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COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wednesday Morning, October 12,1870.
WHICH FUBNISHES THE EXPORTS.-A
correspondent of the New Yt?rk Journal
of Commerce asks: "What portion of the
producta of the United States are of
Southern production? The Journal of
"ThiB is not a very profitable inquiry
if intended to foster a sectional feeling,
but if designed in good faith, it might
lead to comparisons useful to all sections.
We may enswer, without going into de?
tails, that for the twelve months ending
with Juno, 1870, tho domestio exports
were valued in mixed currency at about
?500,000,000, of whioli a littlo over one
half were new products from the South?
ern States. Tho valuo of the exports of
cotton alone was a little over $227,000,
000. Tho official figures of the total ex?
ports for tho year were $499,073,982, but
the account at last advices was subject to
Here is a candid acknowledgment that
"B little over half tho exports" wero the
producta of the Southern States. That
is, a littlo over half, or moro than $250,
000,000 of the agricultural productions
of the South were contributed by South?
ern labor, of wbioh the ootton bill fur?
nishes 227,000,000. Wbo reaps tho ben?
efit? Not the Southern planter-not the
man and brother-tho loyal African.
The North and East manufacture and
..grow rich under a protective tariff sys?
tem almost prohibiting. Tho labor of
the West and South pays the debt and
sustains the credit of "tho National Go?
THE CANVASS IN FAIRFIELD.-Thoro
was a tioket nominated in Fairfield for
County officers and members of tho Le?
gislature on October 3. This ticket was
not acceptablo to many of the Reform
party. In addition to this, several of the
nominees declined. Under these circum?
stances the YOUNO MEN'S CLUB of Winns
boro, on Saturday night last, nominated
a new ticket, un follows:
For the Legislature.-Jas. B. McCants,
Major Boulware, Capt. Jos. Beaty.
For School Commissioner.-Ben j. R.
County Commissioners.-Ti. L. Elliott,
Tbos. Jordan, E. W. Ollevcr.
This new ticket is strongly ondorsod
by tho Winnsboro News, and is com?
mended to the anti-radicalists of Fair?
EMIGRATION TO THE SOUTHERN STATES.
It is to emigration alono that the South?
ern States must look for prosperity iu
the future, and as tho subject is ono of
importance to our people, we print the
views of a gentleman who has given
much attention to the subject. Colonel
Blanton Duncan, who is now in Eng?
land, as Chairman of tho Committee ap?
pointed to present the advantages of the
South to capitalists and emigrants, has
written a letter to Governor Stevenson,
of Kentucky, in which be says that the
Legislatures have not provided suffioient
means to promote the transportation of
foreign laborers to thi3 country, and to
furnish them with employment imme?
diately ou their arrival. Ho ulso says
that the plau adopted by tho British
Government to secure emigration to its
own colonies, offers greater inducements
thou thoa? presented by tho Southern
States. The organizations now at work
in England for the colouics, send all
kinds of emigrants free, und provide for
them temporary shelter and sustenance
uutil situations can be obtained. At
any time within a month after arrival, a
free passage is given on any of the rail?
roads to .such points as tho emigrants
desire to looate on.
To secure full protection to females,
all single women are placed under tho
churge of a matron, both'on the voyage
and after their arrival. Tho emigrants,
except those who go out us domestics,
sign au agreement to reimburse tho pas?
sage money, eighty dollars, to tho Go?
vernment within two years. On tho re?
payment of this sum tho emigrant re?
ceives forty acres of land for each grown
person, aud twenty acres for each child
between ono and twelve years of age.
Thoso who choose to pay twenty dollars
in advance, sign an agreemcut lo return
sixty dollars in a year's time, and receive
the same allotments of land. Tho Go?
vernment also assures emigrants of
speedy employment ia various callings,
mechanics ami skilled laborers at wage.-;
of two to three dollars a day in gold ;
shepherds $125 to $200 a year, with ra?
tions; grooms $200 to $250; farm ser?
vants $125 to $150; servant maids from
?100 to $200. The weekly rations are
eight pounds of flour, twelve pounds of
beef, two pounds of sugar, and a quarter
of a pound of toa, for a man and his
wife, and half the above to a singlo per?
ron. Colonel Duncan advises that the
Legislature of Kentucky should adopt a
GENERAL LEE.-Mr. Garrott, of Balti?
more, iu his speech accepting the Presi?
dency of the Southern Commercial Con?
vention, now in session at Cincinnati,
spoke of Gonoral Loo as "that illustrious
mau, that great and good mau, General
Robert E. Loo." Tho words were re?
ceived with cheers.
