj?S<yX this Company will he held at Indc
dK^g-x. pendent Fire Engine Hall, THIS
_3ESK_ EVENING, at8 o'clock. Ev order.
Juno 21 1_G. T. BERG, Secretary.
Columbia Lodge, No. 108, A. F. M.
?M A Regular Communication will be
^fZAheld in Masonic Hull, THIS EVEN
JC'V/^'lNG. at 8 o'clock. Bv order of thc
*ty W. M. H. C. MARK,
.Juno 21 1_Secretary.
-I f\ BARRELS Now Charleston POTATOES,
lAJ for oalo at CANTWELL'S,
June 21 1 Main street.
" ?A PROF. ANTRIM and his lit -
JL*xJ tie son, Master EDDIE, will
givo a froo Equestrian Pcr
^/t?C&^itryrOTm&DCC>on t'ic Market Square,
W"**^*' VIUIS MORNING, at ll o'clock.
Prime Northern Hay.
1QA BALES primo TIMOTHY and GLO
JL?V/VEB, just in store, and oflferod for
cash only. Apply at my Auction Room, coruor
Plaiu and Assembly streets.
Auction and Commission Merchant.
June 19 2_
A fresh lot of
For salo by
Columbia Hotel Building,
Columbia, S. C.
THE CE Y
Bargains Z Bargains ! !
The placo to get thom is at
?. F. JACKSON'S
DRY GOODS HOUSE,
MA I AT ?S Tit EET,
fl A LL and seo tho Bargain Tablo, and tako
J a choleo of any article for 25 cents, worth
Another choico for 50 cents, worth $1.00.
And still another ohoico for il.00, worth
Now ia tho timo to got good bargains, aa
ho stock must be sold. C. F. JACKSON.
ANKWPIIANT.-A correspondent from
Marion District, S. G., says the Obar
lotto Bulletin, writes ns BB follows: I have
discovered and folly tested a new honey
?riant, vfhioh abounds here, and blooms
rom May 10 till- June 20. It yields a
large supply of the purest honey, deli
dons to the palate, abd olear as spring
Trater. The i>uah is suitable for yarda,
as it is very ornamental. Will send you
a plant and a bottle of honey for in?
A proposed new church at Newark, N.
J., is to have ''twenty-nine square com?
partments or stage boxes for families,
each capable of holding twelve chairs,
with tables in the centre for hats and
books. Tho aristocratic worshippers eau
thus perform their devotions apart from
tho common throng."
George Dollar, a colored boy, sixteen
or seventeen years old, committed a bru?
tal outrage on the person of a little
white girl, five years old, in Wake Coun?
ty, N. C. He is in jail, and the victim
is in a critical condition.
It is lamentably singular that the red
man always wants to imitate first the
vices of tho white oue. Kum, gambling
and lowdness have nearly killed off the
outiro Indian race, and now Spotted
Tail wants to be a delegate to Congress.
A German inventor is exhibiting n
talking mnohine at limmen. It is made
of wood and caoutchouc, and is of life
size, in the form of a woman. It chat?
ters away like any living member of tho
An Italian beggar-woman was arrested
in New York Friday, for stickiug pins
into the nrms of her infant, so thnt by
! its cries the sympathies of passers-by
would be excited.
PRONE TO NASTINESS.-Mrs. Harriet
I Beecher Stowe, having got through with
her attack on Lord Byron, now comes
out in the Christian Union in d?fonce of
Bichardson nnd Mrs. McFarland.
A good idea, when you aro making
oalls on a rainy evening, is to take a
cotton umbrella out with you and briug
home a silk one.
A New Jersey farmer, advertising his
estate, commends it to purchasers on ac?
count of tho "excellent champagne made
from its turnip crop."
Some negro bnsc-ballists at Covington,
very properly batted ?to death a small
white boy, because bc wouldn't ruu after
a foul ball.
Sarsaparilla nud Queen's Delight,
wheu properly combined, makes the
most powerful blood purifier known.
Ask for Du. Terr's. J5
If you consult your welfare, fail not
to read the advertisement headed "BAD
St. John's Day.
IT having been finally decided by the Com?
mittee to hold thcPic-Nie at Ridge .Spring,
on the 21th inet., brethren wielling tickets for
themselves and friends, will apply to members
of thu Committee on or before Tuesday next.
JOHN MCKENZIE, Chairman.
