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<}QL?]VtBMv S. C.
Wednesday aornin?r, September 14, '70.
The report , haying boen spread in the
-vicinity ol Pomaria, Newberry County,
Sooth Carolina, by the radicals, that the
Reform movement' was inimical to the
color pd people, and that the conservative
victory in North Carolina had resulted
in patting them back in quasi slavery,
two colored men, one a Leaguer and the
other a Reformer, were induced to visit
Raleigh, N. C., to see for themselves,
and bring back their reports. They
wont,. and, -, we are informed by oar
Pomaria . correspondent, have returned,
fully satisfied of the bose falsehoods that
bad been told: them. They returned
.delighted with their treatment. At
Raleigh, they saw Mr. Turner, and were
.liberally supplied with copies of the
'Conservative Committee's Address to the
people of North Carolina. At Charlotte,
'the colored delegates beard ex-Governor
"Vaneo speak, and were much pleased. It
is thought that good, must result from the
visit flt these colored men. Tho idea of
. ponding .them was sonsiblo and practical.
' j . % ?'? ?
Tl?o WM Spirit i? P?r?.
~ It has been .well said that the best
-fighting corps that the Emperor had,
Nwas tho "Corps L?gislatif." Now it may
K .."be said.that tho most pugnacious gene?
rals of tho Repnblio are its poets, novel?
ists and journalists. Victor Hugo, the
author of Les Miserables, of The Toilers
.of the Sea, and other novelB, speaks
toravely and dramatically. If Paris is to
he saved by fine words, then is Poris
.safe, Victor Hugo, disdaining to throw
?cannon balls against the approaching
?German army, writes to the invaders an
?address. He says:
."You may take the fortress, you will
find the rampart.
"You may take the rampart, you will
Mind the barricade.
"You may take the barricade, and
then-who knows the resources of patri?
otism in distre8J-you will find the
?ewers mines of powder ready to blow
whole streets into the air. This will bc
Abe terrible sentence you must accept.
"To take Paris stone by stone, to
?laughter Europe on the the spot, to kill
.France in detail, in each stroet, iu oacb
house, that great light must be extin?
guished BOUI by soull"
"Germans, hold back! Paris is formi?
.'Think awhile before her walls. AI
transformations, are possible for her.
Her indolence gives you tho measure ol
"She seems to sleep. She will awake
Her thoughts will leap, from its scab bart
.like a sword, aud this city, which, yester
.day, was Sybaris, ' to-morrow may be
This is very firm. It reads well, am
is decidedly a Za.Victor Hugo. But what
-offcot will the address have upon th<
-German needle-gun, and the German ar
'tillery? You may call'spirits from tin
?vasty deep, but will they come? Hear
loo, what Madame Seorges Saud Las tc
say. She sui ut es the new rogimo iu th?
-"The Republiol She must have lift
in her, since she rises again from ho
?ashes by the voice of nil; by a will o
which she is worthy, without the spilling
of blood, without fratricidal strife. Be
hold the third awakening-it is ideally
beautiful 1 The third? say rather th
fourth; for we must not forget that 1831
was Republican at the beginning. Wi
have fought for her ouly to lose her
U'o-day she rises complete with a siugl
.word, Vice la France. This, then, is tin
normal state which the conscience o
humanity desires. This is the inevitn
ble end of the prodigious toil of hu
inanity. It is well. It is the law of iu
.telligenco. Tho manliness of man cai
.only develope in the air of freedom.
"Behold the god of armies! His nam
is country and liberty. Hail to th
Republic! Thou art iu good hands, am
-a great people is now marching unde
thy' banner after a bloody expiation
Thy task is hard ; but should it happe:
to thee to fall onoe more, thou wi]
surely rise again. The rights of ma
We repeat it, if fino words aro
match for fine arms, then is Paris savet
and it will be written-Bavcd not by tb
?armies of Prance, but by her novells
aud editors. In the meantime tho Ge)
mans move on, and after all must Par:
look to Trochu rather than to Hugo.
