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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Thursday Horning, Sop to'r 29,1870.
Fire Alon? the Whole Linc.
From the offioial notice in another co?
lumn, it will bo seen that the Executive
Committee of the Stato Reform Party
propose that all the Reform batteries
open simultaneously on sales day in Oc?
tober next. The notice is porhap3 rather
late, but let us hope that it may roach all
tho divisions, and that boforo such a
concentrated fire, tho Sedan of radical?
ism may go down. To Richland, ex
Governor Vance, of N. C., Major Baxter,
of Newberry, and J. S. Richardson, Esq.,
of Sumter, havo beon assigned. These
gentlomon aro ull effective speakers, and
on behalf of tho Reformers of this city
nud Couuty, we would extend a hearty
welcome to thom.
How Centralism Han Wcoli.ciit.tl Km ncc.
The most awful and impressive lesson
taught by tho stupendous spectacle now
exhibiting in Franco for the warning of
nations, says the Now York World, is
tho enervating effect of a centralized
government on national strength. The
French are the most iugenious, culti?
vated and civilized of modern people.
They aro a nation of 40,000,000 consist?
ing of ono of tho best stocks of tho hu?
man race-bravo, impetuous, patriotic,
ambitious, smitten with the love of glory
and greatness; quick, adaptable, abound?
ing in every kind of resources; and yet
this great nation crumbles and collapses
under a few vigorous strokes from a rival
whose power is of yesterday. Two mil?
lions of its people aro enciroled and be?
sieged in their capital, and the remain?
ing 38,000,000, instead of organizing to
raise the Biege, release their compatriots,
and drive out the invader, aro paralyzed
spectators of this great national humilia?
If New York, instead of Paris, were
thus hummed in by an invading army,
with what prompt alacrity would tho
whole country rise in arms and rush to
its relief ! How little would au enomy
accomplish towards subduing this nation
by investing its metropolisl A central?
ized government partially realizes tho
wish of au uueient tyrant that tho whole
human racu had but one neck so that ho
could hang them all by one stretch of
tho rope. When tho French army is
beaten aud the French capital besieged,
the whole nation seems disabled for any
further immediate effort. This is a le?
gitimate consequence of the system
which permits no local lifo and represses
all self-prompted exertion anil independ?
ent activity on tho part of the people.
A vigorous, spontaneous political lifo in
all the parts of a groat em piro renders
absolutism so insecure that a deupot
cannot afford to tolerate it. His only
Bafoty lies in disaccustoming his peoplo
to the exercise of political functions,
and preventing their acquisition of those
habits of ready organization and concert
of action ou public occasions, by which
their dormant power eau bo rendered
efficient. Such efficiency might bo used
by tho people to vindicate their libertios.
Wheu a despot represses it to prevent
their making reclamations against him?
self, he equally weakens the power of
the nation to withstand foroign aggres?
sion when his armies have suffered de?
feat. A decentralized nation, in the full
enjoyment of local libertios, trained to
sclf-relianco, and accustomed to act in?
dependently of superior direction, can
bring its whole strength iuto organized
exertion on a Budden emergency. Like
"Vital in every part,
It cannot, but by annihilating, die."
The condition to which France has
been so suddenly reduced, is tho most
forcible argument furnished by modern
history against centralization, and in
favor of permitting free play to tho spirit
of locnl solf-regulation and self-help.
There is a philosophical passage in Do
Tocqucville, which wc are tempted to
quote in this connection: "Centraliza?
tion," ho says, "imparts without difti
culty au admirable regularity iu the rou?
tine of business; rules the details of the
social polico with regularity ; perpetuates
a drowsy precision in thc conduct of af?
fairs, which is hailed by tho heads of the
administration as a sign of perfect ordor
and public tranquility; in short, it ex?
cels moro iu prevention than iu action.