TERRIBLE CASUALTY.-As tho train
coming from Dalton lust Wednesday
night was passing Sugar Valley, it ran
over a man by thc name of Andrew Nor
rell, cutting off bis head aud arms, and
otherwise horribly mutilating his body.
The boys and girls of England have
contributed the money to build a monu?
ment over tho remains of Daniel do Foe,
author of "Robinson Crusoe," who wa i
buried one hundred aud thirty-nine years
ago. A well-merited compliment.
BAZAINE'S POSITION.-Marshal Ba?
zaine, it is said on good authority, re?
fases to recognize the Republic. If thia
report li? tr no tho situation ia ; Franco,
and as between France and Prussia, hus
become-more complicated than over. If
Bazaine maintains this ground, -King
William may not find it so difficult after
all to trent with Napoleon. SnppoBo
that Bazaine surrenders with consent of
Napoleon, and suppose, besides, that
King William gives Napoleon a safe con?
duct to Metz, would it be difficult for
the King of Prussia to restore Napoleon?
Bazaine bas, at least, 200,000 men on
whom ho can rely. If Napoleon from
Metz were to mako an appeal to tho
Frenoh people-France, meanwhile,
seeing in the Republic nothing but dis?
order, and feeling that Napoleon was
backed up by the whole strength of
Prussia-is it impossible that the
peasants, who are Bonapartists almost
to a mau, would voto for tho restoration
of the empire? All our reliable news
from the interior of Franco reveals tho
fact, that the peasants are not republi?
can. We regret the fact, while wo are
compelled to confeBS it.
This is one of the difficulties suggested
by Bazniuo's position. But it is not tho
only ono. If Bazaine stands by tho
Emperor, Franco is not only at war with
Germany, but at war with herself. It is
au empire divided; and tho attitude of
tho defender of Metz compels us to look
at tho possibilities of a civil war of the
most alarming kind. The legions of
France have never been so turned against
each other ns were the legions of Rome
in the last days of the Republic, and as
was the fashion under the empire. If
Bazaine stands by Napoleon, no one can
tell what may happen.
[New York Herald.
THE REPUBLICANS IN POWER.-Since
the Republican party came into power,
ten years ago, the various Stato expendi?
tures have been quadrupled, and venality
and corruption have made our legisla?
tive halls an offence to civilization ; tho
Federal Congress has been controlled by
tariff and bond-holding rings to the
threatened ruin of the country; under
pretense of raising revenue for tho
Government, a most outragoous tari fl
system hos been built up; the expendi?
tures of the Government have boen most
wasteful and extravagant, nnd the hard
earned substance of tho people has been
wrung from them to enrich office-seekers;
the public domain has been squandered
shamelessly for the benefit of organized
bauds of greedy speculators; high pub?
lic officials have emerged as if by magic
from poverty to wealth, and the Presi?
dential chair, once filled by Washington,
Jefferson and Jackson, has been con?
verted into an office-brokerage; tho Su?
preme Court has been packed to proouro
a certain decision; and every effort, no
matter how disgraceful, has been made
to retain the hold on power.
Such is the record of nine yearsj of
power wielded by this sectional party.
It is time there was a change. Tho
people are noting on this principle
Lot us carry the House of Representa?
tives this year, and the Senate and Pre?
sident will come in due timo.
I New York Democrat.
OUT OF THE WORLD WITH A RUSH.
Francis Nutting,,of Lansingburg, com?
mitted suicide ou Wednesday by lying
down upou the track of the Troy and
Boston Railroad, near Eagle Bridge, iu
front of au approaching traiu. He chose
a curve in the road so that tho engineer
could not see him until too late. He lay
with his hoad from the engine, and thus
awaited death. Tho locomotive, tender
and five coaches passed over him, nearly
cutting off his head and shockingly mu?
tilating his body. The following letter
was found in his clothing:
I have selected this place because the
curve is urge, and I cannot bo seon until
it is too late to stop the engine. Thus
I shall go out of the world with a rush. I
have fortifiod myself with some forty
rod whisky, which I got at tho Hollow,
where may be found somo moro of tho
6amc sort. Whoever finds my dead body
and this paper will knew who I am.
