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3d best heifer, two to three years old - 10
Best heifer, one to two years old - 10
3d best heifer, one to two years old - 5
Beet heifer calf ----- 5
Same preminms as above. All animale
throe-fourths' Brahmin blood, or more, to
FIFTH CLASS? IMPOBTKD OATTLR.
Best imported bull, of any age, of any
of tho above breeds ... $20
2d best imported boll, of any ago, of
any of the above breeds - - 10
Boat imported cow, same as above - 20
2d best imported cow, Bame as abovo ' 10
Same premiums as above. All grades to
be half blood or more.
Same premiums as above.
EIGHTH GLASS?MILCH COWS AND OXEN. ?
Best milch cow, any breed, to be milked
on the ground .... $20
2d bent milch cow, any breed - - 10
Beat yoke oxen. South Carolina raised 20
2d beat yoke oxen, South Carolina raised 10
Best herd, not lees than five, owned by
exhibitor ----- 20
The value of each yoke of oxen must be
tested on the Fair Grounds, both beforo the
plow and to the wagon.
All cattle competing for premiums must
be thoroughly halter-broke, and when re?
quired, must be led in the arena, whore tho
committee will examine and award the pre?
JOHNSON HAGOOD, Buperiutendont.
W. H. STACK, Assistant SuperintondoDt.
Owned by residents of this Slate, unless
FIRST CLASS ?HEAVY DRAFT JIOllBEB.
Best stallion, over four years old - $20
Same, over throe years old - 20
Same, over two years old ? - 10
Same, one year old 10
Beat brood mare .... 20
Same and colt ..... 25
2d beBt brood maro and colt 10
Best mare, four years old - - - 20
Bast filly, three years old 20
2d best filly, three years old - - 10
BaBt filly, two years old 20
3d best filly, 2 years old 10
Beat filly, one year old 20
2d heat filly, one year old - - 10
second CLASS?LIGHT DE AFT nORSES.
Beat stallion, over four years old - $20
Same, over three years old - 20
Best stallion, over two years old - $10
Same, one year old 10
Beet brood mare .... 20
Seme and oolt ..... 25
2d best brood mare and colt 15
Bast mare, four years old - - - 20
Best filly, three years old - - 20
2d beat filly, three years old 10
Beat filly, two years old - 20
2d best filly, two years old - - - 10
Beet filly, one year old 20
?31 best filly, one year old - - - 10
IIBD CLASS thorough - iuiki) HORSES.
Boat stallion, over four years old - $20
H?mo, over three years old - 20
. Same, over two years old * - - - 10
v Same, one year old 18
iBest brood mare .... 20
2d best brood mare ? 10
Beat brood mare and colt - - - 2d
34 best brood mare and colt 15
Best mare, four years old - ? -20
BeBt filly, three years old - ? - 30
3d best filiy, three years old 10
Beit filly, two years old 20
3d best filly, two years old - - - 10
Beat one year old filly 20
2d t*Bt one year old filly - 10
FOURTH CL AH8?PONIES, INCLUDING ALL SMALL
Best stallion, over four years - $15
" mare ? - 15
** mare and colt ... 20
u saddle pony 15
No animal over fourteen hands high to
be classed as a pony.
Firm CLASS?MATCHED AND SINOLE HOR8F.B.
Best pair matched borees, raised in S. C. $25
" pair matched mares, raised in S. G. 25
" pair matched harneas ponies, under
fourteen bands, S. C. raised - 10
" Biogie harness horse, raised in S. C. 20
" saddle horse, raised in S. C. - 20
* pair of matched horsei, open to tno
world ..... 15
*' pair of matohed mares, open to tho
wjrld ----- 15
** single harnoss horso, open to tho
" saddlo horse, open to the world 10
oinaJk harness mare, open to the
M saddle mare, open to the world - 10
Bast heavy draft gelding,South Carolina
raised ..... $15
Best light draft gelding, South Carolina
raised, of any ago 15
Best light draft gelding, 8cuth Carolina
raised, three years old 15
Best light draft gelding, South Carolina
raised, two years old - 10
Best farm horse te im of four, South Ca?
rolina raised .... 20
To the stallion exhibiting the greatest
number of best oolts upon tho
ground ----- 25
BLVENTH 0LAB3?TROTTERB AND FACEBS.
