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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Friday Morninu, September 30, 1870.
Agricultural fairs are of special im?
portance to tho people of the South,
whero tho change ia tho system of labor
and its increasing cost have rendered it
important to take advantage of any im?
provement that may facilitate work in
the fields. The application of machine?
ry to agricultural operations hos been
steadily increasing of late years, and is
destined to ploy a still moro important
part in our futuro agriculture. There is
in general an opportunity of examining
thcBo at agricultural fairs, and also the
various fertilizers offered for balo, and
tho different methods of cultivation,
which no farmer eau afford to neglect.
Even as sooial festivals agricultural fairs
are to be highly prized for tho hearty
aud innocent enjoyment by which they
are attended, the exchange of kindly
greetings, and the revival of old associa?
tions and friendships.
The Baltimore Sun speaking on this
subject, remarks: "Thero oanuot bo a
moro suggestive contrast presentod than
that of the cultivators of onr own soil as?
sembled at those triumphs of peaceful
industry, andsthe unfortunate laborers
? Of Europe, arrayed against each other
?? with the destructive implements of war,
and celebrating victories which involve
. generalpovertyand agricultural ruin."
RAISING CAIN-CAIN'S EFFIGY CAR?
BI ED ON HIGH AND BURNT.-About 8
o'clock last night a large number of co?
lored men, headed by a drum corps,
marched through some of tho principal
streets, bearing aloft an effigy of R. H.
Cain. Above the head was a placard in?
scribed "Cain, the Traitor." This dis?
play seemed to delight the orowd very
much. Finally the procession entered
the Military Hall, tho orowd shouting
and singing, "Down with tho Traitors,
ap with the Flag," Ac. In the hall wero
assembled about 500 colored mon, in?
cluding the members of the procession.
The effigy was placed against the plat?
form, and the crowd amused themselves
"by shaking their fists and sticks in its
face, and asking it questions, such as:
"Did you call that convention?" "How
many more mortgages will you let the
Democrats lift from your church?"
"Will yon stand by your nominations?"
After considerable confusion, H. H.
Hunter was called to tho chair and W.
H. Birney elected secretary. Speeches
were delivered by Hunter, Taft and oth?
ers. The speeches consisted in denun?
ciations of Cain, the convention, and of
.eulogies of tho IIurley-Bowen conven?
tion. The speeches concluded, the line
was reformed, tho effigy carried to the
vicinity of Cain's house, where it was
burned, amid the firing of rockets and
the shouts of the crowd.
A SOOTH CAROLINA SENATOR IN TROU?
BLE.-Most of our readers have, no
doubt, seen tho Quo team which Arnim,
the carpet-bag Senator from tho Edge
field District, is io tho habit of driviug
when he comes to Augusta. Ou yester?
day, it appears, that the Legislator and
his horao got into trouble whilo on tho
rebellious soil of Georgia. It seems that
the horse and buggy were standing in
front of the Globe Hotel, in charge of a
negro, when the Deputy City Sheriff,
Mr. Levy, approached tho owner, who
stood on tho pavement a few feet from
his proper ty. The officer informed the
honorable carpet-bagger that a party in
this city, to whom he owed money, had
sued out an attachment against his
horse, aud that either the money or the
animal must come immediately. Arnim
parleyed for a few miuules, and while
doing so, gave his negro boy a signal to
drive back to Hamburg. Tho driver
?obeyed, and tho horse's head being
turned up Jackson street, drove rapidly
to Ellis street and then went down that
street, making for the Savannah River.
As soon as the Sheriff saw tho move,
however, ho ran down Broad street at
full speed, and headod the horse on Cen?
tre street, a short distance from tho
bridge. The officer at once took pos?
session, and tho Senator waa forced to
pay up.-Augusta Chronicle and Sent i ntl.
