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??d^hj&fc'/?t; was essential in
'> : foroo and point to the
^^^^^^???goteoded further, that
it w^ra??j^tti'.^.'.give- an expose ot
the fla^abiiTraudsiand plunderings that
b??r?9fi)M^^f^^t&'? radical regime, and
w^a^wfei^l?^J^S^'?et? ' of our indigna
tion.be te^^^??t tho lightnings of
truth go ??r^??'so?the tho enemies of
th?i S?ft|Si;P?Dnl?.fcis.been dono, and well
done.- ^?Error ^wounded" writhes in
pajln>:^?i.j?^4/<'it,, again and again,
until it ''dies among its worshippers."
Xj^t'^!'tHe ::texpbB?i'es that hare been
.}^th ^?ieon?He, thedamu
ig'es- mndo bykamptou bud Bat
1ei&&^ Will cling
to Gov. Scott like tho shirt of Nessus.
1 Itt general, tho, obarges,made,,proved,
?o?rnpIioa??lPi will not so ou be
|Mg^?e;'rh0n titand pilloried
irbaltore'the. country. Nor will?
B?fi? sown" broadcast over the
I timo to bring us a bar
" ?rm e Hovt is ? suce ose,
?$b#??? bl truth
.. 1?'V' * ' . " " . .
P|?^t us go on,-resolved,too?rjry.oh our
'.^?ll^?bn;.nntU'^ ;recover the power
^'Ip?wsnce-to'^biob:we are enti
Kpit))^ God. It ia
d^ven.^ of the
,Whitemari: 9_f.^0J6Qttth to give tone and1
direotion to Southern oivilization. Du
ny^g^;;^ no right to
. Which theyare^entitled before Heaven
?u? ?n^ nevertheless assert
abd win that sopremacy. to whioh we
shall's'hovv'.Q?rselyes ontitled by superior
genius, virtue and enterprise. To this
grsat work we command and summon
tba ogo, the youth, the manhood of tho
? . i -_ . >??>
? ? * ' v *,^orF .P5N.OA?1> tor ?ne Day.
. Whether Carpenter and Butler are
elected or not, the indications aro that
.. seventeen out of thirty-one Oouuties in
tho Stato'havo gone for Beform. Every?
where the. radical majorities have been
*-:-? ?? ?
On the 1st : instant, the British Post
Oh?c? inaugurated a new and most im?
portant addition to the manifold facili?
ties which the people enjoy for corres?
pondence; we allude to the half penny
post cards. The ' United States Post
Office Department now proposes to
adopt this British idea, and to give our
people the advantages oonneoted with it.
The material |s fine laid card paper, fl ex i
-. ble and strong, and is intended for those
multitudinous messages whioh require
no secrecy or concealment. Their price
will be #1 per 100, and it is expected
that they will be used by the million.
They will nave envelopes, note paper,
folding, stamping and all the other
trouble attending the writing of short
The Charleston papers record innu?
merable, outrages at the different coun?
try preeinota iu that County. At Biggin
;!s?#|brbh the ballot-box was carried off by
tho trieb. A colored Reformer-a mi
:^S^r^ia , Christ Church, wa? badly
besten and hi? life threatened. Senator
W? B. Hoyt,. ?1 Golleton, was seriously
Stabbed by one of the members of his
political faith. Serious difficulties are
reported at Strawberry Ferry. Horry,
York and Lancaster have Reform ma?
jorities. Orang?burg is uuoertain. The
aggregate, vote in Abbeville, with the
lei?'?ptton of Childes' Cross Roads, Cal?
houn's Mills and Lo w n d ea viii o, is 4,553
white 1,764, colored 2,790.
,.%THB .STBAs?pBQ CATHEDRAL.-A cor?
respondent writes in regard to this colo
fted cathedral, that to all external ap
rancQ it has escaped nniDjured by
recent bombardment. The spire ia
as attractive a spectacle as ever, but it
has been struck in more places than
one. The cross on its summit appears
to have been touched by a projectile. It
le??s.to' one side. Some of the orna?
mental work has been carried away, and
in one of the. side towers a portion of
the stone stairway has been destroyed.
