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Sunday filornincr, November 1% 1870.
Democratic eaalno-Tlxo cot??c gi Coniil
. ;. '/ national Liberty. .
We cordially congratulate oar Demo
oratio jriouds iu the United States upoo
the large gains recently made. The cause
of constitutional liberty and of good go?
vernment is thus strengthened, and tho
hopes of the patriot citizen rise. New
York has gone Deumen ic by an im
meiise majority, aud tho World gvies tho
following as the composition of the noxt
OoDgreaa: Democrats 108; Radicals 122;
Independents 3. The whites of South Ca?
rolina will be found ia hearty sympathy
with the Democracy or nnti-radical ele?
ment of the country. From South Ca?
rolina to California-from the Northern
lakes to the Southern gulf-there is a
vast army of voters arrayed under tho
auti-radicnl or Democratic hannors.
In South Carolina, wo are for tho time
overwhelmed by NUMUSKS, and FRAUD and
the elements of MISRULE prevail. But
this cannot last long. We greet our bro?
thers of the North, South, East and
West, and feel in their triumphs the in?
fluences that are to assist in our coming
victory of the BIGHT. Laying aside the
special policy of the Union Beform or?
ganization, the whito peoplo of South
Carolina will organize in self-defence
Will look to their own interests-and
When National parties again try their
strength, we shall be found ou the side
of the anti-radical party.
Tito Survivors' Meeting.
One of the most interesting incidents
of Fair week, just passed, was tho survi?
vors' meeting. Tho association is ad?
dressing itself in a practical way to its
great historical duty-to preserve the re?
cords of its dead and do justice to tho
living. The address of Gen. Preston wns
delivered before a brilliant audience of
the assembled intelligence of this city
and of tho State. It was an eloquent
vindication of tho defenders of the lato
Confederacy, and stirred the deepest feel?
ings and the tenderest instincts of tho
Southern heart. Bepeated applause show?
ed the electric communication established
between the speaker and tho audience.
The re-union which took place in the
evening, brought together a number of
the old "wearers of tho grey,': and sen?
timent after sentiment followed, and re?
vived past memories. The occasion WOB
indeed suggestive alike of the past and
the future-the past and its memories;
the future and its duties. NOT SURVIVONS
ONLY, BUT INHERITORS.
? ? m ?
THE POPE'S POSITION.-The guarantees
which Italy offers to tho Pope will give
him such authority'ns a mau bas over
his own home. A place of residence is
to be set aside for his Holiness, and over
his palace and adjacent territory he will
be monarch of all he surveys, provided
he does not direct his sight across the
boundary. A small extent of ground,
probably tho area of tho Leoniue City,
will contain the Pope and his cardinals,
and such foreign ambassadors or repre?
sentatives as may be seut to him. Even
here the authority of his Holiness must,
in matters not spiritual, be coucurrcut
with the Italian authority. Over his own
priests and his own spiritual determina?
tions, Pius IX will havo full sway; but
over the Italian citizens not bound to
service to tho Church, who may reside
within his limited dominion, tho Italian
Government will not yield the right of
protection. In this shadow of a court
his Holiness may exercise, if he chooses,
the authorities of a sovereign, but scarce?
ly a temporal sovereign, because, in all
matters outside of his spiritual jurisdic?
tion the italian Govornmeut will have a
right of veto. The most important ces?
sion is thot which guarantees to him
every ecclesiastical right which he holds
as head of tho Catholic Church. In
every matter connected therewith Le will
have as much freedom as over, and in
his communications to the members ol
his Church throughout, tho world, he if
tobo freo and unembarrassed. Tn thc
words of the English law, he is to have
the right of way over the Italian territo?
ries, to him and to all persons who may
have business with him, with ingress ami
egress to aud from his place of residence.
