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Saturfay Wninjf, Nor?mber 0, X8TO.
Tho V? ou nd inflicted apon Fren ola pride
by tho fall of tho "virgin fortress" on
the Moselle seems to exceed in acute and
exasperating pain that which proved the
death-blow of tho empire at Sedan, when
France was less proparod to realizo a
great disaster. The charge of high trea?
son against Bazaine continues to bo trum?
peted from oity to city and provinco to
province throughout the repub tic. Every
inoideht in the conduct of tho fallen
marshal prior to his surrender that might
indicate dissatisfaction with the charac?
ter of the new government, or illustrate
his reticence during the preliminaries
for the capitulation, ia given to the pub?
lic In proof of his villainy and duplicity,
Amidst the general imprecations, how
over, thc Constitutionnel, the Gazette, and
other newspapers at Tours, demand a
ou fusion of j ad gino nt, and it is sog
gea^a ?tliat tin opportunity bo given him
to provo bia : innocence before a oonncil
offrait- Unfortunately, the marshal is
a pfihonbr' ht present, and, what may
loud color to tho accusation against him,
is said to be with his imperial master at
Wilhelmshohe, in company with the
Empresa Eugenio. But having never
had either occasion or opportunity to re?
cognize the republic;, it does not appear
strange that he should seek; in his cap?
tivity, tho ofie ta Whom hin allegiance
was originally gi veil, and for whoso cause
his 6,wprd was drawn. Gen. Boyer, his
aide>fle?-pomp,;refutes the charge made
agalbBt hira: by'Gambetta, and reiterates,
"We ? opl'tiiWted W f omi??. ' ' . Gen eral
Bourbaki, who . escaped from Metz, and
nftor a visit to tho.Empresa returned to
France, entered the service of the repub?
lic^ and was'assigned to command in the
North, is under suspicion as having been
a party to Bazaine's alleged disgraceful
design, and it ia reported that, unable to
stem the tide of popular disfavor, ho has
resigned his position. Gambetta has is?
sued another proclamation, in whioh ho
intimates that the soldiers at Metz have
protested against the "cowardly surren?
der," and rofuse to be bonnd by it.
From the least apparently prejudiced
accounts it would appear that Bazaine
has been honestly unable or unwilling to
recognize any legitimate connection bo
tweou himself and the provisional go?
vernment; that he nouai dorn the political
state of France as one of anarchy, and
the provisional ministry irresponsible,
bat that in delivering up Metz to the
Prussians he was influenced by military
necessity rather than by any political
considerations. There are varions ru?
mors concerning intrigues in which he
is interested with the Emperor, and
whioh are not at all unlikely. There are
also reports that the Orleans princes are
active, and that they havo 150,000 adhe?
rents in Western France.
The New York Herald thinks the con?
viction of some of the public officers of
the North, and the infliction of igno?
minious puuishment on them, will be a
valuable public advantage. The Herald
thinks that many of the office-holders in
New York ought to be in the State pri?
son. The radical nominee for Congress,
in the Rochester District, in the State of
New York, who was at one time Comp?
troller of the Currency at Washington,
says that such frauds and evasions arc
committed in the Revenue system of the
United States that "not more than one
half of the amount is collected that
should and would be if the laws were
enforced with administrativo ability and
integrity." He says that the tax-payers
are paying "upon a basis of revenue of
about $900,000,000 por annum, while not
more than one-half of that sum finds its
way into the Treasury." How long will
the people of America enduro such a
system-how long can they endure it?
-? # ? ?
LEE MEMORIAL VOLUME,-The faculty
of Washington Lee Collego, Lexington,
Virginia, propose to publish a memorial
volume in memory of Gen. Robert E.