HORRIBLE ACCIDENT.-Yesterday morn?
ing, nbout ll o'clock, a colored mau
named Bristol Mitchell, employed by the
Marine River Phosphate Mining and
Manufacturing Company, iu loading
phosphate rook from tho North Atlantic
wharf, became ontaugled in tho rope of
tho steam hoisting engine. Ho was im?
mediately drawn over tho drum aud his
head was crushed between tho couuect
iug rod and tho boiler, killing him in?
stantly. He had been in tho employ of
tho company only ono day. A jury of
inquest was summoned by Coroner
Whiting, who rendered a verdict of ac?
cidental death. No blame whatever is
attached to tho engineer. Bristol was a
good mau aud a faithful worker.
Gen. Grant's despatch to Maretzek:
"I am delighted that you havo thrashed
ihe scoundrel Jim Fisk. Ho has lied
about mo and my dear brother-in-law
No. 18. Ho insulted mo at Long
Branch. Go for him again. Givo him
unshirtcd thunder. My administration
will staud by you. No longer lot us have
DEMOCRATIC VICTORY IN NASHVILLE.
Nashvillo, wherein radicalism has so
long run a fearful rigg by an immcuso
majority, was revolutionized last Satur?
day-giving 2,000majority for the Demo?
Why Not Attack Parle-Will Parla
Sacked!-King -William's First ?Army
The following lotter, whiob appears in
tho New York Ijfaening Post, derives its
ohief interest frpm the faot thai' it WOB
written by FranoiB Lieber, L L. DM a
Prussian by birth, and in early lifo a
soldier in the army of his country at the
time when the first Napoleon waged
warfare against it. Dr. Lieber enjoys
tho reputation of being one of tho
most distinguished publicists in the
Persons, and of course some journals,
begin to express the opinion that attack?
ing Paris is barbarous and little less than
a crime against humanity. Why, then,
was Paris fortified? Why is auy place
fortified? Because people think that
Borne day en enemy may march upon it,
and that it must not bo open to hostile
occupation without duo deronco. This
was especially the case with Paris.
Paris is considered as Franoe intensifi?
ed; it had been occupied in 1814 and
1815; M. Thiers resolved to fortify it;
many French people raised their voices
agaiust this exposure of the capital, but
they were not listened to; and now,
when au army, challenged to come out
and war with France, victoriously ap?
proaches this fortified city, aery is heard:
Do not touch our precious Paris! Did
not tho French bombard even Borne,
and that in a most unjustifiable war? If
tho Fronch tremble so much at the idea
cf a bombardment of Paris, the com?
plete remedy is at band-surrender it.
It is known from 1815 what orderly
victors tho Prussians aro.
The ParaisianB ought to remember
that their lives and property are en?
dangered by foes very different from the
manly, cultivated German soldier. The
Beds, the sanseuloltfs, led by sansculottes
a gants glacis. These are the barbarians
who threaten French sooiety, and there
would be nothing surprising in it if, be?
fore ten days or a fortnight has elapsed,
wo should hear that a committee of
throe, with tho tri-color sash, had gono
to tho Prussian headquarters to imploro
protection against tho Socialists, who
cried at their symposia, Vive Jesus Christ
Prussians would not saok Paris, oven
should they enter it scaling and fighting.
The other German troops would not be
worse. Tho whole conduct of tho Gor?
man army so far guarantees it, tho army
orders presage it.
I translate the very first general army
order issued by the royal commander of
the great army on tho 8th of last month,
and en passant, ask tho reader to com?
paro it with Gen. Bonaparte's first pro?
clamation to tho French citizen soldiers
iu Italy, ia which he tolls them that he
is going to lead them into a country
whero they will find booty to their heart's
This is a verbal translation of tho
AHM Y ORDEHS.
"Soldiers: Tho pursuit of tho enemy,
repulsed by bloody contests, has held a
largo proportion of our army over tho
frontier. Several corps will step this
day on ?tho French soil. I expect that
the discipline, by which you have dis?
tinguished yourselves so far, will be ob?
served especially on hostilo ground. We
do not war with tho peaceable inhabi?
tants of tho country; on the
contrary, it is the duty of every
honor-loving soldier to protect pri?
vate property and not to suffer
that the good name of our army be
sullied even by a few instances of law?
lessness. I roly on tho good spirit per?
vading the army, but also on tho severi?
ty and circumspection of all command?
"Headquarters Homberg (in Alsatio.)
