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Sunday Horning, January 89,1871.
Vite Toulon wm, tte? Gaul.
Tho peculiarities of race forms ono of
the m?ht interesting subjects of reflec?
tion, to the philosophical mind. We
have heard and read mach of the quali?
ties of the Latin race and of the Teutonic
race. Whatever may be said of tho past
history of these races, as illustrated by
the French and the Germans, it seems
pretty well established that the Gaul is
now no match for tho German. Bravely
and spiritedly as the French have fought,
the hardier, cooler and moro persistent
qualities of the Gorman soldier have
given to Germany success after success,
and established ber superiority over
Franco iu the conflicts of arms. It will
not do to say that the French were
unprepared and have been out-gcMo?
ralled. This may be, and, indeed, in
our judgment, is true, but apart from
this stands out the fact that the Gorman
has proved more than a match for the
Frenchman-heavier, stronger, cooler,
more persistent. -Gambella may be elo?
quent, quick, spirited and patriotio, bat
Bismarck can beat bim with his cool
sagacity, his firm will, bis heavier calibre,
and bis stern adherence to his deliberate
purpose. And these two men are repre?
sentative men, embodying respectively
the chief characteristics of the French
and the German. History will declare
that Germany beat Franco because she
showed herself superior in the mind to
con?oive and the baud to execute.
How MB. LINCOLN REGARDED CARTET
BAGGEBS.-The following extract from a
letter addressed by "Old Abe" to a
Louisiana politician, has been published,
bat will bear re-publishing. Ho said:
"What we do want is the conclusive
evidence that respectable citizens of
Louisiana are willing to be membors nf
Cuugress and to swear support to the
Constitution,- and that other respectable
citizens there are willing to vote for them
and send them. To send a parcel of
Northern men here as representatives,
eleoted, as would be understood, (and
perhaps really so,) at the point of the
bayonet, would be disgraceful and out?
rageous; I would cast my vote ngaiust
admitting any such man to a seat."
Now, let it be remembered that there
is scarcely a carpet-bagger in Congress
who has not been elected by the very
means which the first Republican Presi?
dent so severely denounced. Aud yet
thoy are never rejected, while the
party in Congress) waut more of thc same
AlTEK THE F AM, Ol' PAMS-W?AX?
The Baltimore Sun, considering the go?
vernmental futuro of France, nfl ur tho
end of the preseut war, says:
lt is hardly to be supposed that, aftor
the surrender of Paris, with its enormous
garrison, and the consequent release of
the great mass of the besieging army to
operate elsewhere, any successful resist?
ance eau bo made by the rest of France.
The humiliation of a surrender of the
territories of Alsace and Lorraine will
apparently have to bo submitted to. It
remains to be seen whether Franco will
Sro fit from disaster us Prussia did from
ena; Piedmont from tho calamities in?
flicted by Austria in 1848; Russia, from
her defeat in the Crimea, and Austria,
from the heavy blows indicted by Prus?
sia in 1866. Adversity bus often proved
au efficient though harsh schoolmaster
to natious as well as individuals. It is
obvious, however, that the future of
Frauco is beset by great difficulties.
Tho restoration of monarchy and tho
establishment of n Kepublh: aro both
surrounded by gravo embarrassments.
A French writer of ability has receutly
described in vivid colors tho Scylla and
Charybdis between which Franco has
now to steer. Monarchy no longer in?
spires respect; it bas shown itself unsta?
ble; and if restored in France, it would
have to contend against tho whole body
of Republicans, whilst universal suffrage
and the freedom of thc press, which any
Government would be obliged to retain,
would constantly monaco tho stability of
the throne, and thus vigorous measures
o? repressiou be rosorled to by the
m inardi, or else a diversion sought in a
foreign war. On tho other hand, groat
masses ot tho Fronch distrust the ability
of a Republic to preserve order and
security enough for industry and com?
merce to go ou. In any event, the edu?
cation of the people, which has been as
strong an element of German strength
in this war as of French weakness, can
no longer be negloctod, for ignorance is
evor the mother of despotism, and if
permitted to brood over the French
provincos as heretofore, tho country will
ooutinue at tho morey of both dema?
gogues at homo and invaders from
abroad. With universal instruction,
compulsory if necessary, aud universal
military service, as formerly recommend?
ed by General Trocbu, instead of relying
upon a mero professional army, segre?
gated from tho people, Franco may come
forth from her present severo trial re?
generated and invigorated.