Lee, to be prepared, in great part, under
tho immediate supervision of Gen. Lee's
own family, giving a sketch of his life,
from original and authentio sources,
comprising incidents, rcminisceuces,?ac
eount of*death and funeral, eulogies,
editorials, &c., tho proceeds to be de?
voted to the erection of a monument at
KrrcnEN BURNT.-We lenin that thc
kitcheu of Mr. C. E. Franklin, of
Clinton, was burned a night or two
since, supposed tho work of tho incen?
diary, as there had been no tiro in tho
liouso all the day before, and could not
hove been tho result of accident.
[La urens v ?Ile Herald.
A difficulty occurred on Tuesday last,
about five miles from EdgeUeld Court
House, oaused by the refusal of a party
of negroes to be arrested on warrants
from tho sheriff und a trial justice for
stealing hogs from tho plantation of Mr.
C. A. Cheatham.
Wealth is not his who gets it, but Iiis
bo enjoys it.
,'?Onco Moro to tho Branch-One? More."
, MK. Eprron: .Qfloe^Ioww^njy. /*?ce
to allow iinrg, tho Architect, to pasa
by. I eon gb t other garoo. I did not,
and do not now, consider him in the
Bing. As ho persists in placing his
"shield" botweon "Fair Play" and his
objects, let mu tell him that the lauco of
truth, when wioldod even by weak bauds,
will pierce through any shield of what?
ever mould. And mine has done it. It
bas roached tho Board or their sub-com?
mittee, and Mr. Allen Ac Co. stand now
transfixed-parties to an unfair and a
Mr. Berg insists that politics, not duty,
inspires my pon. As I understand POLI?
TICS-the organized powor to promote
tho public weal and build up commu?
nities-it is a good thing in its place.
Bul this is not a matter of politics, it is a
matter of fair dealing and public economy,
Messrs. Noyes and Denny are both
avowed "Republicans," and their treat?
ment was the same us that of Mr. Davis,
Mr. Berg oharacterizeh my exposure
as "political clap-trap." It is fashiona?
ble now-a-days, in certain quarters, to
hide mnoh rascality under tho cover of
this veil, whioh Mr. Berg, to my surprise,
borrows to flaunt in my face. If a De?
mocrat knocks a Radical down for Bomo
personal offence, it is "politics" that
gave weight to tho honest blow!
I acquit Mr. Borg of any connexion
with aught that is inconsistent with his
professional honor. When Mr. Berg
speaks for himself, he does well; but
when ho champions tho parties that lowe
his professional aid, his cause becomes
"a lost causo."
I insist that this is not a matter of
"politics." This is a matter of a liing
neither more nor less. The financial
Ring-worm that has benn feeding on tho
State has reached the Lunatic Asylum.
That is all. And let us hopo that tho
saying will bo verified-"Them whom the
nods intend to destroy they first make mad."
SAD ACCIDENT.-Wo learn with regret
that John Andrew Leslio, a son of Mr.
W. W. MoElweo, of this County, aged
about six years, was smothered to death
on Thursday last in a pilo of cotton seed.
Ou tho day previous to thenccideut, this
little boy, iu company with several play?
mates of about his own age. were playiug
in an out-house where tho cotton seed
wero stored. The children excavated a
bolo in tho pile of seed to tho depth of
about eighteen inches, which they styled
"u well." Tho next day the children
again visited tho place where tho cotton
seed were stored, when by some means
tho deceased got into the bolo, head
downwards, and was unable to extricate
himself. Iiis companions, not realizing
his dangerous situation, failed to render
him any assistance, or give auy informa?
tion of his condition to tho family.
[Yorke illa Enquirer.
Rev. Hugh Bagley, n Baptist minister,
well-known throughout tho South, died
at Richmond, Va., on Sunday night.
NO. ll SOUTH SECOND STREET.
si \ GI.IO KIMBER SCHUMIS.
To be Drawn at Wilmington, N. C,,
THU Rbi) A Y, DECEMBER, 1,1870.
Chartered by General Assemby, Marth 23,
1870. 10,000 Numbers put in the Wheel; 100
CAPITAL PKIZK, Sr?.OOO.