Send my personal effects to my wife,
Mrs. Gertrudo Nutting, in Lansingburg.
I did this by my own hand. Rum is thy
causo. I have but one regret; that Vs
my wife; for she has been a wife to vue
iu every sonso of the word. But I Can?
not live any longer, for I am tired of lifo.
So now farowell to the world.
A wealthy German in Now York,
alllictcd with asthma and colic, fearing
sudden death, on Thursday, shot him?
self through the heart.
Serpeuts on the hearth-Eels on a grid?
TlIIS day, a largo lot of WHITE AND CO?
LORED QUILTS, at VERY LOW PRICES.
DRESS GOODS, in every stylo.
Beautiful Now Sashes of VELVET AND
SILK. PLAID GOODS for children.
TABLE DAMASK and LINEN TOWELS,
Thc NEW LACE-it is beautiful.
Tho NEW HOOP SKIRT, at
C. F. JACKSON'S,
Sept 22 Main street.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
OFFICE Main Streot, over Messrs. I'ryan A
JIcjCaner'H^Ihiokstoro. Aug 18 2mo
Flour! Flour!! Flour!!!
0/\f\ BARRELS FLOUR, consisting in
rj\/\J part of dioico Family Flour, "the
best in the world;" ?Iso, Extra und Super Flour,
a', eery lowest market prices for rash, tor salo
by J. ii T. R. AGNEW.
ATTEND DRILL THIS EVENING, at 8 j
o'olook, in Bocco ru' Hall. Arm? will bo
di atribute fl. "By order of
? CAPT. O'NEALE.
W. R. CATfcCABT. O. B._Pot ia
TUST rocolTod, a ?apply of fresh ORACK
O JBB8, BB3CUIT8, Ac, oonsietlng of
For palo hy_J. & T. H. AGNEW.
WE hcroby warn all persons against trad?
ing for the following Drafts or Notes,
which havo boen acccptod, or given hy us, (or j
any others not heroin named,) in favor of
either B. M. Rhodes & Co.. of Baltimore, Md ,
or B. S. Bhott & Son, of Charleston, S. C., as
tho articlo for which they wero given haB
provod to bo worthless, and wo havo deter?
mined to resist payment. Tho acceptances
named aro for W. H. Dowdy, draft duo 1st
Decomber, 1870, for $1,150; Jos. Hates, draft
duo 1st Decomber, for $685; R. McCullough,
draft duo 1st December, for $325: E. Hopkins,
?Iraft. duo 2fith Soptotnber, for $375; J. D.
Kennedy, draft duo December 15, for $195; R.
B. Cotton, draft duo November 10, for $105; H.
A. Molloy, draft due December 1, for $205; S.
Sightler, draft duo November 10, for $05; C. A.
Scott, draft duo Decomber 1, for $100; J. H.
Clark, draft due Decomber 4, for $380; F.
Hammond, draft duo Decomber -1, for $350;
W. Walker, draft duo December 5, Tor $190;
Blakcly & Gibbes, noto duo Docombor 7, for
$400. BLAKELY A GIBBES.
Gas Light Bills for Month of September.
CONSUMERS are respectfully rcqaostod to
call and make payment without dolay.
Oct 9 3_Soc'y Columbia Gas Cdmpany.
State Tax Returns for 1670.
LIMITED time rcquiroe mo to OIOHO my
Rooks this week. All persons omitting to
mako thoir returns will ho notod as ro'uaing
to do so. JACOB LEVIN,
Oot 9 3 Assessor Columbia District.
IS hereby given to all whom it may concern,
that I "havo duly appointed and ompow
cred FREDERICK J. BROWN my Agent and
Attorney, and in my namo to transact all
business and conduct all settlements of tho
cstato of JAMES BROWN, late of Richland,
deceased. SELINA BROWN,
Qualified Executrix of Eetato of James
Brown, deceased. Oct 9 fl 3
CARBOLIC Disenfccting SOAP, Carbolic
Medicated Soap, for allaying irritations
of tho skin, washing sores, wouuda and cuta?
neous eruptions, itching humors among chil
dron, diseases of tho ukin, Ac, for salo at
J0ct7t _HEINITSH'S Drug Store
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS ANO COUPONS. JURY CER?