The straightforward uimplicity and
severity cannot bo overlooked. There
is no flattery; no affectation; it is plain
and soldierly morality, aud tho whole
meant in good earnest. Tho writer
knows Prussian discipline in conquered
countries from personal experience in
Commend tho New York platform for
a good broad swing to it that is comfort?
able and roomy. It sympathizes with
Frauce, Cuba and Leland; it is for
united Germany; it is for free, cheap law
and equal taxes. Bully for that! It re?
minds ouo of tho China doctor's specific
for delirium tremens. Ho had thirty
specifics for all tho known diseases ex?
cept delirium tremens, so ho inado a
compound of all his remedies on tho
suggestion that some ono of them would
be auro to cure it. If tho Democracy dou't
oarfy Now York by a huudred thousand
majority thero is uo virtuo in platforms.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-Coroner Whit?
ing held an inquest yesterday on the
body of an uukuowu colored man, who
was ruu over by tho down passenger
train of the South Carolina Railroad,
when eleven miles from tho city. Ho
was lying drunk between tho track, and
was not discovered in timo to prevent
tho catastrophe. A bottlo of whiskey
was fouud on his person. Tho testimony
fully exonerated tho officers of the road,
aud attributed tho death to accident.
j Charleston News.
Dr. Socrates Maupin has resigned as
Chairman of tho Faculty of tho Uni?
versity of Virginia. His name has bcou
intimately associated with this position
for tho last sixteou years, and a moro
faithful official has never lilied it. He
will now devote himself to tho Chair of
Chemistry aud Pharmacy, which ho has
so successfully filled for a loug term of
years. Professor Charles S. Venablo has
beeu electod to fill tho vacancy.
A young ruffian, who had violated his
obligations as a member of tho Lodgo of
Good Templars at Oswego, by appear?
ing at a mooting with a bottlo of whis?
key, added injury to insult afterward,
when called up for expulsion, by "ex?
pelling" his quondam brothers from tho
room with a club.
Now York Lion Lagor, to bo had nt
GEORGE W. DoHAVEN'B
GREAT SENSATION CU!
THE GREAT SHOW OF THE PERIOD!
RK-PITTEU, II. K-ARR A IV G EU AND
HK-OBGANISE?, WITH NEW
and Startling Specialities for
th? Spring ami Summer
Sensau of 1870.
GEO. W. Dall AVEN.Manager.
O. MoCUMUEU.General Agent.
H. Q. STOKES.Equestrian Director.
HERR FRIDEY.Leader of Orchestra.
G. W. ZEROED.Treasurer.
F. H. CALDWELL .Master of Circle.
fi EORGE W. DEHAVEN, in returning his
\JC sincero and heart-felt thanks to thc pub
he for their patronage so liberally bestowed
upon him in tho past, takes great pleasure in
assuring tho anmscmcut-loving peoplo, that
bo has unsparingly lavished timo, energy, and
moans, to collect in ono Grand Combinai ion
tho best talent afforded by either Hemisphere,
in tho way of Equestrians, Athletes and Gym?
nasts, and with pride announces to tho public
tho names of a few members of his Company
who help to form this Great Centralization of
Talent. Among tho bright constellation will
M'LLE ZULEILA, tho Colebrated Fomale
Gymnast or .Erial Fairy.
MISS KATIE STOKES, tho Charming
Tho Wonderful ELLA, thc Paragon of
Beauty, Gracu aud Artistic Merit.
M'LLE LERURTE, tho Celebra-od Dramatic
and EqucBtrienic Artist.
8. Q. STOKES, with his European Tronpo of
MR. CHARLES LOWERY, tho Celebrated
MONS. SEVILLA, thoP.onowned Equestrian,
from tho Cirque Napoleon, Paris.
JAMES WILSON, thc Dashing Equestrian.
Tho DAVENPPORT BROTHERS, in their
Wonderful Aerobatic. Peats.
SIG. BLISS, "tho Man Fly," in his Startling
and Miraculous Antipodean Feat.
MONS. RICARDO, the Modem Samson, in
his Wonderful Athletic Peats.
