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Wednesday Jflffoag J QeU)fr?rJ26, 1870.
Governor Scott Interviewed.
Wo-aro informed that comp of / the
citizens of thia placo liad an interview,
on Monday, with Governor Scott, to
represent to him that tho disturbed con?
dition of the publie mind, resulting from
some oconrrenoes here and' certain ex?
pression used, npadjB 1* obligatory upon
bim'to interposeilia authority and pro?
vide for tranquility. We are further in?
formed-andr this is what we are moro
especially looking at-that Governor
Scott* . in .the cpa rae of tho interview,
sought to throw the responsibility, for
any liability to violence that may exist
in part, nt least-Upon tho white people
of Columbia; and undertook, in this
connection, to use the names of oertain
gentlemen. At the same time, Governor
Scott expressed his desiro to "let us have
peaoe." Tho citizens who called upon
Governor Scott had a right to speak for
themselves, nnd.we feel sure that their
motivea woro good. But speaking for
many other citizens, wo may say that we
are not aware ot - oby alarm or appre?
hension on the part of those with whom
wo have been brough into contact. On
the contrary, we take it that tho intelll
gen? ^,nd oobor poopie.of this community
feel perfectly competent to protect them
aelv^ shpuld^is ever unfortunately bo
rendered nece'ssaty^ And .we take oc?
casion ''.most emphatically to deny that
any rap?n.sib??ity Whatever attaches to
any one"rave Governor Scott and his
supporte?; ??f any disturbance that may
have threatened jbhe good order of this
community*-, - The peace ai Columbia
rests with him. erad, them. As for the
people, ip political opposition to Go?
vernor; Soptt ahd bis friends, they have
boen'eminently law-abidiug and forbear*
ing. They have been long-suffering and
patient. They may well B tan d astonish?
ed at theirs great moderation. They
stand now, aft. ever, on their defence
sober, disorebt and ' firm-resolved to
bear, andi orber until forbearance ceases
to bo a,virtue. ? It ill becomes his Ex?
cellency - to seek to loy upon their
shoulders Che responsibility for a crisis
that he and his advisers brought about.
The way to . peace is plain. Let his
Excellency review his sentiments, and
acknowledge that the Winchester rifle is
7io* tho best law for South Carolina. Let
him remember that if a people can be
driven to a wall, they cannot be driven
through it. Lot him boar in mind that
he is'tho Governor of all the people, and
not of a portion only, and his latter days
will be more agreeable to him and useful
to the State than his former ones havo
boen. This community have a right to
expect of the Executive deeds rather than
words. They will give Governor Scott
credit for all genuine acts done by him
in his impartial discbarge of his high
and responsiblo functions, and in the
furtherance of that public security which
is part and parcol of the prosperity of
this city and of the whole State. By "bis
fruits will the people judge him.
PEACE MOVEMENTS.-Almost every day
brings us somo new movements for
peaoe between the two contending na?
tions of Europe, and we hope and be?
lieve the consummation is not far off.
All the nations of the world, including
the belligerents themselves, are auxious
for it, and there really does not appear
to bo any serious difllculty in its attain?
ment, so far as tho terms are concerned.
If Prussia and Franco could be brought
face to face, we think there would bo no
serious difficulty in agreeing on a settle?
ment. But just there is the rub. Who
is France-or rather ber Government
and legitimate representative? Neither
Prussia nor anybody else seems to re?
gard the parties who have forcibly taken
temporary possession of the Govern?
ment, as competent to bind tho French
people. But matters cannot go on thus
much longer, and we shall not bo sur?
prised to find thoro is some truth in the
report that Bismarck was negotiating
with Bazaine, ns the strongest power in
tho nation, on tho basis of tho Prince
Imperial's enthronement, and the sup?
port of his authority by the army. Tho
force under Bazaine, united with that
captured at Sedan, is amply competent
to tho work. We aro having our full
share of suffering at tho South from the
war, and a peace that would put cotton
up to tweuty cents would bo vory ac?
ceptable to us on any terms. Besides,
wo believe, nil things considered, it
would bo tho best for tho French people.