Its forco deserts it when society is to bo
disturbed or accelerated iu its course;
ami if the co-operation of private citi?
zens is necessary to t\v? furtherance of
its measures, the secret of its impotence
ia disclosed. Even while it invoke:; their
nssistauce, it is on thu condition that
they shall act precisely as tho Govern
mont chooses, and exactly in the manner
it appoints. These, however, aro not
tho conditions on which the alliance ol
tho human will is to bo obtained; its
carriage must bo free and its actions re?
sponsible, or (such i:i the constitution of
man) the citizen had rather remain a
passivo spectator than a dependent actor
in schemes with which he is unac?
Tho Charleston Republican contains
tho following correspondence:
BOOMS OP THE BEPUBIJCIAN
STATE EXECUTIVE COMSHTTE,
GHAKLESTON, S. C., Sept. 22, 1870.
Maj. E. W. Seibles, Secretary and Treas?
urer "Union Reform Party," Coltan
bia, S. C.
Sn?: Capt. F. W. Dawson and othors
of the Union Boform Party hove spoken
to me on the subject of the ensuing
election in this State, setting forth their
desire to have joint committees appoint?
ed for each polling precinct throughout
tho State, say two from each party,
whose duty it will be to seo that fair play
is had at the polls and in the canvassing
of tho votes, to which I heartily agree.
Mr. Oardozo, Mr. MaokeyandMr. Nash,
of the Republican Exeoutive Committee,
to whom I havo spoken, concur.
Of course it will bo a matter for tho
decision of tho County canvassers, as to
whether or not these committees will bo,
os such, permitted to witness inquisito?
rially the canvassing of tho votes. In
my judgment tho pinn ought to recom?
mend itself to both parlies. In any
case I shall do what I can in this and
every other way legitimately to secure a
fair election. Though a candidate my?
self, I should spuru from me the thought
of occupying au oilice that has been se?
cured by fraud or violence.
I do not think that tho Reform party
need fear, whether this plan is adopted
or not, that the Ropublicau party iutend
to elect its candidates by any other than
fair and legitimate means.
An early reply will much obligo
A. J. RANSIER,
Chairman Rep. State Ex. Com.
E. W. M. MACKEY, Seo'y R. S. E. C.
CAMDEN, S. C., September 24, 1870.
Hon. A. J. Ransier, Chairman Republican
Slate Executive Committee.
Sin: On bohalf of tho Executive Com?
mittee of the Union Reform Party, I
take pleasure in acknowledging the com?
munication of the 22d inst., addressed
to Major E. W. Soibels, tho Seoretary of
the Committee, communicating the
assent of tho Executive Committee of
tho Republican Party, to the appoint?
ment of a joint committoe of two per?
sons from each party, at each polling
precinct in tho State, "to seo that fair
play is had at tho polls and in tho can?
vassing of tho votes," at the ensuing
Though, as you suggest, tho proposed
arrangement might not bo acceded to by
tho Managers and Commissioners, yet
tho plan is so just, and 30 admirably
calculated to allay tho apprehensions of
the people, already so greatly excited,
and to satisfy all of the fairness of the
election, that it is scarcely to bo expect?
ed that any will refuse their accord with
the very commendable views contained
in your letter.
lu tho present temper of tho people,
it is not only neccossary that the elec?
tions should be fairly conducted, but
that all should know that they had been
We therefore willingly agree to your
proposition, and will tako proper mea?
sures to carry it into operation on our
part, lam, sir, respectfully, Seo.,
J. B. KERSHAW,
Chairman Executive Committee Union
Tho Winchester rifles, teu boxes of
them, and seven boxes of ammunition,
an i ved at the depot on Saturday last.
These are to be distributed among
Scott's colored militia.
A company of white men was orga?
nized at this placo, some months ago,
and tendered to the Governor. They
have not been received.
A colored company, wo arc informed,
haH beeu received.
We would advise tho white company
to keep up their organization. They
should not drill in violation of Scott's
proclamation-they need no drilling.
Scott may not givo them Winohester
rifles, but they all havo guus. Heaven
forefend the necessity for using them!
