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COLUMBIjg 8. "C.
Friday Morning. October 13. 1871. .
Ttl? Spnmloti Situation.
The oh arming entente cordiale that
reigned lately between the King of
Spain and his people Beems to have come
to a sudden close. Only in the last few
weeks we were entertained every day
with lengthy cable despatches describing
tho enthusiastic welcome Amudoo had
mot with on LIB journey through Spain;
how tho Spanish dona had cheered him,
and everything seemed to breatbo an
atmosphere of roses. Tho amnesty for
all political offences seemed to exert a
most favorable influence on the diff?rent
political parties of Spain, and a large
numbor of tho Garlist leaders were even
induced to give up their old predilec?
tions, and by frankly joining the causo
of the new dynasty opon an era of
peace and prosperity for their distracted
country. In short, the dynasty of Sa?
voy, contrary to our expectations,
seemed to have gained a firm foot-hold
in Spain. Bat it appears not. A dis?
tressing ministerial crisis has taken
place, the cabinet resignod in a body,
and tho King had some difficulty in
forming uuuther. The ministry of
Zo ri ll a, whioh had just resigned, was,
indeed, not composed of men in whose
genius the people reposed entire con ii -
dence; no Richelieu or Bismarck was at
its head, but it was at least guided by a
spirit of honesty and patriotism, snob
as has animated of late few Spanish
Cabinets, and, in consequence, it pos?
sessed, in a great measure, the good will'
of the people, and its resignation will do
the King a great deal of damage. This
resignation,'given with a great deni of
ostentation in a. body to. the'Spanish'
<Jortes, has caused an immense excr??
ment In Spain, and some of the truest
friends of the King , implor? him1 to re?
call Zorilla and bia Cabinet, aa the atti?
tude of tba people in the capital add .the
?provinces is becoming moro formidable
every day. This the King reiuuea to
do, and he has, after vainly calling on
Espartero to-for.m a,Cabinet, intrusted
the tusk to Admiral Maloombe, who bas
already selected his colleagues. Bot no?
body expects the now Cabinet to have
stability. If matters had not looked so
?bad the old fox Espartero would surely
not have hesitated to tuke charge of the
holm of State, particularly as this re?
fusal follows right on the track of the
declarations of loyalty and everlasting
devotion "he made but lately to King
It would bo very bard to give a satis?
factory explanation of this sudden crisis,
in view of the exceedingly muddled
character of tho cable despatches; but
we should not be surprised if the finan?
cial diflloulties. of the t country had
brought about this collapse. The state
of Spain for the last fifty years has been
snob as to destroy its prosperity tho?
roughly. At the dethronement of Isa?
bella the country was oomplotely insolv?
ent, and that three years of internal
struggles and constant strife have not
improved its financial situation is very
evident. Daring the preceding months
we noticed in the Spanish official press
hints that the revenues of the country
were notsaffioiont to defray the expenses,
and a new tax.system was proposed. Tt
ia very likely that the difficulty this pro?
ject met with brought about the crisis,
for even' if the Spaniards oheer Amadeo,
they will be little inclined to tolerate
him if he should prove more expensive
than Isabella. They chased her away on
account of her extravagance, although
she was a Spaniard; how mnoh less
would they tolerate euch an offen?e in a
THE PIOUS Sooxsl-The1 Radical press
? North is horribly shocked at the idea of
Democratic peculation'. and fraud in the
city government of New York, and yet
we have yet to hear tbo first word of
.complaint' against the Radical thieves
who aro robbing the Federal Govern?
ment annually of many hundred mil?
lions, and in overy State and Territory
of the 'Union 1 The heinousness of
theft, in their eyes, depends altogether
whether the money goes into their
pockets o? into tho pockets of other
people. The 'Democrats of New York,
in their recent State convention,.' de?
nounced all Democrats engaged in these
frands aa "unworthy our (their) counte?
nance or toleration," and declared they
"woola look with satisfaction opon the
punishment of all. apon whom guilt can
be fixed." When did a Radical conven?
tion ever fi pe ak th tia of Radical thieves?
