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Foreign Arra ir?.
LONDON, September 23.-SDOW fell at
Sheffield and in the neighborhood of that
MADBID, September 22.-The Minister
of Finance expresses the hope that the
budget which will be presented to the
Cortes on Monday, will have the effect
of permanently restoring the financial
equilibrium of the country.
LONDON, September 23.-Tho steamer
China, from Liverpool, on Saturday, for
New York, returned from Queenstown
disabled; her mails and passengers leave
Liverpool to-morrow in the Calabria.
PABIS, KY., September 23.-Garrett
Davis is dead.
NEW YoBKj September 23.-The tor?
pedo boat launched ut tue navy yard
about three weeks ago suddenly sank
Friday, after tho officers had been mak?
ing experiments. Three mechanics were
onboard. After two hours' work, the
boat was raised, and the men found alive.
The compressed air with which the vessel
is supplied in air-tight tanks was not ex?
hausted, and had saved their lives. Naval
Constructor Delano has condemned the
George Kelsey, a chemist, is reported
to have recognized Forrester as the man
who ran from the Nathan house ou the
morning of the murder, and will be used
as a witness against him.
A steam canal boat arrived here yester?
day, from Buffalo, with a full freight,
via the Erie Canal, in five days less time
than by the usual horse locomotion. Ii
is the first steam eanal ooat that has ?hut
uiauo a luu v. ,
BALTIMORE, September 22.-Ch arie i
B. Henderson ha? been arrested here
charged with the murder of Dr. Merri
man Colo, on the night of the 6th Janu
CINCINNATI, September 21.-Whei
Greeley arrived at Newport, Kentucky
to-day, he spoke as follows:
CITIZENS OF NEWTOBT: There was i
time, and that not many years ago, whei
I would not have been welcomed to tu
soil of Ken tucky as I am to-day. Thor
was a time when Kentuckians did no
think of me as they do now, and I be
liovo it was because they did not under
stand me so well as they do now; for ii
the olden times I was an humble bu
zealous friend of Kentucky's nobles
statesman, Henry Clay. I loved,
trusted and followed that man for man;
years, and sore was my heart whan new
came that our fondest anticipations wer
blighted and he was not chosen Presi
dont. But what matters it? The fara
of Clay is world-wide, and he was revet e
and loved by millions of his countrymei
and will be for generations to oom?
What matters it whether he filled on
office or another, or no office? The offic
does not make the man; it is men lib
those who dignify and glorify office.
He concluded as follows: Many timi
I was told, fifteen or twenty years ag<
that you can come down South and nt
body will hurt you. I said why shoul
anybody hurt me? There was never
moment I wished ill to the South, an
never sought to do them harm. WI:
should you tell me I will be protected i
the South? I had never been there, bi
cause my duties did not call me thor
.bot I felt certain always that no gent!
man ot the South would lay a hand upc
me, and I did not believe they would 1
blackguards do it. They were talkii
as if it was bravery to lot me pa
through; that has passed away, folio'
citizens. You may have been one of tl
most effective Confederate soldiers of tl
late straggle, and yon may travel all ov
this country, and I think no one, exce
a very low, vnlgar person will offer y<
any insult. I traveled to the farthc
State South-Texas-last year, and
was everywhere well received. I thii
every Northern man who went Son
minding his own business, and givii
nobody cause of offence, was treat
perhaps as well as I was, and bin pera
and property were just ns sacredly :
spected as minc were. Now, then,
have opened up a new era in this coe
try; there was a time when it was not
that every Northern man, whatever 1
principles, could travel through t
South. Now they can do so, and 11
glad of it. Think no more of our 1
umphs in the late struggle; lot ns rejo
to-day that these triumphs have tend
to produce good to tho whole An
rican people. There wore actua
men in the North who believed, wi:
Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, tl
the Southern people, as a people,
joiced in that assassination. I am si
it was not so; but here ia tho bia
bloody deed done, and the whole peoj
suffered for it. It was for a long ti
impossible to make a large portion
that elass believe that that asBassinati
was not the work of the whole Confe
rate people. There was injustice d<
there through prejudice, through y
sion. We must try to dispel that pre
dice and that passion. We must try
make the whole people feel that
American name is dear to ns all, t
even in our straggles we were fries
We did not tear and rend each oil
we did not destroy; prisoners were
unjustly treated; but I really believe
people on both sides meant to ti
them with humanity, so far as t
oonld do so, and, when oruelties t
place, they were not understood tc
approved by the great body of the \
pie, North or South. Now, then, le
all resolve that wo shall be nearei
eaoh other next year than this. |
plauso. ] I am demanding universal
nesty. Why, of tho people there are c
300 or 400 disfranchised; suppose tl
were only 200? I objeot to this disf:
oh iso ment and thia proscription; it ]
a stigma on the wholo people.