The outer roof of tho nave has been
burned; the windows have here and
there been pierced with balls, bot the
famous clock bas escaped destruction,
and the cathedral is on the whole in ex?
There ia a damsel in Norfolk County,
Virginia; .whose htiir is so red that she
has to wear fly-nots over h?r ears to
keep candi? moths from straying into
that part of her anatomy while she sits
pensive in the summer twilight.
m^ m^^^M?^a^.^.?WS -cota,
panton was a miserable-looking dog*.
Ho came into the city sometimes to beg,
and would piteously implore for.money,
stating that be WAS starving. Sometimes
he would gather rags or scraps of paper
and self. them. Every one supposed him
to bo wretchedly poor. Ho had an eril
lopk, jand mothers would remove their
children when, they saw him co m i o g.
One day last week, however, a child, the
sou of Mr. Abraham Skinner, went out
alone to fish iq tho stream? and happen?
ed to wander on until, bc foro he knew it,
he oame to the hovel of the old man.
At first he was frightened, but seeing no
one around, he plucked up courage and
went nearer. Everything was silent.
He went and peeped through a crack in
the side of tho hut. He almost scream?
ed at what he saw, for be beheld tho old
man bending over a bag of money that
he was counting. There were other bags
besido him containing large quantities of
money. Mr. Skinner'sson was so terrified
that 'when he attempted to ' move be
stumbled. Luke lightning the old man
rushed out and seized him. "Ha," ho
screamed, "I've caught you, have I?
You saw me, did you? Well, now,
you'll pay for it." And before Mr.
Skinner's eon could say a word, the old
mOnstorY with ah awful laugh, drow out
a knife,'and cut the child's tongue out.
Then ho ohopped off his fingers. "Now,"
he said, "now you can go, for you can't
tell." The poor boy ran off, overoome
with agony, and ran to his father's house
only to fill them with consternation.
What was the matter with their child?
He could not speak to tell them ! He
could not write,, for his fingers were cut.
Still the'poor boy, after efforts of the
most horrible pain, managed to fix a
pencil between his bloody stumps of
fingers rand wrote, the awful tale! A
party was immediately organized and
hastened to the miser's den. He was at
the door as they approached, and fired a
revolver six times at ?hem, wounding
two of the party seriously. Mr. Skinner
returned thc fire, and the aged villain
fell, with a piercing yell, mortally wound?
ed. "My money-my money!" be
moaned, "my beautiful money!" and he
crawled to Ina bags of gold and Bank
upon them-a corpse! Over 310,000
was discovered, whioh was preseuted to
the poor-house and other charitable in?
stitutions. Tho event will never be for?
gotten by our citizens. The ohild is
slowly recovering. The miser was
buried the day after and the but was torn
A girl in San Jose is possessed of a
devil in the shape of a bushwhacker's
ghost. The spirit, on being questioned,
replied, through the month of the girl:
"I was what you call a bushwhacker, and
was killed by this girl's father, and, ns I
still feel a spirit of revenge ugaiust him,
I have taken control of her to further
my designs; I have nothing against the
girl, and intend to do her no barm."
Apparently, tho evil spirit went on to
tell many things which bud happened
between himself and the girl's relatives,
(all of which was true,) and finally told
them that there was a letter on the way
to them, giving information of the se?
vere sickness of a little sister of the girl,
whom he was using for his evil purpose.
Tho letter alluded to arrived in a few
days, confirming tho truth of what hud
been foretold. The relatives of the girl,
with whom she was living, thinking that
the child might be insane, sont her to a
private asylum in Alameda County a fow
days ago, and have learned that sho is
not disturbed any longer by the revenge?
ful monster. Tho spirit had told them
before that he would leave the girl when
she should be removed from ber rela?
tives, but he would enter into some other
member of the family. A day or so ago
a letter r? ss received ii o in Missouri,
stating that the father of the girl was
afflicted in a manner which exactly cor?
responds with- the former disorders of
the child. The story comes from the
parties directly connected with the
strange affair, who are upright, honor?