Italy further promises to assume and pay
his debts, n very important concession,
and will guarantee to the powers of thc
world his spiritual independence by ti
proper treaty. It ia believed that i hen
will bo no serious objection to these term;
unless upou thc part of his Holiness him
self. Ho still clings to the shadow ol
temporal sovereignty. He is not con
tent to abdicate; he protests that be ii
still ovory inch a king, and resents th<
invasion of his temporal rights not mere
ly as a temporal wrong, but as a cri mi
against religion. Tho great powers o
Europo are not likely to agree with him
It may bo unjust to submit to this ne
cossity, but it is a necessity from obe
dience to which there seems to bc DOT
uo hope of escape.
the downfall OX the Frerjoh tongue as the
fashionable language of Europe? is the
. .. - - - -- tue
ostracism of the Freboli tongue from
courtly circles, then the Ungukge of the
modern Ciesars is doomed to silence out?
side of France. Not only has German
already become the official language of
Alsace and Lorraine, but societies of
educated ladies in Berlin, instituted for
the purpose of aiding the wounded sol?
diers, have not only tabooed the speak?
ing of French, but n fine is levied ou
every fair member incidentally using a
French phrase. Even the terms * 'ma?
dame" and "madamoiselle" are interdict?
ed, and the German appellations of
"frau" and "fraulein" are employed in
thoir stead. What some of our crude
novelists will do wheu French phrases
become unfashionable, it is difficult to
foretell. Their English is execrable,
and of German they know absolutely no?
F. H. Sprogue, of Salisbury, N. C.,
died suddenly on tho night of the 6th
instant, of congestion, io his office in
that placo. Mr. Sprague was tho Re?
publican candidate for Congress against
e 1 ' . ? i ' II
Attention, Colombia Rifles!
AMEETING of your corps will be held nt
Independent Hall on TUESDAY EVEN?
ING, November 15, at 8 o'clock, Business of
importance will be considered, and a full
meeting ie earnestly requested. Tho arrear
list will be read. By order of Capt. R. O'Neale,
Jr. W. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
Nov 13 2_
. To the Public.
IT affords me much pleasure to thus pub?
licly acknowledge tho kindness, courtesy
and ipromptncBBf with which Messrs. H. E.
Nichols & Co. have adjusted and paid thc
insnranco of $2,50? cm my Dwelling and Fur?
niture. Tho proofs Were prepared on tho 5th
instant, and I have already received a check
for the amount. I moat oordially commend
them to all who need protection for their pro?
perty, not only for the high standing of their
companies, but for their prompt and liberal
asaiatanco in preparing all necessary proofs.
Nov 13 1?_EDMUND DAVIS.
IOFFER for salo a DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE iu Columbia, on Plain ttreet, be?
tween Bull and Pickona ; eight good rooms,
besides four basement rooms. One of tho
most desirable locations in the city.
Also, "Tho Van Patton Shoals," in Spartan
burg District ; 250 acres of good Land, with
good Dwelling and Mill. Tim is perhaps tho
most desirable water power in thc State-on
Enoreo River and within five miles of tho
Atlanta and Charlotte Air-liue Road. A
nevcr-failinK stream, and with seventy-five to
eighty feet fall, for manufacturing purposes,
thia place has no superior. Liberal terms
will be Riven. JAMES G. GIBBES,
Nov 13 Cf_Columbia, 8. C. _
GENUINE Imported CIGARS, together w iib
a large supply of Domestic CIGARS.
Prices to suit all. JOHN C. SEEGERS.
AFINE assortment of TOYS; CANDIES of
all kinds; ? ^mimiw canned FRUITS,
OYSTERS, FISH, etc.. at
Nov 9 fi Opposite PIIONIX Othce.
fTTHE undersigned, reanectfully informs bia
_L fricuds, generally, that ho may hereafter
be found at the well known and popular Dry
Goods Establishment of Messrs. J. H. A M. L.
K1NARD, whero he will bo pleaeed to see
them, and pjivo them his attention.
Nov 3 WHO J. LEE DIXON.
C. F. JACKSON
WILL offor, beginning with thia week,
somo of tho
DRY GOODS AXD FANCY ARTICLES
Ever offered in thia eily.