Tho Govornor of Massachusetts re?
commends a change in the divorce laws j
of the Stato, so as to "put an end to the
acaudal of removing to Indiana for tho
purpose of escaping from an embarrass?
ing marriage" Some people will tell
iou that it is a greiter Boandul to stay in
rassaohu6ctts than to remove to Indiana
for any purpose whatever. It is proba?
bly not true, though.
A RADIO AI, Vnnr-Tau THOTH Sir?es*.
The Oharleetipn Eepubfipmmvj^^ ?
..Bat; now tho oorro?tiono and tibicT"
inga pod general ^iMuagtoeril ot
some ?I oar politicians, and ol BO rue of
oar GO-caJled statesmen, are doing lrbafc
oven tho fioioo hurricane of war could
not do in disheartening oar people.
The effect of the work of some of these
jackals of polities is direful.
"There are, in troth, good men hold?
ing position in the government of the
State-mon who are anxiously seeking
tho advancement of the people-but
many of those who hold ' office, both
white and colored, hold it only because
the tremendous revolution in oar affairs
lifted them there by the merest accident,
they themselves being steeped in corrup?
tion. These aro creatures of circum?
stance. Ou for o thousand years, per?
haps no time would come that would lift
this class of mea to the giddy height they
..It is not that Borne of theso aro not
graduates of colleges, or evea of common
schools; it is not that they are cramps!
in knowledge because of the political
system which ruled the State; it is not
this, for we are thorough Republicans,
and not only believe io the government
of the people, but know that many of
the great-brained men who ore of most
service to the State are cot of thc
schools-it is not this over which we are
gloomy, but it is that ao many ot our
public men are thieves!. That bas a
harsh sound we know, bat it is simply
the plain. English way, and tbe only
trae way, of patting.it.
"From every side come rumora of the
corruptions of officials. Some of those
rumors are of coarse only rumors, with
no foundation whatever, bat others of
these stories are too true, and too
unerringly point to the political perdi?
tion toward which we are drifting, and
which we shall sorely reaah unless tho
people, whom these corrupt men do not
in reality represent, rouse themselves to
WHAT WE NEED IN SOOTH CABOLINA.
The York vii lo Enquirer says:
"The thing we need most ia this
oouatry is more iahabitants. By inhabi?
tants, we do not mean tenters or squat?
ters, who expect to camp in the country
a fow years. Wo mean individuals who
expect to make this country their homo,
and to live and die here, and at last to
be buried in its soil. By no other class
of men can the resourees of a country
.'Tho man who is wedded to the soil
by no other tie than tho prospectivo
guins of a few years, never thinks of de?
velopment any furtbor than tho welfare
of the wholo contributes to his presout
income Suoh an individual makes no
arrangement for tho fnture prosperity of
the community in which he dwells for
the time. His expectations are to ag?
grandize himself by destroying, aud not
by developing. The idea of increasing
his own resources and those of the
couutry, by saving and improving the
soil upon which he lives, never enters
his mind. Ruin aud desolation follow
such individuals. Their course is mark?
ed by destruotion. Of this class of pur
sou* we have qnile enough. Wo need,
however, thrifty aud industrious inhabi?
"It is sad to say it, but it is no slander
to say, that a large number of the pro
sent tenants of Southern soil are idle
and thriftless. This is, perhaps, true of
every country, to some extent; but it is
truo of our country to an alarming de?
gree. All over tho South there is n
ciass of persons who have been guided
and directed in all their efforts by an?
other class. This latter class is, by the
force of early education, dependent upon
those whom they have been accustomed
to control. Both these classes aro in n
sad predicament. Tho only apparent
redemption for either, and both, is self
reliance. Whether these classes will
ever work in concert or not, is yet to be
proven. Ono thing, however, is true.
The class that is most industrious and
thrifty will mako tho greatest develop?
ments, and if the other class remains
idle, it will ultimately dwindle away and
bo no moro.