CABINET CHANGES.-It is worthy of
note, says the Philadelphia Ilevuru, that
with tho retirement of Mr. Cox but a
singlo one of tho entire array of cabinet
officer? originally appointed by Goneral
Grant now remains. Mr. Washburne,
of Illinois, gave way, as Secretary of
State, to Mr. Fish, of New York. Mr.
Stewart, of New York, gave way, as
Sccrotary of the Treasury, to Mr. Bout
well, of Massachusetts. General Raw?
lins, of Illinois, gave way, as Secretary
of War, to General Belknap, of Iowa.
Mr. Borie, of Pennsylvania, gave way,
as Secretary of the Navy, to Mr. Robe?
son, of New Jersey. General Cox, of
Ohio, has given way, as Secretary of tho
Interior, probably to Mr. Delano, of tho
same State. Judge Hoar, of Massachu?
setts, gave way, as Attorney-General, to
Mr. Akerman, of Georgia. Mr. Cres?
well, of Maryland, the Postmaster-Gene?
ral, is tho only officer who has retained
his scat in tho cabinet, although only a
little more than twenty months have
elapsed since the original ministry was
TRUE.-Ruskin says, and well sayp,
that "it is no man's business whether he
has genius or not; work ho must, what?
ever he ia, bat quietly and steadily; and
the nataral and unforced results of such
work, will be always the thing God meant
him to do, and will be his best. No
agonies or henrt-rondings will enable
him to do 'any better. If he is a great
man, they will bo great things, but al?
ways, if thoa peacefully done, good and
right ; always, if restlessly and ambitious?:
ly done, false, hollow and despicable."
Always found wanting-beggars.
with whom 'E^^'?^Vl|?iSl?t?d th** ?
he had left a wife and famUyi? Vermont,
for whom he should ?pud as soon as a
new home in the West was prepared for
their reception. Purchasing cholee real
estate'lb the town, erecting upon ita flue
residence, and entering largely into pro?
fitable business, he was presently ready.,
to be rejoined bj those nearest his heart,
and rejoiced in the opportunity to sena
East for them by a gentleman about to
make a flying visit thither. Tbo ex?
pected wife and children, however, never
cara e. While the husband and father
was eagerly looking for thom every doy,
in their stead came a letter whoso reve?
lations seemed to bow and blight tbe
recipient like a withering disease.
. What the aotual tidings were Mr. Ha
zolton's nearest neighbors and friends in
tba West never knew; but from tbe mo?
ment of reading them be went about
like one broke in every hope of life. At
onco selecting a legal agent, he, without
a word of explanation, conveyed all bis
property to his wife, provided she ap?
peared on the spat to claim it within fif?
teen years. In tho meantime the new
house was to be rented for the payment
of taxes and the agent's commission.
Having made this arrangement, with as
few words us possible, tho stricken man
peremptorily closed bis business in the
town, even at a grent sacrifice, and dis?
appeared from the West. Eighteen
years bave passed, and the strangely as?
signed property, now greatly enhanced
in value, is still unclaimed. The period
during which the wife's ownership was
to hold good having expired, tbe house
and grounds are without a known in?
heritor, and challenge ' some Eastern
honsehold to solve s family mystery and
reclaim n noble estate.
"CASTE."-The New York World dis?
poses of the "caste" question in the fol?
lowing tart paragraph:
.... "At a .meeting of blacks iu this oity on.
Mommy night, aar mi n. impassioned
speeches were mud?, asserting the im?
mense progress Cf the negro race to?
wards gentility, and the clear right of
said race to admission, on equal terms
with whites, into the best hotels. With
tho customary obtuseness of the Afri?
can, it does not appear to have struck
orators at this meeting that it is but a
poor sign of gentility for any one to
seek to thrust in where he is not wanted.
A certain measure of what may be term?
ed politeness is characteristic of the
negro; bnt, if meetings aro to bo held
for tho purpose of facilitating intrusions,
OnfFs reputation for civility will sink to
I the low estate of those carpet-bag sneaks
who nie perpetually whining about the
social ostracism they meet ?South, as if
uuy but nu ingrained blackguard would
seek admission where not wanted, or
howi about it when denied."
DEAD.-We aro pained to record the j
death of Rev. Bryant Boroughs, a
minister of the Baptist denomination,
which sad event occurred nt his residence
in this County on Tuesday morning last,
in tho seventy-eighth year of his age.