??. 1 ?'. V?> > I ' -JJ
Wo learn : from tho Raleigh Sentinel
that a warranthns.beou. issued for the
arrest of United States Marshal Carrow
and bis doputy, Rosher, for tho illegal
arrest and imprisonment,of eight ojti
zetis of thin State. The trial is progress:
Mr. Jefferson Davis, it is sud, wjll
soon take np his residence permanently
. in Baltimore. " i : .; i N 0
..- ..*..?. ? >t r?iu? . I) pu ?Wal i .>.!.(?
' THE SUFFERING) AT THE WEST.-Com?
menting on the terrible disasters io tho
West, daring tho past few weeks, the
Augusta Chronicle say's: | |
Tho telegrams of yesterday inform us
thal ut''length the devouring element,
whiou ut ono timo promised to oonsume
the greatest . city of the West, ua? been
subdued-not by human effort, bat
through the merciful interposition of the
rain of Heaven. Tho''destruction of
property han been imm?oBe. Repeated
telegraphic . message s do not. abate tho
estimate- of human suffering. IOU, (IOU
people' homeless" and fiOusuIessI The
great heart of this Western giant almost
utterly consumed. Thousands in a day
who were in umueuce reduced to waut,
and muny thousands .who, iu the buttlo
of life, hud stored up for the wants of
old age their hard-wrought earnings,
have found them all ?wept from thom ns
with the besom of destruction in a night.
Tba calamity at Chicago is made more
appalling in the destruotion which pre?
ceded it iu tbat area of country which is
largely tributary to it. A terrible drouth
bus prevailed generally throughout thu
North-west, and bas been particularly
severn in parts of Indiana, Illinois, Min?
nesota and Wisconsin. The diout? hus
been unparalleled. The Green Ruy
(Wis.) Advocate, in ohronioliug un ap?
palling uatalogne of tbed?eds of the fire
fiend, says': "We have been for three
months almost without rain. Hinco the
8th of July last, when wo had a heavy
shower in tbe night, rain has fallen but
ouce (the night of September 5th) iu
sufficient quantities to lay the dust."
I Did oar limits permit, it would be but
repetition without variableness oruhadow
of turning, to recount this history of
disasters. Mills, bouses, barns, fences,
fuel, hay-property of all kinds-wei?
swallowed up by tbe insatiate elemeut.
Families by the hundreds were driven
from their burning homesteads, to make
their way au best they could, with what
ever they oould save of their stuck and
household goods, to places, of refuge.
The, creeks, wells and springs dried up,
leaving no resource to stay the advancing
flames, 'save digging ditches:' The crop?
in ' tho soil-potatoes, turuips. &c.-ar?
destroyed. The forests are inaccessible
by reasou of flame, heat and smoke ; und,
therefore, "nothingeau bo ??timatud ex?
cept from tho effects of tho fire neur the
settlements, where it penetrated the
parched ground from one to- two feet,
and destroyed the life of tho trees."
But this picture of tho ooautry is re?
peated with more or less severity iu the
large area covered by the parts of tnt
States enumerated. The suffering which
ensues from these great calamities, ter?
minating in the grand catastrophe al
Chicago, is unutterable. Language- ii
beggared by any attempt to fiad expr?s*
sion for it, or to number its pulsations
But there are those among UB to wbua
this picture will recall terrible memories
Thoso who witnessed or endured, it
Sherman's marah from the mountains o
Georgia to the sea Southward, and fro ?
the sea Northward to tbe plains of Nor ti
Carolina, will recall vividly snub a pto
turo cf desolation, and ?keir houris wii
throb in responsive sympathy with tin
unfortunate victims. We well remembe
that memorable night wbeu, upon Roi
ling's Inland, in the Cougaree, where
having found concealment from Kilpat
rick'? cavalry, we witnessed, ut tue dis
tance of fifteen miles, the lambent flame;
reaching high up from the horizon, ob
scaring the stars with lurid glare, um
from their topmost reach blending inti
heavy rolling volumes of dark clouds
the passing away of Columbia, the one
beautiful oupitat of the Palmetto State
while, at our feet, seated upon the tut
temd cushion of an ambulance and re
dining against tue trunk of a swami
oak, a tender mother and wile of a Cou
federate officer, a fugitive, watched al
night tbe last straggles of ber dying ia
faut; and we well remember that w
journeyed from dawn to mid-day on tb
morning of the next day, through bl-mk
ened nod burning forests, and by tb
trail of white ashes which marked tb
fenceless fields, guided by the tall, rei
obimneys which stood Uko sentinels ove
tbe smouldering ruins of once bright am
We tender to the unfortunate victim
of this great calamity in tbe West sor
rowful sympathy. It is all that we o.n
spare to give.
