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S?a?ay'lSvninKt October 23,1870. !
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Tb* AJTklr at laurene Court House.
The nows received here Friday even?
ing, of troubles at Laurens Court House,
produced deep feeling in the community.
The report that Governor Scott designed
to send ap the two negro companies
have created much excitement, which
was increased by the unusual display of
colored uniforms and guns on tho street.
About 9 o'clock P. M., a gentleman
from Governor Scott's office brought
the assurance that no colored companies
would be sent from Columbia. This
led to public quiet. We learu that
Messrs. H?ge and Hobbard went up to
Newberry, Friday night, and remained
an hour or two. We have heard of
several inflammatory remarks which
should be brought to notice. One case
we intend to bring forward. A gentle?
man informed UB that he heard Mr. J. B.
Dennis, otherwise known as "General,"
eay to a crowd of colored meu, in refer?
ence to the affair at Laurens, that they
onght io take their Winchester rifles,
and go and kill these people off, &o.,
?C. Mr. Donuts, we believe, has some
official connection with tho Adjutant
General's office here. As he is so belli?
gerent, we hope that Governor Scott will
seud him, at least, to the front.
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We leam that the excitement hus sub?
sided at Laurens, and that all is quiet.
It is reported that five white and three
oolored men were killed in the difficulty i
that occurred; and that the firing, which !
resulted in the death of these men, com- i
monced between a citizen and a member
of the State constabulary. Oar infor?
mant states that the United States troops
sont to Laurens will be received with
satisfaction, as the community desire
law and order. The whole difficulty, it
is claimed, resulted from the armiug of
th? oblored people. This led the whites,
in self-defence, to arm themselves, i
Hence, the firing, and the result
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A correspondent at Alston given thc
following re tn ru a from two boxes iu
Broad Biver Township-Beform 173;
Little Mountain Township-Reform
178; Radical 12. There is no doubt that
Lexington will go Beform by 600 or 700.
Anderson voted 3,483; of these 2,088
are white, and 1,397 colored. Carpen?
ter and Butler's majority will bo fully
400; County delegates to tho Legislature
have less majorities, on account of inde?
A correspondent of tho News, writing
from Williamsburg, says:
"It is probable that the radicals have
carried the day by a small majority. Wo
have greatly reduced their majority. At
the last elections they had about 1,800
majority. Now they will not get that
many votes iu the County."
A SOUTH CAROLINIAN ABKOAD.-In tho
Baily Democrat, published at Brownvillr,
Nebraska, wo notice the recent electiou
to the Nebraska ^Senate of E. W. Tho?
mas, Esq., formerly of Charleston, S. C.
Senator Thomas was elected on the De?
mocratic ticket. He is a son of tho late
Rev. Edward Thomas, and a brother of
Dr. T. Gaillard Thomas, of New York.
AN ARKANSAS "LOCAL."-An Arkansas
"local," becoming incensed at. some re?
marks of a brother quill-driver in tho
same town, concerning his personal
appearance, lauuohes tho following tub
full of Arkansian editorial lightning at
his confrere's head :
"The volcanic, pimple-headed, blister
brained, owl-faced, spiked-nose, weasel
faced, web-footed, peg-legged, lilipu
tian, foggy pettifogger of the Bugle-IJorn
of Liberty does not like our personal
appearance. Until this foul-mouthed,
brazen debaser has been run through a
sieve,a filter, scoured, sorubbod, swabbed,
sponged and disinfected, until ho is a
fit object to enter decent society, wo will
forbear having anything to say about
CHIGNONS -It is anuounced, upon the
authority of a Berlin newspaper, that
the chignon has gone quite out of fabhion
in that city, nobody wearing this un?
sightly addendum except the demi?
monde. How good will it bo, the Tri?
bune says, for our eyes, if our charming
American young women (as well ns the
moro ancient) will but follow this ex?
ample! It ?B not possible to make this
artificial execrescenceT.sightly-it is a
deformity upou the tall and equally so
upon the short. With tho natural hair
carried well back and tied up behind tho
ears, a finely shaped head has eomo
chance of being recognized and duly ad?
mired; but tho hoad of Veuus herself
would be insupportable in a bag-wig.