LiOUiaviLi/E, September 23.- Gree
in addressing himself to the ooh
question, said: FELIIOW-CITIZBNS: If
movement should prevail, as I trui
will prevail, we will sweep away all
refuse of lies in three months. Wo
say to tho colored men, we proffer
nothing except the proteotion of the
laws; tho same for yon as for ns. Yon
have your living to earn as well as we
have. You will have to use all your
abilities, all your energies, all your facul?
ties, and make tbe mont of them you
oan. The laws do not favor you; they
will thoroughly protect you; aud iu three
months, if we succeed, the colored peo?
ple will be so disabused, that the same
mon can never doceive them again. But
suppose we fail, and we may fail; if tho
colored men did not believe the power
wits against us; that money was against
us; if they did not realize that the army,
the navy aud the 100,000 office-holders
were all banded against us, iu foroo,
whioh they believe wo cannot overcome,
thoy certainly would not be so universally
hostile to us. They think we cannot
succeed, and they want to be upon the
winning Bide; that is part of it. But
they are also deluded in regard to our
purposes. Wo Bay we aro not your ene?
mies; we will not be your oppressors.
Though you have done us injustice, we
will try, as well as we can, to have your
children educated aud enlightened, BO
that the mistakes you have made cannot
bo made over and over again.
NEW YOBK, September 23-9 P. M.
Forrester, the alleged murderer of Ben?
jamin Nathan, was discharged to-day
the Distriot Attorney advising the dis?
continuance of the oase, as he had not
sufficient evidence to provo the guilt of
the prisoner. Forrester has been sent to
the Toomba, to await the requisition of
the Governor of Illinois, where Forrester
will be Bent, to serve thirteen years' im
WAsniNflBbN, Saptomber 23-Evening.
DAV?UB'H M? ti n nul Theatre won opened
to-night, with tho Florences. The thea?
tre was beautifully re-decorated and con?
Supervisor Cobb has been assigned to
duty in the internal revenue district
heretofore under tho charge of Supervi?
sor Emery, which embraoes Kentucky,
TeuneHseo, Mississippi, Alabama and
Louisiana; and Supervisor Perry has
been re-asBigued to service in Virginia,
Weat Virginia, North and South Caro?
lina, Georgia and Florida.
Probabilities-For New England, on
Tuesday, Southerly winds and partly
cloudy weather; for the Middle States,
South-easterly to South-westerly winds,
with increasing cloudiness, and with
arena of rain, over the North-western
portions of New York and Pennsylvania;
for the South Atlantic and Gulf States,
East of the Mississippi, Easterly to
Southerly winds, cloudy weather and
raia areas. The pressuro will continue
diminishing from Tennessee to the lakes,
with increasing Southerly to Easterly
winds, and with probably cloudy wea?
ther, from the Southern portion of Mis?
souri to the Southern portion of Ghio
and Southward to Tennessee, but with
oloudy weather and rain North of the
latter region. An area of quite low ba?
rometer is apparently advancing East?
ward toward Iowa and Minnesota, and
brisk and vary brisk Southerly to East?
erly winda are probable for Lakes Michi?
gan and Superior on Tuesday morning.
NEW YortK, September 23.-Judge
Leonard granted a writ of habeas corpus,
returnable on Friday, for Forrester, on
the ground that he is now held illegally
' having been discharged from arrest in
the Nathan murder case.
GHABI?ESTOK, September 23.-Arrived
-brig Guiding Star, New York; brig
Rio Grande, New York; schooner Gar?
rett P. Wright, Baltimore; steamships
South Carolina, New York; Sea Gull,
Correspondence of the Phoenix.