Two Prizes of $2,500 each.
Two " 2,000 "
Two .? " 1,000 "
Two " " 500 "
Ten .? .? 250 ?'
Ton " " 200 ..
Fifteen " *' 100 "
Fifty-six " '* 50 "
Whole Cert'Jlvales, $:>: Baleen, ?2.50; Quarters,
EXPLANATION or Du A WINO.--The numbera
from 1 to 10,000, corresponding with tim
TieketH, aro printed on separate slips of paper,
and endri led with Mindi Tubes, and placed in
one wheel, Tho KM) Prizes are printed on
alipa of paper and encircled with Tubes, and
placed in another wheel. Both whecda aro
then rovolvcd, and a number is drawn from
thc Wheo! of Numbers; and at tho aame time
a printed ?lip ol the Prizes ia drawn from tho
other whocl. Tho Number and Prize drawn
out aro opened and exhibited to tho apecta
tors, and registered by tho Coiniuiaiioncr.
Tho Prizo being placod" against tho number
drawn. Thia Operation ia repeated until al) of
tho Prizes aro drawn out.
KW For information and ordora, address
North Carolina Uuni-licial Axtoclutlon,
Wilmington, N. C., P. O. Box 50.
IV. II. ORRKE.V,
Jons LONDON, Commissioner. Nov 5 i'J
inn liOXES Goshen, English Dairy and
lVl/ Pine Applo CUBESE; tor aalu low,
Oct yo E. HOPE.
U FRY ia thia day aiBo?lTorfb? mtmtal con?
sent. Ail pargee Indebted, t?tt? ol?aa^in??
puyzaont to eitbor tho undersigned.
; . ^WTS.POP?,
Meeting of Stockfcoldars.
fl?fcCB?BSSIEI-A. mcot?Dg of the Stockholders
roflagaUgre ?r ,ho BLUE BIDQE RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY, of South Carolina, will bo
held in Columbia, at the ofllco of tho Compa?
ny, on THURSDAY, thu 17th instant, at 12
o'clock, M. W. H. D. GAILLARD,
Nov C 7t Secretary.
W. R. Cochran's Celebrated Corn
THIS ARTICLE ia warranted pure and una?
dulterated, and is pronounced hy judges
to bo superior in quality to any ever offered
in this markot. lt may bo obtained nf the
Agent, on application at tho Nickerson House.
Nov 5 1?_
Jannoy'8 Hall-Two Nights Only!
F ll IU A Y ANO SATURDAY, NOV. ll, li.
WILL appear, aflora most extraordinary
and suooeBsful career of seventeen
yoars (flvo of which havo been spent in Eu?
rope), in their
Mysterious and Startling Wonders.
Their wondorful powers have been witness
ed by tho crowned heads and tho nobility of
Europo, astonishing and confounding the
wisest of all countries. They must bo Been to
KW Admission $1.00. Ri sorved seats il 50.
Son ts can bo secured in advanco at Sulzbach
or's Jewelry Store, under Columbia Hotel,
whore a plan of tho Hall can bc seen.
Ri,' Doors open at 7. Seance begins at 8
Nov 5 G_
fTHIE largest, finest, and best stock ol
JL CLOTHING in tho city. Owing to thc
death of Col. W. J. Hoke, tho stock will be
soldat prices that defy competition.
Our line of Over-coats, Ung?aos, Bushiest!
suitB, young mcu and boys' clot lies, and water?
proof goods, (of every style,) is complete.
Buyers will remember, wo odor the above
goods, together with a snlendid stock of Furn
?sliing Good?, H H t s, Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks
Valises, Carpet-bags, etc., etc., lower thar
tho samo articles can be bought this sido ol
Tho business will bo conducted by G. M
Johnson, assisted by myself, who rcspcctfull]
solicits a share of tl?e publie patronage.