He had been in bad health for the last
two years, and his death was not unex?
pected. He wns a native of this County,
and had served in tho ministry for more
than forty years, with faithfulness and
Mrs. Mary McMahon was buried at
Good Hopo Church, in this County, on
Saturday, October 8th. She was a na?
tive of Ireland, and was buried upon
her ninety-eighth birth-day. She had
lived for manyyears in Anderson County, ,
aud was greatly esteemed among her
neighbors. Up to a few months since, j
she was remarkably active for one of her
advanced age.-Anderson Intelligencer. j
CONFAB BETWEEN DON FiATT AND A
STEAMBOAT PILOT.-"That is Black
"Yes, sir; highest mountain about
"Any story or legend connected with
"Lots of 'em. Two lovers went up
that mountain once nud never ernie back
"Indued, why; what became ut them?''
"Went down on tho other side."
A Paris wine-shop keeper being asked
what ho thonght of the Republic, re?
plied: "Why, sir, many of the people in
this district don't know what it means.
Those in the next room think they now
have tho right to call for everything
they like and not pay a sou. I can get
no money from them, and when I ask,
they reply, "Chalk it down and give us
more drink; it is a Republic now.' It is
useless to remonstrate, for they aro a
rough set about hero."
GIN HOUSE BURNED.-We regret to
state that our friend, Mr. J. E. Mong,
met with n very serions loss on Sunday
evening last, in tho burning of his new
gin house with all its contents, consist?
ing of a cotton screw aud press, a new
cotton gin, six bales of cotton, 400
bushels of Boyd's Prolific cotton seed,
and sixty bushels of Dickson's Improv
od, which Mr. Meng had reserved for
next year's planting. Total loss not less
than 81,600.-Unionville Times.
Henry Ward Beecher owns a $25,000
house in Brooklyn, a $30,000 farm in
Peekskill, and half the Christian Union
newspaper. Twenty-five years ago ho
had to wait some times a week before be
could pay postage ou a home letter. His |
salary was $150, half payable in provi?
AROHJEOBOOICAIJ.-A Chin cao poem,
Li Sao, written 300 y caro before Christ,
hiss beon discovered, recently, and is
said to prove thai tho Chinese. knew '
of the existence of America at that J
litt glad yoffera? for all the. neigh?
^?T?ie editor of thc Wintsrset flow?)
?un ha? the proud satisfaction of know?
ing that he is the smallest editor, physi?
cally . speaking, in the world. He is
thirty six inches high and w?tghs thirty
six pounds. "
Bits of frontier life-scalps.
FIRST IN MARKET.
New Hulled Buckwheat.
-g S\ BARRELS j nat to hand. For salo low
LVj by GEORGE SYMMEH8.
FIFTY boxes GOSHEN and NEW YORK
STATE CHEESE, for salo low by
Oct 9 EDWARD HOPE.
f^rtrt LBS PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
OUU on hand and for salo low at wholcaale
and retail._J. AT. R. AGNEW.
Flour'. Flour'.! Flour'.'.'.
Or\rV BARRELS FLOUR, consisting in
OUv part of Choice Family Flour, "the
beat in thexoorld;" also, Extra and Sapor Flour,
at very lowest market ?irices for cash, for sala
by_J. &, T. R. AGNEW.
GIBSON'S OLD FAMILY NEC-TOR and
VX Ryo WHISKEYS "thejmrest and best in
market." AIBO, a full stocU of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, of all gradea, always on hand
and for sale b> J. Je T. R. AGNEW.
: 245 SAW
210 SAW GINS, warranted in
: quality second to none on tho
: continent, juBt received and for
! sale VERY LOW.
: Oct 9 L?RICK & LOWRANCE.
3/?AA ACRES of LAND in Barnwell,
.OUV/ on the Edi?to.
750 ACRES in Kershaw-iu lots to auit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 Houae in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirtoen acres. LAND, near the
c?ty-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
1 Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
Jtjept 24_ ly
Guus, Pistols, Etc.