Tn ii Tunen G HEAT FAIISS.-People
who have time aud money may make a
delightful circuit this fall-tho circuit of
the three great Fairs. Tho Augusta
Fair begius on Tuesday, tho 25th of
October, and lasts livo days. Tho Fair
of the South Carolina Institute, in
Charleston, begins on Tuesday, tho 1st
of November, and also lasts iivo days.
Tho State Fair in Columbia begins on
Wednesday, tho Otb of November, and
lasts threo days. Each one is to bo ou n
graud scale; and each city will, in all re?
spects, put its best foot foremost. A
week in Augusta, a week in Charleston,
aud a week in Columbia. Such a trip
might bo made equally delightful aud
Tho Republicans of Illinois refuse to
work quietly iu tho party traces on the
tariff question. They have, in conven?
tion assembled, passed a resolution de?
daring that Congress has no right to
impose taxes "except for tho mainte?
nance of the Government, the payment
of its debts, aud the promotion of the
general welfare;" and that it is "wrong?
ful and oppressive" to "enact revenue
laws for tho special ndvantngo of ono
branch of business at tho expenso of
another." This looks as if tho people
of tho West were coming to their senses.
High tariffs will uo longer bo tolerated
either in Missouri or Illinois.
[New Orleans Tina's.
M. Sedillot, ono of tho most distin?
guished surgcous in Paris, baa found a
nearly infallible means of preventing tho
pain and suffering occasioned by surgi?
cal operations. By means of au electri?
cal apparatus, ho raises tho temperature
of hhs instruments to a white heat, and
then performs tho operation, which is
.scarcely felt by tho patient, as burns at
that iutense heat cause little or no pain.
The Radical* and the Germana.
Tho radical demagogues who sought
to make party capital out of their sym?
pathy for the Germans, in the war now
going on in Europe, have involved them?
selves and their party in an embarrass?
ing dilemma. As> long os the Germans
were all united in the prosecution of the
war, and the parties thereto wore King
William and Louis Napoleon, it was
quito a cheap and profitable display of
sympathy to hurrah for tho German eide.
But now, since the downfall of Napoleon
and tho organization of a republic, and
ita recognition by President Grant, tho
issuo becomes apparently one between a
King invading and n republic defending
its people, and tho radicals find their
position quite a difficult one. They aro
between tho Scylla of offending tho Ger?
mans and tho Charybdis of placing
themselves in antagonism with a repub?
lic, and in favor of th?) strongest and
most absoluto monarch "by tho grace of
God" iu Europe How can they run
with Kiug William and hold with tho
French Republic? Several of tho New
York journals of tho radical persuasion
havo essayed to extricate themselves
from this perplexity, by tentatively sug?
gesting that tho German people would
not justify King William in prosecuting
the war against tho French Republic and
people. But tho Teuton response is uot
encouraging. Meetings have been held
in New York by the Gormans, at which
they declare that they will approve aud
support tho war as ardently against tho
pooplo of Franco as they did when it
waa Waged against Louis Napoleon. They
will not bo blarneyed away from their
origiual position, but stick to Kiug Wil?
liam. With them, it is a war of race
against race. Even tho old King's rofu<
sid to treat with the Republic, and his
offor to accept aud consider propositions
from tho Emperor and tho Regency, ap?
pear to havo the approval of his German
followers. Thoy announced at tho begin
liing that tho war was against tho ruler
who provoked it, and not against the poo?
plo of Franco. Yet, when that ruler is a
captive, they proposo to reiustato him or
his dynasty, and to treat with ono or tho
other for peace. This, at least, is tho
last version of King William's position,
Wo trust it is an erroneous one, how
muchsoevor we should rejoice over the
embarrassments it would bring upon tho
radical demagogues who have so dishon?
estly sought, by falso pretences, to ap?
propriate German votes and influcuco in
our political contesta, by hollow profes?
sions and demagogical demonstrations.
[ New Orleans I'imes.