TIFICATES, COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, Ac,
bought and Bold by D. G AMR RILL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hole! Building.
/~1 IBSON'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
VT Ryo WHISKEYS "the purest and best in
market." Also, a tull stock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, of all grades, always on hand
and for Balo by_J.A.T. R. AGNEW.
i\n BOXES fine chewing TOBACCO; five
?lO boxes lino cut chewing TOBACCO. Also
a fine lot of tho WEED, to ault tho taste cf
the generality of mankind, in the ebapo of a
nice CIGAR, can bc found at
Oct 4_HARDY SOLOMON'S.
THE mombera of tho South Carolina Club
are requested to meet at Columbia, 10th
November, 1870. Applications for member?
ship must bo sent to WADE MANNING,
Treasurer, at Columbia, 8. O.
R. E. ELLISON, Ja.,
Oct 1 j_Secretary 8. O. Club.
FINE assortment of Colt's Army and Navy,
(Smith A Wesson's, ami Allen's Army and
Navy PISTOLS. Also, a full assortment of
CARTRIDGES, Shot and Caps, at
Ono door North of Scott, William.-* A Co.'s
Banking House Oct 9 ?
?> KEGS FINE GOSHEN BUTTER, just ar
5 rived at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Look In At
PLUMER'S, aud seo Porkina k Houso'a
NON-EXPLOSIVE LAMPS and SAFETY
CANS for Korosouo; besidos tho varioty of
useful articles usually kept iu a Lamp and
Gas Fixture Store. For salo by
E. C. PLUMER,
Steam and Gaa Fitter, Plain stroct.
To the Dental Profession.
THE regular semi-annual meeting of tho
South Carolina Stato Dental Association
will bo hold iu Charleston, 8. C., commoncing
TUESDAY, November 1, at 8 P. M. Dontista
throughout tho Stato aro cordially invited to
bo present. Members will bo passed to and
fro, ovor tho various railroads, for ono fare.
T. T. MOORE, Corresponding Socrotary.
ORCHARD GRASS SEED, nerd's Grass
Seed, Rod Clover Seed, Whito Clover
Seed, for sale at HEINITSH'S
Oct 7 t_Drug St.ire.
* BBLS. MESS SHAD, just roceivod and
) for Balo by HARDY SOLOMON.
^ AHBhw JUST to hand. No. 1, 2, and
>^$$W& 3 MACKEREL, catch of 1870.
For salo hy_GEORGE SYMMERS.
Yellow Pine Lumber,
OF tho BEST QUALITY, and in quantitios
to suit purchasers, can bo obtained by
applying to W. J. BRYANT A CO.,
No. 2 Ann street, Charleston, 8. C.,
Or at Branchville Post Offico, B.C.
Pearl Grist! Pearl Crist!
"1 (\ BBLS. fino PEARL GRIST, just ar
L\J rived at HARDY SOLOMON.
IFIFTY boxoa GOSHEN and NEW YORK
" STATE CHEESE, for salo low bv
Oct 9_EDWARD HOPE.
Tym THE undersigned baa again com
SftAJdmoncod tho WEIGHING of COTTON,
USBaand will attend to applications from
tho merchants and plantera wishing bia
acrvicea. His headquarters will bo at tho
oftieoof Moaara. Chambers A. Bryce
Oct 7 U P. P. CHAMBERS.
Coumbia Chapter No. 5, R. A. M.
- - - A REOiTT.AR OONVO?ATION wiH ba
SBKhold THIS EVENING, at Masonio
??S? Hall, at 7 o'clock. By Order of, tho
???H.p. R. TOZER, Secretary pro t4m.
oct 12___._r - i.
100 Cord? Good Pine Wood,
WANTED by tho Columbia Gas light
Company. Apply to
Pot 13 3_Secretary Gas Company.
The Pollock House
/Ifife, f \ HAS been overhauled .?fcn^
^PM-Sr and fitted up for tho win- ?'USS
^Bflgr terHoaaon. OYSTERS, QC
FISH and (?AME nerved up in tho usual stylo.
Tho Privato LUNCH ROOM has boen refit
tod, and guoats may expect propor attention.
Oct 12 T. M. POLLOCK. Proprietor.