Every Department ie well lilied with thc
choicest and most desirable Goods. Quilts,
Blankets, Homespun, Shawls, Clonks-in fact,
everything usually kept iu a First Class
Establishment, and at prices to suit the de?
clino in Cotton. Nov li
"NEW STYLES." '
tm FAX CY DRESS GOODS
Cloaks, Shawls and Shawl Fringes,
Vov Suits ami ?Shaw! Suits."
VELVETEENS-all clor.- - o>r Sack- and
LACES, iS"C., Ac
DOMESTIC GOODS, at lowe et ruling cot?
Our Goods as well na prices aro guaranteed
ae good and as cheap as any house South.
\V. 1). KO VE ?Si CO.,
Columbia Flot?! Building.
W. D. LOVE,
B. B. M. CREERY. Nov fi
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
THE undersigned informs tho.
public that he baa opened a
stock or WATCHES, CLOCKS^- ,
and JEWELRY, to which ho invites
attention. He ia also prepared to
ItEPAIR thoroughly and in a work
.manliko manner TIME-KEEPERS of
every kind; besides Jewelry, etc.
" ." m GEORGE BRUNS,
? Nov i\lmo Two floors bolowPn<KNixOflice.
Just received, at POLLOCK'S, fresh
despatch ?roor Newtt?fc&?L
R. Sayre, aged fifty-five'years; a
nent oit?sea-o! this doy, uo?gea hiiajfe^-j
nt hicjresident this moutaing, under mon- ]
bal deprivion. He ?S?1 fin eldex- in tho.
Presbyterian Church, ? reconfc mombor
of the Legislature, but declined ro-nomi
nation, and a director in varions finan?
cial institutions. He was in easy cir?
cumstances, and bad retired from busi?
ness, enjoying general confidence and
respect. He leuves a widow and threo
A New York correspondent says: Gen?
eral regret is expressed here at the fail
uro of the Bismarck-Thiers armistice,
aud journals that hnvo heretofore been
applauding tho heroism of the French,
uro now disposed to reproach them for
not improving the opportunity for mak?
ing better terms now than they aro likely
to get hereafter, if the war is to go ou.
In Wall street, the effect has been to
strengthen tho gold premium, and to
produce the conviction all arouud that
hostilities aro to go on indefinitely,
A SMALL POCKET-BOOK, containing a
?\. Note for *100 ohJf. Strauss, in favor or
It, Y. Jones, having- iev?ral credits thereon,
and about $30 in United States currency. A
reward of f 10 will bo givon the finder if left at
our store. CAMPBELL A JONES.
Nov 12 2
City Currency will be Taken
IN pavmeut for Goods at
Nov ll H A EDY* SOLOMON'S.
MWANTED TO KE^T.-?" SMALL
ROUSE, containing four 'estivo Ronna.
Apply at thia Office._ Nov 8 G
NOTICE-ro EXECUTORS. ADMINIS?
TRATORS and GUARDIANS, Richland
County-All who are in default as to Annual
Returns, will eave costs by making returns
WILLIAM H UPSON WIGG.
Nov fi m3 Judge of Probate.
Seed Wheat! Seed Wheat!'.
OiV* BUSHELS selected SEED WHEAT,
?\ MJ for sale by R. O'NEALE A SON.
Nov 1 _
Ho for the Race!
THE subscriber respectfully
invites hie friend? and nubile i?
general to call and see nie stock
".mi of home-made SADDLES and
??Mat???HARNESSES, which I can sell
twenty-live per cent, cheaper than any
Northern mnao goodb, and will challenge any
merchant in tho South tor il,OOO to compare
with in?! in home-made work.
Nov2:)mo R. HANNAN, Mainstreet.
-fl f\f\ BOXES Goshen. English Dairv and
Xvii / Pino Apple CHEESE, for sale low.
Oct 30 E. HOPE.
1?HE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK would
. call tho attention of the publie to the fact
that they are transacting a GENERAL BANK?
ING BUSINESS, and oxtend tbc usual accom?
modations to business mi n and othors, who
favor them with their accounts.