Fnoii SPABTANnuno.-We learn tin
tthe anti-radical ticket for Town Couuc
. of this place was easily elected.. Oue <
ithe most prominent citizens of Sparta]
.burg informs us that the defection <
"Messrs. Winsmith, C. C. Turner an
Java-nt Bryant, has had the effect <
making the people still more determine
.to dispose of radicalism at tho next ele
.tion. The anti-radical or Reform ennd
?dates will bo electod by a large mnjorit
The Cunard steamship Scotia, Cap
.Judkius, which left New York at
o'clock p. m., August 31, arrived
Queenstown flt 8 o'clock a. m., on Se
tembor 8th, making the passage in seyi
days and eight hours, the quiokest tin
A Hartford lady of eighty is gettii
teeth put in tn at her corpse may "lo<
TBS SINKING OP TUE EHOWUII IBON
CLAD, THU CAVXAIN-DlSASTIlOUS LOBS OF
LIFE.-Oe? telegraphic columns on yes?
terday furbished some de4ils!rtap?oting
the loen o? thia English iron-clad. Thia
event occurred efl the Spanish. coast.
The Captain waa au immense Vessel, and
has been called one of the finest war
ships that was ever afloat. It was a ship
of 4,272 tons barden, and armed with a
battery of six 3 00-po und ITS. It was
moved by engines of 900-horso power,
and manned with a picked crew of 600
men. The armor whioh enclosed it, ss
it turned out, with its fatal casing,
rauged from eight inches on the most
exposed portion of her bull to seven,
four, and three inches, as the hull be?
came less exposed. This hage man-of
war was regarded a master-piece of me?
chanical skill, and was deemed invulne?
rable. But like some (drong knight,
weighed down by tho weight of his
armor, tho "Captain" yielded to tho
weight cf tho waves that broke over
deck and went down with its freight of
human sonia. It seems that n few only
of the crew were saved.
AMERICAN HYPEBBOLE.-A natty little
book has just come over from Loudon,
entitled "Reminiscences of America,"
by two Englishmen, which describe? the
manner ni wlnuk tko twain .rippled
through tho country, what they saw-in
the country, and w,hut they heard ju the
streets. As i na tuncos of The .^hyperbole"
of tho couutry, tboy reoord tho follow?
In describing the .large trees of the
Yosemite Valley, one said that "it took
two men und a boy to see the top of
them." Oue being asked by a friend if
ho saw a certain mosquito on the weather?
vane of tho State House (!) at St. Louis,
answered: "Yes, I seo it winking." A
third, in describing the prices of car?
riages at Niagara, asserted that tho "hack
fates aro so high that the Fulls are in?
significant by comparison." Another
story is related, with the appearance of
truth, of a boy who was watching his
school-fellows as they snow-balled au old
gentleman's windows. Tho old gentle?
man rushed out of his house, determined
if possible to inflict some severo punish
mont on tho offender, saying, whou ho
caught thu boy: "Now, you rascal, I'll
thrash you within an inch of your life!"
Accordingly he began to beat him, when
the boy immediately commenced laugh?
ing, and continued until tho old gentle?
man stopped beating him, with tho ex?
clamation: "Boy, what aro you laughing
"Well," said thc boy, "I'm laughing
because you are awfully sold; I ain't the
While France plunges headlong into a
Republic through u sea of troublo, Spain
seems to be slowly crystaliziug iuto one.
Tho difficulty experienced in obtaining
a satisfactory sovereign, was iu itself
evidence of the existence of such a ten?
dency, and wo wero consequently fully
prepared to bear of the Republican de?
monstrations made in Madrid, on bear?
ing of tho late escapade of their Parisian
cousins. Gen. Prim has already thrown
out some hints indicativo of his intention
to rido the storm when it breaks. Ser?
rano will probably attempt no opposi?
tion, and so, some bright morning, ere
long, we may expect to bear of tho peace?
ful und bloodless establishment of the
Spanish Republic. Tho extraordinary
growth of liberal ideas in tho past few
years, as exhibited iu the almost certain
erection of two leading European mon?
archies into Republics, is not likely to
stop in its onward course. Ere long we
may expect to fiud its elemouts at work
in other nationalities where now a re?
public is merely a vague, unsubstantial
dream. Napoleon's prophecy, that be?
fore tho lapse of tho present century,
Europe would be either Republican or
Cossack, appears to be about resolving
itself in favor of tho former issuo.