Bestand nearest thorough-bred trotting
atallion, for stud purposes - $20
Best and nearest thorough-bred trotting
brood mare .... 20
Beet and nearest thorough-bred pacing
stallion, for stud purposes - 20
Beat and nearest thorough-bred pacing
brood mare .... $20
For the best combination horse or mare
sweep-stakes; $5 entrance; pre?
mium ...... 25
JACKS AND JKNNETTBS,
TO BE OWN BD IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
Best and largest imported jack, with
certificates, approved by Society 15
Best and largest imported jennette,
with certificates, approved by tho
Beat and largest Sonth Carolina raised
jack, with certificate.!, approved
by the Society - - - - 15
//est and largest Sonth Carolina raised
jennetto, with certificates, ap?
proved by tho Soeietv - - 10
B0UTII CAROLINA HAIBF.D,
Boat pair of mules .... $15
Best single or harness mulo 10
Best mule, two years old - - - 10
Beet mule, one year old 10
Best mule colt ..... 5
Beet mulo team of four 15
N. B.?All horses, coltb, jacks, jonnottes
and mules embracod in the above classes
must be completely halter-broke, or tboy
will not be admitted upon tho grounds, ex?
cept at the owner's risk.
Beat buck, two years old-or upwards ? $10
Best buck, one to two years old - 10
Best pen of ewes, not less than three 15
Best pen of ewe lambs, not less than 11 10
The same premiums as above.
THIRD CLASS?LEICESTER OR BAKEWELL,
The same premiums as above.
FOOBTH OLASS?COTSWOLD OB NEW ORFOBD
The*same premiums as above.
FIFTH CLASS?AFBIOAN OB BUOAD-TAILED.
The same preminms as above.
BIXTH CLASH ?ORAOH.
The same premiums as abovo.
The same preminms as above.
OAKI?M KHK OOATI?.
Best thorough-bred buck ? - - $5
Best thorough-bred ewe ... 5
Best pair of grades .... 5
FIRBT CLi S3?SUFFOLK.
Best Suffolk boar, or any age - - $8
Bant Suffolk boar, not over twelve nor
nndor six months old 3
He?t Suffolk bow ..... 8
iiest Suffolk sow ?uJ pigs, sst loss than
Tho time premiums as above.
The same premiums as above.
Tho same premiums as above.
FIFTH CLASS?OHEBTEB COUNTY.
The same premiums as above.
SIXTH CLASS?LINCOLN, you KS ii i UK, I.1tc?
FIELD, OB any OTHER lauge BltEED.
The same premiums us above.
seventh OLARS?NATIVE breeds OR grades.
Tho same premiums as above.
ALL BIELS TO HE under ONE year old.
Hest trio, ono cock and two hens, im
provod barn-yard fowls - - $3
Ziest, pair Brahmas .... 2
Ditto Cochins ..... 2
Ditto Dorkings ..... 2
Ditto Dominiques .... '2
Ditto black Spanish .... 2
Ditto white Leghorn - ... 2
Ditto Uamburga - - - - ,2
Ditto black I'oliah .... 2
Ditto sea-bright bantams ? ? -2
Ditto Houdana?French - - $2
Ditto Crove Ccnur?French - ? - 2
Ditto games ...... 2
Ditto turkeys ..... 2
Ditto Bremen geeso .... 2
Ditto noa fowls ----- 2
Ditto Muscovoy ducks - - - - 2
Ditto Ayleebury docks 2
Heat and largcat exhibition of pigeons,
not lobs tban six varieties - - 5
Heat and largest exhibition of live birds,
not leas than six varieties ? -5
Host and largest exhibition of poultry,
by ono exhibitor 10
Host pointer, dog or bitch $3
Heat Better, ditto .... 3
JfeBt Newfoundland, ditto - - - 3
Heat shepherd's ditto .... 3
Heat fox hound, ditto .... 3
Hest groy hound, ditto ... 3
Hest blood hound, ditto - - - - 3
Hoit bull dog, ditto .... 3
Hesttarrier, ditto - - -_ - - 3
Richardson street, opposite
Dr. D. L. Boozer, Dr. G. F. 8. Wmoiir.
georgia cotton press!