Oct 23 A. G. BRENIZER. Cashier. _
THE CITIZENS' SAYINGS BANK is now
prepared to draw directly on all tbe pro?
minent places in
England. Scotland and Ireland,
and the Orient,
and will furnish drafts at New York rates.
Oct 23 A. G. BRENIZER, Cashier.
li EV KOL DS" IMPR 0 VE ME NT.
THOSE Who have lost several Natural
Teeth, and have been advised to part
with remaining sound ones, as tho first step
towards obtaining artificial substitutes, are
requested, before submitting to a practice,
eriiel iu itself and often unnecessarily per?
formed, to convince themselves of its fallacy,
by looking closely into a matter of so much
The above improvement waa designed to re?
sist sn deplorable a practice, and after a tho?
rough teat of more than three years, ia found
capable of accomplishing what no other sys?
tem of Artificial Dentistry has heretofore done.
It ia now possible to obtain partial CJ.SP*.
which will eave tor years Natural Teeth, and
be at the eamo tim? reliable in every reaped.
An invitation is hereby given to ouch as
feel interested to call at our Operating
Kooma, and examine duplicate specimens of
eases unwin actual uss.
Nov fit REYNOLDS A REYNOLDS.
riHIK largest, finest, and beat stork of
X CLOTHING in the city. Owing to the
death ol' Col. W. J. Hoke, the slock will be
auld at prices that defy competition.
Our line of Ovcr-cr.ts, Raglans, Business
suits, young men and boyn' clothes, and watei -
proof goods, (of e very style,) is complete.
Buyers will remember, we offer the above
goods, together with a splendid stock of Furn?
ishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks,
j Yalises, Carpet-bags, etc., etc., lower than
i tho same articles eau be bought this side of
! New York.
1 Tho business will be conducted by G. M.
! Johnson, assisted b}- myself, who respectfully
I solicits a share of the public patronage.
Son of W. J. Hoke,
j N. B.- Tho undersigned respectfully invites
I all Ins old f riends to give him a call, seo for
j themselves, and bo satisfied that tho truth of
. the above will be fully verified.
Nov :, _G. M. JOHNSON.
Chewing Tobacco-Just Received.
AFINE lot of thc best Pan-eake and Fig
Nov:; JOHN C. SEEGERS.
i GREAT REDUCTION OF PRICES
is CONSEQUENCE: OP THE
?FALL OF GrOLD!
IMMENSE stock or WATCHES. CLOCKS
and JEWELRY, SILVER and PLATED
! WARE; the largest stock in tho State; SEI.L
I INO AT LOW i"< . KI:S.
I lu eonseipe . of tho low prices cf Gold,
the Hubncriber lias concluded to sell bis stock
accordingly, and would call the attention of
the visitors to tho Fair to call and examino
I before purchasing elsewhere, as it is a duty
1 you owo to yourselves.
All he asks Is a fair trial. Call and he con?
We also have on hand a fino utoek of CUT?
LERY, both for pocket and table usc, with a
large assortment or SPORTING IMPLE?
Give mo a call and oxaminomv stock.
Nov 8 5 Under Columbia Hotel.
Charleston Bivnlvea, in overy style, nt
ing of the stockholders of this road waa
be?jl at Yorkville, on Thursday, the 3d
?plant, at" which tho. following officers
ere elected : President, Gen. EL M.
Laws ; Direotars, John H. Adams/W. li.
"Wilson, Waag Johnston, Jj L. ^Clark,
John S. Byan. f
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS.-Tho fol?
lowing have been appointed to tho
office of Trial Justice in their respective
counties : D. S. Russell, Yorkville ;
Henry A^ Smith, Lexington ; and J. H.
Wo learn from a reliable sourco (says
the Chester Reporter) that the constabu?
lary force, maintained at an expense of
about $30,000 per annum, throughout
the State, is about to bo or bas been re?
A saloon in Burlington, Iowa, was
burnt a few nights ago, and four persons
were burnt to death. The unmc of tho
family was Bascher.