Everybody in Franco has cou?donco in
Bazaino's ability and iutegity, and were
he to march his army to Paris, after
making a peace honorable to tho nation,
ho would doubtless bo sustained by the
- -> <r ?
DEATH OP A VICE-CONSUL.-Tho Sa?
vannah papers announce tho death, on
Sunday evening, of John William Dick?
inson, British Vice Consul in that city.
? GENERAL Ljefcr^Tbe New-To?k ^fc^aW
has'' na eloquent no tico, wh?oh vrill be
read ^tk^un^^^effe^otr s We
take thejMI?wi|g fr^n??i Jil I
On a ?ljuiot aftumnf 'morniag, in ibo
land whioh be lirVed ?? weih andi asfhe
bold, served BO faithfully, tibe spirit of
gobert Edmund Lee left the olaf which
had so much ennobled, and traveled
out of this world into the great and mys?
terious land. Yesterday, the expressions
of regret which sprang from the few
who surrounded the bedside of the dying
soldier and Christian will be swelled, to?
day, into one mighty voice of sorrow,
resounding throughout bur country, and
extending over all parts of the world
whero his great genius and bis many vir?
tues are known. For, not to the South?
ern pooplo alono shall be limited the tri?
bute of a tear over tho dead Virginian.
Hero, in the North, forgetting that the
time waa when tho sword of Robert Ed?
mund Lee was drawn against ns-forget?
ting and forgiving nil tho years of blood?
shed and agony-we have long since
ceased to look upon him as the Confede?
rate leader, but have claimed him as one
of ourselves; have cherished and felt
proud of his military genius as belong?
ing to ue; have recounted and recorded
bis triumphs as our own ; have extolled
his virtues as reflecting honor upon us;
for Robert Edmund Leo was an Ameri?
can, and the great nation that gave him
birth would be, to-day, unworthy of
such a son if she regarded bim lightly.
Never had a mother a nobler son. In
him the military genius of America was
developed to-a greater extent than over
before. In him all that was pure and
lofty in mind nnd pnrpose found lodg?
ment. Dignified without presumption,
nuable without familiarity, he united all
thoso charms and manners which made
him the idol of his friends and of his sol?
diers, and won for him the respect and
admiration of the world. Even as in
the days of his triumph, glory did not
intoxicate, GO when the dark clouds
swept over him, adversity did not de?
press. From the hour that he surren?
dered his sword at Appomattox to tho
fatal autumn morning, ho passed among
mon noble in bis quiet, simple dignity,
displaying neither bitterness nor regret
over the irrevocable past. Ho conquered
us in misfortune by the grand manner
in which ho sustained himself, even as
ho dazzled us by his genius when tho
tramp of his soldiers rosounded through
the vnlfoys of Virginia.
Aud for such a man we arc all in tears
and sorrow to-day. Stauding beside his
grave, men of tho South and men of thc
North can mourn with all the bitterness
of four years of warfaro erased by the
common bereavement. May this unity
of grief-this unselfish manifestation
over the loss of the Bayard of America
in tho season of dead leavas and withered
branches which his death ushers in,
bloom aud blossom like tho distant com?
ing spring into tho flowers of a heartier
A special despatch to tho Charleston
News, dated Washington, October 21,
Thc Secretary of War bas received a
despatch asking for tho assistance of tho
Government in repressing disorder in
South Caroliua. Governor Scott Bays
that the Reformers, whom ho calls "ro?
b?is," had become excited over tho ro
ceut Republican meetings in tho State,
aud that a largo body of men, armed to
the teeth, wero marchiug on Laurens
villc. Governor Scott soys that the ob?
ject of the rob?is was to attack Laurens
ville, und ho adds that they were de?
stroying tho ballot-boxes on the way for
tho purpose of preventing tho making of
proper election returns.
Tho War Dopartment has instructed
the officer commanding tho United
Stutes troops in the Department of tho
South to tako such immediate steps in
connection with Governor Scott as w>ll
tend to preserve tho peaco and disband
the so-called raiders.