Ml KB HOKE,
Son of W. J. Hoke.
N. B.-The undersigned respectfully iuvltei
all his old friends to give him a call, seo foi
themselves, and bo satisfied that the truth o
tho above will ho fullr verified.
Nov 5 * G. M. JOHNSON.
Graud Toy Emporium.
?lain Street, Coluinhia, S. C.,
#WHERE is offered the largest am
host selected stock of TOYS eve
brought to this market Dcah rs an.
others call bc accommodated, Whole
salu or Retail.
Old and young, grave and gay can be suite
from this varied collection.
CANDIES of Pure Sugar manufacture'
CAKES AND PIES.
A linc assortment ol CANNED (.CODS jiu
receiving from the best, manufactories.
Frosh DATES, Now Crop RAISSIN, CITROl
and CURRANTS. ALMONDS, ami a tull lin
of ASSORTED NUTS.
London BISOU1TT and Prince Albei
CRACKERS, (imported articles,) pure andi
groat benefit to the sick and convaleecnt.
JELLIES of pure fruit manufactured an
sold at reasonable prices.
Oct20 JOHN MCKENZIE.
GENUINE Imported CIGARS, together wit
a large supply of Domestic CIGAR!
Prices to suit all. JOHN C. SEEG g RS.
THE largest and best assorted stock 1
FINE GROCERIES, WINES and L
QUORS in Soutli Carolina, can lie found at n
Store. A call will provo this all?gement.
Nov 3 ^OE_? SYMM ERS.
North Carolina Butter.
.yf\ KITS MOUNTAIN BUTTER, on co
?J\J sigument, and will he sold very low
close. Packages average I rom twenty
thirty pounds euch.
Nov 3 GEO. SYMMERS.
-| f\f\ PACKAGES new MACKEREL, Bo
XvU ton Inspection, Nos. 1,2 and 3,
barrels, half barrels, quat ter barrels and kit
just received and for sub; low, bv
Nov 3 CAMPBELL A JONES.
?a~ Call at the Sign of tho Indian Girl. C
lurabia Hotel Block, and select your Cigai
Tobacco, Pipos, Ac, from a very tine sto
just recoived. Nov 4
Superintendent's Office. C., C. & A. R. J
COIXMIIIA, S. 0 , November 3, 1870.
FOR the accommodation
-y'y-i^sf^jj?? persons wishing to visit t
STATE FAIR, a special train will be runt
tween Chester and Columbia, November 9,
and ll, as follows: Leave Chester at G A. n
arrive ut Columbia at 10.10. Returning, lea
Columbia at 5 P. M., arrive at Clu ster 9.?
Round trip tickets for one fare, to be had
application to Agents.
Nov. 4 _C. DOUKNIGHT, Rnp't,
Tino snit all, at reasonable prices, at
JL Oct 23 J. SUEZ RAC H ER'S,
THE undersigned, respectfully informs 1
friends, generally, that ho may hcroafl
tie found at tho well known and popular B
Goods Establishment of Messrs. J. H. A M.
KIN AK I), whore he will bc pleated to a
them, and givo them his attention.
Nov2ws?l J. LEE DIXON
ITUFTY boxes GOSHEN and NEW YOI
" STATE CHEESE, tor sale low hy
Oct 9 EDWARD HOPE
Seed Wheat-: Seed Wheat!!
OAA BUSH ELS seh cted SEED WHEA
??\ 1\3 for sale by R. O'NEALE fi SON
Boots and Shoes.
A FEW moro left, and will be disposed
?\. at eost prices, at J. SULZBACHER'S
oct 23 _
A Mammoth Bailie of Fine Jewelry
VALUED at S1.0Q0. 200 Chances, at
cacti. 25 Prizos, consisting of
Fino Gold and Silver WATCHES,
Fine Gold BREAST-PINS and EAR-RINC
SILVER GOBLETS, Ac.