Patented March, 1870,
BY I'LVDLKTON 4c 0OAKDHAN,
THE satisfaction this PRESS has given
in the past, the groat improvement
madoon it, and the fact of its boing from
forty to fifty dollars cheaper than any other
good Press, should induce planters and
others to send for ono of our new Circulars
before purcbaaing. We also manufacture
Irons for Water Power Presses and Screw 1
PENDLETON A BOARDMAN,
Foundry and Machine Works. Kollock
Street, Angnsta, Ga. July 2 wljlmo
cmii am ms!
TUE OLDEST CLOTHING
HAT m STAN])
IN the State, and now the cheapest to get
For Summer. A large lino or HATS; some?
thing entirely new in
STRAW HATS I
We still keep abreast of tho times in
Gents' Undershirts, Silk, Lisle Thread
and Gauze, Linen and Jean Drawer*, Tics.
Bows, Socks,Collars,Scarfs, the celebrated
Star Shirts,ready-made and mado to ordor;
fits guaranteed." Whito Linen, buck, Mar?
seilles Vests, in now stylos. Black Alpaca
Frock and Sack Coats.
We are suiliug Goods at low prices for
caeh. KIN A HD & WILEY.
A FULL line of latest styles;
also, Ladies' and Children's
SUITS, Mrs. Moodv's cele
Ibrated CORSETS, with other
, stylos; UNDER-WEAR in
'groat variety; HAIR of all
description, and Bazaar Pat?
terns, which will bo sold very
low. Ploaso call and see for
?Tune 2 ?mos MRS-? E. REED'S.
UN HEU COLUMBIA HOTEL.
I will commenco on TUESDAY, July
28, and continno for thirty day.1, a closing
ont Bale of tho remainder of my atock ot
Boasonablo and popular CLOTHING, FUlt
NI8HING GOODS and HATS, at IMMENSE
REDUCTIONS IN PRICES.
This is dono to make room for Fall Stock.
Those iu search of unusual bargains will
bo amply ropaid by a visit to
July 27_Undor Colnmbia Hotol. _
Official Order, No. 1.
IWANT all Smokers to know that thero
aro still plenty moro of the oolobratod
5 cent PARI AG AH on hand. I gnaranteo
that they contain more and a hotter quality
of Tobacco than any other 5 cont Cigar
aold in this city.
Speoial Order, No. 2.
AH Smokers of Pressed Cigars will ploaso
take notice that they can got a bunch con?
taining 25 Cigars tor $1, and all otbor
popular brands at equally low prices, at the
CALIFORNIA CIGAR STORE,
(Sign of tho Indian Chief,)
3d Door Below Wheeler House.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
S inrjay Morning, August 16,1874.
Congressman Wallace and bib
GOWDEYHVILLK SPEECH.-A UUmbor of
highly respectable residents of Gow
deysville aud vicinity, who heard Con?
gressman Wallnou's address at that
place, havo signed a certificate- to the
effect tbnt ho (lid make uso of tho fol?
"Your rights uro in peril aud you
roust defend them. 'If you don't gut
them at tho ballot-box, you must re?
sort to tho cartridge-box.' If neces?
sary, wo will in like oath to thu sura*4."
Ir. becomes q question of veracity ?
out) man nguinst tweuty. Perbups the
Congressman's recollection is hud.