ThreoOrcat Clowns-JIMMY REYNOLDS,
"America's Favorito .lester," P. H. SEAMON,
the Uuiquo and Comical. The Wonderful
Gymnast and Grotoeque Ti ic!; Clown, MONS.
Together with a full and Complete Troupe
of Equestrian?, Gymnasts, and Humorous
auxiliaries, in the way of Equines, Ponies,
etc. At each Performance will he introduced
tho Wonderfully Educated Horse,
COMET. Also, the Comic Trick Mules
HUMPTY-DUMPTY and SHOO FLY.
A Grand and Sublimo Freo Exhibition.
Tho Management, at an enormous expense,
havo procured tho services of MISS LOTTIE
ST. CLAIR, tho only Femalo .Eronaut in tho
World, who will dailv make one of her
WONDERFUL BALLOON ASCENSIONS,
In tho Mammoth Air Ship '?City of New
York," ono of the most imposing sights over
witnessed. The Ascousion will positively tako
place at half-past 1 o'clock, daily, from tho
Prominent among tho ni ?.ny fealnres of this
Groat Exhibition, is thc production of Lord
Byron's Celebrated Poem of
"MAZEPPA," or, tho Wild Horso of Tartary,
Drarnati/.sd and Arranged expressly for this
Company by lt. E. J. Miles, of tho National
Theatre, Cincinnati. Creal pains have boon
taken to produce this Legendary Drama in a
Htylo of magnificence heretofore unsurpassed.
Tho Gifted and Wonderful French Femalo
Actress, M'LLE LKBURTE, will appear as
GREAT ADDITIONAL ATTRACTION!
Tho Lt douiu Arabs-Hasliomo and Hashamal,
who havo just arri veil in this country, and
havo been engaged at an enormous salary, by
DoHavon's Sensation Circus, for a winter's
tour through thc Southern Staten, will appear
in each performance, giving their wonderful
featH of agility, etc., bte. Don't fail to go
and soe their Wonderful Performances.
Will Exhibit at Columbia, TUESDAY, OC?
ADMISSION-73 Cents. Children nuder 12
yoars, 50 Cents. Sept 30 tG
By nix Excellency DODE RT K~. SCOTT,
Governor of the Slate of South Carolina.
IN purouanoo of an Aot of tho Oeuoral As?
sembly, approved March 1st, 1870, ontitlod
"An Act providing for tho General Election,
and the manner of conducting tho same," an
election will bo held in tho sovoral Counties of
thia State, on tbs THIRD WEDNESDAY, ho?
ing tho 19tb day of October next, for a Go?
vernor and Lioutonant-Governor of tho State;
for Representatives in tho respective Con
?reseional Districts; for mombors of tho Stato
egislaturo, and for tho various County offi
corn; and to fdltho vacancy in tho First Con?
gressional District, aud all other vacancies
in tho County offices. Said election to bo
conducted according to the rulos, principles
and provisions prescribed by tho Act afore?
All bar-rooms and drinking saloons shall
bo closed on tho day of clcltion, and any per?
son who shall sell any intoxicating drinks on
the day of election, shall bo guilty of a mis
demounor; and, on conviction thereof, shall
bo tined in a sum not less than ono hundred
dollars, or bo imprisoned for a period not
loss than ono mouth nor moro than six
Tho Commissionors and Managers of Elec?
tions, and each of them, aro hereby required,
with Btrict regard to tho provisions ol tho
Constitution and laws of thu Stato touching
thoir duty in sucli case, to causo such elec?
tions to bo held in their respective Counties
on tho day aforesaid, and to tako all neces?
sary stops for tho holding of Buch elections,
and for the ascertaining and determining thu
persona who shall have been duly olectod
In testimony Whereof, I havo horcunto set my
hand and caused tho great Beal of tho
Stato to bo allied at Columbia, this
[L. s.] 29th day of Soptember A. D., 1870, and
in tho ninetv-Qth voar of tho independ?
ence of the United States of America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CARDOZO, Secretary of Stato.