AN IMFOSTOR-HAND HIM AROUND ANJ
WATOH HIM -We copy tho followiu,
from tbe Charlotte Observer:
GREENBBOHO, N. C., Ootober 4, 1871.
To Masters of Masonic L?dges: A mai
by the mime of Keele, of medium size
red face, black hair, wears moustaob
and whiskers on chin, about thirty year
'old, claiming to bail from Whitosbur,
Lodge, No. 295, Letohei- County, KHU
tucky, bas visited Danville and Greens?
boro, asking charity, and after receiviu,
it drank in a bar-room with negro ea
playing billiards and exhibiting money
showing tbat he was not in needy cit
enmstanoes. Look oat for him.
H. A. SNOW.
I will add tbat I was oalled on to-da
by tbe said Keele and requested to loai
him ton dollars, whiob I refused. H
reoeived money in Salisbury. It appeal
that wherever he goes be tries to in
pose npon the fraternity. All papei
friendly to tbe cause of troth aud jin
tice will please publish.
E. H. WHITE, W. M.,
Phalanx Lodge No. 31, Charlotte, N. C
It is stated thut there is hardly a ma
In Corsica wbo would not gladly give bi
last drop of blood for tbe advaueemet
'of any person bearing tbe name of Bc
?aparte Tbe CorsiusUR still roveronc
tbe name of tbe first Napoleon, wboi
they speak of UH "oar God like fellow
countryman, and t lie greatest of all Co.
? DAILY, on TRI WEEKLY.-Tl
Greenville Mountaineer is hesitating win
theV to sturt a daily or tri-weekly pape;
We thiuk you hud better continue i
jri(a)weekly.-Hurry News. ,
AI-RAID TO SHEW HIMS KU'.-Tho fol'
lowing card appears in the Columbia
Onion, of y tater day:
OUOBAW, 8. O., Sep. 14. 1871.
Mr. L. C. Carpenter, Editor Daily Union,]
? DBMI Sin: Wo have to-day soen a
copy of your.paper,-of the 21st pf Joly
laet, in which wo notice a oommanfoation
signed "Gil," and dated "Chesterfield
Connty, 8. O., July 17, 1871."
Wo do not propose to notion tho many
fiitae statements contained in that article,
for there is ; scarqely a' word of truth in
the whole of it; but (hero is ono state?
ment which, ns good citizens, having the
welfare of the who lo commuai ty at heart,
wo desiro to notice, uud that is this;
"The murderers of this (tho Melton)
family, are kuown hero to every Demo
orat and mauy Republicans." Now, we
pronounce tin? statement utterly and
unqualifiedly falso, for wo aro all De mo?
omin, aud nono of us know anything
whatever us to who were the murderers
nf the Meltons, and we are all well satis?
fied that the statement is n gross libel not
ouly upon "every Demoarat," but also
upon "many Republicans" of this Coun?
Oar main object, however, is to learn
from you who the author of this cum
muuicutiou is, iu order that we may
huve him bound over to testify nt the
next term of thu Court of Sessions, ia
regard to this subject, about which he
seems to know eo much, so thnt the au?
thors of this horrible tragedy may bo
brought to trial.
W. L. T. PRINCE.
P. F. SPOFFORD.
A. M. LOWRY.
G. W. DUVALL.
The Union sliuks out of it us follows:
As our correspondent did uot in uny
way make his communication personal,
we shall, most deoidodly, refuse to dis?
close his prime. If these gentlemen de?
si-o his testimony, wheo (he proper
time comes, wu will venture to uuswer
for his ^appearance. Whether Iiis
charges were true will soon bo known,
and in such a way as thora will bu uo
disputing .the facts. Light is dawning,
of which these gentlemen lutin droam.
We leam from the Meridian (Miss.)
Gazette that a tuan kilted, his wifo nnd
father in-law at ono shot, at York ?Sta?
tion, ou tho Selmu Railroad. Tho mou?
nter's uame is John Ourreuee. Ho caine
to York Station and sccared employment
us depot watchman-gained the conti
denen of the people and married the
daughter of au estimable citizen, Mr.