Apropos of waiters and their fees at
Long Branch, this story is told:
A lady carno to the hotel, who was a*
former acquaintance of ono of tho clerks;
ho spoke to tho head waiter and asked
him to seo her well seated, and ho felt
euro ho would lose nothing by it.
"What's it worth, sir?" asked the man
"I should think a V," was the reply.
"All right, sir," and the lady was com?
A few days passed, and no money was
offered, and the business mun advanced
to tho lady's endorser during the dinner
hour ono day, and asked if be still thought
tho prospect good. While tho parley
was going on, tho lady observed it, and
beckoned tho mau toward her, and hand?
ed him a note.
"It's all right now," ho said beaming?
ly to tho clerk, without looking at the
After a time, ho came again, with a
look of iusulted dignity upon him;
"What do you suppose she gave mo?"
ho asked, in injured tones. "A two
dollar bill! I declare, if she had not
been a friend of yours, I would have
told her that tho hotel paid mo."
Montana ports exerciao themselves as
Ashlaud whiskey, Martel brandy,
Pine-apple gin, and sherry handy;
Oysters stewed atod by tho can,
All served out by tho Little Old Man,
At Mao's brown jug.
KA New Haven editor recently wrote an
olaborute article about bis "Alma Ma?
ter," but was astounding to fiud it ap?
pear in the paper as "Alum Water."
An Australian murderer, for whose
arrest a reword was offered, sent bis wife
to betray him, arguing that if ?300 was
going it should not go out of the family.
SINGULAR ORIO?N o? FIBBS.- Tho Sa?
lem Register says that a lady in that city
lo3fc about a dozen yards of velvet, whioh
took fire ?om.tho rays mm eon pawing
through a globo in wh?ob an ornament
wnsiliiati?gin water. Bat for the time?
ly die covery of the fire the noose might I
haye been burned.
" Wo remember a. ease of that kind
which occurred yeats .ago. A globe con?
taining a pair of gold Bah waa left on a
table in tho parlor near a front window,
and while tho family were a breakfast
smoke was smelt, and all hands started
to soo what the matter was. On going
into the parlor whero there had been no
fire, they found it densely filled with
smoko, and a largo hole burnt through
the carpet and floor. The fire bn rsted
into a flame when the door was opened.
Tho cause was apparent-tho unclouded
sun bad cast bia rays through the globe
of water giving it the effect of a burning
lens, or suu-glaas. In a few minutes
more the house would have been nil
ablnze. The unconscious little fishes,
however, were as cool as a cucumber all
A HORRIBLE STORY.-Tho following
remarkable story is told by the Wheel?
ing, (West Virginia,) Intelligence)-: "The
story runs tbnt a tobacco grower had a
number of hands employed in erecting ii
tobacco house, and that on the ground
floor of the building, he had slaughtered
a sheep, using an axe and block to be?
head the animal. Two little boys, sous
of tho plauter, come about the building,
when the smaller one expressed a desire
to bo instructed in the mode of killing
the sheep. The larger boy told him if
he would place his head on the block, he
would do so. Boy No, 1 complied with
the condition, aud No. 2 fulfilled his
promise by severing No. 1'B head from
his body. This so horrified a portion of
tho workmen, who were putting a large
roof-timber in position, that they let it
fall. Unfortunately, it fell where uu
other party of men were at work, killing
ten of thom aud wouuding four others."
A CHEERFUL FACE.-There is no great?
er every-doy virtue thau cheerfulness.
This qualify in mau nmoug meu is like
sunshine iu tho day, or gentle, renewing
moisture to parch : herbs. Tho light
of a cheerful faco diffuses itself, and com?
municates tho happy spirit that inspires
it. The sourest temper must swecteu iu
the atmosphere of continuous good hu?
mor. As well might fog, and cloud, and
vapor, hope to chug to the sun-illumin?
ated landscape ns tho blues mid morose?
ness to combat joviid speech and exhil?
arating laughter. Be cheerful always.
There is uo path but will bo easier trav?
eled, no look but will be lighter, no
shadow on heart or bruin but will lift
sooner ia presence of a determined
Smith, the celebrated olerical wit, in n
letter to Lord Murray, his esteemed
friend, made tho following astonishing
statement: "If yon wish for anything
like happiness in the fifth net of life, eat
and drink about one-half what you could
eat and drink. Having ascertained tho
weight of what I could live upon, so as
to preserve health, and strength, and
what I did live upon, I found that, be?
tween teu aud seveuty years of age, I
bad eaten and drank forty-four horse
wagon loads of meat and drink moro
than would havo preserved mein life and
strength I Tho value of this mass of
nourishment, I considered to be worth
?7,000. It occurred to mo that I must,
by my voracity, have starved to death
fully 100 persons.