MRS. S. A. SMITH
rr,,.- WILL opon THIS DAY, all tho
Ulf/1 novelties io FALL MILLEN ERY
?Rl( it? and FANCY GOODS; also, a hand
^Bc'VirJ somo assortment of trimmed
.^Lftjjlf) DRESS PATTERNS, lo which ?he
jjQ?B?zSzL invites tho special attention of
All orders, oithoriu MILLENERYor DRESS?
MAKING, attended to with promptness and
despatch._Oct 12 lm
MRS. AI. XV. STRATTON, Proprietress.
TBA NSIENTBOA RD, ?2.00 PER DA I*.
I?P^V S~\ OUR SALOON is in or
^filJl/der, and OYSTERS,
^SggP GAME, FISH, etc., cau^^pSBL
be obtained at ali hours. Dinners* ? IT~S?
and Suppers furnished at short notice, and
in the best stylo. Givouu a trial.
PAYSINGER A FRANKLIN,
Oct ll Exchange Rostauraut.
?>K BBLS. IRISH POTATOES, just arrivod
J?tJ at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
Special Notice to the Ladies.
MRS. C. E. REED
aw WILL OPEN TO-MORROW
.Tl (Wednesday, ) thc 12th instant, for
fHinspcction, tho best, cheapest and
j* most fashionable stock in this city,
" consisting of LADIES' UATB.CAPS,
k BONNETS, RIBBONS. VELVETS
of all colors and quality. Also, FLOWERS
and HAIR in every stylo and very low in prico,
with Jewelry, Jot Betts, Ac. Please call and bc
convinced in regard to the abovo. Oct ll fi
Medical College of Georgia,
TBE COURSE OF LECTURES in this Insti?
tution will bo commenced on tho FIRST
MONDAY in November, 7th.
F FT?"S :
Matriculation (taken once). 5
Practical Anatomy. 10
Graduation Foo. 30
Oct 8 sw4 L. A. DUPAS, M*. P., Doan.
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
-w^^ I INFORM my Monds and
public in gonoral that I havo
_r<?-____-J^)ust received an entire now
v "^i ^stock of Double and Single Bar
rol GUNS, REPEATERS, FlaskB, Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Biu-.k-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinds of Pistols, Powdor
REPAIRING dono at short notice.
Oct 8_I\ W. KRAFT, Main street.
. mm THE suscriber is now in receipt of his
llFA-LLand WINTER STOCK, consisting
Mot CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VE8T
INOS of tho very latest style and pat?
terns, which has been carefully selected hy
himaolf. and invites tho public to call and ex?
amino tho same, as ho has ono ot tho finest
assortments of goods in his line that ever came
to this market. Havo also on hand a splen?
did assortment of the STAR SHIRTS, eomo
of them the ii no st ever manufactured.
Sept 24_J. F. EISENMANN.
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters.
1 f \ CASES frosh OYSTERS; ten cases fresh
LKJ SALMON; teu cases fresh LOBSTERS,
just arrivod, at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
1 f \ HHDS. C. It. SIDES,
lAJ 15 boxes BULK SIDES, just arrived at
Oct 1 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
i)pr BAGS RIO-all grades,
10 bags JAVA, just arrivod at
Oct 1 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
* BBLS. Northern Whito BEANS, just ar
J rived and for salo by
Oct 4 . HARDY SOLOMON.
-| f\HOGSHEADS SUOAR (all grades;) fifty
I J.V/ barrels relinod SUGARS (all grades,)
just arrived at HARDY SOLOMON'S.
AWORD to houso-koopors: Go to Hardy
Solomon for your SOAP, for ho has sixty
boxos of family SOAP; twenty-five boxes of
FANCY, just arrived, and ia soiling low.
California Seed Oats.
pr BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
OUU SEED OATS, for salo by
Oct 9 EDWARD HOPE.
QAfi LBS. choico SMOKED BEEF, for
?VJVJ salo bv EDWARD HOPE.
: 250 SAW :
: 245 SAW :
: 210 SAW GINS, warranted in :
: quality second to none on tho :
: continent, just received and for :
: Salo VERY LOW. '.
: Oct 9 L?RICK A LOWRANCE. :
TT* AYING just returned /rom a visit to tho
XX North, I can recommend tho following
TEAS, of my own selection. NEW CHOP, per
Pacific Railroad, and only FonTY DAYS from
China and Japan:
Choicost MOYUNE GUN-POWDER.
Choicest Moyuno HYSON.
Finest Uncolored JAPAN.