Model Senator.?Tho Kansas Ci?y
Times publishes a lengthy indictment
of Uuited States Senator Ingallp, of
Kansas. It charges him with urro-it
for larceny when at college, hints ut
bigamy and other unsavory otluuces,
accuses him of oil manner of trickery
and venality in his high office, that hu
sells federal offices for money?und
that ho is generally n "bud lot." The
Times assorts its ability to prove till its
allegations ngaiust the Senator; but
innuely says that the people of Kansas
will demand hin resignation or ditimis
Hal, just OS if tbut sort of Seimtor wu8
ever known to resign or hu dismissed
by their brother Senators.
According to a Paris telegram, Mar?
shal Buz line is indebted to his wife
for the plan by which he so success?
fully effected his departure from his
Mediterranean prison. If the "man
with the iron mask," who preceded
him as n distinguished prisoner in
Suinte Marguerite, had been blessed
with a wife like Madame Bazaine, the
secret of that famous disguise would
have beeu out eo soon that history
would have tost one of its most inte?
resting mysteries. Madamo Baz'iine
is a Mexican woman, who became the
wife of the Marshal while he was with
Maximilian in Mexico. She is of a
wealthy Mexican family who sided
with Juarez, against whom the Mar?
shal was supposed to he fighting, but
with he whom he was more likely con?
To (lie Public.
Office op Comptroller-General,
Columbia, S. C, Aug. 15. 187-t.
Iu tho Union-Herald, of date of Au?
gust 15th, I fiud in tho editorial co?
lumn of said paper a statement that
"Judge Hogo is a Moses man." The
writer of that article simply lied. I
am nobody's man, but claim tho right
to think and act for myself, and, iu
doing so, make no distinction between
men on account of their birth-place.
What I deSire is a good hauest admi?
nistration, by the "Republican party,"
of the State Government. I am op?
posed to the election of nuy dishonest
man to the position of Governor,
whether he is u uutive of South Curo
liua, Massachusetts or Ohio. I am,
very respectfully, S. L. H?GE.
The following is the article referred
"A writer, who hides his Demo?
cratic identity under tho signature of
'Republican,' in tho News and Cou?
rier, asserts that all the 'carpet bag?
gers' are bauded in favor of Chamber?
lain, aud all the 'scallawags,' in like
manner are united on Moses. This
is untrue. Most of the best native
Republicans in tho State are bitter op
posers of Moses, and some of the
members of the party, of Northern
birth, are bound to him by hooks of
steel?without a pun. Judge H?ge
has frequently been selected, by the
Democratic press, as a typical carpet
bugger, and ho is a Moses man."
The Comptroller-General is om
phatic. An honest government is what
all good citizens are desirous of having.
Moses.?The following is from tho
Washington National Republican, of
"Moses, of South Carolina, ono of
tho journals of that State tells us,
made a speech, a low days ngo, iu
which ho ub!y defended the Republi?
can party. Now Muses hnd better let
up on that sort of thing. The Repub?
lican party needs no defenoo at his
bauds; ho has brought discredit and
disgrace upon it, und thu best thing he
can do is to leave it."
Objectionable Postal Card.?The
Meadville (Pennsylvania) Republican,
of tho 7th inst., says: "United States
Commissioner Force on Tuesday, is?
sued a warrant for the arrest of one
W. W. Iugram. of New York, oharged
by Postmaster Vincent, of Waterford,
with depositing a postal card at that
office, addressed to n young ludy at
Meadville, oontaiuing scurrilous and
indeoent langnags. Depaty Marshal
Roase arrested Ingram in this city on
Tuesday evening, and on Wednesday
morning a hearing was had before
CmmisBionor Fores, at the office ol
District Attorney Henderson, in this
city, F. L. Bleckmar, Esq., appear?
ing in behalf of the Government, and
P. Church, Esq., for the defence.
The evidence was so positive that the
Commissioner felt warrantod in hold?
ing Ingram in $3,000 bail for his ap?
pearance at Pittsbnrg, at the session ol
United States Court in October.
Correspondence of the Phoenix.
Glenn Springs, August 14, 1874.