Through what mysterious iufluenco is it
that fashion and deformity are always
going hand in hand?
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BUDDEN DEATI?.-Mr. Bonbon Corley,
au old and respected citizen, who resitt?
ed about a milo from this place, while
stuudiug upon a fenco pickiug grapes
last Monday, was suddouly takou with
heart disease. He fell and expired in a
few miuntcs.-Lexington Dispatch.
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A&ONUMBOTT? G&?BA?I ' BOB?BBT E.
frieudaand admirera of Glenora! II. E.
Lee in our own country and abroad, to
unite with them io contribution for an
equestrian bronze statue of oar chief?
tain, of the best workmanship, to be
erected in the soldiers' portion of Holly?
A most eligible site, overlooking this
whole section, and in the centre of the
part appropriated to the remaius of the
dead from tho battlo-f?olds of Gettys?
burg, has been offered by the Associa?
tion to his family for his final resting
place, under our loving and continual
care, and that of Virginia and the South.
If tho body should lio elsewhere, it is
still eminently fitting to ereot a monu?
ment to his memory iu the midst of the
heroes who foll fighting under his leader?
ship. It is proposed that on tho memo?
rial days to be observed throughout the
South, overy congregation, Cbristiau and
Hebrew, make their contributions for
A deposit of funds will bo made nt Pv.
M. Maury & Co.'s, Richmond, Va., and
it is hoped the requisite amount will bo
secured at once.
MRS. WM. H. MACFARLAND,
MRS. G. W. RANDOLPH,
MRS. JAMES LYONS,
MRS. WM. BROWN,
RICHMOND, Va., October 19, 1870.
Mr. Holmes exhibited a bunch of ba?
nanas which was grown in his garden in
this oity, and supposed to be the first
bunch which ever ripened in the open
air, so far North. It will be sent to the
Augusta fair.-Charleston Courier.
Died, in Montgomery, Alabama, of neu?
ralgia of tho heart, on Saturday, tho 15th
instant, DB. T. J. GOODWYN, aged thirty
Dine years. Many relatives and warm friends
throughout this, U?B native State, will mourn
bis untimely death.
At Hamburg, 8. C., on the 19th of October,
by tho bride's father Rov. P. 8. Jacobs, Mr.
MOSES SIMON, of Hamburg, S. G., to Miss
AMELIA M. JACOBS, of Augusta, Ga.
The sale by me advertised to tako place on
Monday next, of 150 Shares of Stoc? in ?the
Carolina National Bank, of thia city, and of the
Note of Messrs. Blakely ic Gibbes, pledged to
mo aa collateral, ia hereby withdrawn.
My action in reference thereto, as a'ao tho
statement made in reference to tho Bank, in
my card of tho 22d instant, were predicated
upon a misapprehension on my part of thc
position of tho Bank, in relation to a transfer
of tho Stock, and I hereby, aa au act of justice
to tho Hank, withdraw auch statements.
Oct 23 1 C. P. LESLIE.
OF all styles, to be had cheap, at
Oct 23 J. SULZdACHER'S.
ALL persona who purchased TRACTS of
LAND of R. N. Lowia' plantation, aro
hereby notified tn call on mo and pay for their
laud, and obtain their titles, on or before 10th
of November, otherwise the land will ho di?
vided and ro-fcold. By order of Executor.
Oct 23 2* _JAM ES WINDSOR. Agent.
Gold and Silver Coin.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK buy and
sell GOLD and SILVER at a small mar?
gin. A. G. BRENIZER,
Od 23 Cashier.
Winter Schedule Spartanburg and
ON and after the 21th
instant, thu Passcii^or
Trains will K<> down on MONDAYS. WEDNES?
DAYS and FBIDA?S; leaving SpartanburK
Court House, at 7 20 A. M., and arriving at
liat?n 1.85 P. M.