SUMTER, S. C., September 21.
To-day the Monos pow-wow took place
here. The crowd was a comparatively
small one, notwithstanding a barbacu?
and brass band had been provided, and
runners had been busy for a week sum?
moning the faithful to attend. Small as
it was, it was very inharmonious; and
Sam. Lee, who was not allowed on tho
stand, made himself constantly beard
from his placo in tho crowd, and had
good backing. He worriod the regulars
no little, and eau floor Moses easily with
his poiut-blank charges and proofs. The
party here is all in a muddle, nnd eaeh
wing will have its full State and County
tickets iu tbe field. Judge Green, who
representa tho bolters, or truo Republi?
cans, is very popular among both white
aud black, and bis ticket will be such an
improvomont on tho other that it will be
largely supported by both races, and has
every chance of being elected. Moses
gets money from somewhere and spends
it like water on bis election. If eleoted,
ho will go into office with a flattened
pocket book, and tax payers will have to
?fill it. TRUE.
On! O'CONORI-Tho New York Times
says Charles O'Oonor has written a letter
to a member of the "straight-out Demo?
cratic oommittee" accepting the nomina?
tion of the Louisville Convention. We
doubt very much the truth of this state?
ment; but, admitting it to be true, what
does Mr. O'Conor's candidacy amount
to? He will no more be regarded as a
Demoorat in this race than will U. S.
Grant. lu fact, he will not be in the
race at all. Every trne Demoorat will
support the unanimous ohoioe of his
Siarty in Convention assembled, regard
ess of snob swindling side-shows as the
Louisville Convention. If Mr. O'Oonor
is in any doubt as to the strength of bla?
tant donkeyiBin, let him wait until tho
State elections take place next month.
j Wilmington Star.
The last surviving revolutionary sol?
dier has oome to the surface again, this
time in Tennessee. He is 118 years of
age, and oame to Nashville recently, ac?
companied by his four children, the
youngest being seventy-five. He came
after pension money wbieh had been ac?
cumulating for a long time, and he hos
now a nice little sum to begin life with.
Financial and Commercial.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September23 -Sales
of cotton, to day, 88 bales-middling
NEW YORK, September 23-Noon.
Cotton quiet; Bales 1,231 bulas-uplands
18%; Orleans 19%. Flour quiet and un?
changed. Wheat dull nnd unchanged.
Corn quiet and steady. Pork dull, at
14.05@14 10. Lard quiet-steam 8%@
9%. Freights steady. Stocks heavy.
Gold steady, at 13%. Money quiet, at
6. Exohaugo-long 7%; snort 8%.
Governmouts very quiet. Stato bomb:
7"P. M.-Sales of cotton to day 20.400
balen, as follows: September 18%@
18 5 IC; October 17 13-16@18; Novem?
ber 17 13-16?18; December 18@18%;
January 18 7-lG@18 IMG; February
19 1-16?19 3-1G; March 19>?@19&;
April 20 1-16@20 3-1G. Cottuu easy;
sales 2,684 bales-uplands 18%; Orleans
19^B - Flour quiet and unchanged.
Whiskey dull and unchanged. Winter
wheat in limited supply and unchanged;
spring 2@3c. lower. Corn in fair home
und export demand and prices un
changed. Pork quiet and nominal.
Lard unchanged. Freights firm. Money
closed at 3@4. Sterling decidedly higher
-loading bankers asking 7%. Gold
14@14%. Governments vory strong.
States strong-especially Tenuessees;
but little doing.
BAIITIMOBE, September 23.-Flour un?
changed . Wheat dull aud lower-choice
umber 1.02; good to choice red 1.75@
I. 95. Corn firmer und higher-white 68
@73; yellow G3@75. Oats-Southern
4U@42. Rye 77@80. Provisions very
strong. Meas pork 15.00, Bacon higher;
o,Mn. mnarna_chnnlnAro ft l/i^lB 1/ . rih
Mu*? ? ."'?"- )? I
sides ll; olear sides Ufo Lard dull.
MEMPHIS, September 23.-Cotton dall
-middling 17%; reoeipts 919 bales;
shipments 737; atock 3,234.
WILMINGTON, September 23.-Cotton
quiet-middling 17; receipts 64 bales;
sales 32; stock 445.