Choicost "TRUE" SCHOUCHONG.
Finest Oolong "CRAQIE TEA."
These, with others, comprise tho host
assortment that can bc offered in any market,
and having hoon bought at roccut roduction
in gold value, aro in every way worthy tho
attontion of economical purchasers.
_Oct 8 GEO. SYMMEHS.
Hams and Bacon Strips,
.f r\f\ NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
1UU 1,000 lbs. new Sugar-cured Break?
fast Strips, just received and for salo by
Oct 7 J. A 1. R. AGNEW.
IO? o o & X
lt? Tn m m
SPEECH AT GADSDEN.-We are au?
thorised to announce that General
Butler will speak at Gadsden, in this
County, on Thursday next, at ll o'clock
n. m. Tko publio are invited to attend.
Tko following sentences wero passed
by kis Honor, Judge Moiton, in tke
Court of General Sessions:
Tko State vs. W. R. Mooney, assault
aud battery witk intent to kill. Sen?
tence: Fine of $50 and costs of tko
prosecution, or six months imprisonment
in County jail.
Tke State vs. Margaret Mattox, nssoult
and battery witk intent to kill. Tko de?
fendant being out on bail, and being
absent wkon called to receive ker sen?
tence, on motion of Jokn T. Sic nu, Jr.,
tiding Solicitor in tko absenco of So?
licitor Tulley, from indisposition, au
order was taken for ker arrest.
Tko usual orders were submitted by
tko acting Solicitor, and tko Court of
Sessions adjourned, and tko civil docket
YOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
Tko regular mooting of tkis Association
took place last evening, ut tko rooms
above tko National Bank. On tkis occa
I sion, muck interest was added to tke
usual exercises by tko address of Capt.
Ckiokester, a gentleman from Ckarlos
ton, now a resident kere, characterized
by energy of ckaracter and a loyal devo?
tion to duty and good works. Tko lec?
turer, who kas been long identified with
Young Men's Ckristiau Associations,
gavo kis views as to tke trae scope, spirit
and object of tkeso associations. He
added kis experience of tkeir workings
and tkeir fruits, and impressed kis hear?
ers witk tko kigk and enligktened ckarac?
ter of kis couceptions on tko subject.
In tkis connection, wo may add tkat tko
pleasant rooms of tko Young Mon's
Ckristian Association are opeu every
nigkt from 8 to 10, and tkat tkere our
young men will find access to tko lead?
ing periodicals of tke day.
THE CIRCUS.-Do Haven's circus was
exhibited for tko first timo in tkis city
I yesterday afternoon, and agaiu at nigkt,
and tke performance largely attended.
It is ono of tke best circuses tkat kas
ever visited Columbia, and is in every
respect sensational, as termed in the bills.
Thc riding wal very fine, and tko acro?
batic feats abovo average. Ricardo's ex
kibition of strength was loudly applaud?
ed; Lowry's riding was first-rate; Jim?
my Reynolds, the clown, proved himself
an original jester; wkile tko performance
of Hash imo, tke Bedouin Arab, was some?
thing truly wonderful. "Mazeppa" wns
very well rendered, and afforded infinito
satisfaction. Tke balloon ascension was
very successful and attracted crowds of
admirers. Col. Davis-tko veteran skow
man-kas just cause for feeling proud of
tke troupe witk wkick ko is connected.
PIICENIXIANA.-Tke price .of single
copies of tke PHOENIX is fivo cents. If
carriers cknrge more it is simply a swin?
dle. They can be obtained at tkat prico
at tke office.
Fino mountain apples, very condccivc
to kcaltk as well as tempting to tke
palate, can always ke kad at L?rick &
H. W. Lawson, Esq., postmaster at
Abbeville, and Julius Poppe, Esq., of
Anderson, will act as agents for tko
PnazNix and GLEANER.
Tke plump doo wkick kas been sus?
pended for a day or ttvo in front of tko
Exckango House, was "cooked up," yes?
terday, aud we kave to return our thanks
to Messrs. Pay singer & Franklin for a
nico juicy steak-witk tko et ceteras.