A TRAGEDY: IN* INDIANA-PROBABLE
DODBIIE MURDER AND SUICIDE.-A cor?
respondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer,
writing from Indianapolis, 18 th instant,
It seems that a young man named
Long in other days had paid his ad?
dresses to a Misa Winship, tho daughter
of Mr. Jesse Winship, who lives on a
farm uear tho village of Milroy. Ho
hail made proposals of marriage, but was
rejected through tho iullueuco of the
mother. Tho daughter subsequently
married Mr. Jackman, and the newly
married couple were living in tho neigh?
borhood. On last Friday night Long
carao to tho residence of Jackman, and
giving a fatso name, wanted admittance.
Tho family, fearing there was no good
will iu bia request, refused his eutrauce.
Fiuding that be was determined to break
in, Jackman and his wife ran ovor to
air. Rico's, near by. Bice und Jackman
then returned to Jackman's residence,
ami seeing no oue, entered tho house and
got dowu a rifle, which they began to
load, wheu Long rushed in ou them with
a rovolvor, and firiug, shot Jackman
through tho arm. Then turning to Rico
he said: "You are Jackman's friend, aro
you? I will kill you." Ho fired,
autl shot Rice through tho neck, and
.seeing him fall, ho then escaped, but his
devilish work was not yet doue. Ho
wcut over to Jesse Wiuship's, aud rous?
ing np tho family ho shot Mrs. Wiuship,
aud then loft. Going homo to his
father's, ho told them what he had done,
and then turuiug his revolver to his
head, bo blew out his own bruins. It
was thought very doubtful whether Mrs.
Winship or Rice would survive. The
wholo country is wild with excitement,
and hundreds aro runuiug to see tho
wounded and learn tho particulars of
tho terrible affair. Tho families aro all
of tho first respectability, and tho Wiu?
ship family is among tho wealthiest in
A letter from Haleigh, North Carolina,
states that soon after tho meeting of tho
now Legislature, articles of impeachment
will bo preferred against Gov. Holden,
and that as far as tho facts aro now
known, no doubt is felt thut a two-thirds
vote ol' tho Houso of tho Legislature
will bu secured in favor of them for a
trial iu tho Scuato. Ho will be charged
with tho violation of tho habeas corpus
clause of tho Constitution, and tho laws
of tho Legislature of that State niado in
pursuauco thereof, though other specifi?
cations will be included in the proposed
"Ah! Is it possible that you aro still
alive?" said a fellow on meeting ono
whom be bud grossly injured, "l'es,
und kicking,''replied tho other, suiting
tho action to tho word.
Q Ci(\C\ ACHES of LAND ill barnwell,
O.UUU Oil tho Edisto.
761) ACHES in Kershaw in lots 1? suit.
HOUSE amt LOX in Columbia-$12,000.
1 I hmso in tbif city, $5,000.
IfOL'SE and tliirteon acres LAND, near tho
city-?3,000. Apply lo JOHN HAU8KETT,
Attorney at baw and Heal Entato Agent.
Sept SH ly
??.M.. .KTST to hand. No. 1, 2, and
;\*Q'L&2 3 MACKEREL, catch of 1870.
For ?air by OKOJIQE SVMMEltB.
A (\ f\(\(\ LI'S. superior IKON
41-vJ.vJvJVj TIES, for salo low by
Sept'J E. HOPE.
S. W. POUTER.
R. M. STEELE.
T 33I 33 LADIES,
AND ALL IN NEED OF
SOMETHING TO WEAR.
THE variod and oxtcnslvo assortment of
GOODS jiiBt rocoived, at PORTER A
STEEL'S EaironiuM, offers a raro opportunity
to dry gooda buyers, who would combino eco?
nomy with good tanto.
Our stocuH, in each department, aro now
completo, and will boar comparison with any
in tho city. Wo challongo competition. Our
frionds, and tho public, aro invited to call and
examino for themselves, when wo fool confi?
dent that tho lownoHB of our prices, and
quality or our goods, will ensuro their custom.