GALVESTON, September 23-Cotton
quiet-good ordinary 15%; receipts 628
bales; exports 1,633; sales 300; stock
NOBFOLK, September 23.-Cotton dull
and heavy-middling 17??@17?f? re?
ceipts 880 bales; exports 970; sales 40;
NEW ORLEANS, September 23.-Cotton
in moderate demaud-good ordinary
17??; low middling 17%@17%; middling
17).?; receipts 3,457 bales; sales 110;
ST. LOUIS, September 23.-Flour iu
fair demand and firm. Corn held firmor
-market dull. Whiskoy steady, nt 91.
Pork firmer, at 14.50. Bacon active aud
strong-over 1,000,000 pounds sold
shoulders 8%; clear rib sides ll^-i cash;
11% buyers this month; clear sides 12
cash and buyers this month. Lurd firm
SAVANNAH, September 23. - Cotton
dull-good ordinary 16%; low middling
16%; middling 17%; receipts 3,174
bales; exports 1,261; sales 1,100; stock
MOBILE, September 23.-Cotton quiet
-low middling 17%@17%; middling
18%; receipts 1,358; exports 725; sales
250; stock 4,325.
CHARLESTON, September 23.-Cotton
easy-ordinary 15@15%; good ordinary
16; low middling 16%; middling 16%?
16%; reoeipts 2,446 bales; exports 1,835;
saleB 600; stock 11,667.
BALTIMORE, September 23.-Cotton
dull and lower-middling 18%; receipts
795 bales; sales to-day 780; Saturday
evening 630; stock 1,660.
AUGUSTA, September23.-Cotton quiet
-middling 16%; receipts 1,057 bales;
BOSTON, September 23.-Cotton dull
middling 19%@19%; receipts 694 bales;
salos 21; stock 5,000.
PHILADELPHIA, September 23.-Cotton
CINCINNATI, September 23.-Flour
and corn steady. Pork in fair demand
and firm. Lard steady. Bacon in good
demand-shoulders 7%; Borne held
higher; clear sides wanted at 11%; held
at 12. Whiskoy 90.
LOUISVILLE, September 23.-Flour
active-extra family firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
firm and transactions light, at 50@52.
Pork firmer, at 13.75. Bacon firmer
shoulders 7%; clear rib Bides 11%; clear
sides 12. Packed lard 9%@11; ordor
lots %o. higher. ' Whiskey firm, nt 90.
LONDON, Septomber 23-Noon.
Consols 92%. Bonds flat-5a 89.
FRANKFORT, September 23.-Bonds!
PARIS, September 23.-Bents 54f. 5c.
LivEitrooL, September 23-3 P. M.
Cotton opened quiet and steady, but is
now easier-uplands 9%(5j9%; Orleans
9%@9%; sales 12,000 bales; speculation
and export 3,000.
LIVERPOOL, September 23-Evening.
Cotton closed unchanged.
PARIS, September 23.-Rentes closed
Among the Southerners at present so?
journing in New York is Col. Ellison
S. Koitt, of South Carolina, ono of the
most eloquent stump speakers of that
sunny region. Ho was the first public
man in the Palmetto State to publish an
endorsement of the nomination of Gree?
ley and Brown, and nineo that time has
been an active worker in their cause.
While in Now York he has spent nearly
every evening in addressing the Liberal
Reform and Democratic organizations at
their respective olub rooms, and his
trumpet-like tone and stirring arguments
have awakened a degree of enthusiasm
that has added not a little to the interest
of these local gatherings. Col. ICeitt,
with his son, are the guests of the Grand
Central.-New York Evening Telegram. ?
When you hug a silk-incased belle, it
is better to be certain that her dress is
not dyed with picrate of lead. A
scientist assorts that cloth so dyed is lia?
ble to spontaneous combustion when
subjected to a little friction. Dark par?
lors may, therefore, be suddenly and
David Camden DeLeon, Acting Sur?
geon-General of the Southern Con?
federacy, in its earlier days, died nt
Santa Fo, Now Mexico, ou the 3d inst.