The|?New York Press is responsible
for the following story : "In the spring
of 1865, when it was ovident that the
Confederacy was ou its last legs, Lee
boing hemmed in at Richmond, Daniel
Drew sud Fisk chartered a fast steamer,
titted her for sea, and stationed her off
S?iudy?IIook, ready to sail at a moment's
notice, and placed on board of her a
trutity agent. When Leo finally sur?
rendered, tho vessel sailed for England
with tho greatest speed, and arrived out
three days ahead of any other vessel.
Tho agent sold Confederate States bonds
short, and on tho promulgation of tho
news, bought thom in for nothing-and
Fisk says Drow and himself made by the
operation $5,000,000, and that ho has
been on tho full tide of prosperity ever
Mr. Twiss, a romancing traveler, was
talking of n church he had scon in Spain,
a milo and a half long. "Bless me," said
Garrick, "how broad was it?" "Ten
yards." "This, you'll observe, gentle?
men," said Garrick to tho company,
"this is not a round lie, but differs from
tho other stories, which are generally as
broad as tbej'aro long."
London grows rapidly. Notwith?
standing its already enormous size in
1809, uot fewer than 25,322 new houses
havo beeu added to it since then, form?
ing sixty-nine new squares, 5,8(>1 new
streets, or tho total length of 1,030
A Cincinnati chambermaid sold her
four-foot hair for ?150, went ou a drunk,
got arrested, spent all her money, and
has gone back to work to raise another
crop of hair. That was the second
crop she has harvested from tho same
field in three years.
"You have forgotten sometbiug," said
a loyal Canadian to tho officer engaged
iu dismantling tho forts at Quebec, as
the lust cannon went on board ship.
"What?" was the reply. "That," an?
swered tho Canadian, pointing to tho
flag flying over the citadel..
A destructivo fire occurred in Balti?
more on tho 0th, which destroyod the
planing mill of Ehrnian & Borsch, 210
South Howard street, tho agricultural
foundry of Defew -& Co., and soveral
New York Lion Lager, to bo had at
Tho oheriff of Alton, Illinois, is the
champion castor oil man. He bas
within a week token twobarrejs of castor
oil, and still lives; ' Ho. took it o D'a
chattel mortgage, and not on bia alo
A man in Iowa has been arrested .for
obtaining goods nuder, falso. pretends.
Ho got a girl to marry him on the pre?
tense that he was wealthy. The "goods"
don't like that way of doing.
Patience is exemplified in the mnn who
left bis wagon while his horse bulked, sat
on a stump and read the Bible till the
animal was huugry enough to go home.
A Boston lady, ou being preseuted with
a silver card-case, regretted that it
wasn't largo enongh to hold a whole
A grave-yard inscription in Kenne
bunk, Mo., reads thus: "Poor Jo! bis
head is level now if it never was be?
"I bolievo in going to tho bottom of
things," as tho school-marm snid, wbeu
she laid a refractory pupil over her knee.
A fine lot of Brandy Peaches, domes?
tic, to bo had at POLLOCK'S.
Building and Loan Association.
THE booka of thia Association aru now opon
for subscription at tho Citizens' Savings
Hank. Uno dollar per sharo. This will en?
title tho bolder to borrow $200. lt is doma?
ble tbat tba Association commence on thc
first of Ootober next. A niectiug of the stock?
holders will bo called next week.
Sept 10_J. P. THOMAS, President.
_ CONSISTING in part of HUHS,
^/W^Syff^Spokea. Felloes, smitty, Wheel*,
EeV*r?>rw^' Polen, Dol?a, Malleable Castings,
W 3BL Fifth Wbeela. Band?, Enamelled
Leather, Dash Leather, Patent and Enamelled
Cloth, Oil Carpet, Lining Nails. Springs,
Axles, Fire and other Iron, Dash Frames,
l'an.tn, Oils, Carrirgo Varnishes, ito., Ac.