We qnoto below a few of our leadors:
TARTAN PLAIDS, in all materials; Silk
Poplins, Roubaix Poplins, Empress Cloths,
Merinos, Oomlct Cloths, DombazmcB, Alpaean,
Dclaiuos, Shawls, CloakB and Furs, Blankets,
Plano)*, Woolen Gooda, Gloves, Hosier}.
f MALI. WA It US.
An unequaled lino of Domestic Goods, Table
Linens, Towels, Dolleys, Diapers, lied Ticks.
\Vo would call special attention to our
Gout's Furnishing Department, consist lug of
Dress Shirts, Under-clothing, English and
French Casaimeres, Domestic Cassiineris,
Twoods, Tubby Velvets, Jeans, otc.
fcept 2S 3mo POUTER ft STEELE.
TllbS day, a largo lot of WHITE AND CO?
LORED QUILTS, at VERY LOW PRICES.
DRESS GOODS, in every style.
Deautiful New Sashes of VELVET AND
SILK. PLAID GOODS for children.
TABLE DAMASK and LINEN TOWELS,
Tho NEW LACE-it is beautiful.
Tho NEW UOOr SKIRT, at
C. F. JACKSON'S,
Sept 22 Main t-trccb^
?riu<; Gil AN I)
Cotton States Mechanics and Agricul?
tural Fair Association
AUGUSTA, Ga., OCTOUKIl 25, 1S70.
RAILROADS carry v?8?torB or articles for
exhibition at half rates. No cfTortB havo
been spared to mako tho EXHIBITION tho
most attractivo ever held in tho Cotton States.
Over $16.000 in Premiums!
TRO TT I X G Af A T G IT E S, ?fc C
ST Competition from all scctiona invited.
Af For Premium List or information, ad
drosH, E. H. GRAY, fclecretarv.
Sept 27 fi_Augusta, GA.
The Misses Martin
WILL resuruo tho exercises of
their SCHOOL on MONDAY, Octo
Musical Department, aB hercto
'fore, under chargo of Prof. Plato.
Fronch-Dr. J. C. Faber, l'ro
foBsor of Modern Languages.
Claaaos will bo formod in Latin, Drawing and
Painting. _ July 20,188.8.131.52.38.211.30,01.2
DB. LEWIS' two STORE HOUSES, on
. Richardson and Laurel streets, former?
ly occupied by Thomas J. A ll. M. Gibson,
havo undorgono thorough repairs, aro now
roady to rent. Buaiucsa men dish ing good
st?nde, will do well to inquire on thc premi?
ses for information. S. KRAFT,
Sept 28 Agent.
Pure Apple Brandy.
11HE beat articlo in uso for sea
. Boning DeaertB, Puddings, Ac,
so aay connoisseurs, at mode?
rate prices, bv
L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
Newspaper in Lexington.
IWILL comnienco at an early day thc pub?
lication, at Lexington Court Houae, of a
weekly paper, THE LEXINGTON DESPATCH,
and I will soon visit tho city of Columbia, for
tho purpose of canvassing for advertisements
and subscriptions. Its principles will bo anti
Radical. GODFREY M. HARMAN,
Sept 21 Proprietor.
OF tho Executive Committeo of tho Union
Reform Party is over the Savings Bank.
All persons friendly lo tho CAUSO, will have
access to tho ro< in at any limo of tho day,
where they can BOO tho papers, and got the
news, Ofiico hours from from 'J to ll a. i
ami from 5 to 6 p. m. E. W. SEIBEI.S,
July 28 Sec. and Treas. Ex. Com.
TnE undersigned have associated with them
Mr. CIARLES F. JANNEY as a partner
in tho practice of law. Thc business of Hie
firm will be conducted in the narnu of CAR?
ROLL, MELTON ft JANNEY.
Office at Columbia, S. C.
Sept 22 12* CARROLL ft MELTON.