Returning on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS, will leavo Alston at 9.50 A.
M., and arrive at Spartanburg at 3.40 P. M.
THOMAS B. JETER, President.
UXIONVILLE. 8- O._Oct 23
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK would
call tho attention of tho public lo tho fact
that they aro transacting a GENERAL BANK?
ING BUSINESS, and extond tho usual accom
modationa to busineas men and others, who
favor thom with their accounts.
Oct 23_A. G. BBENIZER, Cashier.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK ia now
propared to draw directly on all thc pro?
minent places in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
and the Orient,
and will furuioh drafts at New York rates.
Oct 23 _A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
ALL poraona indebted to tho lato Dr.
SAMUEL FAIR, of Columbia, deceased,
aro hereby not i ii cd to make immediate pay?
ment; and thoso holding claims against his
catato will present tho samo, properly attcat
od, to mo. MARY D. FAIR,
110 suit all, at roaaonablo prieea, at
" NICKERSON HOUSE,"
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THIS pleasantly.locatcd HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any
House in the South for comfort
_land healthy locality, ia now
open to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
uico, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
ia solicited." My Omnibus will bo lound at
tho diff?rent depots-passengers carried to
and from tho Hotel free of charge.
Nov 3 WM. A. WI1IOHT.
Removal ot Dental Office.
DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
iofhco to Mr. G. Diereks' now building,
on Main stroot, over tho Messrs. Porter &
Co.'s Dry Gooda* Storo, where ho ?fters bia
professional servi ctn to his former patrons
and the public June 28
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
rilFIESE GINS, so well known throughout
J_ tho South, need no comment. In atylo of
workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with the same amount ol
power, is unequaled, lt. TOZER, Agent,
August 2 Columbia, S. C.
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DENT."-Last OVPhlng P.^OUt 0 C'cloci, ?? j
Mr. Wi Hin m Schuyler, au old SSL TM
Bpeotablo oftizen of South Falk, itt
leaving his reoidencs to go demo to wo,
ns has b?eu- his usual cuotonj for many
yeats, with the exception Only of a short
interval in the spring of 1850, during
which he was confined to his bed by in
juries received in attempting to stop a
runaway horse by thoughtlessly placing
himself directly in its wako and throw?
ing up his hands and shouting, which, if
ho had done so oven a singlo moment
sooner, must inevitably have frightened
tho animal still more iustcad of checking
its speed, although disastrous enough to
himself ns it was, and rendered moro
melancholy and distressing by reason of
tho presence of his wife's mother, who
was there and saw tho occurrence, not?
withstanding it is at lohst likely, though
not necessarily so, that she should be
reconnoitering in another direction when
iucidonts occur, not being vivacious nnd
on the lookout, as a general thing, but
even tho reverse, as her own mother is
stated, who is no more, but died in tho
full hope of a glorious resurrection, up?
wards of threo years ago, aged eighty-six,
being n Christian woman and without
guile, as it were, or property, in conse?
quence of tho fire of 1849, which de?
stroyed every solitary thing BIIO had iu
the world. Bot such is life. Lot us all
take warning by this solemn occurrence,
and let us endeavor so to conduct our?
selves that when we como to dio wo eau
do it. Let us place our hands upon our
hearts, and say with earnestness and
sincerity that from this day forth wc will
beware of tho intoxicating bowll
HON. JEFFERSON DAVIS.-This gentle?
man, who arrived at New York on
Wednesday from Liverpool, brings with
him his wife and two children. Mr.
Davis is said to bc in improved health,
and will proceed ut onco to Memphis.
CALL at J. SULZBACKER'S and soo
4MEETING of the SURVIVOR'S ASSO?
CIATION o? Richland will ho held on
DNE8DAY NEXT, at 12 o'clock m., iu the
Hall of tho Independent Eiro Company, to
elect ofiicora for tho cn uni nj; year, appoint
Delegates to tho State Association, and trans?
act other business of importance. A full at?
tendance is requestod.