Ho wn3 little moro thnu fifty years of
age, but his career had been a most ac?
tive and eventful one, and his biography
Would give the military history of all
our wars from the Seminole, iu 1837,
past tho Mexican and through our late
civil war-in eaoh and all of whioh ho
boro his part manfully and patriotically.
It is a curious fact that tho family was
also represented in tho ouly othur war
this country has had nineo tho revolution
-for the name of his uncle, Dr. Abram
DeLeou, will he found ou the army lists
of 18L2. Boru and reared in Soutli Ca?
rolina, shortly after obtaining bia medi?
cal diploma at tho Philadelphia school,
he entered the United States army as
assistant surgeon, and went through tho
Seminole war, after whioh he was sta?
tioned for several years at outposts on
our Western froutier. At tho breuking
out of tho Mexican war ho went with
General Taylor to the Bio Grande, wa?
present nt most of tho battles which led
tho victors to the gates of Moxico, and
entered that city when it surrendered,
riding ut General Scott's left hand. For
these services, as well as for gallantry in
nation (when commanding officers were
killed or wounded aud ho took their
place) Dr. DeLeou twice received tho
thanks of Congress; but wus agaiu
assigned to frontier duty in Mexico, on
the ground of his great energy and
hardihood. His last years were dark?
ened by exile, disease and suffering-and
death came to him as a deliverance. Ho
I was but one o' tue muuy uuuulioeu nod
unrecorded martyrs of "the lost cause"
I -thoso "unrepentant rebels," so de?
nounced at the North, who, having
sacrificed profitable positions, and an
assured future to their convictions of
honor and duty, never received even the
recompense of public recognition from
the people for whom they made these
sacrifices-but have sunk silently iuto
unknown graves, und been forgotten.
HUSBAND AND WIFE.-Harmony in the
marriod state is the very first object to
bo aimed at. Nothing can 'preservo af?
fection uninterrupted but a firm resolu?
tion iu each to consider the lovo of the
other ns of more value than any object
whatever, ou which a wish has beeu
fixed. How light, in fact, is the sacri?
fice of any other wish weighed against
tho affections of ono with whom we are
to pass our life! And though opposition
in a singlo instance will hardly of itself
produco alienation, yet every oue has
his pouch into which all these opposi?
tions aro put, and while that is filliug,
the nlienatiou is insensibly going OD,
und when filled is complete. It would
puzzle either to say why; because no
ono difference has been marked enough
to produce a serious effect by itself. But
he finds his uffoction wearied out by a
constant stream of checks and obstacles.
Other sources of discontent, very com?
mon, indeed, are the cross purposes of
husband and wife, in common conversa?
tion; a disposition to criticise and ques?
tion whatever the othor says-a desire
always to demonstrate and make him
feel himself wrong, especially in sympa?
thy. Nothing is so goading. Much
better, therefore, if our companion views
a thing in a different light from what we
do, to leavo him in quiet possession of
his view. What is tho nso of rectifying
him if tue thing be unimportant? And
if important, let it pass for tho present,
and wait a softer moment and moro con?
ciliatory occasion of revising tho subject
together. It is wonderful how many
persons are rondercd unhappy by inat?
tention to the rule of prudence.
[ 1 'humas Jefferson.
"SWINGING HOUND."-H. G.audU. S.
G. are both now engaged in "swinging
round tho circle." Honest Horace
favors tho people with a neat aud sensi?
ble speech wherever he stops, for u
speech ho must make or his countrymen
are not satisfied. Un the othor bund,
tho great gift-taker has uo words of
cheer or sympathy for his few admirers.
His lips are sealed, unless somebody
says "straight-whiskey," "straight-Dem?
ocrat," or "Havana cigars." Then U.
S. G. says "yes," und immediately re?
lapses into his comatose condition. The
people now have a tiue opportunity of
judging of tho relativo capacity of tho
two men for the office of President. In
Greeley, tboy seo a man of brain and
heart; in Grant, a weak, vacillating
creature, whoso only ambition is to ac?
cumulate wealth by moans of his high
position, Oo the 5th duy of November,
the voters of this couutry will deoido
that Horace Greeley is the man to oc?
cupy the Presidential chair. Giant eau
thou spend all, instead of half, his time
at Loug Branch.- Wilmington Star.
AN OFFICER THAT "DRINKS TOO MUCH."