JW South Carolina Republican, Charleston
Courier, Abbevillo Banner, Anderson Ijitelli
gencer. Barnwell Sentinel, Bonnottsvillo Jour?
nal, Camdon Journal, Cberaw Advertiser,
Chester Reporter, Horry Sentinel, Darlington
Southerner, Edgo?old Advertiser, Georgetown
Times, Groonvillo Mountaineer, Kingstrco
Star, Laurensvillo Herabl, Lancaster Ledger,
Clarendon /tanner, Marion Star, Newberry
Herald, Orangoburg News, Keoweo Courier,
Spartanburg Republican, Sumter News,
Unionvillo Times, Fairfield Herald, Yorkvillo
Enquirer, Southern Celt, and Pendleton Ga?
zette will each copy once and forward copy
and bill to Executive ofhce. Sept S0J2
Tho many friends, (both colored and white, )
of JOHN T. SLOAN, Jn., respectfully nomi
nato him for tho offico of PROBATE JUDGE
of Richland County. Sept 28
"Which of you all now deny to dance?
Sho that makes dainty?
She, I'll swear, hath corns."-Shakspeare.
Tho only opportunity to bo afforded by Dr.
Rendal, (whoso offico is now on Aseombly
street, in tho cottago adjacent to tho Wash?
ington HOUBO,) to those suffering with Corns,
Bunions and Diseased Nails, to havo them
inatantanoously and effectually removed, will
end in tho next two or thrco days, ho having
been solicited to visit other cities, to which ho
Tho following certificates have been fur?
nished by gentlemen of this city to
DR. RENDAL, from London.
Dr. Rendal opcratod on my foot ontirely sa?
tisfactorily. J. L. REYNOLDS,
Columbia, September 27.
Dr. Rendal has this day removed several
painful Corns, without giving any pain.
Scptombor 20 W. D. CORNWELL, M. D.
Dr. Rendal baa thia day extracted Corns
from mv feet paiulofcaly, expeditiously and en?
tirely. " A. N. TALLEY", M. D.
Columbia, Soptember 21.
COLCMIUA, 8. C., September 20, 1870.
Dr. Rendal has this day removed two most
troublesome Corns, without any porceptiblo
Imin. I havo had tho operation performed
lofore, bnt not so eutirolv eati-jfactorv to mo.
W. P. GEIGER,"M. D.
Dr. Rendal extracted for mo this .day, two
Corns, without giving anv pain.
C. H. MIOT.
Dr. Rendal's cures of Corns and Bunions
and diseased Nails, aro instantaneous, cffica
cioiM and without pain, by a process peculiar
to himself, and entirely unknown to others,
nc lias testimonials of over twenty years
from all ranks and conditions of men of this
and other nations. Many of them, years
after tho operation, give proof of their not re?
LAUIES can ho waited upon at their resi?
dences if desired. Sept 28
To Architects and Contractors.
ESTIMATES will bo received, up to tho
20th Octobor, for tho BUILDING OP A
MASONIC TEMPLE, in rear or tho proeent
Hall, on Wentworth street, according to tho
plans and specifications in Ibo offico of tho
Tho Committee reserves tho right lo accept
anv estimate, although not tho lowest.
Tho contractor will bo rcquirod to givo
bond, with approved socuritiee, for tho faith?
ful pcrformauco of tho contract.
Additional plans and specifications, with
estimatos, for tho ERECTION OF A BUILD?
ING, in roar of tho present Hall, on Went?
worth street, will bo rocoived by tho Commit?
tee up to tho 20th Octobor. As soon thoro
after as practicable, tho Committoo will decido
upon tho plan and allot tho contract.
All plans and estimates must bo delivered
to the Grand Sccrotary.
Any further information needed can bo had
ou application to thu Committoo.
Grand Master and Chairman of Building
Committoo, Charleston. S." C. Sept 23 til
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch HOUBO in
tho city of Columbia, offer for ?ale the
latest patontod and best made STOVES;
tho most improved patterns and regu?
lar sizes of all kinds of TIN-WARE, and
everything in theao particular lines, with
conlidonco of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinda of
job work dono with dospatch, hy superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all its branche?, ex?
ecuted. If you want Water carried to all
convenient pointe about your premises, wo
will do your work at such prices as will enable
all to alford it.