WM. WALLACE, vice-President.
_R. C. SnivKU, .Secretary. Oct 22
W. M. HOLLAND.Lessee and Manager.
JOS. McARDLE.Business Manager.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 and 29,
The Grc*t Tragodian,
WILL appear, supported liv Miss LILLIE,
Mr. W. HARRIS, and" W. M. HOL?
LAND'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.
Saturday K vening.KIN?; I. KA ll.
GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY AFTER?
NOON. October 20, on which occasion Miss
EFFIE JOHNS will appear.
?S~ Admission fl; Reserved Seals $1.50,
Tickets for sale at Sulzbachor's Jewelry Store.
Oct 22 7 _ F. O. WELL?, Agont.
Mk. ONE car-load well-broke YOUNO
'HSft MULES. Those in want of auch, will
?Jiiflyl0 WCM 10 at Logan's Stables,
corner ASSCUlhlv and Gervais streets.
_i)rL21 _ -L W. S. A*. J. M. TALBOTT.
JUST received, the lirst lot of the season
tine and Iresb.
JOHN D. BATEMAN,
Oct 21 Columbia Ice House.
Fish and Flesh.
PICKLED SHAD, No. 1,
MACKEREL, Nos. I, 2 and 3,
" SALMON, No. 1,
100 boxes Scaled HERRINGS,
Fulton Market Beef,
Extra Sugar-cured Hams,
" Bacon Strips.
For sale by GEO. SYMMF.RS.
Call early and often. Oct 21
]fij t~\f^\f\ YARDS heavv and modittm
.O.VJVJKJ COTTON BAGGING, for
aale by _ E.HOPE.
California Seed Cats.
??r\f\ BUSHELS PRIME CALIFORNIA
O VJ\J SEED OATS, for sale by
Oct !) EDWARD HOPE.
MTH AT desirablo BRICK STORE, on Main
street, formerly occupied by Mr. H.
Hinrichsou, nearly opposite tho PHONIX
office. Apply on the premises. Oct 1!?_
CARBOLIC Disenfocting SOAP, Carbolic
Medicated Soap, for allaying irritations
of tho skin, washing sores, wounds and cuta?
neous eruptions, itching humors among chil?
dren, diseases of tho skin, Ac, for sale at
Oct7t HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
ORCHARD GRASS SEED, Herd's Grass
Seed, Red Clover Seed, White Clover
Seed, for sale at HEINITSH'S
Oct 7 t P_??K ?tHr0_:__
Downer's Mineral Sperm Oil.
ANEW OIL, which will not light under SOO
degrees Farenheit; never gums; is almost
ndnrlCHU and a? safe as Sperm or Lard Oil for
family usc, and when burned in Ute MINERAL
8TKHM LAMP, tho light is equal to the best
Kerosene, at a cost not exceeding one-half a
cont, per hour. It requires but little atten?
tion, no trimming, and the chimney never
breaks from heat.
A supply ot this safety oil, and a Bmall
assortment of Lamps, just received and for
sale by J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Mackerel ! Mackerel ! !
CHOICE NEW MACKEREL, in B?rrele, in
Half Barrels, In Quarter Barrels, in Kits,
and also at retail, just received and for salo by
Sept 13 J. it T. R. AGNEW.
Bolted Corn Meal.
BARRELS, in fino order, for salo bv
Sent ? EDWARD HOPE.
Sea Moss Farina.
ADELICIOUS FOOD, prepared from Sea
Moss, highly nutrieious, and of exquisito
davor. A desirablo ai i ide, and staple addi?
tion to tho household bid of faro.
F*or salo at FI EINITSH'S
Sept 22+ Drug Store.
1 Tho for?at ot Bondy, recently <Je
?trvjw through the exigencies of war,
is Isriown by name to almost everybody,
from baying been frequently ijsed as tho
Keene of exciting. adventures in novels
and dramatic representations. Tho ad?
vocates of kind treatment to animals j
bovo a story of a dog who discovered
the murder of his master, accomplished
in that forest, and broght the murderers
to justice through his sngacity. Every
boy for the last thirty yours has been
rando familiar with the story.