I INFORM my friends and
^^>^7 publio in gouoral that I have
^CgfeS^Just received an entire now
v ?atook of Doubla and Singlo Bar?
rel GTJN8, REPEATERS, Flaaka, Pouches,
Pistol-Belts, Caps, Buck-Shot, Cartridges.
Cartridges for all kinda of I'ietola, Powder
REPAIRING dono at abort notice.
Oct 8_P. W. KRAFT, Main atreot.
THE finest assortment in tho city of Eng
liah Stub Twist aud Laminated Steel
Fowling PIECES, of all pradea, both Muz?
zle and Breech-loading; alao, Dixon's ahoot
ing tackle, Elcy'a pcrcuaaion cai) and wad,
etc WM. GLAZE.
Oct 19 Imo Formerlv Glaze tc Radcliffe.
AT "KINARD'S "
SE CASE TICKING,
Damaged at Sea,
J. H. & M. L. KINARD.
C. F, JACKSON
IS now prepared to exhibit to tho ladies a
handsome assortment of
111 At UV Pill Wi fl IR AIN
wLunnu, Oll i ii L^, ftll.lDdj
Of tho lateat styles.
VELVETEEN FOR CLOAKS,
In BLACK, ROYAL PURPLE and WHITE.
F BIN OE TRIMMING.
S. W. PORTER. R. M. STEELE?
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
T O - 33 Y !
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A fall and choico lot of
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
j Wo ofter our Goods at low Cotton figures.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct ai Columbia, S. C.
2.45 P. M.
Charleston, evening, opens 8 ?. M. ;
closes 6 P. M.
Office open Sundays from half-past
4 o'clock to half-past 5.
THE STATE FAIR-SECRETARY AIKEN'S
CARD.-We invite attention to the card
of the Secretary on the subject of our
next State Fair. It will be seen tbat
every newspaper in the State is request?
ed to copy the notice. Let ns further
request our cotemporaries to bring be?
fore their readers tbe State Fuir for No?
vember 9th, 10th and 11th. Wo desire
to make it a great success. Lot us fly
high the flag of material development
and Stato re-union.
COLUMBIA.-The rapidity with which
our city is being rebuilt attracts univer?
sal attention and general admiration.
In February, 18G5, all the buildings on
Main and several adjacent streets were
entirely destroyed. During tho five
years intervening the ruins havo nearly
all been cleared away, and substantial
structures erected. Main street alone
can boast of 110 brick stores-the ma?
jority of them two and three story
buildings. Fully one thousand dwellings
have also been erected on other streets
many of them really handsome resi?
dences; and the work is still going ou
rapidly. In two or three years, if tho
building mania continues, all the waste
places will bo covered, and our healthy
city will rank in beauty abd dimensions
with the first in the South.
FATAL AFFRAY IN LAURENS.-SENSA?
TIONAL REPORTS.-Pr?yate letters receiv?
ed in thia city, yesterday, from New?
berry, Btnte that a difficulty ocenrred in
Laurens, on Thursday, while members
of tho State Constabulary were attempt?
ing to arrest a Teuueaseean. Shots were
exchanged, and it is rnmored that thc
two constables were killed and othci
parties wounded-Joe Crows among
them. There are many rumors afloat,
and ranch excitement. Several colored
persons, who had arrived in Newberry,
report thnt four of their race bad been
Tho conductor of thc freight train,
which left Newberry at 4 o'clook, report?
that a crank car bad arrived at Helenf
from Laurens, with young Crews aboard,
who asserted that ono whito and fonr co
lorcd men had been killed, and that bi:
father had disappeared.
Constable Hubbard has been fnrnishec
with the following information by on<
of his deputies:
"About half-past ll o'clock, on Thurs
day, a party of about 100 armed met
proceeded to the residence of Mr. Jos
Crews, in Laurens, where a number o
arms belonging to the colored militii
were deposited, and carried them oil
Deputy Constables Tyler and Halo, win
were in charge, were killed. It is ro
ported that Volney Perrott, another do
puty, was wounded. Deputy Constabl
F. D. Lchey is said to have been hun/
on the roadside. Crows ran off, but wa
pursued. The arms were carried off."