John Hali; got ont of employment, bc
oome dissipated uud got iuto sovorul
rows. A short time ago he rode off a
horse of his father-in-law, who was sup?
porting him, and remained away a day
und hight, which led to some short words
between them. Went homo drunk on
tho evening of the '23th of September,
armed with a pistol and a double-barreled
Hhot-gnu. Mr. Hall und Mrs. Curreueo
were ut the supper table. A quarrel
ensued between tho two men, Ctirrenco
walking' out into the yard, just us Hall
uroKO. and got his gnu. The daughter
i-eized her father to detain him; uud
while she was holding him, Gurronce,
from a distance of about thirty paces,
tired ono barrel nt them, killing both.
THE CASE OF THE REV. M. D. WOOD.
We leam from our recent Atlanta ex
changes that this case came up before
Judge Hopkins, ou Tuesday, the 3d in?
stitut', ou a motion for new trial, nod,
after henriug the argument of couusel,
the motion wus refused, and the defend?
ant was sentenced to twenty years' im?
prisonment in the penitentiary. This
is the maximum punishment for seduc?
tion nuder the Georgia code. Judge
Hopkins must,.therefore, not ouly huve
been satisfied of the guilt of the defend?
ant, but must bave regarded it as a most
Aggravated ease of moral depravity. We
learn, further, that the Atlanta Presby?
tery, of which Mr. Wood was a member,
convened at his church in Decatur, ou
the 29th ultimo, aud, by their soutence,
deposed him from the ministry and sus?
pended him from the church.
GOLDEN WORDS -The Selma Times
tells the following golden words:
"lu the success of the Democracy, wo
see u bright future for our country; in
tho defeat, we see robbery, violence and
oppression. If we are united, wo will
win; if we aro discordant, defeat is ine?
vitable, and hence we ure for harmony
at uuy cost that does not muka us de?
grade ourselves, or do things which
cansen us to forfeit our self-respect. We
have too much at stake now, as a peo?
ple, to listen to counsel winch, while it
"errs on virtue's side," in our opinion,
is nevertheless destined to injure us os a
party, and calculated to embarrass the
action of those men. who, wbother our
friends or not, are certainly battling for
our rights, as States, as they make war
iipoo the present corrupt administration
of our Government.
WHO CAN BEAT THIS?-In one day,
last week, Mr. R. G. W. Grissett and his
neighbor Jone? killed in a lake near bis
house, thirty-five uligutors; the next day,
returning to the natue place, ho aud his
son Korney killed ten more, making
forty five in ali. These amphibious mu?
tuals ranged in length from two and a
half to eight feet.
Last week Mr. R. G. W. Grissett aud
his neighbors killed a fine book, weigh?
ing 121 pounds nett.-Harry NOIDH.
One of the lending Ridioals who at?
tended the Graut bruuklust at 'Louisville,
remarked in a louder tone than he was
aware of, that "Gruutwasa cussed fool."
The President. heard it, but uot being
used to speaking iu public, failed to re?
spond.-Detroit Fr?e Frese.
"I wotid.-r what makes my eyes so
Weak?" said a fop, to a physician.
"They're in n weak place," was the un?
TH H SQUABBLE OVER THE UNITED
STATES MARSHAL?UII\-The Washington
Star, ot Monday, says:
Congressman Elliott, of Sooth Caroli?
na, saw the President, on Saturday, to
urge the removal of United States Mar?
shal Johnson. Tho President will not
make any change until after a conference
with Senator Sawyer. Ex-Congressman
H?ge is a caodidute for the marshalship,
A Washington letter, of Monday, to
the Bal ti m oro Gazette Bays:
Seuator Suwyer called upon tho Presi?
dent, to-day, to meet tho charges made
against Johnson, marshal of South Ca?
rolina. Hu showed that whilst tho fac?
tion that is Becking the removal of John?
son were ohargiug him with alleged
sympathy with the Ku Klux, the unu?
sual was, at that very momeut, deliver?
ing a number of the Ku Klux over to
tbe custody of the court at Columbia,
and, us sbowu by a press tulogram, bud
gone to arrest others. That instead of
coming beru and neglecting bis business
to beg ii eon ti n ii au ce in o 111 ce, ho was
faithfully discharging the duties of hin
ellice. How much the President will be
affected by this statement of Senator
Sawyer remuius to be Been, but the
other faotion of Radicals, demanding
tbe appointment of Hogo in pince of
Johnson, are ooufident of success. The
Radicals uro now divided among them?
selves over the Federal official patronage.