Our stock of these goods in second to nono in
Columbia, und thoao desiring to purchaae,
will suva money by calling on
Sept_ll_J.j* T. It. AGNEW. ^
JUST to band. No. 1, 2, and
-.^V't^i 3 MACKEREL, catch of 1870.
For ?ale by GEORGE SVMMERS.
Stooks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS AS? COUPONS, JU HY CER?
TIFICATES, COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, Ac,
bought and sold by D. GAMI1KILL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
August 2t 3mo
Ipr i~\f\f\ YARDS heavy and inodium
.0.\JKJ\J COTTON BAGGING, for
sab; by E. HOPE.
pr rv BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale lon to
Ol J dualer* by_EDWARD HOPE.
Bolted Corn Meal.
?J pr BARRELS, in flue order, for sale bv
?5O Sept '.)_EDWARD HOPE._
United States Distriot Court-South
In re the Laurens Railroad Company, Bank?
1\l?J? creditors of the Laurens Railroad,
. bankrupt, arc required by order of tho
Court, dated 2?th August, 1870. to render and
establish ttieir respective liens, before C. G.
Jaeger, Register, within thirty davs from the
publication hereof, or they will bo precluded
from anv distribution of the assetB of ttio said
bankrup't. JAMES M. BAXTER,
NEWBEUUY, S. C., Sept. 6,1870. Assignee,
Sept 6 Imo
"li! ICE ! ICE! !
HAVING put my machino in operation, I
now inform tho publia that I am ready
to supply any and all ordors^or ICE. Price two
cents per pound by the retad. For 100 pounds
or more, agreements will bo made. Ibo leo
can bo obtained at either tho uppor or lower
store. J. C. SHEGERS.
OF tho Executive Committee of the Union
Reform Party is over tho Savings Batik.
All persons friend))' to tho cauce, will have
access to the ru in at any time of tho day,
where they can seo tho papers, and get tho
nows. Oflioe hours from from 9 to ll a. ra.
aud from 5 to G p. m. E. W. SEIBEl S,
July 28 Hue. ami Treas. Ex. Com.
Creme Be La Creme.
-I f\(\ BARRELS very superior FAMILY
Il JU FLOUR,
200 barrels low priced and medium qualities.
ForsalH low lr- J5DJVA?p_ "OPK
FARMERS, savo your Corn aud Money;
keep your Stock fat and healthy, by hav?
ing a Rv? Pasturo for winter grttzing. SKUD
for Bain by LO BRICK A LOW lt ANCE.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
FFICE Main Street, over Messrs. I ryan A
McCarter'8 Bookstore. Aug 18 2mo
Notice to ChewiBts
JUST arrived, at Pollock Houso, Bagley'B
MICHIGAN FINE CUT._ Sept H
Mackerel i Mackerel ! !
CHOICE NEW MACKEREL, in Barrels, in
Half Barrels, in Quarter Barrels, in Kits,
and also at retail, just received and for nair bv
Sept 13 _J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
Wanted to Rent.
A NICE, comfortable COTTAGE, of mx
or eight rooms-in good locality. Ad?
dress bv letter, stating teims, etc.,
Soptl3 4? PU ?OH ASE lt, PHCKMX Omeo,
ANOTHER lot of those extra tine SEO ARB:
cask abovo-proot Brandy; besides a
variety of other choice articles. Givo thom
a trial. PAYSINGER A FRA NKLIN,
Sent 10 Exchange House, Main street.
MAGIC POWDER for oleauiug Gold, Silver,
Ac, ten couts per box.
tripoli, for cleaning Brass, Silver,Gold, Ac,
ten conta per paper.
Bath brick for cleaning Cutlery, Ac.
Just received and for sale by
SeptJ_J. A t. R. AGNEW.
ANOTHER lot o? those flue LEMONS, at
tho POLLOCK HOU8B.
A r\ S~\f\f~\ LBS. superior IRON
4tV/.wVJvJ TIES, foi salo low by
tiepto _E. HOPE.
18 horoby given that 1 shall potition tho Leg?
islature, at its' next session, to clnso a
certain portion of tho Public Road that for?
merly led to my ferry on, Saluda River, said
Road not being used now HB a public highway.
Aug 28 mo?* SIMON YOONGINEll.