AU amusing letter was received at the
pension agency in this city, yesterday,
from a female peu-jionor in South Caroli?
na, who, iu executing her paper, had oc?
casion to call upuu tho Clerk of the
Court, whom she found iu a condition
that would lead Senator Wilson to say
"he drinkB too much." She, however,
seoured the certificate, but tho chirogra?
phy boro such palpable evidence of ine?
briation that, fearful of its passing at the
agency, she addressed the following note
to Col. Cox, the pension agent:
DEAR SIR: Please pardon me for saying
that our Clerk of Court is a little intoxi?
cated to-day, and if he has commit er?
rors I hope you will pardon aud send
cheek without further trouble.
[ Washington Patriot..
"Wbat a nuisance!" exclaimed a gentle?
man at a conoert, as a young fop in frout
of him kept talking in a loud voice to a
lady at his side. 4?Did you refer to mo,
sir?" threatoniugly demanded the fop.
"Ob, no; I meant the musicians there,
who keep up such u noise with their in?
struments that I cnu't boar your cou
vcrsatiou," waa the stinging reply.
A MECHANICAL TOY.-Among the in?
ventions recently patented at the Patent
Office is a mechanical toy, regarding
which the inventor eau say, with proba?
bly more truth thau the patent medicine
man, that "the children cry for it." The
invention consists of au ordinary four
wheel velocipede, like thoso in which
children are daily seen propelling them?
selves along the sido-wulks. In front of
this, and supported by a pair of fixed
shafts or thills, is the figure of a man or
boy, ready to be dressed in any suit or
livery to please the taste of the owner.
To tho heels of this supposititious motive
power are attached, by a pivot, rods
leading to and connected with projec?
tions from the spokes of the wheels of
tho vehicle, by which a orank-motion is
obtained, and so arrauged that whilo one
goes forward, the other remains nearly
stationary, so as to give to the figure the
appearance of walking and drawing the
vehicle, which, in fact, ia propelled in
the ordinary way, giving motion to the
figure. Parents may expect a draft upon
their purses about the holidays for one
of those comical vehicles.
EIUHT AT A BIRTH.-The Cincinnati
Lancet and Observer gives publicity to the
following, which is the most remarkable
event that ever transpired in this or any
other country, in the way of births:
On the 21st of August, Mrs. Timothy
Bradleo, of Trumbull County, gave birth
to eight children-three boys and five
girls. They are all living and nre healthy,
but are quite small. Mr. Bradlee waa
married six years ago to Eaenoe Mowe
ry, who weighed 272 pounds on the day
of her marriage. She baa given birth to
fmr> nnt?. "f 4--1__:_ui-_
a .. u fruit u.* irniun, UUU UUIT OlgUU UIUID)
making twelvo children in six years.
Mrs. Bradlee was a triplet, her mother
and father both being twiuB, and her
grand-mother the mother of five pair of
A Washington lotter says: "Official
advices received here lay good founda?
tions for trouble between the United
States and Mexico. Notwithstanding
the protest of this Government against
the outrages on the Mexican border, on
tho life and property of citizens of this
country, and the appeals to join in some
co-operative policy to secure a safer con
? dition of affairs on the Rio Grande, the
Mexican authorities not only are indif?
ferent to the representations of the Go?
vernment, but apparently encourage
theda offensive operations. The Mexi?
cans havo also broken faith on the joint
claims commission, which has beeu in
session hero, aud it is probable that all
the work thus far accomplished will
amount to nothing."
Tho Concord (N. H.) Patriot says:
Liberal men in New Hampshire and Con?
necticut are specially requested to note
that tho demand is just now so great for
voted by the Radical party, that prices
must rise. First clasa influential men
aro good for 81,000 each; second qnality
ought to bring nil the way from $500 to
$750, and middling and common, from
$100 upwards, and not a cent less. The
Radicals have their hauds in Uncle
Sam's pocket and are able to pay. Make
them do so in all cases where they at?
tempt to make merchandise, and then
vota as you please; that's tho way to
treat the scoundrels.
In an article from tho Columbia PH?