I came oat to this place, utter a
sweltering day passed in Spartanbnrg,
in the oool of tbo ovouiug of tbo 12th.
A warm reception, a cool driuk of
water, a good oup of tea uud pleasant
ohats with some old friends prepared
me for my ooocb, which I sought in
good time, and on which I slept liko a
top. Rising refreshed yesterday tnoru
ing, and partaking of n light break?
fast, I took a surveyof tho situation.
Since I was here, tbirtuen yearn ago,
the place bats tiudergono few changes.
Tho buildings huvu been iuuieused ti
little, a new stable is going up and u
commodious and spacious enclosure
tins bvnu put around the. widely lamed
spring. Workmen are employed in
opening and grading some walk.--. Hut
externally Glenn'* of 1874 varies but
little from Ulftiu's of 1801, with tin
exception that u uoticoaOlc difference
appi urs in tho tdately trurs which
shade the lawn. They have made de?
cided growth. Coming to the main
building, we liml u well appointed
ollice, agreeable hair-dressing saloon,
a woll arranged uud spacious dining
room, und parlors conveniently attract?
ive. The administration of Messrs.
Goruiau Sz (Jaluun has been distin?
guished by vigor, foresight and wise
expenditure. With tho will and the
means to succeed, they have exhibited
the energy, kuowleJgo and tact winch
nro indispensable to success. They
huvu brought the placu into notice
once more as u wittering place, by thojo
Bolid comforts and vuried attractions
which aro equally us uccevsury ai the
superb water itself to make it a sum?
mer resort. Au excellent compuuj bus
gathered here, and you hear ou ull
bauds eulogioa on tbu water and euui
meudittiou uu the efforts of the pro?
prietors to please and give satiofaoiion.
The tublo is well supplied, th? service
prompt, the rooms clean, neatly fur
uished, and order and decorum every?
The great event und topic of yester?
day was preparation for the "calico"
bull?u conception due jointly to the
ladies resident iu the bouse, tho Indies
of tho vicinage uud the public-spirited
proprietors. All was bustle und stir
ou the premises, und tbo ball-room,
handsomely decorated with evergreens,
was the object of special uttraotiou.
Carriages aud buggies commenced to
bring in their precious freight of
beauty aud aeooinplishtnunt from uu
early hour iu the afternoon, the lust
arriving iu about 9 o'clock, from Spar
taubnrg. Tho ball opened iu good
time, und was kept up to a good time
this morning, under the general super?
intendence of Professor Mtlam, of
Newberry, who was constituted mas?
ter of oeremonies. Aud now, Mr.
Editor, I have arrived tit a point which
is full of embarrussmeut, and for tho
description of which my peu is wholly
inadequate. Ladies from Spartan
burg, Uuion, Newberry, Columbia and J
other parts of the State, vied with
each other iu those charms of person,
mauuer, grace, buoyancy nod affa?
bility, which tbo more w? admire, the
less we can portray. "Calico" surely
never bud such honor before, and for
oue, I am ready tu maintain that no
other material has ever beeu or eau be
invented which is half so appropriate
or a tithe as setluis'inte for ladies' ball?
room dresses. But it had powerful
auxiliaries in triiumiug, ribbouH, luces,
silks and jewelry, aud more especially
in the native gruee, tho buleyou smiles,
tbo brilliant beauty, the exquisite com?
plaisance of the lovely wearers. I am
tempted to speak with particularity of
tbo tall figure, queenly movemont,
speaking faco nud musical voice of
Madame -?, of dozens of bloom?
ing maideuB pro-emiuuut iu all the ac?
complishments, uative und acquired,
which stirred tho hearts and endan?
gered the peaco of mind of their ad?
mirers of the sterner sex; but am ad?
monished to beware, lest I encounter a
frown which, like the rod of the Gyei,
charged with vril power, as described
in "The Coming Ruoe," might reduce
mo to a cinder. Herein I shall not
offoud. The elungor from which old
Horace would shrink, I braved quite
stoutly last night?from a distance.