Guns and Ammunition.
rCST received by William (Haze, lino Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, lino Eng?
lish Powder, iu Canisters, Shot and Capa, of all
fcind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A Co.'A Banking House. Dec IC
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!!
0/"V/^ BARRELS FLOUR, consisting in
OUU part of Choleo Family Flour, "/fte
bent in the warbt;" also, Extra and Super Flour,
at ecru lowest Market price? for cash, for sale
by_ J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
?}/\f \ LilS. NEW FEATHERS, for sale by
j?\J\J Sept 27 2 T. J. ft H. M. GIBSON.
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
dealers by EDWARD HOPE.
Bagging, Rope, Twine and Cotton Tic3
AFULL SUPPLY constantly on hand and
for Halo low, bv J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
L?rick ft Lowrunco have a nice lot of
rugs and mats at reduced prices. They
gave us one.
BABUECDE AND PIC-NIC.-There will bo
a Reform, barbecno and pic nic at Lees?
ville, (Lexington,) on Saturday next, to
whioh "all persons aro invited."
The New York World says that Gen.
Ripley, ox-Coufoderato, of South Caro?
lina, has received n commission in tho
Fronch army, and is engaged on tho do
fences of Paris.
On last Monday evening, there was a
spirited meeting of the Reform Clubs at
the Independent Eugino House. Ou
Fridny next, tho Reform Club of Wards
?1 and -1 will meet nt tho Palmetto Engine
House-meeting at half-past 7, p. m.
POSTOFFJCE nouns.-Northern mail
opens 4.30 P. M. ; closes ll A. M.
Charleston aud Grecuvillo, open ?1.30
P. M. ; closo 5.'JO A. ?VI.
Western, opens 12.JO P. M.; closes
2.45 P. M.
Charleston, evening, opens 8 A.M.;
closes 0 P. M.
OOioo open Sundays from half-past
4 o'clock to half-past 5.
TUE LATE JOSEPH DAVIS, OF MISSIS?
SIPPI.-Our cotemporary, the New Or
lcans Times, announces, in eulogistic
terms, the death of this gentleman, thc
brother of ex-President Lavis. Ho died
iu tho eighty-sovcuth year of his age.
Ile was a mau of marked character, aud
exerted great influence in his native
State. It is said that tho ties that bound
the brothers together were peculiarly aud
An infantry company, (white,) from
Chester-Capt. Mills-has been tender?
ed to tho Governor, who wants timo to
consider. A cavalry company, (white,)
-Capt. Walker-has been acceptod.
This company is also from Chester.
Wc learn, also, of a whito company
from Edgefiold being accepted, but the
Governor has no arms for them. Tho
arms and ammunition aro for his "loyal
We regret to aunouueo that tho inju?
ries received by Captain Beckham ou
Monday last, by his horse runuiug away,
has resulted iu his death. Captain Beck?
ham was ouo of our most successful
planters; aman of high character, and a
useful citizen, such an ono ns wo can
illy afford to loso at this time. Ho was
one of the original partuers iu tho largo
dry goods business of Mr. Robert Shiver,
aud a half brother of that geutlomau.
Wo join his many friends iu tendering
to tho family our heart-felt sj-mpathies.
Dr. Crane has been lecturing for seve
rul nights at Nickerson's Hall. Tho Doc?
tor states that ho hus long boen endea?
voring to find tho mau who knows moro
thau himself with regard to man iu all
of his relations. "No pent-up Utica
contracts his powers," but tho whole
field of knowledge is his. In his lec?
ture, tho Doctor passes over n vast range
of subjects. In his phrenological deve?
lopments, it seemed to us that the lec?
turer's /orle lay iu general propositions
rather thau in specific points. Tho Doc?
tor's system of treating diseases is by
APPOINTMENTS.-Tho followiog named
gentlemen havo been nppoiutcd to ad?
dress the citizens of South Carolina, iu
the interests of tho Union Reform Tarty,
on salo day in October:
Abbeville-R. B. Carpenter and
Anderson-Robt. Aldrich aud Thomas
Barnwell-F. L. Yeomans.