THREATS.-Stung by our complete nud
repeated exposures of its raw-head-aud
bloody-bones stories, tho Columbia
Union, in a paroxysm of impotent rage,
hurls the auuthema of disloyalty st the
Charleston Newa, uud threutens tis with
tho dire pains and penalties of tho Ku
Klux Aut. Our inventive contemporary
should keep cool, lt must kuow that ail
the combined powers of a .1 migo Rond,
a Governor Scott and a President Grant,
great as these may be, cannot purge its
columns of the disgrace of systematic
nud malicious misrepresentation of H a
bravo and law-abiding people. Nor is
the timo yet come when the bayonet is
tho censor of honest journalism. If
ever, aud anywhere, a free and out?
spoken press was a great public ueees
sity. South Carolina is the place, aud
this is the time. A press that eau
neither bu bullied nor bribed is tho lust
remaining check upon the otherwise un?
bridled rascality of our rulers. The
Union is wastiug its loyul "warnings."
If its falsifications wero but half as
harmless as its threats, wo should never
have been at tbe trouble of- exposing
them. - Charleston News.
PROCEEDINGS AGAINST AIR-LINK RAIL?
ROAD.-Wo leurn from the Anderson In?
telligencer tbat tba suit against the Air
Railroud to forfeit charter bas been
commeuced. Tho alleged grounds of
forfeiture of charter arise from tho loca?
tion of the route-not touching certain
points perhaps named in said Charter.
General S. McGowan and Hon. A.. Burt
appeared for tho town and County of
Andnrson, and Hou. I). T. Corbin on
behalf of the railroad. Tho case came
np oh a pet?iou by tho Attorney-Gene?
ral for permission to bring :\u action
against the Air-Line Railroad Company
iu South Carolina to forfeit their charter
for various reasons, but principally for
their persistent refusal to locate their
road to some point ou the Savan?
nah River hy Andersou C. H. After
argument, Judge Orr grunted the uio
tiou to institute proceedings.
A CHARLESTON GIRL AT NIULO'S -
The New York correspondent of the
Charleston News irrites:
Niblo's Garden is preparing for a re?
vival of the "Rieck Crook," which is to
be dono with all "original splendor,"
and more too. A new beauty bus been
imported from London to play "Stn
laota," and Paris is tn contributo thirty
two new dancers. Tho star of tbe bal?
let, however, is to be MadamoiHeile
Sassi, from the Covent Garden Italiau
Opera, at a salary of 80,000 per month.
Sassi, or Sessi, as some of the accounts
call her, is announced as a native of
Charleston, South Carolina. Who knows
her? Which Charleston dancing master
was it that taught, tho first step to this
Charleston giri, who earns $72,000 per
VISIT TQ KINO'S MOUNTAIN.-In ac?
cordance with a time'honored custom,
the cadets of the King's Mountain Mili?
tary School, accompanied by tbe princi?
pal and professors of the institution,
paid a visit on Tuesday to tho battle?
ground of Kiug's Mountain. Last Sa?
turday was the ninety-first anniversary
of the victory gained over tbe British
under Ferguson, by the rebel militia of
South Carolina, wh:ob success being fol?
lowed by the achievement i of rebel
prowess at Guilford Court House, cul?
minated in the surrender of Cornwallis,
at Yorktown, and the establishment of
the "best government the world ever
Tbe visitors wont propared to "camp
ont" for the week, and we doubt uot
tbey will retnrn to their duties much re?
freshed and invigorated by the excur?
sion.- Vorkoille Enquirer.
O RONER'S INQUEST -Ou Sunday
morning lust, Coroner Fuyssunx, at tbe
instance of tbe slop father of tho do?
oen sud woman, was called upon lo bold
au inquest over tbe dead budy of June
Brown, a uegro woman who was found
dead iu her house on the plantation of
Lawson Junkius, five mites North-west
of towu. Almut 0 o'clock iu the fore?
noon of Saturday, the deceased wua
found lying on thu hearth, dead, mid
her faun uud timid* badly burned. Tbo
fuels elicited were to the offrait thal shu
natue to ber death by hemorrhage of Ibo
liiugH, and Iroui exhaustion fell from lr r
chair into thu fire. The verdict of the
jury was iu accordance with these facts,
[ Vorkoille Enquirer.