Such couutenutices as he feared to
look upon?"vulttts lubricus itdspici"?
lest ho might trip, 1 louked upnu at
the calico ball with comparative impu?
nity, but always, be it remembered, at
a Hide and respectful distauce. Hut to
describe them, to paint the lily, to add
perfume to the violet?this impossible
and perilous task I miiRt decline.
Returning to earthly themes and
every-day life, I have had much mtis
factiou iu meeting here nud at Spur
tauburg many old friends, whoso inte?
rest in tho State Agricultural Society,
or iu tho projected railroad from Spar
taubnrg to Asbeville, or in these
health-restoring waters, has brought
them to this place. Iu mentioning the
unmes of those who read ess.nys beforo
the Agricultural Society, the other
day, I omitted that of Mr. S. C.
Means, of this Coutity, who produced
a clever paper ou the culture of clover,
tbo views of which were enforced by
his personal experience of decided suc?
cess in it. Not much is said about po?
litics at GLENN'S.
The Ulenn SjnlngK Hall.
Glenn Springs, S. C,
Messrs. Gorman ?fc Calnan?GENTLE?
MEN : Tho lady guests of Gleuu
Springs und surrounding neighborhood
take groat pleasure iu tendering you
the sum of $125, net proceeds of enter?
tainment by them given in aid of tho
Monumental Association of the State
of South Carolina, with request to bo
kind enough to trauimit the same, at
an early dato, to the President of the
nssooiatiou at Columbia. Grateful for
onurtosics extended by tho press, the
railroads of tho State, by tho proprie?
tors and male guests of the house aud
others, generously assisting in this la?
bor of love, perpetuating the memory
of our honored dead, wo are yours,
The Liady Guests op Glenn Springs
Hotel and Nkiohboiis.
Glenn Springs, S. O.,
August 14, 1874.
Mrs. J. T. Dtirby, Secretary Monu?
mental Association, S. C.?Dear Ma?
dam : Wo have the houor herewith to
enclose check for the Riun of $125, re?
ceived, of tho lady guests of Glenn
Springs, thuiugh their representative,
Mips Pool?the sumo being tho net
proceeds of entertainment by them
given, with kind assistance from the
Indies of thu neighborhood, iu aid of
the completion ol the monument over
the honored dead of tho Stuto. With
sentiments of high regards, \vu remain
your obedient servauts,
GORMAN Sc CALNAN.
Columma. S. 0., Aug. 15. 187-1.
Messrs. (Jor man tfc Calnan, Proprie?
tors Glenn Springs Hotel?Gentlemen:
Allow me to acknowledge, through
you, thu receipt of S125, proceeds of a
bull given iu behalf of thu South Ca?
rolina Monumental Association. Be
good enough to express the thanks of
tue Association to your guests, aud to
all others who have so materially aided
our work. Particularly would we as?
sure you, the proprietors of the house,
of the appreciation of your generosity
and patriotism iu allowing this bull to
bo held ut your house., uud wo hope
that the proprietors aud guests ut
other watering places will bo induced
to follow tho example so nobly given
at Gleuu Spiinga. We take this occa?
sion to uckuowh-dge.with gratitude the
courtesies extended by the press and
the various railroads throughout the
State. Very respectfully,
MABY P. DARBY,
Corresponding Secretary S. C. ftl. A.
? -? ?- _
Inviting Sickness.?A belief that
violent purgation is the surest remedy
for every human ailment prevails to a
lamentable extent among some clashes
of the community. It might be
thought ttiat the languid, the debili?
tated, the depressed, would know, in?
stinctively, that their systems need
toning, invigorating und regulating
with some wholesome stimulant aud
alterative, and that a fierce cathartic is
us uusnited to their condition us a
strung dose of active poison would be
to u man already laboring under the
effect i of some deleterious drug. In
ull eases of physical weakness, Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters should be
promptly resorted to by the invalid,
the operation of this inestimable vege?
table restorative is three-fold. It vi?
talizes and reinforces the depressed
nervous system, while at tho snme
time it regulates the digestive and se?
cretive organs and keep-, tho bowels
free. Debility is often the foreruuuer
of nu attack of some acute diseuse,
atul to pro.itrale, the strength still more
by scouriug the bowels with a drastic
evdciiunt, at such a juncture, is to in?
vite the immediate onset of the im?
pending disorder, and render tho sys?
tem incapable of contending with it.