Beaufort-R. S. Bruns and J. N. Na
Chester-W. II. Wallace.
Chesterfield-II. W. Bovd aud F. F.
Clarendon-C. W. Dudley.
Colletou-B. H. Rutledge.
Darlington-M. C. Butler.
Edgcfield-J. B. Kershaw aud Hou.
n. S. Fitch, of Savannah.
Fairfield-J. P. Thomas and F. W.
Greenville-J. G. McKissick.
Horry-W. S. Mullins and Richard
Lancaster-W. M. Shannou, Esq.
Laurens-M. L. Bonham.
Lexington-E. W. Seibels and W. T.
Marion-J. II. Hudson and C. G.
Mern m inger.
Marlboro-T. Y. Simons.
Newberry-James Cothrau and M. P.
Orangeburg-C. H. Simoutou and J.
Piekeus--W. L. DoPoss.
Oconeo-.-'atuuol McGowan and ll. W.
Richland-Ex-Gov. Z. B. Vance, Jas.
M. Baxter and J. S. Richardson.
Sumter-Wade Hampton and John D.
Union-Y. J. Popo and D. R. Dun?
Williamsburg-Henry Buist and R. W.
Bey mon r.
York-Gabriel Cannon, S. P. Hamilton
uni 1J. C. Prcsslcy.
Spartanburg-W. K. Easloy and J. P.
Ueorgetown-R. S. Duryea and S. W.
Sont! your daughters to tho Fomalo
College, nt Duo Weet. The session opons
Monday, tho 3d October.
REFORM IN BEAUFORT.-We learn from
the Charleston papers that Messrs.
Carpentor, Butler, and other speakers
recently addressed a largo mooting at
Beaufort, and it is said did so with
Tho remains of John J. Flynn wero
deposted in the cemetery of tho Catholic
Church, in this city, on yesterday after?
noon. Mr. Flynn was a yonug man of
promise, aud his curly death is lamented
by many iu this community. Tho ven?
erable Father Birmingham ofliciated on
tho snd occasion.
THE STATE ELECTION.-Our renders
will read tho correspondence ou this
subject, to bo found iu another place.
When the details ' havo been arranged,
it will ho time enough for us to express
nu opinion ns to the merits of tho plan
to ensure a fair election. <\s thc matter
now stands, the so-called ai rangement
amounts to nothing. It is vague and
indefinite. Somthiug more is wanted
besides fair words.
TUE COLUMBIA BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION organized last evening.
Tho following officers wero elected:
President-John P. Thomas.
Directors-E. H. Hciuitsh, G. A.
Shields, W. C. Swalfiold, John McKenzie,
R. O'Ncalo, Jr., Dr. John Fisher.
Secretary aud Treasurer-A. G. Bre
A Committee on By-Laws was appoint?
ed, and tho regular meetings of the
Association fixed for the first Mouday
evening iu each month.
HOTEL- ARRIVALS-September 28
Columbia Hold.-L. M. Gentry, wife and
three children, Spartanburg; J. O.
Davis, circus; C. Brauning, St. Louis;
A. W. Higgins, Ala.; D. W. Riod, Mrs.
Foster Blodgett, two children and ser?
vant, Mrs. Hugh Augier aud child, Ga.;
Joseph Walkor, Spartanburg; Thomas
McNally, A. H. Foster, Uuion; T. C.
Pool, Miss Pool, Miss Maunie Pool,
Newberry; John F. Taylor and wife,
Charleston; S. Aguew aud wife, Honea
Path; H. L. Kendall, Md.; Jonathan
Ducas, wifo, two children and servant,
Darlington; C. Leo, N. C.; J. L. Smith,
Brooklyn; Alex. McBee, Greenville; T.