ANDERSON.-A correspondent thinks
tho following will bo tho result of tho
election in that County for officers:
Senator-John Wilson. Representa?
tives-Dr. John Wilson, William Ferry
and John B. Mooro. County Commis?
sioners-B. F. Crayton, Ballard Denn
and Kenon Brenzenl. School Commis?
sioner-Wm. H. Haynio. Coroner
CHESTER.-A private despatch from
Chester gives the following:
Tho mnjority iu this County is: For
Scott, 1,330; Hausier, 1,335; Wimbush,
(for Congressman at Largo,) 1,371; Yo
enm, 1,337; Wallace, 1,351.
Keistlcr, charged with tho murder of
Waties, in 1805, was acquitted to-day.
A KNIOTIT KILLED AT THE STATE FAIR
TOURNAMENT.-Ou Saturday afternoon,
during tho progress of tho tournament
at OglethorpoPark, near Atlanta, Go., M.
E. Kcnnj*, tho Knight of the Rod Baud,
haviug finished his third course, cought
up with the Knight of tho White Gaunt?
let, and eutered upon a raco from
thence around the track, but upon near?
ing place whero tho knights wero stand?
ing, his horse took fright, and dashing
through tho off-railing, terribly crushed
Mr. Kenny, from which ho died in a few
ASSASSINATION or PRESIDENT BAEZ.
Letters from Port-au-Prince anuouuee
tho assassination of President Baez, of
San Domingo, or that he has been killed
in some shupo or other, or that he has
fled tho country. These letters may
have been writton in tho interest of the
Cabrai faction, and with tho idea of ope?
rating ugaiust Baez and tho annexation
of Sau Domingo to tho United States.
MURDER OF A CHARLESTONIAN.-Mr.
Jesse Savage, well known some few years
back ns ono of the proprietors of tho
Merchants' Hotel, corner of King and
Society streets, Charleston, was brutallv
murdered in New Haven, Conn., on the
An Irish baan made a tlXd?o?tb?U iijf?w
a druggist's 8hqftSajfffl
withisoj?'e ?nro liq'a^ri?a beading '?5
?onfe, >tou* thavV?! 2?X*|?^
torpid aaf?he waa .diw?^it?d^iS^
Tioqqcca the 'liquor to bo g?nuino -whis
toy. "Thank you, dootort" said the
Irishman. "Hand it to mo again, ii
you please." The doctor again did as
directed, and asked what he mew ut.
"Och, thin," said Pat, "if yon will have
it, the priest told me not to drink any
of this unless I got it from the doctor.
So hero's your health^and tho priest's
Here are the results of a lady's obser?
vation of tho difference betwoeu French
aud Prussian women: "A French wo?
man sobs and exclaims when bidding her
lovor farewell on bia departure for tho
war, and thon seeks her chamber in tears.
A Prussian woman bugs bim tightly,
with tearsin ber eyes, watches until be is
gone, then turns within and comforts
herself with a mug of beer and a sub?
stantial meal, after which sho calmly
goes to her work."
A story is told of an ancient Mohawk
notion that some great misfortune would
happen if any ono spoke on Saratoga
Lake. A strong-mided English woman,
on ono occasion, while being ferried
over, insisted upon talking, and as soon
as she got over in safety, she rallied her
boatman on his superstition. lint be
had the best of it, after all, for he at
once replied: "The Great Spirit is
merciful, and knows that a white woman
cannot hold her tongue."
Tho following delightful fortunes have
been prognosticated for those born in the
month of October: "The man will have
a handsome faco and florid complexion.
He will be wicked and inconsistent. He
will promise ono thing and do another,
and romain poor. The lady will be
pretty, and a little fond of talking, and
will have two or three husbands, who
will die with grief."
New York is determined to bo second
to no city in the world upon the score of
attractions. Its last enterprise is the
construction of a Crystal Palaco 3,GOO
feet long and 150 feet wide, built iu the
form of a square, with a garden in the
centre of eleven acres, Tho cost of tho
whole affair is expected to be $7,000,000.