Tho public aro invited to call. Storo in
Ehrlich's Building, four doora below Bryce's
corner. Aug LS t
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!!
0/-\rv BARRELS FLOUR, consisting in
OUI! part of dioico Family Flour, "the
best in the world;" also, Extra and Super Flour,
at cory lowest market prices for "ash, fur sale
by J. ii T. R. AGNEW.
XI? ocal Items.
Those whoso constitution requires a
stimulant, try tho Woodcock Whiskey.
WABD MEETING AT PALMETTO ENOINE
HOUSE.-Wards No. 3 and 4 will meet
this evening at tho usual hour in tho
Hall of tho Palmetto Firo Engine Com?
pany. A full attendance is expected.
COLUMBIA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO?
CIATION.-From tho advertisement in
another columu, it will be seen that the
first monthly instalment of Si per share,
is called for.
On accouut of his engagements else?
where, Dr. Rendal, the renowned ope?
rator on tho feet, will remain in tho city
but a few days more. Wo advise those
suffering with the peculiar infirmities of
which tho Doctor treats, to consider
their interest and avail themselves of
this lust opportunity of obtaining sound
PUULIC MEETING-MONDAY NEXT-Oc
TOUER 3.-Wo have been requested to
givo uotico that a mass meeting of tho
citizens of Richland, iu sympathy with
tho Reform movement, will bo held on
Monday next, at ll o'clock a. m., in thc
Park. Distinguished speakers arc ex?
pected to address tho meeting.
MILITARY MOVEMENTS.-Wo learn that
ono company of United States troops
has been despatched to Newberry and
ono to Union. This step bas probably
been taken at tho instance of Governor
Scott. Wo aro satisfied that tho good
peoplo of Laurens and Newberry will
receive with satisfaction theso troops.
All that they desire is that law, order
and fair dealing shall prevail.
POST OFFICE HOURS.-Northern moil
opens 4.30 P. M.; closes ll A. M.
Charleston and Greenville, open 4.30
P. M. ? cl oso 5.30 A. M.
Western, opens 12.30 P. M.; closes
2.15 P. M.
Charleston, ovening, opeus 8 A. M. ;
closes G P. M.
Offico open Sundays from half-past
4 o'clock to half-past 5.
CIRCUS.-By reference to our adver?
tising columns, it will be seen that De
Haven's great sensation circus will favor
us with two exhibitions, Tuesday, Oc?
tobor ll. Tho press of other cities
speak in tho highest terms of this exhi?
bition. A grand balloon ascension takes
place immediately before the opening of
tho doors to tho afternoon performance;
and, although a free exhibition, is well
worth tho admittance fee. Everybody
go to seo tho balloon ascension-and
then go in and seo the circus.
TUE COLUMLIA* HOTEL.-One of our
cotemporaries speaks of this hotel as fol?
lows: "It is one of the best in the whole
Southern country, and is rapidly growing
in favor with visitors to the State capital.
Mr. Gorman, the proprietor, and Mr. J.
D. Budds, tho bookkeeper, with an army
of chambermaids and waiters, koep the
establishment in apple-pie order, ADC!
sparo no paius to mnko everybody com?
fortable aud at homo. Tho house is in
the centro of tho city, ou Main street, is
handsomely furnished and keeps a luxu?
rious table. What moro can bo said ?"
"KING COTTON"-A SPECIMEN COTTON
STALK.-We saw, yesterday, at Hope's
storo, an unusual specimen of cottou
stalk development. .This stalk contained
175 fully matured bolls, and on one
branch not moro than six inches long
wero eight sound bolls. This stalk was
taken from tho farm of Mr. J. M. Craw?
ford, and will bo forwarded to tho fair
at Cincinnati, and consigned to the
Columbia delegation. Let Porkopolis
see what Cottonopolis can do.
A gentleman who has secu tho finest
specimens of cotton in nil parts of our
cottou belt, assures us that this Stato is
unequaled by any ho has ever seen.
HOTEL Anni VALS, September 29.
Nickerson House.-J. W. Chatham, Ile
loua; George L. Heaton, F. J. J. Couroy,
Now York; Jamos B. McCauts, S. B.