Nickerson House Hall.
GEO. HEUBBRT, LEON OE LEON,
Treasurer. Advance Business Agent.
THREE: NIGHTS OM.Y,
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November
14, 15, and 10.
BURLESQUE and OPERA BOUFFE COM?
PANY, from Worrell Sistora New York
25 TALENTED ARTISTS.
Miss SOPHIE WORRELL, Manasrcbi, in addi?
tion to the far-famed
Tho charming Actress and Vocalist,
MISS JENNIE WILIMORE,
who will appoar in the Burlesque of
D L A ( K- E Y El) S US. I A",
FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF GOLD.
The great HERNANDEZ, formerly with
Mrs. J. A. Oaten, in several new features.
TUE WOni.O RENOWNED
Reserved Seats, $1 00; Admission, 75 cents.
Secure your seats in advance. Reserved scats
to bo hail ut tho Hotels in advance.
Nov St ll
THE AGE OF PROGRESS.
PURITY AND CHEAPNESS.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
At the old stand,
E. H. HE1NITSH,
Wholesale and Heb til Drug House.
DRUGS, Medicine*, and everthing in thc
Drug hue to suit the time?. Onward in
MEDICINES for the sick at much reduced
prices. Prescriptions prepared at low prices.
Thc best of everything sold-and sold al
pricos to euit.
Tho sick, the lame, the feeble in health, ear
have no excuse for remedies-here they are al
your own price. Como and heal thyself.
Tho Quaker Liniment for Rheumatism ant
PainB; Stanley's Great Cough Syrup foi
OouebB and Colds ; Kins Chill Cure for Chilli
and Fever; QUOOII'B Delight for tho Disoases o
tho Blood; Crimson Tetter Wash for tho Com
plexion; Garden and Field Seeds, just re
ceivod; Landreth Seeds-a new supply fo;
1871. Plant your Winter Gardon, sow Cab
bago 8ocd, Onion Seed, Lettuco Soed-am
look out for tho best place to buy your goods
Romcmber-at the Old Stand is tbe place fo
your Medicines. E. H. HEIN ITS H,
Nov 9 Druggist aud Chemist.
Bagging. Rope, Twine and Cotton Ties
AFULL SUPPLY conetantlr on hand aui
for aalo low. by _?. A T. It. AGNEW.
Richland County-In Common Fleas
Elias Gradick, r.s. D. B. DoSauasure, Adminis
trator, el al.
THE creditors o? the late firm of E. C
Smith it Bro. are required to establisl
their claims betoro me, on or before the lira
day of Januarv, 1871. Bv order of Court.
D. B. MILLER,
Nov 4 f CC. C. and Special Referee.
Fresh Norfolk Oyster:
EVERY DAY at the Columbia Jee Honst
Jubt received, another lot, TO-DAY, <
tbe best that eau bo had, and 1 intend to kee
them regular all this season.
Oct 27 lm JOHN D. BAT EMAN.
ALOT of tine JEWELRY, Ear-rings, Brea?!
)>ii;s, Plain Gold Rings, Gold and Silvt
Parlies will lind it to their Interest to ea
and exaiuim: the various articles.
A Mammoth Raille ol'Fine Jewelry,
XT ALU ED at $1.01,0. 200 Chanced, at i
\ each. 2"> Prizes, consisting of
Fine Gold and Silver WATCH KS,
Fino Gold BREAST-PINS and EAR-RING.'
SILVER GOBLETS, Ac.
Will come oil at my Saloon ns soon aa ll:
Chances are taken.
Oct:H> G. DIERCKS.
Buckwheat and Golden Syrup
1 AA RAGH. new BUCKWHEAT FLOUI
XVJv/ 5 barrels Golden SYRUP, for salo li
Yellow Pine Lumber,
OF tho BEST QUALITY, and in qnantilu
to suit purcbasers, eau Ix: obtained I.
applying to W. J. BRYANT A CO.,
No. 2 Ann street, Charleston, S. C.,
Or al Branchville Post O?llce, S. C.