Will como oil at my Saloon aa soon as t
Chance:; arc taken.
Oct 30 G. DIEBOK8
Gold and Silver Coin.
THE CITIZENS* SAVINOS BANK buy a
sell GOLD and SILVER at a small m
gin. A. G. BRENIZER,
Oct 23 Cashier
On the evening of tho 2d instant, at Bothel
Ohttroh, by Ber. VT. D. Harria, JOHN A.
BARBE, of Charleston, to Mba ELLA M. TO?
LAND, ol Columbi*.
-mmmm-MgBB. B Mg
??UMO At.. -THE BRIDAL, CHAMBER.-Essaya
for Young Mon, on groat SOCIAL EVILS and
ABUSES, which interfere with MABUIAOB
with sore moana of rolief for tho Erring and
Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Ment
frofa of charge, in sealed envelopes. Addreas,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 H. Ninth at.,
Philadelphia. Fa. Nov5 3mo
State of South Carolina-Richland Co.
IX THE COU HT OF PRO HATE,
lly H'm. Hutson Wing, Judge of Probate in
WHEREAS, F. W. MoMaster hath ap?
plied to me for ?otters of administra?
tion de bonis non, on thu catate of HEN HY
P. DOUGAL, lato of Richland, deceas?
ed. These aro, therefore, to cito and ad?
monish all and singular the kindred and
oi editors of tho Haid deccasod, to bo and
appear before nu- at a Court of Probate for
tho Haid County, to bo holden at Columbia, on
the 14th day of November, 1870, at 10 o'clock
a. m., to ahow cause, if any, why tho said ad
ministration sh ou 1.1 not bo granted.
Given under my band and ti.o seal of tho
Court, thia 31et day of October, A. D. 1870. and
in the ninotv-tirth vcar of American Inde?
pendence. " WM. HUTSON WIGG,
Nov 5,10 Judge of Probate
F all atyles, to bc had cheap, at
Oct 23 J. RU LZ ?A0HF.HU
Just Received at Exchange House.
FRESH lota Baglcy'a "Mayflower" and
other choleo brands of Chewing and
Smoking TOBACCO. Also, a frosh atoek of
beat brands CIGARS. Firat quality PICKLES,
SAUCES, etc. P AYSINGER A FRAKLIN,
Nov 3 Proprietors.
A CHOICE LOT ot FURS, Tor Ladies and
A. Children, open this dav, ut
Oct27!fi MRS."N^A. SMITH'S.
Chewing Tobacco-Just Received.
A FINE lot of the best Pan-cake aud li'
?V. Chewing TOBACCO.
Novj^_ _JOHN C. SEEGERS.
Buckwheat and Golden Syrup.
1 AA BAG- :icw BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
J.\J\t 5 bariola Golden SYRUP, for aale by
Oct 30_R. HOPE.
A LARGE and well aelected stock, at low
A. figures, at J. SULZBACHEU'S.
: 300 BBi.S. F LOU lt,
: ?00 bushels COHN, :
: 100 sacks SALT, :
50 b?rrela WHISKEY.
: We are determined to sell at :
: aoiue price to facilitate moving :
: into our new store. ;
: Oct 30 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
~ 100 acres choice LAND-O'.? acres clear
5*ed - situated three miles from Hopkins'
-j.Jt^Tnrn-Ont: thirteen miles from Colum?
bia, and titree-quarters of a milo from the
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Railroad.
For terms, apply at this office. Oct 30 lin
Hams and Bacon Strips,
I NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS.
JLv/V / 1,000 lbs. now Sugar-cured Break?
fast Stripa, just received and for sale bv
Oct 7_ J. A 'I. B. AGNEW.
S. W. rOUTElt. II. St. STEELE.
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
T O - X> -A. "ST !
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A full and choice lot of
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
Wc ofter our Goods at ?ow Cotton Agares.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct 21 Columbia, S. C.