A oute young wife says: "When I want
a nice snug day all to myself, I tell
George dear mother is coming, and then
I see nothing of bim until one in the
A correspondent points out that Stras?
burg was taken by the French on the
28th of September, 1G81, and re-taken
by Germany on tho 28tu of September.
A Kentucky bachelor offers ten dollars
in gold as a prize for the neatest patch
to be put ou au old garment byan unmar?
ried lady, to be awarded at a County
fair. A bid for a wife.
Loss ov THE STEAM-TUG SAMSON.-In?
formation has been received that the
steam-tug Samson, on her passago from
Charleston to Mobile, has been lost near
Indian River, Florida.
Mrs. Ophelia Bennett, who was badi;
burned in Richmond, on Friday, bj
treading on a parlor match, and bei
clothes catching fire, died tho samt
A man lately jumped off the Clifton
Suspension Bridge in England, a height
of 250 feet, in emulation of Sam Patch,
and, like him, came to grief.
SENSIBLE.-A certain J. M. Langston,
black mau, said in a recent speech hf
accepted the word negro because he wa;
a negro himself."
A BRUTAL HUSBAND.-James Halbgar
kicked his wife to death last week in Sa
vaunah. Halligan bas been arrested OE
a charge of murder.
In Bates County, Missouri, on Tues
day last, John Hitt was married to Marj
Miss. It was a "palpable hit."
Eugenio is herself again. When las!
heard of Bhe was bonnet-buying in Bout
The quickest way to learn the "Dutcl
roll"-drink Holland gin.
Giving a mau a hard name-Calline,
him a brick.
AYOUNG MAN, who thoroughly nuder
staiulti tho Grocery buaineaa, will lind i
munition by applying nt tliia oflice. Oct 2.3
AOHOICELOT of FURS, for Ladies am
Children, open this dav, at
Oct25 V,_MRS. 8. A. SMITH'S.
fi ENTLEHEN with families, aiso singh
\JC gentlemen, can bo accommodated Will
good BOARD and ROOMS, (convenient t<
Main street,) in a private family, in tint* city
Apply nU bia office._Oct 25 2*
Hams and Bacon Strips,
?4 /"\/"~V NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
l\J\J 1,000 Iba. new Sugar-cured Break
fust Strips, just received amt for ealo by
Oct 7_J.&'l.R. AGNEW.
THE annual convention of "Tho Survivors
Association of tho Stnto of ?South Caro
liuu," will lin liolil at Columbia, on tho aecom
THURSDAY ot November next, during tin
Oration to bo delivered by General John S
Thia Association ia organized "for thc pur
pose of collecting and preserving tho record
relating lo tho lato war, and the materials fo
ita history, and alao for tho purpose of aaeiat
ing our comrades who aro unable lo labor b;
reason of wounds received or dipeaao con
traeted in tho servico, and tho widowa am
orphans of those who fell in tho discharge o
Huir du tv.
Tho "Stale Association" ia composed of th
"Diatrict Automations." Each District Aeao
dation ia "entitled to sond live delegates" ti
tho annual convention.
Tho obied in view appeals to tho hearts o
our people, and it ia hoped that every Dia
trict will organize an association and send it
(Signed,) WADE HAMPTON, Prct't.
A. C. HASKELL. Secretary. Oct la .
?S" All papers in thc State will pleaaecopy
jJ?MH Removal, ?tvi?
TOkjBt?PARBY hmo remorad bia Privat o Office
??aprbia realdpjuj?,At thaJiead ol Univor
SHftSampus. His Hfblio Once in ino Medtoal
flfifms ia open a* MthertcCTrom 1 P. M. ? 5
Wffk. \jf g Pot 26 mw9
'' >V Attention^ipobiuib|a Rifles.
f?at??Hl?Q boon drdotod to turn ovor' our
J?L arme, you will attend an extra meeting
of your Company, for that purpoae, at ludo
pendent Hall, at 7* o'clock, 'PHIS EVENING.
A fuit attendance ia desired.
lt. O'NEALE, Ju., Captain.
W. R. CATHCART, O. S._Oct 20 1
Richland lodge No. 39, A. F. M.
A AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION of
>?#ur'thia Lodge will bo held in Masonic
/VVHalh THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
The Third Degree will ho conferred.
Ry order of the W. M.
W. A. TOMPKINS,
Oct 20 1 Secretary pro tem.
Grand Toy Emporium.
Afdtn Street, Columbia, S. C.,
_ WHERE is offered tho largest and
JgJHfckbcst selected stock of TOYS ever
i&H?g*brougbt to this market. Dealern and
Qg% others eau bo accommodated, Whole?
sale or Retail.
Old and young,gravo and gay can be suited
from this varied collection.
CANDIES of Puro Sugar manufactured
CAKES ANS FIES.
A lino assortment of CANNED GOODS just
receiving from tho best manufactories.
Frosh DATES,Now Crop RAISSIN, CITRON
and CURRANTS, ALMOND?, and a full 1??G
of ASSORTED NUTS.
London BISOUITT and Prince Albert
CRACKERS, (imported articles,) pure and of
groat boue?c to the siok and oonvaleaent.
JELLIES of pure fruit manufactured and
sold at reasonable pricos.
oct 26_JOHN MCKENZIE.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK.
IHAVE just received my FALL and WIN?
TER supply of CLOTHING, HATS AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. My stock
embraces ovorything usually found in a large
first class establish men t, and I invite tho pub?
lic to call and examine it, feeling satisfied that
I can give satisfaction.
Oct ll 3moj_W. J. HOKE.
ONE car-load well-broke YOUNG
BAA MULES. Those in want of such, will
fflslwnTt well to call at Logan's Stables,
corner Assembly and Gervais streets.
Oct 21 W. S. ?V. J. M. TALBOTT.
ALARGE and well selected stock, at low
figures, at J. SULZBACHER'S.
ALL persons indebted to tho lato Dr.
SAMUEL FAIR, of Columbia, deceased,
aro hereby notified to make immediate pay?
ment; and those holding claims agaiust his
estato will present tho same, properly attest?
ed, to me. MARY D. FAIR,
Bagging, Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties.
AFULL SUPPLY constantia on hand and
for sale low, by J. A T.'R. AGNEW.
K f\ BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low to
QU dealers by EDWARD HOPE.
KAf|LB8. PRIME CAROLINA INDIGO,
O V/v/ ou hand and for salo low at wholesale
and retail._J. AT. lt, AGNEW.
alBSON'H OLD FAMILY NECTOR and
live WHISKEYS "the purent and best in
market." Also, a lull stock of RECTIFIED
WHISKEYS, of all grades, always on bund
and for salo by_J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
Boots and Shoes.
4 FEW moro left, and will bo dispoecd of
A. at cost pricos, at J. SULZUACHER'S.
THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK is now
prepared to draw directly on all the pro?
minent nlacos in
England, Scotland and Ireland,
and tho Orient,
and will furnish drafts at New York rates.
(Jct 23_A. G. BREN1ZER, Cashier.
TO suit all, at reasonable pri?es, at
Pot 23_J. S?LZ RAI m ER'S.
W. M. HOLLAND.Lossec and Manager.
JOS. McAHDLE.Business Manager.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 and 29,
Tho Groat Tragedian,
WILL appear, supported by Miss LILLIE,
Mr. W. HARRIS, and W. M. HOL?
LAND'S DRAMATIC COMPANY.
Saturday Evening.KING LEAK.
GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY AFTER?
NOON, October 29, on which occasion Miss
EFFIE JOHNS will appear.
KU- Admission $1; Reserved Seats tl.50.
Tickets for salo at Sulzbacher's .Towelry Store.
Oct 22 7_F. C. WELLS, Agent._
IX Y'ARDS neaw and medium
.O.yjyjyJ COTTON BAGGING, for
sale by_ E. HOPE.
Oi^lf\ LBS. dioico SMOKED BEEF, for
?YjKJ salo bv_ED WA Ii D_H OPE.
THE Memories of Fifty Years, containing
notices and anecdotes of distinguished
Americans and remarkable men, Ac, by W.