Oct l l Imo
CARBOLIC Disenfecting SOAP. Carbo)
Medicated Soap, for allaying irritaiioi
of tho skin, washing sores, wounds and cutt
neons eruptions, itching humors among chi
dren, diseases of the skin, Ac, for sale at
Oct 7t HEINITSH'S Drug Store.
DR. DARBY bas removed bis Private <?iii<
to his residence, afc tho head ot Unive:
sity Campus. Bis Public Oft!co in tho Medic;
Rooms is open as hitherto, from 1 P. M. to
T. M. Oct 20mwO
A Desirable Store to Rent.
THE STORE ROOM, now occupied I
Messrs. L?rick A Lowrance as a bardwai
and grocery establishment, is nowof?.jred f<
rent. This is a very desirable stand, situ?t?
on Main street in thu midst ol buH?neB9, oppi
Bite tho PUIENIX ofticc. Inquire of
E. IL HEINTTSH,
_Oet 25 At the Drug Store^
TORN and defaced GREENBACKS, Ni
TIONAL BANK MONEY and FRA<
TIONAL CURRENCY bought at a small di
count at THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK.
Oct 23_ A. G. BRENfZKB, Cashier.
Lantz's world-reuowned Whiskey, i
X5 o> ? ?esl. "X'-C o aaa, ii .
PHOENIXIANA.-The price of singlo
copies of tho FncEirrx ic Qvo cents. If
carriers chnrgo inoro it io pimply a swin?
dle. They cnn be obtained at that price
at thc office. 1 '
Visitors to the Fair should bear in
mind that Messrs. L?rick & Lowrance
are now offering thoir entire slock of
hardware, groceries, agricultural implo
menta, etc., at cost, preparatory to mov?
ing into their new storo. Parties wish?
ing goods in their Hue, would do well to
give them a call.
A. reliable, sober, "swift" priuter can
obtain a pormaneut situation, by apply?
ing at once at PHOJXIX Office.
Tho full list of premiums awar led at
tho late Fair will be published TuesdayJ
You can get au artistic shave, a clean
shampoo, and have your hair done up in
style, by calling on Alonzo Reese, on
Main struct, a short distance below
Washington. He uses tho patent evapo?
rator-which is a decided improvement,
and materially relieves unpleasant sensa?
tions in the head.
Auotber immense and thoroughly
wonder-struck audience filled .Tanney's
Hall, agaiu last night. The feats of
the mystic Davenport Brothers aro
of such a nature as to defy detection or
explanation. How individuals, with
arms, bands and limbs Beourely tied,
can manipulate different musical instru?
ments, is beyond our ken; but yet such
appears to be tho fact. They exhibit in
Augusta on Monday night, nnd our
Georgia friends can prepare their study
caps, for they will need them.
Some young men seem to think that if
they have gold shirt Btuds in their
bosoms, it matters not if their hands are
Tho Chatham Railroad, iu North
Carolina, is progressing finely; workmen
arc within six miles of tho Western Rail?
road. Abutments and piers of Haw
River ure all up.
The premium buggy, manufactured by
Messrs. Gower, Cox & Markley, ol
Greenville, can be seen at thc curriagc
manufactory of Messrs. Carroll & Spell?
man, in this city-who are authorized tc
dispose of it. Price 8225.
Gas has been reduced to ?4 per 1,00(
feet in Wilmington, N. C. Wo hope tb(
Columbia Company will follow suit.
Dr. D. C. Fisbburno, an ex-membei
of tho South Carolina Legislature o
18G5, died in Georgetown, on the 8th.
TUE WonitEiiD SISTERS.-These admi
rabie burlesque comedians commence i
series of three entertainments to-morrow
night, iu Nickerson House Hall. Th
Northern as well as Southern papers ar
loud in their praise and highly comment
the entire performance. Tho Wilmingtoi
Slur-reliable authority-says :
"As a burlesque troupe wo bavo neve
seen thom excelled, and tho appreciatioi
of the audience was manifested clearl;
and distinctly in tho rounds of npplaus'
and roars of laughter which greeted them
The inimitable Hernandez with his Japs
in their grotesquo scenes and laugbabl
pantomime, made the walls ring with th
merriment which they prodnced; whil
the astonishing feats of tho Leon Dre
titers elicited tho warmest applause. Th
Sisters are sparkling and vivacious, nu
tho entire troupe enter into their variou
parts with spirit and vim."