R. & W. C. S WAFF IE Ll).
AHEAD AS USUAL.
OUR FALL. STOCK
NOW IN STORE.
The Largest and Best Stock
WE II AYE
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
MEN and BOYS' HATS of overv descrip?
tion, TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS,
RUGS, DRESSING GOWNS, ?Vc.
A superior SHIRT, never before offered iu
thia market, made to order without extra
The largest Roo nf French and English
CLOTHS and VESTINGS ever offered. With
additional facilitica in our workshop, wo aro
determined that our Custom Dopa.tment
aimil bo unsurpassed.
HATS and CLOTHING at wholesale
R. A W.C.HWAFFIELD,
Sept 10 Columbia Clothing House.
XU o o A 1 Items.
POST OFFICE HOTJKS.- Northern mail
opone 430 F. M. ; otases ll A. M.
Charleston and Greenville, open 4.30
P. M.; close 5.80 A. M.
Western, opens 12.30 P. M.; CIOSOB
2..15 P. M.
Charleston, evening, opens 8 A.M.;
closes G P. M.
Oflice open Sundays from half-past
1 o'clock to htdf-pust 5.
Delegate? to thc Tompernuce Conven?
tion will find nt tho rending room of tho
Young Mon's Christian Association, situ?
ated over the Carolina National Bank, a
oommittoo who will take pleasure in ren?
dering them assistance in procuring
boarding-houses. Tho Convention will
assemble at 7*0 o'clock Thursday eve?
ning, 10th instant, at the hali of the Pul
metto Fire Company.
There is great complaint relntive to the
irregularity of the maila on the diff?rent
railroads. Ono day last week, no ageut
went out on tho Greenville Railroad
consequently, no mail waa distributed.
On Thursday, there was uo Northern
mail received here-owing to tho absence
of tho mail agent from tho Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad. Yes?
terday, there was uo mail from Augusta.
These irregularities should be looked
iuto, ami, if the present agents arc in?
competent, others should bo appointed.
Wo call the attention of the officials at
Washington to tho matter, as it is a
growing evil. If the work cannot be
done by the mail agunta, we hope an
arrangement will be made with the
Adams und Southern Express Compa?
nies, and our word for it, there will be
no cause of complaint.
THE D.vvEsroHTS.-T'?ese truly won?
derful mystificators give two of their
indiscoverable performances in Jauuey's
Hall, on Friday and Saturday evenings
of next week. The brothers enter a
coinmou cabinet, and after being se?
curely bound baud and foot, by a com?
mittee selected from the audience, and
tho doors of the cabinet closed, musical
instruments are played and human hands
appear at an opening m the cabinet, and
when tho doors are opened they ure
found to bo securely bound tc their
seats. In tho dark scene one of them is
bound by strong ropes toa chair, and in
that position bis cont is stripped from
him, and seen to Hy across the stage.
The Richmond Dispatch speaks thusly of
their performance in that city:
"The second performance of the Da?
venport Brothers was as great a success
as their first. The gentlemen selected
last night by tho largo audience to
represent them on tho stage were Mr. A. I
M. Keiley and Major Willie Caskie,
General P. T. Mooro, Mr. John Purcell,
Jr., Mr. Mayo, nnd Major W. W. Har?
rison also assisted in efforts to get nt the
bottom of tho mystery, but in vain.
Mr. Keiley took his place in tho cabinet
between the brothers, who were first se?
curely tied. One of his hands was plac?
ed on each of his companions, and his
feet were also bound to theirs, so that
the slightest movement on tho part of
either of tho performers would be de?
tected by him. Tho doors were then
closed, and tho audience, listening, heard
distinctly and successively the playing
npon the guitar, violin and tamborine,
and the ringing of the bells, obedient to
Mr. Kelley's request. Tho door was
theu opened, and Mr. Keiley was dis?
covered with a tamborine ou his head
and a guitar ut his back. He stated that
the brothers bad not moved at all, but
that at his command some mysterious
invisible power, had raised the instru?
ments aud played upon them, and that a
hand had passed across his fuco and
another had been tugging away at the
ropes on his wrists. Like Speaker Tur?
ner on the previous night, he was to?
tally at ii loss to account for the pheno?