"All that this country needs, to make it
ono of tho most desirable places on
earth, is a thrifty and energetic popula?
tion. Tho soil and climate, especially ol
tho upper Counties of the State of South
Carolina, are such as to meet the desires
of him whoso only craving is wealth,
whilst tho natural scenery is BO grandly
picturesque as to fill n pout's soul with
rapturous delight. Wo have no disposi?
tion to make predictions; but we are im?
pressed with tho idea, that by proper
management, tho Stato of South Carolina
will, at uo distaut day, bo regarded ne
ono of tho most desirable places on the
I'D ii ti ti od t. It is pleasant, ut least, te
think that such will be the case; and
should it provo to bo a dream never to
be realized, it does no harm at present,
but is a real good.
"One thing is, beyond all controversy,
truo: no mun ever did much for himself
or his country by folding bis bunda in
idleness aud complaining of lun d times.
We huvo less need for the idler and gen?
tleman of leisure than for anything OIKO.
Tho duty of such individuals is to pul!
off their coats and go to work. If they
will not do this, tho soouer they leave,
tho better it will bo for tho country,
Their departure will bo hailed un a pub
lie good. With tboir exodus, scarcity ol
corn will leave the laud, und whether thc
price of cotton bo high or low, tnonej
will be plenty."
Many persons are of the impression
tliat Goo. Frank Bluir's Senatorial tern
will commence on the 4th of Mare!
next. That is a mistake. Hts tern
commences immediately and terminate!
on the 4th of Maroh, 1873. Ho is elect
od to fill the vacancy caused by the re
signatiou of Mr. Drake, of Missouri.
Tho present food supplying region o
tho Gel man armies is said tobo Hun
gary, which is paradoxical.
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fo&eriftjte mel ?I Iii M.
TheAk>r? mittee ou County Offices re?
posted baot a bill to requiro County
Trt?aourero ito report to the General As?
sembly-recommending that the ?ame do
pass. Ordered for consideration Hon
I Mr. Cardozo introduced a resolution,
that whereas, the Governor has in his
late message brought to the notice of
the General Assembly the necessity of
further legislation to protect the interests
of the State in regard to its receipts from
phosphates, in which ho Bhowud that
during the past year but Si,989 hud buen
received from that source; and, whereas,
the immense wealth contained in those
deposits might reasonably be expected
to yield a sufficient income to pay tho
interest on the Statu debt; therefore,
Resolved, That tho Committee on
Mines aud Mining bo requested to framo
forthwith a law that will curry out thu
recommendation of tho Governor.
The following bills wero introduced:!
To define the salaries of certain officers;
to provide a modo of contesting elec?
tion*; to amend an Aot to authorize the
Commissioners of Public Buildings of
Williamsburg to sell oertain portions of
the publie grounds, passed December,
1859; to incorporate tho Charleston
I Water Company; to compel County ?
Commissioners to report to the General I
Assembly, passed its second reading,
i Also, a joint resolution, authorizing the
j County Commissioners of Lancaster
County to levy a special tax; to amcud
an Aot to define tho jurisdiction and
duties of County Commissioners; after
varions amendments, passed its second
reading. Also, a bill to amend an Act
to establish and maintain a system of
free schools; passed its second reading.
Also, a bill to amend Section 279 of an
Act to revise, simplify nnd abridge thc
rules, pleadings, ko., of the courts; to
alter and amend au Aot to alter and
amend the charter and extend tho limits
of the city of Columbia; referred to a
special committee of three. Also, a bill
to incorporate Harmony Lodge No. Ol;
A L?Ossuge waa received from the Go?
vernor, transmitting a report of thc
Sinking Fund Commission. The follow?
ing stutement shows thc financial trans?
actions of tho Commission as reported:
Amount realized from salo of
21,698 shores of Greenville
and ColumbiaBailroad stock
at 82.75 per share.$50,009 50
From sale of 240 shared South
Carolina and South-western
Railroad stock, at $45.00... lO.stiO Ot)
From Governor Scott, aa net
proceeds of sale of building
material iu State House yard 3,1)14 70
From sale 4,000 shares of Che
raw and Coalfields Bailroad
stock, at $3.75. 15,000 00
From sale of real estate, to wit:
four acres on Arsenal Hill,
near Executive mansion, and
ono aero on Main street, iu
rear of State House. 0,905 00
For $100,000 of Stute bonds.$81,937 50
For commissions on side of
real estate. 348 25
Advertisements. 192 30
Stamps and stationery. 32 95
Surveying. 57 50
For searches of property. 224 00
Balance on haud.$12,050 70
J. H. RAINEY, Secretary.
The report was referred to the special
committee appointed to investigate.thu
ulla i rs of the Sinking Fund Commission.