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.-Tri
nity Church-Rev. P. J. Shaud, Rectal
10*4 A. M. and 4?? P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J. O'Cot
nell, Pastor, 10)4 A. M. and 1 P>M.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev. Wn
W. Mood, lO'.C A. M.; Dev. S. K
Browne, 3'.j P. M.
Marion Street Church-Dev. S. E
Browne, IO1.. A. M.; Rev. W. W. Moot
7'J P. M.
Lutheran Church-Rev. A. D. Ruth
10'J A. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. 1
Boggs, 10*4 A. M. and 7}.i P. M.
Baptist Church-Dev. J. L. Reynold)
IO'. A. M.
LADIES' INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION. -
Tho receipts and expenditures of th
Association for tho month of Novenibe
1870, nto ns follows:
Dy cash received per ordered work
80S.05; sales room, 115.00; stitching
3.25; stamping, 2.45. Cash balauct
To cash paid agent, 830; assistai
agent, 20; machino 10; for work, 100,-ii
pur. com., 31.30; porter, 2.25; laundrcs:
1.50. express, 50-202. Balance, 813.
Tm: RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-We ai
called ttpou, this morning, to record tl:
death of two more of tho victims cf il:
railroad accident of Thursday last-M
Stephen H. Smith, of Nowberry, au
Senator Lomax, of Abbeville. John I
Trapp, the colored mail agout, is iu
precarious situation. Messrs. Isaac
Barnes and Hagood aro improvini
Coroner Coleman lins held an inquest c
tho bodies of Mrs. Fogartio, Minen
Bateman, Graco Montanguo, H. J. L<
max and Stephen H. Smith, and tho jut
returned a vordict that they came t
their deaths from injuries received L
an accident whioh ocourred on the Groei
ville and Columbia Railroad ou the 10t
of November, 1870.
Poer; OFFICE# HOURS.-Northern mail
opens 4.80 P. M. ; closes ll A. M.
Charleston and Greenville, open 4.30
P. M.; close 5.30 A. M.
Western, opens 12.80 P. M.; closes
2.45 P. M.
Charleston, evening, opens 8 A.M.;
doses 6 P. M.
Office open Sundays from half-past
4 o'clock to half-past 5.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, November 12.
Columbia Hotel-ii. C. Gilbert, Charles?
ton; N. P. W?lls, Savannah; J. F. Con?
nors, Cokesbnry; G. C. Taylor, New?
berry; F. lt. Lanesuo, G. Pomroy, S. D.
Clapp, F. H. Beers, C. H. Stone, J. W.
Hobson, C. H. Ruser, New York; W. H.
Bradly, Augusta; J. H. Means, Fair?
field; E. H. Hamilton, Williamston.
Nickerson House-J. W. Hall, Miss. ;
J. F. Oates, O. Bennett, Richmond; M.
M. Wolfe, Charlotte; W. C. Hewett,
Augusta; Gooree Renick, Pa.; J. S.
Pierson, New York; S. F. Houston, N.
Y.; T. J. Cunningham, Kershaw; A. J.
Lamar, Ridgeway; T. S. Moorman,
Newberry; Dr. Ki 1 gore and family,
Misses] Simpson, C. A. Simpson, R. F.
Fleming, Laurens; M. J. Hendrix,
Richland; S. G. Thomas, S. C. ; John D.
Turner, Wadmalaw; S. J. Ward, John's
Island; J. D. Alexander, Petersburg.
LIST OF NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Edmund Davis-To the Public.
P. F. Frazeo-Sheriff's Sales.
D. C. Poixotto & Son-Real Estate.
Attention, Columbia Rifles.