H. Sparks. Frico $2.50.
Tent Lifo iii Siberia and Adventures in
Kamseh.it ka and Northern Asia, by Kennan,
with a map. $1.50.
Ginger Snaps, by Fanny Fern. $1.50.
Old Sougs and Now, by tho authoress of
Paris iu Deoomber, 1851; or, Coup d'Etat of
Napoleon III, by Terrel, from tho thirteenth
French edition. $2 50.
Lccko's Rationalism in Europe, in two vo?
Tho Lifo of General Nathaniel Green.
Tho Court und Timos of (jucou Elizabeth.
Also, a number of now novels, by Trollopo
and other popular authors.
Also, i'cw juvenile books from London, new
Chromos, Paintings, Ac. For sato at
BBYAN ii MoOARTER'S Bookstore.
Ziooal lt? -m m .
P?BT'OFFICB Horjna.^-Northorn mail
o?on?,4.30 P. M. fcloses* HA. M.:
Charleston and Greonvilla, open 4.30
P. Blt; close 5.80 A. Mi
Western, opens 12.80 P. M.; doses
2.45 P. M.
Charleston, evening, opens 8 A.M.;
closes 0 P. M.
Office open Sundays from half-past
4 o'clock to holf-past 5.
PUT.NIX i ANA.-The prico of single
copies of the PHONIX is five cents. If
carriers charge moro it is simply a swin?
dle. They can bo obtained at that prico
at the office.
Attention is called to the notice of an
extra meeting of the Columbia Rifles, in
Young girls with ideas clear up to the
top of the scales ore requested to take
notico that tho most fashionable marri?
ages now are those which are conducted
with tho greatest simplicity.
In June last, the scientific men of Pa?
ris, in order to relieve the prevailing
drouth under which the country was suf?
fering, recommended to the Emperor
severe cannonading ns calculated to pro?
duce "a downfall of rain." He tried it
shortly after, and, as we have seen, with
the most completo success.
Consider the causo of thc good stand?
ing of some, aud the decline and fall,
and want of success of others, and regu?
lato your conduct accordingly.
If you wish to increase the size and
prominence of your eyes, just keep au
account of the money you 6pend fool?
ishly and add it up at the end of the
Au engineer is making estimates for
the work of filling up the fiats about
Washington. The greatest "flats" there
aro connected with thc Administration,
and in order to determine how much it
will cost to fill thom, j'ou'vo nothing to
do but to find out how much whiskey is
selling at per gallon.
In Texas, young bulls and young men
aro both caught with a lass-o.
Commissioner Wells having taxed
everything tangible and intangible that
could possibly be conceived of-who
passes his days in studying, and his
nights in dreaming of, new methods
wherewith to swell|itho national reve?
nue-has at last turned his eye upon
"drinks." Wo con readily anticipate
what is to follow. ^ You can't drink with?
out A liceuse nnd a stamp. In nil cases
of evasion, an official stomach pump will
Mr. H. A. Gaillard has retired from
the editorial chair of tho Winnsboro
Keics. The paper will hereafter he con?
ducted by Desporlos & Williame.
The New York Times boasts that
Harper's Weekly is doing "admirable
service" for tho benefit of the Republi?
can party in the political campaign now
going ou in the city and State. Yet
Soulheru people continuo to buy and
read it as a literary weekly.
We have been requested to state that
Rev. A. W. Waymau, one of the
Bishops of the African Methodist Epis?
copal Church, is expected to preach at
Bethel Church, in this city, this even?
ing, October 26, at half-past 7 o'clock.
The public generally aro invited.
The counting of the votes will bo re?
sumed to-morrow. We havo been re?
quested to urge the Reform committee
more to attend the count. Five boxes
havo only been counted so far. Wo
shall give tho full returns ns soon as
Tho Wilmington papers are loud in
their praises of Edwin Forrest, who per?
formed in that city Monday night.
Southern fairs are all tho rage. The
Atlanta show is in full blast. Augusta
made a start yesterday. Charleston
opens her grand Instituto Fair this day
week. Thc State Agricultural Society's
Fair will bc held on November 0, and
tho Alabama State Fair begins on No?