A. C. DAVIS, Secretary. Juno 17
THREE months after date, application will
bc made for renewal of original Script for
eight shares South-western Railroad Bank and
tho South Carolina Railroad Company Certif??
calos No. 3131, dated 10th January, isGO, and
eight half-shares in South Carolina Railroad
Company, No. 401, dated 3lst March, 1^00,
standing in the name of Thoa. G. Herbert,
tho samo having been lost or destroved.
Juno 21 mo:!" THOS. G. HERBERT.
AN ORATION will bo delivered before thc
Clanosophic Societv, bv tho "Valedicto?
rian"-JOHN T. SEIR?LS* of Columbia-on
TUESDAY, Juno 28, at 8 o'clock p. m., in the
The public aro respectfully invited to attend.
OLIVER J. HARRIS, Secretary.
_J. RICHARD LYNN, President. June 21 3* id
Report of the Condition
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK
OB' COLUMBIA, S. C.
AT Columbia, in the St ato of South Caro?
lina, at tho close of business on the t>th
day of June, 1S70.
Loans and discounts.$331,180 73
Over-drafts. 3,0?3 4.S
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation.. 72,000 1)0
Other Stocks and Bonds. 43,435 'JO
Duo from Redeeming and Reserve
Agents: Coin.10,982 61
Currency.42.151 10 50,436 71
Duo from other National Banks.... 7,071) 57
Ranking Honso. 19,700 (tl)
Furnituro and Fixtures. 1,081 57
Current Expenses. Kt 40
Taxes Paid. 2,520 41
Preniinnis. 9,141 05
Cash Itoms, (including stamps,)... 4(>7 86
Rills r>f other-National Banks. 2,340 oo
Fractional Currency. 21d 83
Snecio. 7,72? 24
Legal Tender Notes. 9,717 00
Capital Stock.$123,500 00
Surplus Fund. 3.100 00
Profit and Loss. 14,756 ll
Circulation. 00,000 00
Individual Deposits. 357,521 22
Due to National Banks. 1,561 30
Duo to other Banks and Bankers.. 4<?1 7'.i
Bills Payable. 11,250 00
I, W. B. Grr.icn, Cashier of tho Carolina
National Bank of Columbia, S. C., do solemn?
ly swear that the above statement is true, to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
W. B. GULICH, Cashier.
L. I). CHILDS, )
JAMES G. Gimms, > Directors.
E. HOPE, )
STATE OF SOUTn CAROLINA, i
RICHLAND COUNTY. f
Sworn to and subscribed beforo me, this
seventeenth day ot Juno, 1S70.
June 21 1 C. J. IREDELL, Notary Public.
FAMILY SYRINGES, complete,
and other instruments for family usc, at
E. E. JACKSON'S Drug Store.
June 19 2
o o ?tl lt? m 0 .
HABEAS COXUPUO.-W. W. Sampson,
wno waa arrested last Saturday, on the
charge of counterfeiting State coupons
and forgery, was brought before Judge
Melton yesterday afternoon, upon a writ
of luthean corpus. After bearing several
affidavits read, the Judge granted him
bail iu the sum of $2,500 in each ca.su.
Solicitor Talley for the State; C. D.
Melton, Esq., for prisoner.
CntTafOS.-The Musonio pic-nio, at
Ridgo Spring, is on Friday, the 24th
instant, and not Thursday.
A census marshal reports that ono
woman told him to call again in a day or
two, when she could promise him a larger
Tho mouthly part-for June-of Every
Saturday, is before us. It is one of the
best illustrated publications in tho
country. The full-poge pictures from
Dickens' works alone are moro than
worth Ike subscription price-fifty cents
a number. Fields, Orgood & Co., 124
Tremont street, Boston, are the pub?
Tho turtle soup at tho Exchange
House was heartily enjoyed yesterday.
Another instalment will be furnished to?
day. The critter furnished eggs enough
to Bupply half the town with a "soft
boil"-yielding 511 small eggs and 13G
large ones. The three different kinds o?
meat are readily discovered. Many oi
the steaks were disposed of yesterday,
there aro "a few more left."
We acknowledge the reception of ac
invitation to attend the commencemeni
exercises at the Columbia (Tenn.) Athe
DKum on tho 19th instant. Rev. J. A
Harrison, of Jackson, Tenn., preaching
the commencement sermon.
We have receivod from the publishers
Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, tin
Juno number of tho Typographic Ad
vertiser, a Southern quarterly magazine
devoted to the advancement of the in
terests of the publishers, printers am
biuders of tho South.
lu a receut speech nt Abbeville, Judg
Orr stated that the new route througl
town for the Blue Ridge Railroad hai
been selected-that thc iujuuetio:
granted hy Judge Melton was a tempe
rary difficulty only-and that tho roa
would be completed at au early day.