Tho Newberu Republican heads a
column '-Our St) off-Hi Ot," mid. yet. it
"take* a dip" from all of ils ueigbbors.
GIVE TEEM A HEARTY WELCOME.-300
persons will leave Indianapolis, Indiana,
oa the 28th of October, instant, for tbe
par poso of seeing;;for themselves. Ghat*
tanooga, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbia and
Greensboro, are the points on the route.
50,000 acres ' of land' aro( wanted, on
whioh to settle a colony. We have the
land and some experience with our many
Gorman friends among os. Invite these
Western people to visit Walhalla, and
Rive them u cordial welcome. With the
Blue Ridgo ond Air-Line Railways,, we
will bo in communication with all qnnr
tors of tho world, and should profit by
our superior natural aud acquired facili?
ties for improvement and prosperity.
I Keowee Courier.
A despatch, dated Raleigh, N. 0., Gth
instant, to the Washington Chronicle,
says: "Hon. Josiah Turner, Jr., editor
of tho Sentinel, of this city, was arrested
here, to-day, charged with a conspiracy
to injure the United Sautes Marshal, on
account of the lawful discharge of the
duties of his office. Ile hud u heariug
before United States Commissioner
Shaffer, and was held to bail in tho sum
of $2,500 for his appearance nt the No?
vember term of court."
A WHITE DEER.-Mr. J. W. Compton
writes tho Now Orleans Picayune, from
Wiuufield, Winn Parish, Lu., that he
captured, in May last, a doer that is
white all over, with white hoofs, aud
eyes tho color of glass.
Savannah, Ga., is talking about en?
larging her boundaries by six additional
squaro miles, which will moke her entite
area about ton nnd a half square miles.
An exchange wishing to speak of the
"Lost Heir," was surprised to seo that
tho compositor made it thu ' Lott Hen."
Money to Loan.
<fi?Kf\ Al WI TO LOAN, on approved
ipOU^UUv/ collaterals. Gold and oil
v. r lum;;nt and suhl, und thouBual accommo?
dation? uf a ? otu i al flanking line incus ex?
tended JOHN O. ?. 8.UITH,
Oct 13 \? _A?ni?tant Cannier.
Aetna Fire Insurance Company,
COLUMBIA, H. C., Oct. 12,1871.
The folio wini; telegrama wero receded by
mo thia morning. GEO. IIUGG??S.
?ETNA INSURANCE COMP'V, HAUTFOUD, CONN.,
Ootohor 12, 1871.
G-'eo. Huggins, Esq., Agent, Columbia, S. C.
DEAR SIR: Loaaoa at Chicago lena than
$2,000,000. Will ha promptly paid, loaving
capital and surplus o vor $1 000,000. ?
L. J. HEN DEE, fremden t.
Imperial Fire Insurance Company,
NEW Yonx, Ootoher 10,1871.
fir'eo. Huggins, Esq., Agent, Columbia, 3. C.
Di:AK Sin: In tho event of inquiries hoing
mado aa to our liahilitioa tinder the recent
disastrous conflagration in Chicago, we heg
to inform you that tho Company withdiew
f'om tho BtP.to of Illinois shout two years
since, au that, at thc time of tim Uro, tho
auionnt nf thu Company's risks in tho entire
city was comparatively light. Our losses will
ho promptly pa'.d aa auou aa adjusted. Yours
truly, E. W. CUB WELL,
Oct 13 1 Resilient Manager.
Mules and Horses,
J??? JUST received, a car-load _
"MBA of finn MU LEM and HOUSES, ^4$^
^^^J^l'urohaaora will call at Lo- Jn^Of?
uau's .-nahlea, on Senate street. ?! 71
Oct 13 3 W. 8 A J. M. TALBOTT
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Ware- Gooda suited fur bridal, holiday and
nt lier presentations.
Impairing in all branches, hy the bout work?
men and at reasonable rates.
Oct 13 Colmnpia Hotel How.