Tho "red light" blazed athwart tho
Hcavons last night, from tho North?
west direct across to the East.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, October 25.-Jiick
ei'son House.-H. J. nail, J. M. White,
New Orleans; A. Reed, Mrs. Batcher,
Miss Satchor, N. Hess, A. W. Repine
and wife, M. Repine, New York; C.
Trnntze, P. M. Nason, Baltimore; M. M.
Wolf, Rock Hill; A. A. Lewis, S. C.; S.
Black, Virginia; ll. C. Williamson, Dar?
lington; H. P. Adams, D. B. DeSaus
sure, city; A. Throppkio, Va.; M. M.
Grut?, li. Kearon, R. Powell, Washing?
ton, D. C.; C. C. Singleton, J. C. Bil?
low, S. DuBose, Ridgeway; J. V. Notk?
ers, city; C. A. Smith, Pa.; S. F.
Houston, Augusta; J. D. Kennedy, T.
H. Clark, Camden; J. M. Smith, Boston;
William E. Aikon. Winnsboro; H. G.
Columbia Hotel-M. A. Bridges, Ga;
J. W. Marshall. Abbeville; J. W. O'Brien,
Charleston; W. G. Beck, city; P. Dur?
ham, N. C.; E. K. West, Baltimore;
Mrs. M. Porchor, Miss A. C. Cardo?,
Charleston; O. M. Sadler, S. C.; W. A.
Bradley, Augusta; Alex. Hall, Brook?
lyn, N. Y.
ead news of the death of tho deservedly
celebrated cb1 Imposer, Mioboel William
Balfe, is telegraphed to' ns aoross the
ocean. Since the death of Bossini, mu?
sical art has suffered no suoh loss. To
the great mass of people in this country
and England, indeed, Balfe was far bet?
tor known limn tbe Italian composer.
His melodics bave for a quarter of a cen?
tury been whistled in our streets arid
sung in onr parlors. Tho man who
wrote three such popular and charming
melodies as "I dreamt that I dwelt in
mnrblo bolls," "The heart bowed down,"
and "Then you'll remember mo," has
added largely to tho sum of harmless
pleasure. It is by his "Bobemain Girl"
that Balfe is best known to the world.
This work was produced in 1829 at Drury
Laue Theatre. Balfe was a native of
Dubliu, though he is generally called an
English composer. He enrly exhibited
a musical precocity, and in bis eighth
year appeared in a concertas a violin
player. When only nine years old he
wrote a ballad for Madame Vcstr?B. H?
was sixty years old at the time pf his ?
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LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Dr. Darby-F.amoval. . " . nat
Communication Richland Lodger
John McKenzie-Toy Emporium.
Meeting Columbia Rifles.
Mn.E. H. HEIXIT.SU-DEMI Bia; The .bottle
of Quocn'd Delight which I purebred 'rom
you hats given mo entire satigfactiorA I have
been a dyepoptic fur many years, and never
fouud relief from an attack, except hy travels (
ing, change of climate and diet. No medicine
over hoforc has produced BO good au effect..
After using that one bottle, I am almost en?
tirely rolieved of paiu. My bowels are regu?
lar, Arc. I experience no nauaea, as I did be?
fore taking tho Queen's Delight. I regard
I this medicine ono of tho most valuable. It ia
ploaeant and agreeable. I ahall recommend
it. Yours, rospcctfullv, > : . . ;
Oct 2G 'JAMES F. DOWNEY.
Tut G HEAT ENIGMA.-A thousand guesses,
have been made ut tho ingredients of ?ozo-,
DONT, the most wholesome and perfect dental
purilior tho world has ever seen. They were
all wrong, BO, by way of throwing a little light
ou the subject, it is now announced, that the
i.inr.u, or inner bark of tlio QULLLAYA SAPONA?
RIA, the Soap Tree of tho Valley or Andes, 1B
one cf thc components of that peerless den
".SPALDING'S GLUE," useful and true. 023t3
ANOTHER GIANT STHIDE has been made in
chemical science. PHALON'S VITALIA, OR SAL?