Lifo is but a trust; let us bo careful i
our dealings, that our accouut may b
He who never gives advice, and h
who never takes it, are alike unworthy t
President Bush, of the Greenville au
Columbia Railroad, leaves for the Nort
to-day, to bo absent about two weeks.
Le Bon Ton, mouthly report of Par
fushious, for July, has been received. '.
contains a number of colored plates, i
well us cut patterns, besides fashion ar
general reading matter. S. T. Taylo
301 Canal street, New York, is the pul
li sh ar.
At a meeting of the Richland Volu
teer Rifle Company, hold last night, tl
following officers wore elected: Capta
-D. B. Miller; First Lieutenant-Jam
S. Campbell; Secoud Lieutenant-E. I
Percival; Brevet Second Lieutenant
Thomas C. Loomis.
Sheriff Frazee made a raid on some
the property of the Greenville aud C
lumbla Railroad, yesterday, nt the sn
of Messrs. J. P. Boyeo and H. Beutti
of Greenville. The running of tho trai
will not be effected, and it is thought tl
matter will be satisfactorily arranged
a day or two.
Holdors of liquor licences that expi
on tho 1st of July, should call nt tl
Clerk's office to-day, and attend to i
newal of the same, so that they eau 1
presented to thc Council, at their me(
iDg in tho evening.
Judge Green opened Court, yesterda
aud organized the juries. To-day, 1
will commence operations ou tho cn
cases, and will rapidly rush the
through. Court opens at half-past 9.
Mosquitoes are commencing to iutr
duco their bills.
Mr. Jas. C. McKenua has furnish
us with a mess of fully-developed okra
the first of the season, that we have sei
or hoard of. Soup for diuuer to-da
A ninss meeting of Republicans
called for to-morrow evening, Juno 2
in front of the State House. Ten
twelve of tho leading members of tl
party aro to deliver addresses. "?
truo Republicans aro invited to be pr
sent," but it is presumod other perso:
will bo allowed to attend.
Tho opinion of tho City Attoruey, <
Charleston, is. that privato property b
longing to the city is liable to seizure ni
6alo for debt, when levied upon undi
judgment of Court, but that as tho Bo
tery, Artesian Well, and other city pr<
porty, is dedicated to public use, and i
therefore, tho property of every ind
vidual citizen, their seizure is illegal, nt
will not hold good in Court.
Mr. Antrim's pleasing and successful
performance with, bis trained horses was
witnessed by a nnmber of persons, yes?
terday. Tho pony was a little restive at
first-having been irritated by an intoxi?
cated individual-but soon came to terms.
About forty persons received instruction
as to the manner of training horses-all
of whom, wo believe, expressed them?
selves highly pleased and perfectly satis?
fied. The performance will bo repeated
to-day, at ll o'clock.
Mr. Kemmeror's concert, last night, at
theNickorson House Hall, as might have
been expeoted, drew a full house. The
little ones were in admiyxble voice, and
acquitted themselves to tboir own satis?
faction, as well as to that of the audience.
It was of a character (the concert, we
mean,) to afford unqualified gratification.
The coucert will bo repeated this even?
We are requested to state that applica?
tion for tickets for the Masonic pic-nic
should be made to-day, to any one of the
following Committo of Arrangements:
Chairman-John McKenzie, Esq.,
Messrs. C. F. Jackson, F. A. Grey, W.
C. Swnffleld, A. Feininger, J. D. Cald?
well, Li. H. Trevet, H. E. Bruce, J. T.
Wright, John Shiolls, H. Solomon, J. C.
B. Smith, I. Sulzbacher. Secretary-A.
MAIL AHUANGEMENTH.-The Northern
mail is opened for delivery at 8 a. m.;
closed at 8.30 a. m. Charleston, opened
?at 5.30 p. m.; closed at 8.30 p. m.
Greenville, opened at 5.30 p. m.; closed
at 8.30 p. m. Western, opoued at 0.30
a. m. ; closed at 4 p. m. Chariest^.,,
(cvoniug,) opened at 8 a. m.; closed at
4.30 p. m. On Sunday, the post office is
open from 0 to 10 a. m.
The indestructible tag is a great con?
venience to merchants. It answers the
combined purpose of a direction label
and business card. Call at the PHONIX
Publishing House and 6upply your?