Georgia Lime and Fertilizer Company
OFFER their SHELL LIME to tho planting
public in full coutldouce in ita excellence
It waa extensively unod tho vast season on
Wheat, Corn and Cotton, and has given entire
satisfaction, aa in shown by a numhor ot
certificates from Bomo of tho best planters in
Georgia and South Carolina.
Our price? for Fertilizing. orX Lime, ie $15
fior tun easli, put un in oaaka or ban ein, de?
ivered in tho city of Angosta ur at any land?
ina on the Savannah Uiver. Tho price of our
XXX. or Mason's Limo, ia (2 per barrel, de?
livered aa above.
Wo aro agents for tho celebrated "Stonewall
Cottou Fertilizer" and "Puro English Dis?
solved Bone," which we receive direct from
England, and can offer to tbe public at re?
duced price*. COLES, SIGEB & CO.,
No. ll McIntosh street. AugnUa, Ga.
Agent l nos B. CLARKSON, Columbia, S. O.
Ou tl 3_Gmo
". A LOT of fine Kentucky
?n. MULES and HOUSES, just ar-r/??f
Waived. Call at /fTl
mimi! DALY'S STABLE?,
? >ut 7 On Assembly atreot.__
The South Carolina Club.
THE annual ball nf tho South Carolina
?Chib will bo given on V HU UH DAY EVEN
INO, November 9, 1871, at Irwlu'a Hall,
'nlumhia, 8 O.
mo annu li meeting nf tho Club will he bold
in Columbia nu Novemte r 10, lb71.
By order hxooutiv? t'ommitieo
vvM T. ? I HY; Preddoni.
Onioial: Ti. E VM.ISON Ja . H?orotary.
tx*- in arl ene n CmritT and JVeuw ciipy throo
tim * a we. k in dally._ Oct 7 HS
I-Tpr BUSHELS choice BED SEED WHEAT,
/Ufr saie by E. aol'E.
PHCHNTXIANA.-The price of singl?
sopi?s of the PHOENIX is Qve cents.
Mr. George Huggins, agent of the
/Etna, and Imperial Insurance Coropa
nies, . publishes a card, tb is morning,
stating the condition of these reliable
aompanies after receiving returns from
Chieugo. . ..?...'
"Soap punch" is'the latest novelty nt,
a fasbionable saloon in thfB city.
Tbe PHONIX o'fllce is supplied with all
necessary material for as baudsome cards,
bill beads, posters, pamphlets, hand-bill?,
circulars, aud otber printing tbat maybe
desired, as any office in tbe South. Give
us a call and test our work.
Mon, it is said, muBt love either women
Tbe grand single number lottery,
which was to have taken place yesterday,
was postponed to Saturday, on account
of u failure to receive returns from the
sale of tickets in the up-country.
White lace veils, dotted with blacky
Mr. T. B. Clarkson-whose office is
immediately opposite tbe PBONIX estab?
lishment-advertises several highly po?
pular brands of fertilizers-native as
well as foreign. For particulars, see
We are reliably informed that among
tho heavy losers iu Chiaago is General
William Tecumseh Sherman. Retribu?
The thermometer at the Pollock House
rated as follows, yesterday: 7 A. M., 57;
12 M., 62; 2 P. M., 63; 7 P. M., 62.
Auburn hair-pins, to match that hne,
ure the latest crimp, .
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-Tho Northern
mail opens at 8.OU P. M.; doses 7.15
A. M. Charleston day mail opens 4.(10
P. M.; closes 6.00 A. M. Charleston'
night mail opens 6.30 A. M.; closes 6.00
P. M. Greeuville mail opens 6.45 P..
M.; closes 6.00 A. M. Western mail
opens 9.00 A. M.; closes 1.80 P. M. On*
Sunday office open from 3 to 4 P. M..
HOTRL ARRIVALS, October 12.
Columbia Hotel-L. Potsdamer, H. Pl
Tuohmauu, Philadelphia; W. A. Brad?
ley, P. W. Brown, J. H. Averill, Augus?
ta; W. W. Smith, N. O.; V. L. Jordan,
J. S. Hook, Camden; C. P. Earvin,
Maoniug; ii. M. Drano, Wilmington; L
Koon tree, Barnwell ; A Force, Ky. ; Mrs.