The Senate then wont into executive
session. The following appointments
were confirmed: Bichland County-Trial
Justices, A. JJ. Solomon, W. B. Nash,
S. B. Thompson, Robert Adams, Johu
A. Ross, W. H. Sligh, Abram Huger.
The appointment of J. L. Watson as
Treasurer of York County was rejected.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho Houso met at 12 M. '
Tho Committee on Education reported
unfavorably on a joint resolution to
withhold the last quarter's salary of
School Commissioners who have not
reported as required by law. Also, fa?
vorably on Senate bill to supply tho
deficiency in tho appropriation for freo
schools. Also, to confirm tho appor?
tionment of tho free school fund made
by tho State Superintendent of Educa?
tion. Also, unfavorable on a bill em?
powering tho Connty Commissioners of
Newberry to establish certain school?
Tho Committoe on Medical Affairs re?
ported unfavorably on a joint resolution
to authorize Isaac Palmer, of Anderson,
to chnrgo and collect fees for services
rendered as nurse; which was ordered to
Ho over for consideration. Also, report
od upon tho account of Dr. G. W. Gar
many, of Newberry, for post mortem
examination, recommending that $20 be
paid. Also, on tho account of R. C.
Carlisle aud ethers, recommending that
they bo roferred to tho County Commis?
sioners of suid County. Adopted.
Mr. Wilkes introduced a bill to amend
an Act to revise, simplify and abridge
tho rules, forms aud pleadings of the
Courts. Also, presonied a memorial
from Judge J. L. Orr and others, pray?
ing that tho time of holding Courts iu
the Eighth Circuit bo ohanged. Refer?
Mr. Smith, of Charleston, introduced
a couourront resolution, that the Clerks
of tho Senate and Houso bo instructed
to draw pay certificates to January 31,
for members and subordinate officers of
the General Assembly. Adoptod.
Mr. Dennis introduced a bill to regu?
late the liability of hotel and boarding
houso kee pent. Reforred.
Mr. Bosemon introdnced a bill amend?
ing an Act to incorporate tho Dorn Min
ing tva? Manufacturing Company; which
WW referred. Also, presented the peti?
tion of WiUiamyB. Pringlj& oxeoqtor,
preying the r?nuwnl of. a ooitain certifi?
cate of State stook. Referred.
Mr. Thomas gave notice pf a bill to
make the o Alco of Land Commissioner
an electivo office, and for the Gone ral
Assembly to make un appropriation for
Mr. Humbert introdnced a bill to in?
corporate tho Trinity Baptist Church, of
Mr. Leo introduced a resolution, that
leave bo granted Wm. Kennedy, Esq.,
to withdraw the claim of John S. Sims,
for teaching Behool in Edgefield County.
Mr. Doyle introduced a hill to incor?
porate tho New Hopo Baptist Church, of
Ooonce; which waa referred. Also, gave
notice of a bill to incorporate tho Beaver
Dam Baptist Church, of Oconee.
Mr. Hngood presented the petition of
C. C. Perry, pra}*ing payment for ser?
vices ronderod as school-teacher in Ab
bovillo County. Referred.
Mr. ?raith presented tho nccounta of
Dr. B. and J. L. Wofford. Referred.
Mr. Frost introduced a eonourrout re?
solution, that tho State Treasurer ho
required to furnish the General Assem?
bly with information upon what au?
thority ho disbursed the amount of the
appropriation for free schools, or why
this was not now nvailable. Adopted.
Mr. Whipper introduced a concurrent
resolution, that as a state of domestic
violence exists and atrocious murders
havo been committed, and lifo and pro?
perty are insecure, the Goueral Assem?
bly call upon the United States Govern?
ment for that protection guaranteed by
tho Constitution of the United States,
and that this resolution bo transmitted
to tho Governor, with the request that
the same be transmitted to tho President
of tho United States. Adopted, and
orderod to bn sent to the Senate.
Tho consideration of tho resolution by
Mr. Jervoy, to appoint a committee of
one from each County to invostigato the
expenses of fitting up the hall of tho
Home, being the unfinished business of
yesterday, waa resumed. Considerable
caviling and acrimonious debato ensued.