To-day is to bo regarded "opening
day" for Columbia. Mrs. McCormick,
Mrs. Smitk and Mrs. Beed will spread
beforo tko astouisked eyes of tko ladies,
at tkeir respectivo establiskments, tko la?
test novelties iu tko way of millinery and
fancy goods. Tko selections wero made
under tko personal supervision of these
Harry McCartky, tko irresistible irre?
pressible, langkter-provoking, side-split?
ting and truly wonderful delineator of
okaractor, gives two of kis popular cn
to-tainments in tko Nickerson House Hall,
tkis evening and to-morrow, commoncing
at 7|? o'clock. Additional attractions will
also bo presented-a troupe of first-class
Tke swallowing, at sun-rise in tko
morning, for tkreo mornings in succes?
sion, a keaping teaspoonful of tablo salt,
dissolved in a tumbler of water, will
effeot a certain cure of ckill aud fever
says a Westorn man, wko kas tried it re?
A spoiled ckild-Tko ono tkat played
witk tkokeroseno can.
A circus manager at Wilmington, N.
C., wko failed to make a balloon ascen?
sion in nccordauco witk kis programme,
stepped before kis audience and apoli
gized as follows: "It is witk lugubrious?
ness tkat I kave to nttributo my failure
to oscullatory vibrations und ulterior
Tko young Indy wko was up with tko
lark is now dowu witk tko rheumatism.
DEATH OF A HIGHLY-ESTEEMED GEN?
TLEMAN.-We ?re truly pained to an?
nounce the Budden death, yesterday
morning, from heart disease, of Col. W.
J. Hoke, who, for more than two years,
has boen carrying on business in this
oity. He was a native, we believe, of
North Carolina-bad resided for many
yearsjin Lincoln ton-and was about forty
eight years of age. Gol. Hoko served
during the cntiro war in tho Con federate
army; at Gettysburg, he received a severe
wound in his leg, from tho effects of
which he suffered almost incessantly.
Whilo on his way to brenkfnBt, yester?
day morning, in company with his SOD,
he complained of a faintness, and almost
instantly expired. Truly a good mau
anda prominent citizen lias been re?
moved. His remains were carried to
Lincolnton for interment.
HOTEL AKIUVALS, October ll.-Nicker
son House-J. G. Crane, Charleston; R.
Singleton, Richland; Heu ry Parr, Fair?
field; J. Dorau, Wullmlla; J. H. Robin?
son, LaGraugo; French Strange, N. C.;
Mrs. H. M. Johnston, Master Johnston,
Charlotte; J. F. Wallace, Yorkville; J.
W. Colcock, Charleston; W. H. Suider,
Yorkville; B. G. Crawford, lliohmond;
C. Carter and lady, Ala. ; Miss Tyson,
Mrs. Yillalonger and daughter, Savan?
nah; E. G. Evans, Feudleton; J. H.
Cornish, Aiken; B. M. Harris, Va.; Mrs.
Gibbons and child, Master Gibbons, Miss
Kittle, Charleston; John A. Barron,
Manning; S. H. Jones, Maryland; J. R.
Columbia Hotel.-J. H. Reneker, Wm.
Y. Scott, Charleston; W. Dalton Warren,
S. C. ; W. W. Gilreatb, Greenville, Sam?
uel M. Pegg, Anderson; J. F. Newbold,
Baltimore; J. H. Goodlott, Greenville;
G. W. DeHaven and wife, John Daven?
port and wifo, J. C. Reynolds, C. H.
Lowring, T. B. Caldwell, Col. Davis, G.
Richards, T. H. Seamen, Sig. Bliss and
eon, C. H. Davenport, Lew. Davenport,
Askilon Holies, C. M. Culdwell, Frauk
Bellburn, J. C. Conley, Mess. Smith,
Weldon, Arnold, Brand, Portlier, Brand,
Jr., John Brant, H. Meyers, Friday,
Lewis, Edwards, Luck, Hasbnow, C. M.
McCutuber, Deliuven's Circus; John G.
Crave, Charleston ; P. Duffie, S. C. ; John
S. Green, city; J. Ed. Myers, Baltimore;
Antonia D. Molise, New York; George
Cofk'ld, Spartanburg; Mrs. C. A. Mays,
William3tou; A. A. James, J. F. Gist,
Union; Julian Michell, Charlotte; Geo.
W. Drafts, Richland; James M. Carseu,
Miss Jane Carson, Charleston; M. P.
Boyd, TJnionville; J. Mosely, Charleston;
J. W. Coleock, Yorkville; J. S Garner,
Clarkson's; J. H. Robinson, Geo.