Junien G. Gibbes-For Salo.
T. J. LaMotte-Assignee's Sale.
Jacob Levin-Handsomo Furniture.
From Alex, N. Dougherty, M. D., late one
of the Medical Diroctors U. 8. A., Newark,
N. J.: "Having been mado acquainted with
the composition of tho preparation known as
SOZOUONT, I have for soino time past permit?
ted its use in my family, whero it ban given
entire satisfaction. It ia an elegant toilet
ariiclo, well worthy of the encomiums it has
'Sr.VLDtKO's PREFABED GLUE." N 13 +3
Don't hawk, hawk, spit, spit, blow, blow,
and disgust everybody with your Catarrh
audits offunsive odor, when Du. SAGE'S CA -
TABBn ltEMKor will speedily destroy all odor
and arrest the discharge* Tho proprietor
offers ?5O0 for a case he cannot euro. Sold by
Druggists, or by mail, sixtv cents. Pamphlet
freo. Address Dr. lt. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
N 13 Tf8
Younger by twenty years is tho appearance
of thc man of fifty, or tho lady of-never
mind how many summers-lifter be or she has
charmed away tho gray hairs with PHALOS'.S
VITALIA. Pleasant, clear and transparent.
Sold hy all druggists and fancv goods deal?
ers. " N18f3
Mn. E. H. HEISITSH-DEMI 81a : The bottle
of Queen's Delight which I purchased front
you has given me entire satisfaction. I have
been a dyspeptic for many years, and nevor
found relief from an attack, except by travel?
ing, chango of climate and diet. No medicine
ever beforo has produced so good an effect.
After using that one bottlo, I am almost en?
tirely relioved of paiu. My bowels aro regu?
lar, Ac. I experience no nausea, as I did he?
lero taking tho Queen's Delight. I regard
this medicino ono of the most valuable. It ia
pleasant and agreeablo. I shalt recommend
it. Yours, respect t ully,
Oct 2IJ JAMES F. DOWNEY.
"It's mity curis," said Mrs. Partington to
Ike, whilo reeding about the impending war
in Europe, "that tho Bollorhorn creates such
an ado in Yurrup, when it's sich a common
disease among the cattle in Anienky." Thc
old lady, having delivered herself of tho
abovo, took a dose of LIPPMAN'S GBKAT GER?
MAN BITTERS to cheer her depres?od spirits,
and resumed her knitting.
Lippman's Bitters aro for sale by all drug?
gists .ind dealers. Depot in Columbia, S. C.,
at GEIGER A MCQKEOOU'S, Druggists. 8 18
INFORMS his friends and customers that bo
ia prepared to furnish OYSTERS in al!
styles-an lie has a superior cook. Oct 80
THE largest and best assorted stock ot
FINE GROCERIES, WINES and LI?
QUORS in South Carolina, can bo found at my
Store. A call will provo this all?gement.
Novit GEO. SYMMERS.
100 acres choice LAND-SO acres clear?
est situated three milos from Hopkins'
^?.,Turn-Out; thirteen miles from Colum?
bia, and three-quarters of a milo from the
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Railroad
For terina, apply nt this o frico. Oct 31 lin
Sea Moss Farina.
ADELICIOUS FOOD, prepared from Sea
MOPS, highly nutricious, and of exquisite
Davor. A desirable article, and staple addi?
tion to the household hill of fare.
For sal?- at HEINITSHS
Sopt 22t Drug Store.
S. W. PORTER. RI M. STEELE.
ANOTHER HEAVY INVOICE
T O - I> -A. "ST !
LA DJ KS' SLITS,
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
A mil and cboico lot ol
KEPT IN A
First Class Store.
Wc ofter our Goods at low Cotton tlgnres.
PORTER & STEELE,
Oct 21 Columbia. S C.
Shnltz's pure Pan Cake Chewing To?
bacco, at POLLOCK'S.
You can get Wolfe's genuine Aromatic
Sohiedara Schnapps, nt POLLOCK'S.