"But it is not our pnrposo to givo a
statement in detail of the performances
of the Davenports last night, nor to try
to accouut for them. They offer no ex?
planation of the mystery, aud no one in
tho audience was able to give ono that is
satisfactory. Conjuration, legerdemain,
spiritual manifestations, or whatever else
they are, these feats afford a most de?
lightful pastime, and opeu a wide field
of inquiry for the speculative mind.
I For nineteen years they havo puzzled
the savants of Europe and America, and
it is hardly probable that to u Richmond
mun will belong tho credit of explaining
'how these things can be.'"
HOTEL Amii VALS, November 4.- j
Nicker son House-li. Terry, W. II. Oil
ham, Richmond; J. P. Boyce, Fred. D.
Bush, Greenville; John Chapman,
Holsellvillo; R. Duncan, Spurtatiburg;
Mrs. C. E. Pratt and child, Miss ?Sue |
Pratt, Miss Minnie Pratt, Mississippi;
D. J. Walker, II. Jones, D. Lucas, S.
C.; T. A. Mano, Boston; R. M. Steele,
city; J. F. Bailey and wife, Montgo?
mery; Leon De Leon, Agent Worrell
Columbia Hotel-']:. A. Beard, New
York; J. M. Simpson, Greenville; Wm.
N. Taft, E. W. M. Mackey, Charleston;
S. F. Trowbridge, W. F. Tlmckster, A.
Molle?, Jr., Greenville; F. Murphy, W.
H. Evans, Chi.rlaaton; Wm. Fort, Lex?
ington; T. H. Browne, Now York; W.
W. Moyberry, Peoria; H. J. Samon, R.
W. Latham, New York;L. M. Speers, J.
W. William, Newberry; Mrs. B. B.
1 , i: -rr
PHCEIUXIARA.-- Pereons residing on the
Greenville and Colombia, Bine Ridge,
Laurens, and Spar tan burg and Union
Railroads, can obtain the telegraphic
news, market reports, etc, through the
columna of the PHONIX, twenty-foar
hours ahead of any other paper. Re?
member this, cotton buyers aud business
Messrs. L?rick & Lowrance have just
received severul tubs of choice Goshen
butter; also, something particularly fine,
from tho Valley of Virginia; besides a
lot of pure mountain. Oct somo before
it is all gone.
At the session of the JnsticcB and
Judges yesterday, sixteen additional
rules of practico were adopted. The
session, at 3 p. m., took a recess until
tho second Monday in December next.
We have been furnished by tho agent,
Mr. P. Coonan, with a sample of Coch?
ran's celebrated corn whiskey, and after
testing, pronounce it a No. 1 article.
Mr. Goonan, the agent for the nnle of
this article, is now at the Nickerson
House, and will wait upon onr merchants,
with a view of introducing this fine brand
of whiskey into this market.
Residents as well as strangers often
desire information as to where a "good
sqnaro meal" can bo obtained. Wo im?
part tho information. The Exchange
House, Mein street, near Lady, is the
pluee. Oysters, fish, game and meats
are constantly on hand, and in a short
time cnn be cooked in any style. "Capt.
Jack, of the wooden leg"-no relative of
the valiant "Horse Marines" official-is
employed by Messrs. Paysinger Sc Frank?
lin, and will lay a reasonable wager that
lie can open oysters sufficiently rapid to
keep two ordinary eaters going. Try
Material changes and improvements
have been made at the Fair Grounds,
aud everything will bo in apple-pie order
by the 9th. Persous desirous of exhi?
biting should report early.
air. Leon dc Leon, Esq., Agent of the
Worrell Sisters burlesque opera bouffe
company, paid usa short visit yesterday.