PncsNrxiANA.-Persons residing on tin
Greenville and Columbia, Blue Ridge
Laurens, and Spartanburg and Unioi
Railroads, can obtain the telegraph!
newe, market reports, etc., through tb
columns of . the- PHCBSIX, twenty-fou
hours ahead of any other paper. Re
member this, cotton buyers and busiues
Wo are to have theatrical entertain
ments in Columbia once more. The cmi
nent trogedian, Edwin Forrest, sup
ported by an efficient company, will giv
several performances in Janney's Hall
commencing on Friday evening next.
Rov. J. B. Westcott, of North Caroli
na, student at Greenville, S. C., ont hi
throat with a razor, Thursday, in a fit c
mental aberration, and died instantly.
Mr. Boyce is tho name of the jewelle
who died in Newberry on election day.
Photographs oamo down heavily ye*
torday. A gust of wind upsot Mesan
Weam ?fe Hix's show-case.
If you want to go to tho dearest spc
on earth, go to tho store that does no
Europe most be near peace, sinco th
Berlin now8papers have commenced es
amining tho bills and discussing the cost
85,000,000,000 is the neat little tote
which presents itsolf for settlement u
to dato, and it takes a heap of glory t
open a treasury door to that extent.
An exchange says: "Moro people ru
for ofiico than reaoh it."
When Paris was found to be too tigb
a place for the Bank of France, the ban
was taken to another place-Toulouse.
An Adiroudackcr at Saratoga, seeing
Broadway belle driving her pb ?ton, wit
the negro in livery behind, remarket
"That negro must pay that nicc-lookin
girl a pile to drive for him."
crson Uouac:~n. XL KlDg, Waohiogtoo;
James Wilhelm; Hy. ; '0. v7.-Willie. New
YoxUy Wi m ?Htrej^ Attesta; . T. R,
Klih?, Chester; :F. 'Auld, 8UO. Confer?
ence ; Hiss Mary J. Auld, i Laureas; T.
P. Li de, Jr. j? Darli n gton ; J. ' ? tin o woll
and wife, U. 8. A.; J. J. Gorrhely, Char?
lotte; A. J. Symmes, Charleston; H. J.
Sears, Now Orl?ans.
Columbia Hotel.-A. H. Caoghm?h, J.
O. Drafts, Lexington; W. M. Wheeler,
Sumter; O. P. Mills, Greenville; Miss
Sallie Mills, Charleston; F. O. Wells,
agent Holland's Theatre, With Edwin
Forrest; T. J. Goodwyn, Fort Motte;
Miss M. Schofield, Danby, Pa.; Alex.
MoBee, Greenville; F. M. Wonnamaker
and serv?nt, Orangeburg; R. W. Boon?r,
S. C. ; L. J. Carpenter, oity.
LIST OT? NEW ADVETCTTSBMENTS.
Miller's Almanac for 1871.
Wm. Wallace-Survivors* Meeting.
J. H. Dean-Administrator's Sale.
James G. Gibbes-Caution.
C. P. Leslie-To the Public.
"It's mit y curia," said Mrs. Partington to
Ike, while reeding about the impending war
in Europe, "that tho Hollerhorn creates such
an ado in Yurrup, when it's sieh a common
disease among tho cattle in Ameriky." The
old lady, having delivered herself of the
above, took a dose of LITPMAX'S GUKAT Gsa
MAS BITTERS to cheer her depressed epirits,
and resumed her knitting;
Lippman'e Bitters aro tor nain by all drug?
gists aud dealers. Depot iii Columbia. H. C.,
at GEIGER & MCGREGOR'S, Druggists. S 18
TUE attention of the reader ia respectfully
invited to tho advertisement of Bradfield &
Co., in another column. They are undoubt?
edly selling tho best remedies out for the
diseases they aro recommended for. ; BRAD
FIELD'S FEMALE EEO un ATO n and Dr. Pnur-m rx's
CELEBRATED DIVER MEDICINE, bas certainly
cured moro afflicted persons than any two
medicines of their ago. Try them and be
well, ns theso gentlemen guarantee satiafao
tion or money refunded. A 7
A BEAUTIFUL TBOUQHT.-It may be truth?