Chuniug, Winnsboro; W. C. Norwood,
Cokcsbury;S. S. Pearana, Charlotte; T.
S. Underbill, Samuel H. Nason, Savan?
nah; M. Eurow, Mrs. Goodman aud
daughter, \V. B. Crauo, A. L. Holtzu,
F. H. Gordon and family, Augusta; Z.
H. Gray aud lady, S. C. ; James Wil?
helm, Now York; Mrs. Murphy, New
Orleans; S. H. Scuck, Miss E. M. Bro?
die, Charleston; H. Parker Adams, An?
derson; Samuel H. Bookter, Richmond;
Henry H. Jones, Spartauburg.
Columbi!i Hotel-li. E. Belton, W. S.
Johnston, W. T. Walker, S. H. Moore,
J. W. Yolty, J. G. Chisolm, Alabama;
Isaac M. Dwight, Fairfield; T. J. Curbs,
Phoenix; S. A. Baruott, Ala.; Mrs. H.
Coheu, Miss F. Baggott, Miss H. Dog?
gett, P. Duffie, Charleston; W. E.
DeBell, Md.; C. A. Reed, S. Bleokloy,
Anderson; J. D. Smith, C. L. Reed,
Walhalla; A. A. Foster, Greenville;
John A. Blum, Mrs. John A. Billin
Miss Blum, Charleston; Jacob A. Dor?
man, Conn.; Walker Bennett, James
Hookier, Della von's Circus; J. Wolf?
rum, Charleston; E. M. Taylor, Ander?
son; Miss L. E. Mclutosh, Murray,
McIntosh, Edward Mclutosh, Society
Hill; B. Y. Hage, Atlanta; W. D. Ken
, nedy, Augusta.
Send yonr daughters to the Fomalo
College, at Duo West. Tho session opens
Monday, the 3d Octobor.
A ball will be given during Fair week
boro nuder the auspices of the "South
Carolina Social Club."
SUFIIEMB COURT, September 29.-Tho
Court met at 12 M. Fresent-Chief
Justico Mosesand Associate Justices Wil?
lard and Wright.
Mr. Melton read petition for manda?
mus in tho cases of tho Stato of South
Carolina ex rel. D. H. Chamberlain, At
toruey-Gcncral, rs. Hou. Zephaniah
Platt, Circuit Judge of the Second Cir?
cuit, and tho samo vs. N. G. W. Walker,
Sheriff of Bnruwoll Couuty.
Mr. Hutsou argued against tho hear?
ing thereof. Mr. Maher on the same
side. Tho Court having decided to hear
tho application, Mr. Melton was heard
for tho motion. Mr. Unison contra.
At 3 p. m., the Court adjourned until
to morrow, ut 10 a. m.
LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
By tho Governor-Proclamation, &o.
L?rick it Lowrance-Puro Whiskey.
George W. Dellavon's Circus.
Cautwoll's-Goshen Butter, ito.
D. C. Peixotto it Son-Auetiou.
J. & T. Tv. Aguow-Sperm Oil.
J. P. Thomas-Building Loan Asso.
Walker, Evans it Cogswell-Wanted.
GOING! GOING! GONE!-Faster than the auc?
tioneer's hammer knocks down merchandize,
neglect disposes of tho teeth. Bid, therefore,
for that prizo of lifo, a perfect Bet, by brushing
thom regularly with SozODONT.
"SPALDING'S GLUE," has now taken tho placo
of all Cementa and Mucilages. S 25 f3
A LOST AKT REVIVED.-It is aaid that tho
Roman ladieB embrowned their faded hair
with a transparent fluid, but tho secret of
such a composition was unknown to auy mo?
dern chemists, until I'UALON discovered and
produced his VITALIA, OU SALVATION FOR THE
HAIR. Sold by all drnggists and fancy goods
doalora. S 25 f3
A BEAUTIFUL TuoroiiT_-It may bo truth?
fully said that the greatest of all blessings is
health, for without it tho joye vouchnafeu aro
turned to sorrows. To all health is essential
for life's enjoyment and pursuita, to tho
young and old, to tho rich aud poor. Aro you
in search of wealth? Health is ncce.asary.