NIX, copied in yesterday's Republican, it
waa stated that the pay certificates issued
by Franklin J. Moues, Jr., were "coun?
tersigned" by Mr. A. O. Jones, Clerk of
the House of Representatives. We are
happy to be able to state that it was not
within the province of Mr. Jones to
"countersign" the pay certificates, but
simply to "attest" the signature of the
Speaker. All that the clerk had to do
with it was to issue the pay certificates
upon the order of the Speaker.
Senator Trumbull has written a friend
in Springfield, Ul., that in all parts of
the State which ho has visited the ut?
most enthusiasm continues in tho inter?
ests of reform, and that there can bo
but little doubt, if tho present sustained
efi'orts are continued, of the success of
tho Liberal tickot iu this State by a
large majority. Senator Trumbull has
traversed the State more thoroughly
than any other public man, and speaks
from the knowledge elicited by actual
observation nnd from absolute facts.
Thc Radical soldiers and Bailors who
met in, convention at Pittsburg the other
day, said in one of their resolutions: "Wo
point to the condition of the country in
all its relations, foreign and domestio,
for tho proof that its laws are well ad?
ministered, and its honor maintained."
Thu condition of the country, and par?
ticularly at the South, hardly furnishes
such proof, and even the Radical Sena?
tors admitted last winter, that Grant had
committed a serions mist ke in his
Radical papers talk of Speaker Blaine^
denial of the Credit Mobilier bribe as if
it satisfactorily Nettled the charge, but
this is a mistake. Blaine has entered his
plea of not guilty, the samo as any other
rogue would do in the fae? of trial and
Reports from Long Branch say that
Grant is in unusually good spirits. This
is something of an improvement; for
heretofore, generally, unusually good
spirits have been in him-and in large
A yoong man hunting turkeys at Ka?
lamazoo, Mich., thought he saw ono in
the grass, but a ooroner's jury decided it
was the head of the farmer who owned
the premises, and was taking a nap.
Tho New Orleans Picayune an?
nounces to its readers the accession of
Col. R. Barnwell Rhett, Jr., to the
editorship of that paper.
A French soldier at Lyons blew out
hts brains because his comrades jeered
ut him for spoiling their dinner, which
he had cooked.
A writor in the Nowark Advertiser dis?
cusses tho feasibility of bridging the At?
OD the night of the 20th, a Swede was
ron over and killed on the Georgia Rail?
road, near Berzelia. On the same day,
a lady and her dog were ran over and
killed on the North Carolina Railroad,
A Western journal tLum alludes to an
editorial neighbor: "He was too weak to
'eat crow,' but seven columns of Govern?
ment advertisements each week make
bim relish 'bull pup* wonderfully."
20,000 voters in North Carolina did
not vote in the late election, says the
A foreign-born citizen of Rhode
Island must own $134 of real estate be?
fore he can cast a ballot.
Mr. Oakes Ames ought to try this
motto: "Let all the emin thou Airiest, at
be thy Country's, God's and Truth's!"
Departed thia lifo, on the night of the 19th
instant, near Branchville, S. C., Mias MAG?
GIE Y. MOBGAN, youngeat daughter of I.
C. Morgan, of Columbia, H. C.
Died, at her reaidonce, in Florida, on the
Otb of thia month, of typhoid pneumonia,
Mre. CHARLOTTE TAYLOR, youngeat
daughter of George W. Wright'a firat family,
and formerly of thia place. She leaves a
kind huabaud and tiro children to mourn her
"In the millet, of lifo wc are in death."
Aixotlon SetJLe>? .
City of Colnmbia 7 Fer Gent. Bonds
OFFICE CITY TREASURY,
COLUMBIA, H. C., September 23, 1872.
PURSUANT to authority delegated by re
aolution, adopted by the City Counoil, I
will eel!, at public auction, on WEDNESDAY,
October 2,1872, one hundred and fifty thon
aand CITY OF COLUMBIA RF.VF.N PF.R
CENTUM TWENTY YEAR BONDS. Said
Bonds will be of the denominations of $250,
$500 and $1,000; the proceeds of the sale to be
uaed for the erection of the now City Hall,
new Market, and other public improvements.
The right is reserved to dispose of a part of
the said Bonds in lots orin whola, aa the
Mayor and Treasurer may dotermine. Any
further information desired can be obtained
by addressing CHAS. BARNUM,
8ept 24 City Treasurer, Colombia, 8. C.