Brick Pomeroy has sold out and re?
tired from the Now York Democrat.
Brick found that it was easier to publish
a paper in LaCrosso than in New York.
ALABOE and well selected stock, at low
figurea. at J. SULZUACHER'S.
FIRST LN MARKET.
New Hulled Buckwheat.
-i S\ BARRELS juBt to hand. For salo low
LvJ by UEO ROE SYMMEliS.
?1IFTY boxes GOSHEN and NEW YORK
STATE CHEES!'., for Bale low by
Oct 0_ _ EDWARD HOPE.
Flour! Flour!'. Flour!!!
QAA BARRELS FLOUR, conaiating in
OUU part of Choice Family Flour, "the
best in the world;" alao. Extra and Super Flour,
at very lowest market prices for rash, for salo
hy_ _J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
fl IBSON'S OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
VX Ryo WHISKEYS "Ute purest and best in
market." Alao, a full stock ot RECTIFIED
WHi?KEYS, of all gradoa, always on hand
and for salo bv J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
250 SAW :
I 245 SAW
: 240 SAW GINS, warranted iu :
: quality aecond to none on tho :
: continent, juBt received and for :
: aale VBBY LOW. :
: Oct 9 L?RICK A LOWRANCE. :
3AAA ACRES of LAND lu Barnwell,
750 ACBES in Kershaw-in lots to suit.
HOUSE and LOT in Columbia-$12,000.
1 House in this city, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen aerea LAND, noar the
city-$3.000. Apply to JOHN BAUSKETT,
Attorney at Law aud Real Eatato Agent.
"'C. F, JACKSON
IS now prepared to exhibit to tho ladies a
handsome naaortmout of
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, ARABS,
Of the latCBt atylea.
VELVETEEN FOR CLOAKS,
In BLACK, ROYAL PURPLE and WHITE.
FRI N li E TRI M MIN G .
Boots and Shoes.
A FEW moro left, and will bo disposed of
J\_ at cost pricee, at J. SULZUACUER'S.
S. W. TOUTER. It. M. STLKLK.
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
T O - X> -A. "ST 2
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A full aud choice lot of
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
We oiler our Gooda al low Cotton figures.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct 21_Columbia, S C.
mk THAT Valuablo Tract of LAND, lying
BE on tho Barhamvillo Boad and the Char -
??lotto Railroad, about 1.$ miles from tho
city of Columbia, containing twonty-ono acres,
moro or leas, and having on it a beautiful ni te
for a country reaidonco, a moat excellent
spring of wator, and accommodations for five
or six banda; it is about two-thirds cleared
and ia most admirably situated and watered
for a vegetable or "truck" garden, lying be?
tween tiie two branches which iorma tho
stream ,(lowing through Dr. Parker's place,
and composed partly of tho aaino aoil bil
which Dr. Parker raised over 200 bushels of
corn to tho acre. Possession given on thc 1st
of January next. For further particulars,
apply at thia oflice, or to
L. II. BECKWITH,
Oct 5 ?Imo Orangebnrg, S. C.
C D, EBERHARDT,
Washington street, near Nain,
_ BEGS to inform bib patrons and citizens
Tb* generally that he has received the latest
(ll PATTERNS for gontlomon'a fall and
-HIL winter garments. Ho has also a beauti?
ful assortment of GOODS, of various gradea,
in thowavof CLOTHS, CA3SIMERES and
VESTINGS, which will bc mado up at abort
uoiico, in tho very beat manner.
Hols Agont for the .TSTNA SEWING MA?