J. Hisler, B. A. Henry, Ga.; W. H.
Evans, Miss Mary E. Martin, Miss Josie
Martin, Miss C. A. Cudworth, Charles?
ton; W. A. Bradley, Ga.; C. McCumber,
Wm. Bliss, Dellaveu's Circus.
dickerson House-H. E. Clark and
I wife, Augusta; L. O'Neal, Edgefield;
|S. F. Houston, Charlotte; Mrs. and Mr.
C. B. Cochran, Miss M. R. Donn, Charl?
ton; Newell Keglaud, Richmond; C. A.
C. Waller, L. M. Jordan, Greenwood;
J. M. Roam, James Kirby, W. H. Hig?
son, Fraukliu; Miss A. J. Emerson,
Greenville; W. H. Cranfield, Virginia;
A. S. Williamson and lady, J. L. Wil?
liamson, N. C. ; J. H. Goudell, Savan?
nah; A. R. Childs, Ga.; Thos. R. Devens,
C. S. Boidem, H. G. Couray, Samuel H.
Schomoshow, New York; N. B. Walker,
Macon; W. S. Berm, Augusta; John A.
Hamilton, Orangeburg; Miss A. M.
Burkley, Greenville; H. P. Adams, S.
C.; J. J. Johusou, II. J. Curoway, Now
LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Miss Heriot-School Notice.
A. S. A J. M. Talbot-Mules, Horses.
Mrs. Levy-School Notice.
Barnwell & Mouteith-State of S. C.
Meeting of Acacia Lodge.
Uarpiu Higgs-Store for Sale.
A BEAUTIFUL Imanar.-It may bc truth?
fully uaiil that tho greatest nf all blessings is
health, for without it the joys vouchsafed are
turned to sorrows. To all health is essential
tb* life's enjoyment and. pursuits, to the
young and old, to the rieh and poor. Are you
in search ot' wealth? Health is necessary.
Do you dosiro oflico and worldly honors
Of what avail would these be without health'.'
Tho beauties of spring, the song of birds, the
deep blue sky, the rolling ocean, all have a
poetic fascination which charms only the
healthy in mind and body; but tu the sick
what are these but mockeries. The body dis
cased, tho mind sickly o'er with the saddest
of thoughts. Oh! that 1 may live to appre?
ciate the blessings of health. This rich boon
is within tho reach of all. The remedy at hand
in HEI.MTSU'S QUEEN'S DELIMIT, the health pa?
nacea. Now is thc time to try it. A 2
"It's mity curis," said Mrs. Partington to
Ike, while ret ding about tho impending war
in Europe, "that tho II oller horn creates such
an ado in Ynrrup, when it's sich a common
diseaso among the cattle in Amer ky." Tho
old lady, having delivered herself of thc
abovo, took a dose of la PI-MAN'S (I ?EAT OEU
SL\N BITTERS to cheer her depressed spirits,
and resumed her knitting.
Lippman's Bitters aro lor sale by all drug
gistw and dealers. Depot iii Columbia, S. C.,
at ?EIUEM St McGttEoon's, Druggists. B 18
TUF. attention of the reader is respectfully
invited to the advertisement of Bradfield ?
Co., in another column. They are undoubt?
edly selling the best remedies out for the
diseases they aro recommended tor. Binn
ri ELD'S FEMALE REOCLATOII and Dr. Pmu'iirrr's
CELEIIRATED LIVED MEDICINE, has certainly
cured more afflicted persons than any two
medicines of their agc?. Try them and bo
well, as theso goutlcmi n guarantee satisfac
lion or money refunded. A 7
Fi vu CEN rn ADDITIONAL will buy shots with
silver or copper tips, which will save the
buyer the prico of a ne w pair of shoes. Com?
pared willi ragged toes and dirty stockings,
they aro beautiful, to say the least. Parents,
I ry'it. S 8 tlil3
Creme Bo La Creme.
1 BARBELS very superior FAMILY
.loo barrels low priced and medium qualities.
Ki ) rsa le Jj >W In_EDWARD HOPE.
g\ BUSHELS PRIME SEED RYE, for ralo
?i'O bv EDWARD HOPE.