Mr. Jervoy called the provious question,
but the parties interested in thc furni?
ture job and their friends, foariug such
nu investigation as a committee of thir?
ty-one would bo apt to make, commenced
to lillibustcr, and staved off a vote upon
the resolution until af ter 3 P. M., when
there not bciug a quorum present, tlie
i House adjourned.
Bl'RNINO IS NlCWliElUlY.-We lonni
that the barn and stables of A. G. May
bin, of Newborry, containing all of his
forage and oight mules, were entirely de?
stroyed by firo on Monday night, 23d
instant. It waa the work of an incen?
The bruto in Washington who pulled
out tho tuuguo of u horse while in a tit
of rage, bas been let oil with a paltry
lino of $5. Tho sufferings of tho mu?
tilated horse wore .so intense that it was
found necessary to kill him.
John Buder, a colored man, died in
Cornwall, Canada, last week, aged 105
years. He served in thc British army iu
the Revolutionary war, and in 1812, and
had drawn a pension for fifty-seven years.
At tlie Hoosac Tunnel, on Monday, a
workman, named Jones, fell from the
top to the bottom of the central shaft, a
distance of 1,030 feet, aud was dashed
Two children died from tasting tho
contenta Ol a vial picked up in tho ruins
of a drug store burut d in Milford, Muss.
This makes fivo who have lost their lives
by the tire in quest iou.
Mr. S. J. Carson, of Orungeburg, wns
so severely injured by a fal! from his
mule (us is supposed) thut he died on
Au ice-boat on tho Hudson, running
at tho speed of forty miles per hour, ran
into another boat, and in tho crush a
young man named Jacob Best was killed.
There is reason to beliovo that some of
the prevailing bloudo chiguons aromado
of tho light fantastic tow.
Lines on thc OeutU of Little Shirl)- lltx.
One morn an angel spirit fled
From Eden's bowers on earth unseen;
To wander through tho world's vast split re,
Anti gather there the brightest flower.
That spirit wandered far and wido,
In realms of beauty, realms of woe;
but could not in tboso rovings lind
A. cherub pure for God's own throne.
That reaping spirit sadlv moaned,
And gathered up its wings for flight.
lint aid just then ho spied a bud,
Fit Jewel for that holy throne:
At once that angel spirit loved
That tiny babo of tender growth.
Thongh lie, "I've found tho prize for Heaven,
For which in vain I'vo sought to find."
Just as the bursting floweret blooms,
Unconscious of the reaper's scythe.
That searching spirit touched that babe,
And claimed it from its mother's breast.
lt closely clasped that infant form,
And on its mother sadly smiled;
Thon cast a pitying tear to bless,
A bosom of its bud bereft.
The bars of Eden then unclosed,
And seraph forms in waiting stood,
And joyously they gazed to know
That Shirly was the angel's cl?nico. O.
Phoenix Axe, Hook and Ladder Co,
AREGULA H MEETING o? thia Company
will bo hold TO-MOBUOW EVENING, at
their Hall, at 7 o'clock. Hy order.
Jan 2D 1 W. W. DEANE, Sec'y.
Colombia Chapter No. 5, R. A. M.
A Continuation of Extra Convocation
?7? >???> \i\ bo bold in Masonic Hall, TO-MOU
g?^UO\V (Monday) EVENING, 7 o'clock.
Tho H. E. Dooroo will bo conforrcd.
Uy order of tho M. E. H. P.
Jan 20 IL E. BHUOE. Secretary.
Residence for Sale- ^'igible Location.
TH E undersigned will sell his RESI
llfl DENCE on Arsenal Hill - - regarded "no
ill of tho most desirable in tho city. Tho
House contains 13 rooms, with high ceilings,
and on tho promises aro commodious out
houses, stables, Ac. Connected with tho pro?
mises aro a lino garden spot and handaomo
shrubbery. Terms reasonable.
Jan 29 J. P. THOMAS.
STOCKS, BONDS und COUTONS bought
and sold by D. GAMBRILL, Broker.
F MAIL AnBAHaajiBOTS.-Tho ; Northern
mail opens nt 0.80 P. MJ; closes 12.1?
P. M. Oharieston day mail Opens 1.30
P. jj. ; closes 11.30 A. M. Charleston
night mail opens 8.30 A. H. ; closes 0.00
P. M. Greenville mail opens 1.30 P.
M.; closes 8.30 P. M. Western mail
opeoB 1.30P. M.; closes 1.30 P. M. On
Sunday office open from 3 to 1 P. M.