He informs us that the sisters, with their
talented company of twenty five artists,
will give three performances in Nickerson
Hull, commencing Monday evening, No
j vemlier li.
Will bo sent freo of charge for the
year 1871, a cop j' of Merry's Museum,
enlarged and improved, to any one who
will oct as agent for it and get up a clnb.
This is a rare chance for the boys and
girls, as tho publisher snys "Merry for
the coraiug year will bo the most at?
tractive of ull the juvenile magazines."
Don't take his word for it, but send for
a specimeu number free, and judge for
yourself. The terms of tho Museum are
SI. 50 a year, and tho publisher is Ho?
race D. Fuller, Boston.
LIST OK NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
W. H. Gerken-Headquarters.
Davenport Brothers-?Tanney's Hall.
W. ll. Cochran-(J?rn Whiskey. .
1 Dissolution of Copartnership.
Meeting of Stockholders.
Medical-The Bridal Chamber.
Mike Hoke-Special Notice.
Wm. Hutson Wigg-Citation Notice.
Mu. E. H. HElNlTsn- DEAU Fin : The bottle
of Queen's Delight which I purchased from
wm bau given me entire satiafaction. 1 have
been a dyspeptic fur many years, and never
found relief trom an attack, except by travel?
ing, chango of climalo and diet. No medicine
ever before hail produced so good an effect.
After using that ono bottle, I am almost en?
tirely relieved of pain. My bowels are regu?
lar, Ac. I experience no nausea, as I did bo
fore taking tho Queen's Delight. I rocard
this medicino ono of tho most valuable, lt is
: pleasant and agreeable. I abai1 recommend
it. Yours, respectfully,
Oct '2t> "JAMRS F. DOWNEY.
'.lt'.-? mit y curia," said Mrs. Partington to
Ike, while rea ding about tho impending war
in Eurone, "that tho Hollcrhorn creates such
an ado in Yurrup, when it's sich a common
disease among thc cattle in Am?r ky." The
old lady, having delivered herself of the
above, took a done of I.II'PMAN'S GIIE.IT GEn
MAN lilTTEltH to cheer her depressed epirits,
?iud resumed her Knitting.
Lippman's Hilters are for salo by all drug?
gist H and dealers. Depot in Columbia. S. C.,
ut OEIUKK A McGBEGOn'a, Druggists. S 18
Ct A LL at J. SULZdACHER'S and eec
) Oct '2:1 _
ALOTof fine JE WELKY. Ear-rings. Rreast
pins, Plain Gold Kings, Gold and Silvor
'1 liiniblca, Ac.
Parties will find it to thoir interest to call
and examine tho various articled.
Oct 30 G. PIERCES.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters
ITU'KUY DAY at tho Columbia leo House.
_j Just received, another lot, TO-DAY, ol
mc bent that cnn bo had, and I intend to kucp
thom regular all this sca*ou.
Oct 27 lin_JOHN P. RAI EM Aft.
A Desirable Store to Rent.
mm? STOKE ROOM, now occupied by
JL Messrs. L?rick Si Lowrance as a hardware
and grocery establishment, ia now odored for
rent. This is a very desirable stand, bituated
on Main street in the midst ol business, oppo?
site the Pinr.Nix oflicc. Inquire of
E. IL HEINITSH,
Out 2? Al tho Drug Store. ,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
_ THE undersigned informs tho .-o
f rafe public that ho hus openedI ?TgrJV
^lAstook or WATCHES, CLOCki^JC?
%L?3m und JEWELllY. to which bo luvues
ittention. Ho i? also prepared to
|rn?n?M itEPAllt thoroughly and in a work
Ics&a an like manner TIME-KEEPERS of
ovory Hind; besides Jewelry, etc. ^
Nov 3 Imo Two doors below P?iENlX Office.