VATION FOR TUE HAIR, is an astonishing, im?
provement ou all preparations for restoring
the natural color of gray hair, heretofore
known. It is pellucid, cooling, limpid, ino?
dorous, and ! never-failing, amt has no sedi?
ment. Sold by all druggists and fancy goods
doab le. Oct 23 f3
"lt's mity curls," said Mrs. Partington to
Ike, while reeding about tho impending war
in Europe, ''that the Uollcthorn creates such
au .nlo 'in Yuri up, when it's sich a common
disease among tho cattle in Amer.ky." Tho
old lady, having delivered herself of the
above, took a dose of LIPPMAN'S GREAT GER?
MAN HITTERS to cheer her depressed spirits,
and resumed her knitting.
Lippman's Bitters aro for salo by all drug
gista and dealers. Depot in Columbia, S. G\,
at GKIQER & MCGREUOR'S, Druggista. S 18
TUE attention of Ihoroa'der is reapectfully
invited to tho advertisement of Bradlield &
Go., in another colnnin. Thoy aro undoubt?
edly Belling the best remedies out for the
diseases thoy aro recommended for. BHAD
FIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR and Dr. PRUPHITT'S
CELEBRATED LIVER MEDICINE, has certainly
cured moro afflicted persons than any two
medicines of their ago. Try them and be
well, ns theso gentlemen guarantee satisfac
tion ormoncv refunded. A 7
TUE second annual FAIR of the South
Carolina State Agricultural and Mechani?
cal Society, will bo held in Columbia, on the
Otb, 10th and 11th ot November, next.
All artieloa intended for exhibition, plainlv
addrossed to the Secretary, at Columbia, will
bo shipped by the various railroads or the
State freo of coat, at tho shipper's risk. Exhi?
bitors should notify the railroad agents at
their respectivo depots of tho articles they
desiro tu ahip.
Visitors, during fair week, can purchaee ex?
cursion tickets to and from Columbia for one
Porsons intending to become exhibitors, are
dcairod to forward their entries to the Secre?
tary, at Columbia, on and after tho ?th No?
vember next. All articlca or animals for exhi?
bition must bo entered at the Secretary's
ollico before being received iuto tho enclosure.
Entries of animals will he rocoived until 'J
o'clock, Wednesday morning, 9th November.
All other articles must bo on the ground, and
entered at tho Secretary's oillce, before 5
I o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, 8lh November.
Tho Secret arv's office will bo opened in Co?
lumbia on and after the 4th November, next.
D. WYATT AIKEN,
Oct 20 G Secretary.
?ar All tho paper? of tho State will copy
once, and forward billa to the Secretary, at
Columbia, during fair week._
Fish and Flesh.
PICKLED SHAD, No. 1,
MACKEREL, Noa. 1, 2 and 3.
" SALMON, No. 1,
100 boxes Scaled HERRINGS,
Fulton Market Beef,
Extra Sugar-cured Haws,
" " Bacon Sti ipa.
Fdr sale by OEO. SYMMERS.
Call early and often. Oct 21
AMEETING of thc SURVIVOR'S ASSO?
CIATION of Richland will bo held on
WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 12 o'clock m., in the
Hull of tho Independent Fire Company, to
chet officers for tho ensuing year, appoint
Delegates to the State Association, and trans?
act other busiuoss of importance. A full at?
tendance is requested.
WM. WALLACE, Vicc-Prceident.
I :. C. S it IVER .Secret ary.__Oct 22
ALL persona who purchased TRACTS ol
LA?VD ol H. N. Lewis' plantation, are
hereby notified lo call on mo aud pay for their
land, and obtain their titles, on or boforo 10th
of November, otherwise the land will be di?
vided and ro-sold. By order of Executor.
Oct 23 2*_JAMES WINDSOR. Agent.
Gold and Silver Coin.
TnE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK buy and
sell COLD and SILVER at a small mar?
gin. A. G. BBENIZER,
Oct 23 Cashier.