Do you desire o ni co and worldly honors
Of what avail would theBO bo without health?
Tho bes-mies of Bpring, the song of birds, tho
deep blue sky, the rolling ocean, all have a
poetic fascination which charms only the
healthy in mind and body; but to tho sick
what aro these but mockeries. Tho body diB
oascd, tho mind sickly o'er with tho saddest
of thoughts. Oh! that I may live to appre?
ciate the blessings of health. This rich boon
is within tho roach of all. Tho remedy at hand
in HEINITSII'S QUEEN'S DEI.IOUT, the health pa?
nacea. Now ia tho time to try it. A 2
"It's mity curis," said Mrs. Partington to
Ike, while reeding about tho impending war
in Europe, "that tho Hollorh?rn creates Buch
an ado in Yerrup, when it's sich a common
disease among tho cattle in Amer i ky." Tho
old lady, having delivered " herself of the
abovo, took a doso of LIPPMAN'S GREAT GER?
MAN BITTERS to cheer her depressed epirita,
and resumed her knitting.
Lippman'a Bitters are for salo by all drug?
gists and dealers. Depot in Columbia. S. C.,
at GEIGER A MCGREGOR'S, Druggists. S 18
THE attention of the reader is respectfully
invited to the advertisement of Bradfield ?
Co., in another column. They aro undoubt?
edly selling tho beat remedies out for the
diseases they are recommended for. BRAD
FIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR and Dr. PurmiTT's
CELEBRATED LIVER MEDICINE, has certainly
cured moro afllictcd persons than any two
medicines of their age. Try them and bo
well, as theso gentlemen guarantee satisfac
lion or money refunded. A 7
State of South Carolina-Executive
YT7HEREAS, a vacancy exists in tho Rcpre
i yv scntation of the First Congressional
District of South Carolina, occasioned hythe
resignation of Hon. B. F. Whittcmoro. Kow,
therefore, I, ROBERT K. SCOT'l, Governor of
tho Stato aforesaid, do hereby issue this, my
proclamation, that an election, to lill ?aid va?
cancy, will be held at tho soveral election pre?
cincts in said Congressional Districts, on
WEDNESDAY, tho 19th day of October noxt.
Thc Commiasiouera of Elections, appointe;',
in imrsuauco of an Act providing for the
general elections, and tho manner of con ?
ducting tho same, approved March 1, 1S7?,
arc authorized and directed to conduct the
said special Congressional election, and to
inako all necessary arrangements therofor;
and oach of thom aro hereby required, after
duo publication, and with strict regard to tho
provisions of the Constitution, aud of tho laws
of tho State, touching their duty in such ease,
to cause such election to bo hellion tho day
aforoaaid, and to tako all tho necessary steps
for t~o holding of such olection, and for tho
ascertaining and determining tho person who
shall have neon duly elected thereat.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused tho great seal of
tho Stato to bo affixed at Columbia,
[L.8.1 this twenty-ninth dav of September,
A. D., 1S70. and In tho* ninety-fifth year
of tho Indopondenco of tho Uu'itcd
Statea of America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CARDUZO, Secretary of State.
Sept 30 2
A3" South Carolina Daily Rc publican, Charles?
ton Courier, Bonuettsvillo Journal, Camden
Journal, Chcraw Advertiser, Hurry Sentinel,
Darlington Southerner, Georgetown Trims,
Kingstreo Star, Lancaster Ledyer, Clarendon
I /launer, Marion Star, Sumter heirs, will each
i copy onco, and forward copy and hill to this
IH hereby given that I shall petition tho Leg?
islature, at its next sossion, to close a
certain portion of tho Public Road that for?
merly led to my ferry on Saluda River, said
Road not being used now as a public highway.
Aug 28 mo:)' _ SIMON YOUNOINER.
Creme De La Creme.
1 f\f\ BARRELS very superior FAMILY
200 barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low le*_EDWARD HOPE.
Genuino Durham Smokiug Tobacco
to bo had at POLLOCK'S.