A TEST.-Six hundred negroes voted
the other day in Wilmington, Delaware,
and vated as n unit for radicalism. .Bat
tho town went D?mocratie for the first
time iq 'many years.
Tho steamship?Tanranga collided with
a coal ketch near Auckland, New Zea?
land, on tho 23d of July, and both ves?
sels were sunk, and eighteen lives
In Catoosa County, Georgia, a woman
recently shouted herself to death under
excessive religious excitement.
Everybody is now attributing the loss
by fire of 83,000,000 of property in Chi?
cago to the Mansard roof.
Alphonso Karr says all the drudge?
ry of lifo has been reserved to mules and
Mr. Neil Boyle, a resideut of Wil?
mington, N. C., was accidentally drown?
ed on tho 12th.
The census taker has discovered in
M ?chinan a young lady named Luna
Tho product of pins in Connecticut is
estimated to bo 19,719,000,000 annually.
AXOTHER RtVSTEBY. SOLVED.-Oh enlist o being
unable tn discover thc ingredients in fragrant
SozonoNT. which removed all stains from the
teeth and imparts such a peculiar rosiness to
tho gums, t he public are hereby informed that
it ia a preparation from the bark of thc Qoii.
i.AYA SAPONARIA or Soap Tree of Chili, import?
ed for tlie first time into this country for this
special purpose. Such is the purifying and
iuuocuous effect of this ram botanical agent,
that it removes discolorations fr m tho most
fragile textile fabrics, without injuring a siu
Save and mend tho pieces, uso "SPALDING'S
GI.UK." SI Ipi
Bagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties.
APULL SUPPLY coiiHlantlr on band and
for salojow, by_ _J. A T." It. AGNEW.
Columbia Chanter No. 5. R.A. M.
_A HEG ULAH CONVOCATION will bo .
traSilhcld THIS EVENING, at Masonic I
?Ogg Hall, at 8 o'clock. Uv order of tho
OM*H. P. lt.TOZER,Secretary jtrottin.
Sept ll 1
Attention, Columbia Rifles'.
ATTEND Meeting of vour Company, at
Seegers' Hall, at S o'clock, TH IS I Wednes?
day) EVENING, for drill. Uv order.
RICHARD O'NEALE, JR., Captain.
W. R. CATHCART, Orderly Sergeant.
Sept 14_ _1
New and Stylish
?riALL and WINTER GOODS, now opouing
1 at the well known establishment of C. F.
JACKSON. We aro new receiving our new
Fall Goods, from Northern marketa, and ex?
tend a general invitation to our friends and
patrons to give us a call and make au exami?
nation of our stock, which is well selected,
and will bo sold at the lowest rates. Satisfac?
tion guaranteed to all. C. F. JACKSON,
Sept 14 Main street.
Candy! Candy! !
. %K HOXES frosh mixed CANDY just re
mmStJ ceived and for H ale al wholes me only,
bv J. tc T. R. AGNEW.
i)pr BOXES cboico cutting CHEESE, just
O received ?ind for salo by
Aug 31_J. AT. R AGNEW.
QUEEN HORTENSE. By L. Muhlback.
Cloth il 50. Paper * 1.00.
Lothair. By Disrm'i. Cloth $2; paper $1.
Tho Rob Roy on tho Jordan. By J. Mc?
Gregor, (Illustrated.) $2.50.
Free Russia. By William Hcpworlh Dixon.
Passages from thc English Note Books of
Nathaniel Hawthorne Two volumes. $4.00.
Man and Wife. Bv Wilkie Collina. Cloth
?1.50. Paper fl 00.
Miss Thackery's CompletG Works. Cloth
il 75. Paper SI.25.
Genial Showman. By Artemus Ward.
Lady of tho len. Bv James DoMille, author
of Tho Dodge Club. Ac. 75 cents.
l'ut Yourself in His Place. Charles Rcade'd
last and best novel. 75 cents.
The Lifo, Luttera, Lectures and Addresses
of Frederick W. Robertson, M A. $1.60.
And other new books for sale at
BRYAN A MoCARTER'S Bookstore,
Aug 2H_Columbia, S. C.
&ENUINE DURHAM SMOKING TOBAC?
CO, direct from tho factory, tho great
Dalby PufT Smoking Tobacco, the Sunnyside
Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco-the best in the
country-Mollers' Fig Chewing Tobacco, very
A full assortment of choice WINES and LI?