fully said that the greatest of aU/pleeeingB ia
health, for without it the joye voucheafed aro
turned to sorrows. To all health, is essential
to: life's enjoyment. and pnrauita, to the
young and old, to tim rich and ppoz?^~4 ^
in search of woalth? Health id E
Do you desire Office and ' wprlj
Of,what avail would these be witf
Tho beauties of spring, tho song 1
deop blue sky, tho ylhng ocean,/
i>ootic fascination'which charrhe
icalthy in mind and tiddy; but to4,bo sick
what are theao but mockerioH. Tho body dis .
eased, the mind sickly o'er .with - tho oaddeat
[of thoughts. Ohl that.'X may live to appre?
ciate the blessings of health. Thia rich boon
is within tho reach of all? -. The remedy at hand
in HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DICLIOHT, tho health pa?
nacea. Now ia the timo to try itz ? A 2
At tho rosideuco of tho bride's father, on
the evening of October 20, 1870. by tho.Rev.
W. A. Mood, THOMAS D. LOMAS to Misa
SUSAN L. COON. . . . : V^lpj.-.
TO THE PUBLIC.,
CoLUMniA, October .21,1870.
I viii givo to tho bankers and buaincea men
of this State, iu a few days, an expose of the
Carolina National Bank and its atook opera?
tions. This statement will bo corroborated
by tho m OH t reliable h usin?es men of Colum?
bia. The public will then bo enabled to de?
termino what valuo or credit that institution
is entitled to; also, to ?x the true value of
their stock. 0. P. LESLIE.
Caution to the Public.
THE public are cautioned not to purchase
tho Stock alluded to in the advertisement
published by Mr. Leslie, as the consideration
for which it was given has not been complied
with, and tho Carolina National Bank, has
been enjoined from lotting it be transferred.
Oct 21 2_JAMES G. G1BBEB.
AMEETING of the 8UBVIVOIl'S ASSO?
CIATION of Richland wlU be held on
WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 12 o'clock m.; in the
Hall of the Independent Fire Company, to
eloct ofnoors for the ensuing year, appoint
Delegates to tho Stato Association, and trans?
act other business of importance. A .full at?
tendance is requested.
WM. WALLACE, vice-President.
R. C. BnivER, Secretary._ Oct 22
W. M. HOLLAND.Loaaoo and Manager.
JOB. McARDLE.Businoss Manager.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 and 29,
The Groit Tragodian,
WILL appear, supported by Miss LILLIE,
Mr. W. HARRIS, and W. M. HOL?
LAND'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.
BVIdny Kvcnlng_ .RICHEXIKU.
Saturday Evening.ICING LEAR.
GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY AFTER?
NOON, October 29, on which occasion Misa
EFFIE JOHN8 will appoar. - i
S3" Admisaion $1; Resorvod Seats $1.50.
Tioketa for salo at Bryan tc McCartor's Book?
aloo. F. G. WELLS, Agent.
Oct 22 _ 7
NOW IN Pfll&BM
MILLER'S ALMANAC FOE 1871.
54<ft Year of Publication,,
TUE undersigned having been re-engaged
by the Proprietor (Mr. A. E. Miller) to
publish his old and favorite ALMANAC, now
in itu 04th year of publication, respectfully
inform tho public ana its patrons, that it will
bo ready for sale aa soon as tho ponding elec?
tions aro completed.
It will contain the correoted times of tho
holding of Circuit and Common Pleas Courts
in ovory County in this State, besides tho
nowly elected Stato Officers, Members of Con?
gress, and other important information rela?
tive to United States Government, City Corpo?
rations, otc., etc.
Tho Proprietor and Publishers will aparo no
nains to mako thia favorite Almanac sustain
Its morl tod reputation.
A fow Advertisements will bo taken at thc
following rates, money to bo sent with order
to ineuro insertion:
1 Page..$20 00
& ".....10 00
I ?'.6 00
The Almanao will ho furnished to Book-aell
ers and o thora at tho following priccn:
100 " ............?i..,.,>....,...... V 00
Larger orders at special rates.
For Information, otc;, address,
A. M. WILLIAMS * BRO., Publishers,
143 and 145East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
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