On the other baud, u course of the
Bitters, commenced as soon us the
symptoms of general debility manifest
themselves, will iu nine eise? out of
ten prevent the threatened attack and
thoroughly re-tore the bodily strength
of the patient. The eases of dyspep?
sia, liver complaint, constipation,
dysentery, diarrbo-i, rheumatism und
periodical fevers would bo compara?
tively few if this unequalled invigora?
ting and regulating medicine were
always resorted to us a cure for tho
bodily weakness and loss of vital eu
ergy which usually precede these com?
plaints, aud are, indeed, as a general
rule, the precursors of nearly ull acute
aud daugerous disorders. AlGf3*f 1
Many who are suffering from the
effects of tho warm weuther and ure
debilitated, ure advised by physicians
to take moderate amounts of whiskey
two or three times during the day. Iu
a little while, those who adopt this
advice frequently increase the number
of "drink"'" aud in time become con?
firmed inebriates. A beverugo which
will not create thirst for iutoxicatiug
liquors, and which is intended espe?
cially for the benefit of debilitated
persons, whether at home or abroad, is
Dr. Souenck's Sea WeedTouic. Con?
taining the juices of tnuuy medicinal
herbs, this preparation does not create
an appetite for the iutoxicatiug cup.
The nourishing aud the life supporting
properties of many valuable natural
productions contained in it und well
known to medical men have a most
strengthening influence. A single
buttle of the Tonic will demonstrate its
valuable qualities. For debility aris?
ing from sickness, over exertion or
from any cause whatever, a wine
glassful of Sea Weed Tonic, taken
after meals, will strengthen the sto?
mach und create an appetite for whole?
some food. To all who are about
leaving their homes, we desire to say
that the exzellent effects of Dr.
Sohonck's seasonable remedies, Sea
Weed Tonio and Mandrake Pills, are
particularly evident when taken by
those who are injuriously affected by u
change of water and diet. No person
should leavo home without taking a
supply of these safeguards along. For
sale by all druggists. A9fl3
Tho referee und Judge Muckoy have
deoided in favor of the County iu the
impounded money oasu. The State
has appealed. We presume it will bea
year before the eye of the hungry cre?
ditors will bo regaled with the sight of
these greenbacks.? Winnsboro News.
A disgraceful riot occurred among
tho competing hitokmen in Greenville,
at the G. Sc O. R. R. depot, on the
14th, during which pistols were drawn,
but uo blood shed.
City. Matters.?Subscribe for the
Ooggia tnuBt be about again, as the
weather was very fulliah yesterday.
There were five deaths in Columbia
for the week ending tho 15th?whites
2; colored 3.
Kerosene is being made light of at
twenty-five cents a gallon. See adver*
tisemcnts iu this moruing's Phoenix.
A magnificent spectacle now in the
Western heavens is tho conjunction of
Venus and Jupiter. She is passing in
review beforo making her transit.
Judges T. H. Cooke nod R. P. Car?
penter arrived in Columbia, yesterday,
from a recruiting trip to Cashier's Val?
ley und vicinity.
Tbo bronze palmetto monument to
the Palmetto Regiment is being re?
paired, and will soon occupy a position
opposite the North front of tho Capitol.
Any one desirous of securing a fount
of second-hand bourgeois or minion,
can obtain a bargain by applying at
this office. Any quantity from 300 to
The Governor ha? appointed Col.
Thomus M. Canton a Trial Justice for
Rich land, vice L. J. Noah, resigned;
and F. lt. McKinley, A. B. Knowlton
and R. R. Dnncan, Commissioners of
Ejection for Orungeburg.
lion. I. G. McKissick has been re
nominuted for Congress. He was
"counted out," four years ago. Not?
withstanding the changes in the Con?
gressional District, he may be able to
secure the election for this term.