PUQJNIXIANA.-Tho price of singlo
copies of tho PnuiNix is five cents.
Book and job printing of every kind
attended to promptly at PHOENIX office.
All persons indebted to tho Pna'.Nix
office must make immediate settlement,
or tho accounts will bo placed in tho
hands of tho proper officers. Hereafter
all transient advertisements are to bo
paid for before iuaerted.
Country publishers in want of second?
hand type-bourgeois aud minion-be?
sides rules, leads, chases, etc., can bo
supplied, at ubout half founders' prices,
by applying at tho PHONIX office.
Columbia Division No. G, Sous of
Temperance, was organized on Friday
eveniug. We understaud that the
temperance movement is steadily pro?
gressing in this city, and ia rapidly gain?
ing in public favor. The following is
tho list of officers of Columbia Division,
No. G: W. P., T. J. LaMotte; W. A.,
John Morrison; R. S., F. P. Beard; As?
sistant R. S., John R. Slauson; F. S.,
Samuel Board; Treasurer, O. J. Harris;
Chaplain, Rov. J. Lee Dixon; Conductor,
C. D. Stanley; Assistant Conductor, J.
A. Elkins; Inside Seutinel, James F.
The Governor hus appointed D. R.
Duncan and Joel W. Carlislo, of Spar
tanburg; Thomas S. Arthur, of Green
vill, and W. A. Peden, of Chester, to bo
The annual meeting of iiio Benevo?
lent Society will bo held in tho Washing?
ton Street Chapel ou Tuesday afternoon,
31st, at 1 o'clock.
A lamp and towel wero stolen on
Saturday night from a physician's office,
and on Wednesday night a stable was
surreptitiously entered and a uew s.iddio
aud bridle abstracted, tho rascal drop?
ping tho blanket as he climbed through
where a board was missiug.
At last a cure is found for cold in tho
head. Dr. Poillon, a Frouch physician,
says it cm be cured by inhaling harts?
horn. The inhalation by the nose
should b>' seven or eight times in five
There M no more arrant hypocrite
than that mau who picks all of what he
calls the "nasty" things from a tiers
paper, aud goes howling about that such
a paper is unfit to be read. It is notice?
able that //'.* always linds these thiugs,
may they bo stowed away in ever so ob?
scure ii comer, and he always advertises
them and points them out and explains
when ho finds anybody that draws un in?
ference different from his. It would bo
interesting to know how this class of
persons ma ungo about their Bibles.
An advertisement in another column
gives some particulars relativo to tho
Carol ina National Batik. The ''savings"
feature is a matter of consequence.
Au excellent opportunity ia now
offered for an individual who is ac?
quainted with tho business to secure a
stock of clothing and a good stand, at a
low rate. Seo card of Mr. Hoke.
RELHIIOUK SERVICES THIS DAY.-Tri?
nity Church-Rev. P. J. Shaud, Rector,
10'.; A. M. and 4 P. M.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. Francis Ja
quemet, 1st Mass 7 A. M. ; 2d Mass 10,'.<;
Afternoon Service 1 P. M.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Bogga, 10!.J A. M. and 7.?,, P. M.
Lutheran Church-Rev. A. R. Rude,
10',i A. M.
Washington Streot Church-Rev. M.
Brown, ?O'.? A. M.; Rov. W. W. Mood,
3;.i P. M. '
Marion Street Church-Rov. W. W.
Mood, lO's A. M.; Rev. Manning
Brown, 7>.f P. M. Seats free.
Baptist Church-Rov. J. T. MoBrydo,
10L? A. M.
SAUBATH APPOINTMENTS FROM CON?
FERENCE A. M. E. CHURCH-BETH Rn A.
M. E. CHURCH.-ll o'clock A. M.,
Bishop Shorter; 3 o'clock P. M., Rev.
H. J. Young; 7 o'clock P. M., Rov. B.
M. E. CHURCH.-Rev. Burkelv, pas?
tor, ll o'clock A. M., Rev. H. D.
Edwards; 3 o'clock P. M., Rov. W. II.
Brown; 7 o'clock P. M., Rov. S. H. Jef?