L. J. Beady, Miss M. Beady, Edge?eld;
J. Lathrop, lt. I. ; J. Brakeman, F. G.
Hongbterberg, N. X; C. G. Memmiu
ger, R. W. Memmiuger, W. W. Mem
minger, W. J. Seyle, Charleston; O. Co?
hen, Chester; T. C. Forrester, city.
Nickerson House-JU. H. Frost, Dr- 7,
R. Solomuus, J. (ii I fi 11 rn, Charleston; T.
G. Mussie and wifu, Spartanburg; Miss
Bishop, Conn. ; Miss S. Bishop, Ohio;
F. D. Bush, Dyson's Mill; Col. M. A.
Reno, wife, child and servant, TJ. S. A.;
MlBS Fit/.hngh, Richmond; J. R Aiken,
Winnsboro; W. R. Mnrphey, Company
Shops; Frank Wilcox, New Orleans; W.
R Fifine, S. C.; J. M. Seigler, Newber?
ry; R. J. Boone, Tenn..
- CONSIGNEES PER YELLOW AND GREEK
LINES, VIA CHARLOTTE, COLUMBIA AND
AUG DST A BAILROAD, COLUMBIA, Ootober
12 -J. S. Sc J. Robb, W. Ellis, A. S.
Duncan, John Knox, W. L. Dukes, J..
Brown, A. C. Sqnier, G. ; Symmers,
Lyon, W. Sc Co., J. J. Perry, O. M. &
Co., A. S. Scruggs, J. M., W. O. Carr,
G. C. & Co., Williams, Black Sc Co., J.
L. & Co., Lorrick & L., C. Graham, Ja
liui Porcher, Furguson Sc M., Miller ic
M., G. W. B. & Co., Trowbridge & Co.,
O. G. Floyde, J. & O., F. & H., J. O.
Fl hs, M. Lesser, J. B. Minter, P. & Co.,
Elliott & W., C. Brook ban ks, J. A. Hen?
drix Sc Bro., Jordan Sc Bro , H. G. Clyde,
J. & J. L. MoOoulough, C. Hamberg, J.
Agnew Sc Sou, S. D. F., Gastiom & Son,
H. Solomon, P. O. Hendrix, ?Sullivan &
Sou, W. R. & J. P. S., W. F. Barr, D.
L. Miller Sc Bro., J. A. Heudzon, W. H.
Wobb, R. R Smith & Co.
LIST OP NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters.
W. S. & J. M. Talbot t-Horses, etc.
I. Sulzbaoher-Watches, Jewelry.
J. C. B. Smith-Mouey to Loan.
T. R. Clarkson-Permanent Manure.
Geo. Huggins-Chicago Fire.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBKBS Charleston Chari?
table Association, for benefit Free Behool fund:
RAFFLE CLASS No 174.-Morning-October ia.
7-2-61-65-40-45-4.2-52 10 8-16-30
WittiutiH my baud, at Colombia, tbi* ll'h day
9f October, 1871. KENN *KOK. '
Oct 13_Hworn Commissioner.
.>/\ GABES Italian MAOCARONI.
?\) 5 canes Ysrmaoelli.
1 ease Tapioca.
Bea Moss Farina, Arrow ROot, &c._
All froh. GEO BYMMBBB.
Native and Foreign Wines.
SO?PPEKNONO, Concord, banter ne, Cla?
ret. Champagnes, just received and for
?als low, by ' . ? ROPE.
a f\f \ DOS EB aaaorted Oil AO KERB.
\\ )\J l?O boxes aaaorted CannedOoods.
f 0 boxea Houp.
50 boxes Candy. , f
5U buxeB Caudles. 1
'.00 barrels Flour.
50 barrels W hi uko y. (-aiming in and in store,
ind to whioh wo invito tho attention of tho
? ado_1 .QUICK & LOWRANCE.
ON M? RI AG E!
HA PITY RELIEF FOR YOUNO MEN from
tho i fleets uf Errors and Abn-es in eai ly
il? ,iManlio d n atur, ii. Nervous >(d? bdity
aired. Impediment* to mari iapn . rum vi il.
slew nietimo of troHtmtuit. New aud rornark
>ln remedies. Rooks aud Circulars'ahnt fr*-e,
II nealed envelopes. . ,
Addrof? HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. .2
louth Ninth street, Pblladoldhia,'?'a. ...
' Oct 12 2mo