There will be a match game of baee
i ball ou the garrison green, Tuesday
evening, at half-paet 3 o'clock, between
tho Columbia Club and the Ku Klux,
of Winnsboro. The clubs will be in
uniform. The ladies and pnblio are
invited to attend.
Tho Fair of the State Agricul?
tural and Mechanical Society and
the Joint Stock Association is to
be held in thie city, commencing Tues?
day, November 10, and continuing
until Friday, 13tb, inclusive. We pub?
lish the premium list this morning, so
that competitors will have ample time
For several nights pant the heavens
have been beautifully and brilliantly
illuminated by extraordinary displays
of meteors. This is the season of the
year when they aro moro frequently
seen thau at any other time. On
Wednesday night last the Northern sky
was momentarily, from one o'clock in
the morning until daylight, lighted up
by them. They run across the firma?
ment, leaving long streaks of phos?
phorescent light, looking like a crack
in the ice on a frozen sea.
Religious Services To-Day. ?Pres?
byterian Church?Rev. Eugene Daniel,
11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Trinity Church?Rev. P. J. Shand,
Rector, IIA. M. and 5?? P M.
St. Peter's Catholic Church?Rev. J.
L. Fullerton, first M ass 7 A. M.; second
Mass 10? A. M.; Vespers 4>? P. M.
Baptist?Rov. J. K. 1 ?ndenhall, 11
A. M. and 8 P. M.
Second Baptist Congregation?Rev.
T. P. Bell, 11 A. M.
Marion Street Methodist?Rev. D.
Derrick, 10J? A. M. ,
Washington Street Methodist?Rev..
A. Coke Smith, 11 A. M. aud 8 P. M.
Lutheran?Rev. E. A. Wingard,
10)4 A. M.
aiail opens 6.30 A. M., 3 P. M.; closes
IIA. M., 6 P.M. Charleston opens 8
A. M., 5.30 P. M.; closes8 A. M.,6 P.
M. Western opens OA. 3d., IP.
M.; closes 6, 1.30 P. M. Greenville
opens 15.45 P. M.: closes 6 A. M. Wil
miugtou opens 4 P. M.; closes 10.30
A. M. On Sunday open from 2.30 to
3.30 P. M.
List ov New Advertisements.
John Agnow & Sou?Kerosene, Sec.
Meeting Myrtle Lodge.
Mrs. Levy?School Notice.
Attention, Chicora Rifle Club.
W. W. Muore?850 Reward.
Hotel Arrivals, August 15, 1874.?
Wheeler House?Joseph Jenkins, Ga;
J A Turrentiue, N C; Fdt Duffie,
Charleston; F T Miller, city; Ben
Myers, S C; J A Crewa, A and R Air
Line R R; Jos Harris, Md; T H Cooke,
G W Sullivan, Jr, H J Wbitaker,
Groouville; Col J A Hill, C F Hoke,
Atlanta; Gen M C Butler, S C.
Columbia Hotel?'? S Olarkson, Char?
lotte; J F Newman, M S Anderson, W
H Evans, J E Thames, J D Stoney, D
? McLiunns, Charleston; A S Wal?
lace, W T J Woodward, S O; O C
Maooy. Chester; J M Seigler, Green?
ville; E W Covingtoo, Laurinsburg; 8
T Wright, NC; T J Goodwyn, Fort
Motte; W D Kennedy, Augusta; A B
Kuowlton, Oraugeburg; T M Wilkes,
National Hotel?3 Hook, Rich laud;
J T Fleming, wife and daughter, Slim?
ier; J D Bryan, J W Berry, E M Ma
zyck, J D Easterlin, Charleston; J SI
Cutobun, ludiautown; S A Arnstein, N
Y; Wm Lake, Ga; G M Anderson,
Groouville; W Long, Fla; C H Hunt,