By JACOB LEVIS, Auctioneers
OFFICE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
COLOMBIA., S. C., ?September 6,1872.
PURSUANT to an Act entitled "An Act to
provide for tho construction of a new
Court Houee in and for the County of Rich?
land," approved 9th March, 1872, which enaota
aa follows: "That tho County Commissioners
of Richland County aro hereby dirocted, au?
thorized and empowered to sell and convey
the whole of that lot in the city of Columbia,
on the corner ef Richardson and Waabington
Btreeta, whereon waa formerly situated the
Court House of said County. Tho said sale
to be made at public outcry to the highest
bidder, at such time or times, on such terme
and in auch pare?la as the aaid Commiasion
ora shall think proper, after advertisement
thereof for at least thirty days: Provided,
Said lot shall not he sold for lead than one
hundred ($100) dollars per foot."
By virtue of said antbority, we, tho under?
signed, County Commissioners for Richland
Countv, will offer for sale beforo the Conrt
House in Golumbia, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in OCTOBER NEXT, between the legal honra,
all the unsold portion, (to wit: LOTS Nos. 1,
2 and 3) of that lot of land in the city of Co?
lumbia situated at the North-east corner of
the intersection of Richardson and Washing?
ton atreeta, a plat whereof can be seen at tba
office of the Clerk of Court.
TEBMS OF SALE.-One-half the purchase
money payable on the firat day of January
next, tue balance on the first day of July,
A. D. 1873, with interest from dav of aale.
The purcbaao money to be secured by bond,
with good personal security, and mortgage of
Furcbaaers to pav for stamps and papera.
JOHN H. BB?ANT, Chairman,
J. J. GOODWIN,
Sept 10 i Commissioners.
IHAYE appointed JOSEPH T. ZEALY my
legal attorney during my abaence from
the State. MRS. M. C. WALTER.
"To All Whom it May Concern."
UNITED 8TATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
COLLECTOB'S OFFICE, 3D DIBTBICT, 8. C.,
COLUMBIA, September 23, 1872.
NOTICE is hereby given that the list,
aaaeaaed for August, 1872, ia now in thia
office for collection. AU persons liable for
taxes aeseaaed thereon, should make payment
of the same before October 1 proximo, as
penalties will attach to all unsettled taxes in
thia office after 30th inMaut, without option
of tho undersigned. C. L. ANDERSON,
Bept 24 j3 Collector 3d District 8. C.
"FALL C AMP AIGN."
BULLETIN NO. 1.
GROCERIE8 aro in full demand. Trade
opens favorably. Our beat endeavors
have buen to oater to public taste, and every
effort ahall be made to supply the public at
fainest possible prices, for cash.
Fresh supplies, consisting of:
Mocha, Old Government Java, Green and
Roasted l'rinio Rio, Laguayra, Ste,
Pulverized, Cruehod, and at lowest rates.
Hnms. Breakfast Strips, Beef,Tongues, Ac,
of thc finest quality.
Smoked Salmon, Pickled Salmon, Mackerel,
N. C. Mullets, Codfish, Ac, Ac.
More anon. GEO. 8YMMERS.
Distilled by tho Proprietors,
AT SCHIE?AH, IN HOLLAND.
AN INVIGORATING TONIC
AND MEDICINAL BEVERAGE.
Warranted perfectly puro, and ftee from all
deleterious substances. It is distilled from
BAULKY of the finest quality, and the ABOMA
TIO JUMPED BEUBT OF ITALY and designed
expressly for caaea of DyBpopaia or Indlges
tion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheumatism, General
Debility, Catarrh of tho Bladder, Paine in the
Back and Stomach, and all diaeaaon of the
Urinary Organa. It gives groat relief in
Asthma, Gravel and Calculi in the Bladder,
atrengthena and invigorate the ayetem, and
la a certain preventativo and cure of that
droadful ecourge, FEVKB AND AGUF..
CAUTION I Ask for "Hcnsox G. WOLFB'S
BELL SCHNAPPS ."
For aalo by all reepcct&ble Grccors and Apo?
HUD80N G. WOLFE A CO., Sole Importera.
Office, 18 South William street, New York.
Sept 10 3BQO