Thc PHCESIX office is supplied with
every style of material from tho small
metui letter to tho largest wood type,
together with plaiu and faucy cards,
paper, colored ink, bronze, etc. It is
the only establishment in the interior of
the State where two and three sheet
posters eau bc printed. All kinds of
work iu thc printing lino attended to at
Xickermn House.-H H Alden, J H Gav, J H
Ambrose, S W Thomas, N C; G T Wright, Po
maria; L P> Purman, Now Orleans; SF Houston,
Southern Express Company; J M Seiglor, Mrs
P Mower, Mrs J Hennis, Master Dennis. Kew?
borrv; M J Hall, St Luke's; Thomas Barks
dale? C P Hyde, Ga; N TTate, Bichmond; J M
Howell, Major Hampton, John S Green, D A
Tompkins, S C; Sam rogiam, Tine House: E
M Bucker, Miss Nessie Pucker, Anderson; J L
Wardlaw, John Whitaker, Miss C A Clark,
Ridgeway; Charles Lea, Boston; David Hemp
hill. Chcstor; James O Meredith, Helena; Jas
S White, Rock Hill.
HOTEL AUHIV.VI.S. Juno 20-Columbia Hotel.
F Elmore, W n Pickling, tCitv; W J Turna
hill, N Y; J S Ryan, Vt D Kennedy, Charleston;
J H Miller, I'Cntz,Ga; E W Everson and lady,
Anderson; .1 W Fowlor, Spartanburg; Misa M
F Boozer, Nowberry; A S Douglas, Chester;
W T Walters, C Walter?, Md; B R Bridgera,
N C; J S Rates, Gadsden; A H Waring, J S
Wiley, S C; Miss Erwin, Darlington; HP Ham?
mett, A McBee, Sr., A McBee, Jr., Greenville;
J J DoLamatcr and lady, Va; T A Crawford,
Edgefield; A DeCaraduc, Charleston.
LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Hohnbold's Extract Buchu.
For Rent-Apply at Nickereon House.
P. Cantwell-Irish Potatoes.
Prof. Antrim-Free Entertainment.
W. B. Gulich-Sank Statement.
Oliver J. Harris-Oration.
Meotiug Independent Fire Company.
Regular Meeting Columbia Lodge.
Thomas G. Herbert-Notice.
Kemmerer's Concert at Nickerson House.
SoMF.rniNo NEW UNDER TIIE SUN.-A new
era is dawning upon the lifo of woman.
Hitherto she has been called upon to suffer
the ills of mankind and her own besides. The
frequent and distressing irregularities peculiar
I to her sex have long boen to hor tho "direful
spring of woes unnumbered." In the mansion
cf the rich and in tho hovel of poverty alike
woman has been thc constant yet patient vic?
tim of a thousand ills unknown to man-and
these without a remedy. "Oh, Lord, how
long!" in the agony of her soul, hath she cried.
But now tho hour of her redemption is come.
She will suffer no more, for Dr. J. Bradfield'.
Female Regulator-Woman's Best Friend-is
for sale by all respectable Druggists through?
out the hind, at fl.50 per bottle. In another
column of this newspaper will ho found some
interesting particulars concerning the Female
Regulator and other information highly im?
portant to women. J 19 C
Tho attention of our readers is called to?
day to tho advertisement in another column,
headed Lippnian's Great German Bitters, a
preparation that has been used for upward o?
a century iu enlightened Europo with the
greatest success in tho cure of Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, Constipation, Loss ?f Appetite,
Liver Complaint, loss of tone in tho digestive
organs, etc. The proprietors, Messrs. Jacob
Linpman & Bro., Savannah, Ga., have, at con?
siderable outlay, succoeded in obtaining the
original recipe for making this delightful tast?
ing Bitters, and pledgo tboir reputation that
in preparing it, the original standard shall be
kept up. J UUC 2
The best LIVER medicine is UEINITSH'*
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. This wonderful vegetable
compound acts with certainty upon thc Liver
and Stomach, without impairing tho functions
of any other organ. It invigorates, restores,
improves tho general condition of tho system;
regulates the Bowels by its aperient proper?
ties; stimulates the Liver and makes it act;
strengthens the digestion and gives tono to the
?ian. It awakens the dull and sluggish Liver
to activity and lifo. This is, of all thc season,
the timo to try it. Go and got a bottle from
HcinitBh-you will not regret it. J5
7ff BUSHELS primo Clay Cow Peas, for
_iJ seed, for salo by E. HOPE.
Butter and Cheese.
CHOICE Goshen BUTTER and prime
Factory CHEESE, Just received, and ft r
mle low by J. T. R. AGNEW.