QUORS always on band.
JOHN 0. SEEGERS,
Main street, near tho Post Ollice, and Main
street, near PHOENIX Oflico. Julv 'JU
Magic Chafing Powder.
'I'lie Nurse's Friend.
FOR tho instant euro of CHAFING ANO
SCALDING of Children and Adults.
A certain relief for BURNS, SCALDS, Irri?
tation of tho Skin, Galls, Inflammations,
Abrasions, and all Cutaneous Diseases. For
salo by E. H. HEINITSH,
Removal o? Dental Office.
pm DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed Ina
9srWoflico to Mr. G. Diorcks' new building,
on Main street, over tho Messrs. Porter A
Co.'s Dry Goods' Store, where ho offers his
professional services lo bis former patrons
and tho public. June 2H
1i\(\f\ BUSHELS Prime Heavy OATS
,\ t\9\J for salo low bv
Aug 10 EDWARD HOPE.
6)rvf\ LBS. CAROLINA INDIGO, of snpe
C?Vt\f rior qualitv, for sale by
August 25_" _ EDWARD HOPE.
New Family Flour.
I pr / \ BBLS. New and Choice Family
t?)vl FLOUR for salo low by
Aug 10 EDWARD HOPE.
KITS AND QUARTER BARRELS NEW
0\) MACKEREL, for salo low.
Aug 23 EDWARD HOPE.
MA NEAT COTTAGE, in tho central
part ol tho city, with ten rooms-five in
basement and five up .stairs-and ne?
cessary out-buildings. Possession can bo
had ou tho first of October. Inquire at thia
i)AA ABLE-BODIED LABORERS aro
maiK/xJ wanted, to work npon tho Columbia
Canal, between thia aud thu 10th of Septem?
ber. Partios wishing to contract for tho re?
moval of earth, will apply to
8. A. PEARCE, Jn.
Applications will bo received between thc
hours of 10 and 12 A. M. Aug SO
POSTOETIOE Houris.-Northern mail
opens 430 P. M.; cl OBOS ll A. M.
Charleston and Greenville, open 4.30
P. M. ; close 5.30 A. M.
Western, opens 12.80 P. M.; closes
Charleston, evening, opens 8 A M.;
doses 6 P. M.
Office open Sundays from half-past
4 o'clock to half-past 5.
The following appointments haveboqu
made for Judge Carpenter and G?n?ral
Midway Church, Thursday, Sept. lb,
Manuiug, Friday, September 16.
Liberty Hill, Saturday, Sept. 17.
Orangeburg C. H., September 19.
Barnwell C. H., September 21.
Walterboro, Colleton. September 23.
White Hall, Colleton, September 24.
Beaufort, Monday, September 26.
DEATH OF AN AOED CHIUSTXAN.-We
aro cnlled upon this morning to record
the death, nf ter a few hours' illness, from
congestive chill, of an aged Indy, for
several years a resident of this city
Mrs. George W. Buggs, wife of Rev. G.
W. Bogga and mother of the Rev. W.
E. Bogga, pastor of tho Presbyterian
ohuroh in this city. She had resided
abroad for many years with her. hus?
band, who was, we believe, for nearly a
quarter of a century a missionary an
PHONIXIA??IA.-Wo should have said
that Col. C. W. Dudley had been nomi?
nated for Congress from tho First Con?
gressional District, aud not tho Third.
Fiue sense and exalted sense are not
half so valuable as common sense. There
uro forty men of wit for ono man of
sense; aud ho that will curry nothing
about him but gold, will bo every day
ut a loss for want of ready chango.
Thc mosquitoes are losing their health
as the nights come.
The trees have begun to cast off their
clothing while mankind aro putting on
The managers of the Gleun Springs
Tournament Ball will accept our thanks
for an invitation to bo present.
We ure indebted to C. F. Jackson,
Esq., for papers of late Now York, Balti?
more aud Washington papers.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, September 13.- Nick
arson House,-J. Williams, Augusta; J.
McLadd, Laurens; J. L. White, Rock
Hill; S. F. Houstou, Charlotte; Col. T.