CHINE, winch is in uao hy several families in
this city, and who express themselves highly
gratified at its operation, i.adics and heads
of families generally nre invited to call and
see. Oct 19
lt? zxx m m
DESTRUCTIVE FI?E.-About 3 o'clook,
ye?te?day morning, a fire broke ont io
the dwelling of Mr. E. Davis, on the
South-west corner of Richland and Pick?
ens streets; and so rapid wns the pro?
gress of the Humes, thnt the family bare?
ly had time to escapo in their night?
clothes. The building, with uenrly its
ontiro contonts, was destroyed. There
was an insurance of only $2,500 on the
building and furniture. One of tho fire?
men had his hair and heard badly
singed, hy tho explosion of a flask of
gun-powder, ns is supposed. Mr. Davis
requests us to return his sincero thanks
to his neighbors and tho citizens gene?
rally-whito ns well as colored-for their
POST OFFICE HOURS.-Northern mail
opens 4.30 P. M.; closes ll A. M.
Charleston and Greenville, open 4.30
P. M.; close 5.30 A. M.
Western, opens 12.30 P. M.; closes
2.45 P. M.
Charleston, evening, opens 8 A.M.;
closes 6 P. M.
Oflico opon Sundays from half-past
4 o'clock to half-past 5.
LADIES' INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION.
The receipts and expenses of this Asso?
ciation for tho month of September,
1870, are as follows:
Received cash for orderod work,
$84.60; sales room, 71.30; stitching, 90;
stamping 2.80-last balance, 59.50. Total
Paid cash to agent, $30.00; assistant
agent, 20.00; machine, 10.00; work,
98.80; pur. com., 14.25; mortgage deed,
Seo., 18.30; porter, 2.25; express, ?c.,
75-194.35. Balance in hand of Trea?
PntENixiAXA.-The price of single
copies of the PHJBK?X is five cents. If
carriers charge more it. is simply a swin?
dle. They cnn bo obtained at that price
at tho office.
It is rumored that tho orders transfer?
ring tho Eighth Regiment of Infantry
to New York, havo been countermanded.
Tho majority of the regiment, however,
hus already departed, via Charleston.
Ono compauy of the Eighteenth departed
for Laurens yesterday.
Henry Browne, a son of Rev. S. H.
Browno, of this city, accidentally caught
aud broke his arm in tho machinery of a
press in his father's office, yesterday.
Yesterday morning, while on the way
to the tiro, the new truck of the Pheonix
Hook au'l Ladder Company broko down
completely; but tho members, not dis?
couraged, seized their axes and hurried
along-leaving a long, thin man in
charge of tho frame.
Thc House of Representatives of the
State is composed of 124 members, and,
as a two-thirds voto is required for mak?
ing au appropriation, a Reform minority
of forty-two members, standing squarely
together, will be able to givo the people
some measure of protection against the
intrigues of tho ring.
United States Commissioner Jauuey
has issued six warrants for fraudulent
voting. The accused aro all negroes.
Fifty-three other cases are ready for
him, and many others will be found to?
A rapid dischargo of mmkotry, last
night, about 8 o'clock, created some ex?
citement, and upon inquiry it was found
to have originated from a misunderstand?
ing hetweeu tho colored guard around
tho University Chapel and some of the
soldiers of tho garrison. Nono of tho
participants, wo believe, were seriously
injured, but a passer-by mndo a narrow
The People's Literart/ Companion, for
November, comes to us as bright and us
fresh looking as tho green fields aro
after a gentle rain. It is published by
E. C. Allen ?- Co., Augusta, Maine.
Terms, seventy-five cents per year. A
fino steel engraving, entitled "From
Shore to Shore," is presented to overy
new subscriber. The Companion is
printed on fine, heavy paper; its columns
aro filled to tho brim with good things
by talented authors.
Tho aurora borealis is said to be caused
by the "upsetting of dye pots of glory,
and tho leaking of their gorgeous con?
tents through tho firmament."
A contemporary at Louisville, do?
scribing a little unpleasantness there,
say3 that a boy "grabbed a water-bucket
and carcssod his step-father's head with
it so assiduously, that the old man at
once laid down to happy unconscious?
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Tri?
nity Church-Rev. P. J. Shuud, Rector,
10j.; A. M. and P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rov. J. J. O'Cou
noll, Pastor, lO '.j A. M. and 4 P. M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. Wm.