National Hotel.-J. Mosley, Charles?
ton; H. L. Jeffers, S. C.; A. W. CoUins,
Georgia; J. H. Gains, Lewisville, H. S.
Vaudiver, A. H. Ramsey, Walhalla; J.
R. Meudenball, Newberrv; J. E. Duck?
worth, J. S. Reed, N. C.;" J. S. Derrick,
Leesville; J. E. Doran, R. Gadd, Wal?
halla; H. W. Parr, Fairfield; Miss Gold?
ing, Abbeville; S. Morrison, city; J. F.
Donnald, Greenwood; S. Johnson, S.
Montgomery. No wherry; Mrs. Owens
and two children, Spartanburg; W. B.
Corintt, Fairfield; Miss E. Chapman,
Choraw; W. M. Ray, R. M. Robinson,
W. F. Hague, S. C. ; S. W. Carter, N. C.
LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Meeting Columbia Rifles.
Jacob Levin-100 Cords Wood.
Pollock House Restaurant.
Blakely & Gibbes-Notico.
J. Sc T. R. Agnew-Crackers.
Mrs. S. A. Smith-Opening.
Meeting Columbia Chapter.
A BEAUTIFULr THOUGHT.-It may he truth?
fully said that tho great est of all blessings is
health, for without it the joys vouchsafed are
turned to sorrows. To all health is essential
for life's enjoyment and pursuits, to the
young and old, to tho rich and poor. Aro you
in soarch of woalth? Health ia necessary.
Do you dosiro oftico and worldly honors
Of what avail would theso bo without health?
Thc beauties vf epring, tho song of birds, thc
deep blue sky, tho rolling ocean, all havo a
poetic fascination which charms only the
healthy in mind and body; hut to tbe sick
what aro theso but mockeries. The body dis
eased, tho mind sickly o'er with tho saddest
of thoughts. Oh! that I may live to appre?
ciate tho blessings of health. This rich boon
is within tho reach of all. Tho remedy at hand
in IlEiNiTsn's QUEEN'S DELIGHT, tho hoalth pa?
nacea. Now is tho limo to try it. A 2
"It's mity curia," said Mrs. Partington to
iko, while rei ding about tito impending war
in Europe, "that tho Hollorhorn creates such
<iu ado in Yurrup, when it's sich a common
diseaao among tho cattle in Amer i ky." The
old lady, having delivered herself of the
above, took a tloso of LIFTMAN'S GUEAT GER?
MAN BiTTKns to cheer her depressed spirits,
and resumed her knitting.
Lippman's Bitters are for salo by all drug?
gists and dealers. Depot in Columbia, S. C.,
at GEIUEU & McGitEooit's,.DruggiBta. S IS
THU attention of the reader is reapectfully
invited to tho advertisement of Bradfield &
Co., in anothor column. They are undoubt?
edly Belling tho heat romedies out for thc
diseases thoy aro recommended for. BRAD?
FIELD'* FEMALE REUULATOH and Dr. PBurnrrr's
CELKHUATED LIVER MEDICINE, has certainly
cured moro aftlictod persona than any two
medicines of their age. Try them and bo
well, ns these gentlemen guaranteo satiafac
tiou or money refunded. A 7
A MOST 8TUIKINO CONTRAST.-Tho old'thair
dyes and "colorera," etc., aro all more or lesa
sticky, muddy, and fetid, and tho huea they
impart aro not natural. PIIALON'S VITALIA,
OR SALVATION FOR TnF. HAIR, the newly-disco?
vered agent, ia, on tho other hand, limpid,
transparent, fragrant, and effective, and lias
no sediment. Sold by all druggists and fr.ucy
gooda dealers. Oct 'J t3
SPOTTED LIKE DOMINOES.-Tho tooth EOOU
bocomo speckled if every defilement ?B not re?
moved from thom every twenty-four houri.
To do this effectually, there is nothing like
SOZODONT. It literally renders tho enamel
impervious and indestructible.
..SrALUINO'S" celebrated Glue, usoful and
true. Oct 9 +3
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Removal o? Bental C??ce.
DU. D. L. BOOZER bas removed his
r.>ihee to Mr. G. Diorcks' new building,
on Main street, over tho Messrs. Porter A
Co.'a Dry Goods' Store, where ho offers bis
professional services lo bia former patrons