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH-Rev. John?
son, pastor, ll o'clock A. M., Rev.
James Hill; 3 o'clock P. M., Rev. Isaac
Cook; 7 o'clock P. M., Rev. A. T. Carr.
GLENDALE MISSION-ll o'clock A. M.,
Rev. Paul W. Jefferson; 2 o'clock P. M.,
Rov. H. Young.
PENITENTIARY- lOj.j o'clock A. M.,
Rev. J. T. Baker; Rev. John Graham.
REDUCTION OF RAILROAD FARE.-A
convention of general ticket agouts has
been held in Atlanta. Beforo adjourn?
ing, tho representatives of tho several i
railroads present adopted a now rate of
faro betwoon New York and Now Or?
leans, which reduces tho rate from 855
Horan A?mVATjS, January 28.-Co
lamb?a Hotel-B. R. Riordan, W. H.
Evano, J. 8. Brow ni UK. Charleston; F.
Elder, WinhBboro; J. 8. Ryani Charles?
ton; G. W. DeHaven, Thos. P. Ford,
Ii. McOae, Giraos Company; Allen 0.
Izard, A. B. Rose, T. D. Jervey, J. B.
Hey ward, Jr., W. T. Hey ward, 8. G.; G.
Utly, Charlotte; A. H. Davego, E. H.
Mod are. Chester; O. D. Nathans, N.
Y. ; A. R. lia wren eo, Saratoga; B. D.
Wushburne, Boston; J. S. Hannah, Bal?
timore; P. T. Morey, Charleston; E. H.
Brooks, Augn8ta; W. W. McMahon,
Philadelphia; J. W. Price, J. Hopkins,
Baltimore; R. C. Gillam, Pickens.
Nickerson House-Isaac Markies, N.
Montgomery, New York; T. W. Ball,
F. M. Eliott, Baltimore; Pendleton,
S. B. R. lt.; William Perry, Pendleton;
A. Nockman, Charleston; Mrs. N. Crook
and child, Miss Mattie Crook, Alexan?
dria; J. A. Winton, Agent Pilgrim's
Progress; P. Coonan, Charlotte; A. W.
Blackburn, John Bailoy, Davi County;
Fred D. Bush, Whitmires; J. H. Per?
IJIBT OP NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
S. W. Irwin-Rooms to Rent.
E. H. Heinitsh-Fertilizing Material.
C. F. Jackson-At and Less than Cost
Sleeting Pheonix Hook and Ladder Co
Jacob Levin-Sales Real Estate, &o.
J. P. Thomas-Residence for Sale.
D. C. Pcixotto & Soo-Building Lots.
Campbell &? Jones-Dissolution.
Mike Hoko-Selling Off.
Carolina National Bank.
Extra Convocation Columbia Chapter.
Von can obtain the best of Cigare, Chewing
and Smoking Tobacco, Pipes, etc., at tbo sign
of the Indian Girl, Columbia Hotel Bow. Jil
Kuowledgo ii like coin-its circulation in
uot restricted to any partionlar class. The
knowledge of a curativo can only be obtained
by a practical test, and thousands who have
essayed that unite in commending tho OLD
CAROLINA BITTERS. J 29 f3
"It's mity ruins," said Mrs. Partington to
Ike, wiuie reading about tho impending war
iu Europe, "that the Hollorhorn creates such
an ado in Yurrup, when it's sieh a common
disease among tho cattle in Amer.ky." The
old lady, having delivered herself of the
above, took a dose of LITPHAN'S GREAT GEE
MAS BITTERS to cheor her depressed spirits,
and resumed hoi kuituug.
Lippman's Bitters aro for sale by all dreg
giste and dealers. Dopot in Columbia, fl. C.,
at GEIUI.II A MCUUROOR'S, Druggists. S 18
As a Tonie, the OLD CAROLINA BITTERS have
no equal. J 29 |3
Pur Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumption,
in its early stages, nothing equals Dr. Pierce's
Alt. Ext. or Golden Medical Discovery. It ia
also a great blood purifier and strength re?
storer or tonie, and tor "Liver Complaint" and
costive conditions of the Bowels, it has ho
??qu?l. All Scrofulous and Akin Diseases,'as
Pimples, Blotches. Kult Rheum, Erysipelas
and Eruptions, yield to its wonderful curative
properties. Sold by druggists. J 291ilf3
No one having made a trial of tho Ol.n CA?