Martin, 10,'..' A. M. and 3U P. M.
Marion Street Church-Rev. W. W.
Mood, A. M. and 7>.i P. M.
Lutheran Church-Rev. A. R. Rude,
?O'.? A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Beggs, iOJi A. M. and?,1; P. M.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Reynolds,
10.^' A. M.
HOTEL- ARRIVALS, October 22.-Co?
lumbia Hotel-V- Daffy, Esq., T. p. Gil?
lespie, Charleston; K. V. Johnson, N.
C. ; ti. A. Bigger, Manning; LeRoy F.
Youmans, D. O. Tompkins, Edgefield;
J. P. Adams, Richland; Wm. 8. Byles,
Ralph B. King, New York; H. Syfnn
Purley, Laurens; H. L. Kendall, Mary?
land; Wm. H. Ware, New Orleans; John
D. Alexander, Charleston; 0. H. Pettin?
giii, Cheraw; Wm. H. Boyce, Bennetts
villo; W. A. Bradley, Augusta; C. C.
Scruggs, B. U. R. R.
Xickerson House-Mrs. T. M. Cox, H.
C. Markley, Greenville; E. G. Evans,
Pendleton; J. Lucas, Miss L. Lucas,
Spartauburg; F. D. Bush, Westfield; Mi
P. Bacon, Rhode Island; Frank Johnson,
W. R. Williams, Chester; M. M. Wolfe,
S. F. Houston, Charlotte; D. Bruns,
wife and two children, New Orleans; T.
Hall, Brooklyn; T. F. Hannnga, John
Duesbnry, A. Talbot, Richmond; A. S.
H. Bonswnine, Holland, Germany; T.
W. Steeple, Philadelphia; P. B. Bacha
lor, C. M. Bachalor, Maryland; Charles
Seeley, San Fraucisco; A. J. Hal ti wun?
ger, S. C. ; T. Steers, B. R. R. R. ; P.
Coman, Frog Lovel; Major J. Carr,
Augusta, Miss A.. M. Whaley, Orango
burg; J. M. Seigler, Newberry.
LIST OP NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
C. P. Leslie-Notice.
D. C. Peixotto ?Y Son-Auction.
Mary D. Fair-Notice.
J. Sulzbacher-Clothing, &c.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
A. G. Brenizer-Savings Bank.
TUE GREAT ENIGMA.-A thousand guesses
have boen uiailo at tho ingrodientB pf Sozo
DONT, tho most wholcBcmo and perfoot dental
purifior thc world has ever seen. They were
all wrong, so, by way of throwing a little light
on the subject, it is now announced that tho
LIBER, or innor bark of thc QUILLAYA SAPONA?
RIA, tho .Soap Trco of the Valley ol Andee, is
ono of tho components of that 'peerless den
"SPALDING'S GLUE." uaofulaud true. Q23f3
ANOTHER GIANT STRIDE ba? been made In
chemical science. PHALON'S VITALIA, OB BAX
VATION FOR TUE HAIR, is ar astonishing im?
provement on all preparations for restoring
tho natural color of gray hair, heretofore
known. It is pellucid, cooling, limpid, ino?
dorous, and never-failing, and has no sedi?
ment. Sold by all druggists and fancy goods
"It's mity cutis," said Mrs. Partington to
Ike, while rut ding about tho impending war
in Europe, "that tho Hollorhom creates euch
i an ado in Yurrup, when it's aioh a -oommon
disease among thu cattle iu Amerlky." The
old lady, having delivered herself of the
abovo, took a doae of LIFTMAN'S GnEAT GER?
MAN BITTKRS to cheer her depressed spirits,
and resumed her knitting.