B. Clarkson, Richland; Dr. F. T. Miles,
Baltimore; H. P. Adams, city; C. Cla
cius and lady, Charleston; J. McBryde,
Pendleton; A.' Reppard, Savannah; J.
Osley, Jr., Augusta; Seiley, Alabama;
E. M. Pendleton, Miss Sasio Pendleton,
Mis3 Susie Turner, Ga.; H. Levy, Mont?
gomery; W. J. Mahoney, Richmond; D.
F. Wright, Augusta; J. T. Wilkinson,
Mrs. Wilkerson, Ga.; Mrs. Rone, Au?
gusta; J. H. Runkel, city; T. S. Nicker
on, Savannah; C. H. Saber, S. C.
Columbia Holel.~W. J. Magill, Mrs.
W. Hammond, Iowa; J. W. Hurling,
Orangeburg; S. Zorn, Louisville, Ky?;
Mrs. R. L. Mooro and child, Summer?
ville; W: Dudley, Charleston; M. Blank?
ensee, New York; Wm. Fort, J. H. Hen?
drix, Lexington; T. B. Furguson, Green?
ville; A. H. Foster, J. E. Colten, Union;
Jos. Walker, Spartanburg; M. W. Smith,
Glenn Springs; J. B. Clarke, Miss C.
Daniels, C. A. Reed, S. Bleckley, An?
derson C. H.; F. S. Smith, Spartanburg;
Mrs. J. J. Goddard and two Misses God?
dard, Charleston; S. C. Gilbert, Augusta;
M. W. Abney, Edgefteld.
LIST OP NKW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Convocation Columbia Chapter.
C. F. Jackson-New and Stylish.
J. & T. li. Agnew-Bagging, Rope, ?fcc.
Meeting Columbia Rides.
THE SLIME OK TUF. RIVER'NILE-Is not moro
filthy and nial-odorous than tho thick sedi?
ment of tho hair coloring preparations sold in
darkened bottles. Per contra, PUALON'S VI?
TALIA, on SALVATION FOR TUE HAIR, tho only
article that will renew tho natural color of
gray hair, bas no sediment, and is perfectly
transparent. Sold by all druggiBtB and fancy
goods dealers. Blbf-3
TUF. attention of the reader is respectfully
invited to tho advertisement of Bradfield A
Co., iu another column. They aro undoubt?
edly selling tho best remedies out for the
diseases they aro recommended for. BRAD
FIELD'S FEMALE RF.UUI.ATOR and Dr. PBUTHITT'S
CELEBRATED LIVER MEUICINE, has certainly
cured moro afilicted persons than any .two
medicines of their age. Try thom and bo
well, aa these gentlemen guarantee satisfac
tion or money refunded. A 7
If tho testimony of aged persons who have
tested the vivifying and solacing properties of
LIPPMANN'S CREAT GERMAN BITTERS is
worthy of credence, they ar^ decidedly pre?
ferable to any of tho unmcdicated stimulants
or combinations of drugs and alcohol ordina
r ly prescribed to cheer tho spirits and
strengthen the systems of persons of an ad?
vanced age. These bitters produce no unna?
tural excitement, and these effects aro at onco
soothing and strengthening, and they coun?
teract to a great degree the depressing influ?
ence which tho decay of Ibo bodily energies
has upon tho animal spirits; it is, therefore-,
that it is acknowledged universally, that Lipp,
mann's Bitters aro cordial for tho aged. S412
A BEAUTIFUL THOUGHT.-It may be truth?
fully said that tho greatest of all blessings is
health, for without it tho joys vouchsafed aro
turned to sorrows. To all health is essential
fo; lifo*? enjoyment and pursuits, to tho
young and old, to tho rich and poor. Aro you
in search of wealth? Health ie necessary.
Do you desire oftico aud worldly honors
Of what avail would theso bo without health?
Tho beauties of spring, the selig of birds, tho
deep blue sky, tho rolling ocean, all havo a
pootic fascination which charms only tho
healthy in mind and body; but to tho sick
what aro these but mockeries. Tho body dis
eased, tho mind Bickly o'er with tho saddest
of thoughts. Obi that I may livo to appre?
ciate tho blessings of hoa.lth. Thisrioh boon
is within tho reach of all. Tho remedy at hand
in HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DEx.ionT.the health pa?
nacea. Now is tho time to try it. A 2