ROLIN* BITTERS will deDy tho efficacy of its
win kings. J 29 t3
Tho Young Men's Christian Association
commence this new year with a determination
tu push forward with /.eal tho work which is
set for them tn do. In view of this, the fol?
lowing committees have boen appointed:
To PROVIDE FOR TUE POOR.-C. D. Stanley,
Chairman; E. P. Alexander, E. Stenhouse, V?.
C. Fisher, W. H. Snuier, T. P. Purse.
To PROVIDE FOR IOCKO MEN COMINO TO THE
CITY TO RESIDE.-Dr. D. L. Boozer, Chairman;
John Bryco, Georgo Bruns.
Persons knowing of any cases to bo acted
on by them, will jilease report BUCh to tho
Chairman or anv member of the committee.
C. J. IREDELL, President.
DISSOLUTION-Tho copartnership here?
tofore existing between James S. Camp?
bell and W. W. .Ionen, uiidor tho name of
CAMPBELL it JONES was dissolved by its
own limitation on tho first dav of January,
Tho subscriber begs to inform bia old cus?
tomers and tho public, that he will continu?
tho business at thc same place, and would
earnestly request those indebted to the late
Arin to cull and settloand Bavo cost, and those
having claims against them, to present them
to him for settlement.
Jan 29 JAMES 8. CAMPBELL.
Rfc)MOY AL, - UEOUUE HUGGINti nae re
moved tho office of his '-Insurance
Agency" tn Mr. VV. J. DUFFIE'S now store, op
posito tho Columbia Hotel. Jan 27 +2
VJ"OTlt'E-Having had granted to me
J3( hitters of administration unon the
estate of William A. Wright, late of Columbia,
dooen sod: AU persons indebted to the estate
are required to make immediate payment to
me; and all persons having claims against the
said estate will present them, duly attested,
to mo, at tho Nickerson Houso, or to my
Attorneys, Messrs. Pope &, Haskell, at their
Law Onice, Richardson street, Columbia, S.
C., for oallv payment.
SARAH Ii. WRIGHT,
Jan 25-f 13 Administiatrix._
AVOlo Q,U-YCIts."-A victim "of oafly in?
discretion, causing nervous debility, pro
maturo decay, Ac, having tried in vain every
advertised remedy, has a simple moans of
self-cure, which he will send free to hie fellow
stitTereiH. Addross J. H. TUTTLE, 78 Nassau
street. Now York. Doo 23 tGmo
COTTON 8KKD Ol I. CAKES can be bad
at all timos, anti in any quantity, of
Jun 21 _E. HOJPE^
NOTICB.-Au election for ono A?St?ldTANT
POLICEM>N will bo held at regular
meeting o? Citv Council, 1UE8DAY, February
7, 1871. Applications must bo filed with un?
dersigned prior to said dato. By ordor of
Council. WM. J. E TT Eli, 1
jau 28 Clerk of Council.
Non v ic- rb o undortignod have formed a
Co-partnership, and will be known a*
E. W. SE?BELS ?e. CO. Thov repreeont some
of tho best FI HF. and UFE INSURANCE
COMPANIES in tho United States.
Wo proposo to bo general Laud Agents,,and
will sell or purchase Real Estato anywhere in
South Carolina, especially in Columbia. Wo
will prosocuto claims before tho Legislature,
and tho renewal of lost bonds or other papers.
Persons wishing to sell or buy Real Estate
will do well to communicate with us at Colum?
bia. Wo have several handsome places for
salo. Office at Mike Iloko's Clothing Store.
E. W. HEIBELS,
Dec 2 J. B. EZELL._
NOTl'JK,-All indebted to the undersigned
by Note, Lien, Book Account, or other?
wise, will make settlement of tho sumo before
tho FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY next and
save coats. E. * G. D. HOPE.
Jan G EDWARD HOPE.
SPicea AL? ?TTKNi'io?i Riven to tho col?
lection of Commercial Paper, Interest
un Slate and Railroad Bonds and Stooks, and
?ouvoridon of Statu Securities, by
Nov 23 Hmo D GAMBIULL, Broker.
Lb BANK HI 1.1.S anet H?IT?LATE?
CURR.ICNCY bought and sold by
Nov 23 Gmo D. GAMBRILL, Broker.