Lippnian'a Hitters aro for salo by all drug?
gists and dealers. Depot in Columbia. S. C.,
at GEICKR ? MCGUEUOR'S, Druggists. S 18
THE attention of the reader ia reapcctfullv
invited to tho advertisement of Bradfield &
Co., in another column. Tb ey are undoubt?
edly aulling tho bust remedies out for thc
iliaeaaes they arc recommended for. BEAD
KI ELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR and Dr. FBurniTT'8
CELEHHATEU Livsu MEDICINE, baa certainly
cured more aillicted persona than any two
medicines ol' their ago. Try them and be
well, ns these gentlemen guarantee aatisfac
tion or moue v refunded. A 7
A BEAUTIFUL luouuur.-It may bo truth?
fully* said that the greatest of all LlcasingB id
health, tor without it the joya vouchsafed are
turned tn sorrows. To all health ia easential
for life's enjoyment and purauita, to the
young and obi, to tho rich and poor. Are you
in . search of wealth? Health ia necoaaary.
Du you doairo ollico and worldly honora
Ol' what avail would theao be without health?
The beautiea of spring, tho Bong of birds, the
deen blue sky, the rolling ocean, all havo a
poetic fascination which charma only the
healthy in mind and body; but to the Bick
what aro these but mockeries. Tho body dis
eaaed, the mind sickly o'er with tho saddest
of thoughts. Oh! Unit I may live to appre?
ciate tho blessings of health. Tins rich boon
ia within tho reach of all. The remedy athand
in HEINITSU'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT, the health pa?
nacea. Now is thc time to try it. A 2
TORN and defaced GREENBACKS, NA?
TIONAL BANK MONEY and FRAC?
TIONAL CURRENCY bought at a small dis?
count at THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
_Ocl23_ A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
THE second annual FAIR of the South
Carolina Stat? Agricultural ami Mechani?
cal Society, will bo hold iu Columbia, on thc
ilth, 10th and lilli ot November, next.
All articles intendod for exhibition, plainlv
addressed to tho Secretary, at Columbia, will
bo shipped hy tho various railroads of thc
State freo of cost, at thc shippor's risk. Exhi?
bitors should notify the railroad agents at
their respectivo depots of the articles they
desiro to ship.
Visitors, during fair week, can purchase ex?
cursion tickets to and from Columbia for one
Poraona lu tending to become exhibitors, are
doairod to forward their entries to the Secre?
tary, at Columbia, on and alter tho 4th No?
vember next. All articles or animals for exhi?
bition muat bo cutercd at tho Secretary's
ollico before being received into tho enclosure.
Entries of animals will bo received until 0
o'clock, Wodnesday morning, Otb November.
All other articles must bo on the ground, and
entered at tho Secretary's oflico, before 5
o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, 6th November.
Tho Secretary's oflico will bo opened in Co?
lumbia on and after tho 4th November, next.
D. WYATT AIKEN,
Oct 20 ? Seoretary.
ear All tho papora of the State will copy
once, and torward bills to the Secretary, at
Columbia, during fair week._
HAVING just returned from a visit to the
North, 1 can recommend tho following
'PEAS, of my own selection. NEW Or.or, per
Pacific Railroad, and only FORTY DAYS from
China and Japan:
Choicost MOYUNF, GUN-rOWDER.
Choicest Moyutio HYSON.
FinoBt Uncolored JAPAN.
Choicest "TRUE" SCUOUCHONG.
Finest Oolong "CRAGIE TEA."
These, with others, compriso the best
assortment that can be offered in anymarkot,
and having been bought at recent reduction
in gold valuo, are in every way worthy the
attention of economical purchasers.
Oct ft GF.O. SYMMERS.
Yellow Pine Lumber,
OF the BEST QUALITY, and in quantities
to snit purchasers, can bo obtained by
applying to W. J. BUVANT A CO.,
No. 2 Ann street, (marleston, S. C.,
Or at Branchville Post OOico, S.C.
Oct 8_ _._^_1?0
Hams and Bacon Strips,
4 g^r\ NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
J_\_J\-/ 1,000 lbs. now Sugar-cured Break?
fast Strips, just received and for aale by
Oct 7 J